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THE FROST SPIRIT.
BY JOHN G. WHITTIER.
Ha ooaws, ha tnntm Ihs Frcst Spirit come !
To Bar Inn bU footstep bow.
On the Baked woods and blasted fields,
lad th Brown hill's withered brow ;
Ha baa (mitten the leaves of the gay old trees,
Wbera the pleaaant dream came forth.
And the wind that follow wherever be goes.
Bare shaken them down to the earth.
Be eonea, he cornea the Frost Spirit cornea I
From the froaen Labrador ;
From tha icy bridges of northern seas,
Where the white bear wanders o'er ;
"Where tha fisherman's sail is stiff with ice.
And the luckless forms below.
In the sunless cold of the atmosphere
Into marble statues grow !
He comet, he comes the Frost Spirit comes!
And the quiet lakea shall feel
Tha torpid touch of hia glazing breath.
And the ring of the skater's heel.
And the stresm which danced on the broken rocks.
Or aang to the leaning grass,
Ehall bow again to their winter chain.
And In mournful silence pass.
Be comes, he comes the Frost Spirit comes t
Let us meet him as wa may.
And tarn with light of the parlor grata
His aril power away;
And gather closer the circle round.
When the fire-light dan es high.
And laugh at the shriek of the baffled fiend,
At his sounding winzs go bj !
YOUNG SAM AT HIS MEALS
Among the statuary at the Palace,
there is a group in marble, or plaster, by
Jones, of London, laU-led " Ptolemy La-
gus, nourished by an eagle. The bird is
represented as in the act of shielding an
infant from the cold with its. wings, while
a bit" of something, which might be a date
or some such edible, is being placed in
the open mouth of the little feiiow, by the
beak of its feathered nurse.
Yesterday, during the rain, a number
of Western drovers, who had finished
their business at Bull's Head, visited the
Institute exhibition, and were soon deeply
engaged in a careful inspection of all the
eights. By accident, soaa three or four
of them met around the work of art we
are speaking of, and one of them slowly
deciphered the tag for the benefit of the
"It's a cursed Yankee lie !" exclaimed
one of the Hoosiers, "Putolemene Lager.
Don't I know 1 I tell ye that's the Amer
ican Eagle feeding Young Sam with grav
el stones, to give him grit. K T. Sunday
AN UNEXPECTED FINISH.
Speaking of the tendency of tempe
rance orators to set forward themselves as
previous examples of the blightning ef
fects of drink, the London correspondent
of the Inverness Advertiser says :
" This prediction was smartly satir
ized the other evening at a temperance
meeting. A person in the hall got up and
u My friends three months ago I signed
the pledge. (Clapping of hands and ap
proving cheers.) In a month afterwards,
my friends I had a sovereign in my pock
eta thing I never had before, (Cheers
and clapping much louder.) A fortnight
after that my friends, I bought a coffin."
The audience was going to cheer here,
but they stopped and looked serious.
"You wonder," continued the lecturer,
"why I. bought a coffin. Well, my
friends, I bought the coffin because I felt
pretty certain that if I kept the pledge an
other fortnight I should need one."
THE WAY LAWYERS END.
A friend from the country telling Foole
of an expensive funeral of an Attorney,
the wit replied :
. "Do you bury your attorneys ?"
"Yes to bs sure we do how else ?"
"Oh, we never do that in London."
" No I" said the other much surprised,
"how do you manage ?" "
"When the patient happens to die, we
lay him out in a room over night by him
self, lock the door, throw opt h the sash,
and in the morning he is entirely off."
"Indeed !" said the other, in amazement,
"what becomes of him V
" Why, I cannot exactly teli ; all we
know is there is a strong smell of brim
stone in the room the next morning."
An Irishman, ia passing by a trunk
store on Tchoupitoulas street, a day or
two since, stopped for a moment to gaze
at a Tery fine trunk, which seemed to ab.
sorb his attention to the exclusion of all
"Halloa pat," said the vender of trunks,
"do you want to buy a trunk ?"
" An', sure, an' what would I be after
wanting a trunk for ?" returned Pat.
"Why to put your clothes in of course,"
replied the vender of leather boxes.
"Blissit Vargin!" exclaimed Pat. "an'
would you be after wanting me to so
t ... . o
naxea f jm. u. UeUa.
A toung lady from the country being
invited to a party, was told by her cou
sin to fix up and put her best foot fore
most, in order to catch a beau, as 'she
looked so green in her country attire.
The country damsel looked comically
into the face of her rather faded relative,
and replied : Better green than be vMer
ed. City coz. looked all-fired comical in
Ok the Right Road. English trav
eler Hi say, sir, ham I on the the right
road to 'Artford ?
Jonathan Well yon be.
Traveler Ow far shall I ave to go
before I get there ?
Jonathan Well, if yeou turn reound
and go t'other way, may be yeou'll have
to travel ten mile; but if yeou keep on
the way yeou are going, yeou'il have to
go about twenty-fjur thousand I reckon.
A gallant was lately sitting by the side
of his beloved, nnj In ing unable to think
of any tiring eiae to say, asksd ber why
he was like a tailor-? "I don't know,"
said she, " unlc?s it is btcauae I am sit
ting beside a gnsc !" Exit gallant, witl
a mitten pinocd on his coat tail.
A Western editor declares tii.it tome of
the young wonvrt b) pass his villagoin
arks on thViicrr, are ps:f, ct flivinitk-s
"He means," says a Southern cotcmpo
Whpn nv.n ar.! rfccmi' accomplished
kin ve ; my a r j,.iS. crv jnf jjr r ca e
PAT'S LAST. for the farmer.
GOLD AND CORN.
The following In-autiful contrast be
tween the gold of California and the gold
of Agriculture is from the speech of the
Hon. Edward Everett, at the National
Agricultural Fair, Boston, October 2Cth :
"The grains of the California polj are
dead, inorganic masses. How they got
into the gravel ; between what mountain
millstonos, whirled by elemental wiorm
winds on the bosom of oceanic torrents,
the auriferous ledges were ground to pow
der ; by what Titanic hands the coveted
grains were sown broadcast in the pla
cers, human science can but faiut'y con
jecture. We only know that those grains
have within them no principle of growth
or reproduction, and that when that crop
was to be put in, Chaos must have broken
op the soil. How different the grains cf
our Atlantic gold, sown by the prudeni
hand of man, in the kindly alternation of
t;m r.,l o.r, r..,rinl!-lv.
gnu-iuuv. .... .,l...vo, , . .
,,,r:..J, . lr.r,l hornv
seoraing lifeless on the outside, but wrap
ping up in the interior a seminal ge rm, a
living principle. Drop a grain of Cali
fornia goM into the ground, a:id there it
wiil lie unchanged to the end cf tin;e, the
clods on which it fails not more cold and
lifeless. Drop a grain ofourgold, of our
blessed gold, in the ground, and lo! a
mystery. In a few days it softens, it
swells, it shoots upwards, it is a .iving
thing. It is yellow itsoHi hut it sends up
a delicate spire, which comes peeping,
emerald green, through the soil; it ex
pands to a vigorous stulk, revels in the
air and sunshine, it arrays itself more
glorious than Solomon, in its broad, flutter
ing, leafy robes, whose sound, as tho west
wind whispers through them, falls as
pleasantly on the husbandman's ear as
the rustle of his sweetheart's garment,
stiii towers aloft, Fpins its verdant skeins
of vegetable gloss, displays iis dancing
tassels, sur-charged with fertilizing dust,
and at last ripen into two or three magni
ficent batons like this, (an ear of Indian
corn," each of which is studded with hun
dreds of grains of gold, every one posses
sing the same wonderful proprieties as
the parent grain, every one instinct with
the same marvellous reproductive powers.
There are seven hundred and twenty
grains on the ear which I hold in my hand.
And now .say, sir, of this transcendent
gold of ours, the yield this year will be
at least ten or fifteen times that of Cali
But it will be urged, perhaps sir, in be
half of the California gold by some miser
ly old fogy, who thinks there is no music
"in the world equal to the chink of his
guineas, that though ono crop only of
gold C8n be gathered it lasts to the end of
time ; while (he will maintain) our vege
table gold is produced only to be consu
med, and when consumed, is gone forev
er. But this, Mr. President, would be a
most egregious error both ways. It is
true, the California gold will last forever
unchanged, if its owner chooses; but
while it so lasts it is of no us, no, not
so much as its value in pig iron, which
makes the best of l-allast ; whereas gold
while it is gold, is good for little ot noth
ing. You can neither eat it, nor drink it,
nor smoke it. Tou can neither wear it,
nor burn it as fuel, nor build a house with
it ; it is really useless till you exchange
it for consumable, perishable goods ; and '
the more plentiful it is the less its exehan
Far different the esse with our A'.lac
tic gold ; it does not perish when consu
med, but by a nobler alchymy than that
of Paraclsus is transmitted in cortsumpr
tion to a higher liie. 'Perish in consump
tion,' did the old miser say ? Thou fool,
that which thou sowest is not quickened
except it die. The burning pen of inspi
ration, ransinn heaven and earth for a
similitude t convey to our poor minds
some not inadequate idea of the mighty
doctrine of the Resurrection, can find no
symbol so expressive as bare 'grain. Ii
may chance of wheat or soir.t other grain.'
To-day a senseless plant, to-morrow it is
human bone and mused, vein and arte
ry, sinew and nerve ; beating pulse,
heaving lungs, toiling, all ! sometimes
over toiling brain. Last June it sucked
from the cold breast of earth the watery
nourishment of its distending sap vessels,
and now it clothes the manly form with
warm, cordial flesh, quivers and thrills
with the Gve-fbld mystery of sense, pur.
veys, and ministers to the highest myste
ry of thought. Heaped up in your gran
aries this week, the next it will strike in the
stalwart arm, and glow in the blushing
cheek, and flash in the beaming eye ;
till we learn at last to realize that the
slender stalk which we have seen bending
in the cornfield, under the yellow burden
of harvest, is indeed the 'staff of life,'
which, since the world began, has sup
ported the toiling and struggling myriads
of humanity on the mighty pilgrimage of
Yes, sir, to drop the allegory, and to
speak without a figure, it is this noble
agriculture, for the promotion of which
this great company is assembled from so
mu:iy piris of the Union, which feeds the
huuiau race, and all the humbler orders
oi animated nature dependent on msn.
With the exception of what is yielded by
the fisheries and the chase (a linii:ed
though, certainly not on insignificant
source of supply,) Agriculture is the
steward which spreads the table of man
kind. Twenty-seven million of h'nv.nn
being?, by accurate computation, awoke
this very morning in the Uuitrd State,
all reqnring their 'daily bread,' whethpr
lliey had the gracs to pray for it or not.
and under Providence all looking to Ire
agriculture of the country f.jr thl daily
bread, and the food of the domestic ani
mal di-peuding on tlftn ; a demand as
gr at perhaps as their own. Mr. Presi
dent, it is th daily duty of otir finners
to sr.tisfy gigm'ic appetite ; to f'l thr
mouths of thess hungry millions of these
starving millions, I might say, for il by
any catastrophe, the sup; ly wero cut off
for a f.w days, the life of the country
Luman and brute would be extinct.
. fIKE, M. ., DS. J. DAVIS.
1A1NE & DAVIS. Thysicians and
I. Surceons. Ofilce over Nicliol'" list Store. Main
street. Warren, Ohio. Hesidence of Dr. Davis, 3 dours
east of the Bank.
" I AMES JaCKSOX, Physician and
v " Sarreon. Office and reanierc? a booui
Market st., 4 doors east of the Bant. Warren, 0. apW
7M. M. EAMES, M. D., Physician,
T T Sorireon and Dentist, Windham, Portage Co- O.
oct Si-Si 00)
TR. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon. Bloomne Id. Truinttll Co., 0.
I? W. TOWISSEXD, M. D Uomeo
J. patbic Physician, Office in SutlllTs Brick Block,
near the American Hotel, Wanvn, O. anr ly
YOUX B. & JULIAN HARMON,
f J Phvsicians and Surgeons, office North side of the
PuMic Square, Warren, 0. Oct 2U
n. J. saiorrr,
CURTISS fc BRIGHT, Attorneys at.
1 J rr. run r.irrift in the old Clerk's
Ottice, north of the new Court UOUae. rrr. u. -M-nce
of Wm. J. Bright, near his residence, Hartford,!.
rrHEODORE E. WEBB, Attornoy at
1 kw Office over Smiths dc McComls' Store, War
ren. Ohio. Prompt attention paid to collections in
Tranihutl aniajljoinint: counties. may-y
ZOR ABELL, having resumed the
V practice of Law, will he haiipyto attend to any
hi.!nrts in his line for his former clients and friends
or arr.o1ly else.nth)S or any adjoming County. Any
(,,,, Ul5j iu Ins line will he promptly attcnueu to.
"'-:ce over Sew York Store. May 9, If 55-y
GEO. M. TDTT1 E
OUTL1FF & TUTTLK, Attorneys at
Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Tram
brill county, O. Office on High street, two doors w-g
of the American Iimae. trar 4 y
BF. CURTISS, Attorney at Law.
0!Ece nt present aith J. llutckias. Esq-, forth
iin stivft. Warren, Oliio. Biy3 55
JOIIS HITTHIH. C. H. HCXnUSS.
At U. H. IIUTCHINS, Attorneys at
Law. Office on Xorth iLiia street, near tht resi
dence of Joho llalchins. Warren, O. apn
rL. & A. 0. FULLER, Attorneys at
Lit, Office over Smiths dc SlcComhs Store. Cor
ner Bioc. Warren, O.
Jan. 1st )i-54. ly
i LEERT PERRY, Attorney at Law.
L . Special Attention piven to collection, and the
prosecution of Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of
See at Court Uouse, Warren O. jan 1U 'SS-ly-?:!
piIILO E. REED, Attorney :t Law,
L Warren, Ohio. Office over X York Store.
T F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trumbull Co., 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
sellor at Las-, over Smith & McComb's Store,
corner Main and Market Streets, Warren, 0. nor lily
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
' and General Collector of Home and Foreien Claims.
Ofjce over Smiths & IcCombsT Store, Warren, 0. mart
a. r. norm xn. a. w. aaTLirr.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Lav. Office on Literty St-, Warren. 0., oppo
site the Court llouse. oct -Tt
X. O. 1EOOETT. J. DOLfOH COX.
LEGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Lav. Office over iloeer's Store,
Market street. Warren. O. je 16-tf
RATIONAL HOTEL. A. Chapman
J- Proprietor. East aide of the Public Square,
EAGLE HOUSE, by Ceo. T. Hull,
Market street. Warren, O. Fifth poor east of the
t P. JAMESON & Co., Dealers in
U Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Tin,
Cheese Vats, Ax-, So. 10 Main Su, Warren, O. mar 29
7 SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
k-J Sash, Doora and Window Btinds. Factory on
Market Street, East of the Bank, Warren, O jan SGy
JOHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
d! Wat:on Shop, on Pine street, midway between South
and Market fits.. Warren, O. mar
H. MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
-L rers of Stoves, Hollow War, and Castings irene
rally. 'Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
hoase. Tin Shop four doors west of the Bank, Warren,
HOLLINGSWORTH & FITCH,
Dealers in Stores, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Bnttatiia Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
below Empire Hall, Market street. Warren, O. mar
OMBS fc VAUTROT, Silver and
Brass Platers, and Manufacturers of Sadd!ry
Hardware, Main atreet. Warren, 0. je27
BROTHER, Dealers in
atches. Clocks. Jewelry, Silver Plated and
Brittania Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, ate. No. 9, Main
street. Warren. 0. All kinds of Clocks and Watches
carefully repaired and warranted. mar
i L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
J. V Brooks.) Wholesale and Betail Dealer in H:ird-wsirt-.
Cutlery, die. Warren, Ohio. nov Sri
A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
eet, a fe
Ivor suiuh of the Foci cilice. Warren, 0.
PATCH & ALLISON, Dealers in Sad
Jiery Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, and Mann
fecturcrs of sald.ea, tin dies. Uarueas, Tmnka, Yaliscf
Jtc, 3asUn atreet, warren, O.
JDDLNGS 4 MORGAN, Dealers h.
X. Staple anil Vancy lry Goods, Groceries, Croc- -UarUwarc,
Carpeting, bole Leather, Jcc, at tht: - pn
ihcj Umpire frt Warren, O.
C M. JIOSER, Dealer -u Foreign.
and Domestic Iry Goods :ixdvare, .roceries,
t-tnswwe. Boots, Shoes. I .s. Caps, Ready intde
C iotliing, &c, Market tr. Warren, O. aug
T) ARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For-
X. cipn and ; omesiie Ifrv Goods. Crockerv. Boots,
rhoes ad weather. Carpeting, Pair Hangings, Win-
aww ica, Acauy I'jauc uioinj hit, tcM aiwa cueap
ior r? jy pny at tae -e-i or More.
VAUTROT & GILLETT, Manufac-
V turers and Dealers in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,
Silver Ware, and iiutcy fctoods. Market street, fcmptrv
lilock. Warren, O. Watches carefully repaired and
13ACKARD & BAKXUM, (Succes-
X sors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail
Uealers in 1 oreiga and American ILirdvare, Iron
raiuis,and Carriase Trimmings- the Tall Brick,
T B. TAYLEB, Forwarding and
XJL Commission Merchant, and uealer in Floor,
tan, j isn, Piaster, &c, v arren, 0110.
E. LEFFIN GWELL, Forwarding
and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour.
Salt, Fish, Plaster, &c, 4tc, Warreu, O. mar 31
T B. CASFIELD, Commission and
tr Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer
Western Kaerve Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork, Macon.
Pot and Peuri Ashes, taleratuj, Linseed and Lard
Dried Fruit, an Produce generally, Kos. Hi and 145
Kraut street, Pittsburgh, Pa. feb3
STEVEXS & Co., Commission Mer
ciauts. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratus, Fisli,
Fruit, and Produce generally. Jo. 14 and 10 Second
Street, I etwee n Slin and Sycamore, Cincinnati,
UrrutKNCEs: Dickson, Biggs 6c Co.; Wilshire, Bria
lol, fee.; John Swaey h, Co.; fcwasey ic Wise ; Uarri
to A: Hooper ; Kennet Jc Dudley, and Mercbanu gen
er lly. aprifl
C1VIOM). FIT H ADAMS.
KAYMOJSD t CO., Wholesale
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry GoodM,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Wall p:per,lSu. C3 uirirr
street, Clereland, Ohio. iny
4. w. brook?. errrsTaoMAa.
BROOKS & THOMAS, Fashionable
Tailors, rooms over Xichols Hat Store, Main St.,
tVarren, Ohio. Particular attention paid W cuttini;,
and w.-irranted to fit if properly made up. feb J
C ATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
J field 4t Co.s Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powder
loot autly on hand snd for sale iu large or small quali
ty the subscribers, who are sole Agents for this
B. Vone are renoine unless procured of
March 1". tf C. at M. Wu.StK, Ag'ts.
LL OF DR. JAYKE'S FAMILY
EDICIXES, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, ud Ol-
to t's India CliolagosTie, for sale by
WASH BALLS, Brown Windsor and Trannparen.
Soan iu cakes and bars, ac t Colgate's Chemical Olive
.dip. For sale at
UtS1. POIITER k. Cn.'s
p OOD ALL AVOOL DELAINES
VJX Saw selling for 25 cents ier yard . nt the
Jin 1 W ARKES DRV OOOVr STORE.
Cl'AXISII MOSS bythebnl - orlb.
O Alcore Ra, Silver Terr-tts, Fall Plate Crescent
IUrn- Trimming, lst qaality Spars, and Seaming
C r.U at
iae fi PATCH at ALLISON'S
: fnnry s'ilvcr plated lnudtcs.
54 " Jiii'd handles, o I, Sand 3,
" White met il ar.d plated hinifcs.
4.-i -ro fiincy headed scri. wi and kicks, some en
tirely ne- sfylcs. PACKARD oi liAKNL'M.
CHEET MUSIC ! A lnrec varietv
i. ) Cceit. latet Wsltrrp. PhottJithe-. Qua Jrill. &C.
1 fix reeiTd at ADAMS' BOOS VC9IT 8T0.
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
X eOL'TII 0 TI1F- CANAIs. Tl .-
sul'scrit-r has now on hand, and will aVw'
all times keen a larae lt f CAR ilLVT-
B1AGES, rt'G'ilK.S snd WA'KN on hand, of ererj
description, style and gradt- nf prtc.
His experience in Luniht'ss. and tttc eTtent of his
shop, enaMts him to famish any description of work
hi his line, on the shortest poiM not.rr. whether it
be the putting up of a splftidid BAH'H lla. .T th
common BL'tilrl . the materials for hnh are at all
timtrs kejit on hn-1.
His WORK V KN are nnnr4i(l -y r.y n tht
country, and h;).,n fhall equal if nt nrp n-T
Bupgies and Camacos rra.!y fr ne. wi!I e ex
chanirt-d for Lnm'fr. Country Pr daer. oT yooT g
Hornea. Svccnd tind Kuptf.e Ucn in ech-gc ft,r
CARKIAOE TRIMMIlfOS always on hnd,and for
sale at the lowest prices.
Those wi.ihini: !"T wrk i" m.v line r f b-iaine-i, are
Invitd to cM at my nhop and examine n-y work and
prices, and ih'-y cannot fail to be pleaded in rcasrd lo
loth. My shup lnvirr ecoite a permanent one, I am
determined to sop, ly and suit all who like riuing in an
el"irnt iftd eay Carriage, or the farmer who desires
eut.fit.Wia! Arm or naJ wa;on or cart.
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
TTrA)l work manufircured at my shop is warranted.
Warren, March Si-, iPii.-y H. C. BELDEN.
rabscri'er haTing purcfiaed Mr. J. Marrin'a
ftockiukei thin method of Informing thf cititn o
Warren and Trumbull cmnly, that in addition to the
stuck on Inn i. Ii- is reciTiijf and now opening, a
CO.MIfETE STOCK Of NEW Bi)h fi,
Stationery and t'ancv mkIs as can he found In the
West. His mock of Ho, s cm prist s II istories, Trar-,
eU. Romances. Encyclordias, Btogr.T hies. Works on
Elocution, Architecture. Agriculture, TheoJcry. (teolo
py, Philosoirfir. i'h.vio!opy, Fhrenolojry, Works on
Iiirituali.im, Mystic tnlri. Annuals and Albums.
Also, all the new puWic.itious worthy of note. piKs of
School B'-okf, huth old and new, nw in ne in the seir-1
eral fchool district. Bi'-!es from 5' cts. to 10, Prayer
aud Hymn B-ok fr all denomination?.
JI VENILK AND TOY BKKS
In jrreat variety, L-tier Writers, Sang and Dream
Books, Astrologers Batiks and C rds.
STATION Kit Y.
In this depwtn.m arc oflered every descrh'tion of
ioods. French. Am-ric m Laid, Wove, Cap. Bill. Let
ter and N ot-e Paper of th ; best quality, and Envelopes
BT NK R00K9.
CoD3irisin? Ledcers. Journalo, Krcord, Cah. Invoice,
Time, Lo?, Note, Keccit.t a d Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy B-H'ais fur schools.
Lithographic Prh, Mas, Chessmen and Boards.
Dominoes. Due and Cups IMayiii? ard I'riminfr Cards,
Pajer Wciphts. Calendars. Letter Clip, and Bilihold
em, Addres!' Card. PHin.Gilt, Kni'-nKfl and Illumin
ed. Canl Capes. Prrl. Ivory and Illumiited.
Drawing Books, Cards, Papr and Drawintr materials.
Inks. Writing Fluids. Pers an i Lead Pencils.
leaves. Wire, Paper etc., for Artificial Klowers, and
a iarce assortment of English, French, German and
Anrt-rican Toys, Weekly Papers from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodical, Harpers. Put
nam's. Graham's. Crodey 'sand Methodist National Mag
azines. Leslie's Book of f ashions and Yar.ke Notions.
The pcrchasinje community will find always on hand
a larpe stock from whirh to tnae their selections, at
exiremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Book Store, No. -3. Main street, a few doors south of
the Post Ofiice.
Warren. Oct. 1854 R. A. A. BALDWIX.
K. W1SELL Manufactu-s-JJ
rer of Carria-rfs, Ttuies and TIfeff
Wagons, West side of the Mahoning riv-
er. Warren, Ohio, keeps on hand a larpe assortment in
his liue, of the b.t'.'st and mot Lmproveil eastern styles,
among which may le found a large lot of splendid Kock
a trays, of various patterns, with one, two or three seats;
a good supply of slidiup-seat Carriages, several of which
are on a new and improved plan, havinr extension tops,
being different and far sujvcrior to anything ever manu
factured in tlii section of country. Also a good assort
ment of one-horse Carriages, Bugles, and two-horse
Wagons, all of which will he sold as low as at any other
shop on the Western Reserve. By keeping none bat
the best of workmen. and professing to perfectly under
stand the business himself, and working none but the
best mater iiiJ that can be procured, he feels confident
that he can render entire satisfaction as regards style,
quality or prce, to every person who may favor htm
with a call.
Most kinds of country produce, good Lumber, and
second-hand bug'.cs taken in exchauge for finished
N. B. PAINTING and TFfMMING done in good
style, at fair prices, aii-l with punctuality and disfiatch.
A reasonable crc. wtii Le given to all responsible per
sons who may dtu :;. All work done at his manufac
lory is wairauted.
He mender the place West side of the Mahoning tit
er, directly west of the new bridge. Warren, Ohio.
April ifci. IcaX ELI K. W1SELL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
for Spring and Summer Trade, at .
Reduced Prices, lor Cash.
W. & B. CRANAGE, No. 6 Main
street. Warren. Ohio, would respectfully call the atten
tion of their friends and the public generally to the
fact, th?t they have just received the largest, best, and
most fashionable 5t ck of Boots and Shoes ever brought
to this market, aiong which will be found the first
oualitv of Ladies1 G.iiiers, Kid Bootees, Buskins, Slip
pers, Ate. Also a large assortment of Plain Gaiters,
Morocco and Enameled Bootees. Buskins, etc.
A great varie y of Mioses1 Gait tj, Morocco and En-
aineled Boots. Farcy Buskins and Slippers, and a gen-
eral assortment of boys', youths and children' fine
shoes of all colors and qualities, together with a great
variety of gentlemen fine French Calf and Morocco
Boots, fine Gaiters and Shoes of the latest s yles and
ALSO, a general assortment of leather, :-ole leather,
French Calf Skin, Patent Calf Skin, Moroccos of viri
ons kinds and iualities. Congress gore for gaiters,
glove kid. linings of various color, and qualitits, shoe
tli read, knives, hammers, nails, bristles, shoulder
sticks, peg Botes, peg knives, awls, boot weh, sand
stones, 1 lack buck skins, and every thing usual y kept
in cur line of business. A large stock of lasts of every
IU member the place, sign of the Red Boot. No. 6,
Slain street, Warren, Ohio. Apr. 18. t
DENTISTRY. Dr. J. C. Burroughs
would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Warren, and to the public, that he will still be found at
his Rooms over Fresco Hall, where he will perform any
0)eration that may he required of the Dental profession
in an eleeant 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 every sense
the word. J. C- BURROUGHS.
March 16. 1854-tf.
THE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings &
sL Morgan are opening their large Stock of Spring
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Par
asols, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
ries, &c, Ate
They would call attention particularly to their exten
sive variety of Ladit s' Dr--se Goods, Bonnets and Bonnet
Ribbons, Embroideries, Shawls, Mantillas, Atc in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, in their
assortment of very superior Table Linens. Linen Sheet
ings, Pillow Case Linens, Shirting Linens, Ate.
Ihey intend to keep their stock full at all times,
the best makes and most fashionable styles, aud to sell
their Goods regularly, at the lowest prices iu the mar
ket, not allowing themselves to he undersold as long
they remain in the trade.
Warren, April lit.
fMIASDLEIt SHOP! The subscri-
V Irer announces to the citizens of Warren, and tqe
public in gei.ei al. that he has established a Chandler
S'top. a here te i litems to manufacture Caiidus Soap,
and supers art; tie ol causars, wn;ca will always be
on hand at whrWsalv and retail prices.
Jv The Propiictor can at all times le found on
Market Street, ore door a est of Vautrot's Jewelry
Store, W arren, Ohio.
TV The highest price, in cash, will ht paid for Tal
low and Lard, d 13J A. L. C. DAV, Agent.
VTEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! ! .
The subscri'crs are now receiving a large and
desiraole Slock of FALL AND WlNl'fcK GOODS,
which they invite the attention of the public generally.
Their Goods will be ottered at pr ces tlit will defy all
eom etition for rtadv-pa y, or. in e cchanee for Produce.
Approved credit on short time wi I be giren.
Warren, Oct- lr, lri4. C 6c 11 MOSKIt.
FkENTISTRY.- Over Adams Book
k-S Store. Dr. II. W. HOLLOWAY, having sold out
Ins interest in the '.aguerreotype business, has taken
rooms over Adams' llookstore. where he can t e found
at all hours, from S o'clock A. M. untill6 P. M
The coustantiy increasing demand for work in his
profession lias induced him to devote his time Kkolty
to this art. and he is fully prepared to do work on the
shortest notice, in the most neat and workmanlike
manner, and ou the most reasonable terms. Dr. Uol-
loway will assure his numerous patrons, that his work
shali give entire satisfaction, and conn wire favorably
with jobs done by the most sk'dfull even in the At lantic
cities. Don't fort the place -over Adams Bookstore.
arren, July iroa. li. v . HOLLOW AY
EA. SMITH & CO., (Late Hoyt,
l!ro. At Co.,) NO. 5, MAIN STREET. WAURLN.
0. Dealers in Dru Medicines and Chemicals, Phar
loacemical prenanuions. Perfumery -c. Alo, a full
assortment of Paii Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes,
Brushes. Ate. St.,e ugenta in the place for the sale
Jayne's Family Medicines, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
other popular reineuies direct from the proprietors.
Family Medicines and Physician's prescriptions ac
curately and promptly put up
SPECIFIC IIOMCEPATIIIC MED
1CINES, prt pared by Prof. F. Ilnmpervys, put up
iu cases and adapted to the use of families. The casrs
contain fifteen !ox s each, of different kinds of medi
cine. Acconiaanyii:g each case is a Manual or Practi
cal treatise ."or the administration of Homrnathic rtm
edies. For sale I y 11. A. SJdITIl & CO.,
Agents for the sah'of the Uomocpathic Siecific Reme
CTOVES, TINWARE, tc, New
Shop on Main Street. Those who wih to
purchaiM: things in our line, are ioviti.il to ca
at the shop of lioIliniMworth oz Fitch, on JIaiu street.
fimr dcis noiln ot I'ackard s Hardware store, where
they will hud a lare asortment of Stores, Tina arc.
Japanned ware. Britannia-ware. Copper Kettles, Brass
Kettles, and lluiluw -ware of nil kinds, cheap and good.
Ca!l at utir Etaiilif bment before you buy Jnb-ork
aud repairing dune on rea.n,abe term", and w::h de
spatch. HQLL1SGSWORTU At FITCH.
Y ARREN DOOR, Sash" audBTTud
T ? Factory, Market Street, East of the Bauk, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, bavin entered nu coiart
nership iu tlie manufacture of SASH, BLINDS and
DOORS, will hereafter keep a large stock of S:iv!l, lotb
Pine and Poplar, of all sizes in use, and of the be
quality, mhich they will sell on reasjuaide terms.
We will continue the inauufacture of LMTIAN
ItLlNDS, in all it branche, wnica we will sell very
low and of an improved quality, surpassing any hereto
litre oilcred to the public.
We will also continue the manufacture of PAN EI
1HUS, of the Idlest styles, and of a superior uuaiity.
AU work made at our establishment will he warranted
' as we use nothing but the best quality of Lumner. and
employ none but the firt class wor.men. In our en
ileavurs to serve our cuMomers, we will keep pace witl:
til improvement? in our business, and conversant m
ail l Ue styles of work in the Evdfrn Cities.
We would ir.rite all wishing to purchase the above ar
iicles, to call at otir ofiice, where ae will be found at
hoars of the day, for we shall give our const-ui p-:r
anal superintendance to the details of otir busittcs.
E. SPEAR Al tSOX,
jan ltt, l5aK. Succs.urs to Edward Spear.
L W Lizhts i 9 Extra Quiilty, at
5t " CaXI "
1( " xli "
lua) " U'jH " " "
- - - 4
Otbtr sizrs ill proj.nrtion. Ordrrs for Bliiiiis ai.l
Poors )Oitctuslly al-fi-l t to. All work warnttiu-tl
eqnal to thf Lest. PACKARD & BAUXLM, Ai.--is
VTarreD, Ohio, V-c. ST
PINE SHINGLES on hand (most
th- tiiiio.) PACKAKU BAUXl'M.
AMPII1XE OU PINE OIL, uml
Uurtnnc Fluid, for aalel'T
iaa 94 S- A. ISITII A Co.
TO Till: !. AlULsN.
DR. I'll HALL'S COMrOUXD EX
1 b s h . fouI Lily nod Sunqiusii.
A snre remedy T-T tnc loiiowtnr Divascs of Frmilfs,
tie i AwTiorrhea. i-r Rt ttrMfeion of the Mens-s ; Sap
previon t'f the Meiis-s ; Men- rrha a, or Eve
M DtrttKirn: Fluor AHvs.or Wbtt-?; Turn of Life;
Fl:ttul'i.ce ; CnCipat!b ; I.i itrtioi:s of U.e ktn ;
llywfcrm. Couvuiuus; Prolpaus I'trn. or Bearing
D-taw; Irnut. c Woi.; 1 Morn., or iirn sick
new; Dstuetwr.-a...r Pairftimtsustru iti jii; Tr--i.ai.ry;
Mrf.U.y, Arc. itc. ere.
In comiTir lf.rrr the m: he. I do noi nrnfi t- -r
,11 iti. .1...... .1... N . . a. . t 1
... r--B Ktiri unit jf m-ir w, miij mov t m nirn
1 have paid the mu-t partiewUr 4to-nt)on, durw.c an
(tenire rartic f years, (ten prescribing for:
' to .V) patents triad, ant that the wfl'Tinv Fe-
maJti of the Cisite! Mafct-s may be b-n-ntr-d rd af ed 1
from a prvntature grave. t which thoqsinds fall vic
tims aitiiUnily for the wut of proper and tint ly Keme
die to regulate Oh fuiictit.rs of the Womb ar.d its se
creting organs. With this vi w, 1 have incurred great
cxpetiiK.- in mamrc a Csiarwr.d Extract, put up in pii.t
bltle. prepared w th wrirt rrference to vegrta- le
rht-mistry. from 13 Balsamic Rots and Planu. ahich
hate long been known to the aborigines of thiscountry
aioi mar y riiyicians to have a ipeifiie Tnic and i
Aitrmative action upon ttte Female Womb and its an !
pfi.daffe. but the t'ompound Extract of Cohosh. Pond
Lily ar.u uti-U-n, I claim for myself and my country
to be the only pfs-baratinn of the kind ever nrfttared.
and the oi.hr one that is adj)ted to the different diseas
es of Females of this eiimatc, to a hich hunlreils ean
Dose, from one to two tea-sooonfuls in one or two
table-spoonfuls of water 3 times a day before meals.
it 5Imum act upon tne -owei pee or twice a week.
Noie genuine without m name and the name of the
medicine blown on the bottle, with my written signa
ture on each lalcl ; also a Journal of Fmaie Diseases
accompanying each bottle. Price, 91,50.
K F.C0 M K X DA TORY.
Frm Chief Justic Ktltmn: I have been acnuaint-
erl with lr. Thrall several years, and can cheerfully
bear testimony to his good private character, aud hich
professional attainments, and car. confidently recom
mend him to the publi as a gentleman, in eviry way
cl titled to their respect and confidence. I trust he
tuay succeed in this change of his professional lai-ors ;
and am sure that he cannot fail, if integrity and enter
prise, together with a high professioual standing, re
ceive their due and proper rewards.
CAM L KELSON.
Hall Cooperstown, Not. 3d,
Da. Thrali.: Dear Sir I have just heard that yoo
leave the village in the morning: I should he verr
sorry that you should depart, without my good wishes
and thanks for your professional services in my fami
ly ; tne very serums inuisposttion or Mrs. Cooper, in
passing the turn of life, some 3 or 3 years since, was
the worst affliction bhe ever had ; and I impute under
Providence her recovery to your medicine.
Wherever you go, I wish you success.
Believe me. Dear Sir, verv truly Yours,
J. FEN N I MORE COOPER.
LEAVE OF REFERENCE:
rMvrssiTT or Nbw York Citt 3. T. Francis. M.
D.; P. Joel Trotter. M. D.; Leman Dubois, M. D.; Silas
jjyse. m. v. , r. it. uraper, m. 1).
"Bowtoji S. Warren, M. D.; Warner Stevens, M. D.
William Wood, M. D.
PBii.anKi.pina SamH T. Parrish, M. D.; N. 8 Hor
ner, M. p.; Clovis T. Eberle,M. D.; James Frost, M. D.
Mw low- kct. A. . Campbell; Rev. John Tiffany:
Rev. T. Barer.
Albaxy Hon. W. L. Marcy; Hon Ia S Chatfield;
Hon. reter aiann; lion, biias Fitch.
BrrrALO Prof. F. li. Hamilton.
PpiLanEi-pifiA Hon. Wm. Smith; non. Joel Ilesmer;
Hon. J. R, M.Miller.
Very many Certincates and Letters of commendation
from distinguished individuals, which I think not best
to publish, may hr seen by cailinr at mv ofilce. li!5 Su-
p-rior Sir eet. Cleveland. O., or at my General Depot,
11 Broad SU, N. Y. City, and by Dealers in Medicine
everywnere. Agents wanted. IScpUMim.
T AKGE STOCK OF CARRIAGE 4
U HARNESS GOODS, just receded by
TATC1I & ALLISON, Warren, O.
SIX) hi.lrs Patent Dash. Ilamess ami Welting Leather.
IK) ' Enameled and Oil Top Leather.
50 pieces D-.toias';. assorted, some very fine.
3D " Buckram.
10 " Silk Festooning.
100 dot. Silk Fringes.
5! pieces Preceline. (new artiele.)
1 Vi pieces EnameKM Cloth. (Lawrence goods.)
I' Froailcloths, assorted colors.
setts Top Props.
3t gross Japanned. Silrerand Brass Knots.
ttl " Sxidleand Lining Xails.
Tj pieces Carriare Laces. A few pieces finest Silk
Laces ever seen in this market.
l!ui and Sand Bands of all descriptions.
4 hales of best quality Moss, and everything wanted in
the line of Cairiage Trimming.
IX TITE HARNESS AND SADDLERY LINE,
600 gross Japan Buckles, j;, 1, 1 4, 1 i and
3c0 fts. Harness Thread.
5(t pieces Oinhinff.
5ft " Line Weh.
o dozen Briille Bitts. assorted.
Jifl Ivory ami Itiass-lined Martingale Rings.
Sifl Line and Tu Snaps.
5it 44 Real Si Irer Kosettes and Ornaments.
541 Japan Brass and Silver Self -adjusted Trees.
Goo pieces lt;imes, (some fine silrer.)
SO Stirrup Irons,
And all other articles wanted in the Trade.
Ail the aove goous hare been purcliased of the Eas
tern Manufactures, and selected with much care will
be sold to the Trade at wholesale at a low figure.
IN TnE TRUNK LINE.
We can show one hundred, of all grades, from $1 75 to
$vM) ; some very fine and entirely new styles. Also,
Ladies' Trunks, with all the extra fixings.
50 Saddles of various styles and prices, ean he seen.
A good assortment of Ladies1 Saddles much better than
We aie manufacturing some very fine styles of Silver
rilte Harness, the plate of the heat quality a laree as
sortment always on hand many new styles of gocds,
just brought out by the manufacturers, can be seen at
our establishment. We lespectfully solicit the patron
age of al those that can mak it their interest to do so.
July io ifJJ. r ail tl oc ALLlsua.
DOZ. Wl'.IPS for sale, wholesale
D J and retail, at jy 18 PATCH 4 ALLISON'S.
O'JRRY COMBS, HORSE CARDS,
V Combs and Brushes ; 3!atts of all descriptions, at
jy 18 PATCH 4c ALLISON S.
SADDLER'S SILK, of all shades ;
three cord Thread, white, blue and black ; Harness
Varnish ; a full stock of Saddle's Tools, at
jy 18 PATCH At ALLX30N'3.
PLOOR OIL CLOTHS, from 3-4 to
X 6 4 ; trace chains, spars, tacks of all sizes. Raw
Hides, fancy russet bridles, Carpet hags, at
jy It PATCH 6c ALLISON'S.
FEW PAIRS CARRIAGE LAMPS
which we are anxious to sell to anj one that will be so
foolish as to by them, jylti PATCH 4c ALLISON
fAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN
1?L SHINES! FARM FOR SALE ! !- The subscri
ber, wishing to go wet, wonM say to those desiring to
buy a fiirm, that he will sell his well-known old home
ttad. It contaiufl two hundredacras of excellent land,
hits water in almost every lot, timber suificient for ono
hundred years, a house almost new, that cost two thou
s:iad dollars, and out-buildinus plenty and convenient.
It is loca:ed in Host land, on the North and South Centre
ro id, and about one hundred rods north of the Y oun?s
lon and Warren road. It cannot fail to please, ary
one wishing a residence in the country.
Uowland, May 1K5. JOHN W. SKELY".
STRIKE NOW, WHILE THE IRON
IS HOT f A RARE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN
can be had by applying i tmcdiately, as I wish to o
West by the middle of tftpU mber, to stry a tew months.
I want to sell my build. u on the east side of Main t-,
all my Groceries now on hand, and some Guns and Gun
Fixtures, together with Gunsmith Tools, and will Oder
them at a ha-gin for the sake of closing out. AUo, a
building Lot on the West side of Maiu street, tit feet
front by 7u feet deep a good location for business.
Call suon,aiid look at said property, if you aish to
Warren, August 8, 1S55. JOHN PAT.
X J- The subscribers hare no w on trial, one of Ketch
em's combined Mowing and Reaping Machines. Those
interested can see how it works, almost any time during
the present harvest, by calling. We would like to have
farmers call and nee for themselves, and should they
wish to buy a machine, or almost auy 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.,
one of the most extensive establishments of the kind,
in tli at SU'te. They keep on hand all kinds of farming
empienients, Tiireahirg Machiues, Mowing and Reap
ing Machines, Arc. Among their Mowing aud Reaping
Machines, may be found McCormick's, llnssey., Bur
rellN, Manny's and Ketchum's, also what is called the
New York Reaper, which is said to be the best Reaper
now in uae, but it cannot lr arranirt'd for mowing.
Rowland, July 3Ut IK5, REEVES & AJli:LL.
DOORS, DOORS, DOORS.-Tu CV.
tractors. Carpenters and Builders. We can fur msn
fou with Panel lors of all styles, a great denl cheaper
lltau you can make them by ham), (and as guod if nut
belttr.) Call and examine our work aud prices- o
nil :e suited with ooth. A Lir-e supply constat!', on
hHiid. A liberal discount to tLolciale tmders
January iti. Ji SPEAR fcOX.
EEADY PAY SYSTEM" FbiTlSVs
3iessrs. E. L. GIBUS ic CO., are adopting this
jystfin in tli fir Lustiness ra Windsor. Aflhtabula Co., 4).
where they are selling mure goods, and at lower prices
tfia any etolilameTit in their vicinity. That is so
i-.ime and try tliem! They wage wnr on high prices
They have bought their gods low, aod are seeing how
cheup they cau sell theui and live. Their motto is
u,uick sates and sma'.l protits a nimble sixpence is
butter than a slow rhillin."
Cilland see them, and they sill sell you goods lower
than yu can buy th-m elsewhere and charge nothing
lor their trouble Th-y are clever fellows and delight
in shov.int? coo Is at ail tues give them a call
Feb'y 14 'Jj-ly.
CTOVES, TIN WARE, Ac THE
O KINO OF fcToVKS, for sale by B. P. Jame.on A
Co., with a new ac.l eleratr-l oren Uie laret Cook
Move, Uenesee Valley, elevated oven, Clinton, cleTaUil
.veu, Pretnium. elevated oven, Ohio Premium, and
uman s nights Move. -
DISSOLUTION. The partnerii
heretofore existin hetveeui the subscribers no
der tbe name and style of S. & C. Moser is tl.U day dis
jolved by v.utual consent. Tne notes aud accounts ol
Hie late Inn, are in the hattl of Samnl SL.ser foi
wttlem-at. SAMI.'EL MOSKIt.
Warren, July 24, lr54. CORNELIUS MoiEB.
CO-rARTSERniP. The an.lerslirned.of the Lis
firm ofDal 5IOr.lt,bi tnisiUy associated i.n nim
Micliael Moser, f..rthe ur(K)je of continuinff the 3!cr
cantile Lnainess at the old stand, aniter the name aud
sty'e of C. t II. Moser. They respectfully invile a
continuance of the iiatronage so literally exten-led to
the late firm. COUNKI.ILS MOSLit.
W arren. July SU, IPil-
All persons in le.ti-.l by note or book account to
th.- late Iris of S. oi C. Mnsva, are here .y notiftrd lo
cillf.n'iwuh and square (. SAMUAIL WoSKil.
!. 14 '5i-tf.
I UMAN BARETT'S PATENT
.J BXT CRIVI'. The undersicned are sole n-?nt
lor the Ooenty of Trirabnll. It is warranted to crimp
the tou?het p.ece of Lcaiher in lies ?. wh.ch il
frriiun'iiiy takes an hour or more to do the same .iecr
of aork. It slants nithout a rival. We would rosert
tr.liy cU the attcutiou of our friends of the cr.ift to
lb., mi: "-ct. C not forgn the pUce. Mo. in. ,in St..
Wairta", 0. Id 13 JAS. M.t'ON X ELL k Co.
HARRELL S INDIAN LIXIMEXT
Sloan's Ointment, jnst rte'd and for sale at
a, ii IS. i A. iMITM C'l.
t?Pr.IN0 AND SUMMER STOCK
Jtt Kcct!rff-tt at thf.
XEW YORK BOOT AND SHOE
STORK. No. 3. Market Street.
t-tr-titk lriIlg has com ? and no uas
(hi.. cert. nt"5t select, and chraiitrt stjc!
Baut aid !h'rs e-r brought lo Warren, f.r
h ruicii.d ?uwm-r wear.
1. II. H &RHEN. in aiinsueing this fact to his pat
lona. ami Uk aurldat lare, invito lhm. umr and all
to CfUH fd Se f.r theair.es. f.r h f-rlct ftdett he
ran suit them with any kmdrf Boot rrtu tlwy
lnrchasir.c his tork f the Manufxcturvrs fur Cast,
enable him to tfer sweb inducenet.ta tobueras ru
J.sdies! yon !ik-V have pretty flatter or !hoe.and
I him t.k 'i.i Mn tn niMf tm b sIettir the
mtt fihiftii.i- inttiet and mrtt ge
euteeifc nr ;
ladi-'wear. that e obi i-r Tfvr.x in 3ew n; so an
tint like th: irrattienulas aeil as nsefal, will call and
see and buy, hefre going elewbcre.
Gents.1 I hare tht? aArtment for your use the
greatest var.ety f matrriai.and the latest fashions, oniy
call and see my ClKh. Kid and Knamelie! Gaicers.
Children ! come, and I can fit you with any kind of
Shoe or Gaiter your taste may select.
P.. 11. W. strain returns thanks for past patronage, and
solicits its continuum?.
N. B. Boottaud Shikesmaileto onlerand wnrrai.ted
lo fit. Ii. H. WARREN.
P. S. Ib.n't furget the place. No. 3, Market Strict,
next to Smiths and McCombs. apr. C5, 'ii.
pIRCULAR SAWING. We are
prepare l to .lo all lords of Circalar Swin, such
as Brackets, Patterns, Carriage work. &c, on dhorl
notict. it 6 STKAKit Su.N.
EW STEAM WOOLEN FACTORY,
X 1 one half mile north of Kinsman Store, on thf
The subscribers having bought the Wool Cardinr es
tablishment lately ownl by U. Fnbes, formerly Allen
oi FoIh-s, intend carrying on MAN LFACTl" KING in
us various oranencs. w ooi manufactured on the shares,
or by the yard, into Doe-Skins, Cass i meres. Satinet.,
Tweeds. Flannels and Kentucky Jeans.
CARDING snl SPINNING done on short notice.
Also, Wool-Carding and Cloth Dressing. Wool carded
into rolls at 4 cents per lb. Carding and Spinning,
As we are putting in steam-works, those having wool
lo canl, by com in early in th day, can nave the rolls
to take back with them.
As we are getting on the best of Eastern Machinery,
and have bad long experience in the business, we flatter
ourselves as being able to do as good work, and as
cheap, as at any other establishment.
Those having wool to manufacture or card, would do
well to give us a call, as by strict attention to business
we hope to get a share of the public patronage.
J. W. FAKRANDstCO.
Kinsman, 0., June 6, 1855.-tf
''UTILE'S best C. S. Hoes, Ames',
I- Rowland's and Pialey's Shorels and Spades, Tat
tle's Hay and Manure forks, Ciapp's Scythe Snaths
and Williard's C. S. Scythes, at
. je!3 A. L. M0RLET'3-
AGUERREOTYPE Stock a large
assortment Just received at
JnneM THE TALL BRICK.
ITARDWARE. A. L. MORLEY is
-X now receiTinr a larjte and will selected stock of
iiaroware. wnica will be sold at wholesale or retail, at
Tery low prices.
Warren, June 5, It'SS.
rriIE FIRST ADYERTISEMENTIX
TWELVE TEARS ! There has been a great deal
of puffing and steamins; foinc on in the town papers,
a thing I never waa in the habit of doing. I only tak,
Ihis simple method of informing my old customers, and
the public in general, that I hare commenced keeping,
mall Grocery and Beer Hall, on V.tin street. No. 41,
(the German Sign.) where you can find such grocery
articles usually kept in such a store. I also keep
ou hand a first rate article of ALE and BEEK. ami in
Tite all of those who are friends of the same. The Hall
is sept open every day. Sundays excepted.
VI arren, Jan. 31st. l.u50. D. BISHOP.
"TTSIOX HALL TRIUMPHANT."
ISAACS' CLOTHING Aoaiwt ths World!
Sv Yor Dollars and sot Tor CLOTHING a,
IS.lJlC A. 1SAACSS", Vmim Ball, Clcvilmmd, O.
The Public are invited to an inspection of the superb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING now oa
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which in
extent, variety, superiority of Workmanshio. and
fashion, together with lowoess of price, cannot be
heat by any other Clothing House in Ohio.
Isaac s has just returned from the East, where he has
received such bargains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and is
determined to knock all the Eastern Slop concerns
into a "ccieW hct !" and he will commence by selling
tlie best Over-Coat in the City for Fot a Dollars ! and
i, nuer-uoats, rants and ests of all descriutions
proportion, am Umk mutforfmn ! and come alone ever.
body who wants to be clothed, he can St all sizes, from
men as larire as the (Pisa's rsaf ttamt t his ittrt, to
little wee fellows three years old, and as his Mammoth
Building is filled with Clothing of all qualities, he is
sure of being able to suit everybody Recollect that
be does not wish to humbng tlie people with Eastern
Slop Work for 50 per cent, less titan any one else, aa
he does not keep saea treat ; but he will furnish his
customers with the best Clothing in the City, for less
money than they can purchase the same kind of Goods
for in any other house in the United States.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS of all rte
srriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made to
V holesale customers who buy for Cash.
r7 Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
I ' Hall, ctriier mf Smprritr and Union Street!,
T- LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANTS. JR
CTRANGE DEVELOPMENT. Sci-
kJ entitle men are dally bringing to light new Inven
tions, and the march or progress is onward ; personi
Bald, or becoming so, .ll be pleased to learn, that sci
ence and lone research combined, have brought before
the pre:itest ffonrier f the Jive, in the article of E.H
EKaOVti AMERICAN 1IAIH RESTORATIVE, a mire
cure for Baldness and to prevent Ilair from falling
ee circulars to be hail of aeents. Price tl.t) in Inrrs
bottles, told hy E. . Hoyt Jt CoM and Geo. A lams.
w arren ; Manning, louniratown; rrenuce & a
war Is, Can Held.
C. E. FISIIER & Co., Proprietors.
march S No. 57, Superior street, Cleveland, 0
VOTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
1 GOODS. J. R. Albertsoh, formerly of the 1
Cowlks Sl Albertsox, has just opened a new Store in
the New Block mn the Crer f Superior Street
the Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio, where may fat
found an entire New Stock of
KI,D AND SILYER WATCHES.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, and YANKEE CLOCKS.
SILVER-WAKE of all kinds, ff mrrmnted Part Cim,
1NE AN1 FASHIONABLE JEWELRY.
All kinds of PLATED and BRITANNIA WARS.
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODd and PERFUHER1E9.
In short, everything? that is New and Desirable In
this line, may be found cheaper than can be bought
liy STRANGERS should not tail to visit as before
Cleveland, Dec. 13, l?54-y
rtHEAP CASH AND READY-PAY
V BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISH
MENT, No. 2U. Main Street.
J. ilcConnel. 4: Co., No. 30 Main
street. Warren, Ohio, have the pleas
are of announcing to the citizens of
Trumbull county and the public in
general, that they are receiving and manufacturing the
Unrest, cheapest and best assortment of BOoTd and
StlUfcd ever brought to the Western market, which
they now otler tor sale, at wholesale or retail, at prices
that cannot fail to suit purchasers, on tne cash and
ready-pay system. Their stock, consists oi
Men's Coarse Boots; Men's Calf Peg'd Imitation B'ts;
Hungarian do; French Calf sew'd, steel s'ks;
Kip do; " Brogans;
Calf Pegs do; Kip and Calf Brogans;
Boys Boots and Brogans, ail kinds.
Ladies Jenny Lind Boots, Buskins and Ties; Ladies'
Patent Leather Buskins and Ties, and 3lorocco Boots
Misses' Sewed and Pegged Gaiters and Shoes, of all
kinds; Children s Shoes, ccc.
SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS & TOOLS ALL KINDS!
Mofocco, Cslf Skin and Upper Leather, and every
thing usually kept in oar line, which will be sold for
Asn, lower than can be found elsewhere in the county.
April 14, 1-1. J. MoCONNELL Sl CO.
NEW HARDWARE STORE. e
A. L. XOULEY,
Successor to James 0. Brooks, dealer in Hardware,
Cutlery, Iron, Nails and Glass, where at all t ires can
be found a large and raried assortment of House Trim
mings, CariMUUrr's Tools, Ac.
Received this nay and now opening:
6 doa. White's Cut Steel Axes.
4 Heaver's "
1 Hay KniTes.Mgood.t
2 PiUsburgh Gun Baurels.
9 Remington's Gun Barrels.
T4I tons Pilt jburgh Iron, assorted sizes.
50 huud.es best Norway Nail Rods.
Warren,NoT. 1, 1K4. A. L. MORLEY.
nav!n?thts day sold my entire stock of Hardware
to A. L. 3Iorley, who will continue the busiuess at the
old stand, I tike this method of informing my old
friend an-1 former patrons, that I sliail remain with
Mr. Money, where 1 wilt be happy to se them
usual. J. 0. BROuKS
Oct. 30. l-54. nor.
ISAAC A ISAACS' UMOX HALL!
A Corner of Superior and Union streets, Clerclaotl,
Ohio. This is tlie l:ir?est ana most mazniticen.
in the whole tt estttrn Country, and is nlle.l wilh the
lri:stana best assortment of KKADY-M.AIE CL(i'!l
ISO AND rl:llNI:-niSi GOOD-, of all .leacripuons,
of our own manufacture, anil whi(h is warranted to
loiter cut. betttrmarte ar.d Letter adapted u the wants
of tne community, an.l is sold,
W HULKSALE AND KKTAIL.
at lower prices than any other Clotnin .n the world.
Ktran.Aers risitins Cleveland, will and it to their ad
Tant.ise to call at liAAC I ISAACS.
Union lla'.l. comer of Snjterior an I I'nion street..
Jfj'I-WK 0LT Foit TilE UIAXrs..- if '3
pEMOVAL AND CHANGE.
ft jl 1 j K. C. Darlinc. (form..rly Rirlinf A. Bro-
i'l ther.) has remoreil his Shop to the hnil.linr at
the corner of Lil.erty and South stret-t, where he
Is prepared to carry on Hlacksmithui in all its bran
ches. Knilroad tools made on short notice, and in
suerior style ; llorse-slioes, warranted not to urnt in
tl.eeye,'" and put oa in tifitop manner. My 30, '.V.
DISSOLUTION". The copannership
heretofore existing under the St le and Firm of
Torter h. Co., is this diy dis..olrei by mutual consent
The liaiiness of the lite firm will be adjured by C. 3
Porter, ho is aalhorixed to settle the same.
N. i5., an early settlement is n-snecrfoilr solicited.
J. E. TANUOKDER.
Warren, june 9, liK.
NOTICE The Druif uainesl wi!l be continued at the
Old Stand recently oe u-.ied by Porter at Co. by the
aul.scrir, who respectfully solicits a continuance of
the liheral patronage neretotore bestowed upon th- es
tahlistiment. C. 8. PORTER.
June 13, '54.
T ARREN MARBLE SHOP, situ .ted
II on Market Street, at the east end of 1. L. Tan
llonlr's Uri-k biock, whera may be fonnd a choice as
sortment of Italian and Vermont Marl.le. Tomb Stones.
!onnmcnts. Spires and erery thing in the Marble lira:
i-f the r.est quality and finish, in the be.t'if style.
All persons that are in want of anytMn; in
Ihe above line, witl find it to their advnntare to irlvs
me a call and examine stock and prices hefofe porchas
irireUenhere. Call and s. I. P. AiEK-
Mar. M. "ii. 1 y. .
EN OF CHARACTER, t
DR. WEAVER'S CANKER ANDi
SALT KIIEI'M SiKl'P, si.d ITKATK. I
Iti an ind.'i.utj le fact (fe-U ihe ;tbov aidic!cc
are tiH nly initio W r-uli- how i r the pntdic, t
fr Cuia:Mus Kruf-tiona r .It kltehm. Kryipvhf. ! -n !
I brrn, tW fcrr Sni-i, .-cald llewt. .carbm.e t
Krai uft. r.. Ae. !
( tStthi4(4eiiner.t Physicians hav' dpi;r- ;
ed f reli-ivii.g. inuwMiatrU yieldl to their crr,t:ve
powers, ai4 Im-w ad in acc-T.lanc wrM the priuttti
dirvrtin. vb'-h aceftfitpai y r-t -h boUle. Thr ru,
and I'trf e-i.iu,.-r.tist aity -f th-.nT iin'l
dar. ad ira,fthr t:Wf tVuita btririi-!'.-
T!l Rrvtla'llr TC t kftl. t IV(Utr t : V L" ! T g '
VTr ikW -U.4 t Atwirr.t of fMf m. 7li-J"ttu !
hsntf i roM-litt'S-1 -! 'rn K;it. r-i. v .rth -.r. i i
l-n-h. f ;h? w..tl,l- i rurr tf-y ire i rf-rn.i
W ho la vi-r irif d ih-- w..f..'- f-i f.-chIi. i.,,-n
fh. r Wh,
- 1V' In"" r.'. nsd te-e m
.... . " :
"the fUVe doi mor ir,.,..l th-in -a I r), mYu r n.-.Ti.
cinet I h.-iT? fr nM for KrviK-t,i.
Cat. Willlajn Vail, of tin n.w rimniO-say
nh- hifffUT-l sty luih d:-.u-bter of :t Kb-nm ai;d
MIW r.f six yej-rv standtt h
1 ?hr u r-r-il!w ;
covered with rri; is now p-rtVct'.j cured by the use
of the 8jfrup and .Vrafw?.'
Dr. A.J. Johnsn. of North Wardoro. Vt., snys a i
FcTofaloudieae of the hip joint, and Scald Head in I
the same child, have teen cared ty the Syrup and Ce-
Rev. AugwMnj BsiieS say It has cnrel the Salt
Rhmm in nv ir."
J Ilatfteld r'rafr,E5fi..EdLto-f the Somerset Whisr, !
Somerville. N. J., !nys "n-y mother has ben complete-
ly cured nt a severe cae of Totter of long standing, that !
had defied th skill of the he!-Physicians." j
Hon. Jol LooRji!, of East Lyme. Conn., says I was !
compMely cured of F.rysiimtss in my lee. after a coun- J
cil of the best physicians in the county had pm noun ceil I
the disuse incuriMe. (t my aee, which was seventy; i
eight years.) hut Weaver's Syrup and Cerate did the I
work at once.' j
Elia Latham, Eso., of Orient. Long Island. 5. Y..
says "I hardly knnw how to express my gratitude to j
jrja ana your meiietnes. I nave been atuicteu for more
than thirty years with Salt Khenm in its worst form. I
tried to find relief from various ssedirines. I tried sev
eral pbyieians in New York. Brooklyn, and Greenport.
I have taken your medicines one year, aud am now able
to Work mnd lfT rh.Mit n aK. . ..
The Rev. J. S. Swan, of Ne'l.o.ion. -r
useu tne jrup and Cerate in my family for more than
Jr. nd I consider it completely adapter I to sustain i
tne nizn reputation that is claimed for it. I have seen
,n numrjcr ot cases for Salt Rheum and Ery
sipelas, with entire succes. j
Ask Seth Prisbery. of Taunton, Mass.. what thee
medicines will d ak Willira Barber, of Threwa Mil
Bay. Jeff Co. N Y. what th Sn-nn h inn fn k;m
ask Gf & Boynton, of PrrkinsTflle, Vt sk F L
ivent, oi -.nieago, ill. ask Wm F KeaMes. or Wm P
Benjamin V.sis, of New London ask Dr X Murdock of
Pulaaki, ji Y ask J C Sroitlu of Broklm. It Y. who
was cured of Scrofula, after losing his Ie?bythe dis
ease, and suffering for years, has been perfectly cure.!
oy use oi tne !yrup anrt Venue. Ask Curtis .Bur
rough, of Shelby, N Y, who has been cured of a severe
case or Bait Chenm ask Chrw. Akin, of Hume, N Y,
what the Syrup and Cerate will do for sore legs ask
Wins!ow and Slsfter, Merchants, Yireil. N Y. what it
will do for Fever Sores. In a word, ask everybody who
has ever used these wonderful medicines, and the an
swer will be the same. Thct Crsa.
Manufactured by S. A Wearer At Co.. 9ol Pmnr..
tors. New London. Ct.. and for sale everywhere.
J. N. Hvris Y Co., No. 7, College Building, Cincin
nati, ueneral Agents frthe Wctern States. Sold by
E. A. smith. Co., Warren; Williams fcEaiton. Mes-
Opotftmia; J. Campbell, Newton Falls.
jr--J H . I. FOTtTEB, Traveling Agt
7II0DS' FEVER & AGUE CURE,
JLi) ORNATfRE'3 IXfALLfRLE SPRriFln u.
tn Prevention and cure of Interftiitlent and Remittent
fevers. Fever and A"ne. Chills and Fever, niimh a.no
fleceral Debility. Jiii:ht Sweats, and all nthr lnm l
disease which have a common origin in Ml.fH. n. v;.
This Is a NaTT al Attidoti which will entirelvnro-
teet any resident or traveller even in the most sicaly
or swampy localities, from any A .rue. or Billions di
sease whatever, or any injury from constantly inhail-
It will instantly check the A:me in nersona who have
suffered for any lenjrth of time, from one day to twenty
years, so that they need never have another chill, by
continuing, its use according; to directions. The pa
tient at once begins to recover appetite and strength.
and continues until a permanent and radical cure ia
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary cases.
some mar require more.
Ibrilions prtnted in German .French and S Danish.
accompany each bottle.
Price one dollar. Liberal discounts made to ths
JAS. A. Bn5E3. Proprietor,
Providence, R. I.
AI3ESTS Cincinnati. J. D. Park: Colnmhna. a Ro.
bens. For sale by Medicine dealers renerallv
ETIDEXCB OF SAFETY.
Niw Yon. June 1 1.1855.
"I have made a chemical examination of 'Rhodes'
terer and Ague Cure,' or Antidote to Malaria,' and
have tested it for Arsenic. Mercury. Quinine, and
Strychnine, but have not fonnd a psrticle of either In
it. nor have I found any substance in its composition
that would prove injurious to tie constitution.
James R. Chiltos, M. 1).., chemist.'
ETICESCE OF MERIT.
Lxnisst is, Tnion Co., Pa I
May S. (
31a J. A. Rhodes Sear Sir: The box of medicine
you sent me was duly received on the Ilth of April,
and I hand you herew ith, receipt for the same.
I have sold about one half of i t, and so far the peopl
who have used it are sati.ned that it has cured tliem
It has certainly stopped the Aloe in every one who has
used it. and six of the cases were of long sttnding.-
My sister, who has had it for five or six years back, and
could never eet it stopped, except by Quinine.and that
only as Ions; as she would take it, is now, I think, en
t irely cured by your remedy.
If it thus continues to keep off the A rue, as I think
it will, you may expect from rae larjre orders.
I am, sir, yours, very truly,
0. R. MrQIStT.
CAUTION TO AUUJ! SCFFEKER3.
Take no more Arsenic. Tonics, Jlercurj Quinine.
Febrifuges, Strychnine, or Anti-Perioriies of any kind.
The well known inefficiency of these noxious poisons
proves them to be tlie oOsprine either of false medical
principles, or of mercenary quacks. The only remedy
in existence that is both sure and hannless.is RHODES'
FEVER AXD AOCJS CCRE. s jei-y
T ITER COMPLAINT.DTSPEPSIA.
Jaundice, Chronic or rrons Debility, Disease
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disor
dered LiTer or Stomach; such as Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to tbe head. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn, J tsarist fr pood. Full
ness or Weipht in the Stomach. Soor Eructations, Sinking-
or Fluttering; at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ins: at the Heart, Chokmr or Suffocating: Sensations
when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision. Data or
Web before the siftht, Ferer and Doll Pain in the
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyei, Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, Limbs,
Ac, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of EtH, ami Great Depression of
Spirits, can be effectually cored sy
Dr. Borland's Celebrated German Bitten,
Prepared hy Dr. C. SL JACKSON, So. 120 Arch street,
Their power oTer the above diseases Is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other prepition in the United
States, as the cures attest, in ma cases after skillful
physicians had failed. These alters are worthy the
attention of inralids. Possess ii great rirtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Lit er and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching posrersin weakness and
affections of the digestire organs, they are, withal
certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO. .
Johx Horraai., Jeromesrille, Ohio, May S5th, 1853,
said : "I write to state for your satisfaction, and also
for that of others, that your German Bitters is what you
recommend it to he. a highly raiuabie medicine,whiC8.
1 know from haring used it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. Ail who haTe tued.it girt -he same
Stkphk! A. Mealy, Canton, Ohio, 3Tay 11, 185
says: " naying heard your German Bitters highly
recommended from sources in which I placed much
confidence, I ordered four bottles from Clereland. One
of them I gare to my daughter, who has derired great
benefit from it; two of the others I sold Immediately,
and I would like yoo to send me a supply of it to sell."
Jon Claxk, Brunswick, Ohio, Jday i6, 1KH, says:
-our German Bitters hare pro red successful in erery
case that has come to my knowledge, and has opened
for itself a great demand."
Tiioxa LrTCHFORD, Covington, Ohio, Dec. 27th,
Hi3, sars : "My wife has been aiTccted with the Lirer
Complaint and Dyspepsia for a number of years, during
which time I hare spent a great deal fordoctoring,bot
she received Tery little benefit therefrom, and finally
the doctors said she could not be cured. Last spring
she concluded to try your Bitters; she tooh two bottles
and ever since taking them she has been sAie to attend
to her business, until very lately she had a new attack
hut has airain commenced the Bitters, I hare sold
quite a number of bottles through her recommendation,
and as far as J can learn, it has giTcn satisfaction to
D- Absott, Anstinbnrh, AshtaVula county, Ohio,
December 5th, 1j3, says: Per 31 it me to bear testi
mony to the reumricvMa efficacy of your medicine in
th cure of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
taking your Bitters, I was severely afiicted with Liver
Comj.liiint ; so atuch so that I d ;J not expect to live;
I at by a free use of your mediciise, thanks to a kind
Providence, I find myself entirely restored to health,
and able to resume my employment."
These Bitters are entirely vntmble and free from
Alcoholic stimulant and all injurious ingredient, miid
inth-?ir operation, they strengthen the system, never
For sale by E- A. Smith dc Coini Porter Jt Co.,
Vt arren ; G. Uaxlett. Cust-nns; JL. S. M-ars. Bioom
fieid ; J. Caa:pel.. Newton ai!s, and by Dealers in
Medicines evtry where. nor J, 1-54-y
NOTICE The cop:irtnerchip of John
L. Weeks dc Co., Is this dty hy niatul eonsent
lt-.soiv.l. All oitrsou ii:de' t- t :o the s:iii:e firm arc
ret:iested lo c:ill imm-di.ttely and settle. Those ly
liouk account, p;iy to John L. We. fcs. and Li:o-r t note
pay to A. Weuu. JOHN L. U ELKS.
Feb. Hth 55. . A. Vt.T2.
Xotire. Tle subicriber will continue the l-nslnes
as heretofore vX the oid stand. A i:oo-l jtock of ch-Uis
wv nra.y mode clothing, and nlsoaocd aisortmenf
uf h:.i.s. aLd caps, constantly on han-f.
r-.-t. Ci,J55- UIi!LWEEK3
T) Oi; TER k C o N E D R U (i
1 STORE. T.ie proprIrtor thU esf u!Ihmeut
tnke pleasure in anncuncmf to the public, th.u nf:qri!h
tan.iir.c the la firs which ite.rtiyi: ire itt.rvun
onr tw.ls. we are i-jain ojen a-id iu fail n.;it
". 3. Mirk-j-t St., Witrren, O.. nhre ae are dtly re
ceiving Fresh Drucs direct from New Vorkaud I'hila
dciphia. which we are offi ring for Casii at prices that
cannot f.iil jeiving satisfaction.
rPHE AMERICAN HOUSE! NEW
1 ARRANGEMENTS AT THE OLD Si'AND ! ! The
puldic are hereny notified thsi tnis wiV!cnowu tew t
bring fitteil nn y the proprietor, 11 EN BY 1.011, in
style which will insure to all who may i re him a call.
ample aecomm'riiuous ano mi iitrx ine luruiture
and fittincs uj" generally v. it! 1-enev. and of the be-d
descripticn. No iaius will be spared in making
pleasant and comfortable. Thesiiuution of the l-uiWint
being fine, and convenient for ierjoiia who come tc
town, Sir. L. feels that, with a d-;termiii Jtum not to be
outdone in his efforts to please, ho deserve a libera!
share of that patronage h-rt(ftre vouchsiifetl him
the pui'Iic. Give the AMERICAN a call and yoo wilt
come gin. h
"riELP CASH-US IS"
atoney past due, are resreeifully informed tiiat Jiey
am I pay us. We sell our goods at cash prices, and
exiie.-tch fr rtem a4met:me.
A wor.l to t':e wise
PACKARD BARN CM.
BP. JAVESON tt CO., tontinuu tt
msnnfscturt. Chee-e Val of a liewand improTCtl
partem, with heavy eopper heaters.
Kave-trou-'hs put op on slmr. not es, and warrantrl
of good material; a!s-, all kinds of job work done in
warren, starea th.
NEW AND VALUABLE.
Thv a't (...rrful Kinc aa Um hm ot th. clob a
s.kiis f.prtriD. In th. Auwrk.. kepabUe. Th
of Ike cruwnr.l lur.vlor tar.. p. sins int railsnlflnsTrfW
tVi roBiKrv lo our Auvrirja ktoc
r:or..ji klnc'tif:")- it, po.nr vrtt 1st tbsm wi
kiri-rv u.v rk l. i f ir rth awl tordiVt aad to ndacw
to r;rlw oi.fr i.1 .hr.UtiuB. ta. ptwr and dVv.mi.
tml. iu:r AfcWtran kh. forth withsqwat wLUlnf
a t tkr kr !ly mi.. aa. Ux baiabls aabin, nmAT
a.i.t u. ji.ttuir.Kir rii.f. nuii to olfr hit aod aappi.
I. ihr .. ttv aiHl W.l. th vies aa4 to. pocw
UK. JtllN UUI.IS
CfUSA? AMERICAIT KEWO-
IA tL. li.t-TU tr.lTC... VKB W.L.. A. 1 tO. TTXk
thsn; ?-T oRrvi to sflikt! aomAQltf : so Lb. nut-a-ria
aiiiivtta lb IK.- ain my, fviirf Ss at rotxr eoia
SS.D4. Y.tt hav. .( v u. u- tlti auwiokl rsumlj. Ail
lhjm who still sutlv-r. m4 witl u. .-pt Ute proforrwd
M.lu. d..r. m( IW- w-.v uf tt.sir hmilxtai
Tlits wuaJtrrrul imUtntuH nurma taw unn psnoa nam
I iotrodivti.a. hm orrWl happi
to um boarts or
tkoiuawla. nO czutm lite a rbarnt t aaaav whu brsto
k rruarml it olj as a wsinfus ana miasm. axkt
to Ik. wtn-ls wKh alt IJr.lmraU. Embsostktaa, Para
KUlws. aud I'ai. Kltr-t.'ra. ao kt mill tons slad
toatrars pfrrb. tb. sewtts uf lb. (Teat "Asuneaa
Kia r4 ina' iri-prttin csnposnl soMj of'aw
talarsaad r-is yroilurvl by Aataricas wwa ricaaa
U. woubi ask tb Lmhcs. ab. ars alwars craactsot
iiklgrsuf wbti. ac4.bat isnMt a valuable family mx4
ru.., tv iu os a jotral btvnt bf irtvios tb. Kla( of Pain.
t ial trutl. at.a if twtiKUTy. sxert tbeir inllueaw
la its hrtolf. iwvtniKriut h, w.U aad aftea of It,
and m. tbat it is um.1 ly U.-tr aSltrted DebrhbDrs. Tb.
l.diru.al.a.srbarrtjil 1., andwbea tbey indocatholr
raileriuf frim'.f to oa. titis really valoaM. aWkane.
(bay will b. d-.iog aa a. t of bsnevoWac tbat they eaa
weU bs vroad of. 1 bis ie a powerful aad troly-mairkal
rsBMdy fi r all vsterml dimea am, eweUiaffs, barns,
Ikv aad fnr many internal alllirUons. it is a eertaa eara,
Sit is sxrfectly atrtiilra, and laieapabl. of aroduetag
kat injurk.u in in. sacwl dalicaU assa or
tha weaken roustltutlon.
It ia eotirrlT tolr. to fcliow tha old aad wora-ont
ayateai of paUisbiae to tb public thousands eartta.
auas of wonoers performed by this medkina. it. casta
but twenty-lit. rents l try tt. and Dr. Ball stakes his
aH-earnrd rcputat.n n tbe ain. of fala doing all
and more than be eUims for it.
We wttoid ak hare oa tb. Rbsomatlsni or Goat;
Lava, are cot sW.nt enwipanioDa, and aa know teas
yoa would li:. to driso tl.tmi away as sooa as poartbla,
-tLLS KINO OF PAIS."
Would yoa 1. rureJ altnort hnnediaaery of Bowal
Coaaplaint, lrenterr. uiamt Com pialat. Cholera MoT
aoa. Cramp CbolK. head A.-b. Tooth or any otbar aeaa
ar pain, to. reuKdy at stmpl. asd In. eara amaiR,
USE THS OKKAT KINO 0 PAT.
Woold yoa hava voar Sores, Swellnis, Cava, Baraa,
aValda, Bruisrs, or any oilier woaada aoaled, w nsaal
MAGICAL KING OP PAIS.
Would yoa be eared of Foai l Head. Stiff Joints. Sora
Tsroat, Nearalia. core Breart. Lamhao. Tetter or Rin
Worm, Salt Kbeua. nitis of IViTOiioas lnna, Chapped
HAjitiA. and all other S rt- eiibrr Ury or Uunnluj, wa
say agaia aad ngrtin. Toi a srvrar b itr. J..ha Bull s
KIM OF TAIN."
Wcnld too ba cared of X'.nj. F.tU. Caaoer, Taaaora.
KrnptioRa, or anv dtifart. of tlis r t 'a caused by impure
blood, then It. J -t.m Boll s .Sarsaparilla Internally,
aad tbe King of Fain estrrnaliy. Bothing oan ba sasa
sertain taaa a speedy and sdeetual eura.
DS. JQdZ LUIi'S
Tuts medicine. witnaMid according to direcUowa,!
will enra, without tail ;
or Kinc'. tvj1.
of the sfklifc. LryBlpelxs
Tttmors, Or.n.ie aor. Kyes.
Fing Worm or Tetwrs. eai Usad,
Kneunatim. Tains lo th. Bones or
Joints, Old rorea and tkers. Swelling of
tha Q lands, Svphiiia. LivtrTia. rait Kaeaaa,
Sistartesof th. Xidneva Leasc. ari.dDg froa tha
aaaof Mercary.Loas of AppeJ. Pain in theffldeand
ahooiders. ueoerai beUlitv.Lumbaco, Coa.-hs. Colds,
Dropsy, Jaandica. Coslirenem, rourbitls, Waakness otl
Oiest, PomThmnt rul'iininrr -tntirTi-'irs, nl'Anh
ptamaua tending to prod utvXtuunptk.n, Liver Coas
alalnta. Female lieputaritiesaBd Cocnptalnta Low
Bptrits, 8irk aad nervous liMdarbe, iiiht Swaata,
Exposures, or Imprudence ia Ut. ChronleCoa
. stitutkon.il Mvases. and as a Spring and
aummar Drink, aa J General Tonic for tha
System, and a Uontl. and .Pleasant
Parcattva, It is superior to alaa
lack and Congress Watur,
B Is a remarkable feet, tbat-among ths handreds of
amlnemt pbysl'-ians who bars eranitoed th. red ps by
which Bull's iiarsspariUa is prepared, aot one has eoa
deaned It, bat all approra it. and commend it ia tha
aigbeat terms. Manv pbrsicians express tbemselvea
strongly In the belief that I t is dedJedly th. best prepa.
ration of garaaparilla that has over been placed befcra
tha aablk. Aithoanh there Are mauy physicians who
met a reluctance to having their names appended to tha
Iwaammandatkoa of any particular remedy, notwith
standing tboy may approve of It In tb. highest degree;
thenar, others who frankly rUIJ their support in lavor
of a remedy which they know is paLe of doing aa
aaca good In aa aflh-ted eomntanlty. As an evtaenca,
read th. fcllowlng from old and rwptietahl. physsriana.
af high standing la ths co mm unity la whi-h they Uva
ar-Testlmony Ilk tb. S'llowlns renders snpcrflnoua
IU comments on ths sfflcaryof Kull iarsaparilla. From
Dr LP. YandelL Professor of Chemistry in tho Lonis
TlUa Medical CoUeca : 1 base looked over t Je Uat of in
greaieate composing John Ball s Compound Extract of
Stf-r-riiu w4 hav. ao hwutkin in saying that they
ton a sail com pound, and one tbat promises wail la
shnnis ililinisi. to which It is applicaMe.
Loogtrajut, Jan. s, l&t.
What Dr. Pylea, phvSclan by appointment to tha
bsalsvOla Maria. Hospital, says at lluli s sarsaparHia
Loosviixr, Vtrch , 1S4. '
I hava examined the pmecrlptloo fr r tha pTeparaOoaj
af John Bull's Snrsawvrilla. and I believ. th. combina
Hoa to bs an excellent o. and well calculated to r
daos an alterativ. Impression on tha systaia. I hava
ansa it btth ia public and pnete practioa, aad think
at tba bast articla of sarsapariUa bow In u.
Basident lay Jaa LooliTille Marin. Hospital.
Bwttar testimony than waa ever offered ia mvor of any
k.v. . n - non . -
ITjrniS. Ma. attb. 1MB.
Wa hava nsad Joha Bull's Swwtparilia. and hava
kaowa it to be ased. with entire mtutttlion ; aad wa
B-dUtlon la atto-- ou, brtk-f. that it i. a mm
aad valuable Baikal c.nipouDd. and calcolated to pro
daesmare rood and reii-e mttch su.'ionag; and thers
mr would cheerfully and most anwsily recommend la
(SigucU) K S'rEVtNSON.
Wa wcnld aarnestlr rnvlt all yers-os who a" snlTer
tag with anv of the ills tbat lledi heir to. to call on,
Jr! John BuR's atent. ar.d fxl 'ooy uf Loll s Family
Journal gratis: and fcr lo- as-e of humanity wa top.
that a sln;le individual wHl nst l t.nnd aawihlngta
Civs Bull's rarsaparLlla a trtl an-rr.Unr and recok
UrtUz. at tb, saute tlaie. th.it it is topoa.il.jefor tha
lS7 to puhlLsh tha t.th part of th- 'L
tiEoatasof astoundir.rrt.rrt p-rf rm-d bv his wrsapa.
ruiTrh. amount of tesMmony ?J'7
aar. BuU t MrKparir.n. from e!l knovm an d
IJlihid individual lth in puii: and pn.aw Uts,h-
HZKffilZp c,f., W, Sid. Flftl,
ttntX, tnt door below Main, Louisru-t, Ky.
BR. JOHir SULL'S
B BARCLAY t7!KFT. ' 1 FIFTH iTHEST.
M.W " OI'.a. j LUi'.'iVILrJS
BBCOaiSTS AND HEI'i'l'.ANW TUUOCCHOlfl THJ
U!fITSI STATE?. CAA?A. MS.V.Ca AND
TUB WiJl INS liS
The above valnaMa mctilcine, frsh and pure. Just,
received and for sale by t. A. SMITH 6t CO., Dni;
gists, Warren; 11 11 Mason, Mies: Wm. Schjnick, Can
LUMBERMEN AND SHIP
BCILDKES. The su: ft'ers are bow prepared;
to Eianaf.wUiro K.vistts xoruiMe Wonaontal saw
Mill, with engine and K..!-r. aH r-ady to run. and ta
dispose of t rritorial and v-- i vM.'r.i rrtrht. This vaK
nai-le inveution eiTr? r ' rtu.-hi t a hiU state oS
perfect on. oC its to pua-cla il f!!tiwii.i unportanfc
a)vaaUti;' s over ali u-Jirr 5 .v .'t'3 :
It mi mere luiu'-vr. it u..'vt smoother lumber
It saw. each Hoard ept.r- 'y ;i ait ! U-ares sio stuh-ahot-thus
i' in it ere-.iir in ooji-t.?;-, "i.d improves the tiual
Hr. It possi-esthe - .i.ie a .viiUr;es Lor sawing Ions;
tiniher and ship plarsk r.s -rar-.-.-aw, the saw running
horizontal y, ruts i-lanV; ryrn ':;e top of the h'K, th
ai'i'Tht ot i!e lo r. :.'t!-cr . .1.!: tlie fub.en.r;-, prevent
all i-r.nsir2. 'lheVnr!.;ntry, and carriage heinia
raised only a few iatbf i.! eve te sarfatce. saves all,
esperse of uri.'a irr op tim-rr, nri adds greatly to ths
ef!.vei.:enei aud s..fc.y of h.iut:i:nf; lumher.
It riuires fewer hnU to work U.
It is prt,ii;le. a.d c:n e niovt-d hree miles at as,
ezpene of f-rty dniinr; U-i-.s the e ill e-.in be moved fa.
timber. It is e'nn!iy ai.ji'.'caMe to lare aud smalV
ma.chirery. The saw rui s horizontally, and in a sash,
thus civin the Uou'.Itj aiivan;.-e cf ti;e quick stroke ol
Uie muley s:i-r, and the tri.-nih i thr s.ish a.
Taese niiUs are row in opcr-iiio: la Wam-n, Tmm
ball Co., O., Canons, v.ur if. 1'.-- Ot.-Vrr.hu, Ohio, Wash
iinrton ''-.ar.tv, Iowa. - -. -w n.s.idn m Towa,
two in Wheeitcv:. Va. i. n.r.i V. ..-.i will be re-,
moved in a few e?k3.
Auv eocnutin:e:Cion fidiirpsse-: 10 uir saoscri-rr -
t5 O.'.io, :U meet vita
1- ft U'...Af
r it M'nixit.
1VHITE A UAIGHT
Wat. 11. H-ut :i"e 6 ' T
I) ARXUM'S LIST oi
X II tyin and llarve-.; Tools f i .-r lf
IPO dos Millard's C"-st tee( Warrai.ted Scythes i
r Silver ' '
30 ILvris' "
3 44 - Grt:a
t 2 aod 3 lined ly and ?tra v Vorts,
3 irr. IJenoiae 4"innet au Scythe Stunts,
1 " Indian Piid Cummiuston Scythe Storey
5 Cora. Scythe Ki'lea. euau.
J poo'Ie di treHle coat vininfte sharpnrs,
3 "Xirkirrs,' a new article. Vat in market,
a. II md Hay Hakes, tlow poller's prices,
dri Lamson's pat. i-cytl e !?neath.,
10 jat. Iron ?ntrh t;ie)eare no heavier than,
the wudn sneaths, aivd wiU not iremtU
in Ihe hvavieit z.
50 flr iin Cradles, assorted patterns.
1 Gut lc.le.
5 tons Berea tjrind t.ones. assorted sizes.
The at ove for sale lo the trad at eastern prices, and
at reL-.il it a ? m:ll advance.
June I'ACKAR1 4 BAKVTM.
SCRAP IRON WANTED. -Cash paiti
for any quantity of Scrap Iron, at the Store aa
Tin arericnse of
A -ril 19. "M
P. JAUKsOM It Co d