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- - VI HATE -fflXFST
RETAIL. H aMTTKE -at
LOW EE mmi . -THAN
ANY OTHERIIOC8E In the WEST.
A. S. HEREXDF.X CO.
114 Bant! St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Feb. SR. lS73.-,mo
KING OF THE BLOOD.
IL0O9 TXT VnCOTXKSS.
CTKES ALL HOtORS, FROM A COmfOJT
ERUPTION TO TUB WORST SCROFULA.
ttj tea ) Caateerk ar ewred, suA
Ctaemmt tanas u aisBwsii without th. sur
proa's knife Scrofula cox tiered, and Ooasirnp
tion prevented and cored, r
Vewereal IMseases, aTercnrisl aa1ftner
tl INsoa,Rdu u-e eradicated; axidvigo.
aci health and a sound con. utuuoa estabiiahed.
Feaaale Wtakww aad llwu,
Sroorv. genera) or pamal; Swelling, external or
laternal; and Tumor an red area and dispersed
is a Terr abort ane. - r
Eryaipelaa, Bait Bheoin, Scald Head, and
Fever Sore are noa removed by this powerful
- kcorkatle EMseasea, BaaJrwfl, Scary
Mr fcoogh Sslis, and Pinn.,s eacfcii gtvs. war,
rsavuir tlrf akin smooth and fair.
Cbroatta Itaaaea, Fever and An. T)U
ordered Liver. Drspepsia, Rheumatism, Nervoos
ASeoOos. General Debility, in abort, all the
aonssroes diaeaeea caoaed by bad blood arc coo.
auered, and give way before this moat powerful
corrector tea Eieg of the Blood.
Ear a. kottls coataina aerwan fort; and
lfrv ordinary soeea. cosnng ot:t one do'lar.
fnaoMUftirarin bottles will
care Salt Hbeaia. cld Bead, Ring Worm. Pim
pfesoa In Paca, Biles, ordina RraptioM, etc
Fraaa tar to e'ght kottlea will care
ScalT Eraptkma of the Skin. Uice , Sores, and
Caniter mthe Mao lit and sunruBrysipeia,etc.
Froaa IW tew bottles will reaiore
healthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will reg
alate tae BoweAa and Ejdnera.
Krosa two alx katlleawin b. found
effectual as curing Nesrslgis, Sick-Headache. 1st.
Vital' Danes, and Bpttewr.
Fraa Rto to twelve fcott lea will enrv
tlie worst case of Scrofula.
Froaa three to tweJva Wttlea win
core eevere and obstinate esse of Catarrh.
Pnw two C f.ar s-U. will cur the
worst case of Pilee, and regulate t'ostire Bowels.
Fraaa two tea botUee will cure
bad caaaaof Dropay.
Price tl ar wattle, or bottles forts.
Sotd by all Drugjoata
B. 15S0S, SOS . Ok, Frar
,e tesritootLialB !n local colatrm. tlflWa.,l.
Ayeis Qathartic Pills,
For the relief
and core of all
the atomacb, liv
er, and bowels.
Tber are a mild
aperient, and an
tive. Being pare
ly vegetable, thy
conuun no int-r-"
cury or mineral
w hater er. Muck
aarkBJ sickness aad tnffrTMijr is prevented by
aneir tuneiy aae; ami every uuuuy aoouta
nave tbem oa hand for tbeir protection and
diet; wnea required. Long experience haa
arc red tbem to be the safest, attrest, and
beat of all tbe Pill with which tbe market
abonnda. By thoir accasKmal ase, the blood
a puribed, tlie eorraptioaa of tbe system ex
elled, obstmctiona removed, and "tbe whole
machinery of ut'a reatortd ta ita healthy activ
ity. Internal organa which become clopred
and ahiftxish are cleansed by Averm I'm,
and stimulated inte action. Thus incipient
-liaeaae is cnanred bato health, tbe value af '
which chaajre, arhea reckoned on the. vast
multitudes who aoy it, can hardlv be com
putrd- Their saaar-ooatinjr makea them
pleaaant t taha. and prer-srvaa tbeur Timvea
unimpaired for any aBrur-h of tioie. ao that
toev are ever fresh, and aerfeetly 'reliable.
Alihowrh aeaachine'. they are mild, and oper-
ja without aisiaraaaca to the coastuutioa or
jet or occapatioa.
Kult directions are cfreD oa the wianywi to
each bex.aewtt ase them a a Family l-hvaic,
and far the following complaints, which these
fUU ranidlv rare :
or ByiaisasH or Iaaln sriia, Ua
laaaaeis, Ajlfaor.and fcaaa af A ape.
asao, they aaoaid be taken snouerateiv to
Umalate to atom acta, aad restore its healthy
tone and actios. -
t or RArar Coaaailatia-t and ita Tariorv
- symptoms, HUUoau Uraulacava, Kick
- Maaslwratew Jaaaaic or aVreaai aWck.
eaa, Ittltosu Cottc aad Hi llama Ir.
vara, they abonld be JiHtrK'i'(v taaea for
each case, to correct the diseased achoa. or
imove the abstractions which eanse it.
for lay 1 ry er Piatrrkaia, but on
mild dose is generaHv required. -
For BT.awariaaB, Cantt, 9rar,
F-adprtta slaw, wf she Hcatra, F-aia ta
k avta, Maack, aad Lata, they would
We oooBnaonsly taken, as required, to change
rhe diseased aotioa of the srstem. With such
rhanre those eompiaints disappear.
For Draaay and rtetcal Swall.
rmara. they saoald be taken in large and fre
toent doses to produce the effect of a drastic
For wafiptsaalaa, a larre dose should be
ankea, aa It produces the atjaired effect by
As a JJInaisr FsB. take one or two PiVt to '
nremote digestioa, and relieve the stomach.
Aa a-csioBal dose atimalatea the stomach
' and bowels, restores the appetite, and mviror
atea the srstem. Hence H ia often advanta
araoas where no aenons derangement exista.
Jne who feela tolerably well, often finds that
a dose of these IHIls makes him feel decid
edly better, from their deanainfr and reno
vaung effect oa the digestive apparatus.
PK STAKED BT
kr. J. C 1TXX at CO, PTaetietl Clamista.
OB aALS BT ALL DKVGQtm ktlkVWaxAa
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Perer and Axnie, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Ferar, Bominent Fever.
Dumb Atrua, Fenodiaal or Bilious Farm-,
dux, and indeed all tlta afreotiona
- arhich arise from inalarioua, xaarah. or
So one remedy ia louder
called for by the necessities
of the American people than
a aure and safe care for
Perer awal Arae. Such
we ar sow eaabted to ofar,
with a perfect eertaintT mat
it wiH eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded oa proof, that ao barm can
arise from ita ase m any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of immense service ia the
communities where it prevails. Prmmtiou
ia better than care; for the patient escapes the
risk which he mast raa ia violent attacks of
thia baleful distemper. This " CcttE " expels
the miasmatic poison of Fever aues1 Arae
from the system, and prerenta tbe develop
meat of tbe disease, if taken on the ttrst
approach of ka premonitory symptoms. A
real superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain care of Intermitterjts la, that it contains
ue Quinine or miztajral; consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the crast-tatjoa. Those cored
ty it ar left a healthy as if they had never
hsd the disease.
-Fever a asl Ara is not alone tbe con
ceqncnee of the miasmatic poison. A great
f ariety of disorder aria from its irritation,
among which are Wearala-ta, Rkeasaat.
-"a. -"w- HvaSarkr, Bllstdaw,
rsankscks, ataurasckm, aaaarrk. Aaskv
aaav. Falatntsiess, Pataaiwl Ames-Uaa
rske kaleem, Hyan lis, Fiw tat tare
' atewela. Celsc, Iaravlrala, and derail j-c-inent
of the Stomach, ail of which, when
originating ia this cause, put on tbe inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"Crax" expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently enrea them all alike. It is
aa Invaluable urotecnoa to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing ia
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally nr daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and
cannot accamnul la aniBcient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it is erea more
valuable for protection taaa core; aad few
will ever suffer from Intermittent if they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it is aa excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cores,
where other Btecuctaej fatL
V raErEED BT
Ir. J. C ATEB at CO- sVnrelL
rrmetical ansa! Mfarrirsal ChewKtr,
ASD BOLD ALL ROUSD THE WORLD
f V - s
I 5 H : .i
A : - L -
The coming man A waiter.
-. A miD Daiougiit lo be rememliemi
It ia reported of a joker that he has
worn out oue of his nleeve laughing
in it so often.
Defrauding revenue collectors are
; impaled on stakes in Tunis. Here
they usually walk on with tbe stakes.
'Is dem bells riogin' for fire.Tiberi
us?" "Ho, sir! Iey got pluty o'
nre: dem oeiiis nngin' for water."
Bulwer Lyltou is credited with the
remark that "there i- sotaeUiing in
Hpi ritualism, but nothing to beucfit
"Well, but you're not the b.iy I left
my horse with." "Sa, sir; I just
speckilated sod bought 'ini offt'other
boy for six ceuts."
A seaport paper tells of a skipper
who thinks it curio-is that such lit
tle thing as his barometer "ehould in
fluence the weather."
A lady, who was not a Shakspeari-
an scholar, hearing tbe "Merry Wives
of Windsor" highly praioed, inquired
now ruany wives Mr. Windsor had,
"Happy is the country that has no
history,' as the schoolboy said on be
ing flogged the third time for not
knowing who was Henry VI's. wife.
' You ought to by up something for
a rainy day, raid an anxioux rather Ui
bis profligate son. And no I have, re
plied (he youth. What? An um
An innocent female justice in
yonung anxiously inquired r a
lawyer the other day : "Who is this
fllghlow Jack that I hear so much
bout?" ' ... .
.' A m'lliner at Defiance. O., walked
into church one Sunday recently ,and
rawbided a business man who bad
slandered her. Tbe minister halted
until the aflair was over.
r '."(( , l r - s . " r . - -
: Tbe Ohio Legislature' has adopted
a resolution condemnatory of the act
of Congress voting back pay and futur
addilonal compensation intothe pock
ets of Congressmen.
A German in B uSalo fell into a beer
vat the other day, and was drowned.
He drank as hard as he could to save
himself, and would have -ucceedad,.
bad not a floating cork choked him.
The Pottsville iliner'it Journal
states that 70 miners, have ben killed
and 1,6'J2 maimed in the anthracite
coal region, sinoe the inspection laws
were in force, a period extending from
I860 U) 1572.
Mark Twain, iu speaking of canni
balism, grows serious for once, and
solemnly declares that, for bis own
Dart, be "would rather go nungry im
two days than eat an old personal
On last Saturday niitbt the town of
Elvria, Ohio, bad its principal busi
ness district burned. A block or ten
stores was destroyed, involviug a loss
of about $200,000, on which there is
an insurance or 1Q0,00U.
Holy war is better than unholy
peace; but in order to It, there most
be a holy object, holy motive, ho
ly rule, bolt actions, and a noiy ena
alas ! bow seldom are these found to
The CAttrcAfnan sympathizes some
what with the exclamation of tbe man
who, reading the large heading of a
newspaper column, "Wire Killed by
ber Lustiand," exclaimed, " I'm so
glad; I've been tired to death with
these eternal hksband poisonings."
The sreat high-road of human wel
fare lies along tbe old high-road of
steadfast well-doing; and tbey who
are tbe most persistent, and work in
the truest spirit, will invariably be
tbe most successful; success treads on
the heels of every rig'iteffort. Smile
A sewing-circle was quickly broken
up at Gar diner, Me., the other day by
tbe innocent remark of a lady present
" I always had a great desire to
kuow bow a case of small-pox looked,
I called on a sick lady this after
noon just before coming tu the circle."
Bishop Charles P. Mcllvaine of the
Episcopal church, uied quite recently
Florence, Italy, in the seventy
sixth year of his age. He was highly
everenced as a man of learning and
piety, and.bis death is sincerel la
mented by thousands.
At -Wanderbos, in Norway, tbe-
days last from the Slst of May to tbe
2nd of July the sun mt getting be
low tbe horizon for the whole of tbe
time, but skirmishing along veiy
close to it in tbe north. At Spilzbur
gen tbe longest day lasts three months
and a half.
Tbe mariner's compass was invent
by a Chinaman, four thousand
years ago. The Chinese called it a
needle pointing to the south, because
was the height of disloyalty to say
pointing to tbe north, which place
was worshipped by the Chinese as tbe
dwelling place of tbeir ruler.
The faithful service of conductors
on tbe Boston and Providence fUi
road is rewarded with stripes. For
the first five years a conductor gets
$1,000 a year and one stripe on his
sleeve. For every additional five
years $100 is added to tbe salary and
another stripe to the sleeve.
In one of the suburban schools a
school inspector gave out tha word
"psalter" to a class for spelling. It
was a pMer toall till it reached the
foot of the class, when a curly-headed
little fellow spel'ed it correctly, but.
being asked to tienne it, he shouted
out, More sail."
A gentleman whose bouse was un
der repair, wei t one day to see bow
the job was getting on, aud observing
quautity of nails lying about, said
a carpenter. "Why don't you take
care or those nails?- they'll certainly
be lost." "No," replied tbe carpen
ter, "you'll end them all In tbe bill."
A Maine man has suoeeeded in mak
ing a very fair artificial oyster out of
flour paste, tapioca, salt and water.
Tbe inventor places these in second
hand oyster shells, which are careful
glued around tbe edges, and when
half-intoxicated customer calls for
"a dozen raw on the half-shell," he
geu mem iresn irom tne shop.
A San Francisco paper tells of a een
lleman who gave his Chinese servant
five hours' leave of absence tbe other
day, and was somewhat amused by
seeing him walk out of the gate with
twelve-pound clock under his arm.
which he took with him to keep tbe
run oi tne time, and be back In sea
Mamma," said a wee net. " tbev
sang ' I want to be an angel,' in Sun-
uav scnooi, mis morning, and I sung
with there." " Why. Nellv!" ex.
claimed mamma, "could vou keen
lime witn the rest?" " 1 euess
could," proudly answered little Js'el
: "I kept ahead of them most ail
Conversation between an inquiring
ranger and a steam post pilot. "That
Black Mountain?" "Yes. sin hitrh
mountain above Lake George."
"Any story or legend connected with
that mountain?' "Lota of 'em. Two
lovers went op that mountain once
never came back again." "In
deed why; what became of them?"
"Went down on tbe ether side." -
Tbe Mayor of Schenectady, New
York, recently disguised as a "rough',
atangered through tbe street to
tbe vigilance of his police. He
arrested, and examination
showed burglar's tools, a policeman's
whistle, and other nncannv thine-
concealed oa his person. - He was
about to be locked up to await Ural,
when bis disguise was 'diaarransed
he was recognized and set- free
his thundeistruck subordinate. I
of manufacturer who hare become disgust
ed with th odor of Parafflno ull and their
111 effects upoo machinery, ia invited to
R.H.Kellogg'attPEia Engine Oil f lrrnnl
E.H.Xel:u'sl.r'l.M HpiniileOH.n tl,l6J
HH Kellong rTILLosj knglneOlM ll,llval
E.H Jkellotu'sTlLLOtT plndeollJl,u6raal
Manufactured only by
E. H. Ki:t.LoQU,Xo. 17 Cedar-at-N. V.
A. I. FRANK
(Successor to & Hlrahflulil,)
Buffalo Clothing Hosse, Se. S
Street, Warren, Oh ia,
Haa a large and varied stock which be is
determined to sell
in order to prepare for a full
. r - A. t FRANK. Proprietor.
W. H. BsMioiuSalessnan. ':
Deo.li.lSTi.ij : : '
J. a. WOBSWICK.
U lk FRiCI LfST.'
i'. WORSWIOK ft LEWIS,
CttlEUHQ ER1SS4! PIPJE tYORXS.
Cr sWwtaeww Oaferr'leveUa4. O..
Manafactare'mof and Paalers la krosuraf
Jrom hw, Ir fUlinet and avraas Handm far
Hteam. W'ah-rlGasaDd Oil. Cameron Hteaia
and Foreka Bud Pumps, All kinds of
Sleaaa aoalsisHttt "touie constantly on
umuu .t '. . wuiy jo7a i rr.
afanaraetarer of Italia
and Aaaerloao Marble
Fo -Til tore glab. tc, Ac.
can alwf furnish Scotch and
on short notice. Design
kept on hand er nv.d to or-
der.for tbe beneat of castom-
Hoop oa Liberty Street.one
deor south- olFlrat National
! DDI A GS & HIORGAA
Ar bow receiving their stock of
FALL AiD WIATER
Comprising, an extensive aaaortmtmt of
Staple and Fancy Dry Soods
Including many novelties of the aeaaon In
LADIES DRESS GOODS SUITING S
LA CS. EMBROIDERIES Aa.
. And a fttll Una of
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, &c
all of which bave bees aorehased at
EXTREMELY LOW RATES
and will he sold on aa favorable terms, ana
LOW or LOWER
than can be found at any hosue In this city.
A careful examination of tha
THEIR GOODS IS SOLICITED
- - )DDUGS)A MORGAN
gouenvks A5D attobsets
- ' for V" ' y
U. S. 1X3 ; FCR E1GS i PmHTS
aVHD iA,CJIITIsAW CASES.
, BUB ELIDQE & COe,
S asaerier St. aapmlt Amariraa Hss,C1t.
With Assoclsted Offices la Waahlnrton and
fckreiga eoaattiea. Rafar to Hon Wm. Klte-
sai CbxosicuOHm, Warren, Ohio.
fE NEW 5 HORSE P OW B
J knglne; a ana aasortmant of
A Fine Assortment of
Our assortment of STOVES can not be
beau Oar Ranges ara th be t in tha
market, W raak a specialty of
Sheet Iron and Tin Worlr,
TIX V IROS S00FT5G,
all of which wa warrant to give, satisfac
tion. We are also prepared to bid on
AS WELL AS
Public & Private Buildings.
(.. L. A A. L. JAXES05,
East Si rXala8tn
March U. UTS-tf.
Douglass. Freeman & Co.,
Mannfaclnrers ol all aires of
Stationary Steam Engines
Geared and dhect attachment Circular
FLAX BRAKES, OIL PRESSES
of all descriptions. Sole manufacturers ol
DOUGLASS PATEST SET WORKS
ASD D0G6I5G XACHISE FOB
Iron & Brass Castings
of all kinds made lo order. Partlmlar at
tention paid lo
BLAST FCR5ACE W0KK,
CASTISKS. Ae., e.
Also, Agents lor Jndson a celebrated
CORNER MAIN ft CANAL BTREETS.
-Send for illnntra'd CUloiie.-H
Auxust 28, 1872.
Grocery & Provision Store
Feot f Xala St., Warren, Ohio.
Maltbs's a & M.. and H. A M. Ovatera
Marvin's Bo prior Crack era and takea: beat
quality Water Crackers. Cross A Black well'a
Kngllah Pickle. Ha mines, etc. Oysteta by
ess, oiii an, or rrvru in rne Deal style
Raw. Stewed or Fried. A rood stork of
Thankful for past faors, I will do my be
o please all who may give me a call.
The most t SBarrfsl DiscoTerj of tbe
Dr. S. T). Howe's
For Consumption and all diseases of tha
THROAT, CHEST, A5D LC5GS.
(The only Medicine of the kind in tha world
A aobatitute lor Cod Liver Oil. Permanent
ly cures Asthma, bronchitis. Incipient Con
sum pi Ion. Loss of Volce.Shortoeaa of Breath.
Catarrh, Cronp. Conicba, Colds, c. In a few
ilajs, like uiagtc- Price $1 per buttle; six
or ia. Also;
Arabian Tonic Blood-Purifier.
Which diners from all other preparations in
lis lm -ned late action upon the
LITEM, KIDNEYS ASD BLOOD-
It is purely vegetable and cleanses the sys
tem of sll Impurities, builds It right up. and
makea Pnre, Rich Blood. It cures ecrofu
loua Disease of all kinds, removes Consti
pation, and regulates the Bowels.
For "UaneraJ Debility " -Lost Vitality."
and Broken-down Constltrtlons, I "chal
lenge the UKh Century'' lo find It equal.
Every Bottle la worth lis weight lo Gold.
Try It ! Price II per Bottle, bottles, to.
Bold wholesale and retail, by
HOYT & St1 EAR, Druggists
General Agents for Trumbull Cbanty.
DR. s. D. HOWE, Sole Proprietor,
Nov . 1872-Sma. 161 Chambers 8t-.N. T.
M . AfiZLL.
8. I ABEL
T. M. Abel i & Co.
And Proprietor of the
UP TOWN PLANING MILL!
FACTFKEUS anJ Dealer
Flooring. Doors, bash and Blind
nd Wood Work generally. A
large stock of Rough an Dressed Lumber on
band, all of which ar offered at
Also Custom Logs Sawed at low rates.
100,000 Feet of Poplar
Lumber wanted also OAK ASH FLOOR
ISO In limited quantities, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
T. M. A HELL A CO.
Warren Fjb.18. 1873
Th Axericaa Overland All Sail lest ta
Topeka, Bunker Hill
n action City, Ell 1
uoiuen city, nail ake city
And all Points In
Kansas, Colorado, the Territories
AND THE PACIFIC COA8TS
Miles the Shortest Line from Kansas
City to Denver.
Ol ( Miles the Shortest Line to Pueblo
iTiniaad. Hants re. and all points la
10 FIBBIE81 BO IIBFg TEaXSFEKI
Tbe Great Rivers are all Bridged.
Only Line rnnnlne car thma.h withnn
ebance from the Missouri River to iw-n-. j.r
Only line running Pullman Palace Car to
Only lice noon which vnn mh th
Don't fall to take a trin threaten Isnua
and view the great advantage ottered for a
Everybody ta eeareh of health or nleaanra
should make an excursion over the Kan
Cloae connection made in TTnlon Ttonnt
Kanaaa City and Leavenworth, with all
tralnatoand from the East, North and
Sooth. EDM'DS. BOWEN. Gen. Sunt.
BEVERLEY R. KE1M,
tien. Ticket and Pass. Agent.
TTakTT saassa Olty AtXo.
Joly tl n-1 r
CLAYTON E. RICH,
LATE OF STORY A RICH,
IX FLOUR, GRAI!S. SEEDS,
Dried FraiU aad Fa ilerr Cheese
as Pearl 8treet
Liberal Cash advance ni ls oa Conaign
menla. Send for Market Reports.
June a. I97z-lyr
t. P. eiLoxa
DARIINQ & QILI EK,
1ITIB1C1TZ, C1IKLL, I0CGRI00BEIT,
CiriCa BILL, k IIKEBIL E1B0E
aad Black. Delivered ta any part of
tbe dry at tb lowest currant rates..
Office on west side of Mala Kt- Id door
of Managing Depot. AIo Agenta for
ti.WKR PIPK CO.
as. Term a Cash on Delivery.
WHILE THE SUN WA8 SHl
NINO. A very attractive new belled
apleodid accompsnlmnt,s by FreJ
you Joaeast ADAMb' Bookt
SIcBertj & ItlcConaarkj
Proprietor the down town
Announce to tbe public that their new
eatablrshemnt is now lo operation and
supplied with ihebest machinery,
and arc prepared to All order for
And also House Famishing Materials, such
aa FLOOHINO. SIDINU, niilNULKS, pine
and hemlock lumber Ac ke.
No palna will be spared to r've oar cus
tomers entire satisfaction.
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC.
800 Page, 250 Engraving.
A atartling exoose of Medical Humbuirs
ol the past and present. It ventilate
(juack. impostors, ravening Doctors,
patent Medicine Vender. Noted F'emale
Cheats, rortune Teller and Medluma.and
gives Interesting aooownu of Noted Phyal
ciana and Narrative of their Uvea. It re
veals startling secrets sod Instructs all how
to avoid the ilia which flesh is heir to. W
give exclusive territory and liberal enea
mlsalona. For circulars and terms address
thepnbliaher. J R. BURR A Hi'DK.
nartioru.counuor vuioago til.
AQENTS WANTED FORTHF.
OF THE UNITED STATE..
1300 pave and 500 svurrartnoa, printed in
Knolin ana German. H rUUn Dv su mineni
atUAora, wie-ixKno Jolt a. bough. Hon. Leon
V. .1 Unln f J7m S ' ' ' "
rsuis itipuTi, Aioen amount, aoract tVre.
K B. Perkin. etc.. etc,
lis work UaeomplMehUtory ofallbran.
eheaof lnduatrr. Droceaseaor manufaelnre.
etc, la all ages. II ta a complete encyclo
pedia of arts and manufactures, and la tbe
moat entertaining and
g and vamable vork of
information on subjects 01 general Interest
ever offered to the public ft la adapted to
the wanta of the Merchant. Manufacturer
v 1 a. u 1 ... r .iuict, riuuvu. IDV.DWr
sod sella to both old and yoongof all classes.
Che book Is sold by agents, who are making
large sales In all parts of the coontrv. Ills
offered at a ow price, and is the cheapest
book ever sold by subscription. No nsmilv
ahould be without s copy, Wm want Agents
in every town in tbe Lnlted stales, snd
no Agent can fall to do well wltb thla bona
Our terma are liberal. We gl to our agents
the exclusive light of territory. One of oar
agenta sold 133 copies In eight days, anotn
er sold S in two week. Our agent In Hart
ford sold aV7 In one week.
ftpectmens of the work sent to se'ta on re
ceipt of stamp. Forclreular and terma to
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. ST-CDX7" T3001X
By a well kaown and pooolar antbor. oa
an entirely new au bject. Tbe book will be
profnaely 'llustrati A handsomely bound,
and will sell readily to all classes. Agents
wishing to secute territory should apply at
once. J. B. BUBK HYDE.
Hart ord. Conn- or Chicago. IU.
Feb. 5. 173.
It. H. BorraTAXW
Leaf Tobacco Warehouse,
Established 1851, for the sale of Ohio Seed
Leat and keutucky Tobaccos,
ll.il IN West Frsat St.. fast af Aemmrrn,
xne on i Tobacco Warebt a la Cincin
nati, who hare a seed leaf ti .de. Auction
sales every Saturday, and private lots for
aaie aauy. i.ioerai aa Vance a made on To
bacco received by us.
CHA. BODMANN A Co.
Jsn. 15. lS7S-ro Proprietors.
VAUTROT & ACKLEY.I
W would InfarmourineDasand tne public.
nat. in removing oor J .weiry btor to our
we bave greatly enlarged nnr stock In every
aeparunenb, sua dsts eio soaea a
flue Stock of
Also a very Una Stock of
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
From tbe best manufacturers. W would
call particular attention to ear stock of
Which we think cannot be surpassed la any
Ue large cities.
ALSO ALL TBS XXW BTTLBI Of
CHAINS AND JEWELRY
SOLID SILVER. WARE!
From the celebrated Oorham Manufactory
axiu jiaiea- ware mat ia aeiaom eijuaiiea
In quality and flnlah.
PATENT PEOPLE'S WATCH.
Watch work and Engraving always done
oy expetieucea wars
NEW FALL STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES
No. 10 Market St. Warren,0.,
Ha Just received a com pleta stock of
3ST liJW OOODSI
New Styles of all kinds, soluble for tbe
season, and will dispose of them at a
low flgurea as soy store ia Warren.
Consisting of Gent a. Ladlen'
Coots, Shoes and Rubbers.
Constantly made to order.
AVl.A M Aa.Ui rUil inb
(seat. 11. 172.
aaf At, aafaak. aSaTaaaka asaxa
JNO. P. DEAN,
Importer aad Wholesale Dealer In
HARD WAR E,
So. 81 VW street. Plttahargh, Ps.
American. English and German Cutlery,
Bpeoeer A Mcbolaoo Files: Disaton's Haw,
and Boynton s Ughtnlng Raws; Beatty aA
Yerke's a Plumb's Hatcbeta;'astern Manu
factures snd Pittsburgh Novelty Locks and
Lalehea-Mann a. Llpplncott'e snd Orair
Axes; Ames aad Kowianita Snovels; Black
smith' Tools; Ohio Tool Co.' Planes; CoiL
Traeoand otherchalna: New London W. B.
(llob. National ami other Horse Nails
Fire Iron. Hiands. Sbovels snd Potera:
Practical Clothe Wringers, and a full line
of general Hardware at lb liowrt Market
AjrentaforPar Eroa. A Co. a el teal
Oct . Kli-tm
1873, " 1873.
We take pleasa re la aanoaneing that w
bave purchased, on aaa-nally favorable
terms, a very
Large Stock of Carpets,
Comprising all grade front a cbean Hemp
a due Brussels, wltb a large assortment
patterns In the medium and beturclaaa
wool carpets, we ehall derole tbe entire
arcoad floor of our building to tb display
Carpeta, and shall offer 10 our patron
ui, inducement 01 very
In the line of ordinary
we Invite special attention to Slack Silt,
. .uwvi, buu dive jtrjmmw, wild a
full line of stspie snd fancy
all their rarietle. at less than market
rates, in Ciotas, Caaal meres. Jeans, cot-
miusuot mv w. nave a large stoea, ana will
Mil cheap. We are enabled to offer at bar
gain Lac Curtains. Oil rhadea, Curtain
ui 1 HU v. ui uim r ixiures,
Nsakina. Towsls. Coonterpane. Bleached
Brown Hneetinga and Kulrtinge. Fancy
k i u-l
BUIrtlnaa. Olnghama. Prints. WhsTiu.
for the spring trade, a flo. assort-
Ladies' and Children Shoes,
which w will sell cheap. CaO, Ijanlsi, svuf
W WIU pay tbe highest mar
for Butter and Eggs.
PECK A BROTHER.
March I im
T 33 W 33 JL H..TT.
Ladies' aad Gaols tint Gold
Ooid Chain and Necklace.
kinds of watch repairing will reeerr
personal attention. Irregular running
watches changed to good tlm. keepers.
Flu. waUrnr. neatly repaired, cleaned and
miaaAd. West lde Main hllreei. Warrsa.
K. H. HULL.
i Riff s
Tuscarawas Valley Railway.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
IX EIFECT JANCARV
8TATIOSH. ' "'
XPkCSK. I ACCHkl
All trains run throng dallv fexcebl Sun
dav) from Cleveland to New Philadelphia
wltnoot change. Counectloos ae mad at
Elyria wltn L.8 t M.H. R t for tb West; t
Orfioo with C.C.C. !. R y forColumlws,
Cincinnati ane Indianapolis; at Russell
with A. A O. w. R y for Ashland. Akron d-c :
at Warwick with C. Ml V. A P. R. R, for
vriiio. jiuieranurg and Mt. Vernon; at
", wun r. r t. w . a c. a y lor Can
too, Allan oe, Pittsburgh. c
WM. H. ORorr.
- Gene-al Ticket Agent.
Tf. it. TOWXHJCXD, Superintendent.
Feb. 12. ls7S.
ROUTE - WEST.
23 MILES -THE SHORTEST
TO ST. LOUIS.
Trains leave Indianapolis as follows
J VII " "tint rrESS. (Dally)
V L Arrivea at Ureeocaa. le at 4.M s. li
r" Haute at 4.65 A. M., Ftnmtbam at e.to
Mo''B5?.l:V,0-1SA-M-. L" at
J v Vr , ruuman nieeping Cara from
ork-Columbus and tlnelnoati. thro-
S r, 1 2? w,,,h,a change, connecting at
St. Louis lor the west.
9 00 ";T 101 w EXPRESS,
uu (Except 8unday.)
Arrives st Greacsatleat IO.S0 A. M. Ter
reHsutest IliiA. M i:nin.i,.m
M. . Vand.Ha .ts P M u., ... "? .
- '-"""wau ranortars, connecting
st St Louisfor all points WeatT
I Oft P. . ETtvsTILLE kilt.
Arrlrei si tlrwnM.i 1. .i f a ir
Hsute st 4.40 P. M , Vlncenne at 7 l3 P M
Evansvllle at S.65 P. M. '
With Throngb Cars from Indianapolis to
- . -.iu r.uiii, wiiuoutcnange.
8nn p. . ranr exrags..,
uu (Except XnuoWy.)
Arrive at Oreeueaatle at p. M . Terre
Haute at ll.us P. M Efflugliaui st &:! A.M..
ilhPtil men Weeping Cars from Loula
ville snd Indians polls to St. Louis, euuuec
tlng at ex. Louis lor all polnU W esL
THE POPCLAR LINE TO
KiJStit cm, L1WREXCK.
I0PLSA. foet Rcerr.
8T. JOKEFH, ITCHIsOS,
JCHCTI0.1 CITT. IIWT0X, EIP08U,
And all points In Missouri, Kansas A Colo
rado. :T1C?ET5,e"n be obtained t all the prin
cipal Ticket Offlce ta the Eastern. Muidle
and fioulhera mates.
lOLLETT. Gon'l Passenger Agent, 8t
ROB T KM M ETT, Eatern Pass. 'Agent, In
Ja-H2l !:. rJU,ps'.Gen.Sop'tIniianpo'a.
Feb. IX lSTt-lyr
We are manufacturing a foil line of ooda,
TO BB OF THK
We will not be undersold for the
Same Quality of Goods.
Everything In onr line, not on band, will be
MADE to ORDER PROMPTLY.
Fset of Walnut Lumber Wanted.
CALL ASD LOOK AT 0UB GOODS.
TRTJESDELL A TWWNSEJfD.
stain SU. Warren, 0 Jn. li, IS7
THE proprietor desires to say to the
nubile tost there can bs sees. aL hi. R.
posltory on Liberty Street, a few rod son lb
Pint National Bads, the largest assort.
CABBIAQJSS ASD BTJOOIE
That he naa ever exhibited and offered for
in this market. Ills stock eonaUia 01
VAMILY CAttHiA UJA and VUlX dAA 7o
of various patterns. On hors llutoflos oi
nearly every deaerlpCon, and aU of wbleu
VI uw iwj uai sua most approved
Eastern sty lea, wnicu fot jlity of material.
orkmanahlp sud elegance oi
flnieh cannot be surpasaed by any othe
taoilshmant in the stale. Having in
ceeaful oprato a elTEAAf ENOiNE 1
the oecesiary machinery for manufactu
ring bis HpoAea; Hubs, Felces, sud every-
at can D aoua aovautageonsly hi
Being a pracucal mecnanic, superlnieod
Ing sua C7evaeelug sll tbe various braut-lies,
Is prepared to fur n bib a vehicle Iu tlrsl
imtesiyin, sur teas money uusa soy other
manufacturer lu the west.
Harks, Prater's Wsaoas, ISarhei aa BarsKkes.
not on haul, will be made Ui order 00
- Repairing, Trim mine and falntl ng don
neatness and dlspalco.
"Va All work don at my factor- warranted
inaddltlo to the above. I am prepared to
Ulib Carruure makers nni h.n Brlth ...
ooalltT of Tnrned KnnkM K-nl 1.' I .... 1
Bows, phafta. Poles. Meat-anna. Hatm. Ac .t
low prices aa at any other eatablu.hDienl
irriaa -maaera deainna to furnish their
timber, can get their cipuke aud Hobs
rued on short notice, and at fair price.
S. WTO E. K. vf ISEL
ItXPBkvt. ! suon 1.
CLEVELAND Lei'iTS P. M.' V. A. M
Gn.rt.io . jt.t - , IW .. -
BlacK River- ,,.,- 'l. ii.
Kdion " !?.i - si - -
FJyrta - ii;ti - '1m - -
Paltersou " j2 5w - - J :n - -
Harts - liiij " ' 7 ,v
O ration " Ij 4i - - mi - -
R.IH.A " i'l .T . n ... M
Eharte . " !..in - - : 1 17 " -
Vork jt.a - yj - .. -
Medina.. i.:li - - in in
Lake - '1 jj - m m - -
tVl" " -- ,; VI -
Russell .. " !.- " - 1 1 . 1 m ' -
Eastou ,,,, M ifi 'II " "
Wlver Creek jifT - - IX.KJ nonn
Warwick - sun - - '12.1.5 P.M.
'nltoo - IB II - !2 S -
Pauls ia- - lis) -
Mflaalllon.. ., , SO " " , "
Navarre it iii : . -
' I S
- ' .- - -
' iiwA. M.i ) A.M
i MS - -i tVt - -
" a 1.1 - - -
1 - ' P V - -
f I t ' 111 1 M -.
Wsrwick .. - : S.M : -so
llfV2 ! 7W - 'hm noon
fcaaton 7. it 2 n p w
Russeii m -f.J -"
Seville - 7. - 2ts. -
I kef. , 7 - - J;.
JJedlna ml; - s,To -
Jork HIS S.10 - -
kharte j. r, - - , ,
plden . " g.itl - -
Grafton. Ar., H.tt - -45,, -
Clereland - . 10 iS - - . -o - m
Hsr' 1 J Trin -
Pattersoo - I .u0 f " Ma
Elyria - - I s.i.5 -
rliaon . as. u 1 u 4. u
... Ar s.jj - " J .30 " "
The Bfisr way to Boil Clothes.
Aunt R hotly Baoii has been mak
ink ns a visit. .She is so ancient mai
den, and ie as full or information as
an et'K is of meat. It !iapienefl that
she tiasfeed ihrotiirh tlie kitchen as
my wa-lwonian was prrparing to boil
lier clothe in a kelile filled Willi Niii
I ri jf water, and rlie could not refrain'
from renioni-fratiiijf with her urmiij
''Iftoultile the cli tliea iu biling1
wafer, they'll be yaller, as sure as!
you're a ual," rri. d Aunt Rhody.
Oal atd women, I've washed clothes I
lor nearly mtr Ji ars. an' I m old
.eiMitmii ler Know wuat wnat In
-j whaIihi'. Put litem clothes in ler cold
rwatr-r, let 'em kuui alowly ler a bile.
aniline eru tvteuty luliiutes, air I'll
venttr lo say you'll thank me fortel
liii' on you ter do it.
"An' jisr let me tell yer another
thing. When your clothes stick ter
the lines in winter time, iutead o'
pullin'at em, bend or lilt 'em right
where tlie c oiht-xpin stuck, and
they'll gum ott just ascx-y, an' won't
t--arat all. I've seen eood clothes,
an' sheet.-, an' piller-caKes, torn inter
stilp by beiu' pulled otTlhe line when
when a little stiff with frost."
SoAunt Rbotiy had her say lo
Mr, x'iai.ieun. who I hope will profit
by her advicv.
A Good Wat to Use Dry Bread.
Hake a batter of w beat flour, not J
quite so thick as rr pancakes. Using
e.(tial parts of sweet add sour milk fur
the welting, otie tablespoonful of corn
meal, and oue teavptaiuful of salt.
Now cut very dry bread into thiu
slices, dip as many iuto the bat ler as
can be fried at once, lieing careful to
cover both hides of the bread, and fry
immediately 011 a well-buttered arid-
die, ju-t hot enough to brown I hem
nicely. lien (one. butler the slices.
llxce tl.em in Uiyers and bring to the
luoie at once, aa a uair hour's steam
ing on the stove would spoil this dish
t''at I-excellent, and more wholesome
th in thenrdiuaiy wheat pancakes. -
Steamed Indian Pudding Take
two cu of meal, one cup of flour,
one cup of suet, oue cup of Z.tnte cur-
rant,-, one cup sweet milk, one ha f
teaspooniui sotia, a pinch of salt; mix
wen : put into a two-ouart ba-in.
hteam three hour-. To be eateu with
dressing made of one cup of suyar.
..tie half cup of butter, put in a basin
and pour on a pint of boi line water :
set on the Move ; take a tabuwpooufui
l flour, mix iu a little water m that
it will cot be lumpy, and stir into tbe
gravy, all rri 11 until It bolls ; season
wun uuiuieg or lemon extract.
How to Cook Good Beep Steak.
Have your steak cut thick, out it
on your meat-board, aud with a sbarp-
leiuteu KHiie prick u every imsein-
able way to make it tender, put it on
tne gnu iron over ine nre, turning It
very ufter. Put a lump of butter, and
tome salt and pepper, into a tin dish.
Put your steak dish where it wiil get
warmed. When the steak is cooked,
put it into the tin dish and double it
over; press out all lhe blood voo can.
nd .ay it on your plate. Set the tin
dihh with tbe blood pepper and salt
on the tove, aud as soon a it boils up
nd Uiiekeus. pour It over voursteak.
You can add a can of mushrooms to
the gravy. This recipe was never
known to fail.
Soda Doughnuts. Two Quarts of
flour, four teaspoonfuls of eream of
tartar, two tea.-pooniu!s of so' a, one
leaypoouful of salt, two cup- of sugar.
one teaxpoonful mace, one tablexpoon-
rui 01 melted butter; mix with cold
Superior Corn Bread. S.mld one
quarto! milk, make it thecousisleiicy
i inicK gruel wun corn meal, then
add four eggs beaten very light, oue
leahpoonful of hale Bake iu a hot
oveu ai:d serve as soou as baked.
Fried Bread. A good dUb for
break:at : Three etir well beaten,
ue pint sweet milk : salt : dio slices
of rreati iu tue milk and eggs, lay oue
slice upon auother, let theui stand teu
nnuutea, and fry brown iu hot lard.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION.
From tbe Cleveland Heraid.
What is understood as the liquor
question cannot oe aoogea. it tuust
u iimateiv be met face ui face, bow
ever it may be for the time be evaded
11 is a question that will play the mis
chief with the politicians who attempt
either to ilotlge it, or to straildle it.
Public opinion is crystal. ru rati that
rubject. r louiblllou is oot staining
ground, lor mat is impiactieable.
Law cauuoi tie uia eto cpi'ttol man
a, .petite. .But all oer tbe cotiotry
tlie pnnclole lliat liquor sellers slusli
be held re-ponsible lor tbeir traffic, is
nuulog loogmeiir. ana wneu we
the word liqar we meau any liquor
iha' prtMiucrs loiOAicaiiou.
UbimaUly there is 10 be uo quibble
uIhiu tuiaoi that kind of liquor. Tbe
mau who sells a liquid that steals
away the brains will be beid to au
swtr for that larceny. The principle
i-a loriecl one and ia recoguixetl in
eveiy branch ol business ouier Uiau
dram selling. The evil of Interloper'
i.nce all admit to be the grievous curt-e
oi the Iunu. Our cities may not b
improv ng in temperance luoraJs, but
th rural uiatricis have the power iu
our legislatures, aud it aa sure aa that
time rolls 011 that there will be no step
b ckwrJ tiu tills question, Tueie
may be temporary checks lo tbe ad
vance ot public seuumeut, but take
the yeais by decades and the priuci
pies of respoeibility for drain selling
win surely grow strougcr ana stion
ger, until the laws are made so virtu-
gent aa 10 shut up uine out of ten of
the druusard manufactories that now
make so mauy women and children
mourn their very existence.
INFORMATION WANTED, We are
informed of a singular case of disap
pearance, on tne otn or January last
two men, apparently farmers, while
driving in a sleigh on Broadway ex
tension, were accosted ty two lads
who aked to ride. Permission was
given and they got In. After riding
some distance one of tbe boys jo rapped
out. The other has never been heard
of cince, by any of his friends. His
name is Michael bourse, aged eleven
years, sou of Stephen Nourse, 42 In
dependence street. He has light bair
and a small split in tbe lower lip.
He hsd on black panU and a light
grey jacket. Any Id format ian regard.
ing mm win te thankfully received
by hts psreuta, and raav be sent to
this office. Ohio papers will confer
ravor by publishing this Item.
" if I only had capital," a young
man said, as he Mined a ten rent cl
liar. " I would do something." "If I
only bad the capital" said another, as
he walked away from a dram-shop.
I would go into buhinev." Young
man with the eirar, you are smoking
away your capitaj. ou from the
dram-shop are urinkiag yours and de
stroying your body at the same time.
Dimee make d.. liars. Time is money
Diint wait fir a fortune to bevtn with.
Our men of power and influence did
not start with fortunes. You, too,
can make your mark, if you will.
you must stop squandering your
money and spending your time in
"The Immortal No" is dead. Hon.
Jrvwp H Powell died at Greenville,
Tennessee, lately after an eventful life,
one act in it entitles him to an
immortality of fame. He served in
therxiuth Carolina legislature and
the only man who voted "No" at
public meeting that passed tlie nul-
incati m resolutions A goia neauea
cane was presented to. him inscribed
"The Immortal No." During the re
bellion he served in BnrusMe' army,
was imprisoned at Richmond.
There was Unionism that co-t a man
nomething, and the head of every
loysl man ahould be uncovered as be
passes the grave of "The Immortal
Hon. Joseph PowelL
PAEK. & PATCH
SASH AND DOORS.
GLASS & NAILS
Springs & Axles
IHON AND STEEI.
II ICS AAD SPOKES.
BI CO l WOODS COMPLETE,
Saddles and Trunks
AT TV X OLS
PARK & PATCH.
AobiluleJjf ie oesf protection
art n Tkocsi sCttii' runs rv
orr wits rrr
worth of property ssvsd trots the Same
a 2 r
-m r r
SELF-ACTING FIRE ENGINE,
Ml CITT. TOWT iTk TTXIACX tSE.
It la If or Effective tbaa tha 8taaxa Fira
Engine, because it I Instantaneously ready
and throws a powerful atream ot cerbobie
acid gas sod wster for sny length of time.
It la the Best sad Cheatat ri . c-,,-
tbe world, aad come wttala to ananeial
abilities of everv niace.
It does not require an sxpeasive system
w? l? Wl",k'."1 !" out ol repair.
Head far tWir kscaTA"
A. F. FAB WELL, See'x,
M Vakask ioaac. Chlrsn.
Jane Is. 1871-lxn
HULL & MEASE
hv Just rseeived their DUl aad wlato
tock of Boots snd Khoe-, con latluc o
BOOTS AiD SHOES !
And the following prices east be beatr
, quality considered :
Men's French Calf, tongue Boots. 17 M
50 do do aeg-god . do ,$
do do do tapaoia do ,S
do do do do do 4,00
do do Kin do do iM
do do do ' do AMtaaJO
do do tap sola do 4.U0 to a,u0
do Btoam tin 1.UIA1U
Boy' French Calf, toturua Boots. i uo
do do do do do 4.U0
do Freneb Kip Boots, . 2,noto,u0
do 8toa Boots. 1 I oe to 4.1)0
YOBth'SiJf lArL tlTiUt .
Ladle', stlasaa. aud Children's Hlu-. at
asms rata. Men's. Ladies' and Bora'
RnbOer Boots aad khoee of the best quality
Lfalhcr and Fi-diujs
Calf. Kin and Uoter Tnonlnss and Unlnaw
snd Hemlock stole Lastbar. Hole Leath
er cut to suit tbe farmers, all of wuich we
sen at living rates, jn
stand second to bob, aa wa keep th
latest Mvka of lasts aa. the best work
men. We received the first prarai
. am on the Bneet sad best Boots
and Who, at tb Trnmnoil
county Fair. Boot A 8hoes
made t orr, aad re-
eairine 1k ml!I v
at our Sew Rurm, one door soat of
HULL. t MEASE,
MAIX BT, WA BMX.V. OHIO.
Oct. 1. lU-tf.
CITY HEAT tlAitSET
THE undersigned wookl ree
pactfnlly announce to Abe eltl
xua of ttarreQ and the Tlolnlty.
be haaopened a eat atarhst'oa Lib
srtvrUreel, opposite R. E. Wia.il' Carriage
Factory, where b Intends to keep eo nstsaU
soahana.au kinds er rrasa ssesss, anavos
good quality as ta country will afford.
baveem ployed Ihessmceeof good bu ich
or woo has had long experteaos us the bosl-
snd who will slways beoa hand to at
to tbe wants or bji eassosaer. au or
der left for maata In tbe evening will be
romptly attended In, If desired can be de
rfveredat tb.lr residences, or kspt la re
(rlgerstnr till smiled on.
. 1S70-U LEM DEL DBA T
HO! HO! J HO!
STOP A LITTLE.
YOU WANT TO BUY FAMILY
One erics. Prod are. Toy or VsrWtiea.esil
46 west side Aisia Street, st
Jan. U,lTS-lyr D. BWHOFaV.