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A SON SHOOTS AND KILLS HIS
A terrible traxedy occurred in New
York city, oa the morn in? of Tues
day, June 3d. Frank H. Walworth,
aged nineteen, ebot and killed his fa
ther. Mansfield T. Walworth, in the
Sturtevant House. Domestio trouble
is assigned as the cause of the trage
dy. Young Walworth, who Uvea at
Saratoga, directly after the shooting,
went to the Twenty-ninth Precinct
police station and surrendered.
He tells the following story con
cerning the Bbootlng, and the causes
which led thereto: - -
I reside with my mother In Sarato
ga, my father having parted from her
some years ago. My lather is an au
thor, and I have been studying law.
I think my father is about foriy-one
years old, bit do not know where he
was born. Mr father baa not iived
with my mother Blnce we left bere
three years ago, but he has repeatedly
sent us threatening and insulting let
ters. It is only a short time since he
threatened to shoot my mother and
myself. I shot bim because of this.
Not long ago I met him in the street
in Saratoga, and I thca told him that
if he did not keep away from ns or in
sulted my mother any more 1 would
shoot him. I told him that there
luinnila whiftl T WOllld Tlflt. Ill-
inw nv man ti Mi hevond with irja-
avw .7 " o
punity, and especially when mother
was being intuited. I went to his
bouse yesterday and left a ; Dote for
bim to call on me, which he did this
morning. When he came in the room
I drew out a revolver and told him to
promise me that he would not threat-
in.u ... Anv mnrs whir.h he
promised. Shortly afterward we be
gan speaking -on family matters ua
1. ... . AAnn a mm inenlttnir l&niruACA.
uc uscu miuv ij o c
and put his hand in bis pocket as
though to a raw out a pisiui, wucu
Kim. iTa tliQn AmA tnward me.
UU, UIU1 ...-. - -
.h i toA thmA cthfT oh ota at him.
When I fired the last shot at him he
had me by the collar. 1 only regret
Iki. n .nmnnt nf tha efVfP.t it Will
have on my family. I would like
Judge Barbour to know this, as he
was interested in tne case oeiore.
Dr. Marsh did not find any pistol in
the pockets of the deceased, but found
the note left for bim by bis son in his
breast pocget. iue luiiuwiug
copy of the note:
I want to try and settle some fam
ily matters. Call at the Sturtevant
Bouse after an hour or two. If I am
not there I will leave word at the of
fice. F. H. Wax worth."
At the time of his death Walworth
was publishing a Eerial story in the
New York Weekly, and had another
novel in press. Chief Justice Bar
bour of the Superior Court, on hear
ing of the death of Walwarth ad
journed the court he was holding,
the deceased being his nephew, and
alsoeonofthe late Chancellor Wal
The Tribune furnishes the follow
ing: Mrs. Walwoith. a little more
than three years ago, instituted pro
f ceediugs for divorce and eventually
' obtained a bill of separation, on the
ground of cruel treatment on the part
oiher husband. She received the
sympathy and support of the relatives
ofhersell and husband and all who
were conversant with the facts in the
rase. Since her separation from him
Walworth bas annoyed her in va
rietal ways, principally by writing her
abusive letters and occasionally
threatening her life. He bas also re
flected upon her character, it ia said,
in an indirect way, in one of his
works of fiction. Mrs. Walworth was
daughter of General Hardin of Illi
nois, a military man of prominence
in the Mexican war, he having espec
ially distinguished himself at . Buena
Vista. ' ,
Frank Walworth, on a commit
ment made out by the coroner, was
removed to the tombs. Mrs. Wal
worth telegraphed to ex-Judge Beach:
"See my son, Frank H. Walworth, at
once, and attend to bis case."- Beach
subsequently had a consultation with
Mansfield T. Walworth was a son
of the hue Chancellor Walworth, the
well-known jurist, and a brother of
Father Walworth, a Romish priest of
some reputation as a revivalist. Mr.
Walworth was a writer of novels, but
never had Mich a reputation as to
make him known to the literary
world. 1 - - - '
JNO. P. DEAN,
. , Wholesale Sealer In
OTJTL3D Xt "X",
HI "W O O TZ 8TKEET,
' PITTSBIJKH, FA.
BLACKSMITHS A- CARPENTERS TOOLS.
BAKES. SCYTHES, SNATHES. HOra an J
PORKS. Finest assortment of CUTLEai
In the city, together with a large and eom
slete assortment of HARDWARE, suitable
or the trade, at Greatly Reduced Rates.
May 7. 1878-esuo.
MAPS! MAPS! MAPS!
MONET! MONET t MONET t
NEW BEA VTIEUL MAP OF OHIO 187J.
Larpe Double Map of the United States and
World. New County. Rail Road, and Dis
tance Map of United States and Territories.
Also, a variety of State Maps and ChxrtR.
Large profits to agents. Terms as liberal as
can M had In the East or West.
B. 8. GREEN.
S6S Superior SL Cleveland. O.
V.vmrr vnar increases the rjOTiulari-
. .1 ' 1 V' TT.!. m.Mt!nn
IV OI UUB VlUliaUiO UOU A icuu AMVu
..v,; a iina j mpni ftinnp. vv n
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully np to its high standard;
Mditis the only reUaWa and perfect
J ed preparation for restoring Geat
or Faded Hair to its youthful color,
dating u sort, lustrous, anu biia.cu.
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff! and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
cot. as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair
tows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
ill create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nomical Hair Dressuto ever used,
ns it requires fewer applications,
and gires the hair a splendid, glossy
apjicarance. A. A. Hayes, M.D.,
Ktntr A vpr of Massachusetts, savs.
KTlie constituents are pure, and care
fall selected for excellent quality ;
and' I consider it the Best Prepa
ration for its intended purposes."
be mix DngaiMU, and Ocalm in Urdtdaes.
Prios One Dollar.
F02. THE WHISKEBS.
; A our Iicnewer in many cases
requirr"! to long a time, and too
niufh cure, to restore gray or faded
Whisker, we baTe prepared this
the, in one preparation ; which will
tiVx'kly and effectually accomplish
this result. It id easily atplied,
and produces a color which will
neither nib nor wash ofll Sold by
nil Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Usnufjctured by R. I. HALL. 4 C0n
FR3H F-TUC J2UAZI Y4"
THE NEW SUBURBAN VILLAGE.
Only 4J miles from the Cleveland Court House, and only mile from the
uuy umits. ah iota nave a r rentage or
Oft J , e . T I .
ou auu iuu ieet wiue, varying in price irom 5 io per loot.
Transfer Made by Warranty Deed or Contract,
; TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
A descrintive Circular sent upon aDblication.
For further fsformation call at or
233 Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio.
April IS. J(f78-8mo
ou reet by isxj reel deep, on avenues
A . . A nA ' .
address LLNNDALE LAND OFFICE
ItOTIEItT IITSTS, Superintendent.
TnpC CANT BEAT THIS
I Una RECORD.
J. P. BiooklDg & Son, of Eaton,
Ohio, testify that one bottle of
area FcTr Tosic cared foar cases
of Aeue. Write I hem and see
abont It ! A box of Pills FREE with every
bottle. SMALL DOSES and QUICK CURES
are WARRANTED ty
W. a HAMILTON CO..
CC7 en AGENTS profits per week.
$3 OU will prove It or forfeit 1500. New
articles last patented. Bam pies sent free
to all. Address W. H. CHID ESTER, 367
Broadway, New York,
HENRT WARD BEECHER'8 PAPER
Largest circulation in the world, grows
wonderfully. It is the best paper, gives sub
scribers the most beantlfarpremlams,otfers
Canvassers the most Liberal Terms. Send
for Circular. J. JB. .FORD t CO.. New York.
pec table employment at borne, day or eve
nlng;no capital required; full Instructions
and valuable package of goods sent tree by
msIL Address, with Sc. return stamp. M.
YOUNG A CO., m Greenwich bL, N. 1.
BTIEBOCS TESTS B1TI PBOTEU THAT
N. F. Burnham's New Turbine
To be the Best Ever Invented.
PAMPHLET FREE. AddrttM, York, Pa.
WEAR "YEADON" MILLS
If res wsst to sees clear sf Colds aa4 Bkeaaur
Ubbu Xothlax ws&kes better, Alvsrs keeps
of). WILL HOT SHBUK Ask yoar Store.
keeper for It,
Breech-loadina Shot Guns. t40 to iSOOl
Double Shot 3uns, 18 to f ISO. Single Guns,
tS to fJi. Rifles, t to tTS. Revolvers, P5 to
125. Pistols, tl to tS. Gun MateriaU, Fish
ing Tackle. Large discount to Dealers or
Ciubs. Army Guns, Revolvers, dec, bought
or traded for. Goods sent by express C O.
D. to be examined belore paid for.
3NT ID XT ZD XI.
Vejylect a ennffh. Xntblnir la mnr certjj In
to lay tne foundation for future evil conse
WELLS' CABBOUG TABLETS
are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respi
ratory organs, ore xcroat. uoias. croup,
tnpmeria, Asinma, uatarrn. Hoarseness,
Dryness of the Throat. WlndDioe. ur Bron
chial Tubes, and all Diseases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken
these Ta blets should be prom ptly and freely
useo. loey equalise me circuiauon oi mc
blood. mltiKate the severity of the attack.
and will, in a very short time, restore heal-
Lily aciion u me aneciea organs.
Well' Carbolic 1 ablets are put up only In
blue bazet. Take no substitutes. If they
can't be found at your druggist's, send at
once to the Agent in New York, who will
lorwara mem Dy return man.
uon i oe ifecetvea oy imuatumM.
Bold by drueglsu. Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN O. KLLLOGS. IK PlaU 6U. N. Y..
Send for Circular. Sole Agent for U. S.
WANTED. Agents to sell Pictures. 13,500
retailed by one. Send stamp. Whit-
KXY k COm Norwich Ct.
A GREAT OFFER !
Wewill pay all Agents.ttOper week 1 n Cash
who will eugwe with us at once. Every
thing furnisbed and expenses paid. Address
A. tAuijiiuK c uua unarioiie, alien.
"pSTCHOMiKCT er 80 FX CHABIKG."
I How either sex mav fascinate and sain
the love and affections of any person they
choose instantly. This simple mental ao-qulremt-nt
all can possess, free, by mall, for
2ho. together with a marriage guide, Egyp
tian Oracle, Dreams, Bints to Ladies, Wedding-Night
Shirt, tc A queer book. Ad
dress A. wiiiiii a Mg a co. ruus. rnua.
30th Thousand In Press. Sale increasing,
i.000 more LIVE AGENTS WANTtl) for our
over 00 pages, only t2,50. Incomplete and
interior worKS are onerea.ioox oui ior mem
Send for circulars and see proof of the great
est success of the season. Pocket Com-
Dsnion worth 110 mailed free. J. K. LOW
RIE. Publisher.) Public ckiuare. Cleveland.
A6EXTS WASTED, SiJK JOB CATALOCUB.
DOMESTIC 3EWIXC? MACHINE CO,
ACENTS WANTED FOR
The spiciest and best selling book ever
published. It tells all about the gteat
Credu Mooilier Scandal, Senatorial Briberies
Congressmen. Rloes. Lobbies, and the woo
deriul BishU of Mie National Capital. It
sells quick. Bend tor clrcu iars, and see our
terms and a fall description of tbe work.
Address, Nations! Publishing Co., Cincin-
uu, uuicago, in., or bu ijouia, mo.
1I0 LEWIS, Editor.
The greatest success of modern Journal
ism, tbe only original American illustrated
paper publiMfaea. Jnstrucltre, Entertaining
snd Progretsive. FREE to every su bscriber,
tbemagnlficent chromo " Just so High."
Tbe most beautiful ever published. Sold
only by subscription. Agents are having
unheard-of success, one Laving taken over
1.5UU names. All nronounce tbls ereatcom-
blnatlon ihe best cbance for money-makln
6TODDART CO., Chicago, I1L
FEVER AND AGUE CURED BY
rhicb combines all tbe alkalosis of tbe Cinch"?
Barlu. anU is aa erTectu&l a rcmedr m tlie S;.l: '.r.
if Qoiaioet while it is much cheaprr ami ir.--paiatabie.
t7Send tamp for deBcrif'.lTe rlrc:.i
wmix aOrmaLae lor iwitik toe tincao-unininr, :
Cestinmiali front PLjaiciani all CTtr the octet rj
frepaml by BILLINGS, CLAPF A CO.,ChrTni
loor eora to Jaa. VL KicboU & Co LVmion,
Bepreeented in Now-York by ft. H. AatUi, .
lohn F. Henry'a, No. 8 Coiiogo Placo.
' It the meet powerful cleanser, strengthener
and remover of Glandular Obstructions
known to Materia Medico.
It is specially adapted to constitutions
"worn down" and debilitated by the warm
weather of Spring and Bummer, when tbe
blood is not in acuve circulation, conse-
quently gathering Imparities from slng
glshe eud imperfect action of the secre
tive organs, and Is manifested by Tumors.
1, to.,e. -
When weary and languid from overwork,
and dullness, drowsiness and Inertia take
the place of energy and vigor, the system
needs a Tonic to buUd It tip and help the
V ltal Forces to regain their reouperatlve
In the heat of rummer, frequently the Liver
and spleen do not properly perform their
functions, the Uterine and Urinary Organs
are inactive, producing weakness of the
stomach and intestines and a predisposi
tion to bilious derangement. ,
3Dr-. 'K7'X3XaXsS ; -
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
Is prepared from the POUTH AMERICAN
PLANT, and Is peculiarly suited to all
these difficulties: ft will cleanse the VITI A.
POWERS, and REMOVE ALL OBSTRUC
TIONS from IMPAIRED AND ENFEE-
It should be lreelv taken, as Jnrnheha Is
pronounced by medical writers the most
efficient Purifier. Tonie and Deobstruent
konwn in the whole range of medical
JU1U U. Kt-l.LAKKi,
18 Piatt St., N. Y sole Agent for the U. B.
Price One Dollar per bottle. Bend for Clr-
w XL C R
Carriage Works !
Sonth of C. 4 M. K. TL Depot,
WARREN, O IIIO.
The oronrietors desire to eall the atten
tion of those wishing any thing In ocr line
for the coming year, to the fact that wehave
ou band and are prepared to bulldih latest
MARKET A5D FIBS WAGOKS.
Also to order. Omnibus. Peddlar, Lightning
Rod and Band Wagons, of the best material
workmanshlp,and finish. Orders solicited
and promptly attended to. Repairing,
and Painting done with neatness and des
patch. All work warranted as we repre.
Owwotrn is. we will cot be under-
na orsurpassedDyany rival in me country
march III. 1874. DRENN EN GOIUT.
PARK & PATCH
SASH AND DOORS.
GLASS & NAILS
Springs & Axles
IRON AND STEEL,
HUBS AM) SP0KES,
Bioar WOODS COUPLETS,
Saddles and Trtinlis
AT TB OU
PARK & PATCH.
A LARGE ADDITION TO OUR
r already splendid lot or Wall Paper.haa
Jam arrived over twelve tboasand rolls of
all descriptions now on hand at
A DA AW Book Store.
WE HAVE COARSE, MEDIUM AND FINE CLOTHING FOR MEN,
WE-HAVE COARSE, MEDIUM & FINKCLOTHING FOR YOUTHS.
WE HAVE COARSE, MEDIUM & FINE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
WE HAVE COARSE, MEDIUM & FINE CLOTHING FOR CHILDR'N
WE HAVE EXTRA, LARGE SUITS FOR MEN.
WE HAVE WHITE & BROWN DUCK COATS & VESTS FOR MEN.
WE HAVE STRIPED ALPACA COATS & STRIP'D VESTS FOR MEN
WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR GENTSYOUTH'S,
WE HOLD OURSELVES RESPONSIBLE TO SHOW
GOODS, AND WE WILL NOT BE
IT ATS, ALL KINDS-WHITE & FANCY SHIRTS-LADIES & GENTS
WINDSOR SCARFS. CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.
Vor the eftetnsl curs of Bbeuma.
asm. Gout, Krurslsia, Dyspepsis, sod
is s Blood Forlsw, It hss no squsl; for
sll dissssss srisiiig from sa lmpars stste
of tb. blood. The BaccvATio Com.
vomro nschss tbe source of all
tronkls. snd .ffeerasDy bsnlsbes the
disuse from tbs systMB byiuim-.
medlsts setioa ea tbs blood.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT
R. E. Seller A Co.
The cheapest, most
Extensive & Fashiona
ble Stock of Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing
Goods, ever exhibited
in the city of Warren,
bund only at the Buffa
o Clothing House.Biv-
er Block, Main Street.
A. L FRANK,
Window Glass Company.
Dealer In English, French, American.
Plate. Ornamental, Car Coach, Pie-,
tore. Floor and Boofing
LOOKING GLASS PLATES.
130 & 132 Cuampiain St.,
K. W. Palhb. Sec'y.
as- Next door to John Worlev's wholesale
Wall Paper IS tore.
April a. iBi -cmo.
ULICrruRS AJiD ATTORNEYS
U. S. MD FOREIGN PATENTS
ASO LATENT LAW CASES.
BUR RIDGE & CO.,
17 Sspsiier SL. ..posits AaterlesB.Boass,ClT-
Us 4. Okie.
With Associated Offices in Washington and
foreign countries. Kear to Hon Wm. Rite
el CbeosicliOh, Warren, Ohio.
j una. ai uni
BOOTS & SHOES !
J. R. LAMB,
G A I T 33 H. S,
MEN, EOYS AND
f&n A full and complete assort-A
tTjl ment of Ladies' and Chll-Sjjl
f LlJ drens' wear, embracing every VV'
"style and size. Also Men and 1 m
Boys' fine and coarse work. My stock la
LARGE AND SUPERIOR
in every particular, and will be sold cheap
as the cheapest.
PSICJSS AND QUALITY SO SUIT CUB
The Manufacturing Department will be
carried on by W. U. HKAGLK, who will
mannfacture toorderat tire lowest prices,
every variety of Boots an-1 Shoes which are
guaranteed to glvesatislMction. as none but
the best o workmen are employed. Call and
see ns at the Sign of the Big Boot, Market
Street, Warren. Ohio.
March 6, ls7-tf
BUY A YARD OF
ITntll you have seen my Immense stock.
Every Desirable Pattern
Can be found in my stock and the price
LOWER 7 II AN THE LOWEST.
LATE STONE at COFFIN.
215 Superior Street,
T M. ABELL.
S. L. ABEL
T. M. Abell & Co.
And Proprietors of the
UP T WN PLANING HILL!
MANUFACTURERS and Dealer
In Flooring. Doors, Hash and Blinds
ding and Wood Work generally. A
lanrestock of RonHu an Dressed Lumber on
band, all of which are offered at .
LOW IIATID a.
Also Custom Logs Sawed at low rates.
ICO.OCO Feet of Poplar
Lumber wanted, a'-so OAK ASH FLOOR
I.VQ In limited quantities, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
T. M. ABELL CO.
Warren Fab. SB. 1STT
Spring Styles of 1873.
HULL & MEASE
Have Jnst'recelved a very large stock of
Boots and Sboes for the Spring and bum
mer wear of IST3, and will sell as cheap as
can be bought in Warren or elsewhere
having for our motto "quick sales andsmal,
profits." We are selling
Men's French Calf, tongue Boots. 15.59
do do do i.OS-
do do do 4.1
do do Kip do do 4,fl0
Farmer's Plow Phoes I.'
Ladies' lace gaiters 3.00
do do do
do Fox do S.
do French Kid Button 40
We are now prepared to furnish the above
line in tbe best and most fashionable styles
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters andsilppers. for Men,
Boys, Ladles. Misses and Children, In end
Leather and Findings
Buffalo Sole " - - - S3 cants.
Buenosayrrs Sole - SO do
French Calf Cornelion, ll.W to,l
American Calf - - 1.10tol,
All kinds of Ceding! at the same rate.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Made to ordsr and repairing done neatly.
Thankful for past patronage, we Invite
all our old customers and as also new ones
to give ns a call before buying elsewhere.
HULL & MEASE,
One door South of McConnell's,
MAIN BT WARREN. OHIO.
April IS. lS7S.-tf.
fAnd Tor RIsb.m loftunnuflfla nf art
kinds. Diphtheria, Wotmds, Brnitss. Boms.
Sprains, Rheumatism, Bote Throat. Bwellhig oi
the filsnds, iDDsmmstionof the Xyes, Broken,
Brut, Prost Biles, CUlbUins, riles, Bm Ctings.
sad all Bores.
Good Tor Beast. Fresh Wonsds, Gills,
Poll Kvtl. Sprmiri., Bruises, Cracked Heels. Ring
Bone, Wind Galls, BpsTlns, Sweeney, Founder,
Lsnwness, Esnd Orscks, ecrslcaes, er llnsaii.
atacge. Bone Distemper. .
Title trnlT wenderftal I.InlBoetltwu
dlecoTerad by HOMER ANDERSON, A.M., bits
Professor or Chemistry suit. Mathemstice in ths
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County. S.I.
tn experimenting for ths purpose of making
Pmraic Acid, by uniting the mdaDendentgiseons
bodies of which it is composed, a rssidaom wss
left, which, on being sppiied to braises sae io-
namea psns, Dy tne somen is oi us insunus, wss
found to poear.ua the remarkable properlvor cool,
ing down snd carrring off the inflammation and
soreness at once, and restoring tbe parts to sound
ness snd health in alcsr hoars wuaout pain or
It ls net a heating Liniment, but
acts by Its peculiar specific or chemical qnalinea
tn diasolring snd scattering tie soreness snd la
Cam ma lion of the Injured part. By a free sp
phcauon, tbe red surface soon becomes cool,
moist snd natural, snd Is i ester ad to nstaraj
heal Lb without supporstioa or doa traction.
As a Liniment for none Fleck, for
the cure of all the ailments asssed share, we
challenge ths world to find its eqasi. ;
Price 32 & 60 cents per bottle.
IX EAISOX, SOX & (XX, lWi
be notice in local colama.
H. H. HOIWiSH
leaf Tobaceo Warchonse,
EsUblisbed 1851, for the sale of Ohio Seed
Leaf and Kentucky. Tobaccos,
67, 6, 1 (t Wt Frost UU. foot f Ss
slos Bridge, CINCINNATI.O.
The only Tobacco War.btu.e In Cincin
nati, who have a seed leaf ttade. Auction
sales every Saturdsy, and private lots for
sale dally. Liberal advances made on To
bacco received by ns.
CHAB. BODMAVK A Co..
Jan. 15, lS7S-m Proprietors.
Bonglass. Freeman & C.,
We have lately added new pattorni
to our larga stock, and are now pre
pared to furnish
FIRST CLASS GEARED
SAW HILLS COMPLETE,
Patent Sets & Frd Clocks,
For from 25,00 npsaius. We are
Manufacturers of all size of
Seared and dlieet attachment Circular
FLAX BRAKES, 0ILPBKSSE8
cfiU ameripUODM. m.nnfaetnr.r.oi
DOUGLASS PATEJiT SET TT0RX9
ASD D0GGI5U MACJ1I5E FOR
Iron & Brass Castings
of all kinds made to order. Particular at
tention paid to
E0LLI5G it ILL,
BLAST FTR5ACE WORK,
CASTINGS. e.. Ax.
Also, Agents for Jndson's erlebrated
CORNER MAIM CANAL STREETS,
Vv arron, OLiio
ar-Send for illustrated Catalogue.
August 38, 1872.
T 33 WinZi XL I
Ls dm' and Gents Fine Old
Fine Gold Chains and Necklaces.
All kinds of watch repairing will receive
my personal attention. Irregular running
watcbes changed to good time keepers.
Flue watcb.s neatly repaired, classed and
aw-ranted. Wast side Main Street. Warren
Ohio. K. H. HULL.
LEFPINGWELL & CO.,
Plate sold at Naw York- nrlea.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers tn Fr.nch and
American Window and PlctureOlass, Orna
mental (Colored, Enameled, Ground, Cut, dt
Kougb and Fluted Plate Glass, and Gla
ciers' Supplies). Dtamondsfutty.Polnts.de.
LOOKING GLASS PLATES.
No. 67 St. Clair St., Cleveland, Ohio.
' e Estimates and samples furnished on
application. apr. a,t-mo.
HO! HO! HO!
STOP A LITTLE.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY FAMILY
Groceries, Produce, Toys or Varielles.call
at No. to west aids Main attreet, at
Jan. 15, 167 J-lyr D. BIM HOP'S
WELVE THOUSAND ROLLS
of Wall Paper and Borders of all styles
just ree'd at A DAllS' Bookstore
ADAMS & CO. .
1m T. OILDEB
DARLING & GILDER
pmt.sTta i if
1STHRACITE, C1JJXL, T0l(IIII0HE5T,
CnCRCn BILL, 915ER1L RIDGE
Coal and Black. Delivered to any part of
the city at the lowest current rates.
Office on west side of Main St.: 8d door
north of Mahoning Depot. Also Agents for
iu iALjiAirtf Afla it jut rirs tu.
flu Terms Cash on Delivery.
Feb 31. 167Z
We are manufacturing a full line of goods.
TO BS OF JSB
We will not be undersold for the
Same Quality of Goods.
Everything In our line, not on hand, will be
MADE to ORDER PROMPTLY.
Feet of Walnut Lumber Wanted.
call asd look at our goods.
TRUESDELL & TttWNSEND.
Main BtWsrren.O.. in. 15. 1ST
THF BEST PAI.1T IN THE WQLRD.
As j Shade frsst Pars Wklte to Jet BIsck.
A combination of the purest paint with
India Rubber forming a smooth, glossy, rm,
durable, elastic and beautiul Paint, unaffect
ed by change of temperature; is perfectly
water-proof, and adapted to all classes of
work, and is In every way a Deuer paint ior
ltber Inside or outside painting than any
other Daint in the world, being from one
third to one-fourth cheaper, and lasting at
least three times as long as tbe beet lead
end oil paints. Be sure that our Trade
Mark (a foe simile of which is given above) is
on every package. Prepared ready for use
and sold by ths gallon only. For sale by
April 23. ls7S-3mo
McBcrtj & McCorniack
proprietors the down town
Announce to the public that their new
establisbemnt Is now In operation and
supplied with the best machinery,
and are prepare to fill orders for
And also House Fnrnlshing Materials, such
as FLOORING, SIDINU.bHLN'ULEd, pine
snd hemlock lumber. Ac Ac
Ho pains will be spared to give oar cus
tomers entire satisfaction.
May IS 1872-tf
Mannfacturer of Italian
and American Marble
Furniture Slabs, 1c, Ac 1
can alxo furnish Scotch nd
on short notice Designs
ept on hand or made to or
der .tnr the benefit of cnsUim
era. Work warranted to give
BuoD on Liberty Qtret one
deor south' olr'trsv.-atHnal
1 1 1 &
It Is aaid that the Shoshone Indiana
in Nevada, are preparing to go out on
a big hunt for white scalps.
The Pope of Rome, whose health has
keen very feeble for several weeks, ia
Fifty-nine liyes were lost by the
Drummond, Nova Scotia, colliery disas
ter. It made 39 widows and Si -father
"Wouldn't you call this a calf of
the leir ?" asked John, pointing to
his nether limbs. "No," replied Pat,
"I should say it was the leg of a calf."
The Ashtabula Sentinel ays that
E. 8. Gleason, of Lenox, cut a white
ash treee recently which made 3664
feet oriumber, 3300 feet sold iorb.
Marshal MacMahon was electedPres
identof the Republic of France on the
25th Inst, vice M. Thiers, resigned. The
ministers composing tbe Cabinet of the
lata President have also resigned, and a
new one will be formed at once. This
event caused intense excitement in Par
is but no disturbances have occurred.
Why is it that some of our "relig
ious" newspapers will not restrain
the Rushing fervor of certain corres
pondents? Here from one of them ia
the description of a Bishop's sermon :
"In his address the lips of the prelate
seemed touched with nre, the clerey
around the holy place infused with
light ; and the about-to-be recipient
of the priesthood sat before his spirit
ual lather in the meekness of a child
The large congregation present seem
ed spiritualized as the quick flashes
or holy thought pianced lor in in
words from the mouth of tbe speak
er." Pray, wasn't that congregation
in some danger of the fate of Semele ?
Again, in an account of a missionary
preacher at the West, it is said : "To
see one of these audiences would be a
curious sight, some sitting, some ly
ing full length in their bunks, on all
sides, and even behind the preacher's
ba:k, with only their heads project
ing ; and these they would sometimes
pull in when a heavy storm of denun
ciation of their particular sins was
launched at them, and put them out
again when the storm had passed
over. So the gentle violet meekly
bends its head in early Spring until
the chilling gust passes over." To
this we have nothing of comment to
add. The violet is too much for us.
We take pleasure in id that we
have purchased, on unusually favorable
terms, a very
Large Stock of Carpets,
Comprising all grades from a cheap Hemp
to a One Brussels, with a large assortment
of patterns in the medium snd bett-r class
of wool carpets. We shall devote the entire
second floor of our buildiDg to the display
of Carpets, and shall offer to rnr patrons
uie inaucemeni oi very
In the line of ordinary
we Invite special attention to Black Silks,
.Pure Mounrs, ana niaeic A ipacas, wiw a
full line of staple and lancy
In all their varieties, at less than market
rates. In Cloths. Casslmeres. Jeans, Cot
tonades 4c, we have a large stock, and will
sell cheap. We are enabled to offer at bar
gains Lace Curtains, Oil c hades. Curtain
HU311D and curtain r ixiures,
Napkins, Towels. Counterpanes, Bleached
ana Brown Sheetings und bh.irtinfjs. Fancy
bhlrtines. Ginghams. Prints, We have just
received for the spring trade, a Ho aorv-
Ladies' and Childrens' Shoes,
which we will sell cheap. Call, Examine, and
save money. We will pay the highest mar
ket price tn
Vov Butter and Eggs.
PECK & BROTHER.
March 5 tin
BOOTS & SHOES
Has Just opened a large stock of Boots.3hoes
and (ialter, for Ladies, Mises, Men, Boys
and Children. A full and
Always on hand, embracing every style
and size. My stock is
Large and Superior,
and will be sold cheap for cash.
CALL AKD SEE HE
at my new store, near Sugar Grove Hotel,
south side of Main Street.
. W. A. CRAFT.
may 14, is.3 -ario
Is widely known
as one of the most
dies ever discov
i ered for cleans-
' ? and purifvinj the
: '?Wir' blood. It bas
HJU&C, years, with a con-
u-oer stantly growing
reputation, based on its intrinsic virtues,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to be safe and beneScial to
children, and yet so searching as to
effectually pute out the great corrup
tions of the blood, such as the scrof
ulous and syphilitic contamination.
Impurities or diseases that have lurked
in the system for years soon yield to
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers,
Eruptions and eruptive disorders of
the skin. Tumors, Blotches, Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Kose or Ery
sipelas, Tetter. Salt Klieuru,
Scald Head. liing"worm. and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapted, such as Drop
sy, Dyspepsia, Fits, Jfeuralsria,
lieart Disease, Female Weak
ness, Debility, and Leucorrhoea,
when they are manifestations of the
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. By renew
ing tlie appetite and vigor of the diges
tive ortrnns, it dissipates the depression
and listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves cn with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical nnd Anmlytical Chemists.
VOLS BT ALL BBCSGISTS EVESTWIIEKB. I
YAUTROT & ACKLEV
We would lnrermonnnendsandiaeptrolle.
ub, m removing our jewelry store to our
we have greatly enlarged oar stock In every
department, and have also added a
fine Stock of
Also' a very fine Stock of
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
From the best manufacturers. We would
ym. ntumi sifcieil LiOQ IOOQX StOCXOI
Which we think cannot be rarpassed In any
of the large elUee.
ALSO ALL THE NEW STYLES OF
CHAINS AND JEWELBY
SOLID SIL VEX- WARE t
From the celebrated Oorham Manufactory
ana jruaea. 1, ore inai is seiaom equal lea
In quality and finish.
PATENT PEOPLE'S WATCH.
Watch work and Engravln? always done
J. Vactbot. Jr. may 8. 1872.
Packinsr; Hose, Clothing.
Lacb Lzatbeb ass
Hoyt's Leather Belting.
W. H. H. PECK.
149 Water St, Cleveland, Ohio.
AprU 18, lsTJmo
BEAR in mirjD
1 IDCL.T kflllT mmA
UlXalL Fl BMTIHE
St 1.0 H Cat PK1CES
THAN ANT OTHER HOUSE In the WEST.
A. S. HEKE5DEX k CO.
Ill Bank St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Feb. 26, 18T3.-4mo
Editor Chbosiclb :
Allow me to salute my friends throngh
vour columns tossy to them, tbst I have
returned from the bu era Markets with a
choice selection of goods lor
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
F. H. Broadcloths and Doeskins. Nobby
patterns of Vesting?, and some vary
handsome styles of
As heretofore, all garments shall be trim
med with none but the
BEST OF TRIEII3INGS.
Also none but first class Journeymen Tailor
employed to make up the same, giv
ing all the
BEAUTY AND FINISH
that approved Judgment and good taste
may design. In all respects, (and
I mean no humbug) I will en
deavor to sustain myself
Creditably and Honorably
In all that I may do. . I desire to be favora
bly considered and remembered by
these In want of
D BESS & BUSINESS SUITS,
SPR15G 0TEKC0ATS, etc., etc.
Warren. O., March 19, lSTC-tf
TE OPEN THIS "WEEK
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
and all tbe LATEST STYLES In
Ladies please examine our Goods.
AT O ONE IN TOWN or COUNTY
I keeps the same styles of Wall Papers
as can be seen at AW MS' tnx aatoie.
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