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CHARGE OF THE TIGHT BRIGADE.
The literary eocreBnonuent of eotemporwjr, ha
aid that A. Turaoi Steak, Esq., con Id not Trite on
the fiercer themes of nr. lot the following thrilling
lyric, which he at one- penned when it wu mentioned
to kin, ia a splendid refutation of the s.&cism.
At the bat, at U e bar.
At the bar thundered,
Thnadered with fiercest din
Topera one hundred.
There atood those thirsty men.
Thirsty one hundred.
Calling for drink in Tain
The bar keeperolumbered :
Hark there a sound from one !
List how the curse i come
From each and every one !
Of that dry one hundred.
Into the bar they pitch.
Nobis old toper.
For up cones an order which
... - Pleased these old soakers :
' Forward the Tight Brigade I
Take the bar! Muggins said,
Intc ft undismayed,
pitched now each drunken blade
Pitched the one hundred. .
- " Forward the Tight Brigade !"
Gods, what a charge they made !
" No man was there afraid,
Ho person blundered.
Theirs but to drink their fill.
Theirs but to hare a swill.
Theirs not to pay the bill.
Ah. yes they knew it well !
- Snowing one hundred.
Bottle to right of them.
Bottles to left of them.
Bottles in front of them.
Labeled and numbered ;
Nobly they fought and well.
There many a hero fell.
Covered with blood and beer.
Beer that they loved ao well,
Gallant one hundred.
Baised now each nose in air.
See what is under there,
Mugs charged with lager beer
AU the world wondered !
Fiercer the revel grows,
Redder each biasing nose,
Faster the liquor flows.
Under the table, goes
Half of the hundred.
Bottles to right of them.
Bottles to left of them,
- Bottle all around of them.
Emptied and sundered :
Out from that dreadful room,
, . Out from that dark aaloon.
Came forth a beery fume.
Came forth a dismal moan.
But none of the hundred.
When they awoke again, .
6 how their heads did pain !
No person wondered.
Honor the Tight Brigade !
Honor the charge they made.
Thirsty one hundred.
CHARGE OF THE TIGHT BRIGADE. ENOUGH FOR ONE BED.
Emigration to the Stale of Michigan
was so great during the years of 1835-6,
that every house was filled every night
with travelers wanting lodging. Every
traveler there at that time will remember
the difficulty of obtaining a bed in the ho
tels, even if he had two or three "strange
The Rev. Hosea Brown, an eccentric
Methodist minister, stopped one right at
one of the hotels in Ann Arbor, and in
quired if be could have a room and bed
by himself. The barkeeper told him he
could, unless they should be so full as to
render it necessary to put another with
him. At an early hour the reverend
gentleman went to his room, locked the
door, and soon retired to bedand 6unk
into a comfortable sleep. Along towards
midnight he was aroused from his slum
ber by a loud knocking at hi? door.
Flalio! you there,' he exclaimed,
"what do you want now "particular
stress on the last word.
You must take another lodger, sir,
with you,' said the voice of the landlord.
What ! another yet ?
'Why, yes there is only one in here
is there Y
'One ! why here is Mr. Brown, a meth
odist preacher, and myself,' already, and
I Jfehould think that enough for one bed,
even in Michigan.'
The landlord seemed to think so too,
and left the trio to their repose.
A GHOST IN LOVE.
A farmer ho had lately become a
widower, was aroused at midnight by the
barking of his dog. On going to it the
animal displayed extreme terror, where
upon the farmer lock his gun and p o
ceeded to an inspection. All at once he
saw a phantom clothed in a while sheet,
rise behind the hedge. The farmer turn
ed deadly pale, and his limbs shook with
dismay. He however, contrived to ejac
ulate, 'If you come from God, speak ;
.if from the devil, vanish! 'Wretch!'
exclaimed the phantom, 'I am your de
ceased wife, corns from the grave to warn
you not to marry Matia A , to
whom you are making love. The only
woman to succeed me, is Henrietta
B . - Marry ' her, or prosecution
and eternal torment shall be your doom V
This otrange address from the goblin, in
stead of dismaying the farmer, restored
his courage. He accordingly rushed on
the gltostly visitor, and stripping off its
sheet, discovered the fair Henrietta B.
herself, looking extremely fuo'ish. It is
said that the farmer, admiring the girl's
trick ; had the banns 'published for his
marriage with her. Gatesltead Eng.)
The Duty of, the Deacons. One of;
lit! deacons in Edward Dey's church
tasked him if he usually kissed the bride at
weddings. "Always," was the reply.
"And how do you manage when the hap
py pair are negroes ?" was the deacons'
next question." ''In all such cases," re
plied Mr. Dey, "ihe duty of kissing is ap
pointed to the deacons."
Saw Francisco Luxuries. A China
man advertises the following luxuries t
be had at his i-estauraat: "Smoked nils,
preserved birds' nests and (licklcd bull
A young lady being asked whether she
would wear a wig when her hair turned
gray replied wiih the greatest earnest
ness, "Oh ! no, I'll dye first."
"Why is a conundrum that nobody can
guess, like a ghost ?
"Because sooner or later, everybody
must give it up."
T!ie tlurertm-e Lit ten a C iris'ian and
a cartvbai is, t!:atone f njovs himself, and
the oJier enjoys o'iier perjle. Dicgenes
When is a sheep not a sheep ? When
it is turned into a pen.
A GHOST IN LOVE. For the Farmer.
REVIEW OF THE WOOL MARKET.
There has bern an active demand in;
the country, and nearly or quite all the
wool It ft in the fanners' hands has been
taken up. The prices have had a wide
range.but probablyat an average of about
33 cts. per pound.
From present indications, the price of
the coming clip will rule low. It is prob
able that the war in Europe will continue
for another year at least, and for that rea
son all kinds of provisions must keep up
nearly or quile as high as now. It is
equally certain that foreign imjiortations
must fall off tapidly, and that our own
markets for the fabric will be exceedingly
bare, and that all kinds of tloih must ap.
preciate in value. But the manufactur
ers will try and lake advantage of the fact
they are better supplied now than ever
before at this season of the year, with the
staple, and unless they can go into the
market at their own prices, they will not
buy until compelled to, and that will not
be before autumn.
Wool is now the lowest comparatively,
of any article grown by the farmer, and
lower than ever before. Heretofore,
when wool has been at from 18c. to 33c.
wheat in the same localities has sold at
50c. tc 75c. per bushel, and corn from
10c. to 37c. per bushel. Beef, pork, but
ter and cheese at cqualjy low rales.
Now, all these articles are from one lo
two hundred percent, dearer, and wool
remains for the finer qualities about sta
tionary. This state of things will not last long.
Either other articles must fall or wool
rise. Every farmer must judge for him
self. Full blood Merino wool is worth
now to lhc manufacturer from 37c. to 45c,
as to the condition and quality. Common
grades are wcrth more than fine in pro
portion, as common grades range from
30c. to 37c. The general stock is light
through the Union, and from present ap
pearances, there will be more yards of
cloth made this year than ever before.
Such a universal drouth as we had last
year will, of course effect the mills, but
they have never been ia as effective con
dition as now. . We believe wool will be
no lower through the year than it now is
in market. But vi e give our reasons, and
each individual must judge what is best
for him to do in his particular case.
Should the war become more general
and break out in Austria or Prussia, the
destruction cf the German flocks becomes
irresistible, and wool at home must large
The inactivity of the finer wools in the
English markets is a sure indication
J hat the manufacturers are not engaged
in the manufacture of cloth for our mar
kets. Wool Grower.
SLEEP OF PLANTS.
Vegetable physiology shows us, that
plants breathe that the air is drawn in
by the upper side of the leaves, and, hav
ing retained the carbon for the growth of
the plant, excludes the oxygen from the
under side. Animals draw in the air,
and retain the oxygen, and exclude the
Recent . discoveries show, that plants
have an analogy to animals in theping,
also, lo the arctic regions, where the
sua is six months of the year above the
horizon, and day ar.d night are not the di
vision of time that mark the periods for
labor and sleep, chickens, and other ani
mals, that in other regions retire at sun.
set, go to roost when ihe sun ought to go
down, and wake up and crow, when da
light ought to appear. So with plants.
At the time when it ought to be night, they
droop and go to sleep, as ihey do in more
favored legions, at sunset, and awaken in
' Thus we find plants breathe, and sleep;
and the species of sensitive plant, have
nervous sensibility, as acute as animals.
Do they think ? Ohio Fatmer.
SHEEP SHEARING MACHINE.
The Detroit Democrat & Enquirer
gives the following account of a new in-
for shearing sheep which may Le
of interest to some of our farmer friends :
The last invention we have seen is a
machine for shearing sheep. Those who
have seen them used, say they work ad-
- i i j ,i . i , .
mimlilv anil tnnt a tKinn ,nn I.a dinar A
-V " - j- ui. onvu i cu
easily in five minutes, as clearly ns by
shears, without the possibility of CUItingj
, . . . i ..
the skin. It is constructed wiih two rows
of knives with saw teeth, set one above
the Other, and playing across each Other!
... . . . . 1 , ... .
l:ke the blades Of shear?, Similar to the
i r .l i ..
lllades OJ the pattern niOW edges. 1 he
lower kuives protrude beyond the vpp"1
ones, aud are slightly turned over to pre-
vent catching the skin. The knives are
carried by a wheel turned by the hand,
ana can oc made to play rapidly
machine is small and about as heavy as
two pairs of ordinary sheep .shears. When
used it is strapped upon the shouMer and
is readily managed with one hand, and
the other left tree to hold the sheep. It
is a very ingenious instrument, and de
serves to be tested. . .
Bees and Fruit Trees. A writer in
literary journal of Paris, states that the
beesgreatly improve. the fructification
fruit trees. Orchards ill which several
nives are xepi, iiiivays proauce more hint
than those in which there are none. In
the Provinces on the Rhine, the fruiis are
far more abundant and finer than in arv
other part of G.-rminy, and there it is the
custom to keep Iare quantities of !ecs.
Plants loo, which bees visit thrive better
iu the neighborhood of hives.
Gbape Vises. A gentleman who has
made himself conversant with the culture
of the grape, informs us that the t-cverity
of the pat winter has destroyed nearly
all the young wood of the past sa-ion,
well as that of tiie year previous. Sonie
vines in a protected siti.'stion, tri. rimed
by him recently, were! fouiid in that con.
dition. He thinks thtit even in t!ie
the grapa crop will be t vo thirds less
than that of the previous season. Phila
j carefully repaired and warranted. nmrg
pACKARD fe BARNDM, (Succes
vention Ami.n ISdwISt !
Bait, flan, riaster, c, arren, umo.
j p R LEFFINGWELL7 Forlrardiilg
V. and Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flonr,
i $alt. Fish, Plaster, &C, fee. Warren, O. mar 31 tf
; . -
I OTEVENS & "Co., Commission Mer-
i KJ c.l ants. Dealers in Butter, Cheese, Saleratns, Fish,
Fruiuand Produce generally. Nos. 14 and 16 Second
'StreI, between Main and Sycamore, Cincinnati, 0.
j KFmm:-Dickson, Bigys. Co.; Wilshire, Bris
i, lol, e.; John Swascy Co.; Swasey t Wise ; Harri-
1 so k. Umkt jjieunetat Dudley, and Merchants pen-
1 -i1-" - pr-2-'"
. . .voo. fittb nm.
RATIONAL HOTEL, A. Chapman,
' 1 v I'ronriHor. Mil til to c Sijnare. Warren. O.
EAGLE HOUSE, by George T. Hull,
Market street. Warren, O. Fifth door east of the
TAMES JACKSON, Physician and
Ir Surgeon, office mn4 residence on South side of
Market-st. 4 doors East of the lUnlt. Warren,Q. apr'-C
DOCT. J. DAVIS, Eclectic Phtb
tciis ao Sntstn Office iu Nichols' Hat Stare,
Main street. Warren. Ohio.
Eclectic Physicians sill fed a full stock of Eclectic
Medicines tor sale by Doet. Davis at the above place,
TM. M. EAMES, M. D., Physician,
V I Surgeon and Dentist, Windham, Portage Co- 0.
oet es-sJ W'l
R. S. LESLIE, Eclectic Physician
and Surgeon, Bloomficld, Trumtroll o., u.
W TOWXSEXD. M. D.. Ilomeo-
. im.'.;; nffiee in Sntliff Brick Block,
near the American Hotel, warren,'. VL-S
TdllN BT& JULIAN HARMON,
f I Physician and Surgeons, office North side of the
Pnhl ie Smiare. Warren. O. oct 20 y
T PAINE, M. D., Physician and
y T Surgeon. Particular attention given to the
treatment of Cancer, Scrofnla and Lung Diseases. Of
fice and residence on High street, mar 3
T THEODORE E. WEBB, Attorn-v at
. Law. Office over Smiths & MrCombs' Store. Var
ren. Ohio. Prompt attention paid to collections in
Trumbull and adjoining counties. may9-y
ZOR ABELL, having resumed the
V practice of Lav. will he happy to attend to any
business in his line for his former clients and friends,
or any body else in this or any adjoining County. Any
business in his line will be promptly attended to.
Office over New York Store. May 9. 1855-j
SIO. . TOTTI I
CUTLIFF & TUTTLE, Attorneys at
tO Lav, and Solicitors in Chancery, Warren, Tram
hull county. O. Office on High street,two door wei
of the American Mouse. mar 4
F. CURTISS, Attorney at Law.
Office at present with J. Hatch ins, Esq., North
Main street. Warren, Ohio.
my g aj
V, H. HI TV HI KB.
& U. H. HUTCHINS, Attorneys at
9 Law. Ofl.ce on North Main street, near the t evi
dence of John ltutchins. Warren, O. apr5
L. & A. O. FULLER, Attorneys at
Law, Office orer Smiths dz llcComhs Store. Cor
ner Block. Warren. O Jan. 1st 11-54. ly
4 LBE11T PERRY, Atiorney at Law.
Special attention given to collection, and the
prosecutionof Pension and Bounty Land claims. Of
llee at Court House, Warren O. jan 10 'Ai-y 3.
PHILO E. REED, Attorney at Law,
Warren, Ohio. Office over Xew Tork Store.
may 111, 54-tf
JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and
Solicitor in Chancery, Warren, Trumbull Co.. 0.
DD. BELDEN, Attorney and Coun-
scllor at Law, over Smith at McComb's Store,
rorner Main and Market Streets, Warren, O. uot lfty
JOHN M. STULL, Attorney at Law,
t " and General Collector of Home and Foreign Claims.
OtBce qtct Smiths fc WcCombs" Store, Warren, O. mar?
v. r. ho ft sun.
ft. W. LtTUf.
HOFFMAN & RATLIFF, Attorneys
at Law. Office on Lioerty St., Warren. 0-, oppo
site the Court House. oct tfTtf
3t. n. LEnoETT.
J. DO LSOW cox.
1" EGGETT & COX, Attorneys and
1-J Counsellors at Law. Office over Moser's Store,
IiUrket street. Warren, O. j e 10 U
BP. JAMESON fc Co., Dealers in
Stoves, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Tin,
Oh!eseVaU, tc So. 10 Main Su, Warren, 0. mar 2K
P SPEAR & SON, Manufacturers of
coin, inwra iuu ninuvw liiioas. factory uu
Market Street, East of the Bank, W arren, 0. jan 2Cy
7ELLOWS & MORLEY, Manufactu-
L rers of Plows, Cultivators, are. Shop east of Tny
ltrs Warehouse, on the Canal, Warren, O. sep 30 if
ToHN J. GUNNING, Carriage and
t w Wacon Shop, on Tine street, midway between Snth
and Market stfl.. Warren, 0. mar 3
4 L. MORLEY, (successor of J. G.
Ji . Brooks.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hard
ware, Cutlery, dec. Warren, Ohio. hot fj
rpIl7 MORLEY & Co., Manufactu-
JL rers of Stoves, Hollow Ware, and Castings eene
rally. Foundry on the Canal, east of Tayler's Ware
house Tin Shop four doors west of the liank. Warren.
Ohio. sep 30 tl
TTOLLINGS WORTH & FITCH,
M.X. Dealers in Stoves, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware,
Itrittania Ware, Copper Kettles, Brass Kettles, and Hol
low Wares of all kinds, at Cranage's old stand, 3 doors
below Km ni re Hall, Slarket street. Warren, O. mar S
A. A. BALDWIN, Wholesale
and Retail Bookseller. S3 Main Street, a few
doors south of the Voit .-Ice, Warren, 0. uov 1
JULIUS VAUTROT, Manufacture
and Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry '1
rer W are, and Fancy lioods. Market street. Empire
Block, Warren, O. Watches carefully rej-airrd and
OATCH & ALLISON, Dealers id Sad
at ll.:ry Hardware, Carriaee Trimmings, and Manu
facturers of Saddles, Bridles. Harness, Trunks, Values,
fcc, Main street. Warren, O.
IDDINGS MORGAN, Dealers in
L Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Carpeting. Sole Leather, 4cc at the Sign of
the Empire titer. Warren, O.
C M. MOSER, Defers in Foreign,
and Domestic Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries,
Qeenssare, Boots, hoes. Hats, Caps, Heady lade
C lotliir g, sic., Market Street, Warren, 0. aug S
PARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For-
X. eign and Domestic Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots,
Ehoef and Leather, Carpeting:, Paper Hangings, Win
dow Shades, Keady Made Clotliing, c, always cheap
for ivariy pay at the Sew-Iork Store.
WALTER KING k SON, Dealers in
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and
I uriuama it are, uuups, rancy uoocs, c. ao. v, jui iu
! street. Warren. U. ll kinds of Clocks and Watches
Paints, and Carriage Trim niincs-i' the Tall Brick,'
n arrcn, 0.
A J B. TAYLER, Forwarding and
i.J.. Commission Merchant, and dealer in Flour,
... -. . . . -
Gl RAYMOND & CO., Vblsal
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, and' Wall paper. No. 63 Superior
street, t. H-veliino, vnio.
j w.nrnnm. KrrcsTnos.
p ROOKS Si THOMAS, Fasliionable
I J Tnilors, rooms jver Jiichols' ll.it Store, Wain St..
Warren. Ohio. Particular attention paid to cuttinr.
I nd warranted to fit if proierly made up. feb 9 y
CATTLE POWDER !-Breining, Fron
field at Co.'s Celebrated Vegetable Cattle Powdet
loot antly on hand and for sale in larse or small qnan
hy the subscribers, who are sole Agents for this
B. None are renuine unless procured of
Jlnrch 1, lKKi-tf C. t M- MOSKII, Ag'ts.
r.OORS, DOORS, DOORS.-To Cm-
lract?rs, Carjwnters and Builders. We can furnish
inn with Panel Doors of all styles, a great deal clieaiier
! iUan you can make them by hand, (ami as good if not
hett.T.) Call and examine our work and prices; you
rill be suited with both. A literal discount tow'iole
lale traiiirs. If JiAlt l av..
January. : ...
"V LL OF DR. JAYNE'S FAMILY
iV MEDICINES, Ajer's Cherry Pectoral, and Oc
lod's In-iia Cholaeopue, for sale by
May 31. PORTER fc Co.
CRYSTALLINE Sc VARIEGATED
J Vi Aill BALLS, Brown Windsor and Transparen.
soap in rakes and bars, and Colgate's Chemical Olire
Soap, t or sale at
J!ay31. TORTEP.sr Co.'s
p OOD ALL WOOL DELAINES
VJT So selling for 25 cent ier yard, t the
SPANISH MOSS by the bal or lb.
A'cTe lUi-rs. Silver Ten-Its. Full Plate Crescent
li.:mesi Trinuuiugs, best quality Spurs, aud eaiuiti
PATCH fc. ALLISON'S.
HARN rSS VARNISH, Whip La.shes,
Log and Trace Chains. Breed ing Loops. Brasf
in l Silver lag lteii.s and Chains. Carriage Knbs
lBi'anneI.Siirer ltli-aa awl pntTt.at
j PATCH si 'SOX 8.
IORD BYRON, his li e. writings and
.i complete Poetical Works. L:' rary bimlinr.
Apr. Ir, At ADAM'S.
TOJITil AND fc'OUTII. Price 3C
cca, Apr. 18. Al EALDWIS'3.
hcrwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in
Western Unserve Cheese, Knurr. Lnr Pork, Itncnn.
Pol and Pearl Ashes, S.ilerutus. Liiisr J and l-zrd Oil.
Dried Frail, aud Produce generally, Nos. HI ai.d I 4j
front Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. fell -3 tl
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
I'ittst urpU, F. KstiLlislie'l in le.'l Ineurfrnra-U-4
by Uie LegiiUlure of fenuylaDi, witii H.rrKU-J
C hru r. toic or tritkk:
lion. Jne Buehiin. I Hon. Walter II. Lcxne.
.Via. Wilkii.tf. I " riurir Xn.rlor,
Btaos-r Hampton. ( (?en. J. K. MoorlicxI.
P. 1)lff. antlior ot theN'orlh American Acconittant,"
rrotVssur f Uok Kcrtu). aul CoD.mt-rci;l acienc.
Jnui D. AViLLiavMt, Uie t et o!f b.itl I'cnhinn in the
irn:teii iitv. l'rofessur of Cucitercuil an4 Ornaineii
N. B. tUn u, K of Ihe Piit-iixirh Bar, PruIV-nor
cf 51-rrcatitile Law and 1'ulitieai Kcnnomy.
I1. 11 yds 5, rrtnci)s.il f tlx Matliciuatical Pr -art-tun.
t, l'rofcisor of inthfuuitict. 4tc.
!r. J. i. Willtinif baa perinaneutly j'jlnetl tlio F-c-nlty.
aud it will re rt n th-it. lurinz his hite profe
ioual erica jr-iuei't in tlie Kct, he ma iliere ivfxrtstrfl
as the Wt L'enman In the country. This Ii.itUutton
ihtr (- re, prx'sei.td r.ttractions to siu'icntu ntiernl by
no oihr of the kind in the I'nited SitUe. The conre
ff trainin comprises upwards of -1041 real transactions,
tu six difierent nrthods of Horjliie Kntry Book-Krer-inc-
praetical 1 nsiness calculations, corcrinc the
vhole ti-ld of inland and foreign commerce. Coninte-r-cial
Pemnin(thi, ith every uvlru iniprovenn-ut in
the Art. llustnesr letters aud l-ntii-ess forms of errry
description. Ilaily lectures on Commercial Law, i'vm
merc;tl Sciences, the Theory of 1'roiits. 6cc. Dud's
Book-Keepinfr, Harir's K-lition, "the most coaijTe
bensive in the lanuae 81
Dull's "Werteru Steamer's Accountant, m perfect
fytem for toeh accounts SI 0u.
Xjfend for a Circular by mail. nov "CS-y
I URITY HEALTH, HAPPINESS
I. Water is rendered poisonous by passing through
any material subject to decay and dissolution, sucn at
pies of wood, iron and lead. Prof. J. P. K inland and
other distinguished chemists, po so far ar to condemn
the practice of rupplying animals with water through
these substances, and enruestlj recomueud the STOXB
PI MP and WATER PIPE.
The undersigned la extensively engaged at Xewton
Falls, 0., in manufacturing said articles, including also
Stifiieware, having a factory driven ty steam power,
aud is pre j tared to fill orders at wholesale or retail on
liberal terms. The Water Pipe is admirably adapted to
carrying fluids of all sorts, draining cellars, irrigating
lands. Ax. It is also for sale by the lluyts.at Warren,
Also for sale, a valuable WATER POWER, with some
6 acres of land, Fatory Buildings, Dwelling, etc., etc
about two miles below Lowell, Mahoning lo., O.
May 17. lHM tfw JLG. CALENDER.
X NEW HARDWARE STORE.
A. Ia. mokley,
Successor to James O.Brooks, dealer in Hardware,
Ct-TLEKT, Ihos, Nails and .(iLiw, where at all times
can be found a large and varied assortment of House
Trimmings. Carpenter's Tools, &c.
Received this day and now opening
0 dor. White's Cast Steel Axes.
4 BcaverV "
1 " Hay Knives, "good.
9 Pittsburgh Oun-barrels.
30 Tons Pittsurgh Iron, assorted sixes.
59 Bundles best Norway Nail Kods.
Warren, Not. 1, 154. A. L. MORLEY.
Having this day sold my entire Stock of Hardware
io A- L. Mob let. who will continue the business at the
old stand, I take this method of informing my old
friends and former patrons that I shall remain with
Mr. JJoklxy, where I shall be happy to see them as
sual. J. O. BROOKS.
Oct. 30, 1P54. ' noT. 15.
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
'ornrrof Superior and Cnion Streets Cleveland, Ohio
This is the Largest at.d Dost ilagniflcent
In the whole Western Country, and Is filled with the
Largest and Best assortment of . '
Heady-Made Clothing, nnd Furnishing
of all descriptions, of our own Manufacture, and which
is aarranted, to be B-'tlt-r Cut, Better Made, and better
adapted to the wants of the Community, aud is sold a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at low is. rtuccs than any other Clothing in the
Strangers visiting Cleveland, will find it to their ad'
vantage to call at
ISAAC A. ISAACS
Tnic n Hall, corner of Sape-iior and Union Streets.
T? LOOK OCT FOB THE 01ASTSJX
MODEL SIXGIXG UuilK.
OKB QCASTER or A M1LLIOS1 xorirs I
BY I. B. WOODBURY. Since the
I u lication of the "Ihi!cimrr" to the issuing ol
the "CYTHARA," one quarter million copies of Mr.
Woodlmry's books have been sold. Such ia the ac
knowledged excelence of the Llilciraer, both in kind
and quality, that it has been made the model for every
popular Music Book published since it's appearance.
for its equal ly esteemed successor, the Cy thara. enthu
siastic praises reach us from all quarters of the coun
try. A SECOND EDITION OF TWENTY THOUSAND
Is now ready, in which the few slight errors which es
caped notice in the tirst twenty thousand are corrected.
Published by F. J. Hi stisuio. New Xork.
jan 24 "55, KING 01 COMI'AN V, Clevelan.t, 0.
JO HUMBUG ! NO GASSING ! !
But a plain, true declaration of facts, which any
body can ascertain by calling at the Old Head Quarters
tor lit. a in -JiAue. d.uiiiiii.
By J. Goldstein, (mccessor to 11 organ;-tern & Broth
cr.) Oak Fron t .Big No. 15, Main street. Warren, O.
1 have just received, and sm now oirening, my Fall
nnd W inter stock of Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths,
Cas?imeres; Vestings, etc., together with every variety
of Furitifhing Goods. 1 would simply remark tnat
from the extremely low figures of woolen goods East, 1
Iiave been induced to purchase
DOUBLE MY USUAL AMOUNT OF GOODS !
And those that are acquainted with my mode of doing
business, are well aware that I will
JJNEVER BE UNDERSOLD
I do not have my Clothing made up by any establish
ment in the east, nor did 1 come from there myself.
But I import my own Goods, and by purchasing from
first harms, am enabled to furnish all strides in my
line at New-York prices ! 1 am not in the habit ol
tunning down any body, nor do I notice any such per
sonal attacks when made on me 1 take my revenge in
Which, from my superior facilities in Lujir.g, I am
abundantly able to do.
As quoting prices seems to be fashionable, I will in
troduce the following programme, to le run during the
season, or until the small dialers about town come
down to my figures via: Full suit cf Clothes, Coat,
Pants and Vest, for $5 and upwards. A good Over Coat
By the cord, consisting of Coats for $1,30. and Pants
for 75 cents ! Hats and Caps of every st le and variety,
cheaper than the cheapest. Collars, Cravats, Ties,
carfs. Undershirts and Drawers. Shirts, both white and
colored. In short, a complete assortmeutof everything
in my line, and all I ask Is an inspection of my goods
and prices before buying elsewhere. I am now the
oldest Clothing Establishment in Trumlull Co-, and
have increased my business every year. I have stood
all the shocks that have been brought to bear against
me, and have lived to see many ot my competitors
shut up and leave town, and feel proud to remember
lint by aiming atone o jeet, I have succeeded in
bringing down and keeping dowu the price of my goods
o the lowest figure at which a good article can be
CLOTHING MADE TO UKUfcK :
Manufactured by tip-top workmen, and warranted to
it ! To one and all I extend the invitation to visit Big
Ko, 15, Oak Front, when you come to town to purchase
I am bound to sell low
T 11 A A.S 1 I1U V l tL? Tt if A nr. ?x. :
tTA-m and ee ! Remember the place Big No. 15,
Oak Front, first Clothing Store south of the PostOflice.
west side of Main street. Warren, 0
Ocu IS, '34. J. GOLDSTEIN.
1 C0VLJ1S, (late Copies fc Albert
-V son,, VJ Weddell House. Cleveland, respectfully
Invite the attention of the citizens of Warren and the
srrrounding county. to his assortment of fine Watches,
Silverware, Jewelry, House Keeping and Fancy Goods.
Their prices will b uniform and as low as any Aest
tradesman can afford. Every article sold with be truth
tally described and warranted as represented. Repair
fng in all its branches carefully and promptly done.
May 17, l-ly
7 K. W1SELL Manufactu-
JJ rer of Carriaires, Bueies and
Wairons. West side of the Mahojiinr rir-.
er. Warren, Ohio, kees on hand a larjre assortment in
his line, of the latest aud most improved eastern styles,
among amen may bciounu a mrpe .o. o..,..rn.m.
' r-V" - ; : " -- . j
a good supply of s .ding seat Carnas .vera
are un a new and improved plan having lV.
ocing uiuerent anu .ar superior w au, mUlt e.er - ,u-
r-tiir-s.H in tliitt aVs-t lot! all CdUIltrr. A iti a tTOT 1 aSSOIX
ment of one
TV aeons, all i
shoo on the
we nest oi woramen. i;'"''
.und the business l'""
i hut he can render entire satisfaction as regards style.
Hiality or prce, to every person who may favor him
3Iosl kinds of country produce, good Lumler, and
second hand buggies taken iu exchange for finished
N. JJ. PAINTING and TRUIMINO done In good
style, at fair prices, and with punctuality and dispatch.
A reasonable credit will be given to all responsible per
son, who may desire it. All work done at his manufac
tory is warranted.
Kemember the place West side of the Mahoning rir
ei, directly west of the new bridge, Vi arreu, Ohio.
April iii. 1K3.
ELI K. WIS ELL.
MIE EMPIRE STORE ! Iddings Ji
Slorptn are opening their larje Stock of .Spring
horse Carnages, Busies, and tro-lM.rse
II of which will be sold as low as at any other
Western Keiwrve. By keeping none but
Goods, which comprises an assortment of every style
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, straw Goods, Pur-
sols. Cairetil'g. Paper Hangings, Crockery, Groce
Tiiey would call attention particularly to their exten
iive variety of Ladies' lnvss G'Knls, Bonnetsand Boi.no)
Ilihlmus, Elroideries, Sliawls, Mantillas. Ice, in all
the latest and most fashionable styles. Also, to their
assortment ol very sniierior same .mens, i.iiien ciiti
Iii-s, l'illow Case Linei:s, Shining Linens. Ac.
Tliey iutend to kce heir sto.-k lull at i-.l times, ol
Uie best makes and ciost fjsli!ona'.le styles, and to sell
ket, nut allowing themselves to be mnJereeld as long as
v? V-lf A,.r,l ! "
DENTISTRY. DR. J.C. BlRB0UC113:
would respectfully announce to the citiaens of
Warren, and to the laibiic. that Ik will still be found at
1.1. i.'.. ll:.ll.wbrel.ill.-rf.,rJ,.i,v
.iiih.iinif Im; re.mirr.1 of tile Dentai profession
in in elenrat and durable nuiint r. 11 munis his
thaoks for pnst favors, and ssks for a ontiiiuation of
the same. All oieratit-ns pt-rforuted by Dr. B. will le
warranted to be what they should l e, in evtrv st-ii-e of
the word. J- C UL'KUOI'f.ltS.
march Ifi. I5l-tf.
EA. SMITH 6s CO., (Lnte Ilovt,
Bro. t CoM) NO. j, MAIN ftTKKET, WAKKr.X,
I). Dt-alers in Drus, .Vcdiciuos and t htrciiraU, Ph,ir-
maccutical prrptra(ions, lVrfcmery, &c. Also, a full
assortment of taints, OtU, Wit.dow t:as, Varu.shes,
Drah'S. slcr. pule aecnt in tlie j'Ucc for tlikiic f
Jaync'a Eaiuily alcdicir.trs. Ayir's Cherry I'tctora lai.d
oJior popular reuieLes dirct from t!. proprietors.
.i:iilv 5I-.Mlirii.ei and l'liysicaiis prcstr.i-Uuaj ac
curatcly and promptly init up
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURE
1. LIQt'OUS for Siediclnal i.urioss. and said to l e
Ihehest intuan.at liwty 31 I-OIITEK i. Co.'s.
( ( 0Z. OF QUININE, ju t it-Ai-i-
1 in -v.'J and for inle at leu Ly.ir.'
j Uook. in consequence ol uie rapidly increasing oe-
j mand for this valuable work, it has recently been
thoroughly revised by the author, and the present vob
j a me contains a large addition of entirely now and orig-r-lothing.
1 inal matter illustrated by 1.3 elegant engravings In
. ,h. .,r. ui. .nd .. hi. mmil
-..- . .LkVibi,,- -f n Kr
' -" ;""',.... .;. . i..i- i...t
n, becominir so, .III be pleased to learn, that sci
of ei,ce and long research combined, have brought l-efore
. lne ErKest H cater tie Age. in the article of Kil
ties, i EKUN'S AMEiilCAN 11AIK KESTORATIVE, a sut,
, clirf. for Baldness and to prevent Hair from falling,
gre circuars to le h.l of agents. Price 51,tio in large
ott'.es. Sold I y E. E. Hoyt it Co., and Geo. idanis.
i NGlEU'lIOCSE, Ckvd.nJ, O! ic
J P. P. AN;U K l reprit.r. a-3
tl in Wj
OSEFI1 R. ALDLU1SON, Dealer
ATI i;es, JtWEl.RT, T Cix-IH. Crmer
mf Superior birtet mud Pmblit Ayaffre, Cleveland, O.
j. m. crsiwi-jco.
I JI. CUJIMINGS & CO., Wi oIes;:K
W firocers and Commission 3Krc hauls, Dealers It
Forei-rn Win- aiH Liquors, Nails, lilass. Salt, Drugs
etc., N.. b-5& lro Hier ttU At l"b on the Dock.
Sh IT. ISVIy.
I MIAINAKD t BURRIDGE, Engra
JL vers and Lithographers, Herald Block,Clevelaud
PATKNT OFFICE AGENCY, No. 4, Herald Building
u. u. at aaiocx. j:in 1 ly jtac laaiXAKD.
Comer Public Squaie, Icrcland, Okio,
lNConi-OltATED J1AY NINTH, 1S51.
rrilE OLD COLLEGE has removed to
new and splendid Rooms, sur passing in heauly
and convenience those of any similar institutions in
E . O FOLSOJl. A. 11., Principal, Professor ol
Sciei.ce of Accounts.
W. li. BROL'GUTON and W. HOLLISTER, Assistant
Professors in the liook Keeping lVpartment.
A. J. PHELPS and JOSEPH BLAH IE, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
K. F. HOUSTON, Lecturer on Commercia History
nd Art of Computation.
JOHN B. WAKING. Lecturer on Mercantile Customs
Bun kin?. Exchange. 4 c.
Hon. JOHN CUOWELL. TI103. II. HAY and I. B
PALMER, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Her. J. A. THOME, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics
TERMS, IN ADVANCE.
For the Mercantile Course, time unlimited, 940 INI
For separate in Penmanship, Flourishing,
Jtc, as per agreement,
The design of the Institution Is to afford as good ad
rantages as can be had in any similar one In the Union,
to young men about to assume the responsible duties
of theCountiug Koom.and rarioas mercantile pursuits
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS Book Keeping will be
explained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course will
embrace some of the best praetical forms of modern ac
countants. This science is often taught as if it were
species of conjecture, in which multiplicity of forms
are substituted for principles, arbitrary rules for rea
sons.and retierable precedents for genuine philosophy,
making the whole field of the science a complete "terra
incognita.'1 To produce good practical accountants,
the understanding, and not the memory simply, should
DAILY LECTXT1ES, &c One or more lectures will
be given daily, on the following subjects Accounts,
Penmanship. Mercantile Customs, Banking, Exchange,
Calculations, Correspondence. Commercial Law, Polit
ical Economy, Commercial Ethics. Railroading, Ac
Besides the usual lectures on Law, tic in Colleges ol
this kind, there will be others by practical men
thoroughly conversant with the routine of business, to
instnict on points allied to the course of study, and one
expressly on calculation.
PENMANSHIP. 1'KACTICAL AND ORNAMENTAL.
This department will be under the so per in tendance of
two of the best penmen of the day. Business writipg
will be taught upon the new method of Folsom's Chir
bythmography, executing to the beat of an instrument.
and producing the popular commercial hand in much
less than the usual time.
N. B. For particulars, send for Circulars, Cata
logues, fcc, and address the Principal.
Jtlr'A large library will be connected with ihe Col
lege, containing the rations works on Book Keeping,
Mercantile Law, &:e., to which the students will have
access. Inov la, 54
H0LBR00K & LONG, Music Pub
Ushers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Music and Musical Iustrnments of every description
No. 100 and 1 Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
List of Piamos for sale at the great Piano-Forte Wire-
The celebrated S TOD ART PIANO, un
equalled for its rich and pure tones, elas
ticity of touch and durability.
Licht, Newton Jc Bradrnry'e BILTER STRINGED
PIANO, for which a goli hivOsvl was awarded at the
Chrystal Palace Fair ; also, at the Fair of the American
Institute, New York.
Emerson's BOSTON PREMIUM PIANOS, the b-s
manufactured in Boston, 31 ass.
In addition to their splendid stock of Pianos kepi
constantly on hand, 11. Jt L. offer to the public the nest
AMERICAN 31ADE GUITARS, and also imported Gui
tars, of the best Spanish and French patterns, togethei
with low priced ftermao Guitars
Ruled Mnsic Paper of 13, 1-1. 16 lines, etc., constantly
on hand and manufactured to order.
TlOLINSand VIOLINCELLOS, In every variety--Strings
for Violin, Yinlincello. Tenor Viol, Double bass
Guitar and Banjo. Violin Bows and Cases, Bow Hair
Bridges, Pegs, Tail Pieces, Finger Boards, Mutes, Kos
in. etc., etc.
Reeds. Drams, Piano-Forte Stools, Tuning Forks
Tuning Hammers, Timing Pipes.
IHr Dealers and Heads of Seminaries supplied at the
lowest wholesale prices, with every article in the Musir
line. 110LBR00K LONG.
May IT, 1f54-6m.
KING & COMPANY,
PUBLISHER?, BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS
59 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio,
Have recently made large additions to their Stock of
Standard School and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
Work and Stationery, and are prepared to ofler induce
ments to Dealers unsurpassed by any establishment in
By special arrangements with nearly all the leading
Publishers of New York and Boston, we shall hereafter
receive their Latest and most Popular Works simul
tmneemt witk asrrrw, and can supply in quantities
at lowest wholesale prices.
Among other new and valuable Works, we are West
en Agents for the following, vis :
BATE LEAVES OR HISTORIC CARDS Designed
and confidently expected to furnish millions of oui
land an instructive and entertaining substitute for the
-"Gaming Cards" now used io so startling an extent.
IDA N0KM AN, or, TRIALS AND THEIR USES
by Mrs. Liiuols Pheli-s, the well-known author.ol
Lincons Botany . We can earnestly c'lmmeud this
work as one of the most interesting and instructive ol
IDA MAT by Mrs. Stowe supposed to be.
THE NEWSBOY ty Mrs. Oakks Smith supfeteJ,
1DLEWILD by N. P. Willis.
TWENTY YEARS OF AN AFRICAN SLAYER
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORKS OF CENTRAL
AFRICA AND 1ANDS OF THE SARACEN.
IHE REPUBLICAN COURT The most magnificent
National illustrated Work ever published in America.
Bamums Latent "WORK !
Washington Irving's New Book.
Also RLTI1 HALL A Romance, by the world re
nowned aksv Fen w.
LIFE OF HORACE GREELY ly a "New York
We expect a large sale for those last mentioned
from the Press of Xiason Brothers. dec 13-tf
KEW E1ST0RY OF THE UNI-
TED STATES, by Bebfon J. Lossing, Author of
MPictorial ield Book, Kevohitirn, ect. Illustrated by
more than !00 exquisitely finished wood engravings,
drawn chiefly from original paintings and intended to
secure accurate delineations of scenes and characters,
Ke vised ana enlarged Edition oi tsramaru s vrawing
mis cumou inc suiyrx. vi jsiivm in c..t m- i tr
aborately treated, thereby affording a sure guide to the
pupil in acquiring an accurate knowledge of the art.
The publishers feel satisfied that they now offer to the
public, whether for School, or private instruction, the
best Eh mentary Treatise, on this subject that has evet
been published. Price, 3Hc.
KING ot COMPANY Cleveland 0.
"TTNI0N HALL TRIUMPHANT."
U ISAACS' CLOTHING Aoaixst ths Worn.. !
Sv Yoi a Ihh.i ass isd arr voi a CLUTIUNU it
7S.jfC A. ISAACS', Vrniom Hall, Clccrtm.il, O.
The l'nblic are invited to an insection of the superb
stock of FALL AND WINTER CLUTIUNU now ou
exhibition at this magnificent establishment, which in
extent. Tarietr, sueriority of Workmanship, and
Fashion, together ith lowness of price, cauuot be
beat by any other Clothins: House in Ohio.
Isaacs has just returned from the East, where he has
received such Lergains in Cloths and materials for
manufacturing, that he has it now in his power and ifl
no s ..t,ctti kat ,.. RI!d he wi,. comnieilce-by ,eiig
I ueicrniineu to anoca an uie Autcrn jjiuij tuuiciu.
. the best Over-Coat in the City for Foci Dollass! and
I nder Coat,, Pants and Vests of ,11 description, in
proIK)rtion. ,'. f ,nd come along every
clothed, he can fit all sites, from
' ..... ..... .
he does not wish to imml ug the people with Eastern
. gLo WoB1 for M ntles, nnvf one else, a.
he does not k-en s.ea tramkl but be will furnish hi
customers with the best Clothing in the City, f r less
money than they can purchase the snme kind of Goods
for in anv other house in the I nited states.
GENTLEMEN'S FIKNISIIING GOOUS of all de
scriptions for sale Cheap. A liberal discount made lo
W hotesiite customers who 1 uy for Cash.
TCP Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
and ou the most reasonable tt-rn-.s at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
Union Hall, corner mf Superior mmd Union S'rctts,
Jl"? LOOK OUT FOIl TUB GIANTS. JUL
fte ir..n are dl1r brinsinr to liirht new Invelt-
: (ions, and the march of lirot-ress is onward : iiersors
Warren ; J. Manning, Younestown
I'rentica 4t Ed
. mir i tMi&cld.
f. E. FIS1IEK Co
march 2 So. 5T
march 2 No. 57, .superior stretrt, CleveUod, 0.
OTICE JEWELRY AND FANCY
c. lis A ALBkaTwix. Iu:s just cpened a new Store in
tne New Block far C.racr s S.srtr Slrert
l',U.e CleeeUnd, O.... where may 1.1
fun'1 u nu" ru,ck of
COI.I) AND SILtKK WATCHES.
F.MILISIl. FKKNCII. and A KEE CLOCK?.
; SlLVtK-WABB of all kinds, ll arramlcd Pert CAn
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JKWELKY.
All kin.iof PLATED and BRITANNIA WAKE.
Cl'TLLKV, FANCV GOODS and 1'EUr L'MEKIES.
In short, everythinp that is Now and Deirat,Ie in
this line, may le fouiid chraper than can te Lought
3ff STRANGEE3 should not fail to visit Cf btforc
CIcvHiiih!, Dt-c. IX V-H-y
; T Ti r" U" I r " VI, CI K W A RT
i UiUUJVL.aU 1 -aJJ UL.ICOU AliL,
i V IV It THE WHOLESALE TliADB. Justreceived
2 i-aciiairf-i Etrilienware of niy own importation dir?cl
froui lit-e Kiiiih Ittcri-s. c.akinj: one of the largest
: iiot-km: uie M-rfc-i comprising, iu part. White (iran
. ie E.owtns uii-r: f. r iovviu; Ulue, Liibt Blue, IMaiu
t.-t -jc;r-sc v ir Ai.o an extensive assurtu.ent oi
I A 5 5 V A U E
iv lone rxenr .co in the trad p. enables me t oiTtrr ti
Courtrv iiercnai ts better facilitit-s than purcliasinf
u.fir fir? ;tihe si-ru t MertliautsarerfsiKX'i
lu.iv iif l:ci: e fMLinemy trarc and prices, wbich will
a.w ir ia io-x any Jot-l-ing House in this ritv.
? rn ti'e China 1'ucrr. No. KM Superior St.
C.ef.iat.ir ;y 31. Ir-'.i y A S- IvAilDN EK-
.(,. mm lam. a St fha mJttwmtM I mtlW MTMmtl mtT IU MOOTM- TO
'EW-YORK LOOK STORE. The
subscriber havii.s nurchaeii Mr. J. Marvin's
stfcL. takes this method of informing the iitixrns of,
Warn-n and Trumbull county, thut in a-iilit on to the
stocK on hand, he is rceivipg and now nper tng,a j
COMPLETE STiM'K OK NEW BOOK ',
Stationary and Fancy Go -Is as can le font j in the?
Vet. His stock of Books comprises llistoiirs, Trav i
els. Kon-anees. Ei.cycloieii, Biograihies, W orks on '
Elocuttuh, Architecture. Agriculture, Ihroloiry. Geolo- 1
gr, Philosophr, Payni-Jlogy, Phrenology, Vtcrks on;
h.r:tuaiisiu. Mystic Orlers, Annuals a-d AUnms.
A!mi. all the new Publications worthy of note, piles of
School Books, both old and new, now in use in :he sev
eral chool districts, HiMes from 50 cts. to $10, Prayer
and llmn Bm-ks for all denominations.
JL VEMLE AND TO V BCoKS
In great variety. Letter Writers, Song and Dream
wotfiaS, Astrologers nooks inn varus.
In this department are offered every description of
Goods, French, American Laid, Wove. Car. Bill. Let
ter and Note Paper of he best quality, and Euvelopes
Comprising I edgers. Jocruats, Record, Cash. Invoice,
Time. Log. Note, Receipt and Memorandum Books.
Also. Copy Book for schools.
Lithogiapbie Prints, Maps, Chessmen and Bard.-t.
Dominoes. Diceand Cups, Playing and Printinr Cartls.
Paper Weights, Calendars. Letter Clips and Billhobk-rs.
Address Cards, Plain. Gilt, Kn.lxsed and Illumined,
Card Cases, Pearl, Ivory and Illumined.
Drawing Books, Cards, Paper and Drawing materi
als. Inks. Writ'nr Fluids. Pens and Lead Pencils.
Leaves, ire, Pa:er, etc., for Artificial Flowers, and
a larue assortment of English, French, German and
American Toys, Weekly Papers from Boston, New
York and Philadelphia, Periodicals. Harpers Putnam's,
Graham's, Godey's and Methodist National Magazines,
Leslie's Book of Fashions aud Yankee Notions.
The purchasing community will find always on ha nd
a lartre stock from which to make their selections, at
extremely low prices for cash only, at the New York
Hook Store. No. S3, Main street, a few doors south of
he Post Othce.
Warren P.. Oct., 1th, 1854, Jt, A. A. BALDWIN.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
' WAR ON HIGH PRICES ! ! At Baktlbtt A
BbowVs BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE, in the New
Building, opposite the Democrat Office, Mat Street,
We are now exhibiting the richest, cheapest and besl
lot of CLOTHING, at Wholesale and Retail, ever
brought to this market, comprising Dress, Frock and
Business Coats, Overcoats, Pants and Vests, of every
variety and style conceivable. To test the truth of out
assertion we will give you prices and yon can come
and examine for yourselves.
A FULL SUIT, Coat, Patts and Vest. 86,30, with
an Overcoat to mitch for 8-1. Also, a rich stock ol
Boys' Clothing; Coats for t-l, with Pants to match for
I. Also, a complete stock of HATS and CAPS, com
prising every style and quality. We have also a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, and a large
stock of Broadcloths, Cassimeres anil Vestings, rich
and rare, and of the latest and most fash ion --tble styles
CARD. The Proprieters here take occasion tore
turn their sincere thanks to the people of Warren aid
the surrounding country, for the gmerons patronage
which they have hitherto awarded them, and respect
fully ask its continuance, feeling certain that their
goods, for style, quality and cheapness, cannot be
equalled in this section of country. Our goods are all
warranted to be of good material, well made, and to
give good service We have but one price for our
goods, and that a just one, believing it a j oor policy
and worse principle to plunder from one person ts
secure the loss ou another. P. T. BART LETT,
Warren, Oct. T, lt?54. G. W. BROWN -
YT7 ATPfH.'Q PTOPTTs! Tl
V asa, vV V, V".
T it. Ace The subscriber hive in at
eeirea a lartre stock of tf-oods in their line, which,
with their former stock, makes a very de-simMe assort
ment ; among which are uold and surer atches , Su
rer. Silver Plated and Brittania Spoons ; Breast Pius ;
Finger Rings; Ear Rings; Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases; Watch Chains, Seals and Keys; Scissors;
Shears ; Pistols ; Pen and Pocket Knives ; Knives and
Forks; Razors; Percussion Caps and Pills; Silver
Plated, Brittania, Glass, and Common Candlesticks;
Limps ; Lamp Globes, and Chimneys ; Tea Trays ; Tea
and Coffee Pots ; Communion Ware ; Castors ; Cloth,
Shoe. Hair, Flesh, Tooth and Shaving Brushes ; Melo
deons ; Guitars ; Banjcs ; Violins ; Flutes ; Fife ; Ac
Cordeons ; Flageoleus and Tanr borines ; Hair Pins and
Comts; Waist Slides and Buckles; Purees; Pocket
Books and Wallets ; Powder Flasks ; Work Boxes ; Steel
Beads, and a great variety of Toys and Fancy Goods.
The public are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine the goods.
All kinds of Clocks and Watches repaired, and war
ranted to perform well, at a reasonable expense.
To our old easterners we tender our thanks for the
patronage the establishment has received for the last
thirty -six years. ALlr K llVi & so,
Dec. 1C53. No. 9, Main St., Wan en, 0.
TITLES VAUTROT, Wholesale and
Ci Ketail Dealer in Cloth. Watcbes, Jewelry, Sil-
vek-W.re, and Fakct Goods, Warren, Ohio,
liavinr just returned from the Eastern Man
n factories, I brought with me a very large
assortment of extra-fane English Lever Watch
ei. in gold, hunting and plain cases. Also, a superior
quality of Duplex atches, vith independent seconds,
just the thins; for tinin; horses. Also, English Lever
Kail road Time Keepers, in Silver Hanging Castas; and
a larger stock of Detacbed Lever and Lepine Watches
than was ever before offered in this place. My assort
ment of Jewelry, I flatter myself. Is a better selection
than 1 have ever before made, having purchased a
much larger stock and of fiuer quality, than has here
tofore been brought to this place; such as I can fully
recommend. Everybody is invited to call and exam
ine my stock. Pedlars, and others, purchasing to sell
again, will find a large assortment, and prices that will ,
compete with Eastern Cities, as 1 purchase my goods
directly from the manufacturers, and will sell for as
small p.-ofits as any other establishment in the country.
A few fine Doable Time Centre Seconds Watches, will
be sold very low. Now Is the time for securing a good
tar'ain. Call soon and see for yourselves.
Watches. Jewelry, fee, carefully repaired and war
ranted. Hr Engraving neatly done.
Oct. 7, lry..
"MEW STOVES iT. II. MORLEY
JL v it Co. are constantly making additions to their
large and well selected stock of Stove Patterns, so that
they are now able to furnish customers with the most
desirable patterns for kitchen or parlor use. Among
thev assortment are the following ;
The Clinton Air Tight Cook Stove, No. 5.
do Improved do do do ilo
This Stove is truly the Farmer's Stove, fir after an
unprecedented inn of five years, Uie demand for them is
Ihe Womans' Bights Cook Stove, No. 1, for wood or coal,
do do do do No. 3, do
do do do do No. 4, for wood:
This is i new pattern of Coal Stove, just got out by
as. with elevated oven. No. 1 is intended for a dining
room Stovt, having two boiler holes and a large capa
cious oven for baking or keeping meats warm. Mo. 8
has fimrS ii.ch holes for boiling.and is adapted to small
families. No. 4 has 4 9 inch holes for boiling, and a
very large oven, and is ada-fed to large families.
The Bang Up" Cook Stove, No. 4.
do Western Queen do do
do Queen of Prairies do do
do Great Western do do for coal.
Thes Stoves have four 9 inch boiler holes and capa
cious ovens he'ow the lire chamler. For beauty,
strength, durability and economy in fuel, these Stoves
are unsurpassed. They are perfect bakers.
The following are some of their Parlor Stoves :
The Cottage Franklin Coal Stove, No. 3.
do do do do So. 3.
These are the celebrated Sliding Door Stoves, which
took the premium at the late State Fair. For beauty and
convenience, they challenge competition, as the cxiia
ordinary sales this year abundantly testify.
The Cottage Stove, No. 3, for wood,
do do do No. 2. do
The Jewett k. Root Stove, Folding Doors, for wood.
Besides a general assortment of Cannon, Coal, Bex,
and Itairy Stoves.
All kinds of machinery made to order. Stove Foun
dry east of Tayler's Warehouse, on the canal. Machine
foundry, east side of Liberty street, en the canal. Tin
Shop four doors west of the Bank, Market street, War
ren. Ohio. jan 19
PREMIUM CARRIAGE SHOP,
C&nneld. Ohio. The subscriber takes .
this method to Inform the generous public, that he still
carries on the above business, in all iu various branches,
and will make to order, any thing that a man may want
in his line. Having a largo stock of new material al
ways on hand, and the best of workmen to do it up in
style that cannot be surpass-?d by any establishment in
ihe country, those who wish to purchase Carriages or
Buggies ready-made, can always find a large assortment
at my shop, of all qualities, and at all prices, and I an
rot afraid of competition, from any quarter, especially
north. I would just say-to all who wisn to get a good
rticle, they would do well to call on this establishment
before purchasing elsewheie, for our work is of the best
quaiitv, and all warranted
PAINTING and TRIMMING done on short notice.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
N EW BI GGIES in exchange for old ones. All kinds
of Lumber Liken in exchange for work.
The sulscriler flatters himself that by strict attention
f himself and hands to business, he can have a reason
able share of public patronage. Thankful for all former
favors, he will be still more thankful for new one.
Canfield. Mai 26. 1j3- M. SWANK.
PREMIUM CARRIAGE FACTORY,
J. 801T1! OF TUE CANAL. The
rtbscrilr has now on hand, and will stlnf
larire lot of CAB-i-
riAiiES, BUtiUIES and WAGONS on hand, of every
description, style ami yraiie oi prices.
Ilis experience in nusiness.anu uie ciir.i.u.
enables him to furnish any description of work in his
line, on the shortest possible notice, whether it be the
rutting up of a splendid BABOLCU K. or the common
oti:i!V ....U fn. which arlttAll times teDtOO
,.,.vs , .. -
II;s WORKMEN are unsurpassed by any in the conn-
try. snd his work shall equal if not surpass auy eastern
mar ofscturers. .
clian'r'or'Luml.cr.Countiy Produccoryoung Ilorses.
6 nd hand Baggies taken in exchange for new ones,
r URlUE TKIUSIIXUS always on hand, and for
..r... the lowest prices.
,se wishTg any work in my line of business, are
Inv -cd to call at my shop and eiamine my cork and
p jcesand" nnuli fail to be pled in regar.1 to
E Jy shophaving Income a rmanent one, I am
determined to supply and suit all who like r.dmg in an
eiera.it and easy Carriage, or the farmer who desires
M.i.mntial farm or roaii wagon or cart-
Painting and Trimming done on short notice.
TPAI1 work manufactured at my shop is warranted.
Warreu, March -a, Ui! j U. C. BELDt.N.
nnr inn i vnrtrrvTC '
jV ' ii au at units'
l.s FAGI.E 1IU1 r.l. ine sunscruHrr wouiu take ui.s
opportunity of informing the citileus of Warren, aud
Ihe l ublic "generally, that lie lias purchased the Kaolk
Hotil, formerli- kept by Mr. Camp, where hereafter he
wuld lie glad to see his friends, and all who choose to
rive him a call. The liest arrangements will be made to
make his house a pleasant place to stop, and no edort
will be spared to those who call once to stop again. To
the old customers of the Eogie he a-ould say, do not
condemn a cbanire as for the worse, because you were
o well suited with your old ttudlcrd, but give the new
administration a trial before you decnle.
OK0. T. nrLL.
arren, Aug. 1 1 , i- jo-
HEAPCASIl aND READY-PAY
W BOOT AND SHOE Er-TAULISU-UET,
So. SI, Main Stnet.
J M.-Coiin-M r Co.. X. SB, Main
Btreet, Warren, Ohio, have the pleas- aj.
re of announcing to the citizens of r"4v
r. .11 fnuntv and the public in a SSBs
general, that Uiey are receiving and manufacturing the
largest, cliea;iesl an.1 rst Msiinmru "-"'. "i
HIIOKS ever IvrouL-ht to the Western market, which
lliev now oiler lor iiile. at anolesa.e or rei-iii.ai prices
. . . r.;i ,n ...it MirctixHfrs. on the cash and
....... .vii-n. Their suck consist of
Men's Coa'se ilo-.ts; Jlen's Calf Peg'd Inflation B'ts;
Hungarian do: French Calf sew'd, steel s'ks;
Kip do; " lirogans;
Bovs Boots and Brorans. all kind'.. '
Boy, 000 Ej' DH PART MENT.
v.. I r..t R,.i. u.,.tir . ..,.1 Vi.T T.dle.
fatent Leather Buskins anil Ties, and M
Shoes, of all
fdisses Sewed aud Pegged tlaiters and
kinds: Children s mmh-s. sec.
EUOEMAKKK'S Fl.NlllNliS A. TOOI. ALL KIN!
Morocco. Calf Skin and I'pper Leather, and er. ry
Ihing usually kept in our line, which will b. sold for
tea a. lower than can be found elsewhere in the comity.
April 14, Iri3. J. McCO.El.I. k CO.
SUM i;i II I N r
lit- mxt prwt rful kiuf "a the tS- of the globs aoW
tii.it nyr vw in tb utrn--n licpuMie. The power
;4 tiiv- .I-..-.-. ns--i h..i.,-( ..uro lnk into InslniiioaiMS)
ah!. oui).;r -1 U our -:n rmn kit
I-.ur'-.tt. ! tirns 1-u.piny t'ie 4t-r tested In tnesa ts
litrfx ti. ii b. f the rkh and Icrdiy. and to reduce
t rxn-jier in i - ami tU-tri.tU'n, th pore and depend
tut. t:i.r A uu-1 -an Kin-srcvs forth with equal willing
mrr Ut tie ! r.h Huuiii at.d th hum Me eaoln, ready
a!i;.e lo t4u iiii.-tr r. ;i f. ju4 fo offer health and happe
V- ihe K-ftr and iotv. tne rich and the poae
1K. JOHN HULL'S
GRCAT AMERICAN KING
, tor T aih '!; 'tE off Tas Wirld, and the greatest
liliii:i t-trT oiS-n-d to s1t -td humanity; to the solt
(rriut: utttli'.ns tt:e kprmowy. nsliof is at your com
ma uj. ,u b.trr :ilv to ti tnis magical remedy. AU
tlH-e bt. uA m'.'-rf an nt n -eept the proferre4
ttilm, timer if it'-t tltr pity rf their ftuiilies,
llti wen i. rft.I taet.-nw:. 'Inrinj tne britrf period since
Us introtu--ti"ii. h is mrrie( h.iphtew to tli hearts of
IhoiuKiUtis and ui:i lile a ebaritt to many who hereto
lore reardvd it ouli us a panful aud miserakHe exfcsV
To the ':nd- with all UtiltnenU. Km) nations. Pain
KilkrA. and ia t-. .tra rs. and let millions of gUd
tot.zurii prrliiin tue n-e.ilsof th reat " Anwricaa
kit t.f ).tiu.".t pn tir:itin otupised solely of vege
featb-stid rtf-u, pntluvd l- America s own rich an4
ti e wool I nk the I. i4T who are always competent
iudfCr-nl bnt U '. b:it r- uot a v.-tlnable fiimily med
ktne, to uo u 3 -pi ial tt..r by iivinx the King of Pain
a tin .-It- tr:L,ni.'t if iiimt-n l- ry. e.-.er their lotlueneo
lo it 1-w-b-ui' r ttmitf-.-nd It. -pt k well and often of It,
snd lital it is u-nl .t tlieir aillifted nt-lhbors. The
LJHan-a'w.i ju b.i.-iLit If. nd whn thev induce their
tollerior frien.: t. uk ti.is p-ally -aluab.e snedidne,
thev si'l V dti?; a.-t of beiieTo'enre that they easi
well be pi-oud - C jh:t is a pmnrful and truly-msjneal
remedy f r all e;- tero-1 ui-s sorett, swelling, burns,
se., aoU fur m.in iutrrnalatiik'LikiiS. it is a certa.n cure,
yet it is perfi-.-tl h.-truiirv and incapable of producing
the hxit injuriiiai r .i- u in the most delicate cases or
the wcakut an.-iitu::on.
Jt is t-ntir-!.! twli's m t-llt-w the old and worn-out
system of pul iLhinL to thf public Uionsands of eertlfl
mtes of wonders p.TifiiK''l bv tliw medicioe. It eosta
but tweutv-t.ie rents to try it. aid Ur. Bull stake his
edtaru.d r.r.aUth.n mj'tne Kin j of Caia doing all
lnd more thai: 1h -.tiiii fr zt.
We would haw vou tne Kheumatism or Gout;
these are ihi -:mt r?i.pnnkns. and we know thai
toa woal-l lte Ut a.ive tltrai away as sooo as possihfce,
-l.LLI.S KING OF IMIX."
Would u l citrt-1 aiuio5t immdiate1y of Bowel
CooipbiuC iMwiit-TT. r-U'iiiu-r Com plaint. Cholera Mor
bus. Crau-p t U-.;i,-, ib-ud Arbe. ToiU or any other acta
ir paio, Ut Teinetiv is tduipie and the core certain,
L'SL TllZ UK K AT KING CF PAIN.
Would von have your Srvs. SwlUnn. Cuts, Buraa,
Saids. lUrubica, or au oth-r wounds healed, we repeat
k, sue the
MAGICAL KING OK TAIN.
Would you be cured f.f fcrnl 1 UeaJ. Stiff Joints, Sore
frroat, Neurlf ia. rt- Hn-.n-t. Lum-ajo. Tfttrr or King
(Form. Salt Kheuiu. i:it--f Pi-m ;w lnrrts. Chapped
HanU-t. and all otner ji-. t-i:lir br or Kunnin, we
say aaia and aai't. stWiJi i lr. John Lull s
-KING tT PAIN
Would you be rurrj of kind's K-.H. Cancer. Tumors,
Fup:ion. or an d !!. t.f the rt;n eaued by impure
bkx-d. tb-n u lr. Jfbu Hull y.irsapariila iuteruaily,
snd the Km-; of l--n;i extt rru.y. m.tnimc can nessorw
certain than a speedy and etiectual cure.
ER. JOHN BULL'S
Tills medb-iiie- whew nM-d afot-r-liui to direction,
will cure, witnout l-L
or mta .Mi,
of thuHil. !JiupesUS
Tumors, t"lirni.r twr ..
ring Worm or letters. S-aM Heat.
lirseuinatiui. 1'aiHS ia tue lmen ot
Joints, obi ;n- sod tlcurs. Swelling of
tbeuiantis. Svjhiibi. l )-.' pi:t. Salt bhfiun,
Iriseaxesof the iwitiir?- l'i.-uHs ariiTig fron tbw
nse of M errury . l-w f A ppet i: s. I ':iu in the tide and
t boulders. Ueneral Ueliiit. Lumbago. Coughs, Colds,
tntsy, Jaun-liee. Ctivenes. Lro-rn hitw. Weakness of
Cheitt. Sore Throat, Psuint-nary nnH na.udU other
Iiwases tending U prMtu.f3-:sua!ptin. LierComr
plaints. Female lrtfuUri;...i.d O'Diplaints, Low
Spirils.Sick and uerou lia 1 a-l.e. Ni.'bt ?weats,
hxpiwur.. or lnipru:em in Life, t'bnmie Cos
titutiounl l;i-:ijt-s. and m a s'urint; and
Summer Driuk. ami ienerl Tunic tbr the
System, and a ien:ie rnd i'leasan
Puratite, it is supt-rior ts Ulus
Lick and uu-ress Water,
It Is a mnarkaVle Ci.-t, that ami-n; the hun treds of
eminent pbsiiian who Iwis eiaiuiiwl the recipe by
which Bull's rarsiiparilU b prvpsired. nut one has eo
demned it. but all appro It. and commend it in the
highest terms. Maiv p:i ikhns-press themselves
si ron !- in the U-liel iltut i: i deciieUly the test prepsy
ration of SsLPBtPs-irilia tliat hits ever I -ren pLwed befi.re
the public. Altbou-'h the? are aiany phvsii irans wlis
feel a ndurfcmeeh- baviivi th ir na;u.s appended to the
reoouuntiiatkn vf auy nr.i.ular rcinedy. notwitb
standing thev mav apr.fvr f it in the bi ;hw4 deirree;
there are others who frankly yy-ld their support in tavor
of a remetly vbi h tl.c Waow is eapabie of dotn so
much irood in an ail!ii-l-M :uii!Ui ity. As an etiUeuos,
read tho f Uowin- foiu ol t anil rea,-t-ttMf hysictina.
Of high sUUdlIi IU me co:u.:iu
,itr i:i Wsiich Uk'v live
4-Ttimir.r li. th. 11 U.im: rt-j-lt-rs .up-Tflooos
all OJ in me tils on tfc.rrt'.-srj . f hull's .-'ariul ilJ. trss
Dr. L. K VawklL IKIe r cf it-raUtr. in ll Louss
ille Medial 1 JI,- : I li.-- . !.... ovur th. list of in
rrtdnUcomprui J..lin Fall s I'uiufnunil t.xitart at
larsapariila ami l" . fcs-itJti..n in nin- tb.it they
fcrm a safc anupaiii. Jiirt wtliat pruiuws wmMl
thronic diseasvs. to ukh u if n-li i1 1".
IjOCTSTILLS, June S, 1S;S.
jTnat Dr. lv!w. fh"-'. ian br ip"lr.t.nrnt to th.
UuisiilU "Uarinti llu.iul. sbjs f hull s : anatparilla
lVxbviLis. Xwh. 20, 1SUSL
I hare EtamlaM th. pr.TiV r O.. pnTratk)
of John Bull s aorsaiuiri'la-anJ I brlKi. th. comLina
UOB to b. an .xivlWnt go, and well ealrtilatctf r ro
duo. aa alleratir. impro4i si on th. svalem. I ha
wal it bcth In pal IK- an prltate prartic and think
btlsUiabest article of ffarsaparilla vr j,ny fc
Beauicnt FbysWan Uuisrills )ariM lloitai.
IMter testimonT than w erer offers! in of any
MdieinSL Km. W. Srhoo K. i. li Stwrrassn :
I'I-esvilu. Ut iuih. 1M9.
Vet suit, usrd John Bulls fcirsaparula. and har.
taown it to be nstu. wiih .utirs atistirtion : and w.
has. n. h -sitatlon In statins: our bl-t that It b a sats
ud salua'-I. medKal mmpuund. an.l clmUt.J to pro
dncmooh xood and rrlK. much su-nn(.-; and tners
tar. would ehrfull and m.t airnestlj ncumsKinl it
(Siloed) jj. STtVtSSOX.
W. would wrrt-stlr Inrlte all prrwina who ar. suHer
In. with anr of th. ills that tlesh is hrir to. t. 11 on
l John Bull's awnt. a.id t.t a -opt of Bull s Family
Jonrnal TtW: and t th. a. f homanitT w. nop.
hat a siusl. indwidnal .111 not be f .nnd un.lllinKt.
tn Bull s Sarsaparilla a trtal aftor-jvadini. and re
UrtiM, at th. same tl-. that it is iapo-itol t-T th.
Doctor to puMish th. tenlh part of th. nnmher of eer
Ufleates f astoundinr cu pora rn.cd by his I
lUla. The amount of testimony Tolnntarllr sbowerea
d,. Buir, sparilla. frum 11 km... and 4ist.in
KWiahed indiridiial. bi'lh in public and priraM lib, has
t J-lrr Juno Bull s Principal offlrsu W-st Sid, TUIm
tisaihnrst door below dain, Louisnlss, Ky.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
& BAB0LAT 8TBKKT. tl F1FTIX STRKET.
mm" MJiWTORK.1 LOUIS raXR.
rot sls ar
STJOOISTS AND IEKC11A.TS IIIC010U00T Till
TJNITKD STATES, CANADA. MtXICO, ANJ
THB WKST IN DIM
And by B. A. SMITH A Co.DruggisU No. 5 Main St.
. , R MARCHISI'S
I V vrtia'TTT. P iTTTfYT TPfTW
j J CELEBEATED CATKULll.Ua,
- .n PiTCPPrVn Tt7VAI.R4
i fog relIEK V't-ivs, vm oLiiii'..vs
It .nds pre-eminent for it. cnraMve power. In .11
diseases for which it I. recommended usually catieu
Of these are Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb
j i0ur AHis, or Whites; Chronic InHamation
. ceralion of the Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage, oi
Flooding; Painful, Suppressed aud Irreguutr Jlenslrua
.'ion; fccl with all their accon.,.any.ng evil, (Cance
excepted.) no matter how severe.or how long standing.
i The C.tholicon far surpasses other Jvnie.hej , . being
; more certain. Im "'Z V '. 'd oll?
, in a better condition. Lei 1 all " ' ",ta'
a pamphlet (iree , t"-"" 3
J( rncLAble sources.
use; together witn letters irom niguir cicricuceu uj
who have used it in their nractice, and speak
from their own observations.
P. B. Pw-KAA, M. D.. Ltiea, S. T.
L. D. Flihiko. M. V.. Kochester X. T
M. H Milds, M. D., Rochester. S. T
I. Y. Foots, M. I)., Syracuse, '. V
Prof. Di a bas., M. D., Baltimore, M.I
J. C. Onau a, M. I)., Baltimore, Sl.l.
W". W Kckss, V. I)., New-York City
W. Pbemott. II. D . Concord. N. II
J. P. Nr.wi.tD, Jd. D., l tiea, N. Y.
Rev. C. S. 1IIAB.D, Glenn Springs, S.
PhampleU toe ha.1 gratis at the Store of 78. A.SMITH
sr. Co Agents, Druggists, W arren, O. Also sold by L.
W. Mers, North Bioomtield, James K. Sentou, Youu;rs
own, and hy most of the leading Druggists ia the ad
JTfLeiter tidreeee tm the tars Mr. Cmrtie
Hoick, Agent at Raoenna, Oktm.
To Da. M iarnisi : I nave been tea years troubled
with Female Complaints proianaua uteruand all the
attending difficulties; at times rendering my life mos
I have had the attendance t'
best physicians, with but little success; the most they
could do was to relieve a cure was out of Uie question,
. n... m.th. Mora commencing with your mwlicin.
: jj oot been aMe to perlona any ia"or, coui.i 'is
. ... r - . ...... .nH u-jireelv went out ofdoors
; : .1,.. 1 ... roratilutelv nroslrited, botn in mind
. and booy. ana expecien to nm .. j --j-
in .ulfering and misery. Bj:. rea.ung voor a iicnue
ment. I waa indnee.1 to try your inmunuM meuicine
calle.1 I terine Catbolicon. as the last resort. 1 nail not
sed it a week before I felt like another woman. By the
; ns. of liu-ce bottles I was enabled to perform ; 1 'J-e U-
Ihorforsis in the family wlthease, and could w.lk.nv-
1 where in the nei-hborhood without inmry. N.dhlug
: but a sense of my duty to you ar.d to th. afflicted. hM
' indaced me to state niy case to the public I e in safely
recommend th.- preiration to a.l those suue-ing i.kt
V-':: - V
I,eo.ia;, l-o.vo.v. ..o.
IV rKit. 3M Br.iad.av. New T.rk.
Warren. J l-ol y
,,:,,. ,y he has located himself at Newton Falls,
j riue j,,, f ai ,ilca in nse. and of th. Let
I which they will sell on reasonable terms.
rTWe win continue the manufacture of "ikMTIAN
r,LI DS, in all its branches, which we will sell very
l of iloproTe quality, surpassing any hereto
miseraMe. lore otfered to the public- , ,..
Wy wl klj cotinne the manufacture of PASEIs
j, r Uie bAit styles, and of a superior quality.
. ... ... .t:.hlishment will be warranted.
ipiVRTElt'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
TUB TrKEAT PlCIflKR 0 TUB BUX&
J"( Ptrtutt mf JHrr-rf t. it.
I.st Tnsf Aflhteb tin raia!
An InfalliMe Rrirr,! fur 8-:rofaIa. Kipj's Eril, Khesi-
s-atuci. 0!.stuiate C.tai,eos Emj-tluos. l'Lsa?.ls or
I .itnl. s on ! r.w. BI,,tehM. Boils. A ae an.) Fr
, vct, t hr,,c K HiBf Wnrm of Th geM
Ilea. . KnlsrwoM-w an-t P. of tl.e Bone, a.,d Jouts,
DlSil'J', sseOicln. an.) Porilier of
E T.n T.'. V lUo"""-i "I rrateful patients
Z r " 1 " " tify da, , to
con? Pstonl y the srees of
I ' r"UU' i"in. of Ue Skiu. Li,;
KiT: 5r" "-'I- t5or-. AfeetioDS of th.
putto a:;hc b, u,,ns IJ.isSreat.ilil.ei,ure
I .1. 1-I-riU wtJi e y STETr eV -
down "T tne exoesses of timm h tn ; , . . . .
strength. ' " ..loraoa
IT..r Hit Ladies, it i, incomparaldj; hetter tban all tlx
eom.et.es erer ase.t. A few doses of Cts Ss!
T" .l"1 W:" r"DOT11 sallowaess cowpleaioB.
brin the roses mantlioir to ths ebeek -ir. -L.... 1
to the step, and isaprov. the ameral health in a rt
ratrka'.le deg-M, beOBd ,n molieinrt na
Th. larre assl.er of certificates shieh we hare re
eeired from persons from all parts of the United States
is the best erulence that there is no llumboc abooriu .
. iPrt: n i" urates, ph,.,eiaB,, an,l
111, lk00"'a " ,h uily. add their
testimouT to the wonderful effects of thi. UKKAP
BUXiU JTRIJ'IKR. enects Ol una UKkal
Call on the iotsr and get a Circular and Almanac,
and read the wonderful cures this truly greatest of all
Medicines has performed.
None renuine nnless siffned Br.itaEi r A Bssss. Pro
prietors, No. 3, Pearl street, Richmond, V., to whom
all orders for supplies and axencies must be addressed.
For sale b, E. A- Smith Co.. Warrm ; J. Camp
hell. Newton P ills ; B. Brown. Ohlton : . H..i.
GmUtus , 8. W. Mears, BIoomBeld, and by Dealer,
Medicines everywhere. D0,
T IVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Jaundice. Chronic or Nervnn. va.;i;. m
of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arisins- from Disor
iT"1 k'V or Su,B,':h : snch as Constipation, inward
Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the head. Acidity of th.
Stomach. J an sea, Heartborn, Disist for I ood, Fn.
ness or Weight ia the Stomach. Sour Eructtaiona, gink
"lg.?rf,''uu:r.insiatlM pitof th. Stomach, swimming
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult Rrri.,.,.
ina at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations
when in a lyina; posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or
VJelis before the sight. Ferer and Doll Pain in th.
Head, deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of th.
Skin "d Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs.
c Sodden Flnshes of Heat, Burnlas; in the Flesh!
Constant Imagininrs of SrU, and Great Depression of
Spirits can he effectually cured by
Dr. IToofland's Celebrated Cennaa Bitters,
ST?!!? Br- C M" JACKSOS, No. ISO Arch stmt.
Their power orer the abor. diseases is not excelled,
ir equalled, by -any other preparation in the United 1
States, as the cores attest, in many oases after skillful
physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy th.
attention of inralids. Possessing great Tiruuts in th
rectification of diseases f the Li rer and lesser glands,
exercising the most searching posrsrs in weakness and
allecuons of the digestire organs, they are, withal
safe, certain and pleasant.
TESTIMONY FROM OHIO.
Jon Hoftwak. Jeromesrille, Ohio, May Juth. 1S51
said : -I write to slate for your satisfaction, and all.
for that of others, that your German Bitters is what yon
recommend it to be. a highly raluabte medicine, which
I know from baring used it in my own family to my
entire satisfaction. All whs hare nsed H girt the same
STcrat. A. Mult, Canton. Ohio, May 11, 18S3,
says: "Having heard your German Bitters highly
recommended Irom sources in which I placed much
confidence, I ordered four bottles from Cleveland. One
of them I gave to my daughter who has derived great
benefit from it ; two of the others I sold immediately,
and I would like tow to send me a supply of It to sell.
Jons Class, Brunswick, Ohio, May 26. 1854. says :
"Your German Bitters have proved successful in every '
come io my knowledge, and has opened
for itself n great demand.
Thoxas Larn-Hrocn. Covington, Ohio, Dec. 27th,
1&43, says : -My wife has be. a affected wfth th. tl...
complaint tod Dyspepsia for a number of years, daring
which time I have spent a great deal for doctoring, nut
she received very little henent therefrom, and finally
the doctors mid she could not be cured. Last spring
she concluded to trv toot Bitters: she took twn hotel..
and ever since taking them she has been able ts attend
to her business, until very lately she had a new attack .
out nas again commenced the Bitters. I have sold
quite a nnmher of bottles through her recommendation,
and as far as I can learn, it has given satisfaction to
D. Abbott, Anstinburgh, Ashtabula county, Ohio
December 5th, lco3, says "Permit me to bear testi
mony to the remarkable efficacy of your medicine in '
the cur. of Liver Complaint. For years previous to
takiny your Bitters. I was severely afflicted with Liver
Complaint ; so much so that I did not expect to live ;
but by a free use of your medicine, than!:; to a kind
Providence. I find myself entirelv restored to health
and able resume my employment.
These witters are entirety vegetmeLe nnd frsje from
Alcoholic stimulant and all injurious ingredients, mild
in their operation, they strengthen th. system, never
For sale by E. A. Smith ck Co., and Porter ; Co.
..arren ; G. llazlett, Gustatus ; "J. S. Mears, Bloom
field ; J. Campbell Newton Falls, and by Dealers in
Medicines everywhere. nor 29 ltt5-y
V0UXG LADIES' SEMINARY OF
X ntDSON THE FALL SESSION of this In.
ititatioQ wilt open on .Uondaj, the 11th day of Septem
TUITION CHARGES :
Elementary branches, including U. S. History,
Watts on the Mind, etc., per quarter of 11
weeks. $4 CO
Academic course, - - - 50-
Music Piano or Melcdeon, 24 lessons - - 8 00
Use of Instrument, - - - . 8W
Drawing or Painting ia Water Colors, per or.. . 3 00
Oil Painting, per qr ..... ft 00
trench, - ..... 3 UU
la order to meet the expressed wants of the commu
nity for larger accommodations and to adapt the course
of instruction more perfectly to the age and attainment
of the pnpils, a
has been constituted, for which a convenient room baa
been secured adjacent to those now occupied, and is
in successful operation. The tuition chargsa in this de
partment will be Three Dollars.
Parents or guardians and other friends of education
are respectfully inrited to visit the Instituticn at any
boar during the daily sessions which may suit their
eon Ten ie nee.
UCs Pupils are specially requested aa they would
make satisfactory progress in their studies, to be pres
ent on the first day of the term.
Hudson, April 4, lr-54.
Having had some opportunity to become acquainted
with the present Principal and assistant in the Young
Lailicrs' Seminary of Hudson. ami their successful labors
in commencing and conducting it thus far, we take
pleasure in confidently recommending the institution
to the patronage of the community as one in which may
be secured the henent of a thorough, eleTaced and re
fined odncatwn for young ladies in a superior derree
and congratulate the people of Hudson and the rieinity
pea the establishment of such a Seminary ander s s
happy auspices We are happy to know that it is in
tended to provide in this Institution the mears and fa
cilities of an education of the highest order.
RET. O. E. PIERCE, Pres. W. J. W. SMITH,
PROP. H.N. DAY, R. Col. WM. H. SESSIONS,
DR.O. P.ASHMTN. RET.J.C HART,
REV. N. BARRETT, H0N.V JL III H PDRET
PROP. N. P. SEYMOUR, REV.T. B. FAIRC1HLJ,
A. A. BREWSTER, KEY. HARVEY COS.
Uudson, April 26, l?54-y
OUT FOR T II EC
OHIO CLOTHING STORE, JTm. IT, y -li
Jlaim Street Harm. Oktm.
The subscrilrcrs would inform the customers and the
public in general, that we hare now on hands, and are
constantly manufacturing s full and complete stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing for Men and Boy's wear,
which, owing to the recent decline in prices wtlf and
are bound to be sold a Itttle Cheaper lien fas Cis
ssr. We will not be UNDERSOLD any.
We hare on hand a targe stock of 0-rer Coats.
Drsa and Business Coats of all kinds ; Pants and
Vests of every quality, style and color now in use ;
Rubber Over Coats, Under-shirts. Drawers, Fine White
Shirts, Collars, Cravats, and in fact everything kept ia
an Establishment of the kind.
We also have or hand a large stock of Cloths, C-asi-meres,
Vestings. kc to sell or make up to order ou
the shortest notice.
Jl Warranted to fit or no sale.
titrntlemen, ane ana su, you are respecouiiy inviivj
to call and examine our Goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. You will save monev hy so doing
J. f ITE 4b SON.
Warren, Nov. 1, lt-54. - .
T, ANNINO MILLS ! FANNINb
JL MILLS I ! The undersigned take this method of
informing the fannino public, that still continuing- to
mannfxrtur. Fannkif Hills, thev have so far improved
i the same as to he able, not only to take out foul seeds
from Urain, better and faster than any other null now
in nse. but also to perfectly separate, or take out, the
rat dirt that may be lodged in the same.
They can also take Timothy, Clover and Flaxseed in
h. rh.arr. and bv once running it through, can make it
! JJJJ "'2
; d;:jmeoUri,. th, wint, ,d are such
I " ; ...i... i. , niK., .Ill nunL Thev
, M who nceU mUl!, w ,no eiamine theirs
; Mon prching elsewhere; and as their m.i.s are
j warranted, they can run no risk of being im
I p. upon with a poor mill.
J?, JaiVy W.;CRTI3 A S0X3.
, wmCAL NOTICE B. M0RT0A ,
31 M. J. P.rr.A,ATmc . Bota.c Pwrstc., a
I ,,,011. inform the Iuhli cener-
where be will attend to air calls in hi. profession, at
his OlHce or al private dwnlings.
Dr. M. will pay particular attention to all kinds of
of oid Chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Liver
Complain, diseases of the Lungs, Kidney, Skin.
n.. h.t.. anhmatie Afflictions, and all diseases
I arising from an imot stale of th. hloeul. Also all
diseases peculiar w uie icmk
lrr. Morton's remedies are purely vetotamle and th.
wofrr-rare, discanling poisons of every kind, both
mineral, vegetable and animal. II. will also keep .IT
hand all kinds of Botanic Medicines, both simple and
compound; Tinctures, Syrups, Bitters, Liniments, Ac.
fcc. for sale. , a ...
Newton Fall.. Nov. 2, nov B-tf.
X'lT'ARREN SASH, Blind and Door
1 f Fartory, Market Street, Bast of the Bank, War
ren, 0. The undersigned, having entered into eopart
nerihip I., the manufacture of 9ASH. , BLIN D3 d
.......J : . i.OKnf,.. k.n . hree stock of Sash, both
i m UJl nothing but tu. boat ;ua"vy i"".""
i . . i . .... r 1 ... workmen. In our en
' .r no.iu.gn. we will keep pace with
.........nr. in in.r iiu...""-. . .
,. ta , oJ WBrk in tne nasttra i'u"- ;
w, woud a;i wishing u vurscase tneaoove ar-
I iclf . , Uu t our olBos where w. wsU b. fonnd at air
h,)jrs fcf th. liaTi for we shall give asr constant per
tonal .usuuaa to to. ... -J"
jan 19. .
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be. aold, si
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ca.l soon and examine.
JAS V(COXNEL it CO.