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ATtAXTIC ft C. W. RAILROAD.
; ; TIME TABLE
MAINLINE. ' ffrains leave from Warren Station as follow
WEST.
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IIAHOKHrQ DIVISION.
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Train leave Timt as fcUowt
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fill
Linen Duck. Coats,
; Unas, Duck Pant.
. Linen Duck Vest,
" Juft the thing for these dart
White Duck SoiU. r
Boys Linen Suits.
. . Linen and Cotton Drawers
Summer Hats for Boy and Men.
Figured Linen Vest Patterna.
';LilaIw and Merino Undershirt.
. A lanre Stock of Cassimera.
large
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da Cloth.
do Clothing.
de Hats and Caps.
do ' Furnishing Goods.
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a
. "Ko srorict will b taken of comma
nicationt not aocotapanied by Atespon-sible-
name. The name will be consid
ered confidential, but must in all case
accompany lettirs a a guaranty of good
faith. No communications returned.
Town and County.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
. For new ditch law, see first page.
Mr. A.? L. TanGorder has our thanks
for some Tory fine strawberries of his
growing. i
The Judicial Nominating Convention
for this sub-division, will he held in th is
place, August 6th.
? r G. C. Beed, Esq., has purchased tha
Temple property, East Corner cf Greene,
ill
and contemplates locating at (hat place,
. Bev. Crane, of Hartford, will lecture
at tha Centre ot Vienna, on Tuesday ev e
ning of next week. Subject Advice to
Young Men. ' '
4 Six head of cattle wen kilted by the
'cars,' In Perkins" woods, north of town,
Sunday morning last They were owned
by Mr. A. Scoville.
' Eev. "W. K. Pendleton, "President of
Betbany.College, will preach at the Dis
ciple Church in thU place, ' next Sunday t
morning and evening. ( . ,
- Our thanks are dift ilk H. S. Adis,
of Weathers-eld, for some specimen straw
berries delivered on our table, as nice a
- we have seen this season. . ' .
We have received a specimen of tall
rye from Mr. Julius Truesdell, of Vienna
measuring wight feet and seven locoes in
height Who can beat this ? -
The largest and finest looking straw-
" berries we have com across this season,
. were grown In the garden of pur towns
man, Mr. B. H. Barnnm. They were not
unpalatable. - -
- : A premiqm of ten dollars will be paid
by the Brook-eld Agricaltaral Society for
the best Mowing Machine on exhibition
at the mowing match to coxae off at tha
Centre on July 6th. See local notice.
Several of our citizens South of the
canal have made decided improvements on
their property. Among the handsomest,
we notice those of Joseph Setter-eld, H.
C. Belden, A. Traesdell and D. D. Dren-
nen. . i .. ';
r The e. A. .B,. Post, of Warren, At
their last regular meeting appointed Licet.
J.' C Hutch ins a delegate to the Grand
Army of the Republic Convention, to bo
held at Toledo on the 80th of June and
In of July.
The Trumbull County Bible Society
meets At the- Presbyteriarl Chureh, to
toorrow, at which time A new board of
officer are to be chosen for the ensuing
year, and other business transacted. All
interested are cordially invited to attend.
' The several Encampments and Lodges
of the I. O. O. F., of Columbus, fraternal -ly
invite all officer and members of their
order, to participate with them in the
ceremonies of laying the corner stone of
their new Temple, on the Foarth of July.
Several railroads have kindly consented
to issue half-fan tickets. '
The strawberry crop appears to be an
abundant yield this season. We had sev
eral boxes of very superior berries in size,
of the Wilson's Albany variety, sent a
lew days since by Mr. J as. L. Wads worth,
an extensive and successful grower at
Windham. He puts his berries up in
good style, keeping them in fine condition.
We are requested to state that Miss
Moore's concert, which was to have taken
place on the evening of July 1st, has been
postponed one week, on account of the
non-arrival of the piano ordered for the
occasion. Wednesday evening, July 8th,
has been fixed as the time for the enter
tainment, which we have no doubt will
prove one of the best of the season.
The races advertised to come off At
Oak Grove, June '27th, Saturday next,
have 'gone up," having been indefinitely
postponed on account of one of the prin
cipal "high contracting parties," Mr.
William Fee, making an oblique move,
in the direction of Painesville, much to
the disgust of the several 'defendants,"
who claim that William "went back on
them" in an evil hour. So Union Jack,
Tartar, Mike Goodwin, Starlight, and
Mary Ann, and other lesser equine nota
bilities will not tear up Oak Grove turf
on Saturday.
The belting, advertised a few weeks
since, as stolen from the .Packard & Bar
nam Boiling Mill of this place, was found
in the possession of Bollin A. Leet, form
erly of Vienna, who was arrested at Green
ville, Fa on another charge preferred
against him. Leet has served several
yean in the Penitentiary, being convicted
in Trumbull Common Pleas,' about thir
teen years ago, of poisonipg a near rela
tive. His good conduct while in prison,
gave' strong hope, that on being pardoned
out, he Would lead An upright life.
The new steam fire engine was out on
practice and trial, last Friday evening.
The oourse agreed upon was to leave the
engine house and take water in the Canal
At the rear of Hoyt, Dawson & Co' Oil
MM, And, lay out and pass water through
five hundred feet of hose. This was don e
in 11 minute,' and an effective stream,
one and three eighth inches was raised
and thrown in fifteen'minute. Had it
not been for an interruption occasioned by
A train of cars passing, the time would
have been-shortened two or three minutes.
A boy entered the Book and Music
Store of Mr. George Adams, on Market
Street, on Monday forenoon last, and said
he wuhed to buy a violin. While Mr.
A. was turned to wait upon him the boy
picked np a pocket book which Mr. Adams
had a moment before laid upon a show
case. Remarking that he would not take
a fiddle to-day, the youth stepped out, And
the theft was not discovered until a min
ute s two had elapsed. Mr. Adams start
ed in search of the thiof, bat up till. Tues
day morning had not found him. The
wallet contained about fifty dollars.- The
boy was from the country, and i aged
about 15 years.
As Mr. Albert Smith, of 'orth
Bloom-eld, was driving to M arren, on
Wednesday last, while pawing through
Champion, his hore, attached to i spring
wagon,' became frightened and ran 'off,
coming in collision with a fence with such
force as to throw Mr. Smith out, and
against the giound violently. He wa.
taken up insensible, and it was eared at
the time his injuries were fatal. Medical
aid boLig obtained, he was rot to red to
consciousness, and it was ascertained that
bit injuries were probably limited to a
severe stunning. He had so far recovered
on Monday as to be able to attend to busi
ness. Mr. Albert Iddingt, who was among
the lost on board the steamer which sunk
on Lake Erie, last Sunday morning, was
son of Mr. Hiram Iddings, formerly of
this place, and a nephew of L. J. Iddings,
Esq. He had a large number of relatives,
friends and acquaintance ia Warren, to
whom the intelligence of his death brings
deep sorrow and sadness. The Cleveland ,
Herald apeak of him as follows :
Mr. Albert Iddings, who is among the
lost, was the youngest son of Mrs. Iddings,
widow of the late Hiram Iddings, of the
late firm of Edwards, Iddings & Co., gro
on Water Street. The deceased was
quite young, only about 20, was a very
promising young man, beloved by all, and
doted npoo by his heart-broken mother
her bereaved family. n t-eturday
evening, just before the Max leu on ner
fated voyage, Mr. William Edwards
introduced young Iddings to the Misses
Patchin, these young ladies Having no
male protector and after the collision
occurred, Iddings was seen in company
with these young ladies, aiding and en
couraging them, and it is probable his
unselfish devotion to them in their peril,
contributed to his own death. The sym
pathies of a large cire'e of friend are with
the bereaved friends.
Drowned.
About 1 o'clock, on Wednesday last,
17th inst, a boy aged 15 years, named
Pierce Irwin, son of Alexander Irwin, of
Ohlton, wa drowned in Meander Creek.
He had gone to the creek alone to bathe,
and it is believed that he got jnt a deep,
miry hole, and being mentally an imbecile,
and physically weakly, was unable to ex
tricate himself. After his absence was
observed hi clothing having been found
on the bank of the creek search was in
stituted. And the body discovered About 8
o'clock in the evening. Coroner Beed
was called, but on learning all the circum
stances, and consulting with the friends
and neighbors, it wa pol deemed necessa
ry to empanel a jury, but the Coroner
held an informal inquest -and made a
record of what seemed to be unquestiona
bly the facts in the case.
Narrow Escape From Death.
On - last Wednesday morning, as the
workmen in the employ of Darley &
Weeks were engaged in filling the wagons
with gravel, at the bank, a masi of gravel
weighing several tons, precipitated itself.
striking two of the workmen, named
Martin Kaupt and James Wilson, on their
backs, throwing them on their face and
completely hiding them from view, in
which situation they remained for several
minutes before their companions could
rescue, tbem. The men were considerably
bruised, especially Kaupt.
Alumni Meeting.
The Warren High School Alumni held
their annual re-union At Webb's Hall, on
Wednesday evening, the' 17th insU -
The address of Bev. George Pierce was
brief, but pleasant, 'pointed and instruc
tive. His subject was education,'' which
he treated in a most agreeable manner.
Notwithstanding the evening was oppress-
ingly warm, there was quite a large num
ber in attendance, many of whom were
trom out of town. After the address, the
Society held their regular business meet
ing. Several lucky brother in-laws were
received into the society as honorary
members.
The old board of officers were all re
elected. They are as follows: President,
John C Hutchins, Esq. Vice Presidents
Miss Gertrude Tayler and Miss Mattie
Harmon. Secretary Mis Kate Sutliff
Treasurer Mr. George T. Jameson. The
committee of arrangements, as appointed
by the chair, for the next year, was Miss
Flora Townsend, Miss Louisa Andrews,
Miss Minnie Richmond, Mia Mary En
sign, and Mr. Edward Dickey. After
lbe regular exercises, the Ahunnl enjoyed
a very pleasant social re union, during
which they were entertained with some
excellent music by Harris' Band. -
Clover Hill Cheese Factory.
This is a new establishment, located two
miles north of the centre of North Bloom -
field, in this county, and is owned and
conducted by Messrs. F. P. Green, E. C-
Cox and J. Campbell, under the firm
name of E. C. Cox & Co. The ground
was broken for the erection of the factory
building, on the 20th of March last, and
in eighteen days from that date, the com
pany were making cheese. ; They use the
milk of about seven hundred cows, making
about sixteen hundred pounds of cheese
per day, of first rate quality. ,
Income Tax.
Appended is a list of persons, residents
of this county, who pay tax on income of
one thousand dollar and upward :
Wm. Stvis, i , ' yiatnm
Jm Harris. Kile. . l.Ki5,46
L. C. Jodm. Wrro ; 1.74
B P Jamwon, Warren ,
J aha Crimsr. Hub bard ..
Ireo b bllawui, J lies . 1.4'
.41.00
V m Urisbine. Hubbard.
B Parish, Warren..
"L 474.00
Liso.es
1. 436.00
1.JSW.37
1.379.77
1.S71.61
l.S48,00
A WfeMlar, War-n...fl-
B r Hoffman, Warran
8 L Hant. Warn-'
f Kinsman, Br. Warran
Edward Hares. Hartford..
Thos Bauer. srooKnUL
a W gears. .Warren
1.2C.0O
m
L2,07
L 207.26
UM.41
1.16S.UU
John L Weeks, Warren.
AM Bobbins, nues
John 6 tdwarda. Warren
J alios Vantrat, Warren
John B Jordan, Lerdsuwa
O H FetcA. arren
TJMcLain Sr-Warren
1.14.M4
1,0S8.'4
1.10.10
Ifaae tiattord. n arrea.
Ktitof Leonard Wood ward. Lords t 'a. 1.0-iS.OO
Henrr Stiles, W arren..
LOUO.OO
w m K btilea, w arrea
H B Perkins, Warren.
1.00U.00
.136.:iS
5,000.00
4.&5.0U
4.04 i. 27
S.664,00
2MV.9i
Z.7SIJ6
2.7U.00
X.430 (JO
x.4i.eo
U18.0U
2,371,00
2.311.9b
1 JtWii
O uruwold Wa
Jeetie HtU. Hubbard
Junius Dana. W arrea
J W Trier. Warren
John Hatohins. Warren
Geo Harris. Kiiles .,
Iho kinamaa. Kinsman.
Jacob tfoldstien. Warren..
K B lajlor, arren
MB iajler. Warren
A Brown. Broomfield..
. uu. D.uu.vin. 1.U.11..1, .....
Daniel btambeuf h. Hubbard.-
James Hoas.il, Mies
A 1 Webb. Warren-
A M Blackford. Nile.
X.lSS.Otf
2.039.00
2.UUU.UU
tie H T utile. Warren
UK WiscU, Warren
There is much complaint of the rsv
Age of the cnt worm in Northern
Ohio, And it is feared the corn crop has
been seriously injured..
Fire in Gustavus.
On Thursday last, June 18, about IS
minute before 11, A. M., a fire broke out
in the planing mill of Fitts & Barnard,
in Guitavut, destroying the mill and all
the machinery, several thousand feet of
dressed lumber, and thirty thousand
shingles. The origin of the fire is uncer
tain, but it is supposed A spark had secre
ted in some way to occasioa it, the mill
having been run the previous day. Loss
estimated at $1,600 to $2000. Ko insur
ance. The lots is felt by the town as well
as the individual losers. A dwelling
standing within 15 rod of the mill took
fire in several places, bat was saved by
great exertions.
Anniversary Exercises.
The exercises of the Nineteenth Anni
versary of the Warren High School came
off at Webb' Hall, on Thursday evening
last. As is usual on these occasions, the
audience was very large, in fact the hall
was filled, notwithstanding the tempera
ture approximated furnace heat, to its
greatest capacity. Many were obliged to
turn away from inability to gain admis
sion.
The programme of exeicises was as fol
lows, the opening prayer being by Bev.
Mr. Page. The music wa by the Warren
Band:
JUNIORS.
If We Knew ...... ....... Rush Webb.
Shadows We Cast ilsry E. Patch.
SENIORS.
Broken Threads Alice E. Briscoe.
Chains.. .. Addie t Noble.
Whisnerines Ma-y Ensign. ,
Clouds and SunshineMinnie Richmond.
Twilight (Valedictory ). Louise Andrews. I
Presentation of Diplomas remarks by
Mr. Pitt, SuperintendanL
Benediction by Bev. Page.
- The essavs were all well written. The
reading by the Juniors was not sufficient
ly clear and forcible toenablo the audience
generally to hear disUnctly. The readi n
by the Seniors was much better, and their
efiorts were therefore better appreciated
by the audience.
Ladies Supper.
We have been requested to state that
the Ladies Sewing Society, connected with
the Disciple Church of this place, will give
a supper, for the purpose of procuring
fund for furnishing the church, on Thurs
day evening of this week, between the
hours of 5 And 7 o'clock. At the residence
of Mr. William Williams. An invitation
is extended to the public to participate.
A Card.
The members of the Senior and Junior
Classes of the Warren High School tender
their most sincere thanks to the young
ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assis
ted them in the preparations for the Anni
versary.
Erie Conference Notice.
- A limited number of horses will be pro
vided for. Those wishing this favor will
inform me immediately.
R. M. WARREN.
The Stabbing Affair at Newton
Fails.
NEWTON, FALLS, June 21, '68.
Dkab Chboviclk: The examination
jof Joseph K. Sbefellon, for (tabbing Al
bert Fiester, about the 29th of May was
held on Friday, 19th inst, before Justice
Branson, at the Town Hall. There was a
very strong array of evidence appeared
on the part of the State, which was very
critically and carefully cross-examined by
L. C. Jones, Esq., exhibiting two or three
very good points in lavor of the defendant.
There were nine witnesses on the part of
the State examined. The counsel tor the
defendant, Jones and Beaver, after a short
consultation, igniued to the Court they
would offer no testimony at that time- for
defendant, which was a very unexpected
move. The reason for this move is still a
mystery with gossip venders and the public
generally. Toe case was submi tted with
out argument, of oourse, and defendant
bound over in the sum of $1000, for his
appearance at the next term of court.
Bail was readily volunteered, and the case
for tbd present dismissed. There was A
large number of interested spectators pres
ent the house being filled. A large
number of ladies were in the galleries.
Fiester is still living, but there is very
little hope of his recovery. What the re
suit of ihis unfortunate affair will be is
wholly dependant on subsequent investiga
tions. Tours Truly, B.
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f
For the Chronicle.
Another Pioneer Fallen.
Died in Vienna,Trumbull County, Ohio,
June Mr. William Bartholomew,
aged 80 years and 6 months. Mr. B. wa
born in Watertown, Connecticut, though
in infancy removed to Waterbury, where
he was brought up with bis parent till, in
1804, in hi 17th year, he came with the
family, in company with other, and set
tled in Vienna. In about- three month
after tbey came in, the father was killed
by the falling of a tree- This was the
first adult death in the settlement. It was
early in January, 1803. The burial wa
at the center, in the midst of a de lse for
e6L Then William, with his widowed
mother and an aged grandmother, was
left, at about 17 years of age, as the man
of the family. Although there v.as an
older brother, yet he was married and had
a family by himself.
Mr. B. was among the soldiers of 1812,
who went out to the Huron Biver and the
Peninsula, and with the few who were in
the block house when it was fired opon by
the enemy. He returned in safety to hi
friends and the younir settlement. In 1813
he was married to Mary Boyd. with whom
he lived nearly half a century, having
three sons who survive them.and to whom
he ever made himself an affectionate hus
band and a kind father. Ho, with his
wife, united with the Presbyterian church
in 1817, in connection with which they
walked as consistent members, til! death re
moved them to the church of the first- born,
whose nTe are written in Heaven.
. Mr. B. passed through many ehanees.
and some severe trials, during his life. He.
had a native mechanical genius which led
him to engage with machinery. He was
a wool carder by trade ; but feeling dis
posed to engage farther, in machinery, af
ter sosae.- other experiments, he invested
his property in machinery and mills in
Youngstown. In this he was unfortunate,
and sacrificed much of his property, and
also his health. After an absence from
Vienna of some years, with his wife, he
returned and invested the remain of his
property in a little farm directly in sight
of the fine farm they had left, and there
they lived with their youngest son. Then
he lost his wife in 1859, leaving him lone
lv but not disconsolate. He still made
himself ustful in the family and in tha
community,and sought and found comfort
in Christian fellowship, and in the word of
God. With all his change of circum
stances and loss of property he never lost
character, or friends, or his cheerful confi
dence in God. Any employment whioh
was honest and useful he regarded as hon
orable. Industry was his habit, and
cheerfulness his disposition. Whether as
the proprietor of a farm or a mill, a canal
boat or a peddler' wagon, he was always
the same ; honest, industrious, useful And
contented ; loved and respected by all who
knew him. His closing scene waa like a
clear sunset after a day of toil, with
changing clo-ids and sunshine, with rea
son perfect to the lastuffering much pain,
yet without A murmur ; surrounded by
friends, and grateful for every act of at
tention, he sank into the arms of death
as a messenger to take him to A better
rest. "Great peace have they which love
thy laws, aad nothing shall offend them."
N. B Editor of the Mahoning Reg
ister and the Portage County Democrat
will confer A favor on many by noticing
the above. X. BETT8.
in
to
is
the
best
our
and
A.
has
at
be
in
Wool.
There has been some activity in wool
In this market the past week. Buyers are
paying; 42 cents for good, clean washed
wool. "
75
Warren, June 20, 1868.
Meeting to elect delegates to the
Congressional Convention organized at
the Court House, at 8, P, M, when on
motion of J. M. Stull, G. T. Townsend
was chosen chairman, by acclamation.
E. P. Eabbitt, and 0.: Meeser were
elected Secretaries.
The chair appointed Messrs Marvin
and CbL Stratlon Tellers of the meeting.
On motion of J. M. Stull it was re
solved to vote by Ballot and that the
(5) five Delegates receiving the highest
number of vote should be declared
l,ii uisit rfpleirsle.
Resolved that the Polls be kept
orwn untill ! nast 9 o clock, 1 , Si..
Motion was made and carried that
the Ballot Box be placed on the lable
and the teller receive the votes, ana
that no record be kept of the voter
names.
Motion was made by 3. Dana that the
tellers commence to eount vote IX:V
P. M.l and also receive the votes, that
come in the meantime, varrieu.
A resolved, the Polls closed at 9 L.
P. M. and UDOn the votes being counted
tho result shown was Total number of
voses cast 373.
For Cadwell delegates, - 241.
" Garfield " - - 132.
Showing a majority of votes 109 for
Cadwell delegation.
Signed. E. P. BABBITT,
O. MESSER.
Secretaries.
The Ladies Friend.
The July number ef this "Queen of the Month-
lie." noeii with a beautiful ecsraTins of Abra
ham and Herar. Harer and roun Ishmael
are admirable while barah'a tare is a stadr.
The double Fashion Plate of this numberend
the variety of of other x'ashiona cannot fail to
please the ladi-s. The Murie is the little Bir
ie's Waits the month Ij piece of choice muiic
is a great inducement take this maasine.( The
literary matter of this month is "Kvanseliie in
Proee." (concluded): Remembrances of Ihad
dens KosciuKko(the"Thaddeua of Warsaw," of
Mis Porter) "A Dead Mail's Kule." lively,
spirited and interested as ever - "Artel Visits."
story by lSmilie Lester Leigh : "The Debarry
Fortune." a capital story by Mise lioualas;
Vacant Places," a fine Poem by Florence Percy;
Novelties for J uly : Editorials, the Fashions
Receipts, dc lbe "Lady's friend" is publish
ed by Deacon and Peterson, 319 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia, at 2 90 a year (wafrhal.0 includes
a iarre steel enBrarinir). "lbe Lady's Friend"
and "The r.turday tvtnin Pest" i4 CO. Sam
ple copies 15eeat.
The State Congregational Conference
at PainesTille; on Saturday, adopted a
report denouncing the Mason and all
oath-bound orders, but not excluding
members of their orders from the
churches.
Local Notices.
Local JVortees 15 eemie per tine jtref tnerrfum,
ten cf.pr weteacA rvbirQUeni aeerftott.
SO Dozen!
Kew styles Pate it Adjustable IToop Skirts,
opened this day at A. . AM)KEWS A EONS.
June 2t-tU
M owing Match
At Brookneld Center, Ohio. Mondiy. July 6.
lft6S. A premium of ten dollars will be paid by
the Brookneld Agricultural Society, for the best
Mowinc Machine on exhibition. Competition
open to the world A. WALDORF, f rest. .
B. Bentlt, hoc
June iM-lt.
Wladow Saab.
Four 20 litbt window aash 8x10 tlaos in
rood order, will be sold cheap for cah. Apply
at this omce.
$100,00 Retrard. .
I will pay the above reward for the arrest and
eonTiction of the person or persons that set my
crib ol Charcoal on fire on the night of June 17,
lbtis, H.b. Adams. Weethersneld. O.
jane 24.18684 w
Frnlt Jara!
For preserving Strawberries. Large lot just
received at. slRATI01sk HAHSOOD
. June24-lf -
Opening Dally!
An elerant assortment of hear eroa arain
Silks, tor Ladies beeques. All of the latest style
of riacques kept constantly on hand and manu
factured to order on short notice, at
June 24 -2t
Direct ! Direct !
A fresh iuddIv ef Pocket Enives.lust receiv
ed fro in the f.etorv. for sale at reduced prices.
kverv knite tarranlM. Also a new kind ol
Table Knite. Call and look at them, for sale,
wholesale or retail, at CLAKK'e Motion Store
Main (it-sign of the Eacle.
JuoeiM-lt
Live and Let Vive,
Is tha motto adhered to by H. Rice. Boot and
Shoe maker, two Loots south of the P. U.. W ar
rea, 0. His shop is open early and late, giving
all a ehenee to call and leave their orders, and
pectaltfort will be made to fill all such, at me
time aereed anon, believing thai punctuality is
eenallv desirable on both sides. Good work and
the beet of shxw, and exclusively a eos way oi
doing busiaess, are toe inducements 1 oner to
the citizens ot n arren and vicinity.
June 24. lSoS-tf
A. E. Andrewa & Sona
Are retailing all wool Carpets at $1. $.10. k
1 25. eheapett goods in the market.
Jun24-2t
mi i aw i i
"Played Ont."
The brief reign of summer has played, short
dresses and large boons are playing out rapidly
aad the vows ot eternal atfe-tion breathed by
perfi lions Augustus, tothe doating Ararainta,
Angelina Arabella is completely played. So
likewise, moreover, also, hencelurth. and forev
er and a day, are high prices for Hats. charming
Irr epressible hats, at Mrs. POTTER A CO.
June 24-tf
Ton are Laboring1 under a
alight Mistake.
In thinking that, that faded, spotted Daguer
reotype, taken many years since, is beyond
reach, tor it cue be copied, and every feaeur
preserved, even to the bringing out nctp all,
and in some instances, more than was first seen
the original pioture. This is the testimeny
persons having copying done by ilice.aiNew
England Gallery. Ko. 15 Market St.. Warren.
Ohio. .Slraaner. visiting Warren, will please
call ai,d examine our work, as we desire a
critical comparison between our entry day pro
ductions, and tboee turned out at the sear Gal
leries in large cities,
June 24-lt v RICE Artist.
iratrberrles ! . ' . '
Can be best preserved by putting np in air
iicbt eana. Ton can buy the best kinds, at
T. SIRAITUX A HAPGOOD'S.
June 24-tf
Two Things at Once.
It is an old saying that (yon can only do one
thing at a time, but King, on Alain i-lreet is
making and selliog a preparation lor Silver pla
ted ware, that will elean and at the same time
deposit a coat of Silver. By its use Silver pla
ted Bpooue, g orgs, e.. can ne aepi as e-ooa as
aew. It contains no quicksilver. Try it.
June 24, lS6b-lw
We are Informed
That Mr. W. 8. Adams, of WeatbersneU. ha
got the neatest show of strawberries that was
ever raised in this section of the county, he is
cultivating them by the acre, and expects to
pick near KM) quarts per day. All lovers of
strawberries should not fail te call en Mr. H.
during the strawberry season- He i. alsoculti-.
vaiing Gooseberries, Blaekberries.Raspberries,
Currants. Dewberries. Grapes. Peara, Quince.
Apples, Ac where he intends to keep tbem for
sale in tbeirseasoA. Success to Mr. Ads ma.
June 24. 186-lw
St ran re change.
On account of the reduction of prices in Swit
xerland, Kicgon Main Street, is now prepared
furnish bwiss Watches, for a less price than
before the war. There has also been another
decline in American Watches. Persons wish
ing to buy a good watch will find it to their ad
vantage toesU at King' Watch Head Ouarteri'.
iuae ii, loovti
Xewa Depot Tor Sale.
A well established News Depot in an adjoin
ing town will be sold on favorable terms. For
particulars enquire of or address
C. B. STREETER k CO.
Jnnel7-2t Toungatowo, Ohio.
Accident will Happen.
Insure against aoeidents in the Accident In
surance Company of Hartford Connecticut. It
the oldest, largest and best accident insur
ance com pan r in America-
WHIT1L-SEY ADAMS, Agent,
June 17, 1868.-tf
Important to Saw Mill Men.
FTmU'm fferr Frictiaa Smt MillSrt. W invite
attention of Saw Mill men to our new rVic
ften oWl, just being introduced. Some of our
mill men who bave examined it are throw
ing away their old Rachel bet's and purchasing
new invention. Call at Hull k Co s. shop
see one.
June 17. 186S.-3W
Halpaa
Would inform th publio generally, that he
started a Grooery and .Provision Store
the Depot of the A. A U. W. K.1C where
would be pleased to see fci friend who are
want of any thing in the line of Groceries and
Provisions. A full and well aeleeted stock kept
constantly on hand. Also dealer in Anthracite
Bituminous coal. I J une J-4U
Eugene Ilalr Restorative.
This celebrated orenaration s now out nn in
mammoth Bottles, and sold by all Druggists at
cents. It ia the cheapest, best and most
popular Eair Pre pa ration known. Sold by all
druggists. I May 20, looo-oa
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Local Notices.
Loeai Ifoticf 15 cents pr (iae jCral inMrMoa,
(en eta. ner lint eoc eaoMeat merrtioa. ,
t3- Seeritht heed corner ef this pace.
Horses, Cattle and Sbeep.
Insure in the Aetna Lirt Sfork rwnrnine Ot,
of Hartford. Conu, W HlTlLESEi: ADAMS.
June 17,186i-tf Asent.
Home Wanted.
For a rood, healthy boy, aced twelve years.
Just from the "old country. Apply at this of.
fice. June 17. lSr-tf
Roakopr Patent ' Peoples
Watch.
Wind- at the stem, keeps nni rime, only
tw!e dollars at VAU1B0I At ACKLEX.S.
June 17. lv.-2w
American Black Cap Rasp
berries. . I will gell from the 10th of July to the S"th.
by the sicrle quart or by the thousand at my
Fruit and Vineland Farm. Jj, 8. Adam
WeatiiersCeU. Ohio. Jose 24. 18nS-3w
Elaatlc Spoaee.
Call at the Furniture Stere of Truesdell at
Townsend, and nee the EUutsc Spew ilaitna
and 'ifoir.. The best beds in ibe vtprld.
Jane 17. 1868-tf.
Ice Cream Saloon. . .'
Mr. Samuel Derr has fitted ap a pleasant
Ice Cream Saloon for. ladies and rcntlemen.
in Stone's block, opposite theMahoninr Depot.
Koom ap-stairs. Front cmrance. Give him a
trial. er an J 1'a
It will Pay !
To call at th sew store of PARKS k CHEW,
and look at the rich Dress Goods. Trimmints,
d-c. They are just receiving their second new
stock of goods, and are able to sell Slaslins,
Prints Ac . cheaper than before. Their stock
is all fre.h and new, and bayers seem ro un
derstand their interests and flock there to make
their purchases. (.June lMt
Four loan? Moraea lor Sale.
Enquire of Wm. Searrsvas, en th old Seth
Lcwu farm, in llnwland lownsaip.
June lu. lfcjs-3t
For Sale.
A light one horse Spring Wagon, enquire a
the Island Mills.
RUSH. HAMILTON i CO.
June 10. 1868-3i
U0YT. STRATT0X k HAPGO0D.
June l'J-tf
The Weed Machine Ahead..
The official statement of sales exhibits these
facts: Wied Machisc ruin 197 ra csitt:
t'inrerS; (irorer A Btker.2': Ilowe.firts Fintle
Lyon. 40; Empire 9.
The above shows a ttal of 151 per cent for
all other companies combined, leaving a bal
ance of forty vt ptrcrnt for the Weed Company,
over all others, yirn. A. Boyd Agent, Box tM8,
Warren. Ohio. Residente one door eet of the
dwelling of (sen. McLaia. lJunelO-4t.
Concentrated Arnica Lint
ment. ,
Hall's Hair Renewer ; Barrett's Hair Ren ew
er. w buy in large guanines, and fill sell as
low as the lowest.
noir.STRAITOJT EAPG00D.
Jan lu-tC
Clsarn.
We have numbers of thousands on hand.
wmcn we wih close out at prime cost.
HOYI.elKAlIOS t HAPGOOD.
JunelO-tf
Fine Cnt Cbevrlnff Tobacco.
Large lot on hand, which we will close out
in seat way as toe above Cigars.
HOYT. STUAIToN A HAPGOOD.
JanelQ-tf -
The Trumbull County Bible
Society
Will meet at the Preshvterian Chnreh in War
ren, at 2 o'clock, p. m Thursday, June lth
lnsL A new board of officers will be elected.
and other business matters attended to. AU
interested in the success of the gospel, are in
vited to attend. By order of the Board.
A. W. POUXEfi. Bee. Sec
June 10, 1S68.
Fahnetock'a
Pore White Lead.
HOVI, SIRATT0X k HAPO 00 D.
June 10-tf . .
Only Three Dollars.
t or a Carpet Sweeper, go and get
TRUESDE
ILL A '
: TOWKSEXD.
May 13,158.
If you want
To see some nice Orange and lemons. Pin
Apples. Canned Fraits.Jelliee.asd every varie
ty of dried fruits. ell and exaorme the stock of
E KO MKT. CAM rUiL. on Main Sr.
May 14-tf . i. : .' ,
10,000 lbs. Butter!
Wanted, for which the highest marketplace
in CAali will be paid, at
A. S. ASPREWS 80NS.
Hay 6-tf Warren. Ohio.
Chamber ult.
VI various styles, a jrnod afrortment at price
to suit the times at IKLESDfcl L A TOWN
BEND'S May 1 1.
Who!
Are the Agent of the flreat Cnited State
Tea Company, in Warrn ?
HOlT.SIRATIOJf HAPGOOD. '
Junelotf
0 wad some power the giftie gi ns
To see ourselves, as itbers see us" '
So sang poor Burns, but this power has aow
been eonfered to mortals, and cicarty demon
strated in a Photographic way at the Art Gal
lery of BROOKS oV POTTilR for they truster
to paper the human face divine ia s way most
acceptable to their customers, (being so true to
life! give tbem a call and be convinced. Rooms
East side Mam Street. June V. I5ue.-tX
j
The Best Ilalr Restorative,
For sale at Mrs. K. S, ADAIR'S
i ' e i
Something- Sew. -
Doctor Soelmea desires to inform hit patrons
and friends in Trumbull county that he has
purchased of the patentee. Doctor 0. W Dunn,
the exclusive right to Bake his porela teeth
in this county. As new improved it has very
many advantages over any style of work now
in use. It is WaiiW.so-oew and eeosp . and
can aow be repaired as easy as any otter style
of work. Unlike the rubber now in ic, it is a
conductor of heat, therefore th as.uth will
keep cool and healthy, ienttst art- paying
from four to nine hundred dollars for an onii.
right. Teeth on rubber, and all otherkinds of
dentures, except in xina aireaay auuaed to
will be made by John A. 1 onng, who sas been
student with me for nearly two years, and
having taken on course in tha Ohn Debtal
College he is well prepared to do the work in
the best possible manner. See his c.vii.
rB. X.SPELMAJI.
Warren. May 13. l8.-tf .
Teeth ! .Teelh I. Teeth !!..,..,
The onder-imed having madearrxoreneati
with Doctor opellman to take the elws of teeth
known as rubber work, off bis hands; is now
prenerrd to make it for the advantage of every
one in Trumbull eounty wanting aaything in
his line to give him a call. He has made ar
rangements by which he can get his stock at
thrty percent lower than any persooelsein the
county, he can therefore compete with the den
tilts in any city of Ohio. Having purchased at
great expense a very f ne apparalta for rna-
kinff lautfhinr catfl'nitrous oxid). Bets ereoared
give it to any one wishing to avoid the pain in
cident to extracting teeth. But it will only be
will only be giremn the forenoons of Tuesday's
and c-aturdtj oi eaca wecj.
J0HSA.r0TJKG,
Warren. May UlSoS-tf
For Sale Low. .
One Two Horse Wagon. -
Ooe Good Top Buggy.
One Second Hand Top Buggy.
One Second Hand Open buggy, '
One Road Wagon. Light.
Would exchange lor horses or cattle.
MayU-r? R.H. BAKNL M k CO.
To Rent !
A first class Store Room, fitted up in the luM
Style, with all the modern improvements,
Ury Goods or general Merchandise, Situated
Maia Street. An exceUant location tor
business, enquire of
April -U AJUAKSVa A KUPP.
Sewer Pipe.
Darley k Week. Agents for Middlebury Sew
er Pi,e Com nany, will keep on hand at all times
sises of Pipe, which they will furnish at
manufacturers' priees
Warren, April 1-om.
Plows. Plows, Plows.
The best steel Plow ia market at D. K. Bit
xstt's. opposite the Baptist Church.
Warren. May 1. leui tf ; ,
For Rent.
Large Front Room ever Reed 4 Adam's Clo
thing Store. Knuuirs of .....
April U-tf . REED t ADAMS.
The Rest Sewlnc Machines -
Are th Howe and Florence, sold by Mr. B.
Adair, first door south of the Austin House.
Main Street. Warren. O. Lisa. 1, lads.
There are many homes w h ich might be made
more cheerful and pleasant to the inmates, by
introduction of a musical instrument suited
the capacity of some of thehousebold. which
would infuse a new joy into the blessings of
their abode. Possibly, there may be one or two
posses a hidden taste for the divine art,
which only needs encouragement to be develop
ed into such perfection that others may derive
much pleasure, beside the actual benefit which
player will derive. To su-h, the Ansaic-s
Oigss manufactured by Messrs. 8.II.IH.
Sith, B'tston, Mass are parties lairly adap
ted. Not only do they giv Uee nearest resem
blance, to tha pipe Organ in quality of tone,
their delicacy of aclioa renders them capa
ble of being effectu ally used ia the performance
light and cheerful mu;io. CuKinnaH Com
mercial. June, l7-2t.
1
Smith's Drug Store
Market St., Warren, Ohio,
Office'00' f Freeman k Hunt's Backins?
I HAVE REMOVED MY DBTJG
Storetothnew Store nextdoor east of Free
man k Hnnt's Banking Office, where I shall be
nappy to see all of my old friends and custom
ers, and as many new ones as willfasormewith
their patronage. EDWARD A. SMITH.
J Warren, March 11, , ,
. . . ; '
B
IRD CAGES.
Kw Styles, a grid assortment, at
eaiiill SDKUts Ml) KB.
BARBER'S HATCHES.
Are sure Are. n ver fail. Dealers suppli
ed by the ease, at the company's wholesale pri
ses, at SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
b:
A. FAIIKESTOCK ft CO'S.
WHITS LEAD. iT.vW mill. .re.n..
rn.nt.with tltf nnnafii,tn,flN fip mndnuul
supply of this celebrated brand of White Lead,
lam enabled to offer it in larr.or small lots te
the trade, or to consumer?, at Pittsburgh price.
, LDWARD A. SMITH.
c-
lARTER'S EXTRACT SMART
WEED. AVer's Hair Vigor. Smith's
Arnica Liniment. Barrett's H air Restorative,
at . bMIXH'S DHLU frTUUK. .
THE "ALL RIGHT" FRUIT
JAR. at threw dollars per doien, at
. SMITH'S DRUG STORE.
Bathinr aid Carriage Sponges,
A large assortment of sises and qualities,
just opened at - ' SMITH'S DBL G blOHU.
NICHOLIS '"ENGLISH AiT
NATTO. for sale at
r-MlTHS DRCQ STORE.
EAGLE STOVE VABNISH
for ready use. on Stoves or Orates, at
S.MITU'6 DRUG STORE.
EXCELSIOR
TRIUMPHANT! .
HAS XETER BEEJf VASQrieHED
I. A FIELD TRIAL.
TT COMBINES MORE VALUA-
I ble fee tu res snd will better meet the wants
of I armers th an any machine ever invented.
In all
FIELD TKIALS
it has proven a perle-t SUCCESS, and carried
afffinrt nreminms at Newton Falls and Warxen.
in July, lttoT, and at Warrensville. Cuyhoga
Co- and at Twiniburg, Summit Co. The re
port of the Committee was in favor cf the well
tried
EXCELSIO R,
As it showed the lightest draught of any ma
chine on trial, and only took on man to oper
ate 1U, lor ... ' ; ( . . i
IMPLICIT I OF COXSTBrCTIO.V,
Ease of Management. Lightness of Draught
STRENGTH AND DURABILITY,
the EXCELSIOR has no eanaL
Partieswi-hing to purchase a Machine, eaa
call on It. 11. Barnum A Co.. v arren, or J
Wilson at Girard.
. Also th Aswly Improved Steel Tooth
ttay) hake;
the most perfect Sulkey Mors Bake ever offered
the farming community. 1 be teeth are
C-A.ST STEEL
no iron aad each tooth ha an independent
spring, and can be raised or lowered to suit th
surtaee. .
A rood assortment of extras will be nvna-at
the Hardware Store ot it. H. Bsmumft Co,
barren. Ohio. J. G. WILSON,
- General Agent, Girard, Ohio.
i June. J. rgtis-u .
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Pi Notice is hereby - give that th ubseri
br aas beea appointed xecutoroa tha estate
of Anna Andrews, late of Hertford. TrnmbuH
county, uhio, deceased.
A. K.A.MI111SWJ, Executor.
June ill. lsb-3t.
f- ...v i-rsl)r..: ,"..t
PROVISION STORE
-::0::-
W3I. GILKMER
Pa removed his Store to the room formerly
occupied by Freer d- Wraith, opposite the
Court House.
Market" Street Warren, '0
Where ha will kep s fall uportmc-ot in hie
line. iitclucnc
' ; T r , e, ? - r ' ' , -
FLOUR AIVD MEAL
Pork. Hams, 6itear. Syrup,
Tea, Ooffee & Tobacco.
CARBON OIL, TUBS, BUCKETS. Ac.
Coeds SoU at the Lowest Eaten.
.- - TEH HIGHEST PRICE PAID -
to
a9-o
1 3iT - 2 .ZJl S -T !
FOR
Biattei . and Eggs I
AND PRODI'CB GENERALLY.
WM. GIXLMEH.
AprU 22, lWe-ti
rpO CHEE3S MAKKKS.
I Roe's Improved Cheese Vats for sale at the
etove store ol jAJaau A wllh.LH.
E
OE'S PATENT Cheese Press.
at the Stove Store of
JAM-SOX WHEELER.
OE'S CHEESE HOOPS,
and Card Knives, at the Ptove Store of
g ; JsAtDO- m rllli-kCEK.
BOND'S PATENT Step Ladders,
indispensablk in house cleaning, at the
btove Sure ef JAMESON k WHEELER
CAST IKON SINKS,
Th beet sink made, frr sale at . i
JAMEoOH A WHEELER'S.
rpHE CHAMPION.
J. And Banner Cloth Wringer. Weak Tabs.
Eton end Zinc Wash Boards, at the Stove Stor
of JAMESON A WHEELER.
IEONCULTIVAItOIiS.,, .
and Hors. Hoe, at the Stov. .81 or. ,
JAMESON k WHEELER.
LEAD PIPE & PUMPS. ,
at th toTAMES0' WHEELER.
flb CLOTH.
good assortment, at the Stove Store of
, -i
T1EPAIKS OF ALL KINDS
IV For th Buckeye Mower at Jameson A
Wheeler'A
chines.
Agents for Buckeye Mowing Ma-
aiLD SCRAP IRON
f Takea ia a-ehanre fcr goods. ttke Stne
Sior of
JAMKSO de WHS-LEU.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT
of Cook and Parlor 6tovee at redueed
,, at JAit-oON WHIEUi-i.
rnlN & 3HE5T IliOir,WOEK:
J. Promptly ififog HKEla5R-s.
qMN PJ
I and Tii
TIarohll.
PIN PLATE, SHEET 1E0N
I TUnar stock, at .
wAj..uj n -i--uaa o.
SHE SLEEPS BENEATH THE
ROSES, (a companion song to King th Bell
softly J i having an immense sale. Price 34 et.
' - AVaa a jewra v?rm ,
tha
No
and
aad
call.
I
and
-lay
FINANCE AND TRADE.
WHOLESALE MARKET.
Orric WcsTsas Bsssivi Caeoxicut. )
Waasxx. CJune 24.
Gold.13'' ' ' .
Bllver.larre, 133. - '
Five-Twenties, 1962. lll'X.
l8ot.ice.'
- - lS66.I09Cj.
1967.112H.
Seven-Thirties. (2d aad 3d seriea) Ka.
Hown markets dull with th foUowia quo.
tattoos: , i
GROCERIES Firm and steady.
BEAKS White $4,00 te $40 peg bushel. ,
WHEAT-White, SXHO; Amber. $2.60. Spring
NoL$i50.
TLOUR-tlOM to fI4.no. '
OATS-Oat 75e ' ' " j
CORN-Corn $1.10.
DRIED APPLES-7a8e. ' .
BUTTER Fresh Soil 22c. rii or trade
CHEESE Western Reserve 1214e '''
EGGS lse.
LARD Country rendered. 16317. T '
HIDES See Leather Report.
POTATOES-fl.2091.3
TEAS-$l,0O U U0 per cheat.
COFf IE-2227 per bag.
GLASS See Hardware report. .
WARREN RETAIL MARKET.
WARREN, O., June 24, 1868.
Per BarreL ..Candle Tallow IS
Flour WhiuWh't14 5. do ttearuie
Flour Amb. Wh't13.W! do t-tar
Floar Spring W h'12.a i -UeeellsuaMi
W hit Lime 2,01) Svrup. extrali-iL25
Salt 3.00 Cider Vinegar 25
Per Pwasrel. I Carbon Oil j0
Pork Clear. Is, Lard, 20
Beef Dried , , . ,. 25 Linseed 0U. 1.1S
Hams Sag. Cured 21 Boiled Oil. gal..33
" Country 20 Shorts perew- lsi
Side" " 14vU, Corn Meal, bolted per
Sugar. Brown,,,., 14 ewt .2,75
Sugar, Coffee 1 Cora Meal, unbolted
Sunsr. Crushed 2L per ewe . .)
G B Cod FUh10 Timothy " " - 3.(0
w bite r ish - iv Clover Feed 7.75
M-.....I u Oil Meal. V ewe. 2.HI
Cheese , , 1.- White Lead ffi keg3,75
Smoked Halibut 1 i Potatoes buhell 50
Rio Coffee. , ?"-t Peaches - pealed 'per
Java Collee4u4o , 30
Cotfee, Koaated 6 1 " anpealed. 15
Green Tea l,2fl..' Prunes. Turkish 20
Black Tea ljue1.4u. Molaa.es.per gal 90
Japan Tea lv1.40, do .P. R. per gal1.0O
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, June 22, 1868.
FLOP K-City made XX red $12,00(t!.W: do
XX spriag SlcCil.Ou; country mad. XX red
$U.0'.12.00: do XX spring 9.K310.50.
WHK AT Firmer, with a rather better de
mand for car lota. Sales 2 ears No. 1 red from
store at 25,1 ear No. 2 do at $2,14 4 ears dodo
at 2.14.
PORK Unchanged, with a fair demand.
Sales lu bbls No. 1 mess at o. 2 do
$27.50; Clear t'0.50.
LARD Quiet snd unchanged. Sales 1000 lbs
City rendered at l5.'j in tieroe aad Iva ia fir
kins. SMOKED MEATS In good demand and
steady. Sugar cured Hams 2ie canvassed, l'-c
nnca-vassedi Bacon at lue; Dried Beef at 2Uc
canvassed.
' BUTTER Dnit and drooping. Prim to
choice Western Reserve si2tje.
CHEESE In rather quiet movement at 12$
14?o: for dairy and factory.
DRIED APPLES Dull at 6SS according
to quality.
POTATOES Dull. Peachblow $1,05 in car
lots: $1,10 from store.
LIMK Water Lime held at $1.70 for Akron
and Oswego. White LimeseUing at $LvO per
bbl for Cleveland and Fremont.
.PLANTER Steady at $l.l,er bhl for ala
baster lard; fc.lA' for calciaed. -
SALT Fine $25 ; no Coarse in th mar
ket. Leader -
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago Live Stock Market. CHICAGO, June 18, 1868.
BEEF CATTLE No radical change to note
in the general feature of th market eertaioly
a change for the better. The sapply was large
aad composed ia the main at a class of stock not
at all retted to she wants of the trade at the
present time, and with bo material ebange ia
the character oi the sterm market, and none
anticipated, really there was nothing to induce
or justify an aetiv movement en the pert of
shippers. There are some who still profess to
believe that prices will recover to some extent.
but gush an event, though possible, is by ne
means probable. The season is toe far advanced
Grass fattened Cattle are already eomiog for
ward quite freely and the almost universal opin
ion among those feet qualifaed to judge u. that
values mast steadily depreeiate. Transactions
to-day were restricted to 1,01 head at price
ranging at lor inferior to common
mixed lota, including "scraggy" Cows scalla-
wag bteer. coarse iixen. ctaga, Hull aad
Texas Cattle; t&.O&i.W for common to good
butchers' Cattle and -common to good stock
Steer i6.oti47.eu for common to fair shipping
Beeves, and $7, &s,25 for good to choice ship
ping Steers. Th market close week, with a
downward look. Ike following were th
CLOSING PRICES.
Extra Beevee Fine, fat, well lormed,
a to 6 year old steers, and averaging
1.200 lbs and upwards., $S.OCff8.50
rnme eevee uooo, wen lattea. sos
ly formed steers, averaging iron 1.-
108 to 1.4O0 lbs. at $7.5037.75
xair toraae reir steers, in lair sesn,
averaging lJuu1.2"U -, t..-ge.7587.25
saeuium naas jseatutn steer and
good eew. it for city slaughMr and.
averagine MyXXSiiiZX. ai i hiiii I
00
owci ,suierv -oo cattle m aa-v
cent esh- avenging 0ill.JUQ it
at Ci -Tvc on
Inf enor Light and thia ew A steers .Viv1
" BOO a There was a mar active i miry for
this class of atock to-dav. and. atiainl.tMl t.v
the improved tenor of Eastern advices, holders
advanced their views 25Joa V I") lbs, to which
buyers promptly responded, and a brisk trade
was traasacted at tl.'-M for common to
odium, and 8.ij.s7U for air tr ehoace
Pennsylvania Central Stock
Yards.
PITTSBURGH, June 18, 1868.
CATTLE Th sal bwver e-identhe ban.
ao faith ia the present prices, hence their pur
chase were governed accordingly. The eeoeea
siooi demanded werelaraer than boUara war.
disposed losabait to; the result was a P'jor
market and limited sates. The operations for
the past week were 125 head at 5.7.i-8,ti2.
jje'.og.a laiitog on in sales of K head.
SUE P The market wa a nrertv active An.
The sales being among the largest we hare re
ported for seme weeks. The rates however were
precisely the same as last week.. Of the num
ber of sbeep sold. 7 J8 were sold by the head, at
prices ranging from $1 to o 9 need. .
New York Cattle Market.
New York Cattle Market. NEW YORK, June 22.
Reeeipts6,243beeTei; 1S.10J sheep aad lambs :
15,7V. Lme. . ' ". r
BEB v MaTMf itull atrtt He lower.
Sales ef extra at 17(I7L: nrime iirii ITe - f.lr
good at h.lo1; ordinary at 16-915! ; in
ferior at 14144c.
SHEEP aNO LAMBS Moderate demind
and steady. Lambs easier. Sales of extra
sheared at 7)46, e: prime at 7e; inferior to good
at3to?y Lambs at $!-o- . . . . .
HotiS Less firm than at the close or last week
under heavy arrivals, bat finished J-c higher
than last Monday. Sales heavy corn led at f-'s
: fair to good at aiitS ; light to common
attlaS,'. ,
Butter and Cheese Markets.
NEW YORK, June 22.
BrTTKR--Stedr,atx330cfotOhio .
CU--Dull- rJale at 7H5o. - .'
CINCINNATI, June 21.
CHKKiE-aelected Western Keserve. at
013ic; factory Mtflne.
Pittsburgh, June 21.
CHEESE Very little enouirr. exceiting for
rnoiee. rich factory 1. ..
BCTTUa-Ckoiee roll 5e7c. T" I . . '
-. m ae . iV
We have received a pamphlet con
taining the premiums and regulations for
tha 1'Jth Annual Ohio State Fair to be
held ia Toledo. September 21, -4, 24
and 25th. Exhibitors of articles will not be
barged an entry fee. Any person may
enter as many articles as he or she may
own, in any department, free of charge.
No exhibitors tickols will be issued.
'
WESTERN RESERVE
FLOURING MILL'S,
Sear 1. A C TT Depot, Warrei, 0t
Hi
A VINO COilPLrVlEIJ 0.XE
aflkelneet Flouring' -(ills In northern
Ohio, for the manufacture of flour and feed, and
supplied the same with the miet modern im
proved macumery. n e nei aseurea uu we
neve succeeded in placing every quality of flour
and feed in the market, at as low a price ae any
other manufacturers ia the tlate, and we fully
believe that all deaiers and consumers will bar
tiiy sustain oar efforts by liberally patronising
those who make quality the criterion, not a
combination te extort a price. All our flour
aad feed warranted as ropresentao. uiva as a
call.
Promptness in execution unsurpassed Inn,
quality, and fair, just prie , . T T
LASr m JVA.1IAU,
!f . B. Custiim work promptly attended to.
Lee. 26. loo".
SECOND ARRIVAL.
I , New and Elegant Pattern of All
WALL PAPEK,
Gar,.-
SATIK,
WHITE BtAXKl,"
BUFFS,
. . . -. -. ENGLISH PAPEBS.
Something new, extra wide and very cheap .
Call at Porter's Bookstore, and see tbe largest
and best aelxd stock of ft all Paper in tow a.
-lay 27. ifl0- - '
all
to
of
v
at
0-XI-&.
!
Hardware Report;
coaiar-rra vnar v f
It H. B A R X IT 31 & CO.
, '. 11 Market Bt Wsarres. O.
Iroa Axles, Common nil site per
- - ,HalfPateat . "10U
Pprinrt.J. " '&
Horse Kails - . " - tr
8Wtl 25 perft
Linseed 0ilM
L2S per gal
Carbon Oil
Lard Oil. (beaU-
.1.20
u en sole....
40
Smith's Ko. 1 Coach Varnish 4.(s)
do do Furniture Varnish 3:75
Whitehead in Oil. 265) Kags274
i.oa
VTLL iTOCg or CO LOSS.
BabitV.i.i Jfiet
No. J Shovels l.fXljO
No.? lube 13,76 perds
S"-1 - 14,74 do
Kitra do . 175 do
Suits Horse Shoe Bar Seta per t
English Geet St-l n. eas do
Red Jacket Ajrea - " m
Mann's "' , 1 h
Ki QalKer s axe ninniM ., , , , .si
raireansi ocaiea, ,
(list)
Horse baoes..
iviue ivwuu.i . c . c u . trot .eu
Shot Gun do F. F. F. do do.
1. . 3 n . v v w a I
-A.0O
Hoop Iron, l!jineh ferlb.i
do do 12 inch
Thimble Skeins, 3 by 11. per
Seat Springs per pair
&lanilla Rope per m
Glass 4x10 per box
GiasstfxB per be ,.
Glass cat t'i all sizes. '
Daykine Water Drawers.,,, ,
bu
3.;56tt
4.IS)
4.M
t
wio.a.
Leattier Market, '
coaatciss wssklv r
ArA.rConnens old Stand. Main St. WsrrenrO
Slanghter Sol per
R A Snl. -
, Oak- " " "
Finished Calf per ft.
French Calf per -
Harness per lb
Finished Uppers per dosea.
Hides Green untnnuaed
$45.00(').'J0
j7e
Hides Ureea trimmed..
gVM
Hides Green trimmed, full carodmll'4K'e
11 me Dry ""' n.,-.
Hides Dry Rli
Green i Kl
UosiJe
v.iu
11 ry h.ip.
Dry Calf
Pelts, each..
Jif4T5e
Miearlinrs .
lonsase
D.,-onj . ,., 7ot0l,OO
bruby and damaged lides and Skuus 'i to
54oa . ... . . .
J. GOLDSTEIN'S
CLOTniNG HALL
IMPORTANT NOTICE
TO THE PUBLIC.
. .0 ': i'AJOV;
Great Eevolution
IS THE
CLOTHING! HTEADE.
, HIGHP&ICJa rr Vf,?t
Completely Played Ont.
Good3 Sold at as Low Bates
as Before the War.
To beat all competition ia that line, and to
sustain my repatetioa which I have enjoyed fur
great a umoer oi years, to sell good at
LOWER R ATES
than any competitor, "no difference who it is.
snd where he comes from." can sell. I have
saaeavaavaatag of the grew "
Depression in Trade
in New Tork. and bought Immense Stock at
ruinous law rates. Lookat the prise. . I will
Ctioi til Woil CassimerY" i
. . at 73 Cts. per yard.
Sometliins: Very Nice
-: at $1,00 per yard.'
Heavy Nice Goods'
from $1,00 to 51,25 do
I have aa Immense stoek of Imported Cassi
meres. Cloth and Coatings at very low firares,
which I can
r - -
MAKE IT TO ORDER
in as nie a style ud superior workminhii. aa
ny Cit custom tailoring is don e, and priees will
Grreat Deal Less
than at any other pi so. Style. Jt. and work.
u superior at least as good. In
READY-3-Ai)E ' CLOTHING
I ru offer extf lDinnmDtff. Thr rrvat
ituyrjsTsjineii. m macinf u i lot ft! if now.
STYLE AND WORK,
then fomerly; very near eonal to custiini work.
L;ok at the prices. It i now withia fhet reach
oi almost every body to buy a good suit.
A Good Suit for $5,00.
A Woolen Suit complete for $8,00.
Nice,' heavy all wool Cassimere
Suit from 112,50 to J15.
SiIkHixedsnitsfrom$10 on.
Fine Black Suits, - - "
$15,00, $20,00, or $25,00.
Doe't lei eompttition prerent 700 from x
un.DiDff my -toe k. Toa will mt. your money
by tioinc m. X invite erery on to
rO.lIE i. SEE F0H THE.tlSEI.TES.
'. - j.0LI)SIM5'3CL0THIH(. HAL.
In VanGorders Block. Market St,
lam alo Agent for th celebrated SINGER
SEWIN'ii MACailiX th best ia use.
April 21 lass. .
GRAND OPENING
07 -: - ;
SPRING AND
SUMMJJR
Millinery,: Goods-
: at . " :
HISSES LC.it'll.'C. F0P.EIi.VS,
Over
Porter's Bo . Store. Webb's Building,
fain btreist. '
"vraLitt?tit, o.
Miss M. C F0REVAX bavins iust returned
from the east alter setediae sni of Lhe ehoieest
lot ot . , ... . .
.. . I . .i - ' 1 . . '. '. '
Millinery and Straw Goods,
ef the latest style an fashions, f! prepared
offer to her former customers and the pubiie
geaaraUy, the aeoet
VARIED ASSORTMENT
LADIES' BONNET3.fie-HATsjRrg:-
. . . swAs-, uv libit and- - '
Ciry3ttl Laocs,
PLOWEBS,
' STB AW FBINGES,
PEAHL OBNAME-TTS,
a : .. ' BBAlDS,
aad a general and varied ajsor-nt of
SPECIALTIES. '
r NOVELTIES, &
" . SCAECETIE3,
price to suit alL
BLEACHI59 DOSE TO
April ii. lioS-Jm.
RING THE BELL SOFTLY.
This ison of those charming tongs w hick
touch th teaderest and deepest emouona f
thasou-. Ptioijcen-s,at
- AD AX'S BoUr -
1l,At5M
.... . . ..- 4cnse
.. 1140
lnio
4.i4c
Tbe
That
.
The
Iwr
whr-n
will
only
nat-HiaJ
i-tkc
"
H.
GI.T1AT
9 . V 1? i -
UNITED STATES
TEA COMPANY,
. I ' A - I a t-
.... :. . .. - I,
Have sppoiAta. a their Agents; in Yix rat'
hoyt, sm'riot & mm
And hereafter all persons eaa
BU Y TEA
HOYT. STBATTONt 4 HAPaOOD'S",
atthesaaie -ttesskrn Kew T6-r. adding 3st
par pound Express charges. The Tea is -
PUT JJP BY the COHPANT,
f . rr f i .-wr,-r n'i
.3 . W ' ii 4 - ; L 4. J w
and th price marked on each package.
.From6Qc to 1,25 peroimct
VV also hare tie . .
OLD 81,00 TaC.a
HOTT. STBATT0S k HAPGOOD. .
Warren. 0 - I V-I T . ?rl
RIVER BLOCK
Dry Goods. Store!
ry.i. ::. .: a.-:-,vj:.- hi
Weara nowkreeeirnr at
I-'UL LSTO iPUL
. . ;. i-.'
09 - f -1
, STAPLE AND FANtJY.
-Dry Goods !
-ibsierand'iVoiidiis
r r - - - ' V J r- K
i... Whioh wa wiH sail at prices ia carrespond
t with thetima. ,",.'-,
, . - . . 1 1 I i '. -j V. .i 1 r i
: OAPCOOD Jt BROWS
Jan.lS,13. . j 3T. 1 Biver Block.
.. B -IJl tilds.of rro-iccVaote.
1UJ GACT22 k ZmCJS
UNITED CIRCUSES I;
How upoa their -egnisr Tmrrthiwrrh the Middle, West
ern and Southern ctaies.
rWO.GSUlT SEOVS C0J30IJLAIn)
" XIUDI VDOtC J . ,
v 0fi6 fomnint-l PaTllioa ibr Out Friot'of Adii-i-io& I
OLD M GASBSEE'S PHlTjnnfinn :mm
An
C-AillS'ESTirS 6321? EiTH'illZCiar'CeKjs
Coeoiidotod for (A Mammm ef lSZa-69.
f"v t v-r - Ai i iw - - , . n
S--L--s.'-lr)
mor moDy lnTst-l, due-i Wvocuf,
better U rv tod Ponlea. Imit Cah-r-ttfrTrsvpp!r8.
uia--a; BJ.NI.
CUA&Ujf. the txn M 1ci C-U-lza-tion,
toe bust Lepjrs vul V-ualtsM,
t-M bait TQmMers and GymiiAiitB, th
btU SUie tut Bbi1 Bitlttrn. th bt
H;ir-1! RliPTs. tbe lt TALKING-.
HOKB.COMiO TRICi-MULXd moA
ACTINti lloNKKYS tn theWuKLDI
- A QRA.SH PiU;10N.cuiy. at 0
y'cltxit, A.M., will bss, wutuHit icjd-
tkam, tha UrgH uia most gr(rrnm
pageant vr given u pu!c ;rami-T,
vtair tirQd Alittjotic-ll R-n'''-"-?-Utloa
of :h fOt'K Atif t-tt5 OV,
THS G UB-5 A caeTirf. Karope, Al
ami Airtc-t, wUch will excel in jgu
flc?rjc suiTthlrLf of the k;n-l r-T prv t
aMttrd t ti public. -fo-vOwrtac ttxlm
win t the Crri4, ', ami l.
. -Betu wrwi ana iiones,
lor tlchtrugHor--Ua of ihlM
" MAMMOTH COMBINATION?
VfTS. Buorm k K isiTMr repK-t
folly rvier to the trroeTwun snd iJf)i-
cutlT pabitc who hT wttcset thm
prltvici-uicea of XhlM -0)UiiDen
f- who, we rj onnrtc-smt, wH arn the
det-LarstKia, that ut rrrcnf oa vm
most stuperb ActA, TbrUiliiff lfeaia
Gorgeoaa Spect4cl, CLtawic WtpUri,
Kt-KdJ F-ujtuiiesi, PliurrmciTio iisvmes,
SuaaiDUiocu. Wtxr".'Aem Marwtitxm
Seasfttloi-s Grivcefyl HoriiiQhiy,
r-McinavtLnff and "1TM Pae----rles.
Benuttftil Orouptiiftt, Brliii-Ji- antl
Arenle tjremc, Kmcy ilTTUor and 8prk-e
l'.a Comucmtlona of Wttl It Uod
ivece-uva-- to re far to lbe rblhowtn Wattf
STARS OF -tATDiUSS SK1U:
MISS ILIZA GAEDKE2!
The nscauere Veaiale KuestrienaeT
of Ine World.
. N"ME CAMILLEI
' ' MO.LE MARGARETTAI
' WM. MOBOAIT, '
Tne Cnplon llurdie Kuer ef Ute
Two He usp ere. I
OEOBOB DBHIOTJS
The 11 re- luucr. ,
;A
HARRIS i
id PHILIP ,
The yearlew Gymnast
HJTaDDIB OABDJTgj
gee CBs-engp Boy Btaer.
JAMES CArPB!Ir
. Tlie TrtcX-Pad AlJer.
MR. GEORGE CUTLER! '
Tne Cannon-Ball Jugsler and Great
Horlion Ulrt, and the
FourFniinyOlowiis
DAN GARDNER! -
SAM SANFOHOl
- AIM atAOiilBEl -And
s
Ttnutrw wm.T.TiMil '
Hi-Seal Xomua, wltk Solo on .
hliFmnrTninivt .n.1 C.uF ,
Hornpipe. t
Great Iuloe Wooder of t-e IMA
C itury,
INCOMAR!
Unnm oaf kuM, tike onhr TVOTTjritV
ftred AraOiaa oowoa Kxluuitioa ia
' MR. CHARLES KEN YON,
moat Aercrrapttahed Hor-na-of
th Aire.
A lmrf9 Troupe of Edocaiad '
MONEYS 4 POMS
-rCSTr
th eroc-J aaiasement of the
ltrTi or tbis ts&l!sh-
u Don t fxTet the day ana aata
tbta M-uiuDOth Co-aaoihiairOti
JtihtMt, o a mot to contoaixi it
wltif uty oiber Cmpaay. Tbia atbm
lieaoi- MW now Txmvaium
ADMISSION. - . CO CENTS
(bilcLna t-tdat 9 X-r - 25 Con.
-eehe Maataoth BUT Boarda.
arectnd tn and aDoat lie cttlea aci
own, crvrrrrd wi tb tha iTjest printed
ever Qtwal a-Md ufaor TraT
j-wt-ihii aba-ant.
CHAHLES WHTTNCT,
i - rrl BtuLneaa Art.
tt. BALL,
vFJ'S" Tbarsday. June 5tk. YOUS-S-.-X0W3.
n edaesday. Jos 24. .
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