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Traveler's Register. A. A G. W. mlX LIXE. Trains leave from stations an loliows: - VEST. I j Jiiplll 1 Clev'd'. i i F.i. I Mail. Burg Hill 5:17AM Bucuusbui-z 5:37 Wakkek 5:-'t Lesvittsburt;! 6:10 Braceville . 11:1 ISSuf 11:57 ! 5:45 12: JJ JfciO 3:5 EAST. I Onn. j Night i Ex. I Ex. Burg Hill ; Bsronsburg WAEKBS j Leavittsburic 5:50 Bracevlllle. SM5AS ll.:t;P fclu 111:25 Ex. Accom 7:43P :55 6:1". 6,-ffl) 4:56 ' rain day included. . . . Pay Exprma will not ran Mondays, ana Night Express will not ran Saturday's. mahoxixo nivisiox. W E 6 T. !rr..l Night I Way Expresa. Exprera. ; Frelgnt. Girard j Nile I Wakrkn Leavitisburgb. Phalanx 7:17 A M M I'll 7:4-1 AM 7:Hl , 5:0.1 j 8.-0S 7: 5:21 j 8:10 8:00 I 5tJ ' fW 8:10 I 10:10 EAST. Oirard NUes Warrfk Leav1tuburgh...l 5:55 Phalanx ! 5:32 1 Night Way itxDress-, Ex press, i Freight. :3S V M A Ml 6.-00 P M C:22 i fcNS i 5:30 S.-08 i 9:30 i 4:15 ' KlO ' ! 2: 35 The : o'clock east and 5:21 west are daily Sundnvs Included. Trains do not atop at station where the time la not given. j Sow Is tlie Time For a eood Over Coat. Go to Reed dfc Adams, Agents, and buy one cheap. A large lot of Business Suits, for Men's 4 Bov's wear, just received at REED A ADAMS, Agents, For good Undershirts. Drawers, Win ter Caps, Gloves buy them of REED ADAMS. Agents. P. S. They keep the best White Shirts. Trvone. Trv a half dozen. REED A ADAMS, Agents, are not to be undersold. Please bear in mind the above items. LOCAL and PERSONAL The printer will slick See the Supplement for interesting snd amusing reading. The grand jury, at the present terra of court, have found sixty indictments. Blind Tom will perform at Webb's Hall, next Wednesday evening, Xov. 24. The winter term of the W. R. Semi nary, West Farmiugton, commences Nov. 30. Fifty years ago this month, Nov., 1819, the M. E. Church of Warren was organized. J. H. Felt's next term of School wi'l commence Monday, Xov. 29, at Brook field Centre, The Post Office will be closed on to- morrow, excepting from 91 to 101 A. M., and 6 to 7 P. M. Tickets for reserved seats to Blind "Tom's concert, may be had in advance at Porter's book store, Our thanks are due Gen. Garfield for the Congressional Globe and Appendix of the 40th Congress. Fifteen inches of snow fell at Raven na, on Sunday, 7th inst. It was about Jour inches in H arren, Prof. B. A. Hinsdale, of Alliance, w ill nreach at the Disciple Church in this place, next Sabbath morning and eve ning. Sleighs now being in demand those -wishing that article should read ine aa Tertisement of Drennen fc Goist in anoth er part of this paper. The Warren Firemen propose to have a ball at the Austin House, some time during the holidays. At the last regular meeting of Trum bull Temple No. 18,1. O.G.T., they unan imously voted to retain the Degrees. Send us yonr neighborhood news, mot and small. Don't mind how you scratch it down. it up. We issue a ten column Supplement to the Chronicle this week. Our read ers will notice that we give in both sheets .about 20 columns of good reading mat 'ter. r-;n TVianltsrivine services, to morrow. wiU be held per agreement ol the pastors of this place, in the Baptist Church. Sermon by Kev. Kooerc leuoru, commencing at 101 o'clock. Messrs. C. A I. Hickox, of Mecca, advertise a public sale of stock, grain, farming implements, 4c, three-fourths of a mile west of Powers Corners, on Thursday, Nov. 25, at 10, A. M. Ciipt A. J. Dyer, of Ruvenua, is about to remove to Xuuugslowu, there to'euiei upon the practice of law in association with VoL ii IS. Taylor, of Warren. The at,, mj of the new arm ia Taylor Dyer. Chris tain Mumart, of Gustavus; is going to Kansas. He tiiereiore adver tises, by hand bills, a public sale at his resilience, Tuesday, Nov. 30, of lariu stock, produce, furniture, c Sale at lu A. M. See Goldstein's new advertisement This old't established clothing house in Trumbull county is having a splendid trade this Ml, notwithstanding the gen eral ery of dull times. Call and see for yourself. The gentlemen who left this place about two weeks since for a hunt in the mountains of Pennsylvania, returned on Friday last. Their luck was not re markable. Game is plenty, but hard to get' within shooting distance of. On Friday last, Mr. William Ang stadt, a young man employed in the planing-mill, was severely cut by having his hand and arm caught in the planing machine. The wound was dressed, by Dr. Woods, and the young man is doing -well. The Kent Bulletin says that the de structive fire in that place last week, was caused by incendiarism, and before the fire had spread very much, parties ob served that coal oil had been thrown over the floor of the building where the flames first appeared. On Thursday last a four feet vein ol coal was drilled through,. on territory in Austiniown, owned by Messrs. George C. Reis, of New Castle, Pa., and J. B. Jordan, of Lordftown. The Niles & New iisbon R. R. traverses the land on which this copl has been found. Mr. H. W. Collar, of Mesopotamia, .has a cow that pays her way through the world. After using all the milk and cream needed by the family, two hun dred and ninety and a half (290) pounds of butter were made from April 6 to Nov. 6, 1S69, a period of seven months. Who has a cow that can do better? The M. E. Sunday School of Youngs- town will give a tableau entertainment at Excelsior Hall, in that city, on Friday and Saturday evenings of this week. We are informed that extensive arrange ments are being made to give a beautiful, pleasing and instructive entertainment .Several hundred children will be on the platform and participate in the exerci ses. The Nile Independent says it learns that the "great $75,000 furnace enterprise of Warren" has failed. Not exactly. Warren has the money subscribed, ready to pay over to the Niles gentlemen pro posing to build the furnace. If there is a failure in the matter anywhere, a Niles newspaper man should be better posted than to say St is chargable to parties in Warren. ( The Youugstown papera are mourning over the failure to secure a course lectures there. The Sharon Timet con soles its. Buckeye neighbor thusly: 'Don't be Mulish now, you aiu ion over the line. You know your town large enough to support a course of and you ;ioedn't feel bad because Sharon is getting away head of you. five vears hence your merchants ! never think of Roiiig farther than Sharon j f.r goods." The weather must be cool Sharon. The SA'iroij Times says that there much complaint of the deplorable condi tion of the branch railroad from Youngs town to Sharon. It is lecoining unsafe for cars to pass over, and scarcely a train passes without an accident. Oneoconrred on Tuesday of last w eek. some two miles ..,., . , . . ."'" "U,II"J. struck the timbers of the bridge, a coach full of passengers would have been pre cipitated over a high embankment The car jumped the track just as the train was entering the bridge. R. R. Survey. An experimental railroad route was surveyed last week, beginning at freight depot of tlie A. A G. W. Railway, in the upper part of this place, ami run ning east just north of tlie fairgrounds, crossing the Vienna road a few roils west of Howland Corners, thence bearing the south-cast passes near J. J.IIolli Jay's, in southern part of Vienna, and continu ing a general south-east direction, strikes tlie Sharon Branch Road about one and a half miles north-east of Hubbard vil lage. The distance between the termini is about 17 miles. A line has also been surveyed commencing at the Mahoning rail road, in the south-east part of War ren. This line bears generally further the south than the upper route. Both these lines are regarded as very practicable. Youngstown, Newton Falls & Ravenna Rail Road. Catching the opportunity, a few days since, to make some inquiries of one of the friends of the aliove enterprise, we got in reply, substantially the following statement, which may interest many our readers in these times of rail road enterprise. We publish it the more readily to correct some misapprehension as to its location and route. Early in 1SGS a certificate of incorpora tion was obtained by citizens of Newton Falls for the construction of a road, com mencing at the terminus of the Law rence Road at Youngstown, and running westward, via Newton Falls to Ravenna, connecting there with the C. & P. road, and making the Mahoning Valley ac cessible by a new line between Pitts burgh and Cleveland. The corporators very soon commenced and completed thorough survey, estimates, and a report by Col. Geo. Robinson, and were other wise carrying out the working of their organization, when the great contest occurred to decide by a splendid game whether one man, or two, or any body, owned all the roads in the Cnitod States. Our Newton Falls friends finding they held no cards high enough spotted for any show, retired until the elements calmed, and have since been active in enectinir their relation with other lines and their work of preparation. They ' now propose to abandon a portion or tneir last, year a survey via uiraru ami Niles) and instead, run quite directly from Youngstown through the immense haw coal fields of eastern Austiiitown and Mineral Ridge to Ohlton, and thence by an air line to intersect their frmer survey at Newton Falls. From that point to Ravenna the route cannot be improved.- .The length the line is about thirty three and a half miles between the termini, which is the short est practicable line to make the. connec tion contemplated. This route secures access to all the heavy oal deposits west of Youngstown, and avoids encounter ing the highlands which would seriously embarrass if not entirely hinder any more direct line. We are assured that the Company in tend pushing forward their new survey and other matters this fall, preparatory to an early construction of the road. Dastardly Scoundrelism. Some villain, whose name we failed to learn, administered, with the basest of purposes, a dose of cantharides, or Span ish flies, to a young woman by the name of Enos, residing with the family of Mr. John Truesdell, of Vienna. The amount given was quite large, and the etiects were severe. The victim of this fiendish outrage is now slowly recovering, and it is hoped will soon be well. The perpe trator of this rulhauism has made hiui- oelt scarce, in order to shun the righteous indignation of an iuceused people Hymeneal Eccentricities. The usual calm and quiet routine of the Court of Probate, is now and then broken in upon by the victim of cupid's latal archery, and not unpleasantly, eith er. Some lew days ago, two young women smiling and simpering, without any just cause or provocation, might nave been seen standing at the south door of the court house, ever and anon gazing lackward with looks half long ing, half fearful, toward the entrance .to the court over which our genial friend the Probate Judge, presides. Soon there emerged two bashful swains, and joined the smiling ones aforesaid. Then en sued sundry whisperings of entreaty on one hand and timid denial on the other. Finally, as is usually the case, the fair ones yielded, and entered the august presence of the court, and then the mur- der was out. Thev had braved the perils ! ... , .,. .., - - I . . . ! well , 1. n t.i. c . . t . Ill ioe I 1 1 1 1 Vi' 1- ', au . ' .uo .... v . j...,..!, r, il,. rrv afl'irinl. i , . ..V: ana in a incv iv int.e . ... - a land journey, and had come four thons- and miles to join the bold youths who had stormed the strong holds of their af- I fections. and had then gone to the "land of the free" to earn a home for both. I The license is soon made out, a messen- made supremely happy. Just then the Judge seemed evidently laboring with some great idea. At length, after the ceremony is complete, the great idea aforesaid' Is broached : "When does the kissing begin," inquired his Honor, with judicial dignity. Being informed that for the nonce this part of the legal pro ceeding would be dispensed with, the Judge subsided with agesturc of sublime resignation, painful to behold, while tlie four happy mortals took their departure with a gentle hand shake all around ; j I Ohio State Christian Convention. A Christian Convention wiU be held at ! Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday, Wednes- ! dav and Thursday, the 30th of Nov. and i the 1st and 2d of Dec next, to consider the various means of making the field of ! the Lord fruitful, to which each Christian Association in the State is invited to send two delegates, aad each Evangelical Church in the State its pastor and af Uart one layman. Many of the most active christian workers in the nation will be present. i No better proof of the public appre ciation of the value of a commercial edu cation is needed than to witness the throng of students that crowd the spa cious hnlls of the Union Business College of Cleveland. Address Messrs. Felton & Bigelow for a copy of the National Union, just published, containing full particulars of this popular school. Drennen & Goist advertise Sleighs for ale at their manufactory. Court Proceedings. of far isn't lec tures, In will in is After rendition of the verdict in Joldrick vs. Sponsler case reporte-; week, there was no work for the until Friday, the cases assigned for intermediate days in w hich jury are involved being continued or wise disposed of. The daily sessions the court were brief, and occupied chief ly w ith hearings of demurrers, motions, exceptions, Ac. On Friday morning the trial of . to of .use of Richards Watkins vs. O. Paine was commenced to a jury. This suit was upon an account for coal and delivered bv plaintiffs to defendant, at the Chew A Hutcl.ins bank in Brook- a j field in the fall of 1. Defence that coal was delivered under a contract tween plaintiff and defendant, which plaintiffs had wrongfully put an end also, counterclaim for damages by reason of breach of contract by plaintiffs. Ver dict Saturday morning for plaintiffs, $22S.40. Hon. John Hutchins for plain tiff. Gen. Sanderson for defendant. On Saturday the case of Adra'r D. Beardsley vs. Win. H. Beardsley was tried to the court and resulted in a de cree for plaintiff. II. C. Ranney and It. Taylor for plaintiff; F. E, Hutchins for defendant The Grand Jury, which had been bus ily occupied all the week, reported mass of business, including some sixty indictments, Saturday morning, and having no farther business, was dis charged. A provision of the criminal code enacted bv the Legislature last winter requiring that no orticer of court shall disclose the fact of the finding an indictment until the defendant is ar rested, the indictments are not made public for the present. The Grand Jury also made a report upon tlie Jail, a copy of w hich has been kindly furnished us by a gentleman of the bar, and is as fol lows, viz: To the Hox. Geo. M. Trrri.E, Judok We the Grand Jurors of the November term of 18tf9, having visited the Jail in accordance with your order would re spectfully represent that the condition the same is such that it is no longer suitable to be used lor jail purxes. is old and crumbling to decay, thus ren dering the lives of its inmates insecure, and also unreliable for the secure reten tion of prisoners. Second: As to its sanitarv condition. Upon this point we would say that it a reproach upon the humane and equita ble spirit of our community to immerse a Human oeing m a place so deplorable. It is uncleanly, damp, and dingy ; besides it is impossible to make it "otherwise owing to its decaying condition. Its present unsuitable condition is in no wie the result of any fault or neglect of the family which now has it iu charge, but results from reasons already stated. Although we are told very frequently that any place of confinement, however wretched and unseemly, is good enough for prisoners and culprits; yet we would say that this is not a proper and humane spirit, but savors too much of barbarism. We would, then, resiiectfully ask the voters of Trumbull County to remedy this deplorable condition of affairs by voting at the earliest opportunity for the erection of a new jail. Wm. B. Kennedy, J. II. Ingraham, Daniel Winchel, Sheldon J. Baker, S. A. Davidson, Calvin Wanneraaker, Gen. Fusselman, Albert Van Gorder, J. II. Laird, Jas. L. Laird, H. R. Stone, Jno. White, ALmon Chapman, O. P. Laird, tester nine. I John Kreidler vs. Joe. Kreidlcr was tried to a jury Saturdav. In this case John sues his son Joseph for labor per formed from the year 1S62 to 1S6S, at fs per month. Defence, settlement, and that defendant had furnished board,! lnlmn,r niJM .limitonu .-., f m-a value than plaintiffs claim. Verdict Saturday morning for plaintiff $474. Beaver and Taylor for plain till", Stull and F. E. Hutchins for defendant On Monday morning a number of par ties who had beep arrested, were brought into court and arraigned as fol lows: Zelotus Moore, horse stealing, plea not guilty. Same for stealing belting and wrench, same plea; same for con cealing a stolen horse, same plea. Henry Stine, assault and battery, plea, not guilty. Bostwick Parker, stealing, plea, not guilty. II. II. Moses, Esq., assigned as counsel. Keuben SilvcrnaiL keeping rooms where liquor is sold in violation of law, Plea, not guilty. David Hitter, same charge and same plea. Hiram Mown', same charge and same plea. The case of Edward B. Merwiu vs. Wm. Higley was then taken up and tried to a jury. Plaintiff is a hotel-keeper at Hubbard, and the defendant, at the time of the wrongs complained of, was a merchant at that place and a boarder at Merwin's house. Pl'ff charged that dur ing the summer of 1308, defendant slan dered plaintiff by saying, in his bar-room, in presence of several persons, in sub stance : "He (meaning Mer win), is a thief; he stole my revolver and shirts from my room," ic. It appeared, from tlie proof, that Higley had been drinking consider able, was excited, and somewhat offend ed at the time the words were spoken. The case was submitted to the jury without argument Verdict Tuesday morning for plaintiff $.5.00 Gen. Sander eon for plaintiff, Taylor for defendant. Meeting of the County Lodge I. O. G. T. According to previous arrangement the comity Lodge of I. O. G. T. met in Craft's Hall, at Cortland on tlie 11th inst The following six named Lodges in the county were represented: Warren, Fowler, Gustavus, Girard, Cortland, Oil Digging. The G. W. c. T. of the State, J. A. Spencer, was present and presided at the moAtinr? Varmim vnnttriH j - , , '. .. , were discussed, connected with the or- dcr, and the cause of Temperance. A splendid collation was provided by the good people of Cortland, at the Hall, who are untiring in their zeal and be nevolence, insisting that when meeting again (three months hence) it shall be lutre' nu y T'8ra Se "was so decided. In tho evening at the M. E. Church, G. W. C. T. Spencer, of Cleveland, de livered a temperance address to a full house, which was earnest, convincing and eloquent, calculated to make lasting impressions and good results. The choir, under the leadership of C. C. Case, discoursed sweet music to good songs. A few remarks were made by several brethren present, and the meeting ad- journed, all feeling that the labors of the day would tell for good in the not dis i tant future. Embezzlement of Funds. On Monday evening last, Depot officer, Giving, of Cleveland, arrived in ln,s I"'", navmg in cusiouy v.alh White, the agentand telegraph operator uracevtue station, on uiea.4 u. v . Ry., who is charged with the embezzle ment of funds belonging to either the Railroad or Telegraph company, we could not learn correctly which. White, when first imprisoned, represented that he had been roobed, but after a few hours of confinement, admitted that be had spent tho money. His bondsmen, it is expected, will adjust the matter with the company meeting the loss, in which event White will probably be released. The Winter Term Of Western Reserve Seminary at West Farmington, commences Nov. jtutn. Nov. 17-lw. Western Reserve Seminary Has a complete corps of Instructors. fnr giving instruction In primary, high school' and college studies. Nov. 17-lw - Sunday School Convention. the last jury the The Fourth Convention of the Trumbull County rtuuduy School Cnion" will be at Nile, on Wednesday, November 21, at the Presbyterian Churcli. The Executive Coiumitti'c preient tlie following: PROGRAMME OF EXERCISES. MORNING SESSION. of Meet at 10 o'clock. Devotional Exercises till IfcSii. lfclll to 11, Topic: "Oritaniz-ition and government of Sunday Schools," ISev. E. H. Yiiigllng. of Warren. 11 to 12, Discussion of same by Convention. AFTERNOON SESSION. P. j , , ,.votlIia, Exwcises. j I::io to Topic: "Infant classes how ! conduct thwn. A practical lesson to a class i b' r- M- "zanne, f-so... of Cleveland. J m lo - T'""c: "Teachers Meetings- j now locuiinuci lueiu; iiieirursiguuuu uses. by Uev. Rolx-rt Telford. the be .xi to .1:15, Discussion of smr, by Convea tlon. 3:15 to 3:30, Topic: "Object tcachlug in Sun day Schools," by Julius King, Esq., of M ren. 3:30 to 4, Discussion of saiue. 4 to 4.-15. Question box opened, and ques tions referred to Committee. EVENING SESSION. J. E. a of 7 to 7:15, Devotional Exercises. 7:15 to 7:45; Answering questions. 7:45 to 8, Topic: "The ai tendance of adults at Sunday School," by Rev. J. B. Davlsoni of Mecca. f to P, "Bible Class Teaching" Illustrated hr a nriilical lesson to a class hr P ny a pr.u ileal lesson to a class by 1 . .-i. Oznnnc, Esq., of Cleveland. An urgent Invitation is extended to Pastors, Superintendents. Teachers and friends ofSnnday Schools, Irrespective denomination, to meet with us iu Couven- vent ion, and assist In advancing the inter ests of the Sunday School work lu Trumbul! County. Rev. D. L. Ilickok. Bloonirlelil: Iter. E. Hislwe. Mecca: Rev. J. 11. Davison. Mecca: I Lev. ltob't strannhan. lenna: llev. Henry I- Riuleer. Warren: Julius Ktne. Wurren Ibtrmou Austin, Warren: T. J. ilcljiin Jr. Warren, Executive Committee. Ir. Gleason is lecturing in Kittan- ning. Pa. is I Uu-aJ Notices. -.-..'--.-.-.- Loenl XntteewK ernU per Line flrnt insertion, 10 or tits jht tine each tubseijuent insertion. Velvet Flowers ! Wreathes, Keathers, etc. a splendid new stock tllreei from New York, and now open ing at the Millinenr Rooms of the Misses 1 DiiilAN, in the t irl National Rauk block. For Rent. A larce. elecant double room for rent over i Park t Patch store, said mora fronts public square; wide altraelive stairway and en trance. tas fixtures complete. Possession given January 1, ls,l' applv to Nov. 17-Sw. O. II. PATCH. WesS.Tn Reserve Seminary Oners superior Inducements to students In the Oerlttuit lanauaje. Nov. 17-1 a. Fine Feathers make Fine Birds. The truth of the above maxim Is made manifest loall who look upou me cuckoo's, blue jay's, hummini: birds, and other sweet warblers, of Hie Held and forest, which have liecn domesticated and are tor sale at the Millinery Rooms of ilrs. POTTER t CO. Insurance. In thebest of eompntilesatthe lowest rates Nov. 17-11. T. J. Ml-LA I X fc SON. As'ls. Ladies did von Hear That the prettiest Flowt rsand Feathers In the city can be seen at Misses Eorman's Rooms. That's what every lady says who has been .there. Newest, nicest and latest out. Revenue Stamps. A full supply always on baud to accommo date the public. A discount of two per cent allowed on amounts of twenty dollars and upwaids. at tlie Rank of ov. ii-:;w 1. J. .1CI.A1 & rood notes interest allowed mi deisisils. In quire at the Raokol T.J. McLAIN A SON. Nov. 17-1 f. Western Reserve Seminary Has a nntire German teacher, see advertise ment In another column. Nov. 17-1 w. Sure Cure KorComghsand Colds. Butter Scotch man ufactured by HENKV WALDECK, Main KU Warreu, Obio. Christmas Toys ! At D. BISHOP'S, Main St. Cliristmos Toys ! Havine received direct from Baltimore, a large stock of Toys of all kindsand variety. they will oesoldclieopal liie store 01 L. iJlSHOr. Mam tt. Nov. 17-lra Money to Loan. In sums to suit on cood paper ) "OUKllt ; Warren, Ohio. Please yonr Children ! Py bnvlng t heir Toys at D. BISHOP'S, Nov. 17-liu Main flreet. All the Children in Warreu Think the Toys at BISHOP'S the prettiest. Bishop's Store on Main St., Is full of Toys for the chl Id ren. (Nov.l7-lm Christinas Toys! At Dlshop's, cheaper than any other store in Warren. Nov. 17-ira. Fine Dairy Salt For sale by HAPOOOD A STRATTON. No. 5, Market Street. Elegant 'ew Bonnets and Hats ! Styles and prices warranted to please. GL'NLEFINGEK A BROTHER. Avenue Warmer. One of the Township Heaters' mention ed in onr last, is to be removed from Jameson & Wheeler's old stand to a mansion on the Avenue. Hr. D. II. Hectlluger ! Is manufacturing. exDresslv for the Holi days, the handsomest aud largest assortment f Conlectionarv Toys ever ollered In this market. Cad aud see them. Nov. 17-11 20 Cents an Ounce! For Berlin Zephvr. in all colors, at. GUNLEF1NGER & BROTHER'S. Xew Orleans Molasses! At HOYT'S Drug Store, No 5 Main St. Waiting ! Those waiting the arrival of the Plymonth Rock Cook Stoves, will be glad lo learn they are here, and the forces at Jameson A Whee ler's old stand will be in readiness to set them up. Mink Fnrs. We ofter a let or line .Viitk furs, which we have on consle'mnent, at prices to secure theirsale. GLNEEK1NGER i BROTHER. Syrups Of all kinds, cheap as ever, at HOYT'S Drug store. Main St. KcstTin the Market! Only 1.75 per pound, Hapgood & Str<on, No. u, Murkcl 61. lTt fflT, SIT, SIT, 1 T. We are the original $1 Tea store, we dun't sell that pisjr trash. HAPGOOD A STRAT TON, No. u. Market St. Cheapest ! Tne cheapest place lu town to bay Goods, Is at CLARK'S, on Main St. (Xov. 17-2t Go to Clark's ! For anything you want to buy eheapln the way of Notions. Sign of ibe Eagle, Main St. These who wish a reliable preparation for the Hair should adopt Hall's VeaeUible Sicil ian Hair lleuvwer. Those Lamps bave Come. Go to HOYT'a Drag Store and sea them. At King's "ew Block! W. R. King who is owner thereof, and the monarch of all he surveys, still reigns as king in the Furniture line. In the last snow storm he received one cord of Beadsieads. embracing Panel and Shlrdie, Cottage and Straight Post, and those with a Grecian lientl. ucl luose woo sieepou iuo uoorsieep there no more, bnt gu to King's and gel one beadsiead inure, ou which ihey can sweetly sleep aud sing bass with a nasal lone. W. B. KING. Carbon Oil ! Any qnantlty, at nOYTS Drug Store, 2?n. 5, Main Street. ioo,ooo!: One hundred thouMind feet of good walnut lumber wanted, lor liirh a liberal price will be mud in canh or furniture, liy Look Out ! Far Holiday Goods at Clark'a, on Main 6t. Cookintr Stores Of all stzea and styles at Oct.aMt REED SOX. Lots of Chimneys, Condones too, torn with thoe Lamps, at HOYT'S In-ug fctore, Jfo. 6, Mala 8U hWd lsf9, by Local Xoticcs. Isx"t Situ IS rrntt lf, first insertion; cents iter (.jr. twh subaeiuent insertion. Hold! Filling the threestorlesand basement Jameson' old bulldin with Ktovin lor eoiiiniunliv. was considered a bolil stroke, hut lien 11 Is understood one-fourth of r.oiii Is rciiuirea ior i-iyinoutn Hoc It cvk Stove alone, the rest iscasily accounted u , ' j 40 ('cuts ! For JiiDnnee Switches, at lU N IKH.NliKtt A BKi TII ER'8. ar liMinp Bought Largely! Christinas Toys, and therefore can them cheaiMT tlutn those who only buy a dollars worm. Liov. 17-lni. We Would Say In the Innanaee of the Immortal P. V. Nas ly. on one occasion, "Cum won. cum all. this nV k shall tly. friint its Dim base In a pia'a VI'." Before we will render the palm lo any one in Trumbull County, (or letter results In the I'hntojrraphie Art than we procure, trv ns, our rooms are on the east nuteof Stii'n St. T.ISOOKsj POTTER. I lie Following is an Extract From a letter written by Sarah E. Hayes, of Hurt; Hill. Ohio: Mnr. litre Jl Jtiiu.Kind Sirs: I feel niy only to inform yon how well iny pa rents were please,! n-ith the conv you made ' of my brother's picture, anil we know not hovv to stitiic:eutly express our Knuitutl ior j so lil,-like a picture of our sou ami broth- M '"''"" " rxpecieu lor I lie r.IB4,r we hM( ,Mke,i ir. .-it-lure to several I Ariists l.t-lore noing toyoii.atid theyHllsaiU all i It -uimssii,le lo make mttuhimi from so of poora pictureand we hid given vp in dls pair,ntil we went lo you. when you said, we call inakeyou a picture. And nowall who have seen the result say that Kice A Bliss have ac Uitisl that skill in tile an of Photo trniphing. that no olhc- Artist can excell. a mi rest a-sursl, we shall alwavs worlc for your iH-neiit, tor we reel .1 our duty. Iteiipectfully Yours. s.Vlt.VH E. HAYES. Three Times Three! We take pleasure in calling the attention of dealers to a valuable iihtciitcd improve ment iu Klectro l'laiiittr spoons and Forks, b which those parts most exposed to wear reeeivean extra coat t,f sliver, three times the usual thickness, (viz : on the back of the handle, heel of the bowl ana polotsof bowl ofsrsKins, back of the handle and breast and ptiintsol linesof forks, as illustrated incut). It Is confidently lielievrd this mode of F.leetro Plating will supersede the old way ot plating. The t;real advantage will lie readily seen, as spoons anil forks always wear through on th,se cxpod points, while the plale Is yet good upjn other parts of the article. This new process will add fnr time lolhf durability ol pis'sls so plaleil. '1 he additional eXsiise is only fl.-Vl per dozen on Table Sssus and Forks: SI.U per dozen on Is-serl spoons aud Forks; 75 cents per dozen on Tea Spoons. All goods slampcl ls47 Hogers Bros. A t. XII." are F.leetro Plated by the new Patented Process. For sale at King's Jewelry Store, on Main St. (,'et the Best ! I-croy W. Faircliild'scelehratcd Gold Pens, a lull assortment just rer'd., at Nov. lu-Ht l-oUrKllS Book Store. The Hoi I iila ts ! Will soon be here aisiin, and we wish to hint to our customers ai d Die public, that presents which are lo be rngraved should be purchased as soon as practicable, that we may have time to do wurt that will please them, uud be a ere lit to os. VAL TKUT & ACKLEY. Silver Spoons. New lot inst ree'd. Call and see them at VACTROT ACKLF.Y'8. One Eoskopf ! The only one left out of a large lot received a few da s since. More coming to V ACT IDT 4 ACKT.EY. Fur tlie Winter Trade ! A lare stock of furniture to exchange for luiuberor cash, bv TUUSPEL A TOWXSF.N'D. The (.'c inline Klius Howe Sewing machlni sold In the City of Warren. only by AOAIK WEIKER, Main St., opposite 31 a Horn ng uepoi. e ept. 29,-tf Ale Pump fur Sale. A first class I-ine's Patent Ale Pump, fonr Iirawer, silver Plated, iu perlect order, for salecheap. Call soon. JAMES McCONNELL, Main St. Reed & Son, Agents For the celebrated and P.lnck Prince and Extension Stoves. Oct, a,-ic REED A SON. Xew Goods Received every day at Hul l s t'nig store. No. 5, Main street. Wanted. A Sittial ion. I bikV A sntnll nirl .,1 eluht vefirs nf ac. wnoill 1 Wish lo place Wim some respectable private family to raise. Any such desiring a girl of that age. may apply at R. E. Mur- doek's, one mile south on Caniield road. Oct. l isia-liw. P. w. WALTER. Worth Xntirintr! Petri llrother are still on their feet with a great variety of Crockery, Glass, Stone anil Wooden ware, TableCni lery, Castors, spoons, harthen and Tin Chamber Suits, Looking Glasses. Ill id Cages, and a great variety of ot her n 1 1 leics ot wnicn iney will sen very low. This is the place to buy all goods In our line. Ho; t & Sneer ! Have just opened the largest and best se lected stock of Perfumery, Pomades and Ibitr Oils, ever brought to Warren. m Samsdell Norway Oats ' And Early Ross Potatoes, for sale bv Oct. 6-tf. GEORGE PARSONS. Bread. The Bread train arrivesat o'clock every morning. Headquarters at Sept. li-tr. JAM ES McCONNELL'S. Ground Pepper ! Fresh and unadulterated, at IIOYT A SPEAR'S. Slates ! . Fonrcases Slates inst ree'd. which will be sold law at wholesale orretail. at Oct. u-u roiiTKK s hook store. Do Ton Want A good Shoe go to McLAIN'8. Pianos anil Mclodenns ! at GRiETER'3 MUSIC STORE. Xew Velocipede Song! Price mi. at A. GR-ETER'S. Webb's block. np stairs. . A T1k- Genuine Elias Howe Sewing Machine, for sale at TY I. Kit s Gun store. Warren, Ohio. Also. 1 lie Improved singer Machine. The American button Hole Machine. The Famous Empire Machine. Tne Klors-nce Sewing Machine. The WheeliT A Wilson Machine. The Groverd: Baker Machines. The iison Shuttle Machine. The Hinkly Knitting Machine. The Lamb Knitting Machine. And has a lew good second band Sewing Machines lor sale cheap, e t No. 8 Market feu Go to Henry Waldcck's For your fine French and American can dies. Do Yon want A good Boot go to City BakcryT McLAIN'S. Fresh crackers dally 1 cents per. pound. Two doors south of McLaia's Bauk, Main St. Go to the City Bakery. For your fresh Pies, Buds, Bread and all kind of cakes. 1st Pre mi ii iii Awarded to H. Walde-t, of the City Ba kery ior wheat bread. Plenty more of the sauio sort, lresh daily, two doors sonth of McLaln's Bauk, muiu street. All Kind ! I Of Musical merchandise, at GR.ETEK'S MCSIC STORE. Guitar and Violins ! at GR-CTER'S MUSIC STORE. XewGood at KING'S. Xew Mnsic And Violin Strings, at GR.iTER'S MUSIC STORE. H Buckingham's Dve frr the Whiskers. Price 0" eenl. Manufactured by R. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N. H. Sept, 8, 1-yr. Go to Kins's, On Main street. Do Yon Want Something worth yonr money xo to McLAIN'S. ' j (,'lian're r.f .nuie. Mr. I.. N. Drxl.l Iiavlni;piirrhedthelnter esr nf Mr. T.-rrill In tlir liiie tlrm of Terrlll A fjiHld. thereby ocusinning chance of I nnnie.yct llle nierlteil anil wuepreau r-pu-Inlion nejiiirel this firm, remains uli rlianced, and Mr. Dodil can still be lonnil t theolii rooms, wbere hepnP"estO(!ive liet lerMilisliiclion to tlKe wihrnc any tiling in tli- pii liire line tlinn any oilier Pl.otoi;ra plier in Wurren can or duro do. Work to pli-ke oil" Is his niotio. Theold negmivts of t Lelioy are in his possession. Baltimore Oyster Depot. Oyster rereivel daily from Baltimore. For sMle bv the case, can or disli, at Sept. 15-tf. ilcC'ON SELL'S. i Accidents! Insure agntnst accidents In the Accident Inurtuice Company of Hartford. Conn. ("itsll Asels one million dollars. Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Agent, Warren, Ohio. ioct. 27-tf. Hnyt Spear Sell Pure White Lend and Linseed oil. For Tour Office, Parlor and Cook Stoves, go to Oct. iw-u. REED 4 OJJ. 19 of thin this for. FOR PURE DRUGS AND MEDICIN 12 HO TO HAPGOCD & STRATTON'S. sell few It PURE GROUND SPICES. Largest Lot of Sugar IX WAHREX. 1. O. MOLASSES, Maple . Molasses, Syrup. Nice assortment Cheap. BEST TEA IN TOWN, Only ?1.7Z per pound. $1T. $1T. $1T. We are the original $1 Tea Store; we don't ell that poor trash. riAPGOOI) & STRATT0S, Msrkft strret Drag Store. McLain Don't Keen Try Goods, Wet Goods. Hardware, Grocer ies. Hats. Caps. Tomb istonea, or any sich, uuiv ywa Mmmts ana .vtocj. Don't Go It Blind But go to McLAIJCa THE WESTEKN RESERVE CHRONICLE ISO XEW YORK INDEPENDENT. Valuable Inducements tosubscriberm. Pplen did offer. Engraving by Kitchle, of PRESIDENT GRANT AND VICE-PISESIDENT COLFAX. BOTH THE HOST PERFECT LIKENESSES OF THEM KVER PUBLISHED. The size of each of the Steel Plates Is fif teen by eighteen Inches, and the engraving or plciure ready for framing nineteen by twenty (our inches. These engravings we will warrant, both of mem 10 give PERFECT SATItFACTIOX to everybody ordering them. Both of these splendid premiums ollered toall who sub scribe Tor both papers, i Chronicle and l!C DEl'KN dent,) on tlie receipt of only 64,oil. The engravings aloue. sell for S.ou aplees. Mingle subscription to Independent $Z,M. Tne Engravings will be forwarded by mall, postage paid, lo any pnt fiftiee. or delivered at otirotilce. We bc'lievetiiisthe most splen did and valuable present ever made for SIXGLE SUBSCIiIIiER& We will send these engravings and furnish that most widely read ol'all papers, the New York Independent, to any old subscriber to tlie Chronicle, on renewing his subscrip tion, and sending us H,X. Send your orders. Address WM. fclTEZLL, Editor Chronicle, Warren, O. Nov. 3, IS. That "Trade Mark" of Seward Bently'i A. M. ISM. S. i., may seem a little obscure to the many who read It. but the many thous ands who have tried their valuable tonic, Constitutlou Hitters, fail to see anything but good etiects from them. They strengthen Hie weak a. d debilitated, amend shattered constitutions, place tne 111 and despairing onestinnly upon their pins ugatu, and In short, are just what the suffertug need. We speak of what we know, aud our advice to the sick Is, get a bottle and you'll agree with us, for the Constitution Bitters are certain ly tlie best In use. Plantation Bitters are especially reeom mended to Clergymen. Pnbllc speakers and prrsousof literary habits and sedentary life, who require clear menial faculties, which ran only be obtained by a relish for food, and a perlect digestion. Delicate Females are certain lo tlud In these Rllters health and strength. Magnola Water Superior to the best Imported German Cologne, and sold at half me price. Terrible Railroad Accident—Fifteen Killed and Fifty Wounded. Sax Francisco, Nov. 14. At a few minutes past nine tbis morning, the east ward bound train on the Western Pacitic Kail road, with eight cars including one sleeping car, collided with the Alamada terry wun a train or lour ears near San Lea ml ro. lioth trains were going at the rate of twenty miles an hour. The en gines are perfect wrecks and the cars are smasnca, ana uriven through one anoth er. The Western Pacitic train left prompt at time, but the morning was so lojrirv mat the ensmeer could not see anv distance ahead. On arriving at the switch where the Western Pacitic con nects with tho Alamada road, the train was slowed and tho switch tender ques tioned as to whether tho Alamada train hud passed, aud answered: "AH right; go ahead.' Soon after the trains came together with a terrific crush. The first pa-sen-ier car on the Western Pacific was driven through the smoking car, and the other cars were badlv damaged. The killed and wounded are variously esti mated at from ten to fifteen, and the wouuded at from thirty to fifty. lSonner has a new colt, five year old. n grandson of Hambletonian which lie drove on the Fashion course on Long Island last Thursday after noon, to his road wagon. The wagon and driver weighed 312 pounds, and the colt made the first half mile in 1:11 the second quarter of this half mile was made in 34j seconds, being a 2: IS gait to a road wagon. Afterwards the colt was harnessed to a sulky and was driven a mile in 2:101, the first half of the mile in 1:10 and the see in 1:0'JJ. Dexter will have to look to hi? laurel?. The colt cost BoiinerSlu.- m New Hampshire defeated the amend ment to the cSiato Constitution autbor iaiiniaisiate Constabulary. It was urged in tho interest of tho extreme temper ance people, and Massachusetts has been experimenting with tho idea for a num ber of years, but its success has not been remarkable. If a stringent prohibitory law is enacted, a State constabulary sys tem is essential to its enlbrccment in "all large towns and cities. Certain Ohio Republican politicians are said to be in Washington laboring to procure the removal of certain Federal office-holders, on the ground ! that thev were derelict in the late can vas; but the appointing power, it is said, requires some little reasons, espe cially where the persons charged are performing the duties of their offices with wore than average ability. In the Supreme Court of Chicago, on Monday, Daniel Walsh was tried for shooting to death Ito Walsh, on the 7th of September last The trial commenced at noon, and at six o'clock the jury found Walsh guilty, and (as is tliecustom in IMinoisi. 'returned as part of their verdict that the prisoner shall HUfler death by hanging." It is stated that the postmaster gen- , :n : .,,1, emi win huh im- an uiuu ins tlie carnage, inrougu tne mans, of the circulars gotten up by swin dling firms for the purpose of de- frauiiinct the public, home twenty of j these linns are on the black list of the government detectives. A gentleman named W. H. Butler, of Atwater. Portaee countv, w robbed of $1,300 in greenbacks at the Union Pas senger depot in Cleveland on Wednesday ninhU His pocket from which the mon ey was taken was cut in such a manner as to indicate that a professional pick pocket had been at work. The lonpshoreman of Charleston have struek becauseone of their num Ler, a negro, was discharged from a vessel for being a Republican. When we see these thing iu South Carolina longshormen, what can a Boston Abo litionist do but cut hia straps and go to glory. I i ' THE MARKET REPORTS. WHOLESALE MARKET. Office Wasmntw Rrann Chbow nr.. Waru.1 Ohio, Nov. 18. 1S8. The market for the past week ruled some what dull. Prices continue about as quoted. In flaxseed a further decline of cents has taken place. The past week oeeu quiie favorable for rora, gooa quauues mmiug m ai lie ior weights at - ana ""-s ."ga weights not mucn in aemanu. Gold. I2tT GROCERIES Firm and steady. BEANS White 12,50 to rt,m per bnshal. FLOUR tOJO to 7.00 HAY New Il0li OATS Oats Vri Mc. CORN-Corn 11.10. DRIED APPLES c BUTTER Freah Roll OSo, TALLOW 10c CHEESE Dairy 12$Mc EGOS 30. LARD Country rendered, 17$lSo. POTATOES Peachblowa, 4S&j0c PORK Dressed Uc. CHICK ENS Dressed 13c TU RK I ES Dreamed 15c WOOL 35 lOc FLAX SEED 3.16 WARREN RETAIL MARKET. WARREN, OHIO. Nov. 16.1869. pas BA.RBKL. I Candle. Tallow. Flour whiwi Wb't.K.Wi do Stxarina do Arab. Wa t 7.uj do Star do Sur e Wk'l e.uu! . ewt ! ?vnip,Huaj,wi,ii, White Uine 1.7S!V" '"T1" 7.7.. i arrwin nil j einatuin r mm I Lard U0A1.60 Beef. Dried it" Unseed Oil Hauls Sug. Cured 21,:li,,lled Oil V gaL do Country dols, Mborta w ewt Sldea do do Corn MeaL bolted Sugar, Brownlj;tol5i sicwt .2,10 sugar, couee lu&i, uorn Meal, BiiDolt- Sugar, Crushed 11 ed f cwt i2S G.B.Cod Fish loi Timothy Seed 4,u0 White Fish H Ked Top 2, Mackerel ... 1- Clover seed Cheese lis oil Meal V cwt .1,00 Smoked Halibut IS While Lead keg.3.25 Rio CorreejJjsa. !Potatoea bus Java Coffee 'Peachea, peal d 130 Coffee, Roasted 30) do unpealed15 Green Tea imj1.7o. Prunes, Turkish Black Tea l.fliwl.tu Molaasea gal Japan Tea l.utnad.-tui do P .R. gal 1,00 Butterjwrsi 38 Cranberries It qt Cleveland Wholesale Markets. Moicdat Evejiiso, Nor. 15, 1869. FLOCK Market steady and demand moderate. We quote as follows: City made XXX white ?7,S037.75; XX am ber J6,50t,6,75; XX red H, 00 S. 6.25; red 85,75(i6,00. Country made XX white 7,007,25; XX amber 6,006,25; XX red 5,50(0,5.75; XX spring 5,50(45,75. Buck wheat Flour $7.00. WHEAT ery quiet and steady. bates 4 cars ro. i reu winter at Si.ioirora store ; i car .no. ao at ?i,il. CORN Hull and steady. Sales I car Xo. 1 mixed at 8c from store: o. 2 do at (joaxec. OATS Dull and unchanged. Sales car No. 1 State at 47c from store. PORK Steady.and demand moderate. No. 1 mess 130.00; No. 2 do $9.00; Clear SK'OOcX 33.00. Ht.t.t steady, txtra mesa 113.00. laku citv rendered in lair demand at lHc in tierces. 184c in ketrs. wiuKtu Pit a 13 city-curea meats in lair demand. ugar-cured Hams 19c: Shoulders Hie; Bacon, sugar-cured, 171c; oneit rseet mc. BUTTER The market is steady, with a moderate demand tor tne better quali ties, choice vt estern iteserye roil ana tub S3a4c; prime do 30a3Jc; common qualities 2oa2Sc. c Ml KFjsii-t lie market continues steady and nrm witn a lair movement, factory lx.trauio in large and small lota. Dairy 166. 17c EGGS In moderate supply and steady at S2a.XSc for fresh. 30a31c for pickled. t is ti in moderate demand, we quote: .Mackerel, o. i, naif DDI 14 ooan so Cod, Georgia Bank, l cwt 7 50a 7 75 Cod, Marblehead, cwt 6 50a Salt water Herring. bbl 9 60a White Fish, No. 1, 11 half bbl $7,0ua7,50 rrout, " a.ooa Lake Herring, " " " 3.50a APPLES Green in fair demand at $3.13.75 per barrel, according to quali ty, linen quiet at luwia n. rvTATUts Common firm at 40c for Peach blows in car lota; 40(2500 in small way. Sweet in a moderate request at $5.50 6.00 for Jerseys: t. 00ft 4.50 for ataie. ONIONS In moderate demand for shipment at 3.Z53.50 per barrel, POULTRY Quiet at 16alSc br Tur keys. 12al5c for Chickens. TALLOW Market quiet at lOallc for country and city rendered. FEATHERS Liye geese 8595c, as to quamy. SALT Steady at J2.15 for fine. $2,50 ior coarse ana grouna solar. iAaacr. Pittsburgh Live Stock Market. Pes. Cestkal Stock Tasks, Kast Liberty, V SATUanar Eva., Xor. 13, 1869. J Cattle The run of cattle this week has not been near as large as last week. To-day the cattle pens were about cleaned out, and the feelinc is a little better than at the close of last week, but no big pri ces need be looked for for some time to come as too many cattle are rushing into the market so as to save being fed in the country out West as it ia more like win ter than usual at this season of the year. The following prices are about those ruling to-day ; Best to extra steer of 1.200 to 1,30O...S7,ixm7, (iood to choice steers of 1.1(10 to 1,200 6,0;S,75 Decent to fair steers of I.kiO to 1.060 5.2fVt.Y.V Common mixed lots of SoO to SOO 4,Xo.OO Stock steers of 800 to l.uOG... 4,iJii5.25 Extra stock steers are rather scarce and in demand and the good ones aro not plenty. Hoos The arrivals have been pretty heavy all week, and on all crrades there has been a decline of 2550c per cwt.. with some six or eight car loads held over until the coming week, in the hopes of a rise. The best hogs may be quoted near 50c per cwt. down since Monday last, and common 25c off. Philadelphia hoi are selling to-dav at (10 00(5, lu 50; New York hogs mostly at $S 25(n,9 50 ; a few choice lots commanding a littlo more and cammon and mean ones a lit tle less. Shekp The receipts have not been so numerous as last week, but prices are about the same, np to Friday, and since then more brisk at about Jc of an advance over last week's prices. We quote to dav: Sheep of 90 to 100 Bs U 00Q4 50 Sheep of 80 to 85 lbs . 3 50(a3 75 Sheep of 70 to 75 lbs. 2 50(5,3 25 Common to mean from 50c to 81 00 ri head. tbwiiweroaf. BY TELEGRAPH, CHICAGO, Nov. 15. CATTLE Steady at $2,25a2,iU for licht Texan and Cherokee cattle, H.OOa 4,50 for light but choice steers, and $5,25a 6,25 for fair to good shipping beeves. HOGS Steady. Sales at 9,00a9,25 for fair to medium, 9,40a9,80 for good to choice, and tlO.OO for extra. NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. these sold slowly at 10al3c, a drove of Nov. 15. Total beeves, 6.170, of which 3,500 were on sale to-day; the market is better and another ic is added, making an advance of ) to lo during the week, and nearly all the cattle are sold, the good droves early but thin cattle dragged There were 1,100 state cattle very many of thin old cows, oxen ana little neiiers, 140 fat Kentucky cattle of 7 cwt sold at Hialdlc, 81 fair Ohio 62 cwt llal6c, 150 thin Texana 6 cwt 11c, 30 state mixed cattle 4 cwt 10al2c,9O Illinois scant 6 cwt 12tc: the range of the market was from 10 to liiic, averaging 4c; thin cattle will sell poorly the rest of the week, the only stock being wanted for Thanksgiving. Sheep Totals, 39,6o0, with 28,000 arrived for to-day's trade ; they are not all selling but fat stock has advanced 4c; choice to extra sheep are selling at "aTJc; good 6c, and poor 4a5c. Lambs are worth a little more than sheep ranging from 54 to7Jc; sales 1 car Ohio lambs 53 pounds 74c, 1 car of coarse 76 lbs Iowa sheep 4Jc, 100 fat state sheeD 102 lbs 7Jc 1 car poor 86 lbs 4c Hogs are doing better with 7.300 for the week and 39 cars to-day, they 1 n.l.-.n.l tr. 1 m 1 1 1 1 i i- ml I:tal3)e. UA, O a.. , 11'- V. - ws. ' 1 - dressed, sales I car Illinois 193 lbs lOtc, 1 car 144 lbs Ohio 101c, and 1 car 210 lbs Illinois 10!c Butter and Cheese Market. NEW YORK, Nov. 15. 1859. Butter Dull at 20fri33c, for Ohio. Cheese Dull at 17 & 13c CINCINNATI, Nov. 15. Butter Quiet and unchanged: fresh 303oc. Cheese Firm and in good demand at 17i(19c. PITTSBURGH, Nov. 15. Cheese Firm ; W. R. 18c. ; Ohio fact ory 10c; Ohio Goshen 20c; X.Y.Goshen 21c Butter Firmer at 30a33c for extra roll. Joshua Kannock, of Osaipee, X. H., is one hundred and six years old and keepH persistently alive and healthy. lie thinks tobacco is what ails him, having used It for ninety odd years. J last ten has up- 15 25 w " -ej oo l.no 16 125 CO 15 85 20 X No Poetry, no Fiction, but Real Facts! UNDER THE NEW ARRANGEMENT ON MARKET STREET! 13 SELLCsG IMMENSE STOCKS OF GOODS ! ! AT VERY LOW FIGURES. THE PEOPLE WILL BUY THEIR GOODS WHERE TDE BEST MADE GOODS ARE SOLD, A T THE LO WSrHA TES aud they soon find out where the place la. NEW LOTS OF SPLENDID, WELL MADE CLOTHING Are Junt coining ia fresh, which will be sold at MORE REDUCED PRICES YET!! Beaver Overcoats, Chinchilla Overcoats, Cassimere Suits, Black Cloth Suits, Frock and Sack Coats, Pants and Vests, FUR MUFFLERS, CAPS & GLOVES, FURNISHING GOODS, CLOTHS, BEAVERS & CASSIUERES! by the yard, for Gentlemen's Suits and Ladles' Cloaks, ail of which will be sold at astonishingly low reduced prices. J. GOLDSTEIN, Market St., Warren, O. November IT, I56f,-U H0YT & SPEAR! WILL SELL PUR'S WHITE LEAD!! vt Tiiirj n.33DUOia: WE HAVE THE ORIGINAL Fnioxn. FAMESTOCK'S LEAD, AND LINSEED OIL We Grind our own Colors in Oil, THUS FUESISHIXG THEM FEES FROM ADULTEEATIOX. OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS COMPLETE Sugars Bought after the Decline We will Sell Accordingly. Pure Ground Spices, Tea that is Tea. Remember the Plate DOIT'S Drag Sure, X. Hall Street. "VTOTICE. The Commissioners of ll Trumbull County, will be at the bridge.' feitTnTJw ber, between the hours ot ten ( 10; and 12 o'clock, a. rn to Kll the Job. to the lowwt resuoriKble bidder, of fumisliin materials and tli bniUilng of two abutments for a; bridge at the above place. Also. on the same Uy, lietween the honrs, w.... v ' ' .... . . ' - " V Olll 111 lni I II i r wan w n. .uvvv.auu im. brnleon the Meaoootamia mad. at tUe o mill, to Hell the lob of bulldine two abut- wuu wing wans ior an iron onuao. ;ommisloners renervlng the right to in common rims, i- it ' jraim. nieiw fendnnt, David Phelps, is hereby notllied thalthe plHintilTnn theSlh .lay of Septem-l ber, iNie, filed his petition In said raw, stat- In. f hut 1,A Ik lh AilniiniMtrMtjr rtt aull Lil. Ham Phelps, that It is necessary to sell the real estate ol' suid Inlesutle for payment of' tndebt that snid Wm, In his lite time was seized ot the following parcel of land : Part; of Lot 4, In the township of Hubbard, in brldgeon the Mesopotamia road, at the old Tbe Com uwnt nr tiIm1 .nr or All bids an they may dwutml. Plans made known on dy of sale, O. K. WOLC01T, I E. "A, RKKh, Ca Com'rs. I. B. PAYNK. i Farmington, Oct. 13. 13o7-t. T EGAL XOTICK. Jjtate of Ohio, Trambull Coanty. as. Julius N. Cowdery. Adm'r of William Phelps, vs. Ha rah Pbelps, David Phelps, Asahel w. Jones, ana aotin u. wintsms. sld County, bounded follows : Com- mencinic at s. W. corosr of sttid Lot Xo, i at center of highway, ami run nine tbencv east 4i rods; tuence north l.'iv. rods; thence west 4'i rods to the west Una of said Lot f. thence south rods to the place of beKln- lurim stmia i , riKis w iii? liner uniiu nlng, and that while so seized, and after hav ing contracted aeots, wnnoui otnermeamt, to pay, he without any leml consideration, in fraad of bis creditors, the said William conveyed said lands to his wife, the said Sarah, and d led Insolvent, that said David Phelps Is sole heir of said Intestate; that; said Asaael W. claims same Interest In land. Also that Intestate held with sam , John O. certain lease hold estates and inter-1 1 In lands. The nlaintllT praysjndgmenl for sale of said lands and estate a. . ! for for the payment of the debt. of he nte tate. The said David must appear ai inVwer said -tluon on or before 111. 27th v " . Ar h umA vill M Ukm sand l'Jd!tmeDt rlnTrtc TRccord" as tru and Judgment remifreaHTOing. Oct. , WWv. K MII.TON SLTLI'F. ! I I- ESTATE of Maria R. McFadden,; dee d. The undersigned has been duly ! , 1 i.flu, A jl.l.,HlnF nn ' Uieestate of Maria R. McFadden, deed, lte, of Trumbull Ox, Ohio. OH Vlaana, Nor. , lmti' OKVILL L. HICKOX. I A3SOAD i T. t Talus, aa Stey Tls la Ixhtae. INNOCENTS on. ! XHE SEW PILGRIJPSi PB06EESS. : Being some account oth Steamship Qoa- ker eiiy's Pleasurs txcorslon to Ljnjp. bhu m omj uutu; wiuiucpcripiiooQl toaa. Bpin.Italy. Morocco, Russia, Turkey, Etivpt, 4c . Utslanceof over twenty Iboiuaad iriiiea oy sea ana mna, Dy One large and exceedingly handsome vol nmeof ovrSDUoctavopaes, profoaely era et with 'M beaulltnl, uplrllwl and appr, prl ate engravings, executed by some u: til mnHt noted artists in tha land; tally 1 Ins trallng the descriptions given of Count. 1M, Nations, iDcideDiX Adveutnrea, Chariicitrs, etc, met with by the party whoselto them) most remarkable pilgrimage the author la Agents wanteti in erery I own ana 8tle. AMERICAN PUBLISHING CO.. Nov.Wt l4$Aylum8tIIartford.ConB. i j M lney ap peered to the anthor. from New tors to Palestine. and back throoch Franc. ! ' MALONE SAFETY VALVE, WITH LOCK BOX, ! , BRADFORD'S LOW WATBR INDICATOR, ! Complying with the Law and approved by tn Slate iv-iurr iuipt:iors. i , 4 f j For Circulars, Yalvesor Indicator, apply ta V. A, Bradford, Sup't. Cur, 34 & Lock Ste. Nov, lMn. Ctnemnatt, (X TTACHMEXT. llllam Osborn. Plaintiff, vs. j """VTh. ? of Wen ToT f r, ' f'c of JM- -?". '? J.,'""-,,?a " order of Atwcuuten iu in auovo action, iw nm ' thlrtyeven dollars and thlrty-Bve whCh action is adloarnl lor hasrlmr to December 14. U4. at 9 o'clock, a. m. WILLIAM Or4B0TU warren, 2ov. w, l-3t. T?0R five years, at 8 per Cent. Wanted $2000. inter est annual, and to be paid aaanaitr b,unty glveu on rl estate worta over wvu. jLU'ioixe at mis ooica. (Oct. 17-tf.