Newspaper Page Text
[From the Ohio Cultivator.]
THE PERPLEXED HOUSEKEEPER'S
SOLILOQUY. BY MRS. F. D. GAGE.
I with 1 had a dossa fairi
- Of hud. tola vvry rnloaw ;
IM na put nil tin thing! w right
Ths ntj 4miC Is In It.
Her,, nbif washing to be done
On pair of hands to do it
Sheets, dura and stockuigs, coat and pants.
How will I t'er get through It T
Dinner to get (or iiz or more
No loaf left o'er far 8un.lay ;
- And baby cross at he can li re
He's always at on Monday.
And there! the cream. Ml getting soar,
' And man forthwith be churning ;
And here's Bob, wants a outturn on
Which way hall I be turning I
Tia time the meat was in the pot.
The bread was worked far baking.
The clothes were taken from the boil
0 dear 1 the baby's waking !
Hash, baby, dear ! there, hush ah sh I
1 wish he'd deep a little.
Till I could ran and get some wood,
Te horj np that kettle.
Oh dear 1 oh dear I if P cornea home.
And finds things in this pother,
' He'll just begin and tell me all
About his tidy mother 1
Bow nice her kitchen used to be
Her dinner always ready
Exactly when the noon-bell rang
Hush, hash ! dear little Freddy !
And then will come some hasty mora,
Right oat, before I'm thinking
They say that hasty words from wires
Set sober men to drinking.
How, isnt that a great idea.
That men should take to sinning.
Because a weary, half-siek wife.
Cant always smile so winning f
When I was young, I used to earn
My Bring without trouble
. Had clothes, and pocket money, too.
And boors of leisure doable
I nerer dreamed of sue a (ate,
When I. a lass I was courted
wtr MAthar. nurse, seamstress, cook, honae-teener.
chamber-maid, .sundress, dairy woman, and scrub
generally, doing the work of sue.
Tor the sake of being supported !
COULDN'T CURE HIM.
A good story is told in an eastern pa
per, of the treatment of a drunken hus
band by his amiable spouse. After try.
ing various expedients, all to cure
drankness she at last bethought herself of
- another plan of making a reformed drunk
ard of her lord.
; She engaged watchman, for a stipula
ted reward to carry rhilander to the
. watch-house, while yet in a state of in-
sensioimy, ana to inghten him a little
wnen ne recovered, in consequence ol
, I 1 w
. this arrangement, Philander waked up
about eleven o'clock at night, and found
himself lying on a pine bench in a strange
and dim apartment. Raising himself
up on his elbow, he looked round till his
eyes rested on a man seated by a stove
smoking a cigar.
... "Where am I ?" said PhilanrW
'Io a medical co.Iege," said the cigar
.. smoker. ; . '
. -r "What a doing there ?"
"fwl! T1 rr tsa Ko tllf ten " .
viig its sJt vui up
;'s "flow comes that ?" .
"Why, you died yesterday, while you
were drunk, and we bought your body to
"It's a lie I'm not dead !"
" No matter we bought your carcass
.: , i , . , . . ....
nuui;uur r. ue, UO DoCl a rlgM 10 Sell It,
for n'a all the good she could ever make
o f you. If you're not dead, that's not the
fault ot the doctors, and they'll cut you
np dead or alive."
" You will do it, eh V asked the old
- "Aye, to be sure we will, now, direct
ly," was the resolute answer.
- " Well can't you let us have a litttle
something to drink before you begin ?"
t This last speech satislied the watch,
man that Philander was a hopeless case :
and as his reward was contingent on his
successful treatment of the patient, he
was not a little chagrined at the result ;
so with no gentle handling, he tumbled
the irreformable inebriate out of the watch
THOUGHT SHE HAD IT.
That sprightly iiuie sheet, the Peters
burg Exprett, tells the following good
A few nights ago, a lady up in the
bouth Ward woke up in affright, called
to her. servants to make all haste and fetch
Dr.- , one of our very talented phy
sicians much patronized by the ladies)
as she thought she had it. !
Away went the negroes with lull steam
up, and alarmed the doctor, exclaiminrr.
" O, make a hurry, doctor, missus thinks
she's got it!"
On arriving at the lady's residence, the
doctor enquired of the first maid how her
mistress was then ? "O, sir, she thought
she had it," was the reply. The doctor
hurried up stairs, ruminating in his mind
on every kind of ailment the faculty lux
uriates in, and pathology mystifies man
kind ahjut, and found the lady en robe de
nuit, somewhat calm and collected.
"Well, doctor," exclaimed she, grace
fully, "I really thought I had it !"
" Had what, madam, in the name of
"Why, the yellow fever, doctor.."
. It seems that the cause of this very lu-
lilARuia mti.lr. . 1. I . - - 1 1
"'vuo imoianc IUU& us rise as iouows :
The lady in question had been recom.
mended a wash from yellow ochre as a
Dreventative ao-ainsl muslrptn liiico nA
i o " "
to soften tlie skin at this season. She had
rubbed the wash over her fuce, neck and
arms, and had retired to bed ; but as the
liquiJ dried up, it left quite a yellow
coaling on the skin, and gave the lady the
appearance of a magnificent bright yel
low belie. Happening to rise in the night
to get a glass of water, she peped in her
glass (as ladies will ever do) and by the
power of her night lamp, saw herself
strangely colored, and thinking the worst
thing at first she thought she had it! The
A little boy, while writhing under the
tortures of an ague, was told by his
mother to rise up a n-.l take a powder she
had prepared for him. "Powder ! pow
der !" said thfi boy, rtiising himself on one
elbow and putting on a smile, '-Mother, I
ain't a gun."
Mo.NEr is defined to be a composition
. for taking sinius oat of a character. !
THOUGHT SHE HAD IT. For the Farmer.
A WORD TO FARMERS' BOYS.
'I don't (eel rested at all," is a comi
t -i. 1.1 ,,.i . .it ;. m,
x uu . lw . a B .... -
complaint lor farmers' boys to make when
they risu in the morning. Well it isj
vnnrnwn f.illll. 411 the lonff day VOU
keep up with hired John moving, just
""r r wl" o'
like a man, because you are the right
kin J of crii, and I like you for it. But
, , , .
Wnen UarK conies, you piuwp yoursi-ivr
. i i ! j
lllto your good Cool OPUS in jour oainpj
... . !,:. u likmii wuliinrr vnur IKinr
ewcni ciiiiii, " nuuui .. j (
tired body; and that too without a grate-
... . . . . .i . l i.
ful thank or blessing to uoa, mat ne u.tsj
kept you safe and well, and lrom any bad
Clinic. Ah, boys, 110 wonder you doil't
Let me tell you what I do know.
These long, warm days, you mils', not
work too hard in trying to be "smart," but
labor moderately, win and keep a quiet
heart, one not easily cepressed or easily
excited. When the day's work is done,
if your mother is milking, go carry two
pails for her ; or if Kate wants that nut
stone laid by the spring for a step, do
that, or move that unsightly log for her,
or fasten that long hemp string at the top
for her morning glories to climb, and soon
the bells will Pjd.a pretty tliank'ee to
you, for them and her. Oh ! such little
acts are big stepping stones in the love of
your mother and sisters, and 1 wish you d
remember it; besides, they will make
you feel good in your conscience, just as
a friendly pat on the head of a little child
does it good and begets good impulses.
Don't be alraid of clean, cold water,
and a linen rag ; rub yourself briskly
from head to foot, aud don't dally and
jump back with an vgh when the splash
meets you, and be so long about it that
you will chill your blood and take cold.
Better have night shirts made on pur
pose. Eds. Calm your mind with a
prayer to our Father who has so kindly
cared for you and your dear ones, and if
your conscience is clear, and you are net
in debt for segars, my word for it, you
will sleep like a sweet babe. Don't sit
up in your bed though, with two or three
pillows under your head, only one, and
that pressed flat, so your head will lie
even with your body. Take the same
pains in day time to keep yourself trim
and straight, and step as though you had
two shares of dignity, and were made in
the image of God.
Oh, this shambling, rambling bag-of-
bran way of walking and riding is a dis-1
grace to humanity and the pride of man
hood ! Do quit it, or break your stubborn
legs jq the attempt to walk, not like a
drunken beggar asking alms, but upright
as God meant you to walk. Rosella.
TO THE GIRLS.
Rosella is right in saying th boys
should put on a clean shirt when they go
to bed. No person, man, woman or child,
should wear an article at night which he
or she has worn during the day. Take
off every article, girls, and throw them
over a chair to air during the night, for
they are filled with insensible perspi
ration ; then wash the whole system, and
put on a fresh cool night dress, and see
how sweetly you will sleep.
Much of the skin diseases, bowel com
plaint.", colds and fevers of childhood, are
doubt.ess caused by a neglect of the
We have a few words to say, too, about
your personal appearance. You know it
is every one's duty to look as well as pos
sible, and nothing makes one look so well
as neatness. Keep clean, and brush your
hair as often as it needs it, and what is far
more apt to be forgotton, keep your teeth
clean. Nothing disfigures one's face as
.much as yellow dirty teeth, nothing is
more offensive than the breath that comes
past such teeth, and nothing else causes
teeth to decay so rapidly as neglect to
6cour them. You need not use any pow
der, unless they are already very bad,
but buy a good tooth brush, and scour
them with clear water and a little fine
soap, every night, or better still, night and
morning. If anything more is needed
than cold water, pound charcoal perfectly
fine, and use that with a bit of cloth.
Keep your nails clean, loo, attend to them
every day. One of the surest ways to
detect a well bred person at once, is to
look at the teeth and nails. Ohio Culti
OHIO STATE FAIR—CIRCULAR TO
In order to promote the convenience of
Exhibitors, and facilitate the business of i
the Entry office at the time of Fair, the'
ertry books will be opened at the rooms
of the Board, on the 18th of August, one
month before the Fair.
Stalls and pens will be numbered, in
the order'of thdr eligibility, and those
who propose to exhibit, are hereby invited
to send by mail or otherwise, a list of the
animals proposed to be exhibited by them,
(giving age of same,) with the entry fee
The entries will be made in the com
mittee books, in the order in which they
are received, and stalls and pens marked
accordingly ; the fact of such entry hav
ing been made, will be kept strictly pri
vate, until the time of the Fair. Upon
the receipt of the list and entry fee, an
exhibitor's ticket, good during the Fair,
wilh name of exhibitor written therein,
wiil be returned by mail. The Estkv
Cards will be made out and put up in
packages wilh name theron, and held in
readiness to deliver tn the proper person
immediately upon his arrival, (hereby
avoiding all confusion and delay.
Before sending entries, examine the pre.
minm li.-t carefully, that each animal may
be entered in the -right class. Errors and
confasion very ofien arise from entries
being made in the class of " rhorouh-
bred Horses," fro... the absence of u fM
pedigree, when brought into the ring. If
, .-li I I . i . ,
i.i" r ,,...,.;. .1 -..jL""31-
uic'Miig vf, mvi vft VI III) llluy iiciu
not err in this particular.
Slock should bi on the ground by Sat-
urday, or Mondnv at latest. If delayed'
r sn i t ! r i' 1 .1
Biter 12 O clock Ot J uesday, the I Stll, It
f . .
cannot compete ior premiums. u. Uiur.
VATIOXAL HOTEL. A. Chapman !
i. 1 Proprietor, tut i'l or Hie PuMio Square,
' 1?AGLE HOUSE, by Cko. T. Hcll.
. llt Mark(i (irwt Warn,ni 0- fMh c,lt he
I I AMES JaCKSON. Physician and
j fj Surpeon. Office and residoucj on South side of
i Market st.. j aiwrs wtof the Ban's:, VYaren.o.
j "TiOCT. J. DAVIS. Ecleciic Phts-
I X-J iciar aru Si roeo Office in Nichols' Hat Store,
jiain street. Warren. Ohio.
Kcleetic Physicians will "nd a full stock of Eclectic
Mediciucs for sale by loct.DaviJ at the abore place.
M. EAMES, M. D., Physician.
Sureetn and Dentist, Windham. PorUge Co O.
DR. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
aud Surzeon. ItloouifieM. Trumbull Co.. O.
JlJ and Surgeon. Uluouifiel.l, Trumtmll Co.. o
J? W. TOWXSEXD, M. D., Homeo
nathic Physician. Office in SutlilTs Brtek Block,
near the American Hotel. W arren. O- - apr ly
TOHN BTcfe JULIAN HARMON,
tt Physicians and Surpeons, oOiee North side of the
Pul.lic Square. Warren, o. act)!t y
vy PAINE, M. D., Physician and
V T Sureeoo. Particular attention eiren to the
treatment of Cancer, Scrofula and Lang Diseases. Of
fice and residence on Uigh street. mar 2
B P. rrTl8s. W'X. 9, BR I OUT.
Warren. O.. llartfonl. O.
pURTISS & BRIGHT, Attorneys at
V Law. Office of B. K. Curtiss In the old Clerk's
Office, north of the new Court House, Warren. O. Of
flee of Win. J. Bright, near hit residence. Hartford, O.
THEODORE E. WEBB, Attorn y at
-L L-tw. Office orer Smiths ok UcCombs' Store. Var
ren. Ohio. Prompt attention paid to collections in
Tram hull and ad j oi d ingcoun ties. may9-y
ZOR A BELL, having resumed the
practice of Law, will be happy to attend to any
business in his line for his former clients and friend s
or any body else in this or any adjoining County. Any
business in his line will le promptly attended to.
umce oyer aew lora store. May 9, lf5-y
nuroxtrTxirr oko. m. tcttik
tUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
KJ Law, and Solicitors in Chancery. Warren. Tram
hall county, 0. Office on High streettwo doors wes
of the American House. mar 4 y
BF. CURTISS, Attorney at Law.
Office at present with J. Hutch i us. Esq., Korth
Main street. Warren, Ohio. my 2 55
U. H. BCTCHINS.
1 & U. II. HUTCHINS, Attorneys at
J Law. Office on North Main street, near the resi
dence of John iiutchius. Warren, 0. apr5
L. & A. O. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law, Office oyer Smiths & McComlis Store. Cor
ner Block, Warren. O.
Jan. 1st 1j4. ly
A LBERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
XX Special attention piven to collection, and the
prosecution.of Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of
Bee at Court House, Warren O. jan 10 '53-' . $3.
OHILO E. REED, Attorney at LaT,
L Warren, Ohio. Office over Sew York Store.
may W, '54-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law. and
Solicitor In Chancery, Warren, Tmmbnll Co.. 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at Law. orer Smith JicComh's Store.
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nor Illy
I OHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
9J and General Collector of Home and Foreign riaims.
Office OTer Smiths ac McComns' Store, Warren, O. soarS
. r. Horr n. w. MLVfw
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office on Liberty St Warren. O.. onno-
site the Court House.
X. D. LEOOCTT.
1. DOLsoa cox.
r EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
I-i Counsellors at Law. Office orer Moser's Store,
Market street. Warren, 0.
je 16 tf
BP. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
Stores, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Tin.
ChwseVate, fcc. No. 10 Main St, Warren, 0. mar 29
E SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory on
Market Street, ast of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan 6y
JfELLOWS & MORLEY, Manufactu-
L rers of Plows, Cultivators, Ac. Shop east of Tst
ler's Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, 0. Sep 3titf
JOHN jT"GUNNlNGrCarriage and
tw Wapon Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market sts.. Warren, 0. mar 3
H. MORLEY fe Co., Manufactu-
JL . rers of Stores, Hollow War, and Castings rene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
house. Tin 8hop four doors west of the Bank, Warren.
Ohio. sep 30 tj
HOLLINGSWORTH & FITCH,
Dealers in Stores, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Urittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doort
below Empire ll&ll. Market street Warren, O. mar 9
L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
J. - Brooks,) Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hard
ware, Cutlery, dec. Warren, Ohio. nor 9?J
A. A. BA LI) WIN, Wholesale
and Retail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a fee
Joors south of the Port .2ice. Warren, 0. no, 1
OATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad-
si- dh;ry Hardware, Carriafre Trimmines, and Manu
facturers of baddies. Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Valises,
fcc. Main street, Warren, O.
TD DINGS & MORGAN, Dealers ir
1 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Croc.. -Hardware,
Carpetinr, Sole Leather. fcc at the . rn ol
the F.mpir 5(re, Warren, 0.
& M. MOSER, Dealer- in Foreign.
Qeecsware, Boots, Shoes. ! .s. Caps, Ready Made
lothing, fee.. Market Str-Warren, O. aug 1
PARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For
cign and omestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Shoes and eather. Carpet rag. Paper Hackings, Win
dow Sha lea. Beady Marie Clothing, .fcc., always cheap
lor ready pay at the New -York Store.
VAUTROT & GILLETT, Manufac
to rers and Dealers in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Silrer Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street, mpire
Block, Warren, O. . Watches carefully repaired and
war i anted. Jane
T ALTER KING & SON, Dealers in
T ".:ches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silrer Plated and
Brittanta Ware, Lamps, Fancy tioods. Ate. So. 9, Main
street. Warren. 0. AU kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. ma
PACKARD k BARNUM, (Succes-
1- sort to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Foreign and American Hardware, Iron,
Paints-and Carriage Trimmings. the 44 Tall Brick, '
n arren, u.
B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
naii, m isa, riawer, etc., n arren, Ohio.
CE. LEFFIN G WELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Fish, Plaster, &c, etc.. Warren, 0.
r 31 f
Forward inr Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
" e era Keserve Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork. Bacon
Pot and Peari Ashes, Saleratua, Linseed and Lard Oil,
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, ISos. 141 and 145
front street, nttswargh, Pa feitfg
STEVENS & Co.. Commission Wer
caauts. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratos, Fsli,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Kos. 14 and Hi Second
Streu, between Slain and Sycamore, Cincinnati, (.
ft fere wes '. Dickson, Bipg sir. Co.; Wild hire, Bris
tol, &.c.; Jutan bwasey at Co.; bwaaey m. n ise ; Harri
so fc Hooper ; Kenuet fc Dudley, and Merchants reu
sr Uy. apr -1 j
FOR SALE. A verj desirable
House and Lot on Prospect Street, in the"
uorthern part of the Til luce of Warren. House new
Apply soon to 11. B. HELVES at the Empire Store.,;
Warnrn. .Not. t, l.vi-tr.
s. it Y MONO.
S RAYMOND & CO.. Wholesale
Denlers in Foreign and Domestic Dry ooda.
Carpets. Oil Cloths, and Wall p.icr. No. 63 Sujrior
street, Cleveland, Ohio. myi
broom. Rrrrs THOMAS.
.OOKS dr THOMAS, Fashionable
lors. rooms jrer Nichols Mat Store. Main St..
I arren, Ohio. Particular attention jtaid to cutting,
aud warranted to fit if properly made up. fe ft y
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
field k. Co.'s Celebrated Ve;etaMe Cattle Powdi l
loot antly on hand and for sale in large or small uan
ly the suliscriuers, who are sole Agents for this
N. B. None are renuiue unless procured of
March if. Is5i-lf C. M. Mlltlt, A(E"ts.
A LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMllY
X. MEDICINES, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and Ol-
. "-, vuumjujjuci iur sale oy
Mar 31. PORTKR Sr r.
SrYSTALLIXE & VATilRO ATFTA
KJ WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor an1 Transparcn.
Soap in cakes and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Olive
GJ.00D ALL WOOL DELAINES
Now selling for 13 cents per Turd, at the
AkRlj DBY GOODS STOKE.
QPANISH MOSS by the bale or lb.
Alcove Rmrs, Silver Terretu, Full Plate Crescent
Harness Trimmings, best quality Spurs, and Seaming I
P.irds at i
PATCH 4t ALLISON'S.
lTEW-YORK BOOK ST0RF.:--The
auWoriWr havlfijr urchae! Mr. J. Martins
si'K'Ic. lak.s tliis niethod ol inturminj tne otiaens oi
Warren and Tmmi ull c.-auiy. that in aMition to the
sloi'k un liwl. he - rtfc-iviiiir and now ejwnin;, a
COMPLKTE STOCK Olf NEW Booi i.
Stationery aud lancy tioo.ls as can b f.nl In the
West. His stock of Itoo.s eim.rises Histories. Trav
els, Uomanees. Encycopelias. Bioerai-hies. Works on
Elocution, Architecture. Agriculture. Theoioiy. lieolo
Ry. Philosophr, Phj siulojry. Phrenology, W.irks on
bpiritualisis, Wvstic tlnlers, Auuuals and AH'unis.
Also, all the new pohllcMlons worthy of not.-; p;' s o.
School Books, boih old aim new. now in use in the sev
eral school districts. Bi'des from in cts. to SI", fraier
and Hymn Books for nil denominations.
JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS
in rraat variety. L-tler Writers. touf and llream
Books. Astrologers' lhok anil t' rds.
in thisd.p'.r.ment are VC.7?l't-tf
llooils. French, America 1 A'"'
lerand NoUl'aperof ,1,: best .,u.ililj . ni hmelopes
tomuUh. ,..SK BOOKS.
. . . ...i,r. JnuriiaU, It-cord, Cash, Invoice,
5re,,T.g! v.? 'l t Memorandum Books.
AN.iVoiir ll.ioks for schools.
Lithi.riphie Prints. Maps, Chessmen and Boards.
IKnuiiioe. tliee ana cups i-myuic m u riiiiii,v
l'K.-r Weights, Calendars, Letter Clips, and Bill
ers. Address Carls, Plain. (Jilt, Kmtwsaed and III'
i'nr.1 Ci,.. I'farl. Ivorv and Illumined.
Drawing Bo.iks.Car.ls. Paper and Drawing materials,
Inks. Writing Fluids. Pel s an I Lead Pencils.
I iv, ! w.. r.,r Artificial Flowers, and
a Urge assortment ol F.nglih, French, Herman and
s...;.u.. T..,-. WtM Iv raoers trom nosioii. . -
York and IMiiladelph i. Periodicals. Harpers'. Put
nam's. Jraham'.UouV 'sand Methwlist National Mag'
. i -.I;.-, it.-, nr r..hi,msand Y'ankee Notinus.
The i.urchaing community will find always on hand
a Urge stock from which to ma.e their selections, at
i.. ,ir,, r.,r mh onlv. at the New York
Book Store, No. i3. Main street, a few doors south of
the Post Office. .
Warren. Oct. R. A. A. BALDWIN.
I DECISIVE CHARGE! STORMING
LJ or THE FORT MALARIA AND MIASMA!
si nrKSSFi i. result
limats-rlKO to Aoi rim! The long protracted
siege of the above named Fort, by the combined forces
of ttuack-pathy . Homeoatliy, A lliathy, aud various
... i... mniim.1 Miv.n. an suiiilenlv brought to a suc
cessful issue by thd appearauce of one package of
The contents of winch being discharged for forty three
hours under the direction ol Chaklu Karat lUanox,
speedily brought the enemy to terms, who had for so
long a tim? been "shaking" defiance to her foes, and
"chillina" their rank's endeavors.
The PRA1RIB VOLATILE is a specific Ague Cure,
(See Democrat.) Price. One Dollar; forwarded by mail
liost-paid. Order direct from the proprietor,
CHARLES KEL'IIKN HARMON,
Colesbur-h, Delaware Co., lows,
Airen iR TO CoItRISFONOMTS ros THR "Eossitee."
' A. N. C." Sent on the ICth.
G. O." Three packages sent on tha 18th money
was 0. K. .
4 L. B. D." Your money came safe, hut where do
you live ? , ,
- A. M." Sent the packages the 16th will send the
-L. S. M." That kind of money always goes sent
iekage this day.
C. S." Sent yesterday the eight packages to the
vi ious parties, and wrote you particularly in regard to
applying the bandages.
j. A." The price of the Ally mentioned in the
"Spirit." is one thousand dollars. Sent the "Volati le"
on the 18th. Jo'J 9. 'ii.
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE!
THE GREAT PI R1FIER OP THE BLOOD!
Jft m Particle Mrr ary ia it .'
Lrr Tin Arruf-nto RD aud Pokdu!
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula. King's Evil, Rheu
malism. Obstinate Cutaneous Eniptious, Pimples. &
Pustules on the face. Blotches. Boils. A sue and Fe
ver, hrouic Sore Eyes. King Worm or Tetter. Sore
Head, Enlargement and Painof the Rones and Joints.
Stubborn Ulcers, SyphiMic Disorders. Lumbago.
Sp nal Complaints, ami all diseases arising from an
injudicious use oi Mercury, imprude ire in life, or
impurity of the hloo I.
rfTtiis great alterative medicine and Purifier ol
Blood is now used by Ihousantis of griteful patients
from all parts of the L'nited States, who testily daily to
Ihe remarkable cuies performed by ths greatest ol
Me licines, " Carter's Spanish Mixtcrr." Neural tia,
Rlieum tism. Scrofula, Eruptions of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Sores, Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains and Aching of thr Bunas and Joints, are speed
ily put to flight by using this great aud inestimable
For all diseases of the blood, nothing has yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to
the Stomach, makes the skin clear an., healthy. and re
stores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and
For the Lnlies.it is incomparably better tlian all the
eosr etics ever used. A few doses of Carter's Si-ar-Isw
MtxiTRK will removeall sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a remark
able degiee, beyond all the medicines ever heard of.
The large number of certificates which we have re
ceived from persons from all parts of the United States
is the best eviden -e that .here is no humbug atout it.
The nress. hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians and
public men, well known to he community, all ad 1 their
. ... i .... . r nptiT
testimony to me nuuuumi cucvu v, u,.a uuuai
Call on the Aokkt and get a Circular and Almanac.
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine unless signed Beknett Brers, Pro
pi ietors. No. 3, P.-arl street. Richmond, Va., to whom
all oruersior supi in. ui,,. uiw.. ... .
For mile bv E. A. :mith A. Co Warren : J . Camp
bell. Newton Falls; B. Brown. Ohlton ; Geo. Haslett,
Gustavns ; B. V) . Hears, jsioomneia, ana ny ueaiers in
Medicines enerywheie. nov Si y
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
for Spring and Summer Trade, at
Iteiluced Prices, for Cash.
n .1 u 1 V ll-V AIn R U.;n
. ,i- -.. 1 .1 .-,.,w-t fnll . ,.11 ... .li..
si rctrv, niiiratv,.,... ---i j
tion of their IrienJs and the public generally to the
fact, that they have just received the largest, best, and
most fashionable stock of Boots and Shoes ever broueht
to this market , among which will be found the first
qualitv of Ladies' Gaiters. Kid Bootees, Buskins. Slip
pers, Jcc. Also a large assortment of Plain Gaiters,
Morocco and Enamel --ti Bootees. Buskins, etc.
A great varie y of Misses' Gaibn. Morocco and En
ameled Boots. Fancy Buskins and Slippers, and a gen
eral assortment of boys', youths' and childrens' fine
shoes of all colors and qualities, together with a gre it
variety of gentlemens' fine French Calf and Morocco
Boots, fine Gaiters and Shoes of the latest s yles and
best quality. ... , , ...
ALSO, a general assortment of leather, .-ole leather,
French Calf Skin, Patent Calf Skin, Moroccos of vari
ous kinds and qualities. Congress gore for gaiters,
glove kid, linings of Tarious color, and qnalitits, shoe
thread, knives, hammers, nails, bristles, shoulde
sticks, peg notes, peg knives, awls, boot web, sand
stones, I lack buck skins, and every thing usual y kept
in our line of business. A large stock of lasts of every
B member the place, sign of the Bed Boot. No. 6,
Main street. Warren, Ohio. Apr. IS. t'
"7AUTR0T fc GILLETT, Wholesale
T and Retail Dealers in Clotks. Watches Jewrlrt,
Silver-Warr. and Fawt Goons, Warren, Ohio.
Having just returned from the Eastern Man- VJi
factories, we brought with us a very large fc "3
assortment of extra-fine English Lever Watch- 4eV
s. in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also. a suri.ir
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds,
just the thing for timing horses. Also, English Lever
Railroad Time Keepers, in Silver Uanging Cases; and
a larger stock of Detached Lever and Lepiue Watches
llian was ever before offered in this place. Our assort
ment of Jewelry, we Batter ourselves, is a better selec
tion than we have ever liefore made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer quality, tlian has here
tolore been brought to this place; such as we can fully
recommend. Evervbody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t sell
again, will find a large assortment, and prices that will
compete with Eastern Cities, as we purchase our goods
directly from the manufacturers, aud will sell for as
small i..-ofits as any other establishment in the country.
. P ..nlH W..NI, R.i.Lm will
A lew nne iwuiw i'u - --
lie sold very low. Now is the time for securing a good
: 1 .. 1 1 aAAn ..id ... for .AnrwlTM.
I srai o. " . . . . . - - j -
Watcbix Jewelry, fcc, carefully repaired and war
ranted. Jl ? Engraving neatly done.
Oct. 7, 1KH.
A TILL PROPERTY FOR SALE !
. The JACKSON MILLS, on the Meander Creek
in Mahoning County, Ohio, are now offered for sale.
This proierty consists of a Grist Mill. Saw Mill, two
Dwelling Houses, and forty-three acres of Land.
The Grist Mill is a large frame building, wilh one
j air Burrs, one pair Chopping Stones, Corn Crackers,
Smut Machine, and three sett of Bolting Cloths, one
overshot, and one reaction wheel. vc. The Saw Mill
is nearly new, and is ii. complete running order ; the
dam is the best on the stream, with water sufficient to
run the mill when no other one on the stream can run.
It ia in one of the best grain growing sections on the
Western Keserve, and in a good neighborhood in every
This property will be sold cheap, and a gcod title
given. For futther particulars mqulie or the subscri
lier, at Niles, Trumbull County, 0.
July 4th, leo5.-3m J. 0. BUTLER.
I FARMERS OF OHIO ! Insure your
. property in the "Ohio Farmers Insurance Com-
lnv.'" Why f
1st. It confines its operations exclusively to Ohio,
a.i Tt insures for six rears.
3d. It is the only rtal Farmert' Ctmpmrnf in the
Sta.e insures only isolated dwellings and out build
iugs no shops, churches. AC, as other preesses
F.rmers' companies ao.
4th. The entire charge ol the Officers of the Company,
ler nnum. is less tlian three hundred dollars, and is
car tkmn Aafthe cnarges of any other Company in the
tste doing the same amount of business.
5th. It has !aid all losses, without any assessment,
and has now in the Treasury about 86,0ti0.
It is the Company for you, 111 so mistakr. Wait
till I come. E. F. CURTIS, Agent.
Farmington. June 27, 155.- f
DENTISTRY.- Over Adams' Book
Store. Dr. 11. W. FOLLOW AY .having sold out
his interest in the daguei rettype business, has taken
rooms over Adams' Booktore. alieie he can l.c found
at all hours, from 8 o'clock A. '. until! 6 P. M
The constantly increasing dtniand for work in his
profession has induced hin. to devote his lime
10 this art. and he is fully prepaied to do work ou the
shortest notice, in the m.-st neat and workmanlike
manner, and ou the most re isonahle terms. Dr. llol-
l.may will assure his numerous patrons, that his work
shall give entire satisfaction, and compare favorably
with jol.s done by the most sk'lfull even in the Ai Untie
cities. Don't forget the place -over Adams' Kookstore.
Warren, July 4 th, lfio. 11. w. HOLLO WAY.
HANDLER SHOP ! The subsoi
Vy her announces to the citisens of Warren, and tqe
public in general, that he has established a Chandler
Shop, where he i ntends to manufacture Candles. Soap,
and a suiicrh article of etausases, which wilt always be
on hand at win lasale anil retail prices.
TTTThe Proniietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vautrot's J.:welry
Store, arren. Ohio.
JlPTlie highest price, in cash, will be paid for Til
low and Lard. d 13 A. L. C. DA V, Agent.
TNAMELED f' Brass Kettles, Blind
Y.U Butts and Arnold's Sash Fu.teners. can be found
at jel3 A. L. MOULEY'S.
THRACE LEE, By Julia Kavanafh.
V-T M-ySn. at BALDWIN'S.
pAMPBELLISM EXAMINED! By
VV JETER, at jeiO BALDWIN'S.
O CRAP IRON: WANTED.-Cash paid
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Warehouse of B. P. JAMESON x Co. 1
April 19, 'Z.
OWING MACHINES, for sale by!
J-'A. T. U. MORLEY t Co. '
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
L SOUTH OF THE CAXAI.--Tli.t;,t
su'.scr'n-er lias nowon band, and will at
all tiss k-ep a Urge l..t of CAlt nrrT"
Kf AUKS, H'OlllKS and WAGONS on hand, of every
descripti.Mi, tyle and gra.le of prices.
His eipcri.-iire in 1'iii'iie. and the extent of his
shop. un:il.les him t. fu' ni.h env description of work
tu bis line, on th shortest possihle notice, whether it
be the putting up of a splendid BtKOUCHE, or the
r.miivii. BL'GifV. the materials fur whh h are at all
times kepi on hand.
His WORKMEN are unsurpassed by any In the
e.mi.try, and his work shall e inal if not surpass any
busies and Carriage ready for ore, will b sx
chanfei for Lumber, Country Produce, oi young
Horses. Seeoud hjn.l Buggies 'akeu in exchange for
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS always on hand, and for
sale at the lowest prices.
Those wishing any work In my line tf business, are
iuviu.1 to rail Ht my shop and examine n y work and
prices, and thev cannot fail to Im; pleased in regard to
both. My shop having become a ermanent one. I am
ueterminrd to supjily nml suit all who like ri.ling In an
elegant and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires a
sul.stnntial farm or road wagon oreart.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
11 r'l work m.inuf.-;ctured at mr shop is warranted.
Warren. March Si, It-ii.-y H. c. BKLDEN.
V"0 HUMBUG ! NO ' GASSINgTi
I v But a plain, true declaration of frt. wh!-h mi
l-ody can ascertain by calling at the Old Head Quarters
"r It HA l l - .11 Ai R CLOTH ING,
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Morganstern At Broth-
er.) Oak Fron t .Big No. 13, Main street. Warren, O.
I have just received, and am new opening, my Fall
and Winter stock of Rcady-Marie Clothing. Cloths,
Cassimrres; Testings, etc., together with every variety
of Furnishing Jowls I would simply remark that
from the extremely low figures of woolen goods East, 1
have been induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY USUAL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
Imsiucss, are well aware that I will
XCPNEYER BE UNDERSOLD !OI
I do not lve my Clothing made up by any establish
ment in the -ai, nor did I come from there myself.
But I imiort my own Goods, and by purchasing from
first ban. Is. am enabled to furnish all strides in my
line at New-York prices ! I am not in the habit ol
running down any body, nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on me I take my revenge in
Which, from my suiierior facilities in buving. I am
abundantly al.le to do.
As quoting prices seems to he fashionable, I will in-ro-luce
the following programme, to be run during the
He.19011, or until the small dealers about town come
down to my figures vix: Full suit tf Clothes. Coat.
Pants and Vest, for S3 aud upwards. A good Over Coat
By the conl, consisting of Colts for tl.50. and Pants
forTicents ! Hats and Capsol every style and variety,
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars. Cravats, Ties,
Scarfs, Undershirts and Drawers, Shirts, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortment of everything
in my line, and all I ask Is an inspection of my goods
and prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
nl lost Clothing Establishment in Tmmbnll Co., and
have increased my business everr year. I have stood
nil the shocks that have been brought to bear against
ine.anit nave uvea to see many or my competitors
shut up and leave town, and feel proud to remember
hat by aiming at one object, I have succeeded in
bringing down and keeping down the price of my goods
lo the lowest figure at which a good article can be
.CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit I To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
No, 15, Oak Front, when voo come to town to nurchass
flothing. I am bouml to sell lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL !
Come anil sec ! Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the 1 -stOfhce,
west side of Main street. W ir, .n, 0.
Oct. 18. '54 J. GOLDSTEIN.
T? K.WISELL Manufactu- 3S
I Tr of Carriairra. Bnireira and
napoos, West side of the Mahoning rif-
er. Warren, Ohio, keeps on hand a larfre assortment in
hit line, of the latest and most improred eastern styles,
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Rock
away s. of Yuri 003 patterns, with one. two or three seats:
good supply of sliding-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improred plan, having extension tops,
leing different and fur superior to anything erer man a
factum! in this section of country. Also a gor.d assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Butries, 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
Ihe best of workmen, and professing to perfectly nnder
itand the business himself, and working none hut the
lest material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style.
ijuamy or prce, to every person who may favor n.m
with a call.
31osl kinds of country produce, rood Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done in rood
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be given to all responsible per
sons who may desire it- 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 -Z, IfVM. fcLl ft., w ise.uia.
LOOK OUT I OR THE OHIOQV
CLOTHING STOKE, No. 17 Vain St..c-
Warren, O. io.
The suhscri ers would inform their customers and
'.he public in general, that we have now c n baids. and
Aire constantly manufacturing, a full and complete
tock oi tail and n uter l lothing Tor )In i and Boy s
sT-ir, wh.ch, owing to the receit decline in prices,will
ind are bound to be sold a little C hamper tk (Ac
CheopeMt. We will not he UNDERSOLD by any.
We have on hand a laree stock of 0er-coats Dress
and Business Coats of all kinds ; Pal U and Vests of
every quality, style and color now in ne ; RubberOver
Coats, Uodersbirts, Drawers. Fine White Shirts. Col
lars, Cravats, and in fact everj thing kept in an Estab
lishment of the kind.
We also have on hand a lance stock of Cloths, Ctsi
m res. Vesting. sVc to sed or make up to order on
the shortest notice.
'f Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and -.11. you are respectfully Invited
to call and examine our Goods and prices before piir-
cha-oing elveahere. You will .are mooej b so doing.
warren Aov. 1, 4. tilt. c tu..
DENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Warren, and to the public, that he will still be found at
his Rooms over Fresco Hall, where be will perform any
operation that may be required of the Dental profession
in an elerant and durable manner, lie returus his
thanks for past favors, and asks for a continuation f
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they should be, in every sene of
the word. J. C. BURROUGHS.
March lfi, l4-tT.
rPHE EMPIRE STORE ! ladings A
-1. M orpin are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asols. Carpeting Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce-
riff, fc.c. Ate.
Thev would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies Dn-ss Goods, bonnets and Bonnet
Uiblions. Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, ate, in all
Ihe latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of verv suiierior Table Linens, Linen Sheet
ins. Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, c.
Thev intend to keep their stock full at all times, ol
be best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be undersold as long as
Ihey remain in the trade.
Warren, April IS.
VIEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
1. The subscribers are now receiving a Irirtre and
lejiral le Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
a hich they invite the attention of the put lie generally.
Their Goods will be offered at prices that will defy all
competition for re)-ay, or in exchange fur Products
approved credit on short time will be given.
U arren, Oct. 1H, 1K4. CAM MOSER.
rPHE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
J E. IIOYT at Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans
Summer lioods, (t'rints oi the ssmmiks &ncettngs.
Bleached and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Muslin Collars. apr 2o
HE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
TWELVE YEARS ! There has been a great deal
of pulling and steaming going on in the towu 'tapers,
a thing 1 never was in the habit of doing, renly take
litis simple method of informing my old customers, and
the public in general, that I have commenced keeping a
iunll Grocery and Beer Hall, on Main street. No. 41,
he German Sign.) where you can find such grocery
ii tides usually kept in such a store. I also keep
on hand a first rate article of ALE and BKER. and in
vite all of those wl o are friends of the same. The Hall
is kepi open everv day. Sundays excepted.
Warren, Jan. 31st, Ipoj. D. BISHOP.
17 A. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt.
lJ Bro. at Co.,1 NO. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
6. Dealers in Drujs, Medicines aud Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preiarations. Perfumery, stc. Also, a full
assortment of Paiuu, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brushes, acc. Sole agents in the place fur the sale of
Jayne s raioily Medicines, Aver s Cherry Pectoral an
other popular remedies direct from tne propririor.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions -v
curate I y and promptly put up
SPECIFIC I10MCEPAT1IIC MED
1CINES, prepared by Prof. F. Ilumpereys, put np
lu cases and adapteu to tne use or families. Ihe cast
contain fifteen boxes each, of different kinds of medi
Cine. Accompanying each case is a Manual or Practi
cal treatise tor the administration of Hontepathic rem
edies. For sale by . A. SMITH at CO.,
Agents for the sal? of the Homuepathic Specific Reme
dies my 2
CTOVES, TINWARE, ifcc. New J
KD Shop on Main Street. Those who with tck Q
purchase things in our line, are invitsat to call
at the shop of Ho I lings worth 6t Fitch, m Main strt-et,
fuur doors north of Packard's Hardware store, where
they mill tit id a 1-irge assortment of Stoves, Tinware,
Jaanued ware, Britannia-ware, Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow ware ot all kinds, cheap and good.
Ca!l at our Establishment before you buy. lob-work
and repairing done on reasonable terms, and with de
spatch. HOLLINGSWORTH At FITCH.
WARREN DOOR, Sash and Blind
T T Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
reu, 0. The undersigned, having entered rtto copart
ntfrship in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, both
Pine and Poplar, of all sixes in use, and of the beil
liiality, which they will sell ou reacuahle terms.
We will continue the manufacture of YEMTIAN
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
lu and of an improved quality, suriassinj any hereto
lore ollered to the ublic.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANEI
DOORS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
All work made at our establishment will be warrauted
is we use nothing but the best quality of Lumber, anil
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
Jeuvors to serve our customers, we will keep iace witli
ill improvements in our business, and conversant with
ill late styles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would i.svite all wishing to purchase the above ar
tides, to call at our iftce, where we will he found at a)'
hours of the day, for we shall give our constant per
tonal superintendence to the details of our business.
E. SPEAR at SON,
jan 19, 1. Successors to Edward Spear.
5U Lights Tx 9 Extra Quality, at
- 3 e
luUO " lUaM "
Or.lers for Btio.ls and
n.nra uancuially atten.led to. All work warranted
equal to the hesu PACKARD fc BAH.N I II, Ag'ls
narrn, unio, un.
OIXC SHINGLES on hand (most o(
I .... : PAPKARn A, RAUVI'U.
Oct. S3. Ir54.
CAMPII1XE OR PINE OIL, anil
Burning Fluid, for sale by
jsn . I- A. WITH st C.
1 Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous lJeMlity, Disease
of the Ki.iuey, and all Diseases arisinx fr..u a tlisi.r
ilre.l I.irer or t.inn. h: such as Cuii'.ipatin. inward
1'iles. fullness, or lllood to the hca.l. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, lleiml.urn. iJ.sxnit for Food, full
ness or WeiKht in the Stomach. Sour Kructatiuns. Sink
Inn or Pluttvriurat the Pit of the Stomach. Swiromii.l :
of the Head. Hurried and Dilficult Br.-.ihu.r. flutter i
inrat the Heart, Chokini- or Snffncatins; Sensations i
when in a lyin im.ture. Dimness of Vision. Dats or ;
Wel.sl.efore the sieht. ferer and Dull fain in the I
llad, deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness or the i
Skin and Eyes, Pain in "'e Side, Back. Chest. Liml s. '
fcc Sudden flushes of Hs t. n.iri.inf. in 11.. l.k'i
Constant Imasiininirs of sil, and Great Depression of
Spirits, can he effectually cored hy
Dr. Iloofliinii'i fclebntnl German Bitters.
Prepared hy Dr. C. U. JACE30X, No. 1-20 Arch street, ;
Their Mwer over the ahove iltseases is not escellei, i
If equalleil. hy any other prearation in the United ;
States, as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful ,
physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthv the
attention of inralids. Possessing reat rirtnes in the
rectification of diseases of the Li ver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and
alTections of the digest ire organs, they are, withal
certain aud pleasant.
TESTIMOXF FROM OniO.
Jona Hoffman, Jeromesrille. Ohio, May ojth. IrM,
said : 'I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, tliatyour German Bitters is what yon
recommend it to l.e. a highly raluahle medicine.which
1 know frvm haring used it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All who hare used it gire the same
STRraca A. Iealt, Canton, Ohio, Mar 11 IPV
savs: 11 1 vi ii . k,,ni . I .. . .'.
. . . " ' 1 ... i u outers ntrmy
.evu.uueuueu irom sources in which 1 placed much
confidence. I ordered Tour houles from Clereland. One
of them I gave to my dauhter, who has dt rived grest
l.enefitfrom it: two of the others I sold immediately
aud I wonld like you to send mea snpply of it to sell "
Jour Class, Brunswick, Ohio. May -Jti, 1
'Your German Bitters hare prove.1 successful in every
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand."
Thomas Lrr. hford. Covington, Ohio. Dec. STth,
IPj3, says: "My wife has heen adected with the Liver
Complaint and Dyspeisia fora nuroher of rears, during
which time I have sent a great deal for doctoring, hut
she received very little benefit therefrom, and finally
Ihe doctors said she could not he cured. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitters: she tooh two bottles
and ever since taking them she has lieen ahie to attend
to her business, until very lately she had a new attack
but has again commenced the Bitters. I have sold
luite a number ol h jttles through her recommendation.
nnu as lar as a can learn. It Has given satisfaction U
D. Asrott. Anstinhnrgh, Ashtabula countv. Ohio.
December 5th. says: -PerJIit me to belir testi
mony to the remark it.le efficacy of your medicine In
Ihe cure of Liver Complaint, for years pr-vions to
lakinj your Bitters. I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much so that I did not expect to live:
but hy a free use of your medicine, thanks to a kind
Providence, I find myself entirely restored to health,
and able to resume my employment."
These Bitters are emtirelf trgtlmile and free from
Alcoholic stimulant and all injurious ingredients, mild
in their operation, they strengthen the system, never
For sale by E. A. Smith 4 Co., and Porter ft. Co.,
. arren; 0. ilailett, Gustatus ; 1. S. Mears, Bloom
field ; J. Camplwll, .Newton falls, and hy Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nov 99, lKM-y
"TTXION HALITtRIUMPIIAN I ."
KJ ISAACS' CLOTHING Aoaiist thr Worl !
Havr Yon Dollars ard rut voca CI.DTHIMl
IS.iAC jt. ISAACS', ia Hmll, Clereland, CI.
The Public are invited to an inspection of the superb
stock of f ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now on
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which in
extent, variety, superiority of. Workmanship, and
fashion, together with lowness of price, cannot b
beat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Isaa. s has just returned from the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and ia
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "cmcted sot !" and he will commence by selling
the best Over-Coat in the City for Foca Dollars ! and
Under-Coats, Pants and Vests of all descriptions in
proportion. iomh ear.raa! and come along every
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all sizes, from
men as large as the Giaar that ( at i W.ors, to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammotr
Building is filled with Clothing or all qualities, he is
sure of being able to suit everybody Recollect that
he does not wish to humbug the people with Eastern
Slop Work for 50 per cent, less than any one else, as
he does not keep sari ir.ii ; but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind of Goods
lor in sny other house in the Lnited States.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
Wholesale customers who buy for Cash.
ly Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
rai'.a Hall, earner af Superior aad Uaian Streets,
LOOK OCT FOR TUB GIANTS. JJl
HANG OUT YOUR BANNERS ON
THE OUTER WALLS, the cry is " WHERE IS
yenr Cheap Groceries to be had ?" And the universal,
spontaneous answer comes thundering back from the
throats of thonsandsof our customers, "Go to DUN LAP,
STEWART ft. KEED'S, where you will find a full stock
of everythicg in the Grocery and Notion line, for sale
as wholesale or retail, as cheap as the cheapest and
cileaper than at some other places that could lie named.
We are now daily receiving our Spring Slock of Goods,
insisting in part of the following :
SO hbds N. 0. Sugar SO boxes No. 1 Herring
90 hbls Coffee do 10 bbls Mackerel
90 do Pow'dstCrush'd 8 J, do
90 do Molasses and lots 25 bbls ft halves WhiteFish
of Syrups 50 boxes Soda Crackers
50 chests Green Tea, 50 bbls Butter do
90 do Black 9M M Cigars all grades
"5 butts CheainK Tobacco 15 kegs Ginger
SCtO dos Cut and Dry 90 loxcs Peppers
il'00 doa do for smoking 10 Longnose Pipes
bbls do do
SO bags Pepper
5 tierces Rice
du mats Cassia
3 do Codfish
50 bags Rio Coffee
10 boxes Ground Pepper 20 mats Java do
10 do do Cinm'n W boxes No. 1 Nutmegs
50 boxes Rosin Soap
50 boxes Stearine Candles
xu do ariegated do
200 dos Transparent do
50 doa do Bars
5 boxes Castile Soap
5 do V. hite do
SO do Star do
50 do Tallow do
10 do Sperm do
200 dos Scotch Ale
100 dos Loudon Porter
An assortment of Shaving
Soaps of all qualities
500 dos Blacking
50 doa do Brushes
10 gross Playing Cards
1 million Gun Caps
A full assortment of all
kinds of Nuts
Raisins Figs and Prunes
Tanioca. Corn Starch
Farina dee ate
Indigo, Atlfpic", Starch
Sub. Carb. Soda
Scotch and Macca.Kty Snuff Salaratus, Salt sic
And thousands of ai tides which cannot be enumerated
in an advertisement, all of which we are prepared to
sell to merchants, grocers landlords anl lam i lies, at
wholesale or retail, at prices and on terms which can
o it fail to give satisfaction. We respectfully request
vou" to call and see cs. as we don't charge anything
for a sight, and not much for possession.
DI N LAP. STEWART tfe REED,
Warren, May 2, 1K5. 4 and 5 Market Street
QTRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sc
ky entific men are daMy bringing to light new Inven
lions, and the march of progress is onward : person!
llald, or becoming so. ill be pleased lo learn that sci
ence and long research combined, have brought oe?oie
Ihe greatest Weaaer af rs jve. in tne article ol ajt
KKS0.V3 AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVK. a son
cure for Baldness and to prevent Uair from falling.
See circulars to be had of agents. Price tl.W in large
lottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt st Co., and Gro. tdanis,
Warren; J. Manning, loongstown, rrenuca at m
war la, Canfield.
C. E. FISHER Jt Co., Propnetora.
march S No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0
XT OTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
LN GOODS. J. K. Alrxrtsor, formerly of the arm
Cowlrs h. Alsrrtsor, has just opened a new Store in
the New Block a tkt Corner af Smteriar Street ami
tka Pmalie Svr, Clerelamd, Otis, where may be
found an entire ew otock ci
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
ENGLISH. FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WARK of all kinds, frrafs! furs Cain.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA 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
T7 STRANGERS should not fail to visit as before
Clevelaud, Dee. 13, ie54-y
sHHEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
V BOOT AND SHOE EFTABLISU
UENT, No. 20, Main Street.
J. McConnell at Co., N. 20 Main ,J J&l
alrul Warrwn 1 1 it I fa hVw thai nlKU- IBrSsrSS V 1 'm
are of announcing to the cHiiens of
Trumball countv and the public in
general, that they are receiving and manufacturing the
Urges' . cheapest and best assortment of BOOTS and
SUOtS erer brought to the Western market, which
they now oiler lor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and
ready-pay system. Their stock consist of
.lien's Coarse Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd Imitation B'ts;
Hungarian do; French Calf sew'd, steel s'ks:
Kip do; Brogans;
Calf Pegs do; Kip and Calf Progans;
Boys' Boots and Brogans, all kinds.
Ladies Jenny Liud Boots, Buskins and Ties; Ladies'
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Boots;
Misses' Sewed and Pegged Gaiters and Shoes, of all
kinds; Children s bhoes, dec.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS & TOOLS ALL KINDS
Moiocco. Cilf Skin and Upper Leather, and every
thing nsually kept in our line, which will be sold for
-jh. lower than can be found elsewhere in the county.
April U, leia. J. MoCONNELL CO.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
A. I MORLEY, Jmj
Successor to James 0. Brooks, dealer in Hardware,
Cutlery, Irn, Nails and Glass, where at all times can
be found a targe and varied assortment of House l rim
minffs. Carpenter's Tools, Ax.
Received this day and now opening:
6 doz. White's Can steel Axes.
4 " Beaver's
1 JIijj Knives, "pood."
3 PitTsbunrh Gun Bairels.
3 M Keminrtou's Gun Ban els.
30 tons Pittsburgh Iron, assorted sixes.
50 bundles best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren,NoT. 1, 1854. A. L. MORLKY.
Ilavin this day sold my entire stock of Hardware
to A. L. Murley, who will continue the business at the
old stand, I tike this method of informinz my old
friend- and former patron, that I shall remain with
Mr. Moriey, where I will be happy to see them as
usual. J. G. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. 1854. U.
TSAAC A ISAACS' UNION HALL!
1 Corner ef Superior and Union streets. Cleveland,
Ohio. This is the largest and most marrniflcent
in the whok- Western Country, and is Blled withthe
largest and (rest assortment of RKADY -3IADK CLOTU-iv-ii
ivn kl-KNIslIINU UDOU . of all drseniitions.
of our own manufacture, and whieh is warranted to ho
Letter cut. better made and better adapted lo the wants
of the community, and is old.
WIIOL.K3ALE AND RETAIL,
at lower prices than anyotherClothirs; n the world.
Strancrrs visiling Cleveland, will find it to thir ad
vantage lo call at lAAC I ISAACS'.
Union Hall, rorner of Snjierinr and I nii.n streets.
jry-LOOK OUT FOR THE IANTS.iJi '43
I AKKELL'S INDIAN LINIMENT
1 ) Sloan's Ointment, just ree'd and for sale at
jan 24 'V.. E. A. SMITH At Co's.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
O for sale at E.E. IIOYT & Co's. Some of that GOOD
IE A, Java and Rio CoftVe. Seedless Raisins. Rice, sic..
u recd at No. I. Main street.
t ERS PILLS. For
t all the purposes of a Fami
ly Phy-m .
There his lone exUtcd a ru'
demand fur an eilective ) urjr.itive
piil which could be re he, on as
sure au.' perftt-tly safi- in its ape
rat.ut. This hu been pre. ? red
to meet lh.it dt-uiai.d, mud an ea-
t-HSirt trUl O'll virttl S has 4 rn
closively shown with what uoRtnu.it accompli jbes th
purpose designed. It U to uuike a phieal i.
but not easy to umke tit b st of .11 pills on- hich
houki have noue of the objection. I ui all th ad.an
ftre,of every ucher. This ha Leeo attemptrtl bcrt
and with wh:U success we would re-pectfu!ly siil nut to
the pui'lie decision. It has been uiiforiuiiatc fr the
patient hitherto that almost every urative u.t.1irine
is acrimonious and irrititiiiK t tbe howl. This is
not. M.my of tht-i r.xluctr o n.ucb jrr.pin-4 p-tin ard
revulsi ion in the yilin am lo wore ihrit couiiltrri'alaiice
ihe ifood to b derived froiu them. These pi lis pro luce
no irritation or p:iin, ui. it arise fromanj-fw-iniis.lv
existinjf o'-stru- Uon r deran fi.t in the howela.
Beiiis; purely ve2eul.le, no harm can arise from their
nsc m any quantity ; t.Lt it is bttur that .-u:y tne! i cine
should le taken judiciously. .Minute directions for
their use in the several deseases to which they are
plicable are given on tbe box. Am on the complainu
which have been speetlily cured by them, we mar men
tion Liver Complaint, in it vsrtort. forms of Jaundice.
Indirection. LaDruor and Loss of Appetite, Lwtless
ness. Irritability. Billions Headache, ltilliou Fever.
Keverand Aitue, Pain in the ideand Loins; for. in
truth, all thente are lut the couesUence of diseased ae
tion in the liver As aperient, they afford promt t
and sure relit f in Costiveness, Files, Colic, Dysentery,
ilum'irs. Scrofula aud Scurvy, Cobis with sorenesaof
the body. I'lcers and imparity of the hiMd ; in short,
an v and every case where a porjrative te reuired.
They h.ivealso produced some sinirularly nuccessful
enres in Kheumalism. tJout. Dropsy. Gravel. Erysipelas,
Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back: Stomach,
Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the
year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for the
uhaufre of season. An occasional dose stimulates the
fttomach nri bowels into healthy action, and restores
ihe appetite and viiror. They purify the blood, and, by
meir stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restre the wasted or
disrated energies of the whole organism. Hence an
occasional dose is advantageous, even though no seri
ous derangements exists ; but unnecessary dosing
shoubl never 'e carrieil too far, as every purgative
meilicine reduces the strvnirth. when taken to excess.
f he thousand cases in which a physic is required can- L-
no. ise enuraer ttei nere, nut tney suggest themselves to
rvery botly ; and it is conlidently believed this pill
will answer a better purpose than anything which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their vir
tues are once known, the puMie will no longer doubt
wh it remedy to employ when in need of a cathartic
Prepared by J AME3 C. AY ER, Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist. Lowell, 31ass.
Sold by V. E s-ntiivjr., Cincinnnti ; E. A. Swim it
Co., Warren; J. Campbkll, Newton Falls; II. W Col
tsft, Mesopotamia; and by all dealers in Medicine
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For the cure of
Couh, Colts, lloarsene). Bronchitis, Whooping
Couli, Croup. Aithma and Consumption.
Tins remedy hs won for itseli such notoriety from
Hs cures of every variety of pulino. ary disease, that it
is eutirely unnecessary to recount the evidence of its
virtues in community where it has been enpbj ed. So
aide is the field of its U3efulits, and so i umerous tbe
rises of its cures, that tlmost every section of the
rouutry abounds in iersons publicly known, who have
been restored front alarming and desperate diseases of
the lunps by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of i s kind is too apparent to
escape observation, and where its virtues are known,
the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
1 rinetiistresaiug ana aaugerous affections of the pul
monary organs which are incident to our climate. And
not only in formidable attacks upon the lun-rs, but for
Ihe milder varieties ol Cold, Cor ens, 11 oar saw ess.
Ace.: and for Cuildkkr it is the pleasantest and safest
medicine that can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throughout this
flection, we need not do more than assure the people its
tuality is kept up t. the best that it ever has been, and
th.tt the genuine article is sold hy the same Agents.
Aiay jo, jm.
THE GREAT SPECIFIC?
Sure Solvent i General Notice in answer to many
vs. wuo Save addressed me for preseup
Ring Bone. ) tions.
Since my residence in the West, letters without nua
her, from personal friends and casual acquaintances-
come to hand, soliciting some of the ore ua ration I have
formerly made use of on my own stock, for the cure of
that terrible lameness, STRAIN OF THE COFFIN
JOINT, and those other blemishes and ills, SPAVIN
CURBS, a WE EN EY, Ac. As far aa practicable. 1
have responded thereto; but to reply to all as they
come along, from York State, Delaware, Pennsylvania,
and my own" Ohio, is utterly impracticable, without
the assistance of an extra clerk, backed up by a "cor
poral s -ruard.
IN FI TL Rfi I shall cnarge One T)o. lar for the prost
ration, forwarded in its powdered state, by mail, post
paid, to any post office in tbe Union. For the bene ft t
of strangers 1 would remark, that the remedy ia knows
as the Re iter Liniment."
Parties to whom I h-e heretofore forwarded the
Rossiter "free, gratis, all for nothing," can now snake
return by telling owners of lame stock how to obtain a
prompt and positive remedy.
It may not be improper to add. that this 'SoIvenl."
(as the eastern horsemen style it.) has been quite ex
tensively used by several prominent dealers in Third
Avenue and Market street Dray, Stae and Road Horses,
a I have, during visits to New York and Philadelphia,
taken pains to have this Liniment tried in various cases
of hlemisaesand accidents. Those who have valuable
stuck, whose usefulness is paralysed or destroyed by
Ring Bone, Curb, Spavin, sprains of the Back Sinews,
and th.tt most difficult of all to cure (in fact, its locality
ia scarcely detected by an ordinary observer.) vii:
Straiu in the Coffin Joint, will find in this solvent and
strengtheiier an efficient cure
TT TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE That when the
Rossiter Liniment is desired for any of the FROMUfKBT
ajljik.tts, like Ring Bone, Spavin, Ac, correspondents
must specially state it m the order enclosingthe money,
as this is not an of the thousand and one humbugs of
the day, to be used indiscriminately for all accidents
and diseases that horseflesh is heir to, but is a specific
remedy, used with an adjunct prescription in bad
No attention will hereafter be paid to letters ordering
the Rossiter. unless accompanied hy the cash.
Peisons who desire to avail themselves of this erne,
should write soon, as next fall I will not have time U
attend to this business. Extracts from many letters
could be given, commendatory of the Rossitet, but I
do not wish to confound this remedy with the many
bumiiues and ephemeral vam pyres that float on the
surface of the "healing art," sustained alone by ready
made certificates of penny-a-liners; et it may not be
out of place to copy a few lines from a letter recently
published in one of the Key City" papers, in connec
tion with whieh it shoo Id be remarked, thai acting upon
a hint contained in a letter requesting some of the Lin
iment, where the writer stated. if it works such cures
as it did on the old sorrel lajt year, you ooghi to let
them know out west through the papers, how to get the
thing. Myself and neighbors who have tried it, wmld
pay any price for it." I advertised to forward the Sol
vent bv mail, and the letter above referred to, made
"Among your advertising colnmns, which give Indi
cations that, whilst your Dubuque merchants keep heavy
supplies of staples, they nevertheless are able to cater
to the taste of those who seek the delicacies and ele
gancies of social life. I was pleased to observe thai
the Rossiter Liniment was now openly before the pub
lic. Of this article let me say, that several occasions
where it had been used for Kins; Bones and Sweney,
came to my notice, and horse owners can rely on its
being a sure cure." (Signet!)
Ouincy, 111., May S, 155. G. W. C. Masotws.'
The above speaks for itself, and in lien of humbug
certificates, I herewith make direct reference to persons
who have used the Rossiter, or seen stock to which it
had been applied:
Jon Jackson, at Rose Hill Stables, New York.
(Mr. J. is celebrated for his success with horses suf
ferine; from Lun Fever.)
L. tioooiu h. Rochester, Tf. T.
Hon. Joh Collins, Milford, Delaware.
Col. Jacob Willso. Frederic ksnrs;. Md.
T at lor Inokasi. 455 Market St., Philadelphia.
James Iliaoiifs, Schenectady, N. Y.
(Mr. (I. is owner of the splendid horse, "Eddy a
half brother (in common parlance) of Mr. Pelton's mag
nihcent Black Hawk colt, "Kennebec. ')
Direct orders, enclosing One Dollar, to my address.
and return post will bring a package of the Rossiter
Liniment in its powdered state.
Only Oue Dollar to cure a Rinr Bone ! ! !
CHARLES R. HARMON.
Colesburg, Delaware Co., Iowa. jet-3m
' PHE HOISERY Department. Partic-
JL ular attention is paid to this part of our business.
Isadies and gentlemen, boys and girls, can find almost
uiythtng they want in this line of Trade. Silk. Black
s tu! Fancy Colors, C as hmersjL Slate Brown, Black and
White Cotton Hose, Fancy striped and Mixed Hall
Hose, and a large quantity for children,
apr ,6 B. E. HOYT fc CO.
LIFE OF CHRIST, contaitvn aa ac
count of his travels and teach inrs, so arranged in
the order of their occurrence as to form a complete
Harmony of the Gospel, by J. Tiffany, of Spiritualno
loriety. One hundred copies jut received per express
price ten cents, at LmaM BALDWINS.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
In the New Building, opposite the Democrat Of
fice. Maim Street, H an-eu, Ohio.
Bartlrttoi Ukowr have received their Sprins: and
Summer Cloth! mcand are prepared to exhibit the cheap
est and mostdesira'.le lot of cloihins; ever otTered in
tliia market, consisting of all the varieties of Coals,
Frock. Pants, Vests. c, of the latest styles. Also,
BOVS' CLOTH! NO, HATS and CAPS, and a full stock
of GBSTLE.MEN3' Fl'KNISHING GOODS. A larjre
stock cf Broadcloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, of rich
and durable quality. All who wish lo purchase Cloth
ing, marie to order, sre respectfully invited to examine
our eoods. and learn the prices, before purchasing, as
we feel confident we cannot be beaten in onality, price,
style or workmanship.
CAK1. The Proprieters return their sincere thanks
to the peop'e of Warren ard vicinity, for the generous
patronage hitherto awarded them, and reseclful!.v ask
ioracoiitinnauce. P- T. BARTLETT,
Warren, June SO, 155. G. W. BROWS.
HO, FOR KANSAS! The subscriber
oilers for sale his House and Lot In Warren-
Also, the well known Marvin farm, six mites from
Warren, ou the Baxetta Plank Road, containing 146
acres. Any one desir -us of securing a good House
and Lot, or a valu ib.e Farm, w II jo well to make ap
plication soon, as the p-operty will be sold at a barrain.
BueU., June If, W N. POKTKR.
I PACKARD & BARNUM S LIST of
X Uaying aud Harvest Tools for 1SS3.
1011 'os Millard's Cast Steel Warranted Scythes;
Wl - ' Silves "
20 " Harris' - "
S " '- Grain
IM - S and 3 tined Hay and Straw Forks,
3 gro Genuine tiuinnebaus Scythe Stones,
III Indian Pond fc Cummiut-too Scythe Stones,
5 " Com. Scythe Killes. cheap.
5 Double or treble .-oat Uranite sharpners,
3 - .-Ticklers." a new article, best in market,
msHI Hand Hay Hakes, below pe.ller's prices,
50 do Lamson's pat. Scythe Sneatbs,
10 " pat. Iron Sneaths these are no heavier than
the wooden sneatbs, and will nt4 tremble
in Ihe heaviest grass.
SO Grain Cradles, assorted patterns,
1 iloi Sickles.
2 tons BereaOrind Stones, assarted sixes.
The above for sale lo the trade at eastern prices and
at retail it a small advance.
June 1J, lfJ-. PACKARD cr BA1i.u.
ARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
I V The subscriber, wishing to remove West, offers
f..r sale his valua le LAND, situate in l.ualavuj. Tram
knll r .,., li mil nnrth of the Center. Said land
consists of 33 acres, on which are a good House and
Rirn, an orchard of good gralle.i froii. a well of good
water, making a desirable and comfortable home for
any person wishing a small place. Terms will he made
easy. For further particulars inquire of the subscriber
on the premises. OSCAR CHASE.
Uuslavus, June 20, lP5j.-3m
100TS AND SHOES We kf ep a
) large stock and can suit tli. most fastidious at
tie apr. NEW Y'HtK STllRK.
VIRGINIA AND MAGDALENE
or the Fosters Sisters, by Emma D. E. S. Sooth
worth. A new and elcjant work ; just received
j, 4 AT ADAMS'.
r .r -- : ..- r-f
DSi. Jt.ll.N BULL.
s o m j;th ing
NEW AND VALUABLE.
The BPit powerful King oa the fee Qf the globs now
reiirus supreme ia to AuMrieau kepublie, Tbe awwwf
af the crowned heads of k.urtp tJusr. into iJUsninoanos
when compared to our AuMncaa Kiujc.
s,uropcan kinKs employ the power vostod la thess t
In'tnaw the rkbes ff Um rich and ktcdly, and to redue
lo fcreater misery and drimiaUoa, the puee and depend
ent. Our American kiiit; (coee forth with equal willlng
mm t Ci lordly nusnruou abd Um ht:m cabin, rwady
alike to adnduUter reliwt and to offr health and nap
am lo tbm tofty and kw ly, the rich and the poos
DU. JOHN BULLS
GREAT AMERICAN KING
Is the Tksra WosmcaQS tub Wusla, and ths greatest
b-essins; err offered to aftlicted hsmanity; to ths suf
srias miiltoBs. thw DoeUrcan say. relief is at your oom
mand. You have only to use this UwMnoal romody. Ail
thoiwi who still suffer, and will m-t accept Um aroferrwi
Balm, deaerre Dot the pity of ihair fiunilioa,
This wonderful UMdicina, U urine Ur hria. period sistos
Ha in trod act has carriad happinasa to th iMsstsof
Ukouaands. and ostla bfe a eharm to many who bvrvto
fora rejpuded it only as a pamfui and ssissrabts ulat
To ths winds with all Unisssnts. Embrocations, Pala
Killers, and laio k.xlrclr. and let million of gla4
tongues proclaim th msritaof tu gnat MAjnrseaa
King of rain." a preparation composed solely of vaga
sabl'tfsand mots, produced by America's own rich aud
W would ask the Lukes, who ar always eompMsot
judges of what isaod what i not a valuable fiuaily saedV
kiiu, so do us a special mvor by giving th King of Pain
cks-rle trial, and If satistactorT, exert their lufluenoa
Ia its behaiC recouimeud it, p-ak wU and oftew of it,
and k. that it b used ly their afiteted orighbors. Th
Idiaro sl ways char itaUs. and whew they indue thair
tulTering friends to use tnis waliy vaiuabi medMn,
thy will he doing an act of beneTolene that they oaa
well be proud of. This is a powerful and traly-mafrieal
rvmedy for all saternal diseases, sores, swellings, bums,
c and for man) internal aillictions, it Is a oerta.a eur.
ywt H is perteetly IuxwIvm. aud iucapabl of producing
th least iojuribu etTceU iu ths most delieat cases or
la weakest constitution.
It im otireiy uwless to follow the old and worn-cut
ystam of publishing to th public thousands certln
sates of wonders perfonned by this medicine. It costs
but twnty-Bv evnts to try tt. aud Inr. Bull stakes his
weU-arn'd reputation oa tu King of iaia doimr all
and more than he claims for it.
We would ask bar voa th Rheumatism or Gout ;
Umss ar not pleaMUt' companions, and w know that
you would Jit.e to drir them away as soon as possible
BULL'S RING 09 PAIS.
Would yon b cured aliaot Immediately of Bow
Complaint, Dyseoterv, summer Com plaint. Cholera Mor
bus. Cramp the lie. Head Acne. Toc.h or any other seas
wt pssUt, th Temedy is simple and th ear certain,
C3K TflS GltEAT KINO OF PAIN.
Would too hav your Sores, Swellings, Cuts,
Braids, krubws, or any other wound healed, ws rpas
It, mat tha
S1AG1CAL KINQ Of PAIN.
Would you be cured cf ikald Head, Stiff Joints, 8or
nroat Neuralgia. Hr Breast. Lumirsaco. Tetter or Kin
Worm, Salt Kbcum. ItiteK of Fvi-on u iasecta. Chappod
Bands, aud all other crM. vittacr Dry or Uunnln, w
my Ssgaio and agaiu, tou aJLHnT is Dr. John Bull s
-KINO OF PAIS.
Would you be eared of Kind's IfriL, Cancer, Tumors,
Cruptions. or anv diwaoe of tbe ?kn cauned by impurs
blooL theo us Dr. John Bull s arsapariils intoruaiiy,
and the Kio of I'ain eiUtruUy, nothing caa b saor
sartain than a speed; am, edectual cure.
DE. JOHX BULL'S
Tills medicine. h-n uwd accordtug to dirstlosst
Bill curs, without ul: .
or Kiu,: s Lrlt,
Can rum, ti options
of tbe ."kin. SrvtsipeiaS 1
Tumors ChiMuic Sre t-yes.
Ring Worm or Tetters. Scald llewdl
KhumntLsm. paias iu th Bones or
t Joints. iHd Mrea and t leers. Swelling of
th viands, i-rphili. ! ipa. alt Khtum,
Inseaseaof th Kidtivrs. b arising fron th
use of Mercury .LojH-rf Appetite, 1'ain in theSldeandl
Shoulder, uVneral Det.i.itv. Li:mlaco. Coucbs. Colds,
Dropsy, Jaundice. Cortivcn, ltma-biUs, Weakcessof
Qknt, Sor Throat. I'uluioDary allik tion. and all other
Diseases tending tu prod ucr-0'l5umptKu. Liver Coss
plaints, i'emalo irie-'uiaritte nd Cvwplaijits; Low
Spirits, f-irk and nrnou Ib'aibache. Nicht Sweat,
i&porures, or Jroprudenoe m Lifi. Chronic Cour
titutiocal Disvoses, and as a spring sad
gammer Drink, aad iveneml Tonic for ths
System, and a tie title nd Pleasant
Purgative, it b superior t Bin
Lick and Couresa Water,
It ts a remarkaMe fit, that among th hundrwds of
sninent physicians who bav examined th recipe by
which Bulls frsnpariila is prepared, not one has -demned
it- but all approve it. and eommend It in to
highest terms, jlauv phvioians express tbmselv
strongly in the belief that i: is decidedly th beat prepa
ration of Sarsaparilla that has ever been placed befor
the public. Although tbcre arm many pisicians who
feel reluctance to having their n.uucs appended to U
reiamtii1itsiin of any pttrti-uiar remedy, notwtth
standing tbvy mav apv1" highest deer;
thenar others who irankij jicld their support in fever
of a remedy whii-h the know is apable of doing ss
much rood in an ailltrtcd immunity." As an evidenos,
read th following fmia ol and raspt-ctable phvsirianSf.
of tdgh standing in U10 eouuiaruuity ia which tbnty liv
SJS-Testimon j like the Uli.win reu Jers sapwflnoos)
sH eommenu on th .ff.nscv f Bull 'arsaBarilla. tram
Dr. L. P. YandrlL FrolasM of ( lim Jtry in the Looia
TlUs Medical OollR: I na'. looked over tlM list of inv
eTedMntsooinpositc J..bn Lhill's Compound K.i tract of
tersaparilla aud bat. no bwitati.n in savin that they
tinst a safe eumpoun L and one that promi.ss mil Ir
ssuonss ilisi.li s to which It is applicable.
L. V. YA.YDRLL, MJk,
fjomsTlLLl, Jane 6, 1S4S.
yrtuX Dr. Pries, phvsh-iaa v appointment to tbs)
baasTfUl. Marin. Hospital, savs cf bull a arsa Barilla
hMUTtLLZ, ! an 20, 1848.
I nav. aaamlned tb pmsvrlption Or th. preparatioa
Sf Jobs Bull s Ssrsaparilla.and 1 beiier, th. eombmsr
tloa to bs an .aesUeut one. and well calculated to pro
Sue. SB alterative impmsek B OB tfa. s'stesa. I bavsj
wmi it be th in poblic and pnvat. practice, aad think
m a tn bast artiess of Aananariiss now in bw.
M. PYLK8, M. D.
Besidant Ftavslrtan UulsvUl. Marin. Uosuitai.
Batter test! mony than was ever offered in savor of sow
sssstteine. K. K. W. Sehon Rev. K. Stevenson :
" Uwismts. Mav Sutb, 1S48L
W hava nsed J.'hn KuU's Sarsaparilla. and nan
known it to b. used, with .Mire satisiacUon; and w
hav. no B-siUtkin in statin our ballet Uwt it is a as
taut valua ,1a medical cm pound, and calculated to pro
sines macs food and relieve much sulfenn; and tnerw
tars would dararfullv and nt oaruastil recommend it
th. affile ti. w.w.sraoy,
(Slgneu) (. STEVlSOW.
W would aarwatlv Invite all persons who an sns
fe, with anv of tn. ill. that BeJ is hen- to. to call on
John Bull s aeent and m a -opt of Bull s Family
fcornS T,rus: and Ibr th. -ut.of buman.ty -.bop.
JbtTsini;!. individnal will not b. fcund unwulrngto
"r. ruTi , siarill a trial afterm-din. and rscol-LinSntln-.
ttt it is Impoblefcr tb
SSofu, pnhlish th, tenth I-ofth. ll
Uftentes of astoundinf eursa performed by bis Sarsapn.
SlUuTh. amount of tertlmony rolonly rto-ered
nDr, Bulls Sp-rilla. from -ell "d 1"
Hlihid individuals, both iu public and privatt lifc, aa.
tKtrz - a. -
ItnS, nrst door briow Main, Louisvilis, Hy.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
BsUBCLnTSTRKET. 1 1 FIFTH STRFFT,
UMMJ Hisw YORK. I L0CI3VILE
BBOOtsISTS AND MERCHANTS THROUGHOUT THS
UxmD BTATB3, CANADA, MKXICO, AND
THX WEST INDIES
The above valnahle mclicine. fresh and pure, just
received and for sale by E. A. 8M1TU dc CO., Drug
(rists. Warren; U H Mason, Siles; Un Schmick, Can-
OWLAKD SPRINGS. Open roa
ths Stsbc 8sso!i. Th stndersirned takes
pleasure in informing bis friends and the public gener
ally, that he has again placed this delightful retreat in
readiness for the reception of visitors.
Ue flatters himself that the increased s .traction hs
is enabled to present this season, will render it mors
popular than ever, as a resort for invalids sod others
wishing to escape for s tune, from the heat aad dust of
t iwn life.
This retreat now numbers among its attractions, a
good Ten rin Alley; a Bath House, supplied with purs
s !ring water, where hot or cold baths, in any form, can
be had at all times; s Mineral Spring, universally pro
nounced remarkably healthlul and invigorating; and
last, but not least, a Taole. which will be supplied with
the substantial, as well as luxuries, of the seaon.
Arranremenu have been made with Dr. WILLIAM
BALDWIN, s skilful Hydropathic Physician, to remain
diring tbe season. Particularattention paid to Chronic
Diseases, and the temperature of the baths given accor
ding to the vital and re-activ powers of the patient.
The remedial agents used, are. Water, Nutrition. Exer
cise and Motorpathy.
Each patient will be required to bring thre quilts,
one woolen sheet, four cotton sheets and six towels.
Terms for board and treatment moderate.
How land. May 30, 3m . M. HANK.
rP0 LUMBERMEN AND SHIP
L. BUILDERS. The subscr:Ters are now prepares
to manufacture Kalston's Portable Ilruonul Saw
Mill, with engine and boiler, all ready to run. and to
dispose of t- rrilorial and individual rights. This val
uable invention being now brought to s high state of
perfection, offers to purchasers tbe following important
aWantages over all other saw mills :
Jt cuts more lumber. It makes smoother lumber,
ft saws each board entirely ofl and leaves no stub-shot,
thus saving greatly iu quantity, and improves the qual
itv. It possesses the same advantages for sawing lonx
timber and ship plank as the gang-saw, the saw running
horizontally, cuts plank from tne top of the Ing, th
weight of the log, t tgether with the fastenings, prevents
all springing. The machinery, saw and carna being
raised only a few inches above tbe surface, saves all
expense of drawing np timber, and adds greatly to the
convenience and safety of handling lumber.
It requires fewer bauds to work it.
It is portable, and can be moved threw miles at an
eipense of forty dollars; thus the mill can be moved t
timber. It is equally applicable to large and small
machinery. The saw runs honsontally, and in a sash,
thus giving the double advantage of the quick stroke of
Ihe muley saw, and the strength of the sah saw.
These mills are now in operation in Warren, Trum
bull Co., 0-. Canonshurrr, Pa., Columbus, Ohio, Wash
ington County, Iowa. Seven are now building in Iowa,
to in Wheeling, Va. The mill in Warren will be re
moved in a few weeks.
Any communications addressed to the subscribers at
Newton t'alls. Trumbull Co., Ohio, will meet with
prompt ar ten lien.
U. B Whits, ( " ' &
Wit. U. kUtsnT.) June, WAS y