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OCTOBER. BY THE LATE WILL IN GAYLORD CLARK.
Solemn, yet beautiful to view,
- Month of my heart thou Iawuest here
With mJ and fa-led leant to strew
The rinner' aaelanc'. jy Mer.
Ti woar IngnT thy wiiuls I icar.
As the rJ snuirt dies afar.
And Kir ot p'pic cloods appear,
Obecoxiug every western star.
Thou solemn month ! I hear thy Toiee;
It tells my soul of other ditys.
When hat to Mr - -wvs to re.oice.
When earth vac lovely to my gaze:
0 visions L.gl.t T 0 sed hvurs ,
Whore are tlVrir living rarHnres now T
ay pint's ae-iricd powers
I -k my ile anl fevered brow 1
1 1-tok to Xuz. , and behold
My life's dim eaihl cats, ruftljng round,
lii hoes Ji criuiso. afc-J of gol-i .
The year's dead honor ii the ..round;
Axii sighing with the w.nJs. 1 f el,
Wu.te heir Ww piaioa am.iau-i.y, .
Bow n.uch their swttt.h.g toiie rer. -
Of iift aid pumas destiny.
When S -ring's .vl'gh.so&e mome ts shore,.
They cuac id scphyrs uimui the West; ;
They Irore tle wooJ-iwk's ltll3p tone.
The s:i:re3 the blue akt-' lasy breast;
Through Summer, fah-.trcg in the heat,
Ihey lingered in thr for.t shades;
Bat changed and strengihencd bow, they beat
In Morn o'er nuunuun, lea, and glads.
How like those transports of the breast,
Whest life is Iresh acd joy it new; . .
feu a the halcyon's iow- y nest,
And t:o-;lent all, as they are true !
They st r J loaves iu -hat hri ghtwi-eath -
Wnioh Hope about hsr ;orehed twines,
Till Grief's hot :mhs r,ucd .t breatiio;
Then Pka-sare's iip it- smile resigns.
Alas I for Time, and Death, and Caret
" What gloom a!oat our way thfy fling T
tike cionis in AiUnmn's guty air,
The tariai pagent of the Spring.
- The dreara that each success ire year.
Seemed bathed in hues wTbrixhter pride.
At last like withered leaves appear,
r And sleep In darkness side ny side. ,
a " 1 are coit..u:t:i v in -tne emoiov-
fiifi); iii. i ion tiuiQ u.ij iviiy tlse. A
trial urdly ever g'e, ';liro..g,i without
eliciting some" stroke ui a it, some gro-
tesqae or humorous i.ii., ur absurd use of I
language th.tr v i.T w , p -t he bar' in a
pleasant hJinor.-;iU ;h- n xi. class comes
along.' Ofv:n.r tli tn unv other class wit-
nesses citht r Tcry sharp or wilfully stu
pid, furnish w- inn; 'A h"'h lrra!
lunctn n!-y, in tl,is 6 up, tfilla about a
ciws Xiiiii.aitin wiich he conducted
o::te. MwiD.i(; after this fash-
Q. ----- . -t ; -t ,;. v -
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wiifi.-ii,u ua o uiiti ana a iii-
UMXie were engage', jsl-omeide the gro
cery doe r towarris t.'.e.het l of the (ightj
now teil the Court and Jury what you
were dMng at that p.uojlr juncture
- V.- j.i , .,. A; ! i was pursaadin' Wil-
i.-fcH J. -Win tllnt kn b t.iti' a urrf
i: a!i tie would oat listen to me.
r. Ah! What was 'it he wa
V itiis . Well, h.: hi! me by the coal
collar. ; J, : .
Lawyer. AiiViLi- gelie? Come let'
have it ail out. ' . ? '" .' '
Wi;npf-s. Oh, yes. HJiilt me by the
collar wif !i on- li trxl, xiid . was a patt'n
enctm vtnt on my ki ad, ith a great bij;
; k. i:. I'obT. v ', '.
THE COOLEST YET KNOWN.
P t-mv h 1 ha-i wise, if not th
h : : i- !t j orid any soit of a mistake.
1L-. d in CnluDibus, Omkj, and was u
p-. n-liit-i.t .nuiiberif ttif df-mocratie jmr- j
1y. ro years Mnte he H4id iiis vquar
aUJ'iidvtt politictti atbTjiij in a towi
so.!!- nii'cs dis u!it. (Juiug iuto a grocerv I
!.e c-ai'1 lor ihi-Li y Tut biins If and fol-
- i.i:iring " Ultill, Lit I CLL
-"' --i. 5i i-oi;ii!'-r' with his knutVles,
-' ' - ki-r. rni r nnrr drnd in' the eye
wi.'i t! ( i-kcIpsi inipaikuce inmgina-
"Tlemtmine''' '1 ;' ' - .
Y:jU'u!" .xclaiined. the indignant
d -'e-. 1 n-d wLa; tht- t'euce are. you ?
IIw d 1 know. I an) safe to credit you ?"
-P.-iis ! -oifr! qu:te safr, goose,"
reni oi-tt' into. My name is Bammv.
is:i I oe a d d hjg !i;ll in wy groce
ry in Columbus !" - 1 -
T'.tf-n 'ftiving rite dm.lpT a look that
s ii - tvniMiv't hv. spnkn o short
if y--v ii i.uti ih.it lj; cnr.kfii his hnt oil
Ofie idt) h I vei v t.--l;bHa!:v rrlired.
It is sel ifHii thai. Ju;i js Caesar llantii
nibal says aiiytirii'!ij 'jr;!i" qii:.ting, but
the fi'lioiitg is ood : - . " .
" Dey may rail aai.-iM winnnen a
much as dey lilt-, dt-y 'can't'set me
against df:m. . I h:.b always in my life
found !c n, fust in lub, frsr in a q'tarrcl,
fust in a d.;iic-', de' fust til tie ico-crca:n
saloon, and d-? fust, best, and h.n in de
iek room. -" - ' '
' VVhn? would we or e'iils do wid
out d'-ni ? L t as be born as little, as
ugly, and as helpless as you please, and a
woniaivs ai ms am open to receib us. She
it am whogiibs us our fust d-we ob castor
ile, and puts ciose 'poo our helpless naked
limbs, an4 cuhbers up our foots and toses
in Ions fl.mnt-i petticoats.; and it am she
who, as we grows up, fills our dinner
basket wid d doenuls and apples, as we
star: to skxl an-J licks us when we tears
A Proper Respk'!. A reverend gen
tleman iu New York, a few Sundays
since, seeing h potr woman tottering up
one of the aisles of bin church, wailini; in
vain for some one of the congregation to
o(Tor her a seat, paused in his sermon, de
scended from the pulpit, showed her into
his own pew a id quietly returned to Tiis
To Rexovte S lk Ueessf.s. Take
the water" in which polsloes have been
b-iil-!, dip theriiii a clean sjione, rub
carefully, then'take. a cloth and wipe
evenly on the surface.- IV:i!o water will
o- ortly en v ih-t lustre of. silks, but
ntiiT- them as if surched. Gentleman's
ervs!s treatej iu this manner have all
the a;;oar ;ica of of new ifoods. .'.
A female si;hxl teacher,- in" her adver-tii'm-'nt.
.siiiel thnt was "complete
iiii-rfr-ss 'il hi-r otvii tinite.'' "If that is
tiie c-r ,". sai l a ciiisticr old bachelor,
" ho cr"t nk tm much f ir her servi
ces." - .
Am U:i ioj ss!"al alvsmurer, wJio re
cpmy returned f.-om California, without
any I ;iv.; it a a r:aiii fir his if!- (
lilo't,":hil h ? wa-.:i't in t';e vata fur it ! j j
TA'I:"1' . IIOTKL V I'lIU1.
E.:rt ide of lite PuMic Siare,
IAGLE HOUSE, by Geo. T. Hull,
It Market atreet. Warren, 0. Filth poor east of the
JAMES J.tCKSOX, Physician and
rl Snrceon. OBice and residence on South ilde of
Marlet tu, 4 di"jr eat of the lUnk, Waren. O.
DOCT. J. DAYIS, EcLKcnc Pnrs
iriAX ahd Sraoton Oliice in Nichols' lint itore.
Uio street. Warrra. Ohio.
Kctectic Hii.ciaus will t"nd a full stock of Eclectic
aiedtcitu for aal ty loct. uavuaiweawrc F'"1
7M. M. EAMES, M. D., 1'hysic.an,
I I sr -..n ia Tientist. Wuitiliaia. rortaze Co- u.
oct Si-Si !
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon. BloouineM, TromMiII Co. V.
? W. TOWXSEXD, M. D., Homeo-
J. ,t', rhrician. OiTice In SutlifTs Brick Block.
oear tne . mgrican ii'itgi. mrep. v. apr ij
JOHN B. ii JULIAN HARMOX.
fl Physicians and Suriteona, otfioe North side of the
FmMie Square, Warren, t. oct 20 y
f V PAIXE
M. D., Physician and
f T Surrron
Particular attention riven 10 mt
treatment of Cancer. Scrofula and Luug Diea.
lice aim residence on Higa street.
( F. COXTM. w"- HIBT,
wrm. O.. IJartford. 0.
URTISS fc BRIGHT, Attorneys at
W Law. Office of B. r. uartiss tn tut eld t lerk't
Office, north of the ne Court House, Warren. O. Of
fice of Wm. J. Bngnt, near his residence, Hartford, O.
rpHE0D0RE E. WEB3, Attorney at
i- Lasr. Office over Smiths A McCombs' Store, War
ren. Ohio. trcmtil attention aiU
to collections iu
1 rnmi'Ull and a'.ijominx counties.
Z0R AliELL, having resumed the
practice of Lasr. will be haprr to attend to any
l-asiness iti his line for his former clients and friends
or any body else In this or any adioininc County. Any
business in bis line Till he promptly attended to.
Olfice over New York Store. May 9. Igj3-y
II.TOW srTLirr to. . it i n t
SUTLli'F & TDTTLE, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors in Ch&ncery, Warren. Trntn
nll couuty, O. Oihce on liiph street, two doors wes
of the American Hii. . mar 4 j
BF. CCRTISS. Attornej at Law.
Office at present with J. Hatch ins, Esq., North
Main street. Warren. Ohio. my 2 M
C- H. nUTTHIIfS.
& U. H. HUTCHIXS, Attorneys at
Law. Omce on North Main street, near the resi
st: nee of J oka Hatch ins. Warren, 0. - apri!3
L fc A. 0. FULLER, Attorneys at
Lasr, Office over Smiths dc KcCouhs Store, Cor
ner Block, Warren. O. Jan. 1st lf54. ly
i LBERT PERRY. Attorney at Law.
i. . Special attention riven !o collection, and the
trusecutiou&of Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of
lice at Court House, Warren 0. jaa 10 'jS-ly-83.
13HIL0 E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren. Ohio. OlBce over Neir Tork Store.
may 10, i4-tf
F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
DD. B ELD EX, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at Law, over Smith McComb's Store,
.orner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nov lOy
I 0HX M. STULL, Attftrney at Law,
f I and General Collector of Home and Fare ism Claims.
Office over Smiths fc McCombs' Store, Warren, O.
r. uorrxAJi. a. w. katlit
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attornevs
at Law. Offica on Liberty St, Warren. 0., oppo
site the Court Home. oct 37tf
. n. i.ioorTT. t. solsoii cox.
I" EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
l-J Counsellors at Law. Omc aver iloser's Store,
."tLirket street. Warren, O. je 16-tl
BP. JAMES0X & Co., Dealers in
. Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iroa Ware; Tin,
Ch?ee. Vata, ac No. 10 Main St., Warren, O. mar
E SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Window Blinds. Factory on
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, 0. jan 2iy
T0HN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
9,9 Waon &hop, on Pine street, midway between Suth
nd Market sts Warren, 0. mar 3
M0RLEY & Co., Manufactu
rers of Stoves, Hollow War, and Castings gene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler s Ware
house. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren.
Ohio. sep t
0LLINGSW0RTH & FITCH,
Brittania Ware. Cooper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hot
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranare's old stand. 3 doort
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, O. gar S
COOMBS & YAUTR0T. Silver and
Brass Praters, and Manufacturers of Saddi-ry
Hardware, alain street. Warren. O. je 27
4 L. M0RLEY, (successor of J. G.
Baooas.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlery, Ac. Warren, Ohio. nov 2UJ
A. A. BALDW I N , WholesaTe
and Retail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doors sooth of the Pxl Wthce, Warren, O. Loot 1)
pATClils ALLISON, Dealers in Sad-
H ilery Hardware, Carriage Trimmiccrs, and Mana
factnrers of aadlles. Bridles. Harness. Trunks, Valises,
fee, alain street, Wurren, O.
rDDIXGS & MORGAN, Dealers ir
L Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries. Croct-v-?.
Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, Ate, at tile . gncd
tlie I.mpire S(e, Warren, O. '
& M. MOt-ER. Dtj
aler u Foreign,
and Domejuc lry Goods
Qeeusware, Boots, Siioes. f s. Caps, Kcady Made
Ciotliing, fcc.. Market Str : Warren, O. ang 1
pTRKS"iV,XTZ, Dealers in For-
m. cign aud omestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
hoes and weather. Carpet inr. Paper Uauitigs, Win
dow )e ies. Heady Hade Clothing, At, alway s cheap
lor r-uy pay at the 2iew-Tork Store.
T'AUTROT & GILLETT, Manufac-
V tnrers and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Silier Ware, and fancy Gods, Market street, Em pin
lilock. Warren, 0. Watches carefully repaired and
warianted. June "
T7 ALTER KIXG fe SOX, Dealers in
' Uhes, Clocks, Jewelry, 8ilver .Plated and
Brktaniw Ware, Lasipa, i'ancy troods, A.C. Mo. 9, Main
street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
careful iy repaired and warranted. . mar -
I3ACKARD fe BARXUM. (Sijcces-
A. aors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Ketail
Dealers in foreiga aud American Hardware, Iron.
Paints, and Carriage Trininiinss. the Tall Brick,
B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
iJ. Commission Mercliact, and dealer in Flour,
Salt, Fish, l'lAfier, ttc. Warren, Ohio.
CE LEFFIXGWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, aud dealer in Ftcur,
Silt, fish, PU?ter, kc, tc, Warren, 0. mar 'M if
99 m Fori
CANFIELD, - Commiun and
Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer In
Western Reserve Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork. Bacon.
p3t and Peari Ashes, tiaieralus. Linseed and Lard on.
Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, iN'os. 141 and Hi
Front street, Pittsburgh, Pa. fei)23
STEVENS te Co., Commission Mer
j.iants, Deilers in Butter, Cnettte, 9a!eratns. F'lt,
Fruit, and Produce eneritUy. Nos. 14 and K Second
itrejt, l-etween Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, O.
KiFtRKXi - Diciison. Biprs 4k. Co.: Wilsliire. rtrL--
tol, fcc; John Saaey & Co.; &wasey sc Wife ; Harri-
so it Hooper ; Keunet m. Du.Uey.and Jdercoantit geu
r lly. ap' "1 y
IOR SALE. A very desirable
A. House and Lot on Prospect Street, in th -"'
norlhcm part of the .ilir.ee f Warren. Huusenew
lT'y soon to Ii. B. KE KVS at the i-mpire Store.
Warren, Not. 8, lr."f4-tf.
. SlTMOtO. TIT R iBA,
C RAYMOND & CO.. Wholesale
lO Dealers in foreign and Domestio Dry liool.i.
Carpets. Oil Cloths, and all paiwr, AO. U SUH.rior
alroet. Cleveland. Ohio. nyj
j . w. brooks. arrrsTnoitAs.
IROOKS Sr THOMAS. Fashionable
I J Tailors, rooms over Kichols Hat Store, slain St.,
ft'arren, Ohio. Particular attention paid w Mttirc;.
aud warranted to fit if properly made up. feh y
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
fleld 4; Co.'s Celebrated Ve-rtable Cattle Powdt-t
lont antlv on hand and for saie in Utrre or small ouan-
by the salcribers, who are) sole Agents for tiiit
X. B. Kone are resuine an.ess procured of
March 1. I.VJ Tf C. tc V. MOSKR. Ar'ts.
A LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMlT.Y
d. V. MEDICINES, Ayer's Ch-rry Pectoral, and Ol
sod India Chotacosue. for sale l.y
May 31. ' PORTER t Co.
CRYSTALLINE & VARIEGATEU
WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor and Transrren.
P.iap in cakes and bars, and Colgate Chemical Olive
Boap. tot saie at
Mhyai. - - PORTER t Co.'s
O0D ALL WOOL DELAINES
How selling for25 eerdi per yard, at the
Jan S . WAKKEN DRlf OOODS STORIt
SPANISH MOSS by the bal or lb.
Alcove Rnir. 8ilv-r T?iTetts. Fall Plate Or-cent
Hrnes Tnmmiii?, betfuaiity Sjmrn, and Seaminf
Co- is at
jure PATCH A ALLISOK'3
'EH -YOlllC BOOK STORE. The
si'Vfiri -r havintr rchea Mr. J. Marvin
.iiii.ii tWia nilhritor nifom.in the citixciis of
'r.eD unit Tmitf ull CJOCtr.tlnl i ulilil'"!'
stock oo hau l, he is wc:Tinjr ami now opening,
coju'Li:te stock or itt wf .
Stationery and Ksncy Uoo is as csn be found In tne
Wot. His stock of Boons comprises Histories. Trav
els, Komauces, Kncycli.pe.lias, Biorrai hies, orks on
Klocut'on, Architecture. Arricultnre, Theowry. Oeolo-
.... t.u...:AlA.. I-Mm.nilloffr. H OrRS Ott
it;, miiusgjiuj, 'J fcv . e j ...
n..Mi. trAr Ai.ntia s and Albums.
AI-o. all the' new pu'dications worthy of note, pil s of
.h i twi . Km h .,1,1 and new. now in use in the sev
eral school district. Bi des from 5!' cts. to $10, Prayer
and Ilvmii .Mikforsll dvn.iniinations.
JUVENILIS AND TOY BOOKS
in creat variety. Letter Writers, Song and Dream
Uo"s, Astrulorers' Bo..ks and C rtls.
- STATION KRY.
In Uiis department are oll'erctl every description of
OootM. Frenrh, Ailieric.in Laid, W..ve, Cp, Bill- L-1-ler
and N otc I'apcr of tli- vest 4Ualitf , and Envelopes
Comprising I,deer. Jnurnaln, Uncord. Cah, Invoice.
Time. Loc, Note. Ueceii tad Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Book for school. t
t.ithorraphie erints, U.s, Chessmen and
Dominoes. Dice and Cups I'layiurard I'rintine Cards,
Pajwr Weights. Caiendara. Let-.er Clip-, ai.d lit lltoid
ers. Address Canls. Pkiin-Oilt. Em'.oed and Iliuuiin
cd. Card Cases. I'earl. Ivory aud Illumined. j
liratrinr Books. Cards. Parand lirawinr materials,
vt . IV, an I Lead Pencils.
leaves Wire, Paper etc.. for ArtiBcial Flowers, and
a larre assortment of EnrUsh, French, Oerman and
Tovs. Weekly Paiwrs from Boston. -New
York aud Philadelphia. 1'erio.licals. Harpers , Pu
nemfs. (irali.'im"s.H.ie.v'sand Mfthdit National Mar
azifies. Iesiie's Book of Fashions and Ynrkee Notions.
The wirchsme community will nrd always on ham
a larre stock from which to ma.'e their selections, at
extremely low prices for ca-h only, at the ew York
Book More. s. Jtlain street, r. few doors south of
tie Post Office.
Barren, Oct. 1R54 n. A. A. BALDWIN.
I DECISIVE CHARGE! STORMING
JLOF THK FORT MALARI A AND MIASMA !
SCCCESSFCl. RESULT 1
l!rTEiwnsa to Anrnsrni! 1 he lone protracted
siege ef the alove named Fort, by the eomhined forces
of Quack-nathr. Homeormthy. Allopathy, and various
other miffim rnwar. wa auiadenlr troucht to a suc
cessful issue ly tho appearance of one package of
The contents of which heinp discharfced for forty three
hMiraandf-rlJiediri-ctioUof CUAKI.r lUtt-BCV llARMOK,
speedily brought the enemy to terms, wno nt tor so
lone a time neen -snaiiir.i: aenance kv cr iww, wiu
"vl,;ii;n.r iists nnk'l fn(lfavora.
The 1'RAlKlr. voi.AIli.r- is a speciue
(See Democrat.) Price, One Dollar; forwarded t-y mail
lot-paid. Order direct from the proprietor.
VUdKbua IkX. L, DL-1 -'
Coleshurgh, Delaware Co.. Iowa.
AvStTTK TO CORRKSrOKOCWTS ftsR THR "EosStTRR.'
i v. C. ."Sent en the ltth-
G. 0. Three package sent on the ISth money
was O. K.
L. B. D. Tour money came saw,
, hut where do
a. 31." pent inc packages, me tmti wu
:n m-wA tiu
alance to -d.ty.
L. S. M. That Kind or money aiwys gwer-acm
itarkace this day.
C. S." Sent yesterday the eieht packages to the
au ious parties, and wrote you particuUrly in regard to
applying the handages.
, is one thoUaanl dollars, sent tne maiue
on the lth.
July 20. lhi5.
BARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE!
J THK GREAT Pf'RIFIEK OF THE BLOOD!
Jk'ot Particle of Afcr.rarj in it !
Lktthk Affuctkd Keadakd Pohdrr!
An Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, Kinrs Evil. Rheu
matiHm, Obctiuate CuUneous Lrnptions, Pimples.
Poetuieson the face. Blotches. Boils, Acne aud Fe
ver. . hronic Sore Kyea. Ring Worm or Tetter, Sore
Head. Enlsnresnenl and Pain of the Bones and Joints.
Stubourn fleers, SyphH'tic Disorders, Lumbapo.
p nal Complaints, auu all diseases arising from an
injudicious nse o Mercury, im prude :re in life, or
impurity of the hloo 1.
lThiJ great alterative medicine and Purifier of
Blood ii now used by thousands of grateful jiatients
from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to
remarkable ernes performed by the greatest of
liciiies, C artsrs Spakish Mixttrr. Neurakia,
Uiteum tism, Scrofula, Lrnptions of tlie Skin, Liver
Disease, Fevers, C leers. Old Sores, Affections of the
Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Female Complaints,
Pains and Acbiuirof the Bon as and Joints, are speed
ily put to flight vy using this great and inestimable
For ail diseases of the blood, nothing has yet been
Conn d to compare with it. It cleanses the system of
impurities, acts cently and efficiently on the Liver
and kidneys, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to
Stomach, makes tlie skin clear an healthy,and re
store tie Constitution, enfeebled by disease or broken
down by the excesses of youth, to its pristine vigor and
For the Ld ies.it is incomparably better than all the
cosr etics ever ued. A few doses of Carter's Spam
is AIixtcrr will remove all sallowness of complexion,
bring the roses mantling to the chceL, give elasticity
the step, and improve the general health inaremark
able decree, beyond all the medicines ever heard of.
The large number of certificates which we have re
reived from persons from all parts of the United State
the best eviden e that there is no luimbac about it.
The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians and
public men, well known to he community, all ad i their
testimony to the wonderful effects of this GREAT
Call on the Aorkt and get a Circular and Almanic,
and read the wonderful cures tli is truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None genuine anleas signed Bexftt Beers, Pro
ietors. No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, Va-, to whom
orders for sup lies and agencies must he addressed.
For sale by E. A. mith A Co., Warren ; J. Camp
bell, Kewton Falls; B. Brown, Oh It on ; Geo. Haziett,
Gustavus ; S. W. Mears, Bioomheld, and by Dealers in
MfMlieines enerywheie. nov 22 y)
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Spring and Summer Trade, at
Reduced 1'rices, lor t,asn.
W. k. B. CRANAGE. Ko.C Main
MreeU Warren, Ohio, would respectfully call the aiten
tion of their friends and the public generally to the
fact, tluu they have just received the largest, best, and
most fashionable stock of Boots and Shoes ever brouirht
this market, among which will be found the first
quality of Ladies Gaiters. Kid Bootees, Buskins, Slip
pers, Jtc Also a large assortment of Plain Gaiters,
Morocco and Enamel. -d Bootees. Buskins, etc.
A trreat varie'v of Misses' Gaitt-r. Morocco and En-
ameied Boots. Fancy Buskins and Slippers, and a gen
eral assortment of loys youths and childrens' fine
shoes of alt colors and qualities, together with a ere it
vrritty of gentlemens1 fine French Calf and Morocco
Boots, fine Gaiters and Shoes of the latest sylea and
ALSO, a general assorunentoi leainer, ioie teamer,
French Calf Skin, Patent Calf Skin, Moroccos of viri
kinds and qualities. Congress gore for gaiters.
glove kid, linings of various color, and quit huts, shoe
thread, knives, hammers, nails, bristles, sboulde
sticks, peg notes, peg knives, awls, boot web, sand
stones, i tacK mica shius, anu every ining usaai y aejn
our line of business. A large stock of lasts of evry
Kt member the place, sign of the Red Boot. No. 6,
Main street. Warren, Ohio. Apr. IS. t'
7AUTR0T St GILLETT, Wholesale
v and Retail Dealers iu Cu"W. Warinrs, Jewelet.
vrr-Ware, and Fa iter Ooom, Warren, Ohio, a
Having just returned from the Ka stern 3ian-
Factories, we brougnt witn us a very luxge
asaoruneutof extra-hne English Lever Watcn
in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex Watches, with independent seconds.
tne tiling lor uning norses. jaiso, r.ngnsn uever
Railroad Time Keeitera, in Silver Uanzinir Cases: and
larger stock of Detached Lever aud Lcptne Watches
lltan was ever netore onereo in tnis place, uur asson
ment of Jevrelrj-, we flatter ourselves, is a better selec
tion t ban we have ever before made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of finer quality, than has hero
in! ore been brought to this place; such as we can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine mv stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing t sell
aain, will find a large assortment, and prices that will
rompete with Eastern Cities, as we iMircbase our guous
directly from tlie manufacturers, and will sell for as
small profits as any other establishment in the country.
few fine Double Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
old very low. Now is the time for securing a good
ar-nin. Call soon and see for yourselves.
WatehA Jewelry, ice-, carefully repai red and war
ranted. J! 7 Engraving neatly done.
,L PROPERTY FOR SALE !
The JACKSON MILLS, on the Meander Creek.
Mahoning County, Ohio, are now oil e red for sale.
This properiy consists of a Grist Mill, Saw Mill, two
pvrellin. IIoues. and forty-three acres of Land.
The Urint Mill is a large frame building, with one
air Burrs, oue pair Chopping Stones, Corn Crackers,
Smut Machine, and three sett of Bo Kin? Cloths, one
overshot, and one reaction wheel. Ac. The Saw Mill
nearly new, and is ii complete running order ; tlie
Jm is the best on the stream, with water sullicient to
run the mi ll m hen no other one on the stream can run.
is in one of the best grain growing sections on the
Western Reserve, and in a good neighborhood inerery
This property will be sold cheap, and a good title
given. For fuither particulars inquire of the subscri
ber, at Niles, Trumbull County, O.
July 4th. l.-35.-3m J. G. BUTLER.
ARM Eli S OF OHIO ! Insure your
a. property in the "Ohio Farmers Insurance Com
Itary.1 hy ?
1st. It confines its operations exclusively to Ohio.
2.1. It insures for six years.
31. It is tho only real Fmrmer Ccmpamf in the
State msort- only isolated dwellings and out Itiild
iiigs no shops, churches. Ac, as other profes4
F.irmer . ouipabies do.
4th. Theetitirechargeot the Officers of the Company,
ler " nnum. is less than three hundred dollars, and is
Us f s tay the cnarpes of any other t'ompauy iu the
Stste doing the same amount of htnrineas.
5th. It has aid all losses, without any assessment,
and has now in the Treasury about
It is the Company for you, nun nn mi;takx. Walt
till I crme. E. F. CURTIS, Agent.
Fartnington. June 27. 155.- f
ENTISTRY.- Over Adams Book
Sf.re. Dr. II. W. lilH.LOW A . having sold cut
his interest in the dagueirectype business, has taken
rooms over Adams' Bookstore, a here he can be found
all hours, from o'clock A. M. until! 6 P. M
The constantly increasing demand for work in his
profession has induced b:n to devote his time wAy
this art. and he is fully repared to do work on the
shorted jiotice. in the mon neat and workmanlike
manner, and on the most reasonable terms. Dr. Hul
loway will assure his numeraius patrons, that his wrk
shall give entire satisfaction, ai.d compare favoraily
with jol-?i don? by the raot skilful even in the Atlantic
cities. Don't fontet the idace -over Adiras Poo store.
Wr.rren. Jnlv 4th, le5. f. W. HOLLOW AY.
CIi.NDLER SHOP! The subscri-
Vber announces to tlie citizens of Warren, and ttje
public in gtnetal.th.it be has established a Chandler
Shop, where he i ntemls to manufacture Candles. Soap,
and a superb article of Snusagfs, which will always he
hand at whcUsale and retail prices.
7?PThe Proprietor can at all tim-.-s be found on
Market Street, one door west of Vautrot's Jewelry
Store, Warren, Ohio.
XJThe highest price. In cash, will be piid for Tal
low ;ind Lrtrd. d 13 A. L. C DAY, Agent.
NAMELED & Brass KeUles, Blind
J Butts and Arnold's Sash Fasteners, can be found
je!3 A. L. MORLEV'S.
RACE LEE, By Julia Kavanarrh,
VT Mny.. at rlAt.tlWIN'S.
C1AMPBELLISM EXAMINED! Hy
J JETER, at jei BALDWIN'S
CCRAP IRON WANTED.-Cusl, paid
kj for any quantity of 9crap Tron, at the Stove and
fin M arehtjuse of B. P. JAMF.SOS Co.
-April 19, '.V
EN OF CHARACTER, nt
aue-''- BALDW tJTJt.
pREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTOP.Y,
subscrioer has nooc iiand.and will atfe:.--i--
times keep a large lot of CAIl E-iii
KIAOK.S, Bl'UaiES and WAGONS ou hanJ, of every
description, style and rrade of prices.
liis exjierieuce in l.iisine.-ts. and the extent of his
shop, enables him to fuMiish any description tf work
in his line, on the shortest pits-tilde n'.tice. wlietht-r it
be the pnttinr up of a s).lendid HAKilLCIIH, or the
common BL'liOV, the luatertitls for wlii it are at all
times kept on hand.
His WORKMEN are unsurpawd by any In the
country, aud his work shall equal If not surpass any
Hurries and Carriage, ready for ue, will be ex-ch.-ti
ced for Lumlr, Country Produce, o yonnr
Horses. Secondhand llut-gies 'aken iu exchange for
CAKRIAOR TRIJIMIN'GS always on hand, and for
sale at the InireM iires.
Tiiose witiliinr any work in my line rf business. are
in vit.l to cm II at my shop and ex.miir.e n v work and
prices, and tliey cannot Sail to he pleased in rerir I to
lKlh. My shop havinr become a prnianrit me. I am
.icttnnin-.d to supply and suit all ho like ridinrinan
elcrant :iml easy Carriare, or the farmer who desires a
ti"?i;ti!tiai larni or road waron orc.irt.
I'.il n t i n r and Trimmin. rir.n. An .knr nni.
"All work mannfacmred at mvsriop is warmrted
iu, jiarcn r.', Ifij -y H. C. BKLDEN
AJ0 HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
A. 1 But a plain, true declaration of facts, which any
body can ascertain by calliug st thr Old Head Quarters
By J. Goldstein, (successor to Moranstern dc Kroth
rr.) Oak Fron t .Bir No. Main street. Warren. O.
I have just received, and am nose oneninr. mr Fall
and Winter stock of Rcady-Made Clothing, Cloths.
i.asimere. testing, etc.. torether with every variety
of f urnishing Good. I would simply remark that
from the extremely low figures of woolen goods East, I
nave been induced to pttrcuase
DOtTlLE MY USUAL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
Pusiness,are well aware mat t will
IHTNEVER BE UNDERSOLD JT
I do not bAve my Clothing made up by anv establish
met it in the cast, nor did I come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and by purchasing froi
first hands, am enabled to furnish all atricles in my
line at New-York prices ! I am not in the habit of
running down any body, nor do I notice any such per
soual attacks when made on meI take my revenge in
Which, from my superior facilities in buying, Ian
abundantly able to do.
As quoting prices seems to he fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to be run during the
season, or until the small dealers about town come
down to my figure via: Full suit f Clothes, Coat,
I'aiits.tnd Vest, for 05 and upwards. A good Over Coat
By the cord, consisting of Co its for $10. and Pants
f it .oceuts I Hats and Cupsol every style and variety,
cheaper than the cheaiest. 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
ol. lost Clothing Establishment in Trumbull Co., and
have increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against
me, and have lived to see uauy or my competitors
shut up" and leave town, and feel proud to remember
lliat by aiming atone object, 1 have succeeded In
l-rineing down and keepiurdown the price of my roods
to the lowest figure at which a good article can be
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER !
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
fit ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Ho, 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
riotning. i am oonnn to sen lower
THAN ANY BODY ELSK DARE SELL
Come and see ! Remember the place Bia: Vo. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing fctore smh of the . -s.Othce.
west siiVe of Main street. W in .r, 0.
Oct. IS, 154. J. G0LDSTEIX.
17 K. W1SELL Manufactu-ti
1J rer of Carriages, hucxies and
Wa irons. West side of the M.ihon ing ri v-
er. Warren. Ohio, keeps 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 Kock-
aways. of various patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of sliding seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, having extension tops.
l'ciiig uiumui xiu la auiuivr lo auyuiin ever manu
factured in this section of country. Also a gor 1 assort
ment of one-horse Carriaees. Buzzies. and tVo-horse
Wagons, all of which will be sold as low as at any other
siiop ou uie neaern jvesrve. uy Keeping none out
the best of workmen. and profess in z to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
lcst material tnat can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or pr;ce, to every person who may favor ban
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand buggies taken in exchange for finished
Jj. B. PAINTDiG and TRIMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, aud with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will he given to all responsible per
sous who may desire it. All work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
Remember the place West side of the Mahoning riv
et, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April -M. lrvtt. .ELI K. WISELL.
LOOK OUT I OR THE OHIOi";
CLOTHING STOKE, No. 17 Main SUsVf
Warren, O. io.
The subscri bers would Inform their customers and
the public in general, that we have now on bat-ds, and
are constantly manufacturing, a full and complete
stock of Fail and Winter Clothing for Men's and Boy's
war, which, owing to the recent decline in prices, will
and are bound to he sold a lift I Cheaptr tkam fas
Cheapest. We will not be UNDERSOLD by any.
We have on hand a large stock of Over-coats Dress
and Business Coals of all kinds ; Paxts and Vests of
every quality, style and rolor now in nse ; RubberOver
Coats, Undershirts, Drawers, Fine White Shirts. Col
lars, Cravats, and in fact ever thing kept in an EstaV
lisbment of the kind.
We also have on hand a large stock of Cloths. CUsi
ra. res, Vestings. 4cM to sed or make op to order on
the shortest notice.
jr? Warranted to fit or no sale.
Gentlemen, one and all, you are respectfully Invited
to call and examine our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save monry hv o doing.
Warren, Nov. 1, IS54. J. FITE A SON.
DEXTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
would respectfully announce to the citisens of
Warren, and to the public, that he will stili be found at
his Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
operation that ms-y be required of the Dental profession
in an elegant and durable manner. He returns his
thanks for past favors, and asks for a continuation of
the same. All operations performed by Dr. B. will be
warranted to be what they should be, in ererv sense of
the word. J. C. BURROUGHS.
March 16. fHM-tf.
PHE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddinps &
Morgan are opening Oieir large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
if Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
sols. Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, Ac, Ac.
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladies Dr-s Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, Ac, in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment of very superior Table Linens. Lines Sheet
in?. Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, Ac.
They intend to keep their stock full at all times, of
Ihe best makes and most fashionable styles, and to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices in tlie mar
fcct. not allowing themselves to be undersold as long as
they remain in the trade.
Warren. April 12.
VEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! !
lii The subscribers are now reeeivfrg a large ana
desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be o tiered at prices tiiai will defy all
Competition for rearfy-ysy, or in exchange for Produce,
approved credit on short time will Ire given.
Warren. Oct. lJL C dt M M0SER.
rpHE SPACIOUS Sales Rooms of E.
X E. II0YT A Co, No. 1. Main street, offers great
bargains in Broad Cloths, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans
Summer Goods, (Prints of the g enuine kindy) Sheetings,
Blcaclied and Brown, Irish Linens, and some very nice
Musliu ColUrs. apr t!ti
'IMIE FIRST ADVERTISEMENT IN
1 TWELVE YEARS ! There has been a great deal
ol puffing and steaming going on in the town papers,
a thing I never was in the habit of doing. I only take
tli is simple method of informing my old customers, and
tlie puMic in general, that I have commenced keeping a
small Grocery and Beer Hall, ou Main street. No. 41,
(the German Sign.) where you can find such grocery
si tides usually kept iu such a store. I also keen
on hand a first rate article of ALE and BEER, and in
vite all of those who are friends of the same. The Hall
Is kept open every day. Sundays excepted.
Warren, Jan. 31st, 1K. D. BISHOP.
I? A. SMITH &-C0.f (Late Hovt,
L-J. Bro. A Co.,) NO. 5, MAIN STRELT, WARREN,
0. Dealers in Dru?s, Medicines and Chemicals, lh ir
maceutical propa rations. Perfumery, Ac. Also, a full
assortment of Paiuts, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brushes. Ac. Sole agents in the place for the saie of
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular remedies direct from the proprietors.
Fatuity Metlicii.es and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly pot up
SPECIFIC HOMCEPATHIC MED-
lO IC1NES, prepared by Prof. F. Ilumpereys, put up
iu cases and adapted to the use of families. The eases
Contain fifteen boxes each, of di Here nt kinds of medi
cine. Accompanying each case is a Man mil or Practi
cal treatise for the administration of Homoipnthic ren
edies. For sale by . A. SMITH A CO.,
Agents for the sol; of tlie Homcepathic Specific Kr ine
rt ies. my -
CT0VES, TINWARE, Ac., New
i with toA Q
d to call
KJ Shop on Mam Street, incse who
rurrl.as- thins in our line, are invited
at the shop of Hullingswonh & Fitch, vn Main street,
f nr drcrs north of Packard's Hardware store, where
they mill find a iirge assortment of Stoves, Tinware,
J ni tanned ware, Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and Hollow ware of all kinds, cheap and good.
Cs.l at our Establishment In-fore you buy. Job-work
and repairing dons on reasonable terms, aud with de
s;atch. I!OLLlSGWoRTU A FITCH.
7ARREN DOOR, Sash Tnd ""Blind
f f Factory, Market Street, East of the Bank, War
rn. O. The undersigned, baring entered ato coport
Hership in the manuiacture of SASH, BUNDS and
IKKMtS, will hereafter keep a large stock of Sash, bo tli
Pine and Poplar, of all sizes iu use, and of the be;f
Ttinlity. which they will sell on reasonable terms.
Wc will continue the manufacture of VLMTIAN
BLINDS, in all its branches, which we will sell verj
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
fore oiTered to the public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PANE
BOOKS, of the latest styles, and of a superior quality.
Ail work made at our establislunent a ill ) warranted
as we nse nothing but the best quality of Lumber, and
employ none but the first class workmen. In our en
J cavors to serve our customers, we will keep pace will.
Sii improvements in our business, ami conversant witl
Rll Uto st vies of work in the Eastern Cities.
w c would in vite all wishing to purchase the above ar
tides, to call at our offee, where we will be found at al'
hours f.f the day, for we shall give oar constant per
Mnal super in tendance to the details of our business.
K. SPEAR st SON,
jan I!, IrSS. Successors to Edward Ser.
L 5i0 Lljrh'
7x 9 Extra Quality, at .
1IMI " IfctU "
Othtr sixes in proportion. OrfWs far Blinds an.!
Doors punctually attended to. All work warranted
eona! to the best. PACKARD BARNUM, Ar'la
Warren, Ohio, Dec. S7 -
IDIXK SHINGLES on livid (most of
L the time.) PACKARD A BARMM.
Oct. !K. Ir1.)!.
CAMPI11XE OR PIXE OIL, nil
Ibiriilng Fluid, for Mlely
.and!'. E. A. 9VITIIA C:
THRALL S C0MP0UXD EX-
I l-.r.p -all
.f ' TRCr,V III , .
TO TIIE LADIES.
iLuiiu.Mii ruiiu i. 1 1 1 n ii u .lUUqUa'O,
A sure n-medy for the following Diseases of Females,
tix. fii.ici:wi 1 1.,-. or i.eei1Hon ot uie 3lenses ; oup
preAien of the Menses ; Menorrha a, or Esceisive
M.-nfirmitiot, I luor A I bus, or Whites, Turn of Life;
Flatulence: Constipation; Eruptions of th Skin;
lixeterics, Conralvions; Probr.sus Uteri, or Bearing
Down; Irntahe Womb; C Morns is, or Green Sick
ness; Dysmcnarrhea, or Painful Menstruation; Preg
nacry; Sierili.y, die. Ac. 6zc.
In coming hefore the public. T do not profess to cure
nil the diseases thitfle-l; is heir to; only those to which
I have paid the inot particular attention, during an
extei.stve practice of Hi y:iM, often prescribing for
?!' to in -;iliei ts in a dny. and that the sufleriug Fe
ui:i!ts of the United States may be benefited and saved
from a premature grave, to w hich tbous inds frill vic
tims annually for the want of proper and timely Reme
dies to reuUte tbe functions of the vtonih and its se
cretirif ircais. With this view, I have incurred great
expense in making a Compound Extract, put up in pint
bottlfS, pre t red with strict reference to vegetable
chemistry, from 13 Balsamie Roots and Plants, which
have ion -f been known to the aborigines of this country
and many Physicians v hive a Speciflic Tonic and
Alternative action upon the Female Womb and its ap
pemlage. but the Compound Extract of Cohosh, Pond
Lily and Numroagh, I claim for myself and my country
to be the only preparation of the kind ever prepared,
and the onlyone that Is adapted to the different diseas
es of Females of this climate, to a hieh hood reds can
Dose, from one to two tea-spooofuls In one or two
table-spoonfuls of water 3 times a day befsre meals.
ll should act upon the bowels rce or twice a week.
Not e genuine without my name and Ihe name of the
medicine blown on the bottle, with my written signa
lure on each label ; also a Journal of Female Diseases
accompanying each bottle. Price, $151.
Frm CHtf Justus h'elssn :l have been acquaint
ed with Ir. Thrall several years, and can cheerfully
rear testimony to his good private character, and high
professional attainments, anil ean ctnfideutly recom
mend him to the p-blij, as a gentleman, in every way
entitled to their respect and confidence, I trust he
may succeed in this change of his professional Labors ;
and am sure that he cannot fsi), if integrity and enter
prise, together with a high professional standing, re
ceive their due and proper rewards.
Ilall Cooperstown, Nov. 3d. lfo3.
Dr. Tmuif.: Dear Sir I have just heard that yon
leave the village in the morning ; I should he very
sorry mat yom saonia aepaiT, witnnat my good wishes
and thanks for your professional servicer in my fami
ly ; the very serious indisposition of Mrs. Cooper, in
irnssing the turn of life, some 3 or 3 years since, was
the worst affliction she ever had ; and I impute under
iTovmence uer recovery io your meat . we.
Wherever yoa go, I wish yon success.
Believe me. Dear Sir, very tmlv Yours,
J. FENNIMORE COOPER.
LEATK OF REFERENCE:
Uriversitt or New York Citt S. T. Francis, M.
D.; P. Joel Trotter, M. D.; Leman Dubois, M. D.; Silas
irtrke. l.; r. L. Draper, M. D.
BosTOit 8. Warren, M. D.; Warner Stevens, M. D.;
H Hliam wood. 11. D.
Piui.AORi.rHtA Saml V. Parrish, M. D.; N. S Hor
ner. M. D-; Ciovis T. Eberle, M. D.: James Frost. M. D.
New Y or e lie v. A. K. Campbe 11; Rev. John Ti San j ;
iter i . Barer.
Alb anv Hon. W. L. Marry; lion L. 8 Chatfield;
Hon. Peter Mann; Hon. Silas Fitch.
BrrrALo Prof. F. H. Hamilton.
PriLAOEMHiA Hon. Wm. Smith: lion. Joel Hesmer:
Hon. J. K, M.Miller.
Very many Certificates and Letters of commendation
from d'stinjruished individuals, which I think not est
to pnhiish.may b set-n hy call in c at my office. 1-5 su
perior Street, "leveland. 0., or at my General Depot,
91 Broad St., N. Y. City, and by Dealers in Medicine
everywhere. Agents wanted. Sept.m.
LARGE STOCK OF CARRIAGE t
HARNESS GOODS, just received by
PATCH cV ALLISON", Warren, O.
200 hides Patent Dash. Harness and Welting Leather.
lew tnameiei anil Oil Top Ceatner.
5d pieces Da has, assorted, some very fine.
30 M Buckram.
lb " Silk Festooning.
liiOdox. Silk Fringes.
2 pieces 4'receline. (new artiele.)
50 pieces Rnamele.1 Cloth. (Lawrence goods,)
i-i s Broadcloths, assorted colors,
setts Top Props.
3h gross Japanned, Silver and Brass Knobs.
3b) Saddle and Lining Nails.
?a pieces Carriare Lac-s. A few nieces finest Silk
Laces ever seen iu tnis market.
Hu;i and Sand Rands of all descriptions.
4 lales of I wst quality Moss, and every thins wanted in
the line of Carriage Trimming.
IX THE HARNESS AXD SADDLERY LINE,
CU0 truss Japan Buckles, K. V, J. 1. 1 l and
Sin ft,s. Harness Thread.
50 pieces Girth inc.
50 - Line Web.
Kl doxen Bridle Bitts. assorted,
loo " Ivory and Bi ass-lined Martingale Rings.
2t0 44 Line and Tuz Suaps.
50 Real Silver Rosettes and Ornaments.
511 Japan Brass and Silver Self adjusted Trees.
600 pieces Hames, (some fine silver.)
50 doa. Terretts.
V0 Stirrup Irons,
An;l all other articles wanted in the Trade.
All tho above goods have been purchased of the Eas
tern Manufactures, and selected with much care will
be sold to the Trade at wholesale at a low fligure.
. IN TIIE TRUNK LINE,
We can show one hundred, of all trades, from $1 7 to
f-.fr ; some very fine and entirtly new styles. Also,
Ladies Trunks, with all the extra fixings.
50 Saddles of various stybs and prices, ean be seen.
A good assortment of Ladies' Siddles much better than
We ate manufacturing some very fine styles of Silver
PI de Harness, tlie plate of the hest quality a large as-
oruraetrf. always tt band awuiy new styles or gords.
ust brought out h the manufacturers, can be x rn at
our establishment. We lespectlully solicit the patron-
re of a I those that can make it their interest to do so.
July It 1-55. PATCH A ALLISON.
D0Z. WI'IPS for sale, wholesale
rV7 and retail, at jy 18 PATCU A ALLISON'S.
OURKY COMBS, HORSE CARDS.
v ' Combs and Brushes ; Uatts ol all descriptions, at
jy 18 PATCH A. ALLISON 8.
SADDLER'S SILK, of all shades;
three cord Thread, white, blue and black ; Harness
Varnish : full stock of Saddle's Tools, at
jy Id PATCH fc ALLISON'S.
IfLOOR OIL CLOTHS, from 3-4 to
A. 6-4 ; trace chains, spurs, tacks of all sices, Raw
Hides, fancy russet bridles. Carpet bags, at
jy IS PATCH at ALLISON'S.
i FEW PAIRS CARRIAGE LAMPS
X V that have been on hand for a series of years,
which we arc anxious to sell to any one that will be so
foolish as to by them, jyld PA1CU A ALLliON.
AKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
SHINES! FARM FOR SALE ! ! The suhscri
Iter, wishing to go west, would say to those desiring to
buy a farm, that he will sell his well-known old home
st:ad. It contains two hundred acrts of excellent land,
hns water in almost every lot, timlter sulhcient for one
hundred years, a house almost new, that cost two thou
sand dollars and ont-buildings plenty and convenient.
It Is located in Howland. on the North and South Centre
rokd, and about one hundred rods north of the Youngs
(own and Warren road. It cannot fail to please any
nne wishing a residence in the country.
Uowbvnd, May IKio. JOHN W. SEELf.
The subscribers have now on trial, one of Ketch
em's combined Mowing and Heaping Machines. Those
interested ean see how it works, almost any time daring
the present harvest, by calling. We would like to have
farmers call and see for themselves, and should they
wish to buy a machine, or aimot any implement a far
mer needs, we would like to sell, as we have the agen
cy of the Albany Agricultural Works, of Albany, N, Y.,
oue of the most extensive establishments of the kind,
in that State They keep on hand all kinds of farming
emplemenu. Threshing Machines, Mowing and Reap
ing Machines, &c Among their Mowing ami Reaping
Machines, may be fonud McCormick's, J-Hssey's, Bur
reirc Manny's and K etc hum's, also what is called the
New York Reaper, which is said to be the best Reaper
now in use. but it cannot be arranged for mowing.
Howland, July 30, lt-55, REEVES A ABfcLL.
18 dox fancy silver plated handles.
V4 " Jap'd handles, Nos 1, S and 3,
311 White metal and pl.ited hinges,
48 cro fancy headed screws and tacks, some ea-tin-Ir
new styles. PACKARD dc BARN L M.
DOORS. DOORS, DOORS-To Con
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We can furni.ia
you with Panel Doors of ail styles, a great deal cheaper
than you can make them by hand, (and as good if not
better.) Call and examine our work and prices on
ill be suited with both. A large supply contr'7
hsitd. A liberal discount to whole lale traders
January 26. E SPEAR A HON.
READY PAY SYSTEM FOR is.5
Meisrs. E. L. GIBBS A CO are adopting this
system in their business at Windsor, Ashtabul;. Co., O.
here they are selling more goods, and at lower prices
llta i any establishment in their vicinity. That is so
.icie and try them! They wage war on high prices
The? have bought their goods low, and are seeing how
cheap they can sell them and live. Their motto is
'ijuick sales and small profits a nimble sixpence is
better than a slow r hilliny."
Call and see them, and they will sell yon goods lower
ihan you can buy them elsewhere and charge nothing
for their trouble. They are clever fellows and delight
in showing roods at all times give them a call
Feb'y 14 o5-Iy.
CTOVES, TIN WARE, Ac. THE
tO KING OF STOVES, for sale by B. P. Jameson A
Cti., Lithane and elevated oven the largest Cook
Stove, Genesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton,elevatel
oven. Premium, elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
ouian s KtgiitJ gtove.
DISSOLUTION. The partnershij
heretofore exist ins between the subscribers un
lor tlie name and style of S. A C. Moser is this day die
olvcd by mutual consent. Tue notes and accounts ol
the late firm, are In the hards of Samuel Moser fof
ttlemenu SAMUEL MOSER.
Warren, July 4, lt54. COiiNELIUS MoSER.
CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned, of the late
Ann of S A C MOSER, has this d.ty associated with hiss
Michael Moser, for the purpose f continuing the Mer
cantile business at the obi stand, under the name and
ty' of C. A M. Moser. They respectfully invite a
continuance of tho patronage solitierally extended t
ifce iaie firm. CORNELIUS MOSKR.
Warren. July 50. IrM.
1 1 All persons indebted by note or book account to
late firm of S AC. Most, are hereby notified to
rill forthwith and square up. SAMUEL MOSER.
F-b. 14 Wtf.
f UMAX B A RETT'S PATENT
I J BOOT CRIMP. The undersigned are sole agents
lor the County of Trumbull. It is warranted to criai
thi'to,t;cliest p.ece of Leather in two minutes n which il
frequently takes an hour or more to do the same piece
work. It stands without rival We would respect
fully call the attention of our friends of the craft tv
the subject. Do not forget the pUce, No. 30. Slain St.
Warm, 0. d 13 JAS. M. CON NELL A Co.
T ) ARRELL'S IN DIAN LINIMENT
ja ) Hloan's Ointment, just ree'd and for sale at
jan 44 'Si. . K. A. SMITH & Co's.
COLE LEATHER. A prime article
O forsaleat K. E. IIOYT k Co's. Some of that GOOD
rtA. Java and Kio Coflee, -Jk.s Kaisins, R.c, t.a,.
usl ree'd at S. I. Main Srrel.
SPRING AND BUMMER STOCK
Just Keccived at the
VTEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
i.1 STORE. No. 3. Market Street. j
Gentle Hnrin has come! and so naa therlT?
choicest, most select, anil cheapest stock ol
Bofts aud Shoes ever brought to Warren, for
Spring and Summer wear.
D. U. WARREN, in announcing this met to his pat
rons,and the world at large, invitesthem, one and all
lo come rind see for themselves, for be feels confident he
ran suit them with any kind of good Boot or Shoe they
Purchasing his stock ofthe Manufacturers for Cash,
enables him to offer such inducements to buyers as can
not be found elsewhere.
Ladies ! yon like to hare a pretty Gaiter or Shoe, and
I have tilt en especial Cire to please you by selecting the
most fmhiouaMe, prettiest and most renteel stock for
l.ities' wear, that could be found in New York; so all
that like the ornamental as well as useful, will call and
eee aim iuy, before going elsewhere.
Gents! I have the hest assortment for your use the
!?reatet variety of material, aud the latest fashions, only
call and see my Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Gaiters.
Children! come, and I can dt you with any kind ol
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
D. II. W. again returns thanks for past patronage, and
solicits its continuance.
N. B. Boots and Shoes made to order and warranted
lo fit. D. II. WARREs..
P. 8. Dont forget the place. No. 3, Market Street,
next lo Smiths and McCombs. apr. 25, '55.
pIRCULAR SAWIXG. We ar.
V- prepared to do all kinds of Circular Sawin. sucli
as brackets. Patterns, Carriage work, die, en shor'
notice. je6 SPEAR sc SON.
VEW STEAM WOOLEN FACTORY,
1-1 one half mile north of Kinsman Store, on tin
The subscriliers havius; bought the Wool Canlinz es
tabiishmei.t lately owned by 1. Fobes. formerly Ailci
Fobrs. intend carrying on M ANU FACT Lit IN 0 in
its various branches. Wool manufactured on the sh.re
or by the yard, into Doe-Skius, Caasimeres, Satinetiii,
Tweeds. Flannels and Kentucky Jeans.
CARDI.NO and SPINNING done on short notice.
Also, Wool-Carding and Cloth Dressiuc Wool carded
into roils at 4 cents per lb. Carding and Spinning,
As we are putting in steam-works, those having wool
lo card, by coining early in the day, can have the roll?
lo take back with them.
As we are getting on the best of Eastern Machinery
and have had long experience in the business, we fl-tttet
ourselves as being able to do as good work, and al
cheap, as at an other establishment.
Tbo.e having wool to manufacture or card, would ds
well to give us a call, as by strict attention to business
we hope to get a share of the public pa:ronare.
J. W. FAKKAND CO.
Kinsman. 0., Jan 6. 1S5 -if
'rUTTLE'S best C. S. Hoes, Ames",
1- Rowland', and Pixley's Shovels and Spades, Tut
lie's Hay and .Manure Forks, C lappa Scytu, Snatha
and Wiliiard's C. b. Sty thea. at
..Je' A. L. 1I0RLBTS.
DAGUERREOTYPE Stock a la
assortment just reeeired at
THE TALL BRICK.
TARDWARE. A. L. M0RLEY is
I 1 now receivinr a large and will selected stock of
Hardware, which will be sold at wholesale or retail, at
sery low priees
Wnrren. June 5, 155.
A C H A X GE. SOMETHING :XE
a"V AND INTErtF.TIXa TO THR PUBLIC The
old Rooms formerly occupied bv II. W. llulioway. ti
tether with the enti e stock and interest of same, hav
purchased by LAKB dr. MARali. experienced
Daguerreotypists, thy are now prepared to execuut.
work in the best st) le of the art.
Having a large amount of StocE.and Cases of ail
kinds and sizes, they flatter themselves that they ran
give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them with
No Pictures will be sold unless they are po jitii el i
Come old, come young, come great and small.
To the Daguerrean Rooms over "Fresco Hall."
Warren, June 27. !Ki5.-3ni
"TTXI0X HALL TRIUMPHANT."
KJ ISAACS' CLOTHING Agai-mt the Wo,u !
Sive Yor Dollars and arr voce CLoTIUNU t
iSJMC A. ISAACS', Union Hall, ClntUmd, O.
The Pui.lic areinvited to an inspection of the super!
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now on
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which it
extent, variety, superiority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together with l.wuess of price, cannot be
beat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Isaacs has just returned from the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and materiaU for
manuiacturing. that he ha it now in his power and ii
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "e.eisa' aot !' aud he will commence by selling
the best Over-Coat in the City for Foua Dolliks I and
Under-Coata, Pant and Vest of all descriptions in
proportion. t Utk em for fun ! and come along every
body who wants to be clothed, he can fit all sixes, from
men aa lar;e as the Oimntt tnat st.aa at . dttr; to
little wee fellows three years old. and as his Mammotl
Building is filled with Clothing of all qualities, he is
ure of being able to sail everybody Recollect that
be does not wish to humbug the people with Eastern
Slop Won for SO per cent, less than any one else, as
he does not keep sac tree; but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase tlie same kind of Goods
for in anv other house in the United Suites.
GENTLF.MEVS H UMS IllSti GOODS of all de
scription for saie Cheap. A ii!eral discount made to
Wholesale customers who I uy for Cash.
V' ' Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Vninn Hall, enner Smptrinr mnd Uniru Strttti,
"" LOOK OUT FOR TUB 01ANTS. JJl
STRAXGE DEVELOPMEXT. Sci
entitle men are daMy bringing :o light new Inven
tions, and the march of progress is onward : person
Bald, or becoming so. 'Al lie pleased to iear'i 'hat sci
ence and long research combined, have irnughnetosi
Ihe greatest Wonder of the Age, in tlie article of EM
KRSUN'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sui
cure for Baldness and to prevent Hair from f illing.
See circulars to be had of agents. Price Sl.Ou iu large
bottles. Sold by E. E. Hoyt A Co., and Geo. K lams,
Warren; J. Manning, Youngstown , Preutict A Kd
war la, Canfield.
C. B. FISHER A Co.. Propnetors.
march 2 No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, O
T0TICE JEWELRY AXD FAXCY
1.1 GO)D3. J. R. Albektsok, formerly of the Urn.
Cowles 4t Albektboi, hits Just utiened a new Store in
the New Block tn? Cnrner nf Superior Street a
fas PnblU Svnmre, Clrvetmmd, OAi.. wber. seay br
found an entire New Stock of
00I.D AND SILTER WATCHES.
ENULIM1, FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WARE of all kinds, Hnmnte Pare Cein
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JEWLLRT.
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARE.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS and PERFUMERIES
In short, everything that Is Sew and Desirable in
this line, may be found cheaper than can be bought
ir? STRANGERS should not fail to visit us before
K2 re haaing.
Cleveland, Dec. 13, U-54-y
OHEAP CASH AXD READY-PAY
BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
MENT, No. -M, Main Streeu
j. ucuonnell at Uo-, nun ll Ajd
street. Warren. Ohio, have the ideas- Esaxa.Vl m
ure of announcing to tlie citisens of
Trumbull county and the pui.lic in
general, that they are receiving and manufacturing the
large' . cheapest and best aorunent of BOOTS and
SHOES ever brought to the Western market, which
they now oiler lor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
tnat cannot fail to suit purchasers, on tne cash anu
ready-pay system, their stock consist- of
Men's Coarse Boots; lens I'alf Peg'd Imitation B'ts
Hungarian do; French Calf sew d, steel s ks
Kip do; Brogans;
" Calf Peg do; " Kip and Calf Brogans;
Boys' Boot and Brogans, ail kinds.
Ladies Jer.ny Lind Boots. Buskins and Ties; Ladies'
Patent Leatner Buskins and Ties, and Morocco Boots;
Misses' Sewed aud Pegged Gaiters and bhoes, of all
kinds; Children shoes, ozc.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS dr. TOOLS ALL KINDS)
Moiocco. Clf Skin and Upper Leather, and every
thing usually kept in our-line. whieb will be sokl for
t'aeH. lower than can be found elsewhere in the connty
April 14, IKi3. J. McCONS ELL CO.
XEW HARDWARE STORE.
A. V. MOKLEY,
Successor to James G. Brook, dealer In Hardware,
Cutlery, Iron, Nails aud Glass, where at all times can
be found a large and raried assortment of House Trim
mings, Carpenter's Tools, Ac.
Received this day and now opening;
6 dox. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 " Beaver's " "
1 " Hay Knives, "good."
Pittsburgh Gun Bairels.
5 M Remingtou's Gnu Bands.
30 tons Pittsburgh Iron, a -sorted sixes.
Su bundles best Norway Sail Rods.
. Warren.Sov. 1, lgil. A. L. M0RLKY.
Having this day sold my entire stock of Hardware
to A. L. Morley, who will cuntinue the business at the
old stand, I take this method of informing my old
friend and former patrons, that I shall remain with
Mr. Morley, where 1 will oe happy to see them
usual. J. U. BROOKS.
Oct. 30. 154. nov. li.
SAAC A ISAACS UXI0X HALL!
1 Corner of Superior and Union streets. Cleveland,
Ohio. This is tne largest and most magnificent
in the whobi Western Country, and is filled with the
largest and hest as-nrtment of READY-31 ADE CLOTH
ING AND rrURNISHINlS GOOD -. of all descriptions,
of our own manufacture, and which is warranted to be
belter cut. better made and better adapted to the wants
ol tne community, anu is ?oii,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
at lower prices than any otherClothirr n the world.
Strangers visiling Cleveland, will find it to their ad-
rauuge tocallal ISAAC 1 ISAAl'iv,
Union lltll. corner of Sqerinr and Union streets.
TTTUKH5. OUT FOR TUB GIANTS.cfal '43
OEMOYAi, AXD CHANGE
L 111 K. C. Dirling. (formerlv Darling & Bro-
0 thcr.) has removed his Shop to the building at
the corner of Lilierty aod South street, where be
is prepared to carry on Blacksmithing in all its hran
i kes. Riilroad tools maile on sliort notice, and in
superior style : Horse-shoes, warranted not to "cnt in
tbe eye,' and put ou in tiop manner. May 30, 'ii.
DISSOLUTION. The copartnership
hrtofore existing under the Style and Fine of
Pnrtr A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent
The business of the late firm will be adjusted by C. 3
Porter, ho is anlhorizetl to settle the same.
N. B., an early settlement is res ectfully solicited, '
C. S. PitRTKR
J. B. YANGOKDER.
Warren, June 9, lHia.
N0TICK The Drughustness will be continued atthe
Old Stand recently occupied bv Porter A Co. by the
su'-srriber, who respectfully solicits a continuance of
the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upn the es
tablishment. C. S. PORTE R,
juue 13, 54.
7ARREX MARBLE SHOP, situ .tel
on Market Street, at the east end of J. L. Van
florder's Brick Block, where may e found a choice a
..rtmentof Italian and Vermont Marble. Tomb Stone.
Monuments, Spires and every Oiing in the Marble line
tf the teat quality and finish, in the hestof style.
All persons that are in want of anytbing in
the above line, will And it to their advantage t. give
me a call and examine stock and prices befofe pnrchas
ing elsewhere. Call and . 1 F. GAGKR.
Mar. 14. 'Si. t-y.
DR. WEAVER'S CAXKER AXD
SaLT PHKUM SYRT'P, and f'FRaTZ.
Itlaa indispmibl, fait that the ore medicines
are th, only infan .le remedies nw b. tore lh pa'.lut,
for lutaeeoa, r.ni..f!tna S ilt i:h-uia, ErysijUs. Sore
If, i. krs. Old levar SorL,tswW Dtad. Scarbutit:
a. ructions, tc.. ar.
Cases that the mortewin-iit Phylcians.Tre iV-pair-e.1
of reheivine. imn.ediat.dy yieUled to th-ir curalive
Pwer,.and wnen ud in accorlance with the priute.1
a.rectlons, which accompany each Icttle. Ihe eyrup
5! ,'n" wnbined. -ra.iicute any of the al.ove name.1
ThTtTV -"I 1",ue salterer without a l ior,h.
IVri T. ,nV,.Z"la? "'A to r"i" "y"lng
li.n. i. OI '"- 1 be joyful intei
o-h f o rn,B",i'J'r'nKast.WeJ.Nor.h,a.l
.,:r:Tll ? rerf..ra.i,i,r
deceire.1? Fcb.,anw. r. U-K-,
a . .. . V "V ...n irrlui nun-.ii
i and i'een
cmes: t.ieR.v. .-,a;el ll.nrv. of Palmer. Ma.'.f
"they have dor? t: or ?(m.i tt.-w u .T
Cine, I h-,ve eve, nZ 'f"r Er vV.a,""""' 0t"tr
...... u .. - . -1,9.
Scald Head of s.x ye:irs' stau.ilrg She was Kterin,
covered with sore: is now perfectly curd b, the as",
ofthe Syrup and Cera'e.'
Dr. A. J. J,.hnson. of North Wardshoro. Vt., R,Tt
Scrofuioss "lipase of the hip joint, and Scald Hnd in
the same child, hav, been cured by th. Syrup and Ce
Rev. Aarustus Holies says "It has cured the Sail
Rheoro iti my le-.
J H itfleld Fruw. Esq.. Editor of the Somerset Whig.
Somerville, N. J.. -ays "uiy mother baa been c.mplete
ly cured of a severe case of Tttttr ..f long standin;, thai
had defied tie skill of the best Physician."
Hon. Joe Looniis. of Eat Lyme. C-nn., ntl "I was
enmpb iery cured of Erysipelas In my leg, after a conn
e'' "''he be it physician in liiecoui.tr ha I proiiounce.1
the disease incuraMc. (,t mv age. which was sever.t?
eirlt years.) hut Wiaver' Syrup aud Cerate did thw
work at ouce."
Eiias Latiiam. Esq., of Orient. Long- Island. X. T..
ay "I hardly know how to express my gratitude t
yr and your medicines. I havelen afflicte.1 for more
than thirty years with Salt Rhenm iw iu wor form. I
tried to nud relief from various medicines. I tried sev
eral physicians in New York. Brooklyn, and Greenport.
I nave taken yoormedicioesoneycar.and am new able
-Ii'Ik 'rep w'tbo"t an ache or a pain, and mv
neighbors say I em the sorilhtest sun on the I.btod."
in- Kev. J. s. Swan, of New London, any -I have
n-ea tne Syrup and Cerate In my family for more than
"J' , 1 """".r eomplet.ly a.iapted lo susuin
the higli relation that is ciaimeil for it. I have seen
it used in a nuamcr f crises for Salt Rheum and Ery
sipeUs. with entire success.
Ask Seth Prisbery. of Taunton. Mass.. what thr
medicines will do ask William Bart er, of Three Mile
r,J?L?Z ?. Y' h" he ?rnP '"
t (i I It 11 Boynton-.of Pfrkinville, Vt -ak F I.
Kent, of Chieatro, Ill.-a,k Wm F Kealdes. or Wm P
Uenjamin Esqa, of New lndon ask Dr M Mimlockel
I ulaski. N Yask J C Smith, of Brooklyn, N Y, who
was cured of Scrofula, after losing his leg by the i
ease and suffering for year,, has been perfectly cured
by the use of ,he Syrup and Cerate. Ask Curtis Bur
rouifh. of Mell y. N Y. .ho has been cured of a severe
case of Salt Cheum ask Chas. Akin, of Hume. M Y.
what the Syrup and Cerate will do for sore legs ask
Winslowand Slafter. Merchant,. Vir.il. 1ST '.h.
will do for Fever Sores. In a word. ink everybody who
- ""i tuwse wonuertui medicines, and the aa
swer will be the same. Thet Craa.
Manafactured by 8. A 11 eaver 4k C Bole Proprie
tors. New London. Ct.. and for sale everywhere
J. N. Hirris "Co, No. 7, College Building, Cincin
na'i. General Aeenu for the Western State. Sold by
E. A. Smith Co.. Warren; Williams it Eatton, Mes
opot imia; J. Campbell. Newton Fall-
jvii-y w. L. POKTEB, Traveling Ag t
O HOPES' FEYER & AGUE CURE
JLl OR NATURE'S INFALLIBLE SPECIFIC. F.r
the Prevriitior. and cure of'Intennitlent and hVmittent
Favera, Ferer ami Ague Chills and Fever. Dumb Ague,
beneral Debil.tj. X.b, Sweats, and ail oth-r forms ol
liea which hare a common origin iu Malaria or Mi
This is a NiTCE.L AlmDori which will entirely pro
tec'.anyresii.ent or traveller even in-the most sickly
oe swampy localitie, from any Ague, or Billion di
sease whatever, or any injury from constantly in hail
ing Malaria sr Miasma.
It will instantly check the Ague in persons who have
uScred forai.y lengU' of time, from one day to twenlj
years, ao that they need never have another chill, bt
ontii.amg it- use according to directions. Th. r...
Uent at once begin to recoter appetite and stiength.
..... M -uiii .perwsneni anu null! al 1
Oue or two bottle will answer tor ordirary cases,
Di-s...ons printed In German French ar.d Spanish,
accompany each bottle.
rnce oue uoiiar. Literal diseowiU made to th.
JAS. A. RHODES Proprietor,
, ' ; . ProviiUnce, R. I.
A"ENTS Cincinnati, J. D. Park; Colun baa, O Ro
bert. For sale hy Medicine dealer generally
; KTIDEXCE OF SAFETT.
. yw York. Jnne tf,l55.
I ha, made a chemical examination of 'Khodea'
Fever ami Ague Cure.' or Antidote to Valaria,' and
nave tested it for Arsenic. Mercarv. Cainine. and
Strychnine, but have not found a particle of either in
it, nor have I found any substance in iu composition
that would prove injurious to Ue cor.ntitntion.
JajUl R. Cbiltos, M. D. . Chemist."
EVIDENCE OF MERIT.
Lewisbceo. Union Co., Pa, )
... May S. ISii. )
Me J. A. Rhodes Dear Sir: The box of medieini
you sent me was duly received ro the nth of April,
and I band you bereu ith. receipt for the .-ante
I have sold aiout one half of it, :nd so far the peoplt
ho h ive use.1 it are satisfied that it ha. , tired the.
It has certain'y stopid the Ague in een one who ha
nsed It. and nix of the cases were of Ion-, standing.
My sister, who ha had it for fire or six t ra bsu-k.and
could never get it stopped, except i-y Vui' ine.and thai
uiy as long as sue woul.l take it, .s now, I think, wa
ft rely en red l-y your reroe.iy.
If it thus continues to keep off the Am-, a I think
it will, you niay expert from large order.
I am, air. yours, very truly,
C. R. M GI5LT.
CAUTI0S TO AOUK SUTFEHERS.
Tike no more Arsenic. Tonics, Mercarv Quinine.
r- -rifuges. Strychnine, or Auti-Periodies of any kind.
The well known inefficiency of these noxious poison
proves thea to be the oiTspring either of fal-e medical
: rineiples. or of mercenary ouack.i. The on v rem-l.
in rxisten.re that is both sore and harmless, is RHODES'
FEVER AND AGUE CURE. je3-y.
1 J Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disease
ofthe Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dcred Liver or Stomach; such as Constipation, inward
Piles. Fullness, or Blood to the head. Acidity of the
f-wmKu. .iwwa, iiranimni, lit limit for Fod, Fuii-
ne or " eicm in toe ?iomacn. Boar Eructation Sink
ing or Fluttering al the Pit of the Stomach. Swir aula,
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing. F otter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sews: tion
when in a lying aosture. Dimness of Vision. Do. or
Web before the igbt. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness ol the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, Limi s,
fcc Sudden Flashes of Heat, Burning in the Flesb,
Constant Imaginings of Kril.aa. Great Depression of
-.uiiu,cau uv cucviuaiiy cureu Dy
Ur. HaoflantTs Celebrated German Bitten,
Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, 3fo. 130 Arch street,
Their power over the above diseases is not excellei,
if equalled, by any other preparation in the United
States, as the cures attest. In many cases after skillful
physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the
attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching powers in weakness and
affections of the digestive organs, they are, withal
certain and pleasant.
TK3TIM0XY FROM OHIO.
Jonn I!orrAH. JeromesviKe, Ufaio. May 23;. 153,
said : 'I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that oar German Bitters is what you
recommend it to be. a highly valuable medieine,wbich
I know fr,:m having used it in ssy owa family to my
entire satisfaction. All who have used it give the same
Stepr.. A. Mealt, Canton, Ohio, May II, 1R2,
says: Having heard your German Bitters highly
recommended from sources In which I Drarml mnrh
con ft.ieoce, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of th-m I gave to my daughter, who has derived great j
Irenefitfrom it; two of the others 1 sold imnkiiaielv.
aud I would like you to send me a supply of it to sell. !
Job Clark, Brunswick. Ohio. Mav 5ti- l-.W.
'Your Gerlnan Bitters have proved successful in fvmr I
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand. i
Thomas Let hvord, Covington. Ohlsr. Dee. STth.
IK3, says : -My wife has been atTected with the Liver
t)otf laintsnd Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
wmuu nine na.e spent a great rteal Tor doctoring, hut
she received very little benefit therfrem, and finally
Ihe doctors said she cotild not be cured. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; she tooh two bortles i
and ever since taking them she has t-een aoic to attend I
io uer business, until very lately she had a new attack
bat has again commenced the Hitters. I have sold
suite a number of hrttles through her recommendation.
and as far as 1 can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D- AauoTT. Anvtinbarsh, AshtU-uht county. Ohio.
December 5Ui. leuX says: "PerMit me to bear testi
mony to the remork:ihie efficacy of your medicine in
Ihe cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking your Bitters, I was sererely afflicted with Liver
roniplaint ; so much so that I did not expect to live;
but by a free use of your medicine, thanks to a kind
Providence, I find myself entirely restored to health,
tnl abb to resume my employment."
These Bitters are snttrels vesretuole and free from
Alcoholic stimulant ami all injurious ingredients. mi Id
In their operation, they strengthen the system, never
for sale ny r.. a. onmn ox uo., ana fortfr k Co.,
barren : G. Haziett. Ousta.us: J. ?. Menrs. Bloom
lie Id ; J. Campbell. Newton Falls, and by De-tlers in
Medicines everywhere. fnov S, P-54-y
OTICE. The copartnership of John
i. 1 L. Weeks A Co., is th is dty by matual eon sen I
lissolved. All persons Imhted to the same firm arc
rcjnesteil to call immeilisiely and settle. Those b5
ho-'k account, pay to John L. Weeks, and those hy note
ly to A. Wenu. JOHN L. WEfcfcS.
ren. jtn A. WtJiTZ.
Notice. The subscriber will continu- the u'nes
as heretofore at the o!d s;cd. A food stock of el-Uir
md ready made clothing, aud also a good assortment
r nits, ainl caps, constant ly ou haiHf.
re't. Vl, JU 1. WKKhS.
)ORTER & Cos NE W DKuTi
HTORK. The proprietors of this ejUWUbtaent
takeideasure in anntniicinc to the Hinlu-.thatnotwuh
tandii; the late fire which destroyed a large portion of
ur i moils, we are ;t train oren and la ruil ofieratiao,;!!
3io. .t, 3lrket St., , arren.o where we are daily re
eiviii- fresh Drutrs direct from New York and Philt
lelphia. which we are oiTering for Cash at trices thai
cannot f til riring satisfactiou.
HE AMERICAN HOUSE! XEW
ARUANOF.MRNT3 AT THK OLD STANDI! Th.
ui.lic are hereby notified that this well-known house i.
einT Stte.4 up by the proprietor. H EN RV LOH. IB
style which will insure to all who mav siv. him a call
ample accommodation and goesl far.. The fornituri
and " fiuiugs up" generally will he new, and ofthe best
description. No pains will be spared in making U
pleasant and comfortaole. The situation of the building
being fine, and convenient for persons who come tr
town. Mr. L. feels that, with a determination not to tn
outdone in his eflorts to please, he deserves a liberal
share of that p itronace heretofore vouchsafed him bj
the pu'.Iie. Oivethe AMERICAN a call and you wiP
Warren. April 4th. lfiv-tr
"Tl ELP CASII-US ! !"
Il Slow ewstossers, and all others owing
aoney past due, are respectfully informed that the,
must nav us. We seH our goods st cash prices, and
0!ciec cash for them sometime. A word to the wise
Is snfliciesai. oct It1 PACKARD A BAR NUM.
BP. JAA.ES0N A CO., continue to
mannftictart Cheese Tats, of a new and improved
pattern, with heavy copper heaters.
Rave-troairhs put up on short novice, and warrant!
if good material; also, all kinds of Job Work done in
v arrea. star wo zw, ivm.
l ; v-:--:i' t-Se Vt,-sa
.... j r.CLL.
son i;r n i no
The K-.t pwf-rrd King na the fitre of tho globs COV
ft-iiss -..lat ins itt tht? Aubrrumn Kpuble. The power
jf u ttihA - :ot fr.ufsf sink iuto iiiaiyiadhoaaea
i-.ur'pt:i lr.ir;i'b,.-j ti, po-r 4:rd tn then. ts
li.rr-r.a-r tl.r ri. f;-a f tbi r- h aud lordiy, and to rednos
l c" tlor fc.iiwT. and -iisiion. tb pe aad apwid-u-.
vur .'tCiCk-jib Kii'-'-n forth w ith mfusl wiidng
'- ' il;- kkic-tti-it ii Hi .iii'.ivr cairin, r-ady
h t- u-it- ii j-r lw-iivf. ai.t to otfer hoJtn aad Bappl-?-
:r-.r isjliy i i ,f . the rji-ii ir.-i the nT .
iiii. -JOHN 1.-L1S - .
C AT AMERICAN KINS !
is t:? T..!.TII .! TIIS .-L. ad t fMH
r -se-io rxt-r oifi-rt-l '.o an.!- -! hfr;alty; Um nif
aria iui-.oiis. te luv-r-.. rw-i f i Hoir eves.
si'ail. Yt'tt lutVwi ont as tt-u tMttoil reio- . AJ
tb" wrv t4iid iu;lrT - i wit i--t s. --.t tint srwtor
bt)n. racvurie B-t the fs.vv --f t4te tae.iitwi. ,
bo ttimkiWtl jf-Lci'.f. durtrx th trf fiod neo
Its iulrodu tt.n has urrit k-'i-tdiim to It- stttwrtj.i-f
thuunpi.is. I K..iw lttt a ru'M sw n- a-rl-hr
reiajacd it ou a (fjupfu: and mAsrraW sxLs
me. To th wir L -:!h all I lni-pt- Fw ition, Fl
Ki'.lvrs, and r.iin r!-lra--' rs. and let 0'lktf s'M
K,tU' prrrjai tb UMrHtU :f In lF U - Awriea
thi i-f i-sin.". f pvff.raf rot:imt n lely vt rw
Sal-.-- aad r-ts. prti.yt t l - Aim-rn- t Vo-je. rn'h auil
S ontfe-i -'.ft. i .
VVs wo-.!, rt.jrr tlw f..w i. ir,- tlw-,. ,-oru pftvtrt
iTvl.-siof .( i;j.r i tI -.t kn i:vt i.tit V i.iin. 1
riur, U. 'V r.-. -t ' ct-l riT-.r r Urt- KiJtf "f iAl3
a fl-b- trxi. a,;l if :!;.., t f . nrfl thrU" BUttOr-U'
In it it-b )f n- (anirr-i.vl ii. -hzl it . ft'U of it,
snd tent it iva ivt their j31: Lct nhonrs. 'H e
i,r- a .miini It. ii4 --" th initiKc iholr
tairi u 4 frwrFf i i .ir ibis a.t sawui wi-'iVtiv
ut sill t K rj n m --1 it.-la- w Uzs& tH-y -at
weU W roinl C iti. is p aorftu a4 rt4y mifit
fwiurtiv f r al: rt-Titnl .uvl-. -rsr .w:ltUT, biiws
sse.. atvl f r vm:-y mtvrn U a!'a;j :tk.n. it is a ,-rt a cars,
yet it is bertw t;- kjiruiia. i.-.V k4 pnlu-iag
Um least ttt.ai.i frrt. .r ius mx-j 'i-iratw cases ic
liim wtsakrxa .-n!Mi;n; ,.
It is eiitirel. u.-s ta t lt-w tW o!d and wnra--ws
system vi pu'-.i-biAi. t. th- yj'-Iie thoorviai tntrtitV
mXm4 woutttrt p-rrjr-i 'j .us mkicinn. Ik eosta
but Wft. ..---L. t :r tt. id it. M-iil tak'a his
Wisil-earv i iv'''-i'a ot t3 iiii-guf Tattt Ausl,! sis
SIkI moi-t f.-Jtit i: i-i. i..;r- 1 -r t
s.4 4t hii jii-u :'e Uhvuta-tL-wn crvi-mtt
I'httsc' ?irc 't- i 'V iMiii 4-i.vi.sj.k-4s. an t know that
vwa wwio,1- t; t-. r:v;.lJ-a aa' as wa aa (aMwkj
klV. nT PA12C ; f
Woaju i.. .-art-1 a:aK..-t tuiuK Jiafb vt U"Wi
Compisi;:. ifV.i;!"', iin.ii-f ''out rinnt. bsiWa Mos
ssas. trtuu u...i . li i- A T-oui any other acas
ar pain, tine xuedj b -ip1" mj the crve 'wrtaiii. -
' ess in;: tia.h.vr -its; or paxn.' . -
Would ou tun your rM .-n-Wi'"r. ints. Buraa,
sValds. Bruises, or iu . 'tn wautiW hvaaWiL we nwe4
am t orn ,"
'MAISKWL K:ri iy PAI.T ' t- I
Would you be ewi -f ai-l U-vt Jotatsv t-or
rVroat, Np.ri);n, .r- i-i -i. Lt.iU'i. T-tur r luce;
Worm, -ialt isbeul- f-tV i r artn-tr. .i..t hnpy-H
lianda. and au-ttivr . . i;Vr i'f. - r -utiiilift, e
say again ana ii i-t 1 1 W! UH'i . -;
--ii::.;; "fr r.:.v ,
Would too he ur-d ..f !ain.-- V..II Cju:ct. Tumors,
Srup.iwis, tar an -t..i-- of.ra- rausMi h la? pure
btood. thn uv ir. J-co Cvil .-irMvaruia Inttiruaily,
ud the kioi of faiu estr-Uy. ttiiintc oan be bsajjs
wrtain than a peed., vtf-tuol cum.
- DR JOHi" B'ULS- ' "
B A II S A ' .a U I L L A.
This medli-ine, i
aili cure, wilAout Liu
'. : i fwiK ....'(.,
or Ivia .i :1.
Conors MiUf'.iuns , ;
of the 'ktn :.t. js. IaS "
. . Tulwars, ( rrt:r ,-or rys.
Ring Worm or t-s-tw. --aki llmiL - " - '
RlMumatisUk. Paiss in thn li.e9 ojT -o
Joints, Okl trorr and Lio-rs. rwlhrig of i
the iiaods, avj)h.UhV I seabt. ?lt i.SMavu,
DisBasssof ths kidnvya lh.t-.is s rjj-inc Iroa tbw '
as of Merew.Us'jf "tpptii. i'u im tbeLisand
ESwuMers. iJtiatrsl bvi iiit'-. LAjii.f,. fijurhs, 0ids,
IlVopsy. Jaumlirst. Ox mot, fcrortt kuiw. rri of
Cehass. Sore Throat. I'ubu- n jy al to t aanj all other
Kssaipstswdioa,- U proiftavv C'Vu s. UswrOosa
pAaiats. IVniw lritwit:t.ud .Bip Uinta, Low
Ifdnta. ekk aad a--r oue- ol .v-he, . vUi asa , ,
. jLxprsur?s. or JmpriMient-e in LJr. l kr.e Con
. siirtknI Lisrw a-i as a rvnitf and
umaer Drina. and uued rus' tor th
: ystesa, and a (k-'SM au-i 'h-vt
Pnxvative. it is aupenor b iUua
Lick aad tsujea U'aiar. r .
. Powders., i . j
It Is a raaarkable aVt, that amin the biindteds of
ssniMut phvsirians wtw h.. exauiiiiwl tbs itps- try
whseh Bull a -MpartlLi is prepurir-L aot oa has eoa
mned it. but tJl appro. it. aavd C9eiiaeud it in taw
aigheat tscma, Mauv b .irUiui vnyrwss tbtwawlvwa
stroirtttlT in the felts ih it it is Jce&cdl v ths best prps
nuoa of earrtateriua taat bos leea pises! letVra
the public. Although ts- n-..iM aunv phvssriina who
sset a leattsnre to ht.ii'f toir uame pOaia W the
twasimns&datioa of au ponuular .vnn-lv. wtwitiV
stadi'gttT"y mmy tv"" " tb bitfBet -srrew;
ibere ar others wbol'raukiv ieid thrisruirrt m Asor
of a Rsaedv which the .-j-t is ap-ki'b. of doing so
much rood in aoarr;i. tei -tju-munity- As ia l-isuoa.
read the Allowing frou olit acd r tal le pU;. swiane.
of high standing iu tis eouuuutiitj' in wbVb thej liv
',' ;, TESTIMOKT: -.
STrTestiaKny like th- B. -uie recbrs sup.-rtnoua
alleommentson thae;ti-.-ac. --f b.ill -srs.sparii-3. r-soat
Dr. L. P. Vsn.leil. l-rotrv. r of Lkniwr lh Louis
vill. Medical CvUk.: a... k.ni.ertb. ii4ofia
STadaaaU oomposii. J..hn toli t iwp.u.1 i:-itra.tof
Baa-aaawriila aud ha, a. il n Hi saving tbat they
Sjrva a safe etipound. at.d ..ti.tnat Kn.-mM. wsil is
ikinsii ills s ti-'t! ---ri"l 'J ' '
L P. l ANLKLL. MJ.
IsWBTfxUJL, Jaa d. 1S. - - .
What Dr. Pvte. pb v "i. n hv appoioryn-nt to th.
Laoisvlll Marin, nusprtst says if ulr"s saparila
XtxnaTAiM. M-in-kt 20, IMtt
I have examined the pfTlpt'n i r the pn-pnratioa
Bt John Ball's tarsspshlla amt belies, tb. comldua
kioa to ba an .lerilent o nud w-ll ralrulated to pra
tan aa alterative hupr-. a ow ti -. 1 bnn
aaad It bcth in f ut and poua arartae. aad thin)
It at th. bast artiikt of .-ars.Bla now i. -
Resldwnt Fbysa-laa LoefcrHW Jlarta. UoepitaL J
Bstter testimony tbta iii offered ra btwnt of any
SMdian. ii.v. - W. e.bon Hev. . t.e.s.a:
. , L..tl-viu..Ma(i a,th.lU
W, hav. used j..ho' Huils .ursapsrills awd aav.
kxewa It to bs want, with e.tire utiffirtiow; aaal w.
kav. no hesitation In stithi-j our Wiiet tlttt it a a sax,
aad vaiaa.W aw-linl n.aivuui.d. au-l cak-nlwUd lo pn
auos marh gxd and relieve much snrfenna; sard tnera
ar. wooM eneerfuUj and r si esrucaUy lewnit il
a th. aihkted.
: . , . . -. aw.sciioy,
(Stiea) K STt tjiioii.
"sT wculd r-l. I"i'- p-rwis who sr. swwer
tacwith an el 'he ili tbat t.eti is heir to to rail oa
Dr. John BuIi a--.l at ,..-t -.-erpol tub Kamilv
Journal gratis: and t r tb- ine of huiit.oit. w. hp.
that a alnale ln.liMnal i'.l n..t e. t-on-t aowiiil.g t.
iv. Bull Sirparil! 'rt.l sfler r.lh-r and reeol
Isrtiac. at the stwn. tlm.. tb.4 It i Saifsjai. kr th.
Dortor to put lisb tb. tenth p rt f toe aumh-T of ees
ttwtwof astoun.imr cuTM. i-rf b, . t.
rilla. The amount of t-.t r otant.nly
I.Dr.Bull .M.rs.rAri fr ksm aad 4tm
ntohesl ludi.idu.sK l'4h In btiUb- nd trisate llfs,aaa
atrarstdosra-ksw Uan..LoiyUl,lly.. ,, !
DR. JOHN 3TJL,I'S
PRINCIPAL OfflCkS.- ' ,
niABCLAT STrTKIT. i 1 FIFTH STRfKT.
SHfTCKK.! - UHiiVILLB.
!.. Vtl- BJ
OEDOOISTS AND JIEl.CIUNTS Tlll'OrOlrOUT TUa
CKITID STATE., CANADA. XSXIOX AND
TH WSST INDIK3
The above valuable medicine, fresh and pure, jus
received and for sale by . A. SMITH 4k COt, Drug
gists, Warren; U U Mason. Nile: Ta Schmick.t'aa
4cM.. . .... jaalu-y
rr0 LUMBERMEN AXD SHIP
L BUILDEKdv The aubscribers are now prepared
to manufacture Ralston' Portable liorixental Saw
Mill, with engine and boiler, all ready to ra. and to
dispose of territorial and individual rlthis. This val.
aable iuveution being aoa brought to a high state of
perfection, oilers to purchasers the fcllowiag importan
a.lvautages over all other saw sailts : .
It cuts more lumber. It make smoother lumber.
II aw each boar, entirely oil aod leave no atab-shot-tliu
saving greatly in quantity . and improves the ituai.
hv. It possesses tlie saMadvaiitageafew sawing bng
timber and ship piank as the gang-saw. the saw running
horiiontally. ruts plank from the top of the h-g. the
weight of the fog. tigether with the fastenings, prevent
all springing. The BMChiaery, saw and carriage being
rtised only a few iacr.es alov. th. surface, -aves all
expense of drawing ap timber, and add greatly t, th
ennvenience and safety of handling lumber.
It requires few aaad to work it. w
It is portable, and can be moved three mile at an
ripens of forty dollar; thws th, mill caa be mewed r.
timber. It is equally applicable to large and -mall
machinery.- The saw runs korrsMUlIy.and in a (ask,
iuus giving the double advantage of the quick strok, of
the araley sow, and Ol. wtrauwtll nt Or
These mills are now in operation ia Warren, Trum
bull Co.. 0 Canonsl.rv. Fa.. Cmmbuws Ohio, Wash,
ineton Cunty. Iowa. Seyea are now hnilding in Iowa,
two in Wheeling. Va. The miH la Warren will be re
moved in a few week. , .
Anv communication addressed to the subscribers at
Tfewton Fall. Trumbull C., Ohio, will meet with
prompt anenor a.
U. B White, I
Wa. II. Uai.ar.i
WT1ITE 4 IIAIGnT
June IM53 l.i
PACKARD A BARXUM S LIST of
1 Uajirg and Harvest Tool, for 1853.
)ia) os Millard's Cast Steel Warranted Scythe;
Ml - - .Silver -" , "
30 " Harris -
5 - Grain ;
a ? and S tined Hsy and Straw Fork.
9 sx. OenoireQuinnebang Scythe Stones,
10 Indian Pond dr Curomington Scyth. Stone
. i - Cos. Scythe kinea. cheap.- ,
i Double dt treble coat Granite sharpners,
3 - Tickler,,' a new article, best in market,
Shim) Hand Hay Rake, helow peiiler's prices,
50- do Lamsoa's pat. Scythe Sneatha, - "
10 pat. Iron Sneaths these ar. no heavier than
1 1 tb. woodea sneaths. and will aot trambl,
ia the heaviest rntss.
SO ftmln Cmdie. iorted wtems, ' - - ' J
. 1 do Sickle, ,
S Ion Berea Ortnd eton-s. assorted siaeat
The above for sale to the trwle at eastern price and
lT.XCKand Uoirrv-ii uioaKin.' jioins
1" a superIor ahty or yard wide Black S Ilk. Vervet ,
for Cloaks, qua. to., atth,
aal watiieaaKan sat v.., itaE.