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Two Weeks at Port Royal.
[From Harper's Magazine for June.] Ob day eame in the Arago, sod in her certain nleaaant-voioed ladies on a tour of pleasure. o, the tweet smile of a woman ii a rarity in the De- J.artment of the South. The Secretary of War hu orbidden her presence here except as a teacher to the colored children. Only a Tery few ef the of fioert hare their families her. Therefore, a (trance face, and what u more a vouns and a Dretty face, such a phenomenon was sore to create soma stir amour the staff. Straightway plots were laid micst this celestial visitor or rather for he and the Adintant 4ni-l of the Deoartment eon ceired the happy idea of conferring upon her a staff appointment, with what news you will perceive if you will read tne following- special oraer. eoucn d in proper military phrase: Headquarters DiriaTimirT or m Sons, 1 Hiltok HgAD.S.C, Mareh 2SU, 1863. j Spscial Order. I ' I. With her charming looks And all her graces, Hiss Mary Brooks, Whose lovely lace is The sweetest thing; we have seen down here On these desolate islands for more than a year. Is hereby appointed an extra Aid On the staff of the General Commanding, With a Captain of Cavalry's strap and grade. And with this most definite understanding : IL. That Captain Mary. Gay and airy. At nine each day, until farther orders. To Colonel Halpiae shall report Tor spatial duty at these headquarters ; And Captain Mary, (Bless the fairy 1) Shall hold herself npon all occasions. Prepared to ride At the Adjutant's side. And give him of flirting his regular rations ; And she shan t vamoose With the youngling's loose Of the Jnnior staff, sneh as Hay and Skinner; But, galloping onward, she shall sing. Like an everlasting lark on the wing And she shan't keep the Adjutant late for dinner. III. The Chief-Quartermaster of Department W 01 give Captain Mary a riding garment Along, nch skirt of a comely hue, coot silk, with just a suspicion of blue. A wipsy hat, with an ostrich feather. A veU to protect her against the weather. And delicate gauntlets of pale buff leather: Ear saddle with silver shall all be studded. And her pony a sorrel it shall be blooded : Its shoes ill be silver, its bridle all ringing n Ufa balls that shall harmonise well with her sing ing. And thus Captain Mary, Say, festive and airy, ach morning shall ride At the Adjutant's side. Ana hold herself ready, on all fit occasions, Xo give him of flirting his full army rations. By Commaxd or. Eto. I am sorry to add that the Caotain Droved insub ordinate, and retired from the servioe, after some days, eeause sne did not receive at once the pro motion which she felt herself to deserve. Emma, the vivacious, the clever, the scholarly, is averse to verbal quib bles, and hates pans as if they were guns, wnioa indeed they sometimes are, and double-barreled ones at that. She was terribly wounded by one of these weapons the other day. She and Edwin were looking at a stereos copic picture of two females perform ing a Spanish dance, one of whom bends back so far as to make it dif ficult to determine what prevents her jrom tailing. "(Jan you tell me, said the gentle Emma, "how that young woman is sappored?" '0, yes,' said Edwin demurely, "she gets her living by dancing." The insulted look of his companion warned tho joker off the premises for twenty-four nonr8.-i-Uostou Post. Thk Wkono Man. Presence of mind often saves one in emergencies. In the following case, an old toper eem to have t een peculiarly blessed: "A good anecdote is told of a man named Bently,'a confirmed drinker, who would never drink with a friend, or in public, and always bitterly denied when a little too steep, ever tasting liquor. One day some bad witnesses concealed themselves in his room, and when the liquor was running down his throat, seized him with bis arm crooked and his mouth open, and hold ing him fast asked with an air of tri umph: " Ah, Bently, have we caught tou at last? You never drink, eh J" No one would suppose but that Bently would havo aknowledged the corn.- Not b'e; with the,tnost grave face and inexpressible he calmlyand a dignified manner said: "Gentlemen, my name is not Bently !' Thb Peneumatic Railway. In London, at present, 110 mails pass throu gh the peneumatic despatch tubo from the station to the district post office during the day; and not only letters, buf trunks of iron of the weight of five tons have parsed, and adventurous visitors now and then perform the journey with great de light. Why do you drive such a miserable looking carcass as that? Why don't you put a heavier coat of flesh on him? said a traveler to an Irish tart driver. A heavier coat of flesh? By the - powers, the poor creature can hardly carry what little ther'son him now? Moliere was asked the reason why in certain countries, the king may as sume the crown at fourteen years ot age, and cannot marry before eigh teen? "Itis," answered iloliere, '-because it is more difficult to rulo a wife than a kingdom." Jerrold once went to a parly at which Mr. Pepper bad assembled his friends and said to bis host on enter, ing the room. " My dear Mr. Pepper, bow glad you must be to see your friend mustered!" "Have von dined? said a lounger to c . I bis friend. " I have, upon my honor. replied he. " Then," rejoined the first, " yon nave dined npon your honor, I fear yon have made but a scanty meal. Silent gratitude was well exemp lified by tne little boy who, when asked whether he thanked the lady for the st'ck of candy she had given him, replied, "Yes, but I didn't tell her o." Society is like a glass ol ale, the dregs go to the bottom, the froth and scum to the surface, and the substance, or the better portion, remains about the centre. A queer old gentleman being asked what he wished for dinner, replied, "An appetite, good company, some thing to eat, and a nupk n ?" It is said that the eople of Luois ville boppose that the hige6t honor which can be paid to woman is to name a steamboat after her. A young lady being asked by a boring politician which party she was in favor of, replied that she prefered a wedding party. A negro, undergoing; an examina tion, when asked if his. master was a Christian, replied, "Ko, sir, he's a member of Congress." It is said that with a Yankee every day is a day of reckoning. How many peas are there in a pint? I THE STATE OF OHIO. TRUMBULL CO- In Probate Court. Seymour Paw, Administrator of Philip Baker, deceased. vs. Margaret Baker. Levi Baker. Amos Baker. I.aac Baker. John Baker, Emanuel Baiter. Leah Bailey, and Henry Bailey, husband of said Leah, Lydia Kisller. and Daniel Kistler, husband of said Lydia, Lucy Ann Clinite, and Jonn uiuiie, niuoana vi said Lucy Ann. Th ahnva named Defendants are hereby notified that on the IMth day of February, A. D. ISO, the above named plaiutiff. filed in the' Probate Court Ortioe. of said County, his petition, setting up that said defendant Margaret Baker is the widow ot said Philip, deeeased.-that the other defvudauts are heirs at law of said Philip, that Mid Philip in his lile time on the 7th day of Deoember IS'A made and ex ecuted a written covenant wun an jimm c "J the terms of which he agreed to sell to said Amos, . i, - r , n ; - jH-riwi lands to wit: Known as be ing part of lot No. S. in Lordstewn township, in said County and bounded as follows: Beginning at a post in the center of the Levittsburg road, thence west forty-six Mo) rods, tbenre north twenty (a)) rods, and three-tenths (3-10 of a rod. thence east r (it'i rod to the Levittsburg road, thence south along the center of said road to the place of beginning, in ana ior tne sum oi to be paid at the death ot said Phillip, that afterward to wit. Jan. lSttn im, saia Amos conveyed all his interest to Samuel H. Bailey, who afterward paid to this plaintiff all the amount due on said contract, and bas Become entitled to a deed tor said land. That said Pbillin Baker while in full life to wit December 7th, 1869, executed a written contract by which he agreed to sell and convey to John Clinite, ine loiiowing lanas, situated in Lordstown, Trum bull County, and State of Ohio, the following lands to wit : Known as part of lot No. three (3j in said Township, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the west side of land owned bv George Loncmore. thenee south along said linenineteemlsrods thence west along the north line of lands owned by John Waonemaker. nineteen (19) chains and fifty- three links to the Levittsburg road, thence north along the center of said road twenty-four and one half (-4i rods, thence east to the place of begin ning, in and for the consideration of &400. to be paid at the death of said Phillip, that said Phillip has paid said sum, and is entitled to a d led. Said con tracts binds said Phillip on the payment of said sums ol money to mate deeds ot said lands to respective purchasers. The prayer of said plaintiff's petition is for leave to execute said real contracts, by mak ing proper deeds and for proper relief. Said peti tion will be for hearing on the 27th day of June. A. D.1863. atone o'clock P.M.. at theiProbate Court Of fice. Warren Ohio. HUTCHINS k FORRISTT. May 27th. 1563 4w Attorneys. JQEGAL KOTICE. Clark Holt, Julius Rich, nil Chelsea Vinton. In Court of Common Pleas of Trumbull Co. Ohio. (Glasgow Thread Com'ny. 1 Henrv H. Keller. Keller, is hereby noti- fied that the said plaintiffs on the 26th day of May, a n tafia, filed their netition in said Court against said defendant alledging that the defendent is in debted to them upon a promissory note maae Dy me defendent to them in the city of New York, March 19th 1863, in the sum of three hundred and .forty two dollars and ninety-one cents, (342 91, with in terest at seven per cent after sixty days and current rate of Exchange and also upon account for goods and merchandise sold and delivered by plaintiffs to defendent in the further sum of nine hundred and ninety-five dollars and ninety-six cents, ( 96.) The defendent is also notified that an order of at tachment has been granted and issued in said ac tion, and that he must answer said petition on or before the 8th da, of AaM Jane 10, 1883-6w . Atty's for Pigs. JEGAL NOTICE. Babcock k Co. 1 In Court of Common Pleas T8. i of Trumbull County. Ohio. Henry H. Keller, f James H. Kibbee, J . The defendant Henry H. Keller is hereby notified that en the 25th day of May. A. D. 1863, the plain tiffs filed their petition against him in said Court, setting forth that there is due them from defendant Keller the sum of eight hundred and sixty seven dollars and fifteen oents, ($867 15.) upon two notes with interest from said 26th day of May, and asking payment therefor. The defendant Keller is further notified that an order of attchment has been issued in said action, and also an injunction allowed forbidding the trans fer of certain notes made by one John R. Woods, payble to the said James H. Kibbee, amounting to the sum of nine hundred and thirteen dollars and sixteen cents, and that he is required to answer said petition on or before the 8th day of August. A. D. 1861 TAYLOR k JONES. June 10, 186S-6W Atty's for Plus. JQEGAL NOTICE. A. VanDeusen k Co. vs. In Court of Common Pleas of Trum. Co. Ohio. TTnr TT Keller. The defendant Henry US Keller is hereby notified that on the 26th day of May. A. D. 1863, the plain tiffn filed their netition against him in said Court. setting forth that said Defendant is indebted to them by virtue of two promissory notes msde by Faid de fendant to the plaintiffs in the City of New York in the sum of seven hundred and eighty-five dollars, and nine cents (785 09) with interest at seven per cent from the day of filing said petition together with current rate of Exchange on New York, and asking judgement thereon. The defendant is also notified that an order of at tachment has been issued in the action, and that be must answer said petition on or before the 8th day of August, A. D.1863.. TAYLOR JONES. June. iu. 1SO.J ow Atly s tor fiat JEGAL NOTICE. Harris S. Leland ) vs. In the Court of Clommon Fanny E. Leland.) Pleas of Trumbull Co.. Ohio. The defendant Fanny . Leland. will take notice that the plaintiff, Harris S. Lelaud did on the 26th day of April. A. D. 1S63, file in the Clerk's Orilce. of said County, petition the object and prayer of which is to obtain a decree ot divorce lrotu the said tun ny E-. and for cause of divorce the said Harris S. alledjred that said Fanny has been guilty of will ful absence for three years last past. taid r anny fc, is further noubed that sai 1 cause will be for hearing at any time after six weeks from the first publication of this notice. ..JUJt.s. April 29. 16C3 fiw. Atty. for Petitioner. MES M. VEACITS ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned" has been duly appointed and Qualified as Adminis trator on the estate of James M. Veach, late of Hubbard, Trumbull County, deceased. BENJAMIN VEACH. JuneS.lS03-3w THEODOKE -MOELLING. forms his former pupils in Warren, and vicinity that he expects to arrive towards the latter part of June, and will remain three months for the purpose of teaching tne Piano. June 1U. 3w JACOB W. GRIMM'S ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and Qualified Administrator on the estate of Jacob W. Grimm, deceased, late of Aiecca, irumouu uounry. ubio. Meaea, June 10, Bw A N D KE WCnRIS T YEST TTE. 'a Notice is hereby given that the subscriber nas been appointed and oualibed executor ot the estate ot Andrew Christ v. deceased late of Kins man, Trumbull County, Ohio. Witt. a. CUK15T1. Kinsman. Jnne 10 3w Smith & Casterline, Lai Edward A. Smithy DEALERS IN MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. DRTIOS. PERFI MERY. PATVT.-v OILS, WINDOW GLASS. CHOICE LIQUORS. ur.s, rirr. tinut r.Kits, sc. r. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY Al.li(.irtr.a. accurately and carefully prepared. at ine uia otana, ae, ju,AsraeiBU s AVES LABOR. Potman's Clothes Wrinrer. with ralvaniTed Iron Frame, is the best. Anv ourchaaer will be riv- en two weeks to try the Machine, and the money reUI, " il 3 n?1 ' Kefer to the following dmhitii . C. A. Harrington, County Clerk, Warren, Morris J. Iddings, Uowland, Samuel Hine, Liberty, Geo. U. cradtora. nowland, and others, for sale bv SMITH k CASTERLINE. Authorised Agents. TTEN'J TIO FARMERS 1! S00 lbs WOOL TWINE. SflO lh Now for Sale at SMITH A CASTERLINE'S. s TERLING'S AMBROSIA. For the Hair, at SMITH k CASTERLINE'S. TTSBURG "NATRONA COAL OIL." Warranted not to be excelled. at SMITH k CASTERLINE'S. F RESU GARDEN SEEDS. Also Tobacco Seed, Just ree'd st SMITH k CASTERLINE'S. UrOOLTWIXE. A large lot on consignment, for sale low, in quantities to suit purchasers. For Sale By SMITH CASTERLINE. TO UN D. r t The best One Dollar and onarter Tea in tovn St Smith k Casterline's Drna Store, also verv rrt.l Old Hyson at one dollar, remember HEADQUARTERS. JislTD STATES AND FOREIGN Patent Office Agency. Bank Street, opposite the Weddell House, Cleveland, Ohio. Our arrangements and years of experience rivi aa unosaal facilities for the transaction of all busi ness relating to protecting inventions, obtainingca- veata, patents, extensions, prosecuting infringe ments, and defending patents. We shall be pleased tooobsult with inventors and others, without charge, upon ail points of this business. Tin .T- .Tir. . T. . T. n Jnlytf Solicitors and Attorneys for Patents- UT IT THROUGH. This is a grand War Song. jut pnblished at ADAMS' MUSIC STORE. OHEER1 Boys, Cheer! We'll march ' away to battle. Cheer I Boys. Cheer) for our sweethearts and our wivea. The above line" commence tbeflne new Son .oil ed the S0N3 OF THE UNION TROOPS." ADAMS' VirHERE is my Boy to-nigbt T A few more copies of this elegant n t? '. ' just rectired at AiAJi' MWH. SIQ&. ' j j j , GROCERS. Dealers in tiro4erios and Provisions. Wooden and Stoue Ware. Market Street. Warren. Ohio Octln '. m. riFLDS. a n. rKri'KKa. C. .1. FIELDS PEFFEKN, Dealers i Groceries, Flour, Produce, Provisions, Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Fish, Salt. Coufectionaries, Fruits. Nuts, etc., also fresh Oysters and Fiah in their seasons. 2 doors west of the Bank, Market St.. Warren, Ohio. . Apr 9, 1S6J. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. W. H. SMITH. W. SMITH. W. II. & W. SMITH A CO.. Produce, Commission and Forwarding Merchant Dealers in Western Reserve Cheese and Butter No. 12 Pine Street, St. Louis, Missouri. Particu 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 consigned to them. Kame Parties under the style f McCOMB.S i SMITHS Warren. Ohio. AirCTIOXEEB Wtatt McKit. licensed Auctioneer, will attend to all business in his line. Residence. Brookfield, Ohio. Nov. 19, 1862-ly' lMOV PUMP FACTORY. S1 TONE PUMPS of the very best quality manufactured at the Union Factory, at tT.m.n whorl- nil nh JUWrfl Can be SUPPlied at all times on as accommodating terms as at any other shop. Pumps to wholesale dealers delivered at the Cars. NoDrayage. snumrr April 24. 1861. REUBEN MILLER. INSURANCE AGENCY. I. L. FULLER, Agent, Office, Jameson's Building, Warren. May 16. 1860-tf Market Street. ANDERSON & RUPP, WHOLtSALI AW1 KXTXIL GROCERS AD COXFECTIO.IERS, DEALERS IX WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, C, No. 5, Mai Street, Warren, Ohio. WE keep always on Land a large and superior stock of Goods in onr line, which we sell at figures to suit the times. It is not nesessary for us to enumerate, but merely say that in quantity, quality, and fairness of price, we defy itmoetition. 1. 10. '61 STONE PUMP WATEH PIPE and STONE WARE MANUFACTORY. The sub scribers, having enlarged their Factory, adding new machinery, buildings and klin, are now prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of Stone Pumps, Pipe, Tile and Ware All kinds of these articles constantly on hand. We invite the attention of old customers and will be happy to see many new ones. Orders solicited, and when received will have prompt at tention. LOVELESS k HAYMAKER. Warren. 0, Sept. 5. 1860. THB PATENT ANKLET, fob LADIES CHILD HEN. W0RS ON THE TOP OF THE BOOT Protecting the Ankle from the Cold, Wet and J3ii-t, And gives a beautiful finish to the boot. FOR SALE BY ALEX. JIcC OXXEI-I, Sec 3. 18Gi Warren. Ohio. D. B. W4KKZX, JNO. L. MCLalK, NEW FIRM!! NEW GOODS! iVARREX &M'LAIV! (Late D. H. Warren k Co.) Desire to call everybody's attention to the fact that tbey are iust receiving an overwhelming stock vf lioodsfor the SI'KIING TRADE!! COMPRIS1XG BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, LEATHER, FINDINGS, c. &c, EVERYTHING in onr line that the Mn. Wo men and Children of Trumbull County need. LADIES k MISSES, will find an elegant assort ment of Uaitera. latest styles, neat and taty. Our Goods are aev just purcliashed for CASH in the bast, and cannot tall to please. PRICES we simply say "kbvi ckdersoi.d.' SHOEMAKERS, can fill nn their stocks with us at very low figures Lots of Leather and Findinss Bought expressly to give away to the trade. CUSTOM WORK. D. II. WARREN, with 20 rears experience in the business, stands ready to take measures, and gire our customer " mr r r-i-v-r-v-v T TO Til r"T! c . Our "special eoros." of workmen can't be beat. Vt ltb a sincere desire to benefit the public at I moderate compensation for our services, we respect f ullv ask the irenerous natronaxe heretofore exten ded to 1). II. arreu & Co.. be continued to the new firm pledging our customers that on our part, no pains shall be snared to please and benefit every one who will give U a call. Don't forset the place Market Street, near the Bank. WAKKEX k SI L, A I Si. Aprill.l8o3,ly. AMERICAN WATCHES ! FOR AMERICAN SOLDIERS! "o mere English or French Kobbish made to Nell, but not to Keep Time. W'xil tiliouid an .American uuv a Foroixn Watch when he can get a BETTER and CHbArt.K one at heme? v by should an American needlessly enrich foreign W atch Manu factures, at the expense of our Artisans t Why should an American send Gold to England and France, our covert but bitter. enemies, when wold is so niucu necaea at Homer by should Americans not natronizemoreaener- ally American Manufactures, and thus emancipate themselves from the thraldom of English Capital. rreucu rasnions. and lontiuental tiewgawsi Tlie Amrrican Watch Company'! Watches, Are particularly adapted for Koldiers' use. being most substantially made, and not liable to get oulof onier, eitner in Marcuiug. Hiding or righting. Also the BEST Watch lor Rail Roading. A GOOD supply always nn hind, at KISU S JEWU.KY STORE, Main Street. Warren Ohio, COUBTEY PRODUCE COMMISSION HOUSE. THE OLD FIRM OF MILLER & CARPENTER, Xo. 8, Erie Buildings, New York, (300 Washington Stikit.) Still receive and sell FLOUR. GRAIN, BETTER LARD, CHEESE. EGGS. PORK. SEEDS, HOPS BEANS. DRIED FRLITS. PuI I.TkV fJAME Ac. Cash advanced en shipments, and prompt re turns made of sales. Send for our Price Current List. It ere re urea : President of the Irving Bank, N. Y. City. " of the N. Y. A E. Railway Co. Gould 4 Hibbard, Warsaw. N. Y. D. Baldwin, Esq.., Fowler, 0. H. S. Munger, Esq. Genera, 0. E. O. Urosvenor, Esq., Jonesville. Mieb. March 4. '(3 ly PLOWS and CULTIVATORS. I have now on hand and for sale, cheap, and varied asoortment or FtLLurt a CELEBRATED PLOWS. which may be found THE MOTITOR, the best Sod Plow. made. STAR. Nos.3and4. LONG, all sises. BUCKEYE, fine assortment. ULL STUCK of A No. 1 nointa tn f,t ,lmui Plow sold in this market for the last ten years. i.Ait awi. an tne oestmaKes. Shop on Pine Street, opposite Bsntit Church D. H.BENNETT, AgL Warren. 0. April LlSC3-5m. 100,000 t pokes Wanted ! fpiIK KuhMt rilier wishoH to bnr 100. . L',-T"T"r"n .WVli,r wh,rh the bighest innnn.t.1 ruiv.L will be ptuu. of rood Also any quantity ' Sa.V57" LOGS of different kinds, such as Oak, Poplar, Cuenm ber. Elm, Gum, Sycamore. Chestnut. Ac. all deliv- erea ai on snop, west ot tne river. Warren Ohio. W. B. GORTON. April 8. 1863 Cm. MY .OUTHEKN FRIENDS. Bv the Author of "Amur. h PinM " .11 good Union .Men and Women should read this 'book. at aiaju- jjywJa iiOBJi. A ?r.- .jv.."iC- "Itn seilHii lilt fwtnrti str scwrfx Tor lu tMt wrtnllM fMlitut if son . fn.1 have Iwvn intniiii.wJ tn tlie ;iiiM!c lor more than ix yeam. nti'l have Hfiiir-il nn "ftwe&t. "ovvv.o.vvv, far exceeding anv I'aiuily Meiioines of similar nature in tiie market. An uppreointin! jiulilic win not long in discovering thpv finveted rcinarkiiLle Cvvvav-. Tvovcvvts, and lirnoe their and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thus eoablin him to rspend of dollars each year in advertising their merits, and publishing the which have been showered upon hiui from WV .av o'j Covvvv. Tlie peculiarity of the "BYoovSL "vvvv'Jvtr "VW. la that they strike at the root of )ioa.He, by eradicating every particle of impurity for the life and health of tho body depends upon the parity of the blood. If the blood is poisoned, the body drags out a miserable existence. These medicines for curing Rsrofulix, Syphilis, Skin (Piscases, Old Sorea, So.lt Iheum, if aeunxai ism, fHck Haaiacha, Fever and Jlgua, Qyspepsia., Liver Complaint, Lawtorrhaea, Erysipelas, Tumors, Fit", V-c'.t- Female Obm.pla.inta Et. jinthony'i Ft s Eruptions. Jon2ii:i.pti i i i ONElM-r' .. i.cr.hiiiuiit. . of fits ol nine yeisrs' tandn uixi ;-i i dance of two vear. ANOTHEfi. writes, bin win was rut., after his flesh had almost wucted away The doctors pronounced the cne incur., ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Aim after tryin2 every medicine in his reaoh. ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sire which had pi in ted fourteen yenrs. ANOTHER of Rheumatism of pijiht year Cases innumerable of I)yperia and l."wr Complaint could be mentioned in h; ' Purifier and Pills TovtVve a CVvuvwv. Are the most active and thorough pills that have ever been introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, eieit ing that organ to such an extent as that the system does not relapse into its former eon dition, which is too apt to be the ease with simply a purgative pill. They are really a which, in conjunction with the will cure all the aforementioned di-M-a-p and, of themselves, will relieve and pure Headache, Cofitivenens , Colia Pa.ins, Cholera Jidcrhu, Indigestion, sP.atn. in the QXzzinete, eto. Try these medicines, and yon will nei recret it Ask your neihlxira. w ho have us-d them. and tuey will say they are ana you siiouia try ttiein oeiore ur u physician. Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of my l"-a agent, and read the certificates, and if you have ever doubted you will oy wo wyovc. A prwf tm rltt UIinmI Ptirifirr mtd fil! mr mrHy Wfptt'i, I liavi Iti uertitirMtiw 4 ltif rtuiiicui rli-iu- iatav Pnfnt U:lia af N. i.,tiid lMkrurt itM tfiUMii. littiHi itl lVU!prCUtitj irt I Ills I'j.JUT fitl ttUta- MT hiittlS r$rptr h-ilf (liNGrtl. Of tllfKntt'li;!- sr. rt V i. Priririjl iftior nn! .Sle-nifTi. N it Kw ... 1 BiiiMitix fnttw Mit Si., r.iH-ititirtri, . . - . , ... . No. Itf llntuium;l Sln-rf. FOUSALi: IJY flOYT k STRATTON and JOHN U. WOODS W arren. Ohio. NEW FIRM. Besj. Caaxaoi. D. B. Gilmobe. CRANAGE & GILMORE Having associated themselves to gether in the Boot and Shoe business, would respectfully call the attention of the public to the large stock on hand, and thev are now re ceiving a Targe addition of fall and winter styles of Ladies wear. Boys' Boots, Ladies and Men's Rub ber Shoes, and all other articles necessary to make acompletestock, which will b sold as low as at any other store in the place. Mr. Cranage having an experience of Thirty Years in the business, and beina a Dractical work man, will devote bis attention as heretofore to the manufacturing department, and especially to Cus tom Work. None but the best of stoek will be used, and especial eare taken in fitting, and all work made warranted. Leather of all kinds, Findings, &c, constantly on hand. M e liave removed onr Boot A. Shoe Htore T i u:,. i. T'u .i. r -vr Street, one door south of McCombs and Smith's Store. March . 1SG3. NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE, AT MLEIIAJL RIDGE. THE subscriber is now opening at his New Store a very large stoek of BOOTS & SHOES of the latest styles which he has bought fur eash, consistingof Men's Coarse and Fine Boots, Brogans, Shoes and Slippers, L allies and Youths wear of ev ery description, including Gaiters of all the latest styles. Walking Shoos. Siinoers. Ae. Ac., which ha W1" at 'ower prices than at any other establisb- t ts ro jl WORK made promptly to order. lie has on hand, suitable for Miner's Boots, the best quality of Hemlock L'pper, which he will make up to meyure. 4bsT" Repairing and mending promptly attended to. Give him a call and you shall go away satisfied. April 1.1303-ly. JOHN THUME. LD SHADY. Th eontrabsuift nontr. hr the Author osf "Darli linr Nell Grev' On of thu bet iar.m rmh iu to nn the AT TEXTION BATTALLIOKT. HEADQUARTERS. I Kivta Llock Dulu Stose, WaJreu, t, Nov. li, '61.) I ' K the uiidersij;lie(l take pkiure ' iu annouueinc to the citizens of H'arreu, and vicinity, the tresu arrival of our tie stock ol Drugs, CheuiicaU, l'aiiits, OiU, l(je atull's. Dye tt ood, Ao sclecleJ with emu care from reliaoie Eastern Houses, and beg leave to submit the foilm inlisu Kspeoially do we call the attention ol I'by siciaiutu our lies stock of il eUii-ines, aail ip. "e them to call end examine. 1VT A- Km.tTTOV. No. 5, Main Street. W arren, O. Burnett's B caine for the Hair Mr. Alien a lr8iiijr Circn-ssiun Oil Tritoph!rM LyouV Katharioii Prf. V iio-U Krtomtivf Mitchtrll lIuuakervLi' f hslrnit. liaiiu's do do Harrison's Toilet oata. Basin's do do Colirate's do Brown Windsor Uonuiiie Yankee do do do Paiuters' Diamond Content, iauidin' tilue A Confect'ns, t'iirisladoros Hair lye. Batchuiors do do Matthews' do do Harrisons' do do Jayues' ilo do KiO ot Suiph. Quinine, 10 os do Morphine, Merrills' Eclectic Preparations. Keiths' do do Tilden's Fluid Extracts. Pure Iod. Potassa, do Nitrrte Silver. Ilamlins' Wizzard Oil, Buiizino for Erasing Urease. Pure Medical Liquors. Syrup Iod. Iron. Chlorifonu, Ulycerine, Pure Olive Oil. Silver Class Starch. Pure Pearl Starch. Bird Csvca. Cod Liver Oil. Carbttn Oil and Lamps, Lanterns. Mott's Pillls. Moffat's Pills, Roback's Pills. Ursoffenburg Pillls. Morse's Pills, Uolloway's Pills, Soule's Pills. Hooper's Pills, Clarke's Pills. Price's Pills. Cheesman's Pills, Motts Iron Pills. Wright's Pilla, Strong's Arue Pills. Ayer's Pills, McLane's Pills, Bennett's Pills, Uibbard's Pills, Bandreth Pills, Spaulding's Pills, Jayne's Pills. Seller's Vermifuge, McLane's do Jayne's do Fahnestock's Vermifuge, . Van Duesen's Worm Confec'nf Mathews' do do Uolloway's do oo Putty, McCulIy's Window Glass. Croton do do Sand Paper, Burning Fluid, Alchohol, Druggists' Furniture, Trusses, Catheters. Spatulas. Glass Syringes, Elastic Syringes, Metal Syringes, Breast Sumps. Pnre Chrome Green, Dry and in Oil. do Chrome Yellow, do do Vermillion, do do Drop Black, do do Venetian Red do du Yellow Ochre, do do Red Lead, do Solution Tin. Dye Stuffs, Nitric and Muratic Acid, Sulphuric and Acetic Acid. Aqua Ammonia ffb. Sweet Spirits Nitre, Sulphuric Ether, Turpentine, Beniole or Naptha, a substitute for Turpentine. Japan Varnish, No. 1 Furniture Varnish. No. 1 Coach Varniftb. While Demar Varnish, Asphaltum Varnish, Pearl snow white Lead in Oils, Baltic Washington " " Fabnestock " " Washington Metnl Zine " Franklin Snow White " Pure dry White Lead and Zine. Smith's Extra Paint Bnuhes, Varnish " Artist's " Sash Hair Tooth Flesh " Tanner's Oil, Pure Linseed Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Keats Foot Oil. Mecca Rofined 0i!, Mecca Lubricating Oil. Tallow Candles. Sterine " 1 Sperm Star Pure ?aleratn. Pure Cream Tartar. Pure Sub Crab SoPa. Nol Nutmegs, Mace. Citron, ZanteCurrants Cassia, Cloves. SiansbIndigo Cabinet Ware and Chairs. NEW FIUH and NEW GOODS. rauEBMLL. O. T. TOWSSEXD. TBIESDEU. Jt TOWNSEND. (At the well-known stand of A. Trucsdell.) HAVE entered into a partnership for the manufacture and sale of CABINET F Li xiNlTURE aud CilAlKS in all their various va rieties, and have now on nana ana are receiving large aasortineut, consisting iu part, of Sofas. Extension Tables, TeteaTetcs. Centre Mahogany Rockers, Card Easy Cliairs, Diuing ' " Spring Seat Chairs, Breakfast Cane Seat Chairs, a great variety, Kitcheu Wood Seat Writing Cottare iie,Uiead !OII,n!", V,.....l. lieOSteaOS. 1 Trundle Wht.'ni Bureaus. Rook-Cases. Desks. Wash Stands. Picture-Frames. Cribs. Cradles, etc. In knrt a.i.rvtl,in. uaumIIv kent orcalled for at afur- niture establishment, will be fyund or manufactur ed at satisfactory prices. Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and Furniture carefully packed and delivered at Cars or Boat. COFFIN. A large assortment always on hand, and made to oruer at all times. A iiearse lurnisneu wiieu re auired. Ware Rooms on Main St.. near R. U. De pot. May IS. JQK!! LOOK!! LOOK!!! iiioae that cannot see to read J .i i J inches from the eye. better than at any oar if require them. Call at ' &4kw- 3C jW 9 On Main street, and get your eyes fitted with PERISCOPIC GLASSES! We are selling Spectacles at about one-half what they have been sold for in Cleveland, and by Padlcrs through the country, aiso uiasses lor Cataract Eyes. One of the largest stocks of CLOCKS. SPOONS. and JEWELRY, ever brought into the county. 0-6IVE IB A CALL. ALL WORK WAR- RAN i. ED-w PIAXOSX PIAXOSI! U. U. lil t HE arket btreot, impire lilock, is now receiving Pianos from four different manufactories, finished in the most beautiful style. with all the latest improvements in the action as well as the cases. As we are not agents for onr manufacturers, but purchase all our instruments mostly fortCxh, we are able to sell them, in fact, cheaper than tbey can bought at retail in New ork. All nersons 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 and repaired by a practical Piano maker, in good style, and all work warranted. J une 25. 'b" NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC AMBROTYPE ROOMS, RIVEfc BLOCK. Over E. E. Uoyt k Co s Store. Are now in Huccessf'ul operation, where be is prepared to do all kinds of work the different styles of art. Photographs tal-en from the smallest to the largest siie. Especial a IHiition given to the copying aud enlarging to any sire, OLD DAGUERREOTYPES and AMBKO TYPES. Ambrutypes of all sites taken, and in all kinds of weather. My light is such as to enable me take the pictures of children of almost any age. Patronageof the public solicited. Charges for work reasonable. . - Dec. 26. 'tSO-tf F. L. LeRO i Sewing Machines! The Original Howe Slewing Mnehluea EaUtbliabed i4o, Iinprovel IStiJ. II Sewing Machines derive their vitality from tho "Howe Machine." Mr. owe claims that by a very simple arrangement hi New Tmnrove.1 Machine, the missina of stitches, (soannoyinxv is done away with, and it is next to impossible to .break needles. We invite persons wishing a Sewing. Machine for family pur poses, vest and cloak making, tailoring, shoe and trailer fittinir. cap making, harness making and car riage trimming, to call at J. Goldstein's Clothing Hall. Market St.. Warren. O.i and thoroughly test Improved Howe Sewing Machines. 4Hemmers furnished complete with Machines. H. 11. IlCKZOti, Af'U :SoT.S8.1i4a Warren. Ohio. GO TO A. McCONNELL'S, AND GET I1IS OWN MAKE OF Men's French Calf D S Boots, do do do do USA I) V Boots, do Rip do do do Cavalry Boots, Long Legs, Coarse Boots, D S Prime, Kip do do tio (train do do do F C Scotch Ties, men's, lo Balmorals, do Army Sl'es, do Boys' Kip k Coars Boots do Grain k Calf do Youths Copper Tip do Infant's do do Girls' Calf and Kip do Boys Biilmorals Kip and Calf. Youth' do do FOR THE LADIES. Goal and Kid Balmorals. Goat and Kid Boots. KhkIUIi Lasting do Glove Kid Balmorals, Glove Calf do Silk gore lasting do Jur own make of Calf. Goat and Kid Balmorals and Bootees. "OR MISSES AND CHILDREN. Our owu make. Lasting Balmorals. Lasting Cong Gaiters, ltoat.th.nl do Call and Goat Bootee. Caif do Copper Tip Shoes. Siik gore Lasting Giiters, ceutShoea, Kid, Goat and Call Bootes, Custom Work, Best style made to order, from a child's kid boo tee, to a man's sewed F C Boot. A. McCOXXELL, 3A1X STREET, Has the largest stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, ever before iu this inarkst. U'e do not ask you to come and buy. but come and let us show you the goods aud prices, and if we do not save you 10 pr ct on what yon pay us ca-h for, we will stop the works aud go as Uncle Sam's boys "Away down South in Dixie," to fight secesb. A . M c C U X X E L L ' S BOOT k SHOE STORE. Is one of the best places on the Reserve, and has been for fifteen years, to get good goods at low pri ces. All work is warranted, and what is not made iu the shop, we get made'out, and is warranted all the same. MjfOo not fail to call and see him before you buy. Men's Rubber Overshoes, Men's Rubber Sandals, Women's do Women's do Misses and Children's Overshoes, Just ree'd at McCONNELL'S, Main Street. FUTY BTJILDISG LOTS, For sale, in good localities, in the Village of War ren can be r.'.nght on good terms. Inquire at Mc Connell i SHOE k LEATHER STORE. Houses and Lots and Yacant Lots to Bent, Inquire at McConnell's. SHOE k LEATHER STORE. Three Small Farms to Sell. One Farm 40 acres. One Farm SO acres. One Farm 60 acres. Good farming land, inquire at McCONNELL'S SHOE k LEATHER STORE Main Street, Warren, Ohio FOB THE TJIADE. 1000 sides best B A Sole. Big stock of Kips. do Calfskins. 12doi French Kip. XX Pinks, fiOdos XX Blues, 15 " XX Greens. 15 dox 500 sides best Slaughter, Big stock of Uppers, 'M dos French Cal XXX RusseuMdox XX Maroons. 50 " XX Cochineal, 15 dox XX Yellows, 15 dos & dus XX Kids, JJ dos AAA boats. 10 XXX Goat Bind'gs 10 " XX Cape Sheep do 21.10 prs men's R k L Kip Lasts, aw M stub " J.U " Stogy M) " " straight Block " L-iiU M Boys' RAL Women's straight Bat 2i " spr $ Misses' " M) Children's 25 set Men's Boot Trees, 15 " Boy's 10 " Youths' " 50 pair Crimp Boards. 50 " Irons, at McCONNELL'S 3u barrels bet sweet and pure Strato's Oil, WAX. PEGS Je CO. At McCouuell's Shoe & Leather Store, Main Street, WEBB'S BLOCK. BEEF HIDES WANTED. VEAL SKINS WANTED. SHEEP PELTS WANTED. At McConnell's- Main St. INSURANCE ! ! Statement for 1863. rpilE attention of Bu&iness Men is J. invited to the following list of FIRST CLASS COMPANIES, and their exhibits of the results of the past year : CORN EXCHANGE, New Tork. Cash Capital. $200,000 SrRFixs, $70,S77 81. ARCTIC. New York. Cash Capital. $250,000 Si RPLis, S64.5;i) 11. MANHATTAN. New York. Cash Capital. $250,000 Surplus, $131,326 47. PHEXIX. New York, Cash Capital. $200,000 ScBrLCS. 127.2S4 85. The Manhattan and Phenix alone nave paid for losses iu Warren, over THIRTY tUOlSA.Vtt HOLLA US. All of the above Companies, as will be seen, have a large accumulated Surplus in addi tion to their Capital Stock. Beware of Companies which permit their Capital Stock to Become Impaired. Such Companies must fail sooner or later. To be on the safe side insure only in Companies having a surplus. WM. T. SPEAR, Ag'l, Feb. 25, 1S63. y. Market SU, W arren. 0. Insurance Agency. VUITTLE9ET ADAMS, Office over McCombs k Sn-'.ths' Store, Main Street, Warren, Ohio. City fire Insurance Company New Haven, Ct, Cash Capital and Surplus $287,357 36 Aeu Kngland t ire Jtuntrance Company, Hartford, Ct. lasn iapiiai ana curpius, a" i Korth American lire Innrance Com., Hartford, Ct. Cash Capital and Surplus, .$12.m 32 Aonrica tire Insurance (A'mpann...... ...Norwich, Ct1 Chartered May, 1803. r.h C.nitol and Surnlus. .$220. 436 40 GirtiTii fire Insurance Cotp;ny .Philadelphia, Cash Capital and Surplus?. Ai05,M 26 rhantie Life Insurance Company Hartford, Ct. Cash Capital and Surplus. .262.0o8 40 Aaiertcua i'e Insurance Company Philadelphia, Capital Stock . W Annlication in person or by note, will receive prompt attention. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, March 18. lS63-tf Agent Buckeye Insurance Co., CLEVELAND OHIO. GiriraL asd assists $220,000 F IKE risks taken on buildings, mer chandise, Warfare and other better class Paid its losses in the fire of 1S0O. Very low rates on Fsbm rROPERTT, for a series ef years, ao bet ter company doing business in n arren. DIRECTOR. Wro. Hart. Wm. Wcllhouse. R. Pelton, F.W.Pelton. Ainasa Stone Jr.. L. D. Hudson, O. M. Oviatt, H. Garretson, P. Chamberlin, A. J. Breed. J. P. Robinson, Call lor aood insurance, at as lout rati; as any other responsible Company. on Warren. March 15, 1863. ARE YOU INSURED ? roun CHOICE IN THE FOLLOWING FIRST CLASS COMPANIES: CHARTER OAK, Hartford, Conn.. Cash Capital . $300,000 $250,000 $250,000 ARCTIC. New York. Cash Capital MANHATTAN. New York. Cash Capital with a large accumulating surplus. PHtEXIX. New York, Cash Capital $200,000 HUMBOLDT, New York. Cash.Capital.- $200,000 A Mo, Life lasnrance Com pan lew. rniRTEH OAK" l.TFR. IT art for J. Cani- tal and Surplus s.uu.uju MANHATTAH LIFE. New York. Accu- mulation - i,ow.uw WM. T. SPEAR, Ag't, Sept. 10. lSG2-tf Market St. Warren. 0. Economy. Security. LORILLARD! Fire Insurance Company SEW YORK CITY. Cash 1'AriTiL, $500,000 Surplus. Js. 1. 186:1, $102,163 46 Profits annually divided, 75 per eenl. Ike De alert. This Company divides tkree-auartcrs of the net profits tuthe policy holder, in scrip, bearing interest. without any liability to tne insured. Tlii- Company funds its surplus, instead of divid ing it to the Stockholders, thereby eivinp Us policy holders areuler sccuritu. and at the tame time Cheap Insurance than any other system Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAMS. Agent. Office over McCombs A Smith's Store, Main St. AV arren O.. April 15. 1S63. Warren Marble Works. rpiIE undersigned would renpectful- I ly announce to the' eitixens of Trumbull and surrounding counties, that we stand ready p fur-nu-h them with the latest and most approved East ern styles of Monuments, II and anything that comes in the liae'of manufactur ed Marble, and can satisfy all in reference to our ability and skill in execution of work. The finest quality of Italian aud American Marble constantly kept on hand. Also, plans and designs of all kinds, the benefit of customers. AH persons wishing to obtain any thing in our line would do well to call and examine onr stock, be fore buying elsewhere. . HOWARD k ECEHLER, Liberty Street, opposite the Bank. Warns. Juir W, 16X of at STEAm CARRIAGE FmCTORY. OUUT11 OK UAX.A.L, Warrin, Ohio. Having lately extended and improv O ed my cstublisbu.eut by enlarging my alreudy extensive buildings, as well as erecting new ones, in troducing asteaiu euKiue. aitu all kuids ot niai lmiery adapted to the business, by which a great ""'"J' of material, time and labor are eriet-ied. hereby auordiitg facilities tor manufacturing and selling a Br.1 1EK article lor the saiue or I.ESa money thau can be auorded without such advantHges, and employing an increased uuiuber of the very best workmen in the country, many of whom are direct from the ext ern cities, 1 am now prepared to make and turn oil A BL(Ui PERDAY. At my Repositories may bo found at all tiuies the best assortment ot finished work in the country: all of which is warranted in yery respect, and for quality, workmanship durability and tini.-h. is nut to be surpassed iu this country, or bj eastern manufacturers. Among my stock of finished work may he found CLOfrE LOACHES, of various styles a nd prices. BAROUCHES. . . C11ARIOTEES, BI GGIES, a larze variety, consisting ROCKA WA VS. a variety of 1. 2 and 3 seats. TROTTING. CARRIAGES, a variety of 2 and 3 seats. DKuP FRONT, PHAETONS. 1 and 2 seats, tops standing and falling. DEMOCRATIC WAGONS, JENNY LINDS. KNOW NOTHINGS. CARRIAGES, five patterns slide teats. GAZELLE, , SULKIES. TIPTON, BOX BUGGIES, etc., etc. Also, LUMBER WAGONS, best article, for one and two horses. My present facilities enable me to fur nish to order any style of wheeled vehicle, on the SHORTEST NOTICE. Persons wishinr anything in my line of business, are requested to call and see for themselves. Especial attention to Custom Work and Repairing. Painting and Trimming done on short notice, and in styles to suit the most fastidious. N. B. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Warren, April 15. 1856. II. C. BELDEN. " aftai1----'- a GR2EPENBEEG FAMILY MEDICINES. Are prepared uudcr the immediate supervision ol a sailliul fnysician, and they may be reuud upou ui all cases. The intelligence of the community is nut insulted by tne oner ot a siugle lueuiciuc whicU claims to cure aLL oisKAStta, but the Urwleubeig Remedies consists ot eleven dinureul medicines, all unequaluu in the cure of tne diseases lor which liiey are recoui ineuded, among wbich may be selected ono appro priate lo any ot the diseases incident lo this eouutiy and climate. w-liiE GRJCFENBERU VEGETABLE PILLS are better than any other kind ot Pills iu the world Price 25 cents. w-GRtrENBERG UTERINE CATHOLICON is an iutatlible remedy lor all z-euiale diseases Price l,6o. -TiiK UTERINE CATHOLICON will nho cure Gravel, diseases ol the Kidneys, urinary diui cultics in males. 4t-TiiE GK&FENBERG SARSAPARILLA is by fur the most powerful and euicavious compound in use Price jl. w-THE GRjEFENBERG DYSENTERY SYR UP is a certain and quick remedy ior all diseases ot the bowels Price jo cents. SW-THE GR.Er ENBhRG PILE REMEDY nev er tails to permanently relieve this distressing dis ease Price $1. -THE GRFENBERG CHILDREN'S PAN ACEA is an invaluable compound in ail diseases in cident to children. 4M-TUE GRiiENBERG FEVER AND AtillS REMEDY is a sovereign specific for this particular disease Price 60 cents. w-TUE GRJiFENBERG GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMEN T excels all other salves in its curative eliects Price 25 cents. -THK GRJE1ENBERG CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM atlurds the most astonishing relief in all pul monary complaints Price ivi a bottle. ste'Aa emi nent Physician of New York, states that be has known tho Grsefenberg Consumptive s Balm used with great success in Dropsy. Our own experience substantiates his statement. M-THLGR-iFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS are tbe most pleasant and delightful tunic ever pre pared Price 25 cents. Aw-TUE GRAii 'ENBERQ EYE LOTION is un paralleled in ail inflammation or diseases of the eye Price 25 cents. IIOME T1ST1HOM. Mr. II- B. Kixcslst Dear Sir We foel it a dn- ty we owe to tbe public, to state that Marshall's Ca tholicon is a inedicino invaluable for complaints aiassed under the head of Female Diseases. We have used your Grsel'euberg Medicine and bave been greatly benefited thereby, so much so, that were the j price aouote we wouia nave mem. lo me thou sand of our sex who are suffering from weaknesses, we would recommend the Catholicon as a sure pan acea. It gives strength to the system and enables each of the organs of the body to perform their a propriate functions. Mrs. W. CARTER, Mrs. E. E. WEEKS. MissCSWORMSTEIT. Medina, March 1. 1S61. ATb above named Ladies we are versonallv acquainted with, and know that for several years while we Uvea in Jteuina, mey were great sufferers. Miss S. has been so badly afflicted that it was with difficulty she was able to stand upon her feet. few bottles of Catholicon entirely cured her of her eomnlaints. Mv wife eceivetl great benefit from this medicine. We recrmmend it to the Ladies of this county as a safe aond efficient remedy tor the many complaints iney are subject to. JOHN WEEKS. Editor Canfield HeralJ. For sale bv John R. Woods. Warren : J. M. Les lie, Niles: Leyde k Baily, Hubhard: A. Chew, Brookfield: J. H. C. Johnson. Hartford: E. P. Wolcott. Farmingfon: 11. Barnard. Kinsman Beekwith k Gee, Gastavns: Cnrti" A Smith, Greene: W.C. Savage, Bloomfield: L. T. Soule. Newton Falls, and by mediatne dealers generally. H. B. KINGSLEY. Cleveland. Agent for Ohio. Feb. 19. 1801. WESTERN IlESEEVE Carriage Factory rpiIE PEOPEIETOli de- sires to say to tne public, that there can be seen at his Repository. on Liberty Street, a few rods south of the Western Reserve .bank, the largest assortment ol Carriages and Buggies, That ha has over exhibited and offered for sale in this market. His stock consists of i AillLi CAR RIAGES and SLIDE SEATS, of various patterns. One-horse Buggies of nearly every description, all of which are of the latest and most approved East ern styles, which for quality of material, substan tial workmanship and elegance of finish, cannot be surpasseu oy any otner esiaoiisomeni iu tne ciate. Having in successful operation a STEAM ENGINE with all the necessary machinery for manufacturing his Spokes, Hubs, t el Iocs, and everything that can be done advantageously ny macninery. Being a oractical mechanic himself, superintend- ing and overseeing all the various branches, he is prepared to furnish a vehicle in first rate style, for less money than any other manufacturer in the HACKS, PEDLER'S WAGONS, COACHES AND BAROUCHES. If not on hand, will be made to order, on short no tice. Repairine. Trimming and Painting done with neatness and dispatcn. "AU work done at my manufactory warranted. Tn addition to the above. I am Prepared to fur nish Carriage-makers and others with the best qual ity of Turned Spokes, Bent Rims, Bows, Shafts, Poles. Seat-arms. Hubs. Ac. at as low prices as at any other establishment. Carriage-makers desiring to furnish their own timber, can get their Spokes ana uubs turned on short notice, and at tair prices. Sept S-lso- t. K. Vi lst.L.U. Wanted Immediately! Anv nnantitv of first rate seasoned Spokes. Hick ory and White Oak Lumber, in exchange for work or Cash. E. K. WISELL. NEW J1USIC, Great Song of the Day. 600,000 more, 600.000 more, 600.000 more. WK ARE COMING FATHER ABR'AM. Six Hundred Thousand More. By a Volunteer. 0 UK GRAND ARMY'S New Marching Hymn to "Canaan," Song of the Six Hundred Thousand, by C. S. Brain ard. Price 25 cents each, for sale at Geo. Adams, and all Music Stores throughout the country. Co ni';n bv mail on receipt of price by III. IT' ,1. T", CtC Music Publishers, Cleveland, 0. 1: PlLiiSS New Negro Song. -Qht Massa's swine to Washington." OWAED ASSOCIATION, Phila delphia for Me Relief of the Sick and Dis tressed, afflicted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases the Sexual Organs, Medico! Advice given tjratis oy tne Acting sur geon. Valuable REPORTS on SPERMATORRHOEA or SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and ether Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES em ployed in the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter envel opes free of charge. Address xia. J. &n.iijXii nui uuiu.i, Howard Association, Nov. 10. '61-tf Howland Springs For Sale. THE constant int-rease of business at the Springs, and my failing health, have length induced tue to offer this property for sale. The Springs and hotel buildings are situated near the centre of a small productive and well watered farm, on which is a well assorted variety of very choice kinds of fruit trees, which seldom fail to bear abundantly, inexhaustable quaries of sand and flag tone, nleutv of good timber. Ae. Buildings in good condition, farm in high state of cultivation. The natural and romantic beauty of tbe place, tbe abundance and quality of its Springs and its present reputation and popularity, make it a very Mairahl nruoertv for anv one wishin- to keen a hotel for fashionable summer resort. Persons wishing to purchase, will End me at the 'prings ready lo show them the premises and arrange the terms. Or they can sddress R. M. HANK, nowland Springs, Trumbull County Ohio Jan. U-tf. WOSTHOLM'S POCKET Knives, the largest and best assortment ever brought to this part of the State, "u!'1 rpiIE OLD FLAG WILL TRI- CMTHETAEMERICAN BANNER. STRIKE FOR THE K1GH1. . at for , ujZ S. W. PA11K, SUCCESSOR TO 0. H. PATCH & CO, IS NOW OFFERING HI Immonso Stook. OF . CARRIAGE and SADDLERY HARDWARE AT - WAR PRICES FOR CASH! REGARDLESS UF COST ! The Goods are here must be sold and the Pee pie must buy 'em at prices to Suit The Tines ! 0' Stock is now on hand and being opened, eon- prising in extent, variety and quality of Goods, a COMPLETENESS unequalled by any other establishment in the west, and the prices ranging a little above the vast Job bing Houses of New lurk and Boston. In connection with our former Carriage Trade we hat e recently added CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprising SPRINGS. STEEL. IRON AXLES. SCREWS. HUBS. FELLOES, SPOKES, BANDS, BOLTS,, and every thina of best Stuff together with ail things ueedful to build all styles of Carriages from a wheelbarrow up hile speaking of Carriage Hardware we would further mention to CAKUIAGE BUILDERS the fact that at our NEW ROOMS on MARKET STREET, opposite Court House we have some EXTRA AXLES not heretofore kept in this market, such as SMITH'S CASE II'SE, IVES' " " KPAT, TOMLINSON'S SWELLED COLLAR, ete. which are regarded by all Eastern Manufacturer as being superior to anything in use. W. PARK . WILL JOB IRON WILL JOB AXLES. v y WILL JOB SPRINGS. WILL JOB BROADCLOTH. WILL JOB DAMASKS, S. W. PARK WILL RETAIL HARNESS. WILL RETAIL COLLARS, WILL RETAIL WHIPS, WILL RETAIL IVORY RING3 WILL RETAIL SADDLES. f. W. PARK DEALS IN OIL CLOTH. DEALS IN OIL EN AM EL CLOTH. DEALS IN DOOR MATS, DEALS IN TRUNKS, DEALS IN CARPET BAGS. IS. W. PAR manufacttres fine harness, manufactures draft do. manufactures bridles, manufactures halters manufactures siesixgles. K. U. PARK REPAIRS HAMES, REPAIRS SADDLES. REPAIRS TRUNKS. " REPAIRS CUSHIONS. REPAIRS WHIPS. S. W. PARK Would call the attention of CARRIAGE MAKERS LARGE STOCK WELL SELECTED Broadcloths. Idi Rrssra Cloths. Iuaasg, Flock Buck. E.v'l Mcslis, In. Mnxico, " Drill, Molx Skis, " Duck, Dish Liathik, Rkd Plush. . Ex'L do. Gagg oo. Box I DO. Silk Lack, Currant Lights, Lent Sticks, Carriage Ksoaa, Whip Sockets, Top Props, Dash Rods, Sil. Joists, Buckram, ete.. etc. All of which we keep constantly on hand in Quanti ties to suit any purchaser and at price DEFYING COMPETITION. In conclusion allow us to add that the above ea alogue embraces but a small portion of our Extensive Stock all times on exhibition at our NEW R O O M 8 , where we are selling at LOWER RATES than ever for Cash, to suit the present crisis, and shall be happy to receive our OLD CUSTOMERS and uake new ones, at MARKET STREET, opposite Court House. S. W. PARK, (scccassoa to o. h. patch db co.) Aug. 28. 1861. S-T-1860-X. Drake's Plantation Bitters. INVIGORATES, strengthens and purifies the system ; is a perfect appetiser, and Nature's great restorer. Particularly adapted to weak and delicate persons, and can be relied upon its purity. It eures Dyspepsia, is a gentle tome, and is Just the J STRATTON. Refined illeca Oil & Canfield Coal Oil EOII SALKto dealers at manufac turers prices, at the Hardware Headquarters. ren.O. WARREN PACKARD. Jan. 3. 'til . DIEirS CLAIMS ON THE GOVERNMENT iuoi Pay, Bounty. Pensions, Ae, attended to promptly by A. SMITH ROBBINS. Notary Publie. No. 15 Market Street. Warren. 0 w-Branch office of Washington. D CC War Claims. JACOB STKOIIM, War Claim, and Pension Agent. Office at the old Clerk's Of fice, north of Court House. Warren Ohio. Is fully autnoriied by the Government to procure for sol dier, their widows and heirs. Bounty Money, Back Pay or Pensions: Invalid Pensions for disa bled Soldiers, and also the $100 Bounty, due to sol diers discharged by reasons of wounds received io service. Any communication enclosing stamp, will receive prompt attention and reply. April 4. law-am