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TO MY DOG JOWLER.
iorter. llny Ve taxed you. honest friend. Aaaeased you. put you in the roll ; To exile every do; they'd send laleas ome.fweud will pay his polL 5," "1,t" rood, flie rascals meant Betwixt iu two to breed a striie. ""yeyou into banishment. Or bribe your friend to take jour life Bx JoT!c don' 5"o be alarmed ! f poLtieiaua do nenlect vou. Vonloand their tax ! you shan't bcharuird : 1 kkow your worth, and I'll protect ou! But taxes, by the constitution. Convey the riyht to represent : ?UI y 'Mstauie resolution. Mifciu just as well as lucu be sent. "S-T' d0 nd men. an;l voters hear. That Jowler's put in nomination. To bo, upon the cowing year. Aud aid in public legislation. Jowler, beware of demairoirue!. Keep clear of the aiiiioritv: Take ear o smell ot oilier doss And vote with the majority ! ,A..Povic CocRT.-The prisoner .me was Swivel, alias Stove name .was Swivel, alias Stove Pi was placed at the bar: Jdgte Bring the prisoner into court j. cicio. xxcre i am. couua to tilaze, the turpentine said when it was all on fire. We will take tic fire out of you. How do j?u live? I ain't particular as the oyster said when tLej asked him whether Le,d be roasted fried. We don't want to hear what the oyster aid. or the turpentine. AVhat do you fol low? Anything that comes in my way was as cam wncn ne run over a man. Don't care anything about the locomo tive. What's your business ? That's various as the cat said when she r stole the chicken. That comes nearer to the line, I sup . Pose. ... . . Altogether in my line, as the rope said , when chokine the Dirate. ii I near any more absurd comparisons will give Ton twelve months. l m done as the beefsteak said to the cook. Nightingale A Tkuk Soldikr. jis3 -.tella the following: I remember a sergeant who was on pick et, the rest of the pickets killed, and him self battered about the head, stumbled lack to camp, and on his way picked up . Mounded man, and brought hitu ou shoulders to the lines, where he fell down insensible. When, after many hours he recovered hie pcdscs I believe after trepan sing hia first words were to ask tftcr Lis comrade. "Is he alive." "Comrade, indeed : yes, Le is alive ; it tie GcncrsL" At that moment, the General, though badly wounded, appeared at the bedside. Oh ! General, it's you, is it, I brought in ? I'm so glad. 1 did't know your hon or; bat if I'd known it was you, I'd have .tared you all the same." Tbe Nashville Union quotes the follow ing "pome" from the Memphis Appeal, and adds the pertinent comment which is ap pended: Burn the cotton I horn the cotton ! L.et the nolenin triumph rise. Fajin'd by Freedom's lireatli. it. white wins Spreads ber buiiner to the ?kic. "Xlett the bell" is but re-echoed O'er oar rallcy's gathered pride. Lay the cotton ou the alter U here our loved have uolily died. Ob you brute, we told yon so ! Yon set fire to that cotton and melted all tlie prct ty UUtt ? Oh dear! Bald Hkads. Alonzo was taken to cbnrcb for the first time. The services Lad not began. Deacon Wells, a bald beaded man came; Aloozo looked at him curiously. Mr. Ostrom came down the aisle, and be bad no bair where the bair oght to grow, Alonzo was nuc:y. Squire Jones, as bald as mount Diane, walked in, and Alonzo could hold in no longer. In a clear, ringing little voice, be cried: "Oh, ma,ma! there comes another man with a skinned bead 1" A Swabm or Bees on a Han's Head. A most singular incident occurred in Bridge water a few days since, illustrating the peculiar habits of bees. Mr. A. P. Benson. Boticing an unusual stir among hi hives, proceeded to examine into the cause, whereupon an entire swaim withdrew from their old hive, and settled upon his head and shoulders. Mr. I!., without any scri- inconveniencc, succeeded in transferring the warm safely to a new Live Goiso to Ridx TrtESE. The other day ia a village in the west of England, a man of large fortune died, and directed in Lis will that his horse should be caparisoned and led to bis grave and there be shot and buried with him, that be might be ready to "mount at tbe resurrection and start to ad vantage." This was actually performed. A man who had a scolding wife, being willing to excuse her failings, when called upon to give some account of her habits aid character, said she was pretty well iu gen eral, onlj subject at tlmc3 to a bicaking out of the mouth. Joset being rather remiss in Lis Sunday school lessons, the teacher remarked : "Why Joscy. you have not a very good memojy, have you T "Xo, ma'am," said he hesita tingly, "but I have got a first rate forget Uryt Coxo'dkcm by a lady Why arc some . voune ladies like Simon Peter and his brother? Because they are "fishers of men." Yes, and some of them make mighty poor hauls. I 0i Mu Josks. "BiJdj. I wish yon would atep over and see Low old Mrs. Jones ia thia morning. Eiddj went and rei nrn ed, tajing Mrs. Jones was just 72 years 7 moDtha and 2 dajs old. Poirs asd Pcllets. Mrs. Partington aaja there mast be some sort of kin between poeta and pullets, for they arc both alwajs chanting their lays. How odd it ia." said Pat, as he trudged , alone on foot one hot sultry dav. " that a - . - . . Comfort. A young officer writing from Korfolk eava, after sleeping in brocks and ponds and swamps, it really seemed . good to he down on the paving stones. man niver meets yttj that hei." team going the same It is merit and not title, which glvi s im portance. It is usefulness, and not gran deur, which makes the world happy. TThy is a peace man like a justice of the mm1 TW-nm nn rants about war. and ihe other issues wir-ranls. l.. t.. c-j v, !. A M wbo ? V fined .?y l.Le magutnte agun and again, be considerca a jefiutd man ? It tie toast be, dear woman," as the iorfer aia, when hia landlady was about ---teienwrethe plate. TO MY DOG JOWLER. Pears,-The Slimy Slug. n , , . Um; of the worst enemies with which cultivators of the rar hive to contend the "Slimy Su'" (Scliadrla Tl.... 11 1 . t 'in geuerauj iuukc their appearance vast numbers, locating upon the upier of the leaf, and cat it uutil it presents appcarauec of a piece of coarse muslin, 1,0 but the fibres beim; lift. Con-extuontlv ey cnrrle the tree, and ditr, l... if uot immediately fheckoil. In 'immr. eigthto half anion in length. Whale ;i To,. i- 1 "d1"- "uait 011 soap. arIilieJ with a cirden svnnw 1 ii c . r;w th anee they very much resemble the tadpole. are of a duty brown color, and from jH.raaps oue ot tlia most etteetual remedies' that can be applied to pear trees infested with this enetnv; but a writer iu a late Per recommends the fulkwius as the most vfl'ectual mode of destroying them. .... . j c wltoe,. ,f t flXot7e coarse cotto? loth- f I ffJ alxUt tWe" I CSHC and t.e line corners 01 it, enclosing oue or nuartsof Make this fast to one end of a long, li-d.t and iu the moruina while the dew elevate th2 sack of lime above the top-'al , , , c most branches of the tree, striking the low er end of the pole with a small mallet and moving the pole or sack about till every leaf is finely dusted over i jiaje tj as or . fhfi rnrM shot) if rp tiv n I mpfitiQ avniij.! j Like tLc human skill tbe baik of trcci La3 I with the lime or ashes. This opi'ration need nolle repeated if once thoroimhlv1 . . r 1 , ': . r rcrlormed. I lie time rciimsite for a lull-; grown pear tree is not over five minutes. It is an excellent plan to scrape the ba j of pear as well as apple trees eaily in sprtng, and wash l hem thoroughly scraping with a mixture of soft soap, ashes and gtecn cow-manure. Tbe wash, how-! tiii 11 1 1 ever, should not be so thick as to form 111 coat on the surface, as all obstructions pores should Le by all means avoided. ; i c very important fuuetion to perform, an any interruption ol its natural oflu'es will j iuevitablj prove an injury to the tree. . . - you can procure it. a lew quarts of the rub-j bish from the blacksmith s floor, consisting of fiuc cinders and iron scalc3, will be creat bench:, to your pear trcci The soil should be opened, and the rubbish scatter ed eveuly around the trunk, and iu contact with it. Lime is also beneficial. Sap Grafting is A correspondent of the Journal of A sri cultuic dcR'ribcs a method of grafting which he thinks preferable lo that ordinar ily practiced. It is substintia'ly a fo'.'oxs After the limbs to be grafted have been sawed off. the stump is pared smoothly that the line between the baik and wood be plainly seen. If the bark is thick it is made somewhat thinner by paring, .... , ... ., , J that it may be split easily when it ts to 1 e : .. . r . i-.i Oja-ucaioi iii.-H.-uuu vi a scion. . mi twig from which the bark has been stirp-'nuan? ped, and the end cut in wedge form, about size of a aion, places are made be- tween the bark and wood for the insertion r - i i . of as many scions as i is desired to set in the stock. Scions with two good b-ds are sharpened by a straight, smooth slant, all one side, about three-fourths of an inch in length, and inserted in tho laces made for them, with the cut side to the wood the tree. The wound is then covered with grafting-was, an extra thickness being placed round the scions to keep tbem in place. It willbc seen that this method is simi lar to tuat which has been practised un der the name of shoulder grafting. Itevi den ly has some advantages. If the scion uvia uvi tura. liiv; ela.h 13 uui iuucu lliiuictl ., v ,. , , . ., - ' .. oi tne scion will n?ai over mone season. Seasonable Hints. Soft Soap a.d Tobacco water. A mixture of soft soap aud strong tobacco water, made of the consistency of thin paint, and washed over the bodies of trees with a brush ; will, in a great measure, prevent insects from depositing their egs beneath the bark. Tiini- TA Vftrn C. n i i'tj r i ffr clmnl.l bccarcfully looked over at this season; ali . , r , i , i a- j. i i- the natural buds rubh.d off; the banding of the graft We.el and re-tied; aud it two or more buds are growing knl one ap- weakly, rub it off, aud lot the strou or shoot have all the food. well TO Youu Gaudexs. Take every opportunity to remove weeds, lhm out, whenever plants arc too close to each otber. Much is often l.isi bv makino twj plants grow in a space large enough for'j 1 1TV ii.i l one only. Lo-.k over seed beds, and " there are any failures, re sow immediately, rains of last week will have started neatly all the seeds put iu previously. -Ohio Farmer. Drying Rhubarb. I saw a recommendation in a paper two jerrs ago. in rcgaid to drymg rhubarb bj stiingiDS it raw. and nangiug it up to clrj like apples. I dried some by following these directions to the lcter, aud it not on-,a lj LxjLed like a 6tick, as waa said it would, but it had as little taste. I ce soma wri ters still give the same recipe ; but I have tried a far better one, which doa preserve the flavor. Cut up the the rhubarb and put it in the oven on plates or pans, and let it bake; a few minutes will be sufficient I if the oven is hot ; then Bet it out in the sun and let it dry. It should bake udUI it is ' so soft that if pinched it will mash. ! m-l i -i n i ' hen used, it takes cousiderable soaking and cooking, but then all dry fruit needs more cooking than green. Cur. JJoston Cult., Treatment of Peach Trees. Hon. IL D. Harrison" informs us that the leaves of of his peach trees were curl- mg aud the fruit dropping oil. ined to find the cause, he dug around the' i D,t,-. eicria-i i roof ul tne trees ana louna any quantity , of worms which were penetrating the bilk seriously damaging the trees. These ! worms he destroyed with ley. ecL, and the! trees arc now straightening I , . , , . . , . oui anu mc young iruii reiniins. stpring- Jicti Aews. Soft' It "Scraj-c a pcicc of common chalk, and , put a piueh to the corn and bind a linen rag upon it IJcpcat the application Uur- iu a fcw daxa, aud you will hod the coro rr i -i ll. i r .1 1 r. i n . i.t i.l-.. l i i.u ..11 imrm.riv . 1 1 r 1 1 . 1 vouji; uu uat, cuwi, uu. 111 iv. -A T vmiM. We Tisd the followinz cure for Corns conii the rouuds of the uarjcrs. It ia a very easy way to get rid of these trou-' blcsomc customers, aud it ia certainly worth trying. auT11 Irom Jour inouu, A timely death is is the great prize of, vr.. i. :.. 1 ;T ...... i. . 111c, huu tdu 11-iib 11 uvu iv is nuu vr m irnrttiv aniil 1 WOltliy 60UI. , t I i about oiuall? dangerous to take . , . . It ; advice from your tucmics, and give it to s. A young laly adviei us if we are ! ..I., .t Ia. ... i. " tr. ... L-.. ........ I . ' ,"- -v ""-""" -..i..n cui Miica. 1'erlii.l.s ifsLe is pretty, we miaht be in ' . ' , I I Floyd's only i-lauu to be considered aucei to take bt-r arms. natriotic rc-st on the fact that bis nose is red.bis liver white, and himself generally ' A Great Rascal. ! The rennsvlvania Penitentiary holds the th.; person of a Oolnntl 1'r.ws on of 13 most talented rascals of the age. ""s s snteneed-'fof foriiorv after having iu side the h mg run the ji-iantlet of the principle; cities Europe awl America. The Philadelphia ('u:l!!i- says that CYo-w forged a pardon the former Huntingdon in Sinjr S:ii pris- 011. 1'v which tln latter would .have PMItfll PVciinl fj.i. 111.. Ii.wtt-in.-tf .il r,;t ':..,1.... m..i . .1., .....n.-iw., ...,.(.....- ed to Auburn (N.V.I 1.1U011. foi-ired hiiimii. aii'i escaie.i neiotc is iletected. SulisiMiieiitlv V 'T po!1,ini,,twl '.r ,lo"f' lVnn-ivlvania and s.-nt.'uceil to the lViu- ia . . c ,i v.. . ' J leiuuuv 01 tuai runic. tl', ,or ' an J; Wi" His last exploit in forging a i.ardon thou-h not successful, has all 'the niei it Da- 'boldness and talent of any of his other "rk!f performances and was as lol- . j " :, . e 4, - ,. i i tliieiiiilnf ironi tno :ip ( mico ularly Hanked, and Win-waxed" up' 1Vceived by the Marshal of lVnt.svlva.iia. two askn.jr him t draw up a petition to iov. ' "'""ted immediately at the War depart pole. is ",ll'V II;,V,'- i'"1 tl"-" l'aidou..tLe Mar on. fa n "''."f V -""'! I ll.i! Marshal did as nvitiested. and "out:! oc casionally, ' ! t.) Liambtir ' retlllll. il lie tho nr train with ardnn sijrt.ed liv fiv. fnit iin. The Marshal went with ' 1. Oross, the re leased prisoner. t Washington and oall- ! a 0,1 ''''etary .siantoi. : . ''?lr.- -etary," sail the Marshal. n" j tins is Col. Cross, ivlioni vou have sent j-OI. .. I -(.ikd to se Col. Cras how do vou lk sir ?" said the aH'able Secrttarv, si.akiii the '.!. Cross's hand : -Iut I can't romciii- after1"1" nitni lor you. sir. ! "This," said tho-M irshal, "is CI. C.os. "'"" ' Xwst down by your orders i iroin tlie h.tstein Penitentiary at 1 luia- a .1. 1,: , . r' celMiia. ofj -sir?" exclaimed the Seoroiarv, in ut thc ! tor surprise. 'Col. ross, sir. I said, pardoned lv l Oov. C'urtin fnun tlui E:isteiu- Peniteii-1 tiarv. at vour desire, and brought hoiv bv I f mo at your roi-uest. Se.-retary Slant in looked puzzled, and .1 .e.-reiarv .-uanun .o ruUHl hi; t k i 'Theauthoritv bv ivl of , said the Marshal. Secretary Stiinton's 1 lieh 1 have acted." is this," niacin!! : so! sner was s'"t Watson. Mr. j Watson entered. Secretary Stanton hand may ",1l ?lr: Wa "" elope, and recjuest- so I eVr l"T " " IT'! , i . Mr. Watson opened the h-t tor, looked at it, an j was astounded. "This is n.v ! . . a ivntinir. " sai.I he at hist, "what does it He road the signature, which he scanned closely. All doubts wore nowre thc "ov"-'- The crossing of the "t" I trayel 1 h.p, r"Tl"K- ! 'rl"s J4 .,,ot, n,v ''''?." said jlr. aton,"it is a forirerv. and t he ' f won,u,.flll f;e , mvc ?ver seen." I - Vou ,.ul.e sai,i tiie secretary, "Can it be possible '." echoed the aston ou ! ished Marshal. i" forgery pure and simple." of; Ilore seene, at the end of which mid the letter from Mr. Wat-on, heal ing his own frank. Mr. Stanton to.k the envelojw with bewildered air. It was a genuine War I e-j Jiarliuent enveloe. The frank was iden- with his own. The enclosure via an order, written upon the pajier used ia the War 0!liec. with the imprint Department, in the manifest hand- icntlinrnfMi. ..,, i--.;.t ...I ry. to the puqiort as nlxivo narrated. n... ...... i .i..i i.:. b 'll. A niesstMiser resjKntded. The me: . . i Dee.mi your :irUon was i '' to his old ,.iarteis. ami ye-terday i tli (lovenior rcvnkea Ins p.iruon. I Ji,re is the ailemma. It is not vet certain that a i.ardon can be revoked bv ' its author, ami on this point grows an iii pcars ti-restin cjuctstion. If it cannot be revok bud i t!ie jiovernment will take cliaro of the Colonel ami send him to Fort I.afav Look .tte. In any case he will serve out his five years' imirisonin-nt, of which onlv about 18 months have expired. Cross, as 1 ,v" havfi already sai.I. escaped from Au- '; "itontiary in this very manner. ..'ami Uehoil the liohccol trance by siuilar tactics. j There isono thin-that remaiirsto beex The plained, and that is. how communication ' was had with Cross by outside parties. n.ii i.i: ifivuuuv lorireu in idler oi an inquiry arose what was to be done with C.lonel ("ivss. The Marshal settled the matter l.y di recting Col. (.'ross to cune asrain to the c.u riage, to Ij again taken to I'hiladel- plua, Col. Cross put on the indignant and de- niamled l.y what l ight he was taken back, Bv mv authority." said the marshal, piocured by tapers. Then, sir, you are transcending your piwers," saiil Cross. "My pardon is a gen uine one. at any rate, and jou have no right to go behind it."' " "Take him back," said Secretary Slan- tin. "l.y what law?" di-manded Cross, to whom t!u air of liberty had gained an ad- ditional sweetness from the few moments th.it he had enjoyed it. "l.y military law," replied the Secreta-' ry. and the redoubtable Colonel was aain placed in the carriace. He was brought IM'rsouallv forLted the Mr. Watson and the frank of Recivtary Stanton cannot be doubted. Vith Cross forgery is an instinct. We know a certain ;vy -.r of this city, who exhibits a book of autograi.hs as genuine, that were nil -r;tten hy i.imself. I!ut an export could detect the dilleianee almost sit a glance, C I. Cross is no such bungler. Show him letter, juul after a few minutes studv of its peculiarities he will produce a fa: simile. The documents in question it is mt doubted, were prepared by himself; but how the I, huiks were obtained, who wis his confederate, aud how access was o' itain.nl to the convict, are matters be- yond oar abilty to conjecture.: - "'f" Mii.t.'."-'l'lio corresjiondeiit ?I .V.'0 . ''dad.dplua I'rcss, with General Iau'r iVh'C r -' ",?on1 ,f ,ac ""rcs o' tne Lnion army thev had six ulls of a UPW collctnu.tio nllj ter. ribly efl'ective. We have not vet learned their names. The men desi Pr i,e ' entice mills." It is a heavy ritlo barrel, mounted on wheels. At the breech is a kind of eloek-work machinery, surround ed by a hopper, similar to the hoppcr of a coffee mill ; at the side is a crank. One man turns tho crank, ivhilo another sun- ..IIj 1 :.i ... . . , . .." r"1" iiM'!T iin carrr!iio;es nr the ,i,:,i :..i.tj ,i n . . . ....... mi- "uu. i im-ans oi a lev- nate them 1 i i i j i i presses it at pleasure. Its effective rane is It miles. It throws 240 balls per nim and ute OI tlie s'ze F an ordinary ilinie ball, V1.u,n Pci'-ted with, the rebels were ut leavcsofthe J J, amazed, not knowing what to make ol them. Malicious, Meanness. An unfavorable slouch iaav be cot ud in a rural district, by a mm wht combines caution with malignity, the old doctor, miy go about the village and i beg the people to try to receive him civilly; j he may not be such a bid man after all. 1 trutu probably is ibat nobody sunpo-! - ? . i . I iiioi . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 itr n 1 1111 1 1 11 ri r - n . luvvuus ii,m.i.; caution with tualiL'tiitv. and all in such a way that you caunot lay hold of the niali- cious but cautious man. Let ns suppose a new doctor is coming to the village. You, Liin otLorwise than civily; tut in a few ! days judiciously sp;nt may excite a pr.-ju- j dice which it will-take some time to allav. ! .... oome one speaks iu praise of an acquaiu- ' nes;tatm ldT'x' J-"" 111 JJ IcllJ la a ncsltating Way. 1 es. lie is ratner n nice r.-i:nw tiiu ir.-n r An-t .f f c 3nv.v:n f ' I uvu i iiMuw ww j niiu. uuu v uu. Ann I vuv. ' yourself, but you have given a worse in) pression than vou could nrobobly have con- i i 3 e l ill veyeu dy any acnuie coarse you couia nave il. .i.;i ,i WL.f J U1V lUb uau. ..VIIMh uuu 1UU ly folks may possibly call you a sneak. What do vou care? Some muscular chris- tian may kick yon. In that cas you will lQ tlilS Way you have not Committed : ir t...t have th rnmf.iri: nf l-nmrinn H.at. Ji in. questionably serves you right Eev. A. . A' Boyd. in the He of I for j J es-' tli.1 a '." DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! ' For' Spring Trade 1852. peck & into the ii. ; OO Jfo..9;farkcl St., Warm, 0. r a well selected nearly lock nf iimU ut Are now opening OLD riMCKK We would iHvitc all within? :;oods to culkiuJ ex amine our sttit-k, believing we ea:; .-.-11 as ucap as tile cheapest. .March 111. lMoi Kr 10,000 i Y'ds rood fast oloivil hits, at one SliiMlpir ir vard. l'KCK UUuXlUt. THW St vies Printed DLainea i Hl' - L lmir-'. Jr:iy G.w.b, yanl.' ' ' Mo- Ac., at one Pliillnr per 1'KtrK t UKOl'IiU. GOOD lilcachcil nntl Urown Siect inss uoiv ii-lliin at one Sliillin- per y;rl. I'txn uitini.-x. ,uw Io. ' I Larijo Assortment of tho best JL Hamilton', M:inrlietr anl Paeifie Iieiaines. nlius. alenci.i", i'ravcliiis tiiKU, ete n very 1'hC'i. 4 15IIOTE2K. SILKS Piain lilaik. : P.Iack JJni- cade, t.'olored Unx-ade. Plaid. Striiies, tie., a irreat varietv of styles, lVom KlI'iv rem t Two pollers per yard. 1'El'K Jt LitO TUlR. 1 7.M ISUOl DEItl KS Ct.l liiis, U J.t- I J sleeviv, lM-.-in-.-s and In-vrtititrf of all kind. l.iHekand WbiLcilk Luce. irn-sel Kd-in etc., ill very cheap. I'kX k A LUuTllLU. II5P.OXS, Flowers, Trimminj o! R ' ! all kiinl. t'orsets. Illovi. lloiery. Il.iirXet., e.e ill sieat variety. 1 i.l h A l.ilu 1 II til. Q K I KTS ! SKI II I S I ! Now Uaimo- k3 nil., the !.- make of Skeletom. Votli T e.ie a:id ThhI, at all piiees. l'ECk UlIU TliKR. 11 LK LINLNSr P.Icnched ut:l rvu. Wool Siireaili. Toilet l.'uilu. T-1 anI 111 the lna ut liuti -si- iurm-iiintr w l. 1 j in AKPK'IS If you want U I u-a good Car;:, for tlio Ieat posildc ainorni uf ! money, eome to tlie n aiTen Iry loiotl rtlore Here you will lind till' best usol-llilent in tone. 1'KCK .V lUHiTIItR C i " I L Shades, Curtain Mushns, i,m V7 lroidered Cnrtaiu Muslin. Curtnin Kixtirw. a r rie.. in creat variety. QH AWLS Brochea, Thibet, Slk, O t'rape and Stella Shawls, in all eolors andoial tical j i". "" ' ,'K?cKVi:iwTUUt!y' i - of i QUOKS Ladies and Children's Bal the ! O moral., ti.iiter. Kid. Coat and fair Shots, a I luntc and wel 1 selected stock, tu n hi. h we arc vro- :n LOl S. Cassimeres, e.stinrs r.aied to oiler sre-.it inducements, to inir.-'.iavr. l'Kt'K A illl'rilEl. I J Twee.Lt J.-an-L ete.. for Men and Roys' eniul'riiiiK an ine ueiiaoie u.n mi.- ui.i.. alto.il. l'KCK A uiioi'iit:;. .March 10, 112. QIR J toea i i j i : ; i j i j j X E1V YORK. I'l-b. 2 Itli. ISM. Ill: The undersigned bes leave all vour attention to liis lar,-c and woll se- veled Stock of Hats, Caps, Strav.r Goods, U.MI1RKLLAS, PAIIASOI.S, &c, i nhieii lie will di!c of 1'UK CASH, or on 1P I IMliiVKIiCUKlHT. , . , ,. The loin; e..erienee of thoc ennneetwl with Inn ! i. a 'ire suaranlv tliat the (! M.d are U'KI.I. SK I I.KI lKlt. and will bo .M AT VKK I,U' PEl t 'KS. To tlie numerous eu-t. oilers ol tlie late Hi 111 ' oi MvMSU.V. WILLIAMS .V !'.. (whom liene- i "- u"ly. ' ';, I Ll ams ami im. ii.i.i. 1. ......... i and their .iiinieil euifhoe". are with h on. and ' will le- liii.v to weleome the old friend and patron uTaes!:::'kt XKW. kkksh. ...i fashioxa- I 111.!-:, an.l. hi en-nes Leins li'iit. he will Utn to selM'IIKAl'. and cive v-ry JllCSlKAliLK il.niiiS. Trutin to receivo eall from you, I aai, j Upirully. youm. T ttxyvyvitr. : A. C. W ILLIAMS. and ill Keade St i 1 ' ; ! J itS .) r.'.i ami I'd lleade VlatelJ., W.ACO. TTLKSEY. j lit! W-l.K WIMTTI.K .Mareti ii i-"i:-.i-n " PHOTOGRAPHS! Thotographs! Photographs! AMBROTYPES! 4 Ii(TI'BCS AT 0i: SITTIXIJ ! Beautiful ( All:) pictures only Cta. each, ly the iuantity. NEW and impnirrj instruments of tho qntililn and hii-best Priro. R005IS REFITTED. 1(J idcturen LuLru wecHy at Robbins', Over 0. II. Patuh Har.ics ?tnre. Warren. Oiii. May7,lW2-lf C Frederick Cyriax, I.EVKLANI) CITY, French lyc- and Clcanin? Ft?iit!i.-limrnt. LNn. Vi, Srno- ca -ti'tt't. invnr M. LlairJ I Icvclan.l, tMiio. lauirt ami lit-iillrmtn carinciil.-'. silk.'', satin. nuTiinw, el--.. yil ami tini.l:t'(i inuiHrur styli. rnrtieular ailfittioit jrivfii Ut i-Uaaiiiii? crape and b rue basil aw li1, Im-m r d:unask ciiiUnns, kid tluvcs. plume, etc. Silk lrissiii. Mantillas, Coats, Xvis and I'ants, cleaned without ripping. iK-c- 5, 'til-tiiii. NEW llOOilS ! N EV GOODS 1 KING would inform her iends an.l the i.ulilie generally, tliaf she lias oueiied her new rooms over Andre. a Weeks' Store, on Market Street, where r-he ii" o'leuitur the mo,t di-sinilde lot fl-'"'"J.!' "M line, ever hroujrht 10 mis liaee. xuauKiui ir i.i.'os le-'-owi iiuriiu; l her re.-.i.ifiu- in this town, she hoji l.y keeping u IT.M..1 st.wk always on ban.l. ami l.y .rointtiiiss in .loiur liniiitd, to uicril autl receive a coiiiiiiuuiiuii ol'theiii. hue. l'.'tli. m I KS. M. A. K IXU. kiMit eontantlv. on hand and for rale at illiSKlXd'S T AD1KS Hats anil Cap-sol all kinds 7LOVF.n.S ami HIUnONS of new and desirable patterns and colors nt MK.. KIXC.-S. "TON K PIT MP WATKil V k STOXK WAKE M AM KAITuKY. Thesnli S' senners. Iiavm? enlarge! their rartory. a.ldin; neir niachinerx-, hiiihliinrs and klin. are now prepare.! to maiiutaeturetoonlerall klinlsot tone I limits, rirx. Tilean.l Ware All kin.lsol'lhese articles constantly on haiifl. W'c invite the attention of old customers and will lie happy to see ninny new ones. Orders solicited, and when received will have prompt at I tentiim. IAJ'ni.K.SS 4 II AV.M AKKK. Warren. 0., Sept. o. lsj. IHEKAL Discount Trade, as usual. made) to the MK.S.KIXG. " . Erick and Lime. . rniie subscriber would notify the pub- L lie that he will keep u hand I'.i ick and Lime. He has Marled a Lime Kiln and end .avor lo keep ou knnd a :oihJ nality oC that article. Also will keep on hand a u.iod article of slock ami Com mon Hrick. The Kiln arc located $outb of the Ca nal. Warren. O. May 2l. lu-tir JAM ICS F0RBl-X "VTvrtM.e c i- - ii.. .i i- . . ' order f Cure -l o:, the firm div ..r July. a. d. isV.i at the hour ..f ' ! ' ."!'' ii to the hL-hct iiid.;, r.ai...ut -htacrcsott '..r ih.- We.-! en.l OI I IC to Iowiiiif re:.l el-il . -- - I7IIAA' K L1X CUHTISS' KSTATK. m Xoticr i. herel.y riven that the siilu.cril.cr has l.ccn appoint.--t and niialitied a.- administrator on tlie hstate of iranklin W. Curtis, dee'd, late of i rninllltll eoitulv, (Jliio. M iy Jl, 1m'.J-:;.v I.SA A C VA I! X ES. ii tint biU'iul.ii, I ;i. 1...: v . '. . f ,," r;mwi : iwwai'uts of thCoitnrHi'ii't v- irtuiiDitM. tui'l is known 1 Ixiitx iS"LmSJ' T. !'""' ",f ':" -"-,."" ooiitKv.'.i as loi.oivs: i.eiuniu at a post 1!J ch-iius ml 41 iink iat ota p-.si iiM-.iti'ci iu Dai id To.i and : .h cd to Am M-rrill. (which ,., is live chainsaud .Nlink east ot thelonreornersof Y.jim--.- i:i. .-iisuniown. n i-aineriicin and i.ii.eriv i ni. r.!.,!':''? Hie minh litieoi ti,etoWi,ui of k ouiision n. eat cn.iiiis ami luinceu lluk to the -oc oi me ..latioiuiiz riier ai low waler mark l,..,. .,,.., ,i. ..,..... -..:.i ,i .:... of M '."E"."1.'!" f..f. hiehe..ure i nearly unil'orn a X. i .... .ii-noi Imin. ni.il Jl liiil-j. .In ......I. .iu ii- 11 i:h:iin Kl linkf In the centre of the UuinliiTv iff lt..a.l. su eulleil. the same imiut nanii 'l in Jlr.'Tnd'" dee-1 made Juno Jith. K'.'t. to Anron Merrill: theiire fi.uth :17 W. ulunir xnui r.unl 11 uhaiu.' an. I Sti link, tu pMt, which iy ii ehuina 44 link liinn the Miut first nuiiieU iu aui.l ileril from Tixl: thence suutherly to the tuwnhi). iiue, the plnee of besinninir, and eontain? OU Oil-lno aurti uf lau.l, he the uiine more or le. Tl.e whoU of said land in a.iniisel. suhjeet to lh rii'.r dower in seventeen acres uwiKned her at eiirhteen hundred dollars. " Term of Sale, oue-th!rd in hand, one-third in six months, and oue-third iu one veitr. with interest. Joseph kixcaik. - -, l.lm'r of Ceo. Merrill. Jun'? U Iilllr, Atty. whi-Ii on ti.ir and a The Fall Jii.-re.at -ATTENTION ' . ;!, til.) IfFAp.fJUAl.TERi!, IMVKI UUH-K JlKl'G arreu. II.. Xur. t E tbe nndersihed take pleasure " in mnnoniieinir to fli :i:.a ..t w ami vieinity. .he fivjli arrival of our new to. k oi Prim. heinieaK Paints, dils, pve SluiT Pve Vj ..o,l. Ae.. neleeti-U u illl ,-c.n iarc from n'lialile r.a!terii llonsc;. and beff lean, t.i .1.-. e..u iiij list. K-.eeially Io we tall the attention of Pliyl 5" ' ll W.-Mf.-l Ol them to eall auU vxantine. IIOVT A KTRATTUV. No. 5. Main Street. Warren. O. Burnett's li.K-aine r..r the Hair Mr?. Allen Pressing .Iu ('ireas-ian Oil ,j 'J'l'ieoiller:ul (t Lyon's Katliarion 1I0 Saiifur.rs Hri'i-iiii Jo Prof. Woods' lt.-.-tnr.itive do Mitehrll'f Ilandkeroliief Kxtraet, llain's do jo llan-i.-on'R Toilet .S.aps, llarin s do do l'ol-ate! do do i'.iown Windsor do (jeuuiuc Vaukec do Painters' Piamond Teiucnt. N.auldini.'s' tilue A Coufeet'ua, 1 iiri-iH.ln liair ly d.i do do do -Medieines. and invite do do do do Raleheiors .Malihews Jtari-isoiul' Jayues' in) oz Stiloh. Ouiiiine. 10 oz do Moridiiue.-- -Merrills' Krlevtie l'reraratious. Keitll' do do Tilden' Fluid Kxtraets, Pure lod. Hota.a. do Nitrate Silver, iramlins' Winnrd O!!. lienzine for Kraiinr lircne, l'nre Mnliml I.i.lUors, Syrni. lo.. Iron, C.iloi iforiu. tllyeerine. l'urc Olive Oil. Silver (ila. Slareh, l'ure l'earl Sureh. llird t'a-cs. lol I.iviT Oil. CarlMn oil and Lauiii., Lanterns. Motf Tilll. AloUai's 1'ill. Kohaek4 Pill. Ciiielienliurir Pillls, Morie's Pill. lloiloway'. Pill. Soulc' Pill--, ILwifier'!! Piil, Clarke p.lls. Price' Chessman'. Vfi Moils Iron Pills, Wrishf Pill), Strong's Affile PilL, Ayer' Pill. .McLane-s Pill. lielllielt's Pill. Jlibhard'. Pill. Uaiidretli Pill. Paulding' Pill. Jayuc's 1'ills. Seller's Vermifuge, Meldine'4 do Jayue's do r aiine-toek's ermifue. V ail imcu i o.-iu Lolltec u Mathews do do lloiloway do oo I'utly. M.-t'iilly'a AVimlow (11a., t roton uo do Sand Pacr. Joirniiiff Fluid, Alehouol, lrutisu' Furniture, Poatnta- Clas Syriiixe, Kln.-.tic yriusef. Trusses. Catheters. kletal .Syriu-i!. llnai!t Suiui3. l'uro t'hrome tlrecn. Pry and in Oil. do do do do do do Clirolilo Veiiow. ernniiion. ioi lll.uk. Venetian Ued Yellow OcUie, Ucd Lead. W liile Hemar Varui-U, do do do do do do S'.ltitioii Tin. Hye Stii!l. Xitiie.md MnratieAeid. Sul.hurie and Aeetic Acid. AUa Aoiuioiiia ft h. weet .spirit. .Nitre, Salpliurie Kther. Tiiri.eutine. U nr.ole or Xaptha. a sulititutc for Turpentine, Japan Yariii.'h. Xo. 1 Kiii-niiuie Vanii.li, 1 1 o:m-Ii iimi'll. ;ite Leail iu Oil, C!Wi, and cash item, well eeurud. Keal Kstate Aphalliiiii Vaniisli, rearl snmr vl; lJaltie Va-U1n5ton K:iIlllOtiK-k Washihirtoii Metal Zinc -Vmukliti Snow U'hittj l'urc dry White l.cd and jCinc. Suiiilia Extra TaiuL Uruhe, Varntli Artist Hair M T..th Tannor"i Oil, i'urc Lineed Oil. fa-tor Oil. SwcW Oil, Nwits K-iwt Oil, Mevea. Uetiritil Oil, Mecca, Li:lioatiits Oil, Tallow fndles, - , tfU-i'iue Sptiiu Star l'ure Saleratiis," l'ure f ream Tartar, l'ure Sub t'rab Spa. Mace, f iliiii, aiiti-Currant-j l'assi;i, f iit PS. panVliIudiifo Kpuiklunn.il Statrmonl o. 103. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S0G2,302.9C. May Ul, 1SC1 .$ T.SSS 78 ;Vi.-Jj:t Li I 15.ni ii U7.I.S .tf tm l'.CVsl W , ,, pmj.'rfi ui ;Vi.iK' '! 7::. 7 i :si.7i0 W 3o.7') ml 4.isjO UU Jt'iLli shares llartl'onl Hank Hck: JIS " New ork " " pilil - l;.,slou ' " .. ,rl7 other l'nite.1 Ptat.i. and State" " llarllord X. Ilaveu it. It. Co. Stork llartl'ord City J.nds Couu. Kivcr Co. it. it. Co. Slock... Total Asset. .'.. :.. Total Liahililic n-H -7 For details of investments, jcc --mall Cards Circu lars. Insiiranees may be eO"crtel in this old and sub stantial Compuy oo very IHmra I dr terms. Apply lo - - - . 1-ri'I.I.tll, A t arren. l.lhio. S- Dwcllin-rs and Farm Property insured s term vears at very low rate. July K lV.I-ly Late Made Cheese Wanted. will Psiv the lnbcst market W tirice iu (h for any amount late msde soft mild Ch.-rse. MeiX.MU.S j: SMITHS, t el.. S. bj-tf. 7WLL PA PK II Now oppiiin": at Pirtir TSokstore, a larzc and choirc Int of all 1'afMTainl Hordrnt. l'lfasi-rall oti nntl make yur Sitrinysebftions. AV. jv. V U . r. rOK IhIL plIIII.STIAN JIY-MNS Just iced J from the publUhcrs a good stock of the above llvnins. Feb. -Si. IS.'.; W, X. A AV. F. I'UltTEK. Important to Farmers. FLAX STRAW WANTED. Tons of irrcen ar.d roUcil 2000 lU'r'"! or l.iillcl Klai S:raw at the Western lieerve H:x illills, arreu. lllilo, lor the hillest market priee will I.J paid in e:ih delivery. I'A.Ml'A 111 Uilil'Al. X. II. 1 l.es leave to inform Ila ?nwersaiid lar niers generally of havilltf elilere.1 int. the Hi.x and business with John 1 Jl..ruin. of New York, lhat n ilh increased laeilili.-s and iuii--ovetl ina rhinery 1 niu now .reiarel to purrhase all the llax stniw that can he raised iu this part of thelate: lor whi. h the hishest market pri.-e will lie paid in cash. Doping lhat farui'T will fiutl it to their interest to increase the liiauuty of straw produced heretofore, it will le the h."t paying crop that can he raised. March IU. lSt.-.'-oiu i. n . w.ur. ATIOAI. 1IOTEU . 3. 5 7 I "OR TLA XI) T STREET, Xcar Iiroadway, Xew Y'ork. H. A. CHASE, Proprietor. H. A.CHASZ, Jr. hotel has been refitted iu good style, with new furnit lire. 1 May 7. lS0lyr. . . M. (MRTEK, Justice of the Peace. OlTioc on 2J floor of AVchl.' Ulock. Main SM Vl'arren. 0 Apr Si, '6Z Western Reserre Eclectic Institute, HIRAM, OHIO. Term (12 weeks) Wins Tuesday. Arts. 11th. 'or t 'ataloffiie or other information address. April lo. lW-Cm J. 11. HHOftBS. LADIES' and Misses' .Nets, and ai most every thing usually kept in a Millinery , M115.KIX13S ' of J..-H x to for FULK & WEIlt, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IX CROCKERY fJ ilt and Plain China Ware, Liver . Jl imkiI M are. I'.j ilania lVare.GlasM Ware. I.ook-"-' Also. Miiea Oil and nil Lamps. Taldo J.ntliTV, Wnoilen are. and eeorylliinr in the Ikuki keepiii line eeneraltv 11 v.. n nr.. '.. ..- 1 l"ve meiiiioniil. call at the f'roekerv Store "iji.'.-ue inc uaiih. tvb. a, ISIiJ. j QII1NA T a Setts at the CI'.OCk'F.UYSTonE. eccit Oil Lamps cheap at the CHOCK KRYSTOItE. If you want a Se tt of Dishes lor Five Iollar..ea!l at the CP.Ol'KEKY STOKE. r see 3'0tirsclf as others seo you JL huyaLookinrUIassof FL'I.K X V V.IR. I f vou wunt a Sett of Di&hcs L Twenty Dollars, call at tl.e w I Feb. worth CUOCKF.RY STORK. rash Tubs. Wash Hoards, Clothes li ii.- 'lutbc-a likfts- ntnt I5rtM.tu.-j M t!i 1) rcclain and Parian China, manu factured iu Ohio, etiual to imttorted ware and less in price. F W. BRICK, "BRICK. " 11 E Subscribers will keep always T ou Iiaii'l. at their vnrtl, ono inile south ami one mile rust of the Centre of lirbtol, a supply ofj It It I C K A A 1 DKAIV TILL. lVroii! wautinjr these artieles will lo well to call ainl see for then:tfe-es. a.s we t If if: le we have a supe rior artiele of eaeh kiutl. Xhe Tile arc from two lo ix iueliey iii calibre. The SuIwitiIk ts own the TruinbuH Tounty Kirh(, to. .Malttee A' l'eitliehi'd Superior Tiie .Maehiiie, wliirh ;rin Is the rhiy ai:I nut kits the Tile at one o eratiou. We will sell Township Hlhts of t!ic twr ens tern a ml two aoutUetti tiers of tmvn-ihi" in thii county. K. X. 1XSEX X Uriatol. July 4, "til Braman's Sewing Machine. a N Anion- tbo advantages it has over others, are tbe foMoniti " Ift Tlie works are so arranged that the .Machine t can be run backward or forward, sewing cMually i w.-ll ..irl...r w.v it . ... ,.lu:.v-1,-st.irt.l uwl. ti... foot ahme, and is ahvavs sure to be right. I -ri,.. tl,M.(ii . ,...ri -tlvir i.lit diw pn-.lilin it to work Ihroii-h heavy cinhIs without trouble or I 1 i... ;tt. ..-.-,l ' IIiO rmm:in Machine is in every rc- l spect a.ffrW com, simple, practical and rulia bio FAMILY sivi; ;iUlilL. it has over others, are tbe by springing ones. 3.1 The thread i- nswl direct from the ?-vMds both uplH-raud lower, thus saving tho trouble f re winding. 4tii Its simplicity aud non-liability of getting out of older. fth The ease with which it enn be opcratl, and the duruh'tlity f its work, the seam is very elastic, and eaunot be ripel. although ever fourth stitch is ellt. Tlu-J machine will Quilt. Meu. Gatiikr, Fell and EuhKoiura. Pleas'seud for circular. Agents wanted to w incn liberal indti-t-in.tts will he it tier ed. Address ai- W. t HOH KUA 4".. ilanulaeturersand Jieab-rsin Sewing Machine. Xo. "11, Supcrir St., Clev eland, Ohio. March a, It&l NEV FIRM & NEV GOODS, T k V. V rOIiTEl: xrc now AV rcL-elviiiK their new strx k of SCHOOL and M ISCKLLAXEOfS BOOKS LLAXK liOOKS and STAT10XERY. We have also a law stock of CM 1 LI'REXS" TOYS, which will be sold wholesale and retail. Our fr iends are tin ited to call and see our M'tck. Oct. ul. W . X. .V W. F. PORTER. ty ac I'or ."ale or Elt-ul. sinsill House and Lot at tlie tci ti e of Johnston, in tliis county. Tiiore i- i f.-w lionl room, it kiti-m-li. two rooii::. alul a lititt.-r uu th.- tiist floor, uiul iiyo rooms iu the chain l.-r. all i-ell .ioiio o!i', a it.khI collar, ami a nt i-r tailing wi-II of watir. 1'hvrc i.-. alut !-4 ol" an acre of lan.l. a vi ry i-ouvinic:it hous. I'or a :natl lalr.ily. nml mil l.c n.l.l rlii-.ii. lfnotfol.l hy the f.rt !ay of Ai.ril next, it will itc for r.-nt. I-iii.iuirr f tlie jul rih. r. AL.MO.N D. W tlilJ. U'arrrn. 0-, Jan. 2. IS0Z. INSURANCE AGENCY. I. L. FTJLLITR, Agent, Office, Jameson's Warren. May lo. ISi-o-tf Hiiildin.i;. Market Stic. t. II OWAIU) ASSOCIATION, Phila- tt-rM-tft tijiiu-lnt tciik i u mhutumi C'Arruic i.-(c .M.Uuol A.hicc given Gratis by the Acthts ur- 1 Ti SKM I N AI. W i:AK'x KSS.and'i'hcr lisva.-s of the Sexual tlruiuis. and on the -t Hr..M Mil r. eui idov.il in the IlisiH-nsary. ent in sealed letter envel opes Irco of charge. Addres Iju. J. KILl.IX Hurt.IITON. Howard Association. Xov. 10, 'Cl-tf PIAXOS ! PIAXOS! ! II l i'KE A VAiTROT, aikot Strfot, Empire Itock, :irr n.tia- riVfivim? IHailikK from ft HIT tittTiTOllt iiiaiiutartorifs. ft ui.t licit tu the tno.-'t beautiful style. with all thu latest iuirovcuiLuU ia tue actiuu as well a- the ea-5. Af we are not arontfl for our mannfaeturers, but lureh;iMi nil our iiiMruiiicntj iut.'tly for Cah, we are ablv to fell them, in fact, cheaper than they cau be bought ut retail iu New York. All imtmhi! ttihinff to iu rebate a rooil Piano, will find it lo their own interest to call on us Urfore iur cliaiii!r ( wine other il:n-o. All kinds of inimical instruments taken in ex change. ... AH kind of intmnieiit5 tunei anu repaiii oy a nrairt'u-:il I'iano maker. 111 ifoou iylv. nd 'rk warrautL-U. lee. 21, "A el imt. "THE AUCIt UNION. a THIRD. STI1EKT A110YE rhilixlrlpbia. CPTOX S. NEW1031EII, Proprietor. This Hotel is central. Convenient l.y Passenger RailwavCars to all l.ai ts of the Cilv. and ill every particular rdai'ted to the eonit'ort and wants of the Traveling Public. Jan. -J.'. li-ly Toruis Iw lMr tiny. KIXS1IA CAURIACC FACTORY. n avin greatly increased my facil ities for manufaetitrine. br the addition o new iuildius. a steam engine and machinery to my establishment. I am prn are I t furnish vehicles of every description of the bct quality, aud at fair prietS. In elemne uffinfcK qwality of maleriais. nnd tx eellen-v of workmanship, thu Carriages shall not be .tirpas-d in the Slate. Paintii.-f, Trimtnins and Repairinjr done at the shortest li'ititt. ami in tiie best manner. kiu.-uiau, Kb. 5. tU. V. U. GOPfTHX. s t'XION PTMP FACTOKV. TON K r UMTS of the very best ounlity maniifartun-d at the Vnion Kaetorv. at Warren, where purchasers ran be supplied at all tiiu.-s on as a.e..iiiia.Mlatiu? terms as at any oilier shoo. Puni.s to w holesale dealers delivered at the Cars. Xo lravae. April 24. IS.,1. KKl'KKX MII.l.Kli. Refined Mcea Oil k Canfield Coal Oil 1. 1 turcrs pricctf. at the Hanlwarc IIcal'iMnrtir?, Wlirrtn. i. WAUUKN i'ACKAUii. Jan. OI S in 5ir. T t 1 as sale, and hy all W TiJ. el Hitcucwk et al ) vn nn Metlinnix et al ) RIFFS SALE. Trumhull Co. Com nn.n Pleaii. William Mftlinnin et al ) Br rirtueot an onler sale i.Mietl out of the Court .f ConunoR I'leiu ot Triiiuhull eounly. Ohio, and to ine directed, I will at l'lildie Saleal the south door ot the Court House ill Warren, between tho hoard of HI o'clock x au.U r X. ou Snlnrln.v tliertll liny of June, ISM. the folloiriur Real Estate situate in thet.iwn.-hip of Mecca, in sai.I county and State, aud being p:ut ot X... 1:; iu the Kiusbury tract so vailed in .Ucea, l.oundifl as follows: beinuinir at the centre of the hizhw:iy thirty-two ft south of sai.I firt .arly's (tho pill's) north-west corner, thenct cat ei-blr.x thenre south eijrht rods ami one foot, tlieneo wivt eiht roils totheeentreot'the hiirliway. thelieenorth the place of bi-.-iuuiuc. Apprnisc.1 at ?.i. Term Cash. J. li. RL TLER. Sheritr. ila)- 7. lsoj-ow "TDMIlSTIlATOirS .NOTICE. Od the 17th day of May. in the year iSj.J, the 1'robate t'ourt nf Trumbull county, deelarinsr the estate of t'orneliu Mvt;, dee'd, to be robably in solvent, creditor are tiicretore required to present their elaiinf againt the estate to the underpinned allowance, within six months from tbe time shore mentioned, orthywill not be entitled to pavment. SAM I tl M0SER, Adm'r of May Ll, 1S?2-tt Cnrnclins Mtxior, doe'd. lie line In lartf M c:in as . TF i IF call fur and l.iK-ntion B' eoivetl. much the oony. STEARfl CARRIAGE FACTORY. 0iMsmsrM;T itSt SOUTH OK CANAL, V: rrcn, Ohio. Having latelj' extended and improv wi my I'stulili.-him ut l.y rnhiriiijf uiy ulrcmly exti'ii.-ive bniMinK.s. well erwrtinc i IriMliK inr a xtinuit cuine. n ilh :t!( khiL vt' in:icliinry ati;t.t. 1 to the buiutrs)'. by which rrvut raviuc yt material, tiiur ;uh1 labor m c t-fit-x tt-.i, hereby atltrtliiitf larilitifM iir maiiutarturinjc tuiti eTl.utf ft LK'I '1'KU art nil' tor ll.i .simc ir I.KSS imuh- tli;tii btr artnlt-ii witliut sutU adviuitiirnt, miul uiployinf an im-rcat (I nitiuiar wi" tin very bot vvorkiuen tii the country, many of whuiu are direct from the east- ni ritit i. 1 mil now rriarcU t4 make ami turn otT A IU liii V 1KU 1AY. At my Kcuosiiuries may h li'iuiU at ull time.- the lut u.-.ortuieit of huilit-it wrk iu tli cvuntry: mil of whu-U w warnuUnl in every n-i'ict. ami l:r iiuality. wtikiii;tii.-!ii tiiir:ibtlity Mid tiut-h, U uot to beaurpaseU iu titu cUBlry, or b eulrru rnmi'ttiti inrti Aiiins itiv ,uk k tf tiiiLtbcd Woik uxajr be 1'ouihI h tK i )A II Etf. oi 'iurkii jLyleh a ml price. ISAKOl'CUES. I ll A K In KKS. IU (ii. I K. a bursa Tariety. coaaiatuic l; ( K A W A Vs. a variety of 1. 2 an. I 2 w-jti, t'A!: II ! AtiKS. a vaiiet of aml ;t 4ats. I'll .K I'O.NS, ud JjHraU. tope stanUitif anJ fallius, JKN.W I.IM.S 1 I! I; I Af.hS. live pattern tdt- S . t TKOTTIXU. bKti KKuXT. lKMOCKATI; KNOW' NOTHINGS, ' 1 UA.KM.K. ' TirioN. i:oX Ul 'iMjIEr. cte.-etf. 1 .My present facilities enable me tofur- rcnuu w whine aaytluuc ui AUo. LI'MBER WAtlOXS. be?t article, fur one and two lior-n-. ni.h to ttrder any style of wheeled vehicle, 011 the MlOKTKST XoTlCE ni v line of hii.-iiiei- are reoiielitl to etiil and set ir ih-util E-pet.-ial attention tu f n-juni Work and J'.cpairiit-r. Paint ins and Triiitniinr dn en iiiurt Urotie, and In -ryles to suit the u:o-t itidiuu. X. Ik ALL W'OKK W AKUAXIEO. Warrco. April l II. f CELL EX. -Liilttil I' n -. a 11. and they may be relied upon iu Ull east's. T-ic iiitvllience of the ct:nniuiiity is nut insulted ly tin oiler of a ?ii:-le iiutiitine wliich elainis tu fliro ALL 1HAKA.SKS. lull ttl ir;i fcneTT llenie-i'ies rm-L-t- nf eleveiiditti-rent tucdit-iiirs. atl uiie'aliei in the cure of the diea.-e f'r which they are revutu-imuK-d. uiintii nhielt hiay be sleetcl one appro priate ti any of the tli.-eaes iucitleiit lo I lits country an l I'liiiKit. TiiKoit.Ktr:xi:i;n; veckt-iiim: rn.i-s are better than any uiln-r kiud ol fills iu the world lrite :T' -i-Mt. v ;i:.KrK.i:KUi. ITKI1INK fATIlt-MCON an infallible remedy f.r all re:ualo ili-eueo lri.fS..Vi. tuk rrntixK catiiomcox win ais curetiiael. dUcases of the Kidneys, urinary ditti cullie in iu:i!s. '1' 1 1 K i K . K K K X II K ! 1 1 ; SA US A PA Ii ILL A is by far the most powerful ami tLlicaciuiij compound us I'rii-e , T II K t J 1 1 .K K E X 1 1 E Kt 5 1 Y S K X T K U Y SYU I I is a certain and ilt-k remedy ior all diaeaAC ol tlie hnwefs Hrtce ".' eer.t-". -'!' H E 1j ii.EF EX IJ I. K I V 1 1. E R K M E ! Y ne fails to permanently relievo tiiU dilrejeiu dU-eas".- l'riee l. it j - f 1 1 E tt R .E F K X U E IU I f IIII.1REXS PAX AC E A is ;t:i in utuabb eouipouud in all diseais in cident t' ehi!drt-n. - tiieor.kfexi:::ih: fever axp ;i e Ui'AI K1Y is a s. er in j-et iue for this particular ilir-ease Price . cent-. fl-J'TII EtIR.EFEN l'ERC CliEFX MofXTAlX "i lM? l vn ali olut r '' Iu U euril,u'r elle. ts frice cents. "'I'-r"""", ' V.1 r-F l,A 'M " niot a.-iotiL-inn relict in all put- "i""iarv eoniidiiiiits Price r.1 a bolt le. , An en.i- J11'"1 1 u-iaii d Xrw "ik. iTatc that h known the (ra'tcnher 1 onsiimptivv s Ia!m with rrtt smw in l.opy. Our uwu eipcricuee su'tantiate tin .at GEiSFENBERG FAMILY MCDICINES. Arc prepared under the immediate supervision of has I USAlI inert. rTllEOU.EFEXi;EU; HEALTH HITTERS are the most pl :i.-aiit and deiii.tlul tonic cer pre pare! I Price eent. -TIIE;R.EFEXIII:R; EYKi.OTloX is un- pnrnlleletl in all iullammaliou or dia.c of the eye Pricv ceuUi. j Mr If P. L'iv.:s:ii v-ll.. .rir- W.. f....l W An- ' we owe to the public, to slate that Marshall fa- rpJri.h S J,,U::V'i.IMi llVVSt":,S:lr o .C.,;ni'h,iu ' have used your ra'fei.' nr llli-iiaiit have Keen ' Krcatly henetitcd t!ien-ly, m i:i;u h i-o. t'tat were the i priee double we would have tlietn. To t!: t!in saud of ot:r-s who arc sntl rln ; trom weakuesji-s. we would recommeitd the faiiiolieon as a Mire nan- ; I , a. It :rivcs strength to tiiu system aud enables f t'Ui'll i.l trie ir:r:l:l.- ol tui- ootiy t' p.TIor.n HH-ir !li- lrpiuuilu mucin. i.j. Mrs. W. V. KTKK. -Mrs. I). K. M'KKkS. .ViC. SM'OKMl'EIT. Mftl'iisa. Man-h 1. I4")!. ft 'Tlie nliorc nalved l.ailics we are F crsonr.Uy ItCiiiaiiit.-d with. :l:l"l kl;oW taat tor Pu-ral vcai wliiiu wr livi'tl in Alt-tlili:.. th.v ir-ri prnil nuif.-n-rs. JIw . ha? Ik-iii Iia.liy atai'-t.il that it na. wuli uian'iiltr w wh!. ...If to itnTiil niMMi hrr fiTt l...lil. ut' t.'atholi'.-on rii.ir-ljr nir.-.! hrr i.l" licr cii..iiaml. .My wne .'ri'tvil errat l..nof:t from this iiii-iit-iu. V.' r.'i-rmiii.'iitl it to tlie l.adi.-.s this ooii.ity :t. A y-tf. ao.i.l efm i.-iit remcily lor th. many comi'liiinu tho - re mii.jit-t to. JnlI.V WKKKS. K t or C.inficlil IKrald. F.-I-. lit. II. B. K1XOSLET. Cleveland. Cabinet Ware and Chairs. NKW HitJI and XEW GOOD. Till'CSDKLL. O. T. T.IWXSKND. Tni CNSIELL A TOW.3tK. 1. (At the well-kuowu staud of A. Trucsdcll.) AVK eiiti'ivd into a raft n-r.-hiii r the inanarncture ami sale of CA1IIXKT 1 UM 1 1 Kh aud C II A IKS in all iheir various va rieties, and have now on hand a:;d are rcccitiiia; i laive assortuient. connutius tu part, of IT! Sofiii, ll' ;tTrt. Kasy 4 h.iir, Sprinr Seul Chair. Cane vttt i.'h:iivs, arat varifty, Vhr1 Sent " AVImt-Ao1. Iittiejiti5. Dook-Cacs. ks. Va.I-Sian-U. li-ti rt--K r.t tne-. Oili. Cnitlli, !. Jn short, rvrrv rhins itnallv kept rcnli4l frttt sfur- K.xtriiMu Tabic?. i cut re Cur. I Jjiiiinsr llrP:ikt':it Kirrbeu l l 11 IH llf eal.lfc.l.iu.i.1. will be louud or mannfactur- at satifaetorv oriccs. Orders IVoiu a dt!taute promptly attentietl to. and Furniturv carefully packed iui delivered at Cars or C O F F I S A In r?e assortment always on band, and xnade to order at h II times. A Hearse fiirni.-ned when re quired. arc 1.UOIUS ou Jlain near U. K. JK .May IS. ISj. XEW PIIOTOOIIAPIIIC l.NB AMEROTYPE ROOIIS, RIVEIt jnmK. Over E. K. I!) t i Co s .tre. Vro now in successful ojnratior., whtre ht m prepnrtil tu ilo all k'm.Is of work tlio tlitlVn-nt ,1.'! of nrt. l'iiotjrr;iiili. t.'ikt n fruiii tlio .malltvt lo the larirtt sizo. KtMii:il al (cutiiati irirrti ( tiiv nipvinjf mi enlanrinr t any ul.l lAta KKKKoT PKS awl A.M!U; I KS. Atnunrfyp.-s of all zn taken, uiul iu all kinils uf w;ttiitr. .My IL'Ht is suh as to cual'k me lake tlie !-jturc it' ehiMrrti of .ihuiHt any are. l:tlrin:iirvil the public jroltcttcd. t'iiarv? iurwotk rerwiuaMt. WESTERN JIKSEIIVE Carriage Factory. riIIE Proprietor desires to inform hi frienil-ami palrHi, that he may now be fiiuwl o.i Lihorty .trei-t. nitii vi tho l!:t!ik, where, ftirnierly. he is inannJaL'turinc t urlir. aint fir t'arrinses anl liti-it of i vory tK?-riptinn: will euutanlly kerp on hantl a xrt ment of the im-t arproviil slylef. which fur tuate rial. puhstantial norkiuan.olup anil eleanee of tin ih. shall not le sir.asei in tli wtion if Ohio. Tbr.e wantinfT a vehk-le of any kinl. will ! well pi viu:: nie eall. they ean searcely fail in be iiit ititel cither in slyle. iiialily. term.- or priee. 1'aiutiiiiT ani Trimutintr done in a cuperior inaa ner, and at priees that will jrivtr -iatL-tiielion. (V-li wiil be uaid. and irooi uri-e. for the best of kind seetMhl rrowtli ciirnae I'imw. arren, April , Tj. K. K. WISELL. I Boots and Shoes for AIL fin tied bitMties rci.eetfiillv inform.1 tlie rmh- that he hi now rereil to tunatt-h good. in their at tlie rhea'-vl nite. llavin etKrietued workmen he i ;repare.l to execute all orders i'nr LOUTS, MI OrS p.d G ITERS, KOYS and MI.KS WEAR ! every ylyle- and variety. Havinff reeeived a hit of -too! from 11k kast, tiiy are deteruau vd uot to be undersold by miy in this bii.iue.-s. CUSTOM ill always weive rromrt attention, ami havinp experieneed workiiieii. we Ihitter onrlven that wc irive a jrood ?:if ifaetiiu a? t wrk artd I'rii'W any id' our eomin-iitiuj. i. 11. W AltUtLN. F vou tt-aiit to luv t!e finest best fitting l.died Uaiter Boot.-, mil at you want to buy tlie ttnoht and best uttiug Gcntteniuu's Loots, call at W AUREX P. F -ou want anything in tlie way of Youth's or Iufaut's S hoc?, call at you want to buy any 'ciiicles usually kepi in first class Boot and Shoe Store, on Warren and save J) per crnt, hy piirchaiur cash. Warren employs none hut 7.mm1 workuieu. can warrant his work to give ko.nI s.ilLilaelioii. on .liirkel m., near tlie l;ank. Warrun. Jan. UJ-tt 1. 11. WARRK. U1UAL CASES A full assort- ment of METAT.TC lU'RTAT.O ASFS mt re- These t'a.-es beins per!etlv tirtitkt. verv retard deconiDositiou- and. iitirtdv nrerent escape of any offensive van: and are well adap ted to the preservation and transportation of the An?ortment always on hznd. Orders from a distance promptly attend-l to. Warren, 0., June All at anj Jt cate ed. tcui, from taet the rul licve we ea.-y can S. W. PAliK, 0. H. PATCH & CO., IS XOW OFFERING II1S ? Iramcnso Stools. OF '. -1 CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR PRICES . , FOR CASH! ;: REGARDLESS OF : COST" The 4mmIs ir her -miit K u.Ll ks.l tha Pa pie must buy 'em at pi ice to ... ... Suit Tne Times! COMPLETES Ei- , , , , nne.,nalle.? by any other istablUhmont in thawert. A TT?T A XX A TTTTT A T R SPUING AND SUMMER Stok is nw on hanl and beinat onened. cum- lriiiif; iu extent, variety and quality of tioudj, a and the prices rainriuir a little alwve th raat JoW- oiiis Houses ot -New rk ninl iostnn. ill eHiuect ion with our former t'rriim Tmm mm have recently lidded ' SI'KIXtJS. .M'liKWS. Coiiii.ruius STKKL, liA.Ml.S. inox AXLES. and every lUiiip of be?: .Stuff to-other with aUtbinra ueetiuti lo nuita all ktyiuj ut Carrufcer lxuta a w iievIlMrrow tap . . -.; While it-:kiti? of C'arriaco Hardware w would further luculion to CAKKIAGG BriLDEKS : ; ' -the fart that ut our .!'' tV ROOMS on MARKET WTIlEtT, opposite Court Iluue. we hav loitfw - '"J fcuY EXTRA AXLES' not hcrtofiirr kept iu thij market, tuc& a ' A MlTir5C.sEUE. . . : .U 1 KS' " PAT. . lOMUXON S SUKLLU COJ.LAR, tte. ' whieli are rejrarded ty all Eastern Manufacture hvins superior to auythiue iu ue. V. PAKK WILL JOB IKOT ' V ILL Jul! AXLES. i , ' WlLLJOISSPKlXti. '-" ' 'l AV1LL Job UHOAIH LOTII.; U ILL Joll 1AMASKS. S. W. PAKK . WILL RfTAlT. IMRMS. M J LI. K K T. 11. l l LLA KSi WILL KhTA II. Willi's, W1I.LKKTA1LIVOKV RIXC3 WILL UKTAIL SA1LLU. . W. PAKK DKAI.S IX OIL CLOTH.-. 1'KAI.S I X OIL EXA.VKLCL0T1L ,. lKAj IX IkhiK MATS. liKALS IX TIM XKS. 1KALS IX CARPET BAflS. "''' S. W. PAKK .'-..,.: -n.' -M AXl FACTrnK? FIXE IURSEf SIAXl EAfll l!KS HIIAI-T 1MJ. M A .M t AC 1 1 Ji U BHI ULES. MANI F.U'II KKS II ALTERA -. M A X L' FACT I' ll E3 SlKSlXtiLES. S. W. PAKK REPAIRS IIAMKH. : liEl'.MKSSA DOLES, r KKPAI K8 THCXKS. REPAIRS Cl.MHOXS, REPAIRS H1PA. s. vr. park Would rail the attention of CARRIAGE MAKERS '- . TO HIS - LARGE STOCK WELL SELECTED ' Ii.n Rranict Plotdb. Fmm-k Lrcc. . In. Mi.sitn Mi.LS Skis. . .-. Iiash Leithkb. " Fs'L BO. - - ' IU LXB DO. Cl BTilX LtrjiTB, Cakbi auk Kiuaa, .'. Top Prim. Siu Joiirx.'. . .-. etc ete. 'I Rkoadtuitus. OlUASK. En'l -Mrst.is, " l.Rll.L. " lri-K. RedI'lisu, tiKKKN 1.11. Sii.k Lack. Lent Stick. Whip Sim-kkt!!, 1ash Rod.i. Bu s I in. of which we keep constantly on hand lo aanli-f ties to ?uit arty inirrhaer and at prieea DEFYING COMPETITION. Ij eoneluiori allow as to ld that the akuvaM - t alone embraces but a small portion of oar Extensive Stock'. all times on exhibition at oar -''. K E W K O O MS, - .. where we are M.-lliiur at L OVERRATES ' ' ' than ercr for Cah. to suit the present crist. tni shall be happy lo ciaeekv w mur " OLD CUSTOMERS1 " 7-'Va ki.ike new one, at . - - M It K ET. STR KET. .';.'..' r opposite Court House. . - . S. W. PARK, : . ... (srccissoa to o. u. raTcu eo-j . An?. V. .i GREAT CURE!- DR. I.rLAND'! :" "' """' ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND,' 13 TUB ONLY KXI1WX tKMKDT fOB ' ' " Gull and Keanlla. ' ISO i SUKK rVBK ru ALL ilEUi l UIAL DISEASES. is a cimveiiieiuly arranged Band, coniaiuini: a mcliealitl compound, to ba, worn around the V aiet. witlioat injury tn tl. uVre- per-.us. no elianu iu bal.ils of livnui iar4Uir3 and il entirely reiuovt the disea.se from thesya- without producm? the iiijurloui. etleeta onauiff the useof powerful internal mediv-inea whick weaken and destroy the eonstitatioa, ami bIv rem IM.rary relief only, lly this trentiuent, the Dieiliciu al prouertiea eoiit:iinel ia the Band coum m eorr- with the bl.MMl and reach ws the ilisease.thruul pores of the skin. elfeetiiiK in crenr iiistauca a' .crfct-t cure, and restored the parts afilioteU to a a healthy condition. This band U aldv a most p..wer . Anti-.Mkuci iiuw a,-eut. and will mlirely w- the system from the prruiruM effoet of Mer- eary.. . Aloderate eaaea are eure.1 m a frm iay. atui are conxtauily receiving testimonial uf illeui-.: in aev-ravated casef of Inns stnndintf. Price ?CII0. to be ha.1 of lirumrista nenerallr, r , ! be sent l.y mail or expresn with full direction lor ase. to any uart uf the country, diroet t'roia ilu rrim-i; al Utlice NO. 491 BROADWAY, Xew YorV.1 '"f G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietor, ! N. B. DecriptiT Circulars Sent Fr.' 2"Agents Wanted . aejt; Far Sale y Doyt & Stratlo ' : 0. I?eb. SU. 1-61-ly.J . it