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TUESDAY MOUNIX. HEPT. 3Q. l?-.
UNION STATE TICKET.
JTJDOK OF SUPREME COUBT,
FBAKEXIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga.
' BICBKTABT 01 STATE,
W. 8. KEN'NON, of Belmont.
CHATJSCEY N. 0LD3, of Franklin.
WILLIAM D. HEXKLE, of Warren.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
JOHN B. GREGOSr, of Scioto.
R. P. SPALDING, of Cuyahoga.
Of course the English press regards the
defeat of General Pope's army below
Washington as ruinous to the National
cause.' We shall yet, howerer, display a
Yitaiity and power that will be anything
bat agreeable to our enemies, secesh or
British. The British journalists pronounced
the raising of a new army of three hun
dred thousand men a thing impossible.
Bnt it is a thing done. The whole North
warms with new troops, and the tide has
been turned against the rebels without
making much use of the new leriea. The
rebels have been beaten badly in (heir des
perate effort to invade the North, and all
the ground they hare gained Bince the re
treat of our army before Richmond will be
speedily recovered, and this time we shall
ro forward into the heart of the Gulf
States. In the meantime, it is fortunate
that people in this country have lost their
feeling of deference for English opinions,
and care very little whether the Southern
Confederacy is or is not recognized abroad.
Anion the latest advices from England is
that quite a Confederate fleet is being fit
ted out in that country. England is a beau
tiful neutral power. She is educating
American sentiment very rapidly to crave
. aottlement of accounts with her. Her
day of reckoning for her course toward us
during our home troubles will come.
As Democratic orators now talk flippant
ly about the Abolition party, and set up the
claim that there are only two parties in
this country the Abolition and Democratic
parties it would be well for these gentle
men to remember that the Democratic party
of Ohio have endorsed stronger abolition
sentiments than any other party that ever
had an existence in the State. In the Dem
ocratic State Convention, held at Colum
bus in 1848. the following resolution was
Hctolved, That the people of Ohio, now.
as tier ever have done, look upon the in-
Kfitution of slavery as an evil, and unfa
vorable to the full development or the spirit
and practical benefits of free institutions,
and that entertaining these sentiments,
they will at all times feel it to be their duty
terms of the National compact, JfOto
MITIGATE and finally to ERADICATE
It is a curious fact that the present edi
tor of the Ohio Statesman has often boasted
that he was the nuthor of the above resolution.
A Washington dispatch to the Cincinnati
Gagette says Buell is to be relieved from
command in Kentucky and assigned to
Indianapolis, to organize paroled prison
ers into regiments. Buell beat Bragg in
a foot-race to Louisville, but the race
never would have been necessary had he
not passively allowed Bragg all summer
in which to create an army, and then
suffered him to march north from Chat
tanooga. Louisville is safe, but the ground
won by the bloody encounter of Donelson
and Shiloh is abandoned, and the crops
of North Alabama, Tennessee and Ken
tucky, without which the Confederate
army would suffer greatly the coming
winter, are relinquished to the enemy.
Had he shown a tithe of the activity in
preventing Bragg from collecting an army
that he did in outmarching it, affairs in
Kentucky would present at this moment
a much more hopeful aspect than they do.
General Buell. The Opposition--What it Alms at.
The following well put statement is
from the Providence Journal. It tells the
whole story in narrow space, and should
be a lesson to any man who should think
of aiding, at the present time, a party pol
icy against the administration :
"A strong opposition party is organi
sing all over the country. It takes vari
ous names. Its leaders are Democrats,
Peace Democrats, Conservatives, as the lo
cality may best demand. Its avowed pur
poses are as various as the interests and
the sentiments, the feelings and the pas
sions to which it appeals. But its real
purpose is everywhere the same, to get pos
session of power and patronage of the
Government to restore the party that was
so long guided by Jeff Davis, and Toombs,
and SlidelL, and Cobb, and Floyd, and that
culminated in the election of that eminent
conservative, James Buchanan, over that
aWkimr radical. John C. Fremont: and
its real effect, under whatever name and
with whatever pretext it appears, is the
same; to embarrass the administration
tha council and in the field, to impede the
Ttrnaocntinn of the war. and to hold out
the rebels across the line, and to the hos
tile powers across the ocean, the spectacle
of a dmaea people ana a nesiusuug
The Shooting of Gen. Nelson.
The telegraph confirms the startling
rumor that was in circulation yesterday,
to the effect that Gen. Nelson was killed
yesterday morning at the Gait House,
Louisville, by Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, who,
is stated, was most grossly insulted by
deceased General, by being slapped twice
in the face.
General Nelson has had the reputation
of being the most oruel and severe officer
in the service. Some of the stories
have heard of his cruelty to our soldiers
re perfectly sickening. He never should
have been permitted to command Ameri
can soldiers. ,
Colonel Thomas Ford.
Colonel Ford asks the public to
Judgment with regard to his complicity
the surrender of Harper's Ferry.
claims that he but obeyed the order
General Miles, though much against
judgment and inclination. He says, how
ever, that be has lost the oraer wmcn
rated the surrender. This is unfortunate.
Ohio would rejoice to see Colonel Ford
from the reproach that has
oast upon him. Let judgment be suspend
ed, and let the Colonel be allowed an
portunity to axoulpato himself. -
The Delegate System.
. toitoBi o ihs Lease : I will writs
you this letter in ths hope of doing some
good, in placing the delegate system, as it
now exists, truly and fairly before the peo
ple, that they may be able to judge for them
selves, and come to their own conclusions
in regard to its excellencies, and to con
tinue it if they Bee proper, or to substitute
for it a more just and correct system. I
have been long convinced of its pernicious
influences and evil workings. When,
how, or why it was instituted, 1 know not
nor do or ean I see anything gained by
this change from the good old direct ballot
system ; bnt I do and can see as great gain
to the unscrupulous politician, and the
combination of unscrupulous politicians
known to the people, to their costs, as
cliques. To a superficial observer it may
seem just and correct, but a close examin
ation will nnfold its unfitness to serve the
behosts of the people. You know, as all
know, that as soon as a man designs try
ing his fortunes in the political lists, be it
for a city, county, or any other office, lie
sneaks covertly through the different
wards or townships, as the case may be,
often months before the date of the prima
ry meetings, seeking to discover a man,
who is often a small politician in his way,
who will support him in the ensuing con
vention. Thus he prosecutes his search
until he finds the required number of wil
ling ones, and puts them upon his ticket
of delegates; each ward and township of
ten having as many different sets of nomi
nees. as there are different candidates
for a particular office. Among the dele-
Kates you will find not one who will admit
that he is pledged ; each claiming that he
will act in convention as the public good,
in hit diteretion, may dictate. The people
appear at the caucus meeting ; they vote
for the delegates, often losing sight of the
primary object of the same, and serve only
a secondary, by voting for a popular
ward or township man, or a particular
friend who "mav be UDon the ticket, not
thinking for whom he, the delegate, may
vote in convention ; never knowing as
certaintv whom the delegate may support,
and often votine for him, who will favor
a candidate, whom no consideration could
induce the voter to support; thus not vo
ting for the candidate, but, in fact, for the
delegate, and often against the man he
wants. The deleefttes are elected, nothing
yet is decided. It re not yet known who
is the fortunate one. They assemble in
convention, and now comes the tug of war
the wire pulling, the nose pulling, ine
intrigues of cliques and demagogues, the
bartering: by one wine of the convention
of an office to another wing on considera
tion that it will in the ensuing election
support to office a man whom it will pre
sent. Thus are our officers made thus
the wishes of the people disregarded, their
rizhts trampled upon. Their wishes and
desires never enter into consideration.
The convention rules and says what the
people shall do. Why should it not?
Does it not take upon itself the ardurous
duty of nominating the people's officers,
bestowing office upon whom they list, thus
saving them much trouDie ana annoyance,
and saving them the great responsibility
or having gooa rulers, gooa legislators,
eood ministerial othcers I 'they snouia,
most certainly, gladly submit, for the con
vention, in its superior vitdom and iutegri-
is far more competent to determine
hat is best for them ; and besides it is
their representatives, theiragents, express
lv elected and empowered for the purpose,
and it is far less trouble to vote for dele
gates who will support whom they ( the
people) know not, than to vote directly for
What can be said for the other, and in
mv estimation, the better system? Much.
Let the candidates for office be announced
let the people know who they are, and give
the people an opportunity to appear at me
nrimarv meetings, and let thorn have the
satisfaction of voting directly for their fa
vorite men. that they may know for whom
they vote, and that they are not voting for
man whom tney ao not want ; ami
ho has the ereatest number of votes is the
choice of that ward or township ; and he who
has the greatest number of wards, or the
greatest number or wards ana townsnips,
is the nominee ior city or wum wui-a,
There is still another, and perhaps a bet
ter way: that he who gets the greatest
number of votes in all the wards,
throughout the county, be the nominee,
thus securing the choice to the majority of
the people, and a larger attendance at cau
n. meetings, and thus insuring immunity
from the machinations ana irauas oi
cliques and demagogues; thus giving to
the neode an opportunity of choosing from
among the candidates, who shall represent
them and advooato and preserve their
rights; and who shall offioiate in making
iheir laws. Indeed, Messrs. Edi
tors, if we are to submit longer to this
system of delegation, we may just as well
elect them for a term of years to nominate
for us our officers ; securing thereby to us
far less trouble, and precisely the tame
rtrulu. But if we mean that the wishes
of the people should be consulted, or u we
wish to preserve the true principle, the
onlv true principle and safeguard of re
publicanism of constitutional liberty
then will the people aeciair uu uu
torn .hall be destroyed ; that the conven
tion shall no longer exist, and that the
moioritv shall rule. But if these things
shall not be, and the true principles
republicanism are or no moment ; mat me
interests of the people are subservient
those of the convention, wny, men, lei
us preserve this system of delegation, for
it is a matter of such great convenience
to standing aspirants to office, and gives
such opportunity to politicians ; for a dis
play of their peculiar talent you know
talent must not do wasiea; m iuj
governed as the convention may dictate.
Indeed, in sncn a country as ours, it
be too much impressed upon the peo
ple the danger they incur from the machi
nations of combinations of politicians, the
intrigues of demagogues, whose only object
is aggrandizement to office, and the interests
of the people are but a secondary consid
eration. I tell yon, Messrs. Editors,
honorable, high-minded man remember
av man and mean man m its proper ac
ceptation, will enter the Convention and
stoop to the measures necessary to win
success, fcvery canaiu man, every weu
wisher of 'his country, will admit that
same opportunities for fraud do not
can not exist by the system of direct votes,
and that it is the only correct ana sure
way of promoting the wishes of the ma
ow the question win occur, now
this?evil be remedied? The Central Union
. . j : e . 1 . t V....
1 UII1 ui I L Lee i;u uu su, u iucjf occ ut, wu
thev do not, why, let the people at
next caucus meetings in each ward
township decide whether they or the Con
vention shall nominate their officers
whether the majority shall rule, on
made for the purpose. Hoping
hear your views Messrs. Editors, or
one else's, on the subject, I remain,
Murder aud SuicrDE. The Albany
Express says a terrible tragedy
place last Tuesday in Southwick, Mass.
A man named Fowler has been put under
bonds for his ungovernable temper
abuse of his wife, his wife s brother,
3riawold, being one of his bondsmen.
On Monday the bail was withdrawn,
Fowler, while pretending to be on a
to a relative, previous to being remanded
to jail, sought his brother-in-law, shot
4eM, and then cut nil own inroa-k
- HaffRTOs 7 RamwtTrrO.V. X.,
BtrroLl, Va., Sept. 23, 182. 1
Editors Leader: It may be interesting
to the friends of those who enlisted at
Cleveland a short time ago in the 67th reg
iment Ohio Volunteers, to know where we
are and how we are situated, &c We left
Columbus on the morning of the eleventh
instant, and arrived here on the afternoon
of the thirteenth. We came via Hams
burg, Baltimore, Fortress Monroe, Norfolk
and Portsmouth. Suffolk is a Bmall town ;
a few months ago it had from 2,000 to 2,500
inhabitants, at present there is not over
six or eight hundred white citizens, and
those mostly women and children. I have
not seen over twenty-five or thirty male res
idents, and they are all old men, the
younger portion are all off with the rebel
army. The town is situated on the borders
of the Great Dismal Swamp; it is about
twelve or fifteen miles east of the North
Carolina line, eighty miles south-west of
Richmond, twenty miles north-west of Nor
folk, and about thirty miles from Fortress
We found the regiment encamped on the
fair grounds and race course, where the
celebrated mare Lady Suffolk won herfirst
race. There is now quite a large force
here. The post has been largely reinforc
ed since we came here a few days since. It
was reported that the rebels had crossed
the Blackwater. about twenty miles north
west of here, in force, and were manic g
arraneements to attack us. uur scouts
returned with information mat tney cross
ed back and that there was no danger of
trouble from them at present; I think it
was well for them that they did so, ror we
were prepared for them. It caused a stop
page of all ingress and egress to our lines,
which also put a stop to everything in the
shape of vegetables coming to town, and it
has become Bomewhat dimouit to get pro
visions. Nearly everything we eat comes
from the North, and by the time it reaches
here brings a high price; for instance the
most common kind of keg butter is soia
at from thirty to thirty-five cents here.
The white inhabitants are all strongly se
cesh, and have but very little intercourse
with the union omcers or soiuiers.
It is somewhat amusing to see
with what utter abhorrence the female
portion of the inhabitants regard us. There
is not over half a dozen stores open in
town, and none of them have anything
more than a few remnants. I notice two
of the stores have small Union flags in
front. I judge it is for the purpose of get
ting trade from the soldiers. Negroes are
thicker here than blackbirds in a cornfield,
and the cry is "still they come." There
is not a day but what several come inside
our lines, all striving to gain their free
dom. Some of them are respectably
clothed ; many the most abject looking be
ings imaginable. There was quite an in
telligent negro man came into our camp a
day or two ago. I asked him why he left
his master. He said his master had lately
been killed in the rebel army, that his mas
ter's brother was about to send him to
Richmond to be sold, and while he was
lnokin? for a rope to tie him, he managed
to get away. I asked him how much he
thought he would bring in Richmond. He
replied, not much. Negroes are mighty
poor stock; not much better than Confed
erate scrip. He snid he was sold less than
two years ago for 1,500, and in January
last for S200. The loss of the thousands
of negroes that have got away, and the de
preciation of those wno remain, w
runt the entire State of Virginia.
The health of the Federal army at this
point is eood. but very few being in the
hospital. The men who came from Cleve
land have all been able to do duty every
day since they came here. 0. B. A. says
his health was never better; that he can
march twenty miles a day and carry
knapsack ; can bite a cartridge and make
a hasty meal on hard bread and salt pork.
He Bays he never slept as sound in his life
as he did a few nights ago t wnen me regi
ment was out to support a battery in case
we were attacked) on the ground, with
rail for a pillow and no covering whatever.
We are all quite anxious to get some Cleve
land papers. Can you not send us occa
sionally a bundle of Leaders for the ben
efit of the Regiment ? Should anything in
teresting occur, I may write you again.
The Haytian John Brown Fund—Notes on
John Brown's Men.
The amount of $2,721 15 has been dis
bursed by Mr. Redpath to John Brown
family and friends. There remains to be
disbursed SG28 02.
Of the five followers of John Brown who
escaped from Harper's Ferry, only three
t- rr t I
now survive uwen urown, r. J. luenam,
and 0. P. Anderson. Tidd joined Burn
side's expedition, and died at Roanoke Is
land on the eve of a victory. Barclay
Coddoc. whose brother was executed
Charlestown, was one of the viotims of the
Platte Bridge atrocity. John Brown, uooit
Thompson and Leary all leave widows, all
poor. Leeman. Kaei, Hazlitt, Tidd, Cope-
land, and, it is believed, Stevens also leave
parents, all poor.
Mrs. Hazlitt has given four sons to the
Federal army. One was wounded
Gaines' Mill, and we are told that the last
seen of another, "he was fighting the reb
els hand to hand like a tiger.
The brother of Tidd is in the Western
Owen Brown is physically unfit for mili
John Brown, Jr., was in Montgomery'
regiment until sickness compelled him
resign. His place is now hlleu by air.
Hovt, the young Massachusetts lawyer wno
olunteered to defend John .Drawn
The mother of the Coppocs is old, infirm,
poor, childless, and almost blind. Europe
and America have produced many heroic
women, but it is doubtful whether the an
nals of Rome, England or America pre
serve the memory of a truer heroine than
this blind old mother.
The two men, Logan and Fitshugh, who
seized Cook as he was escaping North,
after winning his confidence as Masons,
are both in jail, one in a fellon s cell,
other under guard as a traitor, and both
will probably be hanged, as took said tney
Copeland, the father of the colored man
who was hanged at Charlestown. announc
ed that he was in a regiment on the spot
where his son was murdered. Jy. x. in-
Inasmuch as Messrs. Logan and
hugh made themselves so efficient in aiding
the recapture of Cook for the purpose
having him hung for treason against
negro-breeding State of Virginia, we
from the bottom of our hearts that these
scoundrels will be Btrung up for commit
ting treason against the Union. Fitzhugh
is a degenerate nephew of Mrs. Gerrit
Mustered in. Seren companies of
123d hare been mustered into service
Sandusky, and the entire regiment
been supplied with uniforms and arms,
we are informed. How soon the regiment
will more is not known.
A patent was issued last week to
Viol, of Cleveland, for improved pump
low-pressure steam engines.
The WiLLajro Canal. It is rumored
that the Ministry intend to re-impose
tolls on the Welland Canal. They appear
determined to make the revenue equal
the expenditures, if possible. So says
The Requisites for Peace.
[From the Richmond Examiner. Sept. 29.]
There are two essential requisites to
peace ; first, that we shall have an army in
the enemy 8 Lerriturv airuug viiuugu
conquer it; second, that we shall nave an
army of reserve in the neid at nome large
enoueh to repel any possible invasion.
When we shall convince the enemy mat
we are able to carry destruction into their
own confines, and at the same time, are
ready at home to repel any counter inva
sion they may attamptto set on foot; then,
and not until then, peace will become pos
As yet we are very far from having pro
vided these armies. The army we have
sent forward into the enemy's territory
has not yet penetrated into the heart of
his country, nor stricken the blows that
shall bring him to his knees.
Up to the present time we nave Deen
fighting on the defensive. We are still in
a large portion of our invaded country
virtually holding that attitude. It is only
a single theater or tne war mat wo uv
succeeded in placing the enemy on the de
fensive on his own Boil, or rather disputed
territory. As yet, no Confederate soldier
has put his foot, as an invader, on North
ern soil. And yet there are many people
weak enough to believe that peace is near
The extent of this belief is such as really
to threaten the South with serious danger.
We are repenting this year the folly of a
year aeo. We then went to sleep in the
delusion that Europe would interfere to
put an end to the war; we are now going
to sleep in the belief that the Yankees are
whipped, tired of the war, and will fight
no more. There could not be a more fatal
mistake than this of supposing peace to
be near at hand. Peace is not a thing
that ean be dreamed into existence. It is
not a delightful accident that can nappen
at an unexpected moment without a dis
cernible cause. It is not a wmaiau tnat
may drop into the lap like a capital prize
fmm a lottery.
If we consider the political condition of
the North, we shall see mat peace, eio?pt
as a measure of necessity compelled by
force, is a moral impossibility. The war
is of Lincoln's makine. He and his party
are responsible for its success. The Re
publicans are m a large mujornj m m
North noasiblv in a majority in every
State. The temper of the majority has
been exhibited in a thousand forms in the
proceedings of the Northern Congress.
N ot a single act or vote or seuumeui u
ru-aned that body communicating the
slightest thought of peace, or tolerating of
the idea. As yet the word peace is univ
another name for treason. Any respon
sible proposer of peace would be arrested
Ths dnminnnt nartv at tne nonuvuma
of psace only as they thinfr of political
ilimrniMt and ruin. Peace would be to
that party death and annihilation. Lin
coln himself has announced that his resig
nation would precede any measure of pa
cification. The power behind tne tnrone,
irre&ter than the throne itself, his
Secretary of State, has proclaimed
the same determination to fight it out
until anbiniration is completed, or to resign
at any Berious suggestion of peace. The
only officers in the Government having
power to conclude peace would as soon go
to the gallows at once as consent to the
measure. Peace can only be concluded
with Federal usurpation or with the
State irovernments. The Lincoln (jovern
ment could not be driven or frightened into
cannot treat with the
States until Lincoln and Seward are de
throned, captured or hanged.
Whv. then, should any man of ordinary
intelligence think or talk of peace? It is
impossible, except as a matter cueic uj
the sword. It is to be accomplished by
means of ereat armies and vigorous cam
paigns. we must conquem ueiure ii
aojMirait' ana we cannot couu urr n. w n-
out more numerous armies and continued
victories, and successful invasion.
A Patriotic Letter from General John A.
General Logan, who was, until reoently,
a hard-shell Democratic Member of Con
gress from Egypt, addressed a letter to the
Union State Convention, recently held at
Snrinirfield. Illinois, in which occurs the
1 o ' '
"Whatever means it maybe necessary
to adopt, whatever local interest it may
effect or destroy, is no longer an affair
mine. If any locality or section suffers
or ia wronged in the prosecution of the
war. I am sorry for it, but I say it must
not be heeded now for we aro at war for
the preservation of the Union. Let the
evil be rectified when the present breach
has been cemented forever.
If the South by her malignant treach
ery, has imperiled all that made her great
and wealthy, and it was to be lost, I would
not Btretch forth my hand to save her
from destruction, if she will not be saved
hv a restoration of the Union. Since th
die of her wretchedness has been cast by
her own hands, let the coin of her misery
circulate alone in her own dominions, un
til the peaoe of Union ameliorates her for
We should judge from these passages,
that the General will be a hearty support
er of the President's Proclamation.
The Paroled Ilarner'n Ferrj- Prisoner..
Eieht thousand troops captured and pa
roled at Harper's Ferry, are en route for
Camp Douglas, where they will be in com
mand of Colonel Daniel Cameron; or tne
6oth Illinois, who has already arrived here.
The 60th Ohio, and Phillips' battery, have
already arrived. The Scotch regiment
(65th Illinois! and two companies of the
New Tork 5th artillery, two Indiana bat
teries, and an Ohio battery,- are due tins
mornine. The 82d"Ohio, 111th, 115th and
120th New York, will arrive to-night;
126th New York, a Maine and a Vermont
reeiment. to-morrow: and the 1st and
Maryland probably on Monday.
It is due to the gallant Scotch regiment
to state that they had neither part nor par-
eel in the surrender, lhey arrived upon
the ground after the fight commenced, and
had to fight their way in. They gallant
ly held the positions assigned thera until
toe oraer to surrenuer was given, ana oniy
then surrendered under protest, lhey
come back to us without a tarnish upon
Colonel Cameron has been assigned com
mand of the whole force, by the Adjutant
General, which will remain here until
exchange is effected. The Colonel
been assured that his own regiment shall
be exchanged within a month, and be once
more assigned to the army of Virginia.
Chicago Tribune, liiin.
The following proposals we find in
Cincinnati Gazette: .
I propose to build for the Government
nine "Land Monitors," or "Engines
War, to cost $900 dollars a piece, to weigh
1.800 pound each, o-horse engine ana
with coal, water, ammunition, knives,
included in the above weight; each to
handled by two men ; to discharge from
each 10,000 shots in half an hour; to
capable of running twenty miles an
over an v trade less than forty-nve deerees;
to be perfectly manageable in turning,
climbing or descending; to clear more
structions from artillery roaos than
men: to reap the rebels clean by divisions;
to resist canister, grape and all small shot;
to engineer the advance car myself; to
all the uovernment can nsx my lire
each man in the nation can do only this.
I also propose to furnish use of pattern
of the engine free or cost, on our plan.
Now, if any doubt my ability to accom
plish the above, I refer them to what I
accomplished in mechanical invention.
If any doubt my sincerity, I only answer
I have too deep sympathy for the cause
my country to propose anything l am
A. E. REDSTONE
lap iajtatouj, Indiana, dept 7,
r. "A nktrribtr," (whom we suspect to be
some narrow tuiuded Leech) asks us why
we advertise Dr. Arxa's PiUt, and we will
crive him our seven reasons for so doinsr.
The first, second and third are that we are
paid for it. The fourth is, we know them
by experience to be good. The fifth Is that
Dr. Aver s preparations being recommen
ded by better men than we by physicians
of the highest talent and the deapest learn
ing in the land, we are well sustained in
our own convictions of their value. The
sixth is that they are cheap as well as use
ful. The last but not least is that they
have done and are doing an amount of
eood in this comn. unity which our old fogy
friend if he could repeat himself ten thou
sand times, might never hope te equal,
and we trust by making them known, to
render some service to our readers as well
as ourselves. Christian Advocate.
A notorious counterfeiter, burglar and
thief named James Ryan has been arrest
ed in Chicago by deteotive Bradley.
IBAD KELLEY ii a Fuel candidal, for the 13th
Congressional District of Ohio, subject to no wire-
working political caucus Convention, but to honert
Toting onlv. aeplS
REWARD 1 Strayed,
from a nasture on Cedar I
at., a Bar T?fN
has a few f I J-v
i the only ' I I I
MAKK. three years old. She 1
whfti haira on the forehead-
white mat Icon her; about 14 hands high and very
rontle. Whoever will return the same to the aub
scriber, or give information where sbo may be found,
:hau receive the above reward. w. rttunani ,
sepl3u:)7 U Ontarlo-St.
I TO LOAN. Appit to
CHRISTIAN at MARSHALL,
eeptt!:Rl2 ti' Sepeca-tft., B;gn of theHorse.
TIMOTHY SEED. A Pbimi Lot
m j u.t received ana tor iu oj
4KR0N FLOUR Wi havi somi
choice lots of Akron Red and White Wlwnt
r for ftte. Also,othr Ohio brkiida of well known
mat. lawwtBVMtt wiu ao well to can.
B -prTo i i k n a k i y k k
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The pnhscriber being more desirous of navins hit
aentf man retaining nis property, proposes, in mr-
tberauce oi tnat desire, to sell tne
Business Stand on the Corner of Pearl
rnn Hi art in tr of Two Stores and Two Dwelling, com
plete, w ater aoove ana Deiow, aeftiguea enpeci uy ior
renting ana occupies, uj gooa paying tenants.
The fire neat Dwellings adjoining, Nos.7,9, 11,13 and
id, nearly new, who wens, cu terns, gooa fences,
Miade Trees, nnequated by any of their age in
Ciiy, with things generally in complete order.
WILL SKLL SEPARATELY OB TOGETHER,
as d('fcirid. Turms Part down and balance at any
reasonable tengtn 01 time.
Corner Lorain and Fearl-Sts.
Cleveland, Sept. 27th, l.-t2:4IU
170R SALE. Hous&
X Kuclid-St Th late reii, nee oi
Lot No. 43
ol Nelson Mon-
:-. d- eatM-d. Taken all in all. the best Hotue in the
i. n . or terms, enquire oi
L70R SALE CHEAP A 12-Hoesx
X? Power k, urine and Boiler, only used 8 months.
l.iD IMI MfD 111 LU0 U1UUS IfUD nuiftl, TUT IMLrilCU-
ura call on U-O. MORRIS. No. Vl Ontarlo-St . Cleve-
and, onio. aug:4ia
I70R SALE A Good Buo
oy or Working Bone young, and
in "tip-tup condition. Any person in want
ot a ooon. ee title horse for family use can.
not do better tnan apply at tne uurnei iioumj, uere
tne above ttutmal can be seen. jtu jt-ms
X)R SALE CHEAP A BEAU-
TlFl: L Residence and Place of Btuiceas con-
m-ctpd. situated on Birch-3t.. Wast Hide very de-
sirable locality for bunincas. The Store is well stock
ed witn a good aioortment of flrst chuts (Joods, con-
sidtlng oi urocenes, t-Tocaery, tiuui nin auu iu
Icah N.itinna. It haa alw a tin-ton run of trade.
The Drembtes are well decorated witn an assorted
Ac., the latter will yield over 2UA) weight of fruit this
ftt-AAOD. r or runner particulars enquire oi was.
N EM MAN at Leader uffloe. or on the premises, no.
60 Birch-rJt., near Bridge-r)t., West Hide. y23:tf
TTPRIGHT BOILER, As Good
U as new. for sale cheat. About 10-horse power.
and very economical. Inauir. at the Leader Count
lng Boom. mnW:Bl2
R RENT. Thi Second Floob
t out Store, Mo. 140 Water-8t.
mayai:RH Hl'r,.SCKB MBLLEN.
T?OR RENT. The New House,
I Ko. te Prospect-St. UonUlneieTenroomi,witn
ClTmodern imirrovemenU. and within 5 minute walk
of the Poat Office and Market. Would be leased to
good tenant for a term of ream. Apply to
may6:lil2 J. MASlTiti, He-xt Door.
OFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
good Office, recently fitted up in good order,
let, in American Building. Bent low.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
Less than New Tork Jobbers Prices,
242 and 244 Superiob-8t1
wpm CLEVELAND, OHIO.
jyjILLINERY GOODS I
Latest Styles Just ReceHed.
MKS. W. 8. PORTER, 94 SeBeca-8t,,
Has iust returned from the Kast, and offer, a cholc
of .11 descriptions, at the lowest Prices. This stock
includes ID. Terr l.ln rsuenu oi
HATS. FLOWERS, RIBBONS. COLLARS, VEILS, TRIM
MINGS OF ALL KINDS, MOURNING 600DS, 1C.
Also CHILrRSN8" HATS, Net. and Bemntlfnl
Strles; DHKS.1 PATTKBN3, .great Tirlety of
ana iatost styles.
M.Dres. Making promptly don. in th. neatest
JUST. ISSUE Dl
Great Song or the limes I
NEW KKGBO MELODY I
NEW NEGRO MELODY!
NEW NEGRO MELODY I
Ob I Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh 1 Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh ! Massas gwine to Washington,
"Hark, darkies hark, it amde dram,
Dat calls ole mass 'way from ham,
Wid powder, poach and loaded
To drive Old Abe from w asnington.
Oht Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh I Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh ! Massas gwine to Washington.
SOIVG AND tnORlS.
yWords br Edmund Kirk, author of "Among
the Pines, or aoatn in seceesion lunes.
PRICK JS Cent..
TSent br niail.
8. BBAINABD CO.,
TOIANOS ! PIANOS 1 1 '
U. A.. DAttLUW , A UK If T, HO. . Pf I P-l
auciia'Oi.i vinemuui yu'"j mm muw w '
selling the celebrated KNABE PIANOS, at fraatlr
reduoed prices. Having just received a large assort
ment of those superior Instruments, he would
all Intending to purchase to call ana examine
oefore purchasing slsewher. I vary Jjutnuaeat
warranted Five Tears.
.awoid Pianos and Melodeona taken In exchange.
Pianos moved end boxed with care. Piano Boxes
tai. Pianos Toned and Eapaired by 0. J. Mattmwi.
T ADIES TRAVELING BAGS.
MJ A new import: ion.
JCADEMY OF MUSIC 1
J0H5 ELL8LER.., Manager.
WCOSTISUKD TBICMPH -
Of the Eminent and Yenatlle Actnos,
llisi SALL1K 8T. CLA1B.
This TrretAT Evehixo, September 3oth, will be
proseutcd, with all the original M ugir and nneecenic
fcllttCts, the grand Romantic Diama of
THE OTPSET OIBL.
Ointiiu, Th Zingara Hiss Sailio St. Clair.
Supported by the entiro force 01 the
Admirable Stas Compant.
09Ouring the piece, a
OBAND GYPSEY CHORUS AND DANCE.
Grand Dance Miaa Matilda Bnanzs.
To conclude with the screaming farce of
THE COBPOBAL'S WKDDIr-O.
Nancy Vr Me Ellsler
Corporal Cobb air. Janiee Lewis.
T PARTICCLAB NOTICE.-Please hare the
ready change on hand when you buy your tlcke'B and
you wiU have yourself aud the Treasurer much
trouble. SI AMI'S TaKL.N.
SCALE OS" PBICE3:
Dress Circle and Par- I Family Clrcle.M..c.
queue JOc Uallery 16c.
Private Boxes, Two, Three aud Five Dollars.
V Doors oven at a-ouarter-pnst seven ; Curtain
rlwre at a q'Lirter of eight. prfK-ir"-ly.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
E W BOOKS
J. B. COBB & co:s.,
A. 8. ROE'S NEW BOOK-Lik. and Unlike, !..
VICTOR IIUQO'S SAINT DSSlS-tPart t of Mise
rable..) 50 cents.
DIO LEWIS' NEW GYMNASTICS. 1,00.
AMONG THE PINES. Cloth Binding. 7S Cents.
THE NATIONAL TAX LAW. Pamphlet, 10 Ctt.
AMERICA BEFORE EUROPE by Oasparin. $1,23
THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP-by Thackerf.
HOOKER'S FIRST BOOK OF CHEMISTRT.ISOo.
ALL THE MILITARY BOOKS.
IN GREAT SUPPLY, AT
J. B. COBB & CO'S.,
aep!2 241 Superior-Su
CLEVELAND SKIRT FACTORY.
'HE LADIES op CLEVELAND
ARK INVITED TO CALL AT
NEW YORK. SKIRT FACTORY
No. 19 PUBLIC SyUAKK, (West Side.) three door.
from lho Lourt House, Cleveland, uuio,
AND EXAMINE Hill
HEW SPRING STYLE OF SKIRTS
Is A nrES ! Have von been wearlns a Skirt that
has been coutinuttllT ripping, or ttie curd or tape ship
ping on til gpnn
benaiDiz out of 8t
on the spring, or tut; aieel breaking to pieces,
pti, and by them mean destroying
the ivt and comfort of your ent
areas r 11 you nave
Bii flared from the above, and would be forever rid
all Bucta annoyance, call nt Mrs. Shcrman'i Skirt
Factory and saiee-ttoom, ao. 19 rnnuc square,
procure one of ber
NEW PATENT SKIRTS.
TAIlTtOS IjuI.m r rantianed aeainst the DO-
merotis lmitatioUK f oar Sliirts, tor sale br the Cor
mt Drv .aiwiKBini Fftnrv Stnrwi. In mtuiv caaei thei
are gold aa our Gt-ouine 1'atent Ski-u, but are worth-
leas, HhapeleM tranb, maoe 10 sen at auction ana nui
to wear. One of Mrs. Sherman's Patent Skirts
wort h at leant twelve of any other in use. We ask
a trial, and we are mire of yonr future patronage.
,v e defy competition in r kiua ana ijudLin
t Vminrttunt hulf-Ku-nmiin alwavi in attendance
at tue aaiotirooniB, iy ruuisiu ouaiin.
Q.OLD AND SILVER COIN.
W. "W. WRIGHT
Pays the Highest Premium
AMERICA FOREIGN GOLD,
Demand Notes & Canada Bank Notes
PAIS TUB UIUHEsT FKtMUM
August and October Coupons.
Solomonson's Improved Spectacles.
L. II. SOLO.MOXSOX,
PKACTIUAL ASP SCIENTIFIC OPT1UIAM,
Keep, t he largest assortment in the Optical line of
n tha trade. From hi. loner residence in this
and the extensive catronaee received dnrinx
time, he wmiltl uur to ots old inentXB Alia tne
generally, that no eltort that conld oe put lortn
seenre the re ry licet (juality of Crystal lilaases, ground
under his own inspection, to suit the eyes, in all
curing weak ut-we, digzincss or Inflammation of
r.ye. ana imparting strength ior long rramn&-ana
new-inn. I he reputation ot uiJu.'ntnnun a esnio-
liahnietit as the most reliable to get tne Dost article.
In that line tnat can DeoDtalnaa pas necome an
tahlished fact, and attested by his patrons, whose
It ia- lid Til Hol.tlMtiN SON 'S. (make no
Uiae,l uv &iyri -in., uuue. iu. nuin uu,
there vou wit. And the best ltinil of tiPJkX'TAtL3
I adapted to your Right.
All KiDOa 01 vpuctij, m at nemai .cat sua rninwpa
teal Iuatrnmenu; Astronomical Telescope from t3o
Sii; Purveying InatniincQU, various price ; a
stock of Microscopes, from 92 to 76 : Marine 1
Spy Glasses, a large variety ; Xenges, Prisms,
ttyeuUrV-iK rKaevvompawe8, Daromewrs, xc.
Attiii-iLiAij s.x&s insenea wunou.
as perfect as natural.
O'FIC ro. lw aupenor-oi., uuaer me Anenm
EW OPTICAL INSTITUTE!
HIOHLT IMPORTANT TO THOSE SITFFEBINO
rUUM SK LIES, UK ( . Ultf UH,-
FECrs or TUB SIGHT.
J . S. PEELEY.
Optician and Spectacle Maker,
WnniH (nfnrm th PnMIe that he has opened a
where be ean suit all afflicted with debllit js of
a Y K on the most sclenunc principle w.i jum
P! .r r ACUT,a
MLrAll my patromzers wiU soon be convinced
is is tne most reuauio vpuwu oiwo ,7,
J. S. r KB L It I .
FRENCH DTE HOUSE, No.
Seneca-Ht., (Next door to Mrs. Porter's Milliner
Stor,) Bl rtUCUkKIL'B. UltUAA.
asmrrmnto and CLUinNO in all ltsbranche. m
P lease call ard examine finished roods in the
Reference. measrs. aeitDers a uanamann.
' rTWv4a m and oiuaff mercaanna, Mf
piERCE'd SHARP SHOOTERS!
SOW BBCBUITINO FOB
Flitted States Sharp Shooters!
Rendezvous Arcadi Building.
Opp. the American Hotel. Main-M., Huffalo, X. Y.
Thlri Company will be armed
with the la let t pattern of 8 harp'
Kith, inaae rtprewiy for thin
enrptj ; cast iteel barrel, double
trijitfeni, improTed sight, and
iu all reDecU the beat weapon
f now known The tampan) will
be luliy orfraniim uere. iuu
elrvrt it own Ulflcer. fcrh re
cruit will receive mantiicent
bountiea, caah in hand. a, aoon
"iW-Mmei. from any part of the Union will be
receirrd, and their fare t; im wutretetoM.
Under a recent or.ier from the War I epartment.
penmn can -oin either iingly or by ".aa.K "; P"
tirular KeKiment or Company m the field lhoe
joininsthi Company will W
Applicants for admi-wloo intothutompuify wil. be
expecied to furnish reasonable evidence ot t i.eir cha
racter and habiis as -ell a ilieir t.ki.1 an Marksmen.
Persons who readily kill quirrelu in the tree tup
with a rifle will pas-as to marksmanship. Men be
tween the years of 3 and 2b preferred
Peroi a desiring to join thin Company sbonld
come torward forthwith, or they will loone not i.Lly
their bounties, but the chance of joining thu tooct
All applicant should apply In pe-n, if posei
ble. but communication cau be addrt-- l i jo
I rant M F. fKlKI t.
Peirce'i Sharp Shooters, Budaio, IS. Y.
Buffalo, September 2,th Rl2
ON'T wait to be
Twenty More Men Wanted
TO FILL I'P THE
To its Maximum Number !
QFREcar;rnso OrncE 54 Pub. Square.
T ECRUIT8 WANTED jt
This will be one of the finest Regiments ornanlid
n,l th.,oa .hn am Htirntia of servltlff Iheir eoun-
trr in this, her hour of peril, and wish to escape th.
Qumuialioa aau ui&grace 01 a unui,
Should Enlist at Once !
t& BKSEMBEB If DRIFTED!
No Bounty and onlr til per month I
BOUNTIES TO BE PAID
To the 124th Begiment Only!
J"Pav, Subsistence and Clothing to commence
from date of Kul.stmel... fl aj-fER,
Office Atbeneum Building, over De kan-i Kn
glehart's atore. septatsn,
OR THE 124th!
Ablc-Rodied Men Wanted
Government, County and Ward
Bounties $250,00 !
Ibis Is tne Last Call for Volunteers
For particulrrs enquir. of
Captain J.J. KIRK,
lt L t JAS. OLKASON,
2d L t J. KANii.
W Recruiting O Dice. 121 8uperlor-8t., and
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
At Reduced Prices.
AMERICAN WATCHES for AMERICANS.
THE AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY givm no
tice, that tbr hftT lately toned a new sty le of Watch
expreaslr designed for Soldiers and othen who desire
a good Watch at a moderate price These Watches
are intended to displace the worthleea, cheap Watch
es of British and tiwis manufacture, with which the
country is flooded, and which were nerer expected
keep time when they were made, being refuse manu
factures, sent to this country, because unsaleable
home, and need here only for joccxiimo and iwisd
We offer to sell oar Watch, which Is of THE MOST
SUBSTANTIAL MAN UFAUTUBE, an ACCURATE
and DURABLE TIME KEEP KB, and in Httrlin
SiWer Cases, Hunting pattern, at as low a price as
asked for the trashy Ajfcmtt and lirnm of foreign
make, already referred to.
We have named the new series of Watches, WM.
ELLEKT. Boston, Mass., which name will be found
on the plate of every Watch of this manniactare, and
Is one of our trade marks.
Sold by all respectable Jewelers tn the loyal States.
Wholesale orders should be addressed to
ROBJJINS tV APPLETON,
Agents of the American Watch Company,
sptl:407 la2 Broadway, New York.
QL0CKS1 CLOCKS II &
At WhoUtaU Retail 183 Superior-St.-
M. BUItT has just returned from New York with
large and varied assortiueni oi v-Lvtivo, cuu.pria.iia
At Least 50 Different kinds,
ItirlTidin the celebrated Calender Clock, patented
11. Skinner, a largo namoer ot wmcn are in uw
this cay, ana give tne mosi pwr.eci miuikwub.
Also, a fine stock of
WATCHES JEWELRY FOR THE RETAIL TRADE.
fesjk.Repa.ring done on short notice. inne
S. HOUK, WATCHMA- ,
KKK AND JUWKLKK. Mo. 16. West
blic Tulare, (near the Umrt Hi'iise,) .
UleTelanil, "hi"; novl-K-ff
MASTE It'S SALE Pursuant
to the command of a decretal onttr of hhIv from
.nrti.f CmtmoD Pint of Cuvlnf count V.
the suit of John ."-herman tuftmist Juhu bprague
others, to me directed, l BUnti rxpow i-r nue at ptio
lic auction, at the duorof th. Court lluuw.m thecity
of Cleveland, on the tenth day oi .ciuU-r.
at 3 o'clock, f. M., the following davril premises,
situate in the township of Mny field, in tbecoantyof
Cuyahoga, and State of Ohio, and known by lot
mieeu, iu nw-i 1111. aim uuwu
'ut. wfttt. north and kwtuio bv lot lines, and contain
ing one hnndred and forty-six and one-third acrs
iHliil, oe tne wine iuore or hm, ihu .uwjn.1 w avu i-ksi
hithuitv.. And t-vcentitis then-from thirteen acre
the norlhwettt corner thereof, net oil to John Spnujue
for a liuuiesttad, bounttwd att follows: commencing
a point in the west line of suid lot y chains '25 links
northerly fnm thesouthwst corner of said lot; thence
running north ou said west line six chains i links
to the northwest corner ol said lot; thenc east on
north line twenty chains no Uuks; t hi nee south
with the w t hue six chains 25 halts; thfQce
west twenty chains Ml linKa to tue place 01 tx-Ktioilng.
Appraised at 4,UUI. HtNH Y Q, ABBklT,
L. paKNTisa, Master OommlsHionr.
Pl'ff fl Att'y aept:lo
Lacy A. Hwift, Cayenogm Common Plew.
John L. Swift. ) JMvorce.
JOHN L. SWIFT IS HEREBY
fj noticed that on the 6'h day of August, 1m2,
cy A EJwift filed in said Court her petition ajfainat
Dinyor uivorce, aiiegms; tor causes. 1st, wuirui
; ad, frroes neslect of duty ; 3d, adultery and
nniawim niamae witn a woman wnose name
known to petitioner, tiaid cause will be tor hearin
at the November Term of said Court.
Al. S. CAiilLi A Wo. V. TOTJ9LET,
SOMETRl.NS KW FOB CLlCLlJfDI
Patent TJafermented Aerated Bread,
Made without Teatt, AlkaHet, or Baking
Povdert of Any Kind.
It Is perfectly Cleanly, as no human hands
touch it till It is Baked. By this new proceaa of rais
ins' Bread, ail the nutritious and nalatabie aualitlos
ot the flour are preserved unimpaired, lt i. always
LIGHT and SWEET.
Wit nerer Boras and will not DaT trr like Taut
Bread, and contain, nothing out
Water, Salt and Flour.
FOB SALE iri this City only, br W. B Liwrilan,
Ko. U Perkins Block. Pub Sguar. famiiiea.
and other consumers and dealer, ean be supplied
SKCUi J, DUCES.
PAIS GRAVITY, MAGNETISE.
Tneee are net timet for anytning but beta. And
length a fact ta known in medicine; it to thia tha
pain is ft-lie'ed and diaeaee cared by
PC KG ATI ON WI TH BBAKDBJCTU'B PILLS.
This to as much a fact in medicine as that the ma
act to met in navigation, or that gravity is a fact
tronomy, or that light to but heat raiifled, b
which a piece ot glass can condense into beat again
But tb- treat tact of the preeent day to that
Invariably open the bcwtrls, and that all the ham on
hich cause pain are controlled by natural affinity by
this Great Hkdicinb.
IMPORTANT TO THOSE LIVING IN FEYZB AND
AG UK DISTRICTS.
Mr. John Futility, $prini.eld, Union County, Hew
Jersy, has used Brand ret h 3 VetretabW Universal Pills)
for fifteen yean in bis family, and :or all his bands,
in which time these Pills have cured them of Bi lions
affections. Headache, Rheumatism. Fever and Ague,
Measles, Whooping Couh, and m lact all tlv diseas
es to which a lartre family is occuriionally sub t. He
say ho hai never known them to tttl and sill be
pleased to give h! Lcdtimony at all times fn avorof
Sprinitfudd, Union Co., N. J.
All enQuiritw immcrtmttl aunwured by addressing
Br, Brand rath, Nw York.
New style of iiraudrotb Pills at the sole agency
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMAN'3 PILLS.
The combination ot ingredients in these Pills an
the malt ot a lou and extensive prattle. They an
mild In their Gyration, and certain in oorrectinc al ,
iRefrnlaritini, painful Menstruation, remorinf ail eh
strnctions. whether from cold or otherwise, headache.
pain tn the ite, pnJplution of the heart, whites, alt
nervous aHertlonut. byattrici, ratMrne, pain in th
back and 11 in be, Ac., disturbed ileop, which arises
from Interruption of nature.
DR. (JHEESKMAN 8 PILLS
was the commencement ot a new era in the treatment
of thoae irretfuhurities and obstrvxctiMia, which hare
consigned so many to a premature (rare. Ho femala
oan enjoy good health nnleas she is regular, and
wheMTar an obstruction takes place the feneral
health begins to decline.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS
are the most effectual rmwty eves known (or all com
plain Is peculiar to Femait. To all classes they are
isTaioable, including, with certainty, periodical ras
olarity. Ther ars known to thoatt&nds, who hars
used them, at different periods, throuxhont the coon
try, hariiui the sanction of seme of the most eminent
Physicians in America,
Kxplicit directions, stating when they should not
be used, with each llox. The prica, 91,00 per Box
containing from 50 to Go Pilis.
Pills sent by mall, promptly, by remittint to the
Proprietor. Sold by Drntints generally.
K. B. HUTCHINOS, Proprietor,
ft Cedar-3t. New York.
mr Sold Wboienalo and Betail In Clereland by
STKONG A ARMSTRONG. aprli eowHT
"Human Frailty, or Physiological Re
searches," shonld be read by every body. It treats of
self-inflicted diseases, and the results of early mal
practice, theoanaes that frequently lead to Unhappy
Marriages, their relief and prevention, with copious
instrnc'iona as to (bo sure method of dispt-llius; the
misgivings that frequently take hold of those about
to enter into the marriage state. The work is bean,
fifnlly illustrated with rolortd engravings, and ia
raught with wholesome advice and exhortations.
To be had of Dr. Barrow, 1. Bleck-ir-St., N. T. Sen!
free of postAge everywhere. Price jSteata, Soe ad
vertisement o "Trieeemar" 1, 2 and 3.
Sold by G. W. Clark, Iroggiat, Cleveland, Ohio.
BtiiMiuga have been cleared
of BA.T3 and by uing Dr. L. Mi "Death t
Bats." Itu.-Tr.rt4.ln to kill. Putnam t Cokerill
Ajfenti, C.eTPl.tii'i, O.
SsjfTS vreet Flag Chewing Oam the best
known substitute for Tuhacco, and Remedy for Iter
Tons Dittenaes. Dyttpepniaand Lang Complaints. Ask
agents for circulars. of bale by Putnam k Cocks
rill, Cleveland. ialr
THE GBEAT TEST
of all chemical preparations
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DTE
Which Imparts the most superb black and browns.
Has Passed tuc Ordeal I
See Dr. Chilton's certificate, declaring it
Free from Deleterious IiigredienU !
Bear in mind the tact that
NO OTHER HAIR DTE
has been officially tested and prosMmaoHS
PURE AND SAFE!
Hanufactur-od by Crlstadoro. ft Ator liouse. New
Tork. Bold everywhere, and applied by ail Hail
HOW LOST! HOW BR3TOREDK
Just Published in Sealed Envelv.pe price V.
A Lecture on the Nature, Tn-ntiuent and KidieaJ
cure of prrmatorrhu'a, or !emitml H t-aknefw, Inol
antai Kmi.Hnr1ncxiLLl lK biljty nud Impediment tc
Marruure generally, Srvoiwn's.aT;pil''py and Fit.
Oon.1tu1.pt in, Mt-utaJ and rhyfrul Incapacity n
miiinn from ell Abu, &c., by Kobert J. (. ulverwell
ML. U., autuor 01 tn "Utven book,
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Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to any addrpss
post paid.) on receipt ol hix cents, or two p-wuurt
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A FBIEND IN NEED TUT IT.
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from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticuti
the great bone setu r, and has been, used ia his prac-.
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two ynars, a.tit to tuis lact. Mirouu Armarronav
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DISINFECTANT, BLACKING, &C.
This splendid aiurle will be found unequalled by
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arodnce. a most
Brilliant Jet Black Polish,
and affords peculiar Nourishment to tn. Leather.
MTor sale Wholeaale at th. Maaatactury, M 319
iTCIair-Dt., Cleveland, Ohio.
PURE B E , Z 1 . E.
The best and cheapest article for remoTinu GRE ASB".
(POTS, STAIN.-, tc, ffum Silk, Woolen OT i'atton.,
and unequalled for clanni0. iiluves. This artici ne
warranted in every reepect to the French.
ratorr, 11, at- Clair-ot., Clereiand. Ohio.
ror nlet the Western aWaerr. Laharatorr, ttt JH.
Olair-dt. Olereland. 1nlp.
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able odor of sinks, Privies, eux, lt ia uatMioalled.
So FARMKBcan afforil to be without tt. as it will
not only keep ihe DTABLL a s.r.1, bnt will prevent
the loss of
TIBTIL1ZINO QUALITTIS IN HAKUBL
No HOLDIKS tould leave for the Seat of War -without
a supply. Loik tu it that your friend, in tb. t
Army are furnished with what has been proved th. .
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Dirtc&ont or Uu Accompany Each Packagt
Hannlacturod, and at Wholeaale, at th
Western Reserve Labaratory,
By A. H. EVERETT, Chemist,
No. 319 St. Clair -St., Cleveland, Ohio.
aarSou it All thi Pu.irrru Dauaaum.'Vav
DIPLNFECTANT. Avoid Dia
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Df the hot wesvther. Utaart bottl-w. 2b rents. Fee
sale by O.W.CLARK,
ZEPHYR WORSTED. A NEW
importation of all ci.lors 2, 4 and 3 lold, amonnt
ui to b,U00 at last year s pria.
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