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Vow twHifht shadows flit; ow the evening tamp ii lit. . ieP- ", sleep 1 Little head on mother's ana. the will keep him safe rromharm. k.eP him safe and fold him warm; Sleep, baby, sleep. - SV3vrtw.fer awar. , thinks of him at shut of day. Sleep, baby. sleep I Hemu-t guard the sleeping ramp, Heark'nii.g in the cold and damp, ror the lot-man's stealthy tramp; JSicep, baby, sleep. He can henr the lullabv. He can see the laughing eye, . Sleep, baby, sleep I 4 And he knows, though we are dumb. How we lone to have him eume Hack to baby, niother, home; Sleep, baby, sleep I Biddy's Troubles. "'.v '.f h"for me thit 1 n seed the like of this people afore- ltg M ume i ve Deen Laying since coming to this- noose, twelve months agone this week Thursday. Yer honor know, that mj fourth cousin, Ann Macarthy, recommend ed me to Mrs. Whaler, and told the lady Jix&t I knew about ginteel housework and .the likes; while, at the same time I had piver seed inter an American lady's kitch en. So she engaged me, and my heart was jut ready to burst with grief for the story that Ann had told, for Mrs. Whaler was a jwate spoken lady, and niver looked omee ' like in her life ; that I knew by her smooth, kind face. Well, jist the first thing she told me to do after I had dressed the chil dren, was to dress the du.-ks for dinner. ooa loosing at the lady for a couple of wiurc x couiu mate out any mean ing at all to her words. Thin I went searching after clothes for the ducks; and such a time as I had to be jsure. High and low I went, till at last my mistress axed me wuaw.ior i was looting ; and tothes for th An -V t L. V 7 T Ji W f , 8 eure- ch- and how she screamed and laughed till my face IwiS S J shame and ehe! showtd me in her kind swateway, what her .meaning was. Thin she told me how to air the beds, ana it was a dav for m ;n. dadcwhenl could go np chamber alone, ' and clare nr the rooms. Ono Xfra I r said tome, "Uiddy. au' ve dbv "i I i-S v Mhal give the Laliy an airin. if ve's will." What should I do and it's thru what I am saying this blessed minute but go p etairs wid the child, and shake it, and then howld it out of the winder. Such a scream ing and kicking as the baty gave but I hi!d on the harder. Ivery body then in the etrate looked at me ; at. List mistress came np to see what for was so much noise. "I am tbrying to air the baby." I said, -but it kicks and scrames dridfully." There was a company down below, and whia JMrs. Yhaler told them what I had been afther doing I thought they would task. k- ll 1 r iui"i8 m me strate scrammg. And then I was told that I mustCdo up Ttf WV-t i- , . . . r ml- "cr b unen snirts one day, when uusiress was out shopping. 6he told me repeatedly to do them up nice, for mas- and did them all up in some paper that I was afther bringing from the ould county ouu ut Bome Drigat pink nbboi about the bundle. ' n nere are the sharts, Eiddy," asked iurs. n naier, when she comtd home. - "I have been doin' them np in a quare nice way," I said, and bringing her the bundle. "Will yon iver be done wid your grate ness?" she axed me wid a loud scrame. I can't for the life of me be tellin' what their talking manes. At home, we call the likes of this work, fine starching and a aea or i have done too. Och ! and ;may tLe blessed argin pity me ; for I niv er'll be cured of my graneness !" There is a grocer in Philadelphia, who is said to be so mean that he was seen to catch a flea off his counter, hold him up by his hind leg. and look into the crack of his feet, to see if he' hadn't been stealing some oi ais sugar. Timothy says the first time he went to courting, he felt as if a eint finor1 Va.l hauled him down a rainbow with a piece of "Smg niaci into a pile of down. har's a pistol ? Tom and Joe were talking over their .travels, when Tom asked his chum. - Were you ever m Greece T' "No." replied Joe : -ouii once icu into a thundering bi tub oi sosp." u " Set and will . Some one says that if a young lady has pretty teeth she laughs often; if she's ot a small foot, she'll wear a short dress.Cif she's got a neat hsod, she's rare to show it A surly bachelor remarks that the ladies' fashions for the ensuing season, show a per sistent determination in the dear creatures to crawl out of their dresses through the rt ri per part put jure pie will the trees the shed upon yield and "Father, do 6hips make nails ?" Xo, n y son why do you ask ?" "Why, cpz I heard our captain say that the ship" had made two tacks within the last half hour." trees. if lect roots, the holes, in not cones await and "Tat. if Mr. Jones comes before mv n- luiu, icu jam mat l will meet linn at two o ciocK. "Aye, aje, sir, but Lat shall I tell him if he don't come." Bogus logic Why does a man sue, for damages, and in his plea of complaint uas already received damages than he wanted ? more A gentleman, the other evening, objected to playing whist with a Jady, because, he aaiu, ene naa sucn a winning way," about ner. v . s T . r .1 i . . . anmgion cemg asged wnat par- .ucuiar cnurcli see attended, replied, "Any jaiauuicuurcnwncre tne gospel is dispens ed witL" -pr The "first" business of Lynn is the man nfactve of shoes. That however, is inti- tety connected with the -last busi ness. -:-- A sailor, loot! 11(7 fimmria in Boston, was asked by a minister if he felt uy uiaDger -.xota cent," said Jack. A Tf "JZ?:" of man who ..iuhmk uie aia of a physician." """" ""tuuea w aeatn are very rare. wiiTOuaMi" -F-x." Eight .eit, Bpeu sceay." "C-a." Hioht Jow spell caies. K-a-x." t again. .Ladies who array themselves hoops should sing, as they dress, gently o'er me ttctUi,g.n in patent "Still so There is high authority for odd matches su m.B woria. enus, the Goddess of 52t7'.was married to a lame blacksmith. If coin 9 were hereditary, they raioht properly be called patrimonial achers. , Ilerc feed our per quently wild as occur ,i.;i tie Sw. cows, The near shingles and are at the with salt. ed with Lime-wash ery would The color roof The The has places The He ers of to ah and from taeatment jjiara, The shortest way ta a man' heart is I set on down lis throat - lj their Written for the Field Notes. Usefulness of Birds. As a general thing the value of birds is not fully appreciated; besides the variety and , richness of their plumage and tha SSSJK!! "i" ' a ruV r . i more Value to tho Twnnl in riesrrovina mil- lions of noxious insects which infest more Value to the people in destroying mil- !;. - V ? uuua ui uuAiuua lusecu wnicn miesi our destroy Our crons. nJ lav wate onr uoaroy our crops, and lay Waste Our neius ana gardens. And it is an alarming fact that the number of the b.rds is de- Creasing, While that of the insects IS in- 1 cmdng rapidly. It is certain that , crops are injured worse of late years by insect than Jormerly. rri l . ... : i . The erub worm is setting to be onr preat- . i . . V ... i est pest ; last season in places the grass was hterally eaten, out by these worms ; the chincn Dug also infest oui cornfields, mak- in dreadful, havoc; our forests also are sometimes i stripped of their foliage by green worms. If instead of harassing and fa.-KnbMng troying the birds, all would try to encour- age them to increase and protect them, SUCn disastrous pffrota miirlit fw nreven'wl ' . ft r----- . 1 he despised crow and blackbird, for in stance, are hated and destroyed, and their robbed by nearly every one, but they are of great value in des'roying worms and irrubsof all kinds, that iufes'. Our cornhelds ; in fact the grub worm IS the choicest food of the crow. It is true that crows and blackbirds sometimes plunder our fields but they repay the damage in destroying insects which do dou ble the damage thai ihey do. There is no bird but does more good than harm. Many people suppose t he hawk and owl to be of no value ; true, they make a racal of our fowls sometimes, yet they more than by killinff the mice which destroy e u aslH"au"lll:a-. --- - 1 very valuable, their chief f-x.J being moths, bugs and other insects taken on the ' wing. A nest of swallows should never j be harmed; the food of quails which are so' shamefully slauohtered yea.lv, is.prinei- L.n : : Vv ' ,v, chinch bug, which is so destructive to corn. -FLi i i . i.:m...i . ... i lfWW,t(Milt. tai .ii i , c jvur cruL't-ucaLroeu; a pair vl. iins have been known to carry hundreds of catT terTillars to their nest in a dav : and other e , . ' uirvxa ui cuurw: ucatru iu luyiwi iiu, , ,.. , , t .i i 1,-fi. i, BV ItlUlLipiJ WUUV UUC U11U S.11J3 l IUC thousands of birds that are killed annually and it is no wonder that thc number of in- Hsccts is so much greater now thau for merly. And now farmers, planters, sportsmen ana people in general, let roc en rcat you for your own good, do not kul wucd luey come srouuu wu uo uui acarc , - . , them away and throw s.ones at them, but : i - j . t i in j be kind to them, make small boxes and . , . . -,,.' , . erec for them to build in, and they will amply repay you in destroying the insect; the birds: of the J A. CONVERSE. Pleasant Valley, April, 1862. Set Out a few more Fruit Trees. ,., I les, set out a cnerry tree Dy tnc gate near the road, and another at the head of 1 i " . IT .1 .7 it. : . : iuc uuusc t'ariiaiiy euauc iuc oiiuuj; room from the hot sun.- The cherry when UUWI '-tuiai, eyuimcmoai and tree, ornamental at least when covered . Ue t'luiuMuu ui ouuw nunc uiuuin, vi bending beneath its load of dark red fruit. (on a pear tree in the nook by the shed, j one at each end of the carrhge house. They will injure nothing and the rich soil cause them to Now (row rftMiilr r- - r . . - , out a few peach trees along the garden border where the shade, will scarcely in-' the vegetables ; or a few trees raa- be the compactly 15 feet apart, and the space ing would shade be, used for raspberries ject blackberries. ' There is the lane, too,leadiug to thc pas- tHre, which might well have a row of ap- or pear trees upon each side, which d is injure the adjacent fields far less than time returns they should give, ihe roid 6ide3, also, can be set with apple, trees ' must ycil'iing wintejr truiL auoh single ros of jump usually give a better return th-n jump same number of trees in an orchard. Again, there ii the south side of the barn tion, and hovel, yes, and the tight fence itcJ the nortn wle ot the garden, .which era. might be covered with grape vines and many bushels of fruit Now, reader, look about your building?, around the yards, along tbe fences, etc., see if there is not room for a few more A Clark, Then no to the ccarest nnrsPT-m-n , lar5et he is an honest careful grower, and se- your trees, have taken up with all the take them home without exposure to 1 sun, and set at one? in lar-e broad ?Dd spreading out thc roots and fibers lmaSes their natural position. If th ar.n U w"Aut rich add a little old manure or ground tortlnS at the time et setting, and hopefully the result of vour ext enJiturc of time' money. , A ; Feeding Domestic Animals. In Germany, sav3 the Scenhfie Amert- mustv 4: 't. j i . . -ic .u. ii. k iiims cain uay, anu a smaller quantity at each mcaL. t-y we feed three times per day, Which never is right ? Do cattle in the wild state cr." but three times per day, or do even domestic cattle, educated to three meals day, adhere to the custom when per- ted to range in sich pastures? Or do une-. eat smaller quan' itics and more fre- errn'nR ? Are the habits of either the " cattle or the dompstiatr-.l ta Ki fntn Vvet pertinent examples of the more judi- ?8 course to be pursued ? Cases may lx where the present custom ii niost convenient,sucn as the leedingof working cat- , . ., . , e i . . While their drivers arrat thiirmp:il Lnf l.. i ,v i V:.- 7 '.T , u,"c ?MrPJt '0 U9g CaUle" r'U or cattle not id use ? mind." Moss on Roofs. Wrlu,g Farme - speaks of a barn the farm of the editor of that paper 2W a ehingle rotf fifty years dd. the now appearing quite as brieht - in as good order as most shincle rjof "Got the end of one year. When built Bill." roof was coated with lime-wash tinted it" ochre fully charged with glue and Twcn'y years ago it was acain coat limc-washtinted with umber. alone would have answered ev purpose, all hough the appearanee not be so agreeable to the eve. wash beiog lin'eJ gives it more th of new shingles f,.?" advmiuieeo us.anl sine of lust. Tint nnnn tho m lini,,. ' ' 1 Cattlh Disease Come Aoai plenro DDenmonia. so fatal to cattle Massachusetts some two or three Years aeo. again made its armcarance in wvpral in the eastern part of that State. Legislature has appointed a commis sion investigation on the subject who has struck his colors to the row an evil habit, has surrendered himgelf enemy, bound by no articles of faith whom he can expect only the vilest in -.o-.l off the cloinir M ts before H..r." W est nuiarco saw oi weaK men put in great ( MlniT -u;m iaej were inio iiiue Eunices same .oi::, SL fords ..... ieri.P74d tena T'V ' great bases, made to appear the less' advancement " .onnoll'i Printer's Tax Bill. The following list of taxable articles, about to be intmrlmwl Washington bill has been furnished by "our own correspondent iConneaut Reporter Tor a subscription list of 500 subscrib- ere 5 centa onevery number iasu. Upon .v.. i .. r ha m .--- I, 3 TT ,litnr;nla m,-,--..! "a M. r eaitOnalS, Original, 3 cents pet line : UDOn stolen articles, 1 cent- ntxm tfrntrdiin . , . l V telegraphic news, true, 10 Cents, false, 5 cents for CV- it .i.j.i.h. KDta for everT . inch . contain. . mv.n;il. z ,f J. en. For JjT-Tj --. for ; 10 . . j,i;f,v ,i.i .Vf. . uiuvu tu wc aui swreu UUIV B lOUiKW). r . ,? marriage nouees inserted in a paper 1U Knta a UDe dut for license for a itor t r. ; io , t. i r. permission to look in the dictionary, 4 cents I . : i j .:.!.- v. for .C0Dy.. jf.v a daT. for the head for an idea, from I to 17 according to the ideas obtained ; I for permission to vute for Congressman 32 ! ,i o. . . i . cents, an outer state, national anu county 'officers, 31 cents; to lean the head on the hand, when tired, 11 cents a lean; for ask nests jng a min to take tLe paper 5 per cent per hundred; for going to bed before 9 o'clock w;,mnt rwrmiasinn fiom Mornheus. SS a month : far wanlcrinff in the land of dreams, 3 cents a mile; for asking your nl it slip, is aoin to have for hieik. fast. 2 cents a letter; for trading at stores which do not advertise, 75 cents a month ; for getting out of bed ''wrong end first" in the morning, a Sue of 99 cents will be im posed; for license to say "oh, shaw," $15 r m31lth ; fjr doinc as you would be done 25 a mouth , lor putting your panta rcrav i,i,,na nn , ti ewt..v. fx using lutin otwtations o) ctnts a line, etc., ct& aVil ::,, ' ''lt""K r n Jl1B Pvino SoLPiER.-We hare seen ?otL,DS from h ;" .f war more fto"ch-j DS "d sad to the Christian hcarf than le"e fmrn a devoted woman in a hospital not tar from the nation s capitoL She is tulwJ pous nur-e m all that asylum of ouiicnii uiauy ouiers ireauii" ii"iui y tue ., , . . , - , , . , , , r , , . c?mfor lfor th lod'.of thc wounde'1 anJ i sick soiuier. Mie wntes: , .... m . . , ct , ! he muffled drum and file have t , v : : ,i 4 i seem perfectly horrid; and why is it that I it- .t ,4-n ',i n can stand, even in the stillness of the night, , , ., , i , i, ,r,. t. aud close the dying eyes, lok after the era- an and t htve no fears, and have pnt:r(1 wntrftf nwp m,f, Js not tne Lord in all this? N hy is it that my pa tients are inquiring the way of eternal life ? just passed by mv window, and their comrades have carried to New York two beautiful young men, by whom I stood, and who in their dying hour clasped my hand and cried aloud for mother ! One of them was delirious and in his last moments uttered t-vt u Has not God said, "Ask and ye shall re ceive?" Will you ak the church to re member the dying soldier, as he offers Ttravers that are hreirt-rendin a ?" r - v. n9V. VPntnrPA ta piVp this extract to i forth dccper jDtercst alld moK earnest . . . . . ftlat (in,i mfl Kv his through thc apartments of pain and death, tn i v ,.tlms of a tprri war Christian physicians and attendants tinnmr thnm tn fho imh.if tinW Hnm. Record. X A Negro's Faith. A Virginia circuit preacher gives the following illustration of "faith that would remove mountains," which he heard from lips of a negro preicber, who was hold set forth to his congregation upon the sub they of obeying the commands of the Al and mighty: "Drcth'ren" he said in his broken way. ''trhatcber dc eod God tells me to do in blsssed book" holding up at the same an old and evidently much-read Bible "dat I m gwiue to do. Jf I see in dat, 1 jump froo a stone wall, I'm gwinc to at it it om froo it belongsto God at it 'longs to me. Simple aud homely as was the illustra. it had an evident effect upon the lira- com prehen don of the preacher's hcar- Great Telescope. Mr. Alvan of Cambridge, Mass., has construct ed an achromatic telcscojie, said to be the ln lDe Wjrld- I be gl3 has a fo- dlstance of twenty three feet and a di- ameterof eighteen inches. This telescope rem0VeJ "wth aiffioulties of sphericle cbron,at,c aberration, and shows the of the star3 as round uniform discs, any wings or wisps of lt dis- lhcir j aoblk Sbxtihent. In Alexander Hamilton s first political speech occur the beautiful words : The sacred i whts of mankind are not to rummaged for among old parchments or records: rUv nr.. xrr;tt :i, . ' . ' V - uutieam m the volume of human nature the hand of Divinity itself, and can be erased or obscured by mortal pow plan . . There is nothing like courage in misfor mi. es to faith iu God and iu his ov thcy providence, a man's faith in him- 13 hl3 salvation. It is the secret of all and succesj. It makes a man strong P'Hiard iron or elastic as the spring cious 3tec'- . mi, . "TIio. Ji.n i,- i mere John, thats twice youve come je J . auu Jorgotten the lard." "La. moth- " W that it slirl4d my gentleman SO oftnn annlrcn of in rnv. , .nvltc1 h with h'13 PM. has ottalned cnipolynicnt at a boiler manu with y" " m' ' anv t .i r i.t "X0. but IV. t i. "What's that" "A sovr.ro ool.f" ;'s that" "A severe cold." cinity opened On Which at found Teas Starch. SINS Nuts: LORD SHIRE !ound. town, the hit-h Star Whifkev. "Pike's Hourbon, medicinal Madcria. I also Old kimls Ijcillanl Also And Store. The uiy Cheese Vats! Cheese Vats!! T)MRYMEN: We arc confident we .T 1 ?" th Cheese Tat now offcrH cr..iU:'!'. -SvUcl some i.int.s of ronMrueli-.! . ik "V" Here l. fc . :.- ,,lllT n vat. 1. . l . t tu whey IT- Isi..ae"VheT 1 --. ...v ,lu la( , f,,, . Ji.!; rhei:"' . '. ".". ania lSOot Fnmi.l. I.-.. -;.i. " enouau m riiillllta niit llllli.t rairc hnvinv .l.n. )...- r i;-r, .. . "aer x :o Andorer. Ashtabula Co Feb. 21, lsS2-tf" T3UIL.DI1T LOTS. , ia "arren. shut over the o ,rrr- time . val.- Vh a toXZZXiZZ i p,dy ,.f hot water ... ". "iu"f: I Real ,u, armnireincnt. A so patented The ": " V!"ami""v.-1'. ' f 'he i"!st f , '. ! : f-r e.inreuienee and durnhiliiy arc not! M ."' any. other vat. Yua ahould sea thru .'?"' i u.io. !S TO T.F.T. Good desirable. Roiism a lA, -l - r Shot and Leather Store. Hartford llurttonl Conn. Total Total lar!' Apply of years Mrs. Allen's Dressing Circassian Oil Trieopheras Lyon's Katharion Sanford e Dressing do do do do do ATTENTION BATTALLION. HEAD-QUARTERS, ) River Block Dbco Store, V Warren, 0, Nor. 13, '6L j WE tbe nndersighed take pleasure in announcing to the eitiiens of Warren. ' mntt wilnifa t. . t L ' . 1 r i I 5.n,e?' Chemicals, Paints. Oils. Dye Stuffs. Dye Wood, e.. selected with mS care from reliable ' .E" House, and beg leave to submit the foi low land, iaf lisL Especially do we call tbe attention of Phy uu, ' o our new stock of Medicines, and invite i them to call and examine. . . Ko. j, StneU w73Sa Buraett-s Bocaine for the Hair Prof IViiod,' K.ti: i proi. n ooos ttestorauva do Mitchell's Handkerchief Extract, ' l,'"??n 'i1 s5a.p' ' SSE'wtaoW do do do Batchelors Matthews' 11 arrLuns Jayoea' 100 os Snlph. Quinine, 10 os dii Morphine, Merrills' Eclectic Preparations, Keiths' do do Tilden's Flnid Extracts. Pure lod. Potassa, do titrate ilrer. Painters' Diamond SnauldinKs' Olue A t'onfect'ns. ( hristadoros' llair Dye do do do do do do do do eamlins' Wizzard Oil enzine for Erasiu, uV Pure Medical Liquors, Kvrup lod. Iron, Chloriform, Giveerine. Pure Olive Oil, Silver Glass Starch Pure Pearl Starch," Bird Cages, t'od Liver Oil, Carbon Oil and Lamps. Lanterns. Hott's Pillls. Moffat Pill. -Boback's Pills. UraeOenburit Tillls, Modk-'k Pillj, liolloway's Pi!! Stale's PiU,, Hooper s Pill,, Clarke s PilU. n Price s Pilla, Cbeesman's Pills. Mutts Jron PilU, Wright's Pills. Stronr's Aene Pills, Aycr's Pills, Mcljnc's Pills. Bennett's Pills. liibbards Pills. B.indreth Pills. Spaul.linn's Pills. Jayue's Pills. Seller's Vermifuge, McLane's do Jaynes do ! .' Fahnertock's Vermifnire ' Van ltuesen's Wrm Confee'n'' do do ; do uo .nattiews liolloway's do Puttv. JlK'ully's Window Glass, Croton do do hand Paper. Burning Fluid, Alcbobol, Druggists' Furniture. Trasses. Spatulas, Catheters, Glass ynnites. Metal Syringes. Elastic Syringes, Breast Sumps. Pure Chrome fireen. Dry and iu Oil. do do do do do do Cnrome Yellow, erniillton. Drop Black, Venetian Red Y ellow Ochre, Red Lead. do do do do do do Solution Tin, iye Muns, itrie and Mnratie Acid- Sulphuric and Acetic Acid, Aqua Ammonia fl'h. Sweet Spirits Nitre. ulphunc Ether. ttcniole or ifaptha. a substitute for Turpentine. Japan arnish. Xo. 1 furniture Varnish, o. 1 Coach YarnUb, While Deniar Varnish, Asphaltuui Varnish, Pearl snow white Lead in Oils. Baltie " " Washington Fahnestock ... Washington Metal Zinc " Franklin Snow White Pure dry White Laud and Zine. Smith's Extra Paint Brashes, arnish Artist's Sash " Hair Tooth -Flesh Tanner's Oil Pure Liuseed Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Xeats Foot Oil. Mecea Refined Oil. Mecca Lubricating Oil, Tallow Candles. Steriue Sperm . Star Pure Saleratns, Pure Cream Tartar, Pure Sub Crab Sopa. X'ol Xutmegs, Mace, Citron, ZanteCurrants Cassia. Cloves. Span'shlndigo al : I E. G. B 0 0 T H, OULD most rcspcstfully an nounce to the citizens of Warren and vi in particular, and the rest of mankind (includ ing the " Mecca Oil Recion"! in Keneral, that he has a lare and carefully selected stock of CHOICE GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c? IX THE XEW BU1DDIXG, the corner of Main and Franklin Streets. WARKEX. OHIO. are offered at the lowest kind of prices, cither wholesale or retail. Among niy stock may be OLD JAVA. Ll'Gl IRA. AXD RIO COFFEE. Ground and fnitround. Raw and Refined Sugars of all kinds. Molasses. Honey. Syrup. Ac. tiroen and Black including The Best Tea In Town. SPICES of all kinds, Ground and I nfrronnd. Candles. Couiinou and Fancv Soan. RAI by the Box. !. liox, Box. and single pound. Currants Firs, Dates. Fancy Candies: all kinds of Catsup, Pickles, Hroma. Y'east Powders. WARDS ChLLUKA 1 fcD WORCESTER SAL'CE. Also, Soda, half bbl. and sinitle ine tet r me lut newing li.iiacco in by the lb. or bbl. Also. Smokinc Tobacco by or bbl. lb. Various kinds of CDJARS, among may be found the Common Half Spanish, Long Johns, of tna est Zouave, Henry Clay, Ktlian Allen, GianW Victorias, e A-e. Among my Liquors may be found 100 bhls. of including the celebrated Mountain Dew. Magnolia." Irish. Scotch, "old Rye." Old Old .Monongahalia. aud Salt River Bour bon. All the best kind of Brandies for cooking, and mechanical punoscs. Among my WINES may be found Port. Malaga, Claret, and Champagne, the latter in bas kets containing nuart. pint aud half pint botticx. have a superior article of Holland tlin and loin twin, Jamaica Kum, lumers dincrent of Syrups, and Wolfs Scheidain Schiiapiis; s itum I'liucn. .uorning t.all. AC., Ae. among my stock may be found 100 KEG8 OF WHITE LEAD, And CO Kegs of Snow White Zinc, all other articles usually kept in the Grocery above goods were bought to be sold, and if prices are any inducement, please call and ex amine before purchasing elsewhere. ApriU.lSol.j E. G. BOOTH. Cash Cash insure We which are tt TIN:S. Jan. mmmm i a the SEMIN Sexual Xot. M".! with well As pttrchivte are hi Ail fiatl it AU All practical wftrrantetL B rttvoa. nairb tbe tnl to My. An dtance Warren. Keml-Annnal Statement o. 103. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 3032,002.90. Mau Ul, 1SGI. JS 79,588 7? CPTON This Railway parlienlar Travelins Jan. l.'i llll Ill i rrh !tenj- Estate ""ares nariioru liana oiixkj 274.s.i liu i rtt New York l isCjt oo B-wton " " ll).7.V M J in "her . " " 5H.Ui uO , . Street, numT..iiui-i.ic on .nd 3!i.7ii0 Ul) j ee 3ii.7AI tsj j attention X. Ha von R R fn-Stork City Bond. - River Co. fc H. R. Co. Stock Assets.-.. laabilitica........ detaiI of inTe8tmen". ee mall Card Circu- Insuranees may be effected in thia old and sub stantial Company on very favorable terms. to I. Is. I' I LLKK, Af 't, Dwcllinaa and Farm Property iniarod a term 4,oU UO lace or Silk pms cleaned . .1 s at very low rate. IS. 1801-ly Warren, times on snop. Cars. April NEW STOCK OP SPRING AND SUMMER . BOOTS AND SHOES. IEXJ1XI.Y fRASAOI, HAYINGJiEMONED TO SO. 12, Market Street. Warren.thio. one door east of K. II. Bamum's Hardware Store, is now prepar ed with tbe largest stock of Sprinc aud Sumuu-r BOOTo A: )lloh., ever brought t this market. It it well known that we are the oldest aud niott exie rienced Boot Makers in Warren, and use the best naterials that can be obtained for cash, and are wniinir to warrant an work male to order, and will sari at the prices, quality considered. Ladies and wenui tunia BQDoer isooim. Solo Leather, Findings. Jtc constantly on baud. Mi-Don't forcet the place. May 17, '61 BRICK, rpiIK Subscribers a i BRICK. will keen always i on hand, at their yard, one mile south and one mile east ul the I entre of Bristol, a supply of B I v a A . H DRAIN TILE. Persons wanting these articles will do well to call and see for themselves, as we think we hve rior article of each kiud. The Tile rn trm six lncnes in cnuore. The t-iibscnbcrs own the Trnmhull Connty P.isht, to Mattice & Pcnficld s Sniierior Tile Machine! which crim'.s the clav and makes the Til. t eration. We will sell Townshin It ia ,f ti, t,. eastern and two southern ticr of townships in 'his county. - K. T. FISNEY. Jt SON. liruioi, j uiy 4, nt GREAT CURE! Hit. I cLAMt'." AHTI-RHETJMATIC BAKD, g THE ONLT SNOWS BKMEDY FOR and .Venrnlgia, and k si'RK crac rB All ilEUlTllIM DISEASES. Tt is a conveniently arranged Band, eontaininjr a medicated cmonni, to lie worn around the Waist, without injury to the uui..t drli- ente persons, no chanae in habit.-' of livin Li reguir. "'! '' enl,rc,-T re'uoves the disease from thesys- tern, witnoui protiucma iiir injurioiui ciiecis arisins; from the useof powertul intermit medicines which weaken ami ilcstroy ine coiiMiiuuon, aim eive Icm ! porary relief only. By this treatment, tbe medicin I properties contained iu the Band come in eon ' tact with the blood and reaches the disease, through the pores l ine sain, meeting in crcru in.iance a perfect cure, and restores the parts afflicted to a healthy condition. This band is also a most power I ful ASTi-MnacrauL agent, and will entirely re I lievc the system from the peraict'on effects of Mer- Icory. Moderate cases are cured in a few days, and we are eonstanlly receiving testimonials of its elli eacy in aaaravated eases of long standing. Price .no. to De nan oi truttKiis Kcuerauy, or can be sent by mail or express with full directions for use. to any part of the country, direct from the Principal Office KO. i'Jl BROADWAY, Xew York. G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors, U. B. Deacrtptira Circulars Sent Free fsfXgenls WanUfl Lvt-ijruUerv6jf For Sale by Iloyt A Stratton. Warren. 0. Tea. SO, lHSI-ly.J BY STATE AUTHORITY? First Class Fire Insurance ' BY THE 1NEW ENGLA1ND INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital $310,000 Assets. tJan. 8. I.Sol.) ilb.lO 3S WI11TTLKSEY ADA1S. Asr't. May 24, lS.il. Warren. Ohio. i i NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD, CONN. Chartered Capital $.vm.0nt Capital . :i.lJ0 WHITTLKET ADA MS, Ag'f. JIay24.1S61. - Warren, Ohio. NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE CO, NORWICH, CONN. Capital -.. $3VM) Chartered May, 1803. as been doinji business nearii' Lrir years, and has always paid its losses nromotlv. The Norwich is tbe oldest company rep- I resented by any Agent in Warren. The citizens of Trumbull county will find it to their advantage to their property iu this long tried and respon sible company. WHITIXE.SET ADA JIS. Ae't. Jan. 15, 'Gi Warren. Ohio. "-""VVy Has .L NEW FIRM & HEW GOODS w. N. & V. F PORTER am receiving their new stock of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY. DOW I and have also a large stock of CI1 ILHREXS' TOYS, will be sold wholesale and retail. Ourfricnds invite! to call aud see our stock. Oct. Zi. '61. W. X. ii W. F. PORTER. VALENTINES ! ! TUST Jici-eived from Xcw Yi large and splendid assortment of V.J of ail kinds Wholesale and Retail. ork a ALEN- 2 Tii. W. N. A W. F. 1'OKTEB. INSURANCE AGENCY. L K FULLER, Agent, Odice, Jameson's Huilding, c L Warren. May Hi. ISfiO-tf Market Street. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Pbila delphia for lr llrlirf of th- .SiVi- .m-i IH trem.1. njjiirlrH trilk Virulent ami Chronic iVisetiscs Sstil flrpoa.. Jlcdicol Advice given Gratis by the Acting Sur geon. aluahlc REPORTS on SPERMATORRHOEA or AL WEAKNESS, and other Diseases of the Onran. and on the XEW REMEDIES em ployed in the Dispensary, siut iu sciilcd letter envel opes free of eharire. Address Db. J. ShlLI.IX HOLC.IITON, Howard Association. 10. 'fil-tf men J JJ o PIAXOS! PIANOS!!! ket Street, Empire lSiock, nr. now receivinc Piauos from funr difFcrcut manufactories. nniahtMl to the mt beautiful styk. all the latent impruveiueuttf iu the action a as the rases. we ire u4 atrcntu for nnr innnnf;iHnrcr. but all onr iutrumrntit mostly for Cash, we 1 aiiie to pell thtin, in tact, cheaper tuan Uicy eun rKmcht at retail in New York. person wis hi nit to purchase a poo. Piano, will to their own interest to call uu us beture pur ck.tin; at wime other place. kiniid of musical instruments taken in cx ckan?r. kind: of intrumenU tunel antl repatrei. hy a Piano maker, in good stvle, anil all work lec. itl, 'frJ B UJIIAL CASES A full assort ment of METALIC IH'RTAT.CASESitiat re- 1 hfie t.am.n being icrtcttly ntr-ttpkt, rery retard ilceonitMifition. and entirely prevent eeate of any otleii!ivc r-.is: anil are well ailali- the preservation and Lran.-iiortation of the , I ajwortment always on hmtl. OrJrrs from a I promptly attended to. THl ESDELL A T0WXSEXD. 0 Jans 15, 1S". cr K THE ARCII UNION." THIRD. STREET A HOVE Philadelphia. S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. Hotel i eentral. Convenient hy Passenrer and in every far to all part of the t'itv adaitei to the eomfort and wants of the I'uhlie. TerniH, l,SO per lair. Hl-ly Frederick Cyriax,' uvut V r pitv v i I- CLEVELAND CI T , French I je- and Cleanimr Establishment, No. K. Sene- (near St. tiair) C leveland. Ohio. Ijuli.-.' t.entieincn aarmeuta. si Iks. satins, merino dvr.1 and finished in superior style. Particular given toelcauinircrapeaudbrochashawhi. k XXX a) mm VfE mild Ecb. N damask curtains, kid kIoycs. pi Dresses. Mantillas, Coals, Vrati witnout ripping. umes. etc. esta and Panta. Iee. a, '61-6m. U.VIOX PUMP FACTORV. iTONE PUMPS of the vcrv best quality manufactured at the X'nion Factorvaat where purchasers can be supplied at all aa accommodating terras aa at any othea rumps to wnoieeuia dealers delivered at the No Drayace. 21, 1L KEUBES JiT1 T Tl day of apply of the Wall your C 1861. NEW YORK STORE FIFTEENTH OPENING OF NEW GOODS auDsenbers aro this Spr.ne of fimN .mhU";. .r" n,.','oice. stock and ,uali,y. BeaidS UlSSf style PANIC PRICES. ieh :? A" Aern without we "iiS'iKSr W1" r'i ,oJ ,he "rim t r4,m?.?. i mor"',y tn nc'P sustain this rood tiov-duT-e RZ?'! U i-Jof,,ro- cured. "uu cueese in quantity wHen Warren. May 1-lth. '01 TEUTIFUL DUESS GOODS. -mr iii.iv rui'i.ixs till.K t;i!FXAI)TES. Ji'V..l.tJ(i( KS. BAKEliE AXi;LAIS llr.-K PAIL DE TITEVRES. PKIXTED 6K(!A.iIKS. I IN TED JACOXETS. PR ri CUALLYS. Acie. SPPtV' rirM i.r. liil-Mx CLOAKS aild JJITSTPP5 I.ACE MAXTILL.-! 1311,1,3 XEW YORK STORE. KTltt 11H-)'AC1'' ARABS. ?u .L,,'A A-N" -MoZAMlSIol'E eimn i rape Axii BLAt k snn1 A.X D DLMi.lt (Jiji ,i ,.s A- Trimiuinss. tW iyRK SiUUE? BKOCIIE CLOAK TICir DRESS SILKS, -IV SMALL FIGfREP SILKS o. a hi. ( 1 1 Kt K E 1 1 S I LK.! 1 i ? ',KS Fot'LARDS, . cnu tower men ever. -fc YORK STORE. "RvtTS AXD SHAKERS, -"ii'l.Mi HATS. IF VV'IS'II ITS RICH iiiivvl'Vim,.,:!:!.1? UAls FLOWERlcilS;- SEW Y0R STORE. ? A CAPS, PREXCI1 AXD ENGLISH FANCY' CAF;?MKRPTSf ESOLISII D0ESKI3T. ve i l7,' IMfcREs. for men and hovs' wear In WwlenGooJswechallenirentition .xew York store. T EADY MADE d'-OTIIIFG. A CaV.an,ro"LK'f-in".ll,',in':,,: "nalitie, of Linen oats ami Sacks for s ile chesn at the -NEW YORK STORE. 9A AAA YAKDS Bleached an Brown Shirtinys 6li cents- worth 'EW YORK STOKE. 20,000 YA TiDS Fast Color Prints fi'i cents worth Wi XF.VV YORK STORED CARPETING. All grades from a hillina stripe, to Royal Wilton. We keep largest stock in the count v. and -cll fheelret. NEW YORK. STOKE. TRAVELING In great raricty. DRESS GOODS. XEW YORK STORE. EMBROIDERIES, LACES, TRIM J MINOS, RIBBONS, Also French Artificials Bridal Wreaths of surpn-ing beauty. XEW Y-ORK STORE. S' KELETON SKIRTS. Bradly'i "TIP TOP" .M Hooi. Al-o Skirt uIIorlera, XEW iuRK SiOP.K. I I dL-c;ise we Miss few this tJia U Cl'RT.1 ROIDERED Lncoar.J Muslin AINS.' Rich (lilt Shades for PI. XEW YORK STORE. ACIv SILK " Bischoff" &! Ijonnal " the best in ne. EV YORK STORE. OTTON HOSE AXD LIXEX HANDKERCHIEFS. G'i cents. XEW YORK STORE. a. r I iuv-c Sofas, Cane short, Loat. A lt- nRENCII CHINTZ TRIXTS. Also Mcrrimae and Cocheco. XEW YORK STORE. 17AS1II0NABLE AT.S Broad way Style also Soft Hts and Fur Cans for and boys. XEW YORK STORE. "DOOTS k SLTOES aro cheaper, aud for the cheapest go to the IL CLOTHS For Floors, Stairs Jt Tables all the width. IS'EW YORK STORE. in fmni Mil. TV kinds to Dec. IIOWX SHEETINGS. G cents. XEW YORK STORE. PAPER GLASS HANGINGS, LOOKING AStfE.S, SHADES. .Mff 10KK. STOKii. CUOCE -Atw liOCKEKY AND GLASSWARE. holesaleajid Retail percent cheap- than eUcwhvre. xevv vokk store. GOLD SETS BANDED CHINA TEA ETS. VEW YORK STORE. U.MR RE EAUS. ELLAS AND TRVELING HEW YORK STORE. QUGARS AND jtnlc and Rctai Table Syrup. SYRUPS, Whole- ttle below eomnetition SEW YORK STORE. GOOD SUGAR MILLS, for Grind ins Sonrhum for sale. SEW YORK STORE. Late Made Cheese Wanted. will Pay the highest market priee in Giih for anv amonnt late made soft Cheese. jtcl'UMBS X SMITHS. 5, til-tt TOTICE. Notice is hereby riven that land warrant Xo. for 0 acres of land issued to me on the 3Hh Nov. has been lost, and that I intend to to the Commissioner nf Pensions for a reissue lost warrant. CYXTH IA HUTCHIXS. Vienna, Trumbull Co, Ohio, Feb. 5, lS6J-6w WALL PAPER Now openingt Porter's Bookstore, a larre and choice lot of Paper and Borders. Please call soon and make Sprinc selections. W. N. k W. F. PORTER. URISTIAN HYMNS Just ree'd from the publishers a food stock of the above fa.U2 W.K.AW.r.POBIEB: found as sale, and Those by ner, Cab an W ' I 'lie 1 lic that ine woramen Tn large uot Will experienced can give ae any IP ' best IF best IF fF L call on cash. and can Location Warren, be open t . attention of an Sept. STEAFfl CARRIAGE FACTORY. wwu m ur UAAAI,, Warren, Ohio. Having lately ex tnalueiiTa a t..m ".f"",,n"na my aireauy extensive (miiumrs. as well as .,f .il!l?.T !?. m "f ""o ll kinds of machinery adapted to the business, b vr. V",c ,uuor are enected. bereby aflord nr fscil tiea for ......... i ... , HDIB Or l.f. tended and improv- i ereeting new ones, m T which a rrreat sarins m .TIllV..tiiTn. n .1 allinv . It tlT an increased nutih ..' K. i. . i r """"t wimoui sucn auvaotaitea. ana empioyur " . ' Dunin" the very best workmen in the country, many of wh..m .r, ri,r t fi om the tl- . At my Kepositones may of which is warranted in every extern manufacturer,. Anion, my st.k of " inishi " Z,""""" CIURIOTEES I ous styles and pricaa. BAKOITHZS. j e x ji y u x its. """" Ma nuun- ;.R.IJA,il" five patterns slide seat. bLLklL.S, .ii;7 t . l"T 0w, workmen in the country, many of wl era cities, I am now prepared to make and turn off A BLGtit PtR DAY found at all times the best assortment of finished work Tin the eiuntry- all" . IZZTtl'L- -"fk- "i". durability .d fi" sh. iTSot to 'be su AUn T.fVPPP r 1 r .- x-o i . .- . , nUh to order any style of wheeled vehicle', on the Si'lOKTES f ixoilCK. ..... u, uuius, are rcquexioi 10 call anrt see for themselves. .T' ' .e.n',!",L,0.V,'t"m. w ork Kepairiug. Paint in, and Trimminr done on short notice, and .X K-.lll.Unia' UlIiUiv-rrK " DEMOCRATIC TAGOSS. tiAZELLK. Tlr-ioX. liOX BCtJtJIES. etc.. etc. .M y present facilities enable me to far- i'ersona webiug anything m in styles to suit the moat fastidious. vt arren, April lj, Uwo. H. C. BELDEX. GR2EF EN BE KG " FAMILY MEDICINES. 4r?,pr,tT?re' unJer t,le immediate supervision of skilllul Phvdlciaa. and thnv nmw h ... :.. an cac. The intellijrence of the community is not insulted by the otter of a single medicine which claims tn cure all DistisKS. but the Gra'fcnbcr Remedies connsts of eleven ditferent meilii ines. all uuequailed in the cure of the d Uexi fur which thv ,r. r..n mended, among which may be selected one anpro- pnate to any of the diseases uiudent to this eouutry and clini ite. i TI1K (JR.EFEXBERtl VEGETABLE PILLS Price 'lr cent.-. j till.r.FfcX BERG ITERIXE CATHOLICON is an inliill.ble remedy for all Female diseases I ICC .-i ma int. lltKINE CATHoUCOS will also cure t.iavel. diseases of the Kidneys, urinary didi- t T1I E tiR.EFENBERtf SARSAPARILLA is by lar the most powerful aud ethcacious compound iu ii-e l'i iee Si. "T1IE (iH-F.FEX'BERG DY'SEXTERY STB. P is a certain and quk-k remedy for all diseases ot the boirely Price sl cents. Til E liR.Er ENBERG PILE REMEDY nev er fails to permanently relieve thia dLitressuig dia-ea--e Price si. THE GR.F.FENBERG CHILDREN'S PAX ACb.V is an invaluable compound in ail diseases in-' cident to children. -TIIK 1 ; R.KFEXBERG FEVER AND AGFE REMEDY is a sovereign specific for this particular Price nil cents. -THEGR.EFEN BERG GREEN MOCXTA IN OINTM EXT excels all other salves in its curative elTects Price 2 cents. THE GR.KFEXBERG CONSrMPTIA'E'S BALM ationls the most astonishing relief in all pul monary complaint: Price t3 a bottle. "An emi nent Phyieian of Xew York, states that he has known the Gnvfenberg Consumptive's Balm used wuh great success in Dropsy. Our own experience substantiates bis ratemenf. -l'HE tiR.KFENBERU HEALTH BITTERS are the nost pleasant and dclujhtiul tonic ever pre pared Price 5 cents. "THE GR.F.FKXBERG EYE LOTION is nn parallcll in all infianimation or dUeasca of the eye Price 25 cents. none Tr-sTwoxr, Mr. II. B. Ktxr.si.rr Dear Sir We feel it a du ty we owe to the public, to state that Marshall's Ca- tholieon is a medicine invaluable for complaints classed under the head of Female DUeases. We have used your tincfeiibcrg Medicine and have been greatly benefited thereby, so much so, that were the price double we would have them. To the thou sand of our sex who are suffering from weaknesses, would recommend the Catholicon as a sure pan acea. It gives strength to the system and enables each of the oreans of the h.Hy to ierform their ap- propruiie luuciious, .o rs. i . . .a rvir.lv. -Mrs. E. E. WEEKS. Mis C.S WORMS'! KIT. Medina. March 1. 18fil. JThc above named I,alic we re fersooally aquuiuUMi with, anU know that fur everul year; wniie we iivM iu 3leiina. they were irreat sunercn. . ha. Ihvu i" bailiy alHit-tetl that it was with ttiiiiculty Uc wix able tu tand upon her feet. A bottln of ( atholieou entirely cured her of her complaint.". My wile eceived rreat benefit from lueilicine. n e reerminen! it to the Ladies of ooanty aj ft afe aond elticieut remedy for tarn many coiupiaiuu tne4 re suojeet to. Et or Caulield Herald. Feb. 19. 1S61. H. B. KIXGSLEr. Oeveland. Cabinet Ware and Chairs. NEW FIUII and SEW GOODS. TaUK-SDCI l O. T. TOWX3SD. TKI LSDELL A TOWXSEXD. (At the well-known stand of A. Trnesdell.) HA VE entered into a partnership for the manufacture and sale of -CABINET i;N I'll UK and I'll AIRS in all their various va rieties, and have now on hand and aro receiving a arsoriincm.consistiiiK in part, or Extension Tables, TcieaTctes. Ccutre Mahogany Rinkcrs. Card l.;i.-y tiiairs. iin;nr Sjii'iuir Scat Chairs. Breakfast . ScM Cnairs.agrcat variety, Kitelieu V'ood Seat " " " Writina Cottaec p , . ,.,i. I Common French ( Ctca-ls. rrundl What-Xots, Cureaus. Bnok-Casvs. licsks, Wash Sianils, Pictiiro-lrams, Cribs, Cniillcs, etc. In cvervthiinr unally kept or called for at afur niture ctahib.hincnt, will be found or manufactur ed at satist:cwry prices. Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and Furniture carefully racked and delivered at Cars or COFFIXS, lanre a"Fortinent alwp.ys on band, and made to onteratail times. A Hearse furniiietl when re- qinrcil. are Loouia on Jllau St near R. R. I)t ilay 18, IS.9. as s. 8. 8. 8. XEW PHOTOGRAPHIC AMBSOTYPE ROOMS, RIVER BLOCK. Over E. E. Iloyt Jc Co s Store, now. in eucce&ttui operation, where he L prepared to do all kinbof work Uie different s'ylex of rt. Photographs taken the smallest to the larjreut size. Especial at tention civen to the ropy ine and euiarfrimr to any )UV I'AhLMittMnil'fcrt ana A.M15UO- PES. Ambroty pes of all size taken, and in all of weather, ily lipht b such ns to enable me take tbe pictures of cuihlren ot aimoet any age. P;itronaireof the public solicited. Charge for work reasouiiij.e. 00-tf l L. LeROY. WESTERN RESERVE Carriage Factory. Proprietor desires to inform his friends and patrons, that he may now be on Liberty street, south of tho Bank, where, formerly, he is manufacturing to order, and for Carriaa-es and liiixiries of every description; will constantly kep on hand a good assort ment of the most approved styles, which for mate rial, substantial workmanship and elegance of fin ish, shall not be surpassed in this section of Ohio. wanting a vehicle of any kind, will do well giving Die a call, k they can scarcely fail in be in? suited either in stvle. ouaiirr. terms or nrice. Painting and Triniuiing done iu a superior man and at prices that will give satisfaction. will be paid, and good prices, for the best of Kinds sccomi rrnirrn carriage lumber. arren, .April '.W. E. K. WISELL. Boots and Shoes for AIL unuorsiirneu Davinfr again re- Slimed business, resneetfullv informs the nnb- he is now prepared to furnish goods in their at mo eneapesc rales. Having experieneea nc is prcparoa to execute all orders tor BOOTS, SIIOKS and GAITERS, BOYS and MISSES WEAK ! every style and variety. Having received i lot of goods from the East, they are determin ed to be undersold by any in this business. CUSTOM WOIK, always receive prompt attention, and having workmen, we flatter ourselves that we as gooa saiistaction as to wora ana pnees of our competitors. D. ii. WAKR tN,. you want to buy the finest and fitting Ladies' Gaiter Boots, call at WARREN'S. yon want to buy the finest and fitting Gentleman's Boots, call at WARREN'S. you want anything in tha way of Youth's or Infant's Shoes, call at WARREN'S. ypu want to buy any articles usually kept in first clnss Root and Shoa R tores. Warren and save 3) per cent, by purchasing for Warren employs none but good workmen, warrant his work to give good satisfaction. on -Market St., near the bank. Jan. '6J-t. D. H. WARRE5. DK. A. E. LYMATi, DENTIST, of Newton Falls, would inform his friends of his return to hU resi dence at the former place. Hia oflioe will Berea ter to those who need the service of a skUlful .. ti . . i . i r.il r.,r fMTors in tormar i... kn. a muntK.n. hv a strict personal to hja profession, to merit the co lindanes J enitgnt enea puouc IS, ldOL S. All ties In alogue at all where than suau and opposite Aug. A front on the failing ot and of W Refined "COR I Man Jan. every offered would articles We Depot, S. W. PAJIK, SrcCESfsOB TO 0. H. PATCH & CO, IS NOV7 OFFEEING HIS Iramorfso Stools. or CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR FOR PRICES CASH.' 1 1 REGARDLESS OF COST DV!?Z?i?"trmw,t. th. Peo em at prices to Suit The Times! OUR SPRING AND SUMMER Stock is now on hand and beinir opened, eoni prisine m extent, variety and quality of Uoods, a COMPLETEXES8 uneqnall-d by any other establishment in the west and the prices ninuina a little above tin vast Job bina Homes of Xew York nt li.t. In connection with our former Carriage Trade wa have recently added " CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprisiriy MKKW&, HI US. FELIOKS Sl'OKES, BAN 1)3, BOLTS," an.l everything of best Stuff toetherwith all th inn neetitul to build all style, of Carnage from" wheelbarrow np - W bile speaking of Carriage Hardware we would further mention to CABRIAGE BUILDERS the fact that at onr sew noons market street, opposite Court House, we have some EXTRA AXLES not heretofore kept in this marlct. such aa SMITH'S CASE U SE. IVES' " - 4PT TOMLINSOS-S SWELLED COLLAR, ete. which are regarded by all Eastern Manuiaeturera being superior to anything in use. W. PARK WILL JOB IROy WILL Jul! AXLES. W ILL JOB SPRlXiiS WILL JOB BROADCLOTH. WILL JOB DAilASKS. W. PARK WILL RETAIL IIARNESS. W ILL RETAIL COLLARS. WILL RETAIL WHIPS, W ILL RETAIL IVORY RINGS WILL RDTAIL SADOLKS 3 W.PARK SEALS FN 0TL CT.OTTT. DEALS IN OIL ENA.M EL CLOTH. DEAIjl IX IH)R M A f S. DEALS IX TRl'XKS. DEALS IX CARPET BAGS. W. PARK MANrFACTTRES FTNE HARXESS. MAX I'FACTI KES DRAFT DO. I 51 AN I FACTl'RES bRII"LES, JlAMLUIlKtS H A Ll E RS. ilAX LFACIL RES SIRS1XULE3. T. PARK REPAIRS TIAMES. REPAIRS SADDLES. REPAIRS TRUNKS. REPAIRS CUSHIONS. KEPALK. -YU1PS. 7. PARS TTouM call tha attention of CARRIAGE MAKERS TO HIS LARGE STOCK OP WELL SELECTED Broadcloths, Ixdia RrBBita Cloths. Floti Bcck, lx i JIt sux, Ik. Moxkco, IILL. MOLISKIX. Dreg, Iia.sh Lkatrek. Rfd Plcsh. Ex'l do. tiKEgJ DO. BOSS. DO. silk Lacs. Cctais Xigbts. I.KXT STICI9, CaRRIAGS KsOttS. )mipSkkets, , Top Props. Dash Rods, Sil. Joints. Bcck ram, etc- ete. of which we keen constat t ! v on hnd in nmnt. to suit any purchaser aud at prices . DEFYING COMPETITION. conclusion allow ns tn add tht th K.,- embraces but a small portion of our Extensive Stock times on exhibition at oar NEW ROOMS, we are selling at L O WEB JI A TES ever for Cash, to suit th inwHi r;i &ml oe uappy to receive our OLD CUSTOMERS laake new ones, at XABKET STREET, Court House. S. W. PARK, (scccassoa to a. a. rarcu Sc co.) 1861. For Sale or Kent. small House and Lot at the cen tre of Johnston, in thia county. There ia a room, a kitchen, two bed rooms and a buttery first floor, and two good rooms in the cham ber, all well done otf. a good cellar, aud a never well of water. There u &hui 1 . r n land, a very convenient house for a small family, will be sold cheap. If not sold by the first day April next, it will be for rent. Kanaire of tha AUIO-S ii. WEUB. arren. 0 Jan. 2. ISCi Sltea Oil & Casel. Ct-al Oil SALK to dealers at inanufac- turers prices, at tie Hardware HendoBarters, arren. O. 3. til WARREN PACKARD. KNOX FRUIT FARM NURSERIES. SXAIL rtVIT. OTJKStotk of Jnants tor the Spring Trade U large, fine and thrifty, comprising article kept in a first class Nursery, and are at such prices as we think will compare fa vorably with any other reliable establishment. We invite particular attention to the following selected from our catalogue: GRAPE-VISES. BT.ACKBERRIE3 STRAWBERRIES. CURRANTS. GOOSEBERRIES,. PEACHES. RASPBERRIES. RULlnRB. have opened a Seed Store and Horticultural at o. 29. Fifth Street, where all articles be longing to such an establishment can be had. Cat alogue and Price List ent to all applicanta. Addrass, a aval ox Feb.26.ei Box 155, Pittsburg. Ponna.