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THE GAME OF LIFE.
BY JOHN G. SAXE. V" ThoirVni rsmc much in fashion I think it's called TkouffliIneTTnTe played Itforpleasureorlucrc.l 45. w t'1 ,lle raT,if are in certain condition, 1 he players wpew te liave changed their portions, AM out of them cries in a confident tone, 1 think I may venture logo it alone J" - WhUe watching the game, tis a whim of thebard's, A Moral to draw froin that .-iriuUh of cords, .- And to tancy he 6mL in the trivial strifo excellent bints Tor the buttle of life: nere-whcthcr a prize be a ribbon or throne . The winner is he who can "go it alone!" When rreat Galileo proclaimed that the world , In a regular orbit ceaselessly whirled. And pot not a convert for all of his paint. But euly derision mid pi-Won and chains, ""it saevs,r nH tkal !" was hi autiwering tone. For he knew, like the Earth, heeould"go it aluue !" When Kepler, with intellect piercing afar, liacovered the laws of each planet and star. And doetwrs, who ought to have lauded his name leridcd fain learning auJ blackened his fame. 1 can mu : he replied, "till the truth you shall 'could go U alone !" own: for he felt in hi heart he Ala ! for the player who idlv depends. Iu the sirujiae of life, upon kindred or friend-s " whatever the value of blovings like these. They can never atone for inglorious ease. Nor comfort the coward who fiidi?, with a proan. That hit crutches have left him to "go it alone !' There i? poinr-;hin?t no JouM in the hand you may Health. family, culture, it, beauty and fold thuid, . The fort unate owner may liiirly repaid. As, each in its way. a most ei'celk-ut card: "Yet the Tame may be lut, with ail these for yonr own. euless j'eu nave mccourairc to tro it aloue: In battle or business, whatever the panic, r Ifl law or in love, it is ever the same: in the strucgie for !ower. or the scramble for pelf, Letis be your mulUi "jVw o jpjmnclf T' J-orv whether the priw be a ribbon or throne, -Th victor is he who can "so it aiouc 1" HEMMING COTTON. "Hem them in!" is thccounfryV cry; "See how the bayonet needles fly I Nothing nepleet and nothing leave. Hem them iu from the itkin to the tlecve. Little they wreck of ncratth or hurt Who toil at hemming the Southern shirt: Little they'll care, as they shout aloud. If the Southru shirt prove a South' ehroud. Hurrah for the needles s harp and thin 1 Cotton is saved by heinmiiip it iu." Here 13 a convincing argumeuL It is only those who preach hard-shell Pennons that strike sinnera to conviction: "My : brethren and sister.", cf a nan's full of re- ligion, you can't hurt him. There was the three Arabian children ; they put "cm in a fiery furnace, betted seven times hotter than it conld be het, and it didn't siogc a baron their heads! And there was John the Evangelcr ; they put him and where do yon think, brethren and sisters, they put .him ? 'Why, they put him into a calaJron ic of bilin' ile and biled him all night, and , it didn't faze his shell ! And there was , Dan'clthey put him into a lion's den and t - what, my fellow-travelers and respected auditors, do you think he was put into a . lion's den ivr! Wbv, for proving three times a day. Don't be alarmed, brethren - and sisters ; I don't think any of yon will! ., . Two Ohio lawyers got into a warm Iis- 'pnte in Court, when one called the other - prevaricating doable-dealing wretch. The latter replied as fallows : "I will not take ! notice of personal language here ; we wul e Fettle that by-aiad-by, outside. I will dis cuss law, chop logic, or spilt hairs with you in Court, that's all." "If yon will ..split hairs, eplit that," said the opposing ' ' lawyer, pulling out a hair from his head . ' and handing it towards the speaker. can't do it didn't offer to split bristles'." was the reply. Everybody in Court laugh ed out loud, of course. . r- . Having now obtained Ivote-iidid in Ten- i. nesse, we expect to send our Porter or oar Jiviler with a message to our fcoutiiern friends and Grant them the privilege of .L PaJng their debts to the North as well as securing , their "rights," of which they Bmgf much and may the Pillow under their leaders heads be as adders and scor lions till they pay the Price of treason and their rell carcasses be Poli'd into the'r traitorous 2'oombt. Louisville Journal. A Hard Hit. A man who marries T ' rich wife must.ezpcct occasionally to have it fluni; in his teeth. W e have heard a re F- yiort" however, which, we think, must have silenced such threats. - A gentleman who had the misfortune to marry a fortune. f. was once exhibiting the line ioints ot his - horse to a friend. ' "My horse if you please," said the wife ; "ray money bought that horse." . "Yes, madam," replied the husband, bowing, -"your money bought me," " Chaplain EaScnsj-crgcr, of the 14th Ohio. offers a splendid Bible to "any other man" ' who will drive a mule team in Kentucky four weeks without swearing. He has no applicants for it is as yet, and would be pcrfeitly safe in shortening the time to one -day "the thing can't be did." His ad drees for the present is Rev. E. B. Baffcu sperger, U. S. Post Chaplain, Lcbauiiou, Ky. He will .becrjgigcd in the hospitals there for fcvcral weeks. of it the bnt "What a fine thing it Faid Dr. . Spooner, aa he cot np from the hobbly ice on which be had violently seated himself "the other morning, "that the brains are fit--txatcd where they are. I never so fully re- alizcd the ,oicty of the arrangement as on this morning, for I should have endangered mine several times had tbey been in a less elevated Ration." i'-.JoxAn sor a Tobacco Chewer. A ..preacher, whose text led him to speak of the prophet Jonah, remarked incidentally: ! . ' "I am of the otiiiuon Jnah xraa an old man. neither fmoldnz nor chcwinir. from riouj- the fact that the fish retained him so Ion" ! cites, of ly in a they the The his stomach. If the fi-Ji had swallowed the house we arc worshipping in, he no dout would have puked himself to death. Dr Johnson. once dined with a lady who had hotch-potch for dinner. After the k Doctor had tasted it, she asked him if it was good; It'sood for hogs, ma'am," eaid the Doctor.., "Then pray," said the .lady, "let me help you to some more !" An Irishman attending a Quaker meet ing heard a young Friend make the follow ing announcement: "Brethren and sisters, I am going to marry a daughter of the lord." Oeh, n ye are." said Tat, "faith ndbe jabers, audit will be a long time oeiore ye 11 see ycr uther-in-law-. - A jolly old dai key down south bought tiimseit a new shiny hat, and when it com mence-! raining he put it under his coat When asked why he didn't keep his hat on ins head he replied : "De hat's mine; bo't him wid my own money; head b'longs to massa, let he take keer he own property." . X prolific feminine porker in Massachu setts has a family of 16 pip. The editor of the Berkshire Courier thinks that this is more than she can furnish rations for, and we sposc he ought to know. An old farmer in Ohio was anxious to have his pastor dismissed, and was asked the reason. "I've heard say," was the re ply, "that a change of pastures makes fat calves and I'm for a change.''' - other, the end of the world is com ing?" "What makes you think so child?" "Cos them trowsers what you said nd nev er wear out has got a tarin' big hole in 'em I" is the with two large water ricties have is has of in were vided it trees. by the with not roan's can close heard hedce. at from New Agricultural Wrinkle. A funny story is told of an old friend of ours one who, sick and tired, of the care nd bustle of city life, lad retired and gone to farming, as the saying is. His land albeit well situated and commanding sundry fine prospects, is not particularly fine as some we have seen, requiring scien tific culture, and a liberal system of ma nuring to iuduce abundant yield. So far by way of explanation. Once upon a time, as the story books j say, our tneni being on a short visit to the city, was attending an auction sale down town, and it happened they were selling damaged sausages at the time. There were some eight or ten barrels of them, and they were just " going at fifty cents a barrel," when the auctioneer, with all apparcut seriousness, remarked that they worth more than that to manure land with. Here was an idea. "Sixty-two and a half cents third and last call gone 1" retorted the auctioneer. "Cash takes them at sixty-two and a half cents ncr bar rel : To have them shipped to his couutrv- scat was the immediate work of our friend, and as it was then planting time, and the sausages, to use a common phrase, "were getting to be no better fast," to have them under the ground and out of the way, was the next movement He was about to plant a field of several acres of corn, the soil of the piney wood species ; so here was just the spot for his experiment in agri culture, this new wrinkle in the science ofgeopomcs. One "link" of sausage be ing deemed sufficient, that amount was placed in each hill, accompanied by the usual number of kernals of corn and an occasional pumpkin-seed, and all were nicely covered np in the usual style. Now after premising that several days have elapsed since the corn was planted, the sequel of the 6tory shall be told in a dialogue between our friend and one of his neighbors. Well, friend, have you planted your corn ! "Yes, several days since." "Is it up yet?" "Up ? yes, and gone too the most of it" "How is that?" "Well, you see I bought a lot of dam aged sausages the other day in New York a smoothed-tongued auctioneer 6aying they would make cxccilant manure, if nothing else. I brought the lot over and com menced plantidg a sausage in each hill, and-" "Well, and what?" "And I felt satisfied that I had made a great job of it Some days afterward I went out to the field to see how my corn was coming on, and a pretty peioe of busi ness I have made by trying agricultural experiments." "Why, what was the matter ?" "Slatter ! the first thing I saw before reaching the field. was the greatest lot of dogs digging and scratching all over it ! 1 here were my dogs, and your dogs, and all the neighbors', dogs, besides about three hun dred strange dogs I never set eyes on be fore, and every one was hard at jt mining after the buried sausages. Somehow or other the rascally whelps had scented out the business, and they have dug up every hill by this time. It I could set every dog of them on that auctioneer I'd be sat isfied." Plant Grapes Vines. e advise all to plant grape vines. 1 he cuttings come remarkably cheap, the cost of planting them is a trifle, whilst the result is certain and profitable. Every twenty acres should have at least one in grapes, and more if possible, and all persons should plant put at least forty or fifty, vines, as this is going to become by far the most profitable culture carried on. A vineyard once planted is an inheritance of wealth. It is not like other fruit requi ring continual renewal but lasts hundreds years. The best vineyards in Europe are three hundred years old. In this cli mate, whether the season is early or late, wet or dry, grapes are sure to ripen. The market for wioc is always in advance of supply, and pure grape juice will pay, is estimated by those who are in the bu siness, not less than five hundred dollars acre. Whilst the cuttings obtained in pruriag the vineyard will generally pay expenre of its cultivation. A proper ty with a good vineyard planted, is gener ally estimated to be worth at least three times the amount of those that have none, will command an immediate sale. We arc satisfied that if a person has a few acres in grapes he can- make a handsome living. old plan with but especially afterwards, as it ex fever the udder is more likely to bi Extra Feed to Cows. The feeding cows used to be, to see little food the animals could be car ried through the winter. We have actual heard two farmers boasting their skill this particular ; but they usually lost creature or two each, every spring. They seemed to consider it quite fortunate if lost only one or two animals. Among goodarmcrs, the practice now is to make cow et-t as much as she will with a ood tppctite. This we consider the most profitable mode of keeping neat stock rule will not apply to horses. The practice of feeding high, either just before or after the calf is dropped, is mju- pressed with milk, and the whole system rather weakened than strengthened by extra feeding. For two weeks before calving the cow should be free in a roomy and dry place comfortble bedding and alter calv ing should be fed sparingly for a day or on sweet nutritious food, but not in quantity. During the same time the given her should be Elightly warm ic o Plaxtiso Fecit Teees. Make prcp artions for the spring. Select the best va- j of trees, as it cost3 no more to a good one growing than one that inferior. Every farmer, or person who but a garden, should plant fruit trees different kinds. There is no soil or cli mate better adapted to fruit than ours, and this market it pays largely. In fact, a person to devote their their entire attention to fruits, including grape, pro they know anything of the culture, would be found a most profitable pur suit. Xpone should delay planting fruit The outlay is more than made np the increased value of the plant, and natural groweth of these trees will af ford much profit A place well set out bearing fruit trees, will, in this mar ket sell at any time and for a high price. at lcas town, the .-imviia I "Old kinds And Store my Cash Fences that Pay. There no reason why fan as should be made the most profitable part of a farm. For the same expense as planting posts and rails, basket willow be planted in a manner to make a and beautiful fence, and the trim ming of which, each year, would bring enormoui profits to the owner. We have of a person who planted a plum tree ( near the city of New Jbrk,) and present enjoys a large income, 6imply the proceeds. 1010 07 I nited Hartford Haruord Conn. Total lotal For lai-.. Iii Apply W f years Jaiy if "ATTENTION - BATTALLION. - HEAD-OtARTERS. Ill v kb Block Priktmofk, w arren, O., Aov. 13, 01 TE the undcrsighed take pleasure in announcing to. the citizens of 'Warren, and vicinity, the fresh arrival of our new stock ol Krucs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs. Dye ood, Ac, selected with ereot care from reliable Eastern Uousaa, and beg leave to submit the follow in? list. Especially do we call the attention of Phy sicians to our new stock of Medicines, and invite teem to call and examine. UOTT db STRiTTOX. Jfo. 5. Main Street, Warren, 0. Burnett's Bocaine for the Hair Alra, Allen a Dressing do Circassian Oil do Tricophcras do Lyon's Kntharion do Sanford's Dressing do Prof. Woods' Restorative do Mitchell's Handkerchief Extract, Baziu's do do Harrison's Toilet Soaps, Buins do do Colvaie's do do Browu Windsor do Genuine V auk CO do Painters' Diamond Cement. Spauiditurs' Glue A Coufoct'ns, Christadoroa' Hair Dye, Batchelors do do Matthew do do Karrisoua do do Jayuee' do do 100 oi Sulph. Quiuine, 10 os do Morphine, Mcrrilla' Eclectic Preparations, Keiths' ' do do Tildtn's Fluid Extracts, Pure lod. Potassa, do Nitrate Silver, Tr.imlins Wirzard Oil, Benzine for Erasing Grease, Pure Medical Liquors, Syrup lod. Iron, Chloriform, Glycerine, Pure Olive Oil. Silver Glass Starch, Pure Pearl Starch, Bird Ca?es, Cod Liver Oil. Carbon Oil and Lamps, Lanterns. Motl Pillls. MuSkfs Pills Koback's Pills Urseflfenbunt Pillls, Morse's Pills Holloway's Pills Soule's Pills, Hooper's Pills, Clarke's Pills, Price's Pills, Cheesman's Pills, Slotls Iron Pills, Wright's Pills, Strong's Aeue PilLs Aycr's Pills. McLanc's Pills Bennett's Pills Hibbards Pills Bandreth Pills, Spaulding's Pills, Jayne's Pills. Feller's Vermifuse, McLanc's do Jayne's do Fahiicstock's Vermifuse, Van Duesen's Worm Confec'ns Mathews' do do Holloway's do oo Putty, McCully's Window Glass, Oroton do uo Sand Paper, Burning Fluid, Alchohol, Druggists' Furniture, Trusses, Spatulas Catheters, Glass Syringes, Metal Syringes, Elastic Syringes, Breast Sumps. Pure Chrome Green, Dry and in OiL do Chrome Yellow, do do Vermillion, do do Drop Black, do do Venetian Red do do Yellow Ochre, do do Red Lead, do Solution Tin, Dye Stuffs, Nitric and M urn tic Acid, Sulphuric aud Acetic Acid, Aqua Ammonia ff a. ' ' Sweet Spirits Xitro, Sulphuric Ether, Turpentine, Benzoic or Xaptha, a substitute fcr Turpentine, Japan Varnish, No. 1 Furniture Varnish, No. 1 Coach Varnish, While Demar Varnish, Asphaltuia VarnUh, Pearl snow white Lead in Oils, Baltie " " Washington " " Fahnestock " " Washington Metal Zinc " Franklin Snow White Pure dry White Lead and Zinc. Smith's Extra Paint Brushes, Varnish ' Artist s " Sash " Hair Tooth " Flesh Tanner's Oil, Puro Linseed Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Neats Foot Oil, Mecca Kefined Oil, Alecca Lubricating Oil. - Tallow Candles, Stcrine Sperm " ctar Pure Salcratus, Pure Cream Tartar, Pure Sub Crab Sopa. Ifol Nntmcgs, Mace, Citron, ZantcCdrrants Cassia, Cloves, Span'shlndigo . G. 8 0 0 T H, T7"OULD most respeslfully an- T T nounee to the citizens of Warren and Ti- cinityin particular, and the rest of mankind (includ ing the " Mecca Oil Region") in general, that he has opened a large ana carefully selected stock of CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c. IX THE KEW BUIDDING, On the corner of Main and Franklin Streets WAKSKX, 01110. Which are offered at the lowest kind of prices, either wholesale or retail. Among my stock may be found OLD JAVA, LCGCIRA, AXD RIO COFFEE, Ground and Unground. Raw and Rclincd Sugars of all kinds. Molasses. Honey. Syrun. Ac Greeu and BTml- including The Best Tea In Town. SPICE3 of all kinds Ground and Unponnd. Starch, Candles Common and Fancy Soap. RA1 rUXS by the Box, Box. Box, aud single pound. Currants Figs Dates, Fancy Candies; all kinds of Nuts: Catsup, Pickles, Broma, Yeast Powders. LOhD WAKD'S CKLEBltATKD WORCESTER SHIRE SAUCE. Also, Soda, half bbl. aud siuslc puuuu. iuo uesi riuo vm mewing looacco in by the lb. or bbl. Also, Smoking Tobacco bv or bbL lb. Various kinds of CIGARS, among wuica may oc louna ine Long Johns Zouave, Ethan Allen, Victorias, Ac ic Among my Liquors may be found 100 bh'.s. of tusKcy. including tnc celebrated .Mountain Dew." "Pike's Magnolia' Irish, Scotch, "Old Rye," Old Bourbon, Oid Monongahalia, and Salt River Bour bon. All the best kind of Brandies for cooking, medicinal and mechanical purposes. U'lYt'j .. i e , t t r , mj kliijoiii, in iuuu'i run, uaiaza, Maderia, Claret, and Champagne, the latter in bas kets containing quart, pint and half pint bottles. also have a superior article of Holland Gin and Tom Gin," Jamaica Rum, Tnrncr's different of Syrups, and Wolfs Schcidam Schnapps; Ledlard's Rum Punch. Morning Call, A'C, it. Also among my stock may be found 100 KEGS OP 1VIIITE LEAD, And CO Kegs of Snow White Zinc, all other articles usually kept in the Grocery The above goods were bought to bs sold, and if prices are any inducement, picaso call and ex amine before purchasing elsewhere. April 4. !S61. E. G. BOOTH. Common Half Spanish, Star of the West Henry Clay, Little Giant ed al ful can for Cash Neral-Annnal Statement 9To. 103. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, aQ32,Q02eOQ. May 1st, 1861. and cash items, 4 9,56S 78 well secured....... 6,263 20 Estate.... 15,000 00 share Hartford Bank Stocks 271569 00 " New York " " 1SU50 00 " Boston " , l',750 00 " other " " Ss.CfeS 00 States and State" " 73.367 00 N. Haven B B. Co. Stock X&.TOO UO City Bonds 3o.750 00 River Co. R. R. Co. Slock... i,d00 00 Assets Liabilities.. detailR nf inTMjtmmit bm .mall CarAm ranees may be eSbcted in this old and sub stantial Company on very favorable terms. to I. U. I CLLEK, Ag't, t. . . Warren. Ohio. Dwellings and Farm Property insured a term at very low rate. IS. ISCl-ly Cash Cash I I Prom insure siblo Ylf 11 IP. which are it Jan. DRY-GOODS! DRY GOODS!! PKCK& BROTHER SUCCESSORS TO PECK. BUR WELL & CO.. Are now receiving their Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. TO which they invito the attention of buyers. Dcalinr in Dry Goods almost ex clusively, we arc enabled to offer inducements and show greater varieties than any other store in the county. Our stock of Dress Goods, Cloths, Cassi meres, etc., etc, is larger than ever before, which we will sell cheap as thechenpest. All we ask is for vol to call and see for yourseivcs, at Jo. 3, Market Street, Warren, 0. CLOAKING CLOTHS All colors and qualities can be found at the Warren Dry Goods Store. PECK BROTHER. KS Plain Black,Figurcd Black, Rlifk Brocade. Colored Brocades. Bradcres. Plaids Stripes, etc.. a great variety of styles, from fifty cents to two dollars per yard. w PECK i BROTHER. SILI Bin. K li I N O E S The handsomest stock of Printed Merinocs ever broncht to VV ari ea, al'O, Plain in all colors. Warren Dry Goods Store. M 1 TRAVELING DRESS GOODS A splendid tock of Savella Cloths, Glace Pop lins valeucias, Colunituans. t lorcntines etc.. etc. PECK & BROTHER Ii Li Airs lib L'el:tn:c3 lor one sl.illinc for fourteen cents sixteen cents niiitMn cents twenty cents the bi:r::cst nilo ever . i . i u c i i. seen in luia piiuki uv i m.iu Warren Dry Goods Store. m CASHMERES, Uain and Printed Cobures, Paris Reps. Printed and Plain Wool IJetames, r igurea ana i-iain .nipucva. .uouminj Delaines etc, etc PECK BROTH ER. C Black Cloth, also. Brown, Blue and Green. Warren Dry Goods Store. C1ASS1MERES, Black Doeskins, J Satinets. Tweeds. Jeans. Vestintrs etc.. for men and boys wear. PECK BROTHER EROCIIEA Shawls, Woo! Shawls, single and double, from one dollar to ten. also. Furs, an entirely new stock. PECK fc BROTHER. WOOL HOODS Zephyr, Opera and Skating Hoods, also. Zephyr Worsteds. Ladies' Skating Gaiters Nubias, etc.. etc. arrcn Dry Goods store. V Prill Ntholinoof Domestic Goods wc are stocked up complete, embracing eases of nits at all prices liieactiett ana isrown Muslins Battings Tickings, Flannels, etc. Call at the War ren Dry Goods Store if you wish to get goods cheap if you wish to gel tno uignesi mantel price lor your prouuee H yon wisn to go noinc satisiiea witn your bargains, and do both us and yourselves rood. Xo. 9, Vau Gorder's Block, Market Street. War ren. Ohio. Oct. 17. 'AO. PECK BROTHER. NEW STOCK OF . SPRING AND SUMMER BOOTS AND SHOES. H 12 BEXJASIX CKAN'AGE, AVING liEMONED TO SO Market Street Warren. Ohio, one door east ot it. H. Barnum s Hardware Store, is now prepar ed with the lnnrest stock of Spring and Summer BOOTS A SHOES, ever brought to this market. It is well known thnt we arc the oldest and most expe rienced Boot Makers in W arren, and tise 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. Ladies and Gents' India Rubber Boots. Solo Leather, Findings, Ac, constantly on hand. a Don t lorgct tne place May 17, '61 BRICK, BRICK. THE Subscribers will keep always ... I,--,! ll,T, nn nilc nrralh ul one mile east of the Centre of Bristol, a supply of BRICK AND DRAIX TILE. Pnrcnn. wnntinff theso articles will do well to call and sec for themselves, as wc think wo have a supe rior article of each kind. The Tile are from two to six inches in calibre. , The Subscribers own the Trumbull Conntv Right, Jlutticc S r enneiu s superior mo .uucuiue, hich knr.ds the clav and makes the Hie at one op- ornlinn e m 1 sell iOwnstlin ItlgntS OI me IWO eastern and two southern tiers of townships in this county. E. T. I I..ti A fcO.N, Bristol. July 4, tl r. GREAT CURE! DK. I.CL.A NIl'S AKTI-KHETJ1MATIC BAND, IS THE OXLT KNOWS EIMEDT TCB Goot and Xeuralgia,; aso a scaE ccee fob A LL HEHCVRUL VISEASES. ; is a eouveniently arranged Eaad, Mni,;n;ni a inrdie.it.-d eomncuna. to no worn mind thu Waist, without injury to the most deli cate persons, no chance in habits of living is requir. and it entirely removes the disease from the sys tem, without producius; the injurious ettccts ariang from the use of powcriul internal uiedu-iucs which weaken and destroy tue consTimuuii. aim sue roli..f onlv. Lv thistrcatmcuUtnc medicin properties contained in the Baud come in' con tact with the blood ana reacacs tnc unease, inrousu pores of the skin, cflccting in -instance a en7l cure, anu niwiw v" i:.: 'I'i.;. 1, ,c n . mnsl vwtor. ncaiiny eonuiuou. Akti-Merccbial aifcut. and will entirely re lieve the svstem from tho nernioiout effects cf Mer cury. Moderate cases are cured in a few days, and wearoconstanlly receiving testimonials of its cJi caey iu a??ravatcd cases of long standing. Price S'J,00, to tie had of Diucsists penerally,-or be sent by mail or express with full directions use. to any part of the country, direct from the Principal Oflice i NO. 431 BROADWAY, New York. S G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors, K. B. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free. gents Wanted Every uberetj' For Sale by Hoyt k Stratton, Warren, 0. Feb. Sli, l"Cl-ly.J BY STATE AUTHORITY First Class Fire Insurance BY TnE KEW ENGLATSiD INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital S200.0W Assets, Uan. 8. lStil.) - 246.403 io WIirriXESEY ADAMS, As't, : May 21, 1&J1. Warren. Ohio;' oi cy in 1 l,ei-rien aoz. -OANLLES j s V h India NORTH AMERICAN IB9 X 3E1. IS i INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD, CONN. Chartered Capital SSOO.OX) 3UU.0JU or G Capital . WHITTIXSIT ADA TIS, Ag't, . May 24, 1SCL Warica,Ouio. NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE CO,. NORWICH, CONN. , $a,ao Capital.. auu w by JL Cliartered May, 1303. I as been dointv business nearly Y Kxrvyears, and has always paid its losses ! JP. ptly. lue Norwich is tho oldest company res- j Brown or Tho citizens of rosentcd by any Arrcn t in Warren. Trumbull county will find it to their advantage to uieir property in wis ion? tried and rcspon companv. WHITTLESEY ADAVS, AS ; Jan. 15, 6i Warren. Ohio. NEW FIRM & NEW GOODS. N.&W.F PORTER arc now receiving their new stock of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS ' BLANK BOOKS and KTATTnx-Trtfv 1. . lnwra ut, .frUTT TT1 t-. will be sold wholesale and retaiL Our friends invited to call and see 011 .to;k. VALENTINES I ! TUST Received from New York a large and splendid assortment of VALE'V TIXES. of ail kinds. Wholesale and Retail 29, "02. W. Ji. A W. F. PORTER. ray s mru Kodgers up of JL INSURANCE AGENCY. I. L. FULLER, Agent, Office, Jameson's Building, Warren. May 16. 16Mf Market Street. JT t, T a a T T BtA all Partnership Notice. rpbo undorsigned having- associated P,hVcTt Our Goods are fresh, and'of Z TbesT QU SLlT Y and for ready pay wo arc prepared to offer induce-' rTn Vt,lnvuVZl?:?T beior? lalcd in Var. Py&ri: lE"t.1AES of Qality that can "". "vyu wnen eaueU to admin at. .1 : and afflicted under th," ing circumstance which every Medical Practicioncr U compelled Xo 1""?.! th;eJa,'?1routi'"r duties Kmilic, i ' . f I 1 'P031 reasonable rates with all ordinary family medicines and hundreds of other articles kept only by Druri..ts. Merchants can o lect from our stock a great variety of article at sat isfactory jobbing rates Mechanic -ill St.. i . i did lassortmcnt Sf Goods faS'varie" y Vfes '"iM'J-1"6' J?.sho?!.we invite all the Htood tM- tl a i i -1 1" . a)ojning counties to call aim examme mr uiemsolva before purehssini- eU JN'o. r. woods where. Dco.4,'61. J. ANDREWS. Family Groceries. Having added Groceries to onr stock we invito the especjal attentionof consumers teourstock oi tugars leas Coffee Syrups. Molasses. PruncsCi? rons. Currants Cau Fruits of the v-rV 1.1,7 LiT. Kaisins, Ciissia, Cloves, Nutmc?s, Ground Spices of all kincU, 'Ground Coffce?Pnre Cream Tartar, Soda, Saleratu, inW. Sen c"- OODS i A X DREWS. SUG A KS Common and best brown, crushed and granulnted by )he WJl0nni,' WOODS ic ANDREWS. rpEAS Young HySf)n, impcria, I Gunpowder and Black Teas bvtho chest or single pound. WOODs" ANDREWS. nOFFEE-12 Sacks of best Kio and J Java Coffees by W iA rjREAXI TAKTAK-500 lbs. Cream fVouxTTadc.ffia1!ri0m Pur0 ?P"y W. A A. SUP. Xc CAKI3. SODA 10 L- cw Castle (EnglUii) for sale by W. t A. NUTMEGS 2 megs for sale by Cases primo Nut- W. k A. QLOTE3 One b;!o just received. W. A- A. IflENCH PLUMCS-Choice dried , iPKUmJ PDt np in 23 lb- boxes tor to1 uc. W. & A. P RESERVED GIs'GEK One Case in Jars, by KOOT W.AA. MiSEKVED FKUITS Pino Ap I nlM Pmii.h T1m. j r . . - - 4iuj.-, aim a nwDPmM n r woods & axdkeVs, uinur-As tbo "Buck Wheat YJJ Cake" season has nmmt.nA nii i , '"-; '""'o mil. IV. ftA. rVIUPn T-.,.r- m . .. iiesi-apanisn i ioat, an L 2 cases Common. y. & a. OALTPETKE 5 Kegs primo Salt KJ rare, tor packing ucef and Pork. W. t A. s WEETOIL- by -100 Gallons just rec'tl w & A. lASTOK OIL A stinnlv of host W Iiftst India. !tistrrp!ri far MitHimnUt nM B IKD CAGES iho best assort mcnt in Town, snd for sale very low by woods a- axdrews. UmXE and MOKPULNE T Jobbers or others who buy five or more hot. tloa ut one time, for cash, for sale at manufacturers' prices. v . Jc A. )OWERS and Y EI GH HAN'S Spirits of Xitre, Sulphuric Ether. Chloroform Aiua Aiumouia, Cnlorate Potass, Lunar Caustic, Caiumel. Blue -Mass, lodiue ot Potash, ic, ic, with all of their standard Cnemicais cau bo fouud in our selection i OODS & AJtDRE VV S. T?CLECTIC PREPARATIONS A A iresn supply of v. !. 31crrcll Co s eelebrat ea concentrated remedies just received by VV.&A. CO.MPO GiA-a O.M POUND SYRUP STILUS -20 Gallons just roceived, get some to Cieanse your system. VV . a A. I eat ANCr ARTICLES The Ladles can find a solcndid selection of Toilet articles all kinds, consistinz ot cuoice iiandKorciuei .x- tr:iits. ikiloifnca. Pomades. Toilet Powders, tine, tan' Soaps, flair Brushes, Cloth Brushes, Nail do. Tooth do lootn Pastes, Powders and soaps, dress ing Combs, Ae, Ac VV OO1J0 A.iU. VV o. YANKEE NOTIONS Wo will sell to jobbers, at wholesale only, needles war ranted best quality,!' ins o's a and 4, Linen Threads, best spool Cotton 1 u reads, white aud colored. Gum Caps of finest quality, itubbcr Combo, Shoe Laces, liooks and Eyea. Lards, Paper, Euvelopcs, reucils. Ac. W . A A. HAVANA CIGAR3-S0.000 Ci cars of the choicest brands, such as pure im puncd tiavanas, . 1. and G. P. II. Punches, V co sters. Major Audcrsous, V oluutcers, Loug Johns, Iiora temple, Zouaves, Ac, ic, very luvt lor can. VV OOila A A.N JLIiU. & MEDICINAL LIQUORS-We have in store some of the finest imported French German Brandies aud V ines. Old Bourbon aud Kye Vi hiakeys. Light V uies Ac, mat cau be louud any markets, try ui tin- vv uu us s. aj vat. i o. "ORUSilES We liavo everything 3 m the line, K. C. smith s extra Paint Brushes, Oc Cu s. V'urnisn do. of all sizes. Sash Tools, Artists Brushes, Stripers, Camel tlair Pencils by the or gross, 3eruu urusncs, cuoeuo, iu eiiuivss va riety. OOUi A-NUltE VV S. Stearine and Tallow J Candles at lowest cash rates, also Star Can Ws. V. A. WHITE LEAD All tho best brands kept constantly on hand at manu facturers' prices for cash. V. A IN SEED OIL 10 Ebls. G. C. 1 Griswold. 10 do refined Ciiuon. 20 do best Xoiiucrs, a do sperm at very low liures tor caah. VV UtllS t A- 11 S. TARC1I 20 lioxes pure Pearl Starch by the box or pound at W. A A. SOAPS 20 Coxes German EiasivC Soap, 25 do Common Hosin Soap by W. dc A. r U 1 men TUliP EN TIN E A n d its suL-sti-tuta, Bcnzoli, by the bbl or gallon at W. oi A. COLORS IN OIL Pure Clirou.e J and Paris Greens. Chrome Yellow, Burnt and Sienna. Burnt and Ivaw Lmbtr. V unciian ited. do, by SUNDRIES rosin, Chalk, Eed Lead, Venetian Red, Whitinc, Yellow Ochre, luppcras e, by W. fc A. YE STUFFS Loffwood, Nic wood. Fustio. Madder. Alum c, by the bbl, pound. iuuDo n A-DKi,U 3. y LASS WAKE Pliysicians and Druri.-if ts' Class Ware of all kinds. Bottles ViaU ol all sizes and kind, by tho box or sin gle dozen. W. d A. INDOW GLASS Wm. 31c Cullcy & Co's Window Glass of all sizes low W. 4t A. rpUBS and PAILS By the Gross, dozen or sinsle ono at W. t A. er or Jayne's Eipeciorant, or Hall's Balsanffor tho r Couyn Kemedy, or Dr. Mur- COUGII .MEDICINES Don't nor.-, lect your Coushs and Colds, but call in and get s Bronchial Troches, or Cary's Coush Cure, Aycr s Cherry Pectoral, or Jackson's Cough Syr- Cough tyrup, or Dr. Down s Elixir, or btaf- 9 vum aut, or mils Aiaisam ot Honey, Di byrup Liver Wort and Tar, Mitchcll'sSyr Ipecac etc etc, WOODS t ANDREWS G MIUL.S All tho standard Pills of the day by the cross, doz. or single boi. W. & A. TOOTII FORCEPS Physicians and Dentists will Snd a good variety at VV. A'a. SUPPORTERS and TRUSSES-Dr. S. S. Fitche's Female Supporters with an end less variety of Trusses of all kinds found at W.fcA'a. PLASTERS Call at onr Store and ret a good Plaster and enre np "thnt lame .. v A.,UA. 'I ELAVOHING EXTRACTS Ex tract Lemon, Orange. Strawberry, Pine Apple. etc., by the dos. or single bottle. W. A. AMPS Carbon Oil Lamps, Cliim- nios, ana 11 lcits, a Jlcndid assortment found Is OODS "St AXDULWS. O Y7E ' mild Fob. A. 1 12333 day of apply Wall vour 01 tne Vienna, T your T A1S TED 5,555,555 Men, men and Children to examine onr tock. at onee however. W. A. Wo- 4 vmnt Veb. 1861. ' 1861. NEW .YORK STORE FIPTE.E.NTH OPENING OF NEW GOODS. THE Subscribers aro this Spring prepared to exhibit a large and choice stock of Goods, embracing unusual attractions of stylo and quality. Bciidcs having been bought at PANIC PRICES, we have concluded it in better to sell them without inneli profit than to keep them. H e therefore say to all, the goods will mil, and the prices surprise you we want the money to help sustain this good Gov ernment and pot down treason. All kinds of pro duce taken as usual, anj ehceso in quantity when cured. PAKKS & "WENTZ Warren, May Hth. "CI BEAUTIFUL DKES3 GOODS, SILK POPLIXS. SILK GRF.XADIXES, MOZAMBIQUE.. BAREGE AXGLATS CHKNE PAIL DE CHEVBES. PRIXTED ORGAXDIES. PRINTED JACONETS, CHEN E GINGHAMS, CUALLYS. Ac, Ac. XEW TORK STORE. SPRING CLOAKS and DUSTERS LACE MAXTILLAS. Sxi?? 1U-LACJi ARABS, BKOCHE A.VD CA6HMEKE BHAWLs' CLOAKAlJLsTEltGOots-ivi,. EVV iOKblsiOili RICn DRESS SILKS, SMALL FIGURED SILKS SMALL CHECKED ILKS SEMMER .SILKS A FOULARDS, Black bilks lower then ever. SEW TORK STORE. BONNETS AND SHAKERS, FLOWERS, RL'CHES, .tc. ' SEW TORK STORE. T?RENCI1 AND ENGLISH A v?v 9f?I-SP!3 ENGLISH D0E5KIX. - , CAssIMtRES. for men and boys' wear. In vv oolen Goods we challenge competition. SEW YORK STORE. R EADY MADE CLOTHI FG. A lanre stock, includin? all nnitlir; nt T.;.n Coats and Sacks for sale cheap at the SEW YORK STORE. 20,000 worth 124 YARDS Bleached and Brown Shirtings 6i cents SEW YORK STORE. 20,000 YARDS Fast Color Prints &4 cents worth 12H SEW YORK STORE. f1AKPETIN0. AH prades from a J ahillinv ntrine. to Roval Wilton. We keen the largest stock in the county, and sell the cheapest. SEW YORK. STORE. TEAYELING In great variety. DRESS GOODS. SEW YORK STORE. TXU BROIDERIES, LACES, TRIM 1V VIVOS. RIBBONS. Also French Artificials and Bridal Wreaths of f5??.i"S,h"CTf.T,t. S1 KELETON SKIRTS. Eradly's "TIP T0P"-.V) Hoops. AIo Skirt Supporters. SEW YORK STUi'-E. EMBROIDERED Lace ar.d Muslin CURTAINS. Rich Gilt Shades for SI. TLACK SILKS Bischoff" & Bonnai " the best in nso. NEW YORK STORE. 10TTON nOSE HANDKERCHIEF: AXD LINEN f?i cents. NEW YORK STORE. I7RENCII CHINTZ MINTS. Also Merrimac and Coeheeo. i,vi iotui. fciuitti. FASHIONABLE II ATS Broad . way Style also Soft .Ilats and Fur Caps for and boys. .M.U luna iiuitt. BOOTS & SnOES are cheaper, and for the cheapest go to the NEW TORK STORE. IL CLOTHS For Floors, Stairs ATablcs all the width". SEW YORK STORE. BROWN SHEETINGS. 6 cents. Jv-EW YORK STORE. PAPER HANGINGS, LOOKING GLASSES. SHADES. KEW YORK STORE. pROCKERYAND GLASSWARE. At holosalo and Retail 25 per cent cheap, than elsewhere. SEW YORK 6T0RE. . at , in i I : i I OLD BANDED CniNA TEA SETS. EW YORE STORE. UMBRELLAS AND TRVELING BAGS. XEW YORK STORE. GARS AND SYRUPS. Vi hole- sale and Retail a little below competition AaDie syrup. j.w Xi)liK bTORE. GOOD SUGAR MILLS, for Grind- "EW YORK STORE. has ilies Can, Late Wade Cheese Wanted. will Pay Iho highest market Price in OuA for any amount late m.ido soft Choeso. 5, '62-tt ilcCOMBS A SAIITHS. ATOTICE. Notice is hereby iyn that land warrant Xo. for 80 acres of land issued to me on the 20th in from 5i7c, kinds to found as salo, aou ment Nov. 18oa, has been lost, and that I intend to ' r u to the Commissioner of Pensions for a reisue r tk ...v... by Paper and Borders. Please call ?oon and make ' Snrinff Relation. W f A, W r rjnD'rrT, i "--.' S.lVaiA, iosi warrant 1. 1 -MitlA itc tCHINS. Trumbull CoM Ofyo, Feb. 5, lSclgNiw TT7"ALL PAPER Now opening at Porter's Bookstore, a large and choice lot of Spring selections. rjKJSTIAN IIYMNS Just je'd ; TT 28, 1862 W. N. & W. F. PORTER. T ' brought STEAIYl CARRIAGE FACTORY. SOUTH OF CANAL, Warren, Ohio. Having lately extonded and improv cd my establi.sbnient by cnlarrinsr my already extensive buildine. as well as erecting new ones, in trwlnciiis a steam engine, with all kinds of machinery adapted to the business, by which a rreat savin of material, time and labor are eflei-ted, hereby atiording tacitiuc for manutiactui-mic and set'inira BET TER article for the same or LEsS money than cau be aUordcd without sucb advantages, and employing an im-rcased number ol the verv hesl wnrltinHn in th eoiiiitrv mgnv nf whom are direet from the east- Cm cities, I am now prepared to make and turn otf A BLGG K PEH DAY. At my Repositories may " found at all times the best assortment of tinihcd work in the couulry: all of which is warranted ia every respect, and fur quality, workmanship, durability and finish, is not io be surpassed in that country, o by eastern manufacturers. Among my stock of finished work may be found CLOSE COAC HES, of various styles and prices, BAROUCHES. CHARIOTEER. BUGGIES, a larjre variety, eeBsiatmt KOCKAWAYri, a variety of L2and3seats, TROTTING, CARRIAGES, a variety of 2 and 3 scats . DROP FROT, ' ! fn.t.lUJS. 1 and Zseats, tops standing and falling:, DE.M'XKATIU WAUViS, JEXXY LI.VDS. K.NOW XOTHISGS. LAKKt.tiita.nve patterns slide scats, OAZELLJi, - SULKIES. TIPTON. - i BOX BUGGIES, ete., ere. Also. LUMBER WAGON'S, best article, for one and two horses. My present facilities enable me to tar nish to order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SHORTEST NOTICE. Persona wishinf anything in my line of business, are requested to call and see for themselves. t tspeciai attention to custom vv ork and Kepainns. Paintinit and Trimmm? done on short notice, ami in styles to suit tbo most fastidious. Warren, April 15, IsJd. H. C. BELDENi GR51PENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES. Arc prepared under the immediate supervision of a skillful Physician, and they may be relied upon in all eases. The intelligence of the community is not insulted by the oiler of a single medicine which claims to cure all DI3E.13E3, Uwt the Grtcfenberg Remedies consists of eleven different medicines, all unequalled in the cure of the diseases for which they are recom mended, amour whic h may be selected one appro priate to any of the diseases incident to this country and climate. i-THE GR.EFESBERG VEGETABLE PILLS are better than any other kind of Pills in the world Price "J5 cents. j-GR.E I ENBERO UTERINE CATHOLICON is an infallible remedy for all Female diseases Price 1. " . 4U-THE UTERINE CATHOLICON will also core Gravel, diseases of tho Kidneys, urinary diffi culties in mules. -THE GR.EFENBERO SARSAPARILLA is by lar the most powerful and emcaeious compound in use Price $1. a-TUEGREFENBERG DYSENTERY SYR UP is a certain aud quL-k remedy for all diseases ot the bowels Price 5"i cent", -THE GR-EFEXBERG PILE REMEDY nev er fails to permanently relievo this distressing dis ease Price SI. -THE GR.F.FENBERG CHILDREN'S PAN ACEA is an invaluable compound ia all diseases in cident to children. a-THE GRJIFENBERG FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY is a sovereign specific for this particular disease Price 50 cents. i-THE GR.EFE.NBERG GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT excels all other salves in its curative etl'ects Price 25 cents. i?-THE GR-EFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM atfords the most astonishing relief in all pnl monary complaints Price $3 a bottle 4-ff-An emi nent Physician of New York, states that he has iuown the Gra'fenberg Consumptive's Balm used wi:b great success in Dropsy. Our awn experience substantiates his statement. -IHE GR-EFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS are the most pleasant and delightful tonic ever pre pared Price '23 cents. -THE GR-iFENBERG EYE LOTION is un paralleled in all inilammation or diseases of the eye Price ' cents. nOHE TESTIXOXT. Mr. n. B. Kixcslet Dear Sin We feel it a dn tv we owe to the public, to state that Marshall's Ga tholicon is a medicine invaluable for complaints classed under the head of Female Diseases. W e have used your Gnefenberg Medicine and have been greatly benefited thereby, so much so, that were the price double we would have them. To the thou sand ot our sex woo are suttcrimr Irons weaanesses, we would recommend the Catholicon as a sure pan acea. It gives strength to the system and enables each of the oreuns of the body to perform their ap propriate functions. Mrs. W. CARTER. Mrs. E. E. WEEKS, Miss C. SW0RMSTEIT. Medina, March 1. IS61. ?"The above named Ladies we are lorsonally acquainted with, and know that for several years while we lived in Medina, thev were ereat sunerers. Miss S. has been so badly afflicted that it was with ditheultv she was able to stand unon her feet. few bottles of Catholicon entirely cured her of her complaints. Jty wito eeeived great benefit Irom tins medicine. VV reermmend it to the Ladies iibconnlyBsa safe aond cdittrnt remedy lor ta many complaints tue' re subject to. JulIV WEEKS. ' Editor Canfield Herald. Feb. 19. 1361. H. B. KINGSLEY. Cleveland. Cabinet Ware and Chairs. NEW FIRM and NEW GOOD'S. A. TSCESDELL. O. T. TOWXSEXD. TBI ESDELL TOW5SIXD. (At the well-known stand of A. TrucsdelL) AVE entered into a partnership for the manufacture nnd salo of CABINET r LltMTLRE and CHAIRS in all their various va rieties, aud have new on hand and are receiving larire assortment, consisting in part, of Pctas. TeteaTctcs, Mahogany Rockers, i.asy Cnairs, Snrinz Seat Chairs. Cane Scat Chairs, a great variety, sou seat Cottaee 1 ich ; Bedsteads. Extension Tables, Centre Card liininir Breakfast Kitchen Writing Common Trundle Vrencl What-Nots. Bureaus. Book-Cases. Desks. Wash Stands, Picture-Frames, Cribs, Cralles. etc In short, everything usually kept or called for at afur suture establishment. Will be found or mannfactur ed at satisfactory nriccs. Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and Furniture carefully packed and delivered at Cars or Boat. COFFIN'S A large assortment always on band, and made to order at all times. A Hearse furnished When re quired. V are Rooms on Main SU near R. K. De pot May 18, UM. BLOCKADE RUN ! ILL QUET 0 THE POTOJIAl Commissary Department in Good Condition! GROOEHY iPRpyjSlON STORE. Xo. 23. Xarket SU, Warren, Ohio. One Door East of Freeman, Hunt t Co-'s Banking iiouac M. A. PATMOR, RESPECTFULLY announces to his former customers in Warren and vicinity, tiiat he has opened a Grocery and Provision Store the above stand where he is prepared to sell as cheap, if not a little cheaper, than any other iStore town, and in any quantities to suit customers, his stock consists in part of A. B. A C. CoU'ee Suirar, pulvorizcd and brown do.. Golden Syrup of the best quality, Molasses, Java and Rio Cott'ee, Teas of all Kinus, Kaifius, f runes, i iks, currants, Kiee, i'ep- per, Alspiee, liuttcr, feoua, and r lento Crackers, Candles, Tobacco, Segars. Lard, Pork, Hams, Dried licet. Cod tub, ! bite lisn, .No. 1 jaaekorol, Candy wnolesalc and retail. PLOU1T. Harvey's Superior and City 5fill. Cleveland and other choice brand., by the back. Barrel or Load, Buckwheat flour. Corn meal, etc., etc., et., can't be undersold, no use taming. JUS EATIXO SALOOX S S. been newly fitted up, where Oysters and other refreshments will be served un in aood stvle. Fam and County trado fxrnished by the Can or half always iresn, drop m ana see. Dec it, bi. I10 ROY'S NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC AND AMBROTYPE ROOMS, RIVER BLOCK. Over E. E. Hoyt A Co's Store. Aro now in successful operation, where he is propared to do all kinds of work tbe different styles ot art. rnotograpns taken the smalktto th,o largest site. Especial at tention eiven to the copyinj and enlarsrine to any OLD D.-UrCfciiKr.ui lffca and A juc no TV PES. Ambrotypcs of all sites taken, and in ail of weather. Jily lieht is such as to enable me take the pictures ot children ot almost any ae. Patronage of the public solicited. Charges lor work reasonable. Deo. 136. '60-tf F. L. LoROY. WESTERN RESERVE Carriage Factory. THE Proprietor desires to inform his friends and patrons, that he may now be on Liberty street, south of the Bank, where, formerly, he is mamifaWiirinir in nrrtn . ...1 x Carriages and Bueies of every description; wm rouManuy aeop on nana a rood assort' of the most approved styles, which for mate- 1 n """manship and elegance of fin- surpassed in this section of Ohio. .unuu. m i..uiLit.- ui ui aiuu, win an well' givinr me a call, as they can scarcely fail in be 10? suited either in style, quality, terms or price. Painting and Trimminr done in a superior man ner, and at prieea that will give satisfaction. Cmh Wilt hi, nsiil knrl trnstA nriM fitr iK.llMl flf kinds second growth carriage lumber. V'.P.A A'K1 V k' WTSTT.T. wtvu,rtKl " OSTIIOLM'S POCKET Knives, T the lanrst and beet assortment to this part of the State, now All at where than shall and Aug. A trout on ber, failing of and of W For FOR . . V Jn. Tbo sale, expense, : earnest, almost tire moral nished Wm. ieb.a, S. W. PARK, SUCCESSOR TO i- 0. H. PATCH & CO, : IS NW OFFEELNG H13 ! Immense Stools. CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR FOR PRICES CASH!:: REGARDLESS 0E COSTt' The Goods are here must be sold and -tbe '?oo pie must buy 'em at prices to Suit The Tines ! ' OUR SPRING AND SUMMER Stock is now on hand and beinr opened. em prisinj in extent, variety and quality of Goods, a COMPLETENESS . ,,' nneqnalled by any other establishment th the west, and the prices ransjinr a little above the vast Job bing Houses of Sew York and Bntn: In connection with our former Carriage Trade we have recently added . CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprisinf . i . V.iVs HLBS. FKLLOES, oPOKEd. BA.ND3. BoLTd, ' and everythine of bcstStnfrtotretherwith allthmn needtul to build ait styles ot Carriage from wheelbarrow up While speaking of Carriage Hardware we would further mention to CARRIAGE BUILDERS the fact that at our - . AEW ROOMS on MARKET STREET, opposite Court House, wo have some EXTRA AXLES ' not heretofore kept in this market, such aa SMITH'S CASE U'SE. IVES' - - M iOilLIXSOX'S SWEI which are regarded by all Eastern Manufacturers as being superior to anything in use. S. YV. PARS WILL JOB IROy WILL JOB AXLES. WILL JOB SPRLNtiS. WILL JOB BROADCLOTH. " V ILL JOB DAJIASKS. 8. W. PARK ...-. WILL RETAIL HARNESS. WILL RETAIL COLHRts WILL RETAIL VHIP4' JULLRETAILIVORY AlXGS WILL RETAIL SADDLED . S. W. PARK DEALS I OIL CLOTH. DEALS IX OIL E" A.MEL CLOTH DEALS I.V DOOR MATS. vl'"-lu-DEALS I.V TRO'KS, DEALS LX CARPET BAGS. $. W. PARK M PAT. ELLED COLLAR, eta. 1 J MArFAcrrREsrrsE harxess WAMFACTURES DRAFT DO. MAX U FACT L' K ES BRIDLE.-. MANUFACTURES HALTER'. MANUFACTURES SIRaliliLES. S W, PARK REPAIRS HAMES. , REPAIRS SADDLES, REPAIRS TRUNKS, REPAIRS CUSHIoifS. REPAXRS WHIPS. - S. W. PARK WouH call the atrention of : ' ' CARRIAGE MAKERS ,; tOKIS ' LARGE STOCK OF WELL SELECTED Bboadcioths, Damask, Es t Muslis, " pRILL, " Dicg. Red Plcsh, Gbeex so. Silk Lack, LextStics, Whip Sockets, as ASH AtODS, , A Ixdia Rcscia Cloths, Flock Buck, I. Morntco, " ' Mou Skis, Dash Lkatiiib, 'l En'l do. , , Bo.vg no. CctTAnr Lights, ' Carkiaoe Ksoaa, Top Paors, . ; . 1 Sil. Joists. BrcEXAV. etc, etc. All of which we keep constantly on hand ia e uan ti tles to suit any purchaser and at prices DEFVI.VO COMPETITlOX. -- In eoncli aim allow ns to add thef i,. . w. aiogua uiir;ea om a small portion 01 out Extensive Stock all times on exhibition at onr AEW boohs, : : where we are selling at LOWES SATES . than ever for Cash, tn n;t ,. j shall be happy to receive our OLD CUSTOMERS uako now ones, at ; . . HABKET STREET. opposite Court House. S.W. PARK, (succiisoa to A a. atch &, co.) Aug. 23. 1861. For Sale or lSeut. small IIouso and Lot at the cen-' tre of Johnston, in this eountv. Thern in room, a kitchen, two bed rooms and a buttery the first floor, and two good rooms ia the eham- all well done off, a good cellar, and a never failing well of water. There is about i of an acre - land, a very convenient house for a small family, will be sold cheap. If not sold by the fir?t day April next, it will be for rent. Enquire of the subscriber. ALMO.V P. WEBB. W arren, Jan. 2, 1362. Flour, Corn, Cement. Salt. Linif. Plaster, Sale at Rail Road Depot, in Warren. . Feb. a. 18CWw" Refined Meca Oil & Canlield Coal Oil FOR SALK to dealers at manuiac-r turers prices, at the Hardware Headquarters, L'lUDt'V Diri'lDt) . . arren, u. " ' Jn. 3. til ' Western Reserve Seniinary,. J-ARJUXGTON, OUIO. Tbo Spring Term will commenco v 1. ia TKnj who desire to study amid but cheerful, surronndin, and at a moderate . expense, will nore wiimm"" - - ; -.m. ; well attended, and an earnest, working-spirit is displayed by the students. , without exception. There seems to be en- . freedom from influence tending y eormpiwa charaoter. tam mini raVvTE.i H 1 as heretofore. Addle- the PrincnaJ, Rev. D. Archboid, or lOBBJiE. ieb.a, lset-rw -