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ATL1MIC k C. W. RAILROAD. TIME TABLE- , MAINLINE, i Trains lesT from Warren Station as follows: WE ST. Day Express' ', , ' .....Ml- A57AM 63PM 3:20PM 4:5S P M .1:40P JI jTiEhtllxpr! Accommodation- Way Freight. EAST. Cine-mat ti Xona. Right Express .4:56 P M 6:06 A M 8:15 AM 11:40 PM Mail. Way Freight- Acoounriodation P M ,' The I eoouuDodation and (rigbt carry pssn tars. ... . - 1IAHONINO DIVISION. "WEST. Trains leare Warren as follows : Exprw '-.ISAM Pittsburgh Express Freight .6:22 PM -iOOPM 8:50AM EAST. Xxpress- .6:52 P M - Pittsburgh Express.. Mail Fmght . 4:57 P M 9:45 AM i45PM Cost! At Cost!! Being desirous of making room for our Spring stock, wo shall offer the f-oals named below at Cost. We ask onr- friends and customers to call and see for themselves that tliis is no humbug : Overcoats, 'Wrappers and Drawers. "Wool Shirts, "l"ur Caps, Collars and Gloves. - Boys" Clothing, Silk and Casiimere Ilata, . Silk Plueh Caps, Buckskin Gloves and iTittona.;. ..- . Beavers an if Cassimcres, Broadcloths and Doeskins. The above named goods will be sold at Cost, or CasA. REED & ADAMS. . fo hotici will be taken' of -commu nicalion sot jeompanieJ by .respon aible name. The name will be consid ered confidential, bnt must in all cases nocompany letters as a guaranty of good faith. lo communications returned. Town and County. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ' Seinetnber the lecture at Webb's Eslli on next Sa4urday evening, Feb.'lst , to 4 aeliTwed by Theodore TUton.'. "Tbe American Woman " is bis subject: Geo.: Alfred Townsend, tha lecturer, accompanied by his wife, was in town last Wedtiesdav'. . He lectured in Younqstown the same evening. loungstown, according to a cencus -taken, last May, h ad a population of 5,032 The Register thinks it now bas 7,000 in habitants. ; -1-; ; . '. Vice President. Wade has favored us with a valuable collection of Public Doc uments, for which he will accept our thanks.'- " '? " . ' " ' " . . Counterfeit' two dollar bills on the National Union Bank of Kinderhook, 2T . are id circulation, and some one ap pears to be distributing supply of them thmugh tha section of the country. The Painesville Adteriiaer of the 18th says, firm in that place had purchased within the Week, fifteen thousand pound s of wool, at an average of thirty -eiht cents a poaod. r ' " ' The like Shore. Grape Growers' As sociation will hold thoiranntMl meeting at Cleveland on tie 19th o Pebrnary.- A report will be made on tie Moral Influ ence of Wine making. Well executed counterfeits on tha First National Bank of Philadelphia are said to be in arcalation. Many banker1 are laid to have been deceived by themj and none but experts can distinguish them from the genuine. -W e learn that a vein of furnace coal was struck and drilled through, some two weeks 'since, ia Hubbard, by Messrs. Price & Domrhton. This strike was made on what is known as the Everett farm, and is reported as the thiokest vein yet discovered In this valley, being CJ feet. Hon. Jas. A. Garfield has placed us under renewed obligations for a fine selec tion of Public Documents, among them part Lit, 2d and Sd of the Congressional Globe, containing the proceedings of the 2d Session 89th Congress, and the Annual XUport of the Smithsonian Institute for 18eQ, for which we return him our thanks, Eev. Chas. Steck, Hector of Christ's Church in ibis place, proposes preaching a serieaf sei-aeons, eeramencing on Sabbath evening next, which are to be addressed to the young. His text for that evening will be "The Apostle Paul a prisoner be fore King Agrippju" . The young as wall as all others interested, are invited to at tend. From the Ashtabula Sentinel of th 22d inst., we learn that on the night Of the 15th the shoe-peg and clothes-pin foe lory at .Footvilo,tiat Bouhtj, .with it, entire contents, were destroyed by fire. Loss about $10,009, the insurance having -expired a few days previous to the fire. . From the same source we learn that on The 17th Inst, Mri D: Smith, of Orwell; had his leg badly broken while unloading logs. Mr. O. L. Wolcutt informs us that one evening, some two weeks since, as Dr. O. K. Belden, jof West JFarmington, re turned bomb 'from visiting a sick patient, a boy living with the Doctor, went to care for his bone, but not returning in due time, search was made, when the Doctor found him wandering about back of the house, covered with blood and unable to speak, or give any information as to how be was injured. On going to the barn it was fouid that the horse' had licked" hitri in the head, the cork of the shoe on 'the horse striking the boy in the ear, knock ing his head with such force against a board on the other side as. to cut off some of his hair and leave it sticking on the board. The boy must have wandered' about the barn, staMs and yard adjoining, for an -hour or snore, a, he could be dis tinctly tracked by blood. Ho lay for six days apparently insensible, and is still un able to talk, bat indicates a conscioDess of what is going on around him. ed as of of of by an is as ! for of 'has N of is the to and Theodore Tilton's Lecture. The fourth lecture of the Polemic Club's regular course, will be delivered at Webb's Hall, on Saturday evening of this week, l.y Theodore Tilton, editor-in -chief of the " Independent" Subject; , " American Woman." Mr.TilUm's lecture here last season was one o tho most successful of the entire course, and those who bad the pleasure of hearing bim then, can scarcely Jail to at tend on Saturday evening. He is a vig orous and bold thinker, and it platform orator of undoubted merit. m m ' UowlaSD, Jan. 27, 186S.- Ma. Ekitob: ilr. lteuben Williams, of Uowland, butchered on Ihe 22d inst, two hogs weighing 1.050 lbs. Hartford will have to try it ugain. Fakmeb. the W. ; .( the i oi in last As 4 ties tpe Trumball County Statistics. ',. ;W gather from the annual report of the Auditor of Slate for the last year, the following information concerning the sta- tiitias of owy counts, which shay prove yl generui interest to many of our readers :" During the year, the State received from Trumbull County, the following taxes : For State debt or Sinking Fund, S1G,&!3 7i; war iund, 10 09; general revenue for State expenses, $14,050 33; State common school fund, S1S.291 49; volunteer relief tund, 3-0OS ; total State taxes, 549.3S5 94 to which is added $35 10 for peddlers' licenses, and S30 00 for show licenses. Of tho school fund paid to tho State, 17,449 CO, or within SSJ1 S3 of the whole auioust, was return ed to the county. Tho Grand Duplicate for 18G7, contains the following items : Acres of land, 897," 400 ; yalue of land, $7,6C3,80C i value o real estato in towns, $800,056 ; value of chattel propertyv 6,072,373 making a total of S14,53G,840. The following is the tax lavied: For State debt or sinking fund, 1 and 2-10 mills, $17,444 20 ; general rev enue for support of Stato government, 1 mill, $14,530 84 ; for common school fund, 1 and 3-10 mills, $18,897 total State taxes 31 mills,: 550,873 '9i;: total amount of all other than Statft taxo3, $194,370 32; total amount taxes for all purposes, $245,249 24. The local taxes assessed are County tax, $14,536 84 ; poor tax, $14,536 84; bridge tax, $10, 902 C2; building tax, $10,902 C2; road tax, $24,755 47 ; township tax, S11.543 09; township and . sub-district school and school-house tax, S53.P20 OS; other'spe cial taxes, $41,494 04 ; city, town and vil-' lage taxes, 812,078 72; delinquent taxes and forfeitures, $1,559 86. ... But few counties - outside of Hamilton and Cuyahoga paid as large a road tax as Trumbull, and as a result we should bave good roads throughout tho county. But four counties in the State contain more acres of land, and few only exceed us in value per acre. Among the items of taxablo persona property, Trumbull county exhibits 9,15 head of horses, valued at $S29 426.; 34 ,067 head of cattle, valued t at 5S48.987 ; 417 head of mules at $25,869 ; 124,015 sheep at $208,622; 7,797 hogs, at $32,084; 4,785 carriages, at $203,700; all other personal property subject to taxatiery-exoerit- bank capital and corporation property, $341,. 463. The total value of taxable personal property is $5,987,692. The number of cattle in this county exceed those of any county in the State Ashtabula having the largestr' S2.4S2 -leaving us 3,585 head to boast of. The value of our cattle are assessed at .$4 67 per head iu excess pf those of Ashtabula. From the statement showing crops, c. we have-tke following: acres of wheat2,5D8, bushels 15,484; rye 619, bushels 4,573; buckwheat 940, bushels 10,709 ; oats 841, bushels 267,214; barley 21, bushels 219 ; corn 9,721, bushels 441,510; meadow 48,- 461, tons of hay 57.8S1 1 clover 122, tons 182 7 bushels seed; flax 7S0 acres, 7,782 bushels seed 205,815 lbs fibre; 1,413 acres potatoes, 164,145 bushels; 7 acres tobacco, 2,671 pounds ; butter 778,999 lbs; cheese 2,755,893 lbs ; sorghum, 17 acres 72 lbs sugar, 2.2S0 goilons syrup ; maple sugar, 237,061 lbs 11,193 gallons syrup. The number: of pounds bf -woul shorn were 76,619; number of sheep killed by dogs 510, valued at $1,905 ; number of sheep injured by doss 450, valued at $954. The aggregate amount of injury to sheep by dogs was $2,859.: The number of dogs in the county were 1,786. The number bushels cf coal mined in Trumbull county during the year, amount to 7,140,440 heing in. excess of any other county in the State by 63G.9G5 bush- over .one-Dim of the coal mined in the whole State. . With the new and rich mines lately discovered in Vienna, Hub bard and: ilrookfield, we may, loot for such an increase during the present year wilt materially add to the already large supply, while the figures will tell a story greater magnitude than the majority our citizens anticipate. H - Of the sold'ers1 claim fund, the county received, during the year, from ihe State Treasury, $1,332 67 leaving a balance in the Treasury, Nov. 15, of $28 2S. The number of male inhabitants over 21 years age, from tho enumeration' of April and Hay, in the county, were 8,236 white, and 51 colored, making a total of 8,257. The Western Keserve Bank reports an outstanding circulation of $11,000, secured U. S. stocks and bonds. The Warren Gas Company reports prop erty to the amount of $3,474, andTpaid aasessnent of $5 23 for the support of the State Inspector of Gas. Tho following are the net salaries of Trumbull County officers. foe the year 1867 ; Auditty, $1,904 ; Sheriff, $2,044 03 ; Clerk," $2,109 12;. Recorder, $892 15; Treasurer, $2,016 38 ; Prosecuting Attor ney, SC17 4S. "'-' or of From Greene. GREENE, Jan. 27, 1868. EpiIOB Chkokicu: 'We hare-five re ligious societies in town. In West Greene, a church lately OrganizedknownasUie Church of Zion. They are very zealous, and practice washing Teet as a gospel ordi nance, and hold their meetings at the Owden school-house, with the Rev. Carter Pastor, At4heeeiiter is the pisoopol .Methodist Church--a good meeting-house, convenient sheds, and a pleasant parson age, with Eev. Clark as Pastor. At Chur chill's corners, is a church of Disciples, or Christians a convenient heuseof worship. This house Was organised about 1850, and some years their prospects were most discouraging, as other churches had been previoasly established and had got the in fluence; their -teachings also coming some what in contact with other denominations, they were at once denounced as heretics, their faith, being - strong in thq. power truth, they went forward, receiving oc casional additions to their number, until they now occupy a prominent and influ ential position in society. A meeting of days has been bold in the church which just closed, with good results; some eight or ten having been immersed. The meeting has been conducted by Kev, N. Bartlett, of -Bioomiield,-assisted by Elders W. Bartlett "and E. A. Wakefield, Greene. At fie north part of the town a P. AV. Baptist Church, organized in 1831, and, believing that the Church was light of the world and the salt of the earth, considered It wrong and improper hide their light under a bushel, by be coming united with secret societies, and hidden combinations ; and being the first church in town which took a bold and de cided stand in favor cf the down-trodden oppressed, they have' exerted a very salutary inflaence in society. J. Rogers their Pastor. There is also a church of Wcsleyan Methodist, who hold their meetings one half of the time in the F. Baptist house Bov. T. Savage, Pas tor. The ministers' of the two last named churches, I think, are well sustained, as there has been an oyster supper got up in each society for their e?pecial benefit At Wesieyan parsonage, a large company young jieojue assembled Iroiu miles nrouail, and spent toe evening until uite hour in merriment and glee, nd that too, the same room where but a few weeks previous, the Pastor's daughter-in-law lay expiring in death, and whure weeping par ents stood at her bedside, listening to the dying groans of an only daughter to the correctness and propriety of leading church jnembei-s, and profeised ministers cf CarLt, cettins up such car- to support tho gospel, 1 will leave for better portion f community to judge. Now asd Then. ses he out his as ten the was one Saw of left an Did . she with that Ans - of of on - oath the Jkill I tr no stay The inst. me and was went ed HORRIBLE TRAGEDY! ATTEMPT AT MURDER & SUICIDE! A Man Stabs his Wife Seven Times and then Kills Himself! WHISKY THE CAUSE! Testimony before the Coroner's Inquest. Full Particulars. South Warren, on last Friday evening about half-pa6t six o'clock, was the scene of the most bloody, premeditated and des. perate tragedy 4het we remember Laving ever occurred in the history of tho town or County; the" reports of which sent a thrill of horror through the minds of our citizens and caused intense excitement. The report was to tho effect that Charles Frease, a young man living near Liberty street, south of the canal, had soverely, if not fatally, stabbed his wife and then made good his escape in tho darkness of the evening. Tho wildest rumora were afloat concerning the affair, and telegrams were at once sent in all directions, and arrange ments made to pursue the would be mur derer, as'soon as daylight came and any trace of him could be discovered, when seat ;h for the guilty man was abandoned for the night. - .-. On visiting the house, Mrs. Frease was found to be in a very critical condition, having been stabbed some seven or eight times in tho back, side and arms one of the arms being frightfully gashed near the shoulder and almost severed from the body. One of the wounds in the back it was feared had penetrated the left lung The Doctors AVoods were oon at the house, and rendered the injured woman every aid in their power, and aAer probing and dressing the wounds, pronounced them very serious, but not necessarily fatal. ' Soon after daylight, Mr. Wm. Peffer, a brother of Mrs. P., found the lifeless body of the would-be murderer lying in a small enclosure a few rods in rear of the house where he had the ni?ht before made the murderous assault upon his wife. Sup posing he had deprived her of life, he went out at the back door of tho house. and with the same weapon deliberately took his own life. . There were ejfht dis tinct stabs on his left breast, one of which penetrated to the region of the heart, and was sufficient to produce death. On the left side of his neck was a terrible ugly looking gash, some two inches in length. Large numbers of our citizens visited the place where the body was found, and may they never be called upon to witness another such sight as the stiff, lifeless form that greeted their Tision, which was struck down through the influence of passion, induced by the baneful effects of strong drink. - The parties had been married since latt June only, and it appears from evidence given before the - Coroner's inquest, that the malice he bore his wifo was on ac count of her refusal to furnish him money from her earnings,' that he might purchase drink and spree it. She bas the reputa tioa of being an honest and industrious woman The deceased was a native of this place, we believe, about 80 years of age, and en tered the army as a private in Co. " C,' 19th O. V. I. in the throe months' service. When tho regiment re-organiaed for three years, be was again found serving in the ranks of his old Company, and when the regiment Veteranized ho returned, to the field and. continued in service until the organization' was mustered out. He is represented as having been a brave and good soldier by those who served with bim his greatest fault being ah inclination for gambling. After coming home, this habit contined to grow upon him, and, coupled with it, a desire for strong drink, until the little he had saved from his earnings winnings, were all gone, aud he was forced to commence labor. For a couple of seasons he worked at the- Oil Mill of Messrs Dawson & Co.. where he is represented as having been quite faithful and attentive to his duties. Leaving this employment, he went on tho railroad in the position of brakesman. which he soon loft. Immediately after marriage, he resumed his former habit gambling and drinking, and went from bad to worse to such an extent that his wifo could not tolerate him. The whisky- fiend was in full . possession of his mind and body, and like so many we read of daily, in a moment of passion, it has bur ried him to destruction and left a name that should be a warning to young men who are now forrarng an appetite for strong drink. The body was cared for by Coroner Reed, and on Sunday was buried In. Ihe eld cem etery, the sermon over his remains being preached by Rev Mr. Pago, in the First Presbyterian Church, in the presence of a large concourse of people. The sermon is spoken of as being a very interesting and appropriate one. Below is the most important of the tes timony elicited at tho Coroner's inquest : Mrs. Hett'te- Feflers, boing -sworn depo as follows .,"".;" Question- Stare what you know of the death of Charles Frease? Answer He had been drinking and was half crazy when came into the house last night, said that he would have his revcage, then took his' knife, and caught hold of Susan', wife, and asked her if she would live with him. . She replied that she could not, he had abased her and me, and be swore that he would kill me, if he had to wade in blood up to his knees, and to wait years. Also, that he would burn down house. He then took his knife and stabbed Susan ; saw the knife in his hand; a new ene, and could see the handle shining; can not recognize the knife, (shown her by the Coroner,) as being the with which the deed was -committed. him stab her once, and then I ran out the house; was in the kitchen about :30, P. SI. Did not see anything after I the house. I went over to my son's house, and returned in about a quar ter of hour, busan was over at Jlr. i ox s lying on a loi'nge, and Charles was gone. not see hm until the next morning. Question by Jury Had they bad any former difficulty ! Ans None only that had told him that - she could not live him on account Of his drunkencss and abuse. f ' ' . 1 Question Did he say anything about killing himself 7 Ans. iio told his wilo ho would do so, . i ; ' ' Question When did ha tell. her this! Last night. ' - - Question When ? Ans After ho bad stabbed her, he said he had done what be wanted to, and would kill himself. 1 re side in South Warren, am fifty-two years ago. The deceased was about 25 year ago', and was married to my daugatcr the 5th of J une last. I. N. Dawson, mayor, next called: Will state what I know previous to this affair. About five or six days ag, oh the of Mrs. Pelfers, I issued a warrant for arrest of deceased, for threatening to Mrs. P., and to burn her property. l . . . ceciipeu ui x uuuwwa, aou it was tbought best not to pursue him if he would away, and not endanger the family. next I knew of him, was about ton minutes past 8, on the evening of the 24th Mr. PeCers came to me and notified that his sister had been stabbed by her husband, and wished me to take means have him arrested, if in town, but it thought that he had escaped. I then to tne telegraph ofhee, aud dispatch- Kast and AY est, to bave bim arrested.if 5 A as is of i l the are of iuo c for bo bad escaped by the Rail Bonds. This A.- M. J to 7, I started to Bad" Marshal i Brooks, to consult as to measures for his 1 arrest, when 1 met Air. v. who informed me that Mr. Frca e had boon found, and that be had committed suiciJe. In com pany with Mr. Dronnan, wo started down to see the body. We made a slight exami nation, lifting up his arm, found ona cut in his breast, and the knife lying undor the bodv, close by bis hand. . Wm."PetTers. Mr. Frease was a broth-er-in law of mine, do not know his age. The first way the trouuie onginaieu wb-. this: Ho had vn using considerable money, his own and 'wife's. She wonld keep hers away from him, but when ho found it ont, he would give hor no pe:ice until he got it, and so kept getting worse all tho time. lie would get drunk and come home, be abusivo and malec threats, run my mother out of the house with a butcher-knife, and they would havo to come and call me over to pacify him. A week ago last Tuesday I had a warrant made out for him, but he escaped, and re turned last evening, for tho first timo My mother came over to my house about G::;u, P. M. in a hurry and told me that Charles was over there and to go over quick as they were afraid of him I went ovrr there and spoke to him, and asked him if he knew that it was no place for him, and he said he had come to settle, told him that he could not settle anything with me, as I had nothing to settle with bim. I told him that there was a warrant out for him, and that if he did not go away I -would have it served. Ho put his right hand in his coat pocket, I told him that I had no time to parley with him, and went out, he followed me as far as tho fence, and asked me to go buck. 1 did so. ne commenced jan'ing with my sister, and I told my mother that I would get rid of hiui, he asked her if she was going to live with him; sho replied, Chariie 1 can't, I have rodopendenco in you, that he did not care lor himelf, let aloaa fcer. I then went af.er Marshal Broo!:s, to have him servo the warrant, did not see any more of him until this A. M. first discovered his body, saw a track made by him, going out the back yard, found his cap which bad, been knocked off by a limb, and saw nis hAr, ? r..r ll,. l,,l- W . ---- - - - - Cross ixamined. lie said aP-er lie had stabbed her, you won't go far, and I will cut my owa throat. My sister told me this, this morning ; resido in South War ren, just opjiosite to my mother's. The following is the testimony in main of JJavid D. Drennen: I assisted in dressing the wounds and then went up with Dr. WooJe, went to the telegraph office and. found Wm. Peffers and the operater " there, asked If they had telegraphed yet, he said not, was waiting for Dawson, then tele graphed . to Cleveland and Youngs town, describing the man and to have him arrested as a murderer, then came down to tho Depot with .Dawson and reffers, and from there went home. This morning Mr. Egbert came over to the shop and told me that Charles had been found, that William had found him a little ways from the house dead, went over, no person had been near the body when we arrived, fonhd him lying on his right side, his head close to the fence, dead, back of the house, in a few moments Dawson and Peffers came, and I raked the body to see where he had been stubbed, found a large cut in his left breast, looked to see if I could find the knife, and found it lying open under his arm on the ground, partly covered with snow, bave the knife in my possession, is a black handled one, abouto inches in length, with a single blade, the knife is very sharp, new, and has been recently ground on both sides, so that it is dirk style, sharpened en the back for one inch to an edge, a George Westenholm, I. X. L. knife, manufactured at Shef field, part of the edge is notched, as coming in contact with a hard sub stance; when found, the knife was spotted with blood, ind looked as though it had not be..n used before. Cross-examined. Reside in Warren, on Alain ' Mreel; no relation; have known deceased for 23 years, do not know his exact age, but think him 29 years of age. - Question by tjoroner. . oulu you suppose by the appearance of the body. that any other person than deceased had inflicted the wounds! Answer. I should think not. . His cap was found about 30 feet from his body, a little N. E. there was no tracks in the snow, Lut that of de cease went through tho currant bushes where he climbed the fence, some of the wounds must have been inflicted before he got over the fence. judging from the appearance of the body, no examination of consequence was made until the arrival of the Coroner. The place where the body was found, was in a rail hog pen, in a lot in the rear of Mrs. refler s house, from the appearance of the body, when examined by the jury, tho deceased must have came to his death by reas ons of the wounds upon it. Dr. M. C. Woodworth, testified as follows: I met with the Coroners Jury, upon the body of Charles Frease, at the pen in the roar.ofthehou.se, as describ ed. I fifed a wound on the left side of. the neck, immediately below the Uy oid bone, making a small opening in to the larynx, wound two inches long, not openiog the external jugular vein; wound not sufficient to produce death. Found eight incisions through the skin on the left breast. Two wounds openiog the throacic cavity, first be tween 4th and 5th rib, second between th and 6 th rib, directed to the base of the heart', the first wound passing di rectly into the base of the heart, which in my judgement produced almost' in stant death. ,.-.- Coroners verdict. We the undersigned jurors, empan eled and sworn, on the 25th day of January, A. D. 18C3, by Gary C. Heed, Coroner for Trumbull County, do find that the deceased Charles Frease, came to his death by his own hand, bv wounds inflicted upon himself in the region of the heart, with a knife found upon the ground near the body. . Signed J. C. HcLain, ; I ; 0. AVoodwortb, ' ' J." Vaufrot, - n j Hyde - IL Fa Buahnell. T. Douglas, G- C. Keed. Coroner. Local Notices. Lo6al Notice 15 emfi tier line Hret isirri.'.,. ten ccper line each nbtrfinent Atrtion. nail's Hair Rencwer. Is sold by Hoyt, Strarton 4k Uarrood. for M per Dottle. w-ic is lesa than sold by any other party ia town. Lien. 'B-ti. great s Tor Wizard Oil. The general araeta fnr Hamlin. Wi..nl Oil for this county, are IIUl'I. SIRATT0NAUAPQ00D. Jan.2Mf CUeap lasoraace ! Isnot inaptly likened to Self-Righteousness, the more one relits upon it the wone he is off. If you want a Pulicy that won't fail you. insure in the "Al&rlcet Insurance Company" of !ew York, by eallina in Warren at the II an k of I.J. AlehAIS Su.N. Jannary 23-2w mimt Tvielve Million Dollars ! That is the amount of Insurance Capita rep resented at the oldest Arcncjr iu Warren. That the place to seeure solid indemnity in ease lues. Losses paidpmmptly at the B.inkinz lloose of T. J. ileLAIS SUN. January -D--W. Warren. Ohio. Ko Betlr Tlilnp; can be found in the World than "Barrett's Hair Kestoratire." Ask Madatnes Ristori and I'arepa. and all who use Buy of lloyt. fctratton d. Uapguod. B wisa to-day ; 'tis aanxiss to dffs-.' proper remedies to arrest disease. If you sanicted with aoy of the dangerous disfaes enumerate, in the adrertisement of Dr. J. W. Poland's White Pine Compound, purchase a trial bottle, and mark theellacU. Jt never fail. tiold by all druggists. " V Toes were the order In tha last iln Congress, but nothing was so edeotuaUy re tnd as Indieestion. lirsoensi. thnir k;n. dred evil's, ty Coe'i Iyspctia Cure. No Itro tuirds Toto can ever siuuin these troubles when nnM .. . cuju . --1;,f io rescue, ajspepaia, i llcartbnrn, snd(A?cidity of the Stomach cannot it where Coe's Hypepsia is taea. i Wanted ! SOO Elm Lors. 00 Thousand Oak 8nokes. which we will pay tire highest markot prion. II iVUi 1 L I il . U M.iV 1IAYMAK KR .tr 11 A R lilM. Warren, 0- , Jan.2.,lv-) S. Local Notices. Local Jt'atictt IS mil ' ArM imtrHom. lea ett. per lime tack ml,xW "ion, Tlniothj- SCd, Clover Seed. Store. Large lot at River Block Dro j Ijao. X-iL liojt. Strntton A llapcooel, Are preparing to ro into theholalg trade more extentre thin formerly. Hare now on han 1 a laree lot Orbin an Linked Oil, Tim othy Seed. 4.c Also fully prepared ff.r the retail trade. Uao- J9-X Important to the Rich or Poor. Dr. J. Wortliinstnn Stewart, h0 hai Wn the inc-ms of rej-urins si mmuT pick lcoile to health in a .-hurt time in our tiuuat, will be at the National lintel. War-en, for thn second time. JunuiryTth nntil February tith. I'ticnta do matter Lew atuictea. wo'itu una it to tbeir advantatre to call on bun -US euros tn Mr- mancnt. Charjrcs according to., one's property. Always in advance. - Tne poor are invited wituuut prica.,L . ua.5S. For Sale Cheap! . i'attnt.tcmtt llaaiit.l.nul ue toidior less than one-nan its origin il eost. "!. K. ANDREWS X SOSS, Jm.29.2t " I. o. a. t. 1'FoltKFS TrttmhM'l Tple. o. 18, wi;l meet t V, arrcn Lodrollall, (over 1 reemn Hunt's 'Iiankion the ovecinc of 1'riday Keh. 14, for installation, and ejiiferrini: i'egrees nn eli g'.l'le members. S. 1'. DUAA. D.'lt. Sea. Lost! , . OnSatar.lay.Jan.il. ISeJt, a LacMeV Tirnwn Fur Capo, between A. H. peek's and Hull's Ala chine Shop. Anrperson will bo liberally re warded by learin? the above named property ut I'ot.-rstn's Larue;-hop. . i;an, nonils aod Gold! j j Yon can cd I3A nlaea to Htiv and anil Tt.m,b Speei. fxxl paper, iuioraBRr toliciej. Heve- tun .IVn-it and m;uo uomy seue-ally. tha Dan!; i f j Great Reduction la Prices. Ames A Little hare this cay, narked down in'ir. rc:a,ruieoS c: et. teey are rctail- T! flrt'M ?.',0U " . Cuit 00 Ct. no import, new ronlirs at 7o ct?. worth 1 ijtriped Poplins, a: 7.-eta. worth fcietrf.. heavy uli w.-ol liijTikets at i- UJ worth jvi.K'. all wool Carpets a? u. wortii -Jl.C'.V L'an. ii-'M mmtt s-.-e Our IttoSto ! We study to pleaso. TTo are produ;'nff. at the New Knrland Onllcry, all the ran. us styles of Pbotocrapiiic work of unapproachable artis tic beauty and exquisite finisa. that bas made our establishment so celebrated and popular. Our success wit d cbildra and int'ants, is un paralleled in iaehistory oi tbeart. Oarcopyes nnished in Oil. Ink. or watur colors, are ad mired by all, for truthfulness to nature and uu equalled permanency. All.wrrk warranted sat isfactory. Do not Uli to call earlj-. delays are danrfn os. Gailej7 lo&vkel S' Warren. 0. Jan. i! RICli-Artist mm I Sp i Lll'ea Cares are ail Comlorts. Especially if you have ere of Trne.dell Sc Towmeud's superb Spring ileus, to entice " Dalmy sleep. " To Lend ! A greatvariety of Snrins Bcd, call and ret one. iK.Lk.tuiii.ij lUWAbi.iSlJ. To Sell! Erery thins in the Farntiure line, from I Bwkct to a P'trh'r j.k, ili TRLiKSUKliL k TOM'XSEXD'S, Attention SolriSers! The officers and soUiem who slimed the tv- q ii s t tor a Post of the . A. are requested to meet at General KatiifT olHoe. over lrea- man t) limit's Bunk, at 7 o'clock, Thursday For Sale. A new House and Lot for sale on Washington Aiecnr r.nqmre oi Jan. if. In, s-t A. CHAPMAN, Home Insurance Company of new morn. Cash Capital, Two Million Dollar. Assets, First Jajiuiiry, l&W, ,G.S'.5 TS. To insure your merchandize asd dwelling houses, in this old aud reliable company, apply to its only teniae arren. AJJAJdb. Jan. Oyster Depot! Oysters by the Can, HaW Ctn, Fourth Can, and by the Case. O ran re aad Lemona jast re ceived. Alexis at ail bourn. JA.MK5 MeCONNELL. Jan. 22-il mm o KSack, Bice X Gray Eye! All should read thefollowint; eertiGcate. 1 do most willtoffly bear my testimony in fa Torot the t-uperiority of the Patent Parabola OTerall other kinds of &ecrac4cs. They are constructed upon the beet established and un derstood principles of Optics and their adap tation to the human in its dilTerent con ditions of vision is so perfect us to render si sat e?y without effort. In ny opinion, none oth ers should be used, since the Kyes once used to , these do not seem to grow old. aid by havinr a focus at any point of taenurface they appear to i restore the ees to their youtiifulcnertry. j X.U.KKiiit. ALloiiS-rtown, Pa. I Juliu Kina. Warren 0.. makes a 4nrvinlt v nf Spectacle, aiid devotes a part ol his store to Uiemaluiic. ie sure to oail. 4 (jan.2i-t It is worthy of note t'aat Messrs. S. D. H. W. mith. of Bon too, mAnufajturers oi the Ausbicas On gins, hare been mot auccciul in the sale of their instruments in those locali ties where special exerti.-mi bave been oiade by certain minalacturers whs have had the arro gance and deception to riaim evory iuinrove uientf tbeir own, rhi--h were in opern'ion even ociore tney exiitel uie cusinc,. .Sev er have the AMKaicix Osgi.xb been so pop alar, and thebaic io hirjtc us at the present tiue- We have te:cd thece instrumentb fjr a lont tin. e, an find thciii in t-vty re,.cci the moat fatulactory and perfect vaich we have ever used, and we have had practical ti;- rieuce in the uio ui tiioss organs wich in the public prints claim tha crtatcsr. celebrity. YL Musical Jnr- uat, - Un- --1 ta ccs m i Dowx among tiik diad MEN, ara at this mo mem thuuiuiii who miht hare beea alive and well had they used that great lift j-rnerver. Piaututiun Ji.tt-rs, Let the liv.te; lay it to heart that they are the best knon remedy fur all uys:eptie complaints, stomach derange ments, aud general debility. As a delicious cordial, comuined with great tonic virt no. their eijual caunot be touna. JJolicito i'emalKS, Clergymen. Merchants, Lawyers and per-wnsof sedentary halite par ticularly thou who are weak and tuber with menial depression, are greatly bead. ted by thic bitters. Magnolia AVatkb. A delightful teiietarticle uperior to Cologne and at hall the price. Jan. i If any of ourreaders are prematurely gray or are troubled with fallins; of the hair, dandruff or itehins of the scalp, they hare iuly to use Ring's Vegetable An.bro?i. ar.d flieir trouble will soon bo over. The preparation is not oaly a restorer of gray hair, but one of to moit de cant hair dressings we have ever sctu. It also by softening and invigorating the hi ir prevents Sremature baJdce.-s ana ia many cases restores air to bald heads. - jasa-iut Florcace Mills XX Spring, a fine article at $11 f Ibl, at CAMP RAJSI'ALL'J MILL, Atlantic Mills - XX Red, a rood article of flour. fr $12 t bbl Try it. Sold at JI a G Bacon's, C kl i ielis, J W Brown a Co.. or at CAMP RANDALL'S MILL. Pure It bite Wheat Flo nr. - Those wishing pure white wheat four, en be accommodated oy leaving their order, at Camp 4 Randall's iiill. near A. ii. W. leput. ax-ren.Ohiu. Back lieat riour. Another car load of the eelebrated York State B uck Wheat just reeeived none better in the United States. c-old by most all Grocers in War ren, and at the Mill. Atk tor Camp a Kendall's. Warranted as represented, or money refunded. Empire Mills X. a common article at $9 1 bbl. at Camp t Randall's. Warranted to raise Well anl make good sweet broad. Oalx, Corn, And all kinds of Feed, at Camp a Randall's Mill. Parties wantinc Oats in lanre quantities will do well to see us beJore buying rlrea here. ' Eugene Hair Regtoratlve. This celebrated preparation is now put an in mammoth Ituttles. an 1 sold by all Irusswts at ?j oenu. It is the cheapest, best and most popular Hair Preparation known. - Julian Harmon, sole Agent. dec. 11. Kv;-ir. Ttsc Kest Hair Kextorati ve, 1 or tale at Airs. K. S. ADAlil'd Dress and Cloak 3-akln?. T!y Miss. Kate Oswolt, at Lee. i. lSiiT Mrs. E. S ADATtt'?. Don't Kill roue sheert! To get rid of the foot rot, bat buy a bottle of IIoa.vtK's Ccee, for une dollar, warranted to cure ii'.' neau. for sale at Harmon s Lmie Store. Warren. Ohio, and at the principal eoon? , try stores. W. B. llerner. P.O. Box. 217 Lien New Catle. ft, is-r,t Pa. if I'lOMa, PIOW, Flows. -n The best steel Plow.; ia mar'.M at D. II. 5i:rr's. ojipoito the rSaptiet Church. 'arren. May 1, ieu7 tf Tlie Uest Scwia: -lac'lilacs Are the Howe and Florcn-e. told by Jirs. E. Auair, first door south of toe Austin Jiouse, Mnin Mreet, Warren, O. ijan. 1, WW. Smith's Drns Store Xo. lO Market St.. lVarren,0. ASUITA15LE PUKSEST For the Holidays, a bottle of Labia's bxtratt, ths tenuine cm be had at SMITH'S DRIQ STORE. LAMP CHIMNEY'S. All size--, some that will, anl others that a ill not break by heat. at JsJdlin-S DRUG STORE. HaTsL'S HAIKHENIIWEK, Tie most popular article of the day at a reduced price, at - - fMTTII'S DRCO STORE. rpilE VERY FIN EST JL Younj; liyson,is t;ll sel;nj et cl SI rer pound, at ;JllXa'6 IjliUH KruRK. WESTERN LA2JDS for sale or exehamre will be aold very low to acash customer. Enquire of Kdward A . Smith, at tiWilli ijbm utSIORi;. SUGAK, Eiht pounds for a Dollar, a fulll assort ment of bugars. very cheap, at SMIlU'iDnCG STORE. SAINT NICHOLAS BITTERS. A superb Tonic. For sale al MIT1I'61)KU0 STORE. N JEW SAGE. and Salt Petre. at SMITH'S DRl'G STORE. EAIINE Fahnest l.at the a ESTOCK'S $3.75, estoek's 1!. A. Fahneitoek's White bove Bcures.can be had at all SMITH'S URUU STOKE. TTAJLLIX'S WIZARD OJJi, a by tb Jnn or bottle. ate SMITH'S Mit;e SToni. CONCENT Arnica Lini TRATED liniment, the berreTnelv need fir llD co Mint ism. Lamo Bek, fcpraiiis ir-iruir..-, 8 rc Tnnat jcc. Luis Liniment iss'J at vuy 2i cent.- i'vr lottle. in rood sze-i W-!es. Ld cTery one sold it warrant! to car. Xtio mm.pr wiil be rcfundtnl in every iustuice wher it fail? to Kive satisfaction to tb purchaser: for a!eby EbW ARUJl. tMiTH. Sorae thing- rlew BO.DISG f.f;Q SHE STABLES, TO.JHE. mvim mm 1 1 xew stable:: Horse &. Top Carriage $3 per day. MESSRS BASSETT & PROCTOK, llarinc eTHreaed in ee-narraerhip in the LtTery busiaesr. and refitted e Austin House liarns, in addition the eld stand on Market St. , are now prepared, st both places. 10 lurni.-h the traveiinzas weU is tho pleasure coins puolic. W1LU First Class Accommodations. Their Horee ajid Uupies are as good as any market a3 irJs, while their prices areas lavor ablo as any in this rcctior... We feed aii stock stoppiae at tho Anstlrf House, at reasonable rates. A rood IIEISSE AXI CARRIAGES for funeral purpoies. call be had at our Stablef . lorany len?b oftiino nct exceeding three aotus, for three dollars oach. liA SSETI Jk PK0CT0S. Jan. 8. lsGi-tf 1X7 23COKS! POSTERS'- BOOKSTORE We mto just reeeivod a fresh swpply . ha loi low ing new (ooa; : Ji'ss MnHiarJi'n ltitarical Xuvrh, . . . - 11 Volumes. $2 00 each. If aittnyur tie I erd.rf, I-.. v Ti. e- no Baehet't rraijrrsjri ihe I'ijrunuth hv Anpntl J. Ennl ft-' fO. Homance of ihe J'rjmUie, byairs.chi:us.jj w. Ihe tmanlian Alinn, by Holmes, Si 00. Cameron's Pride, ,. by Jlrs.IloImes.$l 50. CUiwUii, ... , ky Aaanda St.Df.nglafs, Jl "0. Opjxtrhtniftf, ' . by the Author of Emily Chester. $2 W. haihrtna, liy Dr. llolli .nd ; price SI 50. 1 otlf AnCiica AiiM.t(dy 3 Volumes, by O;. tie : $1 50 eaeh. S arry Kin; .SV.-.V, by Opt:c. $1 5 each. J'Oia Ablnt Slorls, Z Volumes. t'cr I.U ilc Fc-y!.; by Ilra-riat Eeoeher Stowe. Siow rer-rinl - by Alice Cary All new Boobs reeolve.? v son as pub lished, wr.x. w.y.ruaiEK. V. arren, 0 January 15. 1jo3-3w. . Tf.iSUKEillCS FQSI8B8, Jest received at PORTEilS BOOKSTORE. January 15, ISOS-l'n. "w . t xs.ui: ar NEWS DEPOT! E0r-.TE:Elf3' BOOKSTORE! We receive the following Magazines eTery month, aerooa as pablishfrL 1'or sale i to sini'ie copy: ATLANTIC, ILAE-'EK'S, riTTXAMS, . M?riN('OTi;g, tiUDEY'S, AHTJirirs, . ; ' , .'." Pr.TKRlN'S. 7'J 1 K LADIKS'VniKN'n, FJi-VUK LESLIE'S, -1) EM O RESTS' ' BALLOTT'S, raa.SK XtiLii's Pliasart Hoi'rs, THE I'UHKNOLOGICAIi JOUKXAL, THE TOl'NG FOLKS, II ALL'S JOCBXAL OF HEALTH, . ... A-D MAXT OTHtlA And tl following newspapers every week : K Wr YORK LEDO ER, W'KEKLY, THE FIRESIDE ClMPAMoX, TRUE FLAG, WAVEBLY M.VOAZIXE. - . CHIMNEY CORXKR, I'IAXKLESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED. HARPER'S WEEKLY. - HARPER'-1 BAZAAR, - , ' KELLY'S "WEEKLY, VILKES' SPIRIT. THE CLIPPER. IX DEPENDANT,' JIOUXD TABLE, - SCIEXTIMC AilERlCAX, &c., &c, fcc ' Call attae aWAX.REX NEWS DEPOTta .r" -. , i,. i.,:Tl. . . ..1 M-Ttn.j j oa w n the latest apers and 3ln.tne W. . W. K.POUfEU. arren. 0.. Jan. Mr st. HOWA3D WATCH. -HOWAKDi CO' Celebrated , S2Jm Watches Cin be teen at VAUTKOT & ACKLEY'S, tutether with ail the different grades f tha . Iraericaa Viatcli t's U'atches- V. bich they ar selling at tb" recently yo prices, ni Market Stjcet. Warren, O. I t i ' ! ' I j j FINANCE AND TRADE. WHOESALE MARKET. Orricl Wsstsii Bistm CtntoTm.. WaaaiK. 0, Jan. 29. la Gold. 128 BilTeT.larre.120 Five-Twenties, 1302, ill. 131. 10S. 1S65.1G7. 1S67.107. ' Setoa-Thirtiea, (2d aad 3d series) W7. Compound Interest Notes, loot. lln. " " 1365.115. PROVISrOXS-Dull. P0ULTEy-Chickens8eper; Tarkeyi jper : Duoks per R 9c : Oeese each Itle. . QKOCKKIS Cull and quiet. . BEAXS M'hite to $3.50 per bushel. WHEAT White. $;,00; Amber. St'XL Sprinx So 1 $2.50. rLoua-$i2,oo to $is.t. . FLAX SEED $2.30 t bo. Flax Seed Oil. $1.20 V cat. 1' Lai Straw o to isvper ton. OATS OaU 6-hj CORN-Corn 1.S0. . APi'LE3-10 boshel. IiRIED APPLE3-;Se. . : BUTTER Fresh Roll BuUer 30.3. CHEESE Western Reserre l"12c EGGS 30o. H0NEY-22g25 peraound. LARD Co untry rendered. Ikai2'i. HIDES See Leather Report. P0TAT0E3-9C?SUs) - -T EAS-$1.00 te 10 per chest. COTf EE-2230 per bat. " ' GIi ASS See Hardware report. DRESSED HOUS-TJi'Me. -TURXIPS-HWc. OSI0NS-1.50. WARREN RETAIL MARKET - - " 'V7aESi!, 0.. Jn. l&M. Per Ttarrrl. . Cider Vinegar . 25 Flour White Vht 15 0" Carbon Oil... CO Hour Amb. W a't.J:;.( Lard. Jd J'lourPpriLg Wu'tSii.n. Pine.huiKlea; th. 6."l Buekwheat ll.mr liemloek, do t tho.J W V. '.ii. Li:ne 10 Linseed Oil. 1 "ii V bit risii (v ) lioiitd Oil. ? gal....j,s Salt..... 3.."-0 Liarley eboiw uer.ewt. rer Ponuil. M S,.o, Pork Pickled.. 14 Shorts porct 1,25 I laUow reudorcd l. Corn Meal, baited per Beef btit euts Roast 16'Jorn '"Seal, ' 'unSo"ltel " " " Steak H I perewt Rough 1" Flax seed por bjuix .- Beef DrieJ 22 Timothy " - .'s ii:ims Sag. Cured 1- Oil Meal.T ewt.....'( " Country" . : VVliito Le;,d V keg.i,75 Fides " " . ll'orntoes p bu.-lu!ll.a) &u.far, Brownli'itI5 Peache pea ied per hugar, CoCce.I7 1 lb , , .jo Puaar. Crushed J) '! " unpealed 15 O B Cod mh lot i Prunes, Turkum JJhite fish H tmio-i-lln.h -m Mack orel IT Cabbage.., wj.io Cheese . o 'Honey ; ; bmoacd Halibut 1 Apples " " lSeJ,5. ItioCofTcc . llolas-es.per cal m Java CoEeo. -luslM do P, K. per al.l,' Codee. Roaiod.s!lChie'tens ft lb live 1) tirctn Tea..l,i!.Jil.ss.', " lb uros d 15 UlackTaa l.-'il.4n Turkeys" " IS Japan iea .i. 51,4' Duck 23 Cauuk-s lallow In Jtieese each . 5U do ritoorine . Turnips. 75 oo tar w.' Cranberry VI qt .15 iiiscvliaiieona. ! Beans per. qt lik&li'i Syrup, ojtira 15 Iliekory -"uts per b 2J5 I . Cleveland Wholesale Market. MoxDAT EvrxixC, Jan. 17. FLOUR The market is without any essen tially new features. The demand continue moderate, and the market is quiet, but prices are steady and rm at the late quotations. XX spring is deeiledlv firm at $TI,ti$H,50; winter wheAt grades' as neretuiore quoted. WllLAI ilarket quiet and without impor tant change .ales 1 00 bu Ko. 1 Milwaukee sprtnr. bner Veirnary, at $2.25, held at j-j.-'i; for present ej ivery : "o. 1 red winter 62. '.'. 2.t.'U: N'.. doi,."-ji-; saleal car reioctod red at S2.2') C'RN' T.ef active and lower. Sales 3 cars No. 1 shelled on spot at lnv)bu do. seller last hall i ebruary. at 1,UJ.2oai buuo. buyer lathalf Arril, at l,t3j 3 cars ears on track at S-Jc. OATS DalL No. 1 State held at S7e from store KVK Quiet and Steady at SL5U31.55 for So. 1 frosa store. ImESi til) HOGS Dull and study at "JiSSJo dividing on 200 lbs POKK. eitedy. with a fair trade demand. Pales SO bbls No. 1 city-packed nisi at i-iuO , ho. .do iil&H Clear 4-4.U"; Prime moss j0.00. LAtti City-rendered in rood trade demand and better: held at l-i'lllo in tierces and fir kins: sales lisj kegs country rendered at WjO. tJlOKAD AltAIS Vaiet and steady. City Fu-ar cured Hams 16c; shoulders lie; acon 11-. Uricd licet lac. iJD IILR Continues quiet. Choi-e Western Reserve roll and tub in moderate home demand aad steady at 354ie: eommoa to good -5JJc- i:fit;s Market steady at iic. J liKlliD APPLEa Uuiet at T'ila'o fornew: old -o. liP.tt.V APPLES In fair deraani at .00, per bsL according to quality and condi tio;;. t iiED-v-Tiiu .thy grm at Jld5!2,7J:. Clover bokt at t i ia tJ.isAJ. POIArOES In moderate demand at $1,00 rearutos rroia sure. BEANr Strtly prime white very scarce ad firm at 1.00; commoa to mediui i,ue 2.7o. TALLOW Quiet ar.d steady at 9a9Jo for eitv andeonntry rendered. fEATHISKS In fair demand at 8"i5e. ae eording to quality. SALT Steady. Fine $2,30; Coarse $2.i3. Leader a Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, January 21. IS'A. ' U-tr Cattlk To-night eloses what drovers tuuaiiy docoinioate a "tough" mrket. Ihis is true, however, only so far ad reir&r Je tho mar ket for common and medium descriptions. Good to choieo Kbir-i'ing .ulloks DtwiiuManding the rdiher uuiaTuraL.e ten rff r.a:crn advices were in pod rci-iit, ana the f j-.T ul t L is cia.-s otrcriDfr were jcioed out a. prices weii up to tiiose current at the cioe o; Iau-t wetk, Oi re-' allr chctiee Steer j. however, tliera were but iwo I or three droves ou Bale. The atiudance of oaycra ce','ec:al!y of thu c..tci wh i(wl in the lwer grades ol sloc. .vaa ii;tit, ait-1 with a too liberal r'.riily of common -.o ia tue pea?, fries were rioW ard sellers foun-l it naea.arv m sbae ;rices to tno extent cf lojjo. in order to attract their uiuatiun. tven at this reduetiou there was no ccn?idcrabIo movenent. and th great bulk of tim half-fat'encrl stogie r-tiiaiB unoIO, wita a ttrong rrobaomty tiit-t hjlders wiil be compelled to dake sul! fur 'her couce- 810U8. in orUer to real.zs. lae itia that because the upper radcare e.KerIy sought alter at ex-trarah-;.nt prices, com-non, rouii, ht;f-l".itter.el ftock will be in demand at correcpODiiinel rhigi f fcUre-1, id erroiiaujas, and liie tttcaar uroverifHl oanrrs rA .Uio Uils fact the better it wiM be lor alt parties coserDd. - - Prices for choice fetock may be quoted firm, but for all other grades the narkat iu-s a down ward look- . liie follow icg were the olcsixu raices. xtra Beeves Fine. fat. well lanced. 4 to 6 year old steer, and areraguig 1.1'JU As and upwards S7.7.V2.W rnme ticeves uooo, sen vttea. ane lyloraied steers. aTerasuw flora 1.- - wi to 1.4uo B-J, ;..... iT.KfalJd fair Grades r air sieers. in far llcti. averaging l.lou. '1S'J H", at ....j.oC960 iueaiuin uias teuium siecre aad 4tevd oows. tit for c?ty slaughter and " ' averasmg 'Ml,lt J-s, ai. 1.0&5.0J btoca cattle common cat tie tq de ceit liesh, averaging WAsvl.dL-0 s Inierior Liht and thin vows ""ra V- -1 "' Iluos The market opened dnll and heavy, and at no time during the day did trade attain more toan a modcraie aegree ot activity. 1 Brr-ais were Jira bnt tee majority of oar ia::rs bave now sust enccd oi.eations alto gether, whi.e the few bouses still in operation are only tutting to a limited extent, so that the supply, t.ivuin somewhat limited, proved more than adr uate to meet the demand. ihippors were in liberal attendance, bat advices received froui tbe att were not of a stimulating char acter, a.id taere was manifested a cnerai dis- inclination to " take hold." 'Ihe market closes wtak at t - lor eummon to cooi i. tu.Kf laero was a lair demand l'.r good gru.i-js on Kcal account, but vuutoo desurip lio. were nlcctcd and un.j,ioie. 1'rios were nominally uLchanged; ranging at ic-o u lor cciuiuuu 10 cuuicc. to of of On Pennsylvania Central Stock Yards. PiTTSBCgcia. January S. lata. CsTTtie The market during the week was g poor one. taanutnber deposed of being unu sually small.: prirea however were precisely the the same as tiieprwrious week. It wee pret ty evident that had the supply been up to the nscal standard, lewer prices weuld have pre vailed ; as it was. previous quotations were barey maintained. 1 he operations Jur. thapast woek t,;; heel at $J..xia7, To. Ileinir a fallim; vff in sales tpr tlie week of two hundri. asd Cfty-sia head, .Htr. . i'here was a large falling off hi the BM I O". ucl nu.WW VUfl. l.ll'U f iowir prices. The extrraie prices were ..'0a 5..i7 t1 oat. adeoline of 7.'k- ewt. ihe opera tions tr tne past week were U at i,:17. A t-ac en ia sale, of i.77d head. : lIO,i The mrkot was moderatoiv aeti ve da rii.c Ifteweek, with a material decrease !n sales aLdaeiirnt decline in price. The exrreine rutv.aere o.AagT7,75 ia owt. adei:Lin cf U-'io t cata oouii.sred with previous week's opera ti .us. The lareest porricn of the operations were an Kastem aeeeants. The sales for the p:,-t weckwero fl.oie at jj.li'a7.75 ir.? tivvve suews a oacrva9 in saiea oi rts hud. ' and eral ly, tao the tie to wbo-were stiil days; New York Cattle Market. t January 27 lSdS. KeteipuVilT bearesc ls.!T7 sheep and lambs: 4,40 twin.- - BfciKe Beef was only moderately aetiee. and declined I'fHMlc. lb trade to-day was slow. tl'jTinss. l.aouhea-i. ktra 1 7 :-r i.S; prime lo'i hrst quality 104.16; fair to good lJa'5)x ordmary liUl I; interior llal.LiO. liELP LAJuUS .dd mo.leratoly at fall ptiees. eleeing steady. Kstra 7v.aj1i: prime ij al: talesior to common 4Sao, Am'mg the ?ales to-day were IV Micbuau at 7!-'i?t ls7 do at e'aC and 171 Obio at ilia. 11 Oil t-tj-iet and Ve lower than Monlay. 38 car i-fcdt on s 1 u-d y. Iuige, 7a7!ia. -land tion hnv all foes with went Butter and Cheese Market. - K-w Vo. Jan. 27. llUTTrTH Qai'f asd steady, with nl of ;tat ilv ie. CheeheaTj aaleaat 11 il.'c. CixayxiT!. Jan. 27. ECTTEK Steatly. Sales at ;tn ;7 for fre.-h W ejtern. Cheese, steady at U'-l ic. ence and seen Hardware Report. COSllCTIB WIIILT BV . R. H. BAR C 21 & CO. So. II Market fit.. Trr, O. Iron Avles, Common ail sizes rer !t 8 cts -. Half Pater.l -WW Sprinr . " j-jm-js Hor. V.il. , - " Croas-cnt saws , , , soeioo per ft Linseed 1..'0 per raJ Carbon Oil oil Lard Oil, (beat)..,, 1.3J " Benio'.e . 40 " Smith's iVo. 1 Coach Vamisa -. 550 . do do Furniture Varnish 4: " V bite Lead in Oil. &Hi Kets 270sl.OO rvu. erocit w colobs. Babit Metal 2Tt No. a shnv.i. l.traio No. -JTuK' l.VTSperds Jo 14,75 do M:tts JTore Phoe BarZ ansli-ih Cast Steel 1'haiker's Axe tlai..!!t r im uo 17 vs do .Scts per J2o cts do Fairbanks bcales. . .(list) torse saoee Jtitie Powder. F. F. FvO. per'ierl bbot Gn do F. F. F. no deL liooff Iron. 1 Hrnefi per lb !') do Vif'l iru.a . 'Xbimbie Skeins, 314 ey il. Per set. -OyieVtc J.i) a,JU ..H?ie...... r.. .bui reatsj.nnw per pair. .-t,CU-l.: .naniila rtopeper A.. Olassxl'J perbox jlassifU per bex. Glassentto all sizes. Daykins Water Draw .2 to 4.7 10.00 Leather Marke exwaacmo wiritrt.T T M't-Ia- cfc WAIID, At A. M'Connells old Stand. Main St. Warren. 0 Waurhter Sole per y B. A. Sole " : a " " Finished Calf per Io. Trench Calf i.er- 24na 3Ato 4Vu.4e l.iVffllTU .lT"t2.20 4(a.42c ,$45,U0oO.tX . ..6a7e Harness per lb . Pinished Llpers per doaea Hides Green untrimmed lilies tireea trimmed ... Bi-'.es Green trimmed, full eured liiues Pry Flint... Jlides I'ry Saltd....... reen Kip , tnm i Dry Kin I'ry Calf Pelts. -'o heari.Ing- 7-'e ..10")C Ueoons.... l.wil5 Gruby and daiMacaU Hides and Skins. W to ami KS-MwiBiisssii aYiiia CLOTHS, Cawmcres, Tweed?, Cottonades Ac., for men and boy's wea r in Tariety and abundance at the "vv'ARRF.N IRT WOODS SRT0F." JEEOiLE T. CAMPBELL, DEAIXK IX GE.0CESIES, PSOVISIONS, Flow, Feed, Fr-it and Vegetables THE U?JlaSiGNl) has open ed a hu-ge and supwrior assortment of the above named good., and artu-te. tw AAH noetb el steLain's Bank, iluin Varren, O. NEW AND FRESH STOCK frotn-whlch to solect. and at as low Trreas can be purehasedeisewhere. Give us a call, and wo will take pleasure ia waiting upon you- j' J. T. CAMPBSLL. Warren. Sept 25 lK?-tf GOOD FOE THE EYES. TOU W1L.L FLSD A Full Stock Of Spoctaclos At Vautrot Ackley's, wkokeepoonebnt those made cn the most approved pHrieiples for pre serving the sight. Also, OPERA GLASSES. lELESCoPEeandLoOKISattLA&sPLATEb to flil tramea. Opposite the Court House. War ren. 0. Calender:- Clock ! A1IOXG tho Late Inventioiis.ono j of tbe most remarkable i tha Calender Ciock, which it m arrangetl that rivea the day i of the week and luonth. each day ehaDirinff I iuelf. anj always giving eaeh month its prop- j er n amber of days, not even for net tine leap year, at wliich time it give February an eitra uay. Call at VAUTRuT k ACKLEY'S, aad i examine this novel piece of mechanism, where eaa also be found all the different .kind-Cof I w i-i V-i CJ Xw f39 9 frvfn tbe Calender down to the fimplest tbinc tit duU the sfooun-da as they pass. T HUE BUT STRANGE. Any ner?oo scmlinr us their address, with 20 centi", will receive by mail, the Name and a C irte de Vwite of their future Wifa or H us band ; aieo, how either sex may rain tho lore ct' any peTdon they ohuose ir.?rantly. Addrcfa KfcJiVliS A CO.. 7-i 2 xsaa t-, IS'ew York. CcL li. li07. 6a. -s 'se liw,U)e mlwilc i 1ik1Jc i t.j. ai ; I " ; ! ' ' Election of Gen'l Beatty. Tho e!rctioQ ia tlio Sih Congress ionil DUtricL of Ohio, on the 27 th inst Msul'eJ in faror of General John Beatty, by a majority 1,000 over Bar. mbus Burns, the Pendleton Capper head Candidate. The majority in that district last full for Hajw, was only two hundred and forty seven, showing Jjiin of eeven Uiradrcd and fii'tj. votes. Slrlnra show - w hichway tho wind ! blows," and the- Republicans of Ohio msy, with, tao proper enort, gtve to t!ie Candidate of the Chicago Conven tion a majority of cot less than fifty thomsnd next fall. From Bristol. T!io fullo vin was recqived too late for io.-LTtion lait v,cet, and we should be glad hoar from "Lois" again : . "ditoii Oitson-icle: "We would in form tho r-'-adcrs of TOur eieellent paper, thui r-.d Bristol slid eits, and that its ihaitritg'aro an entrririin5 and pros perous people, notwithelanding the long siienco of k'Solin," and other correspond -tnU, to tha contrary. Two deaths have occurred sino Christmas ; ilr. Abram BarD, -n J, and M.ii3 Curtis, a youn? lady .axceUent cuaractt rnnd sweet (iifpost-tu-Ti, a-w'd'ysd Diotaer's only daccliler; but death "loves a sbiniar mark.-" Our diatriat fraoott seem to be in a more proa pewirs condition than waal ; teachers and scholars seem to bo weil p!'.t3ed with each ether, wLicii certainly . is no bad omen. Rcul cat-to change ownership occasion ally. aVlonzo liouie, merchant at tbe north corners, has bough. Jasae Thomp- I sens oeHutirul home; consideration ilr; Thompson emigrates to.Xe- braska in the spring. He is a worthy son . Yu:i:m, and au enterprising cilizen. 1 Ha and his fumily will bo sadly missed in I our Xown and rTeighborhood. "Fe wish thm htisith and nrosperitv in their far otf ; western 'w$X ! ion !fl,fiiW. Jlr. Vradiltburg io. an old; Don Don and experienced niiiljr, and withal, trjjt . . .. . i r 'ir .,1. i... 1 1. . worui v- . air. viors. iiuaur na uuuirut a smuii farm, formerly owned by Mr. Frank Osborn. A reiiirtoa meeting has been in session in tbe Alcthodist Church, which resu'ted in much rood ; nany professeai to havo found tho " pearl of great price." tho afternoon and evening of the 8th inst., the many friends of the Pastor, Rev. Wm. Hay, gathered at. tlio parsonage, anl after having a very pleasant social intnrcotirse with him and family, and with each other, they repiiitvd to tboir several bonus, feeling that "'twas good to be there," leaving the worthy Pastor richer this 'orld s goods, to the amoant of Lois. Tn Kcrcls DiSAPPOi.VTiD is Gss'l Meade. The following u an extract I frota-a letter wriuien bv a prominent I inuential citizen of Alabam ; '"We are workwe hard and will surely succeed, unlee A. I. should again disar range our plana by the removal of Gen ileade, who has begun so glorious- I much to the chagrin and disgust of! rebels. Duncg the last two weeks latter had been having matters, in ! many counties, alt their own wy, and j scenes of ISoO, when no one could ! speak agajn&t secession, were beginning be r enacted. Uld residents here. Union men then, and are loyal, say they have seen no time since 1S0O that bas tt much reminded taera of that period as have tue low since (ieneral Pope's removal. I all understood well the programme ' iKil il o,,il.4 Via rna ef r,ln ' of violence bloodshed. Tbeir leaders openly proclaimed thU, and but for the noble taken by General Meade onr elec must have) koen, and could only urored. a mere fares. Knk now'' is chanced.- and if vou could spe the i of the leadics; rebels here in one the illustrated weeklies, you would i hartily. We rode the other day j a committee of their number, who i every to AtUnU to pay his respects to j General iIeUe, and to get a promise j post him to do their bidding. I saw on their return, and their pre. . in tne cars cast a suadow on ail around. jNow re are havine our uav our uiy, j hey hvo - are fully J our friends, so f.r as they Oeneral ileade g orders. reassured, and all feelrontident. ! all UV pree ling e ling on over & k any first a wall sun. offset sheet cui ses. city, --aa. w ail B.H-!- tual.by means of which every sufiercr, no niat of '""Jat nis condition may c. may cur kiut laugh iSilt tTffrtt Wd. f youth and end .very saaa in the land JZStJZZ JSJ staui..s. Also, Dr. Culverwii s -airri.i. ""Je."priciie:uu Address th.puMishws.. W Boi.rioVi.1!' Kvf u a.v LINSEED OIL, In Barrel Lots. CAEEOH OIL la Barrel Lot. Pure Cider Vinegar Bjrtbe Barrel LINSEED OIL, CARBON. OIL. PURE CIDER VINEGAR, in any quantity, iaroe or smalL Sugar, 8 lbs for One Dollar, DRIED PEACHES, Timothv Seed, CLOVER SEKI), E0TT, STRATTM & 1IAPG00D. HALU3 HAIR RENDER . . . ONLY 55 Cents a Bottle. Jan. 15. 1SC8.' RIVER BLOCK Dry Goods Store ! All Wool Naiil Ftonhek All ;Wcol White' Flannels. ..Ania Ur Sto domestic flannels SHEETINGS, Which we will sell at old pri.-oi. Also both fine and coarse, as cheap as .rer sold in Warren. II4POOOD &BROWJ. Jan.15.13d1!. X. I RlTar Bla-rk. Ii. II. BAiaiM &' (0. "W" aLXtXiGIC-, O. MaauCicturers A?cnts for tbe Sal of Sap Pails, Two Hoop PaiJs. Three Hoop Pails, SHAKER PAILS. LINSEED OIL, Always at mill price. Fahuestock's Pure White Leai. Navin's Pure Wlrita Lead, Carbon Oil by Barrel, HOUSE TEIJUlillNGS. . Blacsmitli Tools, CAST & SPRING STEEL, 3IIXAT JIILIs, Pat Cross-Cot and Wood Saws. LEATHER & RUBBER BELTI'.C. IEO.T, -TAILS. GI-ASS, 2 Patent & Coiniaon Axles. Jan. 22. lS68-3ai PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING. 'pilIS XEW EOOFLNO MATE. L RIAL which ha attracted so much atten tion tue put season, ieeow within the reach of wanting roots in thie eoemty. ' Th subscriber having disposed of his former bosinesa, will raid ia Warren after the lt of April, and give his eaelusiv attemioa to tha puttia. en ol this raof. L ntil tb-K time he may ' 1 found at tne American House, or for the resent week, working h.xrre. at the new Roi .lilt in Warren, which is now being roofed wilu iau new aaaienaa. aoors Aav been pill for the following persona th past sea, a : Jacob H. Baldwin. liocse: Jameson v Waoe Ier. part of S ooadry : Packard, Cook Co., addition to part of Plaaiog Jail!: IJdings 1 ' Morgan's Store: Part of the American House, tin: John Hatching, saute; Packard Hull Medbnry's Blacksmith 6uo; James Ward Co X ilas. Rolling Mill and Kail r ectoty-t Marshall k Calhoun. Store at Nile. Ii is roofing has the following qualifications: 1st. It makesa perfectly tight roof. 2d. It is fire proof and the fact of its being iiccnseu ujr id r ire Deans m in x-ity ol New'ork, to be used in th fir limit, is suffi cient testimony on this point, besides it can b proved by actual test, in a vary lew atinutestu who doubts it. Jd. It isnot expensive costing less than a class shingle roof. 4th. It eaa be used on a very fiat roof or ca roof of any finish or upon a perpendicular if necessary and not run by th Ural us th 5th. It is durable; th elements having no upon it. except U petrify it. forming a 01 solid slat. S. PARH1SH. ' arren t .laica 20. 1867. MANHOOD, how LOST How Restored. Jost published, a new edition of lr.Galvsrrll'a Ce-lcibrals-ia nav on th ml.- cum iwithout medicineoisrcaATnaiiiu-a 8ra""alW eaknese,Involut.ry rt-miialLo- Impotsncy. Moutal and Physical Incapa impediments to Marciage. te: also. Con sumption. Epil.psr. aad pits, iadnced by f indulgence or sexual extravagance. -Price, in a sealed envelope only 6eala oeiftbratad author. in4'iis adurtr-ble es aay, clearly demonstrate, fro a a thirty a ears suoceasfal practic. that th alar t Hog cons, uuencesof self-aous mar L rij'j:'- .... 1 without the dangerous u.-e otiamnal meaitcina ""S?llV'?l'rutl' ul" Koy. J7. Iij7. Rk as AC-LETS FOR i'AKLORS d Sitting Roosas. are Tory handsuaie. rv useluL vou -ill Hhi ik. . .U.re, cheaper than ever before in t -,