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THE OLD MAN.
V 'tjht o!4 Ban leased pa bit fritsijy t.ff, - t
Witfi tottering atep and 1o,j "
As he picked hit way, if a SdBdsy worn,
' To the church where lie toTsd to Co
lin tatr vat white. sad he scarcely katw
' Bo feablt and frail vaibit memory now.
And to din ni bit (leaded eye.
- - Be Mi on homs-oade chair at ehorch,
; : J. la front of the Preacher"! stand.
And lUtaaed. at if in a pleasant dream.
To the word! of a better land. ..
- The sunlight fell on hit ailver locks,
And hit white hair turned to gold
And I fancied a sunlight ahone from heaven,
On the heart of that pilgrim old.
But the autumn leavea hare faUen now.
And the old man tleepa below
We never l all tee him past again,
- With hit tottering etep and tlow.
; : IsyovATioKB. About ahundred years
affo. the churches in Boston were agita-
fed upon a question iutu wku fcv-
attention and divided the members into
' two parties, corresponding to our pro-
eressives and hunters. The subject of
dispute was, whether the Bible should
be read by the minister in the public
' services of the Sabbath. Many of the
elder brethren were exercised in their
nJnrls nt this derjarture trom the eooa
i Id paths of pious ancestors. In like
manner, me cnureues m uS.uu
. . 1 I. rVAw Kwinloni-f
' 'were divided npon the question of using
: salm books, and dispensing witn tne
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custom of deaconing on uie psaims ami
tyinns two lines at a time. It took a
whole generation to settle the trouoie
caused by this innovation. ;; About fifty
I r. t nnnlllAr CI IT 1 1 JI 1 1 ft! I W S
'years uieraiu -0.
commenced, respecting the use ct mu
sical instruments in the churches. In a
" few years another dispute arose, in re
gard to the introduction of stoves into
the churches. Many warm words were
uttered aaainst tnis "eneminaic hjuu-
. . . 1 r . I . Kns nenrta
tlOn. AnObUCT UltlUVttUUli uaa vuuiv
tV.ft nresent Year to several of our city
churches ; and some persons of the old
. - . . , ... . j. e i .
eebool regret, iney say, 10 seeytw ui me
Boston churches which were formed be-
. . ... !! . v
fore the '.Revolution, yieia io xoung
America, and be opened for evening ser-
vices. We hope lo see another departure
, from the ancient order ot things, and to
. liave the second service take place at a
later hour of the day. In the summer
there should be four or five hours inter-
- val between the first and st cond services.
. tv,:. rofArm wnnlrl Ho & stn in the richt
1UID " - j- 0
- J: .:,. -. A f nntcunt t.ViA Tpnr hftLtPAt
UUCbUUU - j.wwwUV Hv , J
hours in the day are selected for public
worship. . ; When we consider the social
" customs of our people in their homes,
- ;what wonder is it that there is such a
bceailv account of empty pews in the
city churches on Sunday afternoon 1
r v Osvt Half Accouktkd for. A sto
rv is lold of a gentleman in a neighbor
ing city, which affords a capital instance
. ..f . .nnliVimr on orrnflcf vrVinco Vl ll V. I f nf
''keeping the private I in the public eye,"
made him a fair subject for rebuke.
The gentleman.'whom for convenience
we shall call Mr. A., (though that letter
,wouldnt begin" to spell it,) was per-
Tetnaiiv waiunz ub ana iown iiis uuire,
. . .. M- T tt Via 1 nT- C ctmutlMTI(T in tllA
: bttiACXfg IV Alia ovmiiMiiug (
' 'Pvnu.iliv Tnunnfr triniltrh ivitn
more direct vauntirg, either of himself,
- pi his money, or his ox, or ins ass, or oi
something else that was r.is, to the great
' it v r-:j' i
day,' pursuing Lis lavonte tncme, ne
liv.'-a runt a fnllriVR r m Y nnnar orpTitip-
WW .w...w w . Q Q
men, you have doubtless observed that
. I have my little peculiarities. ; In fact,
' I am a very peculiar man a particular
nnw trti tiMi Tiartifinlar . i nxsr m v
personal habits are peculiar tery pecu-
11 .nK,.i:n' in ALWirtliinii T .al ma
give you an instance. I always sleep in
a, wide bed a very wide bed- and have
l. HrrVvt Vitii-ninrr riv frn s5H hf iL ' Queer.
l " '"O J H '
. n , . . i . i ,i - X' 1 ; .
: IS 11 . DM inai s my naj. - i ue i
' known to the reader (as it was to all the
I boys m the office) that the wife of Mr.
A. was notoriously the homeliest woman
hi town. : "It is queer rather in one
respect" observed one of the clerks
, Mand in one respect it isn't, i I can un
derstand why you should choose a very
.vide led, but why the d1 you should
want the room ngoiea, is more man i
can imagine 1" Boston Post. j
. - i
- whiskers ine eaitress oi uia iian-j
caster Literary Gazette 6ays she yrould
as 6oon nestle her nose in a rat's nest
of swingle tow, as allow a man
whiskers to kiss her.. 1 ' - -.,
We don't believe a word of it.
objections which some ladies pretend tu
liova tr, vrliiuVora oil wricA from' fiirv.
They don't have any. They would if
they could, but the fact is, the continual
motion ot tneir lower jaw is lauu to tneir
growth. The ladies God bless them I
adopt our fashions as far as they can.
Look at the depredations they have com
' mitted 'on - our wardrobes the last few
years. " They have appropriated our
; fihirt bosoms, cold studs and all. ; They
l.aveenchcled their soft bewitching necks J
in our stauding collars and cravats dri- i
vino" us men to flatties and turn downs. '
Their innocent little hearts hate been J
palpitating in tie inside of our. waist- I
coats instead of thumping against the
onlside as naturally intended. They
have thrust their pretty feet and ancles j
through unmentionables, unwhtspera-j
bles, unthbkaboutables in short, asi
.Micawbcr says breeches. And they
are skipping slong the streets in our i
tlemen, we saj boots !
Matrimonial Speculation. A gen- j
tleman in Kelooshoo, Ark., was married j
to a young woman, and after four months
' connubial felicity, was presented with a :
black baby. He called on lus lawyer, I
related the circumstance, and askd his :
" A.11 rurht," said the man of the law, j
'let me hare the pnpers, and you shall j
have a divorce insianter."
"Oh hang a divorce replied tie South- j
erner, -I onlyant to know if I can sell J
the cara d aivr." . .
VTATIOXAL HOTEL. A. Chapman,
I . . I'T'Wjetor, ejst nid ruMU 8-;ur. Warren, 0.
tafi 1? lirtl'SP v r, a rr TT..1T
XU lUrkit Krest, Wrren, 0. Vifih dosr Mt cf lt.e
DOCT. J. DAVIS. Ecibctic Purs
loua and 8raoec 0$o in Klchoit' Bat S!cre,
Alain street. Warren, Ohio.
telectic r-hyticiaaa will fnd a fail ttock of Kclectlc
lliicice for tale b Doct. Parit at the above place,
A7M. M. KAMES. M. D.. Physician,
T T Sureeon and Dentist, Windham. TorUge Co.. 0.
oct Si-ii UU
DR. S. LESLIE. Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, Bloomfield, Trumbull Co.. 0.
EW. TOWNSEND, M. D.. Horaeo-
pathio PhyniclAn. Office in SatlitT Brick Clock.
Ptar the American Hotel, Wurren, O. apr ly
JOHN B. & JULIAN HARMON,
" Physician snJ Surieooi, office North side of the
PtiMic Spiare, Warrtn, O. octS.'Oy
J. FAJtSELL, M. . T. W. FARESI-L, If. .
Jdr T. VT. FARRELL, Physicians and
Surjreons. Office and residence on Liberty St.,
oath of the Epiicpal Church, Warren. 0. mar Uty
T PAINE, M. D., Physician and
Sureeon. Particular attention rlren to th
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lung Disease. Of
fice and residence on High street. mar 9
1 & U. H. HUTCHINS. Attorneys at
J Lair. Office on North Jlaiii street, near the resi
dence of John Hutching, Warren, 0. aprt?5
IL & A.O. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law, Ofuce over Smiths or McCombt Store. Cor
ner Block, Warren, O. Jan. 1st 1H54. ly
i LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
jt Jt- Special attention given to collection, and the
prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of.
nee at Court House, arren O. jan 10 '-5 iy J3.
PHILO E. REED, Attorney nt Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over New York Store.
JF. ASPER. Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trumbull Co.. 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
tellorat Law, over Smith &. McComb's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nor lfty
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
f 9 and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claims.
Office QTer Smiths k. McCombs Store, Warren, 0. soarS
m. r. BorrwH.
R. W. K1TUF.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attornevs
at Law. Office en Liberty SU, Warren. 0M oppo
site the Court House. oct 2?tf
X. n. LcoGrrr.
J. BOLSOX cox.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser't Store,
Market street. Warren, 0. je 10 U
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Cheese Vats, Ac,J olO Main St, Warren, 0. mar Si)
E SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory on
market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan 26v
FELLOWS & MORLET, Manufactu
rers of Plows, Cultivators, tc. Shop east of Tay
ler's Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, 0. fep 30tf
JOHN jTgJNNING, Carriage and
Wagon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market euM Warren, 0. mar 2
AL. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
Brooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlery, dec Warren, Ohio. nov fcij
ry H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
JL . rert of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Castings gene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Taylers Ware
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Ohio. tep 30 tf
HOLLINGSWORTH & FITCH,
Dealers in Stoves, Tin Wan, Japanned Ware,
llrittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doora
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, O. mar 3
EA. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
and Eetail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doora touth of the Voci oihoe. Warren, O. nov 1
TULIUS VAUTR0T, Manufacture!
(J and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
rer Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street, Empire
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefuilj repaired and
warranted. June 7
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
dlery Hardware, Carriage Trinunings, and 3Iana
lactarers of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Values,
sec, Jlain street, Warren, O.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in
X Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, &C-, at the Sign of
the Empire Store, Warren, O.
C& M. M0SER, Dealers in Foreign,
. and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeecsware, Boote, Shoes, lists. Caps, Keady Made
C lathing, tc, ilarket Street, Warren, O. aag 3
P ARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For
eign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Keady Made Clothing, tc always cheap
for ready pay at the Sew -York Score.
WALTER KING& SON, Dealers in
T T Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Brittania M are, Lamps, Fancy Goods, sic. So. 9, Main
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. max S
PACKARD & BARNDM, (Succes
sots to Warren Packard, Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron,
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings- the Tall Brick,
M B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
i-vX. Commission Blerchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, &c Warren, Ohio.
and Commission Blerchant, and dealer in Floor,
Bait, Figfa, Plaster, Ate., 4tc, Warren, 0. mar 31 tf
STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
zaants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratns, Fish,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Hos. 14 and 16 Second
Street, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, O.
HrrarxcE: Dickson, Biggs at Co.; Wilshire, Bris
tol, tc; John Swascy & Co.; Swasey fc Wise ; Uarri
so sc. Moo per ; Keunet 4c Dudley, and Merchants gen
er lly. apr y
JOSEPH HAZELDINE, Dealer in
Bishop At -Child's Mcloileons. Mr. llazeldine
keeps constantly on hand the best Melodeons, which be
will fnrnish nt manafactnrerw prices, at Farmington,
Trumtmll county, O. Instructions given gratis to pur
Chasers. Kepairing and tuning done with neatness and
rtispatv'h. - mar 2
J. W. BROOKS. ItrrtJSTUOJtAS.
BROOKS Sr THOMAS, Fashionable
JLJ Tailors, rooms jver Nichols Hat Store, Main St.,
Warren, Ohm. Particular attention paid to cutting.
and warranted to fit if properly made up. feb 9 y
ATTLE P0"WDER!-Breining. Fron-
field & Co.'s Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powder
fioct antly on hand and for sale iu large or small quan-
by the subscribers, who arc sole Agents for this
y. B. None are renuinc unless procured of
March 1H. lfii-tf
('. 6. M. MOSKlt. At'ts.
DOOKS, DOORS, DOORS.-To dm
tractors, Cn enters and Builders. We can furnish
you irith Panel Doers of all Ptvlea, a great deal cbtM-r
t!ian you can make them by hand, (nud as good it not
better.) Callau'l examine our work and price; you
will be suited with both. A liberal divount to wV.de
talc traders. L Sl'tAU fc &ON.
LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILT
XV MEDICINES, Ayr's Cherry Tectoral. and Of
oui's In.iia Cholago pue, for sale by
RYS TALLIN & VARIEGATED
WASH RALLS. Rrorn Windsor anil Transrrirviu
Soap in cakes and bars, and Colgate's L'herciual Olive
Soap. For sale at
3-"-y3l. PORTER 4. C"s
rOOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
V-". Now selling for 55 cents per vard. at the
jan 3 WARREN PRY QOODa STORE.
"SaTL LEAVES." This beautiful
JL Historical and Religion prnme Is selling at
ADAMS', as predicted. Also. "Ma May." "Ida Nor
man," "The News Boy," and all the new works of the
day- fd 131 -i
CPANISH MOSS bythcbal- or lb.
k 1 I1inv Itnrra Sili-na. Tnr.,rft P.. 1 1 til... rr .
' "'v'i "-'"ui u" iuvc trcsrrni
Harries TruocilBgM, bett tiuality Sjurst and Seamiii
JmieJJ FATCIT fc ALtTSOX'ff.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Lo a::d Tr ice Chains. HreecHnj Loop. Rrasi
ani Silver Hcins and Chain a. Carriage Knyj
Japanned. Silver Brass and patent, st
junetf PATCH k. AT -?OX R.
7E HAVE FOR SALE rn corarris-
tion. on. of Emory A Co. t two-hrse nower
Threshing Macainas. T. H.H0ELEY at Co.
POCKET CUTLERY, the verv lest
- at Fe. Nth 'SS. BAtDtVIXS.
LORD BYRON', bis lie, writing and
comi.lirte Poeilc-il Torks. I.il-rary hin!inr,
Ar.J-1. AtAlUrS. I
Tfll'TH m yOTTTIT Prl. Id
1 cel.. Aw.!. At EAT.TltVr". I
EAN SWIFT. Lis life and comolct.-i
works, lipr. 18 J AtAIiX'S
MERICAN ARTISTS' UXIOX.
k Th tn'ias AriUi: L'rilftii would ri'i.re(l.!llr
' I snnounok Utt ciujeent of the ratted u.?s and t!ie
te nn. tt
I for Hi? Piirooie Of cuil!rat.r( a tate tor
i th-Hir ut ttiu rounErv. and ana a view cii
i . ,
CY TliE riB?T ABTJSTS OF THU AQB, :
, . ..... , .
tale for their cf ravinga, and that not only to give
employment to a targe namuer ox eniw aua etoert,
hn iuf uire a?!0iit. nir eouncrymen a uite for workt of
art, to lirctont to ti.e ureliaiert of their engravingi,
when SM.uOO of which are told,
SW.0C0O1FT3.OF THE ACTUAL COST Ot IS0,00
Each purchatcr of aOne Dollar Engravlnft, therefore
loceivss uot buly aa enicrtvlnit richly worth tlie money
t in alo a ticket u liich eutltlea him to oue of the (lifta
when thry are distributed.
fur five poLiiKu. a highly finished Engraving,
laiuiful!- I'AIS I ED in OIL. and FIVE GUT TICR-
lrjtS.will be teut; or Five Pollare worth of tplended
Kugraviutrs c-n be telected from the Catalogue, and
tent by reiurn mail or exprcst.
A copy or the CaUlogoe, together with a tpecimen of
one cf the Kcgraving, can Lo teen at the ofhee of thit
For each Pollar sent, an Engraving actually worth
that turn, and a Gift J icket, will inuoediately be for
warded, AGENTS :
The Committee believing that the tuccest of Uilt
Great National L'ndertai:iiie will be materially promo
ted by the energy and enteriirise of intelligent and
persevering Agemii. liave resolved to treat with such
on the most littoral terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by sending
(mst pub!,) SI, will receive by return of mail, a One
Hollar tu-rovine, a "Uilt Ticket." a prospectus,
Caulocue and ail other necessary information.
On the flnul completion of the tale, the Gifts will be
placed in the hands of a Committee of the PcarHAsias
to be distributed, due notice or wnicn win oe given
throughout the I nked States and the Canadat.
LIST OF OIFTS.
100 Marble Basts of Washington, at - 910"
KM " flay, 100
100 " Webster, 100
100 Calhoun. 100
50 elegant Oil Paintines, in splendid!
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft. each,
100 elegant Oil Paintings, Sx3 ft. each,
500 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly)
colored in oil, rich gilt frames
?4x.K.' incnes each, r
10,000 elegant steel plate Engravings,!
colored in oil, of the Washington 4
Mouumcnt, Oxfi inches each, I
237,000 steel plate Engravings, froml
10U dillerent plates, now tu posses- I
tion of and owned by the Artiste'
Union, of the market value of from I
50 cents to 81 each, J
1 first-class Dwelline. In Slst St., N. T. City,
! Buiblinir Lots in lOOand IUlststs.,1 .
S. Y. City, each 25x100 ft. deep, I 1,uuu
100 Villa Sites, containing each 10.000
sq. ft. in trie suouros of M. i . city,
and eonunauding a magnificent
view of the Hudson Kiver and
Long Island Sound, at
0 perpetual loans of cash, without
interest or security, of $-50 each,!
SO " 100 " 5,0011
100 " 50 5,0011
50 - " " 20 " 5.KNI
2,000 " " 5 10.000
Keference In regartl to tne Keal Estate. F. J. Viascher
dt Co., Keal Estate Brokers. New York. Orders, (posl
paidj with money enclosel, to he addressed.
j. n . iiuL.rK(juh, see y,
505 Broadway, h . Y.
T! VThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now reads
for delivery. nov 15, '54-6mJ
YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
IICDSOX THE FALL SESSION of this In
stitution will open on Monday, the 11th day of Septem
totiox charges :
Elementary branches, including U. S. History,
atts on uie Mind, etc., per quarter of 11
weeks, - S4 00
Academic course, - - - - 500
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons 8 IN)
I'se of Instrument, S W
Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per qr 3 UU
Oil Painting, per qr., - - - - 6 00
jrenen, - - -- -- 3W
In order to meet tne expressed wants or tne comma-
city for larger accommodations and to adapt the course
of instruction more perfectly to the age and attainments
of the pupils, a
has been constituted, for which a convenient room has
been secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
in successful operation. The tuition charges in this de
partment will be Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
are respectfully invited to visit the Institution at any
hour during the daily sessions which may suit their
ITr 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, ie.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Ladies1 Seminary of Uudson.and their successful labors
in commencing and conducting it thus tar, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the Institution
to tne patronage oi ine community as one in wnicn may
be secured the benefit of a thorough, elevated and re
fined education for young ladies in a superior degree.
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the vicinity
upon the establishment of such a Seminary under so
happy auspices We are happy to know that it is in
tended to provide in this Institution the means and fa
cilities of an education of the highest order.
REV. G. K. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH.
PKOF. H. X. DAY, IK. Col. WM. U. SESSIONS,
DR-G.P.ASHMVX, REV.J.C HART,
REY.X. BARRETT, HON.V.B. H I'M PHREY,
PROF. N. P. SEYMOUR, " REV.T. B. FAIRCHILD,
A. A. BREWSTER, EEV. HARVEY COE.
Hudson, April G, 1854-y
LOOK outfor the.:;v.v1
OHIO CL0THIX0 STORE, JIT. V?r
Jtftrtn St r ret, H err en, Okt.
The subscribers would inform the customers and the
public in general, that we have now on hands, and are
constantly manufacturing a full and complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing for Men and Boy's wear,
which, owing to the recent decline in prices will and
are bound to be sold a little Cheaper than the Cheap
est. We will not be UNDERSOLD by any.
We liave on hand a large stock of Over-Coats,
Dress and Business Coats of all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in use ;
Rubber Over Coats, Under-shirts, Drawers, Fine White
Shirt, Collars, Cravats, and in fact everything kept in
an Establishment of the kind.
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths, Casi
meres, Vesting, fcc., to sell or make np to order on
the shortest notice.
JTr Warranted to fit cr no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all, yon are respectfully Invited
to call and examine our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save money by so doing
J. F1TE SON.
Warren, Nov. 1, 1854.
rpHE FREM1UM at the late Fair for
L the larppst. cheapest and best selected stock of
GK0CEK1ES AND YANKEE NOTIONS
In the County, was awarded to Ptmlap & Sttabt, who
have just received the most complete assortment ever
onered to the people of Old Trumbull. Purchased since
the creat decline in prices, vhich enables them to offer
the following programme of Eatables. Drinkables. Wear
ables and Faucybles, at rates which will astonish poli
ticians, Know-Notliinis, &c all of whom with the rest
of human critters." are invited to attend the show,
free-frratis-for-notliins:, children half price, and inspect
the stock, consisting in part of
inn Boxes Raisins. 51) Bags Rio Coffee.
SO - Rosin Soaps. 1(1 Packets Jara do.
50 " assorted kinds. 60 Chests Tea, all prices,
ft) dos. Lyon's Katharion.50 Maps Pepper.
20 Bxs Long Nose Pipes. 100 Matt Cassia.
0 Bsi-rs Alspice. 50 dos. Scotch Ale.
10 dot. Jars Pickles. SO London Porter.
50 Bxs Soda Biscuit. 5IM M Cigars, all trades.
50 bhls. Butter Crackers. 211 bhls. C C Sugar.
10- Water do.
20 " Powdered do.
10 " Crushed do.
S10 pro. Matches.
50 Batts 5s or. J Tobacco.
50 " Fancy Brands, do.
10 " Surar do.
10 khds. N. O. Sugar.
50 bbla. Mo lapses.
10 Ml ivrup.
50 dos. German Meerschaums. Chocolate ; Cocoa ;
Ground Pepper and Cinnamon; 10 boxes more of that
Fountain uirch, the nicest thing out ; Corn Starch,
Tapiocca, Farina, &c, for Puddings : 50 Boxes Stearin
Candles ; 50 Boxes Tallow Candles ; SO gross Pint and
Pint Flasks ; 1 crost Wicker Flasks ; Almonds ;
ttraxtl Nats. Fillreru ; Peccans ; English Walunts ;
Pea Nuts ; Citron ; Zanto Currants ; Prunea , Seedless
Raisins; Cut-and-Dry Chewing and Smoking Tobacco;
Brandies ; Wines ; Kum ; Giu and Whisky, by the bar
rel. A complete assortment of Yankee Notions, Sta
tionery. Blank Books, Memorandums, occ all of which
is otlered to tbe Jobbing Trade at a small advance from
New York prices. We have not the time or space to
enumerate our stock in full, but lest our plea on the
hope liiut "OL" will caLL, see, ct, and finally. In
the second place, seventeenthly, we beg leave to sub
scribe ourselves "Trulv Youm,M
DCNLAP & STEWART,
4 4-5 Market S'.rtcL
Warren, Nov. 1. 1PS4.
TtiEW LYME WATER CURE.
Ul The af'ovc ct!li slime ntVti 11 continues in sue
eesjful operation, and is about to commence upon it's
fourth sea? on. The larrcly Increased number of pa
tients treated nt the establishment the past year, and
Uie Urge num'tr of cures effected induce the auhscri
her to believe that no place affords superior advantages
for treatment. I Ue aixive eiiaMithnent is ljcateil in
New Lyme, Ashtabula Coauty.Obio. Terms from six
to ettrbt dollars h.t week, according to rooms takea
and attention given, payable weekly invariably. For
exaniin.Hion. and adrice for those that do nut stay at
the cure $1; for examination and wnten prescription
fur home treatment I. KEE Itl. D. Propietir.
Mew Lyme, Jan lth, T35-3m
"7-7'' ' TnE KNOW lTHINGAL-
J MAAC, nfd American Msnual.
To jrivc an idea of the character of the work we sub
join a tartial lit of its contents.
A history of th-American Party and its principles
from the days of Washington np tu the present time.
America fr Americans Itiu Acres of Land (or every
American Man, Woman and Child.
Knnin Mysteries exposed.
PriiictplfS of the Jesuits.
'ipiniod of Kunnerit men.
"Vsliin?t'jn a "Know Nothing.
Jefferson a Know Nothing."
Webster a "Know Nothing.
Secret instructions of ti;e Jentts.
Iniiuence of IU'm:h Priest at Elections.
Court Kaiinond's Degradation (with woodcut.)
inirie of Americans by the Irish Catholics, in
Ivjnh of thilT-r.
f he American flag desecrated and destroyed lj pa
Convents eipo-d Mi Bunk ley and the Eminrtts
hnrp Nnnii'-ry. IIt e-ra, see.
The Jeuit and the Widows.
Ike It 'Ciish Curse the Bisbops oath, and the Jcfnlt's
The l.coprM Fonndation (By Trofessor Morse.)
Aint'iicau l- iks destroyed by Catholic Teachers.
Morality of ftutuanisia.
Jtoaiai.isin inimjcul to Republicanism.
li.iiuui.reand power of Foroiners.
With linr engravings Junt received st
Mar. 14. 5 . A DAM'S COOK STOKE
ENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Bcrrocohs
would rest'ectfullv announce to the citizens of
Warren, and to the public, that he will still be found at
his Rooms over k rc?co JJall, whre he will perform any
npcnitiuo that may le required of the Dental profession
in an elegant and durable manner, lie returns bis
thanks for p-ut fnrs, and asks for a continuation of
tu same. All ox;ratioiis pertormed ty itr. b. will be
warrante-1 to be what they sliuald be, in everr wnw of
li.- ..rd. J. C. BCKilOUGIia.
March If,. IK-VI tf.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
J. - l.iQVOUS for Medicinal purfoscs. and said to be
iUei.et iu tusn.at :ua.v31j I'UhllCU 4. Co.'s.
UW OZ. Of viUIMNE, ju-t, re. ei-
J Tt'i and fur saU at ltf. H.-utb-i, at
ItiySl. 'UihTLR k Cot.
.n;r. r. r. pvto mVaolkks.
TT71CK& M'CAXDLESS, yucces-ors
T I lo,.tJ. D. Wick, U'haletalv Oroeors. 1'orw.rd
lig anU Cosriission li-rc!int3i. d'alcii in Iron, Nails,
Cuss, Ccltuu Varr.t anil yiitst'iirgh M.iimf:u-tnnrS en
rrnlly. Corner uf U ood and .Vatcr tuc:U, I'ittsbursh
T li. CANFIELD, Comnission anil
f " acnTardin Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Uescrve Clweae, llutter, Uinl, .1'nrk, lUron,
1'utand I'earl Ashes, tiuleratu. Linseed and Lard 0;1,
In-ied Fruit, and PruJace Kcnerally, Ses. Ill ai.d 145
trout Street, 1'ittabu. fh, Ta. febSJtf
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
rituVurjrh. Pa. Estiblishcl In Id-iO Incorpora
ted by the Leiilatnreuf Pennsylvania, with perpciunl
Charter. board or TRi bTtrs :
IIou. James Racaan, Hou. W aiter II. Lowrie,
IV m. Wilkins, j Charles Xaylur,
" aloses Ilampiun, flen. J- K. Moorhead.
P. Dtrrr, author uf thewNorth American Accountant,"
Prufessur vf Ujok Keej'ing. and Commei cir.l Scit-nct-a.
Jons D. Williams, the l.est off hand Pcnumn iu the
Cnitt-tl i-t.-.tea, Prufessor of Cotnmercial and Ornamen
S. B. Hatch, Es.t ot the Pitl-bnrh Bar, Prufcsur
of Mercantile law an;l Political Kcui.un.y.
P. H vvntN, Prinri.xl of the Mathematical Depart
ment. Proft-ssor of Mathematics. Are.
Mr. J. I. M'illinms has ie-maner.tly joined the Fac
ulty, and it will he sefii that, dnriiif- hi late prof eta
lonal enftcrmeitts iu the East, he was there r-jrank-d
as the best Penman in th country. This Institution
th rff-:re, presents attractions to students offered ry
no other of the kind iu the United States. The course
of train in? com -rises upwards of 4Wi real transaciiuns,
in six dinerent mt-thwls of lnulle Kntry Hnofe Keep
Inj;. ttil practical uiii.es rnleulntions. envrin? the
whole field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanshis with every modern improvement jn
the Art. Hustuese letters and huiiness forms of every
description. laily lectures on Commercial Law, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory or Profits, c. UuB's
Book-Kcepinr. Ilnrper's Knition, 'the most comnrs
hensive in the lanfrua(rcw I 50.
Hull's "Western Steamer's Accountant," a perfect
system for such accounts $1 00.
XO3 Send for a Circular by mail. fnor 22-y
J- Water is rendered poisonous by passing through
aoy material subject lo decay and dbssuliuion.iuich as
lilei of wood, iron and lead, l'rof. J. 1". Kirtlaud and
other distintiisEted chemists, fo so far as to condemn
the practice of supplying animals witli water throuch
"these substances, and earnestly recommend the STUN K
lTMPand WATER I'll'K.
The undersifned i extcnsirely enenjred at Newton
Falls, O., in maiiufactnrinir said articles, including also
Stoneware, liarinK a factory driven by steam power,
and is prepared to fill orders at wholesale or retail on
lilieral terms. "The Water Piw is admirably ailapted to
carrying Uuids of all sorts, drainini; cellafs, irriu-ntinn
lands, Slc. It is also for sale by the lloyt,at Warren.
Also for sale, a valuable WATKR POWKR, with some
8 acres of land, Katory IktibtitiL'S. llwelli-ijr, etc., etc.
about two miles below Lonell, Mabotitnj; 1.t (.
Mar IT. I.i4 ifw J. ). CALtMlER.
CITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CLEVKLAXD. Cliartered January SI, If 54.
Othce, No. 52, Anpier Houje, Bank Street
John M.llui-Les, C.W.Seymour, Josiah Fojtu,
Josiah Stephenson, A. W. Fairlwuka, Robert Keilly,
II. L.Crowell, b.B.Shaw, 8. II. Fob,
FrankliA Chase, R. Chaiulerlin, J. Finlayson,
Johk llrolits. President. S. B. Snaw, Secretary.
C. W. Seymoi a. Vice 1'res'u Frikkliii Cuasi, Treas
urer. This Company insures airainst lost or daciape by Fire,
and the perils of navigation.
Policies issued by J F. ASPER, Agent.
Warren, June 7, 1654-y
kNEV HARDWARE STORE.
37 A. L. MORLEY,
Successor to James C. Brooks, dealer in IUaDwaaE,
Ci'TlKRT, Iron, Nsils and Olass, where at all timet
can be fonnd a large and varied assortment of Houst
Trimmings, easterner's Tools. 6rc.
Received this day and now ojieniug
C dot. While's Cast Steel Axes.
4 " Beaver's " -
1 " Hay Knives, --good."
9 Pittsburgh Uun-larrclt.
30 Tont Pittsburgh Iron, assorted tiles.
59 Uundlet best .Norway Kail Rods.
Warren, Kor. 1, 154. A. L. MORLEI.
Having thit day told my entire Stock of Hardware,
to A. L. Morley, who will continue the business at the
eld stand, 1 take thit method of informing my old
friends and former patrons that 1 shall remain with
Mr. -MoaLtv, where 1 shall be happy to tee them at
usual. J. Q. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. ie54. nor. 15.
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Corner of Superior and Union Streets Cleveland, Ohio
This is the Largest and Most Maguiliceut
in the whole Western Country, and it filled with the
Largest and Best assortment of
Heady-Made Clothing, and Furnishing
of all descriptions, of our own Manufacture, and which
is warranted, to be Better Cut, Better Made, and better
adapted to the wants of the Community, and it sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at lower rRirtjs than any other Clothing in the
Strangers visiting Cleveland, will find it to their ad
vantage to caU at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Unicn Hall, corner of Supe-iinrand Union Streets.
QLOOK OUT FOR THE GlASTSiJi
MODEL SINGING UUOK.
OXK ttCAKTVK Of A MILLION COPIES I
BY I. B. AV00DBUKY. Since the
pnl tication of Uie "Dulcimer to Uie issuing ol
the CYTHAKA," one quarter million copies of Mr.
Wood, ury's books have been sold. Such is the ac
knowledged excelence of the Dulcimer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been made Uie model for every
popular Music Book published since it's appearance.
For it's equally esteemed successor, the Cythara, enthu
siastic praises reach us from ail quarters of the country-
A SECOND EDITION OF -TWENTY THOUSAND
Is now ready, in which' Uie few slight errors which es
caped notice in the tarst twenty thousand are corrected.
Published by F. J. HrsTinoTon, New Xork.
jan 24 KING & COMPANY, Cleveland, 0.
TO HUMBUG ! NO GASSINgT.
But a plain, true declaration of facts, which any
body can ascertain by calling at the Old Head Quarters
for READY-MADE CLOTHING,
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Morganstern 5e Broth
cr,) Oak Front. Big No. 15, Main street. Warren, O.
I have just received, and am now opening, my Fall
and Winter slock of Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Cassimeres; Vestings, etctogether wiUi every variety
of Furnishing Goods. I would simply remark that
Irom the extremely low figures of woolen goods East, 1
nave been induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY USUAL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those tiiat are acquainted with my mode of doing
business, are well aware that I will
jrp'NEVER BE UNDERSOLD IJI
I do notuavc my Clothing made up by any establish
ment in Uie east, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and by purchasing from
first hands, am enabled to furnish all strides in my
line at New-York prices ! I am not in the habit of ;
running down any body, nor do I notice auy such per- j
aonal attacks when made ou me I take my revenge in
Which, from my superior facilities in baying, I am ,
abundantly able to do.
As quoting prices seems to be fashionable, I will In- ;
troduce the following programme, to be ran during Uie i
season, or until Uie small dealers aout town come J
down to my figures viz: Full suit cf Clothes, Coat, ;
Pants and Vest, for $5 ami upwards. A good Over Coat i
for $3.50. I
By the cord, consisting of Coats for $1.50. and Pants '
for 73 cents ! Hats ami Caps of every style and variety, I
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars, Cravats, Tics,
Scarfs, Undershirts and Drawers, Shirts, both white and I
colored. In short, a complete assortmentof everything t
In my line, and all I ask is an inspection of my goods 1
eud prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the i
oldost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
have increased my business every year. I liave stood I
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against !
me, and have lived to see mauy oi my competitors
' shut up and leave town, and feel proud to remember '
I hat by aiming atone object, I have succeeded in 1
bringing do en and keeping down the price of my goods
to the lowest figure at which a good article can be t
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER! '
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to '
lit I To one and all I extend Uie invitation to visit Big I
lo, 15, Oak Front, wheu yon come to town to purchase '
clothing. I am bound to sell lower I
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL !
Come and see ! Rememer the place Big No. 15, ,
Oak Front, ttret Clothing Store sooth of the PcstOdice, '
west side of Main street. Warren, O. j
OcL IS, 54. J. GOLDSTEIN.
1 COWLiS, (late Coulcs k Albert'
son,, -ft Weddell House. Cleveland, respectfully '
Invite the attention of the citizens of Warren and the
surrounding county, to his assorunent of line Wntvhes, :
Silverware, Jewelry, House Kcvpirg and Fancy Goods, '
Their prices will be uniform and as low as any konct j
tradesman can afford. Every article sold with letmta
hilly dcsrribe-1 anil narrantcil as represented. Repair '
fug in all its branches carefully and promptly done. j
May 17,154 ly !
1? K-WISELL Wanufactu-f;2
-i rer of Carringes, P.uggies and tTT"
Wagons, Wett?idc of the Mahoning riv- -J , .
cr. Warren, Oii'o, keeps en handalarzeasscrtment in
his Pne, of the latent and mo-t improved eatem styles, I
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Kock- I
aways. of varum 9 patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops,
being d ilft rent and far superior to anything ever maun
factuied in this section of country. Also a gof. i assort
ment of one-liore Carriages, Buggies, and two-horse
Wagons, all of wbichwill be sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Keswrvc. By keeping none but
Ute best of workmen, snd prorcing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
best material tint can le procured, he feels confident
that he can reader entire aati eviction as rcgnnts style,
qnality or pr;ce, to every person v ho may favor him
Most kinds of country pro-luce, g-od Lnm' er, and
secvi.d-haiid buggies UlU-ju in exchange for finished
N. B- PAINTING and TP.IMMING done In god
sto'le, at fiir price, and with punctuality and diiatrh.
A reasonable credit will be cUen to all responsible per
sons who may desire it. All work done at his uianufac
Ury is warranted.
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April t .V.t. ELI K. W liELL.
'FIIE EMPIRE STORE! Idlings &
JL Morgan are opening their large Stock of spring
Goods, which comprise an -assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods. Par
asols, C&neUn, Paper Hangings, Crocker-, oruce
rie$, fcc, &c.
They would cttll attention particularly to their exten
live variety of Lilies Dr -ss Uoou, Bouuetsaitd Bonnet
lUbbons, Euibroi'jtfT)C5, Shawls, MantiElut, Ave., in all
the latcet. and mo fashionaide nyc. Also, to their
assortment of very superior TuMe Linens, Linca Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, fee.
They intend to keep tliir stock full at a!l t'nies, of
the best u:akc aa-1 uioy; faxhiocab.e styles, and to sell
iiieir Goods reulai ly, at the lowest prices in th mar
ket, not aiiowlr.f? themselves to be undersold as long as
liu'y remain in the trade.
Warren, April 1"'.
'rilE LANDS OF THE SARACEN,
JL or pictures of Palestine. Asia Minor, Pivly, and
Biva li.ty.ua laybn s lasv.wwftE.
leu coi'itj juit
lec.ve- t ja 1 w.
XGIEU HOUSE, CluveLnd, Oi.ic
p. am;ifk rroTr;tor.
JOSEPH K. ALUEUTSON, Dealer
tJ in Waties JcnKtuf, FiK'-t Goods, Ac, Corner
of Spror Street mud Public Square, Cleveland, 0.
j. f . itmhivhi. flro. flfiAJtrtrss.
l-M. CUWMINGS i CO.. Wdolesiik
tJ Grocers and Commission Merchants, Dealers il
Foreign Wines and Liquors, Nails. Glass, Salt, Drugs
tu-., Nos. li-3 Ic 1:5 Ri er t.. T. tlBoa the UucL.
May IT. 1-jj)-.
iUAINAItD & BU1UIIDGE, Enjrra
tcra and Lithographers, lleratd llock,Clereiand
l-Al'KXT OFFICE AUE.NCV, Xo. 4, Herald Building
w. u. auKJciuoa. jan 1 ly jliiu brjurard.
Corner Public Nqunro, Cleveland, Ohio.
IXCORI'OHATEU MAY NINTH, 1MI.
THE OLD COLLEGE lias removed to
new and splfndtd Room a, surpassing in her.uty
and convenience those of any similar institutions in
E. 1- FOLSOM, A. If., Principal. Professor ol
Scici.ca of Accounts.
V. ti. liKOLOHTOS and W. 110LLISTER. AssisUul
Trofesurs in the Bonk Keeping iXparUn'-nt.
A. J. PUKLPS and JUSKl'll UEATT1K, Professors
of Practical And Ornamental Penmanship.
IL V. IIL'MISTON, Lecturer on Com mere ia History
tid Art of Coropatatiuii.
JOHN B. WAIUNO, Lecturer on Mercantile Customs
Bunkiu, Kxctianjre. A.c.
Jluii. -I011N CKOU KLL,TII05l. If. HAT snd P. B.
PALM Kit, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Iter- J. A. THOME, Lecturer on Commcrclil Ethics
TKliMS, IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course. Hue unlimited, 940 (Ml
For separate In Pen man ship. Flourishing,
tLC.f ab per agreement.
The design of the Institution Is to afford as jrod ad
vantages xs can he bail in any siiuilaronc in the Union,
to younjr men alout to assume the resoiisille duties
of tlte ('nuntinic Koom. and vsrious mercantile pursuits
frCIKNCE OK ACCOCNTS Book Keeping will b
explaiutd from a new staml point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course will
eml race some of the heat practical forms of modern ac
countant. This science is often taught an if it wcr?a
species of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are iPstituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons, and vener-inle precedent for genuine philosophy,
making the whole field of Uie science a compu te "terra
incognita. To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
DAILY LKCTURE3, tftc. One or more lectures will
he given daily, on Uie following subjects Accounts,
Penmanship. Mercantile Crdtoms, Banking, Exchange,
Calculations, Correspondence. Commercial Law, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial Ethics. Kailrnading, oc
Besides the usual lectures on Law, Ac, in Colleges of
this kind, there will he others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
instruct on points allied to the coarse of study, and one
expressly on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This diartnieflt will be nnder the superintendance ol
two of the best penmen or the day. Business writing
will be taught upon the new method of Folsom's Chir
bvtumotrniphy, executing to the beat of an Instrument,
and producing the popular commercial band in much
less than the usual time.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logues, 4cc, and address the Princijtal.
irPA large library will be connected with tne ( 01-
lege, containing the various works on Book Keeping,
Mercantile Law, Arc, to which the students will have
access. LnoT lj
HOLBROOK & LONG, Music Pub
lishers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Music and Musical Instruments of every description.
No. 100 and lUi Superior Su, Cleveland. Ohio.
List of riANo for sale at tne great riano- one w rv
The celebrated ST0DART PIANO, no
epiaUed fir its rich and pare tones, elas
ticity of touch and mmrmmtlitw.
Li eht, Newton at Bradrnry't flLtK. STKl.MifcU
PIANO, for which a cold hkd&l was awarded at the
Chrystal Palace frair ; also, at Uie Fair of Uie American
Institute, New lork.
Emerson's C0ST0X PREMIUM PIANOS, the bes
manufactured in Boston, Mass.
In addiUon to their splendid stock of Pianos kept
constantly on hand, H. At L. offer to Uie public the best
AMERICAN MADE (iUITAKri, and also imported Gui
tars, of Uie best Spanish and French patterns, together
with low priced German Guitars
Ruled Music Paper of 12, 1-1, 16 lines, etc., constantly
on hand and manufactured to order.
MOLINA and VIOL1NCELLOS, in every Tariety.
Strings for Violin, Violincello, Tenor Viol, Double Bass,
tiuitnr and Banjo. Violin Bows and Cases, Bow Hair,
Bridges, Pegs, Tail Pieces, t inger Boards, Mutes, Ros
in, etc., etc.
Reeds, Drams, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Turks,
Toning Hammers, Tuning Pies.
10"' Dealers and Heads of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every article in the Music
line. liOLUKOOtk LONU.
, May IT, lPS4-6m.
TMNG & COMPANY,
IV PUBLISHERS. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS
5a Smmerimr Street. Cleveland, Ohtm,
Have recently made large additions to their block ol
Standard school and 31iscellanious Boots, Blank
Work and Stationery, and are prepared to oner induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment in
By secial arrangements with nearly all the leading
Publishers of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Latest and most Popular Works simul
taneous with publication, and can supply in quantities
at lowest wholesale prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West
ern Agents for the following, vis :
DA IE LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARDS Designed
and confidently exjected to furnish millions of our
land an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
"Gam tug Cards" now used to so startling an extent.
IDA NORMAN, oa, TRIALS AND THEIR USES
hy Mrs. LiJitOLM P be lps, the well-known auUior of
Liucons Botany. We can earnestly commend this
work as one of the most interesting and instructive ol
IDA MAY by Sirs. Stowic supposed to be.
THE NEWSBOY y Mrs. Oixta Smith supposed.
IDLEW1LD by N. P. Wir.Lis. -
TWENTY YEARS OP AN AFRICAN SLAYER
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKS OP CENTRAL
AFRICA AND LANDS OF THE SARACEN.
THE REPUBLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National Illustrated Work ever published in America.
Barnnms Latest "WORK !
Washington Irving's New Book.
Also KI TH HALL A Romance, by the world-renowned
LIFE OF HORACE GREELY by a "New York
We expect a large sale for those last mentioned
fromhe Press of Mason Brothers. dec 13-tf
X TED STATES, by Benson J. Lossing, Author of
"Pictorial Field Book, Revolutirn'ect. Illustrated hy
more than 200 exquisitely finished wood engravings,
drawn chiefly from original paintings and intended to
secure accurate delineations of scenes and characters,
price $ 1 .0U.
Revised and Enlarged Edition of Bnunard's Drawing
Book. Inconsequence of the rapidly increasing de
mand for this valuable work, it has recently been
thoroughly revised by the author, and the p-esent vol
ume contains a large addition of entirely new and orig
inal mstter illustrated by 175 elegant engravings In
this edition the subject of Lixdstafk Skew ui no Is el
aborately treated, thereby aCording a sure guide to the
pupil in acquiring an accurate knowledge of the art.
The publishers feel satisfied that they now offer to the
public, whether for School, or private Instruction, the
best Elementary Treatise, on this subject that has cvei
been published. Price, tV-c.
KING A COMPANY Cleveland 0.
I0X HALL TRIUMPHAXT."
ISAACS CLOTHING Aoaikst tbi World !
Savb Yo a Dollars akd blt tolr CLOTHING at
JSjf.iC J3. JSJi,1CS Cuion Hall, Cleveland, O.
The Public are invited to an insjection of the sujterb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now cn
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which in
extent, variety, superiority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together with lowness of price, cannot be
beat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
IsAAf-s has just returned from Uie East, where he has
received snch bargains in Cloths and materials lor
manufacturing, that he has it now In his power snd is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop coucerns
into a ''coded kmt ! and he will commence by selling
the best Over-Coat in Uie City for Pol a Dollars ! and
Under-Coats, Pants and VeMs of all descriptions in
proportion, ss lok ant for fun ! and rome along every
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all sizes, from
men as large as the Giants that stand at sis doors, to
little wee fellows three yars old, and aj his Mammoth
Building is HI led with Clothing of all ciualitirs. he is
sure of being aide to suit everybody Recollect that
he does not wish to humbug the eople with Eactekn
Sur Work for 00 per cent, lea than any one eNe, as
he does not keep srek trash; but he aill furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money titan they can purchase the same kind of Goods
for in anv other house in the United States.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
Wholesale enrtonfers who bny for Cash.
jrp Clothing made to order at thu shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Union Uall corner of Superior and Union Streets,
yrLOOK OUT FOR THE GIANTS. OI
S" TRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entifie men are ili'ly l-rinjei ntr to lifrbi new Inrcn
lijns, fnd the maxh of progress it ousrard ; persons
Kalil, or l.ecominp so, .111 he lcaeil to learn, that sci
ence and lour rest-arch combined, hare hrouelit befm
the rrralest ntmiirrof tit Agr, in the article of til
EKSOX'S AMKKICAN HA1K KL'STORATIVK, a suit
cure for BaMness anil tu prevent Hair from falling.
See circulars to te had of a,;enu. Price 81.00 in larc,
I'Ottlcs. bold l y E. E- Hoy' to-- 10,1 (ieo- 'Hnm,
Warren ; J. banning, Yu-jn3'U)n , l'rcutict t rJd
irar 1 1, Canfielii.
C. K. FISHER 4c Co., rrniiriett.TS.
inarch 9 No. .r, Superior street, Cleveland, O
VoThJe JEWELRY AND FANCY
X ' GOOIS. J. R. ALtLKTs. formerly of the firm
Cowrcs Sl Albkrtsok. has just opened a new Store in
the New Rlnck on the Corner of Superior Street and
the Public Square, Cleveland, OA, where may Le
found an entire New ttock of
OOM AND PILVEK WATCHE?.
ENGLISH. FKENCH. snd YANKEE CI0CK3.
SILVER WAKE or all kinds, Warranted Pars Coin.
NEW AND FAtf HIONARLE JEWKLICY.
All kinds of PLATED and RR1TANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY OOOLS and PERFUMERIES.
In short, everj thing that is New and Ieirable in
this line, may Le found cheaper than can Le bought
irP STRANGERS khould cot fail to visit us before
pure has tii g.
Clevelai.il, Dec. 13, lc.'t-y .
.O ROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
FOB THK WHOLLiALli TRADE. Just received
1-ack.atre.s Earthenware of my own importation direct
from :u- Euiish Pottories. making one of the largest
ftovitin itt M irk-t c.niprising, in part. White Gran
le Fiowitur ?u!'rrv. Flowing Ulue, Light Blue, Plain
i : - Ooaitaoa r Alu an extensive assortment ol
LASS W AUK
y long exTrtt- .cein the trade, enables me to offer to
.''ojinrv M?rchuu better facilities than pure basins
Mirir war m tne astern cities. Merchants are resect
Uiiv avite.t to e caiuine my sare mi.i prices, which will
iva.- ne a. ic-w ai mi v J, -biu Hnuie m this citr.
urn M ;hs China. P.tvSicr, Ka. Superior t.
Cicvar. i; K3y2!( y A- tf- GART NEE.
VTEW-Y0RK LOOK. STORE. The
il s-iicrl' tr hsv'iPj puroha Mr. J. slarvtu's
stock, t.ikes this method of iiiformlLg the citizens uf t
Warren and Trumbull cmnty, that lb addition to the j
stock ou l::.nd, be ii r.'Civiug and now oiei.in,a
COMPLETE .STOCK OF NKW BOOK 4, I
Ft.tionary and Fanrv Ooods aa can be fom d tu the
Wet. His stock of Rooks comprises Histoi ies, Trav
els, ilnmaiices, Eurrclupedias, Uiogrtphtes, Works on
Elocnti'ju, Architecture. Agriculture, Theology. 0 eulo
gy. Philosophy. Phvsiolugy, Phrenology, Works on
Spiritualism, Mystic Orders, Annuals and Albums.
AIko, all the new Publication worthy of note, piles of
School Books, both old and new, now In use In the sev
er:. 1 srhoot districts. Bibles from 50 cts. to 910, Prayer
and Hymn Rooks for all denominations.
JUVENILIS AND TOY RC0K9
In great variety. Letter Writers, Bong and Dream
Books, Astrologers1 Rooks aud Cards.
In this department are offered every description of
floods, French, American Laid, Wove, Cap, Bill, Let
ter and Note Paper of be best quality, and Envelopes
Comprising Ledgers. Journals, Record, Cash, Invoice,
Time, Log, Nte, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Aluo, Copy Bonks for schools.
Lithographic Prints, Maps, Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Dice and Cups, Playing and Printing Cards.
Paper W etgbts.Calendars, Letter Clips and Billholders,
Address Cards, Plain. Oilt, Fmbosned and Illumined,
Card Cases, Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Rooks, 4'ards, Paper and Drawing materi
als. Ink'. Writing Fluids. Pens and Lead Pencils.
Leaves, W ire, Paper, etc., for Artificial Flomers,and
a large assortment of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Pajers from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals. Harpers Putnam's,
Uraluim's, Oodey's and Methodit National Magazines,
Leslie's Book of Fa.thions aud Yankee Notions.
The purchasing community will find always on hand
a large stock from which to niakc their selections, at
extremely low prices for cash onlv, at the New York
ltook Store, No. U3, Main street, a few doors south of
he Post Office.
Warren O.. OcU 1th, 1834, R. A. A. BALDWIN.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
WAR OX HIOH PRICKS!? At BTLrrr A
Brown's BOSTON L0T1IINO HOUSE, in the New
Building, opposite the Bemterat Othce, -Vaia Street,
We are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest snd best
lot of CLOT HI Mi. at Wholesale 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 aud you can come
and examine for yourselves.
A FI LL SL IT, Cost, Pts and Vkst, 86,50, with
an Overcoat to match for SL Also, a rich stock el
Boys' Clothing; Coats for with Pants to match for
91. Also, a complete stock of 11 AT A and CAPS, com
prising every style and quality. We have also a full
stork of Oentlemen's Furnishing Goods, and a large
stock of Broadcloths, Cassimeres and V est i dcs, rich
and rare, and of the bitest and most fashionable styles
CARD. The Proprietrrs here take occasion to re
turn their sincere thanks to the people of Warren ard
the surrounding country, for the gmierous patronage
which they have hitherto awarded them, and respect
fully ask its continuance, feeling certain thrrt their
goods, for style, quality and cheapness, cannot be
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 one price for our
goods, and that a just one. believing it a oor policj
and worse principle to plunder from one person ta
secure the loss on another. P. T. BART LKTT,
Warren, Oct. 7, 1Pj4. O. W. BROWN
WATCIHSS, CLOCKS, Jewel
T T ry, Ac The subscribers have just re
ceive, a large stock ot Uoous in tneir une.wuich,
with their former stock, makes a very desirable assort
ment ; among which are Gold and Silver Watches , Sil
ver, Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons ; Breast Pins ;
Finger Rings ; Ear Rings ; tiold and Silver Pencil
Cases ; W atch Chains. Seals and Keys ; Scissors ;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pen aud Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks ; Razors ; Percussion Caps and Pills ; Silver
Plated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Lamps ; Lamp Globes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
and Coffee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe, Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brashes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars ; Banjos ; Violins ; Flutes ; Fifes ; Ac
eordeons ; ijlapeoletts aud Tanrborines ; Hair Pins aLd
Combs; Waist Slides and Buckles; Purses; Pocket
Books and W allets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a great variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and wax
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable expense.
To our old customers we tender our thanks for the
patronage Uie establishment has received for the last
thirty -six year. WALTER KING SON,
Dec le'f2. No. 0, Main St., Warren, O.
TULES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
tJ Retail Dealer in dorm, Wa-rrBa, JiwattT, Sil
ver- WaJtE, and FaatT Ooods, Warren, Ohio.
Harint: just retunied from the Eastern Man
nfactories, I brought with me a Tery lanre
assortment of extra-nue ruelisn lver natcn
es, in gold, hooting- and plain cases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for timing horses. Also, English Leer
Kailroad Time Keepers, in Silrer Hanging Cases: and
a larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepine Watches
than was ever before oflered in this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry. I natter myself, is a better selection
than I have ever before made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer qnality, than has here
tofore been brought to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing to sell
rain, will find a larne assortment, and prices that will
compete with Eastern Cities, as I purchase my goods
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as
small p.ofils as any other establishment in the country.
A few fine Double Time Centre Seconds Watchet, will
be told very low. how is the time for securing a goad
bargain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
Watches. Jewelry, fce., carefully repaired and war
ranted. jt Engraving neatly done.
Oct. 7, l-M.
"VTEW STOVES! T. H. MORLEY
L & Co. are constantly making additiont to their
large and well selected stock of Stove Patterns, to that
they are now able to furnish customers with the most
desirable patterns lor Kltcnen or parlor use. .among
their assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Store, No. 5.
do Improved do do do do
This Stove is truly the Farmer's Stove, for after an
unprecedented ion of fi e y eart, the demand for them is
The Womaaa' Kights CooV Stove, No. 1, for wood or coal,
do do do do No. 2, do
do do dn do No. 4, for wood.
This is a new pattern of Coal Stove, just got out
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. 3
has four 8 inch boles for boiling, and is adapted to small
families. No. s hat 4 9 inch holea for boiling, and a
very large oven, and is adapted to large families.
The " Bang Cp" Cook Stove, No. 4.
do Western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies do do
do lireat Western do do for coal.
Thes Stoves have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
eious ovens below the fire chamber. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these. Stoves
are unsurpassed. 1 ney are peneci paaem.
The following are some of their Parlor Stovet :
The Cottage Franklin Coal Stove, No. 8.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State air. or beauty ana
convenience, they challenge competition, as the extra
ordinary sales this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. S. do
- The Jewett Sl Root Stove. Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Be-!
and Dairy stovea.
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stove Foun
dry east of Tayler's Warehouse.on the csnal. 31achine
Foundry, east side of Liberty street, en the canal. Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Market street. War
ren, Ohio. jtn 19
PREMIUM CARRIAGE SHOP,
Can field. Ohio. The snscriber takes
this metnod to inform the generons public, that he still
carries on the above business, in all its various branches,
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in his line. Having a large stock of new material al
ways on hand, and the best of workmen to do it np in
style that cannot be surpassed hy any establishment in
the country, thos- who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at Uiy shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and I am
not afraid of com neti tion. from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say to all who wish to get a good (
article, they would do well to call on tnis estaiiiinmcni
before purchasing elsewhere, for our work, is of the best
quality, and all warranted
PAINTING and TRIMMING done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
N EW BI GGIES in exchange for old ones. All kinds
Of Lumber taken in exchange for work.
The subscriber natters himself that by strict attention
of himself and hands to business, he can have a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, te will be still more thankful for new ones.
Cauhcld. Ma Sit. 133- M. SWANK.
REMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
I SOUTH OP THE CANAL. The
subscriber has now on hand, and will at
ail times keep a larsc lot ot CAR- w m
KIAGKS, BLdtllKS and WAGONS on hand, of every .
-rii.tt..,, .ti .ml i-Tnile of nrices.
His experience in Misiness.and the extent of his shop
enables him to furnish any description of work in his
line, on the shortest poM'Me notice, whether it be the
putting np of a splendid BAROUCHE, or the common
ill'tRlY, the materials for which areatall timet kept on
hand. ... I
His WORKMEN are uusurpassed by any in tne conn-
try. and hi, work shall tamal if not surpass any eastern
"itJuTSS Carriages ready for e, will be ex-
chanted for Lumlr. Country Pro.tuce.or young Horses.
Second-hand Busies taken in exchange for new one,.
CAIIRI4UE TBIMM1NUS alwa on hand, and for
sale at Uie lowest prices.
Those wishing any work in my line of business, are
inose wisuiuK , .,, .,. . work and
inviteu io call -y - - - - -
1 1 1 t-..fl n n-nuu ui
Painting and Trimmini dune on short notice.
TTPAU work mnnufucturwl at my shop is warranted.
Warren, March Si, r U. C. BELDEN.
EW ARRANGEMENTS at the
EAGLE HOTEL. The subtcriber would take tins ;
ooDortuuitv of informing the citixens of Warren, and)
the pulilic generally, that lie has purchased the Eacta .
UoTtL, formerly kept by Mr. Camp, where hereafter he :
would be glad to see his friends, and all who choose to J
give him a call. The best arrangements will be made to
make his house a pleasant place to stop, and no effort !
will be spare! to those who call once to .top si.n. To ;
the old cu jtomers of the Eajle he would say, do not ,
condemn a chalice as for the worse, because you were j
to well suited with your old landk-rd, but give the new
administration a trial before you decide.
vt arren, Aug. i ' , "
'HEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
1 BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH-
II EST, No. -I'. Main Street. t - I
J . mc till 11 1 1 1 . w. , l
Street, Warren. Ohio, have the pleas- fetjwTl
nrices. and they cannot tail to oe
both. My shop having become a permanent one, 1 am
to supply and suit all who like riding in an j
elet and e..yCarria. or Uie farmer who Uesire. a
i ta i inn or neu ,tvuu vi '
ure of announcing to tne citizens ol A. i
Trumbull conntv and the ptt dic in .
general. Uiat tl-y arc receiving and manufactariog the ;
Uirge.t, cheapest and best assortment of BOOTS and t
SHObS ever hroueht to the Western mariet, which
lliey now offer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and I
ready-pay system. Their stock consist" of ;
GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT !
Ifpn-a Coa.se Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd Initation B'ta; 1
llunearian do: " French Calf sjx'd, steel a ks; i
Kin do; - Brogans;
Calf Pes do; " Kip and Calf Btsgans;
Rovs' Boot and Urngans. all kinds. I
Ladies Jenny Linn 10013, uusituis ai-.u xiea, iaiiie.
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Boots;
Misses' Sewed and Pegged (iaitert and Shoes, of all
. . nLilJ 1. ill.... S,
V. n'fvmv.ij'L V1UITO ITT TIVHC I
nilOa 'tAlVfci n ll.iwi.iU3 m. iuiinir auw ni.- win
.. . . ... , . , .k 1 -
M.,rieo. Cuir Skin and Cuuer Leather, ami every
thing usually kept ia our line, which will be sold for
ra. lower thaucsn be fraud elsewhere in the coitnry.
Ai.nl U, tsjj. J. IltCUSKlilL CO,
more certain, less exiusive, au . t -determined
iD , con.lition. Lei all interested cal! and obta.tr
, pamphlet (free) "'JJ
attending difficulties; -at limes renu....; -
miserable. I have had the attendance of tome of the
phjsic;mns wilh but little .access; the most they
fouM do wal to reiere core was out of the ques..on.
fOT nTe months hefore commencing withyo, medicine
j n(rt anie perform r,f labor, could waik
bQt s few ce1g at a time. ,nd scarcely went out of doors
in ,h0rt, I was Completely prostrated, both in mind
and bo-ly. and expected to drag out the rest of my days
in suffering and misery. But, resiling your advertne
" ment, I was induced to try your invaluable medicine
called Uterine Oatholicon, as -.he last resort, I had not
used it a week before I felt like another woman. ByJ
use ci three bottles I wis enabled to perform al the la-
eorforsix in the family witheaae, and could wali any-
i u rxi.u
SO M KT 11 I Ntr
!:'. V A N I) VALUABLE.
lite n t .wT:rfiil King on the face of the globe-nov
n-i ;itjt. r ui in the Auirin Republic. Th power
1 ii.- . t -ttti'i :. !f ( i.un-F lnt into Insignihcanoa
uii u .!;i;ir. d tr fcur Au.tr nn Kittvi
i.ur- i. ..u Vim; . ru:f.l'y iie irr vested In them to
iu.rv:.-- i:. ri- h- vf lb r.i n and lordly, aad to rduo
lu if-;.tr ui is-.-y at.4 d rntiattn, the and depends
out. t-'ur .r.irrkar. Kingnvs forth with eqwal w.1Uds
of l' e i"r i.v -LmiiMiiii aisd Uw buim-i cabin, ready
r tf .u ;.i't-r r. ... f. avi to oiler health and happi
ins- t iK ui:j aud Ij-iv. t be rich and the poar
iK. JOHN L'ULL'S
GREAT AltlSRICAN KING-
Ji li:f 1 MU Ul.trCE"? TH WoF.UI. and the gTaS
'vi-r oils n d ;o afrli-Luuutnitr; to the sv '
aiiun' au.iii.ti. the Lcvt-r .-ah say, rvlirf at j oor eons
ma n 1. , u l.;tie uuly to tbis maUtl reiae'ly. all
thvsv who u : r. and tll m( at-tvpt the promrrs4
lir.lirt. w-ric n -i t.i- ity t their fimititts.
iiiU uon-K.-f il !Brt.i.. h'iv.dtirirtg ti bruf period sinos
its iittro-l j lii'M. hiM (-.wrip-L tuioinrs to th hearts of
IhoitKiU'U an tu-uli Iiis a chirm to many who herste
Id re rvjM id it only a a -iitlal at-d miMyrahi exisV
To th w.:i:J? Uh ail Liniment. Kmbrri-ations. Pain
KillrTS. and l':.i'i Kxtrartirs. and let millions of glad
U'UiCtvi. jr-iLnuj tbe nt-iuuf th great Americam
Ki:; t-f i ain." pri jKir.n cmpwMi tJely of veg
btM.ci r--i', f-fuuucr ty Amor tea's own rich and
taunt a -U.
i dt k I.4?ik wb n al way a competent
iudi:i.f ii:,t i3'.d r.fci u m.ta viiu.i!-- Ltmiiy mod-haui-.
t4. it j-ri:ij l it. r l y j.Uinr th King of Pais)
a sinv'r- tr il. nr.-l tf aUfcvlu.rv. vic-rl tbir Inflneoca
In iU l b tif r --cii.u. i.-l i;. ii and often of it,
snd sr th.it ii i thru- 3!:td m ihrrr. The
lui-.tr-c ttcL-f. it. . hm thev indue their
tailcriit.' fr..-v':ii i. u tni rwviiy alu.Al. mUriae,
tbr )1 ite ti.-ii, nrt ul l-eut7clfic that tbtfy eaa
fii I. ir.if i a ivwrful and truly-magi"!
., l t r i-.i it-T ii:t-riiul ti-n.. it is a certa.n cum,
Jvt it 1 tf.- 1. :it:il inrapat If f prolucinf
Utm leat t;,irif.ii t ir-u in the must deieL caaea or
ihe w?4f.':&t n-iui-jt.t-ii.
It i n.t'n-i.- ir- )- to Mow th old and worn-oat
iyktm t, uKn iu the out-'ir thouMao'is of eerthV
ealcsot' wou'lt-rv irti rnrwt this utotir .ai. It costs
hut tttfiiiy :.i (ni.- . try it. rud Vr. Rull stakes his
wellcariH-i r. ;u..tt -u A;i'ttm kin,; of tain doing ail
tud oi-.ff tli.w i.r I.tiiuv l-r :t.
w wnuij a k huve ti-u the Khumatlsni rGont;
M.t .- i- I i-.tx'ui ru'xniuuii. and w know that
tu wuni-i i. .la tut-u away as soon as poadbie.,
"I ! LL'S LIN'i OP PAiy."
Wt.uM t.u t- cur: I alnw.-.t irnm-Mitly of Bowel
Ooino'tift. I- f.lerv. r-nn.ia-r i.'oi)iUiut, Cbolera Mor
bus, t r i-Lip 'u .Lti; il.-l A- U. l-cu r any other acsw
T pain, tbe "Tvun-.u i -;u.(.-'w aud thw ruro osrtain,
ttfK TilS OUh AT KINO OK PAIS.
Woold yu Wire your Svrcn, Swelling. Cuts, BttTTM,
ttld:. iruin. or any tier wounds healed, we repeat
It, mm the
m.v;u;al k:no of pain.
Would you be rurvd -f cVaid Ilrai Sti Joints, Sore
Irroat. NKural.'ia. mwi- l;r j-t. Luuiimo, Tvtter or King
Worm, fait i.lteu.a. lwii-ia.f lA i-r.u. aintK Chappmi
iian au-t a!! c.hcr .S-rvj. i;ir lry or K aiming, we
say aaio and s-iti. X'H.u aiami h lr. Joha Bull s
-KINO iF PAIN
Would you le euri nf Siuz's Kttt. Cancrr. Tumors,
furupLioni. or any diM-s-w ti tn. Sk-n caufld by impure
bkMl. tlwn ir. Ji fcu bud Sarvifutriiia intruaily,
ind the King of I' -tin et-ritaliy. uutniog can be more
certain than a Rpeedr and ritual cure.
ra. JOHN BULL'S
Tills inel'-hie. " "-u ui icvW '.i.i- to dirstftkowt,
ill CUT4I, without t.i:
or K;v s
of Ui! '.in. :-.r: ti-lts
Tumor.. Oiruic Sir. Kt,
ltino; Wurm or Tvll'-r. S-;ila Head.
l;beum.-tisia. 1-ains in th. fc;ii-s ot
Joints. tid rirw and ti'X'rs. S-.ttiiiMg of
th. ulaods. S.li.llw. Pvjf.ia. U l.htim.
ilisL-a-vesof lh9 KitiiK-va liis&R-s arfc-in-- froa th.
use of Mercury.!, jf .p-tiis. 1-aiu in the ?itiean4
Shoulder,, ticnenl Del-ility. Lucittim. f ou-hs. Colds.
Dropsy. Jaundiee. CostirenM l'-roiit-bitis. Weakness of
Chest, or. Throat. 1'uloionary auiktitiia and all other
irineases tendintr ta predw-eC- ?.uuipti-n. Li.erCoaa
plaints, iensai. ine4uiartsaud U'uip!sints. Low
Spirits, ick and nerous ilrad a-he. N ilht bwita
JkapiKorea. or lmprudi-o-.-e in Lite. Chronie Coa
stitutiouM l)iseai-ft. and as a fitting uid
Summer Driiic. and ;ner-U TunK- f r th.
tfv strtu, a:d a tteutie uid i'leasaul
Vur.-ative, it is supn-r to Blu.
lack n.l Coa--r- Water,
It Is a remarkable tirt. that smcOT th huadTtds of
aminMit phvsanaus iui Uar. earailued the recipe by
which Hull's paraoariila i. pr?riir.i. not cue baa ecar
demued it. but sil appror. iu and eumniend it in tat
hiichewt terms. i.:v jiSt sicrans e-cprt- themselves
atroncle in the brlierthat it is d.JeJ!v the best prepa
ration of z-arsnparilla tlit has erer ireu p!xd befort
the puM:r. Jti.bfo-h tlit-roar. mauy pin sirL-ins who
sat a rel acianeo to ua ii-y wirir iuw fiuw
ncouuiiidation f auy ptrti-uLir rs-uiruy. notwith
standing tny mav aport.Te .-.f it in the )ii ;hest deirre.;
then are others w'uo frankly yield tbi ir support in uros
of a temedr bi h they (now is ipahieof diilos; so
aaurh eod in an :itfirUM '-rHiimunity. Asan evidraea,.
read the :l!o iu frniu ol 1 aad respeeta! I ph si.-ians,
tf high standing in the couiiuuity la wuich lliey Ui.
7-Trtimonr like the ( llnwlnrr read.-rs snrerSuout
aUeommenUon'tuee!'l-.'-y of i'.r.li .-artipariha. Irosa
llr. U V. Yandell. I'mfesn r of ftieuibiry in the Louia
Tille Medical C.llee : 1 hare tooted or the list of in
gredients composin? John l:uliL.nipout;3 i'.itrart of
Saraapariila aad hare no bitati- l: io savmt that they
form a safe eompoumt. sil l el:etht pruuiiws well it
thronie diseases, to ahkn it i .trf.-a: 1-.
L. 1-. VA.1::IX,1UV
TjOCISTTLLS, June 6, 1 7 IS.
WhatPr. PvWw, ph! Un hv .ipp-ii'ment to th.
touitTille Mariu. liu.j;ial- 1 iiil t jarsaparllla
Viv.im.is. Mirrh 20, IW. '
I hare eTSmined the nr--a-rlptMrn f- r th. nreparatio.
Df John Bull's rBnri;la.aiid 1 teller. II-. eonibina
tiOBtobean .x-llt-iit one and wtil ivit Mlated to pro
sae aE alteratl-re lrapresr;-n eu the s i-Wrn. 1 ba.
ased it bcth In puMi-- an 1 private prs. tiee. and UiiaJt
at la the best article of Aartp-,ri1ia C-j.w in nj.
M. 1-Y lJiS, M. n.
Besident rliysiclan LpuUtille Marino Ko-jiital.
Better testimony th-m wai ever olfen-d In 6tot of any
wMdiein& teT. tt Vt ". Seton l;eT. t. Me-tenson :
t"i IS11U.K. Yl? -i.lh. 1S49.
If ha,, usrd J' hn Pjii' Canoimrtlia. and h.tr
known it to 1. used, with entip.- Mtisfi. Iiin : and w.
ban no h -sitstifii in st.ni.-i ui:r ! t tliat it is a sats
and yalua'.le me-flcal -Bi-und. an.t cak ulated t pro
doe, marh srmd ami relief -iia. il -ntr. nr.:: and there
tor, would cheerfully and uu "t carnbst: re.ua mend it
to the affikle.
rc. rt K.W.?ninN,
(Elj"- K tTtV..K)!f.
W would earrtl itnite sil p--rsc n who ar. tuff-Tina;
with anv of the ills that l w b-ir to to call oa
DrTJohn Bulls ae-ent. and a. t a -opy .f Lull s lamlly
Journal tratis: and -r th- of hnnai.iiy we nop.
that a sinle itUvidaal nr-t ! f ur. l unwillins to
win BuU s Sarsanarilla a UiA fl--r.n-i-Jin;. and recol
tctin atth. sainetli.ie. Hint it is i:; possll le .r th.
Doctor to puMish the teat!-, p-irt f tl.e numi-w of eer
ticeates of astoumlins rurt p. rlbr:ai d hy hni .-.irs-ips-.
rilla. The aaviunl cf testluwK.v mlui c.rily sh...ered
on Dr. Bull s Sannp-irilht fn ui well known Md ltin
nished in liriduals. U.th tu pul'.ic and j.riTate life, bat
been perfectly over.hrlL.iin--.
mJ- Dr. John Bnll s i-riii-ipal oPi-e. West Slo Flfli
trtttt, ant door below Main, Uiuinille, Ky.
DR. JOHIT 3UL.r.'S
PKINCI PAI. OfFICES.
1 FlrTlI STKKFT.
ri friLX ar
M86ISTS AND MERCHANTS TIir:Ol llIOlT Tin
TJKITED STATES, CASAD.t, :t.V.ltt A-M -TUB
WeaT lXDIi i
And by E. A. SMITH ot CoJ)rugsisU No. 5 Main St.
Ii. J. P. MARCIIISI'S
FOR BELIEF & CURE OP SUFFERING FEMALES.
l.nt for Ut curativo powers in all
1 .'mnUed. ustal.y called
0f these are Prolar"" I fri, or Falling of the W omb ,
riour Albus, or lutes; Chronie Intlamation and 1 1
ceration of the Womb; Incidental llemorrnage, oi
Flooding; Painful, Suppressed and Irregular Menstrua
tion; fcc., with all their accompanying evils, (Canee
1 ' m.,r how severe.or how long standing.
--- ,h ..iie. in h-ic
Th. I'.llui rODU. I.iiu.n.-'
use; together with letters from nigi-.iy experience,! ri, j-
sicians, who nave useu - -- -r
from their own observations.
P. B. Prcaaaa, M. l Utica, N. T.
L. D. Flsjiiso, M. D.. Rochester N. T
M. II MiLoe, M. D., Rochester. X. Y
D. Y. Foots, M. D.. Syracuse, N. Y.
Prof. Draaaa. M. D-, Baltimore, Mil.
J. C. 0i a, M. D., Baltimore, Mil.
W. W Rusk, M. D., New-York City.
W. PawcoxT. M. D , Concord. N. 11.
J. P. Niwl.md, M. D., Utica. N. Y.
Rev. C. 8. Bcaao, Glenn Springs, S. C.
Phamplets to be had gratis at the Store of B. A. SMITH
A. Co., Agents, Druggists, b arren, O. Also sold by L.
W. Mears, North Bloomfield. James K. Sexton. Youugs
own, and by most of the leading Drugs'" ta in me ad
JEJLrtler ttdrtned te t tare Mr. Cmrtit
Hn'ck. Jlrt I tatnis, i.
ii va.. , ' pi. - . ...k.
hh female Complaints prolapsus uteri, and all the
To Da. Mutnilsl : I have been ten years
wnere in m noiannornovi w.,-- J,, . i
but a sense of my duty to you and to the afflicted, naa
Induced me to itate my case to theruhlio. lean eaieiy
recommend the praparatiea ta all those suffering like
.1 fj- ..11 .l ftllll ASS BUSOr,
uitkii. ....... n-
, . I . ... I ' 111 . ', n
'V- Inn. Tnpt fll.. Ohio.
TTT'J. B. MABOUJSi fc C. Proprietors, Centra
Vtvot, 904 Broadway, ft w Tot
Warren. Jttnt SI. li-y
"VTE INVITE the at-
tention of the Puhl.c to tbe
Certifirates i.ppende.1 below, and
bespeak for tliem tkit cam;i.i con
.siucntion .hich their honest
Men in btiK
eificacy and value of Cns-aav ilL
e-tom. d. Deteui..). iu.Er-ij.
T''ih' ".V1'"0? U?u- nor "versute their eonvictiont
"'-ether this it not the medicine to trntt
when Toumnsthave relief for the throat or lanss: Jndg
whether every family ought not to have it by them
-V'.-"-"-- in. every where prevailing ene
which steals with fatal freae-ny upon almost every
flock and carries off the lamb from many a home?
Jackson. C. II. -Iackson,CityOhio.,SCtkSoT-18iir.
J. C. Aria,
oir The CuaaXT PECroaab la much Inquired after.
Several of our beat Physicians bare used it, three of
them in their own caaea and alwaya with the happiest
effects. The numerous patent medicines always befere
thein. 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 contldence can bo
The onrivalled excellence of this combination of
agents, (in the Cmaai 1-arToRiat) proved beyond cavil
repeated trial under their own observation, hae com
pelled medical men to proclaimed abroad U's usefully
ness. It is beyond all doubt the best general remedy
have for the Pulmonary A?etiona of thit climate,
the aame time sedative and expectorant a rare com
bination of properties.
In the hope that it will prove its own reward, I taV
tcribe myself. Respectfully your obt. servt.
JA3. u. U. illLLEK, M. O.
Allegan, Mich., 10th Jan., lii.
Dear Sir No one, b. not Me man. woman, or child
can be found to deny that the Cmaar Pct-roaaL it ilk
that it ehiimt to be. There it much used in this vicinity
although not known until recently. The community
should know it's virtues. Tours truly,
JOHN K. KELUH1U, M. D.
Let gentlemen of the Legal Profesion mark thit ease
WilUanuburg, L. I., Sept. 3, 1833.
Da. J. C. Area.
Dear Sir Over application for the past three years to
my dutiea aa an advocate brought on some eight mouUia
ago a severe irritation of the broncal tabes, which was
constant annoyance to me. and fast becomings source
of great apprehension. Every remedy tried, failed to
relieve ate. till I used your Churt Pectoial. Thit
hat not only relieved me, but at I trust, wholly cured
me. 1 care nothing for the reputation of advocating
Patent Medicines, and this is at your service. 1 shall
recommend it to member, of the bar and others whoai
may meet, laboring under similar Indispositions.
Yourt truly, B- W. JONES.
South Parit, Me., Aug. 1H, IfO.
I have no hesitation in saying, that I regard AvtVa
CnaaaT PacroaiaL at decidedly the beat remedy within
my knowledge for the cure of chronic bronchitis, cough
and ail diseases of the lungs.
X. A. BUST, H. D.
Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 4, 1S4D.
Da. 3. C. Avis. Sir: I have used your admirable
eompcund extensively la my practice, and find it to
surpass, ny i.r. any ocner remedy we nave for carina;
diseases upon the Langs- Tour obt. servant,
K. B. JONES, H. D.
What yet remsina to convince the most inerednlona
thai the Cherry Pectoral is all that it purports to bo
viz: an unequctled remedial agent for all diseases of
the Throat and Langs. The experience of years, hat
proven it to be such, snd we saNmit il to the people be
lieving that it't virtues will fully maintain it's reputa
tion. Prepared by JAXES C. AT ER. Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by P. iv kstcir JrM Cincinnati ; E. A. Switb at
Co., Warren; J. CaaraaLL. Newton Palls; H. W Col-
atesopotomia; and by all dealera In Medicine
J. r Beware of eounterfeita and worthless nrenara-
tions attempted to be palmed off under a similarity of
iren y I, ,Sj.--14
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TI1JB GREAT PURIPIER OP THE BLOOD I
-V.r a Fmrttttt mf Mtmrf tw it.
Lax tub Arrucra Rcan aan Ponsaa !
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rhea-
maiism, uostlnate Iwtaneous Jtruptiont, Pimples or
Postulea on the Pace, Blotches, Boils. Ague and fe
ver. Chronic Sore Eyet, Rinf Warm or Tetter, Scald
Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints,
Stubborn L leers Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago.
Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an
Injudicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or
Impurity of the Blood.
TTP Thit great alterative medicine and Purifier of
Blood is now used by thousands of grateful patients
from all parts of the Untied States, who testify daily to
the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of
Medicines, "CaRTtn'a Sraaisv MliTTta." Neuralgia,
Koeumatism, scrofula, .Eruptions of tne Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers. Old Sores, Affections of the-
Kalneya, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaint.'
Paina and Aching of the Bones and Joints. are speedily
put to flight by using thit great and in estimable rem
edy. - - .
For all diseases of the Blood, nothing hat yet been
fonnd to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all imparities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver
and Ridneyt, ttrengthent the Digestion, gives tone to
the Stomach, makes the skia clear and healthy, and re
stores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down hy the excesses of youth, to lu pristine vigor anc
For the Ladies, it it incomparably setter than all the
cosmetics ever used. A few doses of Cajrms SraJi
ish MiXTSaa will remove all aallowneat of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give el&sticily
to the step, and improve the general health In a re
markable deg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever heard
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all pacta ef the United States
it the best evidence that there it no Humbug about it
Toe press, hotel keepers, magistrates, pnysiciaas, and
public sua, well known to the community, all add their
testimony to tbe wonderful effects of this 6REAT
Call on the Aei-rr and get a Circular aad Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of ail
Medicines has performed.
Hone genuine unless signed BcsarrT ec Beams, Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond. Vs, to whom
all orders for tuppliet and agencies mnst be addretswi.
For sale by E. A. Smith Co., Warren ; J. Camp
bell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Oh 1 ton ; Geo. Haxlett,
(lastavas , S. W. Mean, Bloomfield, aad by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov S2-y
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA.
Jaundice, Chronie 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, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fall
nest or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Ernctiaioaa, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit cf the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Webt before the tight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skia and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
etc.. Sadden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured by
Dr. Doofland'i Celebrated German Bitten,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, So. 120 Arch street.
Their power over tbe above diseases is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other preparation in the Uaite-i
States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful
physiciana had failed. These Bitters are worthy the
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers ia weakness and.
affeet:?t of the digestive organs, they are, withal
safe, certain and pleasant,
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO. '
Job Horra.it, Jerome sville, Ohio, May 3uth, 1353
said ; "I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that your German Bitten iawhat yoa
recommend it to be, a highly valuable medicine, which
I know from having used 11 la my owa family Is my
entire satisfaction. Ail who have used it give the tamo
Stii-hx a. Mclt. Canton, Ohio, May 11, 1S33,
says : "Having heard your German Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources in which I placed much
confidence, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. On
of them I gave to my daughter who has derived great
benefit from it ; two of the others I sold immediately,
and I would like yoa to send me a supply of it tu selL"
Joan CLaaa, Brunswick. Ohio, May 36, 18o4. tayt :
Your German Bitters have proved successful in every
ease that hat come te my knowledge, and hat opened
for ittelf a great demand."
Thowas LrrcBroaB, Covington, Ohio, Dee. 27th,
1853, says : -My wife has been affected with the Liver
complaint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring, bat
she received very little benefit therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cared. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitter,; she tee two bottles
and ever since taking them the has been able to attend
to her business, antil very lately she had a new attack
but has again commenced tbe Bitters. I have sold
quite a number of bottles through her recommendation,
and as far at I can learn, it hat given satisfaction to
D. Assott, Atistinhorgb, Ashtabula county, Ohio,
December 5th. le&S, says "Permit aia to beer testi
mony to the remarkable efficacy of your medicine in
th. cure of Liver Complaint. For veart previous to
taking your Bitters, I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; to much to that I did not expect to live ;
bat by a free use of your medicine, thanks to a kind
Providence, I and mysetr entirely restored le neaitn.
and able resume my employment."
These Bitters are tmtirtty Vftmhl and free from
Alcoholic stimulant'and all injurious ingredients, mi Id
in their operation, they ttrengthen the system, never
prostrate tu -
For sale by E. A. Smith Co., and Porter ar. Co.
barren; G. Has lett, Sustains;?. 8. Mears. Bloom
field ; J. Campbell Newton Falls, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov 29 lt-54-y
FANNING MILLS! FANNING
MILLS ! J J Th undersigned take this method of
informiug the farming public, that still continuins to
manufacture FeUining Hills, they hare so far improved
the some as to be able, not onlj to take oat foul seed
from Grain, better and faster th any other mill now
in use, bat also to perfectly separate, or take oat, thw
rat dtrt that may be lodged in the same.
TheT can also take Timothy, Clorer and flaxseed in
Ute chaff, and by once running it throne h, can make it
.wr-jwtiv mt-rc&n table. Their Flaxseed and rat dir.
cleaners are their own inventions, deduced from much
study and experimenting the past winter, and are sucb
as are not to be found in any other mill extant. They
invite alt who need mills to call and examine theirs
before purchasing elsewhere; and aa their mills are
always warranted, they can run no risk of being; ini
posed upon with a poor mill.
jarmington, July 19. W. CtKTI3 & 303.
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON,
Sraoco. would respectfully inform the Public gener
ally, that he bat located himself at 'ewtoo Falls,
where he will attend to all calls in his profession, at
hit Office or at private dwellings.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
old Chronic diseases, snch as Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaints, diaeases of the Lungs. Kidney, Skin,
Bronchitis, Arthmatie Afflictions, and all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood. Also all
diseases peculiar to the Female sex.
Dr. Morton's remedies are purely rr''' and the
wattr-evrt, discarding poisons of every kind, both
mineral, vegetable and animal. He will also keep on
hand all kinds of Botanic Medicinea, both simple an d
compound: Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, tic.
Ac. for sale.
Newton Falls, Xov. 2, 1S54 nov 8-tf.
TTOOFLAD'S German Biters, a cel-
jL el rated remedy for the cure of Liver Complaintt,
Jaundice. Dyspepsia, and all diseases anting from a
0SUTCTOrTO,Wh',Ol".b SMITH - Co
MERCHANT'S liarglin uu, in zoci.
SOct. and $ 1.00 bottles, lor 2.""""
March 10. 'W.
CLOAN'S Ointment and Condition
rowaera, ior sw. wj
1. A. SMITH at CO.
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Alto. Ink Powder. Carmine Ink. Indelible Ink. for
nurkit..Unent.WriOng Saad, Irk Bottles, o.,tc.
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