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tJT For Gat Fixtures and Fitting Afply
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"TO SMOKEBS & CrTF.VrT.flS-
So gentleman imAkA uufcgl; la tec socid ol indie, with
his teeth discolored and breath tuitad With tobacco. Fur
parifruer ik monk after noktar or chewier. -FOJJ
TAINE? CREAM OF WILD J LOWERS" i ooeof th.
Boat ailarUal dealt leVes la sue. It wbrtena the IMk
a reaethms rh rmnv ard imparts to the breath, an oftet.
oeei-vrc. a. cr-eaMe ttifniK
FOB S1LAVINC-IU tick lather penetrates aod aofteas
the heard, prevents imtatioa. and readeta the oeeratioa
easy aad arreeable. F. G. FONTAINE fc Co , 305 Broad-
way. aad Ko. C Aator Hoaaa, New York. Sold by el
a I eepis
WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WIGS! !
BATCUELORS WIGS ASD TOUFEES nrpaaa sll.
They are elc-aut, liirbt, on ay ud dorxblc.
Fitliag to charm mo tarmac M hnhiwl aa ahnaiiaf
ai the be nl, indeed, this m tit only EatabhahaMBt wlittf
U-t Uuaa are properly auaderr o d aad mad.
233 Broadway, New York,
ap.fcwfrp)! W FIKK. CMgeeiand.Oao. Area!
J. B. liarae A Co., Proprietor of the Cleve
at i FLtwil.iac Worka. AtwaUr Blork aro prepared
anth are force of aapneel wof kaioa r doiar, every
. oscna Una ef P la whin: is the m-at taoniarh asmaner, oa
ho moat acMatuie alaas. on reasonable terra, aad on abort
otic. Larva Btorkj f FoaoUias of different at-lea aad
izes. Ratainc Tnls of rust ir o aod wood, Imed with
lattwd-copiser. ftroai hsratet- load and bruized iron
LeiatiieraaJ India Kjtrer Ho, 4venr dearnpiiuo
I Bras an-1 Plated Ck, iiirlu.iin, trie Pa lea' Srlf-c
ax C..-kn, recently tMrodu'-ed, ft'-i.. B-wia,and all kind
f Water Murk .iiarua fcet coiaHaully oa hand. All
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CnEESEMlN'S PILLS,
Prepared by twrttrllas L- 'hreaemaa M. D.t
NEW YOftcK CITY.
The eoaibiaatjoB of iiitTrJicai m the Pills are tba ra
sa It of a long aad exieaire prartK?. They am au'd a
t aetr operatioa, aad err jib io oaroriing all trTafvlanttet,
Painful Menatroatiaos, remwnag all troctiooi, whether
froai oold or othervnaa. Iwadaci. aaia m the axle, aalpita
iob ot lit heart, white, all aerroos aflectiom, htenca,
fatiroa, pmm m iht back aod Lmb, kx., dial ar bed alee a,
whicj ari from it temtpiiou of aator.
TO TtAKBICD LADIES,
Dr. Caaeaun's Pilia are loraittable, aa Uiey will hnag- oa
t a moathlr penjd anth rwralantf. Ladies whahare beea
disappotated in the ae of other Pills caa plaoa the atiuoa
confidence la Dr. Cheeaeaiaxt's Pills doitif all that they rap.
reseat to do.
Tarrr u mmt condition 4 tkt ftmmtt saatoa ta svatcfc the
Pdls rmwt mt asfcea swfaoat aradaCTay m PECULIAR RE
SULT. TUt ctUOum reerred ts u PREtiXAXCY-tl
remit, MlSCAJtRlAUE. SmcM u tk' trrtsistatle fcwaVary
the mrthciMe to restore the mrmot functions tm m aerasa
caartaa, taaf eaca Che rrnrodctic power of nmtmrt caa
Warranted purely rentable, and free from inythine; ro
janous. Explicit dirartiuns.vt.irb shold bs read, accom
pwy each box. Price $1. Sent by Bail oa ewrkarnf; CI to
I) Coiinxira L. Ckeesevax, Buz 4 ML, Pott Office,
Ne York Citj-.
OLD BT ONB DRDCG15T IS ETEIY TOWN IN THE
R B. HUrCUlNGS,
General Agent for the t'nitr-d States,
112 Cbambers-SI , New York,
To wham oil miotesmle orders mhomU ot mAdrast.
ser w Cliaad hT WM FISK.
To the Lsmrs or rat VniTaw States :
It has been say ff jod fartane to restore U health 3any
theasaads ef bit conatrf -waen.
My sacovas has exntod the suttee of the eaTions and
eHs; bnt their peraecati us Iistc serred only to extend
and estab ish my repuia' ia. Showers of rratrful ofienuKS
hare fallen upon, mtj aihwir, from theiair anaerers w lit an
1 hi. reliered. fen lone; as I an held in affectionate aid
haakfoi renweaaraoce by tbosa wha have rxjneaced ma
skill, I can aff rfd in deiae ;h edorts of euxluei-attkers
Myrnends hare repeatedly arced ue to place my nrdi
tne for prudot-rof m nstruoti a with:a the reach of the
Ladiea of the United tates; bat an indisposition to enter a
nuid eo occupied b? qiacks, with the if pernicious nustnuns
and a fear that narucip: conntcTlciters mibt palm npon
the pabbc tntr worthless inuiatiotia, hare hither o pre
vented pas from e ablikbdBjt aewnctek for the nal of my
"AMIE DE FCMilt." in the United Siatea.
At last, I yirld to the entreatiec of patients and friends
and offer to the safleriar FemsJes ot America a nwdicioe
which has rendered me aomewhat famous throoxhent the
In rcrard to the efi,w-yoi theAMlK DE FEMME," I
need onlr say, that it :s ia liquid form, and m exactly such
as I have naedia my practice ia " ranee, for unT years, and
that it has nerer failed to secure a satistacioiy result.
The ''Ante de Fenune' and menstrua: wn stand in the re.
at Km of cause and effect. It is alike powerful to or .finals
a Wealthy menstrual fl m where it never has ousted, and to
re5tore it where it has been foea any cause suwrossed.
In order to iroard aaiasi impOMUun. the wrapper of direc
ti3s on each bottle of the "Aie de Femiae" wut bear my
written stgnatnre, and both the bottle and enckmnc; hex
wiU be seated with my private seal.
Pnee, $3.00 a parkaee.
PAKIS, January. 1bS7.
Lt P. II. R1CORD.
For eale. Wholesale and keUiU by W1LIJA1I FIKE,
No. S3 SaerKT rtreet, Cleveland, who will supply the
"Amie de Femme' al the Pr.tpnetor'i prices. m
THE BEST ARTIFICLiL HELP TO
TlliU HCM AX hlGHT KVLii IN VhiVTtD !
K. H. SOLOMOXSOX.
Pbactical amd Scientific Optican,
ae'ht the 1 ireest aaaartment of the moat approved kinds of
PECTACLVS. Allhu rlas, whether fur Dear or far
ittted, are rroacd under hu own iapectioB,by macimie
y of anew consi ruction, with the r rcaiest care, no as to
nuit the eyes la all cases, canac B'eaAaess, Itxsmtss or
ltammaun of the Eyes, aad impartuix rrecfth las :ob
readme: or fine eine;.
tr" S. H. Solomsnson would here inform the public
that ha acver employs any one ia the sale of aw lenses.
C7 Aiiw.aspleodid assortment 01 SPY GLASSES MI
CHOfiCOPES, COMPASSES, Be ., kept on hand.
Inserted without pain, as perfect aa naturaL
(7"Offie 38 Sapenar strvet .uktder the American Hotel.
Gbotu abb Biin't Tam.
rt-T bianno MAcantBs,
The parti ctilar sttenttoa
L.diea u called to the abore
machine, wiich pouesae th
following decided and an
miit&kiblfl dTaiithgBi :
1st. Cottoa U wed aa it it porchajed on pools
withoat ro-win ding; faring time, trouble and
id. The trouble and perplexity of tiling a abut
tie, (aa ia other auebinea,) ia in tail aroided; no
ahuttle U employed, the under thread being need
Iroia a Urge apool.
Sd. It it very simple yet strong in construction,
easily learned and kept in order, aad does not re
quire to be taken apart to be oiled.
4th. The atiteh is always distinct, oxen aad reg
ular, and will not rip though erery fourth stitch
Ml The stitch is as elastic as the moat elastic
This Kachine embroiders beautifully.
Ladies and others interested in the sarins, of
labor areinrited to call at the Bales-room of the
subscriber and examine for themselTes. The
abore machines are freely shown aad sanples of
work giren at all times.
The terTices of a ladr and tlie nee of a machine
an be obtained by the day in families, by calling
at the room of lb. Hopkins. Terms 1.50 per day.
Northrop t. Spangler's Block,
Potwinr at., up eraira.
A SELECT SCHOOiTlOKrGTRLS,
erne acin nil the eeaenis a - nr. A unrfn. rd
wcaiion. wit: be oxw-ejfwl m ax Sunday eVkool R.xhb, iq the
rear f Tnciiv Chasrn. Koivnor ffreet, on ihe rirst of Sep
wember. under the earas.' the HiMrt VARIA.S. and the
reoeral u eniOendenee f Bar. A. YAhtlAN, as Eactorof
Antl irm tern for d sniaMoa to be made al the School Boom
St nnv time dunoe the c ur of the School term.
A Pivectua. teuinc frth Terms, ax., can be ha4 on an
nltratioa to tbe Reactor, or to either of the RfV rrBtienten,
TauUta of tna ?Cwaoi. Im CLAXION,
' au3 dka M8 Kat. L CAltTEB-
BUSH. OF PURE REAPED
Tiawthf God mat rerei.fd at the Cleveland
iut J STAIR h SON
WYLUSIXO RED TOP OR BOG
DESTROYER. Tlua athrrna rgVetaaJ rraaa (
nhdaiaaaaraalasdaoowa. It wili ii.ld irwaatwolo three
toes of rvwal haf to the acre. s'taaaJebr
art J STATR k SOW
TT'EXTCCKY BLL'K OK ASS, OR-
. chard GrM and Too Serd uf pra aoaUta caa
am ioaa4 at Ne O-tara, street
aa 1- STAIR a SOW.
TK HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
fr... mm . al ruiT.H am. Rape. Miett Let
. .mi Urn 0--1a m tr!l Ufl f 'u. and .are. If
anas wtm to her, yaw Birda health,, tees thrm apoa aaee
Utcaaaaaare aeed. 'aaiaaMaeal(irirparate.
J PI A1H a BOW,
aaajS lie. Oatarw sine.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS.
SATURDAY MOHMNG, SEPT. 23,
Hower a. MtrUa Diied ApplesjSalt, Flour, Be
Clbas, GoDdsell ft Co Hats. Caps, Fnrs. ax.
J- Sr fc Son Dutch BnlLous Ruots Hoaiiny, Be.
Form our own Reporter.
BinrosD TJmox Fair. Yesterday morning.
in the midat of a pouring rain, we made our
way to the depot to take advantage of the esrlv
freight train, and thus fulfil onr engagement
made to the good people of Bedford to be
"among them taking 0010." On entering the
car we found ouraelree the only occupant, and
monarch over all the seats, on two of which we
stretched our form and listened to the pattering
of the rain upon the root Until we reached
tbe city limits tbe train
Like a wooaded make dracrtd rts glow length alotMT,"
bat then we were carried at a good rate to Xew
borgk, where about forty excursionists got on
board, being mostly young Isdies and gentlemen
who were as full of fun as John G. Saxe. Ar
riving at the pleasant village of Bedford, the
drenching rain put a damper npon the p os
pects for the day, but rendered the day a fine
one for those having umbrellas or overshoes for
sale. Tbe people of the village had been en.
terprising and active in preparing the grounds
for a successful Fair, and had accomplished
much. A large tent capable of containing 2,000
persons had been erected. The finest trotting
ring in the county had been made ready for the
tests of speed stalls and pens had been pro
vided for the cattle, and the whole arranged in
a systematic and thorough manner. Seats
overlooking the ring were erected for the use of
the ladies. Tne Secretary's office was situated
at the entrance to the grounds where the words
Bedford Union Fair" were wrought in large
The tent being rather oi l and worn, the rain
fell in quantities through its holes, fur which
cause many of tbe fancy articles and cloths had
been removed, but enough remained to present
a fine appearance. Had the day been fair there
would have been a very large concourse of peo
ple to honor this first fair of tbe Society, bu.
water is a potent agent in the affairs of men.
and its effect when falling from the clouds is
not always pleasant. So, although the attend
ance was large, it was much leas than the mer
its of tbe ease demanded. The exhibition of
horses and cattle was very creditable to the
farmers about, but in the mechanical depart
ment there were rery few entries. Among the
latter Baldwin, Dewitt 4 Co., and B. Martin 4
Co., furnished some barrows, plows, straw cut
ters, ttc. Chas. Ilovcirs mower was the onlv
one on exhibition. Tbe Home Sewing Machine
was working diligently under the direction of
the Agent, Mr. Jerry Coon.
We note some of the articles which were es
pecially creditable, and regretting that tbe want
of space will exclude the rest.
C. D. Purily, of Bedford, bad on exhibition a
beautiful Aquarium stocked with various kinds
of fish, and containing also a turtle and a frog
which seemed to have made themselves "at
home" among the stones and plants. By
neans of a water tank above, a fountain was
playing in an elevated basin of recks from which
the water flowed through a trough and turned
tbe wheel of a miniature grist mill. The miller
(lazy fellow) waa sitting oc a projecting log
fishing, and once or twice a minute would jerk
his line up with a true fisherman's snap, and
we could almost see a shade of vexation on his
face as he saw it was "only a bile." The whole
was very ingeniously constructed. Mr. Purely
also exhibited a number of Indian relics and a
warrior's skull broken by a blow fr.ra a toma
hawk. These relics were dug from a mound on
the Upper Mississippi.
The Pordy fumily must be great on antiqua
rian researches, as we were shown in addition
to the aboTe, a collection ot Roman coins, and
some old newspapers which have reached the
sere and yellow leaf."
These latter are interesting "types of the
times" from which we could cull manr extracts
had we space. A fac simile of Benjamin Frank
lin's -Ync England Courier of 1723 was not the
least attractive specimen.
While speaking of by-gone times, we will
mention a landscape embroidered with silk
which was done by Mrs. E Thomas of Bedford
in 1805. It was excellently done, as were sev
eral other fine specimens of embroidery.
The Ladies department was well attended to
and many neat and delicate contributions show
ed that the fingers of the fair dames and maidens
had not been idle. Flowers, Baskets, Paintings,
Ac, were arranged in profusion, and the list
would swell to a formidable size were we to
enumerate all deserving of praise.
The Chair Factories of Bedford were well
represented by a large array 'of chairs, plainly
saying "come to our arms."
In the fruit department there was of course a
scarcity, but among those who exhibited, Vt. P.
Robinett of Independence had a tempting ar
ray, comprising forty varieties of different kinds
of fruits. Of the merits of some of his noble
apples we can speak, "knowing whereof we af
firm," and furthermore, we can speak from ex
perience of the richness and Savor of itmebody't
home-made wines, both Elderberry and Currant
Were we not a temperance man, we should ex
patiate upon the subject.
The rain so affected tbe track as to prevent
any ditplay of horsemanship upon it in the fore
noon. On Thursday the following ladies rode
in the ring: Miss Brewster, of Nortbfield; Miss
es Wheeler, Parkman, Libby, Culver, (9 years
old) Leland and Osbom, of Bedford. The ri
ding for prizes was to take place yesterday af
ternoon. Taking the Fair rs a whole, it was one re
flecting great credit upon the managers and up
on tbe spirit of the contributors. The Fair in
cluded the five towns of Bedford, Kewburgh,
Solon, Independence and Warrensville, bnt Bed
ford led tbe rest. The officers of tbe Fair were:
President, Benj. Lamson; Vice President, J. C.
Cleveland ; Secretary, E. J. Bates ; Treasurer,
Being obliged to leave at 2:50 P. M., we were
unable to see the afternoon execises or to obtain
a full list of the premiums.
Among those whom the Fair called together
were several sporting gentlemen, who thought
that the rural inhabitants might Lave their
pockets picked with impunity, but who were
soon arrested for trying th' game, and kept
secure in the hotel. Bedford folks know a
thing or two about such matters.
A Mr. Leland, of Kewburh, was driving a
pair of horse in the ring on Thursday evening,
when tbe carriage broke and he was thrown out
injuring him considerably.
The Bedford people have mide a good and
successful beginning in the way of Union Fairs.
May each one be more sriceessful than the pro
Wt cannot cloee without tendering onr thanks
to Mr. K. J. Bates, tbe Secretary of the occa
sion, tor his kindly furnished Hems and facta,
and to J. B- Cannon, Esq., and family, to
whose kind news and hospitality we owe much
of the preasrrre of tbe visit
A procession of three large wagons was form.
ed at the village, from which they were drawn
to the Fair Grounds with their contents, as fol
lows : In, or rather upon tbe first, was a col
lection of mechanical works on the second the
whole process of chair-making from the rough
timber to the finished chair, was carried on by
Mssrs. Lord, Parke t Co., and tie chair thus
made sold at auction, while upon the third
wagon all kinds and descriptions of mechanical
work was carried on, including blacksmithing,
shoe making, wagon-making, tc, ttc. This
car bore on its sides the mottoes "Labor con
quers all things," "Work or die," "Industry,"
and "In memory."
During the reading of tbe report of the award
ing committees the ring was occupied by the
ladies, and then by the boys, in riding. The
same ladies rode who are mentioned abore.
A capital adddress was then made by A. T.
Slade, Esq , of Cleveland, which was brief but
Dodge, the inimitable, was then called for and
ground out a machine song, wnich was receiv
ed and applauded most heartily. Dodge is trn
meiueJy popular in Bedford.
The company then dispersed for their several
homes, well pleased with the Fair.
We shall publi.h the list of premiums shortly.
I V Last evening's D aler contained a most
wanton and scurrilous attack upon our worthy
School Superintendent, forsooth because he
will not play the reporter to that sheet.
It seems that the Secretary of the Board of
Education has seen fit, of his own accord.
and as a piece of gratuity on his part, to fur
nish the Leader and Herald with re porta of the
doings of the Board of Education. Because he
does not do it for the Dealer, that paper, or
rather the small potato Maumce biped who
does up the reporting for it, has seen fit to vent
his spite against Mr. Freeze, by publishing
contemptible innuendoes against him, supposing
him to be the person who furnished the reports
as above stated.
If the Dealer wishes to publish the doings of
tbe Board, let it compel its Maumee im
portation to be on hand and do its own report
Policc Coi'BT. Wm. Pticatt and Wm. Cryd
ler on charge of grand larceny, were committed
to prison, being unable to give (500 bail for
their appearance at C. C. P.
Charles Latham for house breaking, fined
$15 and thirty days imprisonment
John Frotuers, James McAllister, John Kel-
ley and Wm. Fitzgerald for petit larcecy, fined
1 10 each and ten days confinement
John O'Brien and Jas. O. Donelly for disturb
ance, fined S5 and cost.
I.vTEacsrixG We are informed that a Bev.
gentleman living within the city limits, being
desirous of leaving home early in the morning,
a day or two since told his "help" to prepare
an early breakfast Not finding it ready for
him in the morning, he went to her room to call
her when she informed him that she didn't
feel well, that she couldn't got his breakfast
that "in short" she was obliged to stay in ber
room and take care of a young responsibility
that made its advent into the world during the
night Under the circumstances he excused
her from getting up, and retired to inform his
household of the stranger's arrival.
t?FcLLEs, the man who jumped from the
Weddell window a few days since, has gone to
CiT It will be seen by reference to advertise
ment that Messrs. Collins Good sell 4 Co. are
in receipt of their early fall stock of IlaU, Caps
and Furs. They will continue to receive week
ly additions to their already large stock, and
can no doubt exactly suit the wants of the
Western trade. Their place of business is at
Ko. 37 Water street, up st airs.
AsoTiir.a TorTxAE!rT. Be not startled, for
no other State Parade will bless(?) Cleveland,
we trust, but the boys have taken the infection
and are to have a strife for a brass trumpet
wcrth 5, to day, on Superior street. The
contest is to be between(two or three juvenile
Hook and Ladder companies. Contest at 2
this afternoon. No reporters from abroad are
ex-tected to be present.
CT'E. Rt rriKi's Fall stock of Hats and Caps
has arrived. It embraces the newest fashions
and all styles, and of course will be sold at lower
prices than ever. All work in the line of Furs
can be done promptly at his establishment, as he
has had great experience in Eurotie and this
country. He is now engaged in manufacturing
for the winter trade. sep7
FiT Three Silver Medals, Two Diplomas
and Fifteen dollars, were awarded to J. F. Ryder
for the best Photographs, of various styles, on
exhibition a; the State Fair at Sandusky just
closed Sept. SOdlm 201.
Gcitii.W. H. Thomas, Teacher of the Guit
ar, Rooms at No. 3 Euclid street Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
Colnmbn, 6 j A -V 1 III
Liu Si. .r. Vast . " 3.M 10 00
KlM.ureli a WlierliDS 11 20 A H. s-ss P. M.
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rro:l B at 4-00 "
f-ltueot arialnac omaryanre to euaerol mt iw
rraiu, .r -iai wi 1 1 it. cai im lor iy mt i aeaui sirrrai
Oaaaibu. Line, by i-v!n-. itieir adiire al tlir Oiirr.ibiia of
So. Si sa,-ii.r atrMt. uoor axl u VYaUdcil House.
Bonis anD Sl)ocs.
SPE-NCER & MELLEN.
WHOLESALE DSXBS I
BOOTS AND SHOES,
OF ALL THE VARIOUS KINDS,
No. 24 Water street, Cleveland, O-
Oksou -rENCKB. .
..L. F. lull
an ltd 11
HUETT, BUKGETT & CO .WHOLE
SALEDKALERIN BOOTS. SHOES. AND Rkf
3aNS N 37 WatM-..a f.w duoraMMUh .f Ua PurtoR c
B. wfc. I. hcitt. aaaarr, ihui
(HAMPHENE ATD CARBON OIL
.. LAWS LAMP STORE. SS Oatano St.
lv the btw SWHt.raria Stnt Gaa Lamp ra eusteae..
R-Im a larrt aas Ararat ul Laaa 3U rw cent -batf
Shan ran lit b (i ft'ewhre iql21:r S
Maafactorod f any deaircd proof, and pat aa ta
PRIME ORDKR AT WHOLESALE.
Pure Spirits tud lierlifitd Liquori,
Of rrrrr &t.rijirm. tnritTT filr-.
l-fr fr'at-ilitirs luc aUiufr'.otrJij aoC rarMl mj mmf
e4raibcBt ia the caaatry.
Merchant Block, 178 Raer St.,CUveUna0.
in-l "m ! fOT-VINO a CO
BOARDING NEAR THE CEN
TKR t F BU-1NESS. te a heath. l.aitoa.-Tw.
or 'are. laimlir. ortirce Bianlers ma aernmin.atd
wl.b ro d al raaaueab.. Buard. 8 W BL RK1 ri.
an? ii2Sti aST 1 hif rwt
WOOLEK KJalTl'LNQ YAMS,
F every color and number, for sale
HI. I l o c n a ' - v - -
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN COL
LARA K.w8rleaot EBibruairrl ( id -ara iwr'a
h, JuU1 g RAYMOND a CO.
Reportaat kr Ihe lalea Teiearmaih,
orrici, warirs's block, cosnsr or bami and
ST. CLAIB 8TBISTS.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
NEW HAVEN, Sept. 24.
Geo. Mercer, an Englishman, and a cutter by
trade, in an amateur prize fi;ht in this city last
nigut was killed by v m. Houston, another Eng
lisbman. There was but one witness present.
They loucht five rounds:- on the first two Houston
fell, and on the other three klercer fell and did not
rise from the last his brain was congested.
Houston is committed for examination to-day.
SAVANNAH, Sept. 24.
Tbe severe storm in Florida has greatly damaged
Steamers from this port are strongly quaran
tined at St Mary's and the river ports of Florida.
BOSTON, Sept. 24.
Tbe Roval Mail steamship Niagara, Capt. Vliller,
from Liverpool via Halifax, arrived here shortly af
ter 12 o'clock last night. Hi r mails for tbe South
were forwarded by toe overland train of tbu morn
ing, acd will be due at New York at 5 P. M.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 24.
The steamship HuntaviUe will leave this eveninir
for Xew York. She put io here in consequence of
a augnt derangement to ner machinery, which baa
LAYING CORNER STONE OF THE
BINGHAMTON, Sept. 23.
Everything bids fair for a large attendance at
the lay .ng of tbe corner stone of the Inebriate Asy
lum to-morrow. Hon. Edward Everett, also lion.
Benj. F. Butler, Hon. Geo. Folsom. Ir. J. W.
Francis, Dr. Bel'ows, Ac. A large number of the
Trustees are present Tbe Trustees in connection
with prominent eitiuenaof Binghamlon visited tbe
site this P. M., and were much pleased with the
extensive and picturesque prospect it affords.
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 23.
Steamship Cahawba. with Havanna dates to the
20th in st., has arrived.
An English steamer had broueht to Havanna 660
A cargo of Africans hid been landed at Carde
Stock of sugars amounted to 135,000 boxes.
Sterling exchange 1 1-4. Exchange on Xew
Deaths by fever yesterday 50.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24.
The receipts inlo the Treaaurv last week wr
f 1,166,000; a reduction of nearly 'J64.0uO aa com.
pared with those of the previous week. The
amount subjec' to draft is SI 2.900.000.
tbe Land Unices at Stillwater have been remnv.
ed to Cambridge, and that at r'airbault to St Pe
Tbe Postmaster General, who left for the North
this afternoon, will stop at Philadelphia on busi
ness connected with tbe Post Office. Custom and
Court House arrangements of that city.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24.
stone dressiog mill of Maxtersoo, Smith A
inelair anH ItimL., v.nt nf kL ,- a. - .
, ' ' " . o, uiwi uu
Thirtieth street were burned last Bight Loss
w,w, paruaiiy inscreu.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
$10,000 IN GOLD FROM PIKE'S PEAK.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 24.
Wyandotte iKjiukI t:-,7n ..r (h. imi,
Yesterday Ten Thousand Dt liars is gold dust sr-
nrMl b.M frr.m Pit.'. I' .... 1 - . , .
; ; " - man orougui
six thousand tne result of a few weeks' work.
FROM NEW YORK.
FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sept. 24.
It is stated that tbe Canard steamer Alna hail a
cross deck wa'king beam on her second deck.
l ne great 4 mile race on the Fashion Corn la
postponed till Monday on account of the storm.
The steamship Vigo fto-morrowi will tk. nnt
230 passengers and about iJOO.OuO in specie.
CYRUS W. FIELD AND ASSOCIATES
SHAKING THE OPERATORS AT TRINITY
BAY AND WAKING THEM UP.
To Mr. De Saul i), Ckirf Electrician at thcTnn
Uy Bay nffict:
I deem it proper to state as the result of my in
quiries concerning the despatch of Thursday from
trinity Bay, announcing the resumption ot perfect
signals through the Cable from Vaientia. that the
announcement was made through a dispatch from
the Superintendent of the land lines in Newfound
land to tne Associated t'ress, and was unuuestion.
ably reported in good faith, but as tbe iutormatiun
has not been continued by sir. De Sauty, who alone
nas lull Knowledge or all tbe facia, 1 regard the
statement an possibly premature.
It is conjectured that the shore end of tbe Cable
at Yalentia must be taken un for a distance of sev
eral miles, which, by reason of bad weather or un-
utvorabie uinicultiea, may occupy three or four
weeks. The depth of water within 260 miles of the
Irish Channel ranges from about60 to 400 fathoms.
and it is not doubted that even 2i0 miles of the Ca
ble could be raised if necessary.
CYRUS W. FIELD.
Vote Mr. De fauiy's answers will be furnish
ed for publication without unnecessary delay.J
NEW YORK. Sept 24,. 10 A. M.
To De Sauty, Trinity Bay .-
Great dissatisfaction exists in this country with
the res rve maintained at Trinity liar in contrast
wi.h the frank communications from Vaientia to
tbe British public.
Give us daily information of the state of the
Telegraph under jour charge
(Signed.) PETER COOPER.
CYRUS W. FIELD.
WILSON G. HUNT.
E. M. ARCHIBALD.
Taken to the offices of the other honorary mem
bers in New York, but they could not be seen,
hence the absence of their signatures.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24.
ToDc Sauty, Trinity Bay:
Dispatches from you aod from Mr. McKay, sre
contradictory. Now please give me explicit an
swers to tbe following inquiries :
Fust Are you now or have you been within
Ih-eeor four days receiving distinct signals from
Second. Have you sent a message long or abort
to tbe Directors at London ?
Third if you answer no, to tbe above, please
tell me if the electrical manifestatations have raised
Signed, CYRUS W. FIELD.
SAVANNAH, Sept. 24.
The whole number of yellow fever developed ia
this city from tbe 15th to tbe 21st. both inclusive,
was 20. No new cases were developed on Wednes
day or Thursday.
I here is no delav whatever in business and the
alarm bu subsided.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24.
Br advices from Turks Island, weleara that Ex-
President Valande, of St. Domingo, arrived with
hie suit at that Island on the 3-1 ol Sept
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES
TO BE CLOSED OCT.
E. I. Baldwin V Co.,
INTENDING TO RELINQUISH
A. this Kraai-b ot trade anl! offeree and af.er wkl)NKS
LAY, AlAV 13:h.Utr aulirt alork ot
at aredoetioaof aearly BOfMrreeaS reset aaal prices.
Whottsa tiuviTse well as tamllit, will tino lbi.Baex
eellcat niuortouitf to ohtaia tirent B.'r-iin in 'arseCKida.
mill H. 1. BALDWIN a CO.
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
The eaoKest styles, ta ry isn-tr of Polob, Dxsis
aad Qi.L.-ir. aU at ta. LOWKsT POSSIBLE PRI
CES, rsa ha aajtd at
D13 MOBtSAX k BOOT'S.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find
th. tart-at and ehaapeat stock ot
aaM At RETTBERO A HALSMAKN 8,
LADiXS' WOOLEN HOSE,
Ribfced aad Plata, all coieTE.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN HOSE,
Plata, Faary, aad Plaid.
aepU LADIES' HOODS.
-VW IS THE TIME.-Jut received
.a irau iii iat. autip MLe n A LW tKK.
AJOa WHICH at; I
CriMhv's Nrt. Mud 4 hou jjaiit-ra n Valve. TaHtrr.
Cfiti'i i l.it-iL-b BruMMli
0j !- d Ju,n-rrf.
Bigi iuw, PiaxJte aikJ BrKiu' UratwlaTapealry.
?4Vw Mt.Hiioa iKatu-rn .f Cair-t.
Suu' fi's lairy Iitcrait. Cvia-la rot r tvrw pattern- Coa
ao d - t. jumI uciff bcitire bitijrru Uj Uu en j.
Sopcrfin lrumina, in rrrt anrty; with cfauic) Baca
KiiRl.wb Mvct Ski a Mlu.
N B. Carpet. cut. matlo, acd pnt itown r.t the 8h..ri,t
X HA V.U)M) Jk (',
Cilli NEW CAKPi-TS HAVE
iu.t. 'Aim now mthm unie t. m .kc r.xu h
it rua luteud tw ptiretMM i'AHPKT tl.i Kail. Our Mr
HanMnd i. at pretr.'t in 'cW V. rk. a -id h:.k avenl u ,.nir
J1" www ol Kit'n Vi-LVETS and Bht
M.LS. bot b klDclin ai tl Amrriran. Iiir r , lix ami S-Pu .
V..AI-, a w duw htp inf .:k..are ol nrriuj; cur old 4 ua
UiK-r, and all -Mhwr wImj bmv mmr ua vi'b a ra!t at
unrr rvjiinrkiblj ct.ran. ai d GOODS KOUVLTO N
KVtR UKiiL'GHi- TO IMK Wi:sr. 7':.ll aial axan'n
S. KAYMoNli k CO.
1 axr. V 'j, I O
XI NKW MKHAI.I.l4 FATFKKaNS K VKLVKT
I'AKPK I", jUhit chjaved. arwl will in More m a dx r
tWO. Alw) IUW atrla.ll T .la.twar Ll,....-I. - ' . I, -
irattiF leas I ban the old otk- t .sat.
"PI S HAYMOVn aV
CARPETS AND RUGS,
KJ times Mats,
a3 - ... Cue o. Mm,
, KoaiHl Mala,
Oral M , Is.
. , , Skaletoa Ma's,
, . Veaetlaa Carpeting,
Velvet and Bnlssrls,
, ,, Three-ply and I aerate,
f,t ttTtytoa cimwnt n ro
Bargainsfor the People.
E. I. It. I L, I J If "J.V CO.
RE STILL OFFERING the most
In all kinds of SUMMER (;rorw n, .r..l s-k .k.-k
the nani.rous leebleiiau-tioos ar. uuily nuicukma We
Jilaaday, Aagaat 9th,
The best Barraios yeL
1000 Yds. Extra Eitrl 4 Shilling Bart:t,
Plaia folora. alt wttnl and saDrt.rie quality, at
Onr entire nor k of SUMMER fOODS for MEN AND
oiiia la, u aoout auca uts oa d 11 t.
08 SUMMER WEAR THE
be rt B-oon meut at
)il'i W. WARIIF.VS.
ATKNT COLUMBIAN SKIRT
SFKiNUS A new artiulr.at I..5 .hf-rf
P Moht;S m. ROOT
I" A N T I LLaS ELEGANT LCAE
.A.r av. i-taniiia.
iOU Mread Mantlr.
Ptthr L.ice Mabtillaa,
Hxrit lK-e p.-i ita.
Heal hin-1 nlt Net Shawb,
Barrvf-e and Si I k Talma.
I .nth and I.iiieu Had ami.
iuatT m c e tvariftr,
. . , . . Mii'-;e a'l t.rrrtauoe Slwwla.
Onr tork o ttiase sooda u ui-tiuair d n rM. market
J" K 1 BALim iN m (.
COTTON HOST FRY".
OUR STOCK OF COTTON IIOSIE
kY is the UocuA in ib t'rr. an.1 aM -f ivitr owe
importalua. KKlTBKRl) a H AUmM AN N.
IN EN TOWELING A LARGE
J assortment miiai s. RAYMOND a CO.
nOLESALE OR RETAIL. We
f T hat. an. ia t. ire. and i a, rue.
aai ha.e SKtioza.
&) do Bui.,
: do Wirka,
n d.i Tiio.
lial do Wnddme,
l'W do Kiy.,
HO d Kii.ur fcks,
SO no Demon,
'."S d Mnors,
M I'o Th'Ii.i,
M do C.tt.Hi Vara,
'M do t'oiloa Wiro,
rl eos'a Blf-at-hl Lotnu,
M d Trims
serH MOROAN k BOOT
CHOICE ASSORTMENT of new
WV.1, a ktrse stM'k ot the host asakea of
Also, a few pHC. ol choic.
MORGAN a RiT
Ja.t recoikod by
STAYS! STAYS ! REYNOLDS &
CO '.S PATENT t OKSKT. the b-t t iiiraitd-
otarn (null 3ndti:KK. will, i l'iaifii- l.ii-vt r-DtifrintT Uli : LlbA
c-Mt th.-Tleauea t.r rrcm lu'r a ltd mtiiort
(a j .t i-iiK iiHlv.tLi u
THER INVOICE DOUGLAS
ft. S H K k W t M) ITS t , K VL I X E Ad ut&lle Uaile tvK-
Sihirta Ht9Cif od by Kiurasa.
PRINTS! PRINTS! 25" CASES
Priata aat rercif ed oy
MOKt. AN k ROOT.
I? I. BALDWIN & CO. ARE
-it OPI NiN,; thtir , ALL Iiuo.srt:iiinK aiad iiu
cisAshca, coauiriaAiag Uie aaost eilcuiva aawr iauerut ol
FMBP.OilKH1V S ANli LArT..
CI OTHn. CAvMJIKKKS A Vll VlMINTrfi.
HAT VIHHoNS. ASD Tkl.VlMINi.S AND HINGES,
MAKr n K Tl , I l.r.. rtlw 1 r.tt ULOT Za
1X11-TIiJS AND FLANNLLS,
HOL'blC-K HV IM NO OOOli),
8 II AWLS.
Oar atork thia ant n tna ill excel anr heretrtf-rre ntf-red
m ttie fu, m extern ad eir-ranre, Rirt ol our 'rifn
LtpnK betiur Cunti:ied to tlie laicat tTlrs, and to tl.e mX
riqaisiia uattrn aod fal'ti-9 Our patU-rna o( nvuvel
r-oawu. ui (iiti man nuat- nnceni aeacri, too, wiu no nrny
tor u ajaetioo in a t-w dara. Tia
Will bare rlue an euiioo, aid Mercbanti. id ih City, aa wall
aa othera, will utd jt iur Ukeir nitereat to m., n.
arui k.. I H.ALUn at l 'J.
OUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT
larrowded wtita the aoreltiea of tlie trnso. cuBnDria-
laa; the beat aatortucutto ba Dnd m utarltct.
a." A By tae yard or piT.
1AVLOR. GRISWOLD k CC.
1 0On yards lawns, worth
XvVU ctgateca ptaeelurone ahihinf.
pHENILLE AND MANTILLA
W stvaw a I, tunc milk an audi caa vanatj of
Woollen, at are. bainuaa.
anu CITY MILLS STORK.
jo AVI-OR. OTilSWOI.D k TO.
fsOK CHILDHENaS' WKAU;
L Cottoaaors.laat oulora.
inn TAVI.OR. ORISWOLO h CO.
WE SHALL OPEN TUESDAY,
T T Jua lt, the larteat htjnmm and mnat ISowl
tylra fATim MAUilieaa. oroarxit ii trua ..nnei.
el K J. HAl.liw IN U
N N O U N C K M E N T . A few n.ore of
axauiaoLat Ma ha Sta re-aitent t tim tiaw.
1 Al LUN, liHIailLU n, l'f
BARGAINS IN PRINTS AND Mus.
)iuawV4 cUrdil lam
jbii v 1 1 t iaiLL3 aiunr..
r INENS FOR PANTS,
Li V niled ljrw-rt-.
jatj TAYLOR, GRISWOLD 4k CO.
SILKS! SI LIS!
Ab ElecaM Aasortaaeal
r.I.VCl BRESS LAS.
r A act to Sale, to wkK-B we itiTife
a. . i. r-t. 'I a La . rTLkriHW
They will be sold CHEAP.
jan3 H D KELDALL a CO.
OOPS. 100 Gross Brass Hoops of
extra Qaallty. at redared rati, to the Jobninr l"r-l..
TRlH LINENS! Made ot flax twice
I i ,-.! i,n.n.. Iie.iles hems morh laore
lii.ndi.ime and durable. Tbre hneas ar. f rr rheap to
th. eoaam.r. Try ihrm oee ami y"" .ill bar thsai
S. KAVMilNII a CO.
CJILKS. AN ELEGANT ASSORT
Bayadere. Clvea, aod Fu.ua.
HU H DkESS GOOD8-
oil a turn".
w ol DeUrnrea,
aiarw wn.l eiMirahle viea.
ToatvUttLf Sett a,
R T. KENDALL R CO..
nirUZK WRAPPERS & DRAW
IT era fc Ueatleavaa. SILK WRAPPERS M 0tla-
a. is.t raceirra or
ll E. I. BALDWIN a 1-e
N OTHER INVOICE OF DOUG-
X A-LAJw aad aHI.Rwfuu a rt -hwb.
cn B 5 i
Z s Z
vQ w" St , ,
f r o r
- i 2, - a
I S " b? a a
Q i 1' s!oOa
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i: i ' s go 3
O ) , i , 5 "ftr?
rV(:. mJ.J.; ST IP
I. (irtatrr kyth of strimn tn tkt tamo tistd com.
.t, GrraUr tpacr bftuxxn th ntrmngt in Urn aw wimtJeatt.
3, Tht nonntr of nfpptng tkt Wnbrmtntm of tht otrinm,
4, Tkt fwennmo ef tkt wbratmsm of tkttfrimf.
5, Tht tw. a-y of tkt ton.
i. Tktitnrnfkof Btrtm?.
7. The jnct tmyth of tim trhick tke instrument nrnutims in tmnt.
That tb Boblie maf bbm inrl In.ln r ihsam whether
tbe above Btaxrncat ba tnte. I publiab n dikhjcraaa or tba oid aivd
bmm' ii ut ot pianoa, mt rather the fs atjlss. which irjtM-ia
all modem ImLtrowvmeBia, and the Uaik-l. lawia fc Co ai;ka
waicb arccpto ibe dxjctrtM Lkai are are li !: ia an a-x of
a.r B. sum! ituu numt bnt aid fotxiea wUl 4iaaa lihstl twice two
rqaaJ roax , muA tbml Ui loa. weigh twwee a wikch aa Altjr
1 will umTtratAt Ute blloaoph7or tba two ktawa of aaatrta
aaenia, ad leave tba nader w draw ha awa cAaclaaaaaa.
I, The Hallet, Ikivit dr Lb. piano harm m greater
iengtk of string than those of any other make in
the onme sized ease.
The troth of tula awenent nay be Been at a glance, aa Dear
ly tlie entire Wumh of a traicht minx ean be aaed for ribra
boa. ( w duMfrnDi) wbikauaoae that an- bant, Dceavrt Iv have
the reet or brtdpre pin luwrtsfd at a ffreaS dtstaace from the aad
of Use iLsjio . t:e Um autiie would he bo rreax L0 Mrrnc ntwt d
anat ia, twaia bwfof it could ba draws uu wilhka mm octave mi
It ia well know ttmt the reaaow a iHctawepiaie doaa aot
aowweaa the wvaraw mmJ dtytk e tomevl n sevea-oetave pianola
thai in arinira are tk',' ur . w Itit utm above impwv.WAVst at
octave Itallet, Davti A Co. piM to eubted w acwd oat a
V'Vr anAncker tome tbaa a aeveo.otlAve ptaiM of aa otbar
2, The HaUet, Dana dr Co. Pianos have o widrr
space betuTten the strings than those of any other
The uoth of thia ataiMoewt ia equally plain, from tbe fact
that a traujr.ht itriaa; acenptea do aHra tice thaa aimpty ita
auitv wtiiW a heat trime nquiree Is additlo iae tliraa.
I oan t r itt airl. from the bridice ta the tuainc pis. The nr
u.la I aihr bDl, Btriiikta af aaBceyaavanly mn csowa urtrv-ihrr thaU
thry often hit one anotnrr. and i'rraVviaviar white the pertwnn
ararv playiatr heavy aiarcbes. fantanica aad Tanatiotoa- Tta
Birif!if. trlntra have aa mach rootu that toey vibraM treely aad
aevr tTlaavb aaaitat ooa aiotiarr.
3, The manner of stopping the vibration.
The vibration of the etrinr. ia all planoa. corametkcee wbera
the bannker auikea it, mm Um bridtra, where U ta atopved Laew
1 h toa of tba Wt violin la the world ea be rained by
ntetitutiar a poor hridtre. tfarta provitut that the lotie of a
triiir la iifTft.iii jrotfj rSy r? BMnauy in wbich the vibralv(n
it to.p-d. The vibiatioaof tlie etrinaTin the H. D A V plans
ii Mnj.prd with firt bontontai fretaof t-opotfr or bell faetaJ ' see
lacrajo f i frivinarto the atriaic a aott. full. aBt-'Ikiw iVu.J trm:
wniec ui all othi-r p.ano lw vibration u tpped by nwrirht
r.n rt. l-ew diBrrtvni B ) irtri rc thlw. (Tony, wnrrrm tvmt
tbal baa cnuaed ttmnaaVMla of paraooa, baviua; Laiae aimaical at
tnisatKHM to e-u lajB :
' i tl not like the irony taraac of a plana t It b far lartar
to the fall neb tone of an onran. Hate or mnimtkrmn."
Tlie rraaow tliat the atriufrs in all other ptaaoa are beat at the
brvd, c pin is tliat a vbarp aottle ha to he tmtiJt ta order to atoy
the vibration. Ia that II. I 7 piano tbe etrtna are drawn
trait'lit over the eoppor fret and held down ana laaereos by
the buapenaioa briJKe, awa diaftTata &. B
All Kinds of JIiiMcal
Furniture Polih making old Fnrailnre look
safely b apulied to Piano) only iw e?nti ipieeo.
A full and iplendid aaaortment of SHEET MUSIC
Instruments constantly on Hand.
footl m new, (and the onTj kind thai can with
rtt-a 4 v t
and MCSIC B00K3 eonttantly on hand.
4 The evenness of the vibration of tie string.
However mod a frtriaa; atay be. It will aetta M ,,,, g,,
It vtWahtsM. awd Um vo-r tike vibratoa the aener the too--To
vibrate evenly. tle mtnnm. ahoaid bav bat two diaunet aao
tloarv. dtreetly to and fro. The bainjBer tcrikea oa the ander
aide, aea diaarraaa 11.) and the ttrnt tuotioa of the atrinaf ta to
rerede from the hatnmer. In tbe H. 1 A fo piauto tbe aecoad
amctoa of the atrine; ia to return in a etrairh' direct line to Ita
atari i ac aoiut, and then, if It vihratae a 'irittaiirl baMa, lie
aouon La ap, dowa ap, dowa--od mfinttrm.
The aecoad avoCon of the etdnar la all nter makaa cannot bo
tamnru m a direct liao, foe the toltowlntt rravota To bend aat
article of any u balance lonne an albow or atacie. aad the out
aide half thereby Dfi-eaaaarily as oat be arawa the ttcowe4.-
Now it ta Bnivraally known that tbe tighter a itriria: ta draara
tbe nore rapidly it wilt vibrate, and aa the twoaidea at a beat
trine are unevenly drawn, and ita lower two eidee, or edge
of tbe twoaidea are atrwek by the bararoer. and the atnnc for
ced up. taoaead ol iu rw4AtrwJoa a a direct Una, it deviate froaa
it proper couraa by beintt perceptibly drawn tuwarda too oat
aide, or .'ay'ifff awaW of the ancle or elbow, and ita aonaent
tiiefeaAer, becaaaaa ratarv. and every tuae it cornea around to
ftba alack or eooLrsicted aio. it reeeivoa a dead. Iroay. ciantjinf
tte k, woich ia nnoihct cauae of the aMVetuaaaa of toaa of thai
old kind of aiano
6, The evenness of Ctne.
Thia to the reaott of the tbat-il (Varnre: Itbetnc a and venal 1
CMctMtcd fact that all umt ia pmdoc-d by ihotoaI., aa4 tAm
imt owner tkt ribrattom, tkt twener tkt tome.
The strength of string.
The raoa why atriaara o oftea bfoafc in tbe term moo piano
and why they inariaiy break at the elbow or bridge-pin, la,
too atniifra beiTtaT beat at a iii m a-i at tbal point. le dia
Itrani It ) the BMe.lr. or that part aifain-t the iron pin, beeonieB
neceaarily roouacted, and the ouuide, or tne elbow of tho
atriuK 6t.ut the nkiMt tti at. N w if tbe whole atrata oa tbo
atriDBl of a piano will averaee fifty potnida to the foot, t which
la the naoufactnrer'aeia.ate.t aad the atraia ia evenly bo roe
by ail parte ot the atxiwc. tnea one point te aa likely to break
a the otoer; bat if at any one part of tbe tnivc. ene-baif of
H la obliged to bear thia irniaenae atrain. that part of it ia lia
ble to anap ta twain at any cttAtaee ia the waatoer; and aaaav
ciaily ta una ibe eaae a ail woodviirataed pianoa, ae all wood
will warp and apnotr m every chance of the aunoaphere Tho
philoaophy ia ettnply thia: that i he whom of atno. beHlarM
oc sanaii, ia atnMurrr laan bauf of it- Aad K caa oaiy beteplted
to by aaaeruntT that tw tc one ia aot equal aa two. or that twice
two aaaa aot ataae four.
7, The great length of fists which the instrument re
mains im let ite.
Thia hi tho revart of tbe Sib feat are. biaaaiweh aa a atriaa;
fattrmt itrrtckt. Aad It will readily ba aeon that if aatrtnc
"loar feet ia Ir-narti' va a Ntraiaol two tiaiid rl poanda equxl
ty ia all pacta, it will not rtetJea raoro laaa half aa quick aa half
Of aatrtnc beariur tle aame atrain.
Toe truia and ptuio-op'i of tne foreafaia; facta are ao atrik
fcltTand fnirMe thtt tbe qneatioa ta often akd, Why do
not wtiwr laki-va e-e the copper fret and atraicht atriaaTr'
T'wre i belt oe reawhn It la ernn-d by a plvul for which
ftdy tbMaaiMl deihtra bavo alreadv been ooervd. but which no
sum cannmr h-we. n Maara Hallet, lavta A Cm. prefer tweap
piy tbe pwMic with '. rt,tt mAtrnmtnm. rather thaa ta aaatat
Othr to do it. evm al auv price.
Ttu tWetreT pKa of the Halle. Daeta ft To. Piano la a
tMuste. lacid and nnaaiwe-rahle, that I will ciaraatee to ftm a
aiaao t any oaa who will relate lupuiioaopnv.
Cleveland. Aatpiat , lsOH.
. DO DOE.
For Pcmaueut tud Transient
SO. 4i WATER HTREET,
mT3) I. CLEVELAND. OHIO.
uUUDALE I10L.SE, tolambu,, Ohio.
VTKWLY FINISHED AND FUR
1,1 i, is tit l and op ned to ibe put. lie in Uvjcember. 1H36.
No j.ami hull fe unr-t on our panionikB . -.a-
ALK I It I L Sc. wuat laucsircu o iriirii-nwiu
ine t uiiai ui iue a.aa.as. .j
M t J. W t OLL1KR. rTopnoton.
ATANHATTAN HOTEL-Nob. 3, 5
XT JL JathdsAurTaratreat, )d door front Broadway, o-p
auaii-ihe Park. Now York, liacctnaft Kliatj.rTopri'tora
Huiua.ialal Pear! troot Hamao.aa a. K tllutf
tan T.vvo OO M.4al Hew Ttvk eae 1
pijijsicians & Surgeons.
1 MORTON. M. D.. PhTSopathic
AJmT k-le-tc Fhyviriaa and 8ur;eon.Pi icaa-f ol Mtd-wil-ry
and Lias4an'f Wunca nd Chiinrea. ilt. kOR
J'uN, bavnic liar-aled nitelt in ibta pluca, ta readr to at
tcisti to a. I iaila in hta Frutraeioo, either at kia otuce or at
turirnri.ata dwellinxa lir M. diararda ail poiaoaa of
.retr .in. -rial hid. eiitier HiuoraL aniBial or ve-etab.o. and
nevrr reducehu xU.eu: Vorore Uioai.bat aitapty rotaovoa
:itr-. Uatric.ha. aaiuriataaJU toaea an Uto ayateai by a
luoec aiflc'.cd with diaeaaaaot tho Liver, Laiura, Kitl
rcj s,.spieu. Nuralsia. li d iaatioa, Kbetiiaatiaia. (either
Acute or L'brotuc.) Louul Appe'ite, Lic"ancmcnt ol the
SltMUMb.t oii-itiiiaiioaol'tiia ttowele. Bilious AnWtioa.
ijfuvel, St nia.ioSweliitj.aiid L'lcera. Cauccra, Kratulaa
hupurilicaAit tlie blood, or auv t'hrouie or loo; atandiifg
diea-if,iliB-aaa oerulLir to the tenia I r acx.auch aa Sup-prt-aiiou
Pola'Hw L'tfria. Hviawirrhace, a:., are request
ed to call. Mia Mode of 1 reaUueat ta alio cuatpleteiy
adaLtfdto DiaeaaCa otC'hildrea.
lir.M has )imi an re. aie ad never faihac renteirr for
freer sfMl A:oe. ('ht(era, UvwieiMorlHta, lycntery and
DMTiKnrm.Lvimz.CimmmipLmck.inw.kiU aikdpaanza, treat
VlJr.M iaaiaoreWi to treat a-ce
01 lite fuiixi tvpaa. tAarether with ail otiwr form ot arnta
dittae. Thia t uo lictiuai or tnuaittatwa ot the bruit,
but lairti dedu-td from lv.antv-ave vcarsoa tba Heiurm ot
New St h.-l sKtteni oi praaTtica, aad a t hurooch rmitne ot
Ute varioui'aruoxilaof phv-ic aod f strata of uract ca, aid a
cradtiie from Lhe old and new hooU ol Medi in.
Dr M. will keep cuntuif oo hand lor aula ail
tlut tureaaud ivrupa, aoch aa are utually kept in Botanic,
Uckei-iacaad 1 hocu.AMiian Drue Srorea. Aiao, all H the
iuutan hVtuediea, and a Laree noniB- ro Coaap. anda. prt
pared by uiaieli a Kciucoial Amenta, ainvat; which aro
the lo.lowior. vis: Compound 8rup ot tho wanderin
Milk Weed, a anvemca remedy for tho lijaiaia. Pilaa,
fcjr - Acti-B liooaPiila. aicluaiealT tor lh Liver; Saaaima
B.lten. Auti UyaoepHc puwdera; Tooth' Ac he LtTopa. which
i.erer .ail tocure. te-Witer. never failing remedy tor
Wrak S-re and lutlamed Ivyca; t anker Hadinae. for Cau
k., rr Caixrel -tre-Muath.acnaiaaid atrved care, Iv.
M a Bai-am o Wilu Cherry, tor Omha, Coida. Broachitia.
CouuinptiO" and all L)'.a-aava of tna Lonca; kiiaiualtc
Ltaiuient or Pam KUIar. a-utorior an tele to anv mom in
u-aeioriolcroaloretteriial ao-".,oM, a Soeereura Heaa
cdylort4aoLhuera;AUolhera Cordial or a amiaia rund,
nml -A uor artice loo uuinoroua to nvei tioa.
t-Mf- S B PartiraUr AUeulioa wiU ue panJ tm rraaw
intTalloId ChrvnM? and Private Liaraaa, to alaauao tho
blt-ad ol all tne anoruHl nariwra Dr. M. da. a-- (.retend to
raie tue dead, bsit he doea claim that bo can rare ail cuT
ab.r Utsrca-he. aitO aaanv that are cefidjif )
O.h. e. Na 1 LAwain at. led-ace. iSa. Ui Church
Si . C eve land. Vie- Mda.
rsv u H tlr ii. wouM y that o caa nw One Sta-deuTa-.KlcbicaiahwOllV-et..
ia-d WM-Kf lVal
rar.ubranrhe. , ..UtJwrJulf h law
J. M. J0H5S03T, M-
Offca Itff S.irtweir BVork Snperwr Stroot. r.erSra
aM Hu lettccNhi. IU PaUbuiih Ckvalaad. O.
fs-h'S. Iv it
KOCH, LEVI & MAYER,
Wholesale and Retail
IN ALL KINDS OF
Ready Made Clotliin;
NO. 72 SUPERIOR STREET. ,
EW PAVKK. RKfiEIVEDTlIIS
1AV. ai eaace now rM llanTWaTa. at No. I Sav
aapia - wwdBw--
E. COWLE3 & CO. re prepared,
ilh the aa -at elecaat axl rariW aasortaasat of Type la th
Waa, to execute ia a aaperMiT style erery de enpaoB of
Book and Job Printing,
rreaa a Card of a aiast. ho. to a votaM e aa thowaaasl
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES,
We are eaafciod to do oat wots proaaptiy, oa ahort aotica,
aad at LOW PKic U.
Every deacnpUu. of BOOK Bl.NDINQ doae ia the baa
PARTICULAR ATTSJSUOH PAID TO OKTTIWO UP
ASD ALL KINDS CP BLANK PBIXTISa.
We are arapued to faraiah eeery deaenpnoa ot PAPER,
CARD. IKK. BRONZK. he ,at h ASTERN PRICES, for
AUE.TTa for the anl' of BURR'S and McCStAHTS
NEWS. Bong ami ClOBFD I.NK. 1B'3
iVEW MAOKET 1IOLSE,
COS SEE 0MTAE1O ABO HlCBlOAX ST.
&TICK.SKT .V BAKER
BEO LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE
that thoy have TOrtvoTed to their aew market lraena,
wtierv they are pre: a red to verve tho ni izena with everv
thioar iu their lino "t too earn out tho ataikat alfonla. aad at
tho moat ntaaooablc ratea.
Market hoarv from A. M to P. M.
MULLOW CANDLES 250 Uoxe
tTm T. T. SPEflCttt.
HEMIC A L SOAP WHITE AND
Vriliiw, use IrvMS iwi, BBaaafaelarM and fi-r sal. oy
a.p l T P. SPKNi KR.
SPERM OIL. 500 Gallons OIL .
of RperiorqoalUy. ra aaaatitiee to son purchasers.
aep4 1m T. V. SPhN t E R-
rpo IFE DEALERS. 60 C0RD3
1 ai 1c. for aaaa by
sept: las 1W
T. P. SPEKCER.
CI T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
In Hstati TthEBtaCLO and Setar (nore.ba heeareaMWOd ta
hueenor St , aied-j tho Aroencn Houoe; where ha
hoeeiw. oeatantfv ott bva-t the rhotreataad m.at erieaeivw
tock tN 1 MwurtsHl and 0aaeatic !cara and Tuea-co ta tba
Citv. Ita ia 'inn: n-r aaia i-iubj " ,u" l
ToWce , cutmiattn m part ot .ho foUowutf nMMtapo roved
Cririatiaarrmf.ict; Boaa'aQobl Leaf,
Blue H-n'i Can ken; " " D"iiar;
Vorld aa'air; Sallio Mtller (ia toil)
Malchakst Preminm; Deaitan'e Prommta.
a ar..ha..ws aUawrBkaArna PithdM I'mkiah and Havana
Sawkinc l otinrco.
Uoodwiaahiao at ChOWntaT T04naCa;
SvKia'i do do
Auoeiaoa'a do do
V. arniek. Bryn,. It Cm Fine Cnt Chewinc ToharcO.
IsnaaT, asaxtav ca, Unnkiuf l lvak, p:ami Carda. ,
bme aa e Ny C T. MOUSE,
mrtt ThJ r.tler'he Ams-rtrn H' BHw.
"SPIMSH l.M IElltl.1 llEAiTiaS,
Alio, SHILLIXGS and SIXPENCES,
Botaf hi at $1,IS per oaaca by
CHAS. A RK AO k CO. Bankers,
44 Water S'reet, opooaite Poit OAVe.
B. Spaaush Qaarura will avaiaga ae.'. iata
LINSEED OI h 30 bbls. i,N SKLD
Oil. ta s1 der. f-BBl.0,
AND ITS PRa.htATI.hst DECLINE.
Jast Publish'. O-atiMh. SethThnisaad:
A FEW WORDS OH KA
ttoaal Treat net. withoat M-dtino, of SpeTrnator-
rhe or lorai weaao. vmw
aad Nervoaa Dehiltiy. V 1 1 -P""
Mamaeeteocrally- Br B- Dfc LANKY. M. D.
Tbe important tct that the many alarmiac comnlntnta
oreina'iac ia the itapradaare and au I it ad a of youth, may
easily removed without Modi 'too, ta in thta small tract
clear' y sidjoooat rated; and the eat i rely ore and hif niy auo
ceaai at trPatmeaL. aa asjoptcd by the Author, tully explain
ed by moaoa ol which every one ia esahted to euro him- aif
periectl aad at tna leoAt pmnrile etwt, tkereby avotdiaa;
the adt art reed tKetrtjwra f t ho day
Pent to any aliireca, era to ami poet froo ta a aaawd aa
Mtoaa, by ruauiuaf tpoat fflwfJ VJ
at)3-a-Hm. m rto M raat tit St . New Tort.
LW FALL FASHIONS. O 0.
H'OTTI .- PLATB OW -SWWl- -
aj B A A f ?,
aoJl dim B4 Ko BaaJt-st , uteii a,