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O.N.IUPGOOD S IBITOH.
MTA&ZES, "V7ZD3TESDAY, OCT. 24.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
Bl niDMRItt VLCTTORf TBI riTI T LaCCX.
FREDERICK HASSACREK. of Hamilton.
Joseph m. root, r eh.
1st Benjamin Epclcston.
Si William M. Dickson.
8L Frank McWhinncj.
4th. John Riley Knox.
Cth. DesJen W. II. Howard.
Cth. Join M. Kellum.
"th. Nelson EusL
6th. Abraham Thomson.
9th. John F. Hiakle.
10th. Hecckiah S. Bandy.
11th. Daniel B. Stewart.
12th. Richard P. L. Babet
14th. AVillard Slocum.
15th. Joseph Ankeny.
lGth. Edward BalL
17th. John A. Davenport.
18th. William K. Uphara.
19th. Samuel B. Philbrick.
20th. George W. Brocke.
21st. Norman K. Mackenzie.
REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. Let there be a Large Attendance!
A meeting will be held at Southington,
llonday evening. Oct 29 tk
Speakers IL L. Burnett O. L. Wood,
and Geo. B. Young.
Also at Greene, on Saturday evening,
Speakers W. 0. Forrist, A. W. Jones.
By order of Central Committee.
C. R. HUNT. Ch'n
The Wide Awake Demonstration.
The demonstration of Saturday night
Was the most successful affair of the kind
which has come off in Warren since the fa
mous year of 1S40.
According to programme, precisely at 7
'clock, the special train from Youngstown
arrived here, bringing the Wide Awakes
from Youngstown, Mineral BiJge i: Xiles,
besides large delegations of cititens and la
dies from each of those places.
Most of the Wide Awakes were on tie
open cars, and astheir lamps were all light
ed, as the train approached, it looked like
a huge comet with a tail of fire, lie War
ten Wide Awakes were drawn up in order
at the depot to receive the visiters ; guns
were fired, rockets were sent up, a proces
sion was formed under the charge of II. L.
Baraett, Esq, Marshal, assisted by D. W.
Jameson, Esq, and with torches waving
and Danners gleaming, their march enliven
wibvthe mUSlC of the Yonnmrfnm W
- - n.w ( A V. V
and Weathersfield Brass Bands, and a
Hartial Band, the Wide Awakes mov
ed p Main street to Engine House No 2,
where they halted a few moments. After
re-aTrangtBg the procession, it proceeded
top Mam etrect (nearly every house on
winch, north of the square, was brilliantly
I linn: ma ted,) to the residence of John
Hotehins, Esq, when he was called out,
and addressed the crowd for a few moments.
In a tclliag speech, which was constantly
interrupted by enthusiastic cheers. The
procession then moved up Main street to
Lane, then to the corner of Prospect, down
Prospect to Washington Avenue, down that
treet to Liberty, down Liberty to High,
ast on High street to Elm, down Elm to
Market we, on Market to the public
PRESENTATION OF THE FLAG.
Here tka Wide Awakes formed in a hol
low square, when a beautiful Banner, the
gift of the Republicans of Warrea, was pre
sented -to the Republicans of Weathcrsfield
(who liBd so richly earned for their town
the name of the Banner Township.) by B.
F. Curtis, Esq., in a neat and appropriate
peech. . Three rousing cheers and a tiger
were given fer tie wide awake Republicans
f WeathersScld. v
The Wide Awakes were then dismissed
for half an hour, at the expiration of which
hey -were again recalled by the firing of
beaBnon, and resuming their ranks they
marched down Market Etticet to Main, down
Main to Clinton, east Cliatoa to fine,
tip Tine to South, east on South to Liber
ty, op Liberty to High, west o Main and
down. Main to the depot or rather to the
Gtskili House. This last march, after the
fresentation, was really the finest march
f tbewening. A good supply of Roman
candles, rackets, &, bad been kept in re
serve, and were now freely distributed to
enthusiastic citisens and Wide Aw.-A-rc
aod the manner in which they were let off
during the tramp a la niilitaire, on Main,
South and Liberty streets, was, a caution
to those benighted Democrats who "love
darkness rather than light" Wo ! be un
to, ye when ye Wide Awakes are abroad.
Speaking of enthusiastic citizens and en
'thusiasm generally, Tcry few can appreci
ate the full force of that word until they
have seen an illumination and Wide Awake
Parade. While we were around "takin'
motes," we were decidedly amused to see
ataid Senators, dignified Mayors, Auditors
and-ex-Auditors, Congrersmtn elect &c,
be, whooping, hurrahing and shooting
Tockete and Roman candles in a very pro
miscuous manner. Indeed,-We noticed a
ommissioned officer (Major iencrs2, wc
think,' is-the title be bears,) break lrfcuks
and leap-ia to the Etrect in advance -of the
little army moving steadily oa with their
measured tread with a Roman candle in
each-band, "Swinging and gesticulating with
these Uying, seething lights, as though be
was leading a triumphant "charge" at Sol
ferino. The'light infantry we noticed were
also actively engaged in the grand moving j
panorama, throwing fire balls, ccc
The dwellings, stores and offices of most
of tic Republicans were beautifully illumi
isated. XvmaMoeiQg on Main street, the
stores of J. HcCounclL W. N. Porter,
Hoyt Si Stratton, the office of Smith &
Woods; on North Main, (the Turn
pike.) the dwellings of A. Andrews, R. S.
Porks; B. P. Jameson, John Uutchins; F.
Kinsman, J. B. Dunlap, G. N. Hapgood,
H. B. Ttrkins, J. D. Cox, Porter Barnes.
C. M. Patch, T. J. McLain, A.B. Lyman.
J. Dana and W. R, Stiles, each and all
showed a caudle for every pane of glass.
Ou High street the dwellings of Dr. J.
Harmon, Geo. Parsons, E. Spear, J.F. As
per. L. D. CraiL IL Potter. P. T. Bartlctt
A. D. Webb, B. Cranage, L. Sutliff, C. W.
Smith, R. II. Barnum. C. R. Turner. C. R.
Hunt G. T. Townsend, E. H. Allison, U.
II. Uutchins. " At the corner of High and
Elm streets, the show was remaikibly fine
the dwellings were splendidly illumina
ted, and Messrs. Hunt and Barnum bad
provided a quautity of fire works which
they let off just as the procession was pass-
On Market street D. B. Gflmore, Jai
Rccd. 0. IL Patch. A. King. J. L. Weeks;
L. A. bmitli, O. Jlorgan, Dr. . luuioos,
R. Iddings. L. J. Iddings. O. L. Woleott,
Dr. Nelson. Dr. Loy, Hull's Hotel. Dr.
Davis, Aliss Fleming, Camp's Hotel,
Geo. Taylcr, Williams' HotcL the stores
of Fields & Weir, Freeman, Hunt & Co.'s
Banking House, office of Cox, Ritliff &
Spear, F. LcPkoy s rooms, stores of Faiks
& Wentz, C. Moser. J. F. Asper's office
stores of Iddiuw & Morgan. J. Vautrot.
Chronicle Office, Empire Hall, stores of B.
Cranage, R. H. Barnum, Andrews & Weeks,
reek & Brother, Jameson & Co. and J. B.
Dunlap. The fine new tall block owned
by the two last named firms, was ligh'cd
from top to bottom, and presented a beau
Liberty street from Maikct to High,
was one blaze of light every dwelling, store
and office being illuminated. The stores of
Geo. Adams and Stiles & Son, Uutchins'
office, Chapman 8 Hotel, the dwellings of
II. L. Burnett and John Harsh, and the
offices of Dr. Townsend and Forrist & Bur
nett The scene was magnificent, when the
thousands of lights were streaming from all
these buildings, the torches of the Wide
Awakes waving to and fro, or pressing stea
dily along, held aloft over the dark uniform
of their bearers as they marched onward,
bearing flags and transparencies, and follow
ed by crowds of people nxi-its darting
upwards, Roman candles throwing their
many colored evanescent light fiery ser
pents darting in spiral or waving lines
bands of music playing, cannon thunder
ing, and cheer after cheer pouring from a
Finally, the grand triumphal march
came to a close, and tac companies were
all drawn up in line r$rth of where the
cars were standing. The captains gave the
orders "right face !" right dress I" "ground
torches!" break ranks and get a good
seat we believe was the last order, can't
be certain. It was still twenty-five min-j
utes to the time of leaving, (40 o'clock,)
so cheering became the order of the day.
(or rather night) First for good honest
Old Abe, then three cheers for gloriou? old
Weathcrsfield, the Banner Township ; then
three cheers from the Warren boys for the
W. A. companies generally; t!:cn three for;
the ladies upon the balcony of the Gatkill,
who stood waiving their handkerchiefs and
cheering tl-e enthusiastic masses below.
Then was proposed and given with a wilL
three cheers for our Congressman, John
Uutchins. The visiting W. A.'s then pro
posed three for the Warren company, and
the courtesy thrv had shown them durins!
the evening-three were again propostd
, , ,T T . , , .
given for H. L. Burnett Uarshnl of
the evening, then for Lincoln, &C &a
keeping up this dcep-toced Republican thun
der almost without intermission. A toast
was given by the Marshal, and received
with cheers and shouts :
"Tte Chain of Presiileiis Not com
plete until we add another link-on (Lin
coln.) Finally, three hearty cheers were given
for the gun squad which had done such ef
fective service during the evening, and three
times three for oar nominees, to close upon.
Our Warren W.- A. and Fire Company
then marched around the train and stopped
in front of one of the passenger cars, and
called out R. J. Towers to make them a
short speech. He bad scarcely begun, when
'up brakes" was whistled,- and the train
was off, leaving us to imagine what fine
patriotic things he rai"ht have said, bad
he only kept on, vJiicA he did.
Three rousing cheers were given as a
parting good night answered back by five
hundred warm hearted, strong longed,
young Republican patriot! May God bless
them iu their "household and in their
store." Our company, led by the Marshal
and Brass Band, then marched back to their
head-quarters at the Engine House, where
three cheers by the company were given
for the Warren Brass Band, when good)
nights were exchanged, the men dismissed, !
and so ended the "second lesson." We
have heard rumors of there having been a
"dance," or jubilee of some kind on Mar
ket street metciere, but we have not yet
got full particulars, but hope to have -them
by our next issue.
We have never seen any affair of the
kind, got up with so iittle effort and on the
spur of the moment which vas eo brilliant
Before ad after Election.
This -number is the last that -will rraeh
you before election of next Tuesday, hcu
t,hc first of a series of Democratic victories,
will but foreshadow a more brilliant tri
umph in November. Trumbu I Democtat
That was the time the Democrat told the
truth, for once. When the next paper.
(the 11th inst, two days after the election)
was published, the editor bad not heard I
that My election bad taken place; at all'
events he said nothiirg about it -In bis
paper of the ISth, be says:
TUa i-oeillt fif th iAtPC lCCtlOT.9. VIS DY
.. rtkin extent anticipated."." ,
"us to a certain extent anticipates
That is cool enonga, certainly i
. . , I
The Banner District of Ohio.
We confidently claim for the XlXth Con-
gressional District the proud position of the
Banner Republican DUtrL of the Stite.
Lo-.k at the official figures and beat them
4' ISC I
Cuyatoga-X. G. Riddle. . .
A. J. Villiani3.
-A. G. Riddle. . .
A. J. Williams
-A. G. Riddle. . .
A, J. Williams.
Majority for Riddle.
This is a Republican increase over the
majority for Dcncison for Oovcrnor in
ISjG of 2.2.jOI I ho anii-caatc vote of the
District iu 13j9 was 14.701. In 1300
it U 17.234. Increase 2ie'O of which
2.250 is Republican, and 330 Democratic j
We repeat what District has done bet-
It is a matter of congratulation to our '
able and popular Representative elect Hon. '
, ,, ., .1 -11 i i-
A. G. Kiddle, that he will go to ashing-
ton backed by such an overwhelming ma-
jority as the above. This is the largest j
majority ever given any Congressman, we
believe, in Ohio. Heretofore the Ashta-j
bula District had been the banner district
it having given the veteran Gildings over j
5,000 majority. . J
Hie Banner XlXth must set the mark .
at least 1,000 higher for Hones! Old Abe.
It can be reached, aud f00 better, with
efficient work rfoht along to the closing of
the Presidential polls the Cth of Novem
ber. Wide Awakes! lead on the column!
The Lincolu hosts are with you shoulder to
shoulder! Cleveland Leader.
Not quite so fast friend Cowlca. The
gallant 19th has dons nobly, but the
laurels of the 20:h are green as ever, and
the title of the Banner District must still
remain with us.
The following is the result in our dis
trict Ashlalula John Uutchins. . .4,023
D. M. Wilson... 715
Trumbull John Uutchins 3.C70
D. 2L Wilson... 1,5 4 7
JafomnyJohn Uutchins 2.54 7
D. M. Wilson ...1.950
The Banner District of Ohio. Total vote 15,062. Maj. 6, 618
The total vote of the Cuyahoga District
was 17.2S4, while the total vote of the 20th
District was only 13,0o2, consequently,
our majority is not only the largest nu
merically, but it is muh the largest in
proportion to the number of votes.
The 20th District challenges the 19th
to do its best in November, for do as well
as it may, the 20th will try to beat it
The 20th is good for 7,500 majority for
Irishmen and Dutchmen Look at This!
'We firmly believe that the interest of
"the South demands that capital should
"oicn labor, and we are in favor of a law
hem? nassed bv Con!?rc-s. declar'ui!reverv
LIrWiman or Dut,.hman who may arrive
. ..;n thu wuutTJ aftcra KtUli-ia time. a
,.UBtil h(J has betn Jn Uic United States
..fourtccn ycarSt at loast untii hc CTn
, ... auJ f of ou in.
"stitution. Atalanta (Georgia) Confedera
This 13 the kind of a welcome the Ata-
lanta (jonfedaraey. a Dovylas paper, w
ive to the foreigners who laud ui.cn
give to the torcianers wno lauu ujcn our
shores. Irishmen aud Dutchmen how do
you like it?
Douglas' Stump Speeches and the
! ? Le 0 mocrat a ltreckcnridge
journal, thus records the remarkable rc
and Jguks of Lc laWs of th(J ..Liul(. Giullt.,
Candidate Douglas has been industri
ously icrambulatin the North on his
Squat &ov. hobby, haranguting the i-eople.
Jlr. Douglas spole in 15 tutcus in Jloine,
and the K.-j U'.'licuns gained in tlitm 1,M0
Jlr. Douglas spole in Vermont,
and tiie Kt-publicang gained G,000
Jfr.Doiiglas tnude'i-peeches iiPeimsylroJiia
aud tlie Kci'Ublicuiu gsiiitd C lo lO.OlHJ
Jlr. Douglas spohc in Eric, Pa.,
and the Kt'puMieui.s gained 1,300
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Couneaul, Ohio.
and the Iic ullicauK gained IdO
Jlr. Douglas spole in Ashtabula.
and the Jti-J ur.iicans rained iu the Co. 012
Jlr. Dovglas made- a short speech in
and the Republicans gained in the Co. 331
Jlr. Douglas spuLe in Ctevelatid,
and the IUpuclieans giuued in Citv and
County, " 1,300
Jlr. D vglas ipoie in Tiffin,
and the Krpuhlieaus guiued in the Jo. GOO
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Belle fonlaine,
and the lU-publieuiis gained in the Co. 1S8
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Urbana,
and the Republicans gi.iutd i:i the Co.
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Columbus,
and the Republicans trait, ci in the Oit3",
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Indiana,
and the Republicans gained 20,000
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Ft Wayne, Ind,
and the uMuuns gained in the Co. 2b4
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Laporte, Ltd.,
and the Republicans gr.incd iu the Co. 5C0
Jlr. Douglas spoke in Richmond, Ind.,
and the Republicans "rained in the Co. b54
Jlr. Dourjlas spoke in Lafayette, Ltd.,
a.id the Republicans trained iu the Co. iUO
Mr Dougla3 ;nteDds to mtiU
in all the States, and the result
HE WILL NOT GET A SINGLE ELECTORAL
What the Republicans are fighting for
They are fighting for free homes for the
They are fighting for the laborer against
They are fighting for a Pacific Railroad.
They are fighting to bring back the gov
ernment to the purity of the fathers.
They are fighting for the cxtcntion of
They are fighting for the presrvation of
They are fi"htin for ll e principles of
Washington, Madison and Jetferson. !
They arc fighting to place '-Old Abe" in
the Presidential Cbair. j
Tbey are.fibting egainst disunion. !
They are fighting against a Slave Code
for the Territories. j
Thcy arc fighting against Squatter Sover-1
They are fighting against Polygamy,
.Tbey .re fiobliug burst a corrupt ad
Ti YTai3 ViaI VAjnitina T. .Il n vm .
-., .t e ir- t
- aU , 39 11,0 u" 0I. i.a
on w edncsday evenltl2 lilst but hc j,ju't
tppear; we occasion was too solemn.
The Quakers have Voted.
The Pennsylvania Quakers have voted
this time, certaia, sure. Not a Douglas
or BreckouriJic man has asked, "what has
become of the Quakers?" since the second
Tuesday of this month. The following is
At a Republican meeting in Georgetown
Mass, the following song, cutitled. "the
Quakers are Out" written by John G.
Whittier, was read:
Not vainly we watUd ml counted tlie hours,
The bud, of our liop liave bant out iuto flow-
2o room for
;iving no loop-hole of
We've hear J from the Keytoncl The Qua-
k,,,i K out-
The plot has expIoJe: we've foun.l out the
the fusion won't
YVhen n,e WiJe-Awakcs' lanterns ans shifiins
The n.jju.-s ty at home, anJ the true men
The gw.l State has broken the corJs fix- Iirr
IT .."l"1".: .
Ili-r oil si rmjrs and wator won t fu.e into oik-;
Tuu jjlltciu,aa iJM seasoned with freedom hit
And alow, lute, but certain, the Quakers are
Give tUe fl,, to tlie vin,5!et the hilh all
Make way for the man witU the patriarch'
Awav wkh 'niiivinsa-away with all douU
For IXCO, x got8 in , ltl, tl)(J Quakonl coull.
The following linc3 were omittc 1 by Poc,
in bis celebrated lyric of "The Bell:"
He:ir the Op;Mxition B lis,
How the turbulence of Talx-1 Iheir dionai ee
How tli' v rattle, rattle, r.iltle, excels!
Like a cow-Ik-II with a cold;
Likfl tlie lel Is they ham; on oat lie.
Or as a swor I and buckler battle,
In the civil frays of old.
Oli! the alitor and the clavgor
Of the U.r.n!
From Xew Orleans unto Bangor,
Uov it roar!
Hear ti.ur bnad and braz -n throats
jjefririiiff Alnilition votes
With a pledge to net the Hessian,
In the w irniriinst S c -ssion.
Whilst thev sh lv trv to ' ring in" Mr. Bell,
liell! ile'il! Mi!
Oh, the ri'siox and e infusion of Uiesc Bells!
Official Vote of Ohio.
We have not space this week for the
table of the official vote of this State, but
will give it in our next paper. The O. S.
Journal sums up the vote as follows:
The aggregate vote is very heavy,
amounting to 412.70 V, and exceeding that
of last year (o53,7liS) by 5fi,9:!( votes
a remarkable increase. The a?grc2at vote
on Supreme Ju "'go is heavier by seven
thousand than that on any other office,
clearly shewing where the intensity of the
stmciile lay. Brinkcrhoff's majority is
13.004. Murray's plurality is 25,278; his
absolute majority over the Democratic and
I niou vote3 combined, lb,G-'ib. Sargent s
pluralit-- is 21.S40; his clear m ijority over
all opposition. 15,05 k The average Be
publican plurality is 21, -174: average ma
jority over combined opposition, 15.432.
At the Presidential eleeti m. Ohio can
give 40,000 more votes for Lincolu than
any one of the other three candidates; and
an absolute Republican majority of 25.
000, the opposition remaining in its
present condition. But should there be a
fusion of all the auti Lincolu elements on
one electorial ticket this majority, we be
lieve would run up to 20.000. lfour l!e
publienn friends throught the State will
but work, these figures can be realized.
W'c ap-o:il to them to labor for 6uch a glo
rious result '
The History of Italian Revolutions.
From the Albany Evening Jo r tab
What has been the history of Italian
Revolutions heretofore? This:
'I he Tricolor is unfurled. Town and
country, palace aud hovel pour out their
sons to fight for lilicrty. Thrones topple
Sovereigns run away. Grind Duchesses
pack their trunks. Kius take passaic in
the steamer under the numeot John Smith
and 'ardinal AntonclU liedus to inquire
the price of lodgings in Vienna. The Re
volution is an accomplished fact Italy is
But presently out comes an acrimonious
letter from one Revolutionary leader, to
which another Revolutionary leader res
ponds by an acrimonious sjK-ech. Parlia
incuts wrangle. Pamphlets scold. Patriots
accuse each other of lieing bribed. The
Revolutionary party splits in two pieces,
each of which splits into lour. Then the
Austrian drum's arc heard ou the frontier.
Bac'i come the Fovcrcigus with hired bay
oncts andbirro.vcd cannon. Bombs fly.
Cities capitulate. Patriots are shot by a
file of solders or put under lxk and key.
A royal proclamation announces that "or
der rugus." Italy is tranquil." The
tricolor becomes a State Prison ofLnec, and
the Revolution is over!
Such has been the history of the Italian
Revolutionists in all their struggles hereto
fore It was sincerely hoped that experi
ence had brought wisdom, and that the
mistakes of former years would not lie re
peated in 1SG0. But there are ominous
signs. If the threatened dissensions l
tween the Revolutionary leaders ripen in
to open quarrel, Italy will be remanded
to the control of her former rulers. .
WARREN, OCT, 24, 60.
Editors rf Chronicle: Although near
ly a month has elapsed since the following
call was issued, a few mothers whose eyes
it met some weeks since, have thought noth
ing more suitable or earnest could bs said
by way of invitation to the mothers of War
ren to unite in a meeting of the mothers
mentioned. A few ladies met on the first
Wednesday in this month, pursuant to the
call, and haviog found it good to bo there,
earnestly entreat all the mothers of War
ren of whatever name and denomination to
meet with us again on the first Wednesday
iu November at tic basement of the Meth
odist Church. A Mother.
A Mothers Concert of Prayer.
The Members of New York and Brooklyn
Maternal Associations, To Christian
Mothers of every name throughout
Burdened with a sense of our responsi
bilities in reference to the spiritual wcl-
fare of our children painfully conscious;
' our want of faithfulucss, ami oppressed .
witn anxiety, lest amid the prevailing !
worldliuess and temptations with which '
tuey arc surrounded, our loved ones should I
Ie left without the precious hopes of the'
uospei wc long lor a closer boud ot sym-
patny wua tuose ot lite trials ani cares.
x-spceiaiiy ao wc joug to nave tueir ter-
vent pra3'eis miugle with ours at toe mer
cy seat, that tho gracious Redeemer would
claim our children as His own and give us
wisdom and grace to guide them in the way
they should go.
impelled by these feelings, and yicldin,
to earnest and repeated requests from many
, JCn mfttK : , '
mon Zion to meet together at such places !
as may be convenient to themselves, at
three o'clock on the first Wedies tny in
October next, and join with us in a Union
meeting or Concert of Prayer in lhalf of
1 .... .... :
ourselves ana our children. 1 he presence
and power of the Holy Spirit is our only
nope, ana while we believe God has prom-
iscd to bless the children of His servants'
are reminded that parental prayer and
faithfulucss is a principal mean through
which the fulfillment u t. 1 rpaliiL W e
cannot suppress a fear lest by our neglect 1
or indifference we ourselves should close up '
the avenue by which the blessings of the i
Gospel arc appointed to flow to the hearts
of those committed to os.
hcther through our unfaithfulness or
otherwise, the thought that any of our dear
children t-hoiild be left to jicrish is unut
terably pamtul. llenee we desire to share
your supplications. We believe God has
encouraged united prayer; and the history
of the pa.-t furnishes nriuy instances in
which th earucst entreaties of associated
mothers have been answered in mercy.
lt s unitedly surround the throne of
Grace, and see if He will not pour us out
a blessing. We can not but feel that your
hearts will respond to ours in this desire.
and we hall look forward with solemn and
sacred interest to the hour when, through
the intercession of our risen Redeemer, the
prayer of faith from believing n-othcrs, in
all parts of our land, shall ascend to the
Father of mercies.
Furthermore, having our-clvcs experi
enced the great benefit of associating to
gether for mutual couusel, encouragement,
and quickeuiug. we earnestly recommend
that mothers, as they are asfctublcd on the
day referred to. shall tike int.) considera
tion the forming of themselves into associa
tions where none exists, or seek a reviving
interest where a maternal association al
ready exists; and that by meeting ou the
first Wednesday of each sueeciding month,
we may have a recurreucc of this Concert
of Prayer, minded with conversation for
mutual aid and sympathy. We invite you
at least to join with us iu a meeting of
prayer, each month, iu the afternoon of the
day named We do not undervalue other
means of grace, but we should be blinded
to our most solemn duties and our highest
privileges, did we not n cognizc that dis
pensation of our Heavenly Father by which
the tender minds of our children are placed
iu our hands to be trained for the service
of the Redeemer, and by which their sal
vation is made to depend much upon the
manner iu which we discharge our high
Who of us has not yearned for mutual
counsel and Divine guidance that we might
be able to give to the cause of our Savior
and to the highest good of our children a
mother's influence wisely directed aud sanc-
tihed by tin Spirit of God.
We do not think any uniformity of or
ganization is essential. The form may be
modified as circumstances may suggest; yet
iu answer to requests for information from
different parts of our country, in respect
to our mode of procedure we cheerfully
j give the Constit jtion or Covenant which
j has been coiumouly adopted by us. It
may be used or not as seems desirable.
MRS. M. C. ROBINSON,
For The Committee.
Trumbull County Fair.
If Col. II ir U of the Cultivator, is not
ubiquitous, he comes as near it as any per
son we know. While his piper comes as
regularly as the first and the middle of
each month, aud each number bearing
the Col's own marks, yet we hear of him all
over the State," first is one extremj portion
and then in another, gathering items wkich
render the Cultivator so popular. At the
Fair iu thi County, he dropped in upon
us but before we had had hardly time to
sec through the hair, he was gone. The
next number of his paper had the follow
ing: Trx.MBCLt. Co. Faik. Aucr the close of
the fair at Mansfield, we found that an
all night ride would take us to Warren in
season to be in at the last day of the. Trum
bull Co. fair. The day was gloriously
bright, and the people were out iu consid
erable frrce. The departm-.-Bts bct filled
were those of cattle and horses. Fruit- anil
vegetables were few. but very : o xl, flower
had been totally cut off by frost a wctk
One thing ai thi fair we were glad t sen:
the Iioard hud graduated their premium
according to merit, instead of offering sen
sation prizes for a eliow. The fast boys
who itinerate from one fair to another, to
pick up larc purses with their bib-tailol
ni2-. w mid not go in for the niodest sum
of S ". so the Board allowed them to st-y
out and keep their horse-flnsh cooL If a
pile of money is all they corns for, this
part of the show may as w ill bs dispensed
with, for all it will do toward the improve
ment of the breed of horses. Horse au
cicr as we are, we desire only a fair show
Great WrtEA Crop. Here is an item
piwked up at the Trurabull Co. Fair which
is worthy of note: A. C. Fuller, a farmer
of that county, had ou cxhibtion a sample
of wheat which he" calls White Mediter
ranean, but we judge the whiteness comes
of good breeding on a calcareous soil. The
sample w:is from a crop of four acres, yield
ing 1 97 J bushels two acre3 of which
yielded even o0 bushels each. The soil
was the usual upland clay loam of that re
gian. an old pasture sod turned over the
preivous spring and sowed to flax, followed
with wheat, put in early in the fall.
While this can be done in old bald-faced
Brisol. the Union is safe, if we have plenty
of such farmers as this man Fuller.
Apple I'akeks. Of all the curious fcl-1
lows in this world to hunt up nice and
convenient little traps, is our friend Cy.
an GorUer of arren. At the 1 rumbull
Co. Fair he had a lot of apple parers,
among them the patent of J. J. Parker,
made ly S'aiuner & Paxtou of Marietta,
which wc have proved to be a good thing.
A Tlkvsext Family Party. The Count
of Syracuse lus arrived in Paris. The
Count of Avtila has been there ever since
x- i t r, (
hlS dkinilsul from JapNS, and the Prince ;
off'a.uaisa pcrmui.c.it resi-Ieut of the J
French Capital. Xot One of the three!
. .. . ' fa -v -.u i
brothers IS on Spe-lEin? terms With CltilCr
Of tho Others. From Violin!. Sept 19. WC
learn that the Queen of Naples is expect-
ed to arrive there via Triete. en route from
Gactx She is to proceed to join tier
parents at Conenhaen.
1 1 o
We heard a Democrat yesterday, says,
T - ' l l" e
tae Lafayette Courier, consolm:: himself ;
tho reflection that the I'nited States
Treasury was emritv. and it was all well '
enough perhaps that the Republicans should
take duriii'i one or two administrations, I
and replenish the' coffers with something
worth fight" ng for.
Keep it before the Peiple. That the
Democracy, iu the last four years, have
drained a full Treasury, aud accumulated
a National debt of $100,000,000, which
will have. to be paid by the people.
"Democracy's grave is Dong.". is one of
the most concise, as it is one of the truest
mottoes that we have .noticed during the.
present canjpaiiy). ;
premiwai were aoseut at tne uarretisTuie
Fair, on Friday, the houses of Amos Haw
we ,eJ an1 Asahcl Hawlcy were bnk:n open
hy robbers. From the premises of Amos
Hawlcy $200 in money was stolen. at-
From the Tortage Co. Democrat we
take the following items: '
Houss Breaking axb Robbert in
Freedom. While the occupants of the
ables were the subject tf plunder. The
premises are on the direct road between
rancsourg anu uarretisvuie.
On the same day two bouses were bro
ken open on the road between Garrettsville
and Mantua station.
Choked to Piatii. Jas. Kelley of
Campbellsport a blacksmith, choked to
death at his own supper table on Sunday
night last He died so suddenly and sin
gularly that a post mortem examination
was held on llonday by Drs. Willis, Beld
ln& Leonard. J. 1. & W. A. Alcorn. The
(result of the examination proved that be
was choked by a piece of meat some three
inches long and three fourths of an inch
thick. This great piece of meat was lodg
ed at the entrance o the windpipe, upon
the 1 oniHin Adumt, or "Adam a apple.
Tlie first annual fair of the Highland
Union Agricultural Society, held at Gar
rettsville, was ia all resjiects .a decided
success. 1 he Democrat cives- an extended
account which we have not room to copy.
Speaking of the stoek it say.:
N. B. Brisbam- of Windham exhibited
one pair work cattle 5 years old. weighing
4 1 00 pounds, one pair 4 year olds weiah
ii)2 :i40O; one pair 4 year olds. 3200; two
pair 2 year olds weighing 4800 1200
each. Mr. Brighars'e cattle were in good
condition. The 2ycar okls were of a white
and grey color, the others ltd.
Roger IL Miilcr f Garrettsville, enter
ed thirteen fat steers, weighing each near'
ly nineteen hundred pounds.
L. D. Brown of Nelson, one pair of work
oxen, weighing four thousand Jour hun
SCHOOL BOOKS FOR TRUMBULL
Teachers, School Officers- and Parents
arc requested to read the following recom
mendation of school books for use in the
schools of Trumbull County.-
WARREN, MAY 21, 1860.
Wc have long felt the necessity of a uni
formity of text books in our common schools.
This can be secured and preserved only by
the judicious and decided action of the
boards of education.
Teachers educated in different localities,
have preference for different books. In
he rural districts, these pre erenccs fre
quently lead to unnecessary changes which
involve parents in needless expense, and
prcveut a uniform system of instruction so
essential to the advancement of the pupils.
Wc would therefore call the attention of
biards of education to this subject, and
urge upon them the importance of estab
lishing a system of text-books. In town
ships where a uniformity already exists, it
may not be advisable to change, especially
where such a change would be attended
wi'h any considerable expense. In all
such cases we would recommend that the
change be gradual.
By the request of.manj teachers and
school ofSces, we have selected the follow
ing list of books which, in our ouiuion, is
fcst adapted for general use.
In making this selection w have aimed
at securing 1st The best book-?; 2d.
LIST OF BOOKS.
McGcffet's New Scries of Headers,
consisting of the first second, third, fourth,
fii'th. sixth aud High School readers.
" New Series of Reading Charts.
Rat's Newly Revised Series of Arithme
tics consisting of the Mental. Intellectual,
Practical and Higher Arithmetics.
Rat's Algebras Tart I and IL
Pinneo's Primary and Analytical Gram
mar. (Newly Revised.)
Cornell's Series of Geographies.
Mitch ill's or Cornell's outline Maps.
Webster's Series of Dictionaries.
Isaac Griffin. ") Examiners of
Wst. U. Clark. Teachers for
Whittleset Adamsj Trumbull Co.
WARREN, MAY, 1860.
"We the undersigned, would heartily ap
prove the recent action of the Board of
County Examiners, in recommending a Se
ries of Text Ilook for our Schools, and so
far as practicable we propose to conform to
this recommendation, believing the books
selected to be among the best
Jas. Marvin, Warren
Jas. Greer. Farmington
X. A. Barrett, Xcwton Falls
Chas. A. Harrington, Green
L. D. Ivee. Green
S. F.DvFortL Lordstown
II. J. CulJwell, Girard
Win. II. Clark, Warren
K. P. Haines. Kinsman
W. J. Terrell, Johnson
II. .M. Ford, Warren
Tcaeliers. School officers and dealers can
be supplied with these books, on liberal
terms, at the book store of
Warren Aug, 29. 1860, 4m.
or rVr?i,' ' "' '"'"
retne :y for dtaias arisiDjj froo a derai-ped and di-
ordered vt.ra ach a ! headache, palpitation ol
et;hfJ:.tii:.,,,", ,"r,l" ,erTO" atio"-
In remoYin;topp;e orohlractionof the men
' tram ahatoer rauae, they are in ai'.il.le. The
j,0, preionoronimontpee.lilyrelieed. and ther.
aorecorrence. if ued according to direction
Tnt . T1 uct J i,?,lieiI1 p-i
fuuiHom or t, . xri y-
s,T.IITIi,ulii..Fr i..iti.a r
" T,,IE, '"" TH " oth : l.
dih THirro . i tio aa.inrr cia Tn
tii Tiaci t aat uthkk tiiiii ma tut
uii directions e;umaair eacn nox and raciaie.
None erfuuine w th'Mit Lie siirnature of Kami
v, u.. proprietor. Kne at.. Honor, Pari, or -with
( ard to Ladies.
The EACHISH or PEECIE PILLS
'THE IMPORTERS OF THIS RE
t li.i le and aafr r-ntdy or Feata'.e Crvplaint.
wunld reftlrclfull- call the attention of the l.alie of
tlti CMOntrr to it. feeling aed that ia lhe liachish
Prtre. 91.uA per box: aatr boxes j ent.
SjI.I wholesale and retail !y oam Paw and E
BrSATTu dc Co. Warren; M T. jxi.l.
tl.t.ti Feb. -J.-Oi
W wonld rKj ie particular attention to the neer
tisetn?itol wiener . t'tivti h At DrrotiT, ad'lressed to
"lotli ri." The lariftTiLa Coantaiof Dr. Kaioa is
medicine of xn-at ele.rlty. and the Undine of il
matinf ACtnrers wi II l.e a ulB?ient rnaraate of the care
taksu in its preparation, abd it anvaryiuf parity.
The "BLoon Poon 'it for a elaa of divaae anforta
naiely ery prerlent in thi vicinity, and it hlth
re 'Qiatiou 'ioaid en-.nre a rea.ly le. Ifilliumtic
(C.aa ) Jtmrmil. TTpSew adf eruteatent. '
t'or sale ty Wooos At Pxar.
NEW STOCK CHOICE GOODSi
I UST received, a fir lot tit Vrftines.
ciotu. Caaiioiere, a, jut th thing forth
niy ra,ife. ) Mriit itnd.
Canal AdvertlaemenU must be pn(4 for
whea baBtlrtf ia.
(sTSee Advertisement of Dr. Sanford's
Liver lovigo utor, in another column.
1 GENT3 WANTED.
V To Mil th Cnfeilon f m 8tT PmanrUr,
who w enged la traotporting half a kiluco of
Slaves froat th Africaa Coatt to America, ffroai 10?
to Ir57. faring a period f fifty year. Applr at Ad
aa Bookstore, where aaodrtda af other $ood boo
'or ageau and pedlars can bo had, at iho very lowosf
'THE SLAVE SMUGGLER.
-L THI 8I.AVB SMl-OeLgR.
THtt SLV 8M19GLIR,
A TUR1LL1.NO BOOK,
A THUS MOK.
A flOOD bOOt, frier Herat. X
lOet.;. Ii-au.) ADAMS' BOOKSTOS.
7 ANTED TO RENT.
v A vdrm! sized comfortthledwelliag hcp,
touted Wan-en ur (icinity. Kent a.t t exreeii
t 5 per annum Adtref 1. U. Box 7U, Nile, uaio-
lOct.M. l.-SO.Sw 1
7 From the mliaerir.mt th eentr of Lord stow n,
on Iut Fridv O'cht. ft dark aorrel horstf, two while
hind retr at:4 one hit fort )ef,a white etrip la hit
fare, al-eat ixten hod high, dare aiane at d tail,
rpn areod. H boever will" refara th hurt to
the ealitcrifcer. or r ve infortia where he can be
found will be lbeian rewarded
WM. P. PLATT.
Lordetowa. 0t. ?4. tfSO, 3w
V " In pursuance of aa orler of the Prohate Coart
of Trantih chanty Ohio, ata-ce oo the 2nd day of
Ort A D- IH ir the eaee of Mxij ftralce. tiaardiaa
of Warren A. irake.et ai t. her ward tha, aoder
i bed will, on the 5th daj of Not A. D. li-6 at 10
o'clock, at court hooc door ofler at pa bite ale. the
fallowing decrild ral estate, eitoate in the towa
h'p of tlowlan-l. eoantr of TramhalJ. nd Plate of,
'bio. to wt: The andivide! one third uart o the
h etead farm of Aaron Drake, lite of How land.
dec, subject to the dnwer estate of saiJ Mary Drake,
MARY I'KAKK. Oaardiaa of
WAftRSS A. D&Avi&Ii, et At.
Warrea. Oct. 54, 10U. Jw.
AL EX A MI N A TIO N i F
O BCflOUL TIACHKKS There wi be special ex
tminaiiotf School Tfachere on Friday. Oct. i'Hs
Nor. 9Jk aodeii and Dee. Tib . at the Cowrs
flouae. Verooswbedsaiffetoaoihi for certificate
to teach winter seaooU can aitend some one of the a
foresaid examinations. Prsrate eaafwination can
not he had. and no more pwMie xamiaauona will be
bld antti next spring, lhe cxamiuatioua commence
earn day at Id o'clock A.M.
ct. 17. lt-60. WfUTTLESIY ADAMS.
i:. iiiTciiioLK, n. D.
JHYSICIAN and SURGEON". Mec-
L ca.Tromhall Co.,
Mr. Powers S:or.
(net 17,lfGU.tia. "1
office at Jtaat coraer. ever
' OAD NOTICE.
K'rtice isherehy rirea that a petition will be
pretexted to the rommisioner of Trumbatl emntr
at :her next rnrolar Sessioa -e vacaie ttuti portion of
the road oa the iwo!hip line between Mecca and
Johnston, beeinuiox m the centre road ae tr widow
Hratl ey a and raiiaiif oatt oa the town slip line
ant'l it tnterrts :Uo diaunal real ieaUnj from
Johnstua to Warrea.
Mecca, O.. Oct. 17, lGO,4t
CO AIi! COAL" COAL"
LL P rsirn who ar in want of the
aiove desiFe-araPele will pee rr Jn wind
-bat wearsf oeincir the awt csMVy if .Aa-e RUf
C'ee tt! er tnm at oar ut ur oa Mineral H.dxe.
aiitcs son h of Nile. Uarius rtevntly erected a
simte eprf!sly for loading watb (wa:lk4tpea es
eitn i he tabor or snoreitrt: ) we taereiore Oder laaaee
menisK hoyero which fur qwality of eoa.1 anew and
cinvenieee can iot be rarpie4. Oor coal owiy
ueeaa teat to te appreciated Pimse fire at a call.
MORKI9 A. PEICaS.
Mineral Kidge. OBio, Oct. 7. 60. 4w.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
The firm oa ik T-'rnptk. 3,' mites from War
ren known as the Dun farm, is offered for sIe.
iaid Uim consists oi 14t acres of goo-1 farminr or
dairying; tan 4, weil watered wi'.h a neeer tailing run
and ftprn.irs. Aboat M acres are mndr improre-
cebt. aud ihe balance well ttaered- Aoply u the
ntcnter. at theccutrt oCbiaMi"a, l ?i miles noru
r the premises VAlaM PtsUX. Adu'r.
1.1 ct i;, W.3w.
The citizens o! Nrwton Fall and eternity are
hereby a ,tidt?d that A . Cbeatrr baa bWNled an J open
ed a room at Ksqr. Kelloirx. at Nrwton Falls fur the
sa le of th- above article. AN wistm-s for anythihg
of that deacr pi ion are inrited to rati aua examioe
ui stock bore porchasiuf eiseemere.
iOct 17, ...
7AN TED A PEDLEii.
V A Li.e Tnkce together with Tu nl Wf
n. goo! t5ereac rcqu r4- A tire O. Box 'i.
fun! Oftio. ItX-t. 1 J. tr J
UKY GOODS! DHY 0001)5!!
SlCfESSOHS TO "
PECK, IJt'IIWUI! A; CO
Are now receiring their Stock f
Fall and Winter Goods!
1"0 whirh lhey innite the afeniion o
i.uvtr Dnlin in Dry 0ul. a' exela
. IT ly. r cDDl t to offer iB'laceaiuia awl ahuw
m.rr T.r-rtie. Ihn aaw olhrr a.oio ia Ine county
' ur aturk of breia Goo 1. Cloths. Caaaimrrea. o .
ei Urptr th.B ver befor. vKieh iU aH
he.n a tac cHr.u- All teut i for jnm to nil
1 .ctlor iwhIki. at No 9. Market D-rrt War
OLOAKING CLOTH! All ir.dir
KJ ma.i uoalitiea can a luan-l at tho Warrrn Dry
O-wli Store. PSCK at SHOT lit 11.
ClLKS! SILKS! Plain B;rk. Kig'o
KJ Black. Bl.rk Urocele. Colon! Broca-Ieo. Hy
Attn flaid. Strips. ;.. a great Tarietj of strlea,
(rum Oft Ktu to to dollar ktt 7 tr4
rlCK tt BBOTUIB-
A f EttlKOES ThAnamlaomfSCsthk
ill of Printed Xerinoes eTr ftrMjni to warre
al vi, Piaia in all c l-r arrto Drj flood Store.
- . -
I RAVELLING D.iES GOODS
1 A auieadid aOCk 0 Sa relit Clot It. ! Fop
lim. Valencia, Cvlumbtaa. flnrrutines. c . ccc
DELAi.NEa ! DELAINES ! ! De
laine for one sbillioc for fourteen cent n
ieen cents eishteen cenl twenty cent an t Iwen'
l) cent the kiggCTt pila ever seen in thi place, can
be. fouud ax tarn n axren airy tooos ator.
CASHMERKS, PLAIN r.nd PR1XT
KD f.OBl'ROS. PARI BKPS. Printed and Plata
Vool UetAinsa. fifMred and Plin Al)acca. Mvara
ii.g lteLaine.ete..:c. PKCK BUOTIIKR.
LOTHd ! CLOTHo ! ! -Fmr rt.uci
Black Clota also. Brown. Bine and ureen.
w arren lr j bowas sure.
O ASS 1 MERE-?. BLACK DOESKINS
V J &4ineU. Tweed, Jean. V-Minf s, e , for mea
ndbo,.wetr. PKCK At UKOIHIitt.
700L HOODS ! Z:piijr, Opera
and Skatirg Uood. alo. Zphyr Wonted.
Ladies' ekattiic Uattcra. Naiiia ate ecc.
arren Dry G-wmU tor-.
) SlIALt S. i oele and doable, from oca dollar
to ten.alM. r' KS, an entirely o.w tock
PECK At BKOTHBB.
T NhtTline f DOM EST fc GOODS
t we are stocked np cnaiplete. embracing eases of
Print at til prices Bleached and Brown 3ialia.
nr.it)f Tirkinn. Flannel, etc. call at tke arrea
Dr- U-ds frf if yon M to ret roodr ea.ap if
yon wh to get in hizbeat aarket orice lor year pro
lace il yon wish to o asm. atinl with year bar
c sins, and do buth n and yoaraelees food.
No. . Van florder' Block. .Maraet Street, Wrre.
UMo. PKOK At B Hum KH.
lOet H. "SO
I I.WILLIAM DONIS0X. Ooeeraor of th
Slnte of Ohio, do hereby nottfw deq-ialifid lector
of the State of Ohio to asaemble ia th'ir resioiiee
T wnbipan1 Ward at the asaal pltees of holding
El-ction on J e.lay. beinx the sixth ny of Noreav
ber,A 0 lbon.l then and there to proceed, as the la
directs, to lect ' wenly-thrre Kleotors of Preaident and
Vice President .if the ITnitcl St-ties. la p-ireaauee of
the Conatitauon and Law of the Unitod State, and
ol thr ltate.
In Tenimony Whereof, I have hereunto net my
hand, and cjnsed the 4 eat 4-mI of the State of Ohio
to be aflixed. at Coloiaoaa. this veTenteenih day of
September, in the Year of oor Lord one Th.aad
Kiht lioudred and Sixty, and of the Independence
of ibe toiled States Uie Ki-hty Kilih. Be the aloe
crnor. WILLIAM l)IN.MiK)N.
A. P. BrSSKLL, Secretary of Ohio.
I Oct. 3. InMI.Sw. .
I L A. B. Lyatitt. Sheril of Trnaboll eeaaly.
Ohio, do hereby notify the qualin 4 Klectora of said
connty. to aaeevile ia their respretie towarhip. at
the aanal place of holding Blectioa. on Tuesday,
being the ftth day of November A. D. I-CU and then
an I there, to proceed a the law .lirevt. to elect Twenty-three
k lector of President and Vice President of
the United Plates, in poranaace of the Constitution
and Laws of th Unilel State, and of the ta e of tHiio.
Ueen antler my hand, at the court hcase in Warren
ibis Mh day October tin. A. B. LY HAN, SheriA.
Bheriff Ifiice. Warrta. Oct. I'. vi.Jw.
SHERIFF S SALE.
Ilen,j llamiltoa i Ia Court of Coamsoa
t Flea of Trawl II eoonty.
Benjamin Penn. Jr. ) By virtu of an Rxeca
ti.a Uaued from the Court of C'ommoa Plea of Trjav
bull coanty. to me directel I have leviel upon and
hall offer for sale at Public auction at th door of
the court house in Warren ia sai l eoantv. on
Saturday the 11 th day of November, 1860,
at one o'clock. P. X . of wil day the following de
scribed real estate, situate ia Hartford la said conn
ty and bounded a. follows; Beginu ag at th south
west corner of a lot o" land purchased by Benjamin
Pena oi laariu Woodford, then tenth along th oast
li n boa ndary Ho of th north and south een n road
even roda.tha east parallel with the bo of the tot
thirteen yods UJ on lhirdfrd.lben north ev
en rods, thea west thirteen rods and ne third of a
rod. fo the place of neeinning. eontaitvne aintty
three and on. half red f land, moro or le Ap
praised at $XOM. A. B. LY M AS, SAf IS.
SjtisrilTt OQew, Warren, Oe. 17, lgflO, Jw.
IS TUB -
AT A3T05ISHIXO -
THE ITEXT 3T0KK IN TA GOR
DKB'S Block which has see elegantly Sued aw
exprely forhimUn.w Anisked la a mafotnee'iC
Mel aad tiled with a variety of goad wluca (hi
market ha heretofore been a at ranger a.
The proprietor having had many years rape. lae
ia thi line ha seiectee hi Sbsck with great care and)
ready mean la the beet Kalteru Market, enable htax
to purchase hi good from) li to tt per (cat lower
aba oompatitor who are obliged to wcoiva taoir
goods throaxh on chaauel only.
ay greatest desire i to make move by seHiay. a
aall pent ia aad selling a pre dees.
My Stock ompHe from lb- Rrweitt Ubs tirv la-
est grade of all kind of wial ta Sky an.
Over Coat, tmm $3 to 25. ,
Heaiw BoaineM CuaU ur Km
er wear, frel J2.J0 to 19.90.
Mrk Fnk Coat, from 4.50 lo 25,00.
Pauls lor Winter Bee, froai 1 00 to 8.0U-,
VeaU, Irum ,75tol0.0ff.
W an eaabled to sell yaa for instance a whole mi.
Hat or Capv
at th astonishing low pric of
In sheet we eaa aM i riyboy. rH f rmf ex saw
lae oor slock before being iada7 by ml tiers t oeyv
aad we will satisfy you Una aw easy see your moaey-
COPT UAWS A BJSTAXE Ilf
Tt U the riKSTClothin;StDrftam Smith A XeCemau
Center a Market dt.
Sept. M. IPCO.
ffi mm EfflMit
'rHIs BRANCH OF MY TRADE I
I with to n4nri to iu ati-MK eapahattty u4 Ma
therer carci tii srtTtec l
HE. GEO. W. BEOWlTa
To 8operintead Tais Df-partmeat.
Ur. Brswa is well knew ia thi eommaaity. and)
eh.-e long year of experience bare pat htm at th
hd of hi profeaaiea.
la cona.xioa with superior workmen, I am ena
bled to make up Wurmen's rowal la tho f any CMy
trade. I have Wkea great pais to se set from th
rat Bastera Market th very best that eadld be pro
cored. My Mock consists of
f Treneh. Kogllah. Amerieaa aad Oermaa Pakrica
ia all color aad o,salitica.
FRCCII, E.GL1S1I AXD AMEBICAX
Cassia) errs and Doe Skin. Beaver. Pilot Cloth. Mo
h.irsand Mnleakin for Over Coat. Hilk Plashes.
Velvets. Sanaa. Matlaseays. Silks. Cashmere aad
other Veatiags, ia aaaaexwa wnh the beet stuck oC
Will be don promptly, and every gaxseat mad ia
warranted ia fit aad walking.
J. GOLDSTEIN .
HATS AND CAPS
Th latent styles of , .
Silk. For and ' "' i
Black and Colored
French Felt and Wool Hata.
lien's. Boy's and
W. ha.ee aali vertical arvanaeawat with
latsri Friend to be always eapplhsd with tho lateat
t;le as sooa a U are aut. and aaa aeit all grade .
4 rahioaah) Qat for vary Uttl money. Call and, .