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"Pwtai," "Boarding,'' etc., aof meeting FOVB
HUES tack. Kit I be inserted aa this coittmn once Jar
29 Wen.; mot exceeding EIGBT UB IS, 60
DR. J. WAPREH'S HO USEE OLD
A work nedd ia every family, and which meet,
Wi'h a ready Bale.
Jjt fiatuer aarticu'ars, cal' on or an-dn-,, ' '
.. R. II. OA 11 V ILL.
ang.v.23T:lwdAW 113 BoUri at . Cleveland, O.
WAjSTBD Agents to Canvass the City
and County for BlooJ's Improved Kif-er. Tha
bt ever manufactured. tiKo. D. BACK A Co.,
&70 r-mxrior street. egj:?3.
"Vy B A.VE RS WANTED Six good men
" vrtao bev h. txriDce on Powbt 1 oonu. Ap
pply fmmAuUteiy to A. A J.. O. Water St.
"WTAKTKD Business Men and enter-
prising rtt.rod olditr to Uke an tnterrst la,
mn -xow'!itiiy iiBctui buunkw-pioK eruci, jui
ntxl. It is cheap ud nat, d1 da bum bust about
It. (JouulF and Mai KgbU lor sUe at tlie ttlor el
UK'), if. lltOK. ft Cv., opjusite the I'm -offic,
WANTED TO KENTr-On or l-efore
the 1Mb day of 8pe mtor, Hones fultabln for
m amt.ll lUmily, withm minutf' walk of Post-
.ffic. A14r bh A . B C.hvx ii'J. tJ.tve'aud. an.:233
TANTKD Attbntion. Bomethm
IT now I will MDd bv mail. DOfit-tm.id. a nt i.
fn Jlih'arT Albt'in, with twenty-foiir pictures of
car l uion utotraiH, ict :i ohuu. Agent wanted
)mneuiu-lf. Price per down to AkodIb $3 (W. or
l,7t ir h df dozen. Seii't all or en to C. L.
Afuiiiua. m I'eaToorB n.. unicgo, HI. muni. 242
RS WARD for the recovery of
ma pr portr and ttiearmt or tin title'.
A mta cat tug but name II. Uoward, ctlltwl st the
Liverr Stable of 0. V. BiiefK, of tliie city, on tbe
atteruooo ol tiie 1st ir.at., and hired a liorae anl
-Biikcv aud Jlarne to eo. as he aaid. to lSewbureh.
Viig to retnro at niue o'clock the ime vei.iuT hot
aiucu which time b has not rturnd. Tbe Blare ia a
cark cliesLuut. mix vtur old. Iolic Hwitrli till : hit
Stripe down the fHce; the t.?ar hind toot ta white;
fr.nitr tn.tier, and is in no condition. The Muzzy
ih a new one, phimea oarit cnoot&ie color, tut me
name of Lowmaa A W"or..on. atakera, on the htad
spring bar. black cut-hiaita, black enaumfled leather
tone. Tbe Uarunw wm a ns one. silver plated, with
radmeet-t lines ht If way np. Iloaari.who hird
the property, in M years ol see, 5 teet 7 or tt inches in
ii'ght, feliui bo It, full round iaci. and ts rthr good
ItfOlvinfi. Aliaiert", U. BKlUtiS,
Til OS. II. KIMliV, Ietective,
angn:S32 JbrVelamJ, Ohio.
10 BE LET With immediate poeeee-
hou e, and 15 acres ot land ; plenty oi fnut ; 6 mi ea
w Htof Itvtlainl. on Irtrtt t. rua I- for prttcu
lan. and tenus, aply to liitii'D P0LLAK1. Kant
JUxkpurt. it. aug3a3a
"lyAN TB D To Kent, a large loft or
f roo suitable for hnishtnff Kilt monldinin: al
Mi lwtUirt(, cuuvt nient to bnsiiieM, or pu line of
ctrwi ni rma. j.ent not n rxcea slmwi. por Fur
ther particulars, iiiuuire at Alercbauu' lipatcu.
VI lift UK. BU aOtiJIaH
TWO POSTABLK BNGlN&ii FOB
HtLK, Ki'ht Hjrae Power, in guod running
order. I'neeatiW'eaeu KL(jinrol
aie2:233 M. B. STaV H.NS. m Batwrior st.
rpHK H1GHKST CASE PKIOB PAID
-a- fo- fec-rd-hatd Fnmitnre and Carpets, mt H.
Uocre'a o d stand, 161 Ontario at., cor. of Alichigan.
WANTED A good Cook and a House
maid accustomed to needle-work. Appbj to
Mm it .a, corner oi x oresi aua Aansmao na.
irOK liEN I Two superior Photoeraph
X- GailerifS: a spVndid hill and six chamber. In
quire at 1. KklLLfci a tfluctt, overstoruLM Superior
it. angi :34
SALESMEN AND B00E.-KEErE.i3
& dfliniig toenfraff? iu business in diffLTat parts f
the I nita state, eh mid call upon ii. e. VM
fJOK'i'W I!JK, liural tiuperititemleut, on Saturday
or Muutlav, .'th and 7th ot'Auffust, in J hr.aon U ock,
upstairs, tlank St., Cleveland, O. Previon axperi
tot.ce as raleemen and Bock keepers not neoeaary, i(
worthy and wtll qna',&d to euro from to tz,000
pr year. Aeply pentouallf. An interview re
quired. Noappli atiouaby fetter, will be answered.
ri( AGENTS WANTED la every
fVvJ City, Counts, Towi and Hamlet in Ohio, to
pell OBOhbY'8 LikK Of ABHAUAM LINCOLN,
l'riu t-d on Hupt'rior pnp r audKuud in cloth; Libra
ry and Parlor fcJitioiis; ooDtamiug the Jtarly ri is lo
ry aiid Polit'Cai Career, totfetber with tbe bpeechea,
AIeatake4, Proclamations and ether Documents, U
luKtrat.ve of hu eventful Admtuitratun, and the
cents and eventa C juuected with his Traffic Knd.
e ou'.T no tabulcu inducements to Agents, but
will &v the work u sunerior in many poiuU to any
now offered to the publie, and all who subscribe tj
the work wjII cootriuu'e ty a fund with which a
loflnnifnt h to be ertct d in memory oC rhe Great
1? parte'i. Book now rady for de itery, Jnly 31st.
lor terms and territory, a drew B. ti. LHkKN,
Koom ho. 4, Ameiican iiuilding, ovt-r Leader ofhce,
Cleveiaud, O. Jy3l :
OHSE SHOES! MULE IS HOES!
A fnrthor anonlr. Inut received, of Shoenber-
Ser'fl eel br.tei II AMMKK-M AI'K UOKaH AKD
ILL bliOKS. ForsMl-ath(jlale by MOltttl
boN roTfcii, Iron and Mail Waiehous a, Itiver at.
FIK KALE A two-horse covered Car
riage, with two or three Beats. A 'so, a top Bug
cry, with oi:e or two beats. B th in eood coudttiun
and huiuhI to Jamily ose, and will be sold cheap. In
quire at No. jus ; uponorst or tl corner of Kiiib
inaa ahd FortBtsts. J yi:
JK)R tiALE My House and Lot, No.
FB a ALE HOUdE AND LOT 145
Lake st. lloussiu tip-tp conditioa. Knqnire
OU the premiSPS. jy. 5:240
AGENTS WANTED. $6 to $12 a day
paid to (rood cents, male or fema'e, to ell th?
Wilou BfWitiK Michiuu. It will stitch, hem, HI,
tuck, cord, Li ud, quilt and embroider beautifully.
It has been d cidwl i i the V. C. Court, that the
Wifeon Hewing Muthioe ia no infring meut. For
te.-ms and particular, addrvss S. It. iiDkKSON,
C.tveiand, O. Jy24136
OUdE AND LOT FOR SALE IN
BKltKA. Will be sold cheap. This is a rare
opportunity for Gormaus or others desirous of edu
cating tlieir children at the scaools of tterea, aud to
obtain a boiii at small tiifiires. Address P. O. Box
131 Brea, or 'B" Laanut Olhce, Cleveland, Ohio.
CUT STAVES AND HEADING.
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a
1 arjre aud eil made stooa of seasoned out Staves txrl
Headkis, t the lowest market prices, fattfuj;
near Cleveland A T oledo lieiiroad depot.
All orders promptly litltd and aatufftpijoa war
ranted. JUWJfi A M.J)$it.?x&.
Fremont, 0 July 18:264
Fii HALiK TUB ABOB i)OUBLB
Hoptetttaud 3fi ProaMCt street, anitable for a
toarditt ho lse. Te.m4easy. Knyulre of OONWAY
W. Mt'BLJfi. t theoftoeol Hachns a Noble. feU:F
-pHOTOUBAPH UAED3 FOK GEN-
Xl'LKMKN.-Sample with catalcgnea sent lor
cents, lucloee an tuvelote wiih your own name,
and addrou I. JiiCMKTTK, im Liberty at.. Hew York
I" ESTABLISHED IN 1847. Paper at
J leas than Mann acturers prices. Ho connection
-with tie combine J Jtf duopoly tor II -gh Price. I tt.
leJ the Iarg s: and brtst SMcrLed ptock of PAFk'K of
every dee -1 iptlon to be fonnd In thu country. Bok
pnlkirs, btationers, Printeis aud Biwlci will save
aiouey by tiriitexamui'ng my Bttck. CXnlers by mail
Nmptly fiihil. A. P.; 11 A fct, W UdeMle Paper
Lt. bo. 44 Uetkmau at,, M. X- (IbeOid Strnd.)
iyis ' r
SAliipSMliK WANTED To so
licit and till orders for the Lite of
V$ Ir, J. G. Holland.
Kxpartenwd Awnta, Profriional men. La Prdaoh
ers, lea. hers, Mechanic aud FMrm.rseven, wjil hud
th is a pliant, aud at tbe same iiue a. lucrative oc
cupation the c.imiue season. "An old uvfent writes
I take from 75 to 125 sulrribers per wwt.
Fiir farther inform..! apply pfrsuil to Or ad
dret by wail, O. K. IfOLTON Si lilitw., Puhlinhers of
and General Ac-nW for hooks aud Jtugravms, at
K 6. Hoor, Limau'a V.ock, itar Court llou-e.
tHeveland, OHio. ji .2H
fYf A HONTH I 1 WANT AGENTS
4V everywhere, at ff70 a Month, expenses paid, to
eil Fittoen Articles, the best Selling ever offered.
Full particulate free. Addroaa OTIS X. GAltlCx",
HidiWord. Maine. myil att
fljins; A MONTM.I agbnts WAJttkd
wL4lO eTnrrwbere to Introldoa the improved
Shaw and Clakk tJ Familv Hkwino Machimk, tha
CULT low price Machine in the country ab.cb is lw
oaNSUt oy univor aua oaaur, nuwinauu " """t.
Howft. Singer and Co., and Batciieider, Aixotiier
tTiu-hiiiM now 4old for lees than forty dollar ar& in
ralMOKHBNTfl, and the seller and user liable t ftn
and imprisonment, tialary aud expenaea, cm large
commiaeion, a'lowed. Illustrated circulars Guiitfrr-e.
Add ra SliAWACLAKK.Uiddeford. Maiie.mll-2M
AD V A2i CUD
nm, to Butt at tha old. atand Mad
well-known WAliMU'S tMAU H,, 0D
rltiM orevttrr kind. Tis: Quid a&d tiUver Wa
Diamond!. BiWer Ware, Jewelry. Guns,' PtaWU,
mowing. I'ry uoooa. jrianoo. mtHouwjua, aao aw
lgf vrt jrr Ums. BnaiMa strictly arlTate. Batab
liHhttd i A51. N.&. A variety of unrtMlehiaea Watcn
m .Itwilrr . Cona. etc.. lor aale at barffalna.
bffi-k-broir of Water and Boaauua atnats,orar
Bai a Feixottol Ok.uiiui More.
,tv J. ' a W. WAOW1CB.
VH. w. JDiTici, J as. atniui, w. abbaou.
Justice, Bateman & Co.,
122 SOUTH FK05I STRUT, .
av-OontlerinieBU an'Mied I"1" '
To Soldiers-Waltliam Watcbes I
Iiat wry soldier, before he return, hoaw prortde
bimaelf wi h aa American Watch; no hattaraw can
be aude of money than to invert It ia ana of these
durable and accurate time-pleoaa. It to a kind of
property that constantly return, rood tntere,t,and
lte money talae ti so well known that a pocket foil
at silzer dollar wonldc't be as naefnL
bold by ail reapectabla Watch dealara.
THE sMERICIIR WATCH C3.,
jTl ?4 Oflice . BroiMlwltT. W. T.
j goring Styles of Q(
HATS, CAPS, 8T2AW GOODS, 4i.
L. Cvnedlct & Sons .
EaT a larxe eawrtnent of aH the latent rtyh;
which thoy offer at the lawort market rataa,waola;
ttd ratatl, at
3AI Nnperior atreeC 1
l" Inat raoalvad at.
lit Wa4aU Jlaeea,
DAILY, TBI-WEEKLT k WEEKLY,
PUBLISHED BT TBI '
CI.KTELAMD LEiDtR COMPACT.
SATPBDAY, AUGUST 5, 1865. .-
Letter from Hon. S. S. Warner.
It will be remembered that some weeks'
once the Lxadir pnbluhed letter from
J. K. LeogttoD, Bcq , to Eon.' & S. War
ner, the Union candidate for State Treat
orer, requesting to be informed in reference
to bit views on the suffrage question.
The following letter from Mr. Warner,
in answer to Mr. Langs ton's inquiries, has
been forwarded to us lor publication. - It
will be seen that Mr. Warner deems the
utterance of his individual views impolitic
at th present juncture, fie, however, ex
presses his willingness to be guided by the
"logic of events." If Mr. Warner gives
good head to this teacher, we have no
doubt that before tbe campaign is over he
will be convinced, if he is not already, of
the necessity and rightfulness of Equal
Suffrage, and will be ready to avow his
convictions frankly and baldly. .
This is Mr. Warner's letter : .
HUNTINGTON, July 26, 1865.
J. Mercer Langsion, Esq Oberlin, Ohio :
Mr Dkab Sib: Tour letter of the 21st
iDst, with your " Liadkk " letter i nclosed,
is this day received. In reply permit me
to say that I freely and cordially endorse
all the platform of the Union party of
Ohio, adopted by it in convention assem
bled at Columbus, the 2 1st ult. ; and hav
ing accepted a nomination on that plat
form, and that being the authoritative ex
position of the principles of the party by
which I was nominated, I do not at this
early stage of the campaign (or in fact be
fore the campaign is opened) feel at liberty
to thrust my individual opinions upon tbe
public. Hoping that the " logic ot events"
will soon furnish a solution of this, and all
other questions upon which there is not now
entire unanimity ot opinion in our party,
that will be catisfactory to all loyal men,
With sentiments of kind regard, I remain
Your most obedient servant,
HUNTINGTON, July 26, 1865. S. S. WARNER.
The National Temperance Convention.
' Yesterday morning we published an edi
torial resume of the first day's proceedings
of the National Temperance Convention
how in session at Saratoga. An interesting
letter in another column from a special
correspondent gives a more extended ac
count of tbe proceedings. '
' During the second day's proceedings a
number of speeches were made, Oerrit
Smith, E. 0. Delavan, Kev. John Fierpont,
JJeal Dow, andBev.TheodoreCuyler, being
among these who addressed the Conven
tion. A large number of resolutions were
introduced and referred. Those of Professor
Palmer, earnestly requesting the medical
profession to reconsider their practice of
prescribing alcoholic drinks in chronic
cases and in slight ailments, were passed
after a warm debate, and by a majority of
seven, but were afterward reconsidered
and referred to a committee. . Resolutions
were adopted recommending the organiza
tion of a National Temperance Society.
The committee on resolutions reported, but
a discussion arising as to the use of wine in
the oommaaion service, the resolutions
The Secretary ceports 332 delegates pres
ent from twenty different States and four
foreign countries. Sixty churches, eighty
divisions of the Sons of Temperance, for
ty two lodges of 3ood Templ&rs, and thirty-two
State and county associations were
following are the nominees of the
con&ties named for the lower house of the
State Legislature: '
Knox County Gob. H. B. Binning
and Col. W. C. Cooper.
Logan County Col. Doon Piatt.
: Dabki County Mr. Scipio Myers.
, Union County Col.' A. B. Z. Dawson.
. General B. F. Potts has published a card
in which he declines to be considered a can
didate for the State Senate from the Stark
and Carroll district. '
Horace Steele, of PainesviUe, alsode
clin. being a candidate for Representa
tive from Lake county.
A caucus of the Columbiana county
delegates to the Senatorial Convention
of the Columbiana and Jefferson district!
for tbe purpose of agreeing on a candidate
is announced to take place at Wellsville,
on the 24th instant.
Tho Geauga County Union Convention
wilL be held at Burton. Saturday, August
The Senatorial Convention for the Ash
tabula, Lake aid Geauga district will be
held at Madiao on the 23d instant.
The Medina. County Union Convention
will be held on Wednesday, August 16th,
A Nice Point of Church Observance
a very nice point in the order of Public
Worship for the clergy and laity of his
diocese. In recent pastoral, the Bishop
expounds very fully the doctrine of obe
dience to the civ il magistrate, and illus
trates with great ability the limitations of
the in.tacetion which the Church in bound
to respect, to pray for all in civil authority.
Bishop. Wilmer thinks, as there is no longer !
an j Uonfederacy, there is net much use in
praying any longer for the Confederate an-,
thorities. And he thinks that, as the only '
! government they have now in Alabama is '
a military government, there is no. oblige-'
tion to pray for that, inasmuch as it does
not represent the "civil authority," and is,
moreover, a. very undesirable arrangement
it Itself. "
Death of Judge Nye.
Judge Nye, of Marietta, Ohio, one of the
oldest lawyers of the State, died at bis
residence in that city on the morning of.
the 27th ult He was born in December,1
1792, in one of the outposts of the old Mari
etta Fart. He afterwards occupied as a
residence the original " Stockade Fort,"
and was at the time of his death aged
seventy-two yean and seven months. , He
served six years in the Ohio Legislature,'
and one term in the Senate in 1833. In
later years be was Judga of the Eighth
Judicial District, composed at that time of
seven, counties. .
The New York correspondent of the
CSaieago Republic says that "with the re
tirement of Colonel Snow, the ncsjority
interest of the Sew York Tribune has
passed Into the hands of Mr. Samuel Sin
clair, long connected with the publishing
department, and Mr. S. T. Clark, princi
pally known as former financial editor of
the fixprtti, and more recently as a dog
ged litigant, with the proprietors . of that
paper. It' i .understood, however, that
,Mr. Greeley will retain undivided editorial
control." ' - - t ,
A meeting of the friends of Mr. A.A
Howe, of MeadvfUe, : recently arrested rby
Mr. 'ff. E. Sheldon, of Kew York,, on
charge of fraudulent transactions, was held
on Tuesday evening, at the St. Nicholas'
Hotel, New York city, and presided over
by Horace. Cullum, of Meadville. ' A series
of resolutions, strongly endorsing Mr.
Howe, was adopted.
"Now, children," esked a school inspec
tor, "who loves all men?" A little girl.
not four years old, and evidently not posted
in the catechism, answered quickly, "All
women..' .. .:
NATIONAL TEMPERANCE CONVENTION.
NATIONAL TEMPERANCE CONVENTION. Fifth Gathering---The First Day's Session.
[Special Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.]
SARATOGA SPRINGS, August 1, 1865.
For several days delegates to the Nation
al Temperance Convention from all parts
have been arriving. Hotels and boarding
houses, usually full at this season of the
year, overflow with this unusual accession
of visitors. Generals Grant and Hooker
have but recently left, and their coming
here attracted many who yet remain. . ;
, The Convention met in the Presbyterian
Church, a (beautiful edifice, substantially
built of .brick. It was called to order at 11
o'clock, a. . m. by : Chancellor Wal
worth, a gray-haired old man and resident
of this village, who was the President of the
First National Conventien,held in 1833 in
the Old Congress Hall in Philadelphia,
which ground, already holy, was re-consecrated
to Freedom from a tyranny worse
than taxation without representation, and
more wide-spread than chattel slavery., ,.
Mr. Walworth pronounced a few words
of encouragement and resigned the place
to Bev. G. W. Sturges, of New York, who
was elected temporary chairman.:
After the convention, prayer was made
by Rev. Dr. Newell, of New York city.
Bev. Mr. Palmer.of Michigan, was appoint
ed chairman of a committea of nine, to re
port officers for permanent organization,
and Bev. Mr. Stoddard at the head of an
other committee on credentials.
At this stage, a motion to invite Major
General Hooker, who was in town, to ad.
dress the convention, which, after a brief
debate, was laid on the table. Another
motion to invite General Hooker and all
other officers and privates, who happened
in town to attend the sessions of the con
vention, was made in the afternoon and
carried. Hon. Gerrit Smith was loudly
called for, but declined, absolutely,- saying
that he hid "a special reason for being
only a spectator. '.
The committee on organization reported
for President of the convention, Governor
William A Buckingham, of Connecticut,
who took his seat amid prolonged cheers.
He made a brief and pertinent address, and
referred to the close of the war as an aus
picious time for . inaugurating this new
national temperance movement. Vice
Presidents were then appointed, and a bus
iness committee of nine. -
A communication from the Leland Bros.,
; tendering the use of their new Opera
House, was referred to me ousiness com
mittee, who reported adversely to an ac
ceptance. The report was adopted and
the thanks of tbe convention returned for
their offer. The remainder of the time was
spent in organizing and at one o'clock the
Assembled again at 3 p. it, when Bev.
T. L. Cuyler, Chairman of the Business
Committee, reported a resolution expressing
gratitude to Almighty God at the success-
tul issue ot tne war. na vote was put oy
: rising, when all united in singing the Na
Resolutions on topics connected with the
objacts of the Convention were read and re-
f , n (k. fVmmiHi sin Tner,l,,t irtnfl
without debate, to be brought up later in
the session. -
Bav. Dr. Cbickering read a paper on the
early history of the temperance movement,
with reference to its connection witn reli
gion, showing that during the first twenty
Tears tne ministry ana cnurcnes were tne
main promoters of the cause; but during
the last fifteen these elements have either
ceased to be efficient agents, or have been
slighted and discarded by other laborers,
lion. Mr. Spooner, of Boston, substanti
ated the views of Dr. Chickering. A
statement made by him that two thirdB of
the orthodox clergymen ot Boston, lor
twenty years preceding last year, had not
preached a sermon expreeely on temper
anee elicited warm remarks from several,
who perhaps felt the shoe pinch.
The discussion was continued under a
resolution urging ministers and laymen to
take hold of the work anew. One speaker
stated that "of the students attending the
Unitarian Seminary (Theological) in Bea
ton, one half drink intoxicating drinks and
use tobacco;" and spoke of Artemas
Ward's description of Harvard College as
"situated p'easantly in the bar-room of
tbe Parker House."
The resolution was adopted unanimously.
Dr. Charles Jewett, of Connecticut, the
distinguished lecturer, then read a paper on
the use of alcbolic drinks as remedies for
diseases, in which he showed, by extracts
from writings of distinguished English
and French physicians and chemists, that
these drinks are often and usually more
mi uncus than beneficial, when so uaed.
A special committee was appointed to
consider ims matter, ana in tne evening
they reported a set of resolutions, request
ing medieal men to reconsider the grounds
lor so irequent a use oi pranaies ana otner
liquors as remedial agents, and urging
them tJ substitute other articles when it
can be done, especially in chronic cases
and slight ailments. So, patent tonics,
clear the way I " Distinguished foreign"
physicians your. " occupation" will soon be
" gone I
An interesting discussion followed and
occupied tne remainder ot tne evening,
An abstract of this will be given ia our
Among the distinguished men present
are Gov. Buckingham and ex-Governors
Dutton and Holley, of Oonn., (Connecticut
is alive on tne te.uperance question,) Uen,
Neal now, J43V. X. li. Cuyler, ex-uov,
A. Briggs, Gerrit Smilb, Dr. Chas. Jewett,
K. C. Delavan, (the gray-baired patriarch,)
Hon. W. U. Hpooner ot Hoeton, tiev. Dr,
Dullinld, Bev. John Pierpont, (another
time-honored warrior,) and Kev. J. P.
. Three hundred and thirty-two delegates
are regularly appointed and present, and as
many more from the place and from abroad
tit as members by lnvitttion.
, The Convention realizes the greatness
of the work to be done, and exhibits a spirit
which only strong and determined men
possess. King Alcohol may tremble tor
the raids tnat soon will be made upon his
dominions, and for the speedy assaults
against his strongholds. The interest deep
ens as tne oonvention gets warmed up.
' Tbe mail closes so does our letter.
The Second Ohio Cavalry.
" We extract from a letter to the Summit
County Beacon, dated "Springfield, Mo.,
July 24th," the following interesting items
in regard to this veteran and gallant
Northern Ohio Begiment :
Company r, CapL Stratton, is at Cast-
villa H, Capt. Wm. Smith, at Granby
it and 1) under tne command ot .Lieut. J.
A. McEiroy, during the absence of Capt.
A. &. Millard, at Lebanon. When Capt.
Millardreturns Company D will be called
The other companies are here with the
exception ot (Jo. I, wnicn nas been sent ,un
der Capt. Nat Hillhouse and Lieut. K. C.
Joice, to escort a train to Pott Kiley, Kan
sas. Co. A, Lieut. C. D. Bush, is occupy
ing Fort No. L having charge of the ord
nance, which consists of a conglomerate
mass ci arms ot all sizes, snspes and con,
ditions, including the whole catalogue ef
siege guns, muskets, bar bines, pistols and
ammunition tneretor, tram a 2 4-pounder to
powder in kegs, This stuff will soon be
shipped to bt. Louis Arsenal. Co. G,
ijieui a. a. itana, is in tne stockade watcn
The duty of placing the manacles upon
Mrs. Surratt, escorting her to the gallows,
and supporting her until the trap fell, de-
voivea upon lieutenant uoionel W. H.H.
McCall, of Lewisburg. When placing the
irons upon her wrists she told him he was
no gentleman or he would sot do so. Col.
Mcuail told ner it was nis unpleasant du
ty, 'in obedience to orders, and not his
chbio. Her parting: salute to him was:
"You are a scoundrel I" which were about
the last audible words she uttered.
--The free negro laborers on the Sea
Islands make large wages from S20o to
$L0Pd a year. In many cases where they
work the land on their own account, taey
raal-n from $1,000 to $5,000. There j nc,w
on deposit, in bank, by negroes in that
neighborhood, over $40,000. : ,. ; . ; ,
THE COLLEGES. Commencement at Williams---Various
The seventy-first annual commencement
at Williams College transpired during tbe
present week. The- exercise commenced
ob Sunday last with the delivery of the
Baccalaureate Sermon by the reverend and
venerable President of theCollega,Dr.Mark
Hopkins. Tbe address before the Mills
Theological Society was delivered on Sun
day evening by the Bev. B. B. Webb of
Bottom On Monday the Phi Beta Kappa
Society, i chapter' of which ' was recently
established in this coUege,took place, Presi
dent Hid of Harvard delivering the oration
and B. W. B. Canning of Boston the poem.
On Monday evening the Prize Bhetorical
speaking took place. On the same even-.
ing the triennial reunion of the class of 'I
took place, at the house oi Professor Frank
lin Carter, of that class, now Professor of
the Latin and ' French Languages. The
itraditional silver cup was presented to the
Professor, whohas achieved, among other
honors, that of being the first father among
the class. The presentation speech was
made : by Joseph E.: Simmons, Etq,of
Troy, and a response cn behalf of the
married members of the class was deliered
by Theodore Gilman.Ef q.,of New York city.
The Alumni meeting was held on Tues
day. Hon. Alonzo Paige, of the class of
1862, presiding. The annual address was
delivered by Charles Demond, Esq., of
Boston, and the poem by the Bev. George
Washington Gladden. The necrological
lists were read, which show a total of twen
ty deaths among the Alumni during the
year. A battle monument, which is only
partially finished, was also consecrated,
with speeches by President Hopklaa, Judge
Olin, Ex Governor Washburne, and others:
On Tuesday evening a monument recent
ly erected to the memory of Bev.E.D.Grif-
lin, the third President of the college, was
consecrated. On the same evening Balph
Waldo Emerson delivered an address on
"The Ideal in Literature."
On Wednesday the regular commence
ment exercises transpired.- The following
gentlemen bore off the class honors.
Valedictorian, A. B. Lyons.
Balutatorian, C. T. F. Spoor.
- Honorary Orations, J. E. Bradley, O. G
Eldridge, J. K, Emerson, N. B. Emerson,
T. L. Gulick, T. Hooker, E. W. West, V.
O. WilietV ''
The graduating class numbered fifty-
The necrological lists of Union College
during tne past year snow a total oi winy
Tbe roll of honor includes some three
hundred names ; among these are General
Henry W. Halleck, General John Coch
rane, Colonel Henry Pomeroy, Colonel
Fred. Townsend, U. S. A., General Daniel
Butterfield, General Kobert li. Potter, Uen
eral Bice, General Starkweather, Colonel
William A. Jackson, General John F.
Hartranft, Colonel John McConihe (killed
at Coal Harbor), Colonel C. C. Nott, Gen
eral George C. Strong (killed at Fort Wag
ner), General Sidney Post, General Wm.
B. Tibbitts, General James C. Bogerg. ......
The venerable Presidant Nott still sur
vives. The 25lh of June was the anniver
sary of his birth. He has now reached his
ninety-third year, and has seen the Ameri
can .Republic at each stage of its progress,
from its very origin up to its present de
velopment. Hi! health is poor and he is
now very feeble. Much solicitude is mani
fested in his behalf.
TBI C0LLIOKS OF THE UNITED STATES.
The following table exhibits the number
of colleges In eacn mate of tne U mon
10 I IVifcrnla
24 I Total . .X
INCIDENT OF THE ALUMNI DINNER AT
A very aged gentleman then rose in his
place on the platform, and stated that he
belonged to the class of 1810. It was very
affecting to hear him tell, in accents trem
bling with age and emotion, that only eight
of that class were living, and tnat oi tnem
but four of them were able to be present
on this occasion. He held a large sheet of
yellow and ancient-looking paper in His
hand, which he said was a catalogue of the
officers and students of Yale College in
1806, when he was a Freshman. " Why,"
said he, "when this was handed me the
other day, I rejoiced more than if I had
found a tablet with the old Boman laws
inscribed upon iL It had several pin-holes
through it, and Had evidently once adorned
some aspiring Freshman's door. Among
the names upon it were tne lollowing
Timothy Dwight, D. D., President and
Professor ot Divinity ; Jeremiah Day, A
M Professor of Mathematics : and lien j
Silliman, M- D , Professor of Natural His
tory and Chemistry.
THE ABOLITION OF "BIENNIALS."
' Biennial examination at Yale has been
abolished, annual examinations being sub
stituted. On this topic a correspondent of
the Cincinnati Commercial discourses as
Although there is certainly very much
about a Biennial tnat is exceedingly
troublesome, those of us, at least, who
have once undergone the scathing ordeal,
cannot but regret that the institution has
been done away with. For, boeides tbe ter
rors, there are many pleasant memories
that gather round a Yale Biennial, and of
a character which belongs to nothing else
we know of. Who that nas ever been
through one, does not remember with what
zest be used to roar out, " Biennials are a
bore, in deafening chorus with his class
mates, when perched upon the old college
fence, witn nis grotesque Biennial hat upon
his hoad, and the significant pen. behind
his ear, after escaping from one ot tbe tor
turing scenes so often enacted beneath
" those dread twin towers " of old Alumni
Hall? Who that has once experienced
the feeling, can ever forget with what ec
static joy he rushed out of that execrable
den for the last time, after "Sophomore
Mathematics," and tossed his hat high in
air, knowing, yet scarcely realizing the
stupenduous fact, that at last, after weeks
of cramming, skinning, ana wasting ot the
midnight oil, Biennial wvs over indeed.
The classes of 1865 and 1867 have had
the honor of .going through the last senior
and sophomore bienniuls that will proba
bly ever be held at 1 ale. The class of
1868, now exalted sophomores, thinking
that as tney were to inaugurate tne custom
of annuals, they ought to have a jolly good
time about it, came out in black Oxford
annual hats, and after they got through
the examination, went off on Thursday last
wittua fine band and in high spirit, to cel
ebrate their deliverance from its perils with
a grand dinner and jollification. At noon
on the day following, the class of 1867,
having passed the tenors of the last bien
nial, marched to the depot from Alumni
Hall, to tbe inspiring strains of "i'ramp,
tramp, tramp, the boys are marching,"
with their hearts bounding with unoon.
trollable and uproarious joy at the thought
of their troubles over, and the grand jubi
lee before them. At their head was borne
by four carriers, a tombstone with the fol
lowing inscription : "A'ort rtsurgnm. live
jacet biennial. Let him rip. Abut in morte,
July 21, 1805, aged ntteen years , and on
the top of it was laid, as though stiff in
death, a recumbent figure representing the
beloved deceased, it was afterwards bur
ied, with all due reverence and decorum,
and a funeral sermon preached by one of
tne class, rorea in a long black gown, who
had been selected to officiate as priest. It is
utterly impossible for any one who has not
felt it, to conceive of the wild delight of a
class of new fledged juniors on such an
At Natchez the price of newspapers is
reeulated by the Mayor. On tbe 5th of
July that official issued his Special Order,
No. 3, providing that:
'Hereafter an daily papers will be sold
at the rate of ten cents per paper.
"JJy order. J. tr. Coleman, Mayor.
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
A little boy by the name nf Viles. livino-
in PainesviUe, dislocated his arm on Wed
nesday by falling from a tree. The arm .
has been set. .
During the past week the Cowles House
has suffered from two elements fire and
water. A new roof is bting put on the
house, and on Friday a severe rain treated
the uppe story to a deluge, white on Mon
day the portable furnace of a tinman at
work upon it set it on fire. The flames
were soon extinguished, and the house es
caped from both accidents with very little
Messrs. Burnett, Stambaugh & Co. have
purchased a lot adj lining Wick Bros. &
Co.'s Banking office, and will soon com
mence putting up a brick buildi'g, to be
occupied by them, when completed, as a
hardware store. .
McAllister, in Dun
gannon township, was struck by lightning
on Friday evening of last week and was
totally destroyed, together with the con
tents. Mr. McAllister and one of his little
daughters, together with Joseph G. Keith,
Esq, of Hanover, were in the barn at the
time, and were considerably shocked by the
stroke. They succeeded in saving the
horses, and also the wagon loaded with
hay, which was in the barn, but the grain
raised this year, about thirty buthels of old
wheat, a large quantity of hay, a threshing
maehine, horse rake, clover huller, and the
building were totally destroyed. Tbe loss
was heavy, Mr. McAllister estimating it at
three thousand dollars. No -insurance.
On Friday evening last the reception
tendered to the returned volunteer soldiers
of New Lisbon and vicinity, by Company
G, 18 th Battallion O. N. G., took place at
the Union School Hail, at New Lisbon.
The hall was finely decorated. The vete
ran soldiers, under command of Lieutenant
Steen, were escorted to the hall by a de
tachment of the National Guard, headed
by a band of music, and welcomed by
. Harvey Morrison, Efq., in a brief address.
Alter prayer by the Kev. O. M. Todd, the
company then sat down to an excellent
and substantial dinner. The pleasures of
the day culminated in a dance at Union
Hall in the evening.
A bold attempt to steal a number of
mules, recently purchased from the govern
ment, by Levi Hanna, K q., of New Lis
bon( - was made on Wednesday of last
week. ' The robber was met by a son of
Mr. Hanna as he was driving off the mules.
He fled, kid, on being pursued by young
Hanna, turned and Area a pistol at him,
The boys of the 107th belonging to this
county arrived at their homes during the
middle of last week, and met with a warm
reception. Company D was received at
Canton with music, and escorted to the
American,, where a good dinner awaited
Thieve) are lustily at work in Canton.
They nightly invade hen roosts, stables,
cellars, &c Last week Mr. Ball had a
double set of harness stolen. A set of
harness was also taken out of Milton Ball's
stable. Mrs. F. A. tiobneider had her cel
lar robbed, and Mrs. Gillespie's hen house.
These thieves should be attended to.
! Master Benjamin Buckingham, son of
Kev. JS. Buckingham, ot Oanton, passed
the examination with honor, anrl was ad
mitted as a pupil of the U. ti. Naval Acad
emy, at Newport, K. L
The residence of Charles E Jgerton, E.;q.,
of Fremont, has been sold to E. W. Kn
sign, Ktq.. of Buffalo, N. Y, for $10,000.
Possession to be given September first.
About two o'clock on Friday afternoon
of last week a fire broke out in the Kiln
house of C. Edgerton'a Sash Factory. The
firemen turned out and soon wet the insti
tution down. Loss small.
The Fremont Journal says that on
Thursday ,of last week Wm. Smith and
Mits Alice Jenks were arrested on suspi
cion of being the persons who committed
tha burglary at the residence of Jacob
Strchl on the night of the 22d ult The
examination took place before K. F. Dick.
inson, E-q., commencing on Saturday and
continuing till Monday evening. JU.r,
Hutch was bound over to court, in the sum
of $500, Slrohl's watch being found in the
house of Butch, wrapped in a paper, con
cealed in a boot. Ho evidence was adduced
against Miss Jenks, and she was accord
by Lanphear, is rapidly recovering, and is
now able to walk about. The man who
shot him had a hearing on Monday last
and was committed to jail in delault ot tne
required bail, $1,500, to await trial before
the next term ot Common Pleas, on the
charge oi "shooting with intent to kilL
Reminiscences of Andy Johnson.
A correspondent of the New York World
gives the following interesting anecdote
about Andy Johnson, as narrated to the
former by a gentleman who had known
the President in Tennessee :
"I remember," said tbe Tennnsseean
"that one time when Andy was civil gov
ernor, I went down to Nashville and call
ed on him at his office in the new State
House, which was not quite completed. It
is a fine building, and then attracted much
attention, and when I had transacted my
business with Andy he walked out to show
me how it was progressing. Pretty soon
there came along a lot of New York trav
elers who wore looking after sights, and
these he instructed bis colored man to sit iw
over the building. They had hardly left
when there came a crowd of countrymen
with their wives and children, who had
come into Nashville with their loads of
truck, aLd were now going to have a look
at the capitoL These theuovernor joined.
and spent nigh two hours in pointing out
to them the details ot the building, i was
quite tired when he had finished, aud went
into bis office and left them. All this time
the company did net know who tha guide
was, so when he had gone they aeked me
who that pleasant gentleman was; 1 tola
them Governor Johnson, which they would
not believe until I had solemnly assured,
them that such ws the tact. 'What I
said they, 'our Governor? Then he is the
smartest man in the country.' They had
never seen him before; but now he had a
firm friend in eve.y man, whether a Whig
or Democrat ; and the women they chat
tered away about him till they were out or
bearing. , Pretty soon Andy joined me
again and we walked down the street
told him how many complimentary things
the parly had said about him ; and said J,
to try him, Andy, the Whigs hereabouts
say you are a demagogue. 1 think if they
had seen you just now tney would navs
believed their statements. 1 1 don t under
stand you,' said he. I replied that it was
very singular he should give so much time
to showing these poor people over the Cap
itol, and then, too, to send his messenger
with those intelligent, well-dressed people
who came just before. I think Andy was
a little mad at first, after hearing me ; but
we bad always been go. d friends, and he
don't break with an old friend without
a very good reason, so he was only silent a
moment, and then said, ' I our insinuation
is very unjust. These pour people are my
constituents. I am but their servant, and
they have a rigot to lequire courtesy from
me. when I have leisure, as I had today.
to attend to such matters. They had come
a long way, some of them were never here
V. A It.. ..,... ,.A .n a thai, f'.nt
itoL for it is their CapitoL built with their
money. Now, it was no more than my
duty to show it to them. As for the ether
company with whcml sent my messeiger,
why they were nere merely lor tight see
ing, which they were used, to and 3ould
easily find out the beauties of the building
without their being pointed out by me.
"And that's just it,' said the Tenneueean :
" he has risen very fast, from the lowest
amone- us. but he has never got above the
idea tnat he is the people's servant, and
that, he iibut doing their work." I asked
him if he had-, known tbe President when
he worked at the ' tailor's trade ? " Oh,
yes," said he, "and the little shop where
he worked is now stsddng, just by Nash
ville, and the old sign is ttill over the door:
A Johnson, xanor, nis partner once in
the business was, Browning, tbe father of
s private Secretary. - brqwiing, too, was
imor man, and after Atdy came to hold
ing office he took his sob into his family
and he has remained ever since."
VAN AMBURGH & GO'S
Great Mora E. .oitioit end
With Colossal Golden Chariot and i
- -i V
II. Frost,. ..Manager H. BARrnn,. .Awistan-t
Yaw AiiKisufl & Co. In arain
appearing beiora tbe people ol
America, deaire to sute thai
their prespnt Menafferm con
( Lai us AN ENTIRE IN ErV
; Collection of Animals
that were captured by or oh
der the Immediate supervision
and direction of the great
Van Amburgh Himself
And are the prod acts of an, ex
' peditioa to t
Tlie To Regions ofttuXorth Folti
Hit Pampas of South America, .
The Jksertt of Africa.
"' Ajia Vie Jungles of Asia.
All of which were caased to
contributor the choicest speci
men of Animated Nature to
be found within their respec
tive realms. They arrived in
N. Y- late ih tlie Pall of
where an unparalleled ami
most triumphant success a
waited thorn. Flushed with
new laurels of success, a trav
elling paraphanaUa was de
signed of the most transcen
dant magnilicence possible to
conceive which through their
Immense resexirces, sprang
into existence as if by magic. ;
Cages of the mod gorgeous Heserip'
tion ; Wagons of Vie most costly ,
character ; Harness of surpassing,
beaut g ami elegance; Morses of'
the best Ara?an blood; Mammoth'
variegtUed Canvass of immense,
proportion ; Aud an entire rrtituie -of
unrqalleit excvllcnce are here to
he setii. : , i
, Hnman Intellect conlrf- not
in iu grandest moment of
conception originate ai.y thing
more grand and daxzting to
behold. Th veritable Van
Amburgh, (whomenyiens per
sons from his long absence
from America have taken ad
vantage! and caused the press
to announce his decease,) will
nocomuanv the exhibition and
head the TRIUMPHAL PRO
CESSION on Its entrance to
the place of exhibition which
win represent in . oriuuuu
A Moving Panorama
Nearly one mile la length,
Tfi QrFgfaat Llm and Tlgw Ttmp0
The following list was taken
from the living Animals them
selves in tlie Company's Km ki
ln, 639 i 541 Uroadway, N. Y.,
on the 1st of March, and there
lore may be considered
A Correct List of Animals:
Pro feroxtr Lane wort by ' Performinsr
Animals : Atricatit Lion, Aaiatic
Lion, linziiliaii i ter, Senegal I-eop-axd,
Aaualic Liones ami Spoiled Tisjar,
Performing Elephant, Tippo Sai))
Living iJiralit, only one in Amna
Blsck African Ostiirh, 0 fr.-t rKt.(
California drizzly IVat, very Ian
llengai loparti, American Panther or
Puiita, Poouah or HiitdiKMtan llrar.
Lion, 5 ypars old, born in America,
Koynl HeniiaTii;r(cnlyor,ein Amer
ica, Burmese or Nacretl Cuw, 4.hme-e
Iif, African Pun-upine, very nre,
Hed and Yellow l'rted Cueltat.H...
jMva Hare, truinea Pik, Ant-Kater or
4'oatiraiuaiida, 11a ion and V, hittt
Faced Monkey a, Aiifttrafian Hhajjl
Parotjiiettaj, African Km Neck Parn
quette. Kins; and (Jueen Parrot!,
.Sou t It American ParroN, Lori Ur&nda
Kintf KtrroU, African Linn, Asiatic
Lion, t'ai. uita Leopard. Brazilian
Titjfr, American F.tllow IWr, White
ai.ttiaftd Mie-e, ,f.,in Breat Paroti vt-t
African i'orwned (Jratte.KiwUy Moun
tain Badger, American Blm-k Bears.
Japanese Mask in Kwin, Nonth Ainr
iran '1 later, Afrtcan Spotted Hyena,
Biut .Sand Hill frail", Australian
Bowulla, Lori Paroiiuetta,. t'liimt
PaPHjuett, Kofta Cockatoo, I'nrrot
and Dove, Monkey and , Zebra,
rmr inuni; i.uina, Airican i,ttp;iru,
Whiteor Polar Hear.Ormv Wolf. Black. KL
Woir, th-elot or Tiger L'at, White
I. lama. Black Squirrel, Alpacca 3hcp,
Cashmere Sheep, African Uray Par
rot", Bed jVnxr, Auotrrtlian Cock a
tills. African Pelican, Silver Pheasant,
(J olden FheM.iiit, Amricau liable,
i auipico Parrotaj, Pair Bhaiuapoar
JHooJhoun.H, only one in America,
It am ad nan Bwtwjoaor I JonJSlayer, tint
ewer iu America, Peccary or South
American Wild Four Horned
I'atioitian Sheep, l-aree. Horn Kelwch
or ites, only one ever imported to
America, Spotted Axi Deer, from the
Kiver Cannes, American Cuoii, Whit!
Peacock, African Mud Hon, Celt net
or Ctvit Cat, African Cockali, Sluth
Bear. Cinuamou or Frarier Hirer
It-ar. T II K t; B E A r A U ST K A LJ A N
BIRD SHOW containing almost every
tiiiafftnafjio variety oi tite many eot
ored birda ot plumage, will be found
an interesting feature in thusltractive
einihition i .
Preceding the rnrxeou procession
on its arrival into the place of exhiM-
tion, may be seen tha C'OLOSNAL
t.ol.DI. N CHAKlOi', coutaiaiiig
tmu no. m vwtiiT oanu,
OX OHIO ST, ABOVS ERIE,
radar Tuesday, Awar. Uln a 15th.
Door, open IX. and 7X o'clock. em 3
ft j..' A.
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are exempt, aa are all the Government Bond,, from
Oommtf, and Municipal taxation, which addtfrom one
w tare, jar ami. far antmtm to their walua, aocording
to the rata levied noon other property. The Inter
est la payable semi-annually by Ooupone attached
to each note, which may be out off and aold to any
bank or banker.
lbs imtarcac at 7-30 per ct. amonnlH la)
One Ont per Day wm a IM Biota. '
Tw, Cate) . SlUO -.-.
Tea ,,," -,,
M " " " tluou a
Hole, of all denomination, named will be prompt
ly furaiBhtd upon receipt ofjmbacriptioua.
The Hotaa of tba Third Seriea era prtclaaiy ,imi
bv In lorm and privilege, to tbe Sevea-Thirtiea
already aold, exeept that the Government oeaar,e.
to itaelf the option a paying intareat in gold ooin
at 6 per cent, huteedof 7 S-llHha in currency. Bub
oribars will deduct the intareat in eaneauy ap to
July 16th, at the time when they eubacrtba.
Tbe delivery of tbe note, ot thi. th'rd eerlee of
the Beven-thlrtk, will , commeaoa on the tat of
June, and will be ma4e promptly and oontinnooaiy
after that date.
Tba slight chaage mad. la the oonditioa. of thla
TH1BD HKKIBS alloc la only tha matter of inter-
I eat, Th.peymeat In gold, if made, will be ennlvi
lent to tbe currency interest of the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, M the event of
I which only will the option to pay iuUrest In Sold
be availed of, woald eo relno. ul eqn.ljae prlcee
that pnrcbaaes made with aim per cent. In gold
would be fully equal to those made with seven aad
three-Meathe per cant. In curteaey. Thi, i.
The Only Loan In Market
How offered by the Government, and it. superior
advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People
Leea than Si30,000,000 of tha Loan authorised by
the last Oontree. an now on tbe market. Thla
amount, at the rata at which It is being absorbed
wtll ell be snbaaibed for withU sixty days, when
the nates will undoubtedly command a premium,
aa ha. uniformly been the case on cloning tha sub-
amiptlons to other Loans,
In order that eltiiena of .very town and section
ef tbe country may be afforded facilities for taking
the loan, tha Rational Bank., State Banks, aad
Private Bankers throughout the country have gen.
orally agreed to receive subeorfpilons at par. Bub-
mkiii will select their own asenta. In whom they
have confidence, and whooaly era to be responsible
tot the delivery of the note, for whoh they
Bo. ltSSonth Third btreet, Philadelphia.
May 18, lauo.
Subacrlption. will be received by the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
SECOND NATIONAL BANE, ,
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANE,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland.
VERHILYE & CO.,
Ko. 44 WALL STRUT, M. T
Government Loan Agents,
KBBP ON EAB1) FOB
I M M BD I AT K DELIVERY,
tbb iasrEs or
7-30 TREASURY NOTES
OP ALL DENOMINATIONS.
Wa Btrr and Saxi. all oiaasea of OOVBBHHIMT
BBCPRITIBS at market rales,
OBSBiU fro. BANKS eud BAB KIB8.xe.uM
on favorable terma. aad with dlspatoh.
Also receive ltelPOBITo aad allow IH TIB EST
on current balanoaa.'
JeSl:M7 YERVII.TK ew
F LO UR AND FEE D.
JLOUU AJSD yfiKD. . ,
The welt-known WhoLaale and Betail Dealer in
PLOOB AMO riCBD, baa always on band.
ew Bomlny. White Oiacked Wheat,
Oreham Flour, Parina,
tlplit Peon, Barley,
Oat Weal. New Cora Meal.
Preen Buckwheat Plour, Ac , at greatly reduced
prices. union miws.
jei':a vor. uatano eno rrospect n.
FLOUBI FLOUBI PLOUB I AT KK
llOCBB PBICBB. ,0(U bbl. fresh rronnd
rionr. all xradea: some very one ice Dreads or Kad
and White Wheat, anitable for family or baker's
use, for aale at Warehouse, lev Herwtn at. wro
aarymen, Bakere and ether. In want will eonenjt
their own la teres (a by examining our stoeg.
apl4 StHURKK, HIIHT,.
IV B1KBIGKHAT0B8 1 1
fifteen eifforenl flees and patterns, inolut'ng
Bchooley's celebrated "tceaerg," Jewett'a Arc-
'Palace." "oottage." "toe-Top," ane otner
at Hancfhctareri' Prfoes, for cash.
WXVcB-OOOLBR-1 AND WATBR KILTBRA
All alaee, auitabta for atota or henaa nae. .
TORREfS rOUR-MIXUTE ICE-CREAM FREEZERS.
rrom a eo au uuana. aiimsea. , "
IHnarrated Catalogue, with price itet , oaa be had
appBoalion. W. P. PoOO,
uorwer Dupenor ana eenecn wmi. '
DRY GOODS. ,
Crumb, Basllngton & Kendall
RECEIVED TO-DAY: '
Oambr'c Bdgieg,, W nelin Idginga,
Beal and loiitetion Thread Kdgjoga.
Black Lace Veile, ,. ..
Inrait Waists A Full Issortmeit,
The Cheapest place to buy , 'I
H tiger Bread Olotha, , . -,
tiarria Uaaiimerea, .: ,.t
Coatings, . i . t
- aug3 - ' C, . at K.
- M7 ttuporiortt.
moegan,"eoot & CO.
- - Bare J oat received
FRRSf'H MBi t d'f ClKe rolr.ra a'ed cheap,
MUSI.IN Dtf I.41NHH N.w Fall etylea. .
MIKKIMAXK PHI NTS Very choice atylee.
MOI UNI SO PRINT3 Am Icaa aad loilij
BAI.MORM, 8KIH1M-A lull etcck. "
BLXAUUBO COIIOMB A uoed eawrtmentv
Housektcpln; Do met tic Hovdi
Iuev.ryvari.ty. ' ' '
for cheap good,, al wboleaai, or retail, go la
aog2 M0RQ4H. BOUT A CO.'S.
GOODS POR SOLDI EKS WEAK A
100 dci. Petedale 8hlrts.
im do Beasp do
.so do Helton do
SU0 do hprBder.
kck, Bandkerchttfi, ' , ; ,
katlroad Jtg, Ac.
All received thla d,y and offered at Eutera
prioea. rio good, aold at retail.
U. 11 ALU a 00, .
Jy21 ' ' 17 Water tweet,
QLOTHING AT COST.
J. H. DEWlTT & CO,
We hll for the noat !tu dmv offer our entire etoek
of MDeod Hoym 4;lothfDf tOoHT, to m-k room
for g'ioam now beiug tu.uafectoitd fcr the fell
trade. The stock GOBprtaei
BUCK I FANCY CXSSIMERES I DOESXIN PANTS.
BLACK ANI rN"V. TOK-KtN KiCH,
. . KLAIK VK' CK OATS,
AKENIJU WALKING COATS,
BKG0I8M UI KgH, -BIBINB6V1
LISBN PARTS, TE9T8 AND COATS.
Tb grvtla are of the beat make, a'l nought
cheap, aud will ha aold at PKi AIK Xi T tor 30 day.
J. H. ilaWITt OO ,
JylA 7 aad 11 Pnbliorqnare,epp. founialn.
I J& tta.Wl,3 AIN 1J BU N U JUL DAttLi uAo
A handeome amortment st
HOWES A HTGBXB'S
HOStSRY AND GLOVE3. A large
and lolly aiw.rted etoed at
Hixtitt a HiggEra.
II VI M BK DRKS3 GOODS. The
etaoicMt new mort laenienauie gooea. of the
eon in greet variety at ,
I10W1R A BIHBBaVa.
MANTILLA AND DKKSS 8ILK3
Of the beat description at
. rJOglCK et MIUBt a a.
rUITE BEKEGB GARMENTS now
T V on hand.
A choice snpplv, at
AND WHITB CHKCtt
Taylor, eBinwoLD a oo., ,
.17 a,iMri4w .t, .el
, BALDWIN & CO.
orpia Tuia daT: ;;
risia Jaconet, and Perralea,
W hit. and Colored Ortiaadiea,
Colored Wool Uieaaciues,
R-4 Bernani and tirenadlnea.
Printed Linen Lawns,
Steel and French ttrey Poplina,
nf,yies uniuia tjamorlra,
Boylee' 4-4 Mouruiog Prints,
scotch and Vreaoh trlughaa,
Llama Lace folate
Hew Sljiisitlt Brn iu'nr. ' :
. I BALDWIH A OO.
1J 'I' MllVVh,!-?. (Ill-
-- " ' vtj -ww.
B leer hod Cotton
Brow a Cottons
Itieck eiul white Alpeetv.
Xtsw 8hde A I pace
0reaediQkB , j
' Jaoooe e
Llnee TLil Covrn
Doylies. ' ' '
, Hub UmbrellM f , I
PLAIN SILKS IN ALL COLOK3,
SEEDED SILKS IN ALL COLOB3
EICH BLACK SILKS.
S3v Baterlar Street, Cferaer Neaeea.
II. T. HOWKKttCO.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD I C0.lf
217 Saperior Street,
' WILL OPEN OSf MONDAY,
In Beautrtn Deaigna. , .
MOZ AMBIQUES, j
In OheDe. Stripe end PiJ4. f
BlaCfc iHi WhltB CfaCtt SllliS,
' In Solid and Broken Checks. ; . .
Black atd Colored Grcnadlaea,
Black and Colored Ctaps loretz,'
B21UTIFUL Mm G00D1
Adapted for Snmmer wear.
TAYLOB, GRISWOLD t CC '
JonS No. 217 Bu parlor S..-4S ,
JT KUDUCED PBICE3. , , T
W. bava thu day marked down aauw, ai
our stock of ...
SILK BABQTJINES, ..
BILK SACQUE3, '
To lesB thaa east of mannracturiag, to oloaa theoa
eot. All who want to p,irchaaa a Bilk Oexmenta'
can Secure a Big Bargain, by cailiag on
TAT LOB. OBISWOI.D A DO
Jy 817 BMprioratret. -
. vaa rnioua or
LISKN GOOD S!
HbtIbc pnrcbtJMtf Bit etock of IJdm Omsiw'
the heevy dtwllne of Uoid, I am Mebhtd tot
offer thoni et greebij rwlacod rebee. ia the stock
win mm lOwiBa
Bleacked Table Dank at
rormec price, sxou a yard.
Bieacked Table Samuk at
Vnrmtur nrtaan Bst yA a. m-.-J
VnU'd Table Oauaak only $1 a jird.
PILLOW-OASa 1.1 N IM. at ka annUtUoL .a.
st 13. DO; acta ally
worth now, S6.U).
MAPBihiti. rjOILBa. and LIHIB Boaaan.
VeryOhaan.. . . "V
HantLspun Damask, Towelt, Diapmrt fa.
All Linen Soeda aold bv ma are warranted at tk:
beal manulactura, aad will aa sold off aa low
such .uailtiee of g6od. can be afforded.
H. B A Deckae-eof tatu' ana fient RilVT.1
EBaUUlitraaadaaaia hitO N TA HLKOI j-Hlt ,
alightly wet, will be aold OA at very low price.
B. n v MAM.
epf-l0 Or. erine!inT and PnMic Hroara.
LAKGB AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK:
Plated Ware, luetreeeiTed by . . . ,. .
OOWLU A CO .
rue ui weodeu UaSK,