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Trains leave from stations as follows:
A. & G. W. K. K. West.
'Or'nge-! Bnrg fBac'ns-l Wak- Uirace
f ville. HilL burg. I ben. j vllle.-
Ex I 1 I I 3;Wam
11 1 iATam Ithifhun !10tm ll-2ifllll
Ac I fca'pin' iiipml iiipml .-05pm
J. 't 10:.-mm'
AC I ll-. Mill "
F't l01piul2::)pm4 l:3iipm 2:lopiu
Ex I I I ' -112: Warn I
Ki I I ( fcpm
Ex ! I i :25am
Ac lltr.Vuun Hk-Wam ' lflswam ' fciiam 8:15am
Tlie 3:40 a m train west, Mondays excepted.
The 4:25 p in train west, daily.
The&tia p m train east, Snndays excepted.
1 IK J v hi, imr otuitBj o
1 nil urn nutiwam uctiihi8
minutes earlier than Warren
leu minutes later,
Girard Nlles Wxa'Ki
Lev'bg I Phal'x
Noli I t I
EM; S.-Sipml fcOipmi 4:3npm
Ex 7:22am; 7::Vara 7:ouamj
F t I 7:50 " I 8:15 - I 8:15 " I
Ex I fcpm' .-i7pm; 6:10pm!
EM lOSKJam; fctTam' Jhami
F't I fcu5pm &35pmi tJupm;
The 4:20 p m, west, and the
fcu5 " 110:10 "
3:25pm 1 SKW "
9:30 a m, east.
Bovs' Duck linen Suits, -all complete
for ages from 3 years to 13 years. lon't
suffer your boys to swelter in heavy
woolen suits, but come in and take a
Men's White Duck Vests.
" Marseilles Vests.
" " Coats and Pants.
Bro. Duck Suits.
Step in and look at them. '
Large lot of Men and Boys Dark and
Lieut Straw Hats, just received Among
the new stvles of Hats we must speak of
the "Keep "Cool." which is just the thing
for men of middle age and old age. It is
bound to suit. Call for it.
Our stock of Clothing is complete.
Terms Cash and One Price.
Try us. ADAMS & CO., Agents.
WEDXESD1T, JCLT 27, 1810.
LOCAL and PERSONAL.
Harris, Blackford 4 Co' rolling mill
is again in operation.
Blackberries are selling in this mar
ket at twenty cents a quart.
The population of Youngs town ac
cording to the census of 1S70, is S.100.
Sharon, by a report of the censes
taken, has a population of four thousand.
The Jfiles Independent says that the
coal miners are generally going out on a
strike. Reduction of wages is the cause.
The citizens of Mineral Ridgo have
subscribed $27,000 toward a rolling mill.
They also are talking of erecting a foun
dry and machine shop.
Those large and splendid plate glass
windows, put in a few days since, at
Adams' clothing store, on Main street,
' are -the handsomest in town.
--A band of Gypsies have been en
camped a couple of miles west of town
for several days. They are in the horse
jockey and fortune telling biz.
Bargains are offered by T. I. Gilmer,
Esq., assignee, who offers a stock of dry
goods, Ac, at private sale, at Xewton
Falls. See advertisement for particulars.
A few evenings since, Mrs. Biggie,
living in Milton, was milking a cow,
and a storm Impending she went into
the house. She had scarcely reached
the door until a thunder bolt struck and
killed the cow. -
-Oa next Saturday evening, 30th inst,
a donation party will be held at Crandon
& Hartzell's Hall, in Niles, from 4 to 9
o'clock, P. M., for the benefit of Rev.
J. W. Starrett, pastor of the M. E,
Church in that place.
One day last week, the house of Mr.
Brons tetter, in Milton, waa atruck hy
lightning. The inmates were all pros
trated and for a time insensible. They
were after a while restored, not seeming
to have sustained any serious injury.
Albert K. Brisbine, formerly of
Hubbard, this county, but who for four
years, past has been emloyed on the
Toledo railroad, was killed by striking
the bridge at Elmore, on Tuesday morn
ing of last week. He was in the twenty
fourth year of his age.
On Friday last three little girls while
amusing themselves about the cheese
factory at Newton Falls, were all
precipitaUa through the passage way of
trap-door, falling about 20 leeu All
ware more or less injured; but one, how
ever, Miss Spencer, seriously.
Ou Wednesday morning of last
week, while Mr. Calvin Keed and his
wife, of Orangeville, were out riding, the
Jiorse became cmanagable and ran
.-away, throwing both out and injuring
31 re. Keed bad!y about the head and
Aieck. Mr. R. escaped uninjured.
Rev. Mr. Badger, rector of Christ
church, in this place, will be absent on
-vacation for four weeks. There will not
therefore be preaching at that church for
. four Sundays, commencing with next
Sunday, 31st inst. Services will be held
however, each Sabbath morning, when
prayers will be read.
- One day last week, a young man
named William Moser, oldest son of
Cornelius Moser, deceased, met with a
severe and serious accident. He was
'employed on the Mahoning R. R., at
Girard, and while breaking cars, one of
his feet was caught between the bumpers
of two freight cars, and so badly smash
ed as to require amputation of the toes
and a portion of the foot.
. P. S. Since the foregoing was put in
type, we learn that the young man died
of lock-jaw, on Tuesday morning.
Maj. S. E. Houghton, of Illinois,
was in town on Monday, selling photo-
graphs of himself the smallest man in
the world. The Major is of Lilliputian
proportions, being only thirty-one inch
es in height and weighing but forty-
one pounds. His age is nineteen years.
Ha is well proportioned and quite as
great a sight to the curious as is the cele
brated Tom Thumb.
Here is a fish story extraordinary,
' but true. One day last week some ladies
and gentlemen of this place, took a boat
for a fishing oxcursion on the Mahoning.
While floating leisurely down stream, a
large bass voluntarily sprung up out of
the water and flopped over into the boat.
.The party feeling that they had had re-
markable success, took their fish home,
and found it to weigh three and a half
pounds. It is . supposed the fish was
inn ting for a cool place.
-V very sad accident happened on
Wednesday last to a little son, aged
about three years, of Mr. Selh Thomp
son, of Hartford township. The child
had been at the barn with his father,
and when Mr. Thompson started for the
meadow, he directed the child to return
to the house. After some time had elaps
' ed, Mrs. Thompson missing the child,
visited the meadow to enquire about
' him, and immediately search Vas made
for him. After considerable hunting to
and fro about the premises, the child was
- discovered lying upon the ground, face
downward, , under a revolving hay
rake. On relieving him from the posi
tion, life was extinct"!! is supposed the
child bad been playing about the ma
chine, and perhaps in getting upon it
had reversed it, causing him to be
thrown under the teeth, which fastened
him to the earth, and held - him there, in
that helpless position, with Cee on the
ground, until be smothered.
The census returns for 1S70, give
Warren a population of 245(3 a train of
3.1 per cent, since 18!0. The query now
is, why was the true number not given
in the special census taken about IS
The Educator and- Expositor, for
July. Rev. Jas. P. Mills, Principal of
the Western Reserve feennnary, est
Farmincton. Editor ana i-uouslier, has
Inst ieeniul from the CHRONICLE nreSS.
The E. & E. has a nionmiy circulation oi
four thousand copies. It is a neatly
printed sixteen page paper, containing
choice and Instructive reading, and a
couple of columns of pleasing local nd
personal items, A few unexceptionable
advertisements are allowed space in the
E. E. at reasonable rates. Orders caa
be left for the publisher in care of the
In addition to the statistics which we
nnliiuiiml a few weeks since of crops and
-tw.w niamifiu-turecl in our county, we
give the following, taken from the books
of the Township Assessors, as returned
to J. D. Kennedy, Esq., Auditor.
3tti 25,220 1.U32I 25,770
10.115 1.623 S.M
4twt 3-1,30$ ;i,0M ,M2
314 23.1WI ;l,m 29,140
14,139 ,l,112i 29.4IU
4161 2S.640 1,143
23,520 1,731 1
Warren, 1st ward
Total number of Horses In County, 8,864 ;
value $610,359, an increase In number over
1869 of 35; average value $69,53, an Increase
in average value of $2,51. over 1S69. Cattle,
whole number In county 35,806 ; value $874,
357, an increase In number of head 2,439;
average value per head $24,42; Increase in
value per head over 1SG9, f 1.27.
'(No.lVaL I No. VaL
70 W.S90 3,425 J6.847,
Si 2,155 3A55, 6,658
- 2 861
i 3,755 ,2,451
L4s5 3 l-t! 5.9tt.3
25 1,792! 3,133
270 3.U8J 6,165
iIO l.llkl 2,111
325 l.2 3.211
225 .1,848 ; 3,095
401 5i3! 1,160
2O0 3,3li6 5,44.5
810 1,242; 2,157
250 I ;
450 I 1
Warren, 1st wll 4
2d wi I 4
" 3d w'1 '
1 17' 40'
Total r.umberof Mules In County,305; val
ue, t20,A05. Decrease from 1609 of 43 head.
Total number of Sheep, 50,297 ; value $93,373.
Decrease In number of head from 1S69, of
13.159; in valuation $1,343. Total number of
Hogs In the County 6527; value 44,767; an in
crease In number of head of 1176,and In valu
ation of $6,829 over report of 1S69.
No. Val. No.
5 115 1 13
147 1 ,9S0
87 1 2.775
217 1 6,701
88 i 4,505
U ., l.l... .l vlll
Warren 1st w
" 3d w
Total number of Carriacrea In County. 4530:
value, $187,058. Total number of Watches
1232: value. $26,003. Total number of Piano
411; value $51,544. Total value of all taxable
Warren School Financial Fund.
Statement showing the receipts and dis
bursement of the Board of Education Of
the city of Warren, during the year end
ing July 20, 1870.
1869. - Beeeiats.
July 15, Cash in hands of Treaa $6,512 33
Ang. 30, Am't ree'd from State
hcnooi r udu, wi w
" " Am't ree'd from Du
plicate of 1868, for
school purposes 3,434 05
" " Am't ree'd from Du
plicate of 1868 for
building purposes, 2,57554 6,91059
Oct. 10, Am't ree'd for old
lM;nooi uuuse, iiuei-
tv Street 52 00
Mar. 2d Am't ree'd from State
bchool Fund V73 44
1 . Am't ree'd from Indi
vidual School Fund 148 94
Am't ree'd from Du
plicate of 1869 for
school purposes, 4,527 16
1 " Am't ree'd from Dn-
Elicate of 1899, for
uildlng purposes 2,43500 8,08451
June 7, Am't refunded by
Yi ill, rruhL, error in
account 3 00
July 15, Am't ree'd from for.
eign scuoiars uuring
the year 193 00
20 Out-standing order
No. 834 10 00
DUbarwateats Saluiel ef Tearkert.
Paid H B Fumes Superln-
Mrs. H E Catlin. assls't
In High School, . 506 80
" Miss Roxa Wilcox, do 475 00
Geo Dunning, principal
In Orammar School, 1,00000
" Mrs S Lanphear. assis't
In Grammar School, 361 00
Miss Mary E Bascom, as
sistant in Gr. School, 342 00
" . Miss M H Bascom, 112 00
Miss Gresilda Campbell,
Liberty SL. Secondary, 804 00
" Miss M L Woedward, 3i4 00
" Miss Mary Packard, 112 00
MrsDGaskill, 3r2 40
" Iis8Mary Waterland, 302 40
" Miss Addie Noble 3t4 00
" Miss Mattle Hawkins, 3m 00
Miss Lucy A Robe, 260 00
" Miss Mary Irwin, 12 00
" Miss SE Covlll, 192(0
" Miss Maggie Love, 120 00 7,776 51
Paid for bnlldlng Area, ale. 424 55
Paid for Coal delivered, 412 95
Paid T J McLaln t Son, Insu
ring school building, 191 25
Paid Incidental Expenses, 355 85
Paid Tuition Refunded. 625
Paid Repairs on school houses,
tc. 1,19303 283 88
Liberty St, Sekeel Esue.
Paid A Greene, contractor
for Liberty St. school
Paid I N Dawson forsuper-
tendlng building. 248 00
Paid Goering A Smith, laying
aide walk, 122 00
Paid for tile.gravel.grading,Ac2j58
Paid Reeves fc Katlltf for flag
stone, 221 77
Paid Win Ernst for fence, 54 95
Paid Joseph Ireland for plans
and specifications. 12500
Paid Truesdell fc Townsend for
seating; school house. 198 00 '
fTaid for ttery furnace and set-
' KarkstSC Sfkool Hoas.
Paid F Kinsman and J L Smith.
for Market St. lots. 1,400 00
Paid Joseph Ireland for plass
- and specifications, 175 00
Paid John Bridle for sewer
pipe, and lay ingsame, 157 40
Pain Ernst and Seely, contrac
tors for new building, 774 09
Paid I N Dawsonsuperintend-
lng new building, 52,50
Paid expenses of I N Dawson
to Cleveland 7 90 566 80
July 20, Cash on hand
That Murder Story.
The story of the terrible murder near
Warren told by a little girl, who pretends
to be the only person escaped, has the
We think (and hope) we have now to
publish the last chapter of the sensation
which has for some time past been agitat
ing this community we refer to the girl's
story of the murder of her parents, fa
miliar to our readers now as household
words. On Saturday morning last, very
early, this same little girl of the wooful
story, quite unceremoniously left the
house of her benefactor, taking with her
articles of clothing not her own, to the
amount of seventy five or eighty dollars.
Upon being followed and apprehended at
Burg Hill, Ohio, she denied knowing
her generous protector denied ever hav
ing been in Greenville denied every
thing. She was brought back to this
place, however, and, after having con
fessed to the theft and delivered up the
stolen goods, was told to go and sin no
more. This ends the story which we
never succeeded in believing. The gen
tlemen who interested themselves in the
girl's behalf only erred on virtue's side.
It is simply the old story of the snake
and its protector rescued from death
only to turn and poison tlie rescuer.
Pic Nic at Vineland Place.
Editor Chronicle. The Mass Pic
Xic of the . O. O. F. which came off at
Vineland place, on the 9th of July, was
an affair well worthy of being chroni
cled in your widely read paper.
The dav was pleasant and very favor
able to the people, who began to gather
by 1, A. M.and the 91, A. M., excur
sion train coming from the east on the
Mahoning road, brought a countess mul
titude, making the woods and roads
alive with visitors. Arriving at the
grove we found Greenwood's Band and
A. G meter on the platform, all ready
with tlie best of music, and every per
son that wished to join in the merry
dance, had an opportunity. Two long
tables were well loaded with baskets
full of eatables, while stands for ice
cream, lemonade, cake, etc, that Mr.
Adams, the proprietor of the grounds,
had gotten np, flouished muchly. He
also provided an abundant supply of
roast meats, turkey, pig, beef, mutton,
etc, that none might go away hungry.
We have attended many pic nics, but
never at any previous one could the peo
ple be counted by the acre, as on this
occasion, where the old, the middle aged
and the young were together and enjoy
ed themselves in love and friendship.
As the hour of 5, P. M.t arrived, the
whistle of the excursion train gave
notice to those going to Girard, Youngs
town and Sharon, that the hour of their
departure was at hand. The day will
long be remembered by the brother
hood as one of the pleasontest social gath
erings ever held in this part of the coun-
Mr. Adams has made many friends by
he liberal offer he has made this season
of his grove, platforms, swings, and
plenty of water for man and beast.
ONE WHO WAS THERE.
Niles, July, 1870.
The Effect of the French-Prussian
War on American Interests.
The New York Tlines does not take
that pleasing and hopeful view of the
influence of the French and Prussian
war upon the commercial interest of
the United States, entertained by
many. In reply to the observation
that we shall be benefitted by the war
in that there will arise au extraordi
nary demand for our breadstuff's and
for American arms, it says that people
have not attached sufficient import
ance to the fact that the demand for
our breadstuff's, at the prices antici
pated, is ia part conditional upuu the
expansion of the war area. So long
as the contest is confined to France
and Prussia, the legitimate effect
upon the American market will
be comparatively alight. The great
granaries of Uurope must be rendered'
inaccessible before the expected result
is realized here; and that, again, im
plies that Russia and other leading
powers will be active participators in
Then, again, if a general war should
ensue, and a consequent extraordinary
demand for our breadstuff's follow, the
gain to us in this direction will be
well nigh counteracted by our losses
on cotton, and the stoppage of petro
leum and other branches of trade.
The exceptional activity in some lines
of business will be counterbalanced
by stagnation and depression in oth
ers. The customs revenue will suffer.
And we may make up our minds to
meet financial and business disturb
ance as a consequence of a large return
of bonds from Europe, a rise in the
gold premium, and an extensive no
settlement of values corresponding to
the fresh depreciation of our currency.
The Batavia (K. Y.) Spirit of the
Times, July 19th, says :
A shocking affair occurred at Indian
Falls, Genesee river, on the Reserva
tion, on Sunday afternoon last, that
resulted in the death of a man named
John Wight. It seems that on two or
three previous occasions this fool
hardy man had accomplisphed tlie
dangerous feat of jumping into the
water from the window of the mill at
Indian Falls, a distance of some fifty
or sixty feet. On Sunday he proposed
to take another leap, when a concourse
of some two or three hundred people
were present to witness the perform
ance. He made the leap, but turning
in his fall, he struck the water on his
chest and face, when he sank to the
bottom. The blow had so stunned
and injured him that he immediately
drowned. When taken out the blood
was flowing from his mouth, nostrils
and ears. He was about twenty-eight
years of age.
Last Thursday afternoon, as two small
boys were passing through a piece of
woods, halt a mile from Ixmdonville,
they were chased by a monstrous ser
pent, and would undoubtedly have been
overtaken, and at least one of them killed,
had not a young man, who was passing
along the road, run to their relief, and
succeeded after a desperate struggle, in
dispatching his snakeship, which meas
ured eleven feet nine inflbes. The genus
of the snake is not known, and it must
have escaped from some menagerie.
2Teu Lisbon Buckeye State.
Col. Harris, of the Ohio Farmer, has
been among the woolen manufacturers
of the East and says : "The dealers say,
that if they can get Ohio wool at forty
cents they can handle it, but at forty
two or forty three cents, the margin is
all used up and they do not care to touch
it This price, of course, includes a sin
gle scale of five cents each way, for extra
heavy or light and fine, which latter is
worth fifty-three to sixty-five cents in
Boston to-day, and ten cents is a good
big bargain for handling, between Ohio
and the Eastern cities."
The old system of paying the pensions
had many annoyances which almost out
weighed its few advantages. The late
Congress coald not greatly increase the
pension list or the payments, but it did
a good thing for the pensioners in pass
ing a bill which organizes a new system
of payment, whereby those who receive
will be almost wholly relieved of the
great trouble and expense of getting
their allowances. The new bill is pub
lished on our first page, and ought to be
studied by every person whose name
is on the roll.
General Humphrey Marshall has
announced himself a candidate for Con
gress in the Louisville District. In a
publio speech he declared that he op
posed repudiation, and that the Govern
ment owes it to its plighted faith to pay
every dollar of its debt
ThoJ wheat crop throughout the State
is pretty nearly harvested and garnered.
The crop has been a good one.
Locai Notices ii eenU per Line firtt insertion.
10 cents per Une
1 subsequent insertion.
Below cost, to make room for fall stork.
Kill Those Flies!
Fly Paper by the sheet or ream.
UOYT 3 Drug Store.
Hairs Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rruetrer will
positively restore gray hair to its original
color. Uive It a triat
Don't pay war prices. We continue to sell
at Citr Mills, for rash, as follows: Ked$6,tA;
Amber $7,00; white fc.oo.
A. K U. YAfl (jUKUi.ll. ,
In the nrlee of Dress Ooods. for the pur
pose of clearing out oar .Summer lirvas
Uoods. GU-NLLKINGlUi A EKU.
Wall Paper and Borders.
We are selline low to make room for a
new stock. We trim all paper we sell, free
of cost For sale at POKTEU'S Hook Store.
At a sacrifice, to close them out.
UUNLEHNUKK & EKO.
Porkct Books and Stationary. The best
assortment in the city, (iold l'cna sold at
30 percent discount
JulyJO-St iVKTcu s book store.
UOYTS Drug Store.
Endorsed at Home and Abroad !
This is to certify, that we have examined
the new invention of Julius Khuj, Jeweler A
Optician, Warren, Ohio, a system for fitting
the eye without attesting and confusing the
siaht. and can endorse it as a valuable iin-
prweiwnt, saving lime and guaranteeing
ciriRirfion. lA.Allu k wuhrw,
July 20-2t Opticians, Hartford, Conn.
Union Fruit Jars !
And Wax to seal them. HOYT'S Drug
Go to Pew & Bro '3
To get Fruit Jars and Sealing Wax.
Till the fall and winter styles revolution
ize womens heal-gear, our present stock of
goods will oe sold at reduced prices, our
word is pledged and it shall be done. Fur
thermore, we are paying special attention
to Sashes. Stamping done to order, likewise,
at Mrs. POTT Kit 4 CO.'S
Something Sweet !
A large lot of choice perfumery, at rnlueed
prices. 110 x 1 a urug ft wre.
Of Fruit Jars, at
PEW 4 EltO'S.
When yon want a flue Clear, paper of To
bacco, Fancy Merchaum l'ipo, at the Post
Otnce News Rooms. Cigars by the Bnx cheap.
Anything llkea successful onset to the gen
erally conceded opinion of our work, would
be simply to invite uiilure even a reduction
in prices from the regular established list,
will fail to accomplish what skill alone can
do, and aluxiys falls far short in making np
for any deficiency as designed by the Tyro.
Then friendly icreeting onr neighlors in the
field, we would suggest that the best way to
elevate the art" is to study to know more of it.
thereby building a reputation which shall be
as lasting as time itself. We invite all to
call at our Gallery and see or tliemselcrs
and take no man's wont as a representation
for his rule of action. Our place of business
opposite the Court House, Warren, O.. at the
sign 01 tue uig nag. mic dc uiirv.
PEW & BRO S.
Keeps constantly on hand a flnejissort
mcnt of die txwl brands of '-g-' y-- tixe
P. O. News Rooms.
- Three tcars old.
IIOYT'S Drug Store.
93 Agents Wanted If 10.
To sell "The Oil of Gladness," a soldering
composition. Good live agents can make
irom nve 10 ten aonarsaaay ciear. instruc
tions for making the above sent to any ad
dress on the receipt of $.5,00; Address or call
on T. L. WALDKX, American House. War
ren. Or P.O. Box, 27 Julyl-il.
Just Received !
A large stock of Crockery, at
PEW 4 ERO S.
Made to order, and cut Flowers for sale.
WM, F. POUTER.
Warren, Om July 30-3t
"Onr Own" Frnit Jars,
Improced. HOYT'S Ding Store.
The Life of Charles Dickens,
By R. Shelton Makenzle. with personal
recollections, and anecdotes, never before
published, and uncollected papers, in
prose and verse. It will contain a likeness
taken from a photograph. JOr which he sat
Just before his death. The work will be ele
gantly Dound in morocco cioin, gut side and
back; price two dollars, and can only be had
by subscription, at Adams' Book Store.
R. Shelton Xateuzic,
The personal friend of Cha's Dickens, has
Just completed the life of the great novelist
ana win ie soia oniy ny suoscripuou, ai.
Adams' Book Store. Price 2,00.
Red Top Strap Leaved is the best for sew
ing. We have it in any quantity.
HOYT'S Drug Store.
For Frnit Jars, at
Where are they Hade I
WhatmadeT That nricand beautiful style
of Photographs called the "Rembrandt T"
Why at the Star Gallery of Brooks 4 Potter.
Call and see specimens, east side Main St
The Throne of Spain
Riley will not accept hut has just received
a splendid assortmentof Fine Otmlies. Nuts,
4c., and always has ice cold Lemonade and
Soda Water, at the Post Ollk-e News Rooms.
For Slowing Machine !
We have Castor Oil, No. 1 Lard Oil. Mecca
Oil. Engine oil, 4c HOYT asl'KAK,
No. 5 Main St
The Best Tea
Sold In Warren, ia found at HOYT'S.
Kniflen, World and Excelsior
Mowing Machines, at N. B. TYLER'S.
Horse Rakes, at N. B. TYLER'S.
All Kinds of First Class
Sewing Machines, at N. B. TYLER'S.
See A. E. Andrews & Son's
New advertisement on second page of this
Knitting Machines !
Lamb, Bickford, Htnkley, and American,
a. a. 1 x a uui biore.
Fruit Jars !
AU kinds, any quantity. ' IIOYTS Drug
Saratoga "A" Spring Water.
A positive cure for Headache ! A Great
Remedy for Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Keeps the blood cool and regulates the stom
ach. Persons subjeet to headache can In
sure themselves freedom from this mahdy,
by drinking It liberally in the mornini be
fore break fast For sale by
JuneSS-SU. . H0YT4SPEAR.
Soda, Mineral, Tichy,
And KUaengen Waters, at
E. H. ALLISON'S.
All these thins
Can be got at King's
New Block near Mahoning Depot, Bureaus,
Bedsteads, Mirrors, Solas. Spring Chairs. Ta.
Dies. Stands. Mattrasses. Rockers. What
-'Note, Ironing Tables that open and shett 4c.
1M nas several oroaen seta 01 txne-seai
Chairs, to be sold cheap a ga-lorions oppor
tunity to git ent a chamber or fill up a dilap
idated set 'First come first served at
W. B. KING'S.
Glass Tops . , .
On "Our Own"Jar this year, to be had
only at HOYT'S Drug Store.
Local Xotices H cents per line, first insertion; 10
cents per une, eacn subsequent tnsemon.
Dana's Musical Institute.
Is prepared to receive students during the
vacation of the literary schools, and will
Rending Music Classes. Students wishing to
enter will please hand in their names as
soon as possible, viasses every day.
Tuition per term, to,0U.
AH Kinds of Sewing
And Knitting Machines repaired, and a
few second hand Machines lor sale cneap,
at N. 11. TYLERS.
ran find the Peerless Fluting Machine,
Fluting Scissors, Pinking Irons. Curling
1'.. . . 1. i,,r't Kwiviim A- at -
N. B. TYLER'S.
Go to the City Bakery
For your fresh home-made Bread, Ties,
Rusks, Buns, and all kinds of cukes.
We are now prepared to furnish milk cans
of all kinds and sizes at Jameson 4 Wheel
er sold stan.L KIKK 4 CHRISTY.
Muy 18, 1S70.
Insure against accidents In the Accident
Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.
Cash Assets one tiiitfion dollars. Apply to
WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Agent Warren,
Ohio. lock 17-tf.
Go to Henry Waldeck's
For yonr fine French and American can
dies. City Bakery.
Fresh crackers daily 10 cents per. pound.
Two doors south of McLain's Bunk, Main St.
Awarded to H. Waldeek, of the City Ba-
lient lireail. Plentv more of the
same sort, fresh daily, two doors south of
McLaln s Bank, main street.
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers.
Price 30 cents. Manufactured by It P. Hall
4 Co., Nashua. N. H. Sept 8. 1-yr.
Of all styles, materials and patterns, from
plain to verv nice, at
V TRUESDELL 4 TOWNSF.XD'a
Pleasant Dreams !
Are induced by those superb TTuot ilalresses.
and profitable rellection by theeoiy t'Aairt,
bolus, ami ljnmrtes, mu uw .....
TRUESDELL 4 TOWNSEND.
With good IceCream by leaving their or
ders at Henry Waldeck's, Main St
-Keep the Blood Pure and avoid Fevers
bv usiug a bottle of Poland's Humor Doctor
the great System Kenewer, sold and recom-
,,.,. 1 ... ( hv H 1 iv t KneAr.
im nnt. wait for Ponsh or Kldnev
Disease to go as It came but get Poland's
White Pine Compound to cure at once.
Fellow's Worm Lozenges Is the only
worm ri-me.1 v in exlstencecoiiibining harm
less qualities with delicious taste and amaz
ing power. Sold by Hoyt 4 Spear.
All cases ol Debility peculiar to Females
will find a sovereign remedy in Dr. Swett's
Female strengthening formal, rsom oy
Clarks' Anti-Eilious Compound Isvwmni
ed to cure diseases of the Liver, Stomach or
It Is nttrranlcd to cure Dyspepsia.
It Is trarrantcii to cure Sourness of Stomach.
It is warranted to cure Spitting up of Food.
It is warranted to cure Sick Headache.
It Is warranted to cure Parched Toncue.
It is warranted to cure Nervousness and Loss
It Is warranted to cure Female Weakness.
It is warranted to cure Biliousness.
It is warranted to cure Constipation.
It is wttrrttnted toeure Fever and Ague.
It is warranted to cure Erysipelas.
It is uarranted to cure Rheumatism.
It is warranted toeure Scrofula.
It is warrantrd toeure Eruptions on theSkin.
It is warrantetl to cure Lame Back and Side.
It Is urtrrantett togive a good sppetite and
give strength to the reeule and neuiuiaieci.
It Is warranted to lie the best blood purify
ing and health invigorating medicine yet
The testimony is copious and conclusive.
I'kickSI.OO per bottle; lor sale by Druggists
Pwoared bv Tt C. 4 C. R. CLARK.
operative Chemists, Cleveland, O.
June 1, 15.0-om-
Of all flavors at Henry Waldeck's, Main St
Said a wise say, when he told Chris. Colum
bus on his arrival lu this country, to buy
ui isoois anu onoes 01 3lciAl.
OF ALL. KINDS.
GUNS AND GUN GOODS!
four different kinds,
"w ood rumps,
Cutlery and Fishing Tackle,
Base Balls and Bats,
Boxing Gloves, '
Croquett " .
Boys Wagons. Carts,
Wheel Barrows. 4c
BABY JUMPERS, a .'
The largest variety In the City.
Family Scales ! I
warranted correct, cheap A onvenicnt, '
IT. J. T THAI'S!
LEMMON SQEEZERS, &c.
Six different kinds of Clothes Wringers.
Clothes Wringers Repairer.
Clothes Wringers by the dozen, at
All of the above goods can be bought at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL ! !
9 at prices to suit the times, at
N. B. TILER'S,
River Block, Main St., Warren, O
Particular attention paid fo repairing of
all kinds of Sewing Machines, 4c
IIAPCOOD & STIUTTON
Market Street Drugstore,
Now ofTer the Apple Cider bought by Hoyt,
Strattou 411apgol, three years ago, which
STRONG CIDER VINEGAR,
AT 25 C'EXTS PER GALLON.
We are headquarters for
having the lareest and best assortment of
any house in wurren, anu are reauy to sen
low by single one or by the gross
HArGOOI) & STRATT0X.
Mason Fruit Jars,
King Fruit Jars,
Spencer Fruit Jars,
Our Own Fruit Jars,
Union Fruit Jars,
Tin-top Fruit Jars,
Earthen Fruit Jars,
All at as low figures as can be bought..
Good Brown Sugar
Ten Cents per pound.
IIAPCOOD 4 STUATTOX.
Hapgood 4 Stratum keep a Red Barrel In
front of their Store, and are known as
MARKET STREET DRUG STORE.
We keep a full stork of good fresh Drugs and
Groceries complete stock, and can't be un
dersold. HAPUOOD 4 STHATTON.
T AX K RUPTC Y.
I In the District Court of the United States
lor the orthern District of Ohio.
In the matter of John Anderson and Sam
net M. Kupp, and Anderson 4 Kupp, Bank
ruDts. In Uankrunu-v.
on Thursday, the 1Mb day of Angnst, 1S70,
at the south door of the Court House, In the
city of Warren, Trumbull County. Ohio I
will otfer for sale to the highest bidder, the
following real estate, to-wit: situate in
Wurren. Trumbull Countv. Ohio.
First piece, known as part of lot No. 2, In
the town plat of Warren, on the west side
of Main St., in said Warren: fronting on
Main .NU ai feet, extending twu-fc seventy feet,
and Is known as the Truesdell 4 Townsenu
Second piece, known as part of lot No. 28,
in Warren Townshlp.siluateoo South St., In
the citv of Warren, bounded north by the
center" of South St., east by lands sold to
John S. Edwards, and by lands of C. C. Mo
Nutt-south by the Cleveland 4 Mahoning
Kail Koad; west by lands owned by the Pease
estate, containing about acres of tand.on
which are three dwelling houses; this tract
will be sold in parcels selling a house and
tin r sized lot with each this property Is near
me new furnace.
Third piece, known as part of lot No. 2, In
the town plat of Warreniituateon the south
side of Church Allcv. extending east and
west on said Alley Ju feet and back from said
Alley W feet, on this lot is a small but con
venient dwelling house, and quite conveni
ent to business part of town.
Fourth piece, known as parts of lots Nos.
1 and z in tne town piai 01 warren, souiu
side of Church Alley ; bounded north by
Uliurcii Alley, cast uy an Aiiey, soum uy
lands formerly owned by John Anderson.
and west by lands in lot No. 2, described as
thc3d piece above; upon which lot of land
there are three valuable dwelling houses.
Fifth piece, known as the west third parts
of lots Num. 2i and 22, in the town platof War
ren. running live rods on South St., In said
Warren, aud extending back twelve rods
from Sout h St., and is the same lot and house
now occupied by ssauiuel m. uupp.asa resi'
Sixth piece, lot No 10, in block five In the
town piut 01 w arren.
Seveuth piece, lot No. 11, in block five In
the town plat of Warren.
Eighth piece, lot No. 12, in block five in
tlie town Dlat of Warren.
Ninth piece, lobi Nos. IS and in. In block
five, and In what isknownasSouth Warren;
(see look of maps of Trumbull County, O.,
nuifcs 31 and S-'m
1 will also sell at same time and place.two
The above property will be sold for one
half the purchase price in haad. Terms
for the balance of purchase price to be made
Known on uay or sale.
JOHN M. STULL. Assignee
of John Anderson and Samuel M. Uupp, and
Anderson at Kupp., IJuiy au, it.u-iu
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HAAiuku t.u., i-uuiisueas 11 est
Fourth Kb, Cincinnati, Ohio. f
July 2. lS70-2t . -
Tr T)r Daniel inter fiowtn
iil fnaifr burrh bte 2tbrf 3efu8
lb,rijtuS jum 33ifd)pf flctootten, unS
ill nad) fintr 2Giairigtrt grfubrunu in
SBarrtn eibotig, feinrn beutjcfceri unb
rrijIiiuVn Svitunbtn iu fcier.cTf. hue b;t
eng'.iftbe eroffentlifljuna jeidt.
a n 1 1 1 S 1 1 d) 0 T,
(bet olte "IJjpjt.)
AND PROVISION STORE.
(New Brick Block,) west side of Main Street,
near jiauouiug uepoi,
takes pleasure in
Js and the pnblic
I Informing Ills frlenils and the public
generally, that he has again re-opened his
""rtr-ioty- Store ! X
on Main Street, where be will be pleased to
see hi old customers, and many new opes,
. and examine his fare aid
Extensive Stock of Goods !
hey a re all new and of the very best quality.
His goods have been sei rifled in the Eastern
markets, by niniselff with great care, and
He will be able to sell cheaper than any
other house west of the Allegheny moun
tains. Ills stock consists. In part, of
Groceries, Flour, Teas,
CAS DRIED FRUITX,
RAISINS, CONFECTIONERIES, c.
of the very best klud.
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
WHITE FISH. t
LARD, PORK, BACON,
HAMS A DRIED BEEF.
Pittsburgh & Present Use Ale,
By the Barrel, half barrel and quarter barrel,
allot the bestonality.and will be sold cheap
for cash. My store Is well arranged ana
filled upwlthalargeassprtmeiilof Groceries
and Confectioneries 1 Invite the public
generally to give me a calL
July H. lstSa-lf . DAKIEL BISHOP.
THE MARKET REPORTS.
Orricjc WFSTiBjt Risa-Bva-CBROsin.B.'l
Wakkks Ohio, Jalj M, kfiu, j
BEANS 12,00 per bushel.
FLOUR H.uO to 17.50
OATS & lc
BUTTER Fresh Roll ltj JOc
CHEESE Skimed 6c Factory 84 11c
LARD Country rendered, 17c
POTATOES Old; 55c New, $1.00
FLAX SEED 2.00
HIDES Green. (,9c; calf skins 13$ 14c;
WOOD .Move length, t2,nor2,50 per cord,
do Three-feet, $U,00igo5l per cord.
WARREN RETAIL MARKET.
Wynip extra .75 to 1,00
Flour white WhtJi.5l),
do Amb. Wh't 7.0
do Spr'gWa't 8,is
Buckwheat Hour peri
Oder v inegar T
Carbon Oil 40
Lard Oil, 1,401.)
Linseed Oil l.'X)
Boiled Oil V gat 1.05
Shorts f cwt 1,10
Cora Meal, bolted
White Lime 1,7s
I Vcwt ... 20
Beer, Dried 2S
Hams Sag. Cured2i-2.
do Country do3.
I4?rn jieso, uuuuo-
ed v cwt
Sides do do U1
I tied l op
Clover seed , ,, .
Sugar, Brown lotoli'f
Sugar, CofieeM L
Oil Meal V cwt. 2.1
White Lead 71 aeg.;i,uu
Potatoes ft bus 75
Peaches, peal'd kV.22
U.li.cou r uui,
j do nnpealed 10
Candles, Tallow 15
'Molasses V gal To
do ". o. V gal- 1,1)0
Cranberries i qt
do Slar, , 50
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, July 21, 1870.
FLOUR-Market unchanged and steady,
with a fair demand. We quote :
XXX white $8.75 0,00: XXX white
Kentucky J0.00 ; do XX amber ?7.75
8,00; do XX rod No. 1 $7.50a7.75; X red
No. 2 $ii,50a",00.
Wheat Market a shade firmer with
a fair deuiand. Sales G00O bushels and 7
cars Xo. 1 red winter from store at $1,4.;
1 car No, 2 do do at 81.43.
Corn Inactive and nominal; No. 1
mixed offered at 89c in round lota, HOc in
Oats Dull and lower. Sales 1 car No,
1 State at 50c from store; 2 cars at 57c.
Rye Quiet at 95ca?l 00 according to
Cork Iu moderate demand and
firm. No. 1 mess fcSO.00; No. 2 do $29,00;
Long Clear $31,50; Short Clear 32,50.
Lard Firm and in moderate de
mand. City rendered in tierces 17c; do
in kegs 17 jc
Smoked Meats Firm and in good
demand. We quote City Sugar cured
Hams, canvassed, 25c ; city cured
Shoulders, canvassed, at 10c; Bacon 17c
for city; Dried Beef canvassed 24c
Butter Strictly choice firmer with
light receipts; selling at 24a25c; fair to
good grades 20a23c; inferior grades 15a
Cheese In fair demand and steady at
lllal2 for choice factory in round lots;
12Jc in job lob. Dairy nominal.
Kcxi.s Quiet at liialijc, according to
Potatoes New in good demand,
searce and firm at $3,50a4,o0 por bbl.
Onions Quiet at $1,00 per bu, $3,00
Dried Apples Quiet and unchanged;
held at 5a7i for good to choice; extra nice
in a small way 7 lobe
Dried Peachem In fair demand for
peeled at lOalSc; nnpeeled dull at aatic
Vweoar Quiet; held at ljaltie per
gallon for pure cider.
Beans In moderate request; held at
81,bOal,85 per bushel for choice hand
picked; medium qualities $l,50al,75.
Plaster Laud Plaster iu good de
mand, and selling at a range of $8,50al0
per ton; Calcined Plaster ranges at 82,50a
3,25 per barreL
Lake Fish Salt nre steady and the
demand continues good. We quote as
follows: White Fish j7,75a8,0O; Trout
80,00; l'leerel.tresh caught $0,00; Herring,
large upper lake 84.00a4.50.
Featuers Demand fair and market
stenu v oc to 9oc according to quality.
White Lisk In good request at
$1,40 per barrel lor city and Fremont.
Salt The following are the quotations
for Onondaga and Saginaw; Fine $2,00 ;
Coarso solar 82.00. Leader,
Butter and Cheese Market.
New York, July 25 nutter quiet and
ateadv at irif7i.2lc- for w extern rhMu
steady at 1 14Jc
Cincinnati, July 25. Butter un
changed. Cheese, firm at I'-iCci. l-le for
r. . !. tisotory. a '
PrrrsBCROH, July 24. Butter, a fair
enquiry ior iresn taoie roil at zl(d,JZc;
sales of good at 18c Cheese The do-
mand is imnrnvimr with a cruwl .nnnlv
on the market. Ohio factory and Gosh
Butter and Cheese Market. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle. Fat cattle, suitable for the
New Yorkjind Boston markets, were in
demand, and being scarce, sold well, the
few of this sort offering commanding
full previous rates, or 7.50a8.75 for well
matured oeeves, averaging from 1,150 to
1,400 tt9, but for all other descriptions
the market was about as dull as it well
could be. Sales of native stock were
at 8ri.50a4.75 for inferior mixed lots, em-
oracmg poor cows, scrawny steers, stags,
bulls, and light thin heifers ; 84.25a5.75
for butchers' stock, on local account.
including medium to choice cows and
common to fair steers and oxen ; 83.75a
5.25 for common to good smooth s look
ers ; 85.50aG.25 for common to medium
shipping beeves, and at 8O.5Oas.0O for
good to smooth rat shipping steers. The
market olosed dull and unsettled.
Sheep. We Quote at !a5.50 for com
mon to.choice. Stock sheep are in mod
erate demand at $la2 per head. Chicago
By Telegraph Chicago, July 25.
Cattle dull and nominal.
Pittsburgh Live Stock Market.
July 23, 1870.
Notwithstanding the intense heat of
the past week the arrival or stock at the
cattle yards was large, particularly in the
line of cattle. .
In which there was quite s tumble in
prices, owing in some degree to the large
stock )a hand and -the- unfavorable
weather. The following-were the ruling
rates of the market:
Fxtra l,200tO 1,500 steer. $7.75aS,2T,:
good to crime. 1.100 to 1.2u0 87.2."a7.7j:
common to medium 1,000 to 1,100 8l,25a
0,75: bulls, stags and cows, 800 to 1,500
84,25ati,25; stock steers, 800 to 1,000 $l,50a
The rnn of sheeD" was not heavy.
thonch the nnalitv was fair, and nrires
ruled about the same as in the beginning
of the week. The closing figures.
r.xtra. 100 to 110 ids, x.,ooa,i,oO; good to
line 85 to 90 lbs, $4,25a4,75; decent to
It. 75 to 80 lbs $3.50a3,75; mean to com
mon, 70 to 75 Ss $3,00a2,25; foot rot and
scalawags by the head 81 OOal GO,
NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 25.
Total number of beeves. 7.270 head : on sale
to-day 11 1 ears at luuth street; Stt cars at
Weehawken and 53 cars at Communlpaw.
making 4'JuO head. Trade very slow and
prices 'ie lower, or 8I&41MC for state bulls and
poorest'Texan; 12.llc for thin to medium
western steers; 15il6c for good to choice;
averaging H-c- The quality had the widest
range, with many fine droves; the stoek
was not all sold; weather very hot and bad
for the markets. One ear of bulls. 875 lbs
gross, U,U0; one ear H4 ewt Texana toO.W)
&1 Missouri steers ti cwt at l&gliio', 7; fcriine
iteniucay graues, 1 4 cw( ioiuigUr
Sheep fool np t5,4eO head for the week, and
8.-2UO freth to day, besides 1.U00 head state.
Thev go slowly in peddling lots and at low
prices, or 3!o.1ic for very poor to prime
sheep, and l'lc for lambs. Very many are
unsold; to-night a lot of & lb Ohio sheep sold
at Wjr, a car of tv lb at 5; 3 cars of 74 lbs
at 5cf a lot of 51) lb Canada lambs 8c; a lot of
HI lb prime at 10c; a car of 57 lbs fi.
Hogs count 14,21 for the week and 62 cars
to-dy; they are less firm and selling at 2t
4 l'Jiji dressed.
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
PHILADELPHIA, July 15.
Beeves Very dull and prices favor buy
ers. Wules 2.ua head at 9u.!i'we for extra. "
;c for fair to good and .7c for common.
Sii ekp In fair demond. Sales 1U,UW at 5
pilous Firmer. Sales 2,500 .head at 113,00
Tub Gold Speculation. Some of
the speculator who have been ma
Rueuvring for a further rise in gold
have been hoist with their own petard.
A ring, or "clique," as Wall street
dignities such a combination of specu
lators, went by the, hoard, suspended,
failed yesterday, "owing to the down
ward turn in gold since theezposureof
the unreasonablecourse the market has
taken in advancing on war abroad a
cause which is certain to operate to
our good, fhe failure was a private
affair. names wpra announced
and r,o pi-oclruation was made at the
boards, liut it was a failure, and a
large onA nevertheless. Acu? York
Herald, July 2d.
BUeaaeld, 0., July 28, 1S70.
The following are cash prices, corrected
weekly by Howe, Savage A Smith.
BUTTER Weak at 1C toaic.
EGGS Steady at lie.
LARD Nominal at 17.
FLOCR-White Wheat, IS.
" Amber 17.
FISH-Georga Bank Cod 10c White fish 10c
WHITE LIME Firm. $I,7i
SUGAR Brown 10 lZ "A" Coffee lie.
TEA Young Hyson, 75 to $1.50, Japan $1
to J1.40. Black 11,00 to 11.40.
J. P. Freer.
Jas. H. Smith.
FREER & SMITH.
AND DEALERS IN
Sec., &c, Sec.
MARKET ST., WARBEX, OHIO,
f-ff OPrOSITK- THE PARK,
. July 6, 1870.
BISSELL & CO.,
So. 23.5 Liberty St. PIttsbursh, Fa.,
Manufacturers of all styles and sizes of
GRATE FR05TS, SUMEK FROSTS,
FESDEBS, COOKING RANGES,
COAL AND WOOD
COOKING STOVES, &c, &c
THE TRIUMPH STOVE, for Coal.
THE JACKSON STOVE, for Coal and Wood,
A the BLACK COOK STOVE for wood only,
art tiw krst STOVES FOB COOKISO a BAKIXO,
.We warrant the operation.
THEY NEVER FAIL.
Pittsburgh, March 30. 1870-Smo
ALL OF CHAS. REED'S BOOKS
and those by the author of " lohn Hail
tax, and Anthony Trollope, fcc. can be had
at Adams' Circulating Library, at the usual
SOMETHING NEW in the Wall
Paper line can be seen at ADAMS' Book
Ktora. The handsomest patterns In town.
Market Street ! !
IS BEING SOLD
THEIR ENTIRE STOCK
SUMMER CLOTHING !
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
July 2D, 1S70.
-1-- .. -
IIOYT'S DRUG STORE!!
P TFL XT I J7 3" J. JEL 3,
WE GRIND OUR OWN COLORS!
We Grind our Own SPICES.
HOYT & SPEAR,
. No. 5, Main Street.
WHITE LEAD. '
YOU CAN FIND
Old and Reliable Store
M. C. & H. C. FOMAN,'
a new and complete stock of
FRENCH REP RIBBON.
JET ORNAMENTS of aU kinds,
Z3 KX jm- " S 9
and all style of
Hats, Bonnets, &c,
SASHES. SCARFS, SECK-TIES,
the most beautiful assortment ever brought
K04S IS FIBSTSATIOJaLBIXK Bl'ILDING.
April 30. 1S70.
CITY MEAT MARKET.
(TpPWrTHE undersigned would res
JLejlTj JL peetfblly announce to the citl
Mi Iff icus of Warren and the vicinity,
that he has opened a Meat Market on Lib
erty Street, opposite K. K. Wlsell's Carriage
Factory, where he intends to keep constant
ly on hand, all kinds of fresh meats, and or
as good quality as the country will atlord.
1 have em ployed the services oj a rood butch
er who bus hiul long experience In the busi
ness, and who will always be on hand to at
tend to the wants of all customers. All or
ders left for meals In the evening will be
DromDtly attended to. if desired can
iverea at mcir rr-wuuncigr
rigerator tili called on,
rpHE proprietor desires to say to the
I rtnhii- that there can be seen at hisRe-
ooiUry. on Liberty Street, a few rods south
of i irst National Sank, the largest assort
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
That he haa ever" exhibited and ottered tor
sale In this market. Hla stock consists of
FAMIL Y CARJUA GEX and SLIDE SEA T!t
of various pattern One horse Buggies of
i. ... 1. j..intlnn anil tk.lt ni whlcn
are oi the very Lates. and mottfc approved
eastern siyic, waicmw h1- -
substantial workmanship and elegance o
flnlsh. cannot be surpassed by any other ea-
taousnment in u ouiv , ... .
cessrul operation a STEAM ENOINE with
... i .. .... . .. ...... mannnMn.
ail uie oecesjr iuoluiudij
,i m..kM Hubs. Feleea. and every
thing that canTbe done advantageously by
machinery. . , .
iieing a pracucau iu;iimwj
tnt ana overseeiua ' , , L .
he Is prepared to furnish a vehicle In first
rate style, lor iesa nwwr mnm wi
manufacturer in the west.
Hacks, Pedlar's B areas, Cearaes aaa Barearaes.
Ifuot on hand, will be made to order, oa
.. . uanirintf XHmmlnflrandPaintlnadoo)
with neatness and dispatch.
. 1 1 . AnA , . .. raitliwmillM
In addition to the above, I am prepared to
nmish rarruiaw makers and others with the
beat quality of Turned Spoke. Bent Rilaa,
Bows, shafts, Poles, Seat-arms, Hubs, Ac, at
aa low prices as at any other establishment.
furriupA-mn.iera deslrina- to furnish their
own timber, can get their Spokes and Hubs
turned on snort notice, ana at lair jji n-.
Jan. a. 1U. - in rum.
PUT YOURSELF In his FLACK.
The great new novel by Chaa, Heade.
w e have Just received the aeoonU lot l
Adams' Book Store in three sty lea of bind
ing. INSTATE of Joel Peck, dee'd. Tlie
undersigned haa been duly appointed
and nualined aa Kxeentrlx on the estate of
Joel Peck, dee d, late of Irombull Co.. Ohio.