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iTLASTKf W. R1ILB01D. TIM E' TAB J. E. MAIN LINE. Trains lun from Warrwn Station as follows: ".-..v ' WEST." Ti.w 1,: . iS! A H Sight fiipre j6:13PM 1:40P1C AiaiL. . Accommodation.. Waj Frajght,.. EAST. CtednmattiXxpn wight Kxr aoa .. , Hail Var Frtiitt 4:58PJi A-06 A M 8:15 AM Jl-tOFH AmoAatjans...,. r Vha J ecmmodatiea and freight carry passeo- ? - llAHOHTNO DIVISION. " . WEST. . a - Traiii leave Vuma fcllows: . Ixpn .7:45 A A PlttAmnh Ixpta- .&17PM ,1:55PM Jreight EAST. Sxan .8.-0SPX -13 PM Pittsburgh Sxprwa Xail 9:55 AM 4.-06PM freight- 20 000 Bemis Collars Just opened. Gents Fur Caps, Collars and G laves, fine Holiday presents.- ' A large kxf Scotch Caps opened to day. v . A few more Wrappers left at 80 cts, - Very fine heavy Wrappers and Draw- A large stock of Heavy All Wool Cas simeres from $1 to $ 2 per yard. The best All Wool Cassimere in War ren for $1 per yard can be had at Bead & Adams.- - Buckskin Mittens, and Gloves also .Tarn Mittens and Gloves. Heavy Canton Flannel Drawers. .The b3l made and the best fitting shirt is the "Diamond" shirt, "sold only by Reed & Adams. - - We hare large size Beaver Ovorcoats for men weighing from 300 to 1600 lbs. Also boys Overcoats and Shirts. ' Nokotica willb taken of comma . tucations not accompanied by a respon aible name. The name will be consid ered confidential, but must in all cases accompany letters as a guaranty of good taitn- no oommunicauuiia retiarsiw Town and County. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. " Sleighing is "played out" The Ladies Festival held at Webb's lalU but week, was a decided success. ( .Jbere were about 700 persons at . -Goagh's lciuT'e 1it Thursday evening. . . .,-r. -1 vieilanee is the price of .jwiwet f2 ar'year in ad vance. " -To our readers ya xtead the con gratulation of the seas on, wishing them "a Merry Christmas and fiPPy New Ywr." s, ' : " ' -"7 Eev. James. Marvin, of Meadville, 'Pa., will preach at the M. E. Charch, la this place, next Sunday, morning and evening, t f c t ' "s c"S 'TThe prospectus of He iV'eii 'For Led- $r, the groat family paper, will be found in our advertising columns. It is a very readable document. t . -. The Disciple Sabbath School holds a Festival at their Church this evening. A grand "Christmas Tree" will be an attract ive feature on the occasion. . ' ' It is stated that work on the -Sew Lisbon railroad will be commenced as soon as the weather will permit, and that it will be completed to Nile next summer. The ladies of the Good Templar's So ciety . intend giving a supper on Kew Year's evrning, in their Hall, to the gen tlemen connected with the Temple. Those. of oar aubsenbers whose sub ' eenptiobi expire with this number of the CsiBointcMtre requested. to renew, in order that tiny may keep even wiih tae . -, , : - ' - ' ' '.. Mr, tiough thinks this is probably -the .last season, ha will lecture through' the west. He, however, promises, if he should ' oai to Ohio nexfr season, to give a lec '. tare in 'Warreaj. I ' ' . ; - - Mr. L. D. Sheldon, of Vernon, writes as that en Monday last he weighed ten cheep belonging to Sands PsImer,.of that town, that weighed 1009 pounds, or about 161 lbs. perhftfid-. ' . '. :, : Eev. Mr. WrxLrrrj!, so'' favorably known- and so" popular "with oar. lectarrrj going-people, will deliver the third lecture of the 'Warren Folemie Club's Coarse, on Friday evening, January 10. ' The Catholic Society of Ifiles, will hold fair at the Town Hall, in that place, Dec. 80 and 81, and January 2; "8 and . The object is to raise funds io. purchase a.iell for lie church. '. ' A man came into our office, a few days since, who said he wouldn't read our paper. " Heesplaiaed by handing over f 2, ' accompanied wiih the remark that he in tended to cead bisooTi. . 5Ve toot no ex ecutions, bat think his ecsmple worthy of imitation.- iaii a- -dafandan Carrler'g Address Pursuant to , ft time honored custom, the Carrier of the' ChbgJICLX will address, tbe citizens of . Warren on "the great question of the l5ay,' The yinances. A collection will ie .taken to dfrar expenses incurred in the public service. Postal currency, greenbacks, Ac, take, at par, f What Happened to an Editor The employees of the Chbxicli ofice, as the evidence elicitad fully proves,' en tered into a conspiracy, a few weeks since, io victimize its unsuspicious and confiding -editor and proprietor. By means of some .very clever management the carried - thai' scheme to a successful issoe oh Mon .day -evening, on which occasion t&ey -closed iheir "columns," "locked "tp" the editor's farm, pnt him to "press' and made an impression, by informing him itkat be had been adjudged deserving-a "canetcg." After the first shock of sur prise had sabsided, we discovered ourself confronted by our foreman, Mr. Sherman, rwho lield in his hand an elegant ebony cane, which be said he was authorized to - present us on behalf of the employees of the Cbbokiclb offiee. as a mark of their esteem and good will, Ac, && The few words of response attempted wholly failed - to express out thoughts and feelings, and : the great value which tbe recipient shall : always place upon Uie elegant testimonial of theiindnes, felt towards, him , by the -isuiiurs. wf emDarraasiaeiit was ruueveu i4y. Cfb tbeujhtfuil interposition Tof our I better-half, who invited alf to the dinlng . uooxn, whejejandr "at takes," of "inside eefy ojofed,-aasl good time gen eraily vas had. . .An.aUusio, to the finish of the esvave jnay not be oat of place, Jt is '- trimmed :vh4 a nice -ornamental gold head, bearing; tH insoription t "Presented io William Kit keel by his mployees, Christmas, 1667," whic was engraved ty Thad. Acldcy, in bis beat etyie. Coal in Vienna. Coal has been recently found in tiz dif ferent places on tbe Hummason farm, rn the east part of Vienna, aboat 1 milaa east of the Center. The vein in tbe two first holes drilled, U three feet, in the third three feet And two inches, in the fourth three feet eight inches, in the fifth four feet and two inches, in the sixth four feet. The coal right is owned by Tod, Stambaugh, Morris & Co. The quality of the coal is said to be very superior, 'and the development opens an exteasive field. not generally (apposed to hare been wi thin the bounds of the coal basin. Court Proceedings. Wednesday, Dec. 18th. Tbe great rase of John Hatching vs. .Curtis A Boyce, which was to have been tried this term, has been referred, by con sent, to Hon. Darius Cad well, of Jefferson, tbe hearing to be had at the Court House in Warren, beginning Thursday, Dee. 26th. This is the largest and most im portant suit ever begun in Trumbull Com mon Fleas The plaintiff was the owner of a valuable coal lease of lands situate in Brookfield, for tbe term often years, from April 1, 1857. with the right to mine and sell 200,000 tons of coal During the first year he sold to the defendants two thirds of the lease, with the agreement thaf the defendants should - take ut during the term of the lease the 200,000 tons, if prac ticable, sfcc, and the mines would produce that amount, and after paying the expen ses agreed upon, the profits were to be divided, two-thirds to defendants, and one third to plaintiff. The "plaintiff claims that defendants failed to comply with the terms of the contract, in various particu lars. The defendants deny each of the important allegations made in plaintiff's petition, so that the questions of law and fad will have to be submitted to the referee. The plaintiff claims, under his differentcauses of action, $10,000.00 dama- The case of S&ger vs. Barb, which was begun yesterday was concluded this day qpon,' This is an ejectment suit from BraceviUe, and, like the Lords town land case, which was tried daring tbe early days of the term, Is a contest over a small piece of land of very little intrinsic value, and like the Lordstown case, has excited a vast deal of local interest. Messrs. Glid den and Hyde are acting for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Sutliff and Beaver for the -de-fendaat '. : . ' ! ' ' : - The case of Eirkham vs. Banning was the next case tried to a jury. This acit is brought to recover damages resulting to plaintiff by reason of the killing of a num: ber of sheep by defendant's dog, and was quickly . disposed of by a verdict being rendered for the plaintiff for the sum of 133.00, the full amount claimed.; It has been remarked that neither sheep, dog nor their owners stand much of a show before a Trumbnll County Jury. Ordinarily, if it is proven that the dog looked at sheep through the fence with longing eyes,- and those sheep are afterwards found dead, with indications that they may have been killed by dogs, or some other animal, the owners of said dog is made to foot the bilL Owners of uncertain looking saaiaxs will please take notice!. HilL How and 'March am, the three prisoners lately tried and convicted, were this F. 'M. brought into court to receive their respective sentences. ' Hill convict ed of horse stealing was sent up for the term of S years, (a sufficient period for a smart young fellow to learn a good trade.) How, convicted of the same offense, was sentenced for the protracted term of 8 years, and Marrlaara, be who was saved, owing to a defective indictment, was, on account of tho "inhuman condition of the county jail," as Judge Tattle expressed it, sentenced to 15 days in jail and to py fine of $50. . . Thursday, Dec. 19. In the case of Sager vs. Barb, which was submitted yesterday, the jury return ed a verdict this morning for the plaintiff The defendant demanded a second trial. The first case on this morning was that of Bard et al vs.. Jones. ' .-This matter comes from Fowler, and is a rare case,tha statement of the case is something after this- wiser- Some time 'since--Mrs. Bard, one of the plaintiffs, was married to young doctor, of Ashtabula county.- A large wedding party was- given as the bride's fathers, the defendant in this suit, and while the guests were seated around the festive board, lo arid behold a note for f 1000 was found concealed within the folds o'fthe nnde's nap kinr(qu3te a "tal ent") a gift, as claimed by the plaintiff, from the father. The bride returned tbe note to ber father, which he was to collect and pay over to the daughter as fast as she should want hhe "-money. " This is her theory, as developed' on the trial. The f denies ihat-it was intended as a a gift,- bat says that the note 'was placed U the napkin by another daughter, for a joke. The jury, however, found under tbe ruling of the court, that the note was a valid ffift, and that the father should payiyer to the daughter the sum of $1012 This is perhaps tbe first suit of this exact nature ever broogoi in thi&coanty. Friday, Dec. 20. The case pf Seed vs. Gilbert was tried to- tbe jury to-day. .. This is an action to recover an additional nun of ten dollars per acre lor land sold by plaintiff to de fendant, on the ground bat defendant misrepresented the market ralne of said land. A prompt verdict was returned for defendant, plaintiff demanding a second ' trial. This is the last case to. be .tried by; jury this term. The regular jury, an exoaUfiat panel, were then aiscoargea with the thanks of the court, ' ' Dr. Myers, Jbe eccentric ' horse-thief, spoken cf last week, was brought into court to-day to receive his sentence. Owing to the peculiarities of his disposition the court was inclined to be rather lenient than otherwise, and merely sentenced him to 9 years imprisonment in the Peni tentiary. ' In all human probability wis unfortunate old man will never again bare an opportunity to practice his modoca it clearly can be called by no other name. Saturday, Dec, 21. This day was filled up entirely by the hearing " of motions, continuing cases hearing of divorce cases there were a large number of these latter cases, fcc Court will probably die a natural death Monday. -' Monday, Dec. 23. Court camein Xkit mornVg at 10 o'clock bat was chiefly occupied, as upon Satur- htflring of cases, tfce., etc, Ihe J&J1 term of 1867 vir tually expired this . eye,' not for the want of breath, certainly, neither fW the lack of business, but simply for the van of tine. , It has been st very important and interesting; term tie. docket large the eases weU tried. "OU Trumbull" may aeU be proud of its Saf, for it is an abls one, of iU Aari, for it is a souiid one, of its' Jurors nit peoj.J.9. pjr they Are' good, sirtuout and iuieUigctU-r'Jjoas may ybey meamaBBrwnmrFSSm It baa Cnl8 The great Mil Ionian Tableaux of Paradi Loot, world-wide in their reputation, have been on exhibition for several evenines at Webb's HalLV As a work of art and sublime conceptions, these paintings stand unrivalled, and our citizens should not miss this opportunity of witnessing a work of rare beauty Admission (Oct.. Children (with parents) 25 cts. A grand Matinee will be held this (Christmas) afternoon, when children will be admitted for 15 cts; adults, GO cts Johnstonville. Editor CnaosicL: We feel that your invitation for news from the respec tive towns should be accented.- The "whiskv traffic " thanks to the eoort, has about ceased in our town, and sobriety reigns. .Great efforts for moral ana intellectual ImDrovement are oeme pat forth in oar midst this winter. A regular old fashioned revival is in progress at the Methodist Church in the east part of town, known as 'lit Pleasant.' But with what mccess we are not informed. Tbe meetings are conducted by Kev. Mr. uodefcinson. tne pastor. Our district schools are all in operation and eoinc off satisfactorily ; most of them are in cnaree of lady teachers. The voune people of the town have organized a literary society, meeting weekly at the Town Halt. It promises a pleasant and profitable season to all conn c ted with it, and is an institution which should exist in every town. - A singing school at the Centre, taught by Dr. Mayhew, is anoth er feature, showine the enterprise of oar young folks. The splendid sleighing tnat we are enjoying, gives a great imoetus to to these respective meetings, and added to to is, toe long winter evenings, we are in a fair wav for much enjoyment the pres ent winter. Business matters are as quiet bare as elsewhere, and every one is settling down to the conviction that we are to bave a dull time, financially, for some time to come. . - , " The enterprisfWe young 'firm of Hol- comb & Langley, in the mercantile busi - ness, as successors to T. u. r inney, sq.. are doing a good business and deserve to meet with large success. There are many rumors that there is to be a Station built at Johnson Summit, next season. How true this may be none but the A. & O. W. it. H. know; there fore we wait developments. . Z. From Vienna. ICditok Cbbokicxk: We sometimes think Vienna might be, occasionally at least, represented in the columns ot our county paper, - that it may be known throughout the country that we are a live people, having oar asual amount of ex citement, gossip, fcc Coal is almost tne all-absorbing topic of interest tnrougbout the town, and drilling is the order of the day in some localities with apparent success. .During (be past year tne lemperance cause nas received considerable attention, so much in fact, that drunkenness is neither as popular or common as it was a year ago. in aid or tne good cause we nave two societies, first, a Temperance society which has increased from a mere nandtut to one Hundred and seventy-nve members, and is now the anniversary of its organization in as nourisning a con dition as at any time during the year. In order to enliven and help sustain the in terest of the society, we have lectures, essays, debates and other literary perform ances. Also the Good Templars have a flourishing Lodge, organized a few months ago, Known as rnmnix AaOdge, Jso. a-'J , in good working order, and steadily in creasing in namoers, which uses its in flu ence in throttling the demon intemper ance, eat in spite or ail tne enorts or both societies combined, some people somehow or other manage to get something wh with to snake themselves drunk and beast ly, perhaps H it only Iloetettert Bittert. The Good Templars understanding tbe good ieeling arising Irom social parties, and the still better feeling imparted to the inner man, by a good duh of oysters, and other fixings, met at the house of one of their n urn bar a few evenings ago, and after partaking largely of the good things brought with them, and spending a few hours in marry oooverse, dispersed to their several homes feeling that 'twas good to nave been there. The late His-h School, taaeht bv Mr. Townsend, of Brookfield, closed a few weeks since with an exhibition, which was very successful, and showed that there was talent in the youth-of Vienna, which wnen brought out, proved to be or first quality. . BHODA. $230,650 la tbe sum total to be distribu ted in the Legal Holiday Drawing, to take place on December Sist. $12 the price of a Whole TtckeVr-will secure some one the Vrand Capital mx or &U,UOU! while Half and Quarter Tickets, at $6 and $8 will afford a chance to the fortunate possessors to draw a proportionate amoon t. Commonioatuna strictly confidential. Purchase Post Office money orders on Cin cinnati, in your own name, and endorse to the order of JU.tsk.bat, jkpdt b Co., Covington, Ky. , '.'..,., Local Notices. Ltcal Nation 15 otatf par Kaa jf nK iaftrtiotL, Ssa oU. per Uam nek mtbtiqvau uttHiem. Great BargalMS. Go to the Bankrupt Bale on Main Street at lu itnn of KfturtiU A Paw. for GlUtAt jiARQALKS ia Car uoods. Cumiao. Fabct 4AT1CLE8. AO. lOO. VVKl. " Pare White Wheat rioar. Those wisblnc ran white wheat flour, can m accommodated bj leaving their urdnra at Camp A Kandall'a MilL Bear Ai&I. Daoot. Wir- rvn. vmu. Fatal Accidents. Bv Railroad. Accidents on tha street in the workshop aad at your horn. Insure against all of these iu the TuvsLaas or Hatod, the oldest, safest and bast Accident Insurance ( panjr In America, WilJTTLESEy ADAMS. Agent Dee,S-2t We Challenge the) Werlsl to vroduee anything equal to "Barrett's Hair Restorative" which took the Hedat Sold by HuiT. blRArXON: MAPdOOD. . General Grant's Closing Sale r Army Goods at Washing-ton oa the 13th last. Am OoTenmest avidantlv considers onr war - tMHsbiaa ended. On the 12th inst they made another large aale of tsovernment Army Goods at W ashingtoa. The large Retail House of l7P. SaaaawooD, of Cleveland, made anoth er large purchase of Army Goods, This House isxetailing the K H army biankets at $1.75. Ihe large lou Die xtreaatea uaTairy utbt ioaxs at S3 The acfantrv Over Coats at $30, The Rubber Blankets at iL.75. and the Lined Blouses at $i. Sherwood is also mating a special sale of xuO paiee of splendid Amtmas Cioihs. at Voo. le cant Menu as at 1.UI. tiyde f ark Cloakinrs at V.00. and Silver t OX CfeiDekiUasatSAI). They axe also kIIi ng 300 poises of Harris Cassimeres at ALA goods worth iAM. -. Jtoo-& a i mt i. ' . Atlantic Mius - XX Red. a good artiole of flour, for $H T bbl; Try it bold at al a S Bacon's. C M fields. J W Brown A Co.. or at CAMP RASDALL'S MILL. - Amber Wheat ffonr. " If you want pare amber wheat flour A (ood ar ticle, inquire for the old Western Keserve Brand. Can be had at M O Bacon's, C M Fields. J W Brown a Co, or at the Mill. Orders filled promptly by addressing - CaMPaBANDALIhw n- Amg tbe many awards of First Pro Sold Medals at tk Paris Espotitioa, nve only were girea to manufacturers of Organs.' The recipieatg ware Massrs. Maoua A Scawv. of F ranee and Belgium, for large organ, who alM reeeiyed tbe decoration of the Legion of Honor, aad Hasan. AtAXsAPal A Soa. ef Paris, for the best read organs. The harmeniucM of" Alexander orjfans " of tha latter house, bare had a worid-viae noto riety for many years, but 'Say have never ob tained popularity in tha DnitW States on ac count of their loud and reedy quality of tone, yet tbe internal mechanism is very flue and da rable. and has been greatly eommended by alt who have inspected these Instruments. Competent aad disinterested judges who are well informed in relation to the merits of reed organs manufactured in Europe as well as la this country, and who hsre earafully examined the Ajixaicast Oaosva, manufactured by Messrs. g. D. fc H. W.' Smith, of Boston, have pro-' nounesd them unexcelled even by the " Alex andre Organ." in tbe beauty and perfection ot the internal workmanship, while in the quality ef tone, whether soft, smooth or powerful, in Variety of combination- ocr delicate expressive effects, they have been adjudged far superior, thovg they ware not up exhibition a the Paris : Gapositioa, ' ' " ' ' ' ' Wa laara that tha new Masonic Temple is to be tarnished with of. Lhasa narivaUed in straments whisk as pew ifl prooensaf aonstruo Uoa. Jloeum Jeemal . sai-gt Back. Wheat Flour. . ' Anotberearleadof the celebrated York State Back Wheat just received none better in the United 6tates. tkld by most ail Sroeers ia War ran, and at tha Milt Ask far Camp Randall's. Warranted as represented, ot money refunded. locarXofices. Local Notioet 15 ecmtm rtr Hm eW WifuM. ten ct: per time tack oubtequait insertion. 1803. . 1868. Korwlcli Fire Insurance Co.; Of Norwich. Connecticut, was etrtabli shod in Hay, A. D. 18U8, and has had an honorable sue eeft of over eiHy-ftmr wear. Whittlkssv AoAMa, is the only Atoat for Arumouu oounty. loc.2-2t. Florence mills XX Spring, aCne article at $11 9 bbl. at CAMP RANDALL'S MILL. To Owners vf Live Stock. The iEtna Live Stock Insurance Company of naruora, uonneencut. lor tne insurance ol Horace. Cattle and Mules, acminat death from accident, fire or disease, also.acainat theft, and loss durinc transportation. W ITTf.KABT Adxms. ifl tha onlv A(nt tnr Trumbull county. VO0.X3-A Tills Is So ! James McCoanelL on V&in RtrMt. lreefM tha very beat Oyster in this market, by the case or can. at prices as low as any body else, lie prepared to supply oroera to any amount for the Holidays, and ceta them dd bv tha nlate. Siewed, fried or raw. In tip-top style. MoConnell maaea uysters a specialty during tbe season, and intends that his place shall stand A. No. anions- tha lovera of bivalves. (dec l-2t. Empire Mills X. a common article at $8 fi bbl, at Camp Randall's. Warranted to raise wall and make food sweet bread. A -'Merry Christmas" to all Mankind! Aad aMhaDDV New Year" in advance, bat no sensible person can reasonably expect to enjoy www vi uieui, uuioaa coauiuooe erv rcam. To the poetical mind, and all who can appreci ata "beautit in art." we would recommend as means of promoting- alarg-e amount of happi ness to co to the New England Gallery, aad seoure a supply of the inimitable Phocos-rapuio productions which are being daily turned ont at that p'ace. Price aeckeap a at any other "flret elate Gatlern." Copying done in a superior manner, and finished by one of the bo (German colorists in the city of Boston. Gallery No. 15 marset St., vt arren. U. KJ.UJB Artist. Oats, Corn, And all kinds of Feed, at Camn a'Rand&H'R Hill. Parties wanting Oats in large quantities, will do well to see us before buying elsewhere. Ancient Fine Arts. To tke Editor of lie New York Herald : ResDeetina theVelica of nornalain wantfnnnil In the late exhumations at Uerculaneum. which have been forwarded to the bociety of Antiqui ties is London, whereof your correspondent sava tha bottle resemblinr Drake's Plntft&tina FBitters was undoubtedly placed among; the ruins by tha agent of Dr. Drake, we desire to stale he is incorrect in ever raanect- I f a bnt. tie was found there bearing our lettering, the laocuage of the Ancient Romans was different from the accepted literature of that day. Our Agent baa outer business than tnis in i;nroDe. and baa aot been in Italy at all. No doubt Americana carry riantation Bitters to Hume but trying to impose upon a society of Antiana. nans in this way. seems ouite useless, and we do aot appreciate the joae. It is unnecessary for as to apena money in .burupe while we are una ble to supply tbe demand lor these celebrated Hitters here. Aaspecuuify, - P. 11. DRAKB A Co, Kag-nolla Water, A delightful toilet ar- tcie superior to uiogne ana at nalt the price. There is nothing in the world eaunl to the Alisma tor removing dandmn! and huoiors of the scalo. preventing- baldness, and giving tha hair a luxuriant appearance, always giving eat- isieonon. ana sola oy aii aruggists. "Can storied urn. or animated bust Back to its mansion call the call tha fleeting Dream v Ho. thevean not do bnt Tlr. J. W. PnUnjt'c v aiterine oompouna can. cee adveruse- ment. Uke Maarle The eertainr anil inlfiMa which COK'b COI7QU BALSAM anma Cnwhm Colds. Croup, and lung difficulties. Give to the children when attacked with Conghi and Colds, and rest assured that you will Sod relief at once, rnysicians say it is the best cough xaoaicinc ia tne woriu. The Holidays are Coming. Look ont for the great rash at A. P. Aau&vsat A Sone. They have just opened a large assort ment of PaieUe Stuneis. Zadiee fure, beaver stumers. Ulovee IMceenna Jimorovlered Uand kerekiefe. Ctoak. and Ctoaline: One hundred hand knit fiooda. Alaoa general aaaortmant at tanetf lrp troode expressly lor the Holidays. uo mere ana get your wile, mother or sweet- Beart eomettung both useful and durable. itta,lB-A Lost. On the road from Warren to Vienna, nrohablg In Howland Tp a Gent's Dark Gray Shawl teller e-.m wnitawoTKea m one earner, ins sudor will please leave it at tha Chronicle t-'Hioe. Ifeb. 18-tf Pare Domestic Wines. I have the following nure Domestic Wines made from the fruits of my Fruit and Viseland Farm, bow ready for market : Clinton Grape wine; btrawberry wise; American eeeoltag uooseDerry wine; lawton tsiacgberry wine; A ntwerp Raspberry wine; American Black Cap Raspberry wine : Black Rngiuh Currant wine: Cherry Currant wine, for sals by tha uaxt ia oottiea, or oj tne barrel. Weathersfield. 0. doc 18-2t. WIes. Go to H. 8. Adam's Fruit and Vinaland Tarm to buy purs domestic wines, for Sacramental purposes. Ldeo. ib-zu Every Young Man I Should make his sweetheart a n resent of a Lara Card Basket, to bo had at .BJiiTjKtliiSLD & PEW'S. Don't throw your Ashes, On tha floor, but buy a Smoking Set of fcETIKHl'IauD i PEW. To all who Contemplate Giving some desirable Holiday 'present, and Irving to determin what it shall be we wonld suggest that nothing would be more acceptable. oostso little Uor the amount ot pleasure impart ed) or be as highly appreciated, as a Photo graph of some present or departed friend, finely finished up in ink or wator color, and put up in one of those nice frames. All which may be ob tained at our rooms, east side. Main -., tot Reed A Adams' Clothing Store, iec..ll7. lttOtJa3rUil.Bllt Great Inducements! , Look before you purchase. A. E. Andrews A Sons are retailing heavy Farmer's and Mechan ios Cassimere at 4 cents, these goods oost il.UC to manufacture. Heavy Checked Shirting Flannels st 40 cts. worth .5 eta. Deo. 4-tt Christmas Presents. Should not be made until you visit iiSXIHEFIELD FEW'S. "Father I" Make you of Cain a at Make your child happy and buy it a Toy set Alii ICR ItUiU A W '6. Good Family Dorse For Sale Enquire of ' Dec 1.167. , " - Mrs. B.S.ADAIR. "Husband Isove your Wife," Aad buy a Christmas present of Table Wars front g.ii..tt.xiiuji a rsHt To Merchants and others A Caid. The undersigned merchants of New Tork city, take pleasure in aaying that the "Underwriters Agency" is in our opinion, pos sessed of ample means, prompt and liberal in the settlement of all claims. U B.Claf.m A Co.; R L. 4 A. Stuart; fiorden. Fellows A MeMillen,' Lathrop, Lndingtoh A Co.; Kent A Co.; War ren. Mix A Co.: Teft Uriswold A Kellogg, and forty others. The resident Agents are T. J. M'LaLs A- SOS. Warren. 0. OotSl-tf The now .aad Florence Ma-Mrs. chines. For sals at . & ADAIR'S Eugene Hair Itestoratlre. This celebrated preparation is now put up in mammoth Bottles, and sold by all Druggists at 7o cents. It is the cheapest, best and most popular Hair Preparation known. Julian liarmou, sole Agent , doc. 1L 1867-ly.- Dress aad Cloak Making. By Miss. Kate OswoU. at Dec4,lso7 Mrs. K. S ADAIR'S. The Best Charts ! For Press Catting, at Mrs. 1. 8, ADAIR'S fee,i.ltT Holiday Ef eeat. A large sstid elef apt ssasortresit )f BoUday Ceoda, Mmale-bexee, lye kevee, 1 rel sTewel-eaaee, Sbeftlebl FJated casca, Harbin. Br was) aad r arissi Statuary. Holla aad Plat es! Sliver Test Betta, anil Table Cat. let-r. A Isu-ge vmi-lety srs;ew Jeweli-y-, Wstteken, Diamonds, Ac, ate. . ' Csttne early aad snake year seleo tlons. HOGAST k WADE. Jewelere, Cor. Snpcrtor A Semeess Stn., Vov.7 1m. CUTELARD.OaiO.. TJiO Sew Weed Sewing Ma- Tf&l9ef Keoelved the highest nrise at the Worlds Fair Paris. It has no equal :,a the world, threat in qucementsoared "to ageuta. An enterprising man or woman ean easily earn from 300,00 to 1.&U0 per year in their sale, without i uteri ear ing with their ordiaary business parraiu. Address . 6, W,CRPVVLLAC0.. Korti, ls6T. Clereiand.!, Competltloat Defied la Black Suit, at REED - ADAMS. De Soto whoa ha visited the shores of Ameri ca, sonirht loo and ardently for the "Sprios perpetual Youth." that thoee whd B(Sed therein ui.hl n.ver rroer old in ' trim. PmhU nf nor dar htTi i ;d I substitute for this unfoand sprinr Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia, a few applications of which gives to white or gray hair that dark, sro giossy apaarsmioe peculiar to yoothlul beauty. If any of our readers doubt this, them try a bottle, and baeonTinced of tbe truth oi our assertion. "ec. U. 1867-lm, Young men's Styles! Of RilkanJ I? uurimare Hats, at August 28, 1867 REKD k ADAMS. Donttry! To make clouting for your Boys when jou can buy it cheaper all mane up. at August - 1S67 REED t ADAMS. Those Beautiful ' Hatched Suits art sailing low, at August 28, 1867 BED A ADAMS, Farmers and Mechanics Will SndK to their adTantate to look at oar Cassimeres, before maung tneir purchases. August 28, 1867 KED A ADAMS. Silk & Cassimere Hats T .1 J a.ntlr-.n at August 28. 1667 REED ADAMS. Plows, Plows, Plows. I The best steel Plows in marlrat at D. E. Bay kett s. opposite the ttaptist Church. Warren. May 1.1867-tf John 91. Stall a Has removed his law office to tbe room over nspgnoa a nrown s otoxvw surar iJioca, Main sudh, t arrvn, uiug, May 1. 1867-tt 20,000. a Twenty Thousand Veal and Deacon skins wanWd by M'Lain A Ward, we will oar the br n,iM M'T.ltK u'lnn Tanners A Leather Dealers, under MeCo) nell's. 2d. door south of Smith k M'Combs. March b. 1867-tf A Speciality Slade In Boys Clothing, at August 28. 1667 KIED ADAMS. Second Hand Bnggies For Sale. ' Encuir at the Livery Stable of . Warren, Joly 31-'67-tf. H, P. BA3SKTT Don't fall to Look At ourCIotbs and Camimpres for suits, before oeing mauroa to purcaase "isewoere. August 28. 1867 . REED tV ADAMS, The Diamond Shirt! Nerer fails to please, they are the best made. ana doi nmrg snirt in use so a only oy August 28. 1867 RD A ADAMS. Terrible Casuallty. On Saturday last, a frightful accident took place at a saw mill m Cherry Valley by which Mr. Ami Lows, lost his life. Ihe Mill is one of liiandy s Portable Mills, and bad been recently sot op a lit tle north of Steele's Corners. In the gearing, was a belt tightener, hung to the collar-beams of the shed, which beams were spiked no. At noon on Saturday, two of these collar-bams to which the tightener was attached fell across the main belt running to the saw, while Mr, Lowe was measuring a board tbe full length of the log from tbe saw. The belt carried the beams forward, sweeping him along with them onto the saw, and throw ing him beyond it, some fourteen feet iioin f is arms were cn; on, the left one in three places, besides bad cuts on tbe bead and one thigh. He lived till Sunday morning about nine o clock, retaining Bis consciousness to the last, though sunering great agony. Both arms were amputated on Saturday afternoon by Drs. Hawley Fricker and Gibbs ; but his internal inju ries were too great, to allow any hope of recovery. Mr. Lowe was a native of Cherry Val ley, about thirty years of age, and highly respected among bis acquaintances Ash tabula Hentxnel, Vets. lb. The Atlantic Monthly, For December, contains tha concl nsion of Dr. Holme's "Gaardian Angel ;" Minor Elizabethan Dramatists, by JS. r. Whin- pie ; Among the Workers in Silver, by James far ton ; Adteratnre as an Art, by T. W. Higginson; A Tonng Desperado, by A. a. Aldnch: Uur faciQc Kailroads, by J. K. Medberv: A Visit to the Bal earic Islands, by Bayard Taylor; A Mys terious Personage, by John Real, and six other stories, essays, and poems. Ihe .furnishers oner the following pbospkctus ros 1868. Chaslis Djckins will furnish ai Original Story entitled "Georee Silver man's Explanation," to run through three or loar numbers. Da 1. 1. Hatis, the Arctic Voyaeer. will contribute a series of papers on "Life in Greenland and the Arctic Regions." similar in caaracter to ''Doctor Moltke." James Paetos will continue to furnish articta on cities of the United States, with prominent Industrial and other topics. An article oa "Pittsburgh will apoear in tbe January number. IS at asd Tatlob, who is now in Jurone. wHl contribute regularly papers on "Out- of the way corners of the Old World." Two excellent benal Stories will be commenced in the January number. Ralph Waldo merso! will com mence his contributions for tha year with an artiole on "Aspects of Culture," whiob will be given in the January number. .Edward jlvekxtt Hal i, Author of "The Alin without a Country," will con tribute frequently throughout the year. His first paper for 1858 will appear ia the January number under the name of "A Wees in bybaris. - EowiJtP. Whitpu: will continue his series of admirable articles on English Literature. . JOH MxRiprTH ItXAD, J A.. Author of "An Historical Inquiry concerning Henrv Hudson," will continue a series of Histori cal Articles of deep general interest. William J. bTiLLMAjr, United States Consul in Crete, will furnish a series of papers giving his experience and observe lions during the struggle of the last year or two between the Greeks and Turks. Cbableb DawsoS Sqaklt will con tribute regularly. Several new contributors who have al ready made their mark in the magazine, have sent in capital articles which will ap pear during the coming year. Among the regular writers for the At lantic, in addition to those already named, are Longfellow, Lowell, Holmes, Wbittier, Curtis, Jlri Clowe, jurs. Child. Bryant, Agassiz, Hazewell, Trowbridge, Wesson, Mrs. Harriet PreacottSp fiord, Higginson, Aldrich, Mrs. Via, ud scores besides ot tbe best writers in the country. The Atlantic Monthly is published by Ticknor & Fields, Boston, at Four Dollars a year. It and their favorite Juvenile Monthly, "Our Toung Folks," are sent together for Five Dollars. FLA N N E L S! Mite Eaunels, Twilled Grey Flannels. Plain Grey Rannels, - ' Twilled Red Flannels. Plain Red Flannels, 64 Rol Kpy Flannels. French Flannels, Shirting Flannels, Plaid Flannels, ; (WW F And all other kinds-thi largajj stoc ia Ufa HAPGOOD ife BB0WN, Ho. I RItcp Block. Nov. 27. 1867-tf of in let Smith's Drnij Store Xo. 10 market St., Warren, A SUITABLE PRESENT XJL For the Holidays, a bottle ofDabin Extract, the genuine can be had at SMITH'S DRL'O STORK. T AMP CHIMNEYS. l.-J All sizes; same that will, and others at SAUIH'8 DRTJ3 STORE. HALL'S HAIR RENE WER. The most popular article of the day day a reduced prion, at SMITH'S DRCQ STORK. THE VERY FINEST -a- wung njevu, is sini seuinr at FI.SO pound, at fcMIIH'8 DKUla 6I0KE. TT7ESTERN LANDS 1 F For sale or exchange will be sold very luwivsmscwwonr. g.Dquireoi Cuward Smith, at 6 IIH'S DHCQ STORK. QUGAR, O Eirhtpou Eight IHraads for a Dallas- a Snin asaart. Leneui oi Dusars. very eoeap. at BJSiliraDRUtJ STORE. CJAINT NICHOLAS BITTERS, KJ A superb Tonic. For sale at SMITH'S DRUGSTORE. N EW SAGE. and Salt Peter, at SMITH'S DRUO STORE. T?AHNESTOCK'S $3.75, Jj Fahnestoek's B. A. Fabaeatoek's White Lead, at the above Srures, can be had at tines, at SMITH S DRU9 SIOKJS. HAMLIN'S WIZARD OIL, by thedoien or bottle, at , S MITH'S DRUQ ST0R1.. anONCENTBATED j Arnica Liniment, the best remedy used RDeumauam, Lame Bask, Sprains. Strains. Sure Throat Ac This Liniment is sold at only 2 cents per bottle, in food sited bottles, and very one sold is warranted to cure. The money will be refunded iu every instance where fails to save satisfaction to the purchaser; sale by aSWAAD A. bMlIli. CITY BAKERY. II. WALDECK. MANUFACTURER OF ALMOND. CREAM, Aaham. 0R3TER. SUGAR. BUTTER and all other Varieties of AO ,33 rt s Also BREAD. CAKES. BISCUIT and PIES, EapeelsU AttewUesi paid to Jekfeera. Location Fraaklia Street. Warren. Ohio. Dec 11, U67-lyr T RACKETS FOR PARLORS S Vand Hittrfig Rooms, are verv handaoma well as useful, you will find them at Adam's jsooa store, eneaper man ever be tort in town. Curisfmas & New Year. FIELD & TIMER lrIER A LARGE ASSORT- W mtat of Fine and Medium quality of OVER COATS, ATA GreatRednctionfroa Prices, having a very large stock, we shell sell them aaeaUAl M UlaUi Their Actual Cost. Wives, Sisters, or Dautbters, wishinc to make a Husband. Brother or Father a durable and wrvpriate Christmas Gift, eannot select a mra M. n,-A societies wishint to express their appreciation of their Pastors, could do no kinder act. nor one that would be mora beneficial than, to select one ot our una Beaver Over Coats and prtnt It with their Chriatma eompHmmti t thfrir MlDUtir. Thai lau.isaal will tin. A iw. An. Gloves, . - Handkerchiefs. Scarfs Ties, Cravats, &c as Holiday ruts to their gentlemen friends. Latest Style of Christmas tiai atsfor the tientle- an. called the LONDON CLUB,' just received, very neat and tasty. "Ws are selling, all kinds of fiats MUCH LOWER than any house in town. Extra Luxe au. Cassimers & Flannel Shirts. v ' :. . .- a aew Citiast reevived. Also a new Invoice of BALL0C& mJCH YOKE ' SHIBTS, since the great dec Ha. in eottoa.UiS7 aratap. Call asd see theca. v . Knit Shirts and Drawers. , we shall dose our stock out, very cheap. COME AND SHE THE2T. :,.'-.. FIET CLASS Peadr Made Clothing, InFniUor bv the sirtle tarmtnt, at RUIN OCSIYIOW PUCfS. i FIELD t TUEJTER. Deo.l.lao7. Warren. Ohio. THE STAS SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE. SOMB1NES SIMPLICITY, Du rability and beauty. It has bat tve pieces acbioery to form the stitch, and nukes the celebrated Sock soteh a stitch alike oa bath sidse the fabric sewed, and will aot aaraveL Xn.1. K. IELU, ksole agent for Tram bull County. Call and examine the 8 tar Sew ing Machine at her room, corner of South, and Kim Streeta. Warren, Ohio. dee. la.-6t STENCIL PLATES CUT, FOB MARKING BAGS, Boxes, Barrels. ee. Small name plates for marking Linn.n. Also Stencil tools and stoek. ""sal. at I i'LEa'S Qua Bhop, Liberty StrK. Warrea. 0. - ueo. la. '67-tf ATOTICE All persons lrchasing a SYe hereb; Prnmiasort arks; dated jJ7 IS. '1867, i. payaoie ia sit months after date, to Darius Baldwin or beaxsi. giv said th. TowIer.O,Deo.l8,l7- O, at per A all for it for aa PORTER'S BOOKSTORE WARRED, onio. WF. POSTER has just re- turned from New York with tbe beat assortment of Holiday Goods aver brought to this place, oooprisinc : SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, Standard Worki, in Fine Eindingi, Beautiful Editions of the Poets, Miscellaneous Books, all kinds. Juvenile Books in treat variety. Toy Books for tha Babies ! Family Bibles ia Tint Bindings. Photofraph Albums, all prices. Pocket Bibles and Testaments, Prayer Books, Fins Engravings Card Photographs, PRANG'S CHROMOS. A In assortment of those new and popular OIL COLOR PICTURE3, Fancy Goods of all kinds, snob as ; - ' Beautiful Writing Desks, Kosewood and Inlaid Jewel Boxes, Hosewood Toi'et Cases. - S (seotlemen's Travilint Cases, . Ladies Work Boxes. Beautiful Portfolios, - Gentiino KercliaxLm -Pipes, HanAy Cigar Cases, ' . Beautilul Smoking Setts, Xobacco Boxer Ae Diaries for 1863, CMldrei's Toys, A treat voriety of all kinds, suitable for children of all aces. Also tiamea of all kinds - ' - r' ' - Croquet Sets"" for the Parlor. Building Blocks, ABC Blocks, Boys Tool Boxes. Chess Men. Backgammon Boards, Checker Men, Dominos. FINE ENGRAVINGS CARD CASES. STEREOSCOPES. CHINA GOODS in Great Variety. Call at Santa Clans' Headquarters; whr jou can, m htrttofore. find tit GREATEST VARIETY ' ' , ; - . 1' , -. c . to select from. This stock is all New cf? Selected T I wich treat ears, on purpose for our customers. while there is a treat assortment to relet from. W. N. & W. F. PORTER. Dee. 18, 1867. - Hower & Higbee asa orrssigo voa thi uolidats. mohair Dress Goods at 25c 6-4 Dress Goods, at 37 1-2, 6-4 POPLINS, at 37 1-& 6-4 Black Alpacas at 371 SILKS. SHAWLS &c At Greatly Reduced Prices. Special Bargain la CLOAKS & CLOAEINGS. Beavers & Cassimeres, Great Inducements ia BROWX at BLEACHED COTTONS. Th beat ahlDInc Bleached CotSoa 1st ."I".' rse.Msurkes. At 339 Superior St. ' Cleveland. O. Dec 18, 1367 - . Hurrah ! Hurrali 1 HuiTali ! FOB THE HOLIDAYS AT Netterncld&Pew's At their Kew- Rooms, on west side. Main St, n arren. unio. Is just thawplac. U buy your HOLIDAY PKESEUTS, i Ask oar prieoe of ' TATsLtB WARE, TRAYS AND MATS. Minnons: and Class Ware of all khxijy . BHITTANIA WARE. a speciality made of Table Cutlery, , Lamp Shades. Lanterns. 'A Sn. assortment of BIRD CA. GS- E IS, Children's Chiam Te-v Sett, Jort tha thin for s nouaar prercnu oiu ior u ooju Sherman's Clothes Wringers for th womm, and Dost Broonu for tha youf uwina. LIVERPOOL WARE ia large quantities. Ask our prises. Is all we ask KBTTEHFIELD A FEW. Ces. 4. 186T-4t T EGAL NOTICE. ; : I 1 Henry Bookout, a am resident of the State of Ohio, and whoaa present )w hereabouts is unknown, is uoreoy nounea tnat barah At. Bookout. his wife, did. en the (th dsy of Dae A. D.. 18(57. file her petition in the Court of Com mon Pleas of Trumbull Co. 0.. charging him the said Henry Bookout. among other things, with willful abandonment of her the said Saraa M. Bookout. without any just cans, therefor, and with neglecting and refusing to provide lor to. support of th. said Sarah at- Bookout, aad praying for a decree against him. the said Hen ry Bookout. for reasonable alimony for the custody of their minor child, Irvin Bookout for authority to maintain and defend actions at law, and transact other business is) her awa nam. aa feme eole. and that certain persoaal property boloagint to tke said Henry Bookout, therein described and hereinafter mentioned, may be decreed to her in part payment of th. alimony, so as aforesaid, to be allowed, and for snob other aad further relief, Ae. rlaid cause will be for hearing at the next term of said Courts somas seeing leoruary iv. iseo. - The said Henry Bookout is also notified, th.t at th. December term of said Court, lte7, an injunction wa issued by order f said Court, commanding htm. the said Henry Boos out. aot to sell, dispose ef. remove or intermeddle with the following articles ef personal property, un til the final determination ex tola cause, to- wit: One small bay Mar., one top Buggy and single Harness, on. korse blanket, one Ctock. one nt common Chairs, one book. - Lost Cause." on. Violin, ona Aooosdeou.cne'TrUBk and contents, and aP-omlssory note made ky il. 0. Hale, for 40.ra. bn day'after'daia, and dated April jVSot w sarXh a. Boaxocf, ' By WoodTorth d) Leslie b,J AitW-sW. CASH PAID FOB TALLOW By . Haskell f Co.. at their Soap Factor. Bear VanGorder's si ill. Warren, 0. Sov. 7, lbbl-dm. -r I A ot - Jc 7c, To-day for in Vfe 8c; free of corn From Vienna. FINANCE AND TRADE. From Vienna. FINANCE AND TRADE. WHOLESALE MARKET. OFFICE WESTERN RESERVE CHRONICLE. WARREN O Dec. 24, 1867. aoh'.l3S - .n;;. '8Uve.-,rti"-'i " " ' - , mall. 134 H ' i nv-rww'UM"M2'10' - - -v. - m 1864, 1M. - - - - H67,1(T7.J - Seven-Thirties. 4 and 3d series) t01!. Compound Into. Sotm' ls64-Us- - - . " -1868.116. t But Httleehense be ' transpired in. the mar kets for the past week. - -Business bemt aouve wh aU. . PKOVISIONS-Firm. POCLIBT-ChickensSc pe. lb; Turkeys 9c per t): Ducks pert) 9c: Geaae. -aeh40c. 8R0CERIKS Litht and auie. BEAJTS-White $2. U $3.'X a. 1 WHEAT-White, 2 73t Amber. : bushel. -2.6U Sprint Nol $2.05. FLoca-tnioo to $11.00. PLAX SEED $2.30 1 bo. Flax Seeu OU.$1,05 sal. Flax Straw $6 to $3 per ton. OATS-Oate 85c CORN Corn 1.30. Apple2-10busheL DRIED APPLE3-89e. BUTTER Fresh Roll Butter SOc CHEESE Wutera Reaerv. 1012e Beaa-308. -. . HOSXX 22025 per pound. , , LARD Country rendered. 109 12M. " HIDES gee Leather Report. 1 r P0TAT0E3-5t3W TEAS-$1.00 to 1.80 per cheat. COFFEE 229 to pan-bat. U LASS See Hardware report. P0RK-7Hac TURSIPS-We, OSIOKS-IJO. WARREN RETAIL MARKET. Warren, O., Dec 24. 1887. , pi Bstrwl. hCider Vinegar 25 Hour W bite Wh't14.50'iCarbon fiii ,, ,, , 60 Flour Amb. Wh't.13.00 Lard, 1 Flour Sprint Wh'U2.00!!Pine shinties th. 6.00 Buckwheat -11.(I0. ' Hemlock, do V tho.5,00 White Lime X0l; Linseed Oil. l.H White Fun..,. 6 .ISoUedOU. talJ.15 Salt.. ... SO Barey chop per cw Per Pound. ia. Pork Pickled-. 15! Shorts per ewt 1 Tallow rendered llVCora MeaL bolusl pr it- ewt., ' JlArs User best cuts ftast io Corn MeaL unbolted Steak 11 per ewt.. 2.30 Routh 10- Flax seed per bush 2. -0 Beef Dried .. 2r!Timwthy " " 3.00 Hams Sjt- Cured U:)0ilMeaI,yi ewt 2,00 country - iwi wnite Lead Vot.75 ffldaa 11 '1'otatoss w buihall 3) Sugar, Brown Peaches- - peaied Per . 30 .14 sugar, lorn Sugar. Crushed. ai an peaied Pruaes. Turkish UBt'od Kan White Flsh Mackerel Onions V Caboage.J5-uie th IS; . Hons, ADDlea " " lJJSal.50 KiO C.ntr.m , , , Java C o See..4uis4c Coffee. HoaateeU. Ureen Teai20(al,iiui Black Tea.. lXMl.tei Molaa8es,seT sal M) do P. H.oergal1.0u Chickens a are . 10 - i dread 15 Turkeys" " 15 Japan lea lwiSiai.4uiliucks-. 25 Candles Tallow leiitiees. eaca do fctearin. 2Ji lumpa - do . btar ilx Cnnbarrv it at Hiaeellsvsssjoisa. 1 Beans per. qt iSU' i Syrup, extra 1 ,25j Hickory Ji uu per b X iagi5j Cleveland Wholesale Market. MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 23, 1867. red from No. 2 wheat l,Hb 12.25: XX red from No. 1 wheat J13.t."13.S.): XX whiu$14.14.30! XXsprina tUi.5wo.ll. Buckwheat Flour ta.5uaiU.00. Bye Flour (X.-."iO. . W H K AT Dull. FalesT ears K. 1 red winter at from storos. e 1 Jlilwauke spring held atAZWal.20 in ear lots. COKNguiet and steady; sales 20TO bu aew No 1 at $1.0 from store : 1 ear earsatisOa 0. t. OATS Dull and unchanged ; aalal car No 1 State at S8c from store. iith&c-i.D UiHrd-CorrtiaiN ia light receipt and dull at 7?iaHx,e tor choioe. dividins oa 200 PORK In moderate demand and ahehaugeeL 8 alee 40 bblaSol mess, eity-packed. at 122,00. Kol do $41.00: Clear $24.00; Prime mass SJO.00. j.Atu city-rendereol In moderate trade de mand aad steady; sales loCO lbs at 13alJSc ia uercn ana nrxins ; eountry-radered tlHalli4. BUTTkR In moderate local Hem anil and steady. Choice Westera Baserv. 3oai7o ; com mon 1-1 gooa 00 zoajuo. CHEisd-Dull and steady at 11315c lor good to choice dairy and factory. DKLKD APPLaS Uuietat6a8o lor old aad nkEhS APPLti-VuM at $2.0033,00. aew coroing w quality. 8 aisQuiet. Clover held at $7.25 2 Timo thy held at tUfr. Flax POTATO&r-Uuiet and steady at S9a90o for Peaehb'owsia ear lots: V5a$l.u) from store ONIONii In very light supply aad firm at $1.50 per bu and $6,00 per bbl. BEANS In fair demand, firm at $3,25a30 for prim, white: $2,UUa2,'3 lor oommoa to me dium. . TALLOW Quiet and steady at 9Kal0e for city and country rendered. FEATHKrL-In fair demand at 80aa5c. as- eoroing 10 quality. I.I M a Water Lime. Akraa and Oawee-a. steady at $2,00 per bbl. whit. lame. Cleve land ana rremont. i,ou per 001. PLASTKR in good demand and Una. Ala. bsater white $9,00 from Store: Powell's $10,u0; Alabaster calcined tsjii tte bbl- Pewall'a da bALX steady and. Srm at f3& for rme aad Coaner-ZeoJsr - Chicago Live Stock Market. BEEF CATTLE The market onened verv tame, and at 1 o time during tke day did trad, attain more thaa a moderate a agree of activity. There was some inquiry for good to prime ship ping -Buuocas ana ia uowi ior city siaugaier, and for suoh a tolerably firm feeling obtained, but oommoa grades were neglected, and, with a tuoolv largely exceeding the demand, orices ruled eensioly lower. The weather was fine, and the duforent class of buyers were well ren reaented ; but there was no interest manifested on the part 01 any. and the aggregate sales shew a small business done. Kasiem advioee had a bad savior, aod the impression seemed to b. pretty generally entertained that values espe cially fer common and medium stock moat materially depreciate within the next ten days. Certain it is. that if drovers aud country shin-' pera persist in flooding tbe market with itvi ragged, n in reed." halSfatteued. raw-boned.' "th-e-ered.'' saaliawag " sfick, they will be comer obliged to sell at lower prices, and that speedily. Transaction, amoraee 10 need, inese were divided between shippers aad local buyers., at a range of $2 ouaVl 50 lorinierior to common ; $4 Uxi-4 50 ior medium 10 good butchers' Cattle: and $6 tXfcxti SO for common to good shioomg Beeves, lap market olosea quiet at the fouew- lug quotations: , . a CLOSING PRICES. Extra Beeves l ine, fat, well iormed. r 4 to 0 years Old steers, aad averaa-lug ' LllXI lbs and uowaria.--. Arjjvar rlt nine aeefem uvuu. wwi uuteu. nos- ly formed steers, averaging from i.- 100 to 1.4U) lbs. at Sd.asas.Ts Fair Grades fair stoets. in fair fiesh. arnaging l,0uul.aJ Bs, at .45C6.00 saetuum 11 ass iueonum steeis and - good eews, at for city slaughter and ' averaging Ouxail.OuOlM, at $3,S04.T5 lock Cattle Common cattie in de- Stock cent Bosh, a T ex aging e-M1.0X) it at !.0t5!4.62!5 Inferior Light and this cows A steers iovitf i.75 HOGS The volume of business transacted to day was considerably in excees of that of any day since Thursday lost, yet there was a. ur gency in the demand, and the ieeling t weak- ess tnat nas cuaraetenaea tne market tor the nast faw dava. Wag Still a Dromineat faalnea further decline ia the Kaat has again checked tne movement .1 snippers said a scarcity ot funds" and a general lack of confidence pre vented any eonaidarabie movemeot 00 the part packers. Between the two some 15.8W head were taken up. at prices ranging at mco oO for common mixed uneven lots ; $ri 'HS-H t) for medium te fair; $6 2f6 aO for good, and $6 75 (a6 90 for prime to choice. A few extra wen closed oat at $7 0037 zo, sad one lot of Nepon set flog at 97 SO, Among the beet sales of the day were lb head of the " Mage" .reed, owned atd fed by N. W. MoLain. of Bristol. 111. The drove averaged 43 fcs, aad broaght 7 A. To wards the close of th. markM a rather firmer feeling was developed, and we quota prices steady at $5 Ougtti Ml for common to choice. SHISKP The market was again quiet, aad price were steady and aotninsily unchanged; ranging at $1 ow94 50 for inferior to ehoice. Ckteaga Intme. Dee. U. New York Cattle Market. December 23, 1867. Receipts, 5,681 beeves ; 201S sheep and Iamb.; 26,111 swiae. - r BEEF CATTLE Market , dull and prices of aU but tha choicest grades were lower, with a large number of poor stock on sale. Christmas cattie sold as biih as 21c, but there are few of such on sale. The market ia dull and very slack. Poor to medium yllc ; medium to fair steers 120$13c; good steers and fat oxen lSifoiiec : prime to extra steers iota; lie. Majority of sales al 14i,16c; average. price 16c. SHEEP Sc LA M BS Demand for good stock quite fair, while poo stock contin ues neglected. Best sheep sold as high as with few Christmas sheep at 1012c the market has been very quiet common stock, while prime stock was fair request at very full figures. Some very choice sheep selling as high as 9c -- quote common to fair at 4(S51c : good to prime at 6(261c : extra sheep 1(a) Lambs at 5j8c. HOGS The market opened firm, with demand, and prices showed a slight improvement, ' but a decline to d seated bogs weakened prices, and, the market closed verv dull aud. heavv( with upwards q0 cat loads oa sale. Prima heavy ted at 6t(S7c; medium BJfd.c; common 66Jc K4r?)l 8j-. w fnr w. DIARIES FOB 1863, In every style, now fj the tint, to boy. fxwaafuUauek.H ADAM'S BOOK 8T0BX G OOD COFFEE . H. ALLISOS ft Co's. Crugguts, Main Su WatrstV just ey tti-nrVir--, t Pennsylvania Central Stock Yards. PITTSBURGH, December 19, 1867. Tt TVi. Ma j i ,i . M.j.I" a-iuin wees: on- i iT j , ""PP'y. . among me onennrs were -a bead of show cattiek sold by Henry Miller to Beilstusaasid Vetmt sehau . Allseheny ifr pirt !"! v "lrei 1W weight was 6.425 .: one three year old weighed, on Si Tt?.L.LTU, lmt trauspartat.on l.Vi Sy-8. Gw"" 10 C,"k W. -PjElemen. purchased from S. Berry one .how f i -i s,? . U mr5 bm4 it "vac. weight 3.1 0 H, sl $d 00 9 ewt. The above are the highestfiture paid In this market for a long nine. The average ran of price, were $4c 75 acted . borr, ',e'd " ""- held Uiimt ff ta &i wse: reach 389 J;ttiEPrTSrunrT -eery light. The aalra made were at a variety of prices. The extreme rates were 1 7S6 00 1 ewt. The fall ag o id .alssi werei44 heaaV ru m Z1 f fackint estahi jhmeuts are ail iQ rail blast. The rates, however, have undergone no particular change. The falling off in sales "as 'large, reaching nearly S.0OO head. Theex poru eat wars iiOaral. Theoperatioos for th. w thro. week. wer. as foltowst uecemoer 5. n oi Deonb lirzniSiia: Peowiber la . . y? $ $5 2Sa7 25 26)7 A" 6 267 60 Hardware CORRECTED R. H. BARNUM & CO. R. H. BARNUM & CO. No. 11 Market st. Warren, O. Iron Axles, Common- all sk as per ft s cts Hall Patene . "T - (i8 Spring.7... t -ataas H.ifsa Mails t ' m 3lsai3 ves.-eutSasTa ., goaioo per ft L njeed Oil 1. 15per gal Ci wbon Oil m - La rd Oil, (best) U0 - Bn aole. 40 - : 6mi. So. 1 Coack Vara ink AA0 " I do do Furnitnre Varnish 4;S0 W hit.' Lead ia Oil, 25 Kew-a64JB VTLLsWAorooLoaa. ' " BabitVatal ; JJ ojet 5o. 2 Tut. L r.;aj.76 per d So. 1 do -. 14,75 do fkitts Horae SuoeBar EbglUh Cast ttoel Chalker's Axe Handlea riKr wv . , ,. li.S do .6'-,eu per ft -2S eu do 50o Fairbanks Scales. ..(list) ilvree anoes . . -A4se Kdle Powdssr. IT. . If. per keg. ShotQanu luoi.t.r. ao .F.F. do.- Haoo lean. linch per lb. Vie d- do incn Taunble Skeins. by LL aar sat isi1 Sent Springs per pairLnAOO4.50 ilia Hope per " ,1 -, ,,. t ,,, -,'in kit adxlO 1 BOA ,4.75 i.00 siixi3perbex.. Glass cut to all rises. Aa katsa W atar iirawara.i,,., a , , $10JO Leather Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY CORRECTED WEEKLY BY M'LAIN & WARD, CORRECTED WEEKLY BY M'LAIN & WARD, At A. M'Connellsold Stand, Main St. Warren, O Slaughter Sol. per ft'.. B-A-Sol. 2 Oast " ' " F'.auhed Calf per lb . . . French Calf per B, Harness per ft , 36Vs)40a . 3Gtj5o . 4'W4)1 I35'9)15d 150Kai30 ..4t,1S-t2e Finished Uppers per doaeaM .At6,loU.uO -.dee trreeu untriarmed. . so rlides ttreen trimmed- -s.va. li das Qreen trimmed, full eu , Jitdee Lry lint.... Jlidea Dry tjoltom-, reen slip lw12o 2WS30o iry B.ip Dry Caff 26M Pelts, each.. -267oc Huearhngs . lOwlJSo ieaona . yi"" ana carnages time aad OXina. to Mou . - - PHALONS NIGHT, BLOOAI- JH 153 , Cerua distilled from that beautiful C.tWer. AMSStrfDin.rAI th. W.JkMliiaf for sal. at . M. U. AXLlavX A Co. ... rvgut.Asua fit. Warrea. 0. " RANGOON OIL , LINIMENT for th. ear. of Sprain and Rheumatism adapted to both Man and Beast at - B. H. ALLISOJf Co. ' Pre it girts. Main St- Warren. BITTERS for the Cnre & preven ting of Ague at , . , S.B. ALLT30!TA Co's. Sruxgistg. Jlua k Warrem. 0' BUTTEK ANTlilONX'lbr tha Con of Foot Rot ia Sheen, gt E. H. ALLIaOH A Co. Srstggurtg. Mai Street. Warren. 0. D RUG STOR E, Refitted and Eefilled! IVo 5, market Street. GEOBGE H. EEED ft CCS Do mestic Dyes. Also Howe 4k Stevens t amily Dy. Colore, ', BUCK LEAD, $3,85 per keg. - (See Advertisement.) Pure Carbamate of. tea d, Superior to any other White lead. ' SeeGaar s ante, of y reach. Kwhards i Co. JEFFERSON LEAD, . . ;. - .. - FJUfKLlN LEAIV . . .yj. Y0EXLEAD. Bmafl Cans f White load and Colors. Oil, Varnish and Turpentine Brushes, - " : . .'.Putty,' and Glass. A large stock of articles for all who wish to bay good article for a fair price. Carbon5 -Si-'.": fJr-TSJH lard and V ' . ITeatsfoot Oils, FISH & SPERM OILS- port .wisna better aad cheaper than any Samburg (Elder berry) wine in market. Also Madeira acd Skerry, asd . ITTXIU IsIQtTOns ...v. v. forUedical nw onryv ' TILDEN & lVIEERILL'S FLUID EXTRACTS ESSBSnAX TINCTURES A POWDERS. Nichols, Powers ft Weigbtman'a FINE CHEMICALS. Sbaksrs Herbs Pure Drugs. &OOD TnUSSES, SUPPORTERS,-SHOtTLDER BP. AOS. aud varieus instruments for Pbyaieians aod Sur geons. A full assortment of Salves. Plasters, d-e - Lamps, Lanterns, GMmneys, YAHXEZ: NOTIONS, Wholwale. W. will sell Hosiery. Glove. B ultima, and Velvet (cotton) RibSaa. aad wallets, eery tois, to close out tbe itoct. ; Tea, Coffee & Suar, SPICES, - ' SOAP, WASHING SODA, PKBiTMIRr aad a vatisAv ef Faaoy aaticlea FUUIT EXTRACTS Peaches,' ' ; ;" ' Raisini, Citron, &e. Poutz's Condition Powders, IHlQHfB.05EraiJ)'S r Oexttlo Powders. Coloring Receipts tiled aad instructions girsQ their use. Orderalrem ta.oouatry solicited. uav. alarceeeoekef Tobaoco, Cigars, & Notions- . which wa offer very Cheap. ' j? JCLIA. UARMOt. May L 1867. SLATES. - - v.' aSdos. tboee alee roead sminiiisl fllaa. r a received and fcr sale by wt,',v ... w.fl.dB.TOaix EA-NCYDKESS GOODS in alfth choice varieties, comprising plain and fan Alayaccaa. reus usosu, worssaa flatdsw Lawns, Poplins. Aeoanyof ueue lower prices than ths sajaa 01 asa o good lugnt beforetha w.ai. CAkA, at aauiii itifc