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LEND A HAND TO ONE ANOTHER.
OTHER. Lend a hand to one another. - In the daily toil of lifer ' ' When we meet a weaker brother, Let ns help him in his strife. There is none so rich but may In his turn be forced to borrow, Anil the poor man's lot to-day May become our own to-morrow. Lend a hand to one another hen malicious tonguee have thrown . ?T n,P'con on your brother. Be not prompt to oust a stone. There is none so rood but may Run adrift on shame and sorrow. And the best of men to-day May become the worst to-morrow. Lend aaaaa toone another. In the race for honor -crwn t Should it fall upon yowr brother. Let not envy tear it down. Lend a hand to all, wesav. In their sunshine and their sorrow. And the priie we've lost to-day. May become our own to-morrow. My Lost Key. BY AMY RANDOLPH. "I say, Philip, hare you seen my port monnaie?" Mr. Walter's brow contracted slightly at the words, and ho drew away the hand which had been caressing his wife's pret ty hair." "Is that port nionnaie lost again?" "Now, Philip," said the little woman, with a world of pretty penitence in the lengthened word, "don't scold. Upon my word, it's the first time I've mislaid it this whole morning." "It's too provoking Cora," said the iron hearted husband, pushing back the books on the table before him with a movement denoting intense irritation. "Will you never break yourself of the careless habit my love?" Cora was silent, looking down like naughty child who had been chidden. ". You don't know what annoyance these careless habits are to a methodical man like myself, dear," he added in a gentler tone, as the coral lips began to tremble and the eyes to suffuse. "Do try to be more thoughtful, for my sake. Here your lost treasure," he added, quietly drawing a tiny case of pearl and gold from his pocket. "I found it lying on the stairs and thought it a most excellent op portunity for giving my- careless little wife a lesson." Cora clapped her little hands at the sight of the restored treasure and danced out of the room in girusn ciee. "A perfect child," murmured the hus Hand, looking after her with a smile and a sigh blending unconsciously into one an' other. 'Well if I don't make haste I shall be too late to meet the engagement on Cedar street. Let me see, the notes are in my secretary, 1 believe. Nothing like looking up things and keeping tae keys yourself. If Cora only lollowed my example." ilr. Walter paused abruptly, seeking in his various pockets, with nervous haste, for something which seemed not to be forthcoming. "Very strange," muttered he, biting his hps, "1 always put it m that vest pock et. Possible I may have laid it on the table among those papers!" The aforesaid papers rustled hither and thither like animated snow hakes as Air. Walter hurriedly sought among their con fused masses, but it was all m vain. "I can't have lost it." he exclaimed, in dire perplexity. And every one of those notes is locked up in the secretary, with no earthly chance of ever getting at it! But I am certain the key can't be lost I never lost anything! It won't do to wait many more minutes I'll just put on a clean shirt and run down town. Hang the key." Mr. Walter hastened to his room to com plete the details of his toilet, ere he left the house, but his trials were not yet des tined to terminate. He was a methodical man, therefore his bureau was carefully locked, he always kept things in one place, therefore tne keys were snugly reposing in one corner of the inaccessible secretary. lie rushed frantically back to the libra ry, hoping that the key might be on the mantle-piece where he had not yet search ed. No it is not there, but a treacherous inkstand was the contents whereof, by one unlucky sweep of the elbow, descend ed in an ebon cataract over his shirt bosom the shirt bosom upon which alone he bad depended. "Well, here is a catastrophe!" h mur mured gloomily, staunching the inky flow with his pocket handkerchief. ".Howev er, 1 can buttou my coat over it for the present. Let me se there is that mon ey I promised to pay to Smithson to-duy, and" He stopped short, a cold dew of dismsv breaking out on his forehead the money drawer was affixture of the wretched sec retary! Penniless, shirtless and paperless, what more desperate state of atl'uirs could his worst enemy desire for him? There was a lower deep yet, however would he not be characterless likewise if his wife should by any inopportune chance discover that he, the model of rule and order, had lost his key? So thought Mr. Walter as he strode off down town to a day of perplex ities and mortifications. "If ever I tease Cora again about losinsr things," he muttered inwardly, as he en tered the tea-room on returning home, "I hope to be drowned with a hundred weight Jof keys about my neck! It's a judgment upon me!" He unbuttoned his coat as he spoke, forgetful of the ink-stamps of the morn ing. Cora uttered a faint scream, and shrank back exclaiming: "My dear Philip, what is the matter with your shirt bosom to-nicht?" "The matter! Oh!" said he, coloring and laughing. "I rf-inember now I spilt a little ink over it this morning, it don't signify much." "Do let me get you another dear!" "No, no," said he, eagerly detaining hen "it isn't at all worth while. Do sit down and be easy, my love!" But Cora started to carry her baby up to the nursery. Jut sis she reached the door something jingled softly in the pock et of her little silk apron; she stopped in the passage way. "Oh, by the wav, Thilip, here is the.1 key to your 6ecreturie. I found it on the dining room table this afternoon, and." she added, with an arch sparkle of the eye," I thought it would be an excellent opportunity for giving rav husband a les son!" She laid the key in his hand, and run out of the room, as he recoik-d involunta rily from the sound of his own pedantic words. As he contemplated, the gleam ing wards of the sted mischief maker, in mingled delight and mortification, the echo of Cora's merry laughter on the stairs reached his ears like a chime of silver bells. He laughed to5 he couldn't help it! Mrs. Cora Walter was a dUcreet little female. She never alluded to the subject ot keys again and her husband w. after known to reproach her of careless ness. t n. :ti-".1t. J. ' I Tarn. or uisu era and ed aoiuty 1 . for All would iuru J.TJ. ot W P. iitrvcr . an 1 in ! time, ; I ayeu; ors. . kind" . tne What Ges. Cass Thinks. have it on good authority thnt Gpnond Lewis Pdisc ivirrliullv annrnvi tC il, T... ;.!'.. T.'.n;,' TjJ,.i r ui Emancipation Proi lHrnntion, and of all ' ded Other war measures tbas f:ir U'loi.tcd Lv : sonable icy s the Government, lie thinks the IYi-si-dpnt is justified in rcorl:n to the most extreme measure allowable bv civilized ' warfiire to put down the rebellion and save the Republic. A'l real Doiiioor itic statesmen and patriots think fo. The, tories ami relels think, otherwise. Chica go Jtmrnal. Aug The celebrated D ivid Crocket, on rrs iting a nienatrerie. tv.is comparintr the countenance of n moiikev to that of one , of his feUow-membprs of Congress. Turn-i ing, he saw the gentleman had overheard ! his remarks: BO. to make matters pleas- ; tnt. he said. -I do not know which to i apologize to, tou or the nionker. ! a e. ' ! ." m 1 Two old New England ministers were ' ... . 11 1. ,1 11 tal idina by a gallows, when the elder one ridins by a trail asked tha other, "Where would voa be if that tre bore its proper fruit?" "Riding alone, sir," was the reply. Sept. "!U pret-ip fties coatnrti oar pvn, h tin wUU ka&ti CMtiMtt a na and have been introduced to the public for mora than six years, and have acquired an far exceeding any Family Medicine! of similar nature in the market An appreciating public was not long in discovering they possessed remarkable Cvvvtv-c "Vvoc,Y.e, and hence their and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thus enaunng mm to expend of dollars each year in advertising their merit, ana pubiisiitng tne which hare been showered upon him from The peculiarity of the is that they strike at the root of Disease, oy eradicating every particle oi impurity for the life and health of the body depends upon tne purity ot tne blood. If the blood is poisoned, the body drag! nut a miserable existence. These medicines for curing Sjrofula, Syphilis, Skin Diseases, Old Sorts, Sxlt Ifheum, Rheumatism, (Dyspepsia,, fHak Headache, Livar Complaint, Fever and Jlgue, Leuaorrhaea, Female Complaints Erysipelas, . at. finthony's Fire, Tumors, Eruptions, J- .v.' j'u.oue Consumption, ets. r 5 S 9 1 i 01' i'".' -v:-,'-'. her dauiihterwas cured of fits ot nine yeara standing, and St Vitus' dance oi two years. AKOTHEE writes, his son was cured after his Sewn had almost wasted away. The doctors pronounced the case incura ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and A cue ...... alter trv ins every medicine in his reaon. ANOTHER ira cured of Fever Sore wli". .;h Im-i existvl fourteen years. AAUi.iLt.it ol Khenmatism ol eiebt years. Casos innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Lnmpiamt could be mentioned in which the unriT and I Mis Yovs. VWC CVuxvwv. are the most active and thorough pills that nave ever oeen introduced. 1 hey act so directly upon the Liver, excit ing that orisin to such an extent as that the svniein Jimh not relapse into its former con dition, which is too apt to be the case with s:i:i:ily a purrative pill. I htij are really a whirh, in conjunction with the will cure all the aforementioned diseases, I .1 1 .Ml IT , .lii.i, ii tiii-iii-'ruui, win relieve ana care Hea.lj.3he, Costiveness, Coliz CPxi'as. Cholera. JSorbus, In-iig-etion, Pixi.n in the Bowels, (Dizziness, ets. Try these medicines, and you trill nevei resrri't it. A-k yiiur neiirhliors, who hare used them, i r:if v- wi ay tnej are 0ioo "WeW.c.vve v.i.i s:imM tr? tliem before roinsr f..r a r- O nvii-inn 4 -' a Psm!lrit tir Almanac cf m v lual 1 tne eertincates. and if -ron , ... n:i linre pv.r tiui!it'd Tou will A .. i' .? t!,4- iir lOtud rurikxrand Pilk are purely fc. . . . . , ... . .ti,i,Mi(. ui iiiuae eminni cueni i. 1. i-;:i,.u tit S. .,aud Lucke of Cinciiiaatl. '! - :-tl N'uticvs and Certiflcates pub-I I. --I a p-trl ol this Pxper from tiiue to .4 l!:.- 4r-n:liuaviau Veeetal.lo Blond PmiRer, tl i"- -n. i tneivlKllniiriiin Veg. il o-tit Nr Imix, or hnnw f, f 1. til S-iliriiu. X h VjkM Kinrtli St. .1 "I ..1 St.. .,, iniinti, II. Ila.rntnry 1 c UsR dy H0TT 4 STRATT0N and JOHN R. WOODS, arren. Ohio. B. WALKSB. WALKER r. r. ltmax. LYMAN'S WOOLEN MILLS 7EST WARREN AND GIRARD Office in Nichols' Clothing Store, Main St, - . vuiu, AUiled ClfltJia PlinmArM Ralin.lt, ..I. Ad. eonstantlv ou h&nd in r..Um ... tVu- t--U Wool; also Wool manufactured on shares or by encash paid for Wool. Juna 4, '62-2m Warren Marble Works THE undersigned would respjctful ly announce to the citizen, nf Trnmhnll mw. surrounding counties, that we stand ready to fur- taeui wuu toe latest ana most approved ast pt ivs 01 Mom amenta, lleadstenem. anything that comes in the line of manufaetur. Marble, and can satisfy all in reference to our ana smii in execution ol work. The Bnest quality of Italian and American Marble constantly 1 v. 11 uuu. atBv, plans auu aestgns 01 au kinds, the benelit of customers. persons wishing to obtain any thing in our line do well to call and eiamine our stock, be- vtoios eiaewuere. . HOWARD A KCEHLER. Liberty Street, opposite the Bank. Warren, July 3U, lb62-tf OYER'S NOTICE. 1fR. R. WHEAT LEY roost pectfully informs res- forms the Ladies and flrnitlMn., u.rren aud vicinity, that he has fitted up a DYE HOU.E. on the River Road, one door south nt Mr liaskill's residence, where he is prepared to dve Kinn ui k-imhi. vuat-r Stilt, worsted, Cotton or Woollen, the very best manner, and warranted to eivaut. itfaetion. 4aTAU goods returned in one week's uenticmen s (.not ties cleansed and Dyed in fishionsble colors. Ladies' Dresses cleansed and ncewise rancy Bonnets of all kinds and eol : Sbwsls cleansed, dyed and pressed. Also, all of Ribbons colored, and Mourning dyed on soonest notice. Orders respectfully solicited, and promptly atten to. at the shortest notice sod on the most terms. Terma Caab. MWMB VI VIUUIC WT Kll U a II Offtl- uroeery, viuinDy 11111. iT. lS62-3m R. WHEATLET. ARE YOU INSURED ? YOUI CHOICE IS TOE F0LL0WIXQ FIRST CLASS COMPANIES: CHARIER OAK, Hartford. Conn.. Cash Capital .. ....... ARCTIC. New Tork, Cash CapitalZ!Zl. MAXHATTAX. New Tork. Cash Canital with a Urge accumulating surplus. PHCEXIX. New York, Cash Capital S200.000 HUMBOLDT. New York. CashlCapital.- $300,000 Also, Life Inanranee Companies. CHARTER OAK LIFE. Hartford, Capi- and Surplus... ,., $700,000 vivRirrin ttrr v v. v 1 $300,000 $250,000 $250,000 MAXHATTAH LIFE. New York, Aecu. muiation $1,000,000 WM.-T. SPEAR, Aff't, 10. 1862-tf Market St, Warren. 0. SL, Dealer ana i and v.-, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ! . S. BtrOOOO, C A. ADAMS, WM. BITgZBL. IIAPOOOO, ADAM A RITE2EL, j rCBLiSHtrcs or i Western Reserve Chronicle. I EMPIRE BLOCK. MARKET ST. ffFor Urm. ralee of adrirtieing, dV.. es ianaVw PROFESSIONAL. F. W. MESSESSCUXIDT, Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, Warren. Ohio, i itl- c... in fv,.l Mines attended to. Also Examinations, Maps and Reports ol Collieries made. Aprils, oi S. X. CABTEB, Justice of the Peace. Office on 2d floor of Web). ' Block, Main St., Warren. O LApr 23. '02. i. ncKnoHAii. w. a. duus. BFCHIXeHiX nrxs. . .. a n..-..iina t T.w Cleveland. Ohio. Prompt attention given to Collections in Cuya- aoga ana aajo.mu, Jone ly GEORGE F. BBOWJT, Attorney at Law, Webb's New Block, Main Street, arren. onto. " A. W. JOXES, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, at Power's Cerners, Mecca, iruuiuuu I. 1 FCLLER, Attorney at Law; office in Jameson's building. Mar ket Street, Warren, Ohio. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, . . t ..j Vnti-v Pnblie. W arren. Ohio, Collections promptly made. Deeds acknowledged, and Conveyancing attended to; office in StWoiM & Smith Mloca. E. II. EXSIGX. ... .a v ..J PMiwintnr for Trumbull Counti: offiVat the Old Clerk's OtBce. north of the Court House; arren; unio. r. I- HCTCBIKB. . W. EATUPF. W. O. FOBB1ST. HCTCIIIXS, RATIJFF FORHIBT, Attorneys at Law- office over Freeman. Hunt A Co. s Banking Office, Market Street. arren. Ohio. S. M. YCTTLB. STULL. TUTIXE et STI LL, Attorneys at Law: office at the old office of 8utlifr Tattle. High Street, two doors west ot me Amer ican House, Warren, , Ohio. I. a. TATLOK- L. 0. JOSES. TATLOn JOJIES, Attorneys at Law, Office in the Koonis formerly oc cupied by Forrist A Burnett, east side of Public Square, Warren, Ohio. H. . MUSIS. U. SIBOaABD. BIKCILABD HOSES, Attorneys at Law, Warren, 0, Office one door south of Oaskill House. April 2.- W82-tf . j. o. cox. - COX A SPEAR, Attorneys at Law, office on Market Street, over the C. W. SMITH. a. L. WOOD. SXITH WOOD. Attorneys at Law. and insurance ir" Hoyt Jt usoorne s crore. non - - Dr. J C LI AX UARXON, Physioian and Burgeon; offioe north iside eT rubue Square, arren, umu. v. " ', p o'clock morning and evening, and from i to 1 r M Dr. F. A. BIERCE, Homapathie Physician and Surgeon, ymce ana Residence 3 doors east oi Lamps i SU Warren, 0. - S. j. BICI. Physi County, 3C. J. M. RICE, n n . (11. TMn.n11 lieians ana aurgeons, uraoevuio, i """ Ohio. O. B. WOODS, M. D. DB. H. D. DlLLOH. WOODS dt DILLOSf, Physicians Surgeona; office over N ichola' Cloth' ing More. 3&ain street, n arrco, uuw. JUHR LOT. 1- O- HBLSOJI. Physicians and Surgeons; office east of the Bank, Market Street, n arren, unio. J. DATIS, M. Eclectic Physician and Surgeon; office over Hunt A Brown s Leatner Store, Jlain store, n arren, J. T. O. HOBTOX, SI. l.. Eclectic Physician uwl Surgeon, Bristol, Trumbull County, Uiro. E. MOORE, Physician and Surgeon: ofiice at the residence of S. I. Branson, SouUiington, irumouu county, umo. I SPEAR, X. D Eclectic Physioian and Surgeon; office over Moser's store. Market street, n arren. imio. raiutum attention given to Chronic Diseases. J. C. BOY MAX. Physioian and Surgeon. Girard, Trumbull county. Ob 10. Particular attention given tomseasesoi the Lungs. Chronic Diseases in general. Dr.A E.LTN1X. Surgeon Dentist, operator in all forms of Scientific, Medical and Mechanic al Dentistry, Newton Falls, OMay28 MERCANTILE. R. U. BAR.WM, Wholesale and Retail dealer in American and For eign Hardware, Iron, Nails, tilass. Arc. an (bor der's Block, Market Street, n arren, Ohio. XeCOXBS dk SXITHS, . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Amer lean Dry Uoods, Uroceries, Crockery, Ac, Corner 01 Main and Market ctreets, v arren, Onio. U . rici, B. PECK. PECK BROTHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Do mestic lry uooas, bilk and btraw Bonnets, Trim mings, arieues, c. at tne sign ot the narrtn Dm (looam nor," rnoenix Block, arren, Ohio. . . rOBTIB. W. N. A W. F. w. r. rostra. PORTER, Dealer in School and Miscellaneeas Books, Station ery, ft all rapers, rerioan Msjraxines. at the yw Street, Warren, Ohio. odicals. Pamphlets and York Book More, Main L. i. IDDISSS. O. MOBQAS. iDDiires noBOAS, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Alamware, carpeting, bole Learner, Aic, at the sign of the "Empirm Stort," Market Street, Warren, Ohio. B. S. FABKS. A. WBXTZ. PARKS k WE.MZ, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. Crock ery. Boots, Shoes and Leather, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, vt inaow onaaes, neaay Aiaae Homing, ic, always cheap for ready pay at the New York Store, Market street, arren, Ohio. S. BATMOND. PITCH ADAMS. 8. RAYMOND el COM Wholesale Dealers in Foreign aod Domestic Dry toeoda, carpets, oil ciottu, and v au faper, A 0. Water Street, Cleveland, Ohio. J. TAVTBOT. T. E. ACKLBT. M. W. 8ACKBTT. JT. TACTBOT A CO., Importers of Oold and Silver Watches, and Dealers in Jewelry, Silver Ware, ie.. Market Street, War ren, Ohio. a. kixb. 1. KISS. UIXG A BROTHER, Dealers in Watches. Clocks, Jewelry. Silver, Plated and Brittania W are. Lamps, ancy Goods, Ao., No. 7, Main Street, Warren. Ohio. All kinds of Clocks and Watches carefully repaired and war ranted. GROCERS. X. A. PATMOR. Wholesale and Retail dealer in Flour, Salt Fish, xlams, snouldere, iish. salt. Butter, Lard, Su gars, Syrup, Orleans Molasses, Teas. Coffee, burn ing Oil, Fruits aud Vegetables in their seasons. Groceries of all kinds. Confectioneries, Ax., 3c. No. 23, Market St. May ZH. '61. be C. M. FIELDS. VS. PEFFKka. C. X. FIELDS eV PEFI'EKS, Sueetnonlo W. F. Fields, Dealer in Groceries, Flour, Produce, Provisions, Corn, Uats, potatoes, tub, bait, Confectioneries, Fruits, Nuts, etc.. also fresh Oysters and Fish in their seasons. 2 doors west of the Bank, Market Warren. Ohio. Apr 8, 1662. 1 t rtlEE. J H SMITH. FBEEB SXITH, in Groceries and Provisions, Wooden and oioue n are. juaraet ctreel, n arren, unio uciio MaNTJFACTTJRERS. I. SrEAB. g. SPEAR, JB. EDWARD SPEAR t S03T, Manufacturer and Dealers in Lumber, Rough and j,., i,,,uu, dmu. rioonng, ciaing. Shingle and Lath, Ne 1, Canal Street. Warren. O. on this One-horse ui hi be ing ess west. If tice. In Poles, auy , timber, wi "f-asn. ? J market onr vr . . their W. . BULL. a. MKDBtTKT. W. II. II TEE Jt VO Mnufseturers of Improved Steam Engines, Iron era rounder and Millwrights, Franklin oundry. Corner of Liberty and South Streets. Warren, Ohio. AEEXAM1EB MrtOXXELL. Manuraeturer and Daaler in Boots, Shoes, Leather rinding. Main Street, Warren, Ohio. BEJTJAXI3T CBAXAGE. Manufacturer and Dealer in B,ots. Shoes, Rubbers, ilitl B.uf Lthf. i'indiugsTLists. Ac!! wun, .. BI ITU, VUIU. Any in ten be su straw. r. N E. II. AELItsOX. MaaufaetBrer aad Dealer in Saddle. Harnesses. ..u.s, aiarungaiee, Arunits, H dips, Buffalo and Fancy RobeaJ Qorse-Blankets. Covers, Fly-Net. No 17, west side of Main Street, Warren. O WILLI All TATEOB. Manufacturer of Saddles, Harnesses, Trunks, to. i i. imuiiuic, muii venter oi r armington. 6X10,900 o. Six OUK Song IN no entitled S. H. boles. a r. BAKSHXAX. HULKS ft niMUSIlS, Manufacturers and Dealers in Cabinet Ware. fh.;r. Ac Coffins on hand, and made to order on short notice ana reasonable terms, n est garmingtoa, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. W. B. SMITH. W. SMITH. W. II. A W. SXITH A CO., Prtluoe, ConouiAiiii and Forwardiug 5fer-haut liialers in Wmti-rn Kenerve Cbewe and Burter no. 12 fine street, Et. louui, Musonru fartieu lar attention will be paid to the sale of Western Reserve Cheese and Butter. Will make liberal advances on, and render prompt returns for any property eensiguea to mem. Same Parties ander the style of McOOMBS A Qli US Warren. Ohio. HOTCLS. " T H E U NT6 N . " ARCH STREET ABOVE THIRD. Philadelphia. UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor This Hotel is central. Convenient by Passenger Railway Cars to all parts of the City, and in every particular adapted to the comfort and wants of the Traveling Public. Tertue, a I. SO per day. Jan. la. '02-ly X.ITIOXAL HOTEL, 3.57 tVRTLAXDT STREET, Near Broadway, New York. H. A. CHASB, Proprietor. H. A.CBASI, Jr. The hotel has been refitted in good style, with new furniture. May 7, lfto-'-lyr. Coal, Coal! 3nhe Warren Gas Light Company, L Have opened a Coal Yard, in connection with eirOas Works, where they are prepared to fur Ath Coal of the best quality, in large or small quan tities. Oct 15, '62-tf Triomphe De Gaud Strawberry. Oar stock of Plants of this'unrivaled Strawberry, is nnequaled any where. GRAPE VINES. WE HAVE 75.000 GRAPE VISES FOR SALE Of superior quality, of the Delaware. Hartford, Concord, Diana, FJalngburg, C'nyahoga, Creellng. And also other new and valuable kinds. As we have every faeility for keeping up our supply, we offer great inducements to Fall parohasers. Send for our circular. J. KXOX. Box 133 PltUbwrgh, Pa. ti ii.i.i i;ky. JS'EW ROOMS! NEW GOODS! US. KING would inform her friends and the public generally, that lbs as onened her new rooms over Andrews A Weeks' Store, on Market Street, where she is opening the most desirable lot of goods in her line, ever brought to this plaee. Thankful for favors received durug opes ood stock always on head, and by promptness oiur business, to merit and receive a conticuatitn ol tuem. Dec. lath. '(30. M KS. M. A. KING LADIES Hula and Cups, of all kinds kept eonstautly on hand and for sale at MRS KINO'S FLOWERS and RI BBOXSofneir' and desirable patterns and colors at MRS. KINO'S. TOJJK PUMP WATER PIPE and STONE WARE MANUFACTORY. Th....l scribers, having enlarged their Factory, adding nee machinery, buildings and klin, are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of Stone Pomps. Pips, Tile and Ware All kinds of these articles eoustantiy on hand. We invite the attention of old customer and will be happy to see many new ones. Ordeis solicited, and when received will have prompt at tention. LOVELESS k HAYMAKER. Warren, a. Sept. 6. leoU s: IBERAL DU.-.-unt Trade, as usual. made to thu MRS. KINO. Sabbath Schools. A few moro nice Libraries just opened at the Newi Depot, direct from the American Sunday School Union. Ten Dollar Libraries, rive Dollar Libraries, Three and a half Dollar Libraries, - tnion Hymns.' Child's Scripture Question Books, Golden Chain, Sabbath Bell, . Tickets and Reward Card;. . W. N. W. F. PORTER'S. WOSTHOLM'S I'OCJCET Knives, tlie largest and bet tMiirtm.nt brought to this part of the State, now on exhibition I ACkAKD S. 1ALL and SEE, the Braman Vy ing Machine at Adams' Bookstore, It is a first elasa machine, it will ojuilt, stitch, hem, gather, fill and embroider. PIANOS! PIAXOSI! . B. UrCKE, .. I - . .. . n ,1, . Mamci oireet,, .empire uioek, is now seoeiving Pianos from four different manufactories, finished in the most beautiful style, with all the latest improvements in the action as well as the eases. As we are not agents for our manufacturers, but purchase all our instruments mostly for Cash, we able to sell them, in fact, oheaper than they can bought at retail in New V ork. All persons wishing to purchase a good Piano, will find it to their own interest to call on us before pur chasing at some other place. All kinds of musical instruments taken in ex change. All kinds of instruments tuned anil rnir1 k. . piai-iicai fuira uiusr, id gooa style, sno all work werrsuieu. JanJb,V Genuruls, Grand March, with a magnificent engraving of exact portraits e nest inin ADAMS' : J mi allour g generals. published, at The finest thing of the tiroes. Inst M CMC STORE. rriAKE YOUR GUN & GO, JOHN, a a new patriotic bong, jnst published, at ADAMS MVSIC STORE. WESTERN RESERVE Carriage Factorv rpHE PEOPEIETOR de- L sires to say to the public, that tnere can oe seen ax bis Karmntnrv A,iDeny cireet, a lew roas soutu of the W estern neserve can, tne largest assortment ol Carriage and Haggle, Thst'be has ever exhibited and offered for sale in market, Uis stock consist of FAMILY CAR RIAGES snd SLIDE SEATS, of various n.tt.. Bueriesof nesrlr srerr dwriminn all wuicn are 01 toe latest aua most approved East ern styles, which for quality of material, substan tial workmanship and elegance of finish, cannot ha surpassed by any other establishment in the State. uaving insuccessiui operation a f. it. AM KNtilN R all the neeeasarv maehinervfor m,nnf,Minn. Spokes, Hubs, Felloes, and everything that can done advantageously by machinery. Joeing a practical mecbanie nimself, superintend and overseeing all the various branches, he is prepared to furnish a vehicle in first rate style, for money than any other manufacturer in the HACKS. PEDLER S WAGONS. COACHES AND UAKULClifcS, not on hand, will be made to order, on short no "Repairing, Trimming and Painting done with nearness ana uispaten. VA1I work done at ni manufactory warranted. addition to the above, I am prepared to fur nish Carriage-makers and others with the best qual ity of Turned Spokee, Bent Rims, Bows, Shaft, Seat-arms, Hubs. 4C., at aa low prices as at otner eatauiunment. Carriage-makers desiring to furnish their owa can get their Spokes and Hubs turned oa 1 uuucv, auu at iiur price. SeptS-lottt E. K. WI3ELL. Wanted Immediately ! Any quantity of first rate seasoned Spokes, Hick ory and Whit Oak Lumber, in exchange for work . fc. WISELL. ..t v, ed is sell c VI mild i T Wall your J Hymi A Flax Straw Wanted. Tons nf Mowed or Pulled f J J green or rotted, for whieh the highest price will be paid ia cash, oa delivery at Hsx Mills, in IV arren. n v , , , CAMP 4 BOORUM. B. Farmers should be careful not to bring straw wet ; also aa free of weeds aa Dowble wishing to rot their straw, will find it to their do so. as the ditferenee in tha nri will ci.eDt to more than pay all extra labor oa the t to i CAMP Rnnei'u o. itememDercau is ready, Warren, Aug. 6. leS2. Anv information vuiIm! will K. .nuii. TEW MUSIC, Or.at Song of tha Day. more. 600.000 more, 600,000 more WE ARE C0M1NU FATHER ABR'AM. Hundred Thousand More. By a Volunteer. GRAND ARMY'S New Marching Hymn t o "Canaan," of the Six Hundred Thousand, by C. S. Brain rdi' ii Sj nt "ch' foT mt Oeo- A,1ms, . . v.wm. u,i.ic in i uujiuuui i up iouniry. L O pies sent by mail on receipt of price by S. BRAINARD k CO., Musir Publisher. CleveUnd, 0. PRE3S-N.W Negro Song, Okl Mami'e ptriae to Waeiimglon." ' the Sisters of our Volun- ..ilj'2' ud,c'd b new Seng and Chorus, Brav Boys are They, just published at Aug.13.lbo2. ADfolS' BOOKSTORt sewing, leas carried Its a Bv and very It material lightest diHic.lt the other be It having change such eight it It Each nied Sent of an should rel IBe 'r- 1 ATTENTION BATTALLION. HEAD-QUARTERS. ) Kivkb Block Druo Stork. n arren. .Nov. 13. '61. ) ? E the underMlicd take plcaoure ' in announcing to the ritizi-iis of Warren. snd vicinity, tlie trciiu arrival of our nifw stock li t'i UK", vueiuicniH, j ainin, vni, iiye Slutlri, live VV ood, ic selected Willi pni care from reliable Lantern Hound, and beg leave to submit the tiillow ing list. E--iocmlty do we cull the aitentiuu ot 1'hy sioians to our new stock of Medii iiios, and invite tneui to mil ami exauiue. HOVT A hTRATTWX. No. 5, Muin Street, Warren, 0. Burnett's Bocaine for the Hair airs. Allen s Dressing do Ciroaiwian Oil do Tricopheras do Lyon's Katliariou do .Saufonl s Dressing do Prof. WooiN' Ueatormive du Mitchell's llsndkcnhief Kltrs. I. Basin's dii ib Uarrison's Toilet Sonis. Baziu's do do Colgate's do do Brown Windsor do Genuine Yankee do Paiuters Diauioud Cement. Spauldings' Glue A Confeut'us. 1 nmitaitoros llair Aye. Batchelors du do Matthews do do Harrisons' do do Jaynes' do do 100 os Sulph. Quinine. 10 os do Morphine, Merrills' Eclectic Preraratious. Keiths' do do Tilden's P.uid Extracts. Pure Iod. Potasaa. do Witrate silver, llanilins' Wiszard Oil, Beusine for Kruiug Grease. Pure Medical Liuunr. Svrup Iol. Iron. Cnloril'orm, tilycerine. Pure Olive Oil, Silver Glan Starch, Pure l'iii Starch. Bird Car. Coil Liver Oil, C'arbu Oil aud Lumps. Lantt-rn. Mott's Pillls, Mollat's Pills. Roback's Pills. Gra-Henburs PillK Morsi-' PillN Uolloway's PilU. Soule's Pill.-. Hooper's Pills. Clnrke's Pills. Price's PilN. Cheesman's I'illi. Motts Iron Pills. Wright's Pills. Sli ong's Ague Pills, Ayer's Pills, MoLane's Pills, Bennett's Pills. Hibbards Pills, Bandrcth Pills. Spauldiug's Pills. ' Jayne's PilU". Seller's Vermifuge. MuLane's do Jayne's do Fahnestock's Vermifuge, Van Dueeou s Worm Coufec'us Mathews' do do Uolloway's do 00 Putty. McCuily's Window Glass. Croton do do Sand Paper, Burning Fluid, Alchohol, Druggists' Furniture. Trusses, Spatulas. Catheter), Glass Svrinires. Metal Svrinses. Elastic Syringes, Breast Sumps. Pure Chrome Green, Dry and in Oil. do do do do do do Chrome Yellow, Vermillion, Drop Black. Venetian Red Yellow Ochre, Red Lead. do do do do do do Solution Tin, Dy Stuffs. Nitric and Muratic Acid, Sulphuric and Acetic Aid. Aqua Ammonia fl b. Sweet Spirits Nitre. Sulphuric Ether. Turpentine. Benzole or Naptha, a substitute fur Turpentine. japan arnun. No. 1 Furniture Varnish. No. 1 Coach Varnish, While Demar Varnish, Asphaltum Varnish, Pearl snow white Lead in Oils, Baltio " . " " Washington ' 1 Fahnestock " " Washington Metal Zinc Franklin Snow White . Pure dry White Lead and Zinc. Smith's Extra Paint Brushes. Varnish Artist's " Sash Hair Tooth Flesh Tanner's Oil, Pure Linseed Oil. Castor Oil. Sweet Oil. Neats Foot Oil, Mecca Refined Oil, Mecca Lubricating Oil, Tallow Candle. Sterine Sperm " Star Pure Salcratus, Pure Cream Tartar, Pure Sub Crab Sopa. No I Nutmegs. Mace, Citron, ZanteCurrants Cassia, Cloves. Span'shlndigo NEW STOCK OF SPJtIATG AND SUMMER BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 H BE.VJA3IIN CRANAGE, AVING EEMONED TO NO. 12, Market Street. Warren. Ohio, one door east it Ti b ii i ,5. :.. .. - . imiuiiu imiu.uc . 1.1,1 C, u uu ww , , v . with the largest stock of Spring and Summer BOOTS k S11UES, ever brought to this market. It well known that we are the oldest and most expe rienced Boot Makers in Warren, and nse the best materials that can be obtained for cash, and are willing to warrant all work made to order, aniLwill at the prices, quality considered. Ladies and Gents' Inula Knblter Booln. Sole Leather Hidings, Ac, constantly en band. 4V Don't forget the place. we over X Late Made Cheese Wanted. rE will Pa- the highest market V Price in Cuek for aov amount late insde suft Cheese. McCOMBS it SMITHS. b. o, 'ta-lf. WALli I'Al'EK Now opening ut " Porter's Bookstore, a large and choice lot of flease call soon snd make W.N. A W.F.PORTER. Paper and Borders, Spring selections. riURISTJAN HYMNS Just r.c'd from the publishers a good stock of the above Feb. 26. 1862 W. N. k W. F. PORTER. r( See A JEM FOB THE JIILLIOX! RCXXINd STITCU SEWING MACHINE! Price I"lv Dollars. practical, rapid, efficient, and durable Sewing B I teived. the body. An dUtance Mauhine. adapted to a large proportion of frnmlv or for manufacturing purposes. It is highly ornamental, and so light and portable, (weighing than one pound.) that it can be conveniently in the pocket or reticule. operation is so very simple that it require but slight degree of judgment to use it. the simple turning of a crank with one hand guiding the work with the other, it silently yet rapidly with a common needle makes the run ning stitch exactly like hand sew ing, only more per fect and regular. will hem. gather, ruffle, shirr, tuck, run up breadths, etc with a single or double thread on anv adapted to the running stitch, from the and thinnest up to two thicknesses of ordi nary silk or muslin. The thinnest, usually th mt to stitch by other machines, being sewed easiest. For ladies' and children's apparel, and articles made of litfUt fabrics, it will therefore found almost invaluanle. is attached to the table like a sewing bird, and no tension, and requiring no lubrication or of stitch, is always ready for operation, and a marvel of simplicity that a child of aix or years can understand it immediately, and ue successfully. is not at all liable to get out of order. machine is put up in a neat box, accompa wuu iuii auu explicit uirections, anu tweniy tve needles. to any address in the United States on receipt order, inclosing the amount, or mar be collec ted by Express oa delivery of the machine. Liberal arrangements made fur agencies. Mother, Dress-Maker, Milliner and Lady have one of these sewing msrhine.. Address, Maue. IIEMOMEST, rwV&i-2m 473 Broadway, N. V. staves Wanted. 'uweribor will pay the hitrhest Arket price in cash fur anv amount of nil K.p. OlMe and Headings, delivered at hi shop on vwaal. near M. B. Tayler'a Warehouse. A N DIETZ Warren. Ohio. June 18, 186i-3m " J pot, Artemss lhe Cecil are P and a I - uu WE i.- u which nesessary in FULK & WEIR, WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS IX c mo CKERl Gill and Plain China Ware, Liver. (,,to1 Britania Ware. Glass Ware. Look- ing Glasses. Also Mecca Oil and Oil Lamps. Table Cutlery. ooden are. and everything in the house keepuig line generally. If you are in want of any f'. ."!''itioned. eaU at the Crockery Store opposite the llauk. I Feb. 5, 18i splIlXA Tea Setts at the CROCKERY STORE. Mecca Oil Lumps cheap ut the CROCKERY STORE. f you want a Sett of Dishes for Fivei JL Dollars, call at the CROCKERY STORE. fo yourself as others see von buy a Lookiug Glass of FULK k WEIR. If you want a Sett of Dishes worth Twenty Dollars, call at the CROCKERY STORE. TTTash Ttihs, Vttli Boards, Clothes v T Pins Clothes Baskets and Brooms at the Feb. 5. laoi CROCKERY STORE. T)oriid:iii an JL factured in Oh less in price. I Parian China, manu- Ohiu, eu.ua! to imported ware and '. A IV. Braman's Sewing Machine. ryhe Bra JL spect a man Machine is in every re- drat cohM- aimnle. Drmiltiftal And rali. bi FAMILY SEWIXG XAfniXE. Among the advantares it has over others, are the following: 1st lhe works are so arranred that tha Machine can be run backward or forward, sewing equally well either wav. it can always be started with the foot alone, and is always sure to be right. 2d The needle is perfectly straight, thus enabling it to work through heavy goods withont trouble or danger of breaking by springing as with curved ones. 3d The thread is used direct from the spools both upper aud lower, thus saving the trouble ef re winding. 4th lis simplicity and non-liability of getting out of order. 5th The case with which it can be operated, and the durability of its work, the seam is very elastic, and eannot be ripped, although every fourth stitch is rut. This machine will Quilt, Hbm, Gathib, Fell and Embboiueb. Please send for circular. Agents wanted to whom liberal inducements will be o dar ed. Add re . H.CKOHKLL4CO, Manulacturer and Dealers in Sewing Machine, No. 211. Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio. A. GEO. ADAMS. Agent for Trumbull. Ma chines to be seen at Adams' Bookstore. March 5. bv2 NEW FIRM & NEW GOODS. TTT N- & W. F POBTEll ar. now If e receiving their new stock of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY. We have also a large stock of CHILDRENS' TOYS, which will be sold wholesale and retaiL Our friends are invited to call and see our stock. Oct. 23. ol. W . N. k W. F. PORTER. INSURANCE AGENCY. I. L. FULLER, Agent, Office, Jameson's Building, Warren. May 16. 1860-tf Market Street. HOWAKD ASSOCIATION, Phila delDhia for Iht RtlUf of lhe Sick and Dit- irsssea, aitfieted tcilk YimUnt and Chroma Jtseasc of the bcjcuat Organ. Medicol Advice given Gratis by the Acting Sur geon. Valuable REPORTS on SPERMATORRHOEA or SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organ;, and on the NEW REMEDIES em ployed in the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter envel opes free of charge. Address 111. j. ab.iL.L.ix rtunjtiiu.ii, Howard Association. Nov. 10. '61-tf Kinsman Carriage Factory. II aving greatly increased my facil- JL JL tie for manufacturing, by the addition new buildings, a steam engine and maohinery to my establishment, I am prepared to furnish vehicles of every description of the best Duality, and at fair prices. In elegance of finish, quality of material, and ex cellence of workmanship, the Carriage shall not be surpassed in the State. Painting, Trimming and Repairing done at the shortest notice, and in the best manner. Kinsman, O.. Feb. 0. '62. W. B. GORTON. s L'NIOX PUMP FACTORY. TONE PUMPS of the very Quality manufactured at the Union Factory, at arren. where purchaser can be supplied at all times ou as accommodating terms a at any other shop. Pumps to wholesale dealer delivered at the Cars. o Drayage. April 24. lSol. REUBEN MILLER. Refined Meca Oil & Canfield Coal Oil tOE SALS to dealers at ruanafac- Wan turcrs prices, at the Hardware Headquarters, arren. O. H AUUU Jr ACKAKD. Jan. 3, '61 WRITING PAPERS. WE have just opened a large lot of writing Papers of the best brands, which will sell low at wholesale or retail. hOOLSCAP. LEGAL CAP, SERMON PAPER. COMMERCIAL NOTE. LA Oit.S NOTE, and PACKET POST, do BATH. POSTOFFICE PAPER- UNION PAPER, of all stvles. at May 21. '62. W. N. k W. F. PORTER. ENVELOPES !! I so the largest stock of Envelopes ever Drougnt to town, vis: LEGAL ENVELOPES, several sizes, LADIES white do. all sixes and finest brand. n:ty varieties, at Jlay 21. bz. w. a. X w. i. POKIER. best T-?V 4 ARN0L1 INK. rlhe ireniiitio article of Arnold Ink quart', pint, half pints. May ill. 'tfi W. N. and smaller sizes, at A W.F.PORTER. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS. Copies just received comprising f)f all styles from 75cts to $10. each. Also CARD 1'IIOTOiiRAPiiS of all the distinguished men, at May 13. lS6i W. N. k W. F. PORTER. Get the Best. advertisement of the BBAMAX SEWIXG MACHINE, Agency tor irumbuu county, at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. UK1AL CASES A full assort- ; from l,Ta kids to ment of METALIC BURIAL CASES Just i- TlieeCa9t?9 being perfectly air-tight, very ororxinon. nd entirely nre1 escape f any offensive cas; and are well adap ted to tlie preservation ana transportation of the aiwortment alwav on hand. Orders from a promptly attended to. TKU r SDELL A TOAVXSKX D. Warren. O., June 15. hVd. NEW BOOKS. ust received at Porters' Bookstore and News De Wsrd his Book, Bay Path, by J. O. Holland. Ajnes ot orrento. by Mrs. H. B. Stowe, t'earl ot Urr Island. . Grape Culture and Wine Making, by Phin, Fauleuil, by Victor Hugo, John Brent, by Major Theodore Wiuthrop. Dree me. Strawberry Culture, by Pardee. Jock Me to Sleep, Mother, The Rock beside the Sea. Bright be thy Dreams, Lonr, long weary day. four of the finest song of the dsy for the Piano, at Adams' Music Store. T it.- i- - 1 1 Tiff In large cai I as TF L Tr arson Brownlow's new book Art emus Ward's new hook. The Cloister and the Hearth, bv Chas. Reed, great variety of other new bookj, just ree'd at Adams Uooltstora. ANDERSON & RTJPP, WHOLKSALg AS1 ETAIt. GROCERS AXD C0XFECTI0AERS, PEALKKS is WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, XC.t Vi. 5, Main Street, Varren, Ohio. keep alwaj s on band a large nMSu.prior ,0k o" Goods in our line, we sell at figure to suit the time. It ia not for us to enumerate, but merely say that quantity, quality, and fairness of price, we defy amnetition. 110:! TF 4- L A. call for and T .tore, A i This at The i ! ' STEAIYI CARRIAGE FACTORY. AT-" ' r- ft . SOUTH OF CANAL, Warren, Ohio, ed my establishment by enlarging my already c -Having lately extended and improv- truducing a steam eugiue. with ail kinds of machinery adapted to the business, by wbwh a great saving 01 material, nine ana labor are euected, hereby anording tacilities for manufacturing and selling a BAA- extensive buildings, as well as erecting aew one, ia- IKK artlele for the same or LiiS mouev than can be atforded without such advantaeiH. and tnulovtne au iucreascd number of the very best workmen in the country, many of whom are direct from the east ern cities, I am uow prepared to make and turn of A BL'GG X VER DAY. At my Repositories may be fouod at all times the best assortment of finished work in the country; all of which ia warranted la every respect, and for quality, workmanship durability and finish, is not to be surpassed in this country, or by eastern manufacturers. Anioug my stock ot nnisned work may be lound CLUSE CUACHKa. of various style a nd prices. lUAlUUltOS, BUCKA W A I S. a variety of 1, 2 and 3 seats, CARRIAGES, a variety of 2 and 3 seats, PiiTuNS. 1 and i seats, top standing and tailing, JKNNY LlSDo. CARRIAGES, five pattern slide seat. SULKIES. BAROUCHES. BIGGIES, a large variety, consisting TROTH. SO, dkopfrg.Vt. democratic wagons, know nothings. GAZELLE. TIPTON, BOX BIGGIES, etc.. etc. My present faciltles enable me tofur TICE. Pinom ...i.. i ui 1 iiue 01 ousiueos, are reuBtmi w u miu aw iui uiouisvivee. Especial attention to Custom Work and Repairing. Painting and Trimming done on short aotiee, and ui st tes to suit tne most taauuiou. . a- i vita, n AnttAji i.u. AUo. LUMBER WAGON'S. Lest article, for one and two horses. nish to order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SHORTEST NOT Warren, April 15, lSoti. H. C. BELDEN. GRPENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES. Are prepared under the immediate supervision of a skiiUul Physioian. and they may be relied upon in all cases. , The intelligence of the community is not insulted by the olfer of a single medicino which claims to cure all DiSKAgka, but the Grsefenberg Remedies Co usuls of eleven different medicine, all unequalled in the cure of the disease for which they are recom mended, among which may be selected one appro priate to any of the disease incident to this country "t-XHE1 RJEFEN BERG VEGETABLE PILLS are better than any other kind of Pill in the world Price 25 cents. .w-GRjEFEXBERG UTERINE CATHOLICON is an infallible remedy for aU Female diseases Fri,E" UTERINE CATHOLICON will also cure Gravel, disease of the kidneys, urinary diffi culties in males. gte-THE GRjFENBERG SARSAPARILLA is by tar the most powerful and emcaciou compound uJFhe jr!efenberg DYSENTERY SYR UP is a certain and quick remedy for all diseete ot the bowels Price 50 cents. THE GRjKFENBERG PILE REMEDY nev er tails to permanently relieve thi distressing di- Tu'E'ifkFENBERG CHILDREN'S PAN ACEA is an invaluable compound in all disease ia- rtHE GrTfENBERG FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY is a sovereign specific for thi particular disease-Price 50 cents. . srTHfcGiut.r fclJtKuttriiir.i juiiaisu OINTMENT excel all other salves ia it eurativ ffect-Price25 cents. ,......I,.c..c ss-i hk itKA.rc.ricr.n.u v,ii;jiriin.ij B A l.M A'nrdi the most astonishing reliet in all pul monary complaint Price $3 a bottle. V An emi nent Physician of New York, state that ha has known tie Grsefenberg Consumptive s Balm used with mat success in Dropsy. Our owa experience '"iIHE SRiFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS are the moat pleasant and delightlul touie ever pre- PTHE GRiFENBERG EYE LOTION is un paralleled in all inflammation or diseases of the eye Price 25 cent. IIOME TESTinOXY. Mr. H. B. K isoslbt Dear Sir: We feel it a du- Swe owe to the public to state that Marshall s Ca oUeon ia a medicine invaluable for complaints classed under the head of remale Disease. e have used your Graifenberg Medioine and have been greatly benefited thereby, so much so, that were the price double we woula nave mem. i ui. sand of our sax who are suffering from weaknesses, we would recommend the Catholicon a a ur. pan acea. It give strength to the system and enable each of the organs of the body to Mrformtheu- ap propriate function. Mr." eT'E? EE K, MuSc-SWORMSTEIT. Medina. March 1. 1861. aa-n,. .!. named Ladies we are lersonally I aoouainud with, and know that for several years w?Ue"uvedSi Medina, they were great sufferers. Mis. sThi. been bsdly afflicted that it was with difficulty she was able to stsind npon her ft. A few bottle, of Catholicon entirely cured uerofher complaint.. M wife eceived great 1 be nefit from thi medicine. We reermmend it to rJf' this county as a safe aond efficient remedy for me many complaint, they ar. J fo WEEKS. Editor Canfield Herald. For sal. by John R. W Wairen ; J. M. Les lie. Nile; Levde k Bmly. Hubbard: A. Chew, Si-lSlM . Y u f! Johnson. Hartford: E. P. wr"fcV"r.Td, il T7Soule7 Newton Fall.; andb, fgy1lwT,Una. Agent for Ohio. Feb. 19. 1861. Cabinet Ware and Chairs. jfEW FIRM and NEW GOODS. TaUlSDgLL. "-JJT"3"0" TBI ESDEEL TOWSsCSD. (At the weU-known stand of A. Trueedell.) TTAVP. entered into a partnership 1 for the manufacture and ale, of CABINET V ir v TrJr a , n A I R.S in all their various va rieties, and have now on hand and are receiving a large assortment, eoiuuauus u. r sr.. Extension Table. t.i..Ti. Centre Mahogany Rockers, Easy Chairs, . " Spring Seat Chairs, Cane Seat Chairs, a great variety. Wood Seat " Cottage Bedstead. Wnt-No" Bureaus. Book-CasD-ksW Card Dining Breakfast Kitchen Writing j Common I Trundle o..L j. u:...' . iv.tt. (Viha. Cradles, etc in stanus, imutni -i , , 1 c , r,, fceestmewlA.n erffrtsnTepromptl Furniture carefully peeked and delivered at Car or Boat. COFFIN. A Urge assortment always on hand, and made to 1 .7-11 a hmtm lurnjaocu um oruer at c, R R. De- n are nooms on oiaui w quired. pet. May 18, lsia. NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC aud AMBROTYPE ROOMS, RIVER BLOCK. Over E. E. Hoyt k Co' Store, Art now in successful operation, where he i prepared to do all kinds of work TrTant vles of STt. Photographs, taken the smallest to the largest use. Especial at !enongivento,h.e2r.yt.ng.nd l j lAUUXsXVv-v- w - : , TxES Ambrotype of all ixe taken, and in all of weather. My light is uch a to enable me tike theTcturesothtldren of almost any age Patronage of the publiesouciioa. reasonable. Dee. Ho. '60-tf F. L. LeROY. Boots and Shoes for AIL he undersigned having again re- .un.od business, respectfully informs the pub- ,rT.... 1.. i. nnnued to furnish goods in tneir thnt be u now prepare! w " -a .U. .Uaarat ralsat. HaVlUS BLw UIV UwKvn - w - 1.1... K. nrenared to execute all order for BOOTS. SHOES ASD GAITEBS I BOYS and MISSES WEAR I every style aod variety. Having received a lot of goods from the East, they are determin ed not to be undersold by any in thi business. CUSTOM IWOBK, , nMmnt .ttAntion. and having xp.ri.need workmen, we flatter ourselves that w give a good satisfaction a to work and price any of our competitors. v. you want to buy th. finest anu best ntting Ladies' G.iter B'V'a'LrfV'S want to buy the finest and best fitting Gentleman's Boots. cv1ARj,.s s j-ou you want anything in the way of Youth' or Infant' Shoe. eU at WARREN'S. usi you want to buy tiy trticles luallv keDt ! first elass Boot and Shoe Stores, on Warren and save 2D per cent, by purchasing cash. Warren employ, none but good workmen, can warrant hi work to give good satisfaction. Location on Market St., near the Bank Wairen. Jan. 29. ai-tL D. H. WARREN. ADIES and Mioses' Nets, and al most every thing usually kept in a Millinery illta. kl.U 5 at large variety of Scenes of late Battles, handsomely enlored just ree'd ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. 600,000 M0,;E! We are coming. We are coming. Our Union to restore; We are coming. Father Abr'.m. Six hundred thousand fine Patriotic song, Just reeV ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. Braman Sowing Machine, for Sal at ADAMS' BOOKSTORE. S. AH In alogu at j where 4""i shall and Aug. It around ed, tem, from weaken porary the pert'eet healthy we are Price ean for Principal NO. X. Af-AgesHa For frt S. W. PA11K, 81'CCEStiOR TO 0. H. PATCH & CO, IS NOW OFFERING HIS Immense Stock, or - CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT WAR PRICES FOR CASH! REGARDLESS OF COST'-' The Oopda are here most be sold and the Peo pie must buy 'em at prioes to Suit The Times I QUK SPRING AND SUMMER Stock is now on band and being opened, na pnsing in extent, variety aud quality oi Goods, a COMPLETENESS unequalled by any other establishment la the wt. and the price ranging a little above the vast Job- "" 01 new son and Boston. In eonneetion with n f- n : m have r!eU added inau w CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprising f Ef.?3. STEEL, IRON AXLES: Sbu-??' yLBS- FELLOES bPOa.ES. BANDS, . BOLTS. and everyLhina of best Staff together with elltM.- Sowup-11 ,Wle' l C" While sneaUiwTnf r.J... u-. .. further menuonlo --w. r. w wouidi CARRIAGE BriLDERS the tact that at our . STEW BOOHS an MABKCT 8TBKXT, opposite Court House, we have some EXTRA AXLES ot heretofore kept in thi market, such as MrTH'SCASSHJK. ) TOMLINSON'S SWELiDLLAB, eta. whieh are regarded by all Eastern Manunvotarara a being superior to anything ia use. . W. PARK WILL JOB IRON niu LL JOR A Ti pa WILL JOB SPRINGS. WILL JOB BROADClOTH. Vi ILL JOB lilMiiira . W. PAHS WILL RETAIL IVORT RTfl .W.PARK "rtuBtMW" DEALS IN OIL CLOTH. nf a H 15 SIL gNAMEL CLOTH. DEALS IN DOOR MATS DEALS IN TRUNKS DEALS IN CARPET BAGS. 8. V. PARK PRakIIW" MAXtf ACTCRES BRLDLEi BlOADCLOTHS, Damask, EjTlMcslix. Rid Plisu, tiaggx do. Silk Lack, Lkst Sticks, n HIP SoCKKTi. Dash Rods, BrciKAM. 1L FACTURES BRIDLES. S-V-Stf ALntS HALTERS. MAN C ACT.URES Sl&SliHiLKi. M. W. PARK REPAIRS HAMES. REPAIRS SADDLES. REPAIRS TRUNKS? REPAIRS CUSHIONS. REPAIk.4 wafts C ' W. PARK Would call th attention of CAHRIA6E MAKERS . TO BIS LARGE STOCK or WELL SELECTED ' India Re.s CLoraa. Jlocx Bock, In. Mohkco, iioLi Scis, Dash LgATast. Em'l no. Bon DO. Cuitais Liaeva, tAREIAOl KSOIU. To Pbom. SlL. JoiXTS. eto.. eta. of which we keep constantly oa hand ia Quanti ties to suit any purchaser aad at prieeT q UW VI.0 COMPETITION. conclusion allow as to add that th above ca embrace but a small portioa of our Extensive Stock all times on exhibition at our AEW ROODS, we are selling at LOVER MATES Vr for CMh' to u:t th Preaeat crisis, asd be happy to receive our . . OLD CUSTOMERS make new ones, at H A n K ET J STB E ET. opposite Court House. S. W. FARK, (SPCCKSSOB TO O. . PATCH CO) 3. ISoI. GREAT CURE! UK. l.e LAND'S ANTI-RHETJMATIC BAND, isthiosii ixuiiiisisr res Goat Mad .Vearal,lat AND A SUKg CtJEg FOB A LI MERCURIAL DISEASES. in a conveniently arranged Band, containing a medicated eomeoaad. in ka wnn. tne abt, without injury to toe most deli cate persons, no change ia habit of living is requir ' and it entirely removes the disease from the sys witnout producing tne injurious effects arising the use of powerlul internal medicine which and destroy the constitution, ami .iv. .,. relief only. By this treatment, the medioia al properties contained in the Band come ia con tact with the blood and reaches the disease, through pores of the skin, effecting ia every instance a cure, snd restore the part afflicted to a condition. Thi band is also a most power ful A.vTt-Miaci RiAL agent, and will entirely re lieve the system from the pensions effects of Mer cury. Moderate eases are eured in a few days, and constantly receiving testimonials of it effi cacy in aggravated case of long standing. i(J, to be had of Druggist general- or be sent by mail or express with full direction use, to any part of th country, direct from th Office 491 BROADWAY, New York. G. SillTII Si CO., Sole Proprietors,. . B. Descriptive Circular Seat Frew. Wanted ETerjvtkerw.-eA Sale by Hoyt k Stratton. Warren. Q. 10,-I8lli4