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l. 6.W. E.E.
Trains leave Warren m follow :
- WF.sTWARD. "
Fisst Class 4:48 m ; 8:07 m ; 12:53
m ; 1:17 p m i 6:13 p m.
Seoond Class -S.-00 p m ; 10:32 p m.
Fibst Clabs &57ain; :4oain; 6:
p ra; 10:82 c m.
Homwui fctt am: 11:55 s m.
Trains arrive at Baeonsburg. as follows:
r.ao.Hi w.n at in-ill m Aocommo-
dauon 7:30 p. m. Westward-Mall lrGO pjnj
AteommodaUosi, 7:4a, a. m. Tralnsva.Kd
Bur Hll-S-Jitward rrlv ' 10:84, "J"-.
8.-00 p. m. Westward Mail 138 p Ac
eommodaUon 7.-21. a. m. Train 29 at
" JLLH05I56 DIYISI03.
Eastward Trains leave Warren as follows:
Xr4u, p. bl; koU, a. n; a-au, p. n; . !- ,".
Westward Trains tears Warren as follows:
8:10. p. su two, a. m; -J, p. m. KJu,a.
ASHTABULA. YOUJeSTOrVS A3TD
. rilTSiiLlibiii H. tf.
AooomfoDATioir, Leaves Warren at 5:25
. , . .r.Mn -t Pltubnrzh at fc40. a. m
Ketarnins North, the Aeoommodatlon
lcvs Pittsburgh at 4-5, p. n; arriving at
Ejtran-W Going Sooth, leaves Warren at
:. a. nu; arriving at Pltubo'h at 1,10 p. m,
itetaming it leaves Pittsburgh at 7:uU,a. m,
arriving at Warren at 11:25, a. m.
rnniaHT. Leaves Warren at I, p. EX; ar-
rlvlnc at Youmswvd . , p. ww"i
North It leaveTwarren at:-, a. n; ar
rives at North BrlsSwl at lilt. P. m.
" KIXES A KETT LISBON BKA5CH
Leave Nlles at 1";13 sjn.: arrive at Letonls
at 11:8a a. n.j at New Lisbon at 12:10 p.m.
No, 8 leaves lilies at:50p. nu arrives at
Letonla et&.-05 p. m.; at New Lisbon at 8:a0
p. m- Trains leave New Lisbon tat p.
m and 6.-45 a, m.; train arriving at N lies at
:s, p. and 7:47 a. m; connecting there
with trains on the lah"lT1g Division.
Hall Close at the "Warre- Post Office
New York City and points East, dl-
rect. special pouch 8:27 a, m.
Way- A?& U. W. B J - fcl -
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, endlnte-
rlor ol Penn'a, iwN.dN.L B'y ftlf "
Way via a M. B'y to SharonAU
Warren to Sharon, (Stage) , . .l-4 P- "
Cleveland, and points west sooth
also east via L. B. B'y7:8Ua. m. 4: p,m.
Way ma CAM B'y 4:40 P-
Way-na A. i. W. Ry P-
Way, via Nlles AN. L. K'y MO a. m
Wav-i A. T. P. By 11 -00 a.m.
We bave reoeived the Spring style
f Silk Hats. Also, new styles in Men's,
Tonth's and Boys' Baits. Come end see
them, and tell us what you think of oar
$16.00 suits. Be sure you are right, fhen
make your purchases for cash.
, Adams A Co.
WaTMEBBAT. JTLT tX. tBTt,
LOCAL and PERSONAL
The Warren cheese market is report
ed by dealers as being active at 10c
The Disciple eh arch is being re
painted and otherwise improved In ap
pearance. The late Samuel Derr, of this city, had
tlOOO life insorsnoe st the Agency of
Green apples claimed to be ripe
from Kentucky, are selling in this mar
ket at SO eta. per dot,
Moses Folsom, editor of the Chariton,
Iowa, Patriot, was in the city on Thurs
day and favored as with s esIL
There will be an examination of
teachers for Nlles TJnion School, Aug.
8, 1873. All. who deslrs s situation in
the school will please be present.
We publish elsewhere in this paper
a statement from the Treasurer of the
Board of Edaoatioa which will be of
considerable interest to our city readers.
An election for two members of the
School Board TJnion District, of Warren,
each to serve for three years, will be held
at the Court House to-day, commencing
at tea o'clock, a. m.
Mr. J. W. Allen, formerly City
Street Commissioner, removed from
Warren, en yesterdsy, to Newton Falls,
Co go into the hotel business, fie will
keep the Eckman House.
By aa advertisement in this paper it
will be noticed that B, H. Barnum will
hays a pnblie sale of household and oth
er goods, on Saturday, August B, at his
reaidenoe on Bssetts Street.
The German proverb which svers
that when the aeoond of July a church
holliday is relay day, tain will fall on
nearly every succeeding day of the
the month, seems likely to be verified
this year. ' .
The Ash tabula county Musiealsso
elation will hold their - next convention
"Vt Orwell, under the direction of Prof,
Ii. O. Emmersen, of Boston, commenc
ing August 28, and continuing four days.
All singers are cordially invited.
During the absence of Bev. N. I.
B alley the Presbyterian and Methodist
congregations will worship together.
The morning service will be held at the
M. E. Church and the evening service
at the Presbyterian church. This ar
rangement will take effect next Sabbath.
On Sunday, 13th insL, the Youngs
town Miner and ifaa. states that at
Hubbard a grand reception was given to
Bishop Gilmour, by ancient order of
Hibernians, IrUh Americans and Irish
temperance - societies, from this and
Mahoning Connty and Mercer Co., Pa.
A young man named Jones, while at
tempting to get on a coal train on the
Klleo & Kew XJabon B, near Miner
al Ridge, last Friday, fell between the
cars, was run over and killed. He was
intending t go to Weaver's Corners to
visit a brother residing there. His par
ents live in Milten, ' j
An obituary notice states that on
the 25th nlL, Zatfsyette Strickland, of
Champion, was in a field hoeing, . when
a thunder storm coming on he went un
der a tree, which was struck by light
ning, the fluid striking him and cauainB
instsntdeath. He wss aged 40 years,
and leave a wife and four children,
The annual session of the Trumbull
County Teachers' Association will be
held at the Court House In this city,
eommendEgon Monday, Aug. 18th.
Pro! E. E. White, editor of the Educa
tional Monthly, and Prof. Williams,
the Cleveland High School, will teach
and lecture, Prot, C. C. Case and lad;
will give instruction in musio. .
An accident secured at Hubbard,
on the 12th Inst., by which an old man
named Spenoer Lytle, was so seriously
injured that he died the next morning
about one o'clock. Lytle was standing
on a trestle work near the depot, when
an approaching engine struck - hinx
knocking him to the ground. He leaves
a wife who resides in Hubbard.
The 29th Reg't, a Y. V. L, will hold
their next Annual Meeting upon the
original muster grounds of the Regi
ment at Jefferson, ' Ashtabula County,
on the ISth, 14th and 15th days of Au
gust, 1S7S. The 14th bring the anniver
sary day of .the master in of Co. A, the
first Company formally received of the
regiment. . -' - ' '
The following Is the score made at
the match hut Saturday for the medal
of the Buckeye Shooting Club, ten birds
each, one ounce shot :
Walter Tyler- 0 OMiailOe 04
M. IX Phelps.., 0 11100111 06
N. B. Tyler 1 10101110 17
F. L Freemsn.,..0 06109111 16
H. C Reid-w.....jQ 100010110-4
A private match was also shot by R.
O. Swindler, of KUes, and M.D. Phelps,
at 10 birds, which waa won by the form-
,.C? i t v -f " . v$r .
On Saturday nleht last the book
store of Geo. Adams, of this place, was
entered by burglars. They enectea an
entrance bv borinn a hole Just above the
lock of the rear door sufficiently large
to admit the hand, and In this way un
locked the door. They were illy paid
for their trouble however, as there wss
only flay or sixty cents worth or scrip
in the money drawer. Money seems to
have been the object of their visit as no
merchandise, except, perhaps, a few
pocket books, wss taken. It is to be
hoped that, by the vigilance of our offi
cers and the citizens generally, this
gang of nocturnal marauders will soon
come to grief.
The Akron Beacon says that a corps
of A. AG. W. K. R. engineers are en
gaged in surveying aline fof a new road
to be built by that company from Akron
to Youngstonrn, thence to Mead villa. In
view of the fact that that company has
now a road direct from Akron to Mead
ville, and also a line, the Mahoning B.
B, to Youngs town and Sharon, and in
addition to these facts is constantly hard
np financially, it is not probable it will
embark soon in any such costly enter
prise ss suggested. When more is
known, quite a different object will
probably be found to be at the bottom
of the movement.
The smtt rains on Monday and
Tuesday nights, last week, caused a rap
id and remarkable rise of all the streams
in this section in some Instances the
volume of water in the small creeks be
ing greater than at any time during the
nest SO wears. The Mshoning wss near
ly up to highest water mark and over
flowed the flats west ana soutn oi town
maveral fhet daen. Howe's show, which
exhibited here on Wednesday, barely
escaped the encroachments oi tne now
which reached to and nearly snrrounaea
the canvass. The five elephants were
allowed to so into the water near by,
and had a grand splashing time for
about ten uinutee.
On nfondav last abont EO Italians.
employees on the P. A Y. narrow gange
near Girard, demanded their pay of sub
contractor Forrest, who said he could
only pay them in part then, whereupon
they became riotous. .Forrest toox s
train to Tonnes town, where he wss fol
lowed by the men who attempted to get
hold of him, but he ersdea them Dy tne
M nf the nollee and eacSDed throueh B
back door of the Tod House, driving off
in s buggy. The misunderstanding will
probably be settled in a day or iwo.
Louie Laird, eon of O. P. Laird, of
Mesopotamia, reading a paragraph
wherein some one boasted of their suc
cess in keeping apples, says he can beat
It and exhibited us some SDecimens of
of well preserved last year's green ap
ples, with which only ordinary care had
A New County Atlas.
' Messrs. Everts, Stewart A Co., auth
ors of the new popular combination
Atlas, have commenced a canvass of
Trumbull county, to ascertain if the
necessary number of subscribers can be
obtained to warrant (hem in getting up
one of their very elaborate, accurate and
beautiful Atlases of the county. We
hsve exsmined copies of Atlases of two
other counties, and they are very far
ahead of anything ever attempted in the
line of county Map or Atlas. Every one
who may hare the opportunity to ex
amine one should do so, as they proba
bly have never seen anything to compare
with it. We hope the proprietors of this
valuable work may meet with abund
Th! i season the Springs are daily
thronged with visitors, from this city,
Kiles, Youngstowa, Sharon, and inter
mediate places. Two more springs hsve
been rendered accessible to guests by
the construction of a nicely graded walk
along the west side of the deep, rocky
glen running south from the house.
These springs pour forth dear streams of
pure cold water, in one white sulphur
giving a quite perceptible but not un
pleasant flavor, while in7 the other iron
predominates. The three springs on
these grounds hsve, by saientifie analy
sis, been proven to contain healthful
medicinal properties, and under more
favorable circumstances would probably
soon become famous.
About this time spring chickens are
plenty at the Springs and are an attract
ive feature of the well spread table of the
accommodating host and hostess.
The June term of the Court of Com
mon Pleas came to an end on Monday,
the 14th. Our reporter being abeenb
we append a report of some of the pro
ceedings furnished us by a member of
The ease of Moses L. Richards vs. D.
R. Chapman, was decided by his honor
Judge Gltddkn, and as the ruling seem
ed to some of the counsel as involving
a novel doctrine, so much of the ease
is sppended as makes the point of lsw
apparent. ' It was an action brought
for the surrender of a paper purporting
to be a sale and assignment by Richards
to Chapman, dated Oct. 25th, 1870, under
seal and witnessed, but not acknowl
edged, of all Richards' interest in a
a large quantity of mineral lands in
Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania, held
jointly in foe by Chapman and Richards,
with agreement to execute release deeds
for same to Chapman or his assigns
whenever called upon, the consideration
expiessed, being J 100, and the release by
Chapman of claims for divers amounts
advanced in the mineral land enterprise,
and the relinquishment of contracts,
and providing, also, that Richards was
to be kept harmless by Chapman from
payment of the expenses incurred in
obtaining deeds and leases, developing
the lands, ele amounting to a large
Also to recover of defendant plaintiffs
half of over 120,000 alleged to have been
received by defendant for lands and In
terests jointly sold and conveyed by
plaintiff and defendant, previous to the
giving of the writing above alluded to.
The plaintiff claimed that the writing
was Intended to be and was in foot, an
authority to sell, for mutual benefit,
and on joint account ; and that there
was no reel consideration for the eon-
The defendant claimed that the wri
ting was a bona fide contract to sell and
oonvey to defendant plaintiffs half of
said coal property, in consideration of
defendant's agreement to release the
estate of plaintiffs father from, end va
cate contract of sals, on which was claim
ed due over f 10,000, and to assume all lia
bilities of plaintiff and defendant,
amounting to nearly 120,000, which Inclu
ded some liabilities on which judgment
hsd been rendered against plaintiff and
defendant at present term. Also, that it
was intended. In the contract to insert a
clause releasing to Chapman all claim
to any money arising from previous
sales, but by mistake in reducing the
contract to writing the release was omit
ted, and prayed that the same be reform
ed so ss to expwss the real intent And,
by cross-petition, asked thst plaintiff
be ordered to execute release deeds as
agreed in the contract, to which latter
claim, plaintiff objected that defendant
not having performed his part by, releas
ing plaintiff and keeping him harmless
from said liabilities, but had suffered
judgment to be rendered which remain
ed unsatisfied, defendant was not enti
tled to specific performance, even if the
contract waa to be regarded as bona fide.
The Court, in deciding the case, re
fused to reform the contract as prayed
by the defendant, but ruled that It
might be specifically enforced, holding
that the undertaking merely of defend
ant to keep plaintiff harmless from the
liabilities referred to, was a sufficient
consideration, and decreed a specific
performance on part of plaintiff to make
conveyance of his half of the coal prop
erty to defendant, and rendered a decree
generally in favor of defendant Plain
tiff gave notice of appeal. Judge Sutliff
for plaintiff; Taylor and Jones for de
fendant. The case of F. T. Backus et. si. vs. R.
B. Potter, Receiver of A. A G. W. Rail
way Co., for the trial of which the ad
journment to this day wss had, was
heard upon motion to send the case to
a Referee, and then npon motion to con
tinue. F. E. Hutchtns, Esq., appeared
as counsel for the Receiver and argued
in favor of the motion to refer. Hon.
Jno. Hutchins and Judge Burke
were heard contra, and the motion was
overruled. Same counsel then present
ed motion to continuo, which, after de
liberation, was slso overruled. On mo
tion of plaintiffs, a special term was or
dered to be called 2br August 13, at
which time the case is expected to be
tried to a jury. The case relates to the
burning of oertain oil works, etc., at
Cleveland, owned by plaintiffs, through
the alleged carelessness of employees of
defendant. It was ones tried before L.
W. Ford, Esq., of Cleveland, as Referee,
and report made, giving plaintiffs dama
ges in about the sum of ninety thousand
dollars, which, on motion for new trial,
wss reduced by Judge Coxbnt to abont
sixty thousand dollars, from which de
fendant took second trial.
In the Guraey case, (the proceeding
in which General Potter was appointed
Receiver), a hearing' was had on the
motion of Messrs. Otis A Adams, of
Cleveland, for allowance of their bill for
services and expenses as Attorneys for
the Receiver in the Backus case, and in
divers other cases, extending over s
period of three or four years, and after
hearing the testimony of witnesses, the
bill as presented, amounting to 19,000
was allowed, and ordered to be paid by
In the case of Ward vs. Laird, judg
ment wss, on motion of defendant set
aside and leave to answer given. Tay
lor for motion ; Stall contra.
Complaint having been made, the
Prosecuting Attorney commenced pro
ceedings in contempt against Henry
Fisher, of Mineral Ridge, for violation
of order of Court, in keeping open a
saloon after notice of order to close, un
der the fourth section of the liquor law.
The Storm—Two Children Drowned.
Editor Chboniclb : But little hay
has been made in this ttown this week,
for it has rained nearly every day and
night since Mondsy. From Mondsy
noon till Tuesday morning it was asoer.
tained by measurement, that eight inch
es of rain fell. The bottom lands were
submerged with water, destroying some
of the crops. The grass wss flooded so
thst some of U will not be worth cut
ting ; oats are damaged, and corn in
some Instances is kiiled by the water i
malning on the ground so long. During
the thunder shower last Monday night,
Mr. C. W. LinscoH lasts mare that they
prized very much as a family beast. She
was struck by lightning and killed, not
being at the time near any tree or build
ing. The hair wss singed on her forward
legs, being all the marks of the electric
ity visible. Mr. Linscott said he would
not feel worse to have lost two hundred
dollars in money, although she was not
worth that On Friday morning of this
week, Mr. Job Reynolds lost a stack of
hay which was struck by lightning snd
burned. It wss old hay made last sum
Two daughters of Mr. Henry Coombs,
sged respectively 12 snd 14 years, were
drowned In "Beaver Ron," in the east
part of this town, on Saturday evening
the 19th insL The circumstances were
ss follows: The girls were sent after
the cows, with the injunction from their
mother, "not to go into the water," (for
which they had evinced a very strong
desire during the dsy.) Soon after the
cows appeared but the girls did not, and
at once a terrible dread filled the moth
er's heart that all was not right. A
search was immediately instituted but
proved fruitless, for that evening, it be
ing thought unwise (in the swoolen
state of the stream caused by the recent
rains) for any person to venture into the
water in the darkness. On Sabbath
morning the search was resumed and
about eight, a inu, their B 'class bodies
were found but a very short distance
from each other. It appears they had
planned some sort of aquatic enjoyment,
for, notwithstanding the restrictions
they were under, they had managed un
beknown to their mother to make some
change In their apparel, the older one
putting on the drt&s of the younger, and
she In turn doning the dress of a sister
8tib younger, ss they would be shorter
Uvin their own, and leaving their bon
nets at home. Thus attired they sallied
fo-th, little dreaming in their girlish
happiness to what a sad fate they were
so joy full 7 hastening. It is supposed
they must have accidentally fallen into
the deep water where they were drown
ed. This furnishes a solemn warning to
children to obey the scriptural command
"Children obey your parents." They
are both to be buried in one grave and
one casket. The stricken parents are al
most heart-broken. They bave the kind
sympathies of the whole community in
their ssd bereavement. Sbtab,
Editor Cobokicu : Haying ' and
harvesting is just fairly commencing.
The wheat crop this year is full an aver
age with common years ; also, there la a
very fair cut of hay anticipated. Oor
corn in consequence of the wet weather
a week or two past, is rather small. '
We have at the Disciple Church quite
a large sabbath school, considering the
size of the church ; it numbers ninety
two, I believe, and is still increasing.
It is under the management of Rev. S.
S. Bartlett. .' ',
The school together with the Farmer's
Club of this place, held a ptcnio in Wil
ber's grove on the 28th of June. The
affair would have passed off splendidly,
had it not been for the storm that broke
in aa they were partaking of the good
things prepared for the occasion.
We wish to express our thanks to the
Bacopsburg Brass Band for some very
excellent musio discoursed by them on
the evening of the eleventh inst. The
evening wss an uncommonly still one
and the effect of the music was Indeed
soul stirring. . H.
July 14th, 1873.
A 41k of Jily balloon, which had been
on a high, descended on John Blair's
farm and scared all the patriotism out of
a boy who was going for the cows. He
don't think it a very grand or beautiful
sight to see a balloon, especially if it
goes rolling and crawling along the
We are well supplied with farmers
pests, (please don't make it pets, Mr.
Printer) that is, grasshoppersand Colo-
rsdobngs. As a matter of news, Mr.
Editor, which you may not have heard,
yet it is a fact, money has got most dis
agreeably tight. Now who furnished
the wherewithal to make money tight,
is the question T
The Farmers' Club of this place are
talking of a festival, of which due notice
Will be given. G. M. K.
Editor Chrokicxk : I send you an
item of interest which I expected to see
in your paper before this:
During the rain storm Saturday, June
2Sth, the lightning struck and instantly
killed a man named Strickland. He
a hceing potatoes in a field belonging
to Mr. Amos Weiss, some distance from
the house, and went under a tree for
shelter. The lightning struck the tree,
left the tree, striking Mr. Strickland on
the top of the head, passing down each
of his limbs, tearing a hole in each boot.
Not returning to the house at evening,
his wife went to the field to look for him
and found him dead nndea the tree.
Champion, July 18th, 1873. E. L. S.
CHAMPION. I. O. G. T.
Trumbull County Lodge will meet at
Church Hill, August 14, 1873, at 11 a. m.
It Is expected special train will run
from G irard over and return, so as to ac
commodate all who wish to go. The
local Lodge is preparing to entertain all
comers, and a grand good time is ex
pected. Evening exercises open to all.
Gather them in, friends, and let us sdopt
such measures as will make things live
ly snd cheer the hearts of our Church
HiU friends. J. F. Peabck, W.CT.
Mineral Ridqb, July 14, 1873.
Ballou's Maoazise fob August.
The Anirnst number of Ballou's Maga
zine contains s story of Arctic adventure,
.. , j
written by sn old whaleman wno passea
a winter among the ice and snow, frozen
in for nine months. Besides this story,
there are a dozen or more of others, ins
Mmrazine is chean. and one hundred pa
ges of reading matter are supplied for
fifteen cents, or f L50 per year, and a pret
ty little Chromo as a premium, ah tne
lwk n timbers from the first of January
supplied by the publishers, Thomes A
Talbot, 36 Bromfield Street, uoston.
Adopted by the ladies of Vie " wo
men' Foreign Mtinlonary Society,"
of Greensburgh. Ohio.
Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father, in his all wise proviuence, to
remove from us by the hands of death,
our beloved sister, Mrs. Pluma Wil
liams, a life member of this society,
and an earnest co-worker with us,
D...r.f Ti,t nlfhnncrli nor sister in
ICJU l Auww c -
the midst of her usefulness, heard the
summons, it iscnough come up higher,
snd ansfweringT has exchanged a tile of
active labor for one of blessed .rest, yet
Will we, louowmg ner uiigu. sa.uip
strive to labor more dilligently lor the
advancement of Christ's cause so dear
to her. ...
T, T...-7 Tliof in thA float M nf RlRtAr
TlMl i : . ... uuriv Kuratin,fflijlllt
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nuuivr, ma iuuh-u bu.
school s zealous member, and her fami
ly a true christian wire, motuer ana
daughter, and that we earnestly tender
to them the assurance of our sincere
sympathy in their sore affliction, and in
conutisnce uuui. hucm wu..u.. w
QIUl wuu uunu an whuq j , w. ,
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be placed upon the records of our
society, and be given the family of our
sister, and also forwarded to the W. R.
Chboniclk lor puDucation.
Mrs. M. T. Williaxs.
Mrs. E. G. Cort, . ,. ,
Mrs. L. B. BascoM. 4
" Young man. go West," But before you
start go to the Buffalo Clothing House and
select a unit of Clothes from a ttnend com
plete stock of goods. They can furnish the
finest and neatest fitting suits you ever
saw. and at the lowest figures.
Call est Frank and ueaaUaUetl that he and
his system of one price dealing Is the proper
way to trade.
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Hartford Academic IosUtote. v , ,
Fall Term eotmnenees Tuesday, Aug. 1,
1878, and continues IS weeks. Prof. P. D.
Dedge, B. 8., Principal; Miss Hattle A. Linn,
B. b., Preeeptreaa. Tuition in advauee.
Lower English, per term...,, .,, ,, ,.:.,8,00
High English, per term 6.50
Classical, per term..-.. 7,(10
French, German, a nd Book-keeping,
each extra ,, , 2.00
A special Teacher's Class will be organ
ised. Come and see us. Letters of Inquiry
will receive prompt attention.
f JAMES FOWLER,'
July 2J-4t - President of Board.
Fly Trajsl Fly Traps t - , .
No more files. If you wish to get rid of
yonr files, go to Park A Patch's Hardware
Store andct a fly trap. Traps sold on their
merits. - - Julyif
Where eaa yei Get - - - . -
The best suit of Ready Made Clothes ?
Really, stranger, you are propounding a
difficult question, but my private opinion
Is that Frank, at the Buffalo Clothing
House, keeps one of the largest stock In
the city to select from, and his prices will
suit you. However, don't take my word
for it, but go and see him.
But what has this to do with making first
class Photographs ? Every thing dear read
er. The man who can not split hairs or
work on the point of a cambric needle, but
on the contrary, la generally coarse In his
manipulations, might as well attempt to
sootl i the pangs of a starving Hyena by
singing "Come thou fount of every bles
sing" as to be a snocessful Photographer.
NoT the art means something more than
mere m use alar action. It means thought,
feeling, taste and a love for the beacuiul,
with a determination to excel in point of
workmanship. The universal testimony Is
that the highest point of success Is attain
ed at the New England Gallery, by
In spite of your teeth.
Both above and beneath
Being lightly enamel'd and thin.
They will never break down.
Nor turn yellow nor brown,
. If the BoMxiant't daily brushed In.
Bpauldlug's Glue, save and mend the pieces
On the Nlles road, a woolen Shawl, gray
and while plaid. The owner can have the
sameby ealitogat the Chronicle Office, and
paying for this notice. July l'j.
The Common Sense Trass. -
Adopted by the Government for use in
the army and Navy. W.O. STKATTON.
Elffht Plants for ?1,09
At Market Bt- Green House Chas. P.
Smith, FlorUt. July l-tf
, : -
For Sale. .
AHou4eand Lot for sale, on Main St.,
JiijHf Mrs. P. W. MA.XHAM.
i . , , i m
H. Waldeck has re-opened his Ice Cream
Parlor. Call and try this favorite luxury.
Fine flavors, every day, at H. Waldeck's
Beyond the Mississippi I
Thousands have already gone, and thous
ands more are tarn ing their eyes towards
new homes in the fertile West. To those
going to Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colo
rado, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon or
California, we recommend a cheap, safe,
quick and direct route, via St. Louis, over
the Missouri Pacific Rai road, which runs
its fine Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers
from St. Louis to principal points In the
West, without change. We believe that the
Missouri Pacific Railroad has the best track
and the finest and safest equipment of any
line west of the Missl&slppl, and Its connec
tions with roads further west are prompt
and reliable. The Texas connection of this
road is now completed, and passengers are
offered a first class, all-rail route from SU
Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri,
Kansas A Texas R. H., via Sedalia, or over
the Atlantic A Pacific U. R., via llntta. For
maps, time tables. Information as to rates,
routes, Ac, we refer our readers to S. H.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Co
lumbus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General Pas
senger Agent, SU Louis, Mo. Quertionl will
be cheeruUy and promptly answered
X. E. Xoere Jameson, -
Teacher of Piano, Singing VolceBulldlng
and Theory of Music. Address Box 270,
Warren, Ohio. Mrs. Jameson Is an experi
enced teacher, a graduate of the Boston Mu
sic School, and the past year a pupil of Car
lisle Peterzillea, the finest pianist la Llep
sig Conservatory of Music, Germany.
Feb. 6. 1573.
Every Class of Customers
Can be accomodated at the Star Gallery.
Do you wanta picture suitable for framing,
anywhere between an KxlO to 22x287 Uo
there, the only place in this city where large
work Is done exclusively within them
selves. W'euld roe. like an Ambrotypa
suitable for framing, at a low figure r Go
there. Do you waot card Photographs of
the finest make from re-touched negatives?
Go there. Do you want a food ordinary
card picture at a less price t Go there. Do
you want a fewoheap bon tonsr Go there
Have you pictures you desire to have
copied, enlarged and finished In Ink or
color? Go there. Doyoa want te be dealt
with In a fair square way T Jt aa meant go
there. No. 1 Elver block, over Trumbull
Nat. Bank. W. B. PEARSON, Operator.
Bv paper, ounce or nonnd: Fruit Jars.
jhoovu 0 iiuviuicu umao x uJ, mnwu . . ui-
celaln Lined, Union Tin Top. Fruit Jar Wax,
a new anicie tne Deal ever onerea in war
ren. W. O. BTBATION, Market St. Drug
Plants at Reduced rricg,
At the Market Bt. Green House.
July lb-tl OiLAS y. SMITH, Florist.
A couple of rooms in the central part of
the city. Sufficient accommodations for
man and wife, or a couple or ladies. To the
right parties terms made very law. Oall on
On and after the 2d dav of June, until the
15th of October. H. Waldeck will sell his
fine Ice Cream, various flavors, at the low
price of two dollars per gallon, at the City
Threshing Machine for Sale.
No. ?A Beparater, Masslllon, 8 horse
power : lu good running order.
, 1J .... 1 a A.UI WR V
Thirty Tears' Experience of aa old
Trm winTnw Roothlns Bvrue Is the
prescription of one of the best Female Phy
sicians and Nurses in the CnltedBtatesjtnd
has been ased for thirty years wiw never
foiling HAf.tT hd(1 success by millions of
molhurs and children, from the feeble In
fant of one week old to the adult. It cor
rects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest,
health and comfort to mother ana child.
We believe It to be tne cest ana Barest
Simniv in the World In all cases of Duten-
tery and Intrrho-a in children, whether it
arises from Teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for using will ac
company each botue. one ueuuino un
less thefac-slmlleof CURTIS PERKINS
lson theoutslde wrapper. Sold by all Medi
cine Dealers. July s-lyr.
One, Two, Three III
irtnor nn Main Rtreet has been making
some important changes in his Watch De
partment, lie now aeeps win wnuju &u
at wi. v and h&a exnerienoed work
men, and la prepared to do all kinds of
watch repairing on uis lummk uuum.
Any person having watches that have giv
en them trouble can bave them properly
doctored at "tig No. 7, Main Street.
July Ti. w .
Children often look Pale and Sick
From no other cause than having worms
In the stomach. Brown's Vermifuge Com-
. . : 1 1 . ii'AMna r t inlnrv tn
UUS Will UCBUUJ ,1 V.I iiict "J - J
the child, being perfectly white, and free
1 1..,. ..,V...p Ininrinni Inimu
11UU1 VM vmjv. ""J e"
dients usual! v ujied in worm preparations.
rruTTa a Rnnwv Pmnrlfcora.
Ko. 215 Fulton Street. New York.
i. 1 . 1. T.......l..ta amH A am lot. and (lMtl-
DU1U A."tn' . 1
ers in Medicine at 25 Cents a Box.
4 my s-iyr
Palm Soap for X, at Allison's Drug
Yonng Hyson Tea can be had for CO cents,
at AlUAOU a Drug store. . . .
4cts.,,4cts., 4cts., 4ets.,
For Laundry Soap, at Allison's .Drug
Try that 4ct. Soap
At Allison's Drug Store.
William Hapg-ood - - ' ;
Keeps at the Allison store, the largest and
Dest assvrtea bwjck oi inw,
and Ladles and Gents Shoulder Bract ever
in the city of Warren.
TrneadeU Townsend hav Taylert
Cnrnae Preservers, bv means of which
bodies can be kept any length of time In
the warmest weather. tjuoean.
A. T. Frank. of the RnflFaio. Souare Deal
lug One Price Store, makes all styles of
V uite suirts to oraer.
For Ice Cream, Soda Water and Lemon
I have two houses and lots which 1 will
sell on very reasonable terms, possession
given immediately. If desired.
uay 21, HS3. R. W. RATLIFF.
Of Sash Ribbons, best quality, S1.00 per
MU, im rjsnr.rt a.
Raisins, Prunes, Peaches and Cherries,
1 . I Ll ... , Ktuuv X. 1 V, t.
Oranges and Lemons. Hoyt, Spear Co.
Bis Stock of Sairars
At HOYT. SPEAR CO.'B
Decline In Wheat. .
Owing to the decline in wheatwe have re
auceu tue price oi noar one uuu&r jier,u-
rei on ail grade i. see price list.
June.18. ' , CAMP A RANDALL.
Fairbank's Standard Scales.
New patterns. Over 300 modifications.
Sizes adapted to all uses. Courts of Justice
have decided them to be the Standard
Scale. .. JOHN JOHNSTON, Ag't,
Main St, Baconaburg, O,
. June 18, lS73-6mo
A Eeal Bargain
For all who are in want of Clothing.HaU,
Caps and Furnishing Goods, don't forget
the place, on Main Su, where yon will find
It win be to your Interest to call at the
tnra nf R. K :nrrst Co.. In Warren, before
you dispose of your wool. Don't fall to
give taenia can. dimes,
"Quick Sale and Small Profits'
Is the motto of the New York Clothing
House. D. M. LAZARUS.
A Xiracle !
Hull 4 Mease are selling Boots and Shoes
sa cheap as they advertise.
If you Want
A nice fitting Boot or8hoe call at
HULL A MEASE'S.
The World Wasn't
Made In one day, neither is a pair of fine
French calf sewed boots for $12, bat two days
will do lu Leave your order at
HULL A MEASE'S.
'Hemlock Bole for SO cents, and cornelian
calf for 12.1U, best, at HULL MEASE S.
Go to Mrs. Messeri i I V J
For Bats. Bonnets, and all klnds of ladies
fancy goods.' "
1 . i i,i; i i J ..
Money Can be Saved. .. .
By parchaalng your Clothlngjbr Men and
Boys, at the New York Clothing House.
D. M. LAZARUS,
Fashionable, . .
Good and substantial made Clothing yoo
can best buy of D. M. LAZARUS.
A Card. !
We scarcely deem It necessary to contra
dict the many false and libelous statements
made by certain lying Agents, in reference
to the -lailure oi the Clipper Co.'' for the
reputation of these Agenis are so well
known In this communi w that their false
hoods are not believed by any body, and
they are obliged to resort to any means to
self their old style, heavy aruA,nnd hart
killmg machine; made fifteen vears ago. .
The facts show for themselves. We are
receiving and selling the Clipper aa usual,
and hope to be able to supply all who may
want this 'Old Reliable Machine.' We guar
antee to furnish all and everybody with a
machine who will leave their orders now,
and can furnish REPAIRS at a momenta
notice. , PARal a PAXCH.
Jane 18, 1373.
To Kansas ana Colorado ! . ,
During the summer season of 16TS, the
Missouri Pacific Railroad will sett Exesuv
sion Tickets from St. Louis to Denver and
return, at very low rates of fare, and a rare
opportunity is thereby offered, for lovers of
nature to view the beauties of Colorado
and enjoy thedeliglitfnl scenery and health
Inspiring climate of the Parks of the Rocky
Kansas, with its broad and fertile plains.
Is directly on the route, and together -wno
all the other" Western States and Territo
ries, is reached by the Missouri Pacific and
The Texas connection of this road as now
completed, and passengers are offered a
flrst-claas all rail route from St. Louts to
Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas A
Texas R. 1C, via. Sedalla. or over the Allan
tic A Pacific R. R., Vlnlta. For maps,
time tables. Information as to rates, routes,
Afu, we refer our readers to 3. H. Thompson,
Eastern Passenger Agent, Columbus, Ohio,
or E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, St.
Louis, Mo. Quettumt vMU Oe cheerfully and
STEEET DBUe ST0SE,
W. 0. Stratum, Proprietor.
Bave In store, for sale. No. 1 Caster Oil, eold.
pressed, no. s master uu steasa pressoa.
perfeily pure for all kinds of ma
chinery, best for mowing ma
chines, will not gum.
Stanley's No. I Lard Oil,
Pure Mecca, free from aander grit.
JELLY TUMBLERS, tc. ret the old relia
ble Mason s lmproveu, uiaas lop,
snd Porcelain Lined, TJnion Tin
Top, the best cheap Jar, by (.(?'
, gross, dox. or single one.
Pittsburgh Crackers, fresh every two
veeks, ten varieties, from He to 25c per 1th,
A1SO Bk SlipWJUf .
YOUNG H1S0N TEA,
the fl nest Tea ottered In Warren this
try one sample. As usual the best place to
LINSEED OIL, : " '
. . COLORS, A BRUSHES. .
McElrov. of Nlles. says we have the best
paint Brushes he ever used.
NO. 5 MARKET STREET.
W. O. STRATTON. .
Attention Farmers.' -
. r. rhrvst t Co. are alwavs slad to meet
you at their stores in Warren and Nlles, to
agree upon a satisfactory cashprice for your
surplus Pork, Beef. Hides, Pells, Tallow,
Butter, tgs. c. ... . ,.
N. B. Don't forget to examine ear alee
line of superior Groceries before you leave,
and If you are in need of any we would be
bauny to wait upon yon at any eaa su
ti mas. at aa law t) rices as asv other esu
ll.hment in either eltv. ouallur of Ktxxls
considered. We stUl adhere soeor old mot
to, iive and Let Live .i. ... uec s.
The Household Panacea ' ' ' ' u
And FamHv Liniment. Is the best remedy
in the werld for the fallowing com plaints.
vis: Cram pern the umts ana otomecn.
Pain in ineeiomaca. tsoweLs,orsiae,aaea
m.tlim In all lu forms. Billloos Colic Neu
ralgia, Dysentery, Colds. Frean Wounds.
Burns, Sore Throat, Spinal ' Complaints,
Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Feves. For
Internal and External use.
itanneratlon Is not onlv to relieve toe
patient, bat entirely removes the cause of
the complaint, It penetrates and pervades
the whole system, re luring healthy acUoa
to all parte, and quickening the blood.
The Household Panacea la purely Vegeta
ble and aU Healing, preparea oy . ,
CURT id BROWN,
No. 5 Fulton 6U, New York.
For sale by all druggists. i oly 8-lyr
, . r , T
Sweet Potato Plants,
Cabbage Plants, . . -
Itava aram m with - .
HOYT, SPEAB A Co. No 5, Main St,
Attention Farmers ! ,
We have e kendwboat
of middlings, which we will sell during this
month In lots of 1,000 lbs. or over at tti par
ton. now is your time toouy.
, . CAMP RANDALL.
Jast Received .
Two ear loads' Leulsvnie sad Akron' .0
xnent. fresh from the works, at
Aecidents ! .
Immns aninst accidents In the Accident
Insurance Company of Hartford, Connv
Cash Assets one million etoUara, Apply to
WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Agent, Warren,
Ohio. loci, -u.
We offer lit n r ' 1 ti.x
Lady's Kid Gloves at $1 a pair, cheap st
JLUllnery Goods i " 4
Of all descriptions, and in all the latest
styles, at uu.Muiautasiiwra
Howe and Singer,
Old and reliable Sewing Machines on the
best of terms at N. B. Tyler a, JNO. I Mam bl.
Warren, Ohio.. .t - . - . . ; .--;-.
12 Dwelling; Housea
For sale. Mostly new. In the village oi
Nlles. For terms, dte., enquire or
ISAAC HoLFORD, Nlles,
June U, 1371 am -
White Lead, . . . ,
Linseed Oil, Brushes, et low ngnras,A.
HOYT. SPEAR CO.
Of Millinery, latest and best, at
Dress Goeds. . : -
sae susr Tiinai fTnAa la aAHinlate anil
prices very low. ti UN LEFIN iiUMm BHO.
Good LIto Afents Wanted
To sell the two best Sewing Machines
maae. Apply to or suitress a. ti. iyier, ro,
t Main St.. Warren, Ohio. - -
Wanted l ' . . , ; !
The most liberal Inducements offered to
good reliable Agents, to sell Sewing Ma-
cnines. Appiy to a, a. is lei, no. a Main
ou. n arren, umo.
The Beat Sewlar Xachlnea :j
Made,' can be bought In large or1 ssall
quantities of N. B. Tyler. No. i Main SU,
mi arren, uuio.
In every town in Portage. Trumbull, Ma
honing and Columbiana eoentiee, to sail
the Original Howe be wine Maeulne im
proved. Address N . B, Tyler, No. ( Main st.
' Howe Sewing Machine Im nroved.ean onlv
be obtained of N. H, Tyler, or his Ageata-
a targe stoca always on nana at no. i Mam
SL, Warren. Ohio. .
NewstylesJostTee'dat .... ,
' : 'Hi - ; i:
IT Ton Want
Arrows, Aegrettes, Bonnets, Barbee. Bor
ders, BuBtlea,- Braids, Combs, Coiffures,
Chignons, Caps, Curls, Crape, Daisies, Edg
ings. Fichus, Flowers, Feathers. Frames,
Fringes, Frizzes, Glaip, Hats, Hair, Infante
Caps, illusion, Jets, Laeee, Mallnea, ".
ties, Normandy Caps, Nets, Oxydlzed Orna
ments, Ostrich Feathers, Orange Blossoms,
... ... . U .... , I n f ., lliuluin. U. Iln.ll u
, V ... fJJ , . vuunuw. , uuuu.i ,jw .." ,
Switches, Satins, Silk, Tsffeta, Tarleton,
mrquoise ua uncut velvet, veils, veiour
Wreaths, Wings, and every tbing else.
CaU at Mrs. E. POTTER ca'S,-
Oar Best Tea
Is stiU the beet sold in Warren. It can't
be beat. If von don't believe It trv one
pound and be convinced.
tu x I , ctrbstn st as. -.
Emigration Tornlni;. Cheap Farms
la Month-west misonii. . -
The Atlantle Paclfle Railroad Company
offers LUUn.uoo acres of land In Central and
Southwest Missouri, at from t to H pee
acre, on seven years Irme, with tree tians
po notion from St. Louis to ail purchasers.
Climate, soli, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churcqes and law-abiding society
Invste emigrants from all points to this land
of fruits and Mowers. For particulars a d
dress, A. Tack, Land Commissioner. ;Ss,
Corns, Bunions, Bad Nails and other pain
fnl Impediments to easy and contented lo
comotion, are not con lined, as la the case of
some other emictions. to few, bat the great
majority oi people, oia ana young, may oe
numbered among the sufferers from these
wide spreading torments. But by the free
use of the two great remedies now becom
ing so extensively known snd sought after
throughout the ooentry, these pests can be
easily destroyed. Dr. J. Brlggsr Alleviator
and Curative never fall in their mission,
giving immediate relief snd rapidly ouriug
Ui worst .cases.
THE MARKET REPORT.
. Hrp ' t
Osrici Tumn riisxirvxrBT13irt-T.a. I
Vauss Ujsio. lair 2 W'3-
i j ,
WOOf, 40 4S
&ANS (zoo totJS per bushel, , ,
FLO UK S,7S te s.2S ...'
HAY tlsulS . .
O ATS 4S
CO RN old Ear ISc
DRIED a rrTii n Ii a
BUTTER Fresh Boll
tallow e to r - ' -CHEBSB-Factor
10 all ",
HAMa-Conntry eared WtotJo"
LARD coontry rendered,! to So :'
PORK . per e
FLAX SEED J.
, Xarkeys live 10c "
" dressed 13K "
Cblekens live S to 10c,
" . dressed 10
HIDES Green, 06U OTe; calfskins 10 12X
WARREN RETAIL MARKET.
Floor whits WhtJLOOjiEgss) per do 18
ao Amo. wa iu.i Hyrop,extra ,7Dtol,uu
do Snr'a Wa t- IV ddnrVliunr 2S
Buckwheat Soar per!!Carbon OU 40
sack .,1 Si? Lard oil M to LOO
White Llme Linseed Oa 98
60; Boiled Oil gel. 1.C3
nsronim ahorumewt 1,10
Butter per 20 tjCornMeal, soiled
Hams Bug. Cd 1& Corn Meal, unbolt-
do Country doJ3Wled fewt L
aiH rf Jo 12i Chop Feed IA0L75
Beer. Driea H " " . ''"
Sugar. Brown luUl- Q Meal ewt.LM
Buiar Ccffe-J?i Wsi Lead ,
O.lcod Fish Fescues, peard
White Flan "r"". .
Mackerel 1234tgi tirunee,Turklsii. UA
I Molasses J
1 1 T.llw
Maple Syrap.... -
k Bteartne 141
do : Star AMI
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY, July 21.
FlottsV The demand continues fairly
active and prices sre firm,
tjlty maae aaa Yrnite i,wj a
ember .00j XXredA'o 1 Xred
Vihbat Market quiet. No 1 old red
winter held at $1,69; No 2 red winter
held stl,47. New red winUr nominal.
S1.45 for No, 1, ana I,i ior no. a
rvias-lfirkst eteedv. Sale of 4 cars
low mixed held at 4So ; Hlgaaaixed a L,
49a.- Cars on track 414ao.
Oats Finn. No 1 State heid at 40c;
No S do at 39c ."--".J
: LAmxj We quote at 9i9e. for city
tendered In kegs 9x0, do in tierces.
Country rendered 8c in tierces, and bio
In kegs. , , .
Bxokbo JaXATS Active market and
arm.. Wa onotef Citr scgar
enmri Hams. canvaHSed.l4ic ; - doi
Shoulders. 69Jc; do Breakfast Bacon,
llo. Dried Beef, sugar cured, ITalSc.
Beef Tongues, $4.00 per dozen. Coun
try eared bams nominal at 12al2ic;
Shoulders do 6a7e ; Bacon 9al0o.
Brrrraa Market still active and prl
eHthiffher. Waaaote: strictly choice
tab st 20s21o. in lots with about
the same figures by single packa
ges ; good to prime at ldaltte ; inferior
qualities at 12al3c,
Chfesb The market is fairly active
and firmer. - New factory fall cream
selling at lOislle, i good lots, and 11
tA 19a in a small Waw.
Eaas In fair request, and unchanged
we a note fre&a at ivc in crates sou
In harrfllo. at lRn.
Oils Prices of linseed are firm and
high. We quote: Job lots at Jtfac,
for Raw and 1.03 for Boiled.
PoTAToas Receipts 1,300 barrels.
Market active bat lower.. New erly
Rose sell ing at $6.00, pet barrel la small
wsy and $4,o0 In lots of 100 barrels.
nann Fiicib-Dull and market
weak. Prime nn peeled at 8a4e ; peeled
st I4el5c , ,
I trial am Afplks Fair inquiry and eel
ling st 4?a54. ia larsra lots, and 6c. fa
small- way.- - 1 - ' - -L
Likb White is In good request at 10
per barrel. Water is firm and steady.
We quote: Akron ana Oswego 1,WJ
IVmiavtila Cement. 11.90.
Plastbe Lend Plaster 1st good de
mand and selling at a range of $9,o0s
10,00 per ton; Calcined Plaster ranges st
sz,50aa,yo per earrea, .. . ...
Salt The lnauiry is steadily active
and pricee ere firm. We quote; Fine
per bbl $1,85 J Coarse, diamond C 2S0 lbs
12,40 : Ground solar S33 lbs $2,88 Dairy
salt ner bbl 12.60 : do i bbl IL46 do IM
IQ .lb bags $34; do 60-6 lb bags $3,90!
Ashten persackTiJ xaaer. .
New York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK, July 21.
mcsi aovaucou tuny jo, ui'Joiug nui.
with the- yards bare. Texaos raaged
from 9fe lotlo; 104 native steers at 9to
to mo a lb. with selected lots at izx(d
13rd, to dress 58 lbs to the frroes ewt.
The trade for milch cows was duO st $34
fc70 for noor to choice. Veal calves
steady at 69o arassersdull at fe
Q)l pr head.
. Shiip asts Lambs The : market
opened weak with sn over snpply and
closed dull at a decline of aoout to V
Lambs ranged at 7i 10, snd sheep st 4t
&io but st the eloseftre wss the outside.
Swiss-Receipts to-day and y ester
dsy 90 cars or 96eO head, making 30.3 0
for the week, against 19,004 heed hut
week. ' None on sale alive. - Dressed
hogs are more plenty and lower, closing
at 0i71c i -' .::.' .
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON July, 12.
"Wool The market is unchanged.
Sales of Ohio and Pennsylvania fieecea.
new snd old, at 47ia52c; MHhigan and
Ohio to arrive aC47ia50o Wisconsin at
45c; unwashecT fleeces at &3Sii tub at
S2a54svsoaard at st 43a30 Ohio dalaine
at 55c; western u a washed, combing at
Chicago Live Stock Market.
CHICAGO, July 21.
Cattls KeoelpU to-day S213 bead!.
The market was frdrl j active, steady and
arm lor good shipping; irrsdes. tleiee of
ssirto extra steers at .5,20(i8,I9r com
mon to good Texana at $3,104,70 ; cows
g3Jia44,lX (Shipments xm neaa.
Houh Reeeints to-dsv 14.091 head
The market wss doll and prices 1520o
lower. Rales of common heavy to extra
assorted lota at 14.50 & 4.75. the market
closing; weak wilq many nnsoia. Bnip-
ments etH5 need.
East Liberty Live Stock Market.
PITTSBURGH, July 21.
Bkkvks Receipts yesterday and to
day 133 cars. Beet quoted st f6,25 6,30;
medium st 506J ; common at 15,00
HRKKVReoeirs eaterdsT and to
day 14 ears. ' Best qaoted at f5,00lt)
Hoos Receipts yesterdsy and to-day
76 cars. Philadelphia quoted at I55
5,30 Yorkers at $5,00(3)5,16. .
A prisoner ooafiaed In the 'Wayne
Co. Jail at Wooster, for sotae eftense,
became) favorite of the fclieriff, who
allowed turn tne freedom of tb jail
yard. On Baturday Hat he took ai1
vantage of an opportunity to look his
benefaotor np in a cell, sod leave the
country for perts unknown. -- Tie
Sheria remained in eoaacemeot sev
eral hoars, before he could attract any
one's attention, and the door had to
pe broken open wun a sledge. "
' Mrs. Kan n la D. Frost snd E. TsDDSQ
Hanion assumed the hanilamente of the
native sons of the forest on the 10th
inst., at Barneevlllc, Om and were mar
ried In the woods by Rev. H. W. Baker,
who- wore the eoetome of aa saatest
prophet. In order to give more romance
to the marriage the Bare eav ills cornet
band, clothed In the raiment of wild
bears, executed a wild refrain daring-the
A man out West, who married a wid
ow, has invented a device to ears her of
eternally praising ner former husband.
Whenever sne Degine to aeecsnt on tus
noble qualities, thia ingenious No. 1
merely says : "Poor dead man, now ;
bow I wish he had not died t" and the
lady Immediately begins to think of
something else to talk a boat.
At the Natural Bridge, Virginia, last
week, a man Idea hie pocket-book, which
tell over the precipice sod lodged 120
loot below. A young brother of the lo
ser wss lowered by means of a rope, and
be with, the treasure solely nauiea up
again. - ,.-
A girl in South Carolina ate a poison
ed crow, was thrown into convulsions,
fell into the are, wss badly burned, had
a leg amputated in oooseqoenoe, ana
now isoonvsieseent, bnt doesn't "hank,
er after crow" as much ss she did for
merly, .. ,.. ; , . r - . ; .:
The Ohio CbnstUatleasl Cbavention
threatens to adjourn in a. few weeks . to
the 1st of Jan nary nexti on the ground
that the appropriation ia lnsumcient to
enable it to complete its wors.
CA'i? & RANDALL
Retail Price Current. Corrected Weekly
- WASjunt Ohio, July ' 22 1B7S ' :
- nuiise .
Wheat, White - fJ bull 79
No, 1 Bed.
No. I do
Rye, No. 1
rnra shall edTNO. L.
- do do .. do 2.
W. Cesar's Bnew Flake, KJ.
White par barrel
a... kj.ii- w T WniLM Mlnhiaajt do.
Western Fuaserve Mills, pare Axab'r do .
Superior Mills XXX Bed do
Auantio do XX do n.).. -
Florenee do XX Spring nn 2
Empire eovwmmnn ao
B, w. Flowr do per sack
Bra Ftaar dO
Corn MeeJ, per hundred...
do do bolted o
, ,1 68
lHu reea, V. m pare aa-
As do Common do
M'sdlaUgS (fine) dou.
6b one do
Oi l Meal do
Co.-n, pas' bushel old shelled-
Oat e . -
Sai I, Saginaw per bol
do Tore do,, ,
do F. r. v. oo
. d "w Liebos
dcrho 1 fcew Lisbon ., .
Solar- " . , !
Whits Lime per-bbi .. --
" " ha aahteetto fluctuSf
Ji, a u maxkata. aisvays aiming to
nav the h ighest prloe tor aram, and sell as
cheap as the ehiV-- Rememoer the plaee,
riLdoor to MeLaUa's HHoe Store, to roosa
next a TbDn Bank.
AUgood wairiited re-weaented.-fnSTZrl
liberal dednstion e
lowed to perUes that bur lage usauw.
Ve are manufacturing a lull line of goods.
TO MM Of TBS
Ve wiU Sot he nndersold. lor the
Saa Qaalily cf Goods.
Every thmg In oar line, not en hand; win be
MADE to ORDER PROMPTLY.
reel of WalaaJ Lontber Waa ted.
CLU. AXD X00X AT
1 1 TKC53DELL TOVNSEND.
taia8t,Varrea O Ja. .i7 ,
caau ABjuisJoiui, aai ta, isn.
Atactic & Great . Western
' ziATTj HOAX).
TB3 GBXaTBKOaD OllGI B0UTE
ME EAST AND THE WEST.
se. a, j e. Ii. Is, a.
10:3? r; It'. 8:57 A. M. US AJC
12:45 A. U. 11:15 A. M. 12:10 P. It
2:10 " U:io r. at. 3M "
t:U " 1:30 " tuS
&0U S!00 - 5:45
75 - S
fcesa-sr. i. "
10:10 - 7:S
13:02 r, J&Oo T.M.
7: 36 7:M A. M.
&AI " fcO -
JcsOA. BL 6cXr.lL .
TIME WEST WARD.
Trains Mas, t and 11 on main line and
M ebonine Division ran dally.
Palais Meenins Coaches on train X from
Cleveland to Hornersvllle, and from Cinel-
nausoHoraersviiie. Also on train 1 mm
Hornersvllle to Clsclnnatl and Cleveland.
Oa trains 3 and 11 Paiaee Sleeping Coaches
will be ran between Cincinnati and New
Trains ma trr Cbhrmtro time, wnleh
eevea minutes nutter than Cincinnati time
and as aalnataasseerer than Erie & R.time
w, a. an ai i iij,
Cent Passenger and Ticket Agent, Mead-
vuia, rn. - .
R.E. O'BRIEN. AxstGon. SapW ACh?
angineer. steaavuie, ra.
M L .i-:.AjfX.; t".'.
Tuscarawas Valley Railway.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
15 imtt JTUTTJART 20, 1S7S.
lili T. M.
1N0.2 N0, 4
&00 A. M.
uover ...... "
Straaburs h "
Bam Mill. "
Navarre . 1 . "
S. 5S -
All trains run throng dally (except Sun
day! from Cleveland to New Philadelphia
without change. Connections are made at
Elvrte with L. 8. U.H. R'T for the West; at
tirmJinn with C.c.u.e 1. IIT lor col urn on a.
Cincinnati and I-dianapolls; at Rnssli
with A. A O. W. R'y (or Ashland. Akronv;
at Warwi'-k with C. ML V. D. R. K, for
Orrille, Mlllersahrg and stt. Vernon: at
Masslllon with P. HW.d By for Caa
ton, Ailanoe, Plusburgh, c
. . . vi'M. H. GHOTJP.
General T.ok.t Agent. -B.
U. TOWXSgXDi perintendenl.
eb. 13. wra
e. i. ; is. a.
fcCl - 5:W "
II - 7:1T-
10ri5 - 11:15 "
WS P. St. 1:65 A. at.
X.) " &i5 "
as - flo
ne ne w
7:40 A.M. r. at.
9:57 P.M. lb 15 A. M.
S.50A.M. 7:tSe. M.
lt:o - 11:35 "
HO P.M. 4:30 AM.
12:40 AJS. VtSO P. M.
Haj? P. M. 8a A M.
Lou lsv me
Toledo. . . .
Ranaell , , ,
Kan ton -
CLOSLNO OUT -
ciosixa OUT ,
CXOSIKa .OUT :
' AT '
AT ' '
1 GREAT EEDUCTI0X3,
. GREAT RBDUCTIONS,
- GREAT REDUCTIONS,
J. GOLDSTEIN & SON.
J. GOLDSTEIN &S0N.l
J. GOLDSTEIN & SON.
J. GOLDSTEIN & SON.
J. GOLDSTEIN & SON.
J, .GOLDSTEIN & SON.
Cnrtl3 Iron Bean, $1Z00,
New YcjkPrenina, $10,001
J. Long's No. 4, $9,00
& .f. joints, 7oe.
CURTIS GS Cents.
LAND-SIDES, 75 Cts.
. 1 -.,.-"
East Side of Hain St' '
Aprtl,i8rs-tf ' " '
- v. ..r".---' i.
twnuusT, n srrissia wrwm, ctavaun, e,
l. MeCONNELL. M. D Surgeon.
MT sriin.iiMin fnni. rtmii nf i. w .
Main and Market Streets,
wahsen. . onio.
c.a.iAaT.rw4. . 1. p. otu-s .
DARLING & QIL.UER
SA -KKS ... .
Arraaicm, unit, lorsmoeHEjr,
CHUBCH HILL, a KIJEKAL R1MI
Coal and Black. Delivered to any Dart
the city at the lowest eurrent rates.
Ofllse on west side 01 Main St.- M dnnr
nonh of Mahoning Depot. Also Annts lor -
the IA.LHA.DiiX tm If . fifjt cu. ,c
Term aCash on Delivery. '
E8TATE of Ebenexer R. Scovllle,
ieo'd. The undersigned has been duly
appointed and qualified as K-eenirlx on
tne estate of Ebenezer B Sooville. dee'd
late of Trumbull Co.. Ohtn.
- HARRIETT IT. SCOY-LLZ.
BaaettaT ana let?!, aw .
fFHI3 IXSTITTJTIOX, IX COX
JLneotion with the Commercial and Enir
Uh IMpartments, is soon toooeu a Musical
DeparUnenl where all students can tus a a
thorough eoune tn vocal and in.trumrn
tal musio without extra charge, bend for
elrealar and spec linen of penmsi.h Ad
drese A. W. B.MIiri,
Jue-5,18rl-4t Meadvliie, P