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r Tirtoe of a de-i of AsiicnmenulT execu- I d .UvThi bv Wm Tew. of h'nrtun rills, in th Coaaty of Trcmbul! and Stet of Ohio, and filed la tae office of the Prolate Judr of the County aforesaid, aad by order of said Court. I will offer for sale at Public A action at the door of the Court House la Warren, in said county on Friday, the tth day of April 1SG0, batweea the hoars of lu o'clock. A M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following Real KtUte. to wit; Mo. I. a certain tract of land sitnate in Champion tovaship. In the County of Trumbull, aforesaid, which le kaovn as part of lots He. 44 and 45, bounded hy the pablie highway, lands of Mr. McFetrich and oth ara. CMttaiaiae; one hundred and sixty-four acres saora or less, acd is the same conreyed bj George Patterson and wife by deed dated Fehy 1st, 1559, to said William Tew, which d-ed fs daly recorded !n TrumbuU records, i a Book No. H, pages & aad 539 Said lands will be sold subject to the contract con tained in the condition of a mortgage bearing tTen date with the aforesaid. which is duly recorded, and to which purchasers and all persons interested are re ferred for further notice. Terms, one third cash, owe third in six sseutha, and one third In twelve months; all oa interest till paid, from the time of confirma tion, and to bt secured by mortgage oa the premises and the negotiable nates of the purchaser. ALSO, on SATURDAY, the?thdayof April. IPrtO. I will offer for sale on the premises in Newton Falls, in the County aforeaaid, the Jul lowing real estats: No 9, a certain lot of land si mute in and upon the recorded plat of said village, and known as part of lot Bio- 39; beginning a: the sdth east corner of Ueary Carlisle's part of said lot No. 39, thence north- , wmrdly oa the cast side of said Carlisle's part of said lot No. 39. seventy feet, thence eastirardly n the line of said Carlisle's part of said let, thirty-two feet to William Tewa part of said lot No. 39, thence south and parallel with the first line mentioned seventy ftet to the conn side of Broad hteeet, thence westwsn'le on th Doria side of Broad Street, thirty two fft to the beginning, containing about .240 q. feet of l&Dd, having a frame ware house thereon- This lot will be sold tree from the liens for debts of the said Wi lliam Tew. Terms, one third in csh on confirmation of sale, aad one third in six months, and the remaining third fa twelve months, all unjaid purchase money to bo od interest from the time of confirmation, and to be secured by negotiable notes &ni mortgage oa the premises. ALSO, on the premises on said day -No 3. a certain lot of land situate in the vUla? plait of Newton Falls aroresaid.and Is knows as the east half of Jbt No. 13, wiih a narrow strip of tot No-3d B attached to the east side of said lot No. 3U, being &Voa. one hundred and twenty-eight feet front on Broad Street, running north for depth about 143 feet, be the same more or let.to Henry Carlisle's lots; havicg a Brick Store Hoae aad Frame Dwelling Uoue, with other con Tea ten t buildings thereon Th's part of the raid dtbtor real estate will he offered snhjuct to the homestead exemption of the said debtor and his fam Sly. and free from the lies for the debts cue from said William Tew. Terms, one third cash on confirmation, roe third in six months, and the remaining third in twelve months from and after the day of confirma tion; all the purchase money to be 00 interest until paid,nd secured by note and mortgage on the prem ises sold. - lh BALDWIN. Assignee of William Tew, of Newtoa Falls. Feb, 2. tu.-Sw SHERIFF'S SALE. Daniel Dunbar, ts. In Oourt of Common Pleas John McC leery el al. 1 of Trumbull County. By virtue of an order of sate issued from the Court ef Ccmmoa Pieasf Trumbul bounty, Ohio, to me di rected and delivered, I shall offer for sale, at Public Auction, at the door of the Court House, in Warren, io said county, on Saturday, the 2ith day of March, 1SG0, r etwee a the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock. M. of said day, the following described real estate: Biuiate ia Johnston township, in said County, and is known by beinf part of lot No. 24 in the township aforesaid, and is bounded as fDllows: Beginning at the north wet t corner of said lot, and running south SHJ chains 47 links, thence east 22 chains and eighty one liaka to the road; thence along said road to the north line ot said lot, thence west on the lot line, 32 chains aad 45 links to the place of beginning, con taiaing fifty-six acres and fifty-six one hundredths as acre of land, more or less, and is the same land deeded by Abram Everett to John McC leery, acd re corded ia Trumbull County records, book "3, pa-e 3u9. Appjsiaed at $ 40 per acre . Term e cash. A. B. LYMAN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, February Sg. 1mW.-5w SHERIFF'S SALE. fcj Humphrcr Harsh. vs. In Court of Com. Fleas J;hlel Lane et al. By virtue of au order of Sale issue! from the Couit of Common Pleas of T rumba 11 County Ohio, to me di rected and delivered, I have levied upon.aod shall of fer at public Auctiou at the djor of the Court Huase in Warren TrumbuU County, on Saturday the 17 day ef March I860, between the hours of lu o'clock A. U. and 4 P. M. ot aa.J day the following described Real Kstaie. Situate in Brace viile township in said conn ty and Is known by being ttectio 13, 14 and 17 Lot No in the to wash ip aforeaaid and is bounded as fallows: Begin. Dg at a post in the fcoath east corner of Section 13, thence along the west line of Section 17 about 44 chains 5 links to the centre of Mahoning ri w thence down the river in the centre, the several courses thereof to the South, west corner of a lot deed ed to David Humphrey, thence north 24 "'west 33 chains SS links to a post standing in the corner of a field, thou aortfa 3wKa west 6 chains to the south line of the romd..thence 6 fcta W. along the south side of the road, la chains 45 Links to aposutnence north by a line run from the south side of the road 14 chains 12 links to a post, tbeDce scuta SO J west y a line run 15 chains to apoatin tle east line of Section 13. then south along said east line ?,e? links to a post,thenct!west4 chains to a post thence south 13.50 to a post.in the south line f eectton 13 .thence east along said south line 4 chains to the first boundary, containing 2m acres more or less. Except about 5 acres lying on south side of snaia road conveyed by Aura iiriswold to P. B. Stowe aod ethers where the Steam Saw-mill is bow located, and except acres in south west corner articled to K.O.Hamphrev by Lane. Apprised at 30, per acre. Terms Cash. A. B. LYMAN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren, Feb. 15 v9. S'llSEUFF'S SALE. Ceo. F. Brown. . ) - ... In Court of Com. Flot. Charlei Messenger et al.) By Tirtae of aa order of Sale Issued frnm the Cont ct Cmftion Plea of Tnimhall Cooatj Ohio, to me di rected and delivered X ahall offer at Pablic Auction, at the door of the Court House, is Warren. Trnmbull County. Ohio, on Saturday, the Jlh 4sj ot March IsoO between the houri of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.M. of eai'l day the fol'.oain de scribed real Estate. .Situate in the to.ufiip of War ren.and is known as parts of lots 'o.27 in said tews hip and bounded as follows:. (1st lot) Beginiar at a post in the aocth line of the laud formerly owned hy Boswell M. Uuon. and on the west side ef the County road ruiming through aatd lot north and south (he river road so oalled) thence south 85" west 4 chains and 90 links thsnce aouth 15- east two chains :i links tlience north ti east 4 chains 9J links thence north west to the place of beeninr. containing as now surveyed one acre of land more or less- Airised at gtoO. (3d lot.) Bounded Beginning at a atone s.t in the south west corner of a lot sold to Peter Gaskill, thence north 15 west alone the west line of said ias fctli lot and the west line or the atove described lot 4 chain, and 4 links to the south line of the Uason lot,.thruco west on the south line .f the Mason fire chains to a stake, thenoe Soath !5H east 4 chains and41inkstoa Stake, thence east firs chains fou and a hal links to the place of bjinin;t contai ning iwo acrM of land more or lee. Jkcarised at Xerms Cash, A. B LTMAX. Sheriff. 45heH8"i OSce. Warren . web. 15th '6ti-w SHERIFF S SALE. Humphrey Earsh.) vs. In Court of Com. Pleas". nirry Catriher et al.) By wirtue of an order of sale issued from the Court f Common Plea, of Trumbull County, Ohio. tome directed and delivered I shall offer at Public Ancti.n t the door of the Court tlouse in Warren ojn Satur day the l?th day of March lHtitl, between the hours of 1U o'clock A. M. and 4 P. M. cf said day, the following jieaerieed Real 1: state. Sitnato in the township of llowsand aAd ia known by lots Mo. 30 4c 31 reference .being bad to Map and Survey of a town Piat lain t torC. C. Seeiy and Lyman Potter by Kdwin Leff iagwell Surveyor, npon tjabdi vision number one and four in the west Survey of small lot number two, in large lo- number twenty one in the original S rvey efwaid fiowland township May. Recorded in Trum-buil-Cosnty atecords pages 11-3. I9U and IV1 Book 33. said lots thirty and thirty-one being about onj hun dred and twenty-eight feet long and aboas thirty feet wide.it being the same lots deeded to Adolpbns sy T. J. McLain, Feb. 17, and recorded iu Tram bull County Records Book 74, P. K!9.13u. Apsrisaa at $17U. Terms Cash. A. B. LTM AM. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Warren Feb. 15th. "CO-Sw. SHERIFF'S SALE. Mahoning County Bank.) John Wolf. i y virtoe of an alias order of sale issued oa. of the -Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull County .Ohio. to me directed and delivered. I shall expose to Public Salt, At the door of the Court iiouse in Warren, on Satnrdav, the 17th day of Blarch, 16C0, etwen the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock . sC-of said day, the following described real estate. ,o Wic Situate in Hubbard. Township number three in first range of Townshis in the Connecticut Western Kes.rve, in the State of Ohio, and whieh ia also in the connty of Trumbull, and is known by being bounded a follows: ast by lands originally sold to John W al ' dorf; Sonth partly by the aouih line of lot and partly tiy land originally sold to Matthias Swartzweller; Wast partly by the west line of lot No- 4 in Hubbard Township, and partly by the west line of the said gv.ruwellrr. and north by lands then owned by James Montgomery. all being in said lot No. 4. and .aepuoaod to eunuin about sixty-three acres and four teen rods of land, excepting and reserving about one acre heretofore sold by Giles Clark lo John Swartx weller from the north-west corner of said land. Also. oneother lot of land in said lot Nj. 4, bounded north by land formerly claimed by the heirs of Mat thias Swartxweller, deceased; esst partly by land iaimed by the boirs of the said Swaruweller, and partly by lands owned by Isaac Hoover, and on the aath by the highway, containing seventeen acres of land, supposed lo contain in both pieces eighty acres of land, be the same more or It-ss. Kxcepting from the first described oioee of land ten acre, set off as a homestead to aaid Wolf, on the 13th 4ay of February. A. D- 15e, described as follows, to .trit: commencing at the soath -east corner of the first .desaribed piece of land, (and in the mlcdle nf a high .way. rann.ng oast and west through aaid township.) Xbeose aortst aUngthe west line of a public highway irnnning north and south) so far as to contain within :th hoondariew ten acres of land, thence west to little Yankee run. then south east to the place of begin siiog. oe which is the present dwelling of true said . John W.lf. Appraised at 816 per acre, after making th exceptions abo stamed. Term Cash. A. B. LYMAN", bberiff. -CfaerUrt OSce. Warren. Feb. f. Iwjw SHERIFF'S SALE. " Milo McComba, 1 In Court of Common Pleas tw. Trumbull County, oteph Chamberlain stall Sy awrusa of an order of sal in th a-eve entitled . cuk. Issaed owt of the Court of Common Pleas of Tramou!! County, Ohio, to me directed and delivered, il have levied an. and shall expo to Pnblio Sale at .she door of the Court House in n arrenn ad Coun- Satnrdar, the 17th 4oy of March, 1660, aetweeo the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.axd 4 o'clock P. Ai. ef said day. the following desoribed real estate, to wit: bitnate in Weathersfield township. TrumbuU county, Ohhio, being the whole of lot No. 14, as cur weed by itsekiel iioover for Joshua et.ws, in the aaomb of August, conlainiug on. hundied and four acres and onchundred and ten rods of land, ex x.ptiog therejxom hva acres deeded hs James Mc Cwmbs to Isaac Jnstice and William Suxton, be the am snore or less subject to the said light of way theroon existing, as appropiiated by Railroad ccm Appraised, subject to the exception and right IT way aforesaid at 3u yr . lltJHW4.4( WMA;f ghrJ(r Sheriff's OIE. TTarran. Yebtuar;- e, l-it i SSI , 1 1 , ! of glanafcttartrs. uwiiMnii. mruoirsis. Jr. trraii n. tsiiu. EDWARD SPEAR fc CO., Manufacturers and dealers in Lumber, Hough and Dressed. Door. Blinds. Sash. Floor i.e. 8idin, (Uiingles and Lath, No. 1 Canal Street. W'arren Ohi . J Une, wr. s.ucix. SHCi Dix Htnacar. FRANKL1S TOUKDRV. H. HULL & CO., Manufacturers i . of ImproTed Steam Enrtnes. Iron and Brass Founders and M. II .rights" Corner of South at Liberty Streets, Warren, Ohio. O. H. Pttb, Fauto Ornvcst. PATCH fe OPDYCKK, Dealers by and Cirriae Trimmings, and Manufacturers of II ar- wiiuiri, iruuM, ao. &asc siae aiam street. Warren, Ohio. w. b. Ball. ft l. TATLOK. HALL fc TAT LOR, Manufaci urers of ll.irnes. Saddles. Trunks. Ac Carriage Trimmers; Farmington.Trttm. Co., O. deciy P. a. woods. M. C. Vt'OOtl WORTH. WOODS & WOODWORTH, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS. Office orer Post Office, Main Street. Warren, Dec. 14, 'ifl.-ly GEORGE S. FOSTER, M. D.. H0M(E0PATHIC PHTSICIAS. Oflbce o,er the New York Store, Warren. O Ofliee hours 111 to 13 o'clock, A. 51. 1 to 3 P. M Eept. lP59.-y "JULIAN HARMON, Pby sician and f.- 6uron: 0lnc North side of the Public Suutrs, Ohio- octSOy LOY & NELSON. Physicians; and Surgeons, East of the Bank, alarket St W ar ren. tfrio. Feb. P W. TOWNSEND, M.D.. Homeo- X. (athist. CfBce in SotliFs Block, near the American Hotel. Office hours, from 10 to IS o'clock A- mar -y T DAVIS. M. D., Eclectic Physician t Surgeon. Omee ow Nichols' Hat and Ciotningtore. Main Street. Wiiter,, o. "T)R. T. G. H0RTON Eclectic Phy- 'elan. Sureeon and Obstetrician. Bristol. Trum- nnu Co.. Ohio. Charges reasonable, reports to the contrary notwithstaaing. March 3, 'iSHf. "I B. CANFIELD, Commission and t Forwariing Merchant. and Wholesale Dcalerin Westrn Eeserve Cheese, Butter. Lard. Pork. Bacon. Pot and Pearl Ashes. Saleratua, Linseed and Lard Oil. Dried Fruit, and Produce renerally, lios. 141 and 145 Frontstreet, Pittsburgh. Pa febS3 WM. ETItt-AKm. n. inomes. EDWARDS & IDDINGS, Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, dealers in Foirars. Teas. Coffee, Oils. Tobaccos. Wines. Liquors. Cirsrs. Salt Fish. fcc, at Sos. 145 Water, and 4ii and 4-i Cnion Streets. Ci.CTSL.as, 0. my 4-3a. T. B. lABro'K. n. HrR, BABCOCK & HURD, Wholesale GROCERS and 0OMMISSI0K MKRCI1ANTS and dealers in FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Also, Manufacturers f the Best qnalitr of Confection, aries; A genu for Cincinnati Katin Vines, Km. 1G Water Street. Cleveland, O. Sterols. SC. WHITING fe CO., Manufactur of Choice Confectionaries, and Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in Foreign Fruits, Imported Cigars and all Delicacies in their Seajon, No. Ill Superior Street. Cleveland. 0. Ctt M. M0SER, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods- Hardware. Groceries, Qeencware, Boots. Shoes, Ei.s. Caps, Ready Made Clothing, ate. Market Strere. Warren. O. f. w. aira. r. . BIRXXTT- JICE & BURNETT. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in China.81.sa and Onaeni- I ware. No. 11 Superior Street, Cleveland , Ohio. TDDINGS & MORGAN, Dealers in SL Staple and Fane Dr. Goods. Oieeries. Groek rr. I Uardware, Carpeting, Sole Leather, Ac, at she Sign me r.mp ire tr, arren, O. JVAUTR0T, Importer of Gold and Silver Watches, and dealer in Jewelry, Silver are. Ate.. Market Street. Warren- O. apr '56. a. e. iriwitt, 13E CK, EUR WELL & CO., WLolesale J- and Beb.il dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Qoods; Silk aad Straw Bonneu, Trimmings, Varieties. See., at the sign of the Ware an Dkt Goom Store, Van Oorderi block. Warren. Ohio. TING & BROTHER, Dealers in XV. Watebes. Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Plated and Britumia Ware, Lamps, Fancy Goods, dec. 2io. 9. Main street. Warren. O. All kinds of Clocks and Watches carefully repaired and warranted. mar2 PARKS & WENTZ, Dealers in For eign and Lomestie Dry Goods, Crockery, Boots, hoes acd Leather, Carpeting, Paper Ilacgizirs, Win .low Shades, Beady Made Cloiainfr, fccM always chzzy for ready pay at the New-York Store. . KATaCO!f1. FITTH ADAZB. S RAYMOND & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Wall Paper, fco. 63 Superior street. Cleveland. Ohio. my F. E. & U. II. HUTCUINS," A TT0RNEYS AT LAW. Will prac- J tice Law in Trumbull and Mahoning couxties, Ohio. Office OTer Aduns Book Store, Warren. Ohio. They are at liberty fo advise with John Hutchins.who will, when desired, asjitt in the trial ot canses. Warren, April il, l59.-y a. F.CCET1M, C. W.liXiTJi. CURTISS & SMITH, 4 ttoroeysand Counsellors at Law. 1 Offics in the old Clerk's Ofnce, north side of the Public Square, Warren, Ohio. mar25 M. BIRCHAKO. J. W. TYLER. BIRCHARD & TYLER Attorneys itt Law. Office on Main Street, one door sonth of th Gaskill House. h. 16. -i9. JOHN D. KING. Attorney at Law and General Collector; Office over MeCcmts At Smiths' gtre. Wsrren. Ohro. Arpil 'o-y ' F. ASPER, Attorney at Law, and Solicitor In Chancery, Warren, Trumbull Co..O HITTLESEY ADAMS. Notary FuMi and General Collector, Warren. O. HOMER NORTON, J. T. . TT'Y & COUNSELLOR AT LAW V Will attend promptly to all business entrnsted care Sonthington,0.,Oct. 12, '59-lv . wr. uiurr, w. t. emit. COX, RATLIFF & SPEAR, ATT TORNEYS. 09c on Liberty Street, direetly opposite th Kast id of the Court Hons, WARREN. 0. W. 0. F0BBIST. H. L. BCK-SETT. F0EEIST & BURNETT, A TT0RNEYS. OfScc on east side X . of Publie Square, (formerly occupied by Hon. 8. F. Hoffman.) Warren, TrumbuU Co., Obio.i August 1U, le3. Camp's Hotel. A. Camp, Pro prietor; Market Btroet, one door east or W. It. Bank. Warren, 0. Dee. 'S8. EAGLE HOUSE, by Geo. T. HrJiZ Market street. Warren, 0. Fifth dor oast nf the Bank. mart RATIONAL HOTELA. Chapmah JL Proprietor. Kast lid of th Publie Square, W arren, Ohio. Stisrillanenus. COTJKT3T SURVEYOR. FRANKLIN TRUNKEY, Surveyor & Enrineer. will attend to any business in his pro fession, with dispatch. Burg Hill, Trumbull Co- O. S p. 21, '59, y DENTISTRY. PI!. A. C.IYNAS, SURGEON DENTIST, Operator fn all forms of Scientific, Bledical and We chanical.Dentittry, Sewlen Fails, Ohio. Oc&TV WG. DARLEY, Civil Ekgikieb. . DwACoarrsxaw akb L&irn StTRVKro. Maps, Plans, and Estimates of Buildings, Alines, ore., exe cuted with dispatch, WARKaiM. O. my 'i'J-y JAMES MACKEY. Civil Engineer and Land fenrrrror. Residence. lj mile Xnrth-east of Tnungstown. Ohio. Leveliuc and Surreyiof in Coal Uine. attended to. Also, Examinations, MjS and Reports of Cullieries. and estimates of coal mined therefrom. Alar ii-j J. Cratrford. PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAfKTER. Smdlo in the rooms formerly oeci ded by Bobbies A Leftoy, as a ia?uerrian Gallery, Smith's Block, Wams.Oliis. All persons are respect fully invited to call. Warren, J une 'SS-tf. 03 William F. Porter is now prepared to execute ail kinds of Wood Kneraving on short notice, and is superior manner. Leave your orders at W. N. PORTEB 4l SOS'S Bookstore. Warren. 0-, April id, leST. I). THOMAS. Fascioksblk Tailor, .. Ka. Is Xiiir irurr. VTkksh. 0. Particular attention Faid to Cutting, and all articles warranted to fit, if proerl7 tuade up. Custom Work done exclusively. . Alsy 'jCMSm TI0LINS fe GUITARS at. 1S51). 1SGO. NEW YORK STORE. THIRTEENTH lIIE subscribers are now open il ing their stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS wlicb in extent and variety is unsurpassed in this coun ty, and which has been selected with great care, and special reference to the wants of the people. In the styles and qualities and prices of the goods which we offer to our cus tomers this fall, we challenge competi tion. Cheese, Butter and Farm Produce generally, wanted, for which Cash anal Goods will be paid. TARK3 4 WENTZ. Wamik.O., Scpt.,lS59. SILKS. PLAIN BLACK, ClitNK. BATADEKC, MO IKK ANTIQUE, RICH FLA I Hi, bhOCADR. tikVOS DB EPSOM, t'OULAKI). NEW VOiUi STORE. FRENCH MERINOS & C0BURGS All the Colors and Shades. NEW YORK STORE. PRINTED FRENCH MERINOS &. COBURGS in great wariety and of surpassing beauty. KErt" I0UK STOKE. pLEOPATRA STRIPES. ZURICh STRIPES. Cheap-FionabBich. XT0VEAU PLAIDS, bataderes. . poruM. ombbe cashmeres. A10US DE LAIN El), SATIN ELVIRA PLAIDS, FOIL DB CHEVBB. KEW "0RK STORE. BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, TWEEDS. SATINETS. JEANS. Ac. in .real variety and at prices that defy competition. HEW YOKE bTOKE. 10,000 at one shilling. YARDS FAST COLOR PRINTS at 6s; eti. a yard cheap SEtt" V0RE STORE. 10,000 YARDS BLEACHED & BROWN SIIIRTIKGS cheap at oiw ahiUieg. KEW YOKE STORE. RICH LANCASTER. MANCHES TER & OLASGCW GINGHAMS cheap at one shilling par yard. NEW YORK SIOKR. EMBROIDERED LACE & MUSLIN CURTAINS GILT SHADES for one Dollar. VEW YORK STORE. B ONNETS. RIBBONS, LACES. Em broideries, collars. SLEEVES. SETTS. HEW YORK STORE. CARPETING all grades.fiom a Rag to a Royal Wilton we keep th largest stock in th county, and sell th cheapest. ' KEVT T0RK 8T0RE. COTTON HOSE & LINEN H'DK'FS cts. KEW YORK STORE. TVATCII SPRING HOOPS, the best in use. KEW YORK 8T0EK. F ASHIONABLE HATS Broadway ayie alio Soft Hats and Caps for men and boys KEW YORK SIORE. B ROCHE LONG SHAWLS for S10, worth S-.'U. Broehe Square 6x?",lr7:woll, $10. C IIESTERFIELD SACKS. KEW YORK STORK. "RENCH REVERSABLE SHAWLS 1 Walden Long Shawls. Stella Shawls fc Uroehe Bordering. KEW YORK STORE. id A BLEACHED and BROWN JLU "X SHEETINGS. KEW YORK STORE. JEW STYLES DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety. Tnii. 4V AV II vsasa, w CROCKERY & GLASSWARE A Large Stock SJ per cent.lowr than ever befor. KEW YORK STORE.' .UGARS & SYRUPS, Wholesale and C Retail a little lower than elsewhere. KEW YORK STORE. B 00TS & SHOES. Very Cheap. Ladies' Gaiters, si eU. NEW YORK STORE. F RESH TEAS 75 ct Teas for 50 c(s. Warranted good. KEW YORK STORE. PAPER HANGINGS. LOOKING GLASSES. SHADES. KEW YORK STORE. G OLD BANDED CHINA TEA SETS KEW YORK STORE. O IL CLOTHS All the Widths. KEW TORK STORE. FRENCH CHINTZ PRINTS. Furniture Chinta Pri nts. KEW TORK STORE. 7-4 CRIMSON FRENCH MERINO for SHAWLS. KEW YORK STORE. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS.- Varieties. KEW YORK STORE. B R0WN SHEETINGS 6 I 4 ct. KEW TORK STORE. BLACK SI LKSBischoff and Bonnai, thebestinuse. KEW TORK STORE A DIES CLOTHS FOR CHESTER- J FIELD SACKS. KEW TORE STOEB. Some ill in y mYciv in THE SUBSCRIBERS having associ ated together in the general DRY GOODS, GROCERY AND PRODUCE BUSINESS, Under the firm of ANDREWS & WEEKS, would announce to fheir FRIENDS thronrht this aad adjoining COUNTIES, that they now are in receipt of their SPUING STOCK! We possess ALL TITR FACILITIES TIHT CAS BR HAD IN THE TRADE; we buy directly of IM PORTERS and the primcipal sad bttl Jobbing Usual in the East Our entire mew stock this spring is very larfc. and unusually attractive, presenting a variety unsurpassed for BEAUTY OF STYLE AND PERFECTION OF FABRIC. We. shall receive additions by KXPRE9 from lime to time, so as to be able to offer everything new in their season. It will be oar design to keep everything within the range of FAMILY WANTS, of th more ttmple mnd meefmt, as well as th We also keep all kinds ot GROCKUIES. and would make special mention of our "X" ES f3 a choice article which we are selling for 50 CENTS PER LB., Aluo, we hate a very tmperlor iteck of Soots and Shoes, AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES. It ii unnecessary to girt mors of & detail, and voald retnAik that you will Cud EVERYTHING YOU MAY WANT in onr stock, and it shall b oar aim to so it you in GOODS and PKICK3- 600 TONS OF CHEESE 1YJXTED. ALSO, Butter and all Kinds of Produce, fir which the highest market prices will be paid in Cash and Goods. THE PATnOXS OP MR. WEEKS are assured that the new arrangements will not in the least interfere with his former MERCHANT TAILORING! business, l ot on the contrary prove a general advan- n . un iwp on nani a larger snd more general stock than heretofore, and will by h a person al attention, spare no pains to give entire satisfaction ia point of style of cut and workmanship, and would call special attention to oar new stock of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, among which will be fonnd many things new. which are not kept ia any .ther establishment in th-s sec tion. A. E. ANDREWS. JOHN L. WEEKS. 10 Market St., 'Warren, Ohio. Warren. April 27, lriS. Woods V JPesr, WARREN. OHIO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX DRrGS. MED1CIN KB. PAINTS.OIL. DYE-WOODS. I'VE SIL'PFS. CHEMICALS. PEKFL'HEKY. AND EVERYTHING USUALLY KEI'T IX A DRUG ESTABLISHMENT, A RE now receiving direct from the Eastern Cities and from the MannTactories. the most extensive ami best assorted stock of the kind ever brought to this market, slid will sell at prices which cannot tail to suit purchasers. Oor assortment of FAMILY MEDICTXES is com plete, eml. raring ei-crr Tariety u fympi, BiUers. Pills, Alteratives. rc.,te., ored in the treatment of all diseases f mankind- Phvsicians can find in oar stock every articlt nsed io their practice. Terms fair, quality reliable, and warranted as rr presented. To Merchants and Dealers in Receral, we will sell at prices which most suit, the folio win r articles, of which we hare a larpe stoek: Starch. Chemical and Castile Soap. Window Glass and Glaus Ware of all kinds. Pare Sub. Car b. Sda. Cresm Tartar, Calabri and Sicily Licorice. Licorice Root. 8tenrtne, Tallow and Star Candles. Cod Lirer Oil, Wood's Hair Hento rative.Boorhaves Holland Bitters. Ho Aland's Germa? Bitter's. Herbolshermao's Stomach Bitters, and many other Tonics. Hair Restoratives and Pyes, which aie and tiaee will not permit as to mention. Of Oils and Tarnishes, oar stock is complete. vr bracInpSO BMs. Tanners. 10 Winter If I earned Wba.e, 10 I.ard: also Castor. Sweet and all the essential Oils' BRUSH KS. The largest tock ever broasht to town of Whit Wash. Paint, Artirts. Scrub an: thos Brnth ei. whieh w".!l be sold at wholesale on favorable terms. pure Wins and Liqnors for medTcinal purposes at nst any prices up to Pr (raMn. Ttanicl Derr's pare Rre and Wheat Whiskey, fr tale Jn large or small quantities. cs3A luc la SL M - na I ' ir 7rij i , ,f,t "a i rr.- W- rzrr We have nc hesitation in saving tliat we have the largest and best selected stock t t Paints and Colors, Dry and in oil ever brought to this market. and we in vite all persons wishing to purchase the.e articles to call and examine onr stock and prices; and Paints and Linseed Oil beinp held at rlscelf cask rates, the figures cannot fail to suit. Our stock embraces the following brands : Fahnes tock's Pnro, New York xx. National. Cleveland. Pa cific. Penn. and Lehigh Snow White Zinc (the best in market.) Passaic bnow White. dec.. eVc- We hare also a stock of excellent Teas far retail, at low rates. Also, Spices. Sarzical Instruments, Dental Instru ments, Tooth Brushes. Hair Brushes, Arnold's and K inland's Inks. Snuff and Fine Cut Chewing Tobac co, Trasses, Supporters, eke , dco. liure hereafter. WOODS . PEW. rPUE reason why people are so dis- X tressed when sick, and why so many die, is be cause they do not get a medicine which wiil i-assto the afflicted parts, and which will open the natural pas sages for the disease to be cast out; hence, a large quantity of food and other matter is lode d. and the stomach and intestines are literally overflowing with the corrupted n:a?s; thus undergoing disagreeable fer mentation, constant!. mixing with the blood, which throws the corrupted matter throagh every vein and artery until life is tat en from the brdy by disease Da. Moa?'s PILLS have added to themselves victory upon victory, by restoring millions of the sick to blooming health and happiness. Yes. thousands who have been racked or tormented with sickness, pain and anguish, and whose feeble frames h ve een scorched by the burning elements of miring fever, and who have been brought as it were, within a step of the silent grave, now stand ready to testify that they weald have been numbered with the dad, hai it not been for this great and wonderful med'cine, More'i Indian Riot Pills. After ueor two doses had been taken, they were astonished and absolutely surprised, in witness ing their charming effects. Not only do they give in. mediate ease and strength, and take away all sick ness, pain and angush, bat they at once go to work at the foundation of the disease, which is the blood. Therefore, it will be shown, especially by those who use these Pills, that they will so cleanse and purify, that disease that deadly enemy will take it flight and the flush of youth and h auty will again return, and the prospect of a long and happy life will chcri.h and brighten your days. Beware of Counterfeits of these Pills, signed A. B. Moore - Trice 25 cents per box. gold by 11. A. SMIT1T tie Co.. and WOODS k. PEW. Warren, O., and by all dealers in Medicines io the county. B. LAKE JTrDSOS. Sole Proprietor, 0 Leonard Stret, New York. WM- MCDGF; Co . Proprietors of Trask'a Mar nttie Ointment, Earlesville. Madison Co., New York, GencnJ Agents, to whoa ail oders must be address ed. June 1. le&JMy WESTERN RtiSgKVU CARRIAGE FACTBB.Y, AT WAR REX. mpmmk wj The Proprietor desires to Inform his qJ?' friends and palroas. that he may now IT-rVV h fund on Libertv street. xoatb of the r i S Bank, where as formerly.be is manu facturing to order. ant. for itale, Carriages and Buggies of every description ;and w inconstantly keep on baud a good assortment olthe most approved stv Its. which for material- substantial workmanship. nd elesunee of ftnish, shall not be urpted in this section of Uhic. Those wantioga vehicle of any kind, will do well by giving me a call -as they can scarcely fail in being suited. either in style, quality .terms or price. Painting and Tnmminedooe in a superior manner, acd at prices that will give satisfaction. Cash will be paid , and good prices, for the best of all kinds second trrowth carriage lumber. Warren, April id '59. E. K. WJSELL. WASTED The L'di-s lo cll and examine the full and complete stock of Calieis Soots, 81iprrs, Olilldren's fcboes. sYc. a JAMES McCOXSELIS. .MANUFACTURERS O AKD Wholesale Dealers Ko. 6 "WATEB STIiEET, (FsUXZUsT BCILSDim,) ssOBoa a. arra. CLEYEL&SD, 0. sj. f. raixorro. Drs. Palmer & Sawyer, DENTIST'S. OFFICE on Hifrh Street, 2 doors East of the American II oast. fTarren. 0. nar'Vtf WM. HABIT, Wholesal, and Betall Dealer ta AU kinds of Furniture, NO. 107 WATER ST. T HAVE NOW ON HAND, a large X. and complete assortment of Rose Wood. ITIalionny, Itlack Walnut AND CHERRY CHAMBER SETS, various styles, LOUNGES. t all pricpi.; 1JATTR ASSES, of Hair, Manilla, Excels and Straw; PIANO STOOLS; All of which I offer to the purchasing community at PRICES TG SUIT TF1K TIMF.S. WM. HART. Angr.3 y 107 Water St.. Clfrelan... The Warren Dry-Goods Store. PECK, BUR WELL & CO., RE now receiving tbeir stock of 2 V SPRING dc BUMMER 001)3, which, in rich nees, variety ard attractiveness, is tar superior toany they have ever before brought to this market. We have been lead by oor increasing trade, and the cheer in prospect of the "frood times coming,' to purchase largely, aud have addrd t- our selections a clsss of richer poods thsn 1 ave before been brought to Warren, a clas of froods wjieh the increasins; wealth and cul tivated U.neof the people of Trumtmll Coaitv require We have taken on usual pains in the selection of oar poods, and have aimed not merely at bavins; as srood a stock as can le found in Warren, bnt at having the best ever brought into Trumbull Connty. and we feel warranted in saying that our stock will compare fa voraiily in quantity. q-ialUy and variety with the stocks foaud in any establishment in Cleveland or l'itts-'orgh, and we are determined to name prices that will insure quick sales. We respectfully solicit the people of Warren and vicinity, to call and examine our goods before pur chasing elsewhere. PECK. BURWELL A CO. CCH00L BOOKS. O Porter & Son have ready a good stok of all the School (look j and Stationery that are used in this vi ctnitT. The i ble generally are invited to call and examine our stock, and select $ach as are wanted for the fall schools. A fine lot of Wall Psper selling very low. One of the firm expects to go East soon, and if any of our friends have auy money to spare, please hand in; or if any books are wanted, we will furnish them at the lowest rates. POKIER dc SON. Aug-31 lcu9. COAL! COAL!! Montgoorrj's Bank, n Brookficld, Is the place to pet coal cheaper than an? hank in the connty. liar ins: got rid of the hands that had it rented for the list six vears. 1 will no soil to suit the hard times and suit customers. Blacksmiths csn have picked coal if thfjr srish, cheaper than n has teen sold lor the last two years. For Coal Inst as dujr. without picking, on. dollar and ten cents a ton: lrt picked Blacks nitVs coal, one dollar and seventy-fire cents and thit whirh ia sorted from it, which is good store or I rate coal, on. dollar per ton. W are digging the l est coal e.er dug from the Bank. B. HO.NIUOlllSi'.r . October 14, IHSD.-fim VATCIIES IMPORTED AT WARREN. T1 HE SUBSCRIBERbas ju?t returned I fr.m it, Rut. with a larger stuck of Jewe'.ry and Notions tnan he ever brought, before, and has also re ceived a lar?e Case of Watches from iwitierjand. of all prices. Among these are a few Matile Chronome ters cost 8175; also some very fine SiWer Watrhes, cost from '.( to 1C0. Having made arrangements to receive 4OO0 worth of Hatches, afoniay. and being obliged to sell them, dealers and others will find that I wiil sell at very low prices. ...., M . . 1 have also, a very Urge stock of all kmds Jewel ry. Fancy Goods. Spoons, sec; that I will sell to Ped dlers and Watch Makers, as tow as they can buy at New York. Also a new lot of American atchei and uouble sight Spectacles. Please call and see my stock. ntm wITaM.Nov 3d.'5rtf - JULES TACT ROT. 1859. POPULAR TRADE. 1 859. XE HELVES, BROOMS. MOP 1 HANDLES. WASHBOARDS. HOOPS assorted. Stone Pumps and Drain Pipe; Smith's Needles, the best IOjA aTpOOATE'S THREADS, White and Colored. BROOK'S OLA1CK " Butler, Cecil A Kawson's Black Patent Thread, Oskviile Company best Anier:cn Pina. Solid Head, Needle Pointed d do do do do English do Feb 23, '59. EDWARD E. 1101. dc CO. X E W MILLINERY STO RE. MRS. M. A. KING would rrspectfully Inrite the Ls.iies or Wsrren snd Tlciuity, to call at her i.e. MillinrT Store on Main Sirrrt. od d do or north of the Host Olfi-e. where they will fin'1 tht latest strles ef HONS KTS. HATS, an l a general assortment of CHOICK MILLINERY GOODS, which will b. sold at price to suit the times. Ble-u-bins; anl Trimmiur -!"iie on short noUc. Warreo. March 3Rh, IriS-tf. "coal; coal; COAL ! ! THE subscriber keeps constantly on hand the BEST QUALITY of Coal, at the Bank of HcTvmss ot Cnsw. X suile Sonth , L BrookBeld Ohio. JosErU riLtH. Brook field. Jan. SIS. Ifijrt-W. NEW BAKKRV. Th, Subscriber is now prepared to furni sh all who may want, with a superior article of Sod. ''.t But. Ur and Bos.on Crackers. Cakes. Vies. fce.. -- will he sold as low as ia consistent with a fair hring PrWe"haTe constantly on hand, and can fill orders for 8oda Biscuit, Butter 4 Boston Crackers, oa rery 'hr '.'M.'in St. TVarra. 0-. S do.rs south of Ander M. H. BARBER. BOOKS fBOOKS!! PORTER k SON are now receivin-; their spring stock of SCFIOOL and MISCEJ-LA-XFOUS bVkKS. and STATION KRY ; l-.o. . Urgs k of WALL PAPKB and BJRDKHS. We insueall ?o7 Wend, and the putlic generally to call and . jTIattrcsscs. Jlallrrsses. HATR, JENNY LIND. HUSK, am BEA-ORASS MATTRESSS8, well adapted l,lot .-Tired Nature's Sweet restorer." Jo.t receiyed and Warren, O., Jun lith, Ifitf. ENRYWARDBEECHER'S BOOKS. Notes from Plvmou'.h Pulpit. Views pnd Reflections on Religious Subj-cls. Fruits, Flo e" & Farminr. DAMS' BOOK STORB T ARREN PACKARD ! At the "Tall Brick," Warren, Ohio, HAS on hand a large and complete assortment of HARDWARE- At IRON, for the Winter and Spting trade, consist ng of 1ROS FOR WAGONS. t PRISOS 4 AXLES, IRON 'R BUUOYS, BOXKS At BANI.S, IKON FOR DM AU THETIT. BOLTS at Nl'TT. IR0SV0K1IORSKSI1OKS. SPADKSAt SHOVELS, 1RKN FOR fcVKKVTHINO, PAlNTr At OILS, pl-OAR riiKK KRACR. SASH dr IXKIKS, CAKHIAK TRIMMINGS, SWKKDKS I KOI, MKCHAN ICS TOOLS. KoRWAY NAIL RODS BELTING At PACKING. WINDOW GLASS. ')l(M i 2 & 3 H00P I'AILS, for sal. .W V'VVJ low by the quantity Feb. IF39. WARREN PACKARD. TO BE SOLD AT COST! :"" yn'i Thick Bom, . Wen' Cttlf Bout Jlcu'- C'f Sl.oes ilcn Ct.lt inlrtn Uo) c:f B'.tt Boys' thiCei B tt CiiMren' rbna A. C McCONNKLL. A: til S3, ONLY PREPARATION W0RTUT OP Universal Confidence & Patronage For Statesmen Judges, Clergymen Ladies and Oentlemen, in all parts of the world testi fy to the efficacy of Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, and gentlemen of the Press are unanimous in its piaise. A few testimonials only can be here given; see circular for more, and it will b impossible for yon to doubt. 47 Wall Street. New York. Dec. 20th. 1R5. Gektlkhk: Yon not of the 15th in it-, has been received, saying that yon had beard that I had been beneatnd by the ase of Wood's Hair Restorative, acd rexnesting my certificate of the fact if I had no objec tion to give it. I award it to yon cheerfully, because I think It doe. i My age is about 5u years; the color of my hair is an- , burn, and inclined ta coil. Soma five or six years i since it began to turn gray, and the scalp on the 1 crown of my head to lose its sensibility and dandruff : to form upon it- Each of these disageaMtities in creased with time, and aont four months since a fourth was added to them, by hair falling off the top of my head and threatening to make me bald In this nnpleassnt predicament, I was induced to trv Wood's Ilair Restorative, mainly to arrest the falling on of my hair, for I -had really no expectation that gray hair coo Id ever be restored lo its original color except from dj es. I was, however, greatly sur prised to find after the ase of two bottles only, that aoi only was tee fallinx off arrested, bat the color was restored to the gray hairs and sensibility to the scalp, and dandruff ceased to form on my head, very much to the gratification of my wife, at whose solicitation I vas induced to try It. For this among the many obligations I owe to her sex. I strongly recommend nil husbands who value the admiration of their wives to profit by my example, and use it it growing gray or getting bald. Very respecttuUy. BKS. A. LAVENDER. To O J. Wood k Co., 411 Broadway. Nr Y.ork: My family are absent from the city, and I am na locger at No. 11 Carr.il Place. Bismajtco. Ala.. Jnlv Wh. 1fr.9. Ta Prof. 0- J. Wood; Bear Sir: Your Hair Resto rative has done my hair so much good since I com menced the ase of it, that I wish to make known to the PUBLIC of its ell ecu on the hair, which are great. A man or woman may be nearly deprived of hair, and by a resort to yonr -Hair Restorative," the hair wilt return more beautiful than erer; at least this ii my experience, nelicvi it all ; Yonrs Unit. WM. H. KENEDY. P. S. Ton can publish the above if yoo like. By publishing in oar Southern papers you will get mere patronaee south. 1 sec several of your certificates in tha JUU Jutremrjf, a stroag Souther raper. W. H. Kenedy, WOOD3 IT AIR RKTORATTYB. PRorxsaoa O. J.Wooc: Dear Sir: Having had the misfortune to lose the best portion of my hair, fmn theetlects of the yellow rever in iew Orleans in 101 I was induced to make a trial of your preparation and fund it to answrr as the very thing needed. My hair is now thick and gl. ssy, and no words can ex pres my obligations to you in giving to the adrcted suca a treasure. 4uniJ3. The Restorative is pat up In bottles of three sites, vis: Urce med'um. and small; the small holds i a pint, and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medi um holds at least twenty per cent, more in proportion than .he smll, retails for two dollars per bottle; the lare hnM s a quart, 4U per cent, more in proporta. n ana retails for $3. O. J WOOD 4k CO., Proprietors. 444 Broadway, 3ttw i or, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, tuo And sold by all food Druggists and Fancv Goods Dealers. Jan la, bU.-3a. Dr. Bronson. having been to far reduced by con sumption, to b consiuered beyond all hope of recov ery by the most eminent of the medical p roefi-ion, an J also by himself a regular physician if twenty years practice ;-s a last resort, conceived the idea of ANALYZING TH BLOOD, and applying th subject of physiology to the mora immt-diate connection, and effect of the state of the blood upon the health and system. The result has been the production of this BLOOD FOuD," from the ase of which Dr. Bronson was restored to perf. ct health. Within six months after its introduction, over two thousand conmimptives were effectually cured by it. If yo? have any com plaints of a consumptive tendency. Cf Cld. Head-ack; ralpitatim mf tkt heart. La J Appa- titt, mr Pain im tkt Sid lose no time in procuring a bottle of the BLOOD FOOD." Ifvoa are suffering from JVereoM Dekiliti. or your sleep ia krake and disturbed, it your Spirits mrs Depressed or your Organs relaxed, yon will find in this an unfailing remedy, by commencing with ten draps. If your i.tvr is tormd or diseased in any manner whatever, r twa mattlss will be sure to invigorate, and bring it into lively and healthful action. Inths most inveiera-e cases of Ugspepsta, the patient can here find the uost efficient and grateful relief. A benefit is always experienced after taxing antw bsttls. In Male or Female Complaint: and Weaknesses, the sufferer, alter trying other remedies in vain, may re asfured.thal a iertaa cure will reult f om the use of tma ar three bottles. The ' BLOOD FOOD" is effect ual in all eases of Eruptions. Salt Rheum. Scrofulas and other.like comp.a:nts. Fat and emaciated chil dren and adults are immediately benefitted by its use. It gives siren in to the bo-ly. and color and beauty to the skin. Phfsicians of all schools are using it with wonderful success Jf or full directions, see circulars. Price $ 1 per bottle amoq jad rjoaa cs'ssuj p3ouoj XpaiJis aq isnm d i)ou, no punvjw pwddu suorwdJip m 'Saisva ( uj s.i,qioui ot aptu isou aui sv jaffl, spudtnuioa j 'UuSVAj amir u, joj liriauividApv. Jqt si sadX4 (oq asoqm asoqi uv s)aaaxsiuaapw xuo uaa piouv. ;auta a )iupaia aqi j iuoiuvii.isl -iqio uvi aiua qjnm os stsoa ji .Al)si xuuiiooju at aaiii oa so aj dox pum domj AiS9UJa a s;a ao saoisinauoa io bsvj n ui aipoutswds iuw n;jaj.od aautaq paw :daapnuod I i3;ia qia uo p!lJ 1 a ! 'svasip jo uicji j puw ivivj vom am dJlOHO JtA J!I -ns w s ji VH ", ! H3 JOJ lnouu st i s(3jaoq aq) Jut )iDiu joj -uixa soiaiisj pus smna aqi Jujuijus joi -osiw : -- -jnoD 'AaaxsasAa q : om :iia 'uoiivjvajd jq.o xj3a J9AO iiJdux jattfs sit si q9!qms9so Jaiaoiio; aqj fs ui pu jno uiu)3 si puw'iuvjui aio -ip isom aqj dJnfut louuvo pua ssiuuvq Atiajjd st li A'Lqvinoj spuvq umosiq iq mqi io an cm -uoiwj jI jo uoi)MJ!p aq iun sisjjoj aqi moj; anp 3am p.iiisip si ii uDiqjs mojj sjooj aja ain : ous in nuividoioa ajiiuvjui) joj aiaijJW Jjqjo a'avqitsai jo uosuvaaioj sv a i9 iwu qiiji an ma si MPiHl sjiiiiutsufl sit auioapwp io pwaisat "p'tuo anoa m 3uuijns oqi SutaomaJ a"q saatA iiioaobsaoa paw 'puis, ias jo ojviao jo sijuXAiva mojj mjj X;ajia s; if iipaog maqi Joj aqiJMajd oi siuiaiduioa (i -luvjui u; ouuojta qjotu uioj pyt;vnb si oqji uvptsqu jw.nxaj w aq oonutaud aq. sj jsji j pajano jojoijaq svq arnb jo asjnu ivqi mnjtsoa Hxa -a jaAO Ciijoiiadns si ajwjs oj iSp 'TVIOHOij Sold by CUCKCH t BCPOST. DrnisU. Ho. 3o Maiden Lane. hew York. And by all respectybl, Drnrsists throatrhoal the couutry. Jan. IB. IrbU.-ly HEALTH OF AMERICA TOAIE.. From th Jf. T. Dailf JTews, (Editorial ) We dei ire to call attention to a letter from Dr. Joshua Britlge, on Health of Amtrica H op-en," in another colnmn. He treats the subject in an able manner.and his skill and medical judgmc.t my be relic J npoa. From th Albanw Evening Express. Marshall's Uterine Catholtcon has prorrd tohefnl-y At TalaaHe as it ia claimed to le in uanj sere re tests ma'ie y medical genilenicn ana others. lr. Bridge is a rernlar physician of Try fine ttainments. a mn of (Treat ja!?mt-nt and discrimiDat;oa, a jadcious acd highly successful practitioner, it. all discaacj. cap ciaily these of women and children. FROM PHYSICIANS. Marshall's Uterine Catbolicon will errtainly ear all the diseases for which it is recommended. In the worst eass I hare ever met with, Marshall's Uterine Cainoi icon is a certain and sale remedy. MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLIC OPT! Is unhesitatingly offered as a r?UsMe remtrdy for all those complaints to which every ian is liaMe.and' which gradually affect the mind as well as the body. so that to think, talk or work becomes alike a source of suffering, if not au impossibility. Among other com plaints tor which the C&tholicon is a remedy, is the Falling of Womb, Whites, Suppressed, Irregular or Painful Menstruation, Bloating. Inflammations and Diseases of the Kidneys or Unwary Organs, Retention or Ineonttnance of Urine. Heartburn, Costiveness, Nervousness, Fa:n tings. Palpitations, Cramp. Dist urbed leep, and all trouMci, organic or smpa -hetic, connected with the uterine organs. Ladies who are troubled with any of the ahore symtv toms, or with Spine. Liver or Lung complaints, are invited to address Dr. Batons, with full confidence that they will find relief. Marshalls Uterine Cat no U con is not a quack medicine, but its ingredients have been made known to th Medie&l Colleges, and they are at the service of any respectable physician In the country. The Price of Mars ha! Ts ffteriwe Cat ho lien is On Dollar and JJatJ per Singl Bo Us, West Bed roan, Coshocton Co.. Ma 14, 1857. Mr. H- B. KmasLBT. Sir; 1 have been selling the medicines oi the Urauenberg Company tor the last ten vears. and have invariably f. und them to rive good satisfaction: and the pills 1 have sold to a good many families as regularly as their tea and coflee. and with mv trade they become a staple article.- Marshall's Uteri be Cthoiicon is a medicine that has done a rrwat amount of good in female diseases. One lady I sold tt to told me she had received more benefit from one bot tle than she did Irem a long coarse of medical treat ment by the most skillful physicians. Yo.tr s truly, JAMES WILSON. MRS. ROBINSON'S CERTIFICATE. Yen now. Trumbull Co., May 1st, 153 This certifies that I have been in very poor health for years, and found In tie or no relief after employing a numter f physicians. My disease wn ProUpsis Uteri. I had bees, reduced by that and Flar Aibus until I had become ulcerated to a considerable extent. By the advice of Ir. 6 W. Buhnell. I prrcured and took six bo; ties ol Marshal. s Uterine Catholicoo. which enabled be to attend to my husband in his Ust sickness until he died, which was ahout a yar since. I h.re tken tnree bottle stuce bis dealt., wiieh has made me ale lo larvor and support my family ff three children. The Ctho;icon naa nearly restureu me io b alth. It t the only thir-gUiai n muigea my w fanne for a hch 1 feel very traterul. lermg. wraow MARY K BOBISSON. F r Sale by Wootw A Paw. Warren; J. fl. C. m. Ilaitford: Khmum a. Sorts. Newon Falls; K. dc S CJrx,a. Hu'. ard; P Crane. Urw-n; II. Ba d. KiKsmaa; B.i Foler: T Woltott. Farsaingtnn; and by Mudicine Dealer gru er illy . throughout th lwWm rie,and. 1P5-V. gentlorOhie. SPIUNO GOODS 15D. a 4 1859. THE EMPIRE STORE. IDDINGS fe MOKGAN re tct-i a Tbtir ir'Bg Qv: Thr scwmi aud bsat sty ' ar. o r ly for exh.lntiot. at F1l I r ANTED Csb! Cash!! CasuIi VV fM In Cash. Io escbags fa Bo mti Sboes.atSo.tOMaia btrtet. . . PATCH .a. OPDYCKE, FOR Till SALS OF TBI MOST SFLI50IO A-f D AMPLS STOCK OF SADDLERY HARDWARE AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS EVER SEEJi IN WAKHEX, OHIO. We are now offering Great Inducements to Cash and Prompt pay-bnyers. Our Goods, arc nil Warranted to be just as rep i ted Tie fellewimf im a pmrt mf mmr wtmtk in trmde: l 'aJo T'Id,,1" ort ni eolors. Inameled Cloths 300 arils, all sorts and eol.rs. Broad Cloth. 9 inn I,im"k- treat sarinies mf Freach, Orrmaa and JCngllsh maks.from 31c to 3.Sepr ysrtf. in "or,J"' Laces, manafactarcd for Fatch Opdycks. 4 pieces cloth, black ca. (ncsr articit. a purKul.r Cloth, warranted to last loofcer than robber for tops. i! i. ' '?- Oil Cloths, bob. Id town as (rood and be.mifol. . ' FncnFlosbes,crimso.andgrCB. yards assorted rir,res. !S'Q Tassels for Carnages and Pictures. son Bneltrass oU"0i':et,'0-1Bn,m''e'1H''let0rr'"- 4 000 feet 1 fateirt bash Leather; SK) Setts, all rarietie and prices. C.rri.ce Bands. 8il. Nails. Knobs and Sweod's Iron Tasks'. NONE KEPT IN THIS MARKET OF AS GOOD MAKE. Sliver Plated and common Stamp Joints, ot ham. ut t;. ...nr.t... Th..ir rhnn., th. II1 tS,T-Dp nTwher " u s- 8il. PI and eons. Dash, Collars and plain rods; Moss by th. hal. c lb. SEAT STICKS, at a Terr low price. Curtain Liehta and ail. nm.t,n. whin .nekeu. ilu th.. . ... make them. Al ATTS Hu:J and Farlor. In immense, juw3 oir immense siocs oi .Harness lrimmiogs mas 48 Ful. ail., ail trim'd. an! jap. ig Trees. ofFrazer fc Boras. North's 4 DeaalstcVs auk. 4jU Fall " 8. A. Pad Trees 3uo pr. llan.es, com. to full sil, all trades batwaaa. Hundreds of grosses of Blankets. 17 different patterns and qualities. 150 dot. Bitt. from 5 cts. lo 3.50 each, manr varieties. Truck Locks, Kireu, Spurs, S-Jraos. As. 3 gr.ss Ornaments, from the good for nothing to th. gennine silver plated. 1,200 Martingale Kings, from little or nothing op to something. " 3A NEW ARTICLE, JUST OUT, OF SIkPASSIXG BEAUTY jf 300 gross names, Binga. all sorts, sises snd prices All sises of Thread. Wax and Awls. Pr.ss4 Loops at greutlj reduced figures Rein Web, Fancy Line Pieces. Soaps, Fancy Fronts. IV0 pair assorted Kotetts. good, bad and indifferent. A complete assortment of Saddlers Tools, warranted good. Bonnd knives, head knives, and long knives, s.itung ruages, spliulng knives and ronnderi: and in short, everytuing neoled ror anv sort of a harnesa. aad Hie -tools to do It wi'.h." Onr nnequaied faeilties for the purchase of goods In our line, will insure every, hody just what they want, at the very LOWKST PRICKS. W- print na jokes, bat meaa what we any every tim. and never charge yoa more than job ought to pay. Before hnying. always call oa waa.jn.e.ip.i-tf. PATCH t UPUYlliE Main Strcrt. Warrtn. Ohio. STEAftl CARRIAGE FACTORY. iVjaSSi 3-; iv V f f ? I C H.",i .- SOUTH OF CANAL, Warren, Odio. Having lately exientled and improred my establishment by t nlarging my already extensive baildings as well as erecting new ones, introducing a steam engine, with all k;Bds of machinery adapted to th. business, by which a Treat .aving of material, lima and labor arc effected ; thtreby affording lacilities for or L,E,e3 mwneyuian can be afforded without such advantages. and employing ao lacreased number el tn. very best workmen in the country . many f whom are direct from the eastern cities. I am now or spared to asakeand tarn off A BCOGY PKR DAT. At my Repositories may work in the country; all of which ia warranted in .very respect: and for quality, wovkmanshrp. durability, aad finish, is not t. be surpassed in this country, .r by eastern manufacturers . Among my stock f finished work may oe lonnn, CLOoK COACHKS. Of various styles and prices, CHARI0TELS, KOCKAWAYS.a variety of 1, !, and 3 seats, CARRIAGES, a variety of i and 3 seats. PHJ-.TON3. 1 and a seats, tops standing aad falling, JENNY LIND3, CARRIAGES, fiv pattern slide Hsti, SCLKIK?, Also, LL MBER WAGONS, best article, for one and two order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SHORTEST NOTICE. Persons wishing anything ia my Una at business, are requested to call and see for themselves. Especial attention to Custom Work, and Kcpairing. Paintingand Trimming done on short notice, and la styles to suit the most fastidious. N.B. ALLWORK WARRANTED Warren. April 15. 1856. B C BBLDBN. quantities. Shaft sockets, also some for poles 1 S, 1-4 be fonnd mm . r. ..ns . V. . manufacturing and sailing a BKll AKarticle (or th. same be found at all times the best assortment of linish.d barouche 3, BCOOIES. aiarg raxlsty, consisting af TROTTING, DROP FRONT, DEMOCRATIC WAGONS, KNOW NOTHINGS, GAZELLE TIPTON. BOX BUGGIES, etc. e horses. Hy presentfaeilities enable m. to rnrnlsk ta BOOTS & SHOES! 3. C?--LlTCr35 JUJJTCFJICTURER JIA'D DEJLER IJf Boots, Shoes, Leather, Aim Tumma The largest and brtt Stock of Staple and Fiue UooLs, Shews. Gaiters aad Slippers ever brought to this market. Which will fx- sold at the very lowest PKICK FO l CASH! Together wlh a large lot of French Calf Skins. Mo rocco. Kid Linings and Bindings. Awls. Pegging. Sewinr aad Stitching. Boot Cord. Boot trees. Boot Web. Bones Slick and Stitch Crimp Boards and Irons, Colts, Coaeoa and common, Cork Soles. Eyelette Ma chines and Eyelette. French sad Eoglish Gmlioocs. Hammers. Instep Leathers. Knives. Silver Steel and Cast Steel; French Wheela. Boa Wheels. Fudge Wheels. Shank an l Stitch Wheels, Mens and Womeus for- part Irona. French Irons, double and single. Stamps. Strap Awls, Sise Sticks. Rhand Files, elt Knires. shon der Sticks. Long Sticks, Laces Silk, Linnen and Cotton ; Knzlish Laatings. Last Hooks. Lasting Tacks, Lasts Men's. Women's. Boy"s Muses' and Children's Measure Straps. Heel Nails. Round Headed and Zinc Nails. Peg Floats. Piacers, Nippers, Punches. Rasps. Ruhbers or Sand S'.ones, Soap Stone, Shoe Lifts, Shoe Threads, Ac, die. All to be found at No. 6 Main St., Warren. Ohio. May 4, '59 1839. 18S9. TWELFTH IXmL S1LE. THE OLDEST BOOT AND SHOE STORE IX THE COUNTY! ESTABLISHED IS 1S4T. THE subscriber is now receiyin? his Spring stock of Boots and Shoes, which is adapt ed to this market, snd is full snl complete. 1 would also relurn my thanks to the public for the liberal pa tronage whieh I base received IromOld Trumlall and the adjoiuing counties, for the last twelve years, and aoping by strict attention to business, that they will continue their paironaee. I .m alo saanufacturing extensively, nse the best stock the eouniry allords, keep the best workmen, mase th. best flu. do the work en th. shortest notice. and in abort, defy competition. Come on. one and i all. and examine my stock hefor. purchasing else ! where Let me know yoa have tne caan, ana yon shan't go away without purchasing Yonrs in haste. JAMES MeCONNELL. Apri, i7. -S9. KINSMAN CARRIAGE FACTORY! TJI nvinir gn-atly increased JC-eA" ---- my facilities for mannfaeinring, v i-f the addition of new buildings, a steam engiu. and machinery to my csianiisoueoi, s am prepared to furnish vehicles of every description of the best quality, and at fair prices. In elegance of finish, quality of aoateriala and es cellenee of workwanship, the Carriages ahall not be surpassed in the state. Painting, Trimming and Repairing, dene at the shortest noticcand in the best manner. W. B. GORTON Kinsman, O., Oct (. 1P58 tf CABINET WARE & CHAIRS. 3iew Firm & Sew Hoods. A. TRUESDELL. G. T. TOWNSEND. TKl'ESDELI. cV TOWXSEXD. (At te well knew, slews' mf A. Tscssdill.) HAVE entered into a partnessbip for . . i r r . mv bt si" a. K in. DSBU'lVtnic mtaiw . - NITURR and CHAIRS ia all their various varieties. and have now on nana an. .r. receiving ws assortment, consisting in part, of o0ris. Extension Tables. Tete a Teles. Centre - Mahogany Rockers. Csrd Easy Chairs, Dining Spring Seat Chairs, Breakfast Cane Seat Chaira, a great variety. Kitchen Wood-Seat Writing Cottage I H,rf,td. j Common French I Btdted J Trun.il. What Nota. Bureaus. Book Cases. Desks. Wash Stan.ls, Pieture-Frames.Cribs. Cradles. Jto. In short, everything usually kept or called for al a rB'"T ..t.Mishme-i. wiil be found er manufactured at " f"o'Z!""m distance promptly attended to.n.1 Furniture earelully packed and deliver al Caraor Bo COFFINS. A large assortment always on b.nd. and ma'ie to order IH . A IIe,rstfarni,he,lwbenreMu-red. V.r. H..ms mm Mm,m st....mr tkm.R. . Vepml. Warren. 0-. My IPth. leii). V.AHRES CITY PLANING MILL! DOOR. BLIND A SASH FACTORY 'PHE fiim f E Spear A S m have this I day assoclsted with them tr. Lrrnrn l. Cati. a man ol well knoan l.i:i .hil lies, hup-ns lhry tofariliute their promptness in m-eling all'u. ness demands. The iiusiness will hereilter be conducted under the firm of EDWARD SPEIR At CO. The nw Bern now hope l.y strict attention tn Msi ness. and the unexreHii-nal qoaiitv ml their work, u ment continuance of the liberal oatmnaice heretofun eended lo S S, r bon. They will en tearor lo ktep on hand ll articles in thoir 1m.. of the best male risis and of superior .oritmarship. Pining and Sawing ot all Aiads done to order and en short notice. Doors Sash. Blinds. Flooring. Lath and Shingles en Ba..d ' EDWAiil) SPEAB (a CO. Warren. May SC. 1858-Jaae 16. THIS WAY TO PATCH & OPDYCKE'S, JOBBERS ot Saddlery and Harness 1 1 Trimmings, and the heaviest inland dealersi a Carriage goods, in the State of Ohio, -aloresaid.' Trepared fur a heavy spring Bjfg trade, by a full and complete, . ' stock of goods in our line, we IaOIIS, invite the attention of Carriage1 ffCCS builders. Harness makers, and . ' others, to the variety and extent. "'Ops, of the manut'aeture and Jobbing ClOlIl goods we are now prepared U sell ' now on hand, or made toor-j Fringes, der Splendid single harness,! Jotlrj heivy draft styles, good leather, . good trimmirigs, good wort men JOIIllS, enables us to turn out first rate TriinL'S joU Oil Cloths. Mats. Brushes, -Dnmasks. Saddles, (large, big. ll.lIUeS, little and small, mens', youths', Tbppnl boys' and ehildrens',) for sale "rrau cheap. Whips, PATCH it OFDYCKE. Sn.ips, WARREN. OHIO. , - Jane 8. CIipS, NEBRASKA LAND AGENCY. Edwin LorIand, GENERAL LAND AGENT, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, TfTILL attend promptly to tbe selection . uU huj ui iiBQai i or acrsai seruers aad eap italists.desiring choice locations. Lands enured with U. m n, a .1. T i i . -1 , , w. VHH. ...ii p.iu, uq .1 tie. .zuiiis either in Iowa or Nebraska. All iaads examined per- "J wiwiiMwnnj. Having spent the past ave years la selecting lands in Il Ud N' .hr. ... I alM n -L selections as any other person. una warrants bought and sold er loaned ea Seal . . "i ".t'u rue. .i i uteres t. i .e sired, will enter Warrants and sell the land fr one half the profita. counting each Warrant at J 2S per acre, the owner paying one dollar for each 40 acres for location fees dne to Land Office. Information respecting the lands te he entered, eg satislactory reference given on application. Aug. la. 'ii. EDWIN L0TELANB. BURIAL CASES A full assortment of METALLIC BURIAL CASES jast received. These Cases being perfectly mir.lifmt, .erf much re tard decomposilin,ard entirely prevent I he escape ml any oUensive gas; and are well adapted U the preser vation and transportation of the body. An assortment always on band. Orderds from distance promptly attended to. TRL'ESDBLL TOWNSEND. W.rrrn, O.. June 15th, l0S. SADDLES AND HARNESS. O The Arm of PATCH It ALLISON, having b.ej. dissolved. and the business divided, the man ufaciarin. of Harness. Saddles. Ate., will hereafter b. corr.ed oa by the subscriber, ia the building formerly eecapi4 by JOHN FITE.aaa Clothing Store, nearly opposite the old stand of Patch At Allison. The subscriber ia fully prepared with an ample supply al Trimmings, and stoek of all kinds. forth. Manufactnreefanything in his line. A good supply ef HARNESS. SADDLES. TRUNKS, ore, constantly on hand, whieh he will be nappy, at an times, la exhibit! htsold friends, and new customers. B. H. ALLISON. Warren. April S3. IMS. D H. WAUKEK'S Root and Shoe Store. T Main Street. 3 doors Sonth er the Post Omce, ia the room formerly oeenpied by Bartleudc Brown, as a Clothing Store. NEW SPRING GOODS. THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing to his customers, thai he baa just received an extensive assor ment of Boots, Shoes. - for the Spring and Summer Trade. Hi, stock consists of Ladies' Congress 8aiters,PIaia and Foxed; Genta' Patent Leather. Calf and Coarress Gaiters. Slips Ties and Buskins. Webster Ties. Oxford Ties. Slips, etc.; Men's. Boy's and Vouik's Calf, Kipi and Stoga Boots. ChilJren's Shoes of every descrip tion, together with everything usually kept in a Bootdc Shoe Store, which will be sold as low as at aay ether aouse In this section. All kinds of work ssade to order ea short aetiee, ef the best material and workmanship. My old customers are inviied to sal st my new stand. D. H. WARREN. Warren. March 30, l59-tt NEW MANTILLAS i ! TTTE have now on hand a splendid I V assortment of Silk snd Lace Mantillas. Also SHAW L.S!! White Crane. White aad Colored Stella, Thibet. Bla.lt Silk, and a large assortment of Cheap Summer Shawls, which will be sold cheap for cash or reads pay. PECK. BURWhLL at CO, Jnne IS. "SS. Km. Market Street. STONE WARE, STONE PrMF8y fce, MILLER & LOVELESS, Manufae turersof Stone Pumps. Water Pipes. Ate. A good supply always on hand; West side ef the Maaw Biug. near the Canal Bridge. Warrca, O. Warren. March J7. !U5e-tf. Popular Trade. Feb 171b. ZEPHYR WORSTEDS. DRAB MOREENS, 50 PIECES COCHECA PRINTS. 1 3 - ARAM4NTH - New Styles li - DELAINES Rec'd this dsy. EDWARD E. H0TT AtCO. LARMERS AND BLUCHERS. G 1 te th. Leather and Finding Store wiih yuar Hides. VealS.insaaJ frit. He always pays in, highest price la CASH fug th nh.va.at MILLIKtN-it BLOCK. Main St. W.rreu.Sepi. M1LL1K1N S BLOCK. DRESS GOODS! MANCHESTER D'Laines. Plain and Figured Mrnnes, Paaey Caaxmerea. Hroed Ciothsfor Ldies'Clo.k -..iuoolors at. M. UUYT aa Cos- Wall Paper! Wall Paper!! ( jf hUt,L?ju-t received direct l.ora JJJ 'he anuf.etu-ers. New Paturns and near Stjlra. All are rciiaesud to ull aad staves onr Muck. Also, a rery large assortment ef BORDERING, snlt a.le for all quaiiuea ef paper, aad at prices to sail th uses. fOlilER et SON. Fth. 5H. issa.