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How to Raise Hogs.
""" A.; j. iluilins of Kentucky, in a f communicatia to tho Gendaso Farmer, offers the following hints on tho rais ing of hogs: We intend sot to eay. how a few 'hoj's can bo raised ' to advantage, bat how a man may raise them as a business, with the least labor and ex pense, and leave the land in the bost condition. AU far ming, in .my opin ion, ought to be conducted with a ref erence to the continued improvement oi tho soil. Present gain, by adeter- lorat'on ot the soil, will ultimately prove to be a less. Say we have a good stock to begin with a stock which matures early and. fattens well. " The pigs should "come from the "middle oT March to May. There is a great advantage in pig coming at, this tme, as we can grazcthen through two summers and have tiiem to keep only through one winter. Tbcy come to be of fiue size by tli.ecoid fall or wi titer. Hogs may be pushed into market younger, but at moro expense in grain, and they will be smaller at fattening time . which is a great advantage. The greatest profit in. hogs is in grazing-them, and turning them up- ,ou grain fields, where they can gath er lor themselves, ana .having them large and io good condition at fatten ing time. The sows and pigs should be kept in good growing condition, by feeding them on Indian corn, or corn- meal made into slop. As soon as the clover begins to blossom, or a little be fore, turn tbem upon , it.. Sows and pigs should stilt be given some grain, while in tho clover" Having a field of oats early sown the size of the field to bo in proportion to the num ber of hogs anil as soon as the oats are ripe, turn the hogs upon them to gather for themselves. To pasture hogs to the best advantage through the summer, it will bo necessary te sow a field of rye. as above, and after they have eaten the oats turn them upon tho rye, , Though, the rye will be ripe before the oats, it is thought better to let the beards rot, and it will keep good in the field until Sep tember; whereas the oats will rot in a short time. After tho bogs have eaten the rye they may go upon the clover again. They then should have old corn o keep them from being re duced in flesh; the second crop of clo ver not being as good as the first. This method may appear very waste ful to those not familiar with it; but if a little grain is left on the field it will be an excellent fertilizer, and the straw and everything that grew on the field is left there, except the fat that is driven off with the hogs. This leaves tho field in good condition for the next year. The hogs should bo ket in good con dition through the winter and spring. The best place 10 winter themu in woods and let them have low, long, dry shelters to sleep in. Let them be turned on the clover the second year about the time it blossoms, and I pre fer to give them a little gram, lhen let them go on tbo oats and rye as they did the first year. When they come off the rye the second year, it is very important to grain teed them while on clover, until they are put up to fatten. It is a great advantage to have hogs large and in good condition when fattening time commences. A lot or small field of corn, early plant ed, to turn on about the loth or 20th September, is an excellent plan; or fence off with a temporary fence, a portion -of a larger field. Continue the hogs in the field until about the middle of October or tho first of No vember; then take them to a field in tended to be ploughed for next season (a clover field is best) and feed them plentifully until about the first of De cember, at which time they will be " fit tor market or slaughtering. By feeding down upon the field, you save labor of gathering, and leave all that grew upon it, except what is driven off in fat upon the hogs. By sowing the field in rye a few days be fore the hogs are taken off, a fine crop can be obtained; The grain left up on the fields pastured during the sum mer will soon spring up and afford a fine fall and early winter pasture. If it be intended to sow tt oat and rye fields in clover, the pasturing down of the grain makes no difference. Take off the hogs as soon as they eat the grain. The decaying straw and ma nure left upon tho field will be an ad vantage to the clover. : The hogs should be well salted, and have access to water. From tho mid dle of October to the first of Novem ber it is important to have a good, dry shelter for them to slQcp in; earlier than .they will generally sleep in the open air. If it is desired to fatten hogs the hrst season after we com mence raising, of course we must buy them of suitable size in the spring. The number kept to breed from must be suited to the number we want to raise. A good brood sow will rake two li 4crs a year, and Iron, six to ten at a litter. . A little experience in the matter will direct us aright. - By a strict attention to the above method of raising and fattening hogs, as much or more can be obtained lor the grain that it can be sold for, and all of it fed upon the farm, which is no small consideration. By raising grain -and selling it off the farm, it will he becoming poorer. By raising and judiciously fattening hogs, the farm will be growing richer. This, in ten years, will make a great differ ence. I have known some farms, re duced to almost sterility by bad man agement, by a proper management in sowing rye and oats and clover, and feeding them on the ground, made very productive. Feeding Indian corn upon the land is very improv ing to it. 1 once knew a held planted in corn for. four years in succession, and the last crop was as good as any that preceded it. In regard to the worth of grain fed to hogs. I made one long-continued experiment, which satisfied me that it is remunerative, borne yrars ago 1 had a lot of corn" which I could sell for twerty cents per bushel. I con cluded 1 would feed it to some pigs, which came about New Year's. I gave them two ears a day each until April about ninety days. I weighed an average one on the 1st of April, and it weighed 52 lbs. It was then worth 2J cents per pound, or $1 30. It had-eaten -one" nd a half bushels of corn. I then increased the feed to three ears per day until the 15th of July about one hundred and. six days.. .Each ate from April until the 15th of July three hundred and eigh teen ears; weight loll - pounds, and worth S3 25: They had eaten each from Ja-.uary to the 15th of July, four hundred and ninety-eight ears not five bushels of corn, which was only worth fl; whereas the: fihoat was worth $3 25. While corn, was worth only $1 for five bushels in the market, less thart five bushels of corn was worth 83 25 fed to hogs. This was affected without clover in the summer. By calculation the above weigh tsat four to five cents perjpound, you will have the worth of the pigs at present prices. This convinced me that corn can be profitably fed to JlOgS. , : J ,v I think now I have redeemed my promise; shown how hogs can be rais -ed as a business, at the least amount of labor and expense, and leave t o land in the best condition. NEW INSURANCE AGENCY! not x- vi-i.i.a niwV nver Turner A Pecks -Clothing Store, Main Street, Warren Unio. Krerie Fire Insurance W n ew l on. lOrganixed in 1853. Cash Capital sv-"r-;:-v"3SSS22 Asset ts Jan. 1. 114. exclusive of liabilities 58a.(6JtK Total Assetta .-v..S105S 02 Corn Exchange Fire Insurance Company. New York. i I ncorperated 1SM.J Casa Capital...... -aSSS SrBPI,CS...; I60.UUUOV Assert MO.OOuOO 'Continental Fire Insurance Company, New York. ccAriTA,...i: Sumacs 8to-3S6ir- . AtuJan.l.l964....T--.r $1,345,386 92 Jfi.i f Tiw fawmsice I bmp avy, X ew York. I Incorporated lill.l Cash Capitai , ia4fl SuarLis -u- Assctts... .$504.0224 Xortk America Fir hnrajtre Cr.! New York. I incorporate Cash Capital ...-..- im vSS Si-BPLi-a January 1. Idol $60LM9 59 Assetts darter Oak Life Insurance Cam Hartford Conn. AJ Jf insting- companies, whose customers receive turee ' . . -r . - . . nn1fii.Af th KiiaiiaMM earn rear ioumis " uist i",,u , . , . . without incurinc any liability , whatever Mayll.-ly 1AM HAPPY to mform the public in reneraUand Farmers in particular, that l am again read te buy all the s'lax Ktraw rawed in Trumbull and adjoining counties, for which I will pay the highest market price in cash. . r i I. .... - .11 nv Aid friffltfa And ll preierre. i uuiw - - . customers, and as many new one as possible, bring ing their straw to me. 1 will endeavor to use them as near right as I know how. and all may I eel as sured that they will get correct weights and as much money ior ine. sir.-, . -u, -.., - ".-.r-; lboe oi yon wuu uotui wiw m ember that I endeavored to deal fairly with all and donejusi wnai A agreeu wi. a u wb" can pay you more than lean and will. 1 ou will una r airoacK ocaies on ic river at the Grist Mill, also on Qninby Hill, in lot south of the canal, and at the Flaa Mill. Farmers can take their choice in the location hands will be in readiness to take care of the straw at any of the above named place. D. CAMP. N. B. Any information id regard to rotttng straw and as to different qualities of straw, will cheerful ly be given, by addressing the subscriber. . Warren Ohio. July 3a. 18fii-tf. D.W.C. Pensions & Bounty! GOVKRXMKNT-LICKSSED SOLDIERS' CLAIM AGENCY! T AM AUTHORIZED BY THE I GOVERNMENT to proenre Back Pay.Bonnty and Pensions for all persons entitled tnereto. arm hare niMtned an oScaon Main Street, in my Brick Block, up stairs, where I will attend to all business of that kind that may be entrusted to me. with .nmntiuaianilfiilelin. CbtriM less than legal fees, to be paid when the business is completed, if successful. ALMvj v. LBU, Warren. 0 Feb 10. "61 Justice of the Peace. NOTICE i IHAYE Transferred all my Pension and Bounty Claim business to Almon D. U ebb, Esq. who is fully authorised to prosecute all unfinished business to completion. All my cli ents in the claim business will find everything per tain ing to their cases at Mr. Webb's, of whom they will please make the necessary inquiries hereafter, either personally or by letter. I take great pleasure in recommending Mr. V ebb to all having business of this kind to do. as a com petent and reliable Agent. J. F. ASPKK. "TJBITED STATES AND FOREIGN Patent Office Agency Bank Street, opposite the Weddell Boas. Cleveland, Ohio. Am amnfniiimti and veara of experience rives ni awnual facilities for the transaction of all boa- nen relating to protecting lnveuuoiu, wniinmi ca veats, patents, extensions, presenting infringe ments, ana aeienaing paieni. r v auau w to eonsnlt with inventors and others, without charge, upon all points of this business. Jnlytf Solicitors and Attorneys for Patent V) III I VIE OF HERS!! THE :0LD WAR WORN VETERAN! STILL IN THE SERVICE l AFTER A SEVERE YEAR'S campaign wjth the ALLEN MOWING MACHINE, I again offer them to the public Thankful for past ftatronage. I ask Farmers to buy these Mowers or at east to rive them a trial. If any 'are doubtful as to the merits of these Machines, I confidently refer them to those who tried them, believing they will recommend them to be the beet ever made. Of all the Mowers I e'er saw. . The Clipper surely suits me best: It is the lightest, neatest one. In all the regions, east or west. It is a jaunty little mower. And of merits, there's none has more. Farmers, if you'll only try it. I am sure you'll come and buy it. It clips the hay, it clips the grain. It clips the hill-side and the plain ; It clips the grass, where'er it goes. In the meadow, where green it grows. It clips expense, itelips the toil. Of weary man who tills the soil. It clips the burden, horses bear. And spreads the hay. the fipeks do share. It is a clipper, clipping all. Lodged or standing, short or tall. It clips around the slumps and trees. And does it all. with perfect ease. The Clipper is made almost entirely of iron and steel, has two drive wheels, a floating finger bar, and in addition to the improvements, peculiarly its own, nearly all those belonging to other approved patents. Lxtras and machines will be found at all times at my house in Gustavus. Gustavus. 0. July 6, 1864. S. G. BALL. NEW BOOKS AT PORTERS'! COTTON KINGDOM. A traveller's observa tion on Cotton and Slavery, in the American States, second edition. - - - - LIFE AN D TIMES of NATHAN BANGS D. D. HISTOKY OF METHODISM, by Stevens. CCDJOS CAVE. (very exciting book). BAYARD TAYLORS TRAVELS, in 9 vols. IRW1NGS LIFE OF WASHINGTON in 5 vols. 500 SKETCHES OF SERMONS. GENERAL BUTLER IN NEW ORLEANS. in German and English. LYEL'S GEOLOGY. - AMERICAN DESTINY. REBsL RHYMES AND RHAPSODIES, A selection of Songs and Ballads of the Southern People, by Frank Moore. LYRICS OF LOYALTY, by Frank Moore. DREAM LIFE AND REVERIES of aBACH EL0R. by Ik. MarveL FLOWERS FOR THE PARLOR AND GAR DEN. DOWXLXG'S RURAL ESSAYS ON HORTI CULTURE AND LANDSCAPES. GARDENING. YOUATT ON THE HORSE. HANNAH THURSTON. LESSONS IN LIFE. MISS GILBERTS CAREER. LETTERS TO THE JONESES. FAITH GARTNEYS CHILDHOOD. WHEDON'S COMMENTARY. COUNTRY LIFE AND COUNTRY THINK ING. A MAN OF A THOUSAND A COXSCHPTITE CtBED. ai. H. J am em, a retired physician of gsat eminence, discovered while in the East Indies, a certain core for Consumption, Asthma Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and General Debility. The remedy was discovered by him when his only ehi& a daugh ter, was given up to die. His child was eured, and is now alive and well. Desirous of benefitting his fellow mortals, he will send to those who wish it, the recipe containing full directions for making and successfully using this remedy, fr"e on re ceipt of their names, with two stamps to pay ex penses. There is not a single ease of consumption that it does not at once take hold of and dissipate. Night sweats, peevishness, irritation of the nerves, failure of memory, difficult expectoration, sharp paias in the lungs, sore throat, chilly sensations, nausea at the stomach, inaction of the bowels, was ting away of the muscles. The writer will please state the name of the pa per they see this advertisement in. Address i CRADDOCK A CO- No. 225. N. Eiooxd St. Philadelphia. Pa. mch23-3m .' v Horse Rakes! Horse Rakes! V T tho old shop on Qninby Hill 1 J am manufacturing Horse Rakes. Churns, Wheelbarrows, and various other articles. Plain ing. Sawing and Turning, done as cheap as the times will permit. I am also Agent for Sprout's "Compound Steel-Tooth Hors Rrake!" and have a sample on hand for exhibition. Said rakes is warranted to do as represented on a fair Uial, or no sale, J. J. GILLMER. . JHC 8,-2ffl ... . . - - ; THE " SPRING TRADE OP 18C3. JOHN R. WOODS, H AVING recently completed his assortment of DRUGS, MKIlU'INKS, GROCERIES, and YANK EK NOTION'S, with a great, variety of other articles aiually kept by him, is prepared to offer inducement.'! to the Trade and purchasers in general, rarely equaled in the Towa of Warren. In the line of DRUGS. MKDK'IXKS, PKKFUMEK1ES, LIQUORS. rtl.ASS'WA RE, 4c, Ac, - my assortment is complete. And as to quality and price I Court Competition ! as I will always sell at the lowest market rates, and guarantee the quality of my Goods. GROCERIES. In my li?t of Groceries, I offor for inflection the finest old New Orleans Sugars and Molasses, that can b found in any Market. TbeTradeorin dividuals can be supplied by the horshesd. barrel or single pound at elose azures. In my Tea chests can be found the finest qualities in Market at reas onable prices. Coffee. Rice. Pepper. Cassia. Nut megs, Xobacco. soaps, Uaodles. Ao Ac in quanti ties to accommodate toe Trade in general. YANKEE NOTIONS. In the Notion department I aim to keep i full supply of all the leading articles, bought ex Ereasly for the jobbing Inula. On my shelves may a found 3U0 do. Cotton Hosiery of grades matin htntghl lad September. 100 " Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves, SO Gents Suspenders of all qualities. luO " Neck Ties, all colon and prices, M " Gents Collars, 5" Ladies do 500 " 2U0 yds Spool Cotton Thread. 3.0 lbs Black Linen. Packs Pins Nos.2. 3, 4, 5. 100 gross Ladies Dress Buttons, assorted, 4(10 Coat, Pants and Vest Buttons, 500 "Pearl Shirt Buttons. 500 " Common Agate " 5u "Lead Pencils, 100 Reams Note, Letter and Fools Cap papers 300 doa. Ladies Dress Braids in assorted Colors, 100 gross Steel Pens. 100.0U) Gun Gaps, Usi gross 3-4 yard Shoe Laces. 100 S " Hooks and Eyes, 100 dot. Pocket Memorandums, 50 gross Pen Holders, 2S0 dot Serpentine Braid. 50 " Narrow Silk do. in colors, 10 gross Rubber Circular Combs, 25 " Rubber and Horn dressing combs, 3 Genuine Yankee Soap. 2 Old Brown Windsor. 10 Ladies Siik Belts. 30 lbs Sewing Silk. 50 dot. Machine Silk all colors. 300 Bolts fine velvet Ribbons, assorted styles. 10 gross Ladies combs, 50 dot. Pocket Books, 100 gross Rubber Hair Pins. 50 lbs Common " ' 2 gross Glenn's Honey Soap. 2 " gross Lyon's Katharon. 50,000 Envelopes assorted. 5 gross Japanned Tobacco Boxes, 20 gross Crochet Balls, assorted colon, 1 Burnett's Cocaine, : io., Ac. c. nrvuE LADIES " JL Will find the finest Hair Brushes. Toilet Soaps Perfumeries, and Fancy articles in general, to be iM ., ' i cU m lug aiuro Ul J. K. WOODS. rpHE GENTLEMEN I Can find the Vest shaving soaps and brushes. Cloth Brushes, Poeket Wallets yrammtednntto leak. fine Cigars and fine ent chewing Tobacco's, vest chains. Pocket .chains. Pocket Combs, Fish Lines, and Hooks e tor sale Dy J. R. WOODS, TA1NTERS. 1 Will find a good stock of White Lead in OiL Ground Colors, all kinds of dry Paints, Paint and Varnish Brtunes, lanseea un. uryers cc at the Store of J. R. WOODS. D YERS Can select from a full stock of chlppned and ground Dye Woods, Indices and all articles used m uieir D us in ess. at - J.KWOODS. rpANNERS Can buy oi me the hot Srrnit's OiL Lamo Black and Cntoh or Catechu, to be found in this Market. J. K. WUU113. T7ANCY RORSEMEN "Van an select f nm Sloan's, or N orris's, or Breinir. Fronfi eld A C os Horse Powders, Gargling OU. Mus tang Linimfmt. and all the best articles in use at this time. J. R, WOODS. B IRD CAGES A few on hand yet, and for sale at last year's pn- J.R.W00PS. "VTEDICINAL LIQUORS. I have on hand a large stock from the best $10,00 Brandy down to 25 per cent corn Whiskey. A few barrels of choice old Bourbon and &ye,on hand yet worth $20 per galUon. r J.R, WOODS. TO conclude I will Bay that it is my intention to constantly ke ep on haj id a full una of ttooda, aod as I am now buying and SELLING EXCLUSIVELY FOR ClSJEX!!! in eoosequen ca of the unsettled mnditon of mone tary and commercial matters, I fistter myself that I ean siveniv emttiimnra u .run K, rtr i ni in their purchases s eaa be found in N- jrthern Ohio. j oils m wooua. WnrrealiaylS, 1863. v SEWING in AT THE SEWING MACHINE ROOMS ! ON MA IN STREET, a variety of FIRST EUS fl 1 are kept constantly on hand, where purchasers run have the opportunity nf testing the merit of the iliflerent kinds, and after purchaMiix make an ZlXOZIiLN-Gri:!! f the selected one dues not come up to the rec ommendation. Instructions given gratis. Unim proved machine sold at a discount, frcwing Ma chine needle, silk, twit and oil kept constantly on hHtid. Stitchinie done upon short notire. K. S. AIM IK. Agent. Main Street. Wiirren. 0 Man-h f. 13VJ. MEW FIRM. ItKXJ. C'RAXAliK. D. B.GiLiiir.g. CRANAGE & GILMORE mi. Having aSHOtlttU'd IheiniH'lVCS to gether in the Itot and Nboe business, would respectfully c:ill the attention of the public to the lartfe stock on hand, and they are now re ceiving a large addition of tali aud aimer styles ot Lailies wear, I'.o.v' Boots, l.n.lios and Men's Rub ber Shoes, and all other articles necessary to make aeoicpletestock, which will be sold as iow as at any other store in the pUce. Air. Cransge having n experience oi iniri vMk in .I,,, i.iifinMa tnA l.cinv a iireticHl work man, will devote his attention as heretofore to the manufacturing department, and especially to Cus tom Work. Nono but the beM of stock will he used, and especial care taken in tilting, and all work made warrauted. Leather of all kinds. Findings, &c, constantly on hand. We nnst e removed itr Bm A Shoe Store Tn ill Rrl.-k r.lnck. on the east side of Main Street, oue door -u.uih ot Ai. luis aud amun s Store. M ireh 4. ISo:'.. W. S. U Vl.t'RE. r. v clckx. W. S. McCLURE & CO. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE SALE OF BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, EGGS, Beans, Pess. Dried Fruits, Flour and Provisions 250 FULTON STREET, Op. Washington Market. XEW YOKtt. REFERENCES. Measr. Kiddct: A noicrnoic. Penn Yan. N. Y. Hon. Horatio riall&ra, Soc. State ot iew Inrk. Wm Cripps, Pres. Standard Ins. Co., New York. A. II. Ballard. 1 psilanti, .Michigan. J. L. Kelly, Mil.ankec, Wisconsin. K. 11. Huntington. Adams' Brff. Co. New York. J. H. Reed. I tica, New York. Hon. Henry J. Raymond, "New York Times." C. H. Wheeler, St. Albans, Vermont. D. Ward, Lancaster. Grant Co. Wisconsin. July la. lStii lyr. IES'W GOODS! WARREN BAZAAR STORE AVERY LARGE STOCK OF GOODS arriving everyday from New York. Call and see the 6ne assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS. STATIONERY. WRITING PAPERS AND ENVELOPES. GERMAN 4 AMERICAN TOYS. CniNA GOODS. BOHEMIAN WARE. CANES. DRUMS. POCKET BOOKS PIPES. ENGRAVINGS, PHOTOGRAPHIC AL-' BUMS AND CARDPICTURES. GILT FRAMES Ac, at W. N. A W. W. PORTER'S Oct 14 I 0 WAR PRICES ! WAR REX &M'L,AI1V T0 not take advantage of tbe War I tn ask Enormous Profit of their customers. and therefore are selling BOOTS AIVD SHOES! Cheaper than any other House in Warren. We are -cvoieui wuu QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS! We have BOOTS BY THE CORD ! STACKS OF GAITERS ! Shoes by the Pair, Doz. or Cargo 'bilreu's Shoe by tbe File! All of which we offer at the very lowest Cash price COUNTRY MERCHANTS ! Can sort up or buy a full stock of us as low as in neveiauu. OUR STOCK. IS NEW AND FRESH!- We have on hand a tip-top selection of CuNtoni Jlnde Men's Wear, Hurt nannfac urv w v ..... . We take James Ward A Co.'s Scrip as money for goods on delivery. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Market Street, near PostoSice and Bank, CaprM WARREN A M'LAIN ANDERSON & RUPP, WHOLISALI AN1 EKTAIL GROCERS AXl) C0.FECTI0.RS, PCALKKS IX WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, &C, Xo. 5, Main Street, Warren, Oliio. WE keep alwajs on hand a largo and suDerior stock of Ooods in our 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 faimess o' rice, we defy Aomnetition. t-lu.ll Please Hand Tliisa fO YOUR NEIGHBORS! T)erson8 that desiro to obtain one of Dr. Dr. William K. btcpaenson s ratent Truss es or Supporters, can do so by applying to Drs. D. B. Woods A Dillon, Main Street, Warren, Ohio. These Trusses and Supporters have given general satisfaction in this country aod .re recomended by by our most celebrated Physicians and Surgeons, and many persons certifying to having radical eurft made by them. Any person ean obtain them by express by sending to tbe proprietor. Address Wiut Greenville. Pa. Persons cominr to the of fice, nan obtain these instruments to order, and warranted to give satistsctton. Address Da. WILLIAM R. STEPHENsOX. West Greenville, Pa. These instruments are recommended by, Drs. Woods A Dillon, Drs. Loy A Nelson, Dr. J. L. VarHiorder. Warren, Ohio: Dr. ll. W. Howe, Examining Surgeon, Warren. Ti- Tt.MM.hner Lir. Cnnninrham. ounrstown : Dr" U. D. LaOossitt, Dr. Feilding Donaldson. Dr. James Pauly. Mercer, to, ra: li, p,.r MurniiL Crawford Co. Pa: Dr. James Cochran. ir. John Borland, Darlens- burg, Butler Co. Pa. April 13. 1S64 3m INSURANCE AGENCY. I. L. FULLER, Agent, Office, Jameson's Building, Warren. May !. 18fi0-tf Market Street. Houses and Lots and Vacant Lots Bent, InqnireatMcConnell LEATHER STORK. T IAJ3LE CUTLERY, SPOOLS, &c at EOUXUA n -txti a. I to ATTEN.T ION iJATTALLION. HEAD-QUARTERS, ) Kivst Llock Dttro Stcih, V ,. Warren. O.. Nov. 13. '6Lj X 1 K the undersighed tako pleasure v in announcing to the citixens of Warren, and vicinity, the fresh arrival of our new stock ol Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Lye Stuffs, Dye Wood, Ac, selected with great care from reliable Eastern House, and beg leave to submit the follow ing list. Especially do we cull the uttention of Phy sicians to our new stock of Medicines, sud invite them to rail and examine. 1IOYT 4. NTRATTO.V. No. 5, Main Street, Warren. 0. Bnrnett's Boeaine for the Hair Mrs. Allen's Dressing do Circassian Oil do Tricophcras do Lyon's Kntharion ilo Sanfortl's Dressing do l'rof. AVoods' Kwslorative jio MitclieM's HsndkerchierExtra.'t. liaiin's do d Harrison's ToiU:t Soaps. Bazin's do do Colgate's do do do .io I'ainter' Dismoml Cement. Spauldimcs' Uhie A l'tnfe-t'ns, Christndoros' Uair Dye, Batchelors ilo do Matthews' ilo do Harrisons' do do Js,yue' do Jo Brown indsor Genuine Yankee list? ot Snlph. Ouinine. 10 os ilu Monhine, .Merrills' Kolectic Prepsmtins Keiths' do do Tilden's Fluid Extract I ure I ol. I'ottisa, do Nitrr.te Silver. Ilanilins' Wiuanl Oil, Beniine for Erasing Gree, Puro Medical Liquors. Svrup Iixi. Iron, Cnlortoirui. (tlycerine, I'ure Ohve Oil, Silver Hlass Starch. Pure Penrl Starch, Bird Cages, Cod Liver Oil, Carbon Oil and Laui. 1 interns. Mott's Pi I lis, Moffat's Pills, Roback's Pills. GnrfiVnburg Pillls, Morse's Pills. Holloway's 1111. Soulc's Pills. Hooiier's Pills. Clarke's Pills. Price's Pills. Cheesman's Pills, Motts Iron Pill. Wright's PilU. Strong's Ague Pills, Ayer's Pills. McLane's Pill. Bennett's Pill. Ilibhsr.t's Pills, Knndretli Pills. Spauldings Tills. Jayne's Pills. Seller's Vermifuge. McLane's do . Jayne's do Fahnestock's Vermifuge, Van Doesen's Worm toiifec'ns Mathews' do do Holloway's do o . Putty. McCully's Window Glass. Oroton do d Sand Paper, Burning Fluid. Alchohol. Druegirts' Fnn.it nre. Tfis-es. Spatulas, Catheters. Glass Syringes, Mouil Syringes. Elastic Syringes, Breast Sunn. Pure Chrome Green. Dry and iu Oil. do Chrotne Yelto do v ermilhoii. Drop lllack. Venetian Red Y'ellow Ochre. Red Lead. do do do d.l .1.. do do do do Solution Tin. Dye Stuffs, Nitric and Muratie Acid, Sulphuric and Acetic Acid. Aqua Ammonia ff b. Sweet Spirits Nitre, Sulphuric Ether, Turpentine, Beniole or Naptha. a substitute for Tunwmtine. Japan Varnish, No. 1 Furniture Varnish, No. 1 Coach Varnish, While Demar Varnish. Asphaltuia Varnish, Pearl snow white l.ea.l in Oils. Baltic " Washington " " " Fahnestock " " Washington Metal Zinc " Franklin Snow White Pure dry White Lead and Zinc. Smith's Extra Paint Brnbei. VarriLjh Artist's " Sah Hair Tooth Flesh Tanner's Oil, Pure Linseed Oil. Castor Oil. Sweet Oil. . N eats Foot Oil. Mecca Refined Oil, Mecca Lubricating Oil. Tallow Candles. Sterine " Sperm " Star Pure Saleratns. Pure Cream Tartar. Pure Sub Crab SoPa. No 1 Nutmegs. Mace. Citron, ZanteCurrants Cassia, Cloves. Svan'shlnduro THE YEAR OF FIRE ! ! ' X S O L - Conflagrations Without Number! INCENDIARIES ABROAD ! WE warn tho people of Trumbull County, that the North is full of rebel emi saries. who are prowling about the country, burn ing all kinds of valuable property. You cannot open a newspaper that is uot full of accounts of destructive fires. The like was never known be fore 1 It is unparalled in the history of the conn try I L'nable to whip us in fair fiirbt. the rebels have lam tneir plans io " " " fair warnine. YOUR TURX MAY COME XEXT Ton cannot guard against danger except in one way. lou Aiust insurei Come quickly, and take your choice in any or our mmn.niM tlie best and cheapest. They have stood thefiery test in Trumbull County! They have came rorth lrom it, witn an uniarnisneu repuiauuu; and theii Policies are the'best "cure for burns, known to the medical fraternity throughout the United States. nEiVD THE LIST. Pkanix Imuraxec Co Hartford, Assets... .... rtau.uuu. Merchant! insurance Co Hurtord, Assets Sew England Iwrnrane to.. Assets .- ilarket nruranct Co Hnrlittrd. $j5y.wjo. . Aeic York, 2f0,0UO. Cleveland, , .i5.lU. Assets Buckeye Insurance. Co Assets... London, Ltverpooi in England. Larg , nmd AVu York, with head office -nrMif mmninT in the world: cani- tal and available assets One Hundred and rifty Million Dollars. , Cunneelxeut Lilc. "yZTmu Assets ?7,(-7 Ana Lie nl'?JZ$ Assets. v-ociwj. There are no better companies in the world than the above. Tbey are doing an immense business in all parts of the country, and offer unequalled in ducements to those wishing insurance. t ARE YOU INSURED ? It is the imperative duty cf every man. who has property liable to be burned, to protect himself with good insurance : it is a moral obligation rest ing upon all, and who neglects it does violence to himself, damages his credit abroad, impairs his in fluence at home, and often brings ruin and poverty to the former abodes of opulence end lnxury. ARE YOU INSURED? If not do not rest esy until you have obtained a Policy, from the bandsof & March 30. 1864. Warren. Ohio. Warren & 3 " Keep constantly on hanJ Best Buffalo Slaughter Solo Leather Best Beunos Ayres, ' " Rest Orrlnoeo, ' " ' CALF SKINS! By the Single one or by tbe Doz. FRENCH CALF ! ! We keep the genuine srticle, which we offer at the L0AVEST MARKET RATES Upper Leather ! By the side or quantity. A TIP TOP ARTICLE PUffK. IaI3-IN"CS-S ! MARROON'S RUSSETS AND BRONZE LASTS, PEGS, AND KNIVES! In fact everything kept in a LEATHER and FlxniXO 1IOVSEM all of which we offer to the Trade, at the lowest Fmeeial Attention is called to our suberb CALF SKINS, best in the market. Warren. Feb. 24. 1S64 4 CCOKDIOSS, VIOL1SS &GUI- XlL TARS, All the new Pongs for the oieioaion Pi.no . Alosic Uooks. ACSlCBTOBX. 1 ! - GrO TO A. McCONNELL'S, ' AND GET HIS.OWN MAKE OF Men's French Calf D S Boots, do do do D S A D V Boots, do do Kip do do do Cavalry Boots, Long Legs. Coarse Boots, D S Prime, Kip do do do Grain do do do F C Scotch Ties, men's, . Boys' Kip A Coarse Boots lo Balmorals. do do Grain A Calf do Army Shoes, do- Youth Copper Tip do Infant's do do Girls' Calf and Kip do Boys Balmorals Kip and Calf, Youths' do do FOR THE LADIES. Goat and Kid Balmorals, Goat and Kid Boots, hntduu Lasting do (Hove Kid Balmorals, Glove Caif do Silk gore lasting do Our own make of Calf, Goat and Kid Balmorals and Bootees. OR MI.SES AND CHILDREN. Our own make. Lasting Balmoral. Lasting Cong Gaiters. Gout A. kid do Calf and Goal Bootees. Calf do Copper Tip Shoes, Silk gore Ladling Giilers, 2b cent Shoes. Kid, Goat and Calf Bootes. . Custom Work, Bet style made to order, from a child's kid boo tee, to a man's sewed F C Boot. A. MeCOXXELL, AfAlX STREET, Has the largest stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, ever before in this market. We do not ask you to come and buy, but come and let as show you the goods and prices, and if we do not save you 10 pr et on what you pay useaah for, we will stop the works and go as Uncle Sam's boys "Away down South in Dixie," to fight secesh. A . M c U O N K ELL'S BOOT A SHOE STORE. Is one of tbe beat places on the Renerre, and has been for fifteen yearn, to ret rood roods at low pri ces. All work U warranted, and what is not made in the shon. we ret made out. and is warranted all the Pftme. "io not fail to call and see him before vuu buv. 1 en's K ubber Overshoe. Men's Rubber Sandals. WomenV do Women's ' do MLiien nd Children's Overshoes, J ust ree'd at McCOXIS ELL'S. Main Street, FOU THE TRADE. lino sides best B A Sole, Bis; stock of Kips, do Calfskins, 12dos French Kip. XX Pinks, Kudos XX Elues. 15 " XX Greens, 15 dos 500 sides best Slaughter, Big stock of Uppers, 'Sit dos French Calf, XXX Russets 80 dos XX Maroons, 50 " XX Cochineal, 15 dos XX Yellows. 15 doa 2U doz XXX Goats. 25 dot XX Rids, 10 XXX Goat Bind'irs It) " XX Cape Sheep do ttl pre men's R A L Kip Lasts, am HStub " 3 Stoiry 3 " straight block " 2.W Buys' HAL " Ni Wmcn3slrawbt Bni " 2i N) " spr 2l) MiiDe9' 200 Children 25 set Men's Boot Trees, 15 " Boy's " 10 " Youths' " " tit pair Crimp Boards, 50 " " Irons, at McCONN ELL'S JO barrels best sweet nsM pure Strate's OU, WAX. PEGS A CO. At McConnell's Shoe dc Leather Store. Main Street, Farm and Building Lots! at Leavittsburg For Sale. ri"Mie subscriber will sell a number oi I buildinr lots on the west side of the road run m in aouih from the Railroad Depot at Leavittsburg. These lots are the most convenient to the depot and have the best water and drainsge of sny in market. Al.-oa lot on the south side of the road, a short dis tance above tbe residence of Mrs. A. fettiL con tuininr nhnnt eleven acrea. with a fine sandv know fr a building spot. Also, from ninety to a hundred ftcrea on the west and south Dart of his farm, with a fine building spot opposite Mrs. Pettit's, suitably divided into tillage, meadow, pasture ana woou land, or he will sell the whole farm if desired. WM. E. CLARK. Willowdalo. Dee. 23. 1303 tf NlSi-T FIRM ! NEW ESTABLISHMENT Thm nndenttrned hive essociated themaelres an der the style of HALL k MACKKY, for the par pone of carrying on the Harness and Saddler? busmen, and hare opened an establishment on Main Street, one door north of T. J. MoLain Son's Banking House, where eaa be found an as- . r Il.. C.ll Plas Tm.bs BUI 11A1C1I Ul S. A ni UCCO. UaUUIW, aA 4V ISHB.a Robes, Whips, Blankets, Travelling Bags, and eve- rothing usually kept in nouses oi tne Kind. Repairing of all kinds promptly done. W D. HALL, Warren. Nov 11 'S3 ly. F.J.MACKEY, Jameson & TYIieelcr OFFER TO FARMERS THE "PRESIDENT COOK STOVE," 4 cknowledged by all to be the best r Elevated Oven htoe now in use; they are very heavy and are warranted not to break fire. AA3V AiACi "KING OF STOVES," Which is too well known to need any commenda tion. - A-LSU 'lil& "QUEEN OP STOVES ! " A good, cheap and durable Elevated oven Stove SALE ROOila Ho. a. Market Street; foundry on Liberty Street, near the canal, warren, u. April a '63. "CHEESE VATS V. We still continue to make an Improved Cheese at, loo wen Known io ine Aairymen oi irumouu County to need any puffing. Call and examine be fore buying elsewhere. JAMESON A WHEELER. THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED A. Conk Ktnve "DTSPATCH." for sale by JAMESON A WHEELER. 'T)R1LLLANT COOK STOVE JD The best Coal Stove ever offered to the oublic: warranted to give perfect satisfaction and itanu nre. manuiaciurcu anu ior sic uy fcfcTUCKEVE MOWING MA- JJCHIXK for sa. eby maXRm o LD IRON TAKEN in Exchange lor anything we have for sale. JAMESON A WHEELER. PLOWS OF ALL KINDS, Manu. factured and for sale by v v . JAaUAOUII Tf AlXsAiAAAAA. "TANGUP COOK STOVE for B small wood eater, and a good baker: also two sixes of the "Rip-Rap," very popular .stove wherever introduced. JA.n.r-au-1 a. n nr.x.i.riv. "MN WARE, STOVE PIPE, 8U GAR KETTLES, POTAU KEllA-ta. ana ind of Iron Ware manufactured I and for sale aJikir at JAiUJWUaI n All kj "4 CONQUEST COOK. STOVE." y TOR. COAL: alarceand new made stove with a well arranged grate for coal ; don't require a bushel of coal to build ene fire. Manufactured Watches! Watches! WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN N0U5CIS0 to the publie that we have just returned from the Eastern Cities with tne larg est stock of goods in our line that has been brought to Via irumouii ior 7f vF"e beat kinds of Swiss Watches, which we Warrant to Keep Time ta the SaUalac tloa f All ! I a i. . Um aasoetmant of American and Eng lish Watehes. whieh we will sell - AT LHE LOWEST PRICES! A complete stock of SUver and Plated Goods- CASTORS, of sll the late styles. CAK K r3Ah.r. 13. BERRY DISriES, BUTTER COOLERS. CAgavlB NAPKIJf RISQS&a PLATED N-APKXN RINOS GOBLETS, COFFEE TJRN3. SILVER CARD-CASES. vf)1rS d The best quality of PLATED i OKs.3 ano ' S PA ehmce lot of POCKET and TABLF ' - " "SoRTJlOfAIES, And all kinds of Fancy Ooods suitable for Chrkrt mas presents; all the late styles of Jewelry, among which are some ff ErrJ m j 5 CORAL SETTS. BLACK OS YX SETTS. PEARLS, DIAMOND RLSGS. DIAMOND PINS. , FISH GOLD CHAINS ef all Kinds. - r-r-T-n TTS A. O AT1T1 I I. TAfJTJKOT CO. Dee. 9. 1863. tf. 3IILLI1VERY! MRS. E. POTTER, Announces to her numerous friends that she has taken the rooms over Iddings 1 k..i ahe in reeeivine direct from j,-ew York and is now opening a choice variety MILUIvERY GOODS OF THE SEWEST STTLES. Selected by her with great ear is the city, which she offers on as reasonable terms as ean be pur chased in this market. All wishing to purchase her line are invited to call and sx swine her roods, oaproily . . - - STITA Til C A RRIAC E FACTO RY; itirsa- OUTll OF CANAL, Warren, Ohio. s: ad k.v estMblLdiinent bv enlarging my already extensive buildings, as wen as erec..u " . , trodutiug a .team engine, with all kinds of machinery of material, time and labor are enacted, nereey anoruing uciuun , ,mpioyin TER article for the same or LESS money than can be TER srticle for the same or LfcSS money ttian can oe anorueu wimoui suo ''."-', J : m lhe east an increased number of the very best workmen " the country, many of whom are direct fromt an increased number ot the very Pest woramen ern cities. 1 am now prepared to make and turn off A found at all times thi best assortment of finished work H A roeci. and f. r ouality. workmanship durability and respect, and for eastern mauutac . L. e ...4 CHES. of vou. styles.. dpr.c. CLOSB LOAL I'H A HFOTF t-'S ROCKA WAYS, a variety of 1. 2 and S seats. CARRIAGES, a variety of 2and3seats. PH JiTO.NS. 1 and 1 seats, lops standing and falling. JENNY LINOS, CARRIAGES, live patterns slide seats. SILKIES. iruiL'iiwiiinVJ k .rtl. f.,F ana and nirh tJorder any styU ,oi Twhieled vehicle. on the SHORTEST NOTICE. Persons wishing anyuunf ra myline.of business, srereouested to eaU and .seefor themselves. ..-,. ".otic nw L'anaiHa uitaniiiin tn 1 luffitn nnri anti lutuninuiu in styles to suit tbe most fastidious. sK.a.. ;-. w- ' w w- 1 . p n arren, April la. Ico. a 5 Uaving lately extended and imp' uoes. u saving adapted to the business dj ' K" jjKT atloraea witnont sncn BLGG v. i v i & i u t. . . ... : 1 . . : in .TnTryTot T finuh. la not to be surpassed in iuw ..- m.m.tM K Mi lAlinil ; Jffi1 f.r,. vMi. on.WUi- TROTTING. DROP FRONT. DEMOCRATIC WAGONS. KNOW NOTHINGS. GAZELLE. TIPTON, DiiV nrfinTVQ te etc. twn hones. Mr present facilities enable me to fur- i niuiiiiK uu " m ITT IT Au U U'IRR lTV.Il. A.A. JJ VUU II4seAS w H. C. BELDEN. 7 i fc by k of in WESTERN RESERVE arriage Factory. rpHE PROPR1ETOK ue- I sires to say to the public, that . to ere ean be seen st his Repository. on Liberty Street, a few rods south of the V esiern Reserve iiank, tne largest aasorcmeui Carriage amd Boggle, That he has ever exhibited and rea ror seie in this market. Ilis stock consists of iAJlli.1 wiv RIAUhS and SLIDE SEATS, of various patterna. One-horse Huggies of nearly every description, aU of which are of the lateai ana mo appro ern styles, which for quality of material, substan tial workmanship and elegance of nnian, cannot be surpassed by any other establishment .in the . fcjate. itavingineuceeeeiuioperiiwui3A with all the necessary machinery for manufacturing his Spokes. Hubs, i elioee. and everything that ean be done advantageously by machinery. Ueing a practical mecoanic uimseu. urui- ing and overseeing all the various brancnea, ne is prepared to furnish a vehicle in first rate style, for ess money man any uuiw West, . . n-.- s,rv ft STTTTa VTTW BACKS. PEl)ItK S " AUV-IO. ivavaaii ai BAROLCUKS, If not on hand, will be made to order, on short no- b -Repairing. Trimming and Painting done with neatness and dispatch. , jbrAll work aone at my maniuacfcurj wmiww v. . i lAiKftaWA I am prepared to fur- .t.ii i '.....nilin and others with the best qual ity of Turned Spokes. Bent Rims. Bows. Shafts, Poles, Seat-arms. Hubs, ic at as low prices as at any other establishment. . . Carriage-maasra : " . timber, can get their Spok es and Hubs turned on short notice, and at fair ces. rer.TI Sept 3-lKoi Jk. si. w Wanted Lmia diaiely t Any quantity of first rate seasoned Spokes, Hick ory and White Oak Lumber, in exchange for work or Cash. B. h- V IsELL. PIAXOS: PIANOS ! ! . O. B. HCCSE "UTarket Street. Empire iilock, is lVJ. now receiving Pianos from four different manufactories, finished in the most beautiful style, with all the latest improvements m tne action as W As we are'not'aA-ents for our mannfactnrers. but purchase all our instruments mostly for Cash, we are aoie to seu mem. " lmi ' All persons wishing te purchase a good Piano, wUl find it to tneir own uiierwA w w - chasing at some other place. AU kinds of musical instruments takes Is ox- All kinds of Instruments tuned and repaired by a practical Piano-maker, in good stylo, and all work warranted. JuneS.- Cabinet Ware and Chairs. SEW FIRM sad NEW GOODS. .,,, a. T. TOWXSISD. TRtESDEIXATOWSSEJD. fAt the well-known stand of A. TruesdelL) AYE entered into a partnersmp for the manufacture and sale of CABlitl IVVTTVHE and I HA1K5 in au tneir various rieties, and have now on hand and are receiving tons assortment, eonsnuu, u. w T.t. Tetea. Centre Mahogany Rockers, ' " Easy Chairs, Spring Seat Chairs. Cane Seat Chairs, a great variety, Wood Seat " Cottage Bediteads. Card Lining Breakfast Kitchen Writing ( Common I Trundle What-Xots, Bureaus. Book-Cases. Desks. Wash Stands. Picture-Frames. Cribs. Cradles, ete. . In short, everything usual y kept or called for at a fur nitnre establishment, will be found or manufactur ed at ssustactory prices. , , Orders from a distance promptly attended to and Furniture carefully packed and delivered at Cars or B"fc COFFINS. A Targe assortment always on hand, and made to 19. A ftt. T. . quired. Ware Rooms on Alain SU near rv. a. , pot. T AO. AOJ7 BLACK BROTHERS PRODCCE AXD PKOTISIOJI Commission Merchants, 114 Sorth Water Street, Philadelphia. 1ST. B. Psrticulsr attention paid to tho sal of Western Reserve Butter ana l,neese. Refer to George Tayler. Esq., Cashier. Warren. " Messrs. McCombs A Smiths, " " Mr. E. A. Smith. Druggist, Jan Z7-6m INSURANCE AGENCY ! WHITTLESY ADAMS, Office over McCombs k Smiths Store. Mais Street. Warren. Ohio. ' STATEMENT FOR MAY. 1864. Lortllard Fin hmtraMet Conrpany, ...New York. Cash Capital andoorplos, , $,01,03 77 Metropolitan Fire Inrmranct Com. .. New York Cash Capital and Surplus QltUm T Sortu America Fire Insurant Com- Hartford CL Casn capital ana ourpius xrt,vv Norwich Fire Immrance Company, v-Nonrieh Cash Capital and burpla ?aaji 41 Girard Fire Insurance Company, .Philadelphia. Cash Capital and Surplus, JU6.U4 J6 Pkanix Life hsmnce Compaut Ct- Cash capital ana enrpiua, ..."-i. American Life Insurance Company, ..Philadelphia. Capital btoca. $o"j0.utX) U0 Application in person or by note, will receive nromot attention. WUITXi.tsr.1 aaja-ho. May 4. 1864. Agent. Economy. Security. LORILLARD! Fire Insurance Company XEW YORK CUT. CasbCamtai $500.00000 Surplus. Mat 1. 18(4 -$208.033 Assets. May 1. W64.... $708.03177 froMA annual! divided. 75 per eent. to tke irtoier. Tlii. I'nm n. n AiviAen threeQuarUre of tne nm profits to tke Boltew hold err. in scrip, bearing interest. witnoui any uaoiuv u ui. ui.. . ,. This Company tonus. instead of dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving ite poltcg hold ers greater tecuntu, an d at the same time Cheaper Insurance than any other system. Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAMS. Agent. Office over McCombs A Smith's Store, Main St. Warren. Ohio, May 4. U64. SPENCERIAN ' OBERLIN. OHIO. S. S. CALKUs, Principal Commercial Department. W. A. dfc E. E. IIIUKE, Principals Chirographic Department. ALL desiring to prepare for busi ness, may be assnred that the best facilities are offered at this Institute at about 40 per cent. 1 .1 ; .1-. .luvhMA The course of study include Book-keeping, by single and double entry. Commercial Law. the art of Telegraphing, etc.. etc. . In the Chirographic P'Eajxi00.!: struction is given in SPENCKR1AM, r-KAClA-CAL and ORSAMKNTAL PENMANSHIP. On receipt of One Dollar, will be sent to any ad j u . un!.. with Aznlanationa. pre- senting a eompleteanalysis of each letter of the Alphabet, imparting a suLSoient knowledge of the system, to insure gooa succeee rn it Aw-.oend for Catslogue and Cirouiaxar S. W. PA11K, Sl i t KSMOR TO 0. H. PATCH & CO., IS NOW OFFERING Immonao Stoo OF CARRIAGE and SADDLER! HARDWARE AT WAR FOR PRICES CASH! REGARDLESS OF COST The floods are here must be -sold and the Pee pie must buy 'em at prices to Suit The Times! OUR SPRING AND SUALM-EK" Stock is now on hand and being opened, com prising in extent, variety and quality of Goods, s COMPLETENESS unequalled by any other establishment In the west, and then rices ranging a little above tho vast Job bing Houses of New York and Boston. In connection with our former Carraige Trade wo have reeentiy.added CARRIAGE HARDWARE. Comprising H RINGS. STEEL. IRON AXLES CREWS HUBS. FELLOES. POKES. BANDS. BOLTS, and every thins of best Stuff together with all things needful to build all styles of Carriages from a wheelbarrow up . , ,, While speaking of Carnage Hardware we would further mention to CARRIAGE BUILDERS the fact that at our SEW KX XS MARKET STREET, opposite Court House we have some EXTRA AXLES sot heretofore kept in this market, such as SMITH'S CASE H'SE. IV to TOMLESSOS'SSWI - kPAT. FELLED COLLAR, ete. which are regarded by all Eastern Manufacturers as being superior to anything in use. 8. W. PARK WILL JOB IRON WILL JOB AXLES. WILL JOB SPRINGS. WILL JOB BROADCLOTH WILL JOB DAMAnKS. S. W. PARK WILL RETAIL HARNESS, WILli Rfc IAILi CULLAita, WILL RETAIL WHIPS, WILL RETAIL IVORY RINOS WILL RETAIL SADDLES. 8. W. PARK DEALS IN OIL CLOTO, DEALS IN OIL ENAMEL CLOTH. DEALS IN DOOR MATS. DEALS IN TRUNKS. DEALS IN CARPET BAGS. 8. W. PARK MA NTTFACTTJRES FINE HARNESS MANUFACTURES DRArT DU. MANUFACTURES BRIDLES. MANUFACTURES HALTERS, MANUFACTURES SIRSINGLES. S. W. PARK REPAIRS HAMES, REPAIRS SADDLES REPAIRS TRUNKS. REPAIRS CUSHIONS. REPAIRS WHIPS. . S. W. PARK Would call the attention of CARRIAGE MAKERS TO BIB LARGE STOCK WELL SELECTED B SO A DC LOTH ft, " hlDIA RtTBBtS ClATaa. Damask, Flock Boci. ... , . Es'L Mcsi.m. I. Mohsco. " Drill. Moli Skis. M Doci. DashLsatbis. Rid Plush, Es'l do. Gaits do. BoKi 50. Silk Lac. CustaiS Wi List STtcia. CAaaiiei knona Whip Soc i its. Tor Paors. Dash Rods, Sil. Joists, Bfcisam', etc etc AH of which we keep constantly on hand If qnantl ties to suit any purchaser and at prices DEFYING COBrtTlllO. v. Atinnn allow as to add that the above en alogne embraces but a small portion of our Extensive Stock at all timet on exhibition at out NEW- ROOMS, where we are selling at LO WtS R A T m S haa ever for Cash, to suit the present crisis, and shall be happy to receive our OLD CUSTOMERS and make new ones, at HABKET STREET. opposite Court House. S. W. PARK, (succassoa to o. b. patch: 6t co Aug. 28. 181 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Phila delphiafor (he Relief of the Sick and Pif u-med.ojtictsd with Virulent and Chrome Dieeasm ef the Sexual Organ. - Mediool Advice given Gratis by tho Acting Sur geon. n -nnn n WI immullMtDDtTfll V aluaDie utrutvis on DrBiiAiunfliiuia w SEMINAL WEAKNESS, and ether Diseases of the Sexual Organ, and on tho NEW REMEDIES em ployed in the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter envel opes free of charge.. Address T - iH oJLAAftA,i.v awaaiuii, Howard A ssoeiarioa, Nov. 10. 61-tf fDLOWS H AND OTJLTIVATOnS X I have now on hasd and for sale cheep, a large assortment of FELLOW'S CELJlBRAI 1va PLOWS, among which may be found: THb MUNaaUU, tne nest Boa i-low maae. STAR. Nos. 3 and 4. LONG, all kinds. NEW YORK PREMIUM. Improved. TV. LL STOCK of A No. 1 points, to St almost any Plow sold in this market for the last ten years. CI LT1V Allru au me oem maxes. Shop oa Pine Street, oppe Baptist Church. Warren. 0 March 9. 1864. 6m. Soldier's Claims. BOUNTY MONEY AND 'BACK. PAT. collected for Soldiers, and PENSIONS proenrod for those -fgfia, over McCombs A Smiths' Store, . Hay eX ateiBDt.Warran.01ua.