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. Traveler's Register.
Trilna Iwn from station! aa follows: G. W. R. E. West. IO 'nn-l Bniw !Bae'ns- W- ( Braee- t T He. I Hill, bunr. bkn. ville. Kx Ml AO Ae ft i.. i 1 :Sm I I I ISDml .1:17am I llrJSam i llrSOm ! 12: lopm , 1235pm ttlnpml ESUpm iBlw "P lL-tpm:lil5pm i Liupml fctapm East. 1:35pm Ex Ex Ex Ac Ae F't ! feSOpm 8:20am fc-S 112:25pm j "1 6:pm I I I B:2um T:5nm 7:80pm! ITTpml :10pm lfMuamlfcauam! Mtm v:2Uam l.-06pm i Ubpm i U Opm j .kiopm The 32 m train west, Mondays exceptad. The p m train west, only. The 12:52 p m, east, Saturday excepted. Tti. a-n an Mil riallv Tbe &SS p m train east, Snndays excepted. Trains Mitvutl Imta Leavittsbnrs tea minute earlier than Warren; Westward, ten minutes la tea Xattonlnr Division. West. Girard Niles WAB'KjLev'b'g Fhal'x fclOamj &10nm s:iam 8:34am tzio" l(r2S 5f5Ti r KM 4.30pm; Ex 7:40am Ft J fcU " I 4-tpm' WOpm 7:5.iam 8K m &8U " t - East-. Ex I :35pm; 22pml Kfipml 6:45pm &35pm EM fc.wami S:12am tui G5am F t fciipm! fe&pm :pm fcZipml 00 Tbe WO pa, vest, and tbe Mu a m, east. Xilet and Kew lichen ILK. Time Table MAYlMsTL ' u.. . Mall leaves Nile at 10:00 a. nu. arrives at Leetonla at UtOo p.m and at New Lubon at t50 pjn.. Sprees leaves Kllee at :2S p.m-, arrives at Leetonla at 7:40. and Kew Lisbon at s:x Tralaa feels Sorta. Express leaves Kew at 0.-23 e.m and at Mll Lisbon at 6:45 am. arriving at Leetonia . m ana u ni atii t .iu. bku leaves New Lisbon at 2:4M pjn, Leetonia . and arrives at I." Lee at tu. Don't allow your boys to wear hmvv woolen suits during tbe bot vuthtr hnt hnv for them a neat Lin en Suit. Prices, $2.50, $3.00, $3.25, $5.00. and $5.50. Straw Hats of every rioonrintion. Men's Linen Drill rants, extra sizes ; Men's Linen Dusters, ex tra sizes: Men's White Vests, extra sizes. A complete stock, and will be sold at cash prices. Madams & co., Agts. THE CHRONICLE. T-DXESD-T. OCT0BEE 18. 1K1. LOCAL and PERSONAL. Every body says the weather is fine. Them's oar sentiments. The srradine on the Ashtabula R. R. near Girard is being vigorously pushed ahead. Forepaugh's circus and menagerie drew a large crowd of people to town on Saturday.. The workmen of Wm. Ward & Co.'s furnace, at Niles, on Thursday last raised 1250 for Chicago. The new Jail begins to look as though fellow might live a retired are in sev eral of its back chambers. A few daye since a man named Hall, of Fowler, dropped dead", while laboring at the Vienna coal worn. a. The Juvenile Singing Class of Niles gives a concert on Wednesday evening of this week, under direction oi . Case. The Ashtabula Telegraph, of Oct 14, ays that in three weeks from that date the grading on tbe Asniaouia iw xw will be finished to Kock creeK irom the north. By pesters printed at this office we nhaerve that Mr. S. W. Powers, ol xst Vecoa. will have a large public sale of blooded stock, cattle, horses and sheep, is on Tuesday, October 3L Rev. Thoe, J. Taylor will enter on his duties as Rector of the Episcopal -Church in Warren on Sunday, Oct 23d inst Good seats are always ready for - -0.,0 whA A lira to attend. yfe jyj, lately added to our stock nme of the latest and handsomest styles of type, ate, out And we wish to re mark that in the way of card, bill-head, letter-head, circular, etc and so on, we can do just aa nice printing as anybody, and as cheap as good work fa and can be done anywhere. Try. Lota of people who don't go much on circuses, went to see the wild beasts, on Saturday. When the bears and lions Aegan to -growl and fight," as they scented their dinner of fresh beef, these people with one accord rushed Into the .circus and were afraid to come out until the performance there was over. At the meeting of the stockholders at the Brookfield Agricultural Society held at the Town HalL Brookfield, on the 30th nit, the following named offi cers were elected for the ensuing year: President, A. Waldorf; Vice Presl .dent Wm. Chamberlain; Secretary, Nicholas Wendier; Treasurer, A L. Byers. . A test of Turbine Water Wheels, in mwration at Van Gorder'a mills, in this plaee, was made on ine loin 01 wamm. with the following result Eclipse D'ble Turbine 5 bn corn, Ume mln Brysen Turbine S do. . 13 " Houston Turbine 5 do. " 11 The above test was purposely made nrith jnii atnna. ana low siaga i With sharp atone a much better result could be obtained. Too many young men neglect or overlook the value of business training, and enter oa the work of life at hap jaxard. Let the first accomplished duty -of the applicant for business scaess be ,-to secure the proper stops for prepara : tion. The world has places of nseful : aesa, and honor for every man who has ,the skill and ability to fill them Pelton A Bigelow'a Basiaess College, Cleveland, Ohio, offers saperior facilities Cnr bnainass training. Tho orest moral exhibition of wild beasteses," as Artemus Ward used to say 01 nia - wax usgu Mv mount, of Forepaugh fc Co., exhibited in Warren, on Saturday and nunoay last The proceeds of the Sunday exhi bition, the proprietor, or ' his agent, announced on Saturday evening, would go to the relief or the Chicago sufferers. Our reporter failed to ascertain the num ber of charitably inclined people who co-operated with the benevolent ahow ijnan, or how much was realized. . The Board of Health or the eity of barren, recently appointed by the CoiUttll, have organized and are pre jparinj; aeries of Orders and Regula ttionstothe Sanitary government of the rclty. The Municipal Code enacted by (the General Assembly, and the City Ordinances, invest the Board with almost Absolute power in this matter, and they hope la be able to do something positive and bwMifldsl for the cleanliness and health of the city. They of course ex ' pect the cordial co-operation of every good citizen. Our friend, James Dempsey, Esq., of Niles, Js ahead on the apple question. He has been stocking up the editor of the Independent with a supply, to wits The Ijtdkpmdmt office fa nnder ob ligations to James Dempsey, Esq., for the finest dlsplsy of apples we have seen this' season. The samples presented were of the Baldwin variety, and were brought to our office upon the branch. Just as they jrew. One twig, measuring less than thirteen inches from the first apple to the tip of branch, contained nineteen, fine, large apples, whose aggra te weight was seven and one-half fsocinds. Another branch or about equal length: bore ten apples, weighing two . Qx a half pounds, A third branch, nine Inches id length, produced five apples. to town, met the repentant prodigal nn . . . . . 1 J. , Our local correspondence is full and free this week. We stand back to give our contributors a hearing. Send in your local news items, ladies and gentle man scribblera,and we will welcome yon to a hospitable corner in some of our 36 columns. Don't be prosy, prolix or pestiferous. Short, pithy, pointed, red hot that's it The new M. K. Church will soon be ready for the slaters to put on the root The building, as ikr as the work has pro ceeded, presents a quite handsome and imposing appearance, and promises to be one of the finest architectural orna merits of the city,and a proud monument to the seal and enterprise of the Metho dist society of Warren. We believe in advertising. Every day adduces new proofs of its usefulness. Only a few days since a man who had monrned the loss of a valuable steer for three weeks, started for the Niles Inde pendent office to get out some bills an nouncing his bereavment. By some means the steer got word of the Inten tion of the man who had kindly sup plied him with fodder for years, and knowing the impossibility of eluding the argus eyes of the printer's type and ink, like Capt, Soott's coon, he came down, and acknowledged himself beaten. The proprietor of the bovine, on his wsy steer on his way to his owner's pasture, and a reconciliation was effected then and there. But we regret to add that this circumstance spoiled Bro. Sanderson's chance for a 92 poster headed "Strayed.1 The Appy Concerts. himself verv conspicuous In the , and is as popular to-day as LErig- We cannot believe that the recoil ec. tion of Henri Appy's last visit to this place, is or ever will be effaced from any of those who were fortunate enough to hear his marvellous performance on the violin. Wears confident that all who heard him then, will be anxious to hear him again, and that pleasure is to be af forded tbem on Monday evening next. Appy is at present making a successful tour. Crowded houses greet him in every place, and all, his audiences unite in awarding him the title of the greatest of living violinists; and this is due to him. His execution is wonder ful. No pen can describe the exquisite melody which gushes from the instru ment with his magic touch. He is de scribed by a Boston paper aa having pet rified his audience into eloquent statuea. When he made his appearance on the platform, there was a rustling and gen eral leaning forward to examine closely the man whose wondrous interpretations of the "divine alt" had made him so famous. As the first note of his own thrilling composition, "The Dream; fell upon the ears of his audience, there was an immediate and intense silence. Softly gushed forth the soul entrancing melody, now plaintive, now sorrowful like the wail of an angel over a lost soul. Again it bust forth in one grand swell harmony, then softly, pleadingly, tender, mummering on the ear like the note of a dying swan. The musician ceased, then recovering himself, he bowed and retired ; for a moment the spell bound audience was silent, then suddenly burst forth a peal of applause which ceased only on Appy's reappear ance.' Accompanying Appy 1s a variety of musical talent, second to none before the American public William Mao- donald the tenor and Scotish Ballad ist is not unknown in Warren. He has noli. Nellie Freeman, the charming so prano, a lady of rare beauty, fa exceed ingly popular. She has a dear, power ful so in voice; rich In tone and perfect In its cultivation. , Leo. Paul, the boy pianist, one of the musical wonders of the times, accom panies Appy. This remarkable musical genius made his first appearance la new York, where he was most enthusiasti cally received, and by the critics was swarded a place in the front rank of liv ing pianists. He is an entire orchestra In himself. The citizens or Warren and ta vicltity, cannot feel otherwise than delighted In anticipating such a grand musical treat as will be afforded them by Appy and his company of artists on Monday evening next, and certainly Mr. Greater is deserving the substantial rec ognition of his fellow citizens, In being the main instrument in procuring lor them an entertainment of such a high order. Newton Falls Fair. Editor Chronicle : We had the pleasure of attending the fifth annual fair of the Mahoning Valley Agricultu ral Association held at Newton Falls, Oct 11th, 12th and 13th, nnder the man agement of IT. S. Bobbins, President, and C G. Graham, Secretary, The weather was fine and entries and attendance far beyond any former year. The exh ibltion of stock was very good, also that of fruits and vegetables. Agricultural and Mechanical imple ments were as plenty as usual at similar fairs. Floral Hall certainly was the finest display we hsve ever seen In the county. Friday, the third day, was devoted to the exhibition of Horses and trotting. The entries were large there were some fine promising young horses on tbe ground. The races formed the principal attraction, of which there were six, and drew together a vast multitude. The first was the Farmers' Trot, and as usual with this class of trotters, there was more talk, noise and confusion than speed. Five started, three managed to get around, two broke down. The interest centered in the Sweep stake race, in which Campbell's Peach Blow. Sutliff's Bar Joe, and Kate of Yonngstown. were enteced. Won by Peach Blow. Tbe track is a abort half-mile, and very narrow. As a whole the exhibi tion was a great success. The races af forded any amount of amusement to the crowd, who manifested approbation by frequent applause. The great crowd in attendance was nnder great obligation to the ladies of tbe Presoyterian society of Newton, for tbe sumptuous dinners served during the fair, Tbcmbcu.. Andrew's New Slope to Vienna. This slops which has been in progress of sinking for the past four months, went through the ooal on Friday of last week, the bed being 3 feet In thickness. The slope, which ia 100 yards long, was con tracted by John Roy, a practical miner of much experience and ability, who pushed the work to completion with in defatigable energy and perseverance. The company has now engaged Mr. Roy as manager of the mine, and he has com menced the construction or the main entry, and expects to be ready by the new year to send out one hundred tons or coal daily. The coal fa or a very superior bed of block coal, and the slope opening fa one of the finest ever made in the State. The grade fa one foot in three or descent The mine fa aix feet high and eleven feet wide, and there fa a gangway pn one aide for men to walk up and down at pleasure. No accidents of a serious nature oecnrred while the slope wss nnder wsy. Philanthropic. On hearing of the disastrous fire at Chicago, Henri Appy and his company gave two benefit oouaertaf onset Frank lin, and one at Kewcsatfa, Ps fos (be sufferers. Appy is a philanthropist M well as the king of violinists. A Remarkable Yield of Oats. FARMINGTON, Oct. 16, 1871. Editor Chboi1cle : A few days since I threshed and cleaned up two hundred and seventy-one bushels of very clean oats from four acres of ground. They were the old white oat. The ground had been In pasture and meadow for 30 years till last year,when It was put In corn. I should say that these oats were blown down some four weeks before harvesting, in consequence of which many were lost fully as much as the original seed. I ' estimate that two hundred and eighty bushels were matured on these four acres, or seventy bushels per acre. Can any one tell a larger story? E. F. Curtis. Premium Awarded. BRACEVILLE, Oct. 14th, 1871. Editor Cbbokicxx: The premium on the Sire of the bett five eoltt on exhibi tion at the Trumbull Co. Fair, has been awarded to Royal Rogers, Johnston, $15,00. Mr. C. S. Case, of Kinsman, would have been entitled to the premium, had he had not failed to make the entry, in this class. A majority of the committee sustain the decision of the board that the pre mium should be awarded as above. H. F. AUSTIN, Sec'y. Council Proceeding. WARREN, Oct. 13, 1871. Regular meeting of Council . Present Casra. Burton, Gibbons, Hoyt, Jame son, TruesdeU and Wheeler. Minutes of preceding meeting were read, amend' ed and approved. The following bills were ordered paid J. L. Weeks, Estimate less 10 per ct. 01 raving on ijioerty Dt, tiio. St Paving Fund) Trnesdell' A Townsend. Chairs and rep. same for Mayor's office, (Gen. Fd.) Patrick Dougherty, Lamp-lighting for September (K GFd.) Vantrot A Ac ley. Making Stars for Police. (Police Fd.) A. Wheeler,Sasb for Lock-up, (Gen. Fd.) B. F. Helner Co., Timber for Lock-up. (Gen. Fd.) C a Mc.Nutt, Work on Lock-up, etc- (Gen. Fd 1 x Drennen Golst, Work on Hose cart, etc.. (F. G. Fd.) Welcome Scott. Paving Market Street. (Gen. Fd.) 3. W. Brooks (Marshall), Boarding 4 15.26 1L5S 30.00 100 L2S J2 3.05 10.00 25.00 42.50 Prisoners at Lock-up, (Gen. Fd.) The statement of J. W. Allen, Street Commissioner, to Oct 7, 1871, was ac cepted and filed. On motion, an ordi nance to provide for the construction or side-walk on the north side or Market Street, was passed to its first reading. On motion the following resolution was passed. "Resolved: That the Mayor be, and he fa hereby authorized In con formity to the requirements or the Mu nicipal Code, and the ordinance of the City, entitled, 'An ordinance to pre scribe the appointment and duties of police officers in the City or Warren,' passed May 20th, 1870, to appoint one special policeman for each ward of the said City, and that they shall receive two dollars (12.00) per day or night for actual servico rendered." On motion adjourned. E. W. Hoyt, City Clerk. Mr. Editor : Asan evidence of what the Agricultural Department at Wash ington is doing, a short time since they sent me a few quarts of a new wheat called the -ram wheat," alter tne origi nator in Mifflin County, Penn. It fa nearlv smooth, with beards occasionally: fa very evenly six rowed ; it is taid the straw stands well : the chaff verv close and adherent, and it is claimed thst it has never been anected by weevil ; the grains are short and plump, and color a light dull red, or dark white. The yield the country where It originated has been from 30 to 45 bushels per acre. I distributed it in due time to efficient farmers in different parts of this county, thst by another year it can be tested our own sou ana climate. J. G. BUTLER. Chicago Insurances! We rea a tat tbe attention of our patrons. and of the public generally, to tbe following dispatches received at our office : CINCINNATI, Oct. 11, 1871. T.J. McLran s8n. A gmtt .-The "Phk- jrix or BLaaTFeas'' will meet every loss sus tained at the great fire in Chicago, honora bly and promtliy, leaving a handsome mar gin of our targe surplus for future operations. mumpatrea. H. M. MAGILL, Gen'l Agent. NEW YORK, Oct. 12, 1871. T.J. tfr.LainAaon.AamU The "IJirDEB- wkitkrs Aoxscr" will have over two and half million dollars of Assets left, after pav ing Chicago lotacn. Many companies must fall, bot the Underwriter will eaA iU louea at tight, and our policies are among the safest in the country. A STODDART, Gen'l, Agent. We offer to the Insuring publlctbe choicest of policies in the "Phouiix" and "UHnKR whttsrs," at fair, honest, rates. Give ns a call. We have paid large losses In Warren, In these companies and can do so again. T. J. McLAIN & SON, Agents. Oct. 18, 1871-lt. Ætna Insurance Co. Hartford. HARTFORD, CONN, Oct. 12, 1871. To AffrnU f2na Insurance Cotnpany : Gkktlbjcxh As we advised you in our circular of yesterday, our loeaes by the re cent unparal leied cod dagrat Ions w hlch bave visiiaa me city 01 inicago are inane aggre gate lea than two million dollars, and after paying them our capital will be Intact, and we shall have a surplus of one million dol lars: in other words we bave net assets over all liabilities, including Chicago losses, of more man tour minion aoiiara. ine ter rible disaster which has befallen the great city of Chicago forcibly reminds underwrit ers of their obligations to their patrons, and especially that It Is incumbent upon them to be Drenared to meet these oblliiations at all times and under all circumstances. For tbe last two years unhealthy competition has bad the effect to reduce rates below a safe standard, an evil which baa been on the increase until tbe demoralization is widespread and general, and the present crisis finds many com pan lea totally unpre pared for tbe storm which has overtaken them, and bankruptcy Is tbe result A large amount of insurance will be required to re place the policies of such companies, and this company is prepared to take good risks at rates materially above present ratea. . An advance of from nfty to one hundred per cent, ahould be required; no absolute rule, however, can be fixed, but it is highly proper and in the Interest of both Insurers and In sured that we Improve the present opportu nity to ad vanoe essentially our rates on all classes of hazards, and we rely upon our agents to second our efforts, and to exercise their best Judgment In each particular case. Ws repeat take good risks at very full rates, or not at' 411 ; arold too large amonnts in one block, or exposed to one flrej exercise great caution In regard to over-insurance . make no unusual endorsements on policies, and scrutinise carefully the character of persons asking for Insurance. In conclu sion, permit me to say that the Etua was never stronger or more more worthy of pub be confidence than to-day; for a period of me upwards of fifty years company has promntlv met its obligations, witnont asa- Ing a day's delay, and ever occupied the position of the fading American fire insur ance company: this proud c option ij. win continue to maintain, and In the present enaia will preserve and add to lis well earned reputation. The opportunity Is now presented of placing upon our books a large amountof desirable Insurance, at full rates ; this opportunity we hope to improve tb rough the industry and sound judgment of our agents. This brief airsalar is hastily pre pared, but time Is Important and we trans mit it for your Information and guidance. L. J. HENDER, Pres. Geo. P. Hunter, Agent. The Great New York Five in 1835. We clip from the eolnmns of tbe Philadel phia Underwriter, an interesting Incident In Urn earlier experience of the Atna Insur ance Company, of Hartford, Conn showing the value, aa well as the reward, which at taches to a faithful fulailmentof obligations at a time when nerve was rxjiij.im, and Individual sacrifice probable. -. After the great Are of 135, the JDtna. or Hartford, now tbe largeat, strongest and most sufiaassfnl Fire Insurance Company in Amerlaa, reoeired notice of tbelr losses, and the President called a meeting of the Board of Directors, and in a few words told tbem they had lost, probably, all their capital. After a few moments' silence. In which the President brought from the fire-proof vault all the stocks and bonds repnesentlng their capital, and placed them before them, when one of the Board asked him what he wonld do. - Do," said the President, "Go to New Yoik and pay the losses. If It takes every dollar there," pointing to the package, -and my own fortune basfae." The anxious looks gars wsy o those of settled determination, and the Board unani mously said : " Oood ! and we will stand by yon with all our individual capital." The President went to New York, adjusted" the Iccies, aud In a year's time the com pany, so bsla to act and ready to fulfil all lu obligations, had' 1U canltal more tban re turned by premiums, and a better reputa tion than any other company is Ihs'lmivd GEO. P. HUNTER, Agent Bill Heads. Having Jnst received a stock of Bill Head, bta lament. Letter iea4 and other papers, we are prepared to print them In the bet-tF). at redced prLoesaui business men teneMf, CallatfheCeROSiciO.mceand see tor youjae Chicago I Tbe Franklin Fire Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, comes in rougoineneryoraCTU at Chicago with capital unimpaired, and a larger suplns tban tbat of any otbor Gener al Agency Company of tbe eoantry. Cask Assets at date of Ore over $S,32S 000 Losses will not exceed SuO,000 For policies apply to ALBERT WATSON, Agent, over Excbange Bank or Freeman A Hunt loct IS. Home Insurance Co. of Columbus. Loses by Chicago Are 1150,000 And baa left, after paying her loeses.lMO.uuO For Policies apply to ALbEHT WATSON. Agent Over Exchange Ban of Freeman 4 Hunt UCt. IS, 16.1. Fire!! The Old Hartford" has for over sixty yesrs paid all her losses, will lose and pay over Sl.lu0.0uO in tbe greet Chicago fire, and win uien nave leit a $1,00,000 -Suu.tMO Cash'Capltal of. And a Surplus of over, For Policies apply to ALBKRT WATSON. A cent Over Exchange Bank of Freeman at Hunt OCt. IS. 1871 Jugt Received, A full line of black and colored silk vel vets In all the newest shades and sold very low, at uuiiuuusiisi)ua, Before the Chicago Fire. Aetna of Hartford- Ins. Co. of North America. International.... Yonkers and New York. M.0OO.O0O. k S3.2UU.0U0 tl,uu.uuo t&U.UJO AFTER CHICAGO FIRK. Aetna of Han (01 Ina. Co. of North Amerii international. Yonaers and New York Oct la. GEO. P. HUNTKB, Agent. Good Sews ! New Yobx, Oct 18. 187L The Board of Directors of the Home In surance Company to-day unanimously adopted a resolution to nil up me capital stock to two and a half millions at theearll- est Dractlcable moment This will restore me Home assets to nearly, if not quite, four millions, after every cent 01 me Chicago nre losses are paid. ioctia-it How to make Honej. Most evervbod v is willing to make money! but It ia not every one mat understand the secret. Then again some people can get money easily and plentifully lor all their wants, but can't keeD It They do not seem to realize that a "dollar saved Is as good aa a dollar earned." It la a fact though. Now if you can save from one to five dollars or more on the purchase of a bill of goods, that we can just as goou management ami ccuuv mv as though yon had worked bard and earned that sum. And here is the point we make: When yon want to buy clothing, or cent's furnishing goods, etc. Mr. Frank, at HlrsbHeld's Buffalo jns Price Clothing Store, next door south of Trumbull nation al Rank. Main St.. Warren, will put yon into the secret of making your greenbacks worth a handsome premium. Go and see the new fad and winter goods. (ocLll-tf Kew Dry Goods Store. F earns A Gray have Just opened ont a larva and handsome assortment of Dry Goods, in the store room two doors south of McLain's bank. Main street The trading UUU1IV KUCt.l will UF OTC w wu auBuw examine their stock and prices. Tbe gentle manly proprietors will take pleasure in showing you their goous, whether yon con. template buying at present or not. Oct. 11,10.1. Jnst Opened, Shawls in the latest designs, at GUNLEFINGER A BRO'S. To Nebraska, California, and Kansas, and the B. & M. R. R. Lands. The "Burlington Route." so called, lies right In the path of the Star of Empire. It runs almost Immediately in the center of the great westward movement of emigra tion. Crossing Illinois and Iowa, it strikes the Missouri river at three points. These three points are the gateways into three great sections of the trans-Missouri eglon. The Northern gate is Omaha, where the great Pacific road will take yon to the land of gold and grapes, sunny mountains, and perpetual summer. Tua midriia nu la PlAttamouth. which opens upon the south ball of Nebraska, south 01 me riaite river, passed on tbe continent for agriculture ana grazing. Just here are tbe B. a M. tmnroaa lands, concerning which Geo. 8. Harris, the land officer at Burlington, Iowa, can give ou all information, and in tne nean 01 uiem Lincoln, tbe Stat Capital and present terminus of tne roau. Th. UMiihwn uni. leads to Kansas, by connections with the St Joe Road at Ham burg, running direct to St Joe and h annus Th'a trains of the Bnrllngton run smooth and safely, and make ail connections. to on i t nm.iti. Ut coaches. Pullman Palace and Pnllman dining cars, ana snouia you take the Journey for the Journey's sake alone yon will be repaid ; or take It to find a borne or a farm, and you cannot and either better can buy on ten years' credit nl at a low price. - Jnst Opened ! The finest assortmantot Velvet Plush and straw Hats, and sold at astonisuing tow prices ui.inrfwi-w.-. Sash es And Neck Ribbons in great variety, at . . 1 -v-1 1 Orv.it u a l. LJ 1 1 ' hi To the Ladies. rii lull, will be pleased to know that utu Vnrman has luat returned from the east with a beautiful and fashionable assort ment of millinery. For jour Watch Repairing Call at Hull's New Jewelry Store, Porter's Book Store, Market Street. No Agency In Chicago. The Royal Fire Insurance Co. has a capi tal of $ Hi.uuo.000. See advertisement In this paper. Whittlesey Adams, Agent Go to Hall's For vonr Jewelry Porter's Book Store. and repairing. In loet 4-tf. Pare Catawba Wine, Native production, at H. WALDECK'S. "New Departure." "The melancholy days have come," and so have on mew Hats. We bid a long and glad adlen to low crown ed Leghorn r lata. Where sre the taunty little hats the belles nf Warren wore? We sigh to see them In the Park and on the Streets no more. But in their places Phenlx like springs np tbe Madeline, Ths Glengarry and the Derby in all their Pride are seen The Beauty and the Pearl, and the stately fromtmaae. 1 od will Una st Mis. Potter's, where all these styles are maoe. Sept. 27. . POTTER CO. Clothes Wringeri Reoalred and for sale at Tyler's. No. J I Main street. the .. at for of Sr-K, Tie Home Insurance Company. There has been a sort of lnevltableness in the movements of the Home Insurance Company of New York reminding one of e resistless marcn ot tne uerman armies, atchful to secure the eood and avoid the oaa, lue O-ome uaa reuexiuy cm uu e Marine and Inland Branch of 1U business. Tbe Home has a capital of two and one half million dollars capital, and cash assets to the amount of s-L57S.008.uu. The Home is now the largest exclusively fire Insurance company in America. This popular com pany nas oeen lor many years, ana conun- niea si wiirea, Dy WHITTLEdEY ADAMS. nes to be, represented r It Paji To go to Tyler's, No. S Main St If you want a Sewing Machine. Ice Pine Lot Of nice Sllppera,new styles at MoLaln's. Come and Net. ? - Those beautiful Velvet FancyTles, Tips and n legs, at isar-a runnAj. For Ladles and Gents Watches Call at JJall's, in Porter's Beok Store. Tery lice! ' ' Parlor and Chamber Suits, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Desks, What-nots, Secre taries, Chairs, Picture Frames, Ac, at TBUEMDELL A TOn'NSEND'S. Base Balls and a Bgf, Steel traps for a rat. Fine guns for tbe Boys, Small Guns, that are Toys. Carpet Sweeps, for the Ladles, And Swings Tor the Baby 's, Sewing Machines, that are very neat. And we are sure they can't be beat. Certain to suit the various minds. For we have all the different kinds. At Tyler's, No. S, Main St, Warrec, Ohio. Aug. 8, 1871-tf. Security and Indemnity. flfSW 918.00 are the asaeu of the Fire In surance Companies renreqented by Whittle sey Adams,' Agent Nearly Fifteen Mlljon Cheap Slippers at McLAIN'3. The people have been so much m pored npon by several Worthless Sarsaparlllal.that we are glad to be able to recommend aprepsA ration which can be depended onas contain ing the virtue of tbat Invaluable medicine, and Is worthy of the public confidence. Dart. IIEE'S SARsaPARJLLA cures when any thing can cure the diseases that require ah alterative medicine. 5. Xo Xew Tort, October 14, 1871. Eon At TO TH EYEBOrXCT. HoMX IMBCIUHCS: COM FA2CT. Casbi ets, Oct 1st 18T1-. Losses at Chicago are much less than.. 12.000,000 09 Leaving Cash assets, Oct l4,KffL-l.?23;jSi All losses will be promptly paid, and poli cies Issued as usual. CHAS. J. MARTIN. President J. H. WASHBCBJf, Sec'y. WHITTLESEY ADAMS Is Agt at Warren. The Aator and Albany Cltv Insurance Companies have suspended, The Old fionn American, of Hartiord, has also loat heavily by the Chicago Fires. Policy holders deal ring under this advice to cancel their poli cies may UO SO oj iuik uieui miuj uuicvt. We will be ready to place your risks In companies moie ronuuate. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, As't One In Ten Thousaad. G Lxss FALLS, N. Y Oct. 13, 1871. To Whittletey A damt. Agent, 9f the Gltnt FuU Inturanet Company: On account of low rates, some eighteen months sgo, our Company was withdrawn from Chicago, and hence at the time or me Are had only three policies In force. On these we may have loat tio.ouo, but to this date we have not been notified of any loss. (Signed) B. M. LITTLK, Pres't This Company Insures the safer class Of property at lair rates. Capital IJUO.Ooj. The Royal Insurance Company of Liver nonl. withdrew their Agent from Chicago. several mon ths age, and hence had com para- tlv.lv a llvht Inaa. The Capital of tne Hov. al is slO.OUU.dUO 00 in gold. The Royal has one hundred thousand dollars In U. 8. Bonds deposited with the Auditor of Ohio for tbe security at policy awuwi in isuio. policies of this Company are Insued by WMiriLratl ADAMS, Agent. New York Oct. 14, 1871. To the AgenU of the Imperial ttrt Insurance Company: Wnrrruarr A9AXS. Acent Warren. O. In tbe event of inquiries being made, as to the liabilities under tbe recent conflagration In nhicafn. we bee to inform you that the company withdrew from tbe State of Illi nois, aDOUl two so fcuai a. tuv time of tbe fire, the amount of the Compa ny's risks in the entire city, is comparative ly light. Our losses will be promptly paid as soon as adjusted. We have to-day received a telegram from our London office to -subscribe t6,0uo to the Chicago Relief Fund." Resident Manager. Capital, Eight Million Dollars In gold. I take pleasure la tendering to my patrons the indemnity here offered, and wlllaccept lines at fair rates, adjusting all losses here promptly as In my past agency record, of nearly twelve yean. 11UlWr WPl ITllUQ A .Ant Office in McComb'a Smith's Block! Home-Made Hobnail Shoes st McLAIX'S. Goods Sold Cheap at McLAIN-S. Lire and Let Lire, at . Ice Cream McLAIS'S. jw Cream S&lOOB At H. Waldeck's, Peck's Block, east side Main St Neatly fixed up. 2d floor, at Waldeck's. Main St English Pickles, Crosse a Blackwell's Chow Chow. Picca lilli, Mixed Pickles, Celery Sauce, and all kinds of Canned Fruits, at JAMES MCCONNELL'S. For Hoop Skirts, Corsets. Ac. go to the factory King's new 01 oca, auun ok, w arren, unto. Fresh Confectionary. Fresh and nice, at McCONN ELL'S. Ice Cold Lemonade, The best In the City, at McCONNELL'S. Ice Cold Lemonade, The best In the City, at McCONNELL'S. Especial Attention Is called to the Hydraulic Cement sold by mnr, aoiiiaiji. ta Tyler's Gnn Store And Sewing Machine Rooms Is the place buy what you want Pleasant Dreams ! On those Woven Wire Xatlree: the best spring bed ever invented. Call and get one trial. TRUESDELLtt TOWNSEND. We Make tbe Best Ice Cream In the city. At McCONN ELL'S. That Paint. We wonld aav to those who have been waiting to see whether that paint looks as well on the building aa the sample colors we show at our store, that several houses in this cltv have been painted with the Cleveland Chemical Paint, and It has given complete satin taction, in fact, in some instances, loons better than the sam pie colors. We can rec ommend this paint as good. We are epeeial aoentm tat this section. Including Youngs- town and Western Pennsylvania. uu 1 1 et BriAs, No. e Main Street Rare Chance Tn obtain a bnlldlnffor out lot. The sub scriber offers for sale twenty-five acres of land laying between croauway and oiano nlng Avenue sooth of Qulnby's addition to Warren. Will sell the above in one to five acre lots to snit purchasers. Warren, Feb. IS, 1871. B. r. auciu. X . Wabbkn, Ohio, May 5, 1S7L The CItII War - TTaaenmmenced. competition now rases among tbe Milliners of warren. Cremorne general in cominaua, also uasou, iaw- V i H Q-lln. IHIhM Rplll. A TT. O T1T1 Lulie and lone, together with other minor officers, may be seen at any time by calling tbelr headquarters, at Mrs. C W. MEM BER'S. Market St, Wanen, Ohio. May lu, i7i. Hoyt A Spear Are agents for Cleveland Chemical Paint, this section. Write them for sample colors, prices, Ac HOYT a SPEAR, xo. 9 .11 HI u ot. Parties Supplied wun ice cream 01 any navor. on snort notice, at McCONNELL'S. Wabbxy. Ohio. May 5. 1871. Ladies Can be furnished with Hoop Skirts. Pan- Glove Flttlne French and Common Cor sets, real and imitation Laces, Hair Nets, Braids, Mohair Curls also Nllasoa Cnrls real hair, by calling on Mrs. C. W. MES- Market St., warren, umo. jnay iu. itwi Home Made N Bread. Biscuits, Buns. Pies, every morning, at Cakes, fresh McCONNELL'S. Cream, Ice Cream of all flavors, at jsotAAr i a. Best Paint Brushes Ever brought to Warren. Full stock at notia unuu piuhqi N&.6 Main Street Accidents ! Insure against accidents In the Accident insurance company oi arworu, wuu. Cash AsseU one motion dollars. Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Agent barren. Ohio. ioe7-u. Boston Crackers I The genuine Boston Cracker, Graham, Cream, Plc-Nlc. V, ine. Champion and peer less Biscuit direct from Boston, at JAMES McCONNELL'S. Wheat, Corn, Rje, Ac. Custom work done without delay at City Mills. A. A Ci. VAN OORDER. Sept.20-3t Cisterns. Nothing ever discovered equal to tbe Hydraulic Cement sold by CAMP. RANDALL Co. T, Sugar A Molasses, at B. R. Cbryst Co's., Nq. 11) ventral xuues, ou line Teas and CoiTees Go to 8. R. Chryst A Co. 'a. Best Y. H. Tea. 11,50, good 11,25. lair ItOO, lower grade Sue Spring Caught Whit? Fsh By the pound, kit or half barrel, at ' S. R. CHRYST jtt CO'8. Boy yonr Groceries And Provlllon at 8, R. Chryst A Co'a cheap family supply store. No. (3 Central Block. Market Hf. Warren, Ohio. P.xtra F)ne Cigars And choice brands of Tobacco, at S. Chryst Co s. R. Charge For -Ice Water" at 8. R. Chryst A Co'. June 14, 1S7L Fresh ' Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons and Figs, at McCONNELL'S. Main street Soda Water. rlQ oesi in mis ciiy, Lace Gaiters at SldeLare GMMrs at McCONNELL'S. McLAIN'S. ItfcXAIJj'B. For sail by the barrel or wagon load, at ' ' S.R. CHRYflTACO'S. : I WATER ! WATER I PURE COLD WATER HAPGOOD & STRATTON Have that White Keg In good running order In front pari of the market street drug store Where can be found through sommerof 1871, Pure Ice Cold Water. Pure Drugs ! - Pnre Fresh Drugs always on hand at Mar- set Bt. urug bio re. 10 Chests Of that best Tea Just received. HAPGOOD STRATTON. Fruit Jars ! Fruit Jars. HAPGOOD STRATTON We Keep the Best Tea That can be boneht HAPGOOD A STRATTON Largest Lot Of Fruit Jars In town. HAPGOOD x STRATTON. Sealing Wax ! Healing Wax. Hapgood A Stratton. Engeln Hair Restorer, Only to be found at Hapgood A Stratton's. Tea! Teal! Tea!!! We are Headquarters for best Tea. HAPGOOD A STRATTON. BED BBL. iy FH ONT of STORE. S. L Hunt & Son. No. 9 Main St. and No. 20 Market st. Have received the past week. For Ladles' and Misses' Wear, White Kid, Croqnet Slippers, Tulip Trimmed. " Burt's " Celebrated French Kid Boots, In Lace aud Buttoni The Latest Robber. The "Croquet" and "New Haven" style. Old Ladles' Serge, wide-bottom Slippers. For Men's and Boj's Wear. Rubber Boots and Shoes, Light Medium, and Heavy. Kip, Calf, and Stoga Boots, All Sizes, Qualities and Prices. The "Dirt" Excluder, Buelle Shoe, made by hand, and mncb more convenient than the "Champion Shoe. Hob-Nailed, Lace and Buckled Shoes, atf warranted. Miscellaneous. Doll-Baby Shoes, Buttoned, all Sizes and Colors. " Reed's French Dressing, For Kid and Morocco Shoes, when badly scuneu, win maxe mem as good as new Bronze, Buckles, Rosettes, Buttons, AC., AC. Button-Hooks, Laces, Highest Market Prices, Paid In CtuA, for Hides and Pells. GEO. P.MOTER, Agt. ?3 o cn? P e-e O SJ P & o oa cn to "b p W i s o o D t o as o Hi o 1 pr p ct O P P e t-" O P P P ta a o o o P. B o CO $ pi Q CO a P. Q 3 CO $3 p. o 2! . 8 5 I S I u ? m W cn 03 rt o t g'gj . tj y ; CO e oi C5 t; CO g CO M W M P. tfl I a to o w CO if- 4- CO 3 Toe largest, richest, oldest end moat relia ble companies In America, and the cheapest and best Insurance offered. Contracts raade and policies written, by GEO. P. HCXTER, Xarket St., Warren, 0. May3.1s71-tf UBBASA (nem eh'yrch) pXITERiTf , ITRBAKA, OHla Twenty-second J year. Term opens Sept 4th. Students mined at any time. Total annual ex pense i-mj. ror uaistogne address Rev. FRANK SEWALL. A. M.. Sept 13. fawl . . president THE HEATHEN CHIKEB By Bret Harte illustrated by Eytinge Price 25 cents, at ADAMS' Bookstore 7i 6 ear at and snd tua on to to and very I'M & 80 bis auc nrm 14c a A the the be the on at of THE MARKET REPORTS. Orrics Wester reserve Chbosict.b. t Wabbsb Ohio. Got. ,7, Ur.Lf BEAN9-I2.00 per bushel. FLOUR Ih.OO to 88.UU HAY IWrslia, OATH loc CORN Ear S5c : Shelled 820. DRIED APPLES 6 to 6c. BUTTER Fresh Roll 18 to 20c TALLOW 7 to 80 CHEE8E Factory 12c EGGS 2O0. LARD Country rendered, 10 to 1214c. POT A TO Fi Sic. WOOL-v42c FLAX SEED 1 S& HIDES Green. 86Jc; calf skins 10tai3o pelts 60(47oc WOOD-tove length, V-,1M$m per cord. uu luiOT-jMu, hwiou per cord. WARREN RETAIL MARKET. PER BABRXX. II MISCILLAirrOUS. r-iXSM-S, SyP,tra75tol,0O do Spr'g V h't AVjU ;r.rhAn nu k Buckwheat nour per Lard oil, 1J0i1.45 sack.. 60 Unseed Oil wniie ume Boiled Oil gat S Bait , , 2.40! Shorts B cwt L10 rsBrouirn. ICorn Meat bolted Butter perk 22 cwt. 100 Beef. Dried iL Core MeaL unbolt- Hams 8ug. Cured 17 ed cwt 1.75 do Country do IS Timothy Seed 3,25 Sides do do 1' Red Ton 2,09 Buear. Brown lotoLi'i Clover seed S.uO Sugar, Coffee lt Oil Meal V cwt X'Q Sugar, Crushed. G.B.Cod Huh White Fish Mackerel Cheese . Lard i White Lead s Potatoes T bus.. 8l Peach blows v bn. K, Peaches, peal'd V 12S ..in. ao nnpeaiea . ia I do do .).' Prunes, Turkish. .lSliMolasses gal .2u do N.O.J gal. fljsrai a per . Cleveland Wholesale Markets. MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 16, 1871. Flour The market la unchanged. and the demand fair. We quote as fol lows: City-made XXX white IS 25(38 50 : XX amber $7 75&8 00; XX red No 1 7 2o7 50 ; X red No 2 (6 757 00. wheat Market weak and lower. with a moderate demand. Sales 4000 bn. and 4 cars No. 1 red at fl,40 from store on spot ; 2000 bu. do, seller first half iNovemDer, stsi,-; oouu Du, seller last half November, at fl.43: 2 cars No. 2 red st 91,37 ; 2 cars No. 2 white at (1,40. Corn Market dull. Hied, mixed held at 62c ; low mixed 61c Oats Market quiet and lower. Sales 5000 bn No. 1 State at 39c from store. Kte Steady but nominally unchansr ea ; io. . vuc irom store. Bablky There is more dointr. and the market is firm at 80caf 1 00 for State and Canada. Smoked Meats The market is firm snd tbe demand good. We quote as fol lows: city sugar-cured canvassed Kama 15c: uncanvansed do Hie : canvassed Shoulders 8a8is uncanvassed do st 7ia8c: canvassed uaoon yayjc ; nncanvassed do 8aac : Dried Beef ItialTc Hotter Market unchanged : choice Is firm snd in demand st -a-3c ; good to prime held at loa-Uc; inferior to com mon IUU14C Cheese Market firm, but not active. Choice factory, in large lots, 12 13c; in a small way 13i (3 14c potatoes in lair request snd steady at ooaouc oy car lots on track ; ouaco irom store. Owions Moderately active and steady at i.,-oa-..'XJC ror sliver skins. ubeex apples There is a good de mand lor sound lrnit,snd the market is nrm snd steady st Si7oa3.u0 per bbl. sweet rOTATOES l here is a fair de mand at S3,G0&3,25 for Jerseys: 12.25a z,.o lor state. seeps Timothy quiet at 8.75a3.00 : Clover so.7oao.oo. dried apples There Is very little inquiry : market nominal at 4aoc. cider sweet cider in demand at $4,50a5.00 per bbl. c hestnuts There is a fair demand at S4.00a4.50 per bushel. Deans The demand is moderate and prices are steady ; held at ?,00,zj for choice hand-picked: common to medium tl.50al.85. vinegar Pnre Cider Vineear in trood demand and nrm at lHa-oc, packages in eluded. White lixr In fair demand at f 1.30 per barrel. water lime-Demand good and mar ket steady at the following quotations. Oswego snd Akron 91,50 per barrel; iuisriiie cement, vi.ou. plaster Land piaster in Rood de mand and selling st a range of 13,50a 9,50 per ton ; Calcined Flaster ranges at I.503,00 per barrel. salt in lair den" and, and nrm ; held st 2,20 per barrel for Fine ; 12,30 for Coarse. leader. New York Live Stock Market. NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 1871. Beeves Total 8,000 of which 4,800 were on sale to-day, 130 cars at 100th streetll" at Comno innipaw,ad 31 st Wee- hawken. inequality is uo proved and tbe market advanced ic, in some cases learlv lc. Prime selections at 1 il.ic rood cattle at 11c, common to lair at 8a flic, some Si cwt Texans at 4c per lb live weight 2 cars 7 cwt Ohio at IMallc. 6 cars Indiana it cwt at viaiijc, a cars Kentucky 71 cwt st iuaic, s cars prime cwt Ohio at 10ialic The market sveraeed 101c Sheen and Lambs Arrivals -7.200 for tbe week and 11.U00 to-day. The mar ket was strong- and active at quite an advance on Saturday, butclosei weaker, snd tbe stock is not all selling;. Prices are 4iaolc for sheep and 6a74c for lambs. cars Cinadas of 73 lbs selling at 7Je, s 60. lbs Pennsylvania at 7c, 3 cars Ohio sheep or 7- ns at bjc, a car tn ma Ken- tacky at 64c, and a car 115 lbs Canaaas 6ic Hogs Receipts 315,000 for the week 8.700 to-day. The market is firm sctive at 6Ja7ic for dressed and 5is a5ic for live. A car choice Ohio of XI sold at 6.56. Pittsburgh Live Stock Market. SATURDAY EVENING, October 13, 1871. Tbe arrivals of cattle intended for sale here, is light to-dav. Very few cattle selling, but a good many shipping out first hands. The following are tbe qnotations, bat are merely nominal : Extra, 1,200 to 1,500 lbs steers So,125,2o ; good to prime, 1,100 to 1,200 f4,7o4,85; common to medium, 1,000 to 1,100, 4,00(a;t4,25; balls, stags and cows, 80Q 1,500 r,00a3,50. lioas The ouerinirs now are very light and consid arably short of the de mand, and prices bave advanced from i jc since our last report, bogs selling about as fast as they arrive. The mar ket closes to-night firm st the following rates: Extra. Philadelphia So,10a5Jh) : to prime, Philadelphia 2-5 to 255 to.00. Sheep Common sheep are bard sale. buyers will not take bold of this class while good sre offering, unless at low prices. Tbe following are the rates ruling for the different kinds and giades as bought and said here: Extra. to 110 lbs &,25ao,50 ; good to prime. to 80 lbs $4 ia ; decent to fair, 75 to Bs 4a4,50 ; mean to common, 70 to 75 i;j,zoa3,ou. And All on Butter and Cheese Market. New York: Oct, IS Batterdttll at 10 ror vyestesn. and Mtsoc lor taie. Cheese heavy at IlaJ3c Cincinnati. Oct 19. Butter firm at 17a22c Cheese steady at 14al4ic, PiTTSBCBOH. Oct. 14. Cheese Prices and unchanged. Ohio bosben 13 ; Factory Italic ; Dairy Italic Batter lower. Good to prime roll loalaa. 4. yaung man went Into a neighboring orchard last Sunday and waa arrested by ball-dog in such a way that that young nan. has ever since been compelled to stand np to eat. Dresden Monitor. The New York Evening Jnt says it ia generally expected that Garfield will be appointed chairman of the committee of I Ways and Means npon tbe reaasemb- rng of Congress. It expresses its ap proval. care for dissipation Stay at-home- opathy. A two-foot rule Keep your feet off cushions. A bad sign To sign another man's name to a note. Carpets are usually bouuht by tbe yard and worn by the foot. There are now 3Q,0 post offices in Voitpd States, In Colorado a bald head is said to above the timber line. Here it is "clear stuff itself." A New Orleans damsel nlavs sweet her lover, by slinging a sugar bowl his head. . Rev. J. F. Vallandizham, a brother the late C. I Vallandigham, is writing a biography of the (Jeceased, of of CAMP RANDALL & CO. Retail Price Current. Corrected Weekly. BUYING. WARREN. OHIO, Oct. 17, 1871. do Amber do No. 1 Red do No. 2 do Bye, No. 1 uo x Corn, shelled. No. 1 do do do3 Oats, -111,40 i,e' - L Ll, M . 7 - 0 . 809 65 SELLING. D. W. Camp's Snow Flake. Ky. White . per barret . Mavpolia. SO.OO 9.U war Mills XX White Michigan do ,i Western Reserve Mills, pnre Amb'r do 8,00 Superior Mills XXX Red do 70 Allan 110 . do XX do do r lorence do XX Bprlng do. Empire do Common do u. w. nonr do. Kye Flour do. , 1 6,M 7 IO S'lfl per sack 2,00 1,75 1 HR 1,60 1 r& ... 1 jo per ton iUt.uo 1,00 do un Ued 7S . . 4 IAI ae 4S.W 1 A isti I w, -v 2. 0 1 1.50 1 1JS Corn Meal, per handred. ao aa bnitMl Hn Chop Feed, 0. 4 C. pare do do do ( 'nm rnn i An a.ua mgB inne, ao.. ao (coarse) do. jriM ai Oil Meal Corn, per bushel old ahe .mi. Bait, feiglDaw per bbl, ao 1 ors siate, ao, ao r . t . mj. ao.. do New Lisbon White Lime per bbl cement Water Cement do Tbe above prices will be sohiecttnrlnrtn . uons wun otner maraets, always aiming to pay the highest price for grain, and sell as cheap as the cheapest. Remember the place. " . uuur w aciA:n . r.Qw ptore, in room formerlv occupied bv Trumbull Nat. Rftnir All our goods warranted as represented. Come and see ns. A liberal deduction al lowed 10 parties mat buy large quantities. FOR FALL& WINTER. New Millinery of Latest Styles. WE have received from Kew York, a handsome stock of FEATHERS, TIPS, P0XPC5S, Wings, Flowers of all kinds. Ribbons, Vel- , ouwjcu una urenea. XECK TIES, FA5CY BOWS, HATS, of all styles. In fact we have one of the nnesi sloes or nunnery goods ever brought .N. t to this place. M. C. A M.C FORMAL A t rooms in First National Bank Building, n Mini, VU1U. (OCI. 11-U. LEGAL NOTICE. - - f Roannah L. Wells, of River Falls, Wis consin, Edward IDrakeand Samnel Drake of Logansvllle, W lsconain,and the unknown heirs of Sarah W. Donahue, will txke no tice that on tue2Vi;h day of September, 1S71, the undersigned filed his petition In the Probate Court of Trumbull eeuntv, Ohio, against the heirs of Nancy Drake, deceased, S raying for an order of Court to sed, in or er to psy debts of said deceased and lega cies, certain lands aitaate in Lot No. SI. in Howland, said county, being about rive and 77-100 acres remaining of tbelract owned by said Nancy at her decease. Ha id petition will be for hearing on the 4th day of Nov. 1671, at 10 o clock. A. M. JAMB HOYT, Admt. with will annexed of Nancy Drake.dec'd. W. T. Break, Atty. Oct 1. 1871-lt. -. - , Seven Singing Bocks THAT SO SOT GO OCT OP PASHI03 ! THE TEMPLE CHOIR, by ftoward. Mason and Bradbury. THE KEY NOTE, by Bradbury. THE JUBILEE, by Woodbury. " THE DIAPASON, by Root, THE CHORAL TRIBUTE, by Emerson.' THE HARP OF JUDAS. . " - X THE JUBILATE. - If we add to these the well known AMERI CAN TUNE BOOK, we bave a list of books whose collective sales gretly excep those of another Church Music Books combined. They sell by Tent of Thoutandt .' Price of each book 11 aO; per dozen !U0. ... OLIVER DITSON A CO Boston; C. H. DIISON A CO New York. Oct 11. 1S7L A NCHOR LINE STEAMERS. JTV. Sail every H ednrfiay and Saturday, to ana from NF.W YORK & GLASGOW, call- ins at Loodondery to land mails and pas- senders. Tbe steamers of this favorite line are bnilt for the AtlsuUo Passenger trade. ' expressly tor tne Atlantic passenger trade, and fitted np In every respect with ail the modern Improvements calculated to Insure the safety, comfort and convenience or n sengers. Passage rates payable In eurrenev. to O LASGOW, LIVERPOOL and LONDON DERRY. , . , First Casia, $o, s4Sw according to location. CsMa Betars Ttrkrt f 130, securing best ac commodations. IstaraediaU - . S33 1 Steerage - - iS Parties sending for their friends in ths Old Country can purchase tickets at reduced rates, ror runner particulars apply to HENDERSON BROTH ERS.7 Bowling Green N. Y., or to T. J. -Me LAIN SON, Bankers, Warren, O. (Oct. lt-3m CLEVELAND CHEMICAL PAINT COMPANY! MANUFACTURERS OF BEADLEY'S ENAMEL PAINTS. rpHESE PAINTS ARE MANUFACTUED FROM PURE WHITE I LEAD, Zinc and Llnaeedl oil, and shaded with the bent colon oombiaed by a hem proeewi, tiiuM forming a DURABLE, ECONOMICAL AND GLOSSY PAINT, hlch will retain its color and gloss, and resist the action of tbe weather longer than any other paint. Two coats of this paint makes as good a body and covers as well as three eoaU of white lead aud oil mixed in the common way. aa the oil remains npon the snr- mkv, uu we it i aim 11110. ana an naraeneo. into a pet lect ,'3l-Pll.OO7, OX3IVI;iNrT, Which adheres 3 rally to the snrface, and neither Craaks, Peels, nor chalks off. quicKiy, are always ready lor useand are They d . DURABLE, ELASTIC, WATER-PEOOP AXD ECONOMICAL. . be fnrnlshed In White, Black or any color desired. HOYT A SPEAR, No. 5 Main St Ohio, are Special Agents for the Cleveland Chemical Paints, a ad will furnish aa shade of this paint in any quantity. We have sold large quantities of the Clevelai. Cnemical Paints in this city, and in different parts of this and Mahoning Conn ties, I some instances four and five bills to the same person, and in every instance thev have ex pressed themselves ..,c , f t r .- . j- ENTlHELY SATISFIED WITH THE PAINT. taj that thej would recommend it to thotw wish imp tc paint, the beat and mom wiuwaiicau win. hoiu. n wu 11 oy tua gaiiou, ana in any ca-iiy osira. . IT REQUIRES NO MIXING, DRYER OR THINNING, ready to dip in yonr brash and ao right to work. If yon want to nalnt venr hotue cait ns or write us for estimate of coKt and sample card orcolors. - . . i HOYT & SPEAR, No. 5, Main St., Warren, O.; May 31, 1S71. . W. CAMP, J. F. RASBALL. J. B. LTON, CAMP, RANDALL & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF FLOUR, AND ALL KINDS OF MILL FEED. CUSTOM WORK PROMPTLY TENDED TO. Near A. & G. W. R. ft. Depot, WARREN, O. August 10. 1S70-U INSURANCE COMPANY:! CAPITAL, $10,000,000. No Agency in Chicago. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, 5.03E2NTT, Warren, Olxlo. The Royal has deposited with the Aadttor Ohio, the sum of iluauuu 00 for the securtt v policy holders in Ohio. Lowes settled without reltifeuce to Liverpool. orNew York. lAWseslnOiiiotaitUediaOniu. tocl. 11-tf QHIPPIXQ CARDS, Direction La a?ieiB,ae. , promptly famished by the t it HON ICLK OFKICK Just at stock caa mTTTJV .lUTTIJ I H R I . H fl I fl : BBi saa eaei mm wmmmmM aaa ' , THAT i I I I I PGE & Dim ASSORTMOT OF Fall and. Winter CL01IIG, ;il J. GOLDSTEIN'S. TVT A ."F-.-H- TITST. JNEW GOODS AT THE t NEW YORK STOKE. We are receiving a large stock of Autumn and Winter Goods At the New York Store suited to the wants of the people consisting In pert of Staple cfcj Panoy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ; ; .' MATTI5GS, PJLPIB HAXGKGS, . " ; . LOOmS GLASSES, CL0TBTXG, . , -t-J.Ja.W7S Cf3 O -w-ES -expressly BOOTS AND SHOES ' '' Crockery, Glassware,, &c, In these days we have a good deal of talk about higher prices for goods those who wish to buy their coods cheap are invited tn call at the New York HCore and be convinced that prices are no higher, with us. 3A11 kinds of eoantry produce taken in exchange for Cash and Goods. --.. W JtLiJNTT-S. Warren, O.. Sept 20. 1S7L The Cheapest Boot and Sboe House In Pittsburgh.. - JT.TT. BOHZiAND, 53 and 55 Wood SL' . received, a very large FALL STOCK of BOOTS, SHOES -tViicl Jtitiybei-.. Comprising all Rtvles and Qaalities, bnosiit the lowest C4.VH i'Xcfct dire. from tlie msnufaetarers. and willbeaold at tbe low est New York and Boston prices, thus saving freisht and expense. SWAgenta tor 1'biladelphlaManufai-ture.l Goods, at factory Prices. - . SEW trOODS EECEITED DULY. Orders from Country Dealers promptly fllled, and satisfaction gua ran teed. Country Mert-iianta. call and examine nir before pun-basing elsewhere, aa you save iea pu cent, uy ouying r.eie. 4. If. Kept. Vt, H7l-2m BOKLASU," a ss. U Wsoa 9treH