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SPARKING ON SUNDAY NIGHT.
RESPECTFULLY TO THOSE WHO ARE GUILTY.
Sitting In the corner.
On Sunday ere.
With a taper finger
Keating on roar sleeve ;
Starlight eyes are casting
On your face tteir light ;
Bless me ! this is pleasant
Sparking Sunday night !
Ho your heart la thumping
"Gainst your Sunday rest
How wickedly 'tis working,
, On this day of rest ;
Hours seem bnt minutes.
As they take their flight '.
Bless me ! ain't it pleasant
Sparking Sunday night T
Dad and Ham are sleeping
On their peaceful bed.
Dreaming of the things
The folks in meeting said :
Lore ye one another !
llinisters recite ;
Bless me ! we do it
Sparking Sunday night J
One arm with gentle pressure
Lingers round her waist.
Ton squeeze her dimpled hand.
Her pouting lips you taste.
She freely slaps your face.
But more in lore than spite.
Oh ! thunder ! ain't it pleasant.
Sparking Sunday night I
But hark ! tb c'ock is striking
It is two o'clock, I snnm !
As sure as I'm a sinner.
The time to go has come.
Ton ask with spiteful accents.
If that old clock is right,"
And wonder if it erer
Sparked on a Sunday night I
One, two, three, sweet kisses.
Four, fire, six you hook
But thinking that you rob her,
Oire back those you took ;
Then, as for home you hurry.
From the fair one's sight,
Dont you wish tack dan was
Only Sunday nifcht t
AMPUTATING A LEG.
We don't know when we have been
more shocked than in perusing the follow
ing. It occurred in St. Lawrence coun
ty, in -this Stale, and is given on the au
thority 'of a gentleman of undoubted ve
A young man addicted to intemperate
habits, during one his periodical 'sprees,'
took a sudden notion to pay a visit to his
'sweetheart-' On the evening alluded to,
the young lady and a female associate
were the only occupants of the house
where she resided.
" About ten o'clock in the evening the
ycung man arrived at the house, consider
ably worse from the use of beverages.'
His strangp manner in approaching Ihe
door excited the suspicion of ihe ycung
ladies, who supposed the house was at
tacked by robbers. Ho knocked at the
door, and demanded admission ; but his
roice not being recognized, from J.he
thickness of his tongue, the ladies refused
to comply with his demand.
" Determined to force an entrance, he
commenced a series of assaults upon the
barred and bolted door by kicking and
pounding. After a number of desperate
kicks, ihe panel of the door gave way,
and the leg of the besieger went through
the aperture, and was immediately seized
by one of the ladies and firmly held while
the other, armed with a saw, commenced
the work of amputation.
The grasp was firmly maintained, and
the saw vigorously plied, until the leg was
completely served from the body !
"With the loss of his leg, the intoxica
ted wretch fell upon his back, and in tha1
condition lay the remainder of the night.
" la the meantime the ladies were
frightened almost to death. With the
dawn of nwnuig the revelation was made
that one of the ladies had participated in
the amputation of the leg of her lover !
" The wretched man was still alive.
His friends were immediately sent for,
and he was conveyed to his home, where,
with proper treatment, he gradually and
tniracuously recovered, and is now alive
We hardly credited,' says the edi
tor of the journal from which we quote,
the latter part of the story, and contended
that the man must have bled to death on
the spot, insisting, indeed, that it could
not be otherwise. But we were mista
ken. "The leg tea a wooden one.' " Harp
er' t Magazine. .
A WARNING TO SPECULATION.
Once on a time a country Dutchman,
early one morning went to town, where
by chance he overheard some traders tel
ling each other how much money they
had made that morning by speculation ,
one of them had made $109, $200, 3509,
&c. Han's bump of acquisitivenes was.
so excited that he, without any reflection
forthwith concluded to leave his former
business, which was labor, and try his
hand at speculation, and on his return
home made his intentions known to his
faithful vtow. Early next morning he
gathered his wallet containing his funds,
amounting to five dollars, and off he goes
post haste and half bent, to look up a
speculation. He had not proceeded far
when he met a wagoner and accosted him
"Good morning, Mr. Wagoner, I wants
to speculate a leetle dish mornin wid
vpu." " Well, say," said the wagoner,
how do you want to speculate." "Veil,''
Biive flii fintr-rimnn -T u ill it -,, C, ft.
w V..W .W M.V. " 111 J lilt
dollars you can't guess what my dog's
name ish." "Call him up. till I look at
him," rejoined the wagoner. Dutchman
"Her-e Va-tch, he re Va tch, he-re
Va-tch." The dog trots up, the wagon
er eyes him for a moment and said, " 1
guess his name is Watch." Dutchman
"O besure, Mr. Wagoner, you has won
him, de raonish is yours," and lans re
turned to his old occupation, perfectly
An Incident. A letter from San
Francisco, California, speaking of the
frail character of the wooden tenements
sent to that country, says :
A lady arrived in the steamer and put
up at one of the San Francisco Hotels.
.Sue h id retireJ early to her room, wl.i h
happened to adjoin that in which were a
jiany of gt-nilenmn rnj yi:ig a social
game of cards The lady was fatigued
mi I resiles ( and nttemivin-r to 'urn over
in her lied, ctuic a-ritiiit llie partition,
which 3c way and Irt Iht through in
to t io room of iliec;;rl players. The
wnisw nation r-f bmft puru'fs can be more
eni'v iiii ii:i.,d tiun deicii'cd.
For the Farmer.
RAISING AND CARRIAGE FO CATTLE
In tho last five years, the carriage of
cattle on Riiil roads in the West, has be
come a very important item in the Rail
road experience. Formerly they were
exclusively driven on foot, anJ from
many districts not contiguous to mil ways,
they are yet. But, as the transportation
by railroad is so very rapid, there is a
great gain in the carriage, and, therefore,
when it can be done conveniently, they
are carrieJ in that way. The carriage
of cattle on Ohio Railways is now fully
equal to 20,000 tons, and will soon be
It may be interesting to inquire a lit
tle into this matter, and ascertain the ele
ments of the problem in Ohio. We take
Ohio because it is the largest exporter of
cattle, and we have the means of ascer.
taining very nearly the amount raised
and expoited from this State.
In 1854, the cattle of Ohio were as f 1-.
lows, viz :
A ""reg ate number - 1,646,195
Milk Cows - - - 643,025
Working Oxen - - 81,310
Steers, Yearlings, etc. - 921,860
Of the last class two-thirds, or about
600,000, are those which enter into con
sumption as beef, and of these one-third
are marketable each year that is 200,
000. It is not easy to determine exactly
how large a part of this number is ex
ported ; but the New York market furn
ishes one clement of the calculation.
There are sold in the New York market
annually about 40,000 Ohio beef cattle.
Great numbers are also sold in Philadel
phia and Baltimore, and some are sent
down the river. We shall, therefore, be
hardly over the mark, when we say that
100,000 beef cattle were exported from
Ohio in 1851.
In order to show in what mode these
were exported, we give the following re
First, We have the following numbers
exported from the ports, or by water,
From Cleveland - - 5,220 cattle,
Toledo - - - 8,331 "
" Sandusky - - 5,563 "
Cincinnati - - - 200 "
Aggregate, - - 16,364 "
In the above the Railway export is not
included. That we give below. There
were carried on them.
Little Miami Railway 17,139 cattle.
Ohio & Pennsylvania R. R. 7,474 "
Aggregate, - - 24,613 "
These are the only returns we have now
before us ; but these show an aggregate
of 40,000 head. There are large sections
of the State from which they are driven
on foot; so that our estimate of 100,009 is
not far frcm correct.
In the last winter and during this spring,
cattle have participated in the rise of prices,
and they are now higher than they were
ever known in the West. Beeves have
been bought for the Cincinnati market at
9 dollars per cwt., while in the New York
market 311 and $12 are paid. The
price of surloin steak, is a standard of the
value of cattle. In London, that is now
24 cts. per. lb., in New York 13 cents,
and in Cincinnati 15. The prices paid
for cattle in New York are comparatively
enormous. 103 Ohio cattle of 7 cwt.
each were sold at 77 dollars a head.
Several lots of heavier weight were sold
at 86, 96, and 103 dollars. Thegeneral
average of cattle in New York, taking
them as they come, is about 90 dollars
per head. This is an advance of full 30
per cent, within the last two years.
Mansfield R. R. Record.
HOW TO WINTER ONE HUNDRED
SHEEP ON AN ACRE AND A HALF
Editor Ohio Farmer. The Maine
Farmer tells how to winter one hundred
head of sheep on two acres of land. But
I have done better than that. This is the
way I do it, and not oa rich, highly ma
nured land either.
I take for the purpose nothing more
than a common wheat soil ; if rich the
growth is opt to be too large. I plow it
deeply, harrow it well, and about the 29.Ii
of June, sow on two and a half bushels of
corn. I use the large variety, plow in
with shovel plow or cultivator, and if
weeds try to grow among it, they will get
heartily tired of such a sickly life, and
try to grow among something else the
next time ; leave stand until the leaves
get seared, and the crop losses weight
some ; then cradle down when dry, and
put up in loose shocks, tie at the top wi:h
rye straw, and leave stand until wanted
for feed ; it may be fed cut short, or as it
is on clean ground.
In this way, I have wintered one hun
dred head of sheep without grain, and in
good order, on an acre and a half of land.
I have not had a better clip of wool, nor
lost fewer sheep, nor raised a better crop
of lambs, for fi?e years, than I have this
spring. D. Yakt. Near Bjlivar, Ohio,
June 9th, 1855.
The Cork teee About a Iiogsiiend
of acorns of the cork oak have been in
troduced from the south of Eurjpe, and
distributed fre:n th-j Agricultural divis
ion of the Patent OiEca, in the mid Jle and
Southern Slates for exjeriment, or to t' si
their adaptation to the climate. The tree,
in its native country, wheru it is an ever
green, usually grows to tiic height of
twenty or thirty fret, but in England thtre
arc specimens rvhiuh excet-d fifty fet-t i:i
height, with a diameter of inoro t.'ian three
ft-et. Tha substance familiarly k'town
to ns ascoik ii l!:e rpii!er:nis, or out--i
bark, a'ld sometimes grows two or tbree
Rathkb hard to beat. Mr. (I. I:',.
Gjdiling of Granger, a s'iort time sii ce,
sold three Durham yearlings, (one piiir
twin sterrs Hnd one heifer) which wt :ij;h
cd in jjokI round n-jnioers, 3. );!:) iis. fr
the sum of 2 I7,():. N t vi-ry b id, (or
Medina C'u nv.
NATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
I'miTi-tor. nst fide l'uM;c Square. Warren, O.
EAGLE HOUSE, by George T. Hull,
Market street. Warren, O. Fifth door east of the
TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
1 9 Surtreon, office and residence on South aide of
Market-:. 4 doors East of the Bank. Warren. O. apr Sfi
DOCT. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Phts
iniit aii Sraornn Office in Nichols' Hat Store,
slain street, Warreo, Ohio.
Kclectir l'hysicians will f nd a full stock of Eclectic
Medicines for sale by Drct- Davis at the above place,
7M. M. EAMES, M. D.f Physician,
T I forlorn and Dentist, Windliani, Portage Co.. O.
oct 13-8-' (K!)
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
' and Snrjreon, Hlootnfield. Trumbull Co.. O.
W. TOWNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
J pathic Physician, OfT: in SatlilTi Brick Block,
near the American Hotel, warren. J. apr ly
TOIIN'b. & JULIAN HARMON,
1 1 Physicians and Surreons, office North side of the
Public Square, Warren, O. oct ally
TV PAINE, M. D., Physician and
M Surgeon. Particular attention given to the
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Long Diseases. Of
fice and residence on Fligh street. mar 3
B F. (TKT19C
WM. J. BRIGHT.
CU11TISS & BRIGHT, Attorneys at
Law. Office or B. F. Curtias in the old Clerk's
Office, north of the new Court Mouse, Warren, O. Of
fice of Wm. J. Bright, near his resilience, Hartford, O.
Law. Office orer Smiths & McCombs Store, War
ren. Ohio. Prompt attention paid to collections io
Trumr- :U and adjoin in g counties. m&yV-y
ZOR A BELL, having resumed the
Ca practice of Lav, will be happy to attend to any
basiness in his line for his former clients and friends,
or any body else in this or any adjoining County. Any
business in his line will he promptly attended to.
Office over New York Store. May 9, lc53-y
CEO. M. TUTTtB
SUTL1FF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Tram
hull county, O. Office on High atreettwo doors wes
of thcAmerican House. mar 4 j
V: CUltTISS, Attorney at Law.
Office at present with J. Hutch ids, Esq., North
Main street. Warren, Ohio.
my 9 ,55
V. H. BUTCUIKS.
1 & U. H. HUTCHINS, Attorneys at
3 Law. Office on KorUiTMain street, near the rein-
lence of John fiutchins, r) arren, O.
J" L. & A. O. FULLER, Attorneys at
t Lav.'Olhce over Smiths dc AtcCombe Store. Cor
ner Block, M arren. O. Jan. 1st 1cj4. ly
A LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
J.. Special attention (riven to collection, and the
jirosecutioiifnf Pension aud Bounty Land claims. Of
fice at Court Uouse, Warreu O. jan 10 '35-ly-$3.
PHILO E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over New York Store.
may 10, '54-tT
" F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trnmhnll Co., O.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at Law, over Smith & McComb's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, O. nor 10y
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
? ' and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claims.
Office ever Smiths fc McCombs1 Store, Warren, O. ar2
V. T. HOFTMAH.
. W. RATLin.
tTOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
JL JL at Law. Office on Liberty St- Warren. 0-. oppo
site the Court House. oct 37tf
31. D. LEOGKTT.
J. DOLSOH COX.
r EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
I-i Counsellors at Law. Office orer Moser's Store,
Market street, Warren, O. j 16-tf
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
Stores, Copper and Fheet Iron Wars, Tin,
Cheese Vats. Arc, Ko. 10 Main SU, Warren. Q. mar 39
E SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Door, and Window Blinds. Factory on
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. janSCy
FELLOWS & MORLEY, Manufactu
rers of Plows. Cultivators, fee. Shop east of Tat-
ler's Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, O. Sep 3rf
OHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
Varon Shon. on Pine street, midway between S.uth
and Market sts.. Warren. O. mar 3
rp H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
1 . rers of Stoves, Hollow War, and Castings gene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
.hojse. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
Ohio. sep 30 U
HOLLINGSWORTH & FITCH,
. Dealers in Stoves, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Britwnia Ware, Copper Kel.les, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
below Empire liall. Market street. Warren, O. mar S
i L. MORLEY, ( successor of J. G.
X - Brooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlery. &c. Warren, Ohio.
A. A. BALDWIN. Wholesale
and KebLil Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doors south of the Pott Cilice, Warren, O. nor 1)
JULIUS VAUTROT, Manufacture
and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Sil
rer Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, 0. Watches carefully repaired anil
rariatiU-d. June '
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
dlery Hardware, Carria-e Trimmings, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridies. Harness, Trunks, Valises,
fcc. Main street. Warren, O.
IDDINGST& MORGAN, Dealers in
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, &.C-, at the Sign of
the t'mpire 6rr, Warren, O.
0& M.MOSER," Dealers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeensware, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Ready Made
C lotluug, tc. Market Street, Warren, 0. aug 2
1 JARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For
. cign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoe, and Leather, Carpeting, Taper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Ready Made Clothing, JcC, always cheap
for ready pay at the New-York Store.
YV ALTER KING& SON, Dealers in
II " .tches. Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Brittanik Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, ate. No. 9, Main
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully reired and warranted. mar 2
I PACKARD & BARNUM, (Succes-
L sors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron,
Paints, and Carriage Trimmings.. the Tall Brick,
W" arren, O. .
B. TAYLER, Forwarding an.l
ilj. Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, fee. Warren, Onio.-
E. LEFFIN GVELLForward ing
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, tc-, ate. Warren, O. mar 31 U
STEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
chants, Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratus, Fisli,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Kos. 14 and 10 Second
Ptrect, lietaeen Main aud Sycamore, Cincinnati. O.
UrrilKWrs: Dickson, Biggs & Co.; Wilshire, Bris
tol, 4U.; John Swasey 4c Co.; Swasey Wise ; llarri
so at Hooper ; Kennet sc Dudley, and Merchants gen
v lly. VL"l!
S RAYMOND & CO., Wholesale
. Sealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Carts, 0:1 Cloths, and Wall paper. So. 63 Superior
street, Cleveland, Ohio.
j. w. rr.onKK. arrrs THOMA.
BROOKS Sr THOMAS, Fashionable
Tailors, rooms jrer Nichols' Hat Store. Main St.,
IVarren, Jhio. Particular attention paid to cuiting,
if.d warranted to fit if projierly made up. fell 9 y
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
fleld it Co.'s Cclel-rated Vegetalile Cattle Powder
font antly on hiud and for ale in large or small quan
ly the subscribers, who are sole Agents for this
K. B. None are renuine unless procured of
Msrrti l.J. l.-.K!-if C. It M, MOiEK, Agts.
LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
l JL MEDICINES, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, acd Of-
to l's Ini;a C'huiagogae, for sale l.y
POUTER & Co.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATED
WASH RALLS. Brown Windsor anil Trausiiarcn.
Soap in cakes aud lars, and Colgate's Chemical Olive
A OOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
Not sell in j
; for 25 c- it per yn. , at the
WAKILKN IKY iOODS TORK.
SPANISH MOSS by the bale orlb.
Alcore Ruira, Silver Tenvtt. Fnll Plate Crescent
fhirnes Trunin uigi, beat .jnaiily Spurs, and Seaming
june S PATCH h. ALLTSOX3.
HARNESS VARNISH, Whip Lashes,
Log an-1 Trace Chains, HreeclJng Loops, Brasf
inn Silver -.g Reins and Chains, Carriage Knobs
Hiinnetl, Silver llrassalid pntei;t. at
junei PATCH c " 'SOS B.
L SUM L:.clus Tx 9 Extra Quality, it I
rH: " fryW - " - - -3:.r
! " OaIJ 4'ie
lil ' l!il I "... . tr
!llr sizes in pnip-irtion. Or h rs for Itlindi ami
Ilmirs puitvtaaily aufiil-tl to. Ail w-rk marmnteu
..;T-ti t-. Hi- Wrl. PAl'K AMI iL liAiiNL'M, Ac'U.
Warren, "hir.. D-c.
CANFIELD, Commission and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western lt-iTVe Cheese, Cutter, Lam, Pork, B.icon.
Pol aud Pearl AjIk-s, Saleratus, Linseed and Lsrd il.
Drieil Fruit, ami I'rodncc geucrally, Nos. 141 ai.d I4j
Front Street, l'ituimrgb, 1M feb S3 tl
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
F.ttsl.urjtrh.Fiu KLt!1Uhc! in 1840 Incorpora
ted l.y r tli Lepiiinture of iV-nnnylvauia, with eriH:lual
Charter. bojd or tri hiicfj :
lion. J nines Buchanan, Uon. Walter IT. Lowrie.
" Wm. Wilkins, I " Chtrles Naylur,
Hoses Hampton. Grn. J. K. Moorhen!.
P. Drrr. author of the "North American AceonnUu'
Professor cf Hook-Keeping, and Comim rcial Sciences.
Johm Willi asis, the l.eat off hand Penmnn in the
Unit'-J States, Professor of Commercial and Ornamen
N. II. 11at ii, Ksq., of the Pittsl.arph Bar, Professor
of Mercantile Lsw and Politiral Kconoany.
P. IUvdkm, Principal of the Mathematical Depart
ment, Professor of Mat he teat ics, fcc.
Mr. J. D. Williams has permanent!? joined the Fac
ulty, and it will l seen that, during his late profess
ional enmtrcmeiitfl In the East, he was there n'trarded
as the best Penman in the country. This Institution
therefore, present attractions to students offered ny
no other of the kind in the I'nited ?tatf. The course
of training comprises npwanls of 4j0 real transactions,
in six different methods of laMe Kntry Book-Keep-inc-
3ni practical liuins calculations, coTerinp the
wiiolr field of inland and foreign commerce. Commer
cial Penmanship, with erer modern improvement in
the Art. Itusinesf letters and Easiness fornix of every
description. FMily lectures on Cnminrcial I-iw, Com
mercial Sciences, the Theory of Profits, cc. Dufl's
Book-Keepinir, Ilanrs K'lition, "the most compre
hensive in the lan prim etr" $1 50.
luffs Western Steamer's Accountant," a perfect
stent for such aceoonta $1 00.
Send for a Circular by mail. f nof 22-y
I URIT yTIiEALTH, II A PP1NESS.
Water is rendered poisonous bj passing through
Any material suhject to decay and disssolutiou.such as
pines of wood, iron and lead. Prof. J. P. Kirtland and
ntner distinguished chemists, go so far as to condemn
Ihe practice of supplying animals with water through
these substances, and earnestly recommend Ue STON B
1'1'MPand WATER PIPK.
The undersigned is extensively engaged at Newton
Falls, O., in manufacturing said articles, including also
Stoneware, having a factory driven by steam power,
and is prepared to fill orders at wholesale or retail on
liberal terms. The Water Pipe is admirably adapted to
carrying fluids of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
lands, .c. It is also for sale by the lloyts.at Warren,
Also for s.i!e, valuable WATEIl POWER, with some
8 acres of land, Fatory BuiMinrs. Dwelling, etc., etc
about two miles below Lowell, ilnlioninr Co.. O.
May 17. ie54 tfw J. G. CALENDER.
NEW ILVRDWARE STORE. A
A. L. MORLEY,
Fnrcessor to James O. Brooks, dealer in IlAKnwaRK,
Ci tlest, IaoN, Nils and ;GLaa,.w!iere at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of Iloust
Trimmings. Caneuter's Tools, cic.
Heeeived this day and now opening
6 doi. White's Cast Steel Axes.
1 " Hay Knives, 'good."
2 " Pittsburgh Uun-barrels.
3 " Fieminvton's
30 Tons Pittsburgh Iron, assorted sizes.
59 Bundles best Norway Kail Rods.
Warren, Nov. 1, lt5i. A. L. MORLEY.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Han! wars
to A. L. AioKf.KY, who will continue the business at the
old stand, I take this method of informing my old
friends and former patrons that I siiall remain with
Mr. Moicurr, where I shall be happy to see them as
nstlal. J. O. BKOOK3.
Oct. 30. 1854. nor. 15.
ISAAC A. IS A ACS'
Oornerof Superior and Cnion Streets Cleveland, Ohio
This is the Largest and 31ost Magnificent
in the whole Western Country, and is filled with the
Largest and Best assortment of
Kently-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 Commnnity, and is sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
t Lowes tricks than any other Clothing in the
Strangers visiting Cleveland, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Unicn Hall, corner of SnneJiorand Union Streets.
TTr'LOOK OCT FOR THE GIAST3-.Q1.
-VJO HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
.1.1 But a plain, true declaration of facts, which any
body can ascertain by calling at the Old Head Quarters
r.. UKATIV.MAIlF. n.flTIHKrt
By J. Goldstein, (successor to UorganstcA 6c Broth
er, Oak Fron t .Big Ho. 13, Main street, V) arren, u.
1 have just received, and am now opening, my Fall
and Winter stork of Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Cn'simcrcs; Testings, etc., together with every variety
of Furnfcthing Goods. I would simply remark that
f rc 'a tlic extremely low figures of woolen goods East, I
have been induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY USUAL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those that are acquainted with toy mode of doing
business, are well aware that I will
TTPNETER BB UNDERSOLD tfTT
I do not have my -Clothing made up by any establish
ment in the 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 ol
vunnine down anv bodv. nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks when made ou me I take my revenge in
UNDERSELLING THEM !
Which, from my su)erior facilities in buying, I am
.huml.ntlv able to do.
As noting prices seems to be fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to be run during the
season, or until the small dealers about town come
down to my figures vix: Full suit cf Clothes, Coat,
I'ants and V est, f or 85 and upwards. A good Over Coot
for f ifiu.
Tty th j cord, consisting of Coats for $1,50, and Pants
for 74 cents I liats ana taps oi every siy le ana variety,
eheaner than the chearjest. Collars. Cravats, Tics,
fr-arfs. Undershirts and Drawers. Shirts, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortmentof everything
in mi line, and all I ask Is an inspection oi my gooas
and nrices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
oitlost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
Lave increased my basiness every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against
me, and have lived to see many oi my competitors
shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
that by aiming at one object, I have succeeded in
bringing down and keeping down the price of my goods
to the lowest figure at which a gooO article can be
CLOTHING MALE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit 1 To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Ho. 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am bound to sell lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL!
Come and see I Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the Post Office,
west side of Main street, arren, V.
Oct. W, '54. J. WJUlBiau.
COWLES, (late Cowles k Albert
) son,, 49 Weddell House. Cleveland, respectfully
Invite the attention of the citisens of Warren and the
surrounding county, to his assortment of fine W atches,
Silverware, Jewelry, House Keeping and Fancy Goods.
Their prices will be uniform and as low as any A.aest
tradesman can afford. Every article sold withbetruth
iuliy described and warranted as represented. Repair
lug in all it branches carefully and promptly done.
May 17, ie54 Iy
I? K. W1SELL Manufactu-p
-i rer of Carriages, buggies and tSj2-rt
Wagons. West side of the Mahoning riv- V
er, Warren, Ohio, keeps on hand a large assortment in
bis line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Rock
aways. of vnrious patterns, with ore, 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 different and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a godassort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Buggies, and two-horse
Wagons, all of which will he sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Reserve. By keeping none hut
the liest of workmen, and professing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
best material that can be procured, he feels confident
lliat he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
rmalily or prce, to every person who may favor h im
with a call. , .
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-liand buggies taken in exchange for finished
N. B. rATNTINQ and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire iL All work done at his manufac
tory is warranted. .....
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April 2-J. Ie53. liLl K. W1SELL.
THE EMPIRE STORE! Iddings &
I Morgan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Straw tinods. Par
asols, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, liroce
ries, fee, see.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies' Dress Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons. Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, tc, in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
Inn. Pillow Case Liiens. Shirting Linens, ate.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
the best makes ana most lasmuoamc i ics, uu iv atn
ilmir rwxis remilarlv. at the lowest nrices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be undersold as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren, Apr.1 li.
IAENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
X.J woull resiectful!y annince to the citizens of
vV .rrci., and to the public, tnat ne will sum oe lounu at
his ltu,.ius over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
operation that may be required of the Dental pru:essi-in
in an ..levant aud durable manner. He returns his
thanks fur last favors, a'id asks for a continuation of
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they sliouid be, in every sense of
the word. J. v. ill. ilKOuutla.
March lfi. li-34-tf.
EA. SMITH & CO., (Late Hovt,
. Bro. At Co.,) NO. 5, MAIN STKEKT, WARREN,
O. Dealers in Dras, Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations, I'erfuciery, stc. Also, a full
assortment oi i aints, muu. uiai--, luiuum.,
Brushes. Arc. Sole agents in the place for the sale of
juvne s raitiuv .-ittiit-iiiCT, ,.. . nci., , - .......
other impular remedies direct fruni tlie proprietors.
Family Mc.lirines and Physician's iirescriptions ac
curaUly and promptly put up
QPECIF1C IIOMCEPATHIC MED-
IO ICIM'S, j rcpartMl l y Prof. F. Ilumpereys, put np
in caes and a.iaj.iel tu t!;e use of families. The c:is
coctiiiu hfteen os.fjs cacU. of different kti.ili of medi
cine. AccuxBpnuyin each case is a 3Ja::ul or Practi
cal Treatise fr the adiiiiuiatraon of Honntpatltic reid
cdies. For sale by K. A. SMITH t CO.,
Agents for the sitlof the IIomo;K.4Jiic Secitic Ueme
ditfs. 'y s
the shtip nrii(;.Ll.NtiVOi;TI ft t 'ITCH, on Main
yt , -I dH.rs north cf Packard's Hardware store, where
thy will fintl a large assortuieiit of Stores, Tinware,
Jrtanned-ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Hrasi
KfttifS, and Hllow ware of all kfrds, Cnar and lnna.
Chk iit liulliujjswort!.! before you buy. Joh work
and repairing dune reainad ttmis ami with de
fl!a:ch. II(iLLINiaVOKTII & FITCH.
V.rr"n. 5I;y ?,
( OZ-OK liUJNINE, jut rwvl-
I ' vt-tliud fvral at hr Ct"-s, ;t
.!. I'UUTLKt Co.'s
CTOVES, TINWARE, &c.B New
IO Shop on Main Street. Those who wish to nV)
purchase thiites in his l.ne are invited to call at r
A NG1ER HOUSE, Cleveland, OI.ic
. V K. P. ANGIKlt l'r,.i r:,.r 'i
OSKPII K. ALUERTSON, Dealer
11 1V.T.I I..., .
... -a.n ., Ii . UOOD-, f., CtylUCT
Sxpertw Street and Fmhiic Syaarr, Cleveland, O.
. M. ITHMINOP. tarn .it .....
I M. CUMMINGS Si CO., Wkolewlc
tJ OrOrei-B .nil Pnmml!r.n V.. .k.i. Tt....,
Foreisn Wines and Liquors, Nails. Glass. Salt. Dm.s
.. Nos. If3 k. IS j liiver St.. ill Jc US on the Dock.
Iny 17. lr."-lv.
OUA1NARD & BUR RIDGE, En-ra
- vers and Lithorrai.lit-r trp-.l.l ni.i r-i
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, No. 4, Herald
w. a. i annua. jan 1 lyj jUi- taia1!d.
Comtr Public Square, ( leTrland, Ohio.
INCORPORATED MAY NINTH, 1S5I.
rpiIE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
X new and splendid Rooms, surpassing fn beauty
E. Gm F0L30M. A. 11.. Prine.n.? Pr.,',-..... A
Science of Aeconnts.
W. U. BltOrOIITOX and W. IIOLLISTFR- A...nt
Professors in the Book Keeping; iVpartmet-t.
A.J. Flit LI'S nd JOcKPH ItkATTIK PrAt.r.
of rracticjil and Ornamental Penmanship.
m. r . uujiioiu.i.ijctuireroB Cotumercla History
f d Art of Computation.
JOHN B. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantilr. m.
Bankint, Exchange. A-c.
linn.JOll CKOWKLL, TII03. II. IIAT and . B
PADIKR, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rct. J. A. TUOMK, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TERMS. IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, $40 08
For separate, in Penmanship, Flourishing,
c, as per agreement.
The desicn of the Institution is to afford as rood sd
Taatages as can be had in any similar one iothe Union,
to younff men about to assume the responsible duties
of the Counting Room. and rarious mercantile pursuits
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS Book Keepinz will be
explained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the conrse will
embrace some of the best practical forms of modern ac
countant. This science is often tanpht as if it were a
siecies of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forma
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons, ana reneranie precede uts for genuine philosophy,
making Uie whole field of the science a compiete "terra
incognita. To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
DAILY LECTURES, Ac. One or more lectures will
be girea daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
reuxuauniiiii. jicrcaniiT customs, isanmng, Kxcnanire,
Calculations, Correspondence. Commercial Lav, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial Ethics. Railroading, eVe
Besides the usual lectures on Law, dec, in Colleges of
this kind, there will le others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
iitruct on points allied to the course of study, and one
expressly m calculation.
PENMANSHIP, PRACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This department will be under the superintendence of
two of the best per. men or the day. Business writing
will he taught upon the new method of Folsom's Chir-
faythmography, executing to the beat of an instrument,
and producing the popular commercial hand in much
less tnan the usual time.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars. Cats
lorries, 5cc., and address the Principal.
1LA large library will he connected with the Col
lege, containing the rarious works on Book Keenlnc,
Mercantile Law, dec, to which the students will bars
access. InoT 15. 54
TTOLBROOK & LONG, Music Pub-
XX iishers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Music and Mnsical Instruments of every description
No. 100 and lus! Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
1.1st oi riAMos tor sale at the great Piano-Forte Wire
The celebrated STODART PIANO, un
equalled fur its rich and pure tones, elas
ticity of touch and dnrmiititjl.
Liirlit, ftewton at Uradrnry'f SILVER 8TRINGKD
PIANO, for which a sold hcoal was awarded at the
Chrystal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
nstitute, ixew loric.
Emerson's B0S10N PREMIUM TIAXOS, the bes
oanufactnred in Boston, Mass.
In addition to their splendid stock of Pianos kerl
constantly on hand, II. k L. offer to the public the best
AVLKiusii jiiAiiE liLlTAK, andalso imported Gui
tars, of the best Spanish and French patterns, togtthei
wiui raw I'm n uennan uuiiars
Ruled Music Paper of 19, 14, 16 lines, etc constant!!
on hand and manufactured to order.
VIOLINS and V10LINCELLOS. in everv varietv.-
.-trmrsior violin, tionneeiio. Tenor viol. Double Bass
Ouitar and Banjo. Violin Bows and Cases. Bow Hair.
Hnd (res. Pegs, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mutes, Koa
io, etc., etc.
Reeds. Drums. Piano-Forte Stools. Tuninr Forks
Tnninr Hammers. Tuninr Pines.
11 r"tealers and Heads of seminaries surtnlied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every article in the Music
line. 110LB&OOK LONG.
"TTNION HALL TRIUMPHANT."
ISAACS CLOTHING Aoaist thb Woblb !
Hvs Torn Do li. its and but Tor CLOT HI. NO ix
iSJMC A. ISAACS, Umimn Hail, Cleveland, O.
The Public areinrited to an inspection of the superb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTUINO now on
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which in
extent, Tariety, superiority of Workmanship, and j
Farhion, together with luwress of price, cannot be
beat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
l5Ars has just returned from the East, where he has !
received such bargains in Cloths and materials for i
manufacturing, that he has H now in his power and is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "cocked hat !" and he will commence by selling
the best Over Coat in the City for For a Doll a as ! and
Under-Coats, Pants and Vests of all descriptions in
proportion, laoL out for fun ! and come along erery
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all siies, from
men as large as the Giants that stmmd at his doors to
little wee fellows three years old, and as his Mammotl
Building is filled with Clothing of all qualities, he is
sure of being able to suit everybody Recollect that
he does not wish to humbug the people with Eastern
Slot Work for 50 per cent, less than any one else, as
he does not keep such trash; but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for lest
money than they can purchase the s&une kind of Goods
for In any other house in the Cnited States.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
Wholesale customers who buy for Cash.
JO Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Union Hall, corner of Svperior and Union Streets,
TTp LOOK OUT FOB TUB G LASTS. JJl
STRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
entitle men are daily br in if ing to licut new I area
tions, and the march of progress is onward ; persons
Bald, or becoming so, w.ll be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and long research combined, hare brought before
the greatest Wonder of the Ape, in the article of Eil
EKSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sura
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling.
See circulars to he had of agents. Price 8 1 .00 ic large
bottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt & CoM axd Geo. 4 dams.
Warren; J. Manning, loungstown; 1'rentics at &a
C. E. FISTIER tc Co Proprietors,
march S Ko. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0
VJOTICE JEWELRY AND FAN CI'
L 1 GOODS. J. R. Albektsok, formerly of the firm
Cowles 4t Albebtsok, has just opened a new Store in
the New Block the Crer tf Sufericr Strtet mnd
thm Public Syucre, Clcvtlmmd, Oat., where may bs
found an entire New Stock of
GOLD AND FILTER WATCHES.
ENliLISn. FKENC1I, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WARE of all kinds, rrrffs! isr Csia
NEW AND FASH ION All LE JEWELRY.
All kinds of PLATED and LT.1TANSIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES.
In short, everything that is New and Desirable In
this line, may be found cheaper than can be bought
STRANGERS should not fail to Tisit us before
Cleveland, Dec. 13, 1854-y
HANG OUT YOUR BANNERS ON
TUB OUTER WALLS, the cry isWHERB IS
your Cheap Groceries to be had I And the universal,
spontaneous answer comes thundering back from th.
throats of thousands of oar customers, "Go to DUN LAP,
STEWART h. REED'S, where you will find a full stock
of everything in the Grocery and Notion line, for sale
at wholesale or retail, as cheap as the cheapest and
cheaer than at some other places that could be named.
We are now daily receiving our Spring Stock of Goods,
consisting in part of the following :
SO hhds N. O. Sugar 50 boxes No. 1 II- rrii.g
20 bbls Coffee do 10 bbls Mackerel
20 do Pow'd t Crush'd 8 X do
SO do Molasjcs and lots S5bblsthalTesWhiteFish
of Syrups 50 boxes Soda Crackers
50 chests Oreen Tea 50 bbls Butter do
, SO do Black SfaO M Cisrars all grades
;5 butts Chewms Tobacco 15 kegs Ginger
5(im dox Cut and Dry 20 boxes Peppers
;i (.0 dos do for smoking 10 Longnose Pies
SO bbls do do
SO bags Pepper
5 tierces Rice
3 do Codflsh
10 boxes Ground Pepper
111 do do Cinm'n
50 boxes Rosin Soap
SO do Variegated do
2IKI dos Transparent do
50 dos do Bars
5 boxes Castile Soap
5 do White do
SO mats Cassia
511 bars Rio Coffee
SO mats Java do
5J boxes No. I Nutmegs
50 boxes Stearin. Candles
50 do Star do
50 do Tallow do
10 do Sp-rm do
Sim dns Scotch Ale
100 dos London Porter
An assortment of Sharing
Soaps of all qualities
500 dox Blacking
50 lus do Brushes
10 -rss Plnying Cards
million tiun Caps
A full assortment of all
kinds of Nuts
Raisins Figs and Prunes
Tai:ioca, Corn Starch
Farina 6ce Ac
Indigo, AlUpice, Starch
Sub. Carb. Soda
Scotch and JUccaboy Snuff Salaratus, Salt e
Aod thousands of articles which cannot be enumerated
in an advertisement, all of which we are prepared to
sell to merchants, grocers, landlords and families, at
wholesale or retail, at prices and on terms which can
not fail to give satisfaction. We respectfully request
" vou" to call and sec us. as we don't charge anything
fcr a sight, and not n-nch for possession.
lll'NLAP, STEWART & REED,
VTarr.-n. May ?, 1"5. and 5 Market Street
VTEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
1.1 The subscrilM?rs are now receiving a larire and
Jcsirabla Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
;ociretitiou fir re.e-.y, or in exchange for Produce
approved credit on short time will be given.
Warren, Oct. 1?, ibH. C. & M 1I0SER.
rpiIE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
-L E. HOYT A Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans.
Summer Goods, (Prints of the .himc A-ia,) Sheetings.
Kliached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Muslin Collars. apr Sti
MIE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
TWELVE YEARS ! There has been a great deal
l pQtftng and steaming roi:tg on in the town iaper.
a tiling I never was in Uie haMt or uotrg. i oniy ukt
litis iimple method of infurmtiig my old customers, and
the iM.c in general, tlwt 1 have commenced keeping a
fiill Grocery and Beer liall. on Main street. No. 41
4.n..3ii si.Mi.s ls.rt vi.n tin hnd such crocerv
littles usually k. j.t iu such a store. I also keep kerj w
uii liand a drs rale article ul A Lb and nnti in-
Tilt' all of thusc wl.o are friends of the same. The Hail
is kvi t e.peu e-.vrv d;-v. Sundays exci"ilcd.
Wircn, Ja;i.r,l,t, 1-vj-V D- BlillOr.
"JEW-YORK HOOK STORE. The
X fuVstriler having purchase! Mr. J. M ,r Tin's.
sto:k. takes this methud of iuforiuing the 4. i t ii.tr ns of
Warr:u and Trumi-ull euuiity. that in addition Io the
stock on hand, he is rrcciriiig and now opet iug,a
COMPLETE STOCK OK NEW BOOK ,
Stationary and Fancy Hotels as can le f'ui d In the
West, iiis tock of Books cosui rises Ilistoi ies, Trav
els. Kr.uj.nces. Encyclopedias. Biographies, Works on
Elocution, Architecture, Apiculture, Theology, (leolo
ry. Philosophy, Physiology, Phrer.olojry, Herks on
Spiritualism, Mystic Ordrrs, Aunuals and Album.
AIo. all the new Publications worthy of note, piles of
School Be iks, l oth old and new, now in use in the ser
eral school districts, BiMes from 50 rts. to f H, Prayer
and Hymn Bcrnkr, for all detmminatinns.
JUVEN ILK AND TOY BCOKS
In prcat Tariety, Letter Writers, Song and Dream
Books, Astrologers1 Books and Cards.
In this department are offered erery description of
Good, French. American Laid, Wove, Cap. Bill. Let
ter and Note Paper of he best quality, and Envelopes
Comprising Ledgers. Journals. Record, Cash, Inroice,
Time. Log, Note, Keceipt and Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, 3aps, Chessmen and B:ard.
Dominoes. LMccand Cnps, Playing and Printing Cards.
Paper Weights, Calendars, Letter Clips and Billhuldern.
Adiiress Cards, Plain, tiilt, Emlosed and Illumined,
Curd Cases, Pearl, Ivory and Illumine!.
Drawing Books, Cards, Paper and Drawing materi
als, luks. Wi-iting Fluids, Pens and Lead Pencils.
Leaves, Wire, Paper, etc., for Artificial Flowers, and
large assortment of English, French, German nd
American Toys, Weekly Papers from Bston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals. Harpers1 Putnam's,
Graham's, Uodey's and Methodist National Magazines,
Lethe's Book of Fashions and Yankee Notion.
The purchasing community will find always on ha nd
ft large stock from which to make their selection, at
extremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Book Store. No. 33, Main street, a few doors south of
)he Post Office.
Warren O., Oct., 1th. 134. B, A. A. BALDWIN.
TATCI1ES, CLOCKS, Jewel-
ry, fcc. The subscrilers hare just re- g
eeired a larire stock of Goods in their line, which,
witn their former stock, makes a rery desirable assort
ment ; among which are Gold and Silver Watches , Sil
ver. Silver Plsted and Brittania spoons; Breast Pins;
Finder Kings; Ear Rings; Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases ; Watch Chains, Seals and Keys ; Scissors ;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pen and Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks; Razors : Percussion Caps and Pills; Silver
Plated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Limps ; Lamp GloWs, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
and Coffee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe. Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brushes; Melo
deons ; Guitars; Banjos; Yolins ; Flutes; Fifes; Ac
eordeons; Flageoletta and Tancborines ; Hair Pins and
Combs; Waist Slides aud Buckles ; Purses; Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Stctl
Beatts, and a groat variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war
mnted to perform well, at a reasonable exfiense.
To our old custemers we tender our thanks for the
patronage the establishment has receive.! for the hut
thirty -six years. WALTER KING SON,
Dec lt&2. No. 9, Main Stu, Warren, O,
TULES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
t Retail Dealer in Cloths, Waichcs, Jewblst, Sil-
tbr-Wakk. and Fakct Gooos, Warren, Ohio. Q.
Having just returned Irom the eastern Man
ufactories, I brought with me a Tery large
assorunent or extra-Due fengasn Lever natcn
es, in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a saerinr
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for tining horses. Also, English Lever
Railroad Time Keepers, in Silver Hanging Cases; and
a larger stock of Detached Lever and Leplne Watches
than was ever before offered in this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, I natter myself, ia a better selection
than 1 haTe ever before made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer quality, than has here
tofore been brought to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing it sell
again, will find a large 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.-ofits as any other establishment in the country.
A few fine Double Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
be sold Tery low. Now ia the time for securing a good
rarrain. can soon ana see tor yourselves.
Watches, Jewelry, Jtc, carefully repaired and war
ranted. iL r s.n graving neatJy done.
TVTEW STOVES ! T. II. MORLEY
Jc Co. are constantly making additions to their
large and well selected stock of Store Patterns, so that
they are now able to furnish customers with the most
desirable patterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
tneix assortment are tne roiiowing ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, No. S.
do Improved do do do do
This Stove is truly the Farmer's Store, for after an
unprecedented run of fiTe years, the demand for them is
The Womans Rights Cool Store, No. 1 , for wood or cool.
do do do do No. S, do
do do do do No. 4, for wood.
This is a new pattern of Coal Store, just got out ly
us, with elevated oven. No. 1 ia intended for a dining
room Store, having two boiler holes and a large capa
cious oven for baking or keeping meats warm. No. 8
has four 8 inch holes for boiling.and is adapted to small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and ft
very large oven, and is adapted to large tanuiies.
The Bang rpN Cook Store, No. 4.
do Western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies do do
do Great Western do do for coal.
These Stores have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
cious ovens below the fire chamber. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
re unsurpassed. They are perfect bakers.
The following are some of their Parlor Stoves ;
The Cottage Franklin Coal Store, No. 3.
do do do do No. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stores, which
took the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty and
conrenience, they challenge competition, as the extra
ordinary sales this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Store, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. S, do
The Jewett at. Root Store, Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Bex,
nd Dairy Stores-.
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stove Foun
dry east of Tayler's Warehouse, on the canal. Machine
Foundry, east side of Liberty street, en the canaL Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Market street. War
ren Ohio. jan 19
f AHONING COUNTY ,dBZ,
JLTX premium CARRIAGE SHOP,
Canfleld.Oluo. The subscriber takes .
this method to inform the generous public, tuat 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 line. Having a large stock of new material al
ways on hand, and Uie best of workmen to do it up in
tyle that cannot be surpassed by any establishment in
the country, those who wish to purchase Carriages cr
Buggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at my shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and I am
nx afraid of competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say to all who wish to get a good
article, they would do well to call on this establishment
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 BUGGIES in exchange for old ones. All kinds
of Lumler taken in exchange for work.
Tne subscriber flatters himself that by strict attention
of himself and hands to business, he can hare a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful for aii former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new ones.
Canfield. May 6. 1o3-t M. SWANK.
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
2rf "ru v tup Pivir tv.
tihfAwrthr ha nnw on hanrl. anrf frill atSwir.
all times keen a lartre lot of CAR-
CIAGES. BUGGIES and WAGONS on hand, of erery
description, style and grade of prices.
His experience in business, and the extent of his shop
enables him to furnish any description of work in his
line, on the shortest possible notice, whether ii be the
p-mirig up of a splendid BAROUCUR, or the common
BTGG i , the materials for which are at all times kept on
His WORKMEN are unsurpassed by any in the coun
try, and his work shall equal if not surpass any eastern
Baggies and Carriages ready for use, will he ex
changed for Lumber, Country Produce.oryoung Horses.
Second hand Burzies taken in exchange for new ones.
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS always on hand, and for
ale at the lowest prices.
Those wishing any work In my line of business, are
invited to call at my shop and examine my work aud
prices, and they cannot fail to be pleased in regard to
both. Jly shop having become a permanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like riding in an
elegant and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a
substantial farm or road wagon or cart.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
JJ" pAU work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warren, March lc52 y II- C. BELDEN.
rHEAPCASII AND READY-PAY
J BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
MENT, No. 2(1, Main Street.
Street, Warren, Ohio, hare the pleas- csV l
ure of announcing to uie citixens oi
Trumbull count r and the public in
general, that they are receiring and manufacturing the
lurirest, cheapest and best Msortment of BOOTS and
SHOES ever hrought to the Western market, which
Ihey now offer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and
icady-pay system. Their stock consists of
Men's Coase Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd Imitation B'ts;
Hungarian do: 44 French Calf sew'd, steel ks;
44 Kip do; 44 Brugaas;
Calf Pegs do; 44 Kip and Calf Biogans;
Boys Boots and Brogans, all kinds.
Ladies' Jenny Lind Boots, Buskins and Ties; Ladies'
Patent Leather Buskius and Ties, and Morocco BooLi;
Wishes' Sewed and Pegged Gaiters and Shoes, of all
kinds; Children's Shors, fcc.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS Jc TOOLS ALL KIND!
Morocco. Calf Skin and Ipner Leather, and erery -
thin? usually kept in our line, which will be sold for
as A. lower th.in can he fnDd elsewhere in the etmi.ty.
April 14. lK'tt. J. MrCONNkU. fc CO.
pHANDLER SHOP. The "subscri-
j l-cr announces to the citizens of Warren, snd the
ablie in gren.ril, that he has established s Chamlk-r
tfhop, where he intends to mrtnuLicture Canutes, wirs
.nd superb article of S.in?ffes, which will always be
on liiiml at Wholesale and Retail prices.
JTf'Tbe I'ronrietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vantrot's Jewelry
Btore, Warreu. Ohio.
Ilj'Tbe highest fie. in Cash, will le p'i for
Talluw and Lar.l. Id 13 A. L. C. DAY. Aitent.
EXTENSIVE Millinery Exhibition.
The subscribers bejc to inform the ladies of War
ren, that tliey have received a splendid assortment ol
llonn-ts. Ribbons, Silks. Lawns, k'rencu Hoers,lresa
and Mantilla Trimmings, arc, 4tc which we are pre
pared to sell very cbek. Those who will favor us with
a call, will, we trait, be amply repaid f ir their trouble.
al,r so S. K. UOVT A. CO
p REAT BOOK, from if.e pen of Mrs.
VT Oore. the distinguished authore of the "Hacker's
Wife," "Atednejr." "Heir of Selwood," ce., entitled
MAMMON, UK TI1K 1IAKD5I1IFS Or' AJi HKlRKiS
Just published from an advance Euiflish copy, in or.e
volume, lima. Trice in cloth, l; paper covers, 75j
This is the latest production from Uie ieii of Mrs. Ucrc,
and many of the Knglrsh preaS accord it high praise,
lor sale at ImaytlJ KALUW IN'S.
OfAA FEET CLEAR, DRY. PIXE
OvUVLfMBKR, 14. IS, 1' nd2 inches thick,
suitable for ah, Blinds aud Doors, for sale by
Oct ii. IrSi. l'ACKAKU ox II Vlt.NU.M.
FARINA, Tapioca, Corn St.-.rch, liro
ma. Cocoa, Chocolate, .c, at th
aj.r. 45. N KW YOKK ST0IIK.
OU RENT. -
Tart of a brick dwelling hnu?. litKiVrd " (Juitt-
lyhi'.l. lti-i-iirerf T. 11. X'.HLBV or. Ct.
Warren, May 3
Pit J-ill.N BLT.U
som icr hi NO
NEW AND VALUABLE.
Tha BMt pnverfnl Kins; on the the of tho trfeba now
Brians vupivnir tn tho Aimrlran KepoMie. Th powwT
mf ibm m.wDl tMfJof k.nr.pt ink into fauagnlnnaassj
when eupart-d 10 our AmrritM Kinc
Kuropvaii kinaricplny the powrr vmted la thwsa ts
tnerware the ri-tir t f the r b and lordly, and to rodae
to i-reatar misery aud il-rmilAtion. the poor aud depaadr
ut. Our Aair.aQ Kli throes forth witbeu.ual wiiiins
m to re krt!r ininwiu and the humtW caUn, raady
alike to aiaiiui-r rr-lwf. and to ooVr benlth and happfe
nmm to the lofij ud luwly, th Ttch aad tl pour
Dlt. JOHN LUJLL'S
GREAT .AMERICAN KING
fs tho Turra Woxoej: or ms Wosxnv and tho greatest
bhtann; ev-r offt-rrd to afiik-ted baraanity; to tho su
fcrio niilsiona th Doctor can nay, relW-f is at your eosa
saand. Vou have only to ix this mairieal remedy. Ail
thoas who still sutfrr, and will n 't accept tha prOskrrad
balm, drre nt tlie pity of lhair fmiliea.
This wonderful meUiciue.duriuje tnobrirf psrlod staca
Kj iutitvtuetiim. has carried h.-ppinm to tb hsartaaf
thouKands. aud Biada lite a charm to many who harato
ara re-rded it ouly as a painful aud mtaarahia axhaV
To th winds with all Mnlment FmbrtxaUons, Paia
CUlt-rs. and tin l.xtr-C;rs. and Wt mUiiona of jriad
tonut-a pnTttiia the amitaof the crat teAmericaa
Kln of lain." a prrptmtion rooipoaed solely of
alrlW and rots, produmt ly Aaerica'owa rich aod
aountett m il.
Vk would ak th LDua, who an always competent
judges of wh-ttivitnd wbat W not a -aluai4e family sasaV
kinc. to do usn special titr ly ivlnic th Kins: of tmim
a single tri.nL and if nalistact4ry. saert their lufiueae
la lU Ubiif reeuuitcwmd it, speak wall and often of It,
and a-e timt it b ui-tl l-T tivir aii.irted neighbors. Tha
Ladwan-aavBrKarita Al. and when they indiKatbabr
suileriuf r-hiiU to ow tilt ral.y luaba medleiaa.
they will he tlointf oji a t of heneToIeaea that thay oaa
weii he pmuti vt liiU is a powerful and truly-matrleal
twiuedy all eit rnal diwaxe- area. swalliofrs. bursa,
Ac and f r nvany iutorual aiii ietinna. it Is a ceriasa ear,
yet it ii perft-rtly harntlcss, and inapabl cf produdas;
the huist iujurtuiu tiVu ia th moat delicate caas or
the weakyt oumiitution.
Jt ia eutirelr uselss to lllow th old and worn-oat
trstrtn of puUisliins to tho puMic thooMnda of eertta
nate of woiricrs. pLrfnnel by this medieia. It eosta
but twei:t-live cents to try it, and L. Bull ataksa hta
well-earn d n.-puUtn oa tha king of fala doiaf ail
and mre than he churns fur it.
W would k hat yna th Rhaumatisni or Gout;
thesa ar tv-t ph-actnt eompnnioBa, and w kaow that
yoa w..ul i like to driv thcia away as soon aa poasibl
-i:lli;s KTNQ OF PAIN.
Would vou t cured alravvt Immediately of Bowal
Oompuiiut. iKsentcrr. utuioer Com plaint. Cholera Xos
bus. Cramp Cboiie. Jieal Acbe, rooiu or any otaar
ar paiu, tut Teuiwlj is siuiple and Lho car crrtaia,
VSE TI1S GKKAT KINO OF PAIX.
VaoIJ Ton haT roar Sres. SwelHnn. Cuta.
Oalds. Kruisaa, or any other wouada beaied, w
It. use tha
af A01CAL KINO OF TAJX.
Would tou be cured cf Scald Head, 9tl3 Jotnta, flora
Ttroat, Nfiuraleia. .orw Breat. Iimhao, TtUr or Bins;
Worm. lN.lt Khruoi. bitesof 1'ohoucus Inseeta, Chapped
iUivda, aod all Other eillvr Dry or Banning, w
sy again and agaia. rota sajildt in. jenn buu s
" KINO OF PA IX.
WfiaM ron bs rrrred of Kins Y.tfL Cancer, Tnmor.
Erupthns, or any diMatw of the Sk'a caused by tmpura
bkMMl. thn use Dr. John Bull s Sarsaparilia lutaraauy,
and the Kins; of Fain ai tern illy, notnini,
asrtain than a "paedy aod oectual cur.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
This medlein. wHn asad accDrdiag to dbvctaoaa
will car, witltoat Uil :
or Kind's KtH.
of the Ms. in. Krjsipeiaa
Tumors, Cltrouie tore Kyea,
King Worm or Tetters. Jrald Head.
Kheumatism. Pains In tb Bones or
Joints, Old Sres and Vlrera, Swellinjt af
th titan Is. Svphilis, lypepsia, S-ait Kheam,
Diseases of the Kidneya Iwumi arising fron ta
usacMsreurr.LoMvf Appetite, Tain in the ! aad
Bbouldera, jVc neral iMKiiity, Luiubatfrv. Coombs. Coida,
Dropsy, Jaundice. CostiTeneas. brooch it is. Ueaknessof
Qieac. Sore Throat, rulmonary afl.ietkna and all other
lbeaaes tendine to produce Ci.tisumptfcn. Liver Coav
P taints, tenvue InrKUiantiesana compiainu. aew
Spirits, Pick and nervous lieatl-acfae, N int awaata,
Asxpoaurea, or Imprudence ia Life, Chmnie Coa--atitutional
Disuses, and as a Spring and
gummer Drink, and ienertl Tonic sr tne
System, and a tiautle and' Pleasant
PuvntiT. it Is superior to sUua
luck and Co u, reus Water,
T u i-imrkiM fart, that amosf th handreds of
eminent phys-riane who ha.e examined th recipe by
which Bull a Sanaparilia is prepared, not one baa eon
demiMd it, hut all approve it. and eomzneud it ia tha
highest terms. 3iuv pV-vsirians expresa themserna
trooicly in the belief that it Is dcciicdly the beet prepa
ration of Sarsaparitia that has ever teen placed befir
ih. mM;r Althoii -h tbrresr DiacT Dhrwciins wh
tool a re! acta nee to ha ittg thvir names appended to th
iwaoauntiidatiott of any ptirti'-uUr renielr, notwitn
gfsawip. tbey way approre of it in the highest decree;
there are others who frankly yield their support ia nwor
of a remedy which they know Is wpable of doimr sa
much good in an alllifted community. As an evidence,
read the fcllowla(c from old and resptvtahla physician,
Mnign sta&oinjs iu tne cooiBiuui.y us wuu wj
Xs-ftstimonr I, th. fcDowlne renders norvrflnoosi
llcommenuon theeffi'aej cf Hull s fsrsipsnlia. fwm
Dr L. P. Yandell, ITofessor of Chemistrr In the Loo is
lli. Medical CoUes. : I bar. looked o,er th. list of in
mdiraU eomposin- John Bull s Compound Extract of
SarsapariUa and have so hasitation in savin that tin.
farm a aafs compound, and one that jromiK wil ir
abroitia iir s to wliUt it is applieal.le.
LocisnLia, June 6,
What Dr. Pylea. phrslcUBi b appolntiMt to th.
UoisiUU ilarln. Uospitai, says cf itull s SarsapariU
Iytcnnua, aTateh 20, ISitL
I haT. eismlned the prescription fcr the preparatioa
wf John Bull s SarsapriHa,and I belie,, th. eombina.
tiom to b. an axeellent m and well calculated to pro
cas an alteratir. ImpresJon on th. srstssa. I nai.
wsl it bcth In public and prlTato practice and UunkV
It is th bast artici. of Sarsaparilla now
Xesldent Fhrsklan LooIstBI. Marin. UojpitaL
Better testlmonr than was erer offered in IhTOr of any
MdicuM. Ke. H. W. Sehon Kee. IL Stewnson :
W, hve. used Jobn Irall s Swsaparilla. and bar
known it to be used, with .ntlre astisttction : and ww
kan no hoitation in stattoeour belief, tbut it is a sass
and TaluaVl. nMdical eomiwund. and calculated to pro
duosmuch rood and reUempch sutlennir; nd Umt.
would cheerfully and most mtmsUj recommend it
We would .srrwwtlT Invite sil persons who are sn War
ing with any cf th. ills that Best. Is b.ir to. to call on
Dr! John Bull s agent, and get a -opy of Boll s i aniily
Journal grati.: and tat th. salt, of hojnanilyw. hep.
hat a singl. individual will not he fcnnd unwilling M
rlr. Bull s Sansparilta a trial after.Teadin. and recoW
lectinr. at tb. sum tlm that it is lmpc.il. V. fcr th
KeSTto nul lish th. tenth portj ?i the numrofr
tlriaatis of astounding cures performed by his pa
rllla. The amount of tastlmouy voluntarily rdwweeed
n Dr. Bull s earsaparilla. from wU known and : stja
nisbed individuals, both in public and private lile, haa
ken perfeetlTOTWTrheluiloc. JBi.ii
srDr. John Bulls 1-rlncipal oftUe, West Sid TUlm
Btnat, first door beiow Slain, LooiniUe, Ky.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
n bakclat sti! k kt.
1 1 nrru streft.
IlEW IUKH. I
rot, bau sr
tBTOOISTS AND MEilCHAXTS TXlKOCGfJOCT THB
CNrnSD STATES, CANADA, MEXICO, AND
TUB WEST INDIES
The above valual le Medicine, fresh and pare, just
&iZ f"le by E,A. iMITUCl(..J.
K arren; H. II. Mason, nes, ,wm. Lfi;ij1??r
DR. J. B. MARCIIISrS
ptt -p-R-RATED CATHOLICOir,
FOR BELIEF ot CUKE OF St'FFEKINU FEMALES.
It s-.nds pre-eminent for its curative powers in all
dia ases for which it is recommended, usually called
Of these are Prplai -ns Vfri, or Falling of the Womb;
Flour Albus,or Whites; Chronic Inttamation and LI
eeration of the Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage, ot
Flooding; Painful, Suppressed and Irregular Menstrua
.; a,, -ith all their accompanying evils, (Canee
excepted.) no matter how severe, or how long standing.
Tne i;airioiicou ir -j, -..-e
more certain, less expensive, and leaving the system
in a better condition. Let all interested call and oitair
a ramphlet (free) containing ample proof, from the
most respecfcii'le sources, of the beneficial results of its
use: together with letters from hichly experienced Phy
sicians, who lUfC used "it in ttuir practice, and speak
from their own observations.
P. B. Psx KAASi, M. D- I'tica, S. Y.
L. D. Fi.KMlrts, M. D-. Rochester X. T
M. U Milds, M. ir., Rochester. N. T
D. V. loon. M. V., Syracuse, N. V
Pruf. Uinikt. M. D., Baltimore, Mil
J. C. OaRH.a, M. D-, Balumore. M.I.
W. W Kxixe, M. D., New-York City
W. rE ott, M. D , t'onconl, S. 11
J. P. Niklakd, IT. D, Ctica, N. V.
Ker. C. S. Bkaku, Glenn Springs, S.
Phamplets tol e had gratis at th- Stare of E. A. SMITH
ti Co., Agents, DruirgLsts, Warren. O. Also sold by L.
W. Mears, North Bloon.neld, James K. Sexton. 1 oungs
own, and by most of the lcaJing- Druggists in the ad
TLelltr midrtttci It th eta-t . Jfr. Cmrtit
Utck, Jgeut at Rearm, 0i-
To Dr. Maki'Hisi : I hare been ten years troubled
with Female Complaints prolapsus nteri. end ail the
attending difficulties; at times rendcrini my life not
miserable. I have hail the attendance of soma of the
best physicians, with but little success; the most they
could do was to relieve o cure was 001 of the question.
Fur five months before commencing with yoor nie heme
T hul been able to nert'orm any labor, eouid walk
on: a few steps at a time, and scarcely went out of doors
in short, 1 was cocipieu-iy irwi.nw, m wmu
and body, anil exi-ected to drag out vie rest 01 my days
in suffering and misery. But, reliiig yir advertise
ment, I was induced to try your uiiaiua.-ie rueuicine
ca)!e.l Vteriue Catlulicon. as the last resort, liirul not
sel it a week before I fell like another woman, liy the
use cf three bottles I was enabled to perfurm al the la
bor furs, x in the family with ease, and could walk any-
wiicre iu the ncii!h..orhio.l witiiuai iiiiury. routing
but a (:. uf my duly to you ana to tne amicten. n.is
induced me to state m casc to tne iiuni.c. 1 can s neiy
rcvummend lire prj-iarat;.n to all those suUerinx like
n"' rl!- (-'-.'"e. ts. ifiuil . Hi-i-H..
Vreii.l.r-, rorta-- C".. Cui.
2;-J. H. M.!tt;IIISl tit Co.. rroprietors, lentrk
T .i. :l Milt. Nc V irk
Yt art n. J I- T
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TUB GREAT ITRiriKl: OK TflB RLOOO !
Al . I'nrtieit . Mcrarrf in ii.
Lt tui Arru -rro Keao ass Pohum?
An Inrtllilile R-mr.Ir for ScrofoU. Kind's Kvil, Rheo
matlsia.Olistinats CuLtneous Ernpti.,ns, Pimples or
7.1 . 1 ,r 'oUl.es. Boils. Aioie an.l Fe
er. Chrome Sor. Ry, tlmx Worm or T-.-IWr, Scald
L "rf"""' J1"1 "t 'c 15 .nes and Joints.
,7 disorder,, I.5.1;..
fn r, 'Zv ' '; v '' m"
'.hee srury- i0
1tT?"This sreat altemtire mxllrl.. . n
Blood s now used ! I , thousand, of grateful ,,ie,.ts
from ail parts of the United States, wao testify daily to
',",n:,rk;,le Prformed by Uie preatrst of
; . ' . vr. jiiixuaa. - rieuralirir
Rieumatum, Scrofula, i!ni tions of the Sain. LiWr
'aue, tms, ncers. um sores, Aleetions of the
Kidneys. Diseases oi the Throat, Pemle Complaints
Pains and Achioiof the Bones and Joint.
put to flight by nsing this great and inestimable rem-
tor all diseases of the Bloo.1, nothing lias yet been
fonnd to compare- with it. It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts zentl. ami (ii-i.-.i .1. . : "
and Kidneys, strengthens the Dijtestion, ?i.es tone to
u.e "omcn. nues tl.e skin clear and healthy, and re
stores the Constitution, enfeebleri h Ai
down hy the excesses of youth, to its pristine rigor and
for the Ladies, It is incomparable better lh. .n .,.
cosmetics e,er used. A few doses t Cuns'i 8pak
isii Mii-max will remove all aallowness of complexion,
bnns; the roses mantling to tlie cheer, rive elasticity
to the step, and improre the ceneral health in a re
marsahle Ueg-ee, beyond all the medicines ever heard
The larea number of eertifict. htk v.
eeired from persons from all parts of the United States
me oess enaence mat there is no liumimrr about it
The press, hotel keeners. urieniM 1
paMiem-n, well known to the community, all art. 1 their
.tmn.-t.!h,'"9nderfal ol "' GKKAT
Call on the Ascrrrand tir!lni....j ai
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
None fnuine unless simed Biairci r A Bens, Pro
prietors. No. 3. Pearl street. Birhmnn.l T. , k
all orders for supplies and asenries must be addressed
For sale by K. A. Smith At Co.. Wari-n ; J. Camp
bell, Newton Falls ; B. Brown, Ohlton : Geo. Hazlett-
tMitaTus , S. . Mears, Bloomfleld, and by Dealers in
.Hcumue. every wavre. I UOT ZS-yl
T ITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Jan nd ice. Chronic or Nr v.i,;i:i. m .
of the Kidneys, and all Diara t.tH.r. . ..;
dered Lirer or Stomach ; such aa Constipation, inward
...,,luni, vr diooo 10 we nea.1. Acidity of the
Stomach. Kansea, Heartburn, Dismn for Food. Full
nes or Weitrht in the Stomach.
'-??rlntterins,tb tof the Stomach, Swimmiui
of the Head. Hurried and Dime.lt k,hi..
ineat tlie Heart, Chokins: or Suffocatinp: Sensations
when in a lyinj posture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or
"' "dht, Ferer and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
c Sudden Flnshes of Heat, Bnrninf in the Flesh
Constant ImarininKS of Evil, and Great Depression of
Spirits can be effectually cured by
r. UoonaniTs Celebrated German Bitten.
DVr? C- M- So. 120 Arch street.
Their power over the ikni. r- 1. . 1
if equalled, by any other preparation in the United'
States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful
physicians had failed. These Rit,. k. -.-
attention of inrahus. Possessini treat Tirtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Lirer and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are, withal
TESTIMONY FROM OIHO.
Jobw HoffTXArl. Jerome avi lie. Ohin v..
said: I write to state for your satisfaction, and also ,
for that of others, that your German Bitters is what you
V """ ,wu "igniy vaisnoie medicine, which
I know from having used it in mv own famil. to m.
entire satisfaction. All who have seed it rive the ..m.
BTxratif A. Miait. Canton. Ohio. Mav 11. 5
ays: "Having heard your German Bitten hlvlu..
recommended from source In which I placed iluis
eonndenee, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of them I rave to my daughter who has derived great
benefit from it ; two of the others I sold immediately,
and I wonld like yon to send me a supply of it to sell.
' vunn, nrunswicK, Ohio, May 28, 1854. says:
Tour German Bitters have Droved snceM.fnl in u-w
ease that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
v. iwii m gtca aem.ua.
Thomas LrrrHroan, Covington, Ohio, Dee. S7th.
1P5S, says : "My wife has been affected with the f.iv.e
eomplaintand Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring- but
she receiv-d very little benefit therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cored. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; she took two bottles
and ever since taking them she has been able to attend
i ner Dosinesa, until very lately she had a new attack
bnt has again commenced the Bitters. I have mid
quite a number of bottles through her recommendation
"d far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D. Abbott, Anstinborgh, Ashtabula county, Ohio
December 5th, 1853, says "Permit me to bear testi
mony to the remarkable efficacy of your medicine in
the cure of Liver Complaint, For years previous to
taking your Bitters, I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint; so much so that I did not expect to live
but by a free use of your medicine, thank, to a kind
Providence, 1 find mvself entirelv mstoreH Ia hoaitr
and able resume my cmployme it."
lueeeDiucT. are nareit ttfttamu and free 'rom
Alcoholic stimnlant and all injurious ingredients, mi Id
is their operation, they strengthen the system, never
For sale by B. A. Smith dt Co., and Porter Co.
arren; 6. Haslett, Gnstatus ; "J. S. Mears, Bloom
field ; J. Campbell Newton Falls, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov 29 le54-y
VOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
X HUDSON THB FALL SESSION of th iln
tuqition will open en Monday, the 11th day of Septem-
tZJ TTTTION CIIARGES :
Elementary branches, including U. 8. History,
Watts on the Mind, etc., per quarter of 11
weeks, f4 CO
Academic coarse, 5 g
Mnsic Piano or Melcdeon, 2s lessons - - 8 DO
Use of Instrument, - o jn)
Drawing or Painting in Water Colors, per qr, 3 00
Oil Painting, per qr., 6 00
French, " " ..... 300
In order to meet the expressed want of the
nity for larger accoaimodationa and to adapt the course
of instruction more perfec.lj to the age and iHammrntf
of the pupil, a
oaa been eonatitated, for which a convenient room haa
been secured adjacent to thoee now occupied, and ia
in successful operation. The tuition charges in this de
partment will he Three Dollars.
Parent or cnardiana and other friends of education
are reapectfally invited to Ttsit the Institution at any
hour during the daily sessions which maj suit their
Jttapils 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,
Raring ha.1 some opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Ladies' Seminary of Hudson, and their successful labora
in commencing and conducting it thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recoaisrending the Institution
to the patronage of the community aa one in which may
be secured the benefit of a thorough, derated and re
fined education for young ladies in a superior degree
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the Tic: nity
upon the establishment of such a Seminary under s a
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.
RBV.6.B.PIliCE,Pres. W. J.W.SMITH,
PROP. H. N. DAY, R. Col. WM. H. SESSIONS,
DR.G.P.A3HMUN, RKV.J.C HART,
RKV.N. BARRETT, HOS.V.R. HUMPHREY
PROP. N. P. SKY MOCB, R K Y.T. B. FAIltCHILD,
A. A. BREWSTER, REV. HARVEY COR.
Hudson, April 2ti, 1854-y
w rv Air AITH1 PAD m Tl T?e
i uui uut r ui. j. nisiVi-'
J. J OHIO CtOTHINO STORE, JV. 17.
Main Street, Warren. Ohxo.
The subscribers would inform the customers and the
public in general, that we haTe 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 th Cheap
est. We will not be UNDERSOLD by any.
We hare on hand a large stock of Orer-Coats,
Dress and Business Coats of all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of erery quality, style and color now in use ;
Rubber Orer Coats, Under-shirts, Drawers, Pine White
Shirts, Collars, Crarats, and in fact everything kept in
an Establishment of the kind.
We also hare on hand a large stock of Cloths, Casi
meres, Yestings, to sell or make up ta order oa
the shortest notice.
jr Warranted to fit or ao sale.
Gentlemen, one and all, yoa are respectfully inrlte.1
to call and examine our Ooods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save money by so doing
J. f ITE at SON.
Warren, Not. 1, 1PM.
MILLS ?! The undersigned Ul
gned take this method of
informing the farming public, tnat still continuing to
manufacture Fanning Mills, they hare so far improved
the same as to be able, not only to take out foul seeds
from Grain, better and fanter than any other mill now
in use, but also to perfectly separate, or take out, tha
rat dirt that may be lodged in the same.
They can also take Timothy, Clorer and Flaxseed in
the chaff, and by once running it through, can make it
perfectly mercantable. Their PI ax seed and rat dirt
cleaners are their own inrentions, deduced from mocb
study and experimenting the i-st winter, and are such
as are not to ie found in any other mill extant. They
invite aii who need mills to call and examine theirs
before purchasing elsewhere; and as their mills are
always warranted, they can run no risk of being im
posed upon with a poor mill.
Farmington, July 19. W. CCTITIS Ac SONS
EDICAL NOTICE B. MORTON
M. D-, Pity sat athic o Botanic Pktsicia a!i
Sr'noio, would respectfully inform the i'nnlic (tuner-
llv. that he has located himself at aewton rails.
where he will attend to all calls in his profession, at
his OtBce or at prirate dw.liiogs.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
of old Chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Livur
Omptaints, diseases of the Lungs, Kidney. Skin,
Bronchitis. Ann static Afflictions, and all diseases
arisinr from an impure state of the blood. Also all
diseases peculiar to the female sex.
Or. Morton's remedies are purely vegttmote anu me
water-ewe. discarding poisons of erery kind, both
mineral. Testable and animal. lie wilt also keep on
hand all kinds of Botanic Medicine, both simple aa J
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, &c.
fcc lor sale.
Newton 'alls. Jor. 2, 1S54. Inor O-tr.
THE DANCING PART OF
r-ni m i v i t v u.-, would --Tt!uH. r-r
attention to a splended lot of fltm'itt .txks, warrant
ed to lit any. Lind of a foot; which must be sold, or
given away, call soon aud examine.
J A3 JJtCOSSKL Ci.
4 SHORT DIALOGUE OJS 1XUWS.
I V 1st Former. Neighbor, what Plow do yo use ?
SVrr-t.UVII. 1 hare J. Long's No. 4. an4
several other kind, tut Morley's Star flow beats them
1st Farmer. I must f to Wsrres) and get a St r
Plow. (Hoes to Warren and returns in course ot uie
SaW Farmer. Ilallo, Neighbor, what haye you g Jt
1st Farmer. One of Morley s Double Plows, lie says
It heats the Star flow, and no mislnlte.
iad Farmer. Cant be possible .' but f it docs. I
Bill lay one. (Keil ' Farmer; and tra the .)
IT;. prnVie Plow prove to be the best ; in fact it do-
better work than any single Plow can do. This we gum
1: or no anu'. . -T. II. Sl'-rKLEV if Co.
April 5, 13r4.
"TrIjIvAL BY EXPRESS. We ure
. 1 constant!? receiviegby ftxpreAs.thenewpanlte.
ioir-i .f the day thew corae frout the prusi.