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For the Farmer.
CURING BACON WITHOUT SMOKE.
'." "On, Oi trouble folks have taken
.-1- T noke and spoil their bacon."
' To smoke l!ie besl Jincon, fat your hogs
early' anil fui llieni w til. By fattening
early you mate' u great wiving in foodj
and well fattened fx.uk. Tlien kill as
early -ms the weather will allow, and salt
msguii us the anin.al heat is gme, with a
plenty., of tilt purest st.l?, bimJ about half
urf ounce - of salipore to one hundred
pounds of pork. '
As soon as the meat is salted to jour
taste, which will ffeiieinllv b-.' in about
fiv wefks, take it out. muJ it my of i
hat let o covered iih biine, l.t it thai
a little. Then take black p!'P''ri fi.it-U
ground, and dust on flli si i- . and oj
the hock end as much as will .stick, thin
hog it up in a good, clean, dry, airy
place', t ll toll this is done as it should be,
(L ought to he done .now,) you will have
no further trouble wiih it, ior by fly time
in spring, your bacon is so well cured on
the outside, that flys or bugs will not dis
turb it." c - ' .
Cutinr bacon is like the Irishman's
mode of making punch. lie said: "Put
in the sugar, then fill it up with w hiskey,
and every drop of waier you put in alter
that siMjils the punch." Just so with cu
ring bacon ; after follow ing the directions
given above, every "drop" of smoke you
put about it, poi!s the bacon. Portage
Democrat. . . .
TANSEY AND PEACHES.
A writer in the New Vork Tribune rec
ominends the sowing tunsey about the
roots of peach trees, as a means of pre
serving them. lie siys thai he once
knew a large peach tret-, which was
more thao forty years old, uhil? several
generations of similar trees in the same
soil, iad passed away. This led to ex
amination, and a bed of tansey was dis
covered about the trunk. It was natural
ly inferred that the preservation of this
tree tobUilh a green old age was attribu
table to the presence of this plant. It
was decided to try ti e experiment on
others, and accordingly, a few of the
roots were placed about each of the otlipr
trees on the piemises. some of which gave
signs of decay. Not only has itpreserv.
ed for sever.! 1 years, but n novateJ those
that wpre unsound. The odor of this
plant, he says, doubtless keeps off the
insect enemies of this kind of tree, and it
would Jiayc the same eff. ct on others, as;
the plum, apple -and pear, a3 well as" the
elm, sycamore, and other ornamental
trees. . - - -
A dish of fried apples is quickly pre
pared for the table, which is ofien a con
sideratirn of "no small importance.
Wash the n cut them i'j two, take out the
stem, core and calyx, and impeded put
into a tin pan with butter, or the gravy of
baked jork, with some water, iu propor
tion tri the .'qusntity to bj fried eov.-r
th'coi with a lid, set them on the s!ov, stir
them occasionally until th-y buiinie soli
nnd be careful not to burn them. R
mantles, which a re often almost worthless,
baked r rau,'disapear w ith' good guslo
when fiR-d;" We may truthfully pro
nooiice despicable Penics, when fried.
good; but the Porterts, Bellflowers, Tall
man, -sweets, and long list which we
might nartie, when fried, are really a lux
ury. Sow apples do not fry w ell they
fry to pieces loo much Country Gentle,
LICE ON CATTLE.
NT r. Editor : I have 1pid very suc
cessful in rvmoving lice from catlle by
the use of sulphur, fiiv o in dises from
one to' tLree spoonfuls, ,uid from once to
10 inree tunes in two wt-eks, according to
age and circumstances. The blood of
the animal," upon w hich ihe vermin sub-
sists,Jecomes impregnated witli the sul
phur, or some property contained in it,
and the consequence is, I have seen le
gions of them clinging to the hair and
dead, as you, no doubt, have seen grass,
hoppers sticking to a thistle, or some oth
er objwt, after a severe frost in the fill.
M.Garnsey. Middleburth, N. Y.
; The above preventative is valuable by
iis reason of simplicity and ease of appli
cation.- Facts like the" above constitute
the basis of intelligent farming and keep-
wig of stock . Genesee Farmer.
WAEAT CROP OF OHIO.
..." We have variously setm it estimated,
that tho wheat crop of Ohio, this year,
w ill "amount to between 16,000,000 and
24,0Jll,00ll bushels. The highest of these
estimates is fir below whul we accept
for a. full crop fjr Ohio. We have given
Tver 30,oOJ,000 bushels in a year, and
tiiui loo wunoui a lull crop. We are
glad to see farmers rejoice in the present
prospect, anJ they may call it what they
please good, better or best ; hut if our
wheat fit-Ids are traced as they should be,
Mid a they might be, we would chroni
cle a jicldof 40.000,000 bushels, and
theu not cell it an extraordinary crop.
We take nothing Iss for a full crop' of
wheat iii O;iio. Ohio Cultivator, Aug.
y 'To Relieve Cuoked Cattle. Mix a
spoonful of gunpowder with enough ho's
lard lo form a ball ih size of a hens egg
ipen the uninmrs mouth, and after
Hiliina out the tongues lighily, chuc k the
Imjl of lard bud powder into the throat, let
U tongue, and the work is done.
I J'!c ttiis in two instances, and it
iruducHliinint.-diate rt lief. Country Gen-
,'1'be Toiaio, in its native wild of tropi.
Africa, is a rank running vine, with
PCi!jrve!y ha rij)curaiice of a tuber on its
IO'l!S. ' ' . ' .
All tUe-variHies of the "Apple, have
I em produced ly cu!;iu,t:ing the wild
,0abbae, in its wil l siiitf, is a slender
tr fn::hinj h-n; vr:.n no appearance of
Ik ak'i. '! . ' ' -
WAEAT CROP OF OHIO. Hotels.
TATIONAL HOTEL. A. Chapman
Proprietor. East side of Hie Public Square,
T? AGLE HOUSE, by (ito. T. Hcll,
i J Market tired- Warren. O. Fifth Poor east of the
I AMES JACKSON, Physician and
ft Surgeon. Orooe aud residence on Booth tide of
Market at., 4 doors east of the Built, Warren. U. afJ
DAVIS, Ecleciic Phts-
iciak aud SiRer-ow Office in Nichols Hat Store.
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians srill fnd a full stock of Eclectic
Medicines for sale by Doct. Vans at the above place,
WTM. M. EAMES, M. D., Physician,
T T Surgeon and Dentist, Windham. Portage Co.. O.
oct 25-t J U
rR. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
-' and Surgeon, Bloomneld, Trumbullo., lO-
EW. TOWNSEND, M. D., Homeo-
pathlo Phvician, Office in SutlilTs Brick Block
near the American Hotel, Warren, O. apr ly
IOHN B. & JULIAN HARMON,
tw Physicians and Surgeons, office North side of the
Public Square, arren, o. oct 211 7
T PAINE, M. D., Physician and
tv bargeon. ramcular attention pi Tea to Clu
treatment 01 Lancer, Scrofula and Lang DiKaaea. Of
lice and residence on High itreet. mar 9
r. ccrtum. w. t. rrioht.
W arren. O- liaruora.o.
IKT1SS k BKlLrlil, Attorneys at
Law. OIBce of B. F. Cortiss In the old I'lerk's
OSce. north of the new Coort House, Warren. O. Of
fice of Win. i. Bright, near his residence, Uartford, 0.
THEODORE E. WEBB, Attorney at
a. Law. Olhce over smiun w ucvomos store, M ar
ren. Ohio, rrompt attention iaid to collections in
Trmnliull anil ailjoimng counties. my9-jr
ZOR ABELL, having resumed the
V 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 iu his line will be promptly attended to.
Office oyer New Tork Store. Mar 9, lftj5-y
mm.tok srTkirr a to. a. tctti b
C UTLIi F & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
fcCj Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Tram
hull county, 0. Olhce on fligh strecttwo doors wes
of the Anerican llonse. . mar 4 J
CUKTISS. Attorney at Law.
e t present with J. Uatchins. Eso- North
J Office t present with J.
iain gtryet. Warren. Ohio. my 3 55
JOBK HCT UIM.
V. St. HI TTBIKft.
I te U. H. HUTCHINS, Attorneys at
tf Law. 09ice on Xorth Main street, near the lesi-
uence ol John uutcbius, n arren, O.
T L & A. 0. FULLER, Attorneys at
. uw. omce over Smiths ot
alcCombs Stored Cor-
ner Block, Warren. O.
Jan. 1st IfH. lr
A LBER P PERRY, Anorney at Law.
X. Special attention giren to collection, and tlu
rosecurionAof Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of
llce at Coun House, Warren 0. jan 10 'ij-ly-3.
pHILO E. REED, Attorney oi Law,
L- Warren, Ohio. OSce over New Tork Store.
' (may 10, '54-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney at La
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Tromhr
TrnmhnH Co.. 0.
DD. B ELD EN, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at Lav, orer Smith k. McCombs Store,
romer Main and Market Streets, Warren, O. noT Hty
JOHN M. STULL. Attorney at Law,
' I and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claims.
Office over Smiths c McCombs' Store, Warren, O. mart
b. r. Horrnia. t. w. umr
CTOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attornevs
1 JL at Law
omce on Liberty St., n arren. 0M opK
site the Court House.
a. d. LESBE-rr.
J. poLson cox.
I EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law. Office over Mover's Store,
:aarket street, H arren, 0.
je lo U
P. JAMESON & Co.. Dealers in
Stoves. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Tin,
!h?eae Vats, fee. No. 10 Main SL, Warren, 0. mar 99
E SPEAR fe SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors-and Window Blinds. Factory on
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan Sfiy
JOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
ell Wacon Shop, on Pine street, midway between Sutb
and Market tts.. Warren, 0.
'P H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
sL rers of Stores, lloIloS Wars and Castings jrene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
ho iae. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren
OhHK t gep 30 tf
HOLLINGSWORTH & FITCH,
Dealers in Stoves. Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Itrittuuia Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 door
.elow Kmpire Hall, Market street, Warren, 0. mar 5
L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
1 Brooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlery, &c. Warren, Ohio. (nov Si
A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
asd Ketail Bookseller. 33 Main Street, a few
Juors south of the PoC vahce. Warren, 0. qot 1
I3ATCH fe ALLISON, Dealers in Sad-
sv dlcry Hardware. Carriaire Trimmines, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridles, liarness. Trunks, Valises,
kc., jiam strwt, w arren, O.
TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in
L Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Croci.-?.
Hardware, Carpeting, ole LeaUier, fee, at the -en of
lite Umpire &or Warren, O.
C& M. MOSER, De-aler- .u Foreign.
and Domestic Dry Goods ' ardvare. Groceries.
Qeensware, boots. Shoes. V s. Caps, Ready Wade
C loUting, .fee.. Market Str : Warren, 0. aag 1
PARKS & "VjiNTZ, Dealers in For
eten and omestic Dry Goods, Crockery. Boots.
Shoe) and . eatter, Carpetin?, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Sh:ies,Keady Made Clothing, ftc, always cheap
lor r5ki pay at toe rtew-iork ctore.
VAUTROT & GILLETT, Manufac-
v torers and Dealers in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Silrer Ware, and Fancy Goods, Market street, Empin-
BIock, w arren, v. Matches careluUy repaired and
wan ax. ted. June
7 ALTER KING& SON, Dealers in
Briuanii Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, stc. No. 9, Main
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. ms
PACKARD & BARNUM, (Succes
M- son to Warren Packard.) Wholesale and Retail
vealers us roreigo and American Hardware. Iron,
faintsand Carriae Trimmincaa the Tall Brick, '
n arren, u.
U B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
sLf J. Commission Merchant, and dealer in Float.
cam risn, riaster, sec, w arren, umo.
r E. LEFFIN G WELL, Forwardin;:
W ftnd Commission Merchant, and dealer in Floor.
dstt, Fish, Piaster, fee, slc W arren, 0. mar 31 1
f B. CANFIELD, Commission and
tw Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Ueserve Cheese, Baiter, Lard, Fork. Bacon,
Pot and Peari Ashes, tialeratus. Linseed and Lard Oil,
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, os. 141 and 145
r rout street. If itts'jurgh, fa. fetc:3
QTEVENS & Co., Commission Mer
K-s Giants, Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratns, Fisli,
Fruit, and Produce generally. JSos. 14 and & Second
Street, between Main and hycamwre, Cincinnati, O.
lUrERKif cs: Dickson, Btcs fc Co.; W'ilshire, Bris
U1, 4k.c.:tffohn Swasey 4. Co.; Swasey sc. Wise ; llarri
so tL liooper ; Kennet Dudley, and Merchants gen
cr iiy. apr'
SALE. A very desirable
Hnnw ari.1 1..1. nn PrntntW K.M... In tha'S-MSS.
northern part of the villse of Warren. House new
Apply soon to U. B. Kib bS at the Empire Store.
Warren. Not. 0. lf.V!-f.
s. R.THoitn. riT-H ad. as.
RAYMOND &. CO., Wholesal
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Good.
Carpets. Oil Cloths, and Wall paper, No. C3 Superior
street, Cleveland, vino. m
J. W. BIOOKR.
IP.00KS THOMAS. Fashionabl
a 9 Tailors, rooms over Nichols Hat Store, Main St.,
ft' arren, Oiiio. Particular attention paid Lo cuttine;,
ind warranted to fit if roperly made up. feb 9 y
CATTLE POWDER !-Brcining, Fron
field b. Co.'s Celeliratrd Veeetalde Cattle Powdtv
lout autly on band aud fur sale in large or small quail'
by the auhscriuers, who are tolc Agents for tnit
X. B. None are renuine unless procured of
March IS. l-Ni2-tf C. tc M. J10SER, Ag'U.
LL OF DR. JAYXE'S FAMILY
IEDICISES. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and 0-
sod's India Cholaeoipie, for sale ly
May 31. PORTER . Co.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGA1ED
WASH UALLS, Brown Windsor and Transparen.
Boap in calt and bars, aud Colgate's Chemical Olive
fip. For sale at
Mjrl. PORTER Jt Co
(000 ALL WOOL DELALXES
V I Sow selling fori.i eer.ts per yarl. at the
jan 3 . WAKKKX DRV iK)DS STORE
SPANISH MOSS by the bale or lb
Alcove Rn?. S'iver Terr tts. Full Plate Crescent
llrirp Trimmings, iest iualitj' Spurs, and Seaming
ir.ne 9 PATCH II ALLISON'S.
i 7)00TS AND SHOES We k ep'n
11 large stock and can auit tit niot f isti-li-ms al
th- F laPr.9i.J :EW VORK SIOKE.
7 EW-YORK BOOK STORE The
crir hatine purchasol Mr. J. Marrin s
tk. t.ik-M this metli.Kl of iiiformins the cttiseiis of
W arren and Tnun'.ull county, that iu addition to the
stock on ban-!, h i- roct-iviitz Aiitt nw opening, a
OMfLKTK ST1X K OF NEW BOOr
Stationery and Fancy Uoo.ls as can be found in the
West. Ilia stock of Boo.s cmrisrs Histories. TraT
els. Komauces.EucTcloiw.lias, BioKraihies, W orks on
Elocution. Architecture. Agriculture. TheowCT. tteolo
gv. Philosophy, Physiology, Phrenology, Works on
Spiritualism. .Mystic Orders, Annuals and Albums.
Also, all the new pahlications wortliy of note, pil.s of
School Books, both old and new. now in use in the seT
eral school diftricts. Bi''les from S cU. to $10, Prayer
and llymn IVoks for all denominations.
J JLVEX1LE ASOTOV BOOKS
in creat variety, l-etler Writers, Song and Dream
bocks. Astrologers' Book and C rds.
In this dtp'.rtment are offered eTery description of
lloojs. French. American Laid, Wove, Cap. Bill Lit
teraud Sole Paper of th: best quality, ind Envelopes
Compriinc Ledgers. Journals, U-cord, Cash, Invoice,
Time, Lop, Note. Kecei).t a d Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Books for schools.
Lithographic Prints, Mais, Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Dice and Cups I'layiiiE ard Printinc C:irdi.
Paier Weights, Calendars. Letter Clips, and Billhold
ers, Address Cards, PUin, Gilt, Emliossed and Illumin
ed. Card Cases. Pearl. Ivory and Illumined. .
lh-awing Books. Car.u. Paper and Drawire materials,
. ... i . n... 11 ..1 Pencils.
tusa. ruing riunis. i 1 ' " . . : ... ,
leaves. Wire. Pa,K-r etc.. for Art.ac.al Fk.wers,.nd
large assortment of English. French. German and
Ameiican Toys. Weekly Pal-ers m.?;
Vork and l-b.ladelpnia. . o; ' ...r---.' v"
asines Leslie's Book of Fashions and ankee Notions.
The iiurchasing community will find always on hand
a Urge stock from which to ma.e their selections, at
..-....,K low orices for cash only, at the New York
s. tiraham's.Oo'let ."," Ti "i TJ.:.-.
Book Store. No. S3. Main street, a few doors south of
Ihe Tost Ollice.
Barren. Oct. 1S54 R. A. A. BALDWIN.
I ECIS1VE CHARGE! STORMING
M-f OF THE KOKT MAI.AKIA AHU SllASJOA 1
SfCCESSKCI. RESULT 1
InTntrmKO to AorEisTs! The long protracted
siege of the above named Fort, by the combined forces
of Ouack-mthv. Ilomeonathv. Allopathy, and various
other tn.lif.Al tiowera. was suddenly brought to a sue
cessful issue by tho appearance of one package of
The contents of ahich being discharged for forty three
hours underthedirectiou of Chari.es Rm rs Ilsasloa,
speedily brought the enemy to terms, who had for so
long a time neen . ... ... ..-.. .
chilling" their rank's endeavors.
The I'KAIKIE VOLATILE is a specific Ague Cure,
(See Democrat.) Price, One Dollar; forwarded by mail
tliaHl..3 HI., hi... ..............
Colesburgh, Delaware Co- Iowa.
AjtSK'CB to CoRarsMkTi for Tn "Eossitie."
A. S. C." Sent on the ISth.
0." Three packages sent on the ISth money
waa 0. K. ,
L. B. D. l our money came saic. o - "l ,L
yon live T
A. M. ent me pacaapea .w. -
-L. S. M." That kind of money alwty goes sent
ackage this day. . .
.. . .. . . I .. .1,. .lalii narksirM t., the
tm Ions parlies, aim i .c juu ..v-.-. -j
applying the i-andages.
1 ." . .. . - t. - 11.. Mnt Annl tn the
J. A- me prtre . w .v ' "7. , . , .,
Jnieit Is one thousand dollars, eeniine
July 30. 11-ii.
i.d the litn.
ARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE!
TUB GREAT PI RItIEK Or THE BLOOD!
JX rvltti 0J are -ry la it .
Lit the Affuitss Bits also I'ONOia !
An Infallible Kemcly for scrolula. Ring s r.yu. nneu
inalism, Olrftiliale Culaneous r.riiHious. i impies. o
Pustules on the face, Itlotches. B.11IS. Ague and Fe
ver. k hrouie Sore Eyes. Kiiifc Vt orm or Tetter. Sore
Head, Enlargement ami i'aiu of the llouesand Joints.
Sui..i.rn L icers, Syphil lie disorders Lumbago.
Sp nal Comp.ainu, aw. all diseases arising from u
injudicious use o. Mercury, imprude ice in life, or
iniiairity of the bloo I.
V.' rTbis great alterative medicine and Purifier ol
Rl.,d i- now used bv ihonsanos of gr itelut iiatients
from all parts of the Cniud States, who testify daily to
Ihe remarkable cuies perlorme.1 by the greatest ol
Melicinea.-CaaTER SSra!lsu BUWii. jeurai.-a,
Klieum tism. Scrofula. Eruitioiis of the Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, tiers. Old Sores, Aiiectious of the
Kidneys, Dicases of the Throat. Female Complaints,
Psins aud Aching of tin" Bonis aud Joints, are speed
ily put to Uigbl b; using Ibis great and inestimable
For all diseases of the blond, nothing has yet been
found to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
all impurities, acls gently and efficiently on the Liver
and Kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to
he Stomach, makes the skin clear an healthy, and is
stores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to iu pristine vigor and
for the Holes, 11 IS incomiira"ij nnwi m-u .
cos! eticsever used. A few doses of CaaTEt's 6ra
UiTTtsi will remove all sallownets of complexion.
bring the roses mantling lo the cheek, give elasticity
to the step, and improve the general health in a remark
able degree, lieyoud all the medicines ever heard of.
The large numoer 01 wniutiici wui,.u -
erived from persons from all parts of the United States
is the best eviden -e that there is 00 humbug about it.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physician and
)iblic men, well known to he community , all ad-l their
testimony to the wonderful e Sects of this GREAT
r.n nn the Aokkt and get a Circular and Almanac.
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of ail
Medicines has performed.
., ..nninF unless signed BixKETT fc Beers, Pro
piietors. No. 3, Pi-arl street. Richmond. Vs., to whom
all orders for sup lies anil agencies must be addressed.
r hi K. A. mitn a. uo Barren : .uar
-II Newton Falls ; B Brown, Ohlton ; Geo. 11m let t.
(lastavus : S. W. Mears, Bloomfield, and by Dealers in
Medicines euerywheie. inov yj
IJ00TS AND SHOES,
13 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
for Spring and Summer Trade, at
Iteiluced Prices, for Cash,
w lb B. CUASAOE. No. 6 Main
nr-l. Warren. Ohio, would respectfully call the alten
tion of their Iriends and Ihe pnldic generally to ti e
fact, that they have Just received the largest, test, and
most fashionable slock of Boots and Shoes ever nrouitht
to this market , among which will be fonnd the first
qitalitv of Ladies' Gaiters. Kid Bootees, Buskins, Slip
pers, .c. Also a large assortment of Plain Gaiters,
Mnr. n and Enameled Bootees. Buskins, etc.
A great varie y of Misses' GaitiTi, Morocco and En
ameled Boots. Fancy Buskins and Slippers, and a gen--,.i
.....nmi-iit of bovs'. youths' and childrens' Bne
shoes of all colors and qualities, together wi'h a gre it
:rittyof gentlemens tine rrencn t,an ana jiorocco
Boots, line Gaiters and Shoes ol tne laieai yies ana
best quality. ... , , .
ALSO, a general assortment of leather, ole leather.
Pair stin. Patent Calf Skin. Moroccos of viri
ons kinds and qualities. Congress gore for gaiters,
glove kid. linings of various color, and qualities, shoe
thread, knives, hammers, nails, bristles, shoulde-
icks, peg notes, peg anives, ... "wi we,
ones, I lack lck skins, and every ining nsuai y sept
i our line ol business, a large stocaoi iuu vi ej
Hmemher the place, sign of the Bed Boot. So. 6,
sin street. Warren, Ohio. Apr. 18. t
7AUTR0T & GILLETT, Wholesale
' .nrf Krfail Dealers in Cum ks. Wan mis Jhwii.it,
H ver-Waar, and Fajkt Goods, WJarren. Ohio.
Having just returned trom me usteru jiau-
factories, we brought wiu ns a very large
untminl of extra-line Enslish Lever Watch- '
es. in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also.a superior
imaiity of implex s acnei, iiui iuwikuucu.
lust the thing for timing horses. Also, English Lever
Kailroad Time iveepers. in cuver uanFiug mt.
L larger stock of Detached Kr ana lupine " aicues
... .. ... .... wfure offered in this place. Our assort-
.t nf Jewvlrr. we natter ourselves, is a better selec
tion than we have ever liefore made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer quality, than has here-
trrinr lieen nroueni to luis iiatc, buvu -. 'J
recommend. Everybody is invited to call aud exam-
ue my stock. Pedlars, and otners, porcnasing i sen
gain, will nno a large assoruaeuuauu i.r.i.c. . -
with Eastern Cities, as we purchase our goods
liirectly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as
..ii..,fif a. mv other establishment in the country.
A few fine Double Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
he sold very low. Now is the time for securing a good
anraln. Call soon and see ior yourselves.
Watches. Jewelry, kc-, carefully repaired and war
ranted. JT . Engraving neatly uone.
Oct. 7. Irj4. .
MILL PROPERTY r OK SALri !
The JACKSON MILLS, on the Meander Creek,
in Muhnnin Conntv. Ohio, are now onerea ior saie.
This proiery consists of a Grist Mill, Save Mill, two
llaellilig Houses, aud lony-mree acres oi miiu.
The Grist Mill is a large frame building, with one
I air Burrs, one pair Chopping Stones. Corn Crackers,
Smut Machine, and three sett of Bolting Cloths, one
verstiot, and one reaction wheel, ate. ineeaw jimi
is nearly new, and is ii complete running order ; the
lam is the best on the stream, with wster sufficient to
run the roil! when no other one on the stream can run.
It is in one of the liest grain growing sec-ions on the
Western Keserre.and is a good neighborhood in every
This property wui ne soio encap, aou -
given. Korfuither particulars inquiie wc iuuku
ber, at Niles, Trumbull Counfy, O. r
July 4th, Jtjo.-Jm 1 "-'
17ARMEHS OF OHIO ! Insure your
JL property in
property in the "Ohio Farmers' Insurance Com-
ny.' uy f
1st. It confines its operations exclusively to Ohio.
2d. It insures for six years.
3d. It is the only real furmtrg Company in the
Sta.e insures only isolated dwellings and out build
ings no shops, churches, sc., as other professed
Farmers omiumies do.
4th. The entire charge ol the Officers of the Company,
per n num. is less than three hundred dollars, and is
less than half the charges of any other Comjiany in the
S.tr ilfitnr the saine amount of business.
5th. It has paid all losses, without any assessment,
and has now in the Treasury about 36,Oti0.
It is the Oumianv for vou. aRD wo mistake. Wait
till I come- K. . CURTIS, AgenL
Farmington. June 27, ICm.- f
r.ENTISTRY.- Over Adams' Book
1 J gtore. Dr. II. W. 10LLOW Al . havint: sold out
his Interest in the dacnei ret.tyne business, has taken
rooms ever Adams1 bookstore, wheie he can t.e found
nt all hours, from S o'clock A. untiil6 P. M
The constantly increasing demand for work in his
profession has induced liin' to devote his time wkellm
lo this art. and he is fully i-repated to do work on the
I shortest notice, in the mt neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the most re isoname terms. IT. 11
Ijwhv will assure his nunit-r uis patrons, that his work
shah trive entire satisfaction, and eomrnre favoraUy
with joi.s done l y tlie most sk'lfull even in the A; Untie
cities. Don't for-jL-t the plac -over Adams' llookstore.
Warren. July 4th. IKiS. II. W. H0LUIVVA
HANDLER SHOP ! The
er announces to Ute cititens of Warren, and tue
uMic in Renrral. that he has established a Chandler
8 Hi P. where he i ntends to manufitc:ure Candles. Soap.
and a superh article of iujz's, which will alwaj s be
on hann at win Usale and retail prices.
TTPThe Fropiietor can at all times be found on
Market Street, oi e door ae.t of Vautrot's Jewelry
Store, W arren. Ohio.
30" The highest price, in cavh, will b paid for Ttl
low jnd Lard. A 13 " A. L. C. DAI", AgenU
ENAMELED t Brass Kettles, Blind
Butts and Arnold's Sash Fasteners, ctn he found
je!3 A. 1. JlUKt-El .
(4 R" LEE' ,u,i iaSw.?'
flAMPKELLISM KXAMUNiiU! I!y
V7 JETER, at IjeMl BALDWIN'S.
CCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cash paid
O for any quantity f Scrap Iron, at the Stove and
Tin Harr!ifusc of
B. V. JAMES0S Co.
Ayril 10, 'j4
A I "
OF CHARACTER, at
TJREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY, I
L SOUTH OF THE CANAL. The v j -subscrii-er
has nowou hand. and will at iJ-Y ?
all times keep a large Lit of OAK a t3tS
KIAUES, UL'UUIKS and WAGONS on hand, of every
description, style and grade of prices.
His experience in business, and the extent of his
shop, enables him to fiunistt any description of work
In his sine, on the shortest poi!le notice, whether it
be the putting np of a splemiid UARot'CIlE. or the
common BUGGY, the material for whi h are at all
times kept on hmud.
Ilia WOKKMkN are unsurpassed by any In the
country, and his work shall equal if not surpass any
Uuirgies and Carriages ready for ne. will 'e ex
changed for Lumlier, Country Produce, of yonng
Horses. Second hand Buggies aken in exchange for
CAUKIAi.t: TISSMtllNOS always on hand, an 1 for
sale at the lowest prices.
Thos.- wishing any work in my line r f business, are
Invited to call at my shop and exarair.e n y work and
prices, and they cannot !a.l to be pleased in regard to
both. My phop having liecouie a permanent one, I am
uetermin .d to supply and suit nil who like ridfnc 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.
vr-p.AH work manufactured at mv shop is warranted.
Warren, March Si, lfoi.-y H. c. BELDEN.
SJ0 HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
1. But a plain, true declaration of fact, which any
l-wfty can ascertain ly callin-r at the Old Head Quarters
for RKADY-MADF. CLOTII1NU,
By J. Goldstein. (.uec'.'tor to Uorfrantern dc 3roth
rr.) Oak Front .Bite Jio. 15, Uain street. Warren, O.
I hare just received, and am now npeninjr. my Fall
and Winter stock of Ready-Made Clothinp, Cloths,
Cassimeres; Vesting, etc., loe-tber with erery rariety
t Furni.-hinit Oootls I would limply remark that
frum the extremely low fikPires of woolen goods East, I
hare been induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY tdL'AL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
lioainess, are well aware that I will
JTTNEVEB BR UNDERSOLD IJJ1
I do not hve my Clothinjr mails up hy any establish
meat iu the tast, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and hy purchasing from
first haut9, am enabled to furnish all strides in my
line at New-York prices ! 1 am not in tho habit ol
run d tug down any body, nor do 1 notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on me I take my rereugc in
Which, from my superior facilities in buying, I am
abundantly able to do.
As quoting prices seems to he fashionable, I wilt in
troduce the following programme, to he ran during the
season, or until the small dealers about town come
down to my figures Tia: Full suit if Clothes, Coat,
I'aiits and Vest, for $5 and upwards. A good Over Coat
My the cord, consisting of Co us for $1.50, and Pants
rr?5cents I Huts and Capsot erery style and rariety,
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars. Crarats, Ties,
Scarfs, Undershirts and Druwers.Shirta, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortmentof everything
in my line, and all I ask Is an inspection of my goods
and prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
Uost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
hare increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have keen brought to bear against
me, and have lived to see intnr or my competitors
hut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
that by aiming at oue object, I have succeeded in
hrincing down and keeping down the price of my goods
In the lowest figure at which a good article can be
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
Manufactured hy tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit ! To one and all 1 extend the invitation to visit Big
No, 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
clothing. I am bound to sell lower
TTJAX ANY BODY ELSE DARE SELL!
Come and see ! Remember the place Hie No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store s-vilh of the i - stOftice.
west side of Main street- Win p, 0-
Oct. 18. '54 J. GOLDSTEIN.
I? K. WISELL Manufactu-
I -J rer of Carriages, buggies and
Wagons. Westside of the Mahoninr riv-.
ir, W arren, Ohio, keens on hand a large assortment in
his line, of the latest and most improved eastern styles,
among which may be found a large lot of splendid Rock
aways. of various patterns, withjone, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding-seatCarriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops,
being d if) err ut and far superior to anything ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a gor i assort
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 but
Ihe liest of workmen. and professing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none bat the
I -est material that can be procured, he feels confident
that he cm render entire satisfaction as regards style,
tuality or pr;ce, to every person who may favor him
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
N. B. PAINTING and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch,
A reasonable credit will le given to alt responsible per
sons who may desire it. All work done at his manufac
tfiry is warranted.
Kemem.er the place West side of the Mahoning riv
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April ln-O. ELI K. WISELL.
T OOKOUTf ORTHEOHIOcriTfJ
JLa CLOTHING STOKE, No. 17 Vain fit..
Warren, f. io.
The subscri -ers would inform their costomers and
the pubjfc in general. tlat we hae now on hat-ds, and
are constantly manufacturing, a full and complete
stock of Pail aud Winter i'lolhing for .en's and lioy's
war. which, owing to the recent decliin- in prices. will
and are bound to be sold a Itttle Ckrper tkmu tkt
Ckemmttt. We will not I e I Dr.hULD by any,
We have on hand a la r ire stock of er-coats Dress
and Itusines Coats of all kinds ; Fai Is and Vests of
every quality, style and i olor now in n-e ; KuhherOver
Coats. Tidershirts, Drawers. Fine W lite Shirts. Col
lars. Cravats, and in fact everything kept in an Estab
lish im-nt of the kind.
We also have on hind a large stock of Cloths, Casi
m res, Vestmgs. 4cM to sell or make op to order on
the shortest notice.
T" "r Warranted to fit or no fnle.
Gentlemen, one and ll. u are respectfully invited
to call and examine our Uoods ai d prices before pur
ch jng elueahere. You will sae monej h- so doing.
Warren. Nov. 1. Ir54. J. FITE it SON.
rENTTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
J would respectfully announce to the citixens of
Warren, and to the public, tnat ce will stin oe touna at
his Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
operation that may be required of the Dental profession
in ail elemit and durable manner. He returns his
thanks for past favors, and asks for a continuation sf
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they should be, in every sense of
the word. J- C Bl RROLGHS.
March 10. KS4-tf.
THE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings k
L Morgan are ojrening their large Stock of Spring
broods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy lry uooiis, Biraw uooas. rar--sols.
C;tn-iug, Paper Hangings, Crockery. Groce
ries, stc, fec.
Tber would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies1 Dress Goods. Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries. Shawls, Mantillas, .fcc, in all
Ihe latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortnient of very sujierior Table Linens. Linen She-t-Ini'.
Pillow Case Liiens. Shirtins Linens, kc.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
the nest makes ana most iasniona.e ij ics, auu w cii
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to be undersold as long as
Ihey remain in thetraue.
Warren, April hi.
X'EW FIRM ! NEW GQ.0DS ! !
1 1 The subscribers are now receiving a large and
14-wiriable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
hirh thev invite the attention of the public generally
Their Goods will I onered at prices that will defy all
eomretitioo for rr-ufy-say, or in exenange ior rrouuee
approved creuit on -non ume win ni"-u.
Warren. Oct. W, Io4. C. dt M MOSER.
rPHE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E,
I v uftYT At. fo. No. l.Main street, offers rreal
k.rMin'i in llroad Cloths. Satinets, Kentucky Jeans
Summer Goods, (Prints of the f eaaiac Sheetings,
Bleached and Brown. Irish Linens, and some very nict
Muslin Collars. apro
THE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
I TWELVE YEARS ! There has len a great deal
ol pairing and steaming going on in the town papers,
a tiling I never wat in the habit of doing. I only take
this simple method of iuforming my old customers, and
Uiepul'lictn general, that I have commenced keeping a
.n, .11 r.roeerv aud Ileer Hall, on slain street. No. 41.
theOermau Sieu.)here yon can find such grocery
ai tides usually kept in snch a store. I also keep
on liaud a first rate article of ALr. and Br.r.H. and in
vite all of those who are f riendt of the same. The Hall
it kei open cverv day. Snudays excepted.
Warren, Jan. alst. li-S5. U. BISHOP.
A. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
. Bro. . Co.,1 NO. 5, MAIN STREET, WARREN,
0, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines aud Chemicals, Phar
maceutical preparations. Perfumery, Ate. Also, a full
assortmentof Paiuts, Oils, Window Ulass, Varnishes,
Brushes. Ate. Sole agents in the place for the sale of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies d.rect from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up
SPECIFIC IIOMCEPATHIO MED-
iO lOIN ES, prepared hy Prof. F. llumpereys, put up
in cases and adapted to the use of families. The cases
contain filleen hoxes each, of ditlereut kinds of medi
cinT-. Accompanying each case is a Manual or Practi
cal treatise lor the admiuistnition of lloniiepathic reia
edies. For sale l y K. A. SMITH fc CO..
A genu for the sal: of the UomoL-pathic Specific Reme
OT0VES, TINWARE, fcc, New A
O Shop on Main Street. Those who wish tos S
n.ir. h:... thiues ill our line, are invited to call jt
at the shop of llollinxsworth 4t Fitch, oil Main street,
fjur doors north of Packard's Hardware store, where
they will hud a l:irge assortment of Stoves, Tinware.
Jainuned ware, Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, ami llollow-aare of all kinds, cheap and goad.
Ca'l at our Establishment before you buy . lo!-work
and repairing done on reasonable terms, and with de
si atrh. HOI.LlNliSWORTII FITl H.
W ARREN DUOli. hash and blind
? f Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
f-n, O. The undersigned, having entered mo opart
neislup in the manufacture of SASH, BLINDS ami
DOOUS. will hereafter keep a large stock of Sa.li, both
Pine and poplar, of all sites in use, and of the lie
luality, which they will sell on reasonable terms.
We will continue the inal.uriu-lure of VEN 1T1 AN
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell veri
loa and of aa improved quality, surpassing any hereto
lor: oilered to the public.
Me will also continue Ihe nimufacture of PANEI
IHMIIIS, of the latest styles, ami ..f a sugierior ijuallty.
All work made at oor et:iblislimeiit will; warranted
as we nse nothing hut the best imaiity of Lumlier. am'
employ none but the first class worUmen. In our en
h-rivors to serve our customers, we will keep pace will
ill improvements in uur business, ami conversant witl
til late ntyles of work in the Eastern Cities.
We would iuvite all wishing to purchase the above ar
licles, to call at our office, where we will be fouud at
hours of the day, for we shall give our constant ier
tonal smieriuteudauce to the details of our business.
E. SPEAK II SOX.
jan 19, 1H55.
g accessor to K lward Sear.
11KSJ " !lxlS "
1LUU " IUiM
Othtr sizes In iiroiwtion. OnVrs for Ulimls au.l
Doors pancuially atlenlel to. All work warranted
equal to tlie hesu f AI'KAllU At HARM M, Ag'ls
W arren, Obio, Dee. Si
IlINIi SHINGLES on hand imostol
I the time.) PACKAED At BARNUM.
CAMPII1NE OR PINE OIL, an.l
Burning Ftaid. for tate-l.y
iac - '55. . E. A. SMITH t Co.
Jaundice, Chronic or Nerroii Doliility. liisease
of the Ki.lneys. and all DUea.u-s arisin-r from a livr
dered Liver or t"m.irh: such as Constintion, inward
Piles. Fullness, or Bloo I lo the hea-l. Acidity of the
Stomach. S.nnea, Heartburn. l:sgtist for Pood. Pull
ness or Weight in the Sioinarh. Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Flutter
ing at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Djts or
Wel-s lfore the sight, Ferer and Doll l.in In the
IK.rt' Ji'tciency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the
a i , ' " 'n lht Si,le- Back, Chest, Limbs,
r - f . ,eB Phl.ne Heat, Burning in the Flesh.
J "' imiiinings oi ti n, and (ireat
Spirits, can he effectually cured by
reat Depression of
Dr. Hooflanilj Olebrattd German Bitttrs,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. J ACKSOX. No. 1 0 Arch street,
Pm ladelphia. .
Their power oyer the al.ove diseases is not excelled,
ir onniHed. by any oilier preparation In the Tnited
.-tatt-s. as the cures attest, in m.my cases after skiliful
physicians hvl failed, lues. Bitter, are worthy the
mention of Invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powersin weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they arc, withal
certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO.
Jobs- TTorrxAR, Jeroroesrille, Ohio, May 2.V-. lf53,
said : write to state for yonr satisfaction, and also
r.ir that or others, that your German Hitters is what va
recommend it to be. a highly valuable meilicine.whicb
I know fivm having used it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All who have used it give the same
Strmiej A. Xcilv, Canton, Ohio, Slay 11, 1SS2.
says: -Having heard your ftermin Bitters highly
reeommende.1 Irom sources in which I placed much
confidence. I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of them I gave to my daughter, who has dt rived great
enentfrom it; two of the others 1 sold immediately,
and I would like you to send me a supply of it to sell."
Joan Clark, Brunswick. Ohio. .May 26, ISM, says:
I"""1 Bi,t", haTe ProT,!,i successful in every
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand."
10Ti,0"A L""0"D' Covington, Ohio, Dee. 27th,
IPo3. says . -My wife has been affected with the Liver
.otiiplaint and Dyspepsia fora number of years, during
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring, but
she received very little benelit therefrom, and Anally
the doctors said she could not be cured. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; she toon two bottles
and ever since taking them the has been able to attend
" "e... uoui very lately she had a new attack
ut has again commenced the Kiti... r k -i
inite a nninlier of h. ttiesthroo.h h... j:
an as far a I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D Arrott. Austinbureh. A.l.t.i.ni. - ...
December 5th. savs: .P.rV """ ul'l
Z7 ,hfe.,;emarl'' ,'fficacy of your meil'icine 1
Ihe cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
lakmg your Bitters. I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint : so much so that T ji.i . :.
ut by a free nse of vonr .K.tT . . L." J
l-rovidence, I find myself entirely restored to health.
These Bitters are intim m. ..it. j
Alcoholic stimulant and all iniuri.ms inr.lin mild
in their operation, they strengthen the system, never
For sale bv E. A. Smith & Co., and Porter Jt Co.,
arren; tt. Haxlett. Custaim- J a v-. ni.n
field ; J. Campbell. Newton Fail.. .'a k. ii.!.i in
Medicines everywhere. rnoT oo irii-T
'tFTlVrmV H1TT Tntnumnv,.
ISAACS f-.nTiitvii a.. u- i
i1".0I;,.V5tL" "D CT 10' CLOTHINO t
, Vmtmn 1UII, Cltctlu.d. O.
Ihe Pulilie are invited to an !i..nMtm., i ,h.
stock of FALL AND WINTEH CLOTUINli now on
I J.II...UUII11 misniagnihcentesublishment, which ia
t-xtent, variety. snirioriiv r uApirm...hin . ui
Fashion, together with lownes. r k.
Iieat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Isaacs has just returned from the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and mir;.l. f
manolacturing, that he has it now in hit power and it
" snoca an toe eastern Slop concerns
into t "coded tot !" and he will cmn..,. k. ..n..
the best Over-Coat in the City for Focr Dollars ! and
uuuw u, rants auu tests or all descriptions in
proportion. ; t,.k .ax . ! and come along every
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all sizes, from
men as large as the Oi( tkmt stand at aia rs, lo
iciiu.s inree years old. and at his Mammoti
Building is filled with ( loihin .r .n ,,.i,.... k. i.
sure of being able to suit everybody Recollect that
nc uues not wisu to uumbug the people with Eastern
SLor W'orr for SO per cent, lest than any one else, at
he does not keep sat trass: but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money uian uiey can purcuase the same kind of Goods
ior in any omer nouse in the I nited States.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING tllMIDS of all rte
en puous for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
n noiesaie customers who buy for Cash.
VJ Clothing made to order at the ahorteat notice
ana on tne most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Csi.a Hall, tmrmtr on.r a.d faisa Strettt,
V-f LOOK OCT FOR THE GIANTS. JTT
TANG OUT YOUR BANNERS ON
11 THE OUTER WALLS, the crv is" WHERE Id
your Cheap Groceries to be had ?" And the am versa I,
spontaneous auswer comes thundering back from the
tnroats oi thousands of our customers, "Go to DL LAI,
STEWART & REED'S, wltere vou will find a full stock
of everything in the Grocery and Notion line, for sale
at w noiesaie or retail, as cheap as the cheapest and
cheaper than at some other places that could be named.
w e are now daily receiving our spring block of Goods,
niting in part of the following :
20 hhds N. 0. Sutot 50 boxes No. 1 Herring
-.11 b Collee do 10 bl-ls Mackerel
tt 'lo PowM &. CmhM 8 hi do
eu do Molasses and lots 55 bbls k. halves WhtteFish
of syrnps 50 boxes Soda Crackers
50 chests treen Tea 50 bbls Butter do
-it do Black Sl M Cigars all grades
o irutts L newiug Tobacco id kegs winger
ri 0 ilox Cut ami Dry
20 boxes Peppers
.1 1 0 dnz tlo for smoking
10 Long nose Pipes
20 hairs Pepper
50 mats Cassia
50 hags Kio Coffee
20 mats Java do
5J boxes No. I Nutmegs
SH bbls do do
5 tit rces Rice
3 do Codfish
10 boxes Ground Pepper
10 do do Cinm'n
50 boxes Rosin Soap
iO do Variegated do
2l K dos Tran sm rent do
W rlos do Bars
5 boxes Castile Soap
5 do hite do
50 boxes Stearine Caudles
50 do Star do
50 do Tallow do
10 do Sperm do
2tK dox Scotch Ale
100 dos London Porter
An assortment of Shaving
A full assortment of all
soaps of all qualities
500 dox Blacking
50 doi do Brushes
10 gross Playing Cards
1 million Gun Caps
kinds of Nuts
Raisins Figs and Prunes
Tapioca. Corn Starch
Farina dec fcc
tndigo, AlUpic, Starch
Sub. Carb. Soda
Srotch and Maccaboy Snat Suluratus, Salt -kc
And thousands of atticles which cannot be enumerated
in ac advcrtiften.ent.all of which we are prepared to
ell to men hants. grocers landlords and families, at
wholesale or retail, at prices and on terms which ran
fail to give satisfaction. We respectfully request
you to call and see cs. as we don t charge anytntni
lor a sight, and not ir.uch tor possesion.
Warren, May 2, 4 and 5 Market Street
CTRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci
VJ entific men are daMy hriniring to light new Inven
Hons, and the march of provress is ouwrd : person!
llald, or becoming so, will be pleased to learn that sci'
rnce and long research combined, have brought nefors
the reatest Wmmer mj f e jfje, in tne article or eji-
KRSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a soi
rure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling,
See circulars to he had of agents. Price 1,00 in large
.ottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt Jt Co.. and Geo. 4dama,
warren: J. Manning. ioangstownv rrenucc sa
war la, Can fie Id.
V. . riMisCK. & to rropnetors.
march S No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0
VT OTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
L GOODS. J. R. Alrertkor. formerly of the firm
Coiti.ks w. A1.RERTSOK. has just opened a new Store In
Ihe New Block tkt former tf Srir Street ami
tkt Pmklie Severs, Cleretmmd, Osie. where may be
loand an entire New Stock of
ilOI.D AND SILVER WATCHES.
EMiLISH. FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WARK of all kinds, fr'arreafra tmrt Ci
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY. FANCY GOODS aud PERFUMERIES.
In short, everything that ia New and Desirable in
this line, may be found cheaper than can be bought
TTp STJtA'QERS should not fail to visit nt befor,
Cleveland, Dec. 13, If54-j
apHEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
VBOOT AND SHOE E?TADLISU
MENT, No. it. Main Street.
J. McConnell fc Co S. SO Main
street. Warren, Ohio, hare the pleas
me of announcing to the citixens of
Trumbull eountv and the public in
general, tliat they are receiving and manufacturing the
larges , cheapest and best assortment of BOOTS and
SllOKS ever brought to the Western market, whicb
they now otfer tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on the cash and
ready-pay system. Their stock consist of
Men's Coarse Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd Imitation Wu;
44 Hungarian do; French Calf sew'd, steel sTks:
Kip do; Brogans;
Calf Pegs do"; 44 Kip and falf rirogans;
Boys' Boou and Bro grins, all kinds.
Ladies Jenny Lind Boots. Buskins and Ties; Ladies
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Boots;
Misses' t?ewed and Pegged Gaiters and Shoes, of all
binds; Children's Shoes, &c.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS & TOOLS ALL KINDS;
Morocco. Cilf Skin and Upper Leather, aud every
thing usually kept in our line, which will he sold for
i ah. lower than can be found eNewhere in the county.
April 14, IK3. J. McCONNELL . CO.
NEAV HARDWARE STORE.
Sj A. L. MORLEY,
Successor tn James G. Brooks, dealer in Hardware,
Cutlery, Ir-n, Nails and Glass, where at all times can
he found a large an1 raried assortment of House Trim-
mm 3. tan"trr s Tools, s.c.
Received this day and now oiening:
6 dWK. U bite's Cast Steel Axes.
1 44 Hay Knives, "good."
2 Pittsbunrb iun Bai rels.
5 44 Remington's Gun Ban els.
34 tons Pittsburgh Iron. aorted sixes.
50 l.uitdles best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren,XoT. lf ISM. A. L. M0RLKT.
Having this day sold my entire stock of Hardware
loi L Morley, who will continue the business at
old stand, I take this method of informing my old
friemU an 1 former patrons, that I shall remain with
Mr. Morley, where I will oe happy to see them
usual. J. G. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. 1PM. nov. 1 i.l
TSAAC A ISAACS' UNION HALL!
1. Corner of Superior and I'nion streets, Cleveland,
Ohio. This is the largest and most marniucent
in the whole Western Conntrv. and is filled with the
largest and he assortment ..f KKADY-MADK CLOTH
ING AND rURNlSHIN'O GOOD . of all drseriptions.
of our own manufacture, ar.d whtrh is warranted to
helter ent.lietter made aud IteUer adapted to the want,
of the community, ami is fold,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
at lower prices than any other Clothing in the world.
Strangers visiting Cleveland, will find it to their ad
vantage to call at ISAAC I ISAACS',
Union Hall, enrner of Saierior and Union streets.
ttj-LOOK OUT FOR THE UIAXTS. II
T ARRELL S INDIAN LINIMENT
l y Sluan's Ointment, iust ree'd and for sale at
r;. a. ? 'i 1 1 ii v i. o s.
t;oLli LUAlllbia. A prune articio
O for sale ai e.e.iiovtCo's. son of that noon
; TEA, Java and Rio Cofive. Sewllest Raisins. Ric, Ate..
I S'ec d ai So. I. Mna Street.
DR. WEAVER'S CANKER AND
SALT R'lEUM SYRUP, and CE51ATE.
It la an Indisputable fact lh;it the above medicirea
are tlie only infalible remedies now before the pui-Iic,
f.T Cutaneous Eruptiona S ill Rli. am, Krysip.-l.is. Son
Lees. Ulcers, Old Fever Sores, Scald Head, Scarhuue
irruptions dec. tie.
Cases that the most eminent rnystcians nave despair
ed of relieiving. immeiliately yielded to their curat've
powers, nod when used in accordance with the prmte.1
directiona, which accompany each Irottle. The Syrup
and Cerate combined, eradicate any of the above named
d'seaaes.and leaves the suflerer without a blemish.-
The medicines sre too well known .o require anylhius
thm nlain sitenteiit of fact. The jovfnl Intel
liffence is reacnin us oaityirom s.ask, " -.- "..i..
South, of the wonderful cures they are iierformini;.
Who has evertrird these wonderful reme.hes au.l been
deeeivetl? Echo arswirs, Wnor
Sr4.whAi is saiil I r those who have used Ibese ewii
clnrs: The Kev. S.in uel Henry, of Pnln.er. Masssay
they have done more goo I thai all ihe other men
eines 1 have ev-r nse.l for r.r) siielas.
Capt William Vail, of the St-.imer!.ralnletste.s.i.vs
"they have cored my little daughter of Salt lin-urn aim I
Seald Head of six tears' atan.lii. She was literally
covered with sores: is now jwrfectly cured by the use
Dr. A." J. Johnson, of Nonh Wards'oro, Tt., says "a
Scrofulous disease of the hip joint, and Scald Head in
the sam, child, have been cured by the Syrup and Ce
Rev. Augustus Roltea says "It baa cured the Sail
Bheum in my leg."
4 Hatfield Fraaer. Esq.. Editor of the Somerset Whig.
Bomerville. N. J., say s "my mother has leeu complete
ly cured of a severe case of Telttr of long standing, thai
had defied the skill of the best Physicians."
Hon. Joel Loomis. of East Lyme. Coun.. says "I was
completely cured of Erysipelas in my leg. after a coun
cil of the best physicians in the county bad pronounced
the disease incurable, (at my age. which was teveuty
eigl't years.) but Wtaver't Syrup and Cerate did the
work at once."
Elias Latham. Esq., of Orient. Long Island. N Y .
aays I hardly know how to express my gratitude to
you and your medicines. I have iieen afflicted for more
than thirty years with Salt Rhenm in its won't form. I
tried to find relief from various medicines. I tried sev
eral physicians in New York. Brooklyn, and Oreenport.
I have taken your medicines one year.and am now able
to work and sleep without an ache or a pain, and mv
neiehhors say I am the tpriihtest man on the Island."
The Rev. J. S- Swan, of New London, sayt "I have
used tne Syrup and Cerate in my family for more than
a year, and I consider it completely adapted to sustain
the high reputation that ia claimed for iu I have seen
it used in a number of cases for Salt Rheum and ry
tlielat, with entire success.
Ask Seth Prishery, of Taunton, Mast . what these
medicines will do ask William Barl.er. of Three Mile
Hay. Jeff Co, N Y, what the Syrup has done for him--ask
O F or tV H Boynton, of Perkinsville, Vt -ask F I.
Kent, of Chicago, 111. ask Wm F Keahles, or Wm V
Benjamin Esqs, of New London ask Dr M Murdork ol
Pulaski, N Y ask J C Smith, of Brooklyn, N Y, wh.
was cured of Scrofula, after losing hit leg hy the dis
ease, and suffering for years, has been perfectly cured
hy the use of the Syrup and Cerate. Ask Curtis Bur
rough, of Shelby, N Y, who has been cured of a severe
case of Salt Cheum ask Chaa. Akin, of Uuue, N Y.
what the Syrup and Cerate will do for sore legs ask
Winslow and Slafter, Merchants. Virgil, N Y. what it
will do for Fever Sores. In a word. ask everybody who
has ever used these wonderful medicines, and the an
twer will he the same. ThctCcrr.
Manufactured by S. A Weaver at Co., Sole Proprie
tors. New London. Ct-. and for sale everywhere
J. N. Harris at Co., Na. T, College Building, Cincin
nai. General AgruU for the Western States. Sold by
K. A. Smith k Co.. Warren; Williams tt Batten, Met
opotaraia; J. Campbell, Newton Falls
jySj-y W.L.PORTEB, Traveling Agn
A CHANG E. S0METHIN G NEW
IV AND INTEKE3TINO TO THE PrBLIC Th.
old Rooms formerly occupied bv II. IV. llolloway, t
aether with the enti e stock and interest of same, h iv
tng been purchased by LAKE fc MARSH, exuerien-el
Dagaerreotypisu, they are now preparea w czecRm
work in the best sti le of the art. .
Having a large amount of Stock, and Cases of all
kinds and sixes, they flatter themselves that they ran
give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them witli
No Picture, will be told unless they are poiitivel)
Come old, come yonng. come great and small.
To the Daguerrean Rooms over "Fresco Hall."
Warren, June 27. P55.-3m
SPRINO ASD SUMMER STOCK
Just iteceived at the
VTEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
Ll STORE. Xo. 3. Market Street .A.
tientle Snring has come ! and so Bat the TV
choicest, most select, and cheapest stock of
Hoots and Shoes ever brought to Warren, for
Soring and Summer wear.
D. II. WARREN, in announcing this fact to hit Ml
loot, and the world at large, invitea tbem, one and all
lo come and see fur themselves, for he feels confident he
can suit them with any kind of good Boot orbhoe they
Purchasing bit stock of the Manufacturers for Cash
enables him to offer snch inducements to buyers as can
not be found elsewhere.
Ladies ! von like to have a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
I have taken especial care to please yoa by selecting the
most fashionable, prettiest and most genteel stock roi
ladies' wear, that could be found in Mew Vork; so all
that like the ornamental aa well at useful, will call anil
aee and buv. before going elsewhere.
Gents! I have the best assortment for your use the
greatest variety of material, and the latest fashions, only
call and see mv Clolh.Kidand Enamelled GaitwTS.
Children ! come, and I can fit yoa with any kind ol
Rhne or flaiter vonr taste mar select.
D. 11. W. again returns thanks for past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boou aud Shoes made to order and warranted
to nt. B. H. v AKKE.l.
P. 8. Don't forget the place. Ko. 3, Market Strict.
next to Smiths and McCombs. apr.
IRCULAR SAWING. We an
Drenared to do all kinds of Circular Sawing, sue)
as Brackets. Patterns, Carriage work, die., on short
notice. je 6 SPEAR At SON.
00D NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A rare chance now offers foi those In need, to
buy Groceries cheaper than erer. Our new goods are
here, and more coming. We hare now on hand a good
supply of all kinds, consisting in part, aa loiiowa;
We have also Inst received, and will tell cheap fol
cash, a large lot of Yankee Notions of all kinds, and
are nreuared Jo tell to merchants, grocers, lanuiorus.
and the omdIo in general, at wholesale or retail, cheap
er than the cheauest. All we ask. is to call and exam
ine our Mock before purchasing elsewhere, aa we arr
bound not to be undersold. Remember the place, aoa
4 aud 5, Market street. arren, Ohio.
June. DCS LAP, STEWART 4 REED.
"VTEW STEAM W00LEN FACTORY,
XI one half mile north of Kinsman Store, on tin
Th anhseribera having bought the Wool Carding et
tahliahment late It owned by 11. Pohes, formerly Allen
dc Fobes. intend carrying on MANUFACTURING
iu various branches. W ool manufactured on tne sa.-rea
or by the yard, into Doe-Skins. C ass i meres, SatineUa
Tweeds. Flannels and Kentucky Jeans.
CARDING and SPINNING done on short notice.
Also. Wool Cardinc and Cloth Dressing. Wool carded
l:ito rolls at cents per lb. Carding and Spinning.
1-1 1.' ei-nta-
As we are patting In tteam-works, those having wool
to card, by coming early in the day, can bare the rolls
to take hack with tuem.
As we are getting on the best of Eastern Machinery
and have had lone exnerience in the business, we Butei
ourselves at being able to do aa good work, and
cheap, al at aaj other establisnmenu
Those having wool to manufacture or card, would d
well to give as a call, as by strict attention to business
we nope to gel a snare oi uie pumic juiinju.
J. W. FARKA-NC CO.
Kinsman. 0., June ft, 1855.-tf
OPRING AND SUMJIKK GOOU.S
kl at the NEW TORK STORE.
"The suhaeriliers are now receiving their usual suii
ply of Spring and Summer goods, and are prepared
offer great inducements to those who wish to hoy goods
eheaD. Fanners' produce taken as heretofore,
which cash and goods will be paid.
PARKS dc WENTZ.
Warren, apr. 25. ,
6) n Hhd'8. Suar.
eidfj 23 Bill's. Molasses.
9i Bacs Collee, for tale at Cincinnati prieet.
adding freigbt, at the SEW 10TK ST0R1S.
FRESH TEAS Green and Black
50c T5c and S1,M, of superior flavor, at the
pr. 5. ' E VVjr0KK8T0RB .
KAA PIECES PRINTS all grades
O uv and descriptions, from four eentt to a shil
lingperyard. apr.gj. maagiwi
FASHIONABLE STRAW BON-
JL NETS, Rilibont and Flowers. Silk Bonnets,
I.aces and Parasols, the largest stock in the Conntr can
be found at the fapr.25. SKW V0KK STORE.
TvEN CH PRINTS, Ginghams, Lawns,
a.' Muslins, ChsJlyt, Barages. and other rich dress
aods can be found in great variety, at the
apr.2o. SEW0KK 8T0RK.
lASIIIONABLE HATS One case
I. White Beaver Hats, of superior quality, at the
apr. 25. NEW YORK STORg.
I)EADY MADE CLOTHING AND
.1 t HATS AND CAPS. We have opened a tales
room devoted exclusively to this trade, and kevp
brie a ttock as can be found in the county always
cheap and warranted well made, at the
apr. 25; NE W YORK ST0RE.
"iVOYAL WILTON, Brussels, three
Ply.Ingraia and Venitian Carpeting, also Rnps.
Prugxeu. Mattiugs. Oil Cloth. &C, the largest stock
old Trumbull, can be had at the
pr. g5. NEW TORK 8T0RB.
BLACK, Figured. Cli m leon, Pla;d
and Summer Silks, in great variety at the
apr.-j5. NEW YORK STORE.
CI LOTUS, Cas imei g, Satinets and eve
thing in the line of woolen goods at prieesthat
competition, at the NEW YORK STORE,
I)APER HANGINGS, Win low Pa-
.! per and Oil Shades, at the
NEW YORK STORE.
EAV Y SHEETINGS AND SHIRT-
inga, six tt eight cents, at the
ROCKERY, Gass-Ware. Looting
Glasses. tc. a large stork can always be found
at the lapr. 45 NEW YORK STpRK.
'PUTTLE'S best C. S. Hoes, Ames',
L Rowland's and Pixley's Shovels and Spailrs. Tut
lie's Hay and Manure Forks, Clapp't Scythe Suatht
and Williard's C. S. Scythes, at
jr13 . A. L. MORLEY 3-
DAGUERREOTYPE Stock a large
assortment just received at
June IS THE TALL BRICK.
HARDWARE. A. L, MORLEY
now receiving a large and will selected stock
Hardware, which will be sold at wholesale or retail,
very low prices.
Warren, June 5, 1H55.
CONTROVERSY between Senator
Brooks and t John, Archbishop of New Y'ork.
Ibe Church Property Bill, with portraitsof both. Price.
S5 cents. jrt: AT BALDWIN'S.
LAMARTINE'S History of Turkey.
JeiT AT BALDWIN'S.
rPHE ESCAPED NUN, at
KHODriS f EVER & AGUE CUKE. I
0KNATU11KV INFALLIKLK dPRf'lFIC. For
Hie Prevrnuun anrl cure of Intermittent :i::'t H mittei.t
Fever. Fever mad AifUe, CUillsaud Fevvr. Uutui Atns.
tin. em I Ifehilttr. Niftht Sweat. .nd ki! oiti-r r..n:. -I '
disteue whicb bare ftcutuintMi rvgta iu Hiaitim or IU-
Ibu It a 5attk4IV Autiootb which will ertirt!ypr- '
tectauy rei.iit or iravt-lifr eren in the nvot cuiy ;
r wnmpy localities, from any Azve. or Hillioan dt- '
h--uever, or any injury iruiu coi atantly Uahil- -in
Ma Una or Miasma. !
It will it.Mautiy check the A true in persons who hrr
-uRered IWai,? Iciipll of Uium. from one .itty tt twDtf
-.rs.B-,mm im-v r.w-fd Drrer hnve j.it.ther chill, t
coi.tiiimuc iLiosf atr 'lif.;: to d.reci.ot... T ia :
etit at once lii rfo. er ;etite :r-d ftieith.
"'I euntiiue ui.t.l ar. .. .,t ..... .i-...ui -
ifcte.1. " (
nn or ;o iMui fr
om- m.r '-"li-iirt u-vrr
-French an I S:ai.ik
iCconi .t.y r-.-h ..u.e.
rrtee one uoilar. Li.,;rl .li.-.a.,.a.- , , . i- .. .
JA3. A. KUt.-IE3 Proprietor,
AflB5T-rtDeJnBI. J- D. Park: TSKi'S t-
berta. For taie by Medicine dealer, ge&erally'
IV1DESCE 0B SAFETY.
Siw Tftii. June 11,1-55
I have marie a chemical exuDiiuitiiin of Rh.-i
Fever and Airuc Care, or Antidote to Malaria" ami
have teaied it fur Arsenic, Mercury, fuioibe, Q
Strychnine, hut have nut foand a particle of either in
it, nor bar I found any tnhatance to iu cotupositio
that would prove injurious to lie constitution
Juu H. Chilton, m. 1. , Chemist.'"
TIDNC OF 1EKJT.
LxwiaacRO, I'nion Co.. Pa., I
Way 2. lf:5
Ma J. A. Rhoois Dear Sir: The box of medicini
yoa sent me vu duly rwceired oo the 11th of April,
in j rina you nerew.ia, receibf ior tne same
I hare sold a boot one half of it. and so far the neonlc
ho have ned it are sat in fled that it ha enred thea.-
It baa certainty stopped the A true in everv one who hai
nseu it, and mix oi the citaes were of loos; standing.
My sister, who has bad it for five or six years hack, and
eould never get it stopped, except ty Juioine,and thai
niy a ions; as she would take it, is bow, I uunk, eo
reiy cured ny your remedy.
it it uuis continues to keep off the Ague, as I think
will, you may expect from lj large orders.
I am, lir. yours, very truly,
C. E. McGlNLY.
CAUTION TO AtiUS SUFFERERS.
Take no more arsenic. Tonic. Merwn Oninint.
Fehrifuces, Strychnine, or Anti Pcrioriie of ie kind.
The well known inefficiency of these noxious poisons
proves them to he the offspring either of false medical
principles, or of mercenary quackf. The only remedy
in exmenr?e tnat isimtn nre and harmless,is KlU'DtS
a 3i u Aui b ulhm. j-y.
OEM0VAL AND CHANGE.
R. 0. Darling, (formerly Darling Jfc Bro
ther.) has removed his Simp to the building at
the corner of Liberty and $outh street, where be
s prepared to carry on Black smith ing in all its l ras
hes. Kiilroad tools made on short notice, and in
superior style ; HoTse-sboes, warranted not to "cut in
the eye, and pot on iu ti'4op manner. May 30, ,.!v5.
DISSOLUTION. Tbe copartnership
heretofore existing under the Style and Fins of
I'orter 4t Co., is this day dUaolred hy aiutuai consent
The busues of the late firm will he adjusted hy C. S
i nner, kooii aatnorizeo to settle the tame.
a. n., an early aettlement is res eetfullr solicited.
C. 8. PlkTBR
J. SL TANtiOKDER.
Warren, juae 9, 1855.
NOTICE The Drag tHiaineaf will he eonttnoed at tha
Md tkani) recently occupied by Porter Co. by the
44ibacriber. who respectfully solicits a continuance ol
the lttHrl patronage heretofore bestowed afMin the es
U-hthment. B FOKTi.il.
juue 13, 54.
DOORS. DOORS, DOORS.-To Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We can fnrnisa
fou with Panel Doors vt all styles, a great deal cheap
nan yon can make tnem hy Hand, (and as good if not
etter.) Call and examine our vork and prices1' on
ill he suited with both. A Large supply conttaotW on
innd. A liieral discount to wholeiale trader
January Is PEAK 4fc SON.
i NMI0NY CARTER'S REAL ES-
V TATK is for sale; Twenty-three acres, one mil
if nth east of the Court House, lying on two Road.
Hid for it, at any thine abore ftluu per acre, will he re
ci red for one month hereafter ; the highest bidder the
buyer, reserving crops ; after one month, the first oner
jf 91U0 per acrs will .urchase ; after two month, the
highest hiu oyer $4.0. that may he handed in during the
third month, will purchase ; there must le $0u, cash
loan, and balance on seven per cent, interest, payable
innoaily, secured on the land, to he arenrxtely mema-
urni. B. . UOr FMAN.
Warren, jane 13-tf. Executor of A. Carter.
rtOM MISSION BOOKS- Geo. Adams
has received a large quantity of hooka, on com
mission, from the publishers, Josefdias works, complete
at $1 25; Plutarch lives, fl 87 Dick. worka, U
rols.. $3 ju Spectator, 91 H7, -kc, these hooks are all
complete, hound in fuR. leather, library binding, at the
prices named. Now ia the time to get the standard
works for yonr library. J. 13.
OOAP AND CANDLES FOR SALE,
O One hundred Barrels of Soap, a splendid article
also Fifty boxes of Candles. By A L C. DAY. Mar
ket St., one door west of Empire Block, Warren. O
H. B. Candle and Soap deliverea to any part of
lite Town, by applying as above directed. Also per
!Hns wishing to exchange ashes and grease for soap.
riu be accouiaodateu. rleaae save your ashes.
Mar, fet-tf. A. L. C. DAT.
MEADY PAY SYSTEM FOR 1855
WW Mews K. L. GIBBS It CO., are adopting this
vs1em in their business at Windsor. Ashtabula Co.. O
where they are selling more goods, and at lower prices
tliai any edtablUhment in their vicinity. That is so
eiime and try them! They wage war on high prices
They have boagbt their goods low. and are aeeing how
-heap they can sell tnem and live, xaeir mptto tu
'quick sales and smrnil profits a nimble sixixnce- 1
better than a slow 'hillipz."
Call and see them, and .hey will sell you goods lower
than you can buy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble, ihey are clever fellows ana deugiu
in showing goods at all times give them a call
retry 14 ;w-ly.
7 ARREN MARBLE SHOP, shunted
on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Tan
(order's Brick Block, where may be found a choice aa
sttrtment of Italian and Vermont Marble, Tomb Stones.
Monuments, Spires and every thing in the Mar'le line
! the test quality and nnisn, in tne oestor style.
All peraons th:t are in want of anything in
the above line, will find it to their advantage to give
me a call and examine stock and prices befofe pure has
ing eLse where. Call and see. L. F. GAGER.
Mar. 14. '55. 1 y.
STOVES, TIN WARE, ike THE
KJ KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson A
Co., with a new and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove. Genesee Valley, elevated oven. Clinton, elevated
oven. Premium, elevated -oven, Ohio Premium, ami
w oman s Rights stove.
1) P. JAi.ES0N fe CO., continue ti
13 mannfacturt Cheese Vats, of a new and improved
attern, with heavy copper heaters.
Eave-troughs put up on short notice, and warranttil
if good material; aiaoall kinds of Job Work done m
Warren. March 99. 154.
ISS0LUTI0N. The partnerj-hil
heretofore existinr hetweem the subscribers QD
'ler the name and styl. of 3. h C. Sloser ia this day dis
solved bv mutual consent. Tue notes and accounts 04
the late firm, are in th, hards of gamae! afoser foi
settlement. s.tntfcl. siuan.
Warren, July 24, WM. CORNELIUS MOaB.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The ndersirned.of the al
Arm of S at C MOSKR, has this day associated with hits
Michael Muter, for the purpose of continuing th. Mer
cantile business at the old stand, nnder tlie name and
ty' of C. tt SI. alosex. They respectfully invite a
continuance of tlie patronage so lerally extended tr
the tale firm. COR.SSLICS MOSER.
Warren. July 26. 1854.
jL 1 All persons indebted by note or book account to
tlie lute firm of 3 dt C. Mokk, are berehy notified to
nil forthwith and square up. 8AML J-L iiOafcR.
Feb. 14 'o-i-tf.
UMAN B A RETT'S PATENT
BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are wole azentt
lor the County of Trumbull. It it warranted to crinir
the toughest p.ece of Leather in lav. avtaaias, which il
frequently take an hour or mor. to do the same pitce
of work. It stands without a rival We would resect
fully ea! tlie attention of our friends of the craft lo
the subject. Do not forget tha place. No. 21. Main St.
Warren Q. d 13 JAS. Mi-COSXELL $ Co.
NOTICE. The copartnership of John
U Weeks A C, it this diy by mutual consent
dissolved. All persons iudeuted to the same firm ar
requested to call immediately and settle. Those by
book accour.t, pay to John I. Weeks, and those by note
lay to A. Wenu. JOHN L. WEEKS.
reb.Hth'5.. A. WENTZ.
Nntir.. The subscriber will continue th nnflnett
at heretofore at the old stand. A good stock of cloths
and ready made clothing, and also a good assortment
of hats, and caps, constantly on hand.
rVb. 21. '5. JOHN L. WEEKS.
IJORTER Ac Co.'s NEW DRUG
1 STORE. The proprietors of this establishment
iRkKnluure in announcing to the lmblic.thataotwub
standing the late lire which destroyed a large portion ol
our Ooods. we are again opeu and in full operation.at
No. 3. Market St., warren, o., wnere we are uany r
rivim Fresh Drum direct 'rem New York and Phil-i
delphia. which we are offering for Casual prices tha,
t-annoiiaii airing awuinuuu.
May 24 lni4
THE AMERICAN HOUSE! NEW
1 ARRANGEMENTS AT THE OLD STAND f ! Tts
i4i . lie are hereby notified that this well-known Boose
being fitted np hy the proprietor, HENRY LOU, in s
style which will insure lo all wno may give aim a can
ample accommodations and good fare. The furniturt
and " fittings up" generally w ill oe new, aud of the bt-sl
description. No paint will be spared in making il
pleasant and comforiaMe. The silu.ition of the buiklint
iHfing fiue. and convenient for persons who come u
town. Mr. L. feols that, with a determination not t. Ik
outdone in his effoiOS to please, he deserves a liberal
share of that italronage heretofore voucbsaleii Rim I')
the pul.lic. Uive the AMERICAN a call and you will
Warren, April 4th. !85i.-tf
"HELP CASH-US ! !"
money past due, are respectfully informed that the
mmst pay us. We sell our goods at cash prices, and
cxjiect cash for them sometime. A word to the wisr
is sulhrieut. oct If PACKARD 4c BARN CM.
)LACK and Colored Cloakin.' Cloths ;
) a superior quality oi yard wide Black Silk Velvet
for Cloaks, Maiitil'as. stc, at toe ' n D
jan 3 WAUKKN DRY GOODS ST0RB.
DR. BEACH S ECLECTIC PIU.C
tu e, in three volumes, price 9 !. 't'? '
Apr li. BALW DIN S.
7RESH GARDEN SEEDS, just re-
eeiverf a large lot of choice, fresh i.anlen seeat,
Irom Rochester, N. Y put up by L. r. losn t.o.
Also a variety of Flower Seeds, among which are
maoy new and beautiful kinds
at K. A. SMITH at Co's..No.5. Main t.
CARPETING. Royal Wilton. Brus
sels, Three Ply, Ingrain, Cotton and Hemp, and
" NEW-YORK ST0RB-
IIE WATCHMAN, a companion to
zktrr. A few copies Just received y
'J. l.J ADAMS .
1 .'.i i. i illNti..
AN D V A I. U A ISLE."
fWr ..(" t!, irViM no
k w-r v'J in rhrm to
"i - Z !:.- r. . ' I -T'lli. :ud Ui rtv!c"w
- .. .. I fir 1.11 't"yi-
i 'Tf ilHt.-;v-? Wit.li'kT-
s: V:- : rid
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Xt t Tt-.V !' ia Afltai lit; ji"
i.- .lUiiN m;i.iA's
-m. M ri-D- aod tbf r-l
.4-.1 '. L'iri i.'- lti. i riiii'v retOT't. All
tj H h - -ttl.i i - ;pl Ltivs u&ifrctft
iia.:.i. iii.-r .'. t i z:. -.- ": .'-e.r fAn e.
lhit wtn-iira" ti . i- :? .''-:. j to bii-I yer'r-X
Its utri f iv.tm; : -i r-" tfttt Vrt- wf
thaw'sJantas l i..-.uf :.tr a ':.: ' atviu h' 1 AcrrLa
kr rvi'JtM it u i j j-j.u.a. au-1 witr .ae ijw
lo th wir l.if.h ;U f .Ii.iriir-nt. Kni'r ltU'n. IVn
lii.U-ra. -ud t'i.iu . .tr.'t.-rN. ard '.si 3ilitT nf rU
trn-iUi-a br -i-ktitbj r w iU M ti" T3t "Aiwruss
Kintr tf rsiu " :i y-f jrftir. ft:powr-l wHv
wwi rvh ani
Vie wiHili k th- ,!rirj ltari awaivnp-t-n
j nUMi i4 kiwi ixt sU.L k ntiti a.u.ti'l bnuil ud
ri:.e. W nn iii fut.'f ,iiuz tlie Klnj of Pain
a rU'ile trial. r.u if m if? . mxmtk Lh-tr iiirtu. na
In ita Ub:iiC r-nu-i.ii K. -pr.tk wtil t.L often of it,
and k that it t uyl tttnr nttiU trd nuiuhf-nr. Tito
lirirftrrawn. srk.tnUtV. i dwbti lhri iud their
rutirri u frif r.( ui iiii ai.v vluars. W-Uiciiieiv
they will be di. .tu m-t ul ltv--oU-H".s that thy can
Weli tie lud it 'iikis. v pnvverful and troty-tKttiirml
r-MneUv fir al! rzUvunl iims n re. ltini!, tKima,
Aeani ft-r manj niwru.UU''tj'iial it is a .-rrt.D curt,
yet it p-rlWti hanul.-, aod cimpablv of produdag
tha hwat uijuriou. rttt:t in the Btunt dv.kax canea or
the wtmkrt ruoMtitutioa.
Jt ia eutirviy ttMr!-Ma to J llnv. the old and worn-out
syatrm of pui iUiiiutf tv the ;ii !ic thoufaods erti6
aats if woudent at.rf6riiel i' Uii iuedjiiM. It easts
but twtuty-hve rau tf tr it- and Vr. bull stakes hla
well-aru. d rcputtiN o- on :he tviuaj of i'ain doiag aii
and more Uian & rLtiin 6r it.
Wawnul.t k hm a tb Khenmatijan or Gout;
these art? mt asini coiu)KUiitjBa. and we know that
you wouU iir.9 u driv them a way as eoun as posaibM,
"BULL'S Kl.i Ol PAW."
Would vow l rurr-i alnoi4 imincdiatr of Bowel
Com pta iutl UFsuterv. .'ttnnHrr CompUint. "BOwt-rm Mor
has. Cramp :i)ii.-. llrait Arbe. T.th or auv other ach
r pais, tne Teutedy fo kioipW and the rur certain, -
CSB TH3 tiUEAT KLIli Of PAIN.
Wodld yon havo ynur dwelltnn. Cuta, Buraa
Braids. Itruuie&A or any other wound bealrd, w row wat
SL use the
MAGICAL K.S0 OF TAlS.
Would you hs enred of .-rmld ll4. irtiff JMota, $oro
nroaL Ntralia. for Urv.i: (.urni-Aim. Titr or Ktna;
Vl'rm.4alt hbea:a. thlnxit r itr u in-wria. -bapoMi
EUnda. and all thwr mtv. .itb-r lr or Kuaidn. wo
my again and apM. vova bucwlm w- r. J bn bull a
KINO rAlN." . -
Would too b rrnwl of Uin K.il. Canr. Tumors
aptiona. or anv dimai of the r-fc'n eausvd by imparo
baaod. then ue lr. Jhn Hull ?trapnrUla iutraHy,
and thohinsrof Pain e( rnaiiy. owchiuK can bamoro
wtain than a speed and irVtnual cure.
D2 JOdX BULL'S . -
Tills BnealrHM. bu a.'r-;iua as 1:
iU cura, without ui, :
" -. ' " eerafulav ' ' - -or
hiu a t.vil.
Cancer, Li irp.iwns . -" . .
of the f in f.r,. ip.iaa
Tumors, tniwiiic Hire Kyea. '.
Ring Worm or Trit--a rald Head.
Itheumatiam. Pais" in th. buims ot
Jwinta.Old B.'rea and Licers. Swelling of
th.iii.nda SpbUis. l .spepM.. Bait i.hewas,
Tllsi awanf the hidueva I1M&M.-S aliiug Iron th.
ass of MsTrarv.Lms jt ArpHi'a iaia hi the Side and
Bbouldera. general DrLilitr. Liimlw. I ou.-hs. Colds,
Dropsy. Jaundice. CostivenmM. i:ront-hitls. UMakoaws of
Cliast Sor. Throat. !u!innar alt.ictioiia and all other
DsHsvea tenth ntprtni-e&': suanptkm. Uvsr Cesar
mlaiata. lrmai inntuiantiab aud loniplaiota. Low
nptrita. Mrk and aervou ih ad-eeaas, N t;ht Swaau,
iUDKSUM. or Impru.lec'je in US-- Cbronie Coav
stitutsoual Disrasea sad as a Spring aad
Summer Drink, and iienrtl Tonir for th.
Systesa. and a tivuti. and Pleasant
Piuvati... It is superior to Blue
. Lack and couurevs Water,
&alta Sidiita '
It fa a remarkabl. Ci'-t. that among the htrndreds of
tsniaent pbysa-ians who a ... eaamiued the rseit. by
which bull's arsaparilla is prepared, not one haa con
demned it. but all appror. it and roaimead it iu th.
hkbest ternia. Mu ph-. afclans eprtns themselvea
ssraiurlr in the belirf that ii Is .leekledl . th. beat prepo
ratiou of Sarsatwrilia th a has r heeu placed befor.
the public AJlhou'h turear. many ph.atetantwho
fssl a reluctance lo bavin tlvlr namrw appended to th.
raeoaunskidata'n of any pin, ular reuw.iv, notwith.
ataning they may apprt;Te --f It in the harheht dwr.;
than are others who frankl? ieid thir p;rt in iavo
of a remedy which thet is nl ii- of J.'ing sa
much good in an affifc-tct i.mc.uuity -s an evident,
read the (uilowint: from o.l aod ivp-t.il.le pLysk-iana,
Ofbich standing iu the enuau::ity in wUs b thej Ui.
afa-Testioooy like th- llni"g rendrr. si.p-rrtnowa
aSoomussnU.n thaelsvscy of liuD . .-arsaparUa. Irons
Dr L. V. Yand-IL Proffcj.r of I heiuistry in th- lranv
Tlli. Medical Collnce: I have looked over the list of ua
rradints composing Job. Uilll s Compound r jtrai-tof
Ersaparilla aod har. no bamtation im aaying that thsy
fcrm a safe aumpoand. aud one that promisa. wsU U
thronie ibseaaea. to which it is pplicai.U
laSTJaTILtR, JwM C 1S4S.
What Dr. Pries, phvsWao by appointment to th.
UtusviU. Marin, nospital. sajs of Bull a SarsapanlJsi
I hAT. examined th. pr-a.-rlptlon t th. preparatiosi
wf John Buil t Sarsaparilla. and 1 bsliev. th. rombma
Uoa to bt an aaeellent on, and weU calrulated pro
auos an alterative Impreawu on th. syrtera. I hn.
awd it hcth tn public aod Rrt't prsrtios. and thin
tt Is th. best artiel of SparUl j, a
(Mhssnt nrstrlan LowisviU. Marin, nornitai.
Bwttsr testimony than wm .ver offered im fcvor of air,
-ojcio. shrr. E. - SaBoo-Hev. h. ! ttmn , .
imsvoxa. May IMtK IM9.
mr. ban used John Bull s riaraAparilta. asai kavs
it to bs used, with enure tisciitn: ana
iT hJUten stsrln our l-l-t that ft is a ta
amd valuable medical eompound. an l ealcuuteu to pro
LTneh enod and reliev. much anftenng: and tner-
tan would cheerfully and aal a
to the sill start,
t. ' (Sigtesdl
J. W. SEH0N,
wa weuid awn-atly loviu all perse o who ar. tuffsv
Iriany of th. uta that Beau hdr to. to adl on
1? John BuD srt. and gwt a -opv of Boll s ssmily
iournlleratis. and t th aaa. of bamanityw. hop.
urnai go. unwiUmg ts)
Sv. BuUaSarsaparilla a trial aner-remc. d reooj
Eetuu at th. sam. Muss, that tt It hnpoa.c.1. fcr tha
"topaMiAh the n,h partofth.
Bnentoaof astoundiiMieure. pert.raied bT hu J0
rUiTTh. amount of testimony Tolootar.lyj.-ereol
UriL nll .9.rrrill. from weU known and -risti.
010 public and private Uts, ha.
HtV'rthn'nnTWnSpAl offle West Sid. FlfU.
BR. JOHN BULL'S
H EaJkOLAT STRKET. 1 1 rTFTH STRKRT
" NkW YORK. I LODISTUXB.
BBB0O1ST9 AND MERCHANTS THR0CGH0CT -KM
CNITH) tTATlS, CANADA, MIX ICO, ASD ;
THE WEST INDIES
Th. .hove valuable medicine, fresh and pure, lust
received and for sale by X. A. SMITH or CO.. Drug
gists, Warren; H H Mason, a lies; wm. Bcnmica.vau-
rPO LUMBERMEN AND SHIP
L BUILDERS. Th. subscribers are now prepared
to manufacture Ralstoa'a Portable Horixontal Saw
Mill, with engine) and holler, all ready to run. and to
dispose of t- rritorial and individual rights. This val
uable invention biug now brought to a high "tale or
perfection, otters to purchasers the following ijaportaiit
advantages over all other saw mills:
It cuts more lumber. It makes smoother lumber.
It saws each board entirely on and leav.s no stub-sht-thas
saving greatly in ynantity.and improves the qual,
itv It possesses the same advantages for sawing long
timber and ship plank as the gang saw. the saw running
horizontally, ruts plank Irom the top of lb. k g. tho
weight of the lo. I nrether with the fastenings, prevent
all springiug. The machinery, saw and carriage being
raised only a few inches alio re the surface, saves all
expense of drawing up timber, and adds greatly to the)
convenience and safety of handling lumber.
It reuuires fewer hand to work it, -
It is portable, and can be moved three milet at an
expense of forty dollars; thus the mill can be staved t.
limber. It is equally applicable to Urge and small
machinery. The taw rant boris.ntally. and In sasn,
thus giving th double advantage of the ouiek stroke of
Ihe am ley taw, and the strength of the ".
These mills are now in oneratHin in arren. Trum
bull Co..O Caaonsburg. Pa-. c""?b";Ti
iligton County, Iowa. Sev.. are " Ul 1
two in Wheeling. Ta. Th. mill in Warren will b rt-
moved in a few week.
addressed to th sobscrlbers at
Newton rail. Trumoun
T"? SwrT" WHITE 4 HAIOHT
Wat. n. Haiswt. ! June . DM r
PACKARD k BARNUM S LIST of
Ha) ing and Harvest Tools for
100 os Millard s Cast Steel w arranieu ircju,e,
BO - Silver
30 " Harris' - -
tin " ! and 3 tined Hay and Straw Pork.
S zt Genuine Quicnehaug Scythe Stones,
IU Indian Pond dr t ummington Scythe Stone.
. J " Com. Scythe Rides, cheap. -S
Dooble treble teatflraniteshaxpnera,
3 - -Ticklers." new article, best in market, ,
WKSJ Hand Hay Rakes, below pedler't prices,
ill dos Lamson's pat. Scythe Sneaths,
10 - pat. Iron Sneaths these are no heavier than
the wooden sneaths, and will not trembss
in the heaviest grass.
50 6rain Cmllea, assorted patterns,
1 doa Sickle.
8 ton Bcrea Grind Stones, assorted sises.
The above for sale i. the trade at esatem prices, aa I
at refill at a small ailvance. .ad wru
June le". li"5i. r""'""'
7IRGINIA AND MAGDALENE
or the Poster Sister, by Emm .. South
worth. A new and eleg. w wora ; jat w.
jy4 . .