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E1PC00D k lilis; Proprietor..
TfcEMR One Dollar aad Flftf Cents, !
advance T Dollar, if payawat Is not
wad lit advaacc.
Ko frapwr discontinued snail mil uranfn aft paid
accept at tha aptioa af the publishers.
. - RATES 01 ADTCSTISINO
0etir,twelve lines or less. Bravtmcrti.a.i SB
da .ach additional insertion. ......... 85
da one year....- 4 9
Two So-ares, three OostH..;. . 4 0
da . aix Bntb. ............... 7 SO
dk aoe year ................... 19 8U
Oae-foartk af a ea luma, thro, months 0
da da six do
da da enevenr. ............. S SO
Iasradvrf!sesnents inserted at a rwasonabl. rate.
Address Carda inserted for tbe year, at f 1 ,00 per line.
HyAdvertiaesaenleenoold a narked the number or
Urns, to ba iaaerted, otherwise they a-ill ba eantlnaed
until ordered set, and charswd for at the above rales.
JjjCuaual ad jrtiaemeau to bo paid tar when hand
Bavins a superior assortment of Job Printing mate
rial, ao are prepared to execute in the heat manner, a!
kinds of plaia ace fancy Book and Job Prinill;,
. socu aa
Address Cars., Certificates. Label a.
Business Cards, Check Books, ' Manifests,
rank Cheeks, Colored Priatins.Kotes,
Bills of Lsain(, Jrafu. Programmes,
aau leaeu, verm Books, Receipts,
tanks.all kinds. Handbills, - Blow Bills, eta.
In fast CTCry thing ton. la the shape of Printing, at
pflees that eanaot fail to salt. and with the rreatettdis
patch. We keep constantly oa hand a rood assortment
wivarasaaaan.siaiionerj from which those ia want
rkawg caa aeiocc
Jtntloesaad Comtable' Blaaks,
sTAUANTKI. MORTGAGE QUIT CLAItf D2KDE
acaaone, aaacvnoKB. srsratxas, sic
Constantly oa band and for sale.
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Post Omn Yiuis, Ohio. I
ToansToara daily .arrives ?:S0pm. leaves 11:1S a m
OtavaLaaa, do da ll:lSasa do 2:5. p a
Salbm, do do pss a at
Oil Dtaoiaaa. da do 10as. do pm-
Isnai arrives Tne. Than. Sat. UMta. Leaves
ssm. days at I p at.
IP. Aaaaaviuaarrikes Hoa. Wed.rrl. S p m. Leaves
Toes. Than. Sat. at K sa.
Oaaeaaacaaa. arrives Mob. Wed. Fri at 10 a m.
Leaves same dare at I p ss.
H. Bloobfilb. arrises aloa. Wed Fri. by 7 pss
Leaves Tues Thura tat. ate a at
sTaaaiKavoa. arriies Wed. Fri. by Spa. Leaves
Taea. Thnrs at 7 a m.
Caavow, via Dark Creek. Hannah's Mills. Ac. ar
rives Friday at $ a m Leave Taea. at 6 a m
T7"Kuils which leave at or before 8 a m., are closed
thepreceriiareieninr at p m. All others are
closed half an hoar previous to their departure.
C. M PATCH. P. M.
jQa drop letters delivered anless pre paid.
W regret to announce that this disease Las
agaia made its appearance in tins town and -tinitj-,
an d that several fatal ease Lave occur
within the past two weeks.
A Good Appointment
We learn that Julias Hadlev, late Sergeant
in Cajtt. Boraett's Company of Cavalry, has
been promoted, and is now Adjutant of the
Eegim.nt. Mr. Hadley is in every way quali
fied for hit new position, and will make a capi
Protracted Meeting in Howland.
protracted meeting will be held at the
Kow Choreh, at Howland Corners, commeas
lag oa the evening of next Saturday, the 16th
iatt , and to be continued from day to day un
til further notice.
Tha meeting will be conducted bj Elders
Wakefield, Lamphesr and others.
Last week a box of Surgeon's supplies, con
sisting of 900 yards of Roll-bandaging, folded
bandages, Compresses, Plaster rage, Night caps
ate , 4c, was prepared by a few of the ladies
of Quia by Hill and sent to the Soldier's Aid
Society, at Cleveland, to be forwarded to some
Hospital ia Kentucky. Thiity six pooket
haodkerchiefs were also sent by the scholars
pt the West ScliooL Fairiutie little souls
Court of Common Pleas.
This Court is still in session. In the case of
Banuah vs. Briggs, referred to last wtek, the
jary were unable to sgree and the ease of
course bad to b continued. There have been
ao causes of general interest tried, except one
of Elizabeth Bard vs William Shadlc, for breach
f promise, verdict for plff $400. Judge Wil
der returned homeSiturday morning, and
Jndge Hoffman ia now presiding. Ths term
will doubtless extend into next week.
' We learn that Mrs. Peter Gaskill and Hiss
Dicker. of this town, have gone to Wheeling.
T , where they will act as nones to ths sick
aad wounded soldiers in the hospiiaL "We
know of no ladies better qualified fur such a
task, than those two. Both are noted fur their
kindness and efficiency in aiding the sick and
suffering at heme, both have the requisite
knowledge, experience, and physical rtrength.
Two engravings belonging to this office,
"Ths Village Blacksmith," and -Rosa Bon
henr's Horse Fair," both in plaia gilt frames.
The pietares were used to embellish Floral Hall
at the time of the last Agricultural Fair, and
irere probably taken from the ball, after the 1
lose of tbe Fair, by some ierson who did not '
know to whom they belonged, and who feared
they might be injured by remaining there too i
W ars glad to learn (from Capt. Hall.) tliat
our friead and fellow citizen, Cliarl.a R. Car
aaoa. has been promoted to Srrg't. Mnjarof the j
Sith Ohio Regiment, and more sspeeially as
thsltonsr was eamei by Tsluable scrvicxs ren ;
" 'Mr. Harmon joined Capt. Hall's Company ia
this place as a private, and served for a lime in
that capacity. His ability and peculiar fitness
for the service of scouting, soon became known
to his superiors, and a good deal of his time in '
Yirgtai'a, baa been devoted to that branch o
ths service. He lias frequently been in charge
f important expeditions, and bis faithfulness;
aad promptness have been rewarded. All lion- .
p to men who start their wsy up from tbe '
Soldiers Aid Society.
i w . -r . ,
The Ladies of Warren and vicinity havs
formed themselves into an Association for the
"'I8 of aiding our sick and wounded sol
diers. The articles most needed are Blankets. ;
Dooifartables, Sheets Pillows, Shirts, Flannel j
, , . , ' , ' .
rndersLirts. Drawers. Woolen Socks, Mittens, '
Towels, and Old Linen. i
r,isi.Dried Atrples. Peaebes. Plan,., i
Currants, Benia. Jellies and Tomatoes pot np
io cans and carefully sealed, dried herbs
Tbsy would be glad to receive donations
from any who mar feel an interest, also to meet
ay and mU whoeould spead a few hours, at
ths effiee of H. C. Bel den, on the River hank,
on Friday afternoon of each week, where the
la4ias ars tar with willine hands and eheer-'
fal hearts ia their jrood work. j
The Wlowiog officers have been ehosen: !
rrewident, Mrs. Heman R. Harmon; Vice Pros- '
s ir- vr , , , e A
ideat. Airs. Charles Howard; SecretarT and
Tourer. Mrs. John M. StuU. 0.-10-;
Mrs. Alexander MeConnell, Mrs. John Hatch-,
r r v v T u J u- ri o i
ins, lira. Jrank LtRoy and Miss Clara Calen-
der. . !- Br order of President. !
FLO RILL A STULL, Bee. - J
Pew adrertisessmttPref Wswds.ia aaather
Complimentary Supper to Judge Wilder
The Bar of Trumbull County, at a meeting
held by tha members oa the 6th inst., resolved
to tender a sapper U the Eon. Horace Wilder,
on the occasion of the close of bis Judicial
connexion with them. Hon. AT. Birchard, T
J. McLain and Geo. M. Tattle, were appointed
a Committee of invitation ; and Geo. F. Brown,
L. C. Jones, and John 51. Stull, a Committee
of Arrangements. The following correspon
WARREN, OHIO, Nov. 7th, 1861.
Dear Sir: Tour Judicial term being about
to expire, terminating your present official con
nexion with the Bar of this county, they have
held a meeting and appointed us a Committee
to address you, and invite you to meet as and
them at a snpper, to ba given on the rith of
November instant, at a place hereafter to be in.
Ia fulfilling this office which we cordially
eceepted, we desire to say on behalf of our
selves and our brethren, that the occasion is
not proposed as any mere formal indication of
respect, but is sought as some expression of the
very hieh antisfaclion which has attended all
ouroffioial as well as personal intercourse, dur
ing the period about to close. We hope that
on this occasion we may, without indelicacy,
as we do sincerely congratulate ouoelves and
you, on the success with which von bare emu
lated the character of a distinguished ornament
of the Bench, and of the Bar, ia wluce highest
praise a was aawi : 1 Hose uom be could not
gratifr, he satisfied,
With assure noes of ourhigh consideration;
e remain very respectfully yours,
T. J. McLAIX.
Boa. Hoeaci Wilms. GEO M. TUTTLE.
The Committee received the following reply
WARREN, OHIO, Nov. 7th, 1861. WARREN, November 7th, 1861.
hour, when all dispersed, unanimous ia ths ex-
proaion thst they had had emphatically a
good time, arid that however much lawyers
might quarrel in a Court room they never saw
set of men sgrve better at a Supper, pn.vi JcJ
always, thst "Billy" Williams prepared it.
Gentlemen: 1 have the pleasure to ackoowl
edge the receipt of your letter of this date, in
vitingmeoo behalf of the Trnmbuli County
iar, to meet you ana your brethren, at a sun-
per on the 8th inet
Conscious of no other claim to commendation
than an earnest offort faithfully to diwharpe
the duties of my position, at the same time re
garding the aprsdalioo of the Bar as the
highest reward, aside from the approval of his
own conscience, which a Judge can receive lor
Lis labors, 1 am gratified with the opinion
which you bars been pleased to give in your
letter; that our intercourse, both personal and
official, has been in a high degree satisfactory
to yourselves and your brethren. For myself I
can truly state, that at the hands of the Trum
bull County Bar, I hare ever received the ut
most kindness and indulgence, for which my
grateful thanks are returned
As my official intercourse with you is now at
an end, and as it is doubtful whether I ever
again meet you as a body, I accept with pleas
ure your invitation.
With the highest regard I remain,
Ho.v. M. Bibthaed, HORACE WILDER.
7t"t ' I CommUtt,.
bEO. 21. 1 TTTLE, )
On the evening of the 8ih inaL, the members
the Bar including the ladies composing their
families, and the Hon. Milton Sutliff, Judge
Hoffman, Col. Lloyd and Thos. D. Webb, Esq ..
ss invited cues', assembled at the Franklin
House to the number of fifty or more, and after
paying due attention to the splendid supper
which the host and hostess know so well bow to
provide, proceeded to enjoy themselves with
toasts, sentiments snd speeches.
The occasion was one of unalloyed harmony
and good feeling, indeed it was conceded by
all, that the whole affair was a decided success-
The tide of feeling ranged "from grave to gayt
from lively to severe," as allusions were made
to the names of the eminent men who hare
graced the Bar of this County, its members
whose patriotism has led them to the tented
field, and telling hits by those who were pres
Of course it would be as impossible to gather
up and preserve the mai.y happy and good
things said and done on the occasion, as to at
tempt to preserve the foaming crest of the waves,
sud as most of the toast and sentiments offered
were entirely impromptu, we cannot leprodues
them here. We have only been able to obtain
few. W. O Forrist, Esq. offered the follow
ing: Ths if meatus or the Legal FcorESdio-:
their learning and integrity. rliab:e sup
porters of the institutions ol their Country in
times of peace, and when warcoiues. heroic and
valiant soldiers, as coul and undaunted at ths
cannon's mouth as in the forum.
This was responded to by Judge Sutliff, with
patriotic allusions 10 thueeof the fmternity who
arc in ths tented field LalUiog fur the right,
against the rebel foes, to the "execution of the
L.C. Jonis, Esq.. being called upon flora
toast, gave the following:
The health of the upright Judge, the courte
ous gentleman, the hoiierl man. Judge Horace
Wilder. May his future years be as useful and
pleasant to himself, as his past services have
rendered his previous ones, to those who delight
honor bim to-night.
This called out the guet of the evening, who
with much evident feeling responded to the
3 1 -,1 , , , . , .
Auiaiit.y ana boou win exmuiica towards 111 in
by tbe Bar of this County, in a speech replete
with allusions to his pleasant intercourse both
personal and official with them. Among them
he had found some of his earliest and warmest
friends, and now in taking leave of them, he
bore with him only the most pleasant recollec
of an acquaintance which has been un
ruffled by a siugle unpleasant incident.
B. F. Curtiss, Esq., gave the following :
The Army and Volunteer Soldiery of the
Uuited States, the protection of our Constitu
tional liberties, ourrishts and our homes. May
they be successful in all their encounters with
the enemies of our t elored Union.
This was responded to in one of the best
speeches of the evening, by Col. Lloyd, aa in
vited guest, now stationed here ss Lieut. Col.
the 6U1 Cavalry .Regiment, of Ohio. If ths
Colonel wields his sword as efficiently on ths
battle field, as he dues his w. rds in the festive
hall, the legal fraternity (of which he is a mem-
ber.) will havs tcsaou to be proud of Lis s
Oue of ths most pleasant incidents of tbe
evening was the presence of Thomas D. Webb,
Esq , now in the seventy eighth yearof his life,
sud fifty -foortli of bis profcseiunal career Hs
bow. probably the oldest lawyer living; in
Northern Ohio, and although crippled by the
loss of limb, wss able to be out, and enjoyed
himself apparently as well ao the youngest
present. It would beintiJious to particularize
where all were so happy in their efforts to eon-
tribute to the pJeastKe of the evening.
1 be Icstiviues were prolonged until a late
Fruits Trees at Reduced Prices,
r. , . , . - . , ,, , , ,
Can be obtained at the old Xursery of Geo.
t,.j . . , , , 3 . ,
H"7d Son- f T 0n h"d'
7 . ' ""w " " Bu
trees sod grope vines.
T. all suffering from Ccnsamrtlea. Incipient or
confirmed or from debility ol ay kind; or from men
tal or nervous aroatrauon, brought on hy any caaae;
oefrom scrofulous eomolainia: or from di,... nl
" hkh engender coasumutioa th.
oBmi ujartmim a.d ,",. Diircrin
? '" a,tentmel'ioe.of th.
it is a cl.em.ea, combination of iRojf SDL-
the benefits it has conferred on them,
CHCR011 dc PUPONT, I9 Broadway. New York
m;t proprietors of th. arUcioTand ha" i.
eensree. of a fraud attempted apon tha public,
ehanaed the .olor of the outside wraopor from rd to
yellow, and Increased the sis. of th. houl. to S
ounces. Urn very cautious in bayinf to see that the
simile of their slgaator. is.i Usaatsle jf ths
wraais sil otbrn ar. wr.terf.la.
New York Store.
'Ph Subscribers are this Spring pre-
a pared to exhibit a large aod choice stock of
cood. embracing anaraal attraction. 01 lira aao
quality. Besi,le. havina been boarht at past. price;
we have aonclnded it i. better to .ell Jim withuat
aioch profit lhan to keep then. W. theiefore say to
all. the rod. will aif. and the prices surprise yon.
we want the money to help sustain thiaeeod covern
Bent and pat down treason, ail kin.H of proJac. la
ken a. asaaland cheese in eoauttty vtea eared.
PARKS at WKMZ.
Warren. May 14. IS61
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS,
CHa'Na PAIL IK CnCTRSS,
CHALLV8. fcc. ..,
NKW T0BK 8T0M.
rjPRING CLOAKS AND DUSTERS
J LACE MANTILLAS.
EPLKNDID LiCS ABACS,
STELLA AND MuZAHBIlil'S SHAWLS,
CKAPK AND BLACK f ILK SHAWLS.
BKOCHK AND CASHMERE AWLS.
CLOAiL AN'il DUSIE&OOOD3 dt TRIMMINGS
Ke Toik Sura.
1MCH DRESS SILKS,
A SMALL PIorRED Do.
SCaiMER SILKS AND fOCLARDS,
BLACK oiLKfl lover than ever
KKW YORK ET0KI.
BONNETS AND SHAKERS,
HISSES HATS new sty Irs
RILING HATS, INFANTS' DATS cVCAPS,
RIJII DON NET RIBBONS,
I LOWERS. HUCHaS, die.
MEW TORE STORE.
"RENCH AND ENGLISH
T WILLED CLOTHS.
or men aod boya' wear. Ia woolen foods are ehal'
enfe comp.tiu.a. MEW luU STORE.
TEADY MADE CLOTHING A
XL larpe stock, larladlnf all qaalities of Lines
Coats aad Sacks lor sals cheap at the
NEW YORK STORE.
Yard BWened t Brown
Shirtings V cents worth HI
RaW YORK STORE
Yards Fast Color Prinls
V cants arf-rth 15(
MEW IORK STORE.
CARPETING All irrRdes, from
hilliDf trip, to Rovml Wllcn. We keep th
largest ttock In tbe cbantj, and e!l the ehearcat
i- la (rcat variety.
REW TORK STORE.
EMBROIDERIES. LACES, TRIM
Also Preaah Artificials and Bridsl Wreaths of sarpas
aing beaaty. Ht IORK STORE.
RRADLRT' -TIP TOP" SS nOOPS.
Alw Skirt Supporters. hlW IORK eluRR.
EMBROIDERED Lace end Muslin
CCRTAIMS. Rick Gilt Shades for t.
HEW TORK STORE.
BLACK SILKS "Bipehoff" i "Bon
aal" the best la as.. HEW TORK STORE
COTTON HOSE and Linen H'dk'fs.
X ceata. HEW TORK ST0RX.
FRENCH CHINTZ PRINTS Alse
aterriaaa. and Choch.ee, NEW TORK STORE.
FASHIONABLE HATS Broadway
Style also S.ft mats aad Par Can. for men aad
hoys NEW IORK STORE.
BOOTS if SHOES are cheaper, aid
for th. cheapest g. to th.
DEW TORK STORE.
IL CLOTHS for Floors, Stairs k
Tables all ths widths.
EW TORK STORK.
OAPER HANGINGS, LOOKING
A CLASSES, SHADES- REIT TORK STORE
BROWN SHEETINGS S 14 ets.
HEW IORK STORK.
aO ROCKERY tt GLASSWARE
J Wholesale aad Relail S rer cent, cheapm
thaa cUewhcr. MEW IORK 8I6RK.
OLD BANDED CHINA TEA SETS
XEW T6RK STORK
UMBRELLAS snd Trayeling Bags
RW TORK STORK.
SUGARS dc SYRUPS, Wholesale and
Retail -ra litUa bol.w camcetition X X X Table
Sarap. MEW YORK STORK
GOOD SUGAR MILLS, for grind
's eesnm-f eels, HV TtltK CRE.
O. H. PATCH & CO.
I; now cfensg Hz
Carriage and Saddlery
The Goods are heie must be sold
and the People must buy e'm
AT PIliCES 7 0
SUIT TH TUB
aTiUK SPRING AND SUMMER
V Stock Is soar on hand and beins; opened, com
prising in extent, variety and quality of Goods, a
aneqaallad by any other establishment In th. west,
and the prices ran icing a little above the vast Jobbing
Houses vf New York and Boston.
In connection with our former Carriage Trad, we
hare recently added
Con-priainp SPRINGS. STEEL. IRON AXLES,
SCRKA'S, El hi, FELLOWS, SPOKES. BANDS.
BOLTS and .very thing of beat 'taff tcgether with
things 1 eedfol to build all atylc. of Carriages
froa a Wheelbarrow up
Whil. speakias; of Carnage Hardware w. w.ul
further mrntioa to
th. fact that at our
NEW ROOMS on MARKET ST.,
apposltt Coart Uonte. we hare lone
Not Veretofore kept in this market, such as
Smith's Case H'se,
Ives " " i Pat,
Tomlioson'a Swelled Cellar,
Which ara retarded hy all Eaatera Ifanafaatarsrs as
b.ing superior t. any thing ia as..
W. LL JOB AXLES.
WILL JOB SPKiNGS.
WILL JOB BROADCLOTH,
WILL JOB DAHabKo.
S. Vf. TASK
WILL RETAIL ITARNXSS,
WILL RKTA1L COLLARS,
WILL RETAIL WHIPS.
WIIXR8T tlLIVOKY RINGS,
WILL RETAIL SADDLES.
DIALS Iff OIL CLOTH.
DEALS IN OIL ENAMEL CLOTH,
DEALS IN DOOR MATS,
DEALS IN TRUNKS.
DEALS IN CARPET RA0I.
MASUrACTCRKS PINE HARNH8,
NANLPACTUKEo DRAPT DO.
M AN U PA CI C RES RRIDLEd.
MANLPACTt RES HALTKIo.
kAti CI ACICRhg alRSINGLES.
REPAIRS TRCNHS, -.
REPAIRS Will PS.
Would call the attention of
India- Rubber Cl'ihs
(fee , dec.,
of which we keep constantly oa hand la unti
tles t. suit any purchaser and at prices
Ii ODclaiioa allow t ftid that th at cata
e&hrtvcci bat a imall portion of ear
alt tinta exhibition at our
Where w. ara selling at
L O WER RATES
ever for Cash, to salt th. present arisis, aad
shall he happy to receive ear
aaake new aos, at
opposite Coart Hons.
S. W. PARK,
O.H. PATCH CO.
Mrs C. W, Messer,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
LADIES FANCY GOODS.
anu winter mock just received, at !
MoCOnB ti f MIl U'8 Sew Block,
Rooms Cp Stairs, Xatrsnoa oa llain Street,
York and Paris Fashions Receiv
Oct. so. -si.
n election by the Slock Holders
th. Warren Gas Light Company will he held n
ihclJihdayof November. A. D. 1-el. between the
of IS ssd 9 o'clock P. 11. at th. office of M
Birchard. la W aires. 0 . f.r th. .lectio, of five di- !
eeetne. nf sold Oosnoaar. WM.n. PARBIEB.
..... -; j
HABD TIMES and War lave made monej tctj searco. nnd even those abundantly able, will feci tlo nocessity of ecenonimng tLcsc times. TTie proprietor lis'
taken advantage of tlie hard times at the Eastern cities, and with ready means, purchased a stock of goods at very near half the usual "tea. 1
He offers the same to his numerous friendd and cubtomcrs. and invites them to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. . Ho will tell Lis goods at
UNVSUALL F LOW FIGURES so tLat it will be within the reach of the poorest, to buy a SHit of clothes. Come and gee for jounelve. ""11
September 13, 1 SGI.
M 111 o .; WaWfei;iJ
v ' . ' " .-..-;.: ..-,t:
(DIotiainBg' sat .War Frice,';M
OlO 111 DS
At Van Gorier's
- -i?- .1
;j jr.. cr
Block, Maiket Street, Warren, OhI t.,,.!
T. J. M'LAIN& SON
SELL and BUY EXCHANGE on New
T.rk. and European Cities. Loan ssoney. His
count goad paper. Attend promptly to collection
business. Bay an I sell Real Estate. In-uro Prop
ert.v aud Lives. OlDc. Main Street. Warren. 0.
READ ! READ ! ! READ ! ! !
REMEMBER On tbe first day of
the month to see that vour Insurance ia sud-
cient, and all in reliable Companies.
T. J al LAIN at PON Agents.
REMEMBER That the reputation
of aa Insurance Company. like that of Csasar's
wile, shouid be '-above suspicion "
T. J. Al LAIS St BUS, Ag ts.
REMEMBER Good Policies of In
saraneearethe"Qolden Strinsr" on which a
man's fortune oftea depends.
T. J. M LAIN St BON, Ag ts.
REM EM HER The cry of Fire has
ao Urr.rs t. those well insured In our Compa
nies. T.J.H'LAIN dc BON, Ag'is.
REMEMBER Self-preserTation is
th. Arst law sf nature. Taea, Omul see that
yoa ara insured ia on. of our Companies.
, T- J. M LAIN dc BUN, Ag iS.
REMEMBER By failing to renew
their Policies ia time, manv hav. b.en raised.
Talt. heed lest yoa b. caugHt in the same way.
I. j.ai iiAia at au.v. Ag ia.
REMEMBER Keep fully insured in
oar Companies and we warrant yea freedom
from sleepless nights and anxious eares.
l.J.Al ox DU.1, ag .a.
REMEMBER Foolish men say there
is n. danger of Ire on sap premises: but the
wismaa keeps insured with us
I.J. ti l.At.1 uun.Ag ts.
THESE ARE THE COMPANIES.
PRtEKIX INS. CO.,
LORILLARD " '
1 ,U0U uuu
I M.t 0
O0 IK 8
Call for Policies sa
T. J. M'LAIN at SOX , Ag'ta.
Warren, July S4. 1H61.
Ara now receiving at their
very large sad extenslv. stoek of Spring flo.ds
embracing every thing lhat is new sad desirabl. in
The gnat reduction la the prlo. of goods canscd
OUR POLITICAL TROUBLES
has enabled as to hay for Cash ths cheapest stock s
roods over offered In this market.
w. ,.. i .i.. - -
tlon of our stock of
SILKS fe OTHER DRESS GOODS
and also to our
Under th. charg. of
Which stock hat been elected bjr her with great car
and whose known imputation ia tlaat line is anaor
Call aad examine her atoek at her Roosss npos thr
In oar Merchant
we hare a very fins aod extensive stock. This branch
C aor business aoder the charge of
BI U. W E S C 0 T T,
Whoie abilitj and skill as a Catter Is excelled bj
Gents will please call and examine oar stock and
itc aim a trial.
Wehaveaddd lo our forruer fitoclt
a large and extensiTO stock of Carpets and
Wall Paper which emnraces aTcrythfog In that line
desirable, from the eery lowest pr.ee W the finest to
which an exam; nation is solicited
Oar stock of
always full and complete.
All of Uie above stock will b. sold at ths very
Will U paid st all times for
aed other Produce.
Warren, 0., April IS. IKI.
CABINET WARE & CHAIRS.
IVew Firm Sc. IVcw Goods.
A. TRCI8DELL. O. T. T0WSSENB.
TKUE80ELL tx TOWN8END,
lAl Its w(l Jaewa scaad . A. TacsspsLL.)
HAVE entered into a partnesship
th. mannraetnr and sale of CABINET Fl
KITCRE and CHAIRS In all their various varieties,
aad aav. now oa haad aad are reeeivinf a largs
sisortBcnt, consislinf ia part, of
Ttte s Teles,
" Bprins Seat Chairs,
Cane-Seat Chairs, a freal variety.
5otr. I .j.,..a. J Oommoa
French I " I Trurnil
Wnat-Nota, Rureaos. Book Cases. Pesks. Wash
Stands, Picture frames. Cribs. Cradlss. die. Ia short
verythinf usually kept ar called for at a Furniture
eaukiiaament, will be found er ssanaiaetarod at salts
Orders fraa a distance prasaplly aUaaued ts, and
larnitar. carofally (ocksd aad delivered at Car. or
A larir. assortment always oa hand, and mads to
order ml mil times. A Uearea furnished whea i eaired
r -. . i . . sr a hmi
CHEAP FOR READY PAY
am now receiving
PALI, aud INTER
large S:ock of
direct from the East, which was selected with treat
with regard to quali'y and price. 1 hare adopt
the reatiy pay system, aad will offer foods at low
figures In order to make it an object for thos. that
diss, to call where tney can procure me arrest
of poo.ls for the smallest tnm of money, mer
chantable produc. will b. received in exchange for
i"" ' the hihes market pnees willssal-l
Warres.O.. Osl- tS,V4,
STEAK! CARRIAGE FACTORY.
, - Zmr
COUTH OF CANAL, Warren, Ohio. Having ia ely xtenued aud improving
Omyoshlishtneot by f nlir;Inv my alrei ly extoasire ,tiMinis,s well s errc'iar new on.4ntrcda3ine
a steam ene-iae.with all kinds of machinery alauted to th eousiness.by vhioh a rrt sarin, of mauriai.titf
and lahorare alferted ,-therlya(r!r'iDgfcilitiearor uanufcturiugaad selling aBETTtKarticlcfjr the same
or LEtJS mont-thaa can becnordc l without scch advantagesndemploiR; an iscresjid number of ths very
ht n,kn.H in th nnntrv A:anv of vbos) are direct from the eaotero eitiea.I am now prepared to makean-j
turn off A BUGQY PER DA?- At my ltoposit ir.es may
work in the c.untry;allof wnicn is warrantoa in every respect. &aa tor qual.ty.woremansnipiTirsoi u.j
dnish.is not to be surpass.d la this s.untry,or by east.ro uanafaeturera. Am.ng my cock of OaUhad aar
may be found,
Of various styles aad r rlees,
EOCK A W AT3, a variety of I, . and 7 seats.
CARRlAGKS.a variety of 4 and 3 seats.
PH T0N8. 1 and 3 seats, tops standing aad fuIog.
C A RRIAOSi, &v. patterns slid, s.ats.
Ala.I.nMBRRWA00y8.1..st artIeleJoroneandtwohor.es My rrcien! faeilltie,eM sse to furnish U
order any atvle of wheeled vehicle. on the SflORTEST NOTICE. Persons aishingssythingtamylinoa'
bnsineas. are requested to call and sec for themselves .
Especial attention to Custom Work, aad R.pairinv. FairtirgsadTrimmfny done on short aotie.adln
styles to suit the most fastidious. . B.-ALL WORK WARRANTED
Warren. April IS. 1H56. n C BELDE5.
be found at all Lines th. b.at assortment of finished (
H DUO I Eg. a Urge variety, aaslatlag
TROTII.N). - - , -
DROP mOST. "
box Brnaiis. Ae.a.
DRS. W0RT3UN k SU AN ON I
Will be ia
rARREX, GASKILL HOUSE, en
Thursday , Oct. 10th, again Nov. 14th. and a
gaia Deesmiier lit. Drs. W. dc 8. call the especial at
tention of the afflicted to th. .'actlhatihey hav.been
visiting Warren reaularly every month for iearly
two year., thos showing that they do not fear to come
back where they have don. business farther.they
expect to visit regularly lit the neat Eve years to
come. Thev have made Chronic Diaeaaethctr s:ud
and l.ave treated them a. most exclusively ior a sum-
her or years auu c-aisp lar .eurr ibuw, "-""
reasonably be expecud from LOCAL PHYSICIANS.
They now hare a large number of cases in th.sand
the adjoiaicg Counties, many of whom had Doctored
for years to to eDect,wao tncy sax mrtrm...,
eoreJmanv of whom are well known in this coir.au
nity. irs. Wortman at Shannon will both be arcud
tf ether this trip and especially iusile th. sSl.ctcd
Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
Do von viae with a coated t.ness mcrnlnsi. with
' bad tasta in if e mouth aud poor appetite for nreait
! ,'ast I Do you fed when yoa first gtt Bp sa weak and
Ilanf ui4 you can scarcely get aoct ? So you have a
dimness in the heat at limes enl often a dulness.
with headache .iccasio nally ? Are your hovels coat-
iveand irreettlar and appetite ehanceahle t Do you
reft up wind from thestomach, aad do yoa b oat up
olten J lo you reel a fullness altercating anil ac;.nt
neas when the stomach is empty I Do yen have heart
bars occasionally f Do you fe.i low spirited and
loot oa the dark side of things? A re you not nnaau
ally nervosa attimea ? Po you not beccm. restleas
and often lay antil midnight before yoa can C I.
slsep? and then. at times, dont you fctl dul, aad
s'repr asost of the time 1 Is your skin dry sad sca
ly I also sallow t In short, is not your life a tar
then, full of forebodings ' Now. th.-se ate th. symp
toms generally present, batnot alwara all of them,
aad there are thousands whoar suffering daily from
them, and we pledee ourselves, in from three to five
nre.rrintiona. to j.ive them all away and c.nil
'y cure the patient, ehanitiug their whole L-LvsVeal
and menul nature, and thus make Ms a tleirins in
lui.renf hnrthen. We ask the, abo havetri.dun-
tll IireJ ano aiecouarjieu m
we candidly caa do just what is a!ovo ret forth. Try
tw. prescriptions anil we can in that litre satiafy the
most incredulous. We cell especial atterSlon to our
a'.most invaiaabie Ireitmtnt In th. ab&ve cidea.es.
rVe mil things "
Salt Rheum and Scald Head.
W - claim positively to cure everv ease of the di s
eaaes This iss po-itiro fact, snd we will pledge
urselves to give $50 to axy caae of (he kind that
we cannot cure and ae generally cure with oi pre
Refer to Austin Sigler. Fovlee. J. U. Cm'tII-jo.
Ri'.aetu, Mrs. h. biackburn. Kewtoa fails, itenry
WARNING AND ADVICE.
Citizen Soldier As you provitle to po forth
to liatUe, ly all mean provi Je yourself uriili a
rood supply of "Perrv Oavia' Tain Killer"
it may be the means of saving onr Lfa frfm
: i- ... ' i: r .. l...
lUUUy U10cU9fn illClU Ilfc W Ctli nnr ti. mnm
saved mine but be sura yuu g t the pure Per
ry Davis Tain Kilter, it is the only reliable
preparation of the kind in all eases.
FRIENDS OF THE SOLDIER,
let ne sav to you in brotherly kin.l.its puts
Biblj in one end of Ihe issuer's Kit nn 1 a (net
tle ol -renuiiie Perrv Davis Pain Killir ia the
other, and it may be the m"ansof insuring bis
sale return tru-t tonooiuer re kra.ixj.
pruviJe yourselves with Perry Davis Tain Kil
ler at this season of lite year a ben Chi lie,
Choleramorbus, Dysentery, Dinrrhiea ttc. may
disable your hands nse it in ev.-ry e.is of
the kind, and my ears for it. if it dots not ef
fect a speedy cure but be sure ywU trust lo uo
ether remedy but the old Iodr tried Perry Da
vis Pain Killer which lias sever to my knowl
sr.d especially motUi rs who have the more ici
mediate tare of children, permit me to say wi.k
eandid earnestness never lay down to rest at
n;elit with the ua!ti ana Happiness ol tour
ciiil lren at heart withon; Laving the P. rry Dn
vis Psin Killer at hand trust tono other Pain
prepnrations or panaceas thy may ami often
do fail in er itiml eas-s but the Prrry )' is
never nonever if you hei-.l not thi timely
warning the fault isyourown. as Perry Iiavis
Pain Killer is in nearly evory Store tlirvuehs ut
the length a-.. bn-ad'.h of our lar-J. aad all
over the civilized world.
Pay Your Debts,
i LL THOSE KNOWING THEM
.alwas inrtsoKlsari In rornsjlla Mvttt' iU:
van PI a. rath nnt'flsail IflPl!! rrthiih sol set:le ih ir
.MA.ni, ail mai,i ttiat remain unscltHd at I
,.mt,u,I nlnetv una Irtm ibis RaU-i!lbe left
for collection. alOt. Aue'r
Warren. Oct. 1C 6I-3m.
e w Goods.
N. A W. F. PORTER are now
receivisg thsir nsw slock of
SCHOOL aad atlaCELLASKQVs F00K3,
BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY.
We have also a larwe stock of CIIILDhFNS' T0TJ,
which will h. sold wholesale and reuil. Cur friends
lorit. il to call aud se. our sf.ck.
Oct. . J , o 1. i. . x.. w i . r r ' , w.
BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS JUST
PaSHshed. Al! desirioff Portraits fio.ly en
craved on steel, o our noole I'oioa men, such as
felt. ncOlellan. Wool. Banks. Fremout
Po'.ler. Dix. Anderson. Sprsrue. I.ron. Sivel. Com
Btriosrham. Col. Kllswirth, ate . should secure them
stance. On fine bUte paper, liij.12 Inches. Pricr
cents each- Come, of eitb.r nortrait s.nt br
ail .n receipt of nrioe. Liberal terms to agents.
Send f.r CMHl..jue. J. C. BUTTKB.
u;i.it j. -oi-j no. rraakim St., new lork.
i SPLENDID 81 OCKoT-CLOTIIS.
XV Caasimeres and Tcsilnts for Casom aork. Is
ssjt eeylrs.at COtlSTRI.NS'-
I Is prec!i-l 1 at its l&ni ial;catei. and
while rlii ( the taatr. It it reTiviXy
in eihitr?ittr c.eovijtrattDf aod itraogtb
eain toth vit. yowm. &aj al the aanta
iroe rTiiftes. rein la t, anl rtirwi tha
it I nod in tali iim Artrriiisil nnrit w . ail fhitsi
1 at oac restores n4 render tit st$m in-
Bu'ntrmkle tm mttveks ditmj$. It ia the
only preparation arer offs-reJ to the world.
Dj wt tjtiv-aicaaiiy ana liiiQiiw craisioinea mm io
, bethemot poer;"ul toaij. snl kttha aai
time io nenectlr aiiaitrd to. aa to act in
perfect Accordance wita the Uw of aatare'
and haea wilt atCa fa wtakt itmmm
mm 1 tu as vj up mem g? i w wi i, sin , aau iiiui
l-J . atUyall nerriusan! other lrntiiion. It la
ri j perfectly rxilaraticg iad at th ttrreiiaie
it it eamnosed eaurely of refrtftablra. yet
io combined as taproUuee the moat thorar.h
tcnic eCscc, wiLhout urodacina .or init rt.
oaa consef,uenc5. Sue ha rem :dj hoa long Ifv
bfa ftt t H a deeidaratttta io the tadiea.
worl I for it nels no anelical akill t s
th.it dehil.ty foMowt.a.1 at!ackf ol dise.se,
mad proceeds and indeed Ujs the aj steal H
ovn to tha insitiians attacita cf masy of 1
the aaoft ratal, aaeh. for exaasplo, as the "
foliowtnt:: Coraumptioa. lad gestioa, Dya
pepaika. Loss of ppdite, Valntoesa, N err- bi
! oua Irritahiltty, Neural pia. Palpitation of '
a 1 WiC sawi-t. J. all i SS -H.w, rs 0 WWMV, UQ'
; r, Jitlcireia. hoccst.an of . aa vJ as
Pn ' i' .ito ful cbstroctird, two profuse, or too
Lj si: Mtv'JrcwioD. and Failing- of the
; Womb. Tbrsr all depend ios jeteral de
j bili y. This uro. fceaL-y, tunto Cordial
0, aad Blood HrnsviUor ia as tore lo tar as
the inn to riieaitd s-t. Th era is ao sue
i Lake J. 02; it. H it this ia not alt. If the
j ostrm ia weakened ware open to btliona
' ateks. the lirer becoaea toipid, or tr or so
P I di -eased, ths kidneys r-fns U r-ciiorm
I their fnccti,: . EI we aru troablsd with
: scaldiDR And incniinene of arias, or in
W j Toljnt.wy difel an;e of th aao:. pafn io
j the baric, side and between th ehonUera.
Bj eacerdingly luiblo to stiiit co'd. eirhs.
1 and if r.curke4. aoaaiaciatiwn fellows.
1 and the i-tif?i.t ilorn in -a iireini-rs
I rrl?e. I.nt sir ft r-e sk i 1 1 nrt saline urn a mnn
1 merate the K.ny ills to wlitch w are liable
! in a weakened condition of th ayttem
j But w will sy in this Cordial And tt:ood
K-noratur ytt. haven perfect. i.ife, plsa
I act ar. J trffeetOAi r?vjely for loss of Appa-
tito, li!ioasaers. y!aratince. weak and sick
, Stoosach. Languor, Liver Complaint. ChiUs
; and sever, or any isiiiotis atlf. Costive
ns. Acidity of the Stomach, Nervoasnets,
. Neoralma, ra!piU:ion of the Heait, L-
' rrrssiiin ml Snirita. 8sr Pir.lm m,a (Km
R; l.looi. surh asr'erofnls, E'sipelas. Uron-- aaj
: chiii. C-uelt. tiifVieaity of BreathiDs;, ard
. All that cJail tjf dii'n-a a-lr.-) rs--.) !
an ui.t siibj wi u'lrwci ca.ica reKaic i
0, sTts.ncj". inn cuunst rai eu anor. w e will
also aay the traveler exposed to ep!fm;ca.
1 rhanfe of clicMe Ard water, will find it a
plVasaat. saf aad aor rcme-ly, nai on
01 n?n-? should ever travel without Reader,
try it, for w asiure yon yaw will End in it
rs iiirtu imisi'l, s3 "in taw 3 iriCaiil I a tee..
! w bo are not arc t"aarj trt mac a osuloor
I eserci-. will find it to their a Irautajc to
t srrp wii4ii.it on nano; anj. a- (
; oo an mo.n-ri, cr inose beromiDjf auen,
j will pro through that mat danrerons ieri '
i'nvt optv wish tfltheraern9tomed strne'fc.
hat sr. fa an.l fi-e. fi-am i,thit.J.;im.,i,.
so pretulent auor.( tlte female portion -f '
the world. In short, it is indeeJ a mother's T
eorlial. Try it oM and vounr: no longer!
rjn ::ie ns or ar ir : it .1 1 r. ivi ind
fi.ro,-f itself en!h!iiicallv a Jissieraliee
. Cei-die and Hfced Araeerer.
aj . J WOOD, pr.ij.netor. 414 Broadway.
Li New lots, and 114 Market Street. S:
Si. Loaia. IA !
a. rr.ee. jy '
r I ( Mo , aui sold by all rood Oruggiols
a . uoe iH;iar per nettle.
ma IMarctd, ibdl
T7ILL0UGHBY COLLEGIATE In-
V st: late The fiill tirm ef this fiiurlaS.ins; In
stirnlior. wil: i pn Ts:ss!ay, Sov I2:h. arl co&;i ru. I
seventeen wcaas. iscl-.id.iix a vacation of ore tret
from Christmas to New Tears, and ciosl:. lir. lv. '
Thia ieit-tution is located iu th. hrauliful an-2
hel;'-lu: vilUie cr Wi.loua-li!;y. I aki Co.. OUu. I."
milrs e..;:of Cleveland, oa ths n!ior. hV M. and '
therefore e.sy of access. .
lb. Luillin is oue f th. hes. in N'orthern Chio:
lt'Ti-k atrtiv- ure of mo Tirn style, spacious, coo-.mo.
1 1 All (.cr-ionsor s'ler,tery hi.i.a will i.-.J
n a prrfet rtvept-.live of. ai a-cll as cu
fs. , for th-.se ailcents to which th?v are part'
e u rly exposrJ. Hence minijurs, sluiln.s. !
j attorneys, lilenry r'n'ltmcn. and UJiss :
diou? nd attri.:t:ve. llcviei by an able yaully, , ,
bucsedby a ttrjifr rxprutive toanl.-atd famished I
with ai-fam-.m. Ch-ni-icnl and Phllosofihle. Mais, r
Ch.rts. fiaiios. etc. ttc. it clTers a tine opportunity .
ii joii. fitltm-u SI..I la lies desirus of l.-av-I
n;home lor t arioie of f lining, liberal eauea- I
liua to grv.iiy site1) !auliM- aTbiuon by en erici t
s.ni'isn.ia Us, roll 8".d mitterin'a; Its st!t
The I'rlc. of Tuition nor-.Term of.li '
is lur the ?r-paratory l-pt. 8I.U0. acieutiftc,
C.u.icil, .wi; atu.ic, $10 wi; us of Piano
Situ. Tti.a dcn..nmeii offers tu. very rest oppar
tur,ny for seining a Uio'ocdth and cocpitte kLoal '
eoeoi me actiei.e, iaiiinnh as it lain the hands of :
iiiorn.:bly acccilihed UJy from the nasi whose I
ruuiiou .1 teacher of music rank. hish. Good I
i..ir.i ,.n h. i i o, t.. . ... I aal
61-3 r j
Ish-re!. s;lv;n that a p-t:t!on will he present '
t. the Cn.mii:ioaers of TruuUu!l county at their
iiextretuiar aeralTii.to bav. a toaiity Koaalaid cut !
esu'olisbed oa theCouuty li ne between Trumbull 1
nd Mahoninrcount.is. Cun-.aienelbc on said liu. '
north of Anderson s Grocery wher. the prises'.:
cou:ily line road letlinj from !h Mahiuins; Kiver j
Intersects the Airsti: town and Vlrs Plauk Bead. I
thane, rnnniaj a est oa said county line to the placsi i
where said line crosses Ihe road leadinvfrom Ynauea- I
luwatoohlii-a. BKSJ. GOODliKAUC.
Oct. S3, til-5 (
McCONNELL has removed his
Leather & Finding- Store,
WEBB S rrW BRICK halldlna oacette the .Id
olace on ll;a St , has Just received a new aud lar.'e
LEATFIER, OIL r,d '
BOOTS A SHOES
July 1?. 1C1.
Katie, is hereby given that th. nnrter.igneu
:i.Ksiief Isasr l e trick, l-t. f honihiaitoa,
TrambuH ewty. Ci lv dveeS'Jd.
av s. -si-sw
iui arx nii'iiiVA.
t o,. j ft v- pr-o vnTII'If" i
A wlu'i til O iUlll i -
K.tic. is h.rvhy sivea. that the) urr-Jtei.
nave been appoints! assignees 1 1 Patch s Godyck.
Creditors will pleas, present their claim, aiatusl
"atrh dt llpjyck to tto .ndi rai grew as tha,
Mr a' te1'- Jacao At C... ta at tmw.lsr sHi.w
ifc.ir t.c without unneeeasirv delay. and all persons In
Curriculum. defcted to said Paten t Ondyckeirerjijutrcd tomaks
Immediate pajcenl if (ho same to the unrterstintd. -S'l.iiO;
, M. B. TAVLEK.
aert. to, lrSl.tr - . B. P. JAM KS'j.V.
'IKltUlt TO THE-
I . v .
at Ealer jatnatar.
slay aaJ :vs where It is rut.
ATTORXBT AT LAW A!T PtOTARt PUBLIC,
Ofle on Main Street In imilhi MeCoiaM Block
CoUscttwno prouptly mttie.
Cunvene;ng attended to.
By State Authority's
FIRST CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
v w - or ' - ' i--
HARTFORD, ., "VI
Cash Capital. - - - $200,000
Assets. (Jan. b 1561.) - $246,409 Ji
WHITTLESEY ADAMS, AV '
M.iy tt. l warren. Ohio.
H ARTFORD, CONN". ' '
ChartreJ Cnpit.il. - - 550fc 609
CashCaiital. - - -. - - 30l) OTO
WHITTLESEY ADAMS, AgX
"g TiTa ITd"
PHILADELPHIA. T -r
CAPITAL AND ECRrLUS, '- " wlS.TSJ t$
Invested in Bonds, MortRge,-Bank
Stocks. United Ptstea Treasury Notes and other
saf. securilios.sucbaa have suod th. test of hard
times. All aiijusied losses have been paid tutors
maturity. WnillLEeEX ADAJiiUs'W-
Kaya4, 1801.1 W
W a 11 t c d r
IM3IEDI A T E L, YI
Volunteers to fill up a Company' tliat
I am authorised to raise for the e-.h.O. V.
8. A. now stationed at Camp Chase. Co'cmi cs.Ohio.
Toinnteers will be sworn In at oiee ami tleir nay
eeunecei Immedhrteiy. - Pay $13 per me.nth scd
9 1110 bounty at the end of nervlce. The men will hs
CIFORJIBD IMMEDUTELT. As soon ss a man
lists he aill b. furnished with hoard and lodfins;
of ehargo. Anply immediate ly al any rReesuii
1 - Station at the Centra of i,orHslown. O.. ax la
.oh si. Stall, or S.C. Downs, ai U'arrea. O. - ,
Lieab JAilKS POWERS.'
Cct.lS. I61. lUcruiiiiic Oflicw.
WE PIG! IT .'FOR
I'he undersigned has oriened a rtoruit-
ne oc. aver Hct dc Oahora's Btor., la War
iea. for . t
Wade & Hutchins' 2d Regt.,
6TH OHIO 'CAVALRY.-,
Cabsistenee famished aril pay commenc frro
time of ealistiant. The rrgiotct ia rapid! flUt.
up, and will be qiiar tered at
CAMP I1UTCIIIS3, WARREN.
Ae is the time to enlist. Detars a9 dangerous.
Lt it lets.a lhatOld Trunliulirurnished mors men
for the wtr. la ,rop-.-.ica to her population than
any o:kr County In Ohio. Lieut. W T BR )N.
Cct.3a. 'hi Recrnltlnj Offcer.
MILITARY C 0 M P A N I ESWILL
rnrniahsd nil!,ai.iformaacd ears at
Sc;.t.le, bl. J. OJLOSTEJ VS.
a IfriT'lx'n tiTimnn 1 ..
MX. llason's Shoe Blacklnjr. "' J
- -Alwaysbrtht and scarklins,
like ih. San. itshioes forall, -1
"at Wholesale and Eetail. at .
s mill'3 Cmr S'.erv.
A SPLESDIl) CHAXCE. to. bi
CoaIlil Liicpi, CWitzr.-yr, ail s'aes. fha;
Aad liruhsa iliis m.
A3d ii ru ah H 11m. aaiarrtiin: Sua rti-st vftal -
EDWAhl) A. SMITir Druj 3tor..
17XCELSI0R HAIR DYE,
A-i RAZOR STRAPS.
ISbi.t KUBTlFrt r-HirPSISO COUBS.
, HIT, .
caa he fuar.d at S.MtTH'd Drg Store.
RTISTS' BRISTLE -ana.SArLE
x. Crua'ies. TaSe Cuu3ra. bfil Bi?:ih. 1 nnlt.
assorim-nt on haa-i, at 3 illTil 3 Dru e Wr..
Oct. '.'3, "01.
A TTACIIMEXT NOTICE.
William SOouchcr i Bfore Joel Miner Joa
nftba V.ai.e nf II. r.
8-ll.U-l llewlt ) f.,r. Trtwr.hl ..It
Ihe defenUaut is berriv Eolinci tb: on- th. ljih
day of detosnr. A. 1 lral, said Jist ee- fished an
order of aruchmeut in the above artii.n nr the sa
of twenty nv dollars ac.l Ulty err ts. Said cacao is
set for Iriat on theSdu uaf of N-.-. l-i',l.-. ten .
a.m. . ns, s. eoucanu.
Cct 53. ll-3
A. Thomas thirp and llenryKfrr.) ;-"weove Sam.
Partners ua'ler ih. rra nam, o( i uel A. David-
Sharp at K ir j. PUIstiffj,
J. r or
vs . ' i f serca tu.'u.
T. ToQlinson St O, lVfeDdanti. I ahiasTrum e
Oc (h 7ih day of ep;t m'.,r. A. D. J0!.W 1 Jus-ti-eof
the rea issnej 1 1 rler of attchmjrt In
theaboveariiua.for th aim f two hnnJrv-d sua
fifiy doilars wiihenste he defenutr. M1 ta's
nace thai the iiae st for V, ial iattte-aere.es, io
idij of Cluva, a.D. l-bl,as 'do. a. f.
SHAttf at siiji.
. Bats aad Mica caa-
I nan ha had at
SXiThVS K lira, eeeve.
"II EAR IT IN MIND, TLat a'. Adam.
) Bsokstor. will h. le pU t. i g,0w -wsKks.
ospially durins; Sovemcr sud a-wcea.l cr.
Oct. 19. ISI. --.-..,.,..
' " 1 ' : , .
TT A MVSTF?V Tfl H1VV 1
any snseaa Mil ahaok morila daliar. ssJwis
aaoiher with it. worLtieaiioach, foe euy oa. dollar,
wl" " 'r.uaently of don. at Adms' Bookssor.,
"nmenee 1st day tiovem.sr Mat. . ; ....
lOos. . ISSk. -i
TURIAL CASES. A f-li asotreii
lJ'.f MBTALLIC BtR(AL CASKS jul received.
Thes. Cases beiu perfectly mr-tiit, very mas re
decomFosltina, ard entirely prevent the escape tU
oSe.sive fas: asd ar. well adayted to taw preset.
vatlon and transportation of the body.
Aa assortment alvays on hand. . urderus frsa
distance pront' Uy attended to.
Warron. O.. J.as lSih. I'au.
NEW GOODS L. NEW .00PS!
i Splendid Stock of New. Goods dow
V .peal. t at the Warren Si OooJs Storw.eoaa.
prisina as;oad ass.rfmeniaf a Imust every thine nee.
ssarv to adorn and make omtortaMs, -mca. w.mea
and.hildren.au .'which will h. sold at loir pr.aea.
Bvervoody is invited lo call an 1 saelh-sa.
sept. it. if on.) t&cx. di BKornsa.
TANNERY OIL; Pri-ne qialitr. b
B-l. rnaji.a. at SviITlfa Pro St.,,