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1 rat eir hAi;ik ima-. Trains leave front stations as tollowi: A. A ti. W . K. K. West. I Hurt iKac'us-l Was- I Breee I Hill. burg. I ass. I viile. Express tioam; f Ti.tia. :wnii5.-l2p.m Mall l:pm SrOOpro fci.p-J -p.ni k.z press. 7:ltiu 7iapu 7:o llfc-op-iu A 0001110 :5plu 7:-ip' Klapiu- Aocom'n Ifctapm i:ibpiu at-npS:Sp.m Eastward. Express.. lfc&am! :60am topui &37plu I5-Ui ftlSpiui 6:12pm ll:4oamlU:l6ani Mail. Express. Accum'n. Accomn ):'illl ! I j:4"pin MahuntnK Diisln. West. Glrard Mies I WA'lOT'b' I Phal'x Kos 4:l-Vnj tPu Opm KMi 7-8Ham 7:ouaui KUnaui a- ill 4 aiu liliipni litSpln iKiipm tUUam KMam lu::i " b.tr7pm As .U0 KSoanil fc-aelu Eastward. -4pml SiZTpml fclOpml fcflOpml 5:40pm fcSauni 1M'2anj fc'Awml ?m . fcjripm :ipi :4upm StSjpml 1:50" EX ETM daily. Kiles aud Sew Lisbon R.B.TimeTaui NOVEMBER IS. 1871. T. miU.-MMI leaves Mies at s-I. arVlvTal Leetonia av 117 p.m. and ai New Lisbon at llj2a.m. leaves Mies at &ii P-m., rrlve at .x press Leetonia Vr:"t.i.. Kk.-Exorea. leave. New -. . m .rrivlne al Leetonia at e!7 a.m and at Nile at 7:47 a.m- MaU leaves NewLUbon at "U pjnLeetonla jQ. and arrive at N ilea at 4:1U. Mails Close it 'h Warren Post Office as Follows: w- vrk ntv ami roints East a. m W... nr, A A a W. R'V PiHsbur,ib,Philadelphia.ta Youngs- fkM H Vn . Wty-na CAM R y to Sharon Warren to Snaron,(8te) i P- m Cleveland, and points weataoath-4:(B p. m Cleveland Way 4:u5 P-m New xork and poiuu euat,rta LKe Khnra KV- i i - 7- f Way ria A.4G.W. Ry J NORTH. reSeraon, Way (Stage)- ..1.S0 p. m SOUTH. Way, via Nilea A N. L. By- ..9Ha.m Your attention i especially directed to the advertisement of Adams Co., in this number. One of the oldest houses, doing a large trade. They have the con fidence of the people and they really merit euccess. Their mannorcf doing business annot fail to please the trad--. Their stock is immense. Go and. see them. - THE CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. OOT. St, IS72. LOCAL and PERSONAL Risley has shell oysters. The forests are disrobing themselves of their autumnal beauty. Gor. Noyes will speak in Warren, next Saturday afternoon, Oct. 26. The "melancholy daya" are receiv ing their usual amount of notices. The weather hears the characteris tics' of tha." charming season, Indian Summer. Gov. "oy -s will positively address the Republican meeting in Warren, on Saturday mxt. Don't fail to hear the eloquent and stirring speech of Gov. Xoyes, in War ren, on next Saturday. E. B. Taylor, Ksq., will address a Republican meeting at Mineral Ridge on Saturday evening next, 26th insL By a misstep, Mr. Lambent Camp received a painful sprain in the ritrht ank'e while going to the fire on Thurs day morning last. Messrs. Martin & Christianer have erected a new carriage repository on Market Street, in place of the one de stroyed the past summer by fire. The Warren District Sabbath School Instil nte, of the M . E. Cbareb, will bold its next semi-annnal session at Vienna, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 12 and 13. The Mineral Ridge Union Schools will open the tall term on Monday. October 2i Mr. John A. Ewalt, is Su perintendent, and Miss Mary E. and Miss Alia Smith, are assistants. Mr. Frank L. LeRoy has been spend ing several days in our city taxing pho tographic views of manufactories, public buildings and private residences. Le Roy has no superior in his line. CoL Uriel H. Hutchins died at Washington City on Monday, 21st inst. His remains will be brought to this place. Funeral on Thursday, at 2 P.M., from the residence of Mr- Samuel Quioby. We are glad to be able to state that onr fellow townsman, A. D. Webb, Esq., has sufficiently recovered from his severe illness to walk from his resi dence to bis office, although he is yet very weak. We are informed that the Disciple Church at Paynes' Corners, this count , baa arranged with Elder S.S. Bartl-tt to conduct a series of meetings at that place, commencing on Friday evening, Nov. 8th, 1S72. The three story brick block, being built by Messrs. Chase & Parks, on Liberty Street, between the National House and the Post Office, is rapidly nearing completion. The building adds materially to the appearance of the street. The Nursery for November, the child's best Magazine in America, is out, and looks bright and smiling. The pic tures are pretty, and the stories are well suited to the minds of youngest readers. Published by John L. Shorey, Boston.at $1.50 a year. We learn that E der N. N. Bartlett bas just closed a very interesting meet ing of eleven days, at the Workman school house in Vienna. The immedi ate results were twelve additions to the church, eleven of whom were baptized. Ten were heads of families. Mr. John Bridle, one of the olde&t residents of Warren, died on Monday forenoon, last. His disease was an affe- tion of the kidneys, lie was aged about 74 years. Homo one of the friends more familiar wlib the lite of the de ceased, will probably furnish an obitua ry tor publication soon. The funeral takes place to-day, 10 o clock, a. ui., at the M. E. Church. Edward S. Butler, son of ex-Sheriff J. G. Butler, died on Sunday lat, at the residence of bis parents, near this city. The deceased had for some time been affected by pulmonary disease, which finally caused bis death. He was aged aboutr 26 years. Mr. Butler learned the printing trade with the. editor of this paper, and pursued the avocation of a printer much of the time since com pleting his apprenticeship. Several years since he started a newspaper en terprise in Kiles, and the effort eventua ted in the present Kiles Independent. Our forfiner townsman, M. W. Cook, was caned in Indianapolis, a few even ings since. Why and how it was done is reported in the Journal, of that city, as follows : On the removal of M. W. Cook, Eq., Superintendent oi the Indian- Nortn and 3 utrj Railroad from his headquarters in this city to Attica, his many friends at the Capital House cou ceived the idea of giving him a slight testimonial of their regard, and accord ingly, upon his arrival Saturday night, he was decyed into the parior, where, in a neat speech by U. G. Weilinaii, he was presented with an elegant gold head -ed cane. The affair was a complete sur prise to Mr. Cook, who could only ex press the pleasure be felt by bowing his acknowledgments to the company. The Vision of the Ten Horn.9, will be the subject of the sermon to be preached In Christ Church on Sunday niht next, 27th inst. All are cordially invited to attend. On Monday evening last, at the ses ion of the Odd Fellows' Lodge in tb p a.-e, Mr. Leonard Burton, I. G., was made the recipientof a beautiful regaia, which was presented to him by the members or the Lodge, as a mark of their esteem and friendship. P. G. M. Lazarus, made the presentatit sieech, which was responded to by M Burton. The regalia is really beautiful dark red velvet.trimmed with gold lace and iringe and mounted with gold in signia, the meaning of which, we sup pose, is known only to the initiated, Mr. Burton wears his "blushing honors' meekly. Two men named John Mullen and Henry Scanlon, employees at the Warn er furnace, at Mineral Ridge, got into an altercation, on last Friday evening, about moving some flat cars on the tres tie work. To stop the controversy, the superintendent discharged Scanlon, who afterwards meeting Mullen discharged a pistol at him, the Ball entering the right leg belo?r the knee. Sean Ion broke for the woods, and had not been arresteu at last accounts. Drs. McKinney and Bard dressed the wound of Mullen, The bail could not be found by probing. A shooting sflray occurred at Kel lar's saloon, on Liberty street, last Wednesday afternoon. Davy Hovrell of Youngstown, and Brewer, railroad sub-contractor, who were gam blingin the bar room, got into an alter cation, and Howell drew a revolver, whereupon the bar tender, Marion Rob- bins, interposed himself between the contending parties with a view to amica bly adjusting the difficulty. Brewer at the same instant endeavored to draw his pistol, and in doing so discharged it, shooting himself in the left hand aud Rot bins in the lower part ot the abdo men. Neither is seriously wounded. No arrests were made. On Wednesday night last, about half past eleven o'clock, an attempt was made to enter burglariously, the nouse of Mr. Charles Kistier, on Franklin street. A man was observed by Mr. K. to enter the cellar, and waa subsequently heard endeavoring to gain admittance to the npper portion of the residence there from At once conceiving the idea of capturing bim ere he should gain access to the dwelling rooms or, being frustra ted in that, leave the premises, Mr. K, sent lor one of the employes at his lively stable, close by, and together they easily succeeded in securing and retaining the would be burglar, whom they safely lodged in jail. He gave his name as Martin Stanton, and claims to have resided for some time past in Ashta bula county. To all our Headers. If you have sous, brothers, friends or acquaintances who wish to qualify tbemseivea for any of the various mercantile positions in life, we aaviae you to send them to Fel- ton A Bigelow's Business College, Cleve land, Ohio, where they will find tbe in very best advantages for getting a prac tical business education, such an edu cation as will enable them to become useful men and to find profitable em ployment at ail times. Died. Monday, October 7th, of cholera infan tum, Freddie E., inrant son of H. K. and Sarah Hapgmd,aged 13 months. The afflicted pa re. its have our warm est sympathy. Hardly have they be come" located in our Stale before tbev are called upon bv an overruling Provi dence to part witn tbe darliUK of their hearts and the joy of their household. rue ueain or any irieu.i is a aa mow to man, but wheu Lhe babe Is taken away, toe grief of the atric en parents cannot be described in words. We would ex press tbe hope that our bereaved friends may not again e called upon to mourn a visitati'u to their household of the "reaper Death." but that they may live to see their remaining children grow to a i honored and respected maturity. Mumooiat union, vci- iz. Dwelling Burned. Thursday uioroing, past three o'clock, a fire 'alarm was sounded from the West Side engine house, pro claiming the fact that the residence ol Norbert Vallin, on Broadway, was on fire. Tbe Neptune No. 2 fire company arrived upon tbe- ground and com menced Derating upon tbe fire as promptly as was possible, but not until about roe third of the bnilding was burned. The night being very calm, the bouse new, and not highly inflamable tne fire made very slow progress, and a large portien of tbe building might bare been saved Irom the flames had not the neighboring wells the only means of obtaining water given out. Under these circumstances every effort waa directed toward keeping the fire within limits, and in a short time the house was burned to the foundation. The Dawson fire company responded prompt ly to the call, bat the distance, the up hill grade and tbe heavy roads proved to much for their hand power and they did not succeed in getting to the fire. About half the lurniture and some ef the doors were saved. Owing to sick ness in the family, Mr. Va'lin had kindled a fire during tbe night, and the house is supposed to have taken fire from the pipe, as the flames were first discovered in the ceiling near the chim ney. The house was but recently built at a cost of about fifteen hundred dollars, and was insured for seven hundred iu the Underwriters, of New York. Another Pioneer Gone. One by one tbe primitive settlers of Trumbull county are passing away un til shortly not a man will be left to tell the story of early hardihood and daring. James Gillmer, who loDg lingered to hand down the history of the first settle ment of Newton, died at bia home in that township. Oct. 4th, in the seventy fourth year of his age. A condensed account of pioneer strug gles, narrated by the deceased when too weak to sit in his chair, was, by request, given to the public a few mouths since. A brief uoi ice of personal history is but a grstelul tribute and may not be uuiu-U.-resting. Bom in Washington eouuty. Pa., he with bis father's family, immigrated to Ohio iu 1S07, beinp then in the ninth year of bis age. Brought into actual contact wilh the realities of life in an unbroken wilderness at that tender age, subject to privations aud unceasing toil, together with a large amount of care, occasioned by tbe premature death of his lather, served to break down an oth erwise Bim constitution and sow the seeds of luture suffering in early man hood; yet an energetic nature and strung tenacity of lile len.theued out the dial hour, until the appointed three score and ten was mure than reach, d, when with liie'a mission ended, "As a shock of corn iu hU season," the m.ld aud beautiful autumn, tit emblem of declining age, folded the weary hands and laid the i rested head to rest. Reared in the lap of Puritanical lalth aud for nearly four decades a member of the Presbyterian church, strict adherence to the rigut as duty's prompting led the way, was the law or life. Not a perfect ui n, not above others in excellem.-e, yet, let him whose long lile has fewer stains 1 of mortal degeneracy cast the first atocs aud the name of Our Father will erer rest a lair gem in the hallowed shrine of i revering memory. a BRISTOLVILLE. Editor Chronicle: Our qniet place has got to be a ''railroad town." The shrieks of tbe lucomi ti-e are heard daily resounding among the trees, aa the "iron horse" speeds its way along the track, which has been laid to the ,, . , , . Considerable swamp in Champion. grading bas got to be done there before any more rails can be laid. Tbe citizena of Bristol have donated two and three-fourth acres of laud on the north side of the road leading to Mecca, upon which the Railroad Com pany have agreed to build a neat and substantial depot and .reight house, aud ornament tbe grounds with shade trees, Ac. Our old inhabitants are passing away. Mrs. Mary Piuk, widow of Thomas R. Pink, died Tuesday niorniug, aged 80 years. She waa a consistent member of the Congregational Church here, and had endeared herself to her many friends by her nuaOected piety and christian deportment. Greeley men do not have much to aay since tbe October election. We thii our township will give an increased majority for Grant in November. I ) Reporter, BRISTOLVILLE, Oct 19. 1872. MECCA. The congregational conference of Ma honing and Trumbull counties, held their semi-annual meeting at tbia place during tbe week, which was well represented by ministers and laymen from most of tbe churches, and some from other States, all engaging with free dom and animation in the discussion of the various aud important topica, each in the order of the programme was taken np. The productions that were given us by those appointed to open the tbe dis cuasions with essays and prepared thoughts, were in a high degree instruc tive and satisfactory. Especial interest was manifested on the subject of cheese factories running on the Sabbath. Sev eral earnest speeches were made, and to the point, and it was suggested that talk alone was not enough, aud that it was time to act in the matter ; therefore, the following resolutions was offered : Eetolved, That it is tbe sense of this conference that aendingmilk to cheese- factories to be made into cheese on the Sabbath, is-contrary to the word of God, and ought never to be practiced by christian people. The resolutions was sanctioned almost unanimously by the members of confer- enee and bretbern from different de nominations, by a rising vote. The meeting was well attended and full of interest to tbe close, and when the time came to separate, a general feel ing prevailed, that a good time had been enjoyed. Many hearts brought nearer together in Christian sympathy and fel lowship high resolves to be more ac tive for the Master in the future, and that much good bad been accomplished the cause ot Christ. C. J, is Oct 12. 1862. Shell Oysters at Ri-dey's. Lectures, By Rev. M. J. Dennis, on Jerusalem and Palestine, illustrated by Magi Lantern views, of tbe most important localities in and around Jerusalem, taken on the spot by the lecturer, on Wednea day and Thursday evening at half past aev- n o'clock at tbe Disciple church. Tbe Lectures are especially designed for Suuday Sclioo s, but are profitable alike to young and old. Admission cts. Bishop, on Main Street, Is already opening a lame stock of holiday toys. His store window Is the delight ol crowds of wondering and delighted little folks, who are counting the weeks nntil Santa Claus' arrival is due. - to MARRIAGES. Marriage Notices inserted Gratis. .... . . I... '.... - .... . . On the 17th Inst.. In Vienna, by N. N. Bart leu, JA-MivS G. 8UOTT. Esq., of How land. Ohio, and Mrs. RACHEL E. BUB N E IT. ol Vienna. Onto. In Gostavns, Oct. 18, 1S72, bv Rev.N. Tonne. Mr. D. D. HOBARD. and Miss LYDIA B ATES, both of Veinon. ihursday, Ott. -Id, near La Monte, Pettis county. Missouri, by Rev J.C.Thornton, Pastor of the Presbyierian church of Knob Norier and La Monte. Mo, Mr. W. M. RUTAN, formerly of Warren, Ohio, (now o La Monte. Mo.) and Mlsa ANNA hi. HELB, of Lancaster. Penn'a. In Libertv. on tbe 13th Inst., by E. Wake ned!, M'iss J EN E IT HAPPER to Mr. WILLIAM U. FRAZlEK. In Nlles.Ohlo on tbe 14th inst.. by Rev. M Williams. Mr. Wm. PiNKARD, of Bazet la. u Miss REBECCA SMITH, of Bazelta my ol aud bad de-neanor. as and DEATHS. DEATHS. Notice of death free-Obituary five cents per line. At the residence of bis parents. In How land, on bunday.oct 20. Ifc72, EDWARD 8. BUTLER, aged 26 years. The deceased was a Printer by trade. Du ring the lat rebellion be enlisted in the gunboat service and was with Geu.Banks in tue Red Hiver expedition. After serving tbe tune of his Onu enlistment be returned home, but shortly afterward enlisted In a cavalrv reeimenu at Cleveland, but was re jected by tne Examining Surgeon at Balti more, dui wniisi luereenusieu in a .nary land I nlanlry Company, and shortly after going into service he, with others, were made prisoners and sent home on parole. In Vleana, 0-Sept. 1st., LEWIS G.. eldest son of James H.and Augusta P. Bobbins, aged 1 year, 7 months and 23 daya In Gustavns, Mr. WILLIAM ROBERTS and wife. on the following days: He ou tue 29th of Sept., and his wife on the 14th of August. U.2. Mr. Roberts was In his 63th year. His wife In her--d year. They were both of Canton, Conn. Tuey had been married 81 years In 1816 tuey moved to this town, and aaltled npon the old homestead wnere they died. Tnelr family consisted ol 6 children, four of whom are still lit ing, 14 grand children and six g eat grand children. Tuey were both active in their family cir cle and as citizens had been efficient mem bers of i he 1st Congreg .tton at Church for be tween -o aud 50 yers. whira they will i nil-sed. we greatly synipnthize with the bereaved family aud friends, feellug tuey are uo. lost, but gone ou berore, aged pa rents fully ripe tor the .Master urn. Oct 12. 1872, ALEXANDER B.. son of M. and E. L. Kamuu, aged ID months and i day. Tne small while hands are folded now. And towl) rests tbe bright young head. And pallid Is tbe baby brow. ' our liiuliun buy, (or thou are dead. What ! dead f O Go' I and is this all T And must tbe stricken soul give o'er. And wear i'SaOKOisn like a pall. And clasp lh lovtd one never more? Ah, no! tbe bud ton pare, too fair. To br ve the chilling a lu-sol eartn. Transplanted by our rather's care. HUatl live anu uiuuui wuere cuiuesno death. Teach us; O Lord, to meekly bear And bend beueatn tne cuasieiiinK rod. To dount uo more thy te -der care. But give our idols up to God. Warren, O, Oct. 20, 1872: Of l Oct. ers, Jast All SO ALSACE AND LORRAINE. French Exodus from the Provinces. New Yore. Oct. 16. Mail advices from Alsace and Lorraine reureseut that the exodus will almost wholly depopu late tuose countries. .L-arge pumber ielt without taking more t-hau part ol their belongings with them, aud a still larger number have lelt their dearths aud homes with some clothes hung upon the end ot stick, the wile carry. ng the youngest of the children and the rest trudging oeniua. ia aietz, u la aaid. there are only seventeen remaining, ail unfit lor service. At utzerma, in Al- race, a town of sixtv tuousaud Inhabi tants, there are only turee thousaud re maiuiuir, of whom one thousand alone are qualified for service. Mo fewer than etgnteen mousaua are aiiegea to nave left during the last fortnight, reducing thepopuiation or tue town to ten thous and exclusive of twenty-tire thousand German troops who kept watch and ward over tfiem. tven iu Uarve. which ds uot seeiu a very liaely piacu to have any large number ol Alsatians aud ivorrainers, tue nuuioer who nave chosen French n -tionality reaches 1400. hese tacts are evidently making an impres sion upon me iseriliiJSf My , A and St., V The Great Trotting Contest in California SACRAMENTO. CAL. Oct 16. 1872. The race between Goldsmith Maid and Occident at tbe Agricultural t'ark course this afternoon drew a crowd of 10,000 wople, among them being many ot tbe leauiuir citizens of the State. The race was tor a purse of J. 0,000, mile heats. h ..hi. ii ini,.,... i .i,i....,h Maid bas a uoble record, aud of course ia well known throughout the eouutrv. Occident is a sorrel gelding, about nine years of age, who served .or a TIME IN A VEGETABLE WAGON. and was unknown to the public nntil purchased by ex Governor Lelaud Sum lord, President oi the Central Pacific Railroad Company, aud trained by Jai. Kofi', a well known horse man. Tbe Maid was the lavori e Irom the outset, I luo being irneiy stased on ber against too ou Occident. Botu horses seemed IN EXCELLENT TRIM. this morn in. The track was in splen did uouillllou. and tne weather benitf warm and pleasant a lively cou .est waa expected. This waa the first race lor Occideut, and no one could anticipate his action. Ills speeding K sis this inor mux were sati-lactorv. aud it was le- lieved thai he would do himself justice in tue race. THE RETTING. Pools sold in the morning the Maid forsoOaud Occideut lori: lb was to lavurite lime, but tne betting was uuil. At one o Clock, when several thousand spec. atom were in tne euclosure, the pools sold the MaldatJIOOand Occideut atfoO s.owly. Al two p. in., when the horses were walking to and fro.the Maid brought fij aud Occident fl i. SUMMARY. Umos Cocrse, Sackamesto, Cal., Oct. 16, 1872 Purse S7,o00, oil e red oy ilay listr:c. Agricultural Associaiiou; mile heats, best three iu five, iu harness. Budd Double's b. nl. Goldsmitn Main. J. L. EoH a b. g. Occidents SUMMARY. TIME. Quarter. IlUf. Mile First heat Secotio n eat.. Third heal The venerable Gerrit Smith con eludes a letter to Horace Greeley in the following plain words : Ko, uo, my old friend, the Demc cralic party is the Democratic party still. It remains as- unreconciled as ever to tbe negro. Should it agaiu come Into power tbe ouuressiou ot tbe uegro will be revived, aud the work oi tne war undone. But thank heaven for the cheering sigus that tbe days of tbe Democratic party are numbered. With tne reius in his bauds four years longer. Preside u Grant will make a finish of Ku Klux ism ; and a tiuisLi of Ku-Kluzism will be a finish of Democracy. Ku Kluxistn and Democracy being one, will die one death, aud go into one grave. Tbe Chicago Times the leading Demo cratic organ in the North-west gives the following correct view of the Octooer electio.is in Ohio, Pennsylvania and In diana : Tbe verdicts that are thus rendered by these three ereat States are positively final as to Mr. Greeiey's election, tie an teas much defeated as if the elec tions of November were over and the of ficial returns received to prove him in a cou emptible minority. U is most san guine supporters have scarcely Claimed that be could be elected unless the coal itionists carried two out of tbe three principal stales that voted Oct. Sth.l and now tQAt tney have not carried oue, nia a.e is absolutely settled. Lost. On Monday. Oct. 14th. 1K72. on State Road betweeu r'armluirton and T. HodKe's Ufu- cery, ou Turupike. a small Turkey Morocco csaienei, containing oue auiri, some iuiiars, HauUkercuieis aud a Masonic liambakiui apron. The nuder will be liberally rewarded sending tnem to tne uuaersigueu, ai West Farmingum or informing huu where they may be louud. W. M. bMIIH. UtiiM, is.i Ereuiug Writing' Class. N I. J..nes. will commence a course In practical wrlllug. ol 24 ivssuua, in a room t n tueseeoud Uoorul VKULnHd ckley a Jew lrv otore. tiimuieuviDii on Tuesday eve- uiuif Oct. :enh- at Hi. o'clock, luilioo ft.uv Ladies aud eutleuieu areeordiaby invited joiu cue class, specimens can be seen al na loot of tue stalls. Loci 1. Good Negatives Are money at Interest, poor ones worse than lue amsll-pox In a Gallery. Reasons: Poor neaalives give but very lew extended orders, as the first order is all ttie caugetrlduf. Oood negatives are continu al making fresh work for the priuter, fht profits accr-iug there rum ainoauilng in cases enough to pay the ruuulug ex. of a first ciass Gallery. 1 nis is one il thrre were nut many othrra. why very beu work should nuder -11 elrcuui- be dune. prolesa to nuderslaud business in detail, aud the training ol heip. so tt at no advantages are takei. a few oonrs or days absence on my part, I would as soon discharge a hand for work as lor melt, or any otuer mis- Moral: Tnose whopairouixe the Eualand uailery will be sure of getting good work as is kuowu to the art, and at VI ug prices. Memember the niouo Good work aud living Drlcea " at the sign of tue Revolving Pyramid. RICE, Artist. Shell Oysters at Riesiy's. Magic of the Mouth. Odoriferous Sozodont renders the month enchanting. Composed of rare anllse.-llc herbs. It Imparts wbilenessto the teeth, a delicious flavor-like aroma to the breath. preserves intact, Irom youth to age.lhe teeth. Spaulding's Glue, handy, mends everything The great popularity of the lamons Hal- Leicestershire Table Sauce is owing. pan. to Its adaptation to all Soups, r ish ud Meats, masiug each aud all more deli cious to the taste. This Is really tue priuce superior flavors. For sale by all grocers. Look at the immense Stock, And you will be pleased. Zealous to tailsly all my old customers Aud determined to make many new ones. Right good clothing.aud nothing else Dut Upright dealing, at the N. Y. Clothing Store of D. M.Lazaras, Main St.,Warren,Q. Shell Oysters at Risley's. Musie&l CoDTeutiou. C. C. Case conducts a four days Convention Mesopotamia, commencing Tuesday. 13th, closing on Friday night with a grand concert, au lovers of music are In vited to attend. (pet. lt-2t. Lamps and Lanterns. Stratton'a Drng Store. Cran Berries. A nice lot Just received at McConnell's Fresh Fish And Cleveland Sausage ree'd fresh every evening, at McConuell's. Gorhsui's, Farina, Picnic Boston and Lemon Crack by the bul. at Clevelaud prn.es, freight added, at McConuell's. Sarlain Sure. That at no d!' e in Warren enn von bu v a betwr Cigar than at Stratton'a Drug store. received last week. Shell Oysters at Risley's. ngli-h Tickles And a large stock of Fresh Canned Goods rec'dal Jas. McConuell's. the Popular Brands of tysters at McConnell's Pining Rooms, Main Si. Those Large Seltct Oyster For frying, always fresh at McConnell's Cases Fresh Cove Oysters, Inst received and for by the case or can, al way down prices, James Met onueli'a. Shell Oysters at Risley's. old Workman Has returned to stay with me permanent ly and is now ready to make or mend any thing wlncu comes in our line. Guns and Sewlug Machines are our socialites. N. a. TYLER. Horse. good sound, family Horse, five years old sale for a lady to drive, for sale cheap. Enquire al Tyler's Gun Store. No. 3 Main warren, O. bcU-it, Latest Millinery Arrival. Fall and Wlntei Styles Just received by M. A M. Foruian. Shell Oysters at Ritley's. Ladies Do not fall to call soon and see those beautliul long Ostrich Feathers. Tips and ings at M. i M. Forman's. Children's Hats. . specialty; also fats and Bonnets or all styles. Watered and Gros Grain Ribbons, Sasots, Neckrlles. the moat beautiful ever brought to warren, at M. A M, Forman's. ai see A are Be on 20 A To the Et and To The per free the ttud or Call At the Popular New York Nothing House, the best and cheapest clothing lor Men, Boys, and Cnll- uirn. lorn? anu see. Yours truly. D. M. LAZARUS. Maltbj's U. & M's. And all the other popular brands, at Mc ConueU's. All Goods Delivered Free of charge, by McConnell. foilet Articles. New stock Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, &o. HOYT SPEAK. Warren 0., !ent. 24, 1S72. Having sold my Coal Yard toC. H. Angs tadt I would reconiineud my patrons io bim, who win inrnisu mem wun coal al reaouable rates. n. RICHMOND, Oct. 9,-lt. Accidents ! Insure against accidenta In the Accident fnsurauce Company of HarUord, Conn. (1.U Assets one milium OtWJora. Apply to WHITTLESEY ADAM., Agent, Warren. unio. locktt-u. Ladles Hair Braids, Putts, Frizzes, Curls and Pompadour can be had at M. A M. r'orman's. Notice. AH persons indebted to me either by note or book accouul are requested to call and settle the same very soon. My books and notes can be found with A. Iana, Esq , at r arm ington center. W. W. WoLlOlT. raruiiuglon. Oct 1st, l72-4t. Shell Oysters at Risley'a. Honors for the Darts Macliliine. The Davis was awarded tbe first premium at me Mahoning Va ley Agricultural Aa elation, held al Newton t alls, Sept. M, 25 aud ai. It was awarded all the flrsi premi nins on machine work at the fair held at Garrellsvitle, Oct. 2d, 3d. and 4th. Call and see 11 al King's Jewelry store. Warren.O E.S. KNEELANlr 4 CO., Agents. Oct. 9-3 1. I Sow Uave on Hand a large stock of Universal Clothes Wring ers, and Can supply the trade at factory pri ces. H.B. Tyler. No. S Main Su Fur a Good hquare Meal Go to McConneli'a Main St aud Rakery, Restaurant No. Main St., Warren. Ohio. E. HIRSHF1ELD. Proprietor. A. E. ' aan K, Manager. Millinery Goods. For Fall and Winter, Just opened, at GCNLEFINGER t BRO. Caution. Fvery gee nine box of Dr. MeLant't Liver Pill bears the signature of Fleming Bro'., Pittsburgh Pa., and their Private United states stamp. "Take no other." Tha market ia full of Imitations. Prerulnm Carriages. Save the nice paint on yonr carriage- by buying a nice sponge and Chamois Skin. The cheapest, place and largest assortment at stratum s Drug store. Hong Kong, . Amoy. via Suez Canal. Inst arrived with a fresn invoice of fine Teas. For low down prieet go to H. G. Stratton a Co. Sponges, Sponges, All kinds and orices. at Stratum's Drag aiore. Shell Oysters at Risley's. Here is a Chauce. Dana's Musical Instltut are about cur- cnasiug aneievam baud wagon lor me baud couneeed witu I lal inatiiuiion. and Imy offer lue following to a number of young ladies who wisn to help raise the amouui necessary 10 complete i u Out of live youug ladle -. the one getting the largest number of votes al 25ceuteper voleornve voles for one dollar, will be awarded a flue gold watch and chain. oul ol nve young ladles, toe one getting the targesl number ol voles al loots each. n eiegaui gold cn-tin. out ol five youug ladles, the one getting lue largest number id voles ai iu els eacn.an eiegaui ilng. valued al twenty dollars. To unyyeuno ludy gelling the most votes ! cis eaci1, a sen iiatsu ip toroneyear al OKua s Musical institute, valued at fio. Fur the ltoys. Out of three boys the one getting the most votes a i luceutaeacn a nice amait- vioiiu. Out of live boys the one getting the unad voles ai 10 ceuis each.au eiegaui brass snare drum, vaine.i al fourteen dollars. Parlies wishing i.work tor auy or thi prizes will call al the Institute, - lute which prize .bey wUh to enter air. and receive ineir subscription wwk. liuua's Musical Institute has done mnch thecity, financially, and the parties who may work lor Drizesaaouio receiveaiioeral sibscrlptiuu from all. N ilea has given ber aud au eiegaui wagon, aud our city should iuai ner oanu, wuicn is a permanent in stitution, receives the attention It deserves. Oct. 8. 1672. Fiue Lot oi Oranges and Lemons. fresh and nice, at McConuell's. Bear This In Mind. Our Fall and Ulnttr stock has been bonght t an unparalleled advantage, fiultalo Clothing House, No. 2 Mala fct. (That Boots It, Whether Grant or Greelev is elected so long as the citizens of Warren and vicinity we'll aud satisfactorily clothed, at the Buflalo Clothing House, No. z Main St, O, how 11 does the hearts of all delight. To see bow the B. C. H. comes oui ol the fl.ht; But tue logy dealers still rave and scold, W rule Uie B.C. 11. s Lauds ever ready aud bold To sell goods at nnnrecedfntlv low orices Assure yourself that such is the fact by cal ling at tue buitalo Homing House, No. 2 Malu Street. the Laughing? Stock Of the whole community by n t buying your Clothing and f-'u-nlshiug Go da at the uunaio ciotuing tiouse, Ao.ztaii si. Shell Oysters at Risley's. Bargains at King's! Now is tbe time to buy everything in the way of Watches. Clocks, Jewelry and Plated are, cheap, at King's Jewelry Store, 7 Main St. Call aud see. Elegant Display Of Overcoats; for best in this market call d. m. Lazarus. Cents a Pounu, Fresh Green and Black Teas received last week. We are selliug them at 2o cents a pound reduction from old prices. Hoy' A Spear, No. 6 Main St New Departure From old prices. We have reduced th3 price of all our Teas, from 10 to cents per pound. HOYT SPEAR. the EeUil Trade. We retail the freshest and best goods in market, GATES A L'ELIN. ei J Tiling- In tne eating line to be had at McCon nell's. L'xainiue the Stuck of Dry Goods Just opened at GL'.NLEFINGER BRO'8. New Goods, New Styles. Fashion's rich and changing dyes. Vie with autumn s tinted skies. Many auadeaol brilllaut hue. Silks aud Ribbons bring io view; Neckties, liuteu auc Brocaded, Pialded, chauseable and Shaded, Peacock, Vunure, Heron, usirich, Furuisu Feathers, rare and rich. VicUM ia swiichea. Braidsaud Nets, Ohiguous. r leu us. Curls aud Jets, Zepliyr Houds lor little babies. Caps anu xtarbes foragrd ladles. For Hals, Ml. biauu anu ifhatuouni Revere, Gleudaie, and Nomine.-. The Bonuel'. dignity dolu add, And luakelh the heart of woman glad, E. POTTER CO. Lanterns And Lantern Globes, three kinds, best in market, Chicago, Petrlesa, and Brilliant. Come in aud lake a look. Sl'RATTOS'S Drug Store. Christ Church, Warreu. Divine service every Lord's Day, both morning aud eveuiug, at tbe usual boars, on Thursday evenings, heats raxa. all who will worship with ns a cordial welcome is extended. Tbe ushers wilt cbeeriully provide seats for all who come. 4prl lW Tide of Emigration Turned. seekers for new homes are pouring into Southwest Missouri, attracted byihechea-p Lands of the Atlantic A fucijtc Jiatiroaii Company. Tnis Company oners 1,200,000 Acres of the flueal lauds in the world, al from i2 to $U acre, ou seven years' lime, and wilh trausportatlou to all purchasers. Tnis road, Sever Blockaded d-j iwiw, is des tined to bed tiue the national hlguway be tween New York aud sau Francisco; and to ludusirious lariut re of older states we earuesny recommend this laud of cheap noiiiea. sure thai unwnere can tue Mjor mau a more grateiul climate, a belter soil. greater pnducuveuess. ror mil inioriuaiiou, wun maps auu Pamphlets, address: AMOS TUCls: Laud Commissioner, Hi South 1-ourili cireel, St. Louis. loci. at the City Bakery For your premium bread and blscnlta. Octii- K.WALpECK, ol in our his lhe ion lhe of free fad by vo been 1872. OCTOBER 1872. Fare Ground Spices, Fare Ground Spices. SPICES PURE, SPICES PURE. II. G. STKATTOS & CO. AT THE Market St. Drag Store, Can give you Pare Ground Cinnamon, Can give you Pure Ground Alsplce, Can give you pnre Ground i loves. Can give you Pore Ground Pepper, Can give you Pnre Ground Ginger. All the ground spices we sell, we warrant STRICTLY PURE, And fresh ground. One trial will convince me mi skeptical that what we repre sent is a true lact. Also whole Spi ces of every kind at Low Down Prices. We have Just received a fnll .apply of RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, LEM0NS And a few Fruit Jars at Reduced Ftourtt, neaoquariers or cine leas, conees. Dugara ana une Groceries generally We are always happy to show any thing we nave to sell. tUT COME AXD SEE US. HG. STRATTON & CO., market st. drug store. 1872 FALL & WINTER 1872. BOOTS & SHOES FOR THE XILLIOX. Ifyou wantamiAwutowearon tbeieetgo to S.L. UUiT&S0i' Main and Market Streets, And look through tbe iatmenw stock of Boots and Shoes for H'all and Winter Wear, now being opened. HEADQUARTERS FOR Rubber Boots. S. L IIUT & m. The "72 Steam Washer Took the first premium at the Mahoning couuiy Fatrneid lu cauneid October 1. Ibe steam Wasner bas oeeu before lue peop.e luis county nearly four moutha, has been cousiaut use aif ot Ibal iitne by many of best ciu zens, all of whom are uuanl- nioiiH iu lis praise, f or macuiuea or lowu- suip rights address the uudersigned, al Jules, oiiio. Mr. A Mrs. a. BARTLETT. Shell Oysters at Risley's. Wm. H. Uenuiug-er, Auctioneer. Will give prompt attention to all eugage- meuis as Auctioneer, at public sales. Hav ing had sixteen years experience in lhe busi.-ess. satisfaction uarauleed. lernut reasonable. Othce al the Buflalo Clelhiug House, No. 2 Main Sl w arreu. and all let ters sent me may be In care oi the B. C. H. Sept. awmo" For Mowing; Machines, Caster Oil, Lard Oil, Crude Meeca OIL HOYT A fc EAR. How to go West. This is an inquiry which every one should have trulliuUst answered Delore he starts on Journey, aud a tune care taken iu ex amination o- rioutea will io uiauy cases save much trouble, lime and money. 'lue c., B. a it. R. H.," ruui-iusirum Chi cago, through Gulesbu.g to buinugion. and "l., b, dt W. huu nc," ruuuing irolu iudi anapolis, through blooiningtou lo tturhug- nave acuieveo aspieueiu repuiaiiou in last two years aa lue leading Passenger Routes to the weal. Al ourllnglou Iney connect with the B.IM.H.H. anu from lhe great Buriiugluu Route, which inns direct luro' aoihei u lowa loiseoiaska and jtausas. wilh close couuecllous to culUuruia aud the Territories, auo passengers slarliug from Trumbull Couuiy. ou their way westward, cannot do belter than lo lake lue BuaI.su tuh OUT. This Llue has published a pampniel called How to go Ileal," which couiaius much valuable lufornialiou: a farge correct map l-ie Great Weal, which can be obtained ot charge oy adorestiug lue General Paaseuger Agent R. A M. K. IV. Burllugton, lowa, ' Clothing" For fat men, for lean men. for short men, r tall ineu. for ricu meu. lor poo. men. in Homing lor all nun, al the Bufiaio Clulhlng House, No. 2 Malu St. Base Balls and a Bat, Steel traps tur a rat. lue auus lor fcue ttovs. Small uuus, lhalare Toys, Carpel Sweeps, lor the Ladies, And swiuas lor lhe Baby 's, Sewing Machines, that are very neat. And we a.esure they can't be beat. Certain to suit tbe various mluds. For we have all the different kinds. A I Tyler's, No. 3, Main BL. VYarrec, Ohio Aug. u. l5.-u, Wakbks, ohio, Dec. 20, 1S7L Insurance Agencjot Whittlesey Adams, Market Street. "IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY," of London established Isutt. paid up capital and ac nraulated fnnds. Eight Million Dollars, (Gobi) unimpaired recent losses. We ara jusiided is saying that there ia 'sTBoSuau purely Fire Insurance Com pany In Ibis country than lhe "IMPERI AL. ' Wiih no Lue liability. Its laige Capital and Asselts are solely aud only lor protection against tire. We present it lor patronage, with assurances that any losses occurring under our issues, will btve lhat prompt attention which 'lu tne past has a marked' leal ure of this Agency. WHITTLESEY ADAMS, Managlug Agent for Trumbull Co. Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Headaches and' Habitual Costlvenera speedily and permanently cured by J. W. Daily, M. !., Saling., Kansas, Address with stamp. " oot, i. 3mo. at lb: 1 b. the for for the lor t The for ing to-dry of ar- ty. - 26c pay 14c Id to him bia near what down wife's THE MARKET REPORT. Ornrt WaaraRii muntava CH0Kir. wabhh Ohio, Ocu 22.KC1.; WOOL 60 55 ftsANs-umi per bnsheL. rLni'K su.;? to .0.25 HAY-11219,15 OATS ris 4) CR.N(old)-Ear35e: Shelled c. DRII-'I APPI.Kh. StoSa BUTTER Fresh Roll 18c TALLow u7e I'Httisb-twuir) iO al2'4 HAMs. Country cured be LAR1 4'ouuiry rendered, 8e POKK Sofeo perewt. . Potatoes new oOtoSO FLAX EE1 i.70 POULTRY Turkeys live 10c. " dressed ISe Chickens live 7c dressed 10 HIDES Green. WH 07c; calf sklna 10 12" reita ai.uu I WARREN RETAIL MARKET. pxa bakkkx. racxLA asors. Flonr white Wht.1050 hyrnp,extra.75tol,00 do Amb. Wbl 9.W cider Vinegar 2S do Spr'g Will. 8 Ht Carbon OU 40 nucawneai nour per. Lard oil, Mto 1.00 sack.-T7 I Unseed Oil 80 V hiu Lime I.W Boiled Oil W gaL 85 salt , t,ij, Aborts s ewt 1,10 mraimD hoorn Meal, bolted Batter per lb 20 tfewt 1 BeeL Dried . Corn MeaL unbolt- Hams Sag. Cured. 17; ed cwl l.fln do Countrv do.!2U Chop Feed I.60wl Sides do do In oil Meal ewt 1 80 Sugar. Brown l0tol.!.;Timothy seed S3.75 Sugar, Coaeei-i;RKl Top $2,uv Sugar, CrushediiiLlover JtiO G.B.Cod Fiah a niie uema n.iio White Fish s,,Potatoe newV Soto 75 aaacxereii4ftyld nr-eacuc-M, peal u V n Cheese IS I do anpealed 1012U Lard. 2U: 1 Prunes, Turkish lo Candies. Tallow, do Stearins. ui--u i Molasses gal ..In do N. O. ft gal .100 do Star, v. i jaapie ay rap, Cleveland Wholesale Market. MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 21 1872. Flour Tbe market is steady with a fair demand. City made XXX White $9.25; XX amber $4.75; XX red No 1 (3.-5; X red No 2 87.75a8.0O. Wheat Weak and inactive bnt nom inally unchanged. No 2 red winter held at Sl.40al.4L No 1 at "1,52. No sales were made. Cobs Unohanged bnt dull. Low mix ed, tresh receipts held nominally at 47a, high mixed, at 4Sc Ears ou track at 45c Oats No inquiry, but prices steady. No 1 new held at SJc ; No 2 at 31c Old at 36c Ktb Demand light and few sales. Prices are standing nominally at 60aC5c for No 2 and 70a75o for No 1 State. Barley The market is dull and nominal at 75ca1.00 for Western. Lakd lhe demand is fail at 10c, for city rendered in kegs; a94c do in tier ces. Country rendered eaSJc Smoked Meats The market is ac tive and prices hrm. City sugar cured Hauis, canvassed, 15c; do Snoulders, 8c; do Breakfast Bacon, 9ial0c. Dried Beef, can vaased, 18a20c Beef Tongues, ft). 25 per dozen. Bctteb The msrket is not essential ly cbauged but choice table selections are commanding a shade lower prices. Lower grades steady with fair inquiry. Strictly choice firm at 23-tlioc; lair to good 18a21c; inferior qualities ranging at 10a 12c- Cheese Prices sre firm, but market dull. Factory is billed in good lots st 14Jc; choice selections at 15c in a ama.1 way. Egos In active request; supply be low tbe requirements of the market. Fresh are iu good request at 20a-7c. Poultry The demand i good, and receipts ant readily takeu al the lollow ing prices: Live chickens firm at 10c. turkeys 12c Ducks 3.50i.00 per dozen. Osioss Demand fair, with liberal receipts, and prices steady. Selliuu- at (2.50-2. 75 per barrel, truui store, and 60 aboc per bushel ror biack s. ed from wag ons. Oils Linseed selling freely in jol lots at Soc fur Raw aud Pic fur Boiled. PoTATots Trade ia still active, and price are held hrmly. Peach Biows are selling at 65c, io car lots, aud at 70a75c from store. Early Hose dull sua noon ual. Dkied Apples -Prices are better es tablished and show a lower range. Th otlertngs are large and demand i nly lair. New quarters heal at boi. Fkath Ktts First quality SOittOc; com mon 50a55c per pouud. Mors encuaneea ana qutet ew Western aud New York Belling; at 30a 40c Lime White is in good request at 1,30 per barrel, w ater is nrut aud steady. we quote: Akron and Oswetro ei.fO : Liouiavuie cement, s i,yu. pastkb Land Piaster in good de mand and selling at a range of S9,50a lo.uO per ton; Calcined Plaster ranges at ,50a3,UO per barrel. Salt In good request and prices hrm Coarse 2,15, tine 2,00 per bbl. Leadet NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEW YORK, Oct. 21. Beeves Receipts since Friday, all on sale Saturday and to-da were 32s cars, or 5,700 bead, making 9,500 for the week, against 10,200 head last week. iexaus were not plenty out were oi a tietter qua lily than usual aud were readily sold at Baltic per 9, the latter figure ior 8 cam of very choice. Oood prime native steers were also in demand full prices, ranging Irom 12aI4a per oue extra lot ol 4 car loada averaged HJc per lb, to dress 60 lbs to tbegioss ewt. Rough thin native steers and oxen were, dull and weak. Not a few lots were sold at leas than 10c per lb, while average ol tbe market waa uot over lu. Compared with Monday last. exans are fully io per lb higher, but native cattle are unchanged. Sieep aud Lambs r rush offerings to amount to lO.ZUO head, making 21,000 bead for the week, against 2J.800 asiweek. La i.Ds are on about jo per Sbeep barely hold their own and market closed dull at 5aojc per lb ordinary to prime sheep and 61aS4 common to prime lambs. Some of poorest lots of both sheep and lambs were sold on leg at ,00a2,25 per head. Hogs Arrivals yesterday and to day h cars or 18.000 head, making the total the week 44,700 head, agaiust 43,000 bead last week. Live hogs were quiet blaoic per tb; dressed were inactive at 61a7ic, ouiy light pigs are selling for more than io. I Live Stock Market. CHICAGO, Oct. 21. to- demand is fair for Texans for pack- ud "or good corn fed. Prices are nrm $3.504,00. with a lot of extra averag l-b4 lbs at f4,55. Nothing was doue by shippers. Shipmeula Satur day L53U head. IIogs Receipts to-day 6.8S3 head. The market is quiet and weaa. The sales ranged at &t,30a4,GO. Tbe weather is tia. warm for pacaiug and sui pers are out ibe market. hipuieuls Saturday ,501 bead. East Liberty Cattle Market. East Liberty Cattle Market. EAST LIBERTY, PA., October 21. Cattle Market is slow and arrivals heavy. Best o,o,io ; Blockers $3.00a3,5u. Prospects dull. SHfcKP Market bud aud arrivals plen Rest r-),25a5,75 ; ruediuiu 4,75a5,0O; commou 3.5ua4,25. Prospect bad. liuua ilarkel dull and arrivals he ivy. Piiiladelpbia v4.80ul,90 ; Yorkers fl,3o a4,4C. ProHpevla dull. Western Reserve Cheese Market. The following are billing prices of dealers upou orders, pricea.paid by the same to producers being from lc to lie lower. Hudson. Tbe market is quiet. We quote billing prices at 13jaH4c Butter Milk 12allc, as last quoted. Solo!. We quote paying 13al3Jo ; billing 14al4Jc Raves N4. The cheese market is in active and without xuuement. Dealers 13a 14c. Billing prices range from to 14Jo. Ac bora. We consider the market a very unsatisfactory state with prices nominally the same, 13jal4c, bll!i prices. "Tommy, toy son, what ars you going do with that club?" "Send it to the editor, of course." But what are you to send it to the editor r" ''Cause he says if aiiybody will send a club, he will send them a copy of paper. ' The mother came pretty tainting, but retained conscious ness enough to ask, "But, Tommy, dear, do suppose be wants with a cmb T" "Well, I don't know," repiipd the hopeful urchin, "unless it's to knock subscribers as don't pay lor their paper.' Horace Greeley declines to visit Chica go, because of the delicate state of his health. where aillc CAMP, RANDALL & CO. Retail Price Current. Corrected Weekly Wuin Ohio, Oct. 22,87 Btrmta Wheat, WTilta dO Amnr do No. 1 Ked do No. 2 do Rye, No. 1 ao z... Corn, shelled. No. 1 do do do 2. OS's HILLISfl. D. W. camp's Snow Flake, Ky. - ii i per nr.i ,, -J10.59 Magnoiia -los.u Star Jd.Ua XX White Michigan do lu.'U Western Reserve Mills, pure Amb'r do 9,oU superior Mills AAA Red Atlantic do XX do do Florence do XX Spring do .5o Empire do Common do 7,7 j b. w . r lour oo Der sack Rye Flour do... Corn Mttal, per band red do da rsilLMd dn . Lev , L75 1.00 Chop Feed. O. A C. pure do uo ao common do. Midllngsinue) d. do (coarse) do . l.tw . U . U l,fo . 76 cynoria ao . OH Meal do Corn, per bushel old sheiled os is. . sail, Saginaw per bbL. do York state, do do F. F. D. do do New Lisbon . X.5U SOIar White Lime ner bbl. LouisvilleOmenL Watet Cement do. 1 jfl The above di i ne anove pi lees will Desnbjecttoauetui lions with oth er markets, always aiming to pay the highest price for grain, and 11 as cheap as tne cheapest. Remem ber tbe place. next door to McLain's Shoe store. In room formerly occupied by Trumbull Nau Bank. au our goods warranted aa represented. Come and aee na. A liberal deduction al. lowed to parties that buv large quantities. LOOK OUT ! FOR THE IMMENSE U ANTT1ES OF FALL GOODS I As they arrive at ESTABLISH MET' The proprietor now being In the east ma king eoastant purchases of the most FASHIONABLE ZDxxra.lolo Goods In his purchases he haa In view the varied wants of his numerous customers, and will, therefore, be enabled to suit all, aa regards tfTTLS, QUALITY AND PRICE. Sept, -A 172. MERCHANT TAILORING T WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN 1 form my old CQ8Umr ad ibe public HcrchautTailoring business on my own account, and can be fonnd at the corner of MAKKET t LIBEETI STREETS. WARREN, OHIO, Where I have a large Stock of FIE FRENCH, RERMA5 AND E5GLISII O Xi OTHS AND CASSI MERES. pnblic are invited to call and examine my NEW STOCK OF GOODS, Personally selected by myself, which com prises the AND MOST Fashionable Styles LV THE MARKET. have adopted the practice of nstng only the BOUT and most FASHIOSA BLE linings lhal can be bought, aud will try to give the same satisfaction to my customers as heretofore. PLS.ASE CALL A EXAXIXEMY STOCK II. BOIIL. Warren. O.. August 28, 1872-t o r I w EH O rl o EH fa o O u CO D O z H h1 3 o C3 If o 0 2 H EH .J H O -J o o ml . lis U D D O U CO fl f-l P H O J. ZRAUtS & GO'S GREAT WMM HOUSE 120, 122 ana UA Ontario St., CLEYELaSD, 0. impo areas amb seilsbs is Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings, Wla4ew Kkaees, Crakes, Lace ami Damask Cartalaa. Also,Manufacturers J: Dealers ia all kinds of FURNITURE AMD Looking Glasses. The only establishment west of New York a co piele outfit can be btained m furnlshluza n rat-class residence, Irom the lo cellar. aAII Goods sold at Importers' 'and Uauutacturera' prices. Kept. l-ano. H sold Fine Oct. MLT. We have just opened another new supply of Fancy Suitings, Fancy Pants patterns and NEW shades ia English Kerseys for Overcoats, which we will make to order in our well known perfect manner, and would he pleased to hare our customeis, and others, call and see them. FOR LADIES. Owing to the large quantities which we boy in BEAYEES, we offer spe cial inducements in prices, variety and quality, to any Lady desiring to purchase material for a Cloak, and will be pleased to show our stock to any one. MISSES FORMAN Havejustreturned from theeast,wlth one o tbe finest selections ol FALL A5D WISTEE MILLINERY GOODS ever brought to this place, and they would respectfully invite the Ladies to OALiTj 80017 and see their fine stock of O RNAMENTS For the hir, hats and bonnets, tips and wings and long Ostricli Feathers, FL0WIBS ft WREATIIS, WATEEEiiA GROS GSACI E1BB0XS, FAXCY HAIR IIBBOJiS. A5D SASH EIBB0X3, 5ECK TIES Of all kinds. Chlldrens' HA TS. SONNETS AND HATS of all kinds and styles. BRAIDS, PCFFS, FBIZZIES, CUBLS ft POXPADOrES, BP ALL KINDS. Oct. 2. 1872. HotuewtvM it erer Yoa would be wIm, Hasbnd's Tobacco Nwr diitpise; Pea. m&kiog Tobacco Thy aid 1 Invoke. In love or In boaincss, Tiiere'a magicia smolce. 41 IX. GATES. JOBBER OF Tobacco & Cigars, MAEKETST., w arren, O la iO. The following brands always w hand au as low aa the lowest: Cut. Smoking. A A AAA Eagle. Deer Tongue, You Oot Iu Dnrhanj, KUlekanik. Imperial, Diadem. Plain, Senate, Alba rubra. Cigars from JljtofCOper Boi. We Warrant all Goods. A. B. GATES. G II A N D EXPOSITION Dress Good AND I Dry Goods. FALL 18T2. A.TY. EMIN & CO. 172 and 174 Federal St.. ALLEGHENY. PA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. EXTBAOBDIKAHr - BARGAINS , 1JC2.