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WAHREPT PLANING MILL,
BOGJL SASH, AND BLIND FACTORY. rTEE PEOPEIETOES OF THIS OLD AND WELL KNOWN CON- JL eera, (wtablishad by Jodg Spear, in 1848) located t few rodi loath of the Mahoning Kail Wd gyot. near the nnw of , , - , TtT ATTT JPTI OJUSTJIL. OTIlEIDTfl, . ','.'! ' ia Informs agths tmVRo. that rber have sanrely Increased' their facilities for If ana. Saeturtng ait kinds of work in their lino : having lately added tome of the latest and oet im proved aad approved maohinery bow made for wood working in ica Tarious branches, aad at wo ae none bat th ben knilCfiIGAll tc CANADA PINE, j '5 .- F ft . . .- .; ..- ,h, fcetexw of DOORS. SASH, BLISDS. Ae. wo tnrut all work mad by us. not to be eaceiled by any manunotured. and beisc thai prepared to do work, wo are enabled to with any and all eoeceraa. wbenver located. Having r-ureheaed a Unre toekof Pine Lumber of the venou (aaea, direct from the manufacturers in MiohigaB. we will tell the aam ROUGH O R DRES SED . at prices much below thoae ruling a few yean tinea, whan lumber waa bought mainly from see --Adaae third hAae. Wo hate aleo arrangement by which we are eaa&led to fill order1 for P ram 1 ti g Timber,' Joist & Scantling of the beat quality promptly and at the lowest price. Wo alto pay particalar attantioa to CtSSTbii SAWING & DEESSING, ' '. aajl are prepared t do the awry beatkiaief work in thii line, on the most tarorabl term a. and will guarantee aaUfiactioa in time, price and workmanship. We are folly prepared to do all kind of work in our Una, and to nil orders tor MATERIAL FOR BUILDINGS, complete, from roof to fonndation. whether for the humblest dwelling, or mott modern palace, n e hare OTerythinc in the limber line wanted, and Alftf WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST PRICES. . 'w .. '" ' ' C '- " TTkT toed stock of DOORS. SASH, BLINDS, FLOORING (all kinds) CEILING, y- BOUGH LUMBER,' - - r.. DRESSED LUMBER, f eteeaiaee' and Mcbamre to do ear work.- We are "right ta lews'' with oar atiUgMatariala and Prioea, ready to all order promptly and low. Remember tie place. TOWN tt. TvnrTvr. tvttt.t.," In the Manufacturing portion of the city (to M near fto OS Bfiils. Orbit Mill. Bollior Mil la. Woelea lactone. Machine Shops. Foandriea. Carriage and Furniture Shops, and in the busi soaj prt of the town, a few rod tooth of the Mahoning Depot. W. March II, 1868-tf ; T. M. A BELL & C O. Lumber Merchants & Manufacturers . PROPRIETORS OF THE NEW PLANING MILL, Near Atlantic & G. W. Depot, Warren; Ohio; St HAVE NOW ON RAND BteteeeeertBNOt of 8eaaoBd Lumber, aad order en thort notice, any deeired oaaatity. Alfo any aaaaty oi Banning ameer, en ue . Xl"r and. IZiet Xjire JPirl T'oixle h inrlaa. Lath aad Boil dine Material renerally, win be kept on hand In larre quantitiee. UTJrLTEirS, COME JLNT SEEXJg. iia15.lle:tf . .. T.lCABIiCO. PACKARD & CO. JJ. : LA.EGE STOCK J AND COST- are Brenered to aall ia the rosea ar dreamed to taw at our Mill here and in PennaylTania V ! v. er s .:FtejiTi:XMi:ifaarto!ALL Us natural Vitality and Color, j A dressing, which is fi.tr once m-wjih1p. I , . liealliiy, and effectual j ! . " . .1 . I 3 ior preirertiiig me ' hair. . FaHed or gray J i Juxi r tx .-aoott restored to itt original ' co?or i ? " freshutss -. of - voath. ;S7 r -.JThta hair is thick ened; failipgttlUF ohecked, acd bald SS4t oftaa, thrragh. ..not always,, cured iy iU usa. , 2oAhiuj , can restore ihe kiir .Trtets tUe lbllidesi are tfeatroyed, Titbe..glAnd3.. atrophied and. decayed. Baj .ectch as fernein .can be Mtved, for aet"uhiee by. this application. ; Instead oC foaling tia. hair wilh a past eedi Btest, it will keep it .dean aDd -rigorous. IU occasional nso i!l prevent, the hair from turning gray or . falling eff, and ooseqnently.; preven.t, baldnes. Iee from those deleterioas trabstans which make same preparations dangerous and injurious .to- the Lair, the Vigor can, only benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a ....... . HAIR DRESSING. BotaiDg W can.be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich gl(ssy lustre and a grateful perfume. Preparetf y Or. J. C Ayer- & Co.,' PSACTICAI. A?vD Akaltticai. Ch hosts, lXTg.L, MASS. PEIOB L00. Tor Bale by ' " ""- - HOYT. ETSATTOU ft HAPSOOD. ftpriH.l6My Ayer's jpaiilla, ram rTwrtsv bioodi ' -The reprraowon mis ex cell rmr mexiic-ne enjoy. v- It derived trem ita cores tnaar-e woJcb ate trujy Taelioaa. 1 Inveterate caeca ef ecrofuleos dia- eaae, arbera ae rvaum teem ea aacara!e . win eorni jtfeo,1 bare bees ii yi -ewnuco afMr'ure4 ttj n. ' croiulont aecdoneand I 04ortfererw-rtawereag-JT . .avaktr -b the acrofu. 'wm " " - lone contamiaation untd aaeywera ptialallj awaue, hae been radically cured rn. anch area vweerrln almoet erery s4o tion of the country, Hixi itor yvHie ecaroclj ncod to Be taiormeA of ita virtues or nea. - 'fiero'uloita poiaoa iaweof the-aaat dtrotire aeriiMiaofoarrace. Often. thit no ee ami nr felt tesaB?rT4uerRmnim undermines ibe coiuituuon, avt Urv ! beaoack of enfeebling or foud diteaeea,. wHaowte-v nraaqyplcipn of ip pif imi Aamn. tt aeeaw w CTt icffertlon Uirougriotrtth-bottr, ana -theB-aa eoje favorable occaioo,iaeiiJerdveVvf kato one or outer of iu bideaoaftTrmeiteevn the aurfaoe or antonr tbe-ncaiev In aae latter, tuber oiee may be aaddenly deposited in the luncrs or heart, or tumor fomerd la the arer, tar K abowa iu preeeeire byempuons on the stin.ot fnnl nicer. atinwe m aome part of the body. Hence the ocra moaatweeof a bottle of thlr Banapmrtltm la ad Tnue,eeea wen no active tymptomt of disease awear""Perona affiictMvritri the foUowtofr cotn piiawa vdeerallv ind rmmedHwff relief, and, at lenr-b. cure, by ink eSothla S.IXS tl IA: Bt. f atA4.-'a.A'itm. rvei-viu, Tttttr.SaU Jtheaewt. oaM Unmd, Mtiwi aa, twxrr X y. norm Jfwie, mad ooher enrptnmt or tiaiBV form. of giwajjiia dieeaegi tlw in the wre ron-TBled forma, at Bi-pe-jete; 2m(t Herri t iiMW, Fit, EmUptyr H'rarafj-is, aad-ttieuoBa Toereeta aflecuoaa of the niuscu- . hu aaai nervout arateraa.1- .- MaptiUUmt rci.enelaadyrml.l DiiF.in are cured by K, tbenrn -a Joafttimeia raqnrred for mMnlrf " aiiitfcT-y arrh-me But ienr eentmned nae of thia axMicine wiU cure the eomvlilntv Xeatrarrhea or ralio, Uiertna VUmrmtumt, and JFemait JHoeeee, are eeu BMelT aooa- relieved aad ukimajtly cared by ita por.f and mvurwaumr efleca, - Miouae Inreo-"t'i.-r cwacaaeareaMiad mour AJntaaae, tup-p.i-l r xu. ' Mb mutwtUm end 4rowtf waen' aaarfoetof thefcirrrjasd Jntte,icncBaruinav. aa Uee often do, from the paniumc poiaoa in the bleed. -Tata BAJtSAMA KILL 4 ta a aTee e www for the atrenrth and Tiaor at that I rai, Thoee-who are Lmnpmi and Xavaieaa, Snpn. gleeafeae , and troubled with J emni Ap finiKi or f eaww, or any of the afrecboaa avmifiorrjaue of ireaOneeaa, wil and immediate relief aad oonviacina evktenee af ita reatorauve liowernDoa trial. t . ftr. I. C ATXB 4t CejAVewU, ifaaa , rrmctUmt rnnd Analytical CkamUta. SOLB 2T ALL SXCGGOXS ETZSTTZEBZ. Tar Sale by' r HOYT. 8TEATT0N ft HAP0O0D. ' Jane 10, 19.lm RIGHT FRUIT JAR. THU PATENT SS J IHI BEST . AID OSXT JK1FECI rffcl.F-SEAI.IXQ FBCIT CAS. ttASVFACTcaED ar N.O. PANSLER, St e M Water Street, 89 Water Street, 5 Birer Street. 19 Hfadow St. CLEVELAJfD, OHIO. THE BEST , JAR IN THE WORLD. Caa be aaed bj a child, it is ao fin) pie, and it eold at prieea Tn H.oaoli of ,n. SOLD IS VABRENB T HorL Strattoa f Eaprood. Pew ft Brother. H. N. fimith ft Co, H. StUea A Bona, A. A. Adama. D. ft H. C. Baldwin, Fowler. Ohio. Alar 6.1AS-6m. GUNS! GUNS!! W. B. TYLER, ft n . Ntk1 8, r Market ' Street, hat tot every thicr in the SportinK line. The beat of FISHING TACKLE. : , ; BASE BILLS, . BOXING GLOVES, PAS LOCKS. BOO COLLARS. LOCKS & CIIAIXS, A larce variety of POCKSTk TABLE CUTLERY. SPOONS ia. Deer Keya, Knife Blada. Botcher Knivea. Uaatiac blairaa, U. ouae Irapa, Kat Irapa, dx, P0WDEE,LE1D, SHOT k GC CAPS . Jn larre or email ooantitiea. GTJN BARBELS, Locks. Trirrert, and Trimmiawa. floa-amttha Tools aad stock. Small Bench and Hand Vices. Hoaad. Flat and Cattinc flyers. The Little (riant Cloths Wringer, warranted the bert ia the market. TOY CASNONS. EOW GUSS. QUAKER 6UyS.fte. Stencil Worls. of all kinds dose on short notice, acd warraa- ' tea to rive satutacuon. STESCIL BRUSHES AD PASTE. , The only Aent ia thii County for the ericioal , Howe Sewing Machine. CALL AND SEE FOR TOURSELYES. ftf ar C 1868-tf UNITED STATES it FOEEIGIT Patent Office Agency 136 Bank tU Clsveland. 0. aad Tuhiartah, S C We prosecute bnrinen of every deseriptioa ralatiac to Invec tiona. Patents. Infrint'ments, Ae. W. 5. BURRIDGE ft CO., , . - Patent Attorneys,-' aVOrdevtmarba left with the editor of the WisTiaa Rtgtava CBaorreLB. who ii aathori lad to receive orders for ear aceaey. March 20. 1867. ml- - H r i. ;. " " H -J:!: ; V i.. s 00 The Cover a Sheep Rack with Grass. The following method if recommend ed by a German horticultural associa tion. For each square rod to be plan ted, take half a pound of lawn grata aeed, and mix it intimately and thor oughly with about fix cubio feet of good dry garden earth and loam. This i placed in a tab, and to it liquid manure, diluted with about two-thirdi of water, added, and is well itirred in, o aa to briDg the whole to the conaia tency of mortar. The slope is to be cleaned on ana msae penecviy smootn, and then well watered, after which the paste just mentioned is to be applied with a trowel, and made as even and thin as possible. Should it crack by exposure to the air, it is to be again watered and smoothed op, day by day, until the grass makes its appearance, whioh will be in eight or fourteen days, and the whole declerity will soon be covered by a close carpet of green. A Wisconsin paper says : "During a fierce thunderstorm near Mount Desert, the lightning came down through the roof of a house and a bed, upon which lay a husband and wife, throwing the man out of bed, thence into the cellar and out through the drain, and then plowed up the ground to the barn-yard, where it kill ed a cow." Two eons of Stephen A. Douglas, both of whom are resident in North Carolina, are said to be members of the Republican party, the oldest being the private Secretary of Hon. W. W. Hoi den, Governor of that State. In tie Dayton Ledger, of Saturday, Mr. Vallandigham denies that he de sires the defeat of Mr. Pendleton, but on the contrary prefers to have him nominated for President by the Demo cratic National Convention. A route agent in Missouri, named Workman, lived at the rate of $2,000 per month on a salary of seventy-five dollars, and his employers have put him in jail until he reveals his useful method. A reporter for a London paper wrote the verdict of a coroners jury : "Died from hemorrhage," and the public gained the information the next day that the deceased "died from her mar riage." "Yon ought to lay np something for a rainy day," said an anxious father to his profligate son, ''And so I have," replied the youth I "What?" "An umbrella." It ia said that should Mr. Home be allowed to retain Mrs. Lyon's money, he means to tMtow it in charity. The charity that begins at Home. ' A. S. Welch has been elected a Sena tor from Florida foe the short term, and Osborn is reported ahead for the six years term. - The Supreme Court of the District of Columbia baa (fecided that lyc, Bowen is the de fade Mayor of Washington. Quilp says the prettiest thing in the way of a morning (w)rapper is the chambermaid who brings up his shaving water. . ... '. How long does a widow mourn for a husband T . She mourns for a second. Bo tier is very bald, but he did not make anything by getting Wooley. ' When is a woman's hair like a swan's breast? When if s down. ' We know a surgeon who is in the nabit of making vm puns. The telegraph offioes in London give steady employment to over 300 women. A tight fit Delirium tremena. - ) PENNSYLVANIA MITE LEAD WORKS. HAYING REBUILT AND N larted the above named Works, we are now Prepared to supply STRICTLY PURS W HITS LEAD, promptly in ooeauty, - The brand of B. A. Vahneetook Co. Pure Vkit. fd. ao favorably known for the Dast twenty-foar years, has bee a ao closely imitated. that we have aeeiaea to enter u. ua me pue lie and ourselves may be protected acaiast un aoaiuon. The brand of that article in the future will be . And tie Apposite en! of the keg: Ftvlinestexk, Haslett & Schwartz. For Sale by Edward A. Smith. Drostist. War ren, ana aeaier in raiaia. April 1. 168 -Sm CITY BAKBEY ! II- WALDECK. UAKTACTU&ia OP ALMOND. CRIAM. GRAHAM. ORSTER. EVfiAB. BUTTER and all other varieties of Also - BREAD, CAKES, - MSCUITand " PIE'S Especial AttemtMsa paid te Jabbers Location Franklia Street. Warren. Ohio. Sec. 11. 1667-lyr M I L:L IN E RY! KsZ -th BOX5ETS RIBBOXS. F LOWERS, IIA TO. SPRING STYLES JUST ri TIP JkiX ViJD, AT - M. O MESSER S, 4w-AXJbaraJ Jlaeenait te the Trad. March 18, lSW-ri . TENU Y JEBCSHA JANE. fj The gnu eat comic song nnbliraed. rrice aU sentt, at. ADAH'S Book at hi osic Store. 0 -PURE 3 WHITE g l Q. PITTBBTjaOH - ;fliyia' Mm DRY GOODS! SPRING ARRIVALS I A. E. ANDE M & SOXS are opening daily, an extensive Stock of Spring Dry Goods boojrat before the reoeet advance, which for cheapness and oaality will be foaad anjarsas sed ia the market. 150 PIECES OP CLoic Sp'rins Style Prints, Win be sold at the present HEW YORK COST PRICES. DRESS GOODS, ia endless variety and at price, to correspond with the times. Those jEW HOOP SKIRTS TABLE SKtkTw proneaBoed by the kaowinr onea, w Be tae bboh gouuibi uina vai. Corsets! Corsets? Those who have worn the CELEBRATED Frenchr 54 Bone Corsets, sold ia Warren eaty by Andrews t Sons, wtt wear bo other. All sixes kept constantly oa head Ladies Sacqnes ! SPRING STYLES OPENED THIS DAY, ' Abo an extensive assortment of SACKING S! TBIM1LISGS, . . J;-'. GALLOONS, ... BULLION BUGLE FRINGES, GIMP, BUTTO S S. aad ia fact all of the nbvsltias of the Season. FASHIONABLE SACQUES aoado to order, on short notice. We take pleas are ia infonainf the C3-E3 TL'XsTTJVtTil JT that we have secured the-sorviee of a . Fashionable Cutter, from the CITT 07 BE W TORE, who has had eisnt years experience ia OITT Our Stack of ' . CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AXI DOESKINS, will at all times be fonnd of the most Fatktoua- u utti, oi tao FINEST TEXTDRE, aad of the cheapect prioa. Those desirint a FASHIONABLE SUIT at reasonable prices, please can oa ANDREWS A SONS, andthosewho desire to pay double pri eat, rass on. CARPET! CARPET! ALL WOOL JNGRAIJf AT l,e. EXTRA SEA VY ALL WOOL INGRAM AT !,. and others at corresnondinc prioee. A E. ANDREWS & SONS are the toU A vents in Ira mbuD Connty, for Ctltbrmled Peanw Paniata ElaHro Plated Gatd BtnMud ffrsa1 down W arras ted sot to cut in the sys r tarfc ap at the point. LADIES TRY THEM. April 15, 186MT Special Notices. ITCHTlTCHn 6CRATCHI SCRATCH!! SCRATCH!!! in from tan to fartr-eisit hoars. Wbiatob's Onrrvivr cores THl Itcw. WstaTnn'sOlKTaav euros bALT itaaoau .nres Tama, eurea BtasiaslTCB aorse Old Soaas. earaa EvSSI SUiB WlIlTUX'S OlKTHSV WaaaTOB's Oiavatxy WaaaTua's lanm WaiaToa's OiNTatxT or Hm. uu afisio. PriceSOeentiabor: by Bail, 60 cents. Ad dres WEEKS a POTTER. No-1.0 Waahuif torn btreet, Boston, a: sat. For sale by all Drunilta, ' Sept. 2S. 167-1 vr.' Soma PoIxj Can't Sleep Fighta. Very many suffer from ventral debility, oth ers from weakness of the etomacn and ina bility to direst their food: some have creepins eaeations aloes the nerve fibres, or pain in the back, with achinr and weary tbrebbtnaa of the linlu Thom.nil.f i.im aufi"er throuah lone .Mr. from what ... -.nd KimLcConrLiiara eansea oy tnereiexationoimiucieaiiuimaiuent that attend deficiency of vital force. Thousands of businessmen, overworked in mind and body, use np the nervous fluid, and become anfit for Hut or the Mi..ti of lite. Excesses in youth, and the terrible effect of fever and acne involve shattered constitutions and the f si lure of the seneral factions of health. To ruHeren trom ait taese eansea. DodcTa Servlne aaidlaivUarsitwr. offers an invaluable boon a natural and effiol w I , .i 7 ri fan power, a.w "-'"'.. or woman, inffarin, fpnm inf cause, can afiord to neclectthia remedy. Tue Nervine will be found to posseia an equalising; and nutritive principle. It allays irritation, and like sleep promotes the ae.r,iAna.of the system. It baa a&aity with the h'aeroca Fiaaas. and supplies them for the Wkste that is constantly ukis place. Like waolesome looa taaen into tna stomach, it nqdersoes rapid digestion, invigor ating in its process thedig estiva organs, aad pro ducing a Catlmarae ad TrBBqnillty unknown to any othsr preparation. It contains no opium or hasheesh, and so far from produ cing eostiveneas it will be fonnd aa efficient cure for constipation, and has obtained a wide renown for this peculiarity. What reople Say. "Dear Doctor: The last medicine prescribed by yon land will say that Doob's Nekvixb axn Ixvigobatob is all that it is claimed to be. I feel like a new man: the aching of my limes is all gone: I sleep well) have a good appetite; and feel stronger thai I have lor many years psst," (Contributed by Dr. A. II, locker, 269 r i-ntow-rt rlrnnklvn 7. Y. "I have used the Msavixa. and find myself much Benefitted by it, particularly in ue in crease of strenith and cure of thoae trembling sensations. Aly eostivanefsalso seems to been tirely cured." I Letter to Dr. Tuoker. The medicine yea ordered (Dodd's Nlivnce) we have taken three bottles of. It ia a great thing. Aly wife says the had rather have one bottle of it than forty ioctors. She is certainly better. Leueorrho2a cured don't feel the drag ging down so mnch ; bowels move easier, and in better nervous conditi.n every way." 0. B. Mabtib, Cashier Ulenn House. Long Branch. S.J-states that Dodd's Ntaviashas cured him of chronic veakness of the stomach, diuinees and sick headache, and greatly strengthened his whole system. Divio HalTSHoax, BiW btate-st, Brooklyn enred of chronic muscular and nervous debility Joh UiKBCT, Brooklyn.. N. Y says: "To regulate the bowels without producing eathar tio affect, quiet the ntrve. and tone up the sys tem, 1 have never nand anything that equalled 1 W .Tr'. NitvitK.1 W. f, tians. Km Eastford, Conn: "ii J wife has suffered for seventeen years with ex treme nervous debility and mentral prostration. She was induced by a friend to try Dr. J. W. Dodd's Kikvixb ak IxviooKAToa. and by its ase ia now restored te perfeet health." Dr. C, C. York, Charieetown, Mais: "In eases of great nervous debility, sot confined by any meana to the female sex, although from tha m&tAr delicacy of the female organisation more common than among men. 1 employ Dodd's Ktavixx axo Ixvigobatob with tha happiest effect. It exceeds in tonio power anything that I know of. while iu actions upon the bowel is all that can be dosirea." iiAnn'. Nitmi .kb TxrtfieABTOaiaemnloved in the M assaehusetis Hospital for the insane at launtoa. for Fcraonal Tcatlmeniala, T mtm of Oetiaral Debility. Indigestion. Sleeplessness, Kidney Complaint, Hind Colio, and Female Complaints in their own families, we refer, with permiasioa.to the following genr Uemen in tn is vicinity: K. W.BALUeaq fifth Avenue Hotel, IT. T. W. B. Bodos, Tract House, a . I . Jobs Williahs, Policeman. K. Y. J. W, Pick it. esq., Clinton-st-Brooklyn. Dr. H. A. Tcckxb, Clinton-su Brooklyn. J. 8. Wbiobt, esq, Jersey City. Uu W.eaea r'mm &U BroadwaT. N. T. For sale by ail drngguta. Price iLuO per boV tle. II. B. STOBF.B at CO, Proprietor. H . T. August21.isei.lyr. 33 33 Xj X 33 Itf S Steam Carriage Factory SOUTH OF CAJfAL. WABBEN, OHIO. Provided with all kinds of machi nery adapted to the business, by which a great saving of malarial, timeand labor are affected, thereoy afforaica facilities for .manufacturing and selling a BETTER article for the same at T.Kri moaev than ean be afforded without such advantage. Uavinga large number ei the very best woramen in tne country. I am cow pn pared te make and turn off A BDuUY PK& DAY. At my Repositories may be found the beat assortment of finished work in the coun try : all of which for quality, workmanship, durability and finish, is not surpassed ia this country, or ay earners manufacturers. CLOSE COACHES . CHARIOTEES. R0CKAWAY8. CARRIAGES. JENNY LINDS, SULKIES. BAROUCHES. . BUOULBS. TRorrma ncadiES. drop frost (3AZ&LLX. . XIPION. BOX BU3GIES. PAST03S, 1 and 2 seats, tops standing aad falling, etc.. etc. Also, LUMBER WAQ05S. best article, for one and two horses. Persons wishing anything In my lineof business, are requested to call and see for thimselvea. Especial attention to Custom Work and Re pairing. Painting and Trimminr done on short actios and tn styles to suit the most factitious, N.B.-ALL WORK WARRANIED. Oct. 11 laooV H. C. B ELD IN 2 fIGSTABLE AHBEOSIJ IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE! Grajr.headed. People have theil cks restored by it to the dark, hutrout, liken treuet of youth, and are happy! TouncPeople, with light, faded or red Haie awe these unfashionable colors changed to i Deautiaa auburn, and rejoice 1 . People whose heads are covered wits rmdnifzni Uumm, use it, and have deal mats and clear and healthy scalps ! JBald-lTcaded Veterans havi heir remaining locks tightened, and th lare spots covered with a luxuriant growtl Hair, and dance for joy i Young Gentlemen nae it because it it ichly perfumed ! , Young Ladies use it bccaifte it keep heir Hair in place! . . j Everybody mutt and tri3 ttse it, becansl I is the eUanttt and ieaf article in tid narket! . . - .; ' 'Bor Sals by Druggisti generally Dr. JULIAN HARMON. Wholesale Agut Warren. Ohio. . . For Sal b Hoyt Btratton A Hapgood. Wv ran. S. A. Smith. Warren :D. A H. C. Baldwin, fowler, and by Druggists generally: Jua 10. 1664.-4 AX. 'Z' r ino I rntmium Of m surer Medal was awaidib t Rionrme una prcrnoiTivr E" By the N. H. Slate Arriealtural Sorirtr. Tf Usrair.aoldcalaKioa,Scat.al,lli9t. BABHETT'I Tegctable Ilair Bestoratlve Railom Crmy Tfiir to Hi Nntatml Color t f- U prtJi af Ue Uht chMirea tbm mjk cur Dandruff ud Uuntoni ptYwaM X 4. iUir fkllin oat t t openor DrtMing. AMr , It m tam, no tfitBriouk inrTwdiv-nls wm iwrosaa ibusjsbisu uu rcaa- j A M article thmchoat the 4aV Mt(Wn.Noithtud 7 wo i. K BARRETT A CO Pi eee ietss. ' juacacsTsa, s. n. Bold by HOYr, STRATTO k HAPO00D. H holesale Agaat. Warren. Oh io. LYMAN I. BOILX. Sewton y alia. Ohio. TyALL PAPEB, WALL PA- I? PER. a new rot of fancy, cheap, and high priced papers and borders, window paper, cloth window shades, Ac- at ADAM'S Book Store. B ABY WAGONS. 'Of fine quality, at ADAM 'S Book Store, ia Y42gS13& !vTea,:fsTfc-rY' THE CHRONICLE. A Warning to Young men. Charles Lamb tells us his sad experi ence, as a warning to young men, in the following language: "The waters cave gone over me. Bat out of the black depths, could I be heard I would cry out to all (hose who have set foot in the perilous Hood. Could tb youth 6t whom the flavor of the first wine is delicious as the opening acenes of the entertaining of some new ly discovered paradise, look into my dissolution and be made to understand what a dresry thing it is when he can feel himself going down a precipice with open eyes and passive will to his destrnction, and have no human power to stop it, and feel it all the way ema nating from himself ; to see the godli ness emptied out of him, and yet not able to forzet a time when it was other wise ; bear the piteous specticle of his own ruin; could he see my levered eye, fevered with the last night's drinking, and feverishly looking to to night's tepeating folly ; could he feel the body of the death out ot wmcn i cry hourly to be delivered ; it were enough to make him dash the spark ling beverage to the earth, in all the pride of its mantling temptation. General D. is a Paris millionaire who owns the hotel in which he lives, and who has the. fancy, not uncommon amootr old camDaicners. of sleeDine on a hard bed, without fire, and of being otherwise uncomfortable, a la militaire, for the eood of his health. From Madame de B.'s back windows she had long observed an elderly gentleman of noble air, who occupied a small room tarnished in the most parsimonious manner, with a small iron bedstead single wooden chair, and a camp table. There was do fire in the coldest weath er, and the lady concluded that the fine old gentleman was a good subject for charity.- Having ascertained his Dime she sent him anonamously thirty francs every month. On April 20 Madame de B. held fete. It was her birthday, and presents poured in. Late in tha. evening there arrived a box of walnut, which being opened was found to . contain a maentheent jewel box, which in turn held mparure, or complete set of diamonds, worth a hundred thousand francs. With it was a note, which bore the words, "To Madame C. de B., with the respectful compliments of tieneral U." The Chaplain of Grant's Illinois regi ment relates the following incident When at home he generally attended the Methodist Episcopal Church. While Colonel of the 21st Illinois Regi ment he-cave every encouragement and facility for securing a prompt and uniform observance ot religious servi ces, and was generally found in- the audience listening to preaching. Shortly after I came into the reei ment, our mess were one day taking their usual seats around the dinner table, when he remarked : "Chaplain, when i was at' home and ministers were sloppinc at mv house. I always invited them to ask a blessing at me table. - l suppose a blessing as much needed here as at home, and it it is agreeable with your views. should be glad to have you ask a bless tng every time we sit down to eat." - From the Nevada Tretpaa we clip an account ot a meeting neld in San Francisco by the poor citizens who were tiring to obtain free grants) land from tne State. "Judge Turner, of Nevada, in addressine the meeting had occasion to say that "if the bold hearted, landless men of ban Francisco would work together and exercise the richt of petition and discussion, thev would each of them, ere long, have little home for his children." Imagine Judge lurners consternation on read' ing inthe BuUetxn next evening, that he said : "If the bald-headed landlords of San Francisco would work together, tnej would eacn of tnern, ere lODg, have a little more land for their chil dren." The thief who stole some silver plate from a Mr. Mckean, of Terra Haute, Indiana, writes him letter from At lanta, Illinois, which he cloges aa fol lows: ;'Allow toe to respectfully suggest to you in future ; you will content yourself with cheap spoons, and spend your surplus cash in the cause humanity and of Christ, In an interview with the President Judge Chase expressed his willingness to accept the Democratic nomination for the Presidency on a platform em bracing the living issues of the day. ConcresB has naaaedan ant nrnvifiini, for the distribution of the reward lor the capture of Jeff. Davis. If it had paid the same amount to help him get away tne nation would nave been tne gainer. By invitation of Admiral Fsrrsgut, the King of Belgium will review the American squadron at Ostend in a few dsys. That will be an Ostend confer ence which will amount to something. . Weed'a paper . says ef Greeley When he attends divine service he falls fast asleep and disturbs the congrega tion and the Sabbath by a trombone performance on his nasal organ." THE GREAT UNITED STATES TEA WAREHOUSE -0F- T. Y. KELLEY 8c CO., Res. 26, 28, & 30 Tesej Street, SEW YORK CiTT. Are now supplping families throughout the country with Tea and Coffee through the sys tem of clubs aad their regularly appointed agent, at a slight advance oa cargo prices, and guaranteeing their teas to be pure and fresh, and also give entire satisfaction, or they caa be returned and tha money refunded. Remember that by onr sy.tam the consumer per only one profit, instead of seven er eight, a he must do when he purchase of tha ordi nary grocer, tfe defy eomvaHiion. We cafl spe cial atteotioa not only to eur acandard good, but our fancy brands of Oolong and Young Hy son teas -peculiar flavors and tea sixty day from Japan. Oar Coffee department is also managed on thesysum of on pront only, and all our codec are sold on their merit. Wa only ask a trial. All our importation e our teas and coffee can be had of our regular ap- fointed agent. All our goods are good put up y ourselves in one . package, at our wre house in New York and retailed at HO IT. SIKATT0N A HAPUOOD'S Drug Store. No-S hi ai t Street, Warren. 0 at the small advance of 5 cent a pound over our New York price. Thi bring the good at the prices they caa be purohased for over our counters, with the freight added. LOOK AT Oi l PBICE LIST. Oolong. Black. 60c 70c SOe. 90c. and best $1,00 per pound. hi ued. Green and Black. 60. 70c. SOc. and 90c best $1.00 V k. Young Hyson. Green. 60a. 70s, 80c, 90c $1.00 $1.10. and beat $1.25 v . Imperial. tireeo.K. $1.00, $1.25. English Breakfast. Black. 70c, SOc. POo, $1.00. best il.SU ft. Japan. Mo. $1.04 $1.25 V . Gunpowder. lOc. $1 .IS. $1.50 B. Shantung Moyuoe Young Hysoa, in original Chinese neckaeeaSl.00 V ckg.Kianeai Oolong in original Chinese packages. al.3t ft pkg. FANCY BKAND.-t.-NmrTong OolongBlaek, $lJS V t. Nankia Moyun Young Hyson. ureen. Slxj m L'noplored Japan Teaa (SO day from Japan) put up expressly fir us in Yokohama il, 40, f.m)i:.l) OoPFEK. Pur Rio.u. lc. Sflc t. Best old Government Java, VJo . Royal Club laef mountain fiantation. mm t AflMMd aMtletftoee and baona enmnanie. All onr goods bear onr trade mark on each bag. ,lo of acre ore eeataae. May Ii. le-m. 73 Barrels PITTSBURGH ALE, FOR BALE AT JAMES McCOUNELL'S- Jan 22. leoS-tf SCARLET'S COAL DEPOT THE BEST COAL IN THIS markflt supplied to order, at retail or whole sale, at lowest market prices. Call at tha Ma honing Depot. GKORGh' SCAKLEI. n arran. Jan, a lso-ly. of : ERIE RAILWAY! TBI Bronel Ganges. Dowble Track Hewte NEW YORK, BOSTON, AXD KEW ESGLIXD CITIES. THIS RAILWAY EXTENDS FROM Dunkirk to New York 480 Miles, Buffalo to New York, 423 Milea Salamanca to New York 415 ALUo at is raoit -22 to 27 MILES the SHORTEST ROUTE All Tra;nt run directly through to New York w-eao Mll.aft wiTHOCTCHAVOgorCoACBas, Tram and after Mar 11th. 168. Trains will leave ia connection with ail Western line, as follows; From Dunkirk and Salamanca By Nsw York time from Union Depot: 7-30 A. M. Express IffaiL from Dun kirk, (Sunday excepted). 6 tops at Salamanca 1A.U0 A. 11.. and conneeu at HorneUsvill and Corning with the 7.20 A. M., Express Mail from Buffalo, and arrives in New Yerk at 7.40 A.M 3.25 P. M. Uzhtnint: Express. from Salamanca, (Sunday exoepted). gtopsat Horneliirille 6.12 S. (Sun) intersecting with the P. M. train from Buffalo, and arrives in New York at 7.40 A. M. 6-50 P. M. New York Night Exd- from Dunkirk, (Sundays excepted). Stop at Salamanca 7.45 P. M 01 ean t;JU P. M (Sup.k Turner's 10.13 A. M.(BkfJ,aad arrivea in Mew lork at 12.40 r. Connect at Ureat Bend ith Demwar. Lackawanna and n esUrn Rail av for Scranton. Trenton and Philadelohia. and at New York with Afternoon Trains and Steamer for Boston and) New England Cities. 9.60 P. H- Cincinnati Express. From Dunkirk. (Sunday exoepted). Stops at Salamanca 11.65 P. M.. and connect at Hor Bellavillewith the 11.20 P. M. train from Buffa lo, arriving in New York 155 P. M. From Buffalo Ey Ifew York Time, from Depot cor. Exchange and Michigan St'. - 6-00 A- VL, New York Day Exp. (Sunday excepted). Stop at Hornellsville .0 A. M.. ( unit.) : nuaquenaana l. f. M mine): Turner's 7.05 P. M., (Sup.) and arrive in New York 9J25 P. M. Connecting at fireat Bend with Delaware. Lackawanna A Western Kail- road, and at Jersey City with Midnight Ex press Train of New Jersey Railroad fur Phiia- aelpnia, .Baltimore and nunington. 7.30 A- II. Express Mail, via Avon and Hornellsville U-undaya excepted). Con nect at Elmirawith Northern Central kailwav for Uarriiburg. Philadelphia and the South. ana arrive ia xi ew x ora ai i.vj a.m. 2 35 P. M. LiKntninfr Express (Daily.) Stop at BorneUsvilleo.10 P.M. (Sup.) and arrives in New York 7.40 A. M connect ing at Jersey City with Morning Express Train ot New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington. 7.35 P. M. New York NwutExp. (Sunday excepted). Eton at Hurnersviile, ll.us f. JM., intersecting witb the t r. M. train from Dunkirk, and arrives ia New York atli40?.M. 11,20 P 21. Cincinnati Express, (Sunday excepted.) Stop at Susquehanna 7.4 A. M-(Bkft): Turner' US7 P. M (Line), and arrive in New York at 3.55 P. M. Connect at fclmire with Northern Centra! Railway for Har- rifibur . PhiladelDhia. Baltimore. Washington and points South; and at New York with Af ternoon Train and Steamer for Boston and New England Cities. , . Only One Train East on Sunday, leaving Buf falo at P. M, and reaching New York at 7.40 A.M. Bostos iD Nrw Kbolaid PAsagxetus. with their Baggage, ar truulerred re ay earf in New York. BeTo pleaaor travellers tbs line of the Erie Railway present many ebiecuof interest pas sing through the beautiful valleys of tha Che mung. Susquehanna, Delaware and Ramapo rivers, an ever-changing panorama of nature's beauties command attention. The best Ventilated and mot Luxurious Sleeping Coache THK WOKLU-U accompany all night train oa thi railway. Baggage Checked TUrongh, ' And fan a&aa foe as bp ana other RoaH AWASKor TICKETS XIA ERIE RAL WA Y. Which can be obtained at aH Principal Ticket Omeeein the West aad Sooih-W ost. H. RIDDLE, WM. R. BARS. Geo. Sup't. .. Sea'l Paaa, Ag . May 27 lece-tf NEW YORK Clothing Store! In. Anderson aY lapp's Kew Block, one door South of McLaia' Bank. Main Street Warren, Ohio. D. 31. LAZARUS, (Srccxssoa to 3. Brxa, k Co.J PROPRZB TP OH. I hav just returned from NEW YORK, with a very Large Stock of Pooilr If i rini rtinor AllUUJ iiAHUV VIVIlUUg) HATS, ' OAFS. : VALISES &c, GEXTLEMO'S FLRXISEIX6 GOODS AH of which I bow offer to the public, at price even lower than before the war. Look at cm of my price 1 Good Business Suits at $750 Nice Casrimero Suit at $12jW, $15.00 A $13.00, Fine' Black Suits at $12,00, Hood Lined Satinet Pant it 81.7.1. and up ward. Whit Shirt. 1,23, and all other . good ia proportion. GIVE ME A CAIsL,, and I will prove to one and all. that th best bargain ar to ae teuaa at u New York caotMng Store. UY MOTTO IS. QribKF ALES AND SMALL If. B- I am Agent for the Royal Eagle Tok shirts, tne best made and most pertect Stung blurt aow in tn market. D. M. LAZ ABTJS. April IS. ISCS-om. Hall & Mackey Fo. 10, Market Strwt, Warren, 0 T fAUUFACTUBEES OF HAK- ILL NESS, and Dealers ia SADDLERY HARDWARE SADDLES, TRUXSS, WHIPS, TRAVELLING BAGS. Blankets and Brushes, and erery thing in their fine will net bt ndr- old. n arren. u.. dpru a. an oe-nj T)EEK A BOO POLKA, Jl By M'Naaghton. with a splendid colored title nag, a fin things, just out. Price M eeets tut p g. a im AjjAJIjj.B00KSI0KK inONFOUNDEDLI SOLD. A A VI . - laeswava Bfl A hM hi X, Y Am. Oil wcigra, Ajmarj maanmam sma Avan 7 tfuvusUif HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR I the only infallible Hair Preparation for KESTORra GRAY HAIR TO IT9 ORIUI- Ai AL COLOR AMI fKOMOIlli .13 . GROWTH. It U the cheapest preparation ever offered to to thevubbc, tt one botlu will tatt longer and accomplith more than three bottle of any other preparation. Oar Rea ewer ia not a Dve : It will not stain th skin a other. ( will iarp the Bair from fatUna oat- U tlawnam Ike Sralp. and makf (A Hair S01T. LCSTROTJS. A5DSILKE2T. Our treaties on the Hair sent free byjbaJL ' B. P. HALL k CO. Hatha, N. H. Proprietor. For sale by all druggist. June 17-lm CHRISTIAN HYALN BOOKS, A new supply jot received at PORTER'S BOOKSTORE. mi FLORENCE ! L LOCK STITCH, EEVEESIBLE PEED SEWING MACHINE, Makes four different and has a perfect Self-Adj listing Tension the best in THE WOITLID ! rna FAMILY USE, a WILL DO A Greater Range of Work, with lees th-n mj other MAC H I U El FVLL INSTRUCTIONS GI7EIT, AND KACHINFS FULLf WARRANTED. J. E. BBOCKWAY, Agent, P. 0. OranteviUa. Okie. Also,' Agent for the sjssnk Kaitting Xaehlae. . April ,186-lyr j - - . , . WESTERN RESEEYE Carriage Factory JT'-EIE PilOPEIETOE desire to ay to thoDnblie. that there can be seen at his Re pository, oa Liberty btreet, a few roda south ef the Western Reserve Rank, the larieit asaort- ment of Curlssgea aad Baggie, That ha haa ever exhibited and offered foe sat in this market. His stock consists ef TAMIL? CAR RIAlifiS and SLIDE SEATS, of variou patterns. One-horse Buggie of nearly every description, an oi wnica ar ot tn lateat an most approved Eastern style, whioh for aoa.1 ty of material, abtantial workmanship and elegance of finish, cannot be aurpaased by any oth-r establishment in the gcate. Having in socceeeiol operation a siJiA.n a.ui. wi ail thaneoeasarv machinery lor Baaauaactnrina his S pokes. Hub, felloe, and everything that ean Be aone aavantaceouiy DT macninery. Being a practical mechanic himself, uperia tendina and overseeing all the various branca- ea, he is prepared to furnish a vehicle in first rat style, tor leas money than any other mana factnrer in the west. BACKS. PEDLER'S WAG05S, COACHES A BAROUCHES. If aot ob hand, will be mad to order, oa short BOtice. -Repairing, Trimming and Painting don wit a naatneaa ana aiptoa. 4T All work aone at my manufactory warren In addition to th above, I am prepared to furnish Carriage-makers and others with the beet qua Jit y of lurned eposes, bent turns. Bows, Shaft, Poles, Seat-arm. Hnb. Ac, at a low price a at any outer establishment. Cariaga-makera desiring to furnish their owa timber, ean get their Spore and Huh turned on snort notice, and at tair prices. Sent i 18rtf . K. WIS ELL. Wm Heat Market. On Xallooirty St. South of Stile Sew Block, and opposite n isn s uamage rectory. Th Undersiraed havine fitted an raame. will be pleased to furnish the people with the beat ana onoicast BEEF, PORK, VEAL & BUTTCB, Oa Monday, Tirwtsr, Wedaesday, Tmmimj ,V rldaj A rtnry snorarlHgm. Deiermined toeall the best meat ever sold in n arren. I Ask tne Fatroaage of the People Special care takn ia th pnrchase nf Beeves, eat ana mutton. j.r.iiuiar. ALL MEAT DELIVERED. Pttobs leftTinv their baskets tad ordarf th mint biore, will b&T tkeir maat deuTared at ueir own doon arij ntxt moniiiMC. April 24 186o-3a JEE03IS T. CAMPBELL, DISLZA IS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Flour, Feed, Fruit and Yegetables rpH2 TJNDEES1GNED baa open 1 ed a large aad superior assortment of the above named goods, and articles, two doors north of MeLaln's liana. Slain U, Warren. O, Customer will find a NEW AND FRESH STOCK from which to (elect, and at as low Seurwia ean be purchased elsewhere. Given a call, and we wtu iaa pleasure in waiting upon you J. T. CAMPBELL. Warren, Sept. 25, lS67-tf iORSE ! R AKES, Steam Rake factory, Warrea, Trambnll foH Chi. JrMDEPENDET WHEEL AXD L revolving Horse Rakes, Churn Power, hums. Wheelbarrow. Fork and Ho Handle. ae.. nv tne wnolesal and retail. iDf. Planing and Turning don to order. Also am Agent lor ihe CHAMPION MOWER BB REAPING MACHINES, (ha eheaneet and tha host machine in the world. Steel tooth rakes, extention ladders. Ac. all of which can be seen oy calling at tne factory. Stay 27. lSs-.mo J. J. ui.iln.a WiM.Ij PAPER, A NEW ARRIVAL. 5000 i KOLLS OF WALL PA Dr jmt relTvML all ntrw atvlM. MBUrTiiitiwi Gill Vapvrt. batinivnl W bit and jttroirn niuu. Aim bb acortmcDt ot BORDERS TQ MATCH. Call and examine onr style before purchasing elsewhere, cloth window shade and Paper Cur tain always on hud. April 1. Woo. W. IT. k W. r. PORTER. Cloth Window Curtains JUST RECEIVED, SEVERAL roll of Green, and Bud Hollands, for nil by the yard. Also hbi very nice Hilt and Painted Shade. Blue, Green, and Bui Paper Curtain always on hand, at n . a. ee Yi . I. ru&XAJi s. Warren. 0, April 2, H8. SPRLYG CASlPAIcy,. jj, VAUTEOT &ACKIEY, Again sail attention to their spleadtd stock eonautiag in pert ef AMERICAN WATCHES. E. Howard & Go's Watches VAUTROT ct ACXLET WATCHES, Always warranted superior time-keeper. Gold and Silrer Chains, PURE SILYEIt SPOOXS, diamonds & levrQirj. CALENDAB CLOCKS, BETH THOMAS CLOCKS, SPEQ t a n T . T71 H , The beet quality at reasonable prieea. TELESCOPE AXD OPERA GLASSES, Looking Glass Plates. Silver Plated war made tor u and stamped with our Bam, batter than aay other brand WILL BEAR ENGRAVING Consisting of PLATED CAKI BASKETS, . CASTORS. BUTTER DISHE?, ICE PITCH EES. . SILVER CABD CASES. BERRY SPO0X3. FRCTT KSIVKS. , CREAM EPOONS. Bcet-o. -Remember that we ATEmmkjmKrsr All good to be a represented' Watch work and an raving always done by iXPEBIEKCED WOBKMBTT And warranted to give Perfect Satisfaction. T1UTR0T & ACKLEY, J. Vabtbot. T.Acti.iT. Market Rtreet, Warren ObJe, March U. 1368-tf ' m ' NEV GOODS SPECIAL BARGAINS ' -AT- GIOTEFLGER& BRO WE ARE SOW PREPARED to offer to the public, our large and well selected Stock of Spring & S&raniir Goods! Of th Latest asJ most approved Style, com prising almost err Variety ef laacy m DRY COODS DEESS GOODS,' 3 WHITE G00D3, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, CLOAKraG, . TEIMMIN GS. '& . OEITAMjnTTS. We have also now opened nnarually large aad attractive stock of Straw & Millinery Goods, consisting of all th novelties) of the seaaon. BONNETS, mm HATS, SILKS. ., . .RIBBOXS. - CRAPES, FROSTED m DUaOiiQ LACES. French & ilmerican Flowers V and invite a comparison ef our Style aad Pri ce with those of any other house ia thi town. We feel eoaAdeat that aa BXAMTJfATIOM' will prove to the advantage of all buyers. Par ticular auaauoa paid to CUSTOM WORK. 9- Bcnaiet Bleaetiiaa dam en Skews Hotice. QUNLEFIITQEH & BSO. April is, lses-Jm. CROCKERY ASD GLASS STORE. ALL PERSONS WISHING TO purchase any Crockery or HOUSE MISflllG GOODS, this Spring or coming season, will do well to call at ii. & Pew A Brotner' Crockery Store oa west sideof jiaia Street. W hare Jut re ceived a TRDmDOlS STOCK of Crocker? diraet trom tho PotUrita of bit own unDorttion. which will eokbJa u ta sell the levrao qa&Uiy of goods mttcii than we ould sell if we were te eavehea aw good of jobber or (mail dealer. U have also ia stock a great variety of CLASS WARE, of Busy pattern. TABLE CUTLERY, of all diseriptioas. BRITANNIA WARE LOOKING GLASSES of many six. Table Marts, . Spoons. Castors, AH sty! of Fork and Spoon Baskets, Japan ToaTrays STONE, WOODEN & WILLOW" WABX, A full line of Children's Carriages' for almost any pries. Sherman' Celebrated Clothes Wringers Webevemide arrangements to supply theeoua try with sleaae Call ausei; eaawalwe ear Rtork PEW & BB OTHER. March 23. U6S-tf NEW DRUG STORE! Main. St.. Warren. O. E.H. ALLISON & CO., TTave opened a Drug Store in the I 1 building formerly occupied aa a Fl ar eas Shop, on door south of Porter' Book store, and are now ia receipt ef a full eseert mnt of good, just purchased at th lowes cash price, and wdl besold accordingly, E. U. AJJUbOK A CO. JaaTS. 158.