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[From the Danbury Times] LITTLE BOYS ABED BY JOS. HALBERNE. Jut tlie clock i telling The evening hour of eight. Out j)eak oar cruel father : -Cliildrcn, it' getting late, fut op your books tad play-thing. , William and John nd Fred I""' i "J - 'n brief moment. ' .,' .TTc're -little boy abed." V -! '-' - OL! how we; hate Uiat striking That make u leave our play. And will not let as linger, ' "' Bii haste to bed away. Vpka'J, -Oh,' father, mother, . i' . ' Just a few ruinate more!" ' .nt no! our course i pointed " 'Sjuight to "the bed-room door. .Then when we feel the bed -cloth's All sncgly tacked about, "We tell each other stories. Until we're all talked out, Tlieo on will go to mumbling, "While none will understand. And soon we all hare journeyed " Into the dreaming land. ' All night in quiet slamber Our wearied form repose ; . . Ah! "ti a kind of heaven . .. " Beneath (hose sheltering clothe, Tor heaven, mother tells us, I where ere peace and "rest, Ji nd when are we with either Uore than in sleeping, blest ? - .Then, in th fresh, clear mornitrg, 1,' When we have slept away ' '.The weariness and trouble' TBut came with "yesterday. The sun returns from resting And treads his shining track, 1 v "Cringing; ihe light of day -tirei And ail its blessings, back. - ?- . J3ut then, we wont get np yet, " Oh! not a bit of that 1 It is a noble season -:. ' " For reading, play or chat ; - & one will throw 'the pillows, - ' And one will kick the clothes, ' . 1 A . rnmA .k.n. ..-.It v ',. A bolster hit hi n'oseC "' ' :"- Onr parent hear the hubbub. And tell cs to arise, But a we fear their voice, "!; -; T ''" "We tightly eioM our eyes. And when they come to see us, --- Theyfind as fast asleep ' .Though," it may Be our faces Our secret poorly keep. " Sleep on, oh, darling children, ; . Indulge your boisterous play, . , - Ears' all this fun and frolic, This pleasure, while you may For, though you live a life-time, It must, alas! be said. Ton neverwere more" happy, than . When.'little boys abed !" BY JOS. HALBERNE. Soundside, Oct. 1858. HOW TaSECOYEE A LPST DOS. ' A gentleman residing in Cincinnati, . Recently lost a half grown Newfoundland dog. In advertising his loss in the pa- .. jje ;3 subject to fits of temporary (. . hydrophobia, and it will be advantageous .to return him, as he will doubtless prove a troublesome, visitor to any one not en- tirely acquainted with the treatment and car of that disease. Notwithstanding this peculiarity, he is very valuable to the owner, who will liberally pay any person who will return him to the above ""'" address." The next day, at a very early hcur, a .lad, pale with apprehensions,' appeared at the address' specified, leading "Ro meo.." iWhen questioned closely about the -dog's conduct while in hia possession, -j ; ahe said that e had one fit 1" TheCincinnatijCejnmeTci'aJ must bear .the blame for this anecdote. A Cohsoisckr m Art. A down- . . . easier strayed into the square in front of . . .the City .Hall yesterday morning, and , .planted his brogana firmly in front of the . . . , bronze statute of Franklin, looking up- , ward to the benignant face of the old ' philosopher with great apparent interest JL,"What old feller's likeness is that ?" at led be cf a by stander. ir. i .-. "That, rir, is the statute of -Benjamin Franklin." " " l J. ' "Statew of Franklin, ehl well I've read ; all about him. Putty good fellow in his ... , way. Nevert much in the revojushun, was great on soft sodderin the French. .But I say jeou, how hote darned ytU.tr JU teatfBoeton Herald. T . As Irish preacher was .considerably annoyed, (as many before and since have ' likewise been, ) by persons getting up - , nd going out of church during the ser " mon. His patience being exhausted, be " stopped ;hfs discourse, ."ind -In ,a rowdy .way exclaimed : Go on my lad, I've seen the tcp of t jwir.b.ead,that's enougTi." . The fellow turned around, and with an angry, menacing look, muttered; "I'll aee you again, air." 4 -j "Ton had better see me now," replied ' the preacher, "for when J'm in the pul . .pit J fight for the Lord Jesus, but when ' I'm out of it, I fight for myself. ': Eaid old Mrs. Philanthrop the other day accosting a precious urchin in the atreet, with a wardrobe remarkable for I; - Its ventilating advantages : "Bubby, why dont yoa go home and have your mother sew up that awful hole in your trowsers t" v 9h, you git out, old o'Dian,. was the tu. respectful reply, "our folks is econs V, mizin, and a bole will last longer than a patch any day." ' The old lady's honest sympathy was wasted, while the youngster beat a re treat round the corner, displaying a fit; - of trace in the rear. - - '. ' ffi heard' a man eall ancther man an . extortioner the other day for suing him a day or two before. Why, my -friend," replied the man who brought the mit, "I did it to oblige r -.you." . "To oblige mo indeed -;how so ?" 4 - ."Why to oblige yoa to pay me." - ."Mr native city has treated me badly,' ,-'-!"aa!d a drunken vagabond, "but I lore her itilL" "Probably," replied a gentleman, s. 'ier tfl is all you do love." When Is a fish like a bird ? When it " lalres a fly " - t tl. Bl UtTT. J . U S;.frir .irvrt. i levr:;t 4.0. S- C. WHITING & CO.. iiviiuif-u-uo- of t'lioicn CoDf-o;t.narii atJ V:n,l'fci: m 1 Retail Ifjiler m t'oreieu frttito , liintt?i. t'i:.-rt aiitl U Delicacie in thejir Seaioi, No. I II Suerior Street. S. BAT MO D. PITCH &DA.HS. GO., Wholesale O RAYMOND & Dealers in Foreien and Domeitie Drv Goods. Carpets. Oil Cloths, and Wall paper. No. 63 superior street. Clerelsnd. Ohio myt s. . rsva. a. s. SOSWSI.L, m. rsc PECK. BURWELLi CO., Wholesale and ReUll dealers In Foreign and DomeiUc Dry Goods Silk and Straw Bonnets, Trimmings, Varieties. Ac, at the sipa of the Vai 1rv Gooim Stork, VaaGorders Block, Warren, Ohio. KINO & BROTHER, Dealers iu Watcliea, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and Brittanlk Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, ate. Ko. 9, Uain street. Warren" O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches carefully repaired and warranted. soar TDDINGS Sc MORGAN, Dealers iu A Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, CrocU Hardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, fcx., at the r of Ihe t mirt start, Warren, O. Ct M. MOSER, Dealer? in Foreign, and Domestic Dry Goods, 'hardware. Groceries. Qeensware, Beoti. Shoes. Bt, Caps, Heady Made C lotuing, .e.. Market Str; Warren, O. wig I PARKS & ViNTZ, Dealers in For- -a cicn and Lomestie Drr Goods. Croelcerv. Boots. owes ana ather, carpeting. Taper Hangings, win dow Shades, Heady Made Clothing, Ac, always cheap pirreauy pay at the New-York Store. JVAUTROT, Importer of Gold and Bilwer Watches, and dealer in Jewelry. Silrer n are, c Market Btreet. Warren, O. apr 3U ib. PACKARD Vk BARNUM, (Succes- -A- tors to Warren Packard,) Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fore if a and American Hardware, iron. rainu, and carriage irunnuns;s. the "Tall Brick, Warren. O. llaiuifartiirtrs. W. B. MmXL, WI. TATLOS, HALL & TAILOR. Manufacturers of Harness. Saddles. Trunks. &c. Carriage Trimmers. Farminguin. Trnm. Co . O. decy cawarasrCAB. kowaio iritt, jr. LTTHIX p. CSAIL EDWARD SPEAR & CO., A Tanufacturers and dealers in Lumber, I'M. Bough and Dressed. Doors. Blinds. Sash, Floor ng 8idiog, Shingles -and Lath, No. 1 Canal Street, warren, vaio. iJane its, . T t A. C. McCONNELL. Manufac- O tarers of Mens. Womebs and Childrens BOOTS & SHOES. ' A good aisortment ef onr own make of work always en sand at the old stand, ao.su Main Street, Warrrn, Ohio; - - ' (March, 'St". w. H. HDt.l.J fmiXDCM MKOSUST. FRANKLIN FOODKT. IV H. HULL & CO., Manufacturers T T of ImproTcd Steam Engines, Iron and Brass roanaers ana uiuwrigbu, corner or bouth 4c Liberty bis., t arren, xjutv O. H. Patth,....-. Emckbor OrnTCKs. OATCH fe OPDYCKE, Dealer4 by X Wholesale and Rett.il. in Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Trimmings, and AUTjufaeturers of Uarness, baddies. Trunks, Sec. Hast side Main St., Warren. O. M. BIHCUAKD. J. W. TYLEH. RIRCHARD fe TYLER Attorneys ftt J Law. Office en Main Street, one door sooth of tne uaskiil Uouse. Feb. 16. 59. i. m. cox. a. sr. KATurr. COX & RATLIFF, ATTORNEYS. OOc ea Liberty 8 treet, directly opposite the East side ol the Jonrt Uocse, HL. BURNETT, Attorney at Law, and General Collector. Warren. 0. Office east of the Court Uouse, in the odes formerly occupied by Hon. B. FIIoCman. Jan. 27. 'i.J UH. IIUTCHINS, Attorney at Law, Office orer Smiths 4 McOombs Store. Warren. Ohio. jan 13. "SSI a. y. ccaTiss, u. w. sati-rs. CURTISS & SMITH, i ttorneys and Counsellors at Law. I V Office in the old Clerk's Office, north side of the Public Square. Warren, Ohio. mer5 AZOR ABELL, Justice of the Peace, and Attorney at Law. Office OTer Smiths sad McComhs' Store. Warren. Ohio. janSl L. & A. O. FULLER, Attorneys at Law, Office over Pmii-a at JdcCombs Store. Cor er Block. Warren. O. Jan. 1st 1S54. ly JF. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, Warren. Tnsnboll Co.. 0. l HITTLESEY AD AMS, Notary V V Public and General Collector, Warrsn, 0. JOY & NELSON, Physicians and J Surgeons, Kast of the Bank, Market St War- ren. Ubio. Feb. 93, '5. eT. DAVIS, M. D., Physician & Sur- Maln Street Wassii O. E.V W. TOWNSEND, M. D.. Homeo- American Hotel. Office hours, from 10 to 1! o'clock A.M. msry VT J. RICE, M. D., Physician and 1.1 Surgeon BracsyiUe Center, Trumbul 1 Co 0 feb4-y DR. R. S. STERRETT, Surgeon Den tist. Teeth inserted on Gold Plate, from one to an entire set. Particular Attention paid to first denti tion. All operations carefully performed and warran ted. Office at Beta Hayes , Burg Hill, Trumbull Co., Ohio. feb27-Cm JOHN B. & JULIAN HARMON, Physicians and Surgeons, office Horth side of the Public Square, W arren, O. oci iu y DR. W. M. HORTON, Physician and Surgeon. Centre of Fowler, Trumbull Co., 0. Marsh IS, lis-tf. Cflmmissiira ipnttymti. a. a. bwaks. T. aoELST, C. B. HOSLXT. . a. casw. EVANS, MORLEY & CHEW, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Darenport, Iowa. Western Heserre Cheese, Uutter, and vned Fmits sold on Commission July 89, !Sa7-ly. r. . SAwro-.a Huan, ja. BABCOCK & HURD, Wholesale GROCERS and 0OMM1SSI0N MERCHANTS, and dealers in FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LI4U0K3. Also, Manufacturers of the Best Quality of Confection aries. Agents for Cincinnati Satire Wines, N. 16, Water Btreet, uereiano, u. IB. CANFIELD, Commission and Forwarding Merchant, and Wholesale Dealer in Western Reserve Cheese, Butter, Lard, Pork. Bacon, Pot and Peari Ashes, Saleratus, Linseed and Lard Oil, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally, Sos. 141 and MS Front street, Pittsburgh, Pa feb23 Camp'S IlOtel. A. CAMP, Pro prietor; Market Street, one door east of W. E. Ban k. Warren. 0. ;Dec. 2-2. JOHNSON HOUSE, John R.Surburg, Proprietor, Clerelaod. Obio VTATIONAL HOTEL. A. Chapmak A. s Proprietor. East side of the Public Sijuare, Warren. Ohio. EAGLE HOUSE, by Geo. T. Hull, Market street. Warren, 0. Fifth door east of the Bank. soars T. Crawford. PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER. Studio In ths rooms fonnerW occu pied by Robbins ck LeRoy, as a Daguerrian Gallery Smith's Block, Warren. Ohio. All persons sre respectfully Invited to call. Warren, June S3. It58-f. lift.2A2XTIr 15 JJ "ST DBS, IM William F. Porter is bow prepared to execute aii kinds of Wood Xngraying oa short notice. and in a superior manner. i.eaT your orders at W. N. PORTER at SON'S Bookstore. Warrsn 0. April id. 157. A JIAGXIFICEXT STOCH OF HATS AND CAPS, Jnst reeeiwed at K. A. WOODS, ho. 12, Market St., Warrsn O. V. B The highest market price paid tn cash for batting and shippins furs. Oct. 20th, SS-tf rPHE REASON WHY That wonder- - L 'ul book yoa read about 90 eooles Just reeeired as ADAMS' LIFE OF WASHINGTON By Washington Irvine, beautifully illustrated and bound. Also Irvine's I ignetts 13 mo with en prev ious, at PORTER dt BON'S. SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS too numerous to think or giving a list of them. aMr that way can always bo had at ADAMS' BOOKSTOiE. on th best terms, especially la e.oan ti tles. , PORTRAITS OF MY MARRIED WtkTSSVS, r a paep s Hymsns Frngdom : prloe ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. Onre, FO THE SEEOY Cl'FE OW Iuiormil'pi.t rt-ver, or I-Vver aud A;ur, Ktimtt. ut Fever, Chill Fcvi-r, Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache, or Uilious Headache, and Bilious Fevers, iudced for the whole class of disease oriiji nating in biliary derangement, caused by the JUalaria of miasmatic countries. No one remedy is louder called fur by the necessities of the American people than a sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Such we arc now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise tram, its use in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must be of immense service in tho communities where it prevails. Pretention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This Cciie " expels the miasmatic poison of Feveb and Ague from the system and prevents the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this ctass of complaints, but also the cheapest. The largo quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the reach of every body; and in bilious districts, where Fever axd Aon prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protection. It is hoped this price trill place it within the reach of all the poor as well as the rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and cer tain cure of Intcrntittents is, that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro duce no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitution. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disorder arise from its irritation, among which arc Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Karache, Catarrh, Asth ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels Colic, Paralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, a'.l of which, when originating in this cause, put on the intermittent type, or become period ical. This Cuius" expels the poison from the Uood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi grant and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the in fection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in sutlieicnt quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more valuable for protection titan cure, and few will ever suffer from Intermittent if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC, are so composed that disease within the ran?e of their action can rarely withstand or evade them. Their penetrating properties search, and cleanse, wind invigorate every portion of the human organ ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these properties, the invalid who is bowed down with pain or physical debility is astonished to find his health or energy restored by a remedy at once so simple and inviting. Not only do they cure the evcry-day complaints of every body, but also many formidable and dangerous diseases. The agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac, containing scrtiticates of their cures and directions for their use in the following complaints : Costive nest, Hrarthitrn, Ucadache arising from disordered stomach, Moused, Indigestion, I'aiu in and Morbid Inaction o f the Boirett, Flatulency, Lost of Appe tite, JcwAice, and other kindred complaints, arising from a low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. They are an excellent alterative for the renovation of the blood and the restora tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, KB. TUB RAPID CURB OF Cotsghs, Colds, Inflncnra, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in advanced stages of the disease. So aide is the field cf its usefulness and so nu merous sre the cases of its cures, that almost every section of country abounds in persons pub licly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When once tried, its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape observation, and where its virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote t employ fur the distressing and dangerous affections of tho pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate. While many "inferior remedies thrust upon the community have failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits Pvl the afflicted they can never forget, and pro duced cures too numerous and too remarkable to be forgotten. TREPAEED BY DR, J. C. A1E.R & CO. LOWELL. MASS. E. A. SMITII k CO. Warren 0. fimflGiUTOf.! TRRPARRD BY PR. SAXFOKD, Compounded entirely from GDIS, IS OVB OF THE IirST rt'RflATfVR AXI LITER MR ll.ClN'KX now before ths rut-lie, ihmt acta as Cntkariic, cuticr, miMcr, uhI mor cfT-rlnal :lian anj other mesjirine known. It m not only a CitMariir, hut Lirtr rni?ly, acting frr on lira Lirr to ojrx-t Itt morbid matter, then on tit ttomacb and bowelt In carry off that matter, tbiw nreompl thinr two purposes ctfect st all, wrthotit anruf the painful feeliiijra a&teriettroi in the opeia ii.i3 of moat Crhartiat. It atretirtben the vateni at the Mime lime that it purg it ; and when taken daily in moderate, dotea, wili UreiigiiieD and build it np witb tintuiiiu rapidity. The IvsTtr i one of the) principal rtrulator of the nitman bmly ; ana mhea it ' pcrsoimt tt miter want weil. ru powers or tne ayaieni are : pw ti clmoa entirely deatdent Litrr tar the prOer pariorm- ttomacb is at fault, tbebowela 1 ijtlem auffers in ctMiaeqiivnce ; sj haviuff ceased to do iu duty, i Kan, on of lite proprietors j practice of more than twenty ! wherewith to ooontermct ttw j ftiily developed. lUtttamari on the healthy actios of tit mceof iu function; when the are at fault, and the whole ot one rtrn :b l-l ver For the diie.es of that or baa soasie it bis study, in a years, t find som resoedy luany derail,; eta ecu to which To pore thai fh ta remedy i ! P5 at lat found, any person troa bled with 11 re r Com-' A .plaint, in any t its lorma, baa bm to try a bottle, and j 0 lonvictiou in certain. Theae Cioms remove all I morbid or Wad matter from the system, eupplyiufrin their 3 'place a bealihy How of bile. inrtfroraiirir the ainraarrj, puriryt ii s Use blood, I P0t whole inacbarterT, leuovuielk effecting a radical cm. . lllllona attarkd are caiwin; tood to direst well. Ci vine ton aad beairb to lb cured. licl. Whnt Is um at the better, pre tcii tetl by i Us iiivcr Ativiormior C nc dose after eating is snf and orerent the food from I fident to Tliere tb stomac rir-iwfr and onriitg. retiruc pravcuu lVlglit" nfrht. Wkssa tb bowels Only oa dot taken before marc Only on doae taken at fcntly, axd eorea Co-t3 'tivene, One dns taken after each BM meal wilicure Drsieala ? "me di"re of two tea Sick Ucatlarhe. ; On bottle Ukea for fe- cans of th disease, and i Only oo dose immediately , apooafols will aiuaj tae male obtTnctfm remove the makes a reriert core, relieve i ltolle, while a sura cur for Cholcrai of C'liolera. needed to throw out ef tbe One done often repeated i Blorbna, and a prevcotir lulsr ana knltla it rrairtn tlis cfTecte of snedi-1 TW cin alter a loc sicknea. ston bit( taken tor Jannaiceicmoeilsal- On do? trken a short i i ttim before eatinr tires I- ror to tbe appetite, and make4 t F") food diircM well. on do often rcpraard ( A3 lentes Droit I e Illar rhora in Ms worst fornis. bile Summer bowel complaints yield nc or two rtass cares 'at-1 aUnoat to ibe litst do?. tacks cananl byAVoiHU in Children: ihcra Is do surer, I lbs world, at it mrrjtiU. ssitcr, or peeoier rctucdy m A lew ooiues cores: Dropsy by exciting tb mraiAtng tM mMiHn, as a Auac, Mil U Fever, lua Type, It operates aie williin; it tcslily to its absorbents. I Heut pTanre m reeom - preventive tor KCYCS atiict agd all Kevrra of a Itil- with certaiut v, ani litD-iifisinis wonderful virtues. j All who use It arc trl-rlmr their nnanfmnns 9-Mix AVntrr In tltr month with fhs Inv go rat or, and swallow bo tit together.1 THE UVER INVIGOHATCH IR A Rt'IKXTlFlC MF.IHi Af. DISCOVERY, and H dsHy workiikr curea, almost too rrmt to believe. It cures as if t.v tajnc, r I4 Jlrit firing lkU and fcrMom ir.ort thai ono bottle la re)mrcl to cum any kind o.' Ilver CvRiflaint, from the wrt imraWirt or fj-jin io a ruma-on rotweae. mu m auKU an iuj ixauit u a SJlsroavo al VflTV rKioa Of do u. a a rsa aorruc Dr. SAKFOBD, PropHsnor. 35 Broa4way, 5w York. Retailed by all Dntcfiats. SoJdaJmt flepSVy TT00D3 & PEW. Warren. O J. W. SARGEANT, ARcrAcrraxa ars dcauk ia LOOKING GLASSES. PICTURE FRAMES. GILT MOULD LXGS, OVAL FRAMES, Daguerreotypes and Pholograp'as. Operators are partienlarly requested to examina my stock and prices. ENGRAVINGS, OIL PAINTINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, Tor Grecian Oil Paintinc a large atook of the latest paiilicatioDs. MAHOGANY FRAMED GLASSES, Wholeaaie and KetaiU at low figure. OLD PIOTCEB FRAMES UK GILT. LOOKING GLASS PLATES, all sises. by the box or single light. (Old) No. SB (New) 21S. Marble Block, Oct S7, "iS-lia . Superior 8L Cleveland, O. TNSTRUMEXTS Hodge's Improved L Midwifery Inslrments.F:ne Pocket Instruments, Bcaringators k. Cupping Glasses. Fine Dental I.ntru ments and Lancets, at WOODS at PEW'S. PATENT FIRE K1NDLERS. a new intention, cheaper than s'jsvings. at 90 eents a box.at ST-KWAKT'i- OLD STAND. Jan 19. 59. - FRESH TEAS we can warrant the quality and flavor superior the price. flrtT eents. sttfa NEW VORK STORE. YOU CAN FIND HENDERSON'S OelehrsteaOoru Planters. t - FREEMAJt'S. A sue MANUFACTURERS Q An Wliolesale Healers 13 No. 6 "WATEB STREET, (nAKKXTji aciLsntoa,) Drs. Palmer & Sawyer, DENTIST'S. 0 FFICE on Hi"h Street, 2 doors East of the American Ilooje. Warren, 0. mar 'M If DENTISTS. OFFICE corner of Market and Main Streets, over Smith If McComba Store, Warren, 6hio. MarS.'W.l A. Z. " SO Zi s tit -si ( 13 te - o o S5 O J ee OT CTJ! X 3 ; O -.e ZD as i S5 ft. a O " O o S Si 2 at) 5 i:W .-asi O, 2,- O. m -j aw an olirZ; S DOCTOR HOOFLAxS'D'S CELEBRATED OEHMI B1TTEHS, WILL SFFKCTCALLT TUBB LITER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Clonic mr .-ra Dfbili-f. Diieaset of the Kid- net and all diseases &risimg mm disordered Liver or Stomach 8ach as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood to the Heatl, Acidity of th Stomach, Nansea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, .Si a hit a jr or Flattering M the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Viaion, Dots or Wens before the Mpht. Fererand Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency ot Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back, Chest, Limls, &C, Sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning in the Fleah. Constant Ima ginings of Eril and Ureal Depression of Spirits. The proprietors, in calling the attention of the pub lic to this preparation, do so with a feeling .f the at mnst confidence in its virtaes and adaptation to the diseases for which it is recommended. It it no new and uulrivl article, hut one that has stood the t(t of a ten years trial before the American people, and its reputation and sale are anriralled by any similar preparation extant. The testimony in its favor given by prominent and well-known Physicians and iiidit-idualsin all parts of the country is immense, and a careful perusal of the Almanac, puhlishaJ annu ally by the proprietor, ana to ie naa gratis oi any of his Agents, caunot but satisfy the most skeptical that this remedy ia really deserving the great cclvbrity it has oltaiESi. DR. IIOOFLAND'S BALSAimO OBBML FOR THE SrCEDT Ct'MB Of Cough, Colds, ajfaeaia. Croup , Hoaes. Bron e hit is. finsMDM, Disease of ths Bowels arising from Colds. Jnctpicut Comsmmptioa mud for lie re lirfmnd (' at all possible) ears mf Patiemts tm ad vanced stages of ths latter disease. This celebrated preparation, like the Bitters, may be confidently relied on. It is designed for a class of diseases more general and more laial than any other to which the people of this country are subject thos; springing from 'slight cold That eminent author ity. Dr. Bell, says: "1 will not say that Colds are to our inhabitants what the Plague and Yellow Fee er are to those of other countries; hut I can aver confidently that ihey usher in disease of greater complicity and mortality than these latter A further proof of the terrible fatality of diseases resulting froma'ccacac! may beaten by a glance at the following statistics, taken from the records of the Board of Health of Philadelphia, confessedly one of the most healthy localities it? the Union: lexi. Total deaths in Phi'adelpbia, 10 ,20 1 Died of Consumption, 1,912 - or other diseases ,uou in stun ber). 8,349 -lo.eni 9,749 IB33. Total deaths. Died of Consumption, - of all other diseases. 9,T49 1654. Total deaths. Pied of Consumption, of all other diseases. 11, 14 1J.I3I From these figures it will be seen that nearly one fonrth of the total deaths in the country are caused by consumption, to sa7 nothins of the numerous other diseases sr.ringrinz from a 'slight cold. Do not trine with your health; but, if suffering from a cough, or cold on the hinjrs. buy a bottle of II OOP LAN b'a BALSAMIC CORDIAL, and you ny safely count on a cure. Thousands hare done so, and hare certified to its wonderful effects. Coughs sometimes proceed f-om a disordered ordys peptic state of the stomach, in which case the German Bitters shonld be used. In cases of weakness or gen eral delii lity ol the system, resulting from a protracted cough, the German Bitters will be found of great ben efit. Prepared onlyfcy Dr. CM. Jackson. 418 Arch Street, Philadelphia, and for sale by Druggists snd Store keepers throughout the Cuited States and Canada. Price 75 cents per bottle. LOCAL AGENTS: E. A. Smith & Co., Warren; En sign & Scuie, Newton Falls; Dr. Jones. Farmiugton; Williams & ?'quit). Mesopotamia; Howe it Green. N. Illoomfield; Ernst ie llahns. Orangeville; B. Brown, Ohlton. Janl'Jy BENJ. GilfMEL! Has just recci?ed a large assortment of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Ladies and Gents, Buffalo Overshoes, Guin Overshoes, Sandals and Slip pers. Together wl'h a lnrge lot Sole Leather. French Cslf snd Kip Skins, Morocco, Kid Linings and Bind ings, Avis, Pegging, Sewing snd stitching. Boot Cord, Boot trees. Boot Web, Bones slick snd stitch. Crimping Rosrds and Irons. Colts,' Coaco and com mon. Cork. Soles, Eyelette Machines and Kyeletts. French d English Galloors. Hammers, Instep Leathers. Kuivcs Silver ctel, and Cast Steel. French Wheels. Box Wheels, Fudge Wheels, Shank Wheels an.l Stitch Wheels Mens and Womens fore part Irons, -F rench Irons, double and sin-rle. Stamps, Strap awls. Site sticks. Rhand Files, Welt Knives, sliou der sticks. Long sticks. Laces Silk, Linnen and Cotton : EDglieh lasting. Last Hooks, Lasting tacks. Lasts Men's, Women's, Boy's Misses' fand Children's Measure Straps, heel nails, round headed and zinc nails. Peg floats. Pincers, Nippers, punches. Rasps, Kat.bers or sand stones, soap stone, shoe lifts, shoe threads, Ac. All to be found at No. 6. Alain St., W arren. Ohio, at the very lowest prices. Nov. 3, 'jij- O ADDLES AND HARNESS. KJ The firm of PATCn A ALLISON, having been dissolved, and the business divided. the manufacturing of Harness, bsddles, &C, will ftereaiter be carried oa by the subscriber, in the building formerly occupied by JOHN FITK.asa Clothing Store, nearly opposite the old stand of Patch c Allison. The subscriber is fully prepared with an ample supply ol Trimmings. and stockof all kinds. forths Manufaetureof anything in his line. A good supply of HARNESS, SADDLES, TRLNkS, &c, constantly on hand, which he will be happy, at all times, to exhibitto his old friends, aad new customers. . js. u. ALLIsU-v Wsrren, April 23. ISM. MILLINERS and all others wanting MiUinrry Gfils. are invited to eall at the WerrtK Dry Go.da St.rt, where they can see every vsriety ef Bonnets, a good stock of Ribbons and Ruches. also the largest and most complete assortment of French snd American Flowers ever offered in this market, all of which will he sold whnlessle-or retail at the lowest prires. PECK. BURWELL l( CO, .Arril 91. IMS. -Woman's Friend, Rosin, K-7 Fancy and Toilet Soap, of all kinds, by the Box, bar. or s.nrie pound. oy nuuua a rtn. BURNING FLUID, AC Alcohol, Fuming Fluid, Camphene and Turpentine hr the Barrel or Gallon, by. WOODS & PEW. MORE THAN 300 KEAilS of Cap and Letter paper have been received at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE, within, the past month, so yea may know where is the place to buy it, to sell sg.n - PATCH & OPDYCKE. Fresh Trimming,, Peuti,, , , ehoice ,elee. Old BnrIlni ""fCsrrts.eOoodj, inclusive have eve, .ffef?; .h01 ben ali" of Plu'h " IKON rl,tff i 1th,,m'et,and some WK0U0I1T -SSi...!. BO'"- Mk f h" hisi! -?w ?k" h0 ,,eek "PPly your easterners with iL7- ) tb? ibtr Fslsewhsre. "b7er .OC.Ur,,'(db"'"'t"-e Waff ii.. -L tensive") sappli of Saddlery 0RURR8 Jl? S th W""te' Rerve. aa7d. war?;VMt R' Bnl,ed rK"". Wenu7wHi,RAI'T"u s represented. Oor STjrUs.i "i," 6Bi V "tr Fo exhibit the latest o?thlti,y"Bt"rriaaiD " in "inkling" Mtnii"'" B0, ' n " o" i the eastern man U post .n.'."' t,k' P''"" trip, to New York arv'nr erj branch of ihetr.de. Mo SI'.C" W PL0"1- CUret c very ehoice. Si,. excellent shade. W,nc.. 2nCniOBCIoU,.'F""iPieeeor yard. SEfr ? do latest styled shade. fll w C,ot,h' "ite hne-for low price. SlT . or!tedDn",,k Fancy do. Hieh Colored do varioi, shades. DCirtflMiiiM . .i... ! r , s """i!rei variety oi narnessana ZvL., riai!r; "lisht schedule of nnalities and aslow as any JOBBING JIOCSB wester New York: 3 DM.. Milv.. D . . n . . . ... Z', ' osendo rorjed. lOjrossSaverPlatedBacklesoablebarnclnding J, X and I inch. lerossSilver Plated Buckles for Tnes. II dosen Jspanned II. D.Trees, Round Ferrets. ? do . . .Brssdo do Crescent do 3 do 4 do 5 do Full do do do Crown do Japanned Silver do do do Inlaid do do d d. 7 do '- f - a-astera name. 30 do Japanned Gig do 1 5 t d .TCochdo Wr quality. 3S do QLSpotlroaGigdo selling fast. ' uo inciudinK some One 316 dozen Japanned UaleableScrew Cockeye, styles - - su.iikj uui i orar or. IS do do do better grade. 80 do Jfaleable B. Loops, sons very heavy. Alan. Pari ITnAtrsi r TT n . . . "B nim. xerreis. Bnaoiei, - - , nwiy mugs, real Biit-er Ko- Btta. Mart r.!al D;.. : - V. "'"fc"' ww in every varietr. stiver Top ProDS. KnameUrl . D i in tml mi "-j umemrer tbe place, as per annexed ard. PAiC II k OPDVTKR. Wnrrsan. o Jobbers of Carriage Goods, gaddlery Ware, Harness Trimtninw. If . .1 .1:1 i . l - - ...... o . a., .u u via . iuvu. Wsrren. May SIS. lfirt. TREATMENT OP CHRONIC DISEASE. EXPECTING to be absent for the AY inter I shall leare ths basitifts of my Chronic Disease Office In the hand a of Dr. J. II. HriacA. Dr. Briscoe has been assisting tne in my practice and baa become so familiar witb its detail that 1 can most heartily recummcDd him to all who are offering from Chronic Di lease. Daring witnessed dories; the past summer his re markable succees in general practice, 1 1 eel great con fidence in commending him to all who wish toarail themselves of my method, which he is competent to appiy. . rror. u. tr. UATUUfcLU In order that the public may be able to j ad re for incmtciTcs, oi me resnju oi rror. uatcneli s meihou, I append a few cases chiefly from amenc those which have been within my own personal observation. Af ter witnessing Prof. iJatc hell's treatment of Salt-rheum Rheumatism, diseases of bones, tangs, female system, dec. I hat express my sincere conviction when I say uiat x uima: it, cDureij ancqiuiiea in us success. J. II. BKldCOfi. Niwtoi Falls. Ohio. Oct. 18th. 1PH. Taor. OA-rrnKLt: I will for the benefit of others afflicted as I have been, make a short statement of my ease. I was sick for twelve years, and daring the last foor or the twelve, I had a had spell every two or three weeks with severe vomiting for a day and nicht and complete prostratton I would have distressing pains in tne stomac a and nead, and they would extend over the whole body. - I had also a disease cf the kidneys and a constant pain in my left side. At my monthly turns I suffered very much with great pain and weakness. The bad spells that I had would sometimes enfeeble me so that I would notgetaboot foraweek and during ths latter part of my sickness they had begun to be as frequent as two or three in a week. About the middle of August I commenced taking medic in of Prof. Gatcbell. Since which I hive nut had a single had spell, and my health ia steadily im proving though I am doing the most of the work for a very Urge family. Mrs. 8 I'd AN A 6T0UCK. Kiwvrox Falls, Ohio. Oct. ftth. Trof. Gatthkll Dear Sir: I feel under obligation to testify to the good effects which your medicine has nad in my case. Always a (eehle constitution, I was for along time a sufferer from what was considered to he brenchttis. sly throat was perlectly raw and my lanes were very sore and weak. I was obliged toeive up all industry, and at length T gave np all hopes of oemg cures. I was not only attended by various phy sicians, but I resorted also to patent medicines with' oat any benefit from either. Last January, as a l;ut resort. T eallcd upon you Altera care.'ut examtnatron or my cave you thought yon could help both my throat and other weakness, for I bad'become Very nervons and much reduced in strength. I commenced taking your medicine and in three or four weeks found myself appreciably better ao that 1 became as well as 1 nave been at any t:me in my life. I am now enjoying ordinary health, able to exercise daily industry and still imurnvins. I wolud recommend all who are alllicted as I have been, to call Prut Gatchell. Yocrs with due Repect. LORLSDA dliKi FLETOB. San. 12th, tf. Union Line Express Company. ABOVE RELIABLE EXPRESS J- WOUli on!.! eall the attention of MKRCHAMTS. BASK ERS and M ANCPACTUKKRS to the unsurpassed facil ities now at their command, for the safe and speedy iraspo nation oi juercuandise, nana notes. Jewelry, Oold and Silver Coin. Packages and Parcels to aad irom an pans oi tne world. ICpThe Union Line Express Company is now send ingaa experienced Messenger daily between Cleve land and Xousrslown. over the Cleveland t Muho nins; R. R., accompanied with aa Srsa Smfe. tor tbe protection of valuables. Alasinr a direct connection at Cleveland with reliable .Messengers for rittshurh Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, Boston, Detroit, Buffalo, Chicago, Paul, bt. bouis. Columbus, Cin cinnati and New Orleans. iThis Company will carry orders- Jrtt, and re turn by trst Kxprctt. JO Bills of Collection taken with Merchandise Drafts and Notes collected, and proceeds promptly returned. M'Jl. UKWITT, Travelling Sap';. For further information regarding tar iff, rates dec. application can he made to PORTER t SOX. Agents. New Tork Hook Store. Warren, 0. October 14th. l57-tf. a. a. clswill, j. s. ailVSLL. CLEWELL & ELWELL, GENERAL LAND AGENTS, HUDSOX, ST. CROIX CO., WIS., 1X7 ILL Enter Lands. Locate Land v v Warrants on Commission, and attend to pay inir Taxes for non-residents. IO Particular attention given to Locating Land warrants. Refer to Hapzood & Adams, Warrea. O. March IT, It-Stf-tf. By Dyeing I Live, and I Dye to Live TUIE citizens of Trumbull and arljoin- JL ing counties are most respectfully informed that W II. Crowtukb still continues to ova to any color, Ladies' and Gentlemen's garments of every descrip tion, either Silk or Woolen, in the best possible man ner. Silk and Crape ghaws cleaned or dyed the most brilliant or more grave colors; Broche Shawls cleaned and finished in a superior style, equal to new; Silk and Woolen Stockings, tilores. Ribbons, Yarn, Jtc, dyed; in fact everything usually done in a dyeing establish ment can be done here. Gentlemen's Coats. Vestsand Pantaloons cleaned and dyed without staining their under linen. All work warranted to give genuine sat is faction. N. B. Orders left with R. A. Wood, Aeent. No 12 Market Street. Warren, will meet with proir.pt atten tion. W. 11. CltOkVIIiKK. Warren. Aug. 11, lP58-bT. NEBRASKA LAND AGENCY. Edwin LovclamI, GENERAL LAND AGENT, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, WILL attend promptly to the selection and entry of Lands for actual settlers and cap- italists.desiringchoire locations. Lamlsentered with Warrants or Cash. Taxes paid, and titles examined either in Iowa or Nebraska. All lands examined per sonally before entering. Having spent tbe past five years in selecting lands in Iowa and Nebraska. I am prepared to give as good selections as any other person. Lsnd Warrants bought r.nd sold or loaned on Real Estate security, at western rates of interest. If de sired, will enter Warrants and sell the land for one half the profits, counting each Warrant at ,-V3i per acre, the owner paying one dollar for each SO acres for location fees due to Land Office. Information respecting the lands to be entered, or satisfactory reference given on application. Aug. 18. 'S3. EDWIN LOVELAXD. SILKS! silks: TIIE largest stock and the best assort ment of Black and Fancy Silks ever cffered-! War ren and at prices from ten to twenty per cent ower than they may be had in Cleveland or Pittsburgh, may be foaud at the 'Warren Drv Jood Store.' of PECK, BUUWELL & CO. V00LEN GOODS have gone down V T with wool, and if you wish to be convinced of the fact, eall and examine the cloths, cassissers ewe. at the NEW YORK S TORE. HPIIE ATLANTIC TELEGTAPH CA- 1 BLR, call and see it. at the NEW YORK STORK, and at the same time kill two birds with one stone by looking at our large stock of new goods. PARKS A WESTZ. C" "XRPETS, from Royal Wilton down to a shilling Stripe slso. Rags, Mitts. Oil Cloths fc-c the largest stock to choose from, can be found at th HEW YORK STORK. FROM AUCTION a great variety French Collars, Sleeves, Embroidered Setts and Bands, &c.. very cheap at the NEW V0RK ST0RR. A NOTIIER STOCK OF BOOTS fc i V SflOES.forthe Wintertrsde; the kind that have heretofore glvea entire satisfaction, call and examine them, at the NEW YORK 6T0RB. N1 TEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! ! The subscribers are now receiving a large and desirable Stock of FALL AND WINTER UOODS, te which they invite the attention of the public generally Their Goods wiil be offered at prices that will defy all competition for rcadf-paf, or in exchange for Produce approved creait on snort tune will oe given. Warren, Oct if. if.-s. v. e m. twt. KEEP THEM FANCY HORSES tVSDU A 1-4 .ID1. !... alll. .aV.. VaaWa 1 A. Tf dXIXMJ IU. VI illftUKCslAlUlU; .sic ua,vB and Uied with Strong Linen goods, can be foqnd at w ti a t t t art w ta TUB MOST PLEASANT. SAFK AND EFFECTUAL WORM REMEDY EVER YET DISCOVERED. Theorlncioal advantarea in these Warces are thai therarean entirely VEGETABLE PREPARATION, and dm set csaraia rmrticlt MF.kCVk r in any form whatrer, and not only positively certain in their effect, hut the most SAFE AND PLEASANT WORM emcirio NOW IN USE, being perfectly free fross CaJeasf. TmrpttUine, Caarsr Oil, and all other nause ous and dangerous ingredients, being a pleasant PREPARATION OF SUGAR, TIIAT ANT CHILD HILL EAT WITH PLEASURE. They are confidently offered to the public as a safe. certain and reliable Family Medicine, as the mart numerous unsolieted testimonials being constantly received will sufficiently attest. They are the only " orm speeinc which has received the aarn trnm meaefieaa of the best nhvaieiana in onr midst, bein used hj them in their practice with the most marked ITTC AUTION! The public are particularly warned against imitations of this popular article, put up under various names, as "Worm Candies," Jtc, which cer tain dealers will attempt to eoavince joa is fully equal, if not superior, to the Wafers. Be not deceived I Purehaseonly the ANTHELMIN TIC WAFERS, and carefully note the address and signature ef the Proprietor. Prepared only b B. A. BALDWIN. (Late firm of Clark Baldwin.) Eaia, Pa. ITf Wooi.ssals Astro: L. I. Baldwin. Reed Ilouae, Erie. Pa ; Hall. Dixon At Co.. 1-19 Chambers Street, New York; Wm. King, Jr., 0. U. P. Champlin, Ruflaio; Gaylord k. Hammond, C. S. UcKenxie and F. E. Churchill, Cleveland, Ohio. PRICE 23. CENTS PER BOX. gold in Warren, by WOODS A. PEW; Brookoeld. b A. CHEW; Vienna, by R. J. STEWART. Jr.; Qirard. by Gilbert Price; Youngstown, by M.T. Jewell. and by Druggists generally. may S6. M.y CAUTION. lftcTebuti and Trmdra will bo oa thotr gunl and tot b ImpoMd op- by a counterfeit of Mono'a Iodiaa Root PilU, sisnod A. 3. Moon. All paniM Indian Root Pills baT too nana aad aagnatara of A. J. WkUm 1 am aaeb box THE reason why people are ! distressed when sick, and why so many de.is becans? they do not get a med icine which will pass to the allirtetl parts, and which will open the natural passares for the disease to be cast oat; hence, a large quantity of rood and other matter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines are literally overflowinr with the corrupted mast; Urns under ftoinsaisafrratable fermentation. constantly mix ing with the blood, which throws the eoiruptrd matter ihroajh erery xein and artery. until life is taken from the body by disease. Dr. Morse's PILLS hare added to themselves victory opon victory, by restoring mil lions of the sick to blooming health and happiness. Yes. thousands who have been racked or tormented with sicknes.pain and ancrcsh.and wh sse feeble frames have been scorched by the burning elements of raging fever, and who have been brought as it were, within a step of the silent grave, now stand ready to testify that thex would have been numbered with the dead, had it not been for this great and wonderful medicine. Morse's Indian Root Pi Its. After one or two doses had been taken, they were astonished, and absolutely surprised, in witnessing their charming effects. Not only do they give immediate ease and strength, and take away all sickness, pain and anguish, but they at onee go to work at the foundation of the disease, which is the blood. Therefore.it will be shown, especially by those who usethese Pills, that they will so cleanse and pari fy. that disease that deadly enemy will take its flight, and the flash of youth and beauty will strain return, and the prospect of a long and happy life will cherish and brighten your days. Price eents per box, Ave boxes will b sent oa the receipt of I, postage paid. Sold by E. A 8MITI1 at CO.. and WOODS dt PEW, Warren, 0., and by all dealers ia Medicines ia tbe county. A. J. WHITE , Sole Proprietor, 10 Leonard Street. New York. WM. MTJDGE 9s. CO-. Proprietors of T rank's Mag aetie Ointment, Earlaville, Madison Co.. New York, General Agents. my Sti, "5-1 y WARREN C IT y PLANING MILL! DOOR. BLIND & SASII FACTORY. rPHE firm of E. Spear fc Son have this -L day associated with them Mr. Lctukr D. Ckail, a man of well known business abilities, hoping thereby to facilitate their promptness in meeting all business demands. The business will hereafter be conducted under the firm of EDWARD SPEAR fc CO. The new Arm now hope by strict attention to busi ness, and the unexceptional rtaality of their work, to merit a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore e (tended to E. Spear dt Son. They will endeavor to keep on hand all articles in their line, of the best mate rials and of superior workmanship. Planing and Sawing of all kinds done to order and on short notice. Doors, Ssh, Blinds, Flooring. Lath and Shingles on band EDWARD SPEAK CO. Warren, May 56. l?3H-laoe lt. A . Trucsdell, HAS now on hand, and is receiving a large variety of CABINET FCRNITURK, em bracing Sofas. Tete a Tetes, Rocking and Easy Chairs, Bureaus, Bedsteads. Marble Top, Extension and Com mon Tables, Dressing, l'ancy and Common Stands, Common Chairs, kc, e. He is also prepared to aranufactura every style of Fashionable Furniture. Picture Frames, die. All of which he will sell at prices to suit the times. He has also purchased the entire stock of D. B. Gil mob a, and will hereafter carry on. in connection with his former business, that of UNDERTAKER. FISJTS PATE-XT METJiUC BURIAL CASES. These cases are extensively used, and possess val uable advantages overall other Coffins for Transport ation, depositing in Vaults, or for ordinary interments. The above Cases, and Wood Coffins of all sises kept constantly on hand. Hearse furnished, aad funerals attended to in town or country, if desired. SHOP ao MAIS STREET, near tks Rail Road DevaU Warren, May 19, lPSS-tL D, H. WARRSN. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL STYLES OF FASnlONABLK BOOTS SU0K3 jYo. 3, Market Street, Warren, Ohio. THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing tohis easterners, that he has jnst received an extensive assort roent of Boots, Shoes. 4tc-, for the Spring ao.l Summer Trails. His slock consists of Ladie's Congress Gaiters, Plain and Foxed; Uents' Patent Leather. Calf and Congress Gaiters. Slips. Ties and Buskins. Webster Ties. Oxford Ties. Slips, 6ce.; Men's. Boy's and Yoalh's Calf, Kip and Stoga Boots. Children's Shoes of ever descrip tion, together with everything usually kept in a Boot oc Shoe Store, which wiil be sold as low as at any other house in this section. All kinds of work made to order on short notice, of the best maierial and workmanship. June i3. l.Sj-tf. D. n. WARREN. " r I A N o s. rPIIE subscribers are now L receiving at Empire Block, a nice lot of Newton. Lighte A. Brad bury's, and Steinway & Son's cele brated i'ianos. and offer them to the pnblieatths lowest esstern prices 'ATewsrrantallour instrument, to KITr .au.iacnuu cierjrnpcn.iDO keep thenr n tune for the first year free of charge. Pianos ani. Melodeoas taken in exchange. IlUCbi A. VAUIROT. Warren, O., August StU, 1858. 1858. PATCH 2c OPDYCKE, CSB EXCLUSIVELY TF1E BEST SELECTED OAK. TANNED LEATUKKIN .MAKING HAR NESS. LINES dt BKIDLES. V7E now hav on haDd, nnd are con- T v stantly manufacturing the biggest and most varied assortment of the above articles, to be found in north eastern Ohio. all of which are warranted to give reasonable satisfaction, both in stock and workman ship. Particular attention paid to eastern wsrjt. from the splendid Fine Harness to the most durable Draught sto?y Uarness ; and at prices to suit the "Times. Warren. March 3. Irjrt. LINSEED OIL! BT IBB Quantity or Single Gallon. f PIIE subscribers be leave to inform X the pnMic that they will keep constantly on hand, a prime article of told pressed Linseed Oil, manufac tured by J. Moser, Jr...V Co., Oirard, (with whom they are associsted.) which they offer at the lowest market price. Oil man a lac tared by their process is acknowl edged by all who have given it a trial, to be saperior in quality. It will readily command from tr to six cents more per gal. in market, than oil made from roasted seed, ou aecoant of Us never being scotched or dioeoUred. N. B. Cash paid for Flax Seed on deliverv. C. M. MOSER. Warren, Ohio. May S, lrSP-tr. HOUSE FOR SALE, OR TO RENT, The undersigned offers for sale his hoase. with good barn and garden spot, situated on Bazetta street, in the Village or Warren. If not sold i m mediate 1 j,U premises will be for rent during the coming year. Apply to uaicumi, vua . Auiiu, t? arren, Or to C- C. BOUTOX. at union, Anderson ox Co.'s, Philadelphia. Feb 19. Itf37-tf Good Intent Stage Line. E EDUCTION OF FA REN I QUICKEST AMD CHEAPEST E01TK ! TO P IT SB UK O 111! The Mail 8 tare between Warren aad Salem, leaves Warren at A o'clock A. U.. arriving at Salem at 10 o' clock A. M. Persons taking this route can reach Pitts burgh at 1:1$. P. M . same day. . The stage will leave 8alem for Warrefl, at Id si. ltmakesconnectionswith both east and west trains, on ths Pittsburgh At Ft. Wayne Koad at Salem. Tickets through to Pittsburgh only three dollars. Ashtabula Stages leave every morning upon the arrival of th. YoungstowD train. Also makea connections at Ashtabula with t-ains run ning east and west. They run directly through every day. fare only 82,00. Office at Oaskili Hoo'e. H. ?. ot J. 0. CULVER. Warren, June 4, ISoS-tf. PATENT LEATHER Bridle Fronts, BiUs from 6 Vts to' 3,00. Sbsft 8oclcsa. Axle Clip. Seat Sticks, Bands by the OU0, Rein Snaps. Breast Snaps, and a nsw tad St ranee sort of a snap. Call aad tray 'o . rAXCU A. OPDYCKX. ' THE LARGEST STOCK jOtV . )) ' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING ? C3 Ever brought to Trurnbull - AT J. GOLDSTEIN'S 'g No. 3, Eiver Blck, Main St., W.airep, 0. Consisting of everything in. that line, also thp best and ZC LARGEST STOCK OF HATS AND CAPS IN TOWN PRICES LOWEB THAN EVER. r? Come and see a whole snite of Winter Clothing, consisting of over- coat, undercoat, pants, vest and hat, for $9 50 and finer goods ia pro- portion. Also a splendid assortment of - - beavUe, pilots broadcloths; Cassimeres and Vesting? for custom work. All kinds 2 of Tailoring done in the best style. ' S J. GOLDSTEIN. .. P. S. Hands wanted; only good experienced hands seed a apply. , W 1857. JOHN L. li J!i AiN i TAlLOJt, . -, ,-.v.,. No. 14, Maltet Street, Warren, Ohio. 1 ill " " r---l-ri"-araar,n There is do se talking: is the best, ths neatest, i pect folly inrtte mj c my spring stock of i Th deem has gone forth a discerning public have IhIiU ih.t v . mn ind mast fashionable. and most reliable Tailorins Bstabli.knt i. T ld friends and the pablie, and all who want to improve tn. outer ssan. to call'snd ezamiaa roods. jut received, consisting of " UUUlUA rKJUU.AUiasii. ahu ajiekica CLOT&a AXD CA3SIMXRB8 of all colors and qualities. ' CASSIMEKE3 AKB TESTINGS IN GREAT TARISTISS, FOB JKES3 k BUSINESS WEAK ol new and Keantiful ratterns. A TERT I, A ROE STOCK Of FCRN13IIINQ GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, of all stTlesand oaalitiea. A PULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP READT MADE CLOTfllXO. both of flno and lowpticed material. . ALSO. BATS AND CAPS, IN GREAT VARIETIES. AND OP ALL QUALITIES. ' - 7 from the cheapest Wool to the finest Beaver, suitable for all times and eca-wna. : Gentlemen furnishing their own goods, e&a rely anon haTing it cot and made with attain a;.. v and in a trle todefy competition. Cutting done at all N. B. All goods sold and work done, warranted aa STEAIV1 CARRIAGE FACTORY. -fe.ais-.fe f--ijfi-5i ) - ?.i' -:tJs5rr2fe COUTH OF CANAL, Warren. Ohio. Having lately exnded and improTed tO my establishment by enlarging my already eztensiv. baildings, as well aa recting new .nes, tatrodaciag a steam engine, with all kinds of machinery adapted to the business, by which a great saving of material. Um. anil laor are effected; thereby affording facilities for manufacturing and selling a BKTTfiBarticle for the aam or LEoS money than can be afforded without such advantages, aad employing an increased number of th. very best workmen in the country, many of whom are direct from th. eastern cities, I am bow pr e pared t. make and torn off A BUOOY PER SAY. At my Repositories may b. found at all times the best assortment of anisaaw work in the country; all of which is warranted ia every respect: and for quality, workmanship, durability, ana finish, is not t. be surpassed ia this country, or oy eastern manufacturers. Among my stock of finished, vor may be round, CLOSK COACHES, Of various style and pries, CTTARI0TEK3, ROCK A WY3, a variety of 1. S. and J seats, CARRIAGES, a variety of 9 and 3 seats, Pll.t TONS, I and x seats, tops standing and falling, JENNY LINDS, CAR RI AGE3, five patterns slide seats, SULKIES, Also, LUMBER WAGONS, best article, for one and two horses. My present facilities enable me to rami, t order any style of wheeled vehicle, on th. SHORTEST NOTICE. Persons wishing anything la my line ( business, are requested to call and see for themselves. Especial attention to Custom Work.and Repairing. Painting and Trimming don. aa short notice, aad ia styles to suit the most fastidious. X .B- ALL WORK WARRANTED. Warren. April 15. 1836. H. 0. B1LSZX. County, is now opened -;( 0$ Halm T3 Waaaaw. Sew. . Mia WEEKS, 1857. times en short notic-a. , - . . represented. April 99, 1W7 BAROUCHES. BCeeiKS, alarg. variety, consisting ot TROTTING, . . DROP FRONT. DEMOCRATIC WAS0N3, 4 KNOW NOTHINGS. OAZELLB TIPTON, SOX BUGGIES, oxe. .. N JETER KNOWN TO FAIL! DR. SAM'L STRONG'S FEVER AND AGUE DESTROYER. A few extracts from letters, giving th. opinion of Ministers. Doctors and Drogists. of that htaniy cele brated Remedy, Dr. SAM'L STRONG'S FEVER DK sTROYEK. tbc Docroas urwnn it. Dr. Samuel Strong's Fever Destroyer is just what we want in this billions climate. It has performed many remarkable care. A.LARIMORB, M. D., Hahon, Huntington Co., lad. Hr. Curtis Batch, of Bavenna. 0. , says: Dr. Sam! Strong's Fever Destroyer sells well, and gives the best of satisfaction to its many customers. . H. Tu- Henry, Druggist. Oberlin, Lorain Co. Ohio: The Fever Destroyer is the medicine for th. ague and fever it cures every time. I think it is th best ague medicine ever sold. Rev. K. D. Toang. DeWltt, Clinton Co., Uieh-, sars: Dr. Sam'l Strong's Fever Destroyer is without a doubt ihe best ague medicine ever before the public. 1 am imformed by the druggists that it give, the best of sat isfaction, and has become one of the most popular remedies, ever introduced in the West. R- Thayer, Druggist, Lansing, Mich., in one of his letters, says: I have sold several gross of Dr. trongs Fever Destroyer with great success, and want nothing belter. S. M. Strong & Co., Cleveland Gents: Your Fever Destroyer has given universal satisfaction, and per formed many wonderful cures in this section. Respectfully your ob't serv'ts. HESS . 11R0-, East Saginaw. Michigan. E A Smith Co. Druggists. Warmn. o. says: "The sales of the Fever Destroyer increase as it becomes known. It kas not failed in a single instance where it has been nsed, that we have heard of; we have war ranted it as a sure cure ia selling it, but have had none "soldln Warren by E. A. SMITTI c Co. Niles, by n. II. MASON. Ycungston, by H. T. JIWKLL;J. MANNING, and WILDER dc WABNEK August IJ. l'-aT-tf. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. jl Bnntle.1 lmstituti: ttt.WtUd t spteitt fs dtmmnt frrtkr Rtlief tf tkt SicS mmd DUtrustd t Muted mitk r,r.tmt mm imncmic wiahi. T "'HE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction f humaa life. caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions prac ticed upon th. unfortunate victims of such dira- by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a C1IARITABLK ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for th. treatment of this ehus of diseases, iaall their fotars. and to give MED ICAL ADVICE GRATIS to all wh. apply by letter, with a description ol their condition, (ace, occupation, batiits of life, ice-.) and in caws of extreme poverty. t FURNISH MEDIUISES ibS Vf ima At i needless to add that the Association commands th. highest Medical skill of tbe age, and will famish th. uust'spproved modern treatment- The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Report apon the treatment of Sexual Disoues. for th. year ending January 1st. leV. express the highest sat isfaction ith the success which has attended the labor of the Consulting Surgeon in the cur. of Spermator rhoea, Seminal Weakness. Impotence. Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or Self-abuse. A.C., and order a continuance of the aam. plan for th. eosaing year. The Directors, oa a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have lieen of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to tbe young. aad they have resolved to devote ttemselve. with renewed seal, to this important and much des pised cause. . An admirable Report oa Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onaxism, Masturbation, or Self, abuse, and other diseases or th. sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mail (in a sealed envelope.) FRKB OF CHARGE, oa receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Other Reports and Tracts on the nature anil treatment of sexual diseases, diet. die., are constantly being published for gratuitous distribution, and wiil lie sent to the aJBiete I. Sonwor the it. rem. elie and methods of treatment discovered during th last year, are of great value. Address, for Report or Treatment, Dr. J. SKILLEN mUGUTN. Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, Ko.it South Ninth Street. Philadelphia. Pa. By order of the Directors. EZRA D. nE ART WELL. "resiieaJ. OEO. VAIRCHILD, Secretary. Aug 4 'M v PATENT SKIRT LINING. (a new article forlining dresses.) also Grass Cloth, Hair Cloth, Brass Hoops, die., c. just received by r IDP'iO" MORGAN SPRING & Sl'MMER NEWS. TRUCKS OF IMMENSE SIZE, from IDs pointing upwards. Ssddles of all sorts.oual ities and price.. Whips by the 1. from IB eta. lo t each. Lashes from 10 eta. t. 1034 foot long.- Stocks 10 ets. M 93 each; all of which we announce for the approval ef all people Give i i a call. alarch 3, 'ie.J PATCH . OPDYCKX. FRENCH FLOWERS. Milliners and others wanting French Flowers win fta.l a good assortment to select from. Also Ribbons, Bonnets, Knah Borders, me. PECK, BURWELL It C0. 200. CALCUTTA KIP SKINS. Jast received and for sale at ' ' J.A.A.C. HcCONNELL-a. 20 dos. best brands of Facrica Cals 8Kim, Just ra- ceivedat J. at A. C Alccuri AS.A.L s. to do. Yoa Citt Calt Siana Rcsived at AlcCONNKA.1.3. 90 do. Omo Cals at J. & A. C. MeCONNBLL S. SO do. Rosot Limses Sauts at IIcCONN KXLS. Go to McCONNKLL'3 and buy year Sou LiATBia. Sept. 14. "iS-tf "TTNKNOWN QUANTITIES." of J Horse Brushes some with crooked aaadls on 'cm Cards, Cnrry-the-mana-mmbcand summer blanketing for the same noble animal, at PATCH dt OPDYCKgJS DRESS GOODS ! MANCHESTER Blaine. Plain and Figured Merino, Fancy Cassimerei, Broad CloUufos Ladiea'Closks, in color SB. 1. HOII 0. MORS TO BX ADMIRED THAN TUB HIGHEST- DIADEM BTER . -a Worn ty Kings or Emperors. Wbat? Why a beautiful Head of Hair. Beeasse it Is the ornament God Himself provided Tor all war rac. Readier. altboagh tb rM stay broom Ttr mo hrighlij ia th glowiof ekk. the cy ba ever to sparkling, the teeth be thoaa of pearla, if the head is bereft of its covering, or th hair he snarled an, shriveled, kstrsh mmd dry, or vora aiill. if sprinkle, vith gray, nature wi II lose more lhaa half her chartas. Prof. Vf ood's Uair XeatoratiTe, if ased tww or Ihree tioiea a week, will restore and permaatly secure tm an toeh aa oraaaient. Bead the fo Ho wing and judge Th writer of the first is the tsUeratod Ptmmist Thah her,: Da. Wood: Hew York. April 19. Ifc58. Doar Sir: Permit me to express to yoa she obli gations I am aader for the entire restoration of my hairt its original color: aboot the time of my arrival ia the United States it was rapidly becoming gray, bai upon the applibation of yoor "Hair Itestoratire" it soon recovered its original hue. I censideryear Res tontive as a very wonderful invention, qaite cificatioaa as well as agreeable. J am, dear sir. yours truly. . 8. XHAJdAJtlta. 'Bryeh aV OwyIiedydcUw Welsh Newspaper office. 13 Nassau St., April IS, 59. Paor. 0. J. Wood: Dear Sir: gome month or ex weeks ago I received abctleof yoor liair Kestorativa and a. it lo my wife, who concluded to try it on her uair, little thinking at the time that it weald restore the g:ay hair to its original color; but to her as wel 1 as my surprise, after a few weeks trial it has performed that wonderful effect by turning all the gray hairs te a dark brown, at the same time beautifying and thickening the hair. I strongly reeoanssead the above Restorative to all persons In want of such a change of their hair. CHA&LI3 CA&DRW. Haw Tork. Jtsiy-SS, 1P57. Pror. O.J. Weon: With confidence do I recommeae! your Hair Restorative, as being the mosteflcarioas ar ticle t ever saw. Since using your JIair Restorative my hair and whiskers which were almost white have iradaally growa dark; and I now feel coafldca that a few more applications will restore them to their aatural color. II also has relieved me ef all dandruff aad an pleasant itching, ao aommoa among persons who per spire freely. J. O. XIXBf. Tmor. Woo a About tw years ago my hair com menced falling os? and taraiag grey; I was fastbecom ing bald, and had tried Aoy Remedies to no effect. I commenced using your Restorative ia Janaary last. A few applications fastened my hair flrm'y. It began te fill up, grow ot and turn back t its farmer color, (slack.) At this time it is folly restored to its original color, health and appearance, and I cheerfully recommend its use toal. J. 0. ilORa. Chicago, III . May 1. Ta. Th Restorative is pot up In oettie of 3 sises. via.,; larKe, medium and small; the small a pint, and re tails for one dollar per bottle: the median, holds at least twenty per cent, mere ia ropr;ioa than the small, retails fur two lollais per bottle; the large he-Ida a quart, 4 per cent, more ia proportion, aad retaiia for $3. 0. J. WOOD k. CO. Proprietors. 31? Brodway, New York, (in the great N. T. Wire Hailing KtAtluhmentJ and 1 M Market st 3c Loata. 31o. And sold by all good Druggists and Taney Gooda Peaiei s. DISSOLUTION. The eo-partner-ahip heretofore existing between M . J . R. Treat and Wm. Edwards, aader th. Arm of Treat dt Bdwards was dissolved br amtoai consent oa tL. 1st amy .1 April,lH56. M . J. K. TREAT. WM. ED B ARDS. CO PAKTN1BJIUP 50T1C1. Tbeandersigned formed a co-partnership on th. first day of April, l56,for the purpose of transaetin th Wholesale Grocery and Commtssi.a Boaine. ia th. city of Cleveland, aader th. partnership aam aad sty is of EDWARDS dt IDDIN03. The new firm would respestfoJly invite the attentiea of Merchants to their large stock ot Groceries, heforw porchasing elsewhere. Having removed to f .ir new snd spacious Stom. Noa. fx and xU4 Crawford 'a Block, River 8tet, the are prepared to offer goods as low aa they can be bongo, in ibis market. WM. BDWARDS, Nay 7, Mod tf. - 11 1 RAJ IDDLNG3. WESTERN RESERVE CARRIAGE FJCTOAT. AT WAR BUT. in roprtetor oesires to inform aia b. found oa Market street, east of th Bank, where as formerly, a. is mana factoring to order, aad for sal., Carriages and Baggie of every description; aad will constantly keep on hand a good assortment of tbe most approved styles, waica for material, substantial workmanship, aad sleganea of ftnish,shallnot b. surpassed in I his section of Ohio. Those waatiag a vehicle of any kind, will do weil l-y giving me a call, as they can scarcely fall ia being suited, either in style, quality, terms orpric. Painting and Trimming don. in a superior manawr. aad at prices that w ill giv. satisfaction. Cash will be paid , and good prices, for Um bets f all kinds second growth carriage lumber. Warrea. apr 9. 'JT. . K. W13ILL. B. HUCKE T0DLD inform the citizens of War- Y f kb and adioinine town that h. propose re maining in Warren, aad will tune and repair Pinna. Meiodeons.Aooardeoas sod Violins, weliasitca. k. don. in thettstern manufactories, and oa reasonable. term. Piano. aad Jserotfeons kept ia order by th year. Aliwors VArruwa. All orders leu as Annas nooa oorv win ncoivs prompt attention. ... .. . - Warren. April iO. 157. , LUMBER. The subscriber has on hand for tale, 50 000 feet of seasoned fioorinc.sark of which la delivered in Warrea. and can b had by applying to Cha. B. Lefaagwcll; tho remainder a the subscriber's mill ia Basett. He is also prepared to All bills promptly, forallkindsofambr and sswt Umber. . ALMOM TAC9H11. Jan. 4. lRM-tf. - - ...... THE EXILES OF FLORIDA. j Joshua K. Sidniaga,Jal taoaired S copies at ADAHo BOOK8T0U.