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ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
Th W Osama, says:
fiat remember, though bos
la ta plural sasA box..
" , Tb plan! of x
bWld bee, net am.
T ki,ci eAeksmgs paper adds:
And notnW, though (mh .
Ia th plural is nWee, ' ,
That In. puria ol gKH, T
. Ara1 annus nor tinii,
W may alio be permitted to add :
And i.nember, though 1 o is
'la the plural is bouse.
Th plural f boom
- abouid b miet. and Dot uwi.
'aaloaWpA.a IroiMi.
All of which can to pry.
That grammar a bra is;
fW what is tho plural' i
Of rum and ranis?
Tor (ulk
The plant. Casern),
Vt rum don't os-trouble; .
Tske one a law too murk .
Aadyou'ir-TOretoscaM.-. '
. Mmoil Ihxii AuarW.
A pair of JoVeyee
J ast to vary the strain
Says to plural of kiss,
i-SVdo it again!"
. tfomrd Gnat ScmlUeL
Jt io ?do it again."
- , la tb plural of kiss.
iTay how would you doubl
Ihat bue eyed Mis? -
- " HVrfern Mi i m "aroairii.
.
Calling Genuine Bill a Counterfeit.
ia. the price of -thii dressing
gwn, sir?" said a, sweet-faced voting girl,
entering tie store of Ilunter & Warner,
in the uty, and the aU"ot of a city that
aJhali be nameless.
It was a cloudy day. The clerk loung
ed over the counter, read the papers and
yawned. The clerk to whom A
ddresaedierself was jaunty and middle-
ffcue was iiea clerk of the exten
" aire ObtablLihmont of Hunter
"' and extensivelyeonsequentialin his man
nor. ,
-This droasing-gown wa valuo at six
you shall have it at fire, as trade is dull
to-uay." . --.
-Five dollars !' Alice looked at the
dressing-gown longingly, and the clerk
looked at her. lie saw that her clothes,
tfrough made and worn genteelv, were
' owivion enough in texture, and that her
lace was very much of the common line.
Ho it changed ! now shaded, now light
ened by the varied play of the emotions.
The clerk could have almost sworn that
be had no more than that sum, live dol
lars, in her purse or pocket.
The gown was very good one for the
price, Jt was of common shade, a tolera
kkmerino,uidlined with the same ma
terial. 1 think," she hesitated a moment "I
ihmk I'll Uke it," ahe said; thea seeing
id the face before her an expression she
did not like, she blushed as she haadi
out the bill thejclerk had made up his
mina to uuce.
iennis," cried Torrent, the head clerk.
in a quick, pompous tone, "pass up the
Bank Detector." i.
Upjran a toe-headed boy with the De
tector, and up and down ran the clerk's
eyes from column aftercolumn. Then he
looked with a sharp glance and exclaim-
ea:
-This is a counterfeit bill, Miss."
Oh, how pale grew that sweet face
-Counterfeit 1 Oh, noSit lean not be.
The man who sent it could not bo so care-'
lass. You must be mistaken, sir."
"I'm not mistaken; I'm never mistaken,
His. The bill is counterfeit. 1 must pre
sume, oi course, tftat you Old not know it,
although so much bad money has been of
fered us ot late tnat we intend to secure
such persons as paas it. Who did you say
en. it :
-.Mr. C , sir, of New York. He
.ertamly could not send me bad money,"
aid thetrembling, frightened girl.
-Humph!" said the clerk. -Well,
there is no doubt about this; you can look
forjyourself. Xow, don't you let me see
you here again until you can bring good
money, for we always suspect such persons
as you who come on dark days, with a well
made story."
. -But, sir"
"'You need make no such explanations.
Miss," said the man, insultingly. "Take
jour bill, and the next time you want to
buy a dressing-gown, don't intend to pass
, counterfeit monev;" and as he handed it
to her the bill feUjfrom his hands.;
Alice caught it from the floor, and hur
ried into the street.
Such a shock, the eirl had never receiv
ed in all her life before. It was the first
insult she had ever knew, and it burned
- ner ciieek and pained her heart.
Straightway, indignant and grieved, she
cornea to a ranking establishment, found
- her way in and presented the note to a
noble looking man, with gray hair, falter-
ea out.:
IZ "Is the bill a bad one sir r
' - Tho cashier and his son happened to be
-. the only persons present. Both noticed
her extreme youth, beauty and agitation.
; The eachier looked at it closely and hand
. ed it back, as with aerolite bow and sorue-
"it hat prolonged look, he -said:
It is a good bill, young lady."
. r - j knew jt was," cried Alice, with a
" quivering look, "he dared to"
ttbe could go no further, but entirely
evercome, she bent her head, and the hot
tears coursed their way down her cheeks.
1 beg pardon, have you had trouble
-. - with it,' asked the cashier.
'Oh, sir, will you excuse mo for giving
way to my feelings 1 but you spoke so
kindly and I felt so sure that it was good,
and I think, sir, such men as one of those
- ' clerks in Hunter 4 Warner's should be
removed. He told me it was counterfeit,
and added something I'm glad my father
did not hear; I knew the publishers
wcrald not send me bad money. '
Who is vour father, vounc ladv ?' ask
ed the cashier, becoming somewhat in-
xeresteo.
' 2dx Benjamin Locke, sir.'
r Benjamin Ben. Locke was he ever a
clerk in the Navy Department at Wash-
- Jngtsaj
ies sir; -we removed from there,'
replied Alice. 'Since then,' she hesitat
ca, - ne nas not oeen well and we are
- -somewhat reduoed. Oh why do I tell
these things sir?' -
"Ben. Locke reduced " murmured the
' cashier; 'the man who was the making
of me! Give mo his number and street,
- my child. Your father was one of the
best, perhaps the only friend I had. I
Jieve not forgotten him. No 4, Liberty
street I will call there this evening.
Meantime let me have the bill let me
ee, I'll give you another. Come to look
' -kl haven't got a five ; here's a ten; we'll
make it all right.'
That evening the Inmates of a shabby,
Senteel house received the cashier of the
I Bank. Mr. Locke, a man of
- gray hairs, though numbering but fifty
years, rose from his arm chair, and much
affected greeted the familiar face.
The I
eon of the cashier acoomn&nied him. ant! it.
while tho elders talked together, Alice
And the young man grew quite chatty.
Yes, tar, I have been quite unfortu
nate, aaid Mr. Locke, in an undertone.
-' I have just recovered, as you gee, from a
rheumatic fever, caused by undue exer
tion, and had it not been for that sweet
girl of mine, I know not what I should
iiaTe done. She by giving lessons in mu
trie, and by writing for periodicals, has
kept me so far above want.
You shall never know want, my old
friend,' said the cashier. It waa a. kiad
Providence that seait your daughter to mo.
There's a place in bank just made vacant
y the death of a valuable clerk, and ia at
your disposal. It is in my gift, and val
iucxl at twelve hundred.'
Fen cannot describe the delight with
which this kind offer was received. The
dav of deliverance had come.
' On the following morning, the cashier
entered the handsome store of Hunter k
Warner, and asked for the head clerk.
"Sir said the cashier sternly, is that
bad note T' ,
'I I think not, sir,' said the clerk stan
rnering.
The cashier went to the door. From
lit carriafe stepped a young girl in oom
asr with hi daughter.
- 'Pid you net tell thiayoong lady, Ward,
fhatthi note was a counterfeit: And,
furthermore, did you not bo far forget
year aeif-rwpect and the Interest of your
of-soyer. m t ffer. ber M teaH Y
- 11.' " . .i ( "
a
of.
it
so
ia
his
sus
his
out
"
they
curse-ory
the
of
rage-a,
fire.
The man stood confounded. lie dared
not deny it. He could say nothing for
mmseu.
If your employers keep you, sir, they
will no longer get my castom.' said tho
cashier, sternly. 'You deserve to be korse-
wnipped, sir
The firm Darted With thpir nnwnrtliv
clerk that very day. and be left the store
disgraced, but rightly punished.
-Alice Locke becamA
the good cashier ; all of which grew out of
caiung a genuine bill a counterfeit.
Killed His Man.
You have doubtless heard of Dr. Thomp
son, the waggish proprietor of the Atlan
ta Hotel. WelL once upon a time, two
cbntleman (the one decidedly under the
influence of a spiritual presence, and the
otuer approximating the same condition,)
stopped at the doctor's hotel. In conse
quence of some extraordinary manifesta
tions on the part of tho "tighest" gent
he soon found himself nigh untoamuss'
with the doctor. His friend, however,
carried him oft" before matters reached a
crisis. After stowing him away .the friend
returned, and accosting the "proprietor.
saiu very emphatically:
-Sir, you have been treadine upon dan
gcrous ground, sir; that roan is not to be
tampered with, sir; do you know sir, that
ne nas killed his man. sir 7"
" Killed his man 1" says Tompson, with
a voice like a tnuderclap, and a most in
tense expression of contempt upon his
phiz: " By Jove! sir, let me inform you
that 1 have practiced medicine for twen
ty years, and you must not attempt to
frighten mo with a chap that has only
killed his man. Bah ! sir, that won't be
gin to do."
The fellow " collapssd," and forthwith
settled his bill.
Kindness Towards Milch Cows.
We find the following In WitteS Spirit
of u,e Times: One of the createst errors
in overcoming cows that are unquiet while
being milked, is to whip, beat, kick and
bawl at them. This is generally done.and
the cow becomes afraid or an cry, and in
stead of becoming better grows worse.
Milch cows cannot be whipped or terrihed
into standing quietly, gently and patient
ly during milking. They dislike to be
milked, Tor they know that loud words
and hard blows always attend the opera
tion. They dread to see the milker as
the little urchin dreads to see the birchen
rod in the hand of the angry pedagogue,
when he expects to have it applied to his
back. A cow, kindly and properly treat
ed, is pleased to see the milker, cladlv
awaits his or her approach, and submits
with pleasure to the operation of being
milked. Every one having experience
with cows knows this to be true. But the
cow is opposed to change of milkers; she
soon becomes attached to one person who
performs the operation, and does not wil
lingly and freely give down her milk to
another person; thereiore, have one regu
lar milker to certain cows, and bear in
mind, if you change milkers, it is at the
expense of a loss of milk and of injury to
the cow. All ammais appreciate Kinu
treatment, and resent abusive treatment.
See that those who milk them can control
themselves, govern their passions, speak
low and kindly under almost any provo
cation, and soon the cows will learn that
they" are not going to be abused, and will
submit to the operation. . Milking should
be performed at regular hours, not vary
ing fifteen minutes one day from the oth
er. No talking or laughing should be permitted.
The Use for Chestnut Timber.
Chestnut wood, whLh used tobe thought
good only for fence rails, is becoming fash
ionable for furniture and architectural
uses. A correspondent from Concord, r.
II., says that in the new and beautiful
church just being finished for the Episco
palians of that city, the pews are con
structed of chestnut wood. He says:
The construction of railroads in New
Hampshire brought up the price of chest
nut trees. Those of lesser size brought
ten cents a length for sleepers, and thence
all prices upwards, to thirty cents a length.
But now it has come to be highly esteem
ed as a wood susceptible of much beauty
when wrought into chamber furniture.
Some of the most beautiful furniture is
now constructed of this once discarded
tree. Besides the slips in the Episcopal
Church, those of the South Congregation
al Church preparations for which are go
ing forward this winter" are to be of chest
nut; also the wainscoting around the
church, from the floor to the window sill
both surmounted with a rail of black
walnut. i
Charcoal fob Tcbeets. Four turkeys
were confined in a pen. and fed on meal.
boiled potatoes and oats. Four others of
the same brood were also at the same time
confined in another pen. and fed daily on
the same articles, but with one pint of
finely pulverized charcoal mixed with
their meal and potatoes. They also had
plentiful supply of broken charcoal in
their pen. The eight were killed on the
same day, and there was a difference of
one and a half pounds each in favor of
the fowls which had been supplied with
the charcoal, they being much the fattest.
and the meat generally superior in point
tenderness aud flavor.
"Ah 1 I am very sorry for this rebellion;
prevents mv eome South. "said an tne-
lishman the other day while dining at a
club in Philadelphia bv invitation. "Thcv
tell me, he continued, "that the Ameri
gentleman is only to be found at the
South. How is that, pray f Can you ex
plain it.
"I can t, replied his host; "it is no
more to be explained than the statement
often made that there are gentlemen
England but that none of them ever
come to this country. -
"What makes the milk so warm," KticI
Betty to the milkman, when he brought
pail to the door one morning. "Please
mum, the pump-handle's broke, and mis
took the water from the biler.
There are as good horses drawing in
carts as in coaches; and as good men en
gaged in humble employments as m the
highest.
"A man can't help what is done behind
back." as the scamp said when kicked
of doors..
Even if your heart is in a cause, it doesn't
follow that you should "put your foot in
If the doctor orders bark, has not the
patient a perfect right to growl?
tA- What "the Southern Confederacy
asked three months ago" Let us alone."
What the Southern Confederacy asks now
Give us a loan."
t3u Why is a fool like twenty hundred
weight? Because he is a simple-ton.
A There, are "fishers of men,"
often tako rery scaly game.
and
View of the war, taken by the quarter
master a ration-al view. View of the
quartermasters, taken by the soldiers a
Tiew.
Cotton need ia going to India by tons.in
hope that it will return in the shape
cotton a fact for the Sonth.
Be calm while your adversary freta and
and you can warm yourself at Lis
Discretion of speech is better than elo
quence. Two rebel officers fought a duel in Rich
mond a few days einoe. Both were killed
11 right!
fl
PHY GOODS! DRY GOODS!!
PRCK&BROTHER
SUCCESSORS TO
PECK, BUR WELL fc CO..
Are now recti vinf their Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
TO which they invite the attention
of buyer. Deal In e in Dry Goodi almost ez-
clusivel
we ara enabled to oner inducements and
how creater varietie than any other More In the
county. Our stock of Dren Goods, Cloths, Cm
meres, etc etc is lanrer than erer before, which
we will sell cheap as thecheapnC AH we nk is for
you to rail and sea for yourselves, at o. 9, Market
Street, Warren, O.
and Qualities ran be found at the Warren Dry
Woods Store. ftia UKUlHh.lt.
SILKS Plain Black.Figured Black,
Black Brocade. Colored Brocade, Byaderes,
Plaids, Stripes, etc.. a irreat variety of styles, from
fifty nts to two dollar, per ar BROTHER.
1 f"E RISOEi
The handsomest
111.
atiwlr nf Printed Merinnca erer bronitht to
U arren, also. Plain in all colors. Warren Dr Goods
More.
TRAVELING DKESS GOODS
A splendid itock of Sarella Cloths. Glace Pop.
lins. Valeuciaa. 1bu,gnilQxijERl
DELAINES Dclaicos for one
shilling for fourteen cents sixteen cents
eighteen cents twenty cents the bigcest pile ever
seon in this place, can be found at the
Warren Dry Goods Store.
CASHMERES, llain and Printed
W Cobnrpi. Paris Reps, Printed and Plsin Wool
lfaines. Figured and Plain AP M"0"?,1"
llainc. etc etc PLC K ISKOTM fclu
r L O T II S Fino French Black
J Cloth, alfo. Brown, Blue and Green.
Warren Dry Goods Store.
t1 A SSI MERES. Black Doeskins,
I 1 RHnts Tweeds. Jeans, Vestinpi.ete.. for
men and boys wear. PECK BEOTlifcli.
Ti ROCHE A Shawls. Wool Shawls,
tj single and double, from one rtollarto ten, J.
Furs, an entirely new stork. pkt'K BROTUtR.
OOL llOODS Zephyr, Opera
nd Pkatint Hood, also. Zephyr womeu-s
v 1 ,.' . i.;t.M ViiKiaa C.
.e. .-a. 'w'DrrBoodi Store.
TN" the lino of Domestic Goods wo
I are stocked np complete, embracing cases of
iMnts at all prices Bleached and Brown Musi ins.
."?!?': V!J vi.n.! -tr. Call at the W ar-
ren Dry Goods Store if you wish to get goods cheap
yon wish to get the highest market price for
your produce if you wish to go home satisfied with
tout bargainsand do both us and yourselves food.
yoi! u Anrrfer's Block. Mwket Street, J ar-
ren70hi0. PECK BROTIIEK.
Oct. 17. '60.
NEW STOCK
OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BEX JAMIX CRANAGE,
TTAVING REMOVED TO 20. 12,
JnL Market Street, WantB, Ohio, One door east
oi w li. uarnum s uaraware siore, u uu i'iq
ed with the Unrest stock of Spring and bummer
BOOTS k SHOES, ever brought to this market. It
is well known that we are the oldest and most expe
rienced Boot Makers in Warren, and uso the best
materials that can be obtained for cash, and are
willing to warrant all work made to order, and will
sell at the prices, quality considered, iawlies and
Gents' India Bubber Botav Solo Leather.
Findincs, Ac, constantly on hand.
" Don't forget the place r ,
May 17. '61
BRICK, BRICK
THE Subscribers will keep always
An nm1 at ttiAtr vani. one mile sonth and
one mile oast of the Centre of Bristol, a supply of
BRICK AND DRAIN TILE
Persons wanting these articles will do well to call
nd m for themselves, as we think we have a uie-
rior article of each kind. The Tile are from two to
six inches in calibre.
The Subscribers own the Trumbull County Right,
to Mattice k Penfield's Superior Tile Machine,
which vrinrtx the elav and makes the Tile at one op
eration. Wre will sell Township Rights of the two
eastern and two southern tiers ot townsnips in tnu
county. i 1. il--i-l X 6U-.
Bristol. July 4. "61
GREAT CURE!
DR. INLAND'S
AKTI-RHETJMATIC BAND,
IS TBI OKLT ISOTH BEMEDT FOB'
Bbenniattem, Gont and Neuralgia,
KD A SCSI CUBE fo
ALL 11ERCVRIAL DISEASES.
Tt is a conveniently arranged Rand,
I containing a medicated compound, to ne worn
J . 1. - L i j withniit iniurv tn the moat dell-
arouuu " ........... - ' : . ,
eats persons, no change in habit? of living is requirj
ed, and it entirely removes t he disease from the sys
tem, wnnoui prouucius iujuiiw -from
the useof powerful internal medicines which
weaken and destroy the constitution, and rve tem
porary relief only. By this treatment, the medicin
al properties contained in the Band come in eon
tact with the blood and reaches the disease, through
the pores of the skin, effecting 111 w r instance a
nertect cure, and restores the parts afflicted to a
healthy condition. This band is also a most power
ful Axti-Mebccbial agent, and will entirely re
lieve the system from the prrniciotu effects of Mer
cury. Moderate cases are cured in a few days, and
we ara constantly receiving testimonials of its elh-
eacy in aggravated eases of long standing.
Price $2.00. to be had of Druggists generally, or
can be sent by mail or express with full directions
for use, to any part ot tne country, uireci irom me
Principal Office
NO. 491 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors,
IT. B.-Descriptivs Circulars Sent Free.
sT-Acents Wanted Every wbere(f
For Sal by Hoyt A Stratton. Warren, 0.
Feb. W. 1061-ly.J
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
First Class Fire Insurance
BY THE
NEW ENGLAND
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Cash Capital $200,000
Assets, Uan. 8, 1861.)
246.40V i
WHITTLESEY ADAMS. Ac's.
May 24, 1S6L
Warren, Ohio.
NORTH AMERICAN
. I 3FL E5
INSURANCE COMPANY
HARTFORD, CONN.
Chartered Capital $500,000
Cash Capital 3UU.UU0
WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Ag-,
May 21, IStil. Warren, Ohio.
NORWICH
FIRE INSURANCE CO..
NORWICH, CONN.
Cash Capital $2,000
Chartered May, 1803.
XT3 been doirg business nearly
I V sutyyears, and has always paid its losses
nruuiDtlv. The Norwich is the oldest eomnany rep
resented by any Afrent in Warren, the eitisens of
Trumbull county will find it to their advantage to
insure their property u. Luis long: tried and respon
sible company.
W1IITTLESEY ADAMS, XfU
Jan. 15, -Si Warren, Ohio.
NEW FIRM & NEW GOODS,
WN. & W. F PORTER are now
receiving their new stock of
SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY.
We have also a larce stock of CHILDREN'S' TOTS,
which will be sold wholesale and retail. Our friends
are invited to call and see our stock.
Oct. !B. '6L W. N. A W. F. POUTER.
VALENTINES ! !
TUST .Received from New York a
larg-e and splendid assortment of VALEN
TINES, of all kinds. Wholesale and Betail.
Jan. 29, '62. W. X. A W. F. PORTER.
INSURANCE AGENCY.
L Is. FULLER. Ascent.
- Office, Engine Building,
Tfarrao, Hay lfl, IW-tf Main BtreV
the
all
C.
ten
g
that
pare
teen
born
iaiy
is-tbe
that
and
I
S. W. PARK,
SUCCMSOR TO
0. E PATCH & CO,
IS NOWT OFFERING 1TIS
Immense Stools.
OT
CARRIAGE and SADDLERY
HARDWARE
AT
WAR PRICES
FOR CASH!
REGARDLESS OF COST!!
The Goods arc here most be soli and the Peo
pie most buy 'em at prices to
Suit The Times !
0
TJR SPRING AND SUMMER
Stock is now on band and being ooened. com
prising in extent, variety and quality of Goods, a
COMPLETENESS
unequalled by any other establishment in the west,
and the prices ranging a little above the vast Job
bing Houses nf New York and Boston.
In connection with our former Carriage Trade ws
have recently added
CARRIAGE HARDWARE.
Comprising
SPRINGS, STEEL. IRON AXLES.
PC'KKWS. HI' US, HCLLOta.
SPOKES, BAXUS. BOLTS,
and everything of best Stuff together with all tilings
needful to build all stiles bf Carriages from a
wheelbarrow u
While siwaking of Carriage Hardware we would
further mention to
CARRIAGE Bt'ILDERS
the fact that at our
SEW ROOXS MARKET STKEET,
opposite Court House, we hare soma
EXTRA AXLES
not heretofore kept in this market, such as
SMITH'S CASE HSE.
4 PAT.
ELLED COLLAR, etc.
T0MLINS0N-S SWE
which are regarded by all Eastern Manufacturers
as being superior to anything in use.
8. W. PARK
WILL JOB IRON
WILL JOB AXLES.
WILL JOB SPRINGS,
WILL JOB BROADCLOTH.
WILL JOB DAMASKS.
S. W. PARK
WILL RETAIL HARNESS,
W ILL RETAIL COLLARS.
WILL RETAIL WHIPS.
WILL RETAIL IVORY RINGS
WILL RETAIL SADDLES.
S. W. PARK
DEALS TN OIL CLOTH,
DEALS IN OIL ENAMEL CLOTH.
DEALS IN DOOR MATS.
DEALS IN TRUNKS.
DEALS IN CARPET BAGS.
S. W. PARK
MANUFACTURES FINE HARNESS,
MANUFACTURES DRAFT DO.
MANUFACTURES BRIDLES,
MANUFACTURES HALTEltS,
MANUFACTURES S1RSINGLES.
8. T. PARK
REPAIRS HAMES,
REPAIRS SADDLES.
REPAIRS TRUNKS,
REPAIRS CUSHIONS.
Kit Alius WlllfS.
W. PARK
Would call the attention of
CARRIAGE MAKERS
" TO BIS
LAEGE STOCK
WELL SELECTED
Bboadcloths.
Dasuse,
Es'l Muslis.
" DaiLL.
" Dice.
Reo Plcsh,
(iKEEN DO.
Sile Lace.
List Sticks.
Whip Sockets,
Isdia Bcbbeb Cloths,
i LOCK BUCK,
In. Moxkco,
Mole Skin,
Dash Lxathib.
Es'l . DO.
Bona no.
Ccktaib Lights,
Cakbiaoe Kaoas,
Tor Psora,
Sil. Joists,
v ASH KODS,
Buck BAM, etc, ete.
All of which we keep constantly on hand in quanti
ties to suit any purchaser and at prices
DEFYING COMPETITION.
In conclusion allow us to add that the above cat
alogue embraces but a small portion of our
Extensive Stock
at all times on exhibition at our
NEW .ROOMS,
where we ara selling at
LOWER RATES
than ever for Cash, to suit the present crisis, and
hall be happy to receive our
OLD CUSTOMERS
and make new ones, at
JIABKET STREET,
opposite Court House.
S. W. PARK.
(SCCCESSOB TO O. H. PATCH St CO.)
Aug. 28. 1S01.
Graefenberg Familj Medicines.
17 or Sale by AgenU throughout the
United States at the following Retail Prices:
riretahle pills, per box 25
Green Mountain Ointment, per box... 25
Sarsaparilla. per bottle 1 00
Children's Panacea, per bottle 50
Eye Lotion, r bottle... 25
Fever and Ague Keinedy, per ho , 0
Health Bitters, ner packaxe I
Ilvsentery Syrun. ner bottle 50
Consumptive's Balm, per bottle. .... 3 00
Marshal s Ltenne Catholicon. ner bottle 1 50
trraMenber Pile Remedy, per bottle 1 00
Manual of Health, per copy 25
IIOXE itsTisoxr.
Hartford. Trnmhnll Co 0 March 7. W.
I hereby certify that 1 have been dealing in the
ura-ienoerg Meuicines lor tne past year, and can
truly say that they have met with the decided ap
probation of the people of this place, particularly
Pills and Catholicon. They will readily perform
and more than is promised for them. I have
sold about fifty bottles of the Catholicon the past
season, and I near the best results in every ease.
J. H. C. JOHNSON. Medical Agent
Read what Dr. Bushnell says of the Gnefenberg
Medicines. Ir. B. is a physician of extensive prac
tice, and one of the most successful in the county.
(Trumbull) in which he resides;
Hartford. Trumbull Co., 0, March 7, 57.
"This certifies that I have used the Gnefenberg
Pills and Marshal's Catholicon, sold here, by J. H.
Johnson, in my practice, to my entire satisfaction.
They are good medicines.
Da. G. W. BCSHXELL.
West Bedford, Coshocton Co., May 14, '57.
Mr. H. B. Kinesley. Sin I have been sellinc the
medicines of the Grsefenberg Company for the last
years, and have invariably found them to give
reat satisfaction; and the pills I have sold to a
real many families as regular as their tea and eof
ee. and with mv trade thcv have become a staple
article. Marshal's Cterine Catholicon is a medicine
has done a great amount of good in female dis
eases. One lady I sold it to told me that she had re
ceived more benefit from one bottle than she did
a long course of medical treatment by the
most skillful physicians. Yours, truly.
JAJAno A. VY lliSU.
STEALTH OF AJIEKICAJf WOXEX. .
Female irrerularities. weakness, nterine disnlace-
ments, and all local uterinedimcultiesand constitu
tional troubles nf wninn am n,irlv ur,l bv the
Grafcnberg Marshal's Cterine Catholicon.
in mis connection. Miss ISeecuer, sister or the
Henry Ward Beecher, in Letters to the People
VS. says:
"I have nine sisters and sister-in-law. and four
female cousins, all married and all delicate and
ailing. Amid the immense circle of my friends and
acquaintances, I cannot recall ten married ladies
in this century and country, who are perfectly
healthy."
In eases, however, where the Grafenbcrg Catholi
con has been used, we tniut say that health hasrap-
taxes tne place of disease, aud ladies have be
come robust, strong, vigorous and healtiiy.
Airs. Gleason, of Elmira, says: "Beautiful, indeed,
confiding trusting nature of woman, but how
much does it need to be protected by a watchfulness
will lead her in time of disease to appeal to a
medical adviser of scientific education, moral worth
purity of character."
All these may be secured by addressing the Gnef
enberg Company.
am a Methodist elergyman. My heart has fair
ly acned to witness the feeble health of women as I
bTe,t,,rl1?lm3'eirc,;it Peebing the gospel. I
thauk God. however, that I have seen all these dis
eases give way to the Gnefenberg Marshal s Uterine
Catholicon, wherever it has been used.
Rev. PETER SHARP.
, , , Ridgeway, Michigan.
Formerly of Western Ktark. Medina CO- O.
For sale by W oods A Andrews, Warren: J. H. C.
Johnson, Hartford; A. Chew. Brookfield; J. W.
Leslie, lies; E.Jackson A Bro., Hubbardi L. T.
Sonle. Newton Falls; Curtis A Smith, Green; Beck
W1,t,n Brothers, Gustavua; H. Barnard. Kinsman:
Aldnch A Beach, Fowlers S. Fansier. Bristol; E. P.
oleott, Farmmgton,
for Mtdiolnaf and Agencies address
O. B. ItlAGSLEY. ArenL tor
March 27.1861.
devaland. Ohio.
Kenned Uleca 011 & tinfleli Coal Oil
J70R SALE to dealers at mannfao
. tarerg price, t the (Hard ware Headnoartsiri,
ju!al WAiiKa-v PAOlARD.
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Partnership Notice.
nnbe undersigned having associated
bought at rates U.., wUlnabU uZL
otVGakriiobbi3, Nh, see
Our Goods are fresh, and of the BEST OUALITY
and for ready pay we are prepared to oner indued
nnUrcharsneve, before equaled iftSS
rWjX" w,n to admiu Jo UiVsIck
which every Medical Practicioner is compelled to
witness ia the daily routine of his dutfel yimilie,
25s mort fFbl rates U
- icuio una Hundreds of other
article, kept only by Druggists. Merchants can se
ect from our stock a great variety of articlesTTsat
(.factory jobbing rates. Mechanic will find a S
d.d I assortment f Good, for a greVt variety of u
in their line. In short, we invite all the good eiU
scn or Trumbull and the adjoining conn ti?o call
and examine for themselvs before purchas, eSt
where.
Dee. 4. 6L
v i inns
. ANDREWS.
Family Groceries.
Having added Groceries to our stock, we Invite
the especial attention of consnmers to ourStock of
Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Syrups, Molawes PruneTrk
ronA Currants, CaA'ruiUof th.'SS bS? ,?.Hty
RaL-ins, Cassia, Cloves. Nutmegs. FigsTMustard"
CrTmdT "A 'mdt- 00d Coffee Pur.
Cream Tartar. Soda, Saleratus, tiinrer. Cranberries.
'- W OODS i ANDREWS.
SUGARS Common and best brown,
crushed and granulated by the bbl. or nonnd.
WOODS k ANDREWS.
rpEAS Young Hyson, Imperial,
JL Gunpowder and Black Teat bythechcor
single pound. W OODS A ANDREWS '
piOFFEE-12 Sacks of best Rio and
wava Lonees ny yy
.A A.
pREAM TARTAR 500 lbs. Cream
fVou,TTrde.mtdCfr0'n ""
SUP. CARB. SODA 10 kegs best
K ftle (Engluh) for sale by W. k A.
NUTMEGS 2 Cases prime Nat
megs for sale by W. k A.
CLOVES One bale just received
w. k A.
FRENCH PLUMBS Choice dried
Plums put up in 25 lb. boxes for family nse.
" KM VI . 4 A
TRESERVED GINGEK. ROOT
-1. One Case in Jan, by W. A A.
PRESERVED FRUITS Pine Ap
1. t ni sr.. . . -
WOODS ie ANDREWS.
SYRUPS As the "Buck Wheat
Cake" season has commenced, call and get
some of onr nice table Syrup.
W. k A.
INDIGO Best "Spanish Float," and
2 case Common. W. k A.
CJALTPETRE 5 Kegs prime Salt
KJ Petre, for packing Beef and Pork. W. AA.
SWEET OIL 100 Gallons just ree'd
br w k A.
CASTOR OIL A supply of best
East India just received, for Medicinial or Me-
euanical uses. V . A A.
TIRD CAGES The best assort-
JLJ ment in Town, and for sale very low br
WOODS A ANDREWS.
QUININE and MORPHINE To
V2v Jobbers or others who buy five or more bot-
uh hi one tunc, lor caen, lor sale at manutacturers
Prices. v. Jt A.
T0YEKS' and Xi EIGIIMAN'S
JL Spirits of Nitre. Sulphurio Ether. Chloroform,
Auua Aininouia, Chlorate Potass, Lunar Caustic.
Calomel. Blue 31a, Iodide of Potash, 4c, Ae, with
all of their standard Chemicals can be found in our
selection M OODS k AADKKWS.
E
CLECTIC PREPARATIONS A
fresh sunvly of W. 6. Merrell A Co 's celebrat
ed concentrated remedies just received by W. k A.
aTlOAIPOUND SYRUP ST1LLIX
V GIA 20 Gallons just received, get some to
cleanse your system. n . A A.
FANCY ARTICLES The Ladies
can find a splendid selection of Toilet articles
oi all kinds, consisting ot cnoice liandKercniel ti
tracts, Colofnea, Pomades. Toilet Powdors, nue,ur
ey Soaps, 11 air Brushes, Cloth Brushes, 2ail do.
Tooth do.. Tooth Pastes, Powders and Soaps. Dress
ing Combs. Ac Ac. WOODS k ANDiti.WS.
YANKEE NOTIONS We will
sell to jobbers, at wholesale only, needles war
ranted best quality,Pins"o's3and4.Ljinen Threads,
best Spool Cotton Threads, white and colored, tium
Caps of finest quality, Kubber Combs, Shoe Laces,
Hooks aud Kyea, Cards, Paper, Envelopes, Pencils,
Ac W. k A.
Hi
AVANA CIGARS 30,000 Ci-
gars of the choicest brands, such as pore im
ported llavanas, X. Y. and li. P. H. Punches. W co
st ers. Major Andersons. Volunteers. Long Johns,
liora Aemple, Zouaves, Ac, Ac, very low for cash.
WOODS k ASDKtWS.
MEDICINAL LIQUORS-We have
in store some of the finest imported French
auu ueruian Brandies and Wines, Oid Bourbon and
Kye Whiskeys, Light W ines Ac, that can be found
in any markets, try them. WOODS k A.N DHL WS.
"DRTJSIIES We have everything
IB in thii lin Tt. C Smith's extra Paint Brashes.
iterrien at Co a, Varnish do, of aU sises, bash Tools,
Artists crushes, ctripers, camel 11 air rencUl ny tne
dos. or gross, bcrub Brushes, choc do, in endless vi
riety. M OOlS A.l)KE WS.
tAKDLES Stearine and. Tallow
wTlL W sfe A
TU-UITE LEAD All the beat
T T brands kept constantly on band at manu
lacturers prices lor casn. n . m a.
T IN SEED OIL-10 Bbls. G. C
I J Griswold's, 10 do refined Carbon, 20 do best
launers, o do sperm, at very low ngures lor casn.
WOODS AX1KEWS.
CJTARCIl 20 Boxes pure Pearl
fO Starch by the box or pound at W. A A.
COAPS 20 Boxen German Erasive
tioap, 25 do Common Rosia Soap by W. A A.
fpUBPENTINE And its substi
JL tute, Benzoli. by the bbl or gallon at W. ot A.
.T10LORS IN OIL Pure Chrome
J and Paris Greens, Chrome Yellow, Burnt and
Ka.r bieuua. Burnt aud Raw Lniber, Venetian Red,
xnoia uu, oy . as a.
SUNDRIES Kosinr Chalk, Red
Lead. Venetian Red, Whiting, Yellow Ochre,
copperas c, oy n . m a.
YE STUFFS Logwood, JS'ic
wood. Fustic Madder. Alum Ac. by the bbL
pound. V OOllb lllr. ,
3LASS WARE Physicians and
VJI Druxaists' Glasa Ware of all kinds. Botilm
and Vials of all sixes and kinds by the box or sin
aoxeu. M . A
ryiNDOW GLASS Wm. Mc-
,M Culley 4 Co'i Window Glass of all sises low
W.aA
rpUBS and PAILS By the Gross,
a. aoxen or single on at . A.
rOUGU MEDICINES Don't nee-
i 1 i , i i . . . . .. . .c
' jvut vouxns ana coias, out can in and get
Brown's Bronchial Troches, or Gary's Cough Cure,
ara vuerry reciorai, or Jackson S VougB Syr
up, or Jayne's Expectorant, or Hall's Balsam forth
nop, orur. niu iwutt Kemedy, or ir. Mur
ray's Cough ayrup, or lr. Down's Elixir, or Staf
ford's Olive Tar, or Hill's Balsam of Honey, Dr.
Rodgrrs' Syrup Liver Wort and Tar, Mitchell's Syr
up of Ipecac etc etc. WOODS ANDREWS.
T)ILLS All the standard Pills of
the day by the gross, dos. or single box.
W. A.
rpOOTIT FORCEPS Physicians
ana uentists wm and a good variety at
W. A A'i.
SUPPORTERS and TRUSSES-Dr.
S. S. Fitche's Female Supporters with an end
less variety of Tnuses of all kinds found at
. W.AAa.
T)LASTERS Call at onr Store and
get a good Plaster and cure up "that lam
back.7' WOODS ANDREWS.
Jose.'
LAVO KIN G EXTRACTS Ex-
tract Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Pine Apple.
etc oy-in aox. or singi ooui. n.ata.
LAMPS Carbon Oil Lamps, Chira
nias, and Wicks, a splendid assortment found
WOODS ANDREWS.
WANTED 5,555,555 Men, Wo
men and Children sa examina ear Stock.
sksllAMkwva. W.AA.
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for
1861.
NEW YORK STORE.
FIFTEENTH
OPENING OF
NEWCOODS
THE Subscribers are this Spring
prepared to exhibit a large and choice stock
of Goods, embracing nnnsnal attractions of style
and quality. Besides having been bought at
PANIC PRICES.
we hav concluded it is better to sell them without
much profit than to keep them. We therefor say
to all. the goods will saat and the prices surprise you
we want the money to help sustain this good Gov
ernment and not dowa treunn. All IrinHa nfnr..
duee taken as usual, and chees in quantity when
curcu.
PARKS & WENTZ
Warren. May 14th. l
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS,
SILK POPLINS.
SILK GRE.VADIXE3.
AiOZAMBIQUES.
BAREGE ANGLAIS.
CIIEXE PAIL DE CHEVRES.
PRINTED ORGANDIES.
PRINTED JACONETS.
CHEXE GIN'GHAMS.
CUALLYS, Ac, Ac.
NEW TORE STORE.
SPRING CLOAKS and DUSTERS
LACE MANTILLAS,
S-V-tfrf 11i-L,A,-B ARABS,
CRArllU?RWLB SHAWLS.
BHiSi? s vr?f!Ah-..blLK SHAWLS,
-..iii.Di.ii,ijijun InmmiDgs.
RICH DRESS SILKS,
SMALL FIGURED SILKS.
SMALL CHECK El sirra
BUMM ER SILKS A FOULARDS.
mm;, on., tower tnen ever.
NEW YORK STORE.
BONNETS AND SHAKERS,
MISSES' HATS i..w '
m. asv asihj) A V VUCiO, sXC.
NEW YORK STORE.
F
Fan
RENCH AND ENGLISH
TWILLED CLOTHS wet roir nnrcrrw
ANCY CASSIMKReS f-, XZ.Z?-
In Woolen Goods we challenre eompetltion.
KEW YORK STORE.
READY MADE " CLOTHIFG. A
larg stock, including all qualities of Linen
v-osjs ana oacxj lor sal cnean at tne
. SEW YORK STORE.
20.000
YARDS Bleached and
Brown Shirtings 6)i cents
NEW YORK STORE.
worth
20,000
YARDS Fast Color
Prints 6' i cents worth 12'4
NEW YORK STORE.
CARPETING. All erados from
Vy shilling stripe, to Royal Wilton. We keep
the largest stock in m count v, and sell the cheapest.
iEW XOKh. blOttr.
rTVRAYELING DRESS GOODS
JL In great variety. . NEW YORK STORE.
"I7MBROIDERIES, LACES, TR1M-
I'J MINGS. RIBBONS. Also French Artificials
and Bridal Wreaths of iurpaing hcanty.
AtW YORK STORE.
CJKELETON SKIRTS.
a. J Bradly s "TIP T0P"V) Hoops. Also Skirt
Supporters. NEW iORK. telOUE.
"T7MBROIDERED Lace and Muslin
JLJ CURTAINS. Rich Gilt Shades for J!.
T3LACK SILKS " Bischoff" &
i ) " Bonnai "the best in nse.
. NEW YORK STORE.
COTTON nOSE AND LINEN
J HANDKERCHIEFS, fffemt..
NEW YORK STORE.
T7RENCH CHINTZ PRINTS.
I Also Merrimae and Cocheco.
NEW YORK STORE.
FASHIONABLE HATS Broad
way Style also Soft Hats and Fnr Caps for
men and boy. NEW YORK STORE.
BOOTS & SHOES are cheaper, and
for the cheapest go to the
NEW YORK STORE."
(Uj CLOTHS For Floors, Stairs
S ATaoles all the widths.
NEW YORK STORE.
T)ROWN SHEETINGS. 6 tents.
JLJ NEW YORK STORE.
PAPER HANGINGS,
GLASSES. SHADES.
LOOKING
SEW YORK STORE.
pROCKERYAND GLASSWARE.
wvrvm uvev. ill. X Uii O 1UKIV.
afOLD BANDED CHINA TEA
A SETS. NEW YORK STORE.
TTHBRELLAS AND TRVELING
J BAGS. KEVT YORK STORH.
UGARS AND SYRUPS. Wholo-
J Retail little below competition
iuw D,t.. ncn ivttk OtUKIS.
GOOD SUGAR MILLS, for Grind-
ing Sorghum for sale.
fttn XORK STORE.
SEWL6 mflllVES.
GET THE BEST.
FIKLE & LYO-N'S MACHINES
fT AVE been In successful o Deration in FamI
lie. Clothing Houses, Ac. in Warren, for
many months past. Their invariable success.
their perfect work, is better guarantee to
those wishing to purchase than the irresponsible
assertion of sn Interested agent of Howes' or an
y other machine i while the fact that ihej do not
mmwt ka(f the noise, is a sufficient recommend to
those who love nod in the family. An Intelligent
after a fair examination and trial will risk
reputation by deciding against Pinkie dt Ly
ons. We will, in alt eases, give sufficient time
trial and guarantee perfect success in using,
effect work and superiority, or no rile.
VtrB, H.J in. PARAS WENTZ.
1861;
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and
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SOUTH OF CANAL, Warren,! OLfo. Having lately extendo'd and improv
ed my establishment by enlarging my already extensive build ingm, as well a. ereeting aew ones, in
troducing a steam engine, with all kinds of machinery adapted to th business, by which a great savirg
of material, time and labor are effected, hereby affording facilities Tor maaalaetaring a ad selling a Bil
TER article for the same or LESS money than can he anorded without such advantages, aad employing
an increased number of th very bent workmen in the country, many of whom are direct from th east
ern cities, I am now prepared to make and turn off A BUGGY PER DAY. At my Repositories may b
found at all times the best assortment of finished work in th country: all of which is warranted ia every
respect, and for quality, workmanship, durability and finish, is not to be surpassed ia that eoaatry. or by
eastern manufacturers. Among my stock of finished work aaay b found
CLOSE COACHES, of various stylos and price. BAROUCHES,
CHARIOT EES. BUGGIES, a larg variety, eoaaunanc
ROCKAWAYS. a variety of L and 3 seats, , TROTTING.
CARRIAGES, a variety of 2 and 3 seats, DROP FRONT.
PHJ3T0NS. land 2 seats, tops standing and felling, DEMOCRATIC WAGONS.
JENNY LINDS. KNOW NOTHINGS.
CARRIAGES, it patterns slide seats. GAZELLE.
SULKIES. ' . TIPTON,
' BOX BI GGIES. t e.
Also. LUMBER WAG0N3, best article, for on and two horses. My present facilities .cable me to fur
nish to order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SHORTEST NOTICE. . Person visaing anything m
. 1 ; ( k .. .M .u.Mlul I. Hl an.t M. fn. IkAHiulrM .
Especial attention to Custom Work aad Repairing.
ia styles to suit the most fastidious.
N. B.
Y) arren. April 15, 1&6.
C1TFA CTO R Y .
.. ?f
Painting and Trimming don a short aotie. and
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
H. C. BELDEN.
PEOF. WOODS'
immmi cordial
ARB
Is precisely what It aasse ladlaat. aaS
wail pleasant to the taste, it is revivify
ing, cxhilerat!og,eav1geratiagaa4 strength
ening tathe vital powers, aad at the saaM
tinte revivites. reinstate, and reaews th
Blood in all itriginal parity, and thus
at oace rMtsrss a' mdtrt fftni ra
nluntl, e allicli iiiul. It is th.
only preparation aver .gered to the world,
so chemically and skillfull comb: Bed as to
be tkeatoK powerful tonic. aad at ibe aasse
tiateeo perfectly adapted to. as teact ia
aerfeel accordaac with th laws of aatnre'
and bene will .. ta. w.at.st at.si..a
and to. e ap the digestive rgaas, aad tbas
allay all nervous and other in Italian. It is
perfectly exhilarating and at th same time
it ise.mpesed e.tirely f vegetables, yet
so combined as to prdace th. most taoranga
tonic effect, with.at producing any injuri.
ens consequence, o acn a ramady nas long
keen felt te be a desideratum in the medical
a. rid. for it needs n medical skill lose
that debility follow all attacks r disease,
aad proceeds and indeed lay th system
epea loth Insidious attacks f maay ot
the most fatal, such, for example, as the
following: Consumption, ladgestlon.Dys
nepsia. Loss of AppMite, Fsintness. Nerv
S3
ous Irritability, Neuralgia, Palpitation f
0
th heart, M.lancnoly, Bigot Sweats, Laa
gor, Siddioess, Retention of, a wall as
Painful obstructed, te profuse, r to
ssaat sfeastraation. aad falling f ths
Womb, These alldepetd apea general de
bility. This pare, healthy, tonic Cardial
and Blood Renovator is as i.r. t. sar as
th. san ta risaand set. There I a mis
Uk.ab.atit. But this I not all- If the
F
P
system is weakened weare epea t. kili.a.
attacks, th. liver becomes lointd, or worse
diseased, the kidnevs r.fnse to pertoi
tbeirfunctions, and w ar. troabUd with
soatdingand ineontiaeaceof orin. or in
voluntary diseliarc. of the same, pain is
th back, side and between the shealders
.xeeedinclv liable te sllcht e.'dt. cenghs
o
0
and if nn.b.ck.d.soea emaciation follows.
and th patient ges down tea premature
grave. Butspace will not allow as toena
morale th many ills to which w are liable
ia a weakened condition f lb system
Bat w will say in this Cardial and Blood
Aenovator yoi. have a perfect, safe, pleas
ant and effectual remedy for loss f ifM
tite. Biliousness. riatnleac, weak and sick
Stomach. Laagnor. kiv.r Complaint. Chills
and fever, r any Bilioas attack, Ceativ
aess, Aeidftvef the Btomseb. Nervoasness.
Nearalzia. Palpitation f tk Heart. D
pressioa of Spirits. S.res. Fimele en the
Fac. or aay disease arising from impare
bleed, such as scrofula. Erysipelas. Bron
ehitis.Couxh. diffieultvaf Bcesthiar. and
all that class of disease called fescal.i
weakness, and enumerated above. We will1
also say the traveler exnesed t epidemic, i Jll
ehange of elimat acd eater, will Sad it aiaJ
pleaaaat. safe and sure remedy, and ae
none should ever travel without Readw.
try it. for a assure job y.a will led la It
afriend indeed, aswellssafrtead in need.
All persons of sedentery habits will Sad It
a perfect l reventatlve or. as well as care
for tnes. allmeats lo wbica tney are partie
a'arly exposed. Benee miaisters.sludcnta
auora.y a, literary gentlemen, and ladies
who ar not aeet.stomed ta mach stdwer
exercise, will find it to their advantage t
keen a bottle eenstantly n hand: aad.
bovaallmothers.orthos beeamlng suck.
will go through that meet daageroas perted
aat only with all tnei r accustomed strengta.
bat safe and free from tte thousand ailmeits
so prevaf.at among the female portion of'.J
the world. I a short, it is indeed a mother's ir
cordial. ir is viu mum ,wqn, am ivager
run th risk of delay ; it will r.liev and
prove itself emphatically a srssterefi.
Cria '. MtWmlrr.
9. J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway.
Xew Tork.and lit Market Street. St. Loais.
Ve .and sold by all good Druggists. Price
Ooe Dollar per Bottle.
IMarchS, IBol J
LEGAL NOTICE.
Xenben Heintzelman, adrn'ri
! Isaac Dedrich. dee'd.
vs Petition U agll
Daniel Detlrieh. Betsey Delph.l Land.
Bortian lelih. Pally Heiotset-i
inn. Peter Heintselman aadAa-l
drew 1. Heintaelman. S The defendants
above named are hereby informed that en the ltta
day of December, A. D. IhSI, said enmiaitrur filed
bis petition in the Probate Coart r Trumbaii .aun
ty, Ohio, th object and prayer of which petitioa is
to .btaia aa order, ete.. en
The 22d dot of February, A. D. 1SS2.
f.r the sale of the following Keal Sstate to wit: Th.
land bought aad held by c.niraat bjr the deccdeat
rrost Andrew J Ueintselmao. sitaat. in soatniogton
in said coanty .and is part of lot No. M. la riginal
St" Trey of said township aadcentams acoet-tea a
eres of land, as is more fully set forth in said peti
tioa- REfJBa!C HEINTZELMAN, Adas r
Jan. S3, lC6a-4w f Isaac Dsnan a. dec d.
XfOTICE. .
X 1 Joseph ihefler f tht Sttt of Pennylrnia, U
n ol I fled Lb it Mivry Jn Shell er did, oa LU twenty
third dsvr of December. A D , file htr petitioa lo
tite ottw i of tho Clerk of the Coart of Common Pleas,
within and for tho coantw of Tram ball and dint of
Unto, oharerttK the taid Joieph ebener onm extreme
eraei'or toward her. wit boat ah jnat eooso or provo
eatioa oa her part, alto charging tho aaid Joseph
at ner wan aabiuui drankenneta lor more tnan
three Tears Ivt paat. and askine that the mo be dt
rorced from the aaid Joseph SheBer, which petition
will stand for hearing at the next term of said Coart.
Jan. 8, 1862-tSir . hy ft. J. lowers, her AUy.
IVotice,
"VTolice ia hereby given that the ori-
A.1 ln.il Lead Warrsat Ho. Issued to Arnold
Harrington of Troy. Geaaxa Co.. Ohio. tWelchoeld
Post Office) .as destroyed by nre o the I sin. day of
Sept. a. II 1hj . and that a Caveat aaa been Sled in
the General Ltnd Office requesting and applying t
the Commissi. ner of Pensions for a reissue of the
lost warrant, which was for oa. bandred aad twenty
acres of land and issned to mid ll-irringt.n.
GILBKaT Wau.'tER, Applicant,
Jan.i, "6i-w By A. W. Joss., hi Atty.
EXAMINATION
SCHOOL TEACHERS..
T'he Board of EzamiBtrs for- Trnm
X ball eonty . will commence their regular exam
inations ea th. loth day of february. aad for th
eeaveniense of b.tta examiner and Teachers, thr
ooara nav aistrietea tne vouatv as follows.
These persons, who wish to apply for certificates
teacn.and reside in Kinsman. Teran. Oostsvaa,
Johnstoa. will attend the examination n sloa-
dayth lltthdayof fehraary.
Those residing in Hartford, Brookfield. Hubbard
Liberty, en Wednesday the 13th day of februa
Those residing in fowler, Vienna, Baxetta and
Mecca, oa friday the Itta dayef febraary
Thowiesidieg in Mesopotamia, Bloomueld. Green
Bristol. n Monday the 17th day of february.
Those residing in farmington, Soathiagton, aad
nraeeviiie.rn Wednesday the 19th day ef fehraary.
Tbos residing la Newton. Lerdstoaa aad Weath-
ersneld.oa friday the xlst day of february.
Those residiag in Warren. Champion and llswland
soDoay laestutaay mi aebraary.
Itis expected that applicants residinv In the sev
districts will attend oa the day deigtet.d fr
their district The County has been divided aa afore
said to avoid th necessity of to maay applicants
being present en any eae day.
T Examinations will be held at the Court Ho.se
Warrea. and wiil commence nnietull. at 10
vciocx a. a., at waicaaoar all applicanu should b
present. WUtlTUKUBI ADAMS
W arras, Jan. SS. '69-4 w
WESTERN KESEJRVE
uarriage Factory.
fTHE Proprietor desires to inform
hit friends and patrons that he mar
found on Liberty stret. south of th Bank.
now be
. wh
fitrrii srl v kt iti miriii r-turin. to ortirr. and for
Carriage and Bumia. of every description,
will constantly keep on hand a good assort
ment of the most approved styles.. which for saat-
sunetannai wor.maonuiF - 'n'e ni.;-
iihih.ll pot hesurnaseed in this Pr,
JT. i . -.Kii. Ar uv kind, will do well
. . . I 1. 1 MUM OJ Ett-
glvtnrme a call, as they ean scarcely il in be
& suited either in style, al"r- 'tJ?"
Painting and Trimming uono - r"
and at price, that .il; v. .
Cans will be paid, and good pneea, tor tb best of
kind second growtn camac. w ir ttTSwr y
War ru, Apru , - " " '
COIiSUmPTIVES .
A equal and normal circamtisa of tb bmed I
aeaKh An ahaormal, thatis tosay.aa exeeasiv r
deficient circulation or stagnation ef th blaad isdis
ea. Te tlnstrate torpidity of the Uwr 1 caas.4
br stagnaiioa f th blood ia that argaa; disease f
tb. KidnjT. Inflammation f th Laaga, Diseas!
th Ueart, at . by th iaaa eaoa. via: Imprape Cir
enlati.n; aad from the earn eaase spring all miar
forms of disease. Tdiovrartain car taea.
for the diseases, th Brat great eaqsiry aceaaarf
is. What eaases th. blood ia circulate t
fMeeBlarieskthaabeea a mauer f mack ads
among scientific and ssedical mra;and wail.aay
experimeata aav been made aad mack tab.rexead
ed apoa the .nqairy . it has beea left t thi e.nt.ry
among Its ether wonderful iaereasein knowlcdg. t
make this grand discovery, sis
Acknowtedgingthatlif. is th. gift at th Creator,
and that "la Uim w. live aad mav. aad have ear re
in g." we still v.ntere the remark, that a th pirn Dele
move in their sphere, sad all vegetable life is g.v
eraed by certain absolute law, so animal life
traceable U a fixed eaase. which remav d.str.j.
aad death, th eertaia effect, fellow. -
Analysis of th red orpaacle of th blood sk.w
tkem to b compounds of lies, salpkar aad saaspko
rous. Th. air w. breathe, we know te eoataia a very larg
proportioaof oxygen. -
Oxygen brought ia contact with m.tal, sv.lves r
emits electricity.
Electricity brought Is contact with s masnlar lbr,
causes it to contract.
Th.se facts being iadlspataM. w kav. aw tk -mtion
a t tk motor r motive pewec of tk keart
Th oxygen ia tk. air we breathe CMiing la aataca
with th. ir in tb red eorpascie f tk. blaad emits
leetricity. wkKk coming ia oatact with tk be art
cause it ta aentraet. aad k.acetke p.wer wkick ex
pels tk blood and sends iitiagttag Ihroxgk tke re
motest arteries. Wkattkea. ar. tb eaases ef C ea
snmplion. Dropsy, Pa sy. Paralysis. St. Titas'Daace.
Sispepsia, Epilepsy, fever and Ague, Ate. I adefi
eieaey of the red eorposclescootainiag tks ires, sul
phur and pk.spbwroas, which causes a deficiency of
eleetricuy , and eonaeqacntiy aa aoawrmai eirvaia
.ian. Tb blood becomes watery. colds aad broachi
al complaints aad pr.str.tioa ensae the sufferer be
comes aervoas, and subject ta rheamatl paiasaaA
aearalgia eompavints of the liver and kidney see
in, in short, almost every type f disc, but virulent
fevers may b? traced to this deficiency ia th bledv
of the eerpuaetes ar red globule.
Old age cause a deficiency of corpuscles, aad while
we do not pretend t say tha: we have discovered the
lixir vi!sj."wedesay Lhat life cast b materially
pralODged by th as f th
"BLOOD POOD,"
which restores tke red globules, and thus tke nrma
circulation. Consumptives! friend of consumpt
Ives 1 1 Sufferers from any organic disease 1 1 L'nfor
tanates, who hav by excess of the body r mind, r
daeed the standard ot. th blooi and diminished tk
red globule. Ladies sufferiag any mi th di.tresse
knowa as f.mal. eomplniats. be persuaded the"Bloocl
food" can care yoa. It ha cared theaaaads f des
perate eases where all hope ha baea given ap. Da
not reject it. do not throw away yonr only hope. Tk
"Blood food" is aa entailing remedy; give it a trial
Aa elaborate treatise. .srryiog outand fully prev
ing tk. theory advanced kere to b correct, will be
mailed to any interested party. ea tke receipt f tww
Seent stamps. Blood food is soli by all druggists:
or wkar it eaaaet be sad. I will sand battles fre
ef expense, for (t. Price, single bottle. Bl. It I
put up in 8 as. vials,! Tallow wrapper tk M kiad.
ia small kettle, ia red wtappera having beea d.ne
away with aad bear the fac aimile sigaatar. sf
Ch.reh v Dvbotis the face ot tk wrapper. B.
ware of coaaterfeits aad imifations.
C.T. BCPONT. Bol ProprUtnr.
lfab.ao.fl. tO Broadway. Mew Trt.
HE STATE OF OHIO, ?
Trumbull Co, la Coart of Coot. Plaas. J
Daniel Jones I
tm - 5 otic.,
Byron A. Tiets 4
Loaisa M. Viets. The defendant will Uke
soliee that ea ifce U day of Jaa., Iri6s, the plaintiff
filed his petition in said Court, praying -decree a
gainst said Byre) A. Viets for th sans ef three hun
dred and fifty dollars, with anaaat interest from 1st
May. laov. upws a eertaia not of said deieadaat,
dated May 1st. Ice. for Slid, payakl Hav. 1st. Ira),
with annual later.st, t piaiatiff or bearer, and that
ia d.taaltof sack peyseaat tsutt asrtaia mortgaged
premise., ta wit: fiity seres and eighty-. n rods .f
land situat. ia lat Vm. It, ia fowler towaship. said
Coanty, mortgaged by defeadaat t plaintiff, deed
recorded ia Trumbull county Becards, Book of Morv
gage . 5, pages 5S. S0, to sold tre from eatia-
ient dower right ot said Leaisa M..aad praaeeosap
plied in payBMnt.r said sam. lefaanta will an
swer by tk 1st day f March, lbwl, ar deree aad .r-
d.r will be taken against them by deraolt.
Jaa.SCS-Cw By Cax A 8raaa.hU Atsya.
CHERIFF'S SALE. -
K-? AnnaH. Mason
t In Court r Common
I Plea f Trambull Co.
and Charles Masoa
Isaac Deforest A etkevsi Bv virtue at an anlar
t
f Bal. issued out sf th. C.urt ot Common Pleas .f
Tru boll county. Ohio. I m. directed aad delivered
I have levied on and shall .loose to Pabli. Sat. .l
the door at ta Caart Uouse in Warren, oa
Saturday M 15fA day of Feb. 1862.
at I o'clock P. M. ot said day. the following describ
ed Keal Estate, to wit: The .Hole of lot eighty two
iylag east of tb. Ckeaanao river ia Braokn.ld taw.-
ship. said coanty and State, containing twenty acrea
more or less. - Appraised at f23 per acre. Terma
cvthS , ; J. m. BUTLBB. SheriS.
bheriirs Offlce. Warrea, Jan. IS. Ibbj.
SHERIFF'S SALE. . - ,-
O Casrl.s StJoha J Ia Trumbull eeanlr Caart,
vs of C.mm.n Pleaa-
Theodor Bef.rest. 8y virtu. f aa Bxeeati.a
issued oat of ih Coart of Camnton Pleas within aad
for said caaaty ot Trmmb.il, t me directed and de
livered, I have levifd oa aad shall affer at Pablies
Sale at th daor of tb Coart Haas I W.rrea, oa
bat trday the 22d day of Feb. 1862,
at on. 'clock P. M. ef said day. the following de
scribed Beal Kstate, te wit: Situate in Howland Tp,
No.t.ia the 3d range ot township in Conn. West
ern Baserve In tie fetat of Ohio, and which ia atta
in tha county-of Trumbull, and Is knowa by b.ing
part.t lot No 31. sad is boundi'd as lotions: Begin
ning a th. sonth lino of the township where it is
intersected by the east bank of ta Makoolug river,
hence east along the townshia line aixt.-twa ebaina
and kity-foor li.k. to a white oak tree. markd wiik
three notches ta the aerth aid and blued as to
east, west and aorta sides; thence north sixteen
chains and eighteen links to a white oak past marked,
staasing a v.ry little west from a large klack eaz
tre marked, thence west alone a line at marked
trees to the Mahuaisg river; thene down said river,
the several coarse thereof, to tke irst bound or place
of beginning, containing on hundred acrea of land
excepting aad reserving th.refrsm about three acre
sold to th Clevelsnd and Mahoning Kail Boad Com
pany, reference being and o He card Book 72. page IT
for a dewriotioa of tha land sold ta said Co.. leavinc
aboal ST acreekereia conveyed, be tb same mar or
less. Appiaised at $2m per acre. Terms cash.
J. 6- dUTLIK, sheriff.
Sheriff's COcea-Wama, Jan. SS. 'OS.
"VfOTICE IK PARTITION. '
XI I'.nry Martin
( . Petitioa for partition.
The aaid C. B. Potter.
. and Mrs. C. M. Potter, of
James Whitehead
O.M Potter
Mrs. C. B. Potter
II. W Benham and
Mrs. H. W. Beahai
J Bagiaaw, In th 8tat f
, Mich
ehigan, H. W. Beaham.
and Mrs- B. W. Benham, ef New fork City, in ta
tat of New York, will take nottee that a petitioa
filed against them ia the Court at Commas,
Pleas of Trumbull county, on the Stith day of Octo
ber, IdCI. selling forth lhat said defendants together
with plaintiff are seised ef an eatat as tenants ia
common In ta following lands aa tenements, situ
ate in said county of Trumbull. and dMoribed aa fol
lows, to wit: la lot No. in the township ef Brook
field. in aaid Trumbull county . bounded ea th noitk
by leads oasupied by Jobn Seeder, east by tke filat
line r tk ntat at Oaie.asath by laad eapied by
David Uiil.aad west by aaortkand seatb road lead
ing into aharan. ia th. 9tne. of Pennsylvania aad
contain lUOaoraaand sros at ana. tne earn
mor er leu- aaid p.tiu.o F
aid rl .stat, aad will b foe keanag at th next
saio real ."". i,,,ians on u
term of said ueart. n'TV-n.-.-
iT kmby giv.n that R. H. Baranm .a the Mth
kmralMr-l-r. Intl. commenced , suit in
attackawnt against Bcubea Shell on a claim ant da,
(being a aot fur 71 dollar, dated July tit. ltbl.du
it six montns wm a.tv. wita intereat B.ror J.
P.lm. Eso.. a Justice af tk Peace within aad forth.
Mun-f Tramball and Rtate ot Okia. and tkat net
proceedings were ked bfare aaid Jastie ia said
ease, that tha sam. was duly rtiad by ..id Jostle.
tothwCeart f Common Pleas of said atv. aad
that la said Coart at Coama Plaa. a writ .f At-
taaksMBt has b.n duly isnd aad levitd ...a r
taialaad f said Shall ia th towaakla af BnuVia.
saidoanty,kawaapartf hat M. t, cosrtaioiBg
on.kaadredacr.a. That saad Barn am claim, a judg
ment 'or th. amount of with inters framJatw
1st. lMI.aad will aloaask for a eela ef aaid sssd a
attached aaafareraid. t pay th aaa aad th .
Tk said ftttfti saall 1 raoairaA la un ta PeaV
tin fi led ia said aaaotoa mr kefer th. IStk day mt
MarekBtt. II BAB5UM.
Jaa.Bt, -. ..: -Bw l.. Bsuasbftas A Of.
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