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Trains leave torn stations as follows: A. e. W. R. West. I Burg lBw'iia- Was- I HuC I burg. I mic. Braoe- viile. mJBlT!!. t-xprr ,., Acocm'n.. Acoom'n l:SOpm T:iuun t:S6pm lfeaipm x-OOpm 7:lspm 4: Stem! trpmi5ip.iii J:Mnifcipjn I- 16pm I Eastward. Expn Mali. ltt2Jam t:60am 7:40pm fcSDpm L-aupm 12rpml SrKam fcaipm fcltem :15pm fcsrpm 5:13pm wneiir Division. Wert. QlmA Nlles I WAaTlLeVb'g Phal'a NoS KM Ae AO I 4.-lSpn 4:25pm 7:am 7:60am U:mjlS:10pm kU6 I fcfcam 40pmj tfcOnaml litSpm fc:&am fcOSpm saam UHX-em fcMua 10:30 (MTptn Eastward. I fciOpml :Zrpml fciopm wpni kt :5aui mn KBm fioMii , it I ssifinm 4Jbmn Ktupm mwi The 4:46 p m. wast, awl the t:26 a n, east Qally KiluuSew Lisbon E.B. He Table NOVEMBER IX. W7L leaves Nlles at PJJ-. "Jves l Leetouia t7:AU. and New Lisbon at :. . i., garth. Express S,u.Tndit Nlleeatf:7e.m. Mall ivis am amvinf a- wewnit leaves New Lisbon at f.m.nwmin sm, and arrives at Nlles ataxia. Malls Cle t laeWarreaPwt Office u ioiiowsx It ART. New Yovk City aad points BatA4B a-jn W-M A. . W to Way- Warranto Last. i c. m. r Bharon, (8tf- to Sharon fr0 L00p.i Cleveland, and points westsooth- m Cleveland War - P- New York and polnu at, ma L. m wt'La Q. W. R J p. xo NORTH. lefferaon, Way (8tag- -1:80 p. n SOUTH. Way, fa Nil N. L. B'y- W0a.m Tour attention la eapeaaUy dirted to the advertisement of Adams 4 Wn in '.number. One of the oldert bouses, doing, large trade, .j"? fiderjce of the people and they really merit sueee-s. belr Easiness cannot tad to please the trade. Their stock ia Immense. Go and aee them. ' The Chronicle. WIDHTSDAT. EOT. a, ISO. LOCAL and PERSONAL Mr.MJL.Patmore has disposed of his residence on Liberty Street to Mr. Joe. Ketterfield, for H,600. Got. Noyea has issued a proclama tion appointing Thursday, the ZSthlnat., as a day of public thanksgiving. Elder N. N. Bartlett, of Nile, will commence a protracted meeting at the Disciple Church In Howland, on t riaay evening, of this week. The iron work for the ew bridge Leina- built at the lower end of Main Street has arrived, and the work on the atructare will be resumed immediately. The bridge will be completed in about three week. Remember the Sociable at Good Templars' Hall, to-night, at which all members of the order and their friends are to Pass an hour in pleasant and profitable social intercourse. A large attendance is expected. In an altercation provoked by Win. Brodwick with Thomas Knowles, at the Tolling mill, yesterday, Brodwick struck Knowles on the head with an iron bar, fracturing hia aknlL Although Knowles' Injury U severe it ia not of a fatal char acter. . ' Messrs. Richards A Bona, of this place, haye given notice that they will hereafter make their payments on Mon day Instead of Saturday. It 1 believed that this change will do away with much of the evil resulting from the former system. Hallow E'en, or "Snap Apple Night' was an occasion of peculiar importance to a portion of our juvenile population who celebrated its annual recurrence by curious games, appreciated moat by the "masters of mischief who haunt the nocturnal hours." The ladies of the different churches of this dry will hold a meeting at the aesalon room of the Presbyterian church, on Saturday afternoon, one o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Ladies' Be nevolent Association. The object of this association is to supply, as tar as possi ble, the necessities of the poor of our city incident to the winter months. Scanlou, who shot Mullen, a few weeks since in an altercation at Mineral Kidga, and attempted to escape by run ning off, returned home the same night of the aflair,and was arrested, tried before Esquire Joseph Stuart, who reoognized him in the asm of 11000 for hi a appear ance at Common Flea Court. In de tault of bail he was committed to the county jail. At a meeting of Warren Temple cf Honor No. 29, held on Friday even--., the 1st insL, the following officers elect were installed for the ensuing term by Deputy M. T. Baldwin : W.C.T,D.M. Lazarus; W. V. T A. J. Frank ; W.R, J. H. Slater; W. A. R, D. H. Heckling er; W. F. B., L, M. Bice; W. Treaa., Isaac Lapham ; W. John Long ; W. D. M Enoch Masters; W. Sent, B. L. Peters. The A. T. A P. Railroad Company has purchased a tract of land extending from Market street to the north line of Mr, James Forbis' land, 100 feet wide clear through, on the west aide of. the track of the railroad, on which to erect a station house, freight house, &c They bare also purchased one half acre of Mr. Forbis on the east side of Bed Bun, where they will erect an engine house and turn table. The contract for the building of the engine house has been let to Pittsburgh parties, and the work is to proceed promptly to completion. The Cleveland Lead of the 1st inst. says: Yesterday afternoon, be tween faux and fire o'clock, Mr. F. P. Green, a resident of Bloomfleld, Trum bull county, was riding on horseback out Woodland avenue, when his horse stumbled precipitating Mr. Green from the saddle. His foot became entangled in the stirrup, and the horse started on a run before he could extricate it. In thia condition he was dragged for about two blocks when, fortunately, his boot came off which released hia from his perilous position, not however until he had sustained very serious injuries. His leg below the knee was badly broken, the bone being completely shattered by a kick from hia horse, while being dragged. He also suffered a number of cuts and bruises about the body and head. Assistance was promptly at hand and he was carried to the City Hotel, where he had been stopping. His wonnds were attended to by Drs. Wheel er, Brown and Peck." We are glad to learn that the injuries are not of a fatal character, and that he is doing as well as could be expected. Oyster Supper. Tbo Ladies will give an Oyster Sup per in the basement or the M.E. Church next Friday evening, Nov. 8th. The proceeds for furnishing the new church. A cordial invitation is extended to alL MRS. L. M. SMITH, Sec'y. A rousing Kepablican meeting held at Webb's Hall, on Monday ovpning; last. Mayor Dawson, presiding. T. McLaln, Jr., who had been announced as the orator of the evening-, made a very argumentative, eloquent and convincing Deeoh. of over an hour's length, established his reputation among citizens as an interesting and efiV-iive speaker. At the conclusion of MrvMo Lain's speech, Judge Glidden vociferously called for, and appeared upon the stand. The Jndge gave audience one of bis warming, cheering. inspiring exhortations, jnst such an ap peal on the eve of an election as Incites to Indomitable effort, The meeting was enthusiastic, and Webb's Hall never resounded with louder or more heartfelt cheers, than were given with a hearty will on last Monday night. Both speeches were exoellent and well suited to the occasion. Mass Convention at Niles. The last grand rally of the Republi cans of this county in the now rapidly closing presidential campaign, was Nilea cn Saturday last. Although the dsy was unfavorable, in consequence the inclemency of the weather, a large crowd, among which were many ladies, assembled at Union Hall to listen to the able exposition by Hons. James A. Gar field and Alphonso Hart, of the gratify ing results attendant upon the labors the present administration during the past four years. The Convention was called to order by Capt, A. J. Dyer, who introduced Hon. Alphonso Hart. We shall not at tempt a synopsis of the remarks made suffice it to say the manner of their re ception fully attested their merit. With no elaborately conceived sophisms did the speaker endeavor to win prestige for the cause of Republicanism, but by presenting a succession of plain, incon trovertible facta sought to impress his hearers with the magnitude of their re sponsibility in the matter of continuing in power the administration which more than any other has advanced the inter' ests of our country. His clear and com prehensive explanation of our financial condition was in itself an argument of vital interest to all. During the remark and at their close the eloquent speaker was greeted with round after round of enthusiastic applause. At the conclusion of Mr. Hart's re marks Capt, A. J, Dyer, in a brief, per tinent manner recalled a pleasing re miniscence of army life in which Gen. Garfield figured prominently. He then Introduced that gentleman, amid the most uproarious applause. Hia remarks were of necessity brief, but were deliv ered in his characteristically happy manner. The dear, succinct and forci ble manner in which the arguments were presented carried conviction with them. His able review of some of the more salient features of the campaign received with and interrupted by repeated cheers, given in a manner which evinced a keen appreciation of the speaker's effort. At the conclusion cheer after cheer rent the air till the very walls resounded with deafening applause. Pleasant Hill, Southington. Dbak Chuoiuclx Perhaps a word from this community msy not be unin teresting. We hear but little concerning political affair, the opposite party hav ing lost all hope of success. The work on the Painesvllle Railroad is progressing rapidly, and has called out every laboring man in the neighbor hood that could possibly leave home. In this ease money makes the working go- Most of the farmers have finished husking corn, which is an exoellent crop. I notice quite a number of changes in this.viclnity lately, among them the closing of the Sundsy school In the Evangelical church at Pleasant Hill, the sale of the old church building to Mr. James St. John, who is repairing it for a dwelling, and the finishing np of the new church of the Evangelical Associa tion, which will be dedicated on the ffth of this month, are the most promi nent. By the way, I would inform yon that the Rev. R. Dubs, of Cleveland, who ia styled the "Beecher ef the West," will conduct the dedication service. On Mondsy evening, the 18th, the Bev. J. Q. A. Weller, of Pittobutgh, Pa, will deliver hia celebrated lecture on "Books and Beading." The subject, which is an Interesting one, is carefully, thoroughly and ably handled. All should avail themselves of this oppor tunity to hear it. On Tuesday morning, the 19th, the Canton District Ministerial Association will meet in the new Evangelical church at Pleasant Hill, and will dose on the evening of the 21st. A good time is expected, as there are quite a number of ministers to be present. The Pleasant Hill Sunday School will be reorganised on Sunday, the 24th, for their winter term. This school has ac complished much good in this place. God grant that it may become a power for good, and be successful in effecting a t eortnation. More anon. DELTA. November 1st, 1872. L 0. 6. T. County Lodge Meeting. The next session of the County Lodge of the order of Good Templars will be held at Mineral Ridge, on Thursday, Not. 14th, the Lodge at that place hav ing officially expressed a desire that the meeting be held there. The commend able action of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, at its recent) sitting, respecting County Lodge meetings, and other matters that have transpired since our last session, will make this one of unusual interest and importance, and it ia earnestly de sired that every Lodge in the county send a large delegation. All members of the order, in good standing, are regularly constituted members of 'the Oonnty Lodge. The friends at the Ridge are making all necessary arrangements for the pleasure and convenience of those whe attend. DR. BUEL, W. R. S. MESOPOTAMIA. Ed. CHBoiricta The musical portion of our citizens enjoyed a rich treat thia week In attending a musical convention in onr place- conducted by Prof. C. C. Oase, assisted by Mrs. Case, pianist. The convention commenced on Tuesday and continued four days, dosing last evening with a grand concert. The en tire session and the concert was a sue eesa. The class numbered about fifty members, including several good sing ers from other places. The book used was George F. Boot's latest work, The Glory," furnished by Mr. Case, The church was well filled but not crowded, and the music performed by the class gave entire satisfaction. The exercises consisted of songs, duets, quartett and heavy chorusses by the whole class, accompanied by the piano. Tha closing piece of the evening was the noted "An vil Chorus," performed at the Peaos Jubilee. This Is the first convention Mr. and Mrs. Case have conducted in our town, and their presence with us at this time has won for them our respect and esteem, and we think we are well favored in having those in our part of the county w ho are so well qualified to conduct musical conventions. Nor. 2, 1872. Sbtab. The Narrow Gauge Road. J. and oar as the at of The Geauga Republican says concern ing the road : "So much of it as lies be tween this place and Painesvllle has been in running order for seveial months and, without the special sdvan tagea it will poaaess when completed front Toungstown to the Lake, has alread v demonstrated that it is a paying institution. Soon after regular trains commenced running the freight amount ed to aboat fifty thousand tons per week and it ha steadily increased. The re ceipts for passengers during one month, are now estimated at 1,200- Meanwhile, suitable buildings have been provided for the accommodation of the Company and the public, and everything wanting to put tne road in the best or order, is beintr done with all possible rapidity ana inoroaguness. "The entire management of the road has been intrusted by the Company to its President. Mr. Paul Wick, of Yonncr- s town, to whose energy and business sagacity, experience ana sgiu, tne p un tie is larcelv indebted for the progress the work has made and is still making. The engineer corps is a very compe tent and efficient one. and is composed of gentlemen who enjoy in an unusual degree the respect and friendship of the people wherever they have been. J. C. Sharpless. the Chief Engineer, is also Superintendent of the general affairs of the road. W. C. Agnew, his principal Assistant, has chartre of the oorne on all oi ine wora oi surveying, locating and nuuaing. "There are four divisions of the work. The first extends from Yonngstown to XHiies, ana is in charge or Assistant Kn gineer, Fred Mcllvaine ; the second from x ilea to lirand itiver, in Farmlngton, in charge or Assistant Engineer, W. C. Wetherill; tbe third and fourth, and from Grand River to Chardon, not fully arranged, but both in charge at present of Enxineer Agnew, with headquarters at this place. "A few months since, the corps were engagea in surveying a route irom Youngstown to tbe Ohio River, with the view of ultimately extending this road to Pittsburgh; subsequently, in surveying end locating the road for the wort irom xoungstown to r armington, and more recently from Chardon to (armington. From this place to the farm of L N. Hathaway, Esq., near East Claridon, they have surveyed but one route, but from there on thev have sur veyed two. one known as the middle route, running south near tbe line of isurton, through Middlefield and south of Swine Creek to Grand River, and the other, known as the north survey. through Huntsbnrg, the north part of nuaaieneia ana Mesopotamia to urana River. By going south instead of north of 8wine Creek, they h7e shortened miaaie route a mile and a hall. the Which ef these routes will be adooted is not aisciosea, ana pern spa not decided. "The contract for completing the road ready for the runninz of trains from Youngstown to Fsrminsrton. was let a tew wee its since, to uook, xneass & Co., who hsve bound themselves to complete it by the first of January next, and have six miles now ready for the iron, and wiui imtga rorce are pusning lorward the work. The same company have also taken the contract for buildine the road over the remainder of the line, and have sub-let tbe same to Mr. E. Darrow, of rainesvuie, witn tne understanding that tne graaing is to DS comp.eted to East Claridon by the first of January. "Assistant Engineer Agnew snd his corps arrived here last week and have commenced work at this end of the line. "the work between this niace and Painesvllle is in charge of Mr. George R. Crane, Assistant SuperintendenLwho is a practical mechanic, and a gentleman of large experience, and familiar with all the necessary details of railroad build ing. Under bis supervision great activ ity has been manifested. Almost tha entire road bed has been leveled up and thoroughly ballasted, and. after a few finishing touches have been given it, it will be in first class order, so that the running time of the regular trains may be materially shortened with nerfect saiety. Thb Phrenological Journal for November deserves a warm welcome from the reading public ; for, taken a a whole, it is a number of unusual excel lence. A glimpse of its contents, only, is afforded by the following titles: Jesse Olney, the eminent geographer; Inde pendence in Thinking, a strong bnt carefully written paper; Supplementing an Imperfect Education, with a year's subscription in itself for its valuable suggestions; Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld, the poetess ; Philip's Lottery Ticket; Nine and the Niuans, illustrated; Anoth er installment of Expression ; Instinct and Reason, an amusing and instructive article ; Thomas S terry Hunt, F. R. S.j A Little Girl's First Impression of Beecher ; Ode to the Nightingale ; Moral Aspects of dancing, etc Price of the number SO eta. For the year, 13.00. A new volume begins with 1873. Address S. R. Wells, 389 Broadway, New York. Newspaper Changes. A. D. Fassett has purchased tbe Youngstown Courier, and changed the namo of that paper to the Miner and Manufacturer. W. T. McGaogbey has purchased the Hubbard Journal, and will publish it as a neutral paper, Messrs. McDonald & Son, late of the Canfield Aea-J, have purchased the Kites Independent. We wish all these gentlemen abund ant success in their respective enterpri ses. Wool Markets. Boston. Nov. 2. The Ions; looked for and much desired improvement in the wool market seems to have come, so far as sales are concerned.the footings being larger wan lor any weex tor several mouths, and this notwithstanding the iact inai wool purcnasea cannot be moved. For some weeks manufactur ers have been In the market "prospect ing, ana nave at last come to the con cl union that the bottom has been reached. In prices, and that they must buy now or pay more for the same stocks. In fleece wool there has been some im provement in pnceSjSnd for Ohio and Pennsylvania X and XX fioece. holders are asking from two to five cents psr pound more than three weeks sgo. The sales which have been made, however, do not indicate quite so much of an ad vance, many of them having been made early in the week, before the advance. Many of the best fleece wools in the Boston market are held for still bizher rates, and as the stock is very small the market rules very firm, with a strong upwara tenaency. As mucn ox tne wool now in tbe mar ket oost from 68c to 70c. holders are more cheerful than when selling at a loss of Boriueentsa pound, we hear of one or two speculators who are making of fers for fleece wools at an advance upon the prices of two weeks ago. There is also some speculative demand in the West. Ctommercial Bulletin. The Richest Man in the World. The Khedive of Egpyt is probably the richest man in the world. His yearly income is 150,000,00, and he has twenty five richly furnished palaces within the walls of Cairo. He ia vastly more pro gressive than the Sultan, his Turkish master; is rapidly extending his do minions, building railroads, and making commercial improvements, and wiu ultimately become independent of Turk ish domination. He is at present mak ing arrangements for the connection of a railroad up the Nile to Dongola, and thence across the desert to Landau, which country he will make one of his own provinces. It has been remarked of him that "the Viceroy, upon any throne in Europe, would be the greatest monarch of the age." He is not only a prince, but a merchant, a caDitalist. a statesman and a cultivator. He sleeps only four hours out of twenty-four, and at his desk centre his railroads, steam ship lines, telegraphs, postal service, private-estates, sugar mills, cotton cul ture, army, navy and dvli service. Tbe later accounts of the Enelish trial of government management of the telegraph shows that the practice of us ing the telegraph for transmitting social and business messages for short distan ces sucn as we Intrust almost wholly to the mall or to express messengers has grown into a settled custom, and is found to be one of the most convenient of recent innovations. The time will also come in this country when tbe means of quick communication with the rest of the world will be broucrht to every man's door. Closing Furnaces on Sunday! The Pottsville Miners' Journal says: Our reader will recollect that we wrote an article some time ago on the closing of furnaces on Sunday. In that article we stated that the Messrs. Mgnaus, oi x-jjgjana, some iniiy j ears ago ceaseu worKirj ineir lur-1 nauM nn Cnnilav ,i vi uuuuu i , mini u iau n .1 v, i al, 8 they operated a large number, they arrived at tne Conclusion that the advantage derived by closing tnem up on bunday, were so mucu greater than the disadvantages in curred In every respect.that they have not worked tnem since on tne bab- bath day. The Marouette Minina Journal gives the following account oi an attempt made by some parties in unio to close ineir rurnaces Bunday. "But some half dozen have at tempted to suspend on Sunday, and two or three, possibly four, axe now doing bo. But they do not gtt the same results which are obtained by running without tbe Sunday inter mission, and no one claims that they can. They not only lose the products of Sunday, but are frequently unable to get their stacks in smootn working order for a day or two following. "It has not been disputed that labor could in a great measure be suspended at a blast furnace on the Sabbath for charges have been held in the cruici ble for several day witbont a chill following but it is the srreat length of time spent in bringing- the condi tion of tbe furnace back to the maxi mum working capacity which inter fere with the adopting of such a rule, Iron making is not unlike the great operations of nature which form the 1 II i, 1 uius iuu me vaiieys, auu wuicu are only interrupted in their progress by some great convulsion, ana to carry tne process to its greatest perfection an uninterrupted movemant of all tbe forces required for manufacture must be secured." For the benefit of those nearer home who are oftentimes discontented with' their salaries, we copy the following ad vertisement from a copy of a late Lon don paper: "Wanted, an office derk who can write a legible hand, and can produce six months' character, wages 7s. a week, and a further la. 6d. may be earned by working on Sunday morning. Apply personally, Ac." Many a poor Newman Nogga. if he has strength enough to crawl to these mines of Uol- conda, will apply personally. It is only necessary to add that 7 shillings per week is not quite two dollars. There are hundreds of clerks in all the larger English cities many of them highly educated persons who speak three lan guages who do not get more than from 60 to S0 a year. There is a misunderstanding at Wash ington about the eight-hour law and its application to government employees. The Attorney General has just rendered an opinion to the effect that the set of Congress providing for additional com pensation for government employees who are engaged by the day and work more than eight hours applied to all la the government service. The Second Controller holds that it is applicable only to mechanics, laborers and workmen.or, in other words, those who perform man ual labor, Superintendents, watchmen, messengers and derk are held by him not to be entitled to the extra compensa tion. The subject will be referred to' Congress for additional legislation. A gold dollar piece is one-eighteenth of an inch in thickness. By calculation, it will be found that If the twenty mil lions of pieces to be melted st the Mint were piled one upon another in a straight perpendicular line, they would reach the altitude of deven and five sixth miles an hour's trot for a roadster. Were these piece (20,000,000) laid fiat down on a level plain, they would cover a straight line one hundred and fifty eight miles long, or from Philadelphia to New York, and something over half wsy back again. Iowa is in danger of losing the good reputation which she hsa earned in past year as an orderly and law abiding Commonwealth. More murders, It is said, have occurred in that State in the last few months than in a much longer period before, There I likely to be a damor for the restoration of the death penalty when the Legislature meet again. A physician of Jersey City has four patients under his charge who have been taken down within the past two days with a complaint similar to the epidemic prevailing among horses. The doctor states that about thirty years ago an epi demic broke out similar to the present one, and was followed by a like epidemic among the human species. The Dominion of Canada seems de- termined to be the fountain head of animal distempers the present season. Besides being the origin of the prevail ing horse malady, another disease which threatens to become widespread, has broken out among the swine in Hull, Ottawa. William H. Seward was of Irish line age. The first Sewards who came to this country settled In Connecticut, multiplied there, and dispersed through out the Union, many of them going to Virginia, where there are now many of the family name. It is stated that the California gold product ia gradually decreasing. A number of claims worked by sluices and hydraulic process are exhausted every year, and but few new ones are opened. While the chief cities in this coun try are complainiug of the .' horse disease, those of Central Europe In- ludlng Vienna, Prague and Berlin are being scourged by the cholera. Paris intelligence informs us that business Is reviving, and Paris appears somewhat like the city of lair women and brave men that she was "before the war. Flashing In (heir pearly sheen; ' From the glorious oo ratine. See those teeth untarnished ! White alike, tbe back and front, -. . lea, by tha Fragrant Sozodost, May beauty'smonth be garnished. 8pauldlng's Glne mends Headless Dolls, Ac 1 r-r-' ' I , Pair Team Horses for Sale. We will sell at Auction, on Tuesday, Nov. 13th at 10 o'clock, a. m., at the stable of Bart lett A Herxog, Warren, O.. one pair Team Horses, Wagon and Harness. Sov.e-lt Mental Laziness. Of all the business avocations of life there la perhaps none which demands or calls more loudly for mental activity than that of Photography, or suffers as much from mental laziness as this same beautiful art. One may Imagine It would be a fine thing to be a Photographer, and with their huge muscles and large, good hearts, attempt, upon the plan of main strength and stupidi ty, to learn the buslnea. But, requiring, as It does, more brains than muscle, they gen erally find the learning part not any easy thing. Hence the failures In and mutilation of the art of picture making. If any one is caught reading this they will not of eourre mink it was intended lor tnem. in tne mean time all should go to Rice's and get the latest new style of pictures, at sign of Revolving Pyramid, W arren, Ohio. ' Writing Class. Mr. N. L Jones.oriened an evening writing class last Tuesday evenlng.havlug sixty-one pupils In attendance the first eveolng. Tha class has been divided, so tbat students can enter at any time this and next week, and get the benefit of the whole course of In struction. Mr. Jones Is a thoroueh Instructor, and persons wishing to perfect themselves In Penmanship, should take advantaae of this opportunity. (uov S-1U r Wanted Boarders. Pleasant rooms with board can be had at Mrs. Hackee', South Sk Aiso.day boarders ccommouaieu. uov. tt-n. More than f 1000 Discounted from regular rates, on card Photoes from tha 18th of Hep. to the 18th ucu M a ays) nos Because we naa more money than we knew what to do with, bnt in the Photographic Art. at whatever cost. Asssrea matagenerousanaaisonminaun I mibhe wonld reeiDrooate tha fevor am if , . . . , . . liodge onr merits by our work (the best test), le .refurnishing the Photoes ss rapidly I possible, and hope that in a few Week-, because we desired to advertise, to revive trade, and man to snow tne pqoik Star Gallery (when running) -itood foremost most, we will be able to forward them those who sat for their negatives during the auaays. . Mr. a. r . crooas, oi luicago, woo bas no tupmmr ana lew equals as an in a and colorlst,siill finishes np our copied work, snd hence we say, without fear of successful contradiction, that work of this kind done by os will be done better than anywhere else In this city. Call at rotter's Btar Gal lery, east side Main Ht. ' t v v r a T-T L'V J" a Jluslcal Convention. Prof J. R. Lmlle. of Obctlln. will hold Mimical Convention at Lord 8 town center. commencing Nov. 11th. and closing with a Concert. Nov. 15th. Boarding places will be rarnished free to those woo come from abroad. All lovers of vocal mono are cor dially invited to attend. uct. jo-ZLmo v. UWIUIAQ x , Bee Fresh Fish And Cleveland Banssee ree'd fresh every evening, at Mcconneii . Gorliam's, Farina. Picnic. Boston and Lemon Crack ers, by the bbl. at Cleveland prices, freight auueu, at Mcuonneu a. One-half Tbe oeoDle eannot take Cottar Oil from Its terrible nauseating taste, and recoil In tbe throat. Tbe Castoria prepared by Dr. Pit cher Is nurely vegetable, perfectly harm less, pleasant to take, and more effective than Castor OLL It does not distress or gripe, but regulates the system, and operates when all other remedies have Iklled. it acta like msKlc for Stomach Ache, Constipa tion, Flatulency, Croup and Worms. It contains neither Minerals, Morphine nor Alcohol. Its sootning, quieting errect. pro duces natural sleep, and particularly adapts It to crying and teething children. No article has ever met sucn unqualified en dorsement by tbe physicians. Take no more Bitter Pills. Narcotlo Byrum.GriDlns furKativeflorBicKeninKinis. xnecsstona costs but 35 cents, and when once tried vou wili never oawitnout iu 4 At the Popular New York Clothlne House, the best and cneapesr doming ior Aien, toys, ana Chll- aren. Lome sua see. Yours truly, D. H. LAZARUS. Xaltby8 H. & X'g. And all the other DODDlar brands, at Me. uouneua. All Goods Delivered Free of charge, by MoConnell. Toilet Articles. New stock Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, aVc. E. HIBSHTIELD, Proprietor. All the Popular Warren 0., Sept. 24, 1S72. Havinesoidmy Coal Yard to C. H. Anga-1 tadt. I would recommend my patrons to him. who will fnmlsh them with coal at reason aoie rates. n. niMidiuAi'l Oct. .-tf. Accidents! Insure aealnst accidents in the Accident Insurance Comoanv of Hartford. Conn. lasn Assets one mmton aouarm. Appiy to WHITTLESEY AOAMr', Agent, Warren, unia toot. iu-u. I Sow Have en Hand a laree stock of Universal Clothes Wring ers, and cm supply the trade at factory pri ce. il-O. Uih a iuuu a. ... , For a Good Square Meal . . Go to MoOonuell's Main BV. Bestaorant ana nakery, o. 2 Main St., Warren, Ohio. A. E. FaASK. Manager. Xllllnery Goods, For Fall and Winter, Just opened, at GUN'LEFINGER t BRO. A Fine Lot of Oranges and Lemons, fresh and nice, at Bear This in Hind. Our Fuaand Winter stock has been bought at an unparalleled advantage. Baualo Clothing House, No. 2 Main SU What Boots It, Whether Grant or Greeley is elected so long as the cltlsens of Warren and vicinity I are well and satisfactorily clothed, at the I v.v.u... uvu, X. HI Hill C3W - O. how It does the hearts of all delleht. To see how the B. C H. comes out of the neni? But tn lory dealers sttll rave and aeold. wnue uiecu. a. stands ever ready and ooia To sell Koods at nnoracedentlv low Drleea Assure yourself that such Is the fact by cal ling at the Buffalo Clothing House, No. 2 Main Street. Be tbe Laughing Stock Of the whole community by nit buy Ins I your Clothing and Furnishing Goi ds at the Buuaio blowing tiouse, a o. x Malt bl. Bargains at King's ! Now Is the time to buv everything In the way of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Plated Ware, cheap, at King's Jewelry Store, 7 jim ofc. uui uu see. Elegant Display . Of Overcoats; for best In this market call on 1). M. LAxA.lt La. English Pickle And a laree stock of Fresh Canned Goods just rec uat J as. ucconneu s. Brands of Oysters at McConnell's Dlnln? Those Large Select Orsters For frying, always fresh at McConnell's 20 Cases - Fresh Cove Oysters, Just received and for sale by the case or can, at way down prices. b jujjiea ALctsonneii s. My old Workman Has returned to stay with me permanent ly, ana is now reaay to maae or mena any thing which comes In our line. Guns and Sewing Machines are our spclaltlea. N.B. Ti-LER. 20 Cents a Pound, Fresh Green and Black Teas received last week. We are selling them at l cents pound reduction from old prices. Moyf A spear, Ao,t atain ttt. A Kew Departure : "From old prices. 'We have reduced tha price of all our Teas, from 10 to 20 cents per pouno. iiu 1 1 a avt-AUm Jo tbe Retail Trade. We retail the freshest and best goods in m market, GATES UELLN. Every Thing . ' In the eating Una to be had at VcCon nell's. . i.i.,' . a - 1 Examine the Stock. Of Dry Goods Just opened at ; - . GUNLEKLNUER BRO'S. New Goods, Kew Styles. . Fashion's rich and changing dyes. Vie with autumn's tinted skies. Many shades of brilliant hue, C fetlks and Ribbons bring to view; - NeckUes, tinted ane Brocaded, - Plalded, Changeable and Shaded, ' Peacock, Vulture, Heron, Ostrich, . - Furnish Feathers, rare and rioh. "" Victoria Switches, Braids and Nets, ' Chignons, Fichus, Curls and Jets, Zephyr Hoods for little babies, , Caps and Barbes foraged ladles, " For Hats. ML Blanc and Cbamouai ? . Revere, Qlendale, and Nominee. - The Bonnet's dignity doth add, And maketh the heart of woman glad. E. POTTER A CO. Christ Church, Warren. TMvlrre aerriee every Lord's Day. both morning ana evening, at toe usual uours. and on Tbursdav evenings, sbats vkkb. To all who will worship with us a cordial welcome la extended. The ushers will cheerfully provide seats for all who come. April i,-u The Tide of Emigration Turned. Seekers for new homes are nonrlne into Southwest Missouri, attracted by the cheap lianas 01 tue AUanoa a jmctjie nauroau Company. This comoanv offers 1.200.000 Acres of the finest lands In the world, at from 12 to ill per -acre, on seven years' time, and with free transportation to all purchasers. This road. Never Blockade by Snow, ia des tined to become tbe national highway be tween New York and aa Francisco; and to tha Industrious farmers of older States wa earnestly recommend this laud of cheap names, sure tnat nowuerecmn toe povwuiau And a more grateful etimate. a belter soli. orgreater productiveness. For loll information, with Maps and Pamphlets, address; AM! TUCK. Land Commissioner, 2a South Fourth ttreet, EL Louis. loct, ' Look at the Immense Stock, And you will be pleased, kVealous to satisfy all my old customers -Ana aeseraiined to make many new ones. Right good Clothlng.and nothing else but uprigm aeauog. at toe j. x. doming Store of It. M.Iasama, Main St,Wamn,0. Craa Berries. A nice lot Just received at McConnell's, of . as to 1872. 1872. Painter's Headqiiarfers II. G. STRATT0. & CO Market St. Drug Store, Kow is the best time to paint. W ST? I IsL Thamn I. nnt u, W - - 1.4.. . vu uiiu uie wooa ana leave the paint ex- 2d. No flies to spot and mar the surface. 3d. Paints and Oils are low. 4th. Time to attend to the painters. 5th. Wa want tn saII vnn VMn cut. rvtin r.i "" , ... UU. 6th. We have the very best White Lead, 7th. Wa have the very best Colors. 8th. We sell Oil so very cheap. 8th. We sell Brushes so very cheap. ivta. we sell Brashes. Whit ImJ o n Griswold's Linseed OIL very best Colors, all pointer's material, at low down bottom price. E G. STRATTON & Cft, DRUGGISTS, KASEET STKEET. P. 8. Pore Ground Peeper. Cloves. Cin namon. Ginger: freah aroand" Ami nr. ranted pure. I 1 T TITTVm CI t T l I. Ill 1 I AllllW I U 1 1 A W MUill Have exclutire sale, at wholesale and re tail, of WATER PROOF POLISH BLACKKG, It Is guarnteed to be thoroughly water-pro. it is tne oniy Water-Proof Blackins in tbe market that will Polish or can be polished with a brush. It Is not a Varnish, but a genuine Slacking, warranted to eon- lain no v ltroi or Acid or any kind, ana will not Injure any kind of leather. It will keep tne ieatner. SOFT AND PLIABLE. It can be used bv Ladles and Children with out fear of soiling their hands or garments. as It win not rub off. w nen eltner wet or dry. It Is a Reliable Article that will commend itself to all whonse It, and the durability of Boots and Shoes will be greatly Increased ov it use. JUaill 011(1 JUdjliBt StreetS. " " "Mv"'l Warren, Ohio. The "72 Steam Washer Took the first nremlum at the Mahoning county Fair held in Canheld October 1. The b tea in Washer has been before the people of this county nearly four months, has been In constant use all of that time by many of our best citizens, ail oi wnom are unani mous In Its oraise. x or macnines or town ship rights address the undersigned, at iN ues, ouio. sir. at an. a. a. naniiii-ii- Wo. H. Hennlnger, Auctioneer. Will live nromnt attention to all engage ments as Auctioneer, at pumic saie. sav ing had sixteen years experience in tne bosloass. satlsfactien guaranteed. Terms reasonable. OBIce at the Buffalo Clathing House, No. 2 Main St., Wairen. and all let ters sent me may be In care 01 the B. C H. sept. 2!-3mo For Mowing Machines. Caster Oil, Lard Oil, Crude Mecca OIL nul l st ar r, n it. How to go West. . This la an lnauirv which every one should ssve truihjuuy snswerea oeiore ne starts on hisiourney. and a little care taken in ex amination 01 Routes will. In many cases aava much trouble, time and money. The "C, B. A i. R. R.," running irom Chi cago, through Galesbui g to Burlington, and the "I.. B. x W. Route," running Irom Indi anapolis, through Bloomington to Burling ton have achieved a spleneid reputation in the last two years as tue leading Passenger Routes to the West At Burlington they connect with tbe B. A M. R. R. and from the great Burlington Route, which runs direct thro' sotheiniowatoNebraskaandKansaa, with close connections to California and the Territories, and Daasengers starting from Trumbull County, ou their way westward, cannot do belter than to lake the Buaxuia- TOS ItOtJTKa This Line baspubtisnea apampmeieauea -How to co West." which contains much valuable Information; a large correct map of toe Great West, which can be obtained free of charge Dy au a res-sing toe uenerai Passenger Agent B A L R. S. Burling ton- Iowa. Clothing For fat men. for lean men. for short men. for tall men, for rich men. for poor men, in fact Cloth lua for all men. al the Buffalo Clothing House. No. 2 Main BU Base Balls and a Bat, Steel traps for a rat, fine guns for the Boys, Small Guns, tbat are Toys, Carpet Sweeps, for the Ladies, And Swings for the Baby's, Sewing Machines, that are very neat. And we are sure they can't be beat, Certain to suit tbe various minds. For we have all the different kinds, At Tyler's, No. J, Main St., Warren, Ohio Aug. 9. IN1-U. . Waaaxjr, OHIO, Dec 20, 187L Insurance Agencjof Whittles J Adams, Market Street. IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCB COM PANY," of London established loui. Paid np capital and accumulated funds. Eight Million Dollars, (Gold) unimpaired by recent losses. We are Justlhed la saying that there la xo BTK05QBS purely Fire Insurance Com pany In thia country than the"IMPERI ii. with no Lue liability, its Large Capital and Assetts are solely and only for protection against fire. We present It for patronage, wrth assurances that any losses occurring under our Issues, will have that prompt attention which in the past has been a marked feature of this Agency. wninLiii.1 AiiAAia, Managing Agent for Trumbull Co, a- Dyspepsia, Seuralgla, Headaches and Habitual Costlvenesa speedily and permanently cured by J. W. Daily, aLIl-SaUna, Kansas. Address with stamp. oct. S. 3mo. Call at the City Bakery - For your premium bread and biscuits. Oct2- H.WALDECK THE MARKET REPORT. Ofttc Vmrumtifflmi CHsoincT.a.'i WaJtaxH Ohio. Nov. 5. In" WOOL 50 65 " " HEA.S-la,W per bushel. FLOUR-i.73 to iOJtf HAY tLZiilo OATS 0c 045 CORN (oldv-Ear5e; Shelled S5c DRIED APPL.KS 5 tO0. BUTTER Fresh Roll 25c TALLOW 8 to7e CHEESE Factory iO WA HAMS. Country cured Vc EGOS 25 LARD Country rendered, 8o PORK perewt. POTATOES new 60 FLAX SEED L70 POULTRY Turkeys live 10c dressed 15c Ch ickens live 7c " dressed 10 HIDES Green, Otsuorc; calf skins 10 13M Pelts 4il.w TTAEKEl BE TALL MAEKET. m babbit. M xrscxiXAJrcoTTa. Flour white WhtJOW yrup,extra75to 1,00 uu aiuu. wn't v.uo cider vinegar . dOfiDr'ffWh't. lAhra.lvuiflll . Buckwheat flour per Lard OIL 90 to 1.00 " - White Lime. Bait .1.3) Linseed fell. -L5 i Boiled Oil V gaL port if n Butter perls 28 Beef, Dried -.23 Hams sug. cured- 17 do Country dai2H Sides do do H4 Sugar, Brown lotoll A Sugar, Coffee- l.c Sugar, Crushedi G.B.Cod Fish a White Fish & Mackerel 12ia15 I, iti Hhorts corn Meal, noitea m cwt i.ia Cheese Lard 12: a. Candles, Tallow La do do tearlne Is Corn MeaL unbolt ed V cwt. l.M OhoD Feed tl.60wl nil Meal V cwt i,ou White Lead s.uu Potatoes new auto Peaches, peal'd .JS do annealed luliU Prunes, Turkish la Molasses a gal 50 75 ado N.O. Ugal-JUU Maple syrup. Cleveland Wholesale Market. Mowdat Evxirwo, Nov. 4, 1872. Flotjb The market ia steadv with a mir aemana. City made XXX White 10.25; XX amber fs.75 ; XX red No 1 fs.25 ; X red No 2 I7.75a8.00. Whbat Market quiet but prices nn- cunugou. x-i u i reu winter neia at 91.00 ; 310 2 ao at fi,u. Cobs Market dull and nominally un changed. Low mixed, fresh receipts. held at 46c High mixed at 47c Kara nominal. Oats Market steadv. Xo 1 new he'd at 34c; No 231c 01dat3oc. ktb Demand Iicbt and few sales. Prices are standing- nominally at 65b ior fl0 2toa ivntoo lor ioi Slate. Barlet The market is dull and nominal at 75ca1.00 for Western. Lakd I he demand is fair at 94o. for city renaerea in Kegs ; too. ao in tier- &. country rendered 74aSc Smoked Meats The market ia ac tive and prices firm. City sugar cured Hftms. ranVSOftJwl 111,- rln (JhnnlJan, 7ic; do Breakfast Bacon, 9Jal0c Dried Beef, canvassed, i8a20c Beef Tongues, $6.00per dozen. Butter Trade active and prices of cnoice are stronger, atricuy choice firm at 2325c; lair to good ISailc ; inferior Cheese Firm with lieht recninta. Factory is billed in good lots at 14 jc; choice selections at 15c in a small way. Koos The demand is still unaunuiiod and prices are tending; still higher. rash are active at 30a32c Poultry The demand Is fair, but receipts are more liberal and prices show a lower range. Live chickens at 8 to 10c Turkeys 12c Ducks t3.50a4.00 per doz- 1. Oirioifs The movement is fair and prices are steady. Silver Skins soli mo st i2oaZ45 per barrel, from store, and SOadoc per bushel from wagons. Oils Linseed firm : seilinz frlv In job lota at 860 for Raw and Slo for .coiled. Potatoes Prices are hitrher from store, owing to increased cost of dray age Peach Blows are selling at 60c, in car lots, on track, and at 70o from store. Other varieties dull and nominal. Dried APFLEs-The offerings are large and demand only fair. New quarters held at 5a6c F bathers First Quality 80a90c: com mon 50a55c per pound. Hops Unchanged and quiet New Western and New York selling at 30a 40c Babley Malt Quoted at Sl.20al.25 per bushel. Limb White is in good request at 1,30 per barrel. Water is firm and steady. w e quote : Akron and Oswego f 1,90 ; Louisvuie Cement, 11,90, Plaster Land Plaster in good de mand and selling at a range of 19,50a 10,00 per ton; Calcined Plaster ranges at e, - i - An , 1 v,Mk,w per uarreu ' Salt In good request and prices firm Coarse 12,15, nue f2,00 per bbL Leader SEW T0BK LITE STOCK MARKET, New York, Nov. 4. Beeves Total receipts for the week syoo head, or 700 head less than the pre vious week ; or these z,tuu were rexans. .Receipts for to-day 1t0 cars st Comma nipaw, 117 at Hundredth street and 60 at Weehawkeu. making 5.560 head. There fair demand for choice stock : but medium natives are rather lower, while Texans declined about lc since Friday, Tbe yards are about emptied. A few prize cattle sold at 14 Jc: prime at 134c good at 13c; common to fair natives at lujaizc; Texans at vaiHc; average at lie Sales of 10 cars of poor Texsns of 41 cwt, 7asc: 11 cars or 01 cwt at sc. 5o lbs per cwt.; cars 01 Illinois 01 cwt at iuai4c cars of Kentucky 7i cwt at Liaise: 5 cars of Ohio 7i cwt at L&134C. btieep and Lambs Total supply for the week 25.600 head, or 1500 head less than last week. 1 he demand is fair and prices are unchanged. 1 car of 85 lbs coarse on 10 selling at oic : 1 car or uo res oic : deck, of 93 lbs at 6ic : 1 car of 70 lbs Cana da Iambs at 8c There were 40 cars on sale to-day. Hogs Arrivals for the week 33.800 head against 59,500 for the previous week. The market was strong at better prices. Live sold at bjaojo and dressed at 6jaGJc for heavy to medium; 5io for ZOO as ; 7a7ic for Light and pigs. Philadelphia Lire Stock Market. Philadelphia, November 4. Beeves "Very dull this week and the prices are lower. Sales at f 7,00a7,50 for extra Pennsylvania and western steers ; 5,50a6,50 for fair to good; at S3,0Oa5,O0 for common per cwt. bales 3.100 head. Sheep Unchanged. Sales at f4,50a 6,00 per cwt. Sales 12,000 head. Hoo.s Dull and lower. Sales at $6,25 att,50 per cwt. sales 3,700 head. East Liberty tattle Market. East Libeett, Pa., November 4. Cattle The market unchanged : ar rivals are heavy. Best tOJioati,so ; stock- era 3,00a3,50. Prospects slow. Sheep Market slow and arrivals fair. Best Io,25a5,60; medium H-2aa5,00 ; com mon f3,50a4,00. Prospect slow. Hogs The market firm and arrivals fair. Philadelphia S5.00ao,10; Yorkers f4,60a4t70. Jfrospects lair. Chicago Lire Stock Market. Chicago, Nov. 4. Cattle Receipts to-day 2,959 head. The market was dull. The sales were mostly confined to Texans at (2,75a3,50 and a few butchers' cattle at $3,004,00 ; two yoke of work cattle sold at fo.10 per cwt, or over fvjz per yoke. II 00s Receipts to-day 7.824 head. The market was fairly active at r4,25a4,65 lor good to cnoice. Batter and Cheeese Market. New York, Nov. 4. Butter firmer. sales at 10 16c Cheese quiet at HQ 15c CiwciSHATi. Nov. 4. Butter and cheese steady and unchanged. .Pittsburgh. 3ov. 4. Butter mar ket dnll and drooping. Choice to prime 23 to 25c ; common 12 14c, Western Reserve Cheese Market, The followine are billing prices of dealers upon orders, prices paid y tne same to producers being from lc to lie lower. WELLUfOTOX. Billing prices of fac tory are raoeinz from 14i to 15c Deal ers are paying 14c for the same boxed, but factory men are generally unwilling to accept this price, and receipts are still light Ravbnwa, Tbe cheese market ia in active and without excitement. Orders sre pretty fairly kept np, but there is no pressure Dealers pay 13al4c Billing prices range from I4o to Hie Aurora. Market very quiet and dull. Cheese cannot be bought ot facto rymen at prices that will pav to ship on consignment or till orders. Wa consider the market in a very unsatisfactory state with prices nominally the same, 131140, billing prices. Leader. Tha river Tav. In Scotland, is to be spanned by a bridge that will be the longest in the world. It lacks but eighty yards of being two miles in length. if 411 CAMP, RANDALL & CO. Retail Price Current. Corrected Weekly Wixxra Ohio, Nov. 5, BUTrjtO, Wheat, White Amber do do No. 1 Red do No. S an Rye, No. 1 uo a Com, shelled, No. 1. uo ao do o". W. Camp's Snow Flake, Ky. While . per barrel.- Magnolia. Star Mills XX White Michigan do. Western Reserve Mills, pure Aiilb r Superior Mills XXX Red do-, Atlantis do XX do Florence do XX Borins: do. r.n! nire ao common do a. w. rionr do. Rye Flour do. Corn Maal. ner hundred do do bolted do. Chop Feed. 0. 4 C. Dure do. u ao I nmmnn iitv mitu-ugs(nne) do dO ttOATWM At Oil Meal do.. Corn, per bushel old h, uats. Salt, Saginaw per bbL ao 1 ork state, do. ao f. f. L. ao. do New Lisbon do ho i New Lisbon eolar. White Lime per bbl ijouisvuie cement. 110.00 IlTao do V) H. 8,i 7 .7.-1 per sack l.lifl 1 1,60 1,60 1 E8 O All A Oil 2 7.i Z3 t75 2 .Til Water Cement do The above Dricea will besnbiecttonnctTia- tlons with other markets, alwaysalmlng to pay the highest price for grain, and sell as cheap as the cheapest. Remember the place. next door to McLaln's Shoe Store, In room formerly occupied by Trumbull Nat. Bank. All our goods warranted aa represented. Come and see us. A Liberal deduction al lowed to parties that buy large quantities. 1 J. VTLAIN & SON'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Warren, Ololo. Many pieces of property left with us for sale, having been disposed of, we change uur list, ami nuw ouer : $550. A desirable bnilriln lot on rm Street, between North Avenue and Bazetta ct. Liot about 1x1. rods. In good neighbor- uwju, Rmcaeapsi toe price, iiuu aown; nm r to suit uu tne Daiance. J15U0. A largeXot.6xl2.rods. with a com for- taoie nouse ana oarn upon it .in well settled part of the town. Small payment down and guuu time ou tne oaiance. $ 1100. Good house, nearly new. with aft the conveniences, cood lot. In central nsrt of town. House unexoectedlv vacated and for rent to a first-class family until April 1, u.. uuiesa ayvKUuy UiU. call soon. - tlOOO. A large, commodious house. sltnate witnin two minutes walk or Trumbull National IJank. Good garden and yard; well, cistern, Ac Good barn and alley In rear, i-art aown ana balance easily ar-1 rangea. Michigan Farwi. One hundred and slxtv acres in ivent o uicnigan, for sale, or isae. or property in Trumbull county guou uweiiing anu Darn, 10 acres improved, alai.ee good Umber: four miles from Rail road Station: sood markets, llvlnar water. Ac, a stream large enough to raft logs run -1 ning through the farm, saw mill near by. trice sitmu. lermseasv or bandsome dis- count made for cash down. We reeard this as a decided bargain. Tbe place Is worth 50 per cent more llisn is asked Ior It. $0X1. Excellent bnlldlne Lot on Atlantic street, ana wortn more money. A Uo dwellings to rent and other nrnnert v hi seii. 1. u uu us oeiore Duying. CK-t. 2,1071. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. e continue to sell at nar.add!nffacmvl Interest, the First Mortgage Gold Bonds of tne .ortnern raciuo ttauroaa company. ua tue completion or inisseasnn'acontracts there will be ft VE HUNDRED ASO tiE V. Ey iKE.Y MJLE&ot the main line of the road in operation, uniting Lake Superior with tbe Missouri River, and securing the large traffic of tbe Northwest. This amnnnt of road also entitles tbe Company to Ten Minion rour nunurea inoasana Acres of mnu. locatea in central Minnesota, Eas tern Daaota. ana in tne Columbia vallev on the Pacific Coast. The Bonds are secu red Dy a nrst mortgage on the Road. Its TrafHe and Franchises, and on the entire l-ana urant reeeiveuirom tne Government. The rate of Interest Is Seven and Three tenths, Gold, equivalent to aboulElgbt and a Quarter per cent. In Currency. Believing tbe security to be ample, and the rate of In terest satisfactory, we recommend these Bonds aa a desirable investment. Holders of tbe United States 5-20s and high-priced corporate securities may materially in-1 crease both their principal and their Inter-I est income by exchanging for Northern Pa- I JAY COOKE & CO., yew Tork, Philadelphia and Waihingto J. V. PAINTER. Banker, O Xa HI "7" 33 Ij TO" JD , General Agent for Ohio. For sale by Banki Jt Banken generally. For Sale in Warren, by FIRST NATIONAL BANK. TRUMBULL NATIONAL BANK, T. J. M'LAIN A SON, Bankers, FREEMAN A HUNT, Bankers. WARREN SVING3 A LOAN ASSOCIA'N Aug. 23, lST2-3m, caw. LEGAL NOTICE. The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, i tu the Court of Common Pleas. Horatio P. Kile, Plaintiff, vs. Nathan if. Smith, Defendant. Tbe defendant, Nathan M. 8mith, whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice, tnat tne piaintm, Horatio 1. Kile, in the county of Trumbull and State of O.. did, on the 3uth day or.September,A.D. 1S74 hie his petition and affldavltfur Attachment iu tbe Court of Common Pleas within and for said county of Trumbull, and State of onto, against salu defendant, setting forth that on the 15th day of October, A. 1). 1a66 said defendant made his certain promissory note of tbat date, and delivered the same to u. Li Kile, anu aue in two years alter date, for the sum of forty-two dollars with Interest tbat said G. L. Kile sold and delivered said note to the plaintiff, that an order of Attachment has been issued in said esse and asking for a iudgment against said de fendant ior saiu sum or 942.U0 aad interest, and that the real estate attached in this case, be sold to satisfy said Judgment and costs. And the said defendant is notified that he is reuuired to aDoear and answer said petition on or before the 21st day of .ueceiuuer, a. rr. 10. a nUBillU r. MLt. By R. W. Ratlin, his Att'y. 0ct,23,1872-t. LEGAL NOTICE. The State of Ohio. Trumbull County, a id tne tourt 01 tomuoa rieas. Olive McDonald vs. Henry Husk. The defendant. Henry Husk, whose real- I deuce is to plaintiff unanown, will take no tice that plaintiff, on the loih day of Octo- I oer. a. u. ibi s, niea ner petition in tue court 1 of Common Pleas within and for the county I of Tiumbull, setting forth that whereas, at I tne j une term 01 tne saiu court, a. u. lHiT, 1 Slalntin recovered a Judgment against this I cfendant for the sum of M and coats, and I that by the lapse of time the said iudgment i has become dormant. Praying that the said I Judgment may be revived and for such oth- I er reiiei as iu equity may oe just, ana tnat 1 If defendant fail to answer to said petition I ins saiu judgment win stana revived. M C 1XJ .,ALI, By A. J. Dyer, her Atl'y. Oct. 30, :ST2-t. tTEW SHEET MUSIC just ree'd st ADAMS' Book Store. Do n oPeep so Sis ter Darling. Song. Dead, but not forgotten. Song, Lay me where my Mother's bleeping. Song. Meet me Maggie. Song. Little Dan. song. Farewell Annie Darling. Song, Smile of Beauty Polka, Murmuring spring Mazurka, Bird of Beauty altz. Glistening stars. Polka de Salon. Jocus Polka. Four hands. Switch oU Galop, Fatal Glance Galop, Home Set. (No. 1 Little Treasures,) Quit uat tickling me. Song. SHERIFF'S SALE. The State of Ohio, Trumbull County, as. A. L. Waldorf. I m Trumbull Thomas Ho"u.etaL Common Pleas. Bt Yirtne of an order of sale issued oat of f tne Court of Common ries ox iTamoau i County In the above named case to me I directed and delivered, I nave leviea on and anall expose to public sale at tbe door of the court House, in the City of Warren. Saturday, Jot. 30th, A. D. IS 72, at 3 o'clock, p. m. of said day, the following described land and tenements: Situate iu Ike township of Johnston, County of Trum bull. Slate oi imio. Known as part or ixt No. 18 In the said division of lands In the township of Johnston, and Is bounded as tn Iowa to wit: north, east and west bv the original lot lines, south by the south half of the original ijOt io. auDDOsed to contain sixty acres of land. Also Dart of Lot No. IT. and bounded as follows: commencing at the north and soma cvuber roaa leaaiug zrom joansion to Fowler at tbe center of said road at the north east corner of lands deeded by Joseph Young to Thomas Honus, and running west on lot line to lands owned by J. W. Lang ley, thence north so far tnat a parallel liue tunning east to the center or tbe center road leading from the center of Johnston to the center of Fowler, shall contain dity-nve acres of land, thence south to the place of beginning. Appraised at t . . . Terms cash. G. W. DICKINSON. Sheriff". SheriJsOfflce, Warren, O, Oct, 30, ItJ72-5w .873. 70 WE 35 HAVE JTST OPENED 'j0 A I .30 LARGE I I STOCK I 75 O I M) I MMM MM MW JBl JHl A I I I T"V NEW' I STYLES I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I J. GOLDSTEIN & m. Opened to-day, 2 doz latest Broadway style Silk Hats. Call and see them. ' A youthful novice, in rtM smoking, turned deadly Dale, and threw his cicar away. "O dear!" he said, "there's somethin' in tbat cigar that's ma king me sick." "I know what it is," said his com panion, puffing away. "What?" "Tobacker." 4 m JOBBER OP Tobacco & Cigars, MARKET ST., Warren, O la 1 0. The following brands always on hand an sold as low as the lowest : fine Cut. Smoking. Imperial, A A Diadem, AAA Plain, Eagle. Senate. Deer Tongue, Alhambra, You Got It. Durham, Killekanik. Cigars from $1,25 to $20 pep Box. We Warrant all Goods. A. B. GATES. ? it nw NEW GOODS Just Eeceived. LATEST STYLES! 1 ff A O U I f Rlf PMLL 4 M I U 1 tl AT Mrs. MESSEE'S.