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GIVING THE MITTEN.
: 'She Wvebim the mitten, the villagers ttii, ,Andthattney.allegl was the reason by Ray Allis went as a private last sprint, - lo fight for suppression of treason. Whether iroasip spalre idly or wisely, Iwai true That bis glances rrew calmer and colder, And smiles nevermore to his lips came again Sinee the day he enlisted a soldier. And J one Dashaway hat mid -he the while T ShBuaitea, but she trembled all over, J to Pie roses to flowery snow " "ey spoke of her wandering lover. listened, pressing brr bodice tight over her heart, M r hen the wire thrilled the mm battle story. Vf Lexington lout, of its heroes laid low. Meeting death on the red field of glory. Then winter eame on, aad pityinr hearts Told of soldiers wan. wear", frost-bitten; -And June stois away to her g randmoiher's side Is ask "Couldn't I knit a luittcn?" Bay Allii is coming on sick soldier's leave How quickly the brtrht needles quiver! "I'll soon have them done, and one man the less Un guard shall not tremble and shiver. - fULmi?rt, ?J knw thislert, turning traitor Takes back all those hasty words snoken- I said I would never be bis if be went I mast keep the rash promise unbroken. "I'ii take them to him, to sec if they fit, . yj. it needs be. some stitches to alter. And it he is better and happy at heart, i know that my speech will not laker. . Ent if he should be vcrv sorrv, or rick. Or look very weary and lonel eta-, am I quite sure I ran meet him again T Courage, J une, for a brief moment only. . fyon." "Friend Ray. will you try them? I knit them for A smile lit his tare sad aud sober. While holding his hand liirhtly over her own. Toe kneeling ionn trembled all over. ."This fife! very well, the other please try. To make them both right I'll endeavor." lie threw bark bis clunk "June Daphaway, dear. One mitten henceforth and forever 1" And now couldn't I such a sweet storv tell ? How the girl, with her eyes softly sinning. Crept closer beside the arm lonely tor aye. Around it her slight nnsers twining. And murmured some words in a womaiiisli wav. Something all about soldiers and glory. And then that the mmcn misiit not want a hand, one gave him her own. That's the story. A Down East Juryman. Ethan Spike contributes to the Port land Transcript a sketch of his experience as a Juryman. 1 he first cases he was called to try were capital ones the crimi nals being a German and colored man ro lespectively. "Hev you formed any opinion for or agin the prisoners ?" sai4 the Judge. "Xot particular agin the Jarmin," says I, "But hate'nizsers as a ceneral prin ciple, and shall go for hanging this one, whether he iilled Air. Cooper or not" eays I. "Do you know the nature of an oath'?" the clerk axed me. "I orter." savs L "I've used enouah of em. 1 begun to 6wear when I was abdut "That'll do," says the e'erk. "You kin go hum," says he, "you won't be want ed in this case," says the clerk, says he. "What ?" says I, "ain't I to try this nig ger at all? "Xo," says the clerk. "But lm a Jewryman," says I, "and you can't hang that nigger onless I've sot on him, says L "Pass on," says the clerk, speaking rather cross. "But," says I, "you mister, you don't mean as you say ; I'm a reg'lar Jewryman, you know : drawn out of a box by the see lick men," says I. "I've oilers had a hankering to hang a nigger, and now, when a merciful dispensatory seems to have one provided for me, you say I shan't sit on him I Ar this your free institutions? Is this the nineteenth ccntry ? Is this your boasted" Herr somebody hollered "Silence in Court" "The Court" I dii't have time to fin ish the remark fore a couple of counsta " Lies Lad holt of me, and in the twinkling of a bed-ost I was hustled down stairs iu ta the street , '-Xaow, Mr. Editor, let me ask what are we coniin' to, when Jewrymen, kin be toss ed about in this way? Talk about Cau- cers. Mormons, Spiritualism and Panics wnuT are they ia comparison? Here s a principle upeot As an icdividuL perhaps, . I'm no great account ; t'an't fur me to eay; but when as an enlightened Jewry, I was tuk and carried down stairs by profane nands, jest fer asserting my right to sit on a nigger why it seems to me the pillows . ot society were shocked, that in my sacred person the whole State itself was, figger tively sjeaking, kicked daown stairs! If thar's law in the land I'll have this brought under a writ of habeus Corpus or icksey Dicksit" ! ' 1 I Saying and Doing. Aunt Dorothy a colored lady, had a won derful fondness for singing in meetings of the colored people, and especially in mis sionary meetings. Then her voice would be heard above all the rest, screaming out - "From Greenland's icy mountings." or some other equally moving hymn. But when the plates came round for the collec tion. Aunt Dorothy always 'Bang louder, and still louder, with her eyes fixed on the wall, so that she never saw the collector till he had passed her seat One night she was thus rapt in eostacy, singing at the top of her voice and gazing at at the ceiling. "fly abroad, thou mighty GospeL" when Jack Bones came along with the plate, and touching the woman with his left hanp said ' Look a,-here, aunty, you needn't keep on singing Fly abroad, thy mighty: Gospel," 'less j on gib something to make it fly. A Satisfactory Apology. John G. Saxe, in making a speech at a Sag raising at Albany.concluded his remarks by proposing three cheers for the young gentlemen of East Albany, through whose liberality the flag had been procured. As the cheers were about to be given, the chair man of the occasion amended the proposi tion of Mr. Saxe, so that the cheers went up for the young ladies as well as the young gentlemen of East Albany. When the voice, of the cheers became silent Saxe arose and gave as an explanation an4 apol ogy for omitting to speak of the young la dZs in his original proposition for cheers, that he thought the young gentlemen always embraced the young ladies ! One evening last week a lady went out to make a "calL" After ringing the bell Biddy came to the door, and the following ensued: "Is Mrs. at home?" "No, mem; she's gone to the circus," "To the circus! (gteatly surprised,) what circus has has she gone to?" "To the sewing circus, mem." An exceedingly tall gentleman was walk iog with a rery small friend in the midst of a he ivy shower, when the latter observed: liitr ifttcg his eLoulders still higher, answer ' I don't know how it may be with you ed. , &u( n s raining awiuiiy up here ! f.i. - - -i. . Why will this year be like the one pre ceding the Ust? Iiecau3c the latter was eighteen hundred anl sixty, and this is eighteen hundred and sixty two. A Western paper says: Our account of the thunder storm list week contained a slight error - i s'cad of ha 1 stones as large xi pullets, read bullets. The famous Wm. Tenn had i scapegrace relation, whom his punning coiemrorari.s described as a rea that had been often cut, sever mended. Advice for the guidance of hens daring the winter Lay still Corn after Buckwheat. . L. IlolJen describes in the Country Gentlmtan, the results of two years when he planted corn after buckwheat, and calls odod bis brother farmers for a solution f the difficulties encountered. He says: I tilantml a nip nf vm .sot- mn - I pianieaa piece W COrn lasCspriDg on laDd part Of Which had buckwheat the year before: the remainder sward land that had been mowed but one year; and all uiniu cute is teirij as POSflOie. A fair COat Of manure was nlowajl nnrlor f Trnn slight dressing spread on top and harrow ed in. The corn was all planted at the same time the row3 running both ways, but planted across both parU. The result was, where the buckwheat was raised the corn was much smaller than on the sward land, not only in the groweth of stalk but in the size and number of ears. In fact ' i? i . . . - r there were a great many hills on the bock wheat ground that never set an ear. while all on the sward part was well eired and well filled Isow what caused this very great difference? The ground was all alike, a sandy loam, and was all seeded with clover and timothy with oats, two years before, and that part that had the buckwheat was not mowed at all but grass turned under Delore sowing the buckwheat This was the seconed time that I have planted corn after buckwheat, and the re sult the same both times. 1 would like to understand he true rea son. Brother farm ers please give us your experience in this matter. ' Fresh Maple Molasses. A correspondent of the Field Note gives the following: Maple Molasses well made and put up in cans right from the kettles, and hermetically sealed, as you would can and seal fruits, will keep as fresh as when first boiled from the sap, and this is decidedly tho best plan for keeping, as when made in cakes, if exposed to the air. it will lose somewhat of the peculialy delightful flavor for which it is so prized. and is often injured by insects. All this is obviated by canning while hot To ma ny families who do not make it on a large scale, this need be but little expense, as the cans that have been emptied through winter can be used until autumn fruits demand them again. Put up your best in this way. Where large quantities are made for market, the buyers must select and can for themselves. Great Wool Sale. At the great wool sale held at Provi dence, Rhode Island, March 12, the attend ance of dealers from New York, Philadel phia. Boston, &c &C., and manufacturers. was large. The prices realized were 2(a 2J per cent lower than the average of sales in market namely: Ohio XX, 5051 J ; Ohio X, 4S(a50 ; Ohio Ne. 1, 49(50l; Uhio ao. 4, 43(0,484 ; Uhio Ko. 3. 46 Ohio No. 4. 441; N. Y. State Extra, 4545J ; N. Y. State No. 1, 44 ; N. Y. No. 2, 43 ; N. Y. common, 40. Measles. A Mr. Swift of Detroit a "cntleman whose statements the Advertis er says can be implicity relied upon, fur liiibes that paper with the following : As there is a great deal of the measles among children through the country. 1 wish to make known a plan thatwill speedily cure and keep the disease on the surface of the skin until it turns, and will bring it out when it has turned in, or struck i. Though simple, it is sure : Take a pint of oats and put them into a tight vessel ; pour on boiling water, and let it stand a short time ; then give it to the sick person to drink. It must be pretty warm. In fifteen minutes you will see a change for the better. Dipfhebia. We notice this insidious disease is becoming quite prevalent ia some parts of the country. It is a malady that if not arrested at its very outset is almost certain to prove fatal. As soon as the first symptoms appear a physician should be instantly summoned. Meantime, until the doctor arrives temporary relief can be afforded by gargling the throat every ten minutes with a strong decoction of com mon salt and water. Make it as strong as the patient can endure it without strang ling, say a teaspoonful salt to two table spoonsful of water. In many instances this simple remedy has been known to en tirely check the disease without the aid f any further prescription. Zcientijic American- Southern Illinois will doubtless plant quite a cotton crop this spring. Agents have been sent into Tennessee to obtain the seed of upland cotton, which will better an swer the purpose of the cotton planters of the West Much disappointment is felt in certain quarters at the apparent disposi tion of the Senate to postpone action upon Senator Foster's bill to facilitate the culti vation of cotton along the seacoast in pos session of the United States troops. Un less the bill is passed this week it will be of no benefit for the present year, and by another year a different state of things may exist V. What Makes a Fajc Valuable. Farming is intended to be as much for money as any other business; but it ap pears that many persons who contemplate entering upon it do not take the same questions into consideration. In order that farming should afford anything beyond a mere living, it must be ascertained wheth er the produce raised will have a market and next, whether the soil is adapted to raise those articles which will afford the profit In fact everything depends upon this. If we look for the wealthiest farm ers in the Union, we will always find tbem near the large markets. it is an old story, to be sure, but a true one. that ninety farmers of every one hun dred are overworked, and consequently ninety farms out of every one hundred are not thoroughly cultivated That is to say a certain amount of capital lies idle and unused from year to yar, because the wise proprietor wants to " save" it He has a talent He will not waste it He buries it Better turn it up with a good Subsoil plow, and the rain - and the wind and the sun will double it for him. Aboct Sheep. The New England Far mer has a report of a discussion on sheep.. One of the speakers says he keeps a daily journal, and knows from his own figures that sheep are easier kept than anything else that brings the. same income. By care ful weights and measures of the feed used, he knows that ten sheep can be kept as ea sy as one cow. He advises keeping a small fl K-k, not of expensive breeds. Poor farmers are almost sure to loose if they try keeping fioe blooded stock. Wool is now higher than it has been f jr forty-one yoear. This is owing to the large demand far army goods and to the advanced prices of cotton. It will not soon fall so low again as it has been of late years. It is stated, that on an average, it takes 14 quirts of milk to make a pound of but. ter. I of ' - ATTENTION. ATTAliXiZOX. HEADQUARTERS, ) Hiveb Block. Ditto Stork. W arren, U ISov. 13, HiLJ I Y' E the undersigned take pleasure ' . . announcing to the cititens of Warren, and vicinity, the fresh arrival of our new stock ot TU Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs. Dye v&E&i&JSLSm&Z ..r mem lo can ana examine. liOTT at STRATTOS. No. 5, Main Street, Warren, 0. Burnett's Bocaine for the Hair Mrs. Allen's Dressing do Circassian Oil do Thcopberas do Lyon's Katbarion do Sanford's Dressing do Prof. Woods' Restorative do Mitchell's Handkerchief Extract, Bazin's do do Harrison's Toilet Soaps. Bazin's do do Colgate do Brown Windsor lienuine Yankee do do do Painters' Diamond Cement. Spauldings' Ulue A Confect'ns, Christadoros' llair Dye, B&tchelors do do Matthews' do do Harrisons' do do Jayncs' do do 1(10 ox Sulph. Quinine, 10 ot do Morphine, Merrills' Eclectic Preparations, Keiths' do do Tilden's Fluid Extracts. Pure Iod. Potass a, do Nitrate Silver, 5 ami ins' Wiztard Oil, enzine for Erasing Grease, Pure Medical Liquors, Syrup Iod. Iron. Chloriform, Glycerine, Pure Olive Oil. Silver Glass Starch, Pure Pearl Starch. Bird Cages. Cod Liver Oil, Carbon Oil and Lamps, Lanterns. Mott's Pillls. Moffat's Pills. Boback's Pills, Grjeffburg Pilll, Morse l Pills, ilollowsy's Pills. Souie't Pills. ITooper's Pills, Clarke's Pills. Price's Pills, Cheesman't Pills, Motts Iron PUls. Wright's Pills. Strong's Ague Pills, Ayer's Pills. UcLane's Pills. Bennett's Pills, Uibbard's Pills, Bandreth Pills. Spaulding's Pills. Jajne's Pills. Seller's Vermifuge, . McLane'i do Jayne's do Kahnestock's Vennifuje, Van Ducsen's Worm Confec'ns Mathews' do do Holloway's do oo Putty, McCulIy't Window Glass, Croton do Uo Sand Paper, Burning Fluid, Alchohol, Druggists' Furniture, Trasses, 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 Ked do do Yellow Ochre. do do Red Lead, do Solution Tin, Dye Stuffs. Nitric and Muratic Acid. Sulphuric and Acetic Acid. . Aqua Ammonia ub. Sweet Spirits Nitre, Sulphuric Ether, Turpentine. Benzole or Naptha, a substitute for Turpentine, Japan Varnish, No. 1 Furniture Varnish. No. 1 Coach Varnish. While Demar Varnish. Asphaltum Varnish, Pearl snow white Lead in Oils, Baltio - " " 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, Pure Linseed Oil. Castor Oil. Sweet Oil, Keats Foot Oil, Mecca Refined Oil, Mecca Lubricating Oil. Tallow Candles. Sterino Sperm " " Star Pure Saleratus, Pure Cream Tartar. Pure Sub Crab So Pa. Kl Nutmegs, Mace, Citron, anteCurranU Cassia. Cloves. Span'slilndigo E. G. B 0 0 T H, WOULD most rcspestfully an Bounce to the citizens of Warren and ri Ill 1 1 , 111 1.1 III.IU , UU .1. V ll V. 1 , , tng the Alecca Oil tlegion ) in general, tnat ne nas opened a large and carefully selected stock ot CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c. IN THE NEW BUIDDING, On the corner of Main and Franklin Streets, WARRES. OlllO. Which are offered at the lowest kind of prices, either at wholesale or retail. Among my stock may be found OLD JAVA. LCGCIRA, AXD RIO COFFEE. Ground and Unground. Pw anil Refined Sur&r of all kinds. Molasses. Uoney. Syrup. Ac Green and Black Teas including The Best Tea In Town. SPrCKS of all kinds. Ground and Unimmnd. Starch, Candles, Common and Fancy Soap. RAI SINS by the Bos. 14 Box, Box. and single pound. Currants, Figs, Dates, Fancy Candies ; all kinds of Nuts: Catsup. Pickles, Broma, Yeast Powders. LORD WARD'S CELEBRATED WORCESTER SHIRE SAUCE. Also. Soda, half bbL and single pound, the best (me Cut unewing lobacco in town, by the lb. or bbl. Also, Smoking Tobacco by the or bbl. lb. Various kinds of CIGARS, among which may be lound tne Common Half Spanish, Long Johns, Star Sf the West Zouave, U.nrv Plair Kthan Allen. Little Giant Victorias. Ac-, Ac Imn.a m T.innAMfnav ttA fnnnil lflf) hhls. of Whiskey, includingUieceleoratea .Mountain new "Pik.-. Mrnnli' Trih. .Scotch. "Old Rve." Old Bourbon, Old Monongahalia, and Salt River Bour bon. All the best kind of Brandies for cooking. medicinal and mechanical purposes. Among my WINES may be found Port, Malaga, 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 "Old Tom Gin," Jamaica Rum, Turner's different kinds of Syrups, and V olf s Scheidam Schnapps: Ledlard's Rum Punch. Morning CalL Ac-. Ac Also among my stock may be found 109 KEGS OF WHITE LEAD, Aad 60 Kega of Snow White Zinc, ' And all other articles usually kept in the Grocery Stnr. Th above goods were bought to be sold, and if my prices are any inducement, pieasa cau ana ex amine before purchasing elsewhere. April i, 1S6LJ , E. G. BOOTH. riot "rt"T v , Seml-Annual Statement o. 103. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S982,00a08 May 1st, 18G1. Cash and eash itm, ft 79.568 78 Loans well secured. . 56,3 LT) Real Estate lo.OuO OO shares Hartford Bank Stocks 2T4.8.) 00 2425 " New York " " 00 1010 " Boston " " IW.TtO 00 507 " other " " 6S.0S5 00 United States and State" " 73.Sw 00 Hartford N. Haven R. R. Co. Stock 3S.7H) 00 Hartford City Bonds -3d, 750 00 Conn. River Co. siLL Co. Stock s.ouO 00 Total Assets- Total Liabilities.. For details of investments, see small Cards Circu lars. Insurances may be effected in this old and sub stantial Company on very favorablo terms. Apply to . I. L. l l'LLCK, Ar't - Warren. Ohio. O Dwellings and Farm Property iiuared a term yaars at very low rates. July IS. lS61-ly DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS M PHCK& BROTHER' SUCCESSORS TO . PECK, DU II WE Lis & CO.. . Are now receiving their Stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. TO which they invite the atten.ion of buyers. Dealing in Dry Goods almos. ex clusively, we are enabled to offer inducement and show greater varieties than any other store it the county. Our stock of Dress Good, Cloths, ?fcsi meres. etc.. etc.. is larger than ever before, vhirh we will sell cheap as thechcapest. All we a? is for you to call and see for yourselves, at No. 9, market Street. Warren, O. CLOAKING CLOTHS All triors.! W and qualities can be found at the Warm Dry Goods Store. PECK a BROTHER- OILKS Plain Bltick, Figured IUtck, kj Black Brocade, Colored Brocades, Byslerea, Plaids, Stripes, etc., a great variety of styles, from fifty cents to two dollars per van I. Peck brotdir. ME Itl N O R S The h.-mdsonest stock of Printed Mcrioocs ever brouflit to n an en, also, 1 lain in all colors. Vt arrcn Dry toods Store. T RAVELING DKESS GOOIS A snlendid stock of Savella Clolhn nU..Pnn. Iins, Valencias, Columbians, Florentine, etc.. He. PECK BROTHER. D' shilling for fourteen cents sixteen rnts eighteen cents twenty cents the biggest pile ever seen in this place, can be found at the Warren Dry Goods Sure. CAS11S1EKES, J lain and Printed Coburgs. Paris Reps. Printed and Plain Wool Delaines, Figured and Plain A'.paccas, Mourning Delaines, etc, etc PECh! BROTHER. C Biatk Cloth, also. Brown, Blue and Green. Warren Dry Goods Stere. i1 A SSI MERES, Black Doeskins, V Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans. Vestinirs, etc for men and boys wear. PECK ot BROTHER. TROCHE V Sluswls, Wool Shaals, Vj single and double, from one dollarto ten, lo. Furs, an entirely new stock. PECK BROTHER. WOOL HOODS Zephyr, Opera and Skating IIowl, also. Zephyr Worsteds, Ladies' Skating Gaiters, Xubias, etc., etc. V arren Dry Goods Store I are stocked op complete, embracing cases of Prints at all prices Bleached and urown .Mu-lms, Battings. Tickings, Flannels, etc. Call at the IV ar ren Dry Goods Store if you wish to get goods cheap if you wish to get the highest market pries for your produce if you wish to go home satisfied with your bareains. and do both us and yourselves rood. No. 9. Van Gordcr't Block. Market Street, bar ren. Ohio. PECK BROTHER. Oct. 17. '60. NEW STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER BOOTS AND SHOES. -BEXJAMIX CRAXIOE, HAVING REMONED TO NO. 12, Market Street. Warren, Ohio, one door east ot it. H. barnum's Hardware Store, is now prepar ed with the lanrcst stock of Spring and Summer BOOTS A SHOES, ever brought to this market. It is well known that we are theldest and most expe rienced Boot Makers in Warren, and. use the best materials that can be obtained for eash, and are willing to warrant all work made to order, and will sell at the prices, quality considered. Ladies and Gents' India slubber Boot. Sole Leather, Findings, Ac. constantly on hand. Don't forget the place May 17. VI BRICK, BRICK ' TIIE Subscribers will keep always a hmil at ttiir vsrtl one mile south and one mile east of the Centre of Bristol, a supply of BRICK AXD DBAIX TILE. Persons wanting these articles will do well to call and see for themselves, as we think we have a supe rior article of each kind. The Tile are from two to six inches in calibre. 1 The Subscribers own the Tnynhull County Bight, to Mattice A Penfield'i Superior Tile Machine which grinds the clay and makes the Tile at one op eration. We will sell Township Rights of the two eastern and two southern tiers of townships in this county. E. T. FINNEY A SON. Bristol. July 4. '61 GREAT CURE! UK. LeLAKlt't . ANTI-RHETJMATIC BAND, IS IBg OSLT KSOWST BEVEDT FO Gunt und Neuralgia, asd a sra. crag roi ALL MERCURIAL DISEASES. It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a medicated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without injury tp the most deli cate persons, no change in habits of living is requir. ed, and it entirely removes the disease from the sys tem, without producing the injurious effects arising from the use of powertul internal medicines which weaken and destroy tne consuiunou. Uu notary 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 ik. iwim of the skin, effecting in mm instance a mini, 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 pei-mcion, effects of .Mer cury. Moderate eases are cured in a few days, and we are eonstanlly receiving testimonials of lis eth eary in aggravated eases of long standing. Price i00. to be had of Druggists generally, or can be sent by mail or express with full directions for use. to any part of the country, direct from the Principal Office NO. 491 BROADWAY, Kew York. G.-SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors, IT. B Descriptiro Circulars Sent Free. s7"Agents Vantd Kvcry wlierr4- For Sale by Hoyt & Stratton. Warren. 0. fee, SO. lrgl-ly.j BY STATE AUTHORITY. First Class Fire Insurance BY THE NEW ENGLA1SD INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD, CONN. r.n;i.i $200. W0 Assets. (Jan. 8,' l'sdl.) 24o,9 35 M IIITT1.ESEY ADAMS, Art, May 24. 1801. . Warren. Ohio, NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD, CONN. Chartered Capital- $500,000 300,000 Cash Capital.. WHITTLESEY ADAMS. Ag't, May 24. 186E Warren. Ohio. NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE CO, NORWICH, CONN. Cash Capital ; faT.OCO Chartered May, 1803. Has been doing business nearly wixty years, and has always paid its losses promptly. The N orwich is the oldest company rep resented by any Agent in Warren. The citkens of Trumbull county will find it to their advantage to insure their property in this long tried and respon sible company. Jan. 15. '62. Warren, Ohio. NEW FIRM & NEW GOODS. WN. & V. F PORTE It are uow receiving their new stock of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS B0CCS BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY. We have also a large stock of CIIILDREXS'TOYS. which will be sold wholesale and retail. Guitiiends are invited to call and see our stock. Oct. 23, 0L W. N. A W. F. POKER. VALENTINES ! ! TUST Received from New Tork a $J large, and splendid assortment of TALE2T XINES. of all kinds. Wholesale and Retail Jan. 29. '6i W. Jf. A W. F. P01IEB. -ETNA.' INSURANCE AGENCY. . L L. FULLER, Ageni Office, Jameson's Bnildng, Varroa. May 18. 1860- tf Uavkot StrsvL ax Partnership Notice. Tho undersigned, having associated themselves together for the nnrnose of earry- TIOX business in all their varied departments, re pec fully notify the public that they are daily re- r'.'JS" .L'UTe S0CiC 0F G00Dri their line. s ected with eare in the Eastern Market and "JliSi br' J,obb,n Northern Ohio. Our Goods are fresh, and of the BEST QUALITY and for ready pay we are prepared to offer induce-' menu to purchasers never before equaled in War- tTSl-rJ :r.M?F,d iu oor Section. pRlUsAND MEDICINES of a quality that can be relied upon when ealled m iiln,ini..,. ; ,uT and afflicted under the many trying circumstances ". r :c j "T" r rc,lc'aI,er ucompe led to witness in the daily routine of his duties. Families ean be supplied at the most reasonable rates with all ordinary family medicines and hundreds of other articles kept only by Druggists. Merchants can iect from our stock a great variety of articles at sat isfactory jobbing rates. Mcchanicswill findasplen did assortment of Goods for a great variety of ues in their hue. In short we invite all the good citi tens of Trumbull and the adjoining counties to call and examine for themselvi before purcha.ing elsc , JNO. R. WOODS. Deo. 4. -61. J. ANDREWS. Family Groceries. Ilaving added Groceries to our stock, we invite If -TrTV r en"on consumers to our Stock of --.., .u,oiiin .Moiasses, l'runes Cit rons, Currants, Can Fruits of the very best nualiiv Rabins, Cassia, Cloves. Nutmegs, ftgTMuZrd" Ground Spices of .11 kinds, tiround Coffee" Pure Cream Tartar. Soda, Saleratus. Ginger. Cranberries. Ac- W OODS A ANDREWS. OUGARS Common and best brown kj crushed and granulated by the bbl. or pound! W OODS A ANDREWS. rpEAS Youn Hyson, Imperial, I Gunpowder and Black Teas by the chert or single pound. WOODS A ANDREWS. riOFFE-12 Sacks of best Rio and V Java Coffees by W. A. pREASI TARTAR 500 lbs. Cream fVoJr?ade.m"letr0m Pm Crytt en!" SU1 CARB. SODA 10 ke.r bert Sew Castle (English) for sale by W. A A. NUTMKGS 2 Cases prime Xm megs for sale by w. A A. CLOVES One bale, just m-eived. W.AA. I7RENCI1 PLUMBS-Choire drkJd . Plum put up in 25 lb. boxes for family use. tor sale by W.i A. PRESERVED G IMG Eli ROOT One Case in Jars, by W. A A. PRESERVED FRUITS Pine Ap ples, Peaches, Plums, and Strawberries, at WOODS A ANDREWS. SYKUPS As tho "Buck WhcTt Cake" season has commenced, call and get some of our nice table Syrup. W. A A. IK DIG O Best ' Spanibh Floa t ," and 2 cases Common. W. A A. SALTPETRE 5 Ke;s prime Salt O Petre. for packing Beef and Pork. W. AA. SWEET OIL 100 Gallons just ree'd Jby WA A. CASTOR OIL A supply of best East Indiajust received, for Medicinial or Me chanical uses. W. A A. BIRD men CAGES The best assort ment in Town, snd for sale very low by it wvs a an nut. s. QUININE and Al OR Pill ME To Jobbers or others who buy five or more bot ti . t one lime, for casQ, tor sale at inanulacturvrs' prices. W.i A. POWERS' and WEIGUJ1 AN'S Spirits of Nitre. Sulphuric Ether, Chloroform, uu& Aiumunia. Culorale fotass. Lunar Caustic, Caioinel, Dlue Jlass, Iodide of folash, c, Ac4 witu all of tneir suuidard CQemicals can be lound in our selection VI OUDa Jt ANDRE tV S. ECLECTIC PREPARATIONS A fresh supply of W. S. Merrell A Co s celebrat es Mucenlratcu remedies just received by M . X A. COMPOUND SYRUP STILL1N GIA 20 Gallons just received, get some to Ciwttns your system. W. A A. F ANCY ARTICLKS Tlio Ladies can find a splendid selection of Toilet articles ui all kinds, consisting of cuoice tlaudUercUiel Ex tracts, Colognes, Pomades, Toilet Powders. Une. lau cy SoaiM, itur Brusues, Clotn Brushe, Nail do, Toou do. Tooth pastes. Powders aud soaps. Dreas iug Combs, Ac M uuDS AN Dxlx, S. YANKEE NOTIONS Wo will sell to jobbers, at wholesale only, needles war r.ed best quality, fins N o a aud 4,iaiicu Tureaus, best Spool Lotion xlireads, wnile aud colored. Gum Caps of huest quality, KuOber Comus, Suoe iduiea. Hooks aud Eyes, laid, faper. Envelopes, Pencils, 4c . A A. TTAVANA CIGA RS-30,000 Ci JJL gars of the choicest brands, such as pure im- lu, uavanas, N. 1. ana t. r. ii.runcues. cu sers, Major Audersous, V uluiiiecrs. AMiig Jouns, lluia Acuiple, zouaves, Ac, Ac, very low lor caw. MEDICINAL LIQUORS-We have in store some of the huest imported French iu. ujrmau Brauuies aud l lues, Oiu llourbou uu iAye Oisaeys, Tagul uies Ac, liial cau be lumiU in any luarKels, uy uieni. uulio u iyiix. it o. BRUSHES Wo have everything in the line. R. C. Smith's extra Painl ilrushes, itf.iieu octia, V aruuu uu, ol au sues, osa iwi At-usu itrusOes, buipvts. caiueiuair reuviis o Uie Uoz. or gross, scrub sjiusmm. ouwuu, ui euuies vs Iieiy. uulo Avivux. o. CANDLES Stearino and Tallow Candles at lowest cash rates, also Stiw Can U.OS. - t . A. W1 11ITE LEAD All tho best brands kept constantly on- hand at manu facturers prices lor casn. . A. LINSEED O1L-10 Bbls. G. C. Griswold's, 10 do refined Carbon. 20 do best a uers. a do sperm at very tow ligures tor cash. Vicious. AN .frit. S. TARC11 20 Jioxt-s pure Pearl Starch by tho box or pound at W.fcA. OA PS 20 Boxes German Lraiv O Soap, 25 do Common Rosin Soap by W. ot A. TURPENTINE Aud its tsubsti I tute. Itenxoli. by the bbl or gallon at W. ot A. COLO liS IN OIL Purjj Chrome and Paris Greens, Chrome Yellow, Burnt and lis sieuua, liuxul and tutw c uiotr, V eneiiau Red, liiuta uo, oy i . QUXDR1ES Eof-in, Chalk, Red Lead. Venetian Red, Whiting. Yellow Ochre, Copperas tve, oy . a. DYE STUFFS Log wotKl, iSic wood. Fustic, Madder, Alum c by the bbL ILASS WARE -Physicians and Vj( Druggists' Glass Ware of all kinds. Bottles ana v uus ot all sixes ana sin a by tne box or sin gle doxett. W. 01 A. 1NDOW GLASS Wm. Mc Culley Co's Window Glass of all sites low by W. i A. TUBS and PAILS By tho Gross, doien or single one at. W. A A. CHOUGH .MEDICINES Don't neg J lect VOUr Couehl and PolH. hnl mil in and Brown's Bronchial Troches, or Cary's Cough Cure, or Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, or Jackson's Cough Syr up, or Jayne's Expectoraut, or Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, or Dr. Hall's Cough Remedy, or Dr. Mur ray s tough byrup, or Dr. Down s tlnir, or Staf ford s Olive far, or Hill's llalsam of Honey, Dr. Rodgcrs' Syrup Liver Wort and Tar, Mitchell'sSyr np of Ipecac etc. etc WOWDs ANDREWS. T)ILLS All tho standard Pills of I the day by the gross, dot. or single box. W.eA. rpoOTII FORCEPS Physicians 1 and Dentists will find a good variety at W. A's. SUPPORTERS and TRUSSES-Dr. S. S. Fitche'i Female Supporters with an end less variety of Trusses of all kinds found at W.AA'a. PLASTERS Call at our Store and get a good Plaster and cure up "(hit lame back." WOODS AXDREWS. tract Lemon. Orange. Strawberry. Pine Annie- Rose, etc by the dot. or single boule. W. Ot A. LAMPS Carbon Oil Lamp, Cliin. nies. snd Wicks, splendid assortment found WOODS oi ANDREWS. WJ A I .JJ 0,000,000 AlCll. tiO- T T. T. r - - r r - ir Iff- men and Children to axamine oar Stock. et all at once however. TV. A A. of 1861. NEW YORK STORE. FIFTEENTH OPENING OF NEWGOODS TIIE Subscribers aro this Spring prepared to exhibit a large and choice stock of Good, embracing unusual attractions of style and quality. Besides having been bought at PANIC PRICES, we have concluded it is better to sell them without much profit than to keep them. We therefore say to all. the roods will nil, snd 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, and cheese in Quantity when cured. PARKS & WENTZ Warren, May lith. 61 B EAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS, S1I.K POPI.rN'S. SII.K GRKXADTXES. MUZAMBIQl'ES. BAR EG E ANGLAIS. CHEXE PAIL PE CHETRE3. PRINTED ORGANDIES. - PRINTED JACON ETS. CHEXE GINGHAMS. CI1ALLYS. At. Ac. XEW YORK STORE. SPRING CLOAKS and DUSTERS LACE MANTILLAS, M'LfcN'Diii LAct ARABS, SltLLA AXD .uti. a hi i;i.,iG cir a wt o IKArtAAUhLAU OIL sit All llT BKOtllfc AND VAsuMt.tiS ollAllLt KLUAh. ANLDLali.u liyuws i inuiuin ArluluiiiivtL RICH DRRSS SILKS, SMALL FIGURED' SILKS. SMALL CHECKFn SI Mr 4 SUMMER SILKS A FOULARDS, Black Silks lower then ever. NEW YORK STORE. BONNETS AND SHAKERS, MISSES' ITATS new styles, RIDING H ATS, I X FA X TS' HATS A CAPS, RICH BONNET RIBBONS. FLOWERS. RUCHES, Ac. NEW YORK STORE. T7RENCI1 AND ENGLISH JL? TWILLED CLOTHS. ENGLISH DOESKIN. 1ANCY CASsIMERES. for men and boys' wear. In oolen Goods we challenee competition. NEW YORK STORE. READY MADE CLOTH I FG A large stock, including all qualities of Linen lot and Sacks fur sale cheap at the NEW YORK STORE. 20,000 YARDS Bleached and Brown Shirtings 6' cents NEW YORK STORE. rorth ISA 20,000 YARDS Fast Color Prints 6! i eents-worth 1 SUM VORK slORi. CARPETING. All prades from a shilling stripe, to Royal Wilton. We keep the largest stock in th.eounty, an d Utj TRAVELING In great variety. DRESS GOODS. NEW YORK STORE. E M BROIDERIES. LACES, TRIM- irrvn! ttTRTtOVS. Also French Artificials and Bridal Wreath, of -STORE. S KELETON SKIRTS Bradlv'a TIP TOP" SO Hoops.. Also Skirt Supporters. . VtMlf VAU NEW YORK ST0P.E. E MBROIDERED Lnee ar.d Mnslin CURTAINS. BichnntShfor. B LACK- SILK Bischoff" & Bonnai "the best in ne. NEW YORK STORE. C OTTON IIOSR AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. 6- cents.. NEW YORK STORE. 'RENCH CHINTZ PRINTS Also Merrimae and Cncheco. NEW YORK STORE. T?ASllIONAPLE IIAT.S Broad- J? wsy Style also Soft Flats and Fur Caps for wen and boys. xg,n ionn. oiw& BOOTS & SHOES aro cheaper, and for the cheape.tr. to th 0 IL CLOTHS For Floors, Stairs ATablelthewid&w YORK STORE. B ROWN SHEETINGS. -Ct fonts. NEW TORK STORE. A PER HANGINGS, LOOKING GLASSES. SHADE.". NEW YORK STORE. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. At Wholesale and Retail 25 ner cent cheao- er than elsewhere. NEW YORK STORE. G OLD BANDED CHINA TEA SETS. NEW TORK STORE. u MB HELLAS AND TRVELING BAGS. NEW TORK STORE. 9 GOOD SUGAR MILLS, for Gri L iofSorghum-forsalr inJ- NEW YORK STORE. Late Made Cheese Wanted. VE will Piiy the highest ' price in Qui for any amonnt iats iato mde soft mild Cheese. McCOMRS A SMITHS. iob.0, oJ-tf. TICK. Notice is hereby riven that land warrant No. 1:333 for 80 acres of land issued to me on the 20th day of Nov. 1S65. has been lost, and that I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Pensions for a reisue the lost warrant. CYNTHIA UCTCHINS. Vienna, Trumbull Co, Ohio, Feb. 5, 13G2-6w WALL PAPER Now opening at Porter's Bookstore, s large and choice lot of Wall Panerand Borders. Pleanecall toon and mnk your Spring selections. W.S.iW. F. PORTER. I 1861. U IjrA 113 AiMi aiKUlo, U HOIC- IO sale and Retail- little below competition Table Syrup. NEW YORK STORE. 1 pliRISTIAN HYMNS J iict ree'd j from the publishers a good stock of the abort Hymns. Feh.28.IS61 W. K. A W. T. PORTER. I ; at STEAM CARRIAGE FACTORY. '"" - -"TSas ii is t.m Imi Ti V""fYM!'r Hit' '' SOUTH OF CANAL, Warren, Ohio. Having lately cxtonded and improv ed my establishment hy enlarging my already extensive buildings, as well as erecting new ones, in troducing a s.... engine, will, all ku.us ot machinery adapted lo the business, by which a great saving of material, time anu labor are etfected, hereby Hording facilities lor manufacturing and selling a iJK'i TEK article for the same or LESS money than ean be auonied without such advauUges, and employing au increased number of the very brel workmen in the country, many of whom are direct from the east ern cities. 1 am now prepared to make and turn olf A BLGGl PER DAY. At my Repositories may bo found at all times the best a.9orluiiiil of bnubed work in the country: all of which is warranted in every respect, aud for quality, workmanship, durability aud finish, ia uot to be surpassed in this country, or by eastern manufacturers. Among my stock of finished work may be found CLOSE COACHES, of various styles and prices, BAROCCTIES, CUARIOfEES, BUGGIES, a large variety, consisting ROCKAW'AYS. a variety of 1. 2 and 3 seat. TR01T1NG. CARRIAGES, a variety of 2 and it seats, DROP 1 HO N'T, PH.t 1'UN'S. 1 and t seats, tops standing and falling. DEMOCRATIC WAGOXS. JENN Y LIXDS. KXoW NoIMIXGS. CARRIAGES, five patterns slide feats, . GAZELLE. - SILKIES. , TIPloN, BOX BIGGIES, etc, etc. Also. LUMBER WAGON'S, best article, for one and two horses. My present facilities enable me to fur nish to order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SUORTES1' NOiiCK. Persons wishing anything ia my line of basiuess. are requested to call and see for themselves. Especial attention to Custom Work and Repairing. Painting and Trimming done 00 short notice, anil : i A ...... . . . . . . i : v i, , i ii. . i i. i 1 1 i i i i . Warren. April 15, ISM. H. C. BELDEJT. tention given to the copying and enlarging lo any sic, OLl KAGL ERKEorVPES and A.MBRo XXX I VES- Ambrotypes of all sues token ,ud n .11 k.n nf weather, jit hint is fueh ms to rouble me 6RFN8EB6 -FAMILY MEDICINES. Are 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 otter of a siugle medicine which claims to euro all diseases, but the Gncfenberg Remedies consists of eleveu different medicines, all unequalled in the cure of the diseases for which they are recom mended, among which may be selected one appro priate to any of the diseases incident lo this couutiy and climate. -TUE GR.EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS are better than any other kiud of Pills ia the world Price 'A cents. 4WGR.EFEXBERO CTERINE CATH0LIC0X is an iuiailible remedy fur all Female diseases Price Sl.Vi. - 4W1UE UTERINE CATHOLICON will also i cure Gravel, diseases of the Ridueys. urinary diffi culties in males. 4M-THEGRFENBERG SARSAPARILLA is by tiir tne must powertul aud euicacious compound iu use Price 1. w-TUEGR-EFENBERG DYSENTERY SYR UP is a certaiu and quick remedy lor all disease oi the bowels Price 50 cents. -THE GR.EFEXBERG PILE REMEDY nev er mils to permanently relievo this distressing dis easePrice 1- Wi'UE GRjEFENBERG CHILDREN'S PAN ACEA is au invaluable compound iu ull diseases in cident to children. w-THE GRJiFENBERG FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY is a sovereign specilic for this partieulai disease Price 50 cents. WTIIE GK.-EFEX BERG GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT excels all otuer salves in iu curative etffWs I'riL-e cents. WTUE GRjKFENBERO CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM aiiords the mos. astonishiug reiu-i in all pul monary coiu.uunis l'ricc S3 a botile. An emi nent Physician of New York, ssalcs that he has known the Grafenberg Consumptive's Balm used with great success in Dropsy. Our own experience substantiates his statement. -i'HKGR.EFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS are the most pleasant aud delbtbllul tonic ever pre paredPrice 25 cents. M-THE GR-EFEXBERG EYE LOTION is un paralleled iu all iutlainuiaiiou or diseases of the eye Price 25 cents. II03IE TE-VTIJIOXI". Mr. H. B. Kixoslit Dear Sin We feel it a du ty we owe to the public, to state that Marshall's Ca tnolicoo is a medicine invaluable tor complaints classed under the bead of Female Diseases, We have used your Grafenberg Medicine and have been greatly benefited thereby, so much so, that were the price double wo would have them. To the thou sand of our sex who are suffering from weaknesses, we would recommend the Catholicon as a sure pan acea. It gives strength lo the system and enables eactfof the onrans of the body to perform their ap propriate functions. Mrs. W. CARTER. Mrs. E. E. WEEKS. Miss C. SWORMSXEIT. Medina, March 1, 18C1. Th above named Ladies we are tersonnlly acquainted with, and know that for several years while we lived in Medina, they were great sufferers. Miss S. has been so badly attlicted tbal it was wun ii;iK.nllv.K. vai.lilii In al a -il nnnn her feet. A few buttles of Catholicon entirely cured her of her .nmiilaint, Mv witti iKiive,l WTttAt benefit flOm this medicine. We recrmmend it to the Ladies of t lis eounty as a safe it s efliii.nt remedy tor tea many complaints the re subject to. JOHN WEEKS. Editor Canfield Herald- II. B. KINGSLEY. Cleveland, Feh.I9.1861. Cabinet Ware and Chairs. KW I'lK.U aud SEW GOtlD. TECESDILL. O. T. TOWSSEXD. TBIESDELL A TOWSSEXD. (At the well-known stand of A. TruesdelU SAVE for the ili'UR AVE tiitert-tl into a rartn"rltip ie manufnctui-e and sale of CABINET RE aud CHAIRS in all their vanou3 va rieties, and have now on hand and are receiving I large assortment, consisting in part, oi PofsA. Extension Tables, TeteaTetes. J;euir" Mahogany Rocker. J-rd Easy Chairs, Ihning " Spring Seat Chairs, Breakfast M Cane Seat Chairs, agreat variety, kitchen Wood Seat ritiug WHS!) Bedsteads. What-Nots. Bureaus. Book-Casw. Iks. Wash- Stands. Picture-!' raiues. Cnbs, Cradles, etc. In short, everything usually keft orcalled lor at a fur niture establishment, will be found or mauuiactur ed at satistactory prices. .... . iinli.r From a distauce Dromptly attended to, and Furniture carefully packed and delivered at Cars or Boat. COPPIX. . A large assortment always on hand, and made to order at all times. A llearse furnished when re nuired. Ware Rooms on Main St., near R. R. Ue- iox. May 18. l!W. BLOCKADE RUN! "ALL QtlETOX THE P0T0.1I11 " Commissary Department in Good Condition! aSD PR0VJSJ0N STORE. So. 33. Market St., Warren, Ohio. One Door East of Freeman, Tlunt k Co.'s Banking liouse. M. A PATMOR, R' ESP EOT FULLY announces to his former customers in Warren and vicinity. Uiat he has opened a Grocery and Provision Store at tne above stand wnere ne is prepareu 10 sen as cheap, if not a little cheaper, than any other Store in town, and in any quantities to suit customers, his stock eonsiat in oart of A. B. A C. Couce Suxar. pulverized and brown do Golden Syrup of the best quality. Molasses, Java and Rio Coffee, Teas of all kinds. Raisins, Prunes, Pigs. Currants, Rice, Pep per, Alspice, nutter. Soda, -and i-icnio integers. Candles, Tobacco. Segars. Lard, Pork. Ilains, lrid Beef. Cod Pish, White lish. No. 1 Mackerel. Candy wholesale and retail. FLOUH. TlarTey's Superior and City Mills. Cleveland and other choice brand, by the back. Barrel or Load. Buckwheat flour. Corn meal, etc., etc., etc., can't be undersold, no use talking. HIS EAT1XO SAI.OO.X has been newly fitted np. where Oysters and other refreshments will bo served ud in rood style. Fam ines and County trade furnished by the Can or half Can. always lresb, drop in and see. lice. II. hi. XjO ROY ' S NEW PIIOTOG11APHIC AMBROTTPE ROOMS, RIVER BLOCK. Over E. E. Hoyt A Co's Store. Aro now in itiiccesstiil opemtion, whrra he is orenared to do all kinds of work iirnrr.t .rvlM of art. Photozranhs taken from the smallest to tho largest siie. Especial at- to take the pictures of children of almost any age. fatronaare oi ine puoiicsoiiciieu. .uarffcs lorwora reasonable. - . Dee. 35. u0-tf F. L. LeROY. WESTEKN J.ESEEVE - Carriage Factorv. I " x ' P" l" n-iuim I his friends and natrons, that ha maw now tx found on Liberty street, south of the Bank, where, M formerly, be is manufacturing to order, and for sale. Carriages and Buggies of every description: and will constantly keep on hand a good assort ment of tho most approved styles, which for mate rial, substantial workmanship and elegance of fin ish, shall not be surpassed in this section of Ohio. Those wanting a vehicle of any kind, will do well by giving me a call, as they ean scarcely fail in be ing suited either in style, quality, terms or price. . Painting and Trirammr done in a superior man ner, and at prices that will gir satisfaction. Cash will be paid, and good prices, for the best of ill kinds second growth earn aire lomher. Warren. April 23. 'SO. E. K. WISELL. ' TTTOSTHOLM'S POCKET Knives. T V the lan est and best assortment ever brought to this pit of the State, bow on exhihiffon PACKARD'S. S. . PARK, 8trcCESOR TO , 0. H. PATCH & CO., IS NOW OFFERI-NG II1S Immcnso Stools. OP CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR PRICES FOR CASH! . EGA RP LESS OF COST!! The Goods are here must be sold and tho Pco pie must buy 'em at prices to Suit The Times! OUR SPRING AND SUMMER Stock is now on hand and being opened, com prising ia ealenW variety and quality of Goods, a unequalled by any other establishment in the west, and the prices ranging a little above the vast Job bing Houses of Mew York and Boston. In connection with our former Carriage Trade wo have recently added CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprising - SPRINGS. STEEL. . IRON AXLES. SCREWS. 11LBS, tLLOES, SPOKES. BAN 1S. BtiLTS. and everything of best Stuff together with all things needtul to build all styles vt Carriages from a wbeelbarrow up While speaking of Carriage Hardware we would further ueuiiou lo CARRIAGE BUILULK9 the fact that at our 5 . . 1 SEW KOOJ1S MARKET STREET, opposite Court liouse, we have some , EXTRA AXLES aot heretofore kept in this market, such as SMITU'S CASE U SE. i i t lOiiLINSON-SSWI CElilX tTlLLAR, etc ohich ar regarded, by. all Eastern Manufacturers as being superior lo auyUiiug in use. . V. PARK - - . . WILL JOB IRON MIlL Job AXLES. Will job s-pKiXi.s; W ILL Job BRo.U.L0TH. WILL Job 1AMAcKS, 8. W. PARK WILL RFTATT. TltTtVrss WILL RETAIL COLLARS.' WILL RKl'AlL WiliPS. . WILLRKTA1LIVORY RINGS WILL RETAIL SAL-IiLES. 8. tV. PARK - DEALS IX OIL CLOTH. HEALS IX OIL ENAMEL CLOTH. 1KALS I.V IoiR MATS. DEALS IN TRUNKS. DEALS IN CARPET BAG?. 8. W. PARK MANrFACTCRES FINE HARNESS. . MANLFACTL RES DRAFT LO. MAXtKAClTRES BRIDLES. . , MAX LFAC1L RES UAL1EP. MANUFACTURES S1RS1NGLES. tt. Y. PARK REPAIRS HAMES. REPAIRS SADDLES. REPAIRS TRUNKS. REPAIRS CUSHIONS. REPAIRS V 111PS. S. W.-PARK- Would call the attention of CARRIAGE MAKERS TO BIS r LARGE STOCK OP . ; . . - WELL SELECTED 1 Broadcloths. Damask. E.i'l Muslix, " Dbill. " Dies, Rkd Plush; Gkecm DO. Silk Lack, Lkst tricts, Whii- Sockets, Dash Rods. . Eccka, Imd:a Rcbbki Cloths. liwi Lick, . In. Mux eco. . Moli Skit. : Dash Lkatueh, Ex'l po. Ural no. Cctai5 Lights, Cabbiagk Kxuus. Tor Pkofs, Sil. Joists, etc, etc. All of which we keep constantly on hand in auanti- ties to suit any purchaser and at prices 11.FYI.U COMPLIITIoX. In coocli at -j allow us to add that the above cat alogue em I ra res but s small portion of our Extensive. Stock at all times on exhibition at oar - Mi K O O M S , , where we are selling at LOWER RATES -than ever fHr Cash, to suit the present crisis, and shall be happy Id receive our ' ; OLD CUSTOMERS. . and make new ones, at HABKET STREET. opposite Court House. S.W. P1RK, (sOTCCSSOe TO O- H. 1A!CH & CO) Aug. 28. 1861. For 9nle or ICcut. AFtnall House ami' Lot at the cen tre of Johnston, in this eounty.- There is a iioni room, a kitchen, two bed rooms ami & Kiittai oo the first floor, and two good rooms in the cham ber, all well done off. a good cellar, and a never failing well of water. There is about !4 of an acio land, a very convenient houAtnr m tm.il twmiiv and will be sold cheap. If not sold by tne first day April next, it will W for rent Enquire of tho subscriber. i ALMOND. WERB. V arren. 0, Jan. 2. 1SG2. Flour. Corn. . Oiuent. salt. , Linie. Plaster, For Sale at Rail Read Depot, ia Warren. . Feb.5.IS62-Iw Refined Uleca Oil & Canfield Coal Oil I70R SALfito dealers at manufac . hirers prices, at the Hardware Tteadijnarters, arren, o. , i aaacji i-AUH.Aiti. Jan.3."! ' Western Reserve Seminary, FABJIl.VCTON, OHIO. ' Tho Sprin? Term wilt commenco March IS." Those who desire to study amid safe. bntebeerfnL srronndin;s. and at a modern expecse, will here findaoordial welcome. l'hewin ter tern, sow in proneaa. ia well attended, and an earnest, working spirit is displayed by the students. lmot wrthwt exception. There aernia to be en tire freedom from influences tending to corrupt tho moral character. Facilities for learning music fur nished a heretofore. Address the Principal, Rev. Wm.D. Arebbold.er A V. KIoBEE. ob. a. IDK-tw x-