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S Vemtmt so "d MIGHT LIXK8, M
LOST OB STOLEN On or about the
:tk.f July, 1865, ho ofK3. dated Horelton.
10, leM.ln Uvor of Sarah J. KiK, ens
.iguel I" Tdobih King. '1 bis to furbid li erauns
liorinr the ebwve dcACribed note.
31i SARAH J. KINO.
LOST A cream-colored Cow, about IS
roan old; heavy bodied with abort k-gs-Last
?enou bunday, August 27th. neer mp ood, A
liberal rewaid will be pud for her recovery. Ad
dreaa tiAKYKf blClC, Kuuau corner Fon-st St.,
1JH1K BALK A. valuable Horse, suitable
- tor a family, crnsceor saddle bona, Inoutreof
a. M. BARBER.
FJB BALK OS BENT-A GOOD
ivil'jt. in comskle r-patr, and lot Ko. 141
GarJeut eet. Loin l-et frnl By iU bet dep.
Oood fruit. shraW-ry, 'BB,CKf
o0 :22 316 bor.or.or tit eat.
ITOli 8ALi A. quantity of first-rate
JC ferea Kiaffning I t (Me cheap. JOHM G. JIN-
IS lAj. Atw.UHT uu iillK, ttgtV:aiat
SA.LB A Machine IS hop, wiU all
X tbe Tools requited -or manniactiii-'Dg and re
pair, it? work lor tue Oil Ikha. 'iiut siiof m loca
td at aVrauklm. uie great cuire o. the oil trade.
Address Sox li FxaUaiu, Veiuuio Uut, P U.
bX)S C5 ALU LAND 600,000 Acre
the bent Lao da in Mortbera Missouri tor sals
tiis Ha on 1 Dal at. Jootph K. H. Co., tor cash or ten
ears' credit, i .nrnuu all be Ompaoies tyiicalara
auj advorltaiiu; docaiacuta. Apply to ALbaKT
ALXVA, ttu. 7 Law uoaego. Cleveland. O. em-
CK IS ALE KAL INSTATE
1 iwubm H. ark Htitrn on the onrner of Garden
autl iiaiixfU U. Also, tue twonrtorr Brick Dwelling
atioui.iag tiw at.re on Uartien sC Ior lurU.r
ttarticuurs lisqurreon the scuBueea. H. -TAKKali,
cornerurawu aita uaasja. ioi:w
bALlS HOUE AND LOT 14
X, fcakest. iiooBtfU us.top coP-dittoa. Inqnire
on tbe prwiuiSMS. rn:t
1JOU6E AND LOT FOK SALE Uf
XI BKRiCA. Will be sutd cbes. This is a l
ctaiwirtiiiAitv tor (vrirm&na or otben aesiroas of eds-
caubj: their ohilarvn at the scbuote of tierea, and
ootaio a heme at small hgaroe. Address r. O. Bom
131 Ut-rtta, or iuiiu oU.ee. Ctereiaad, Ohio.
lUT jSrAVEd AND HEADING.
V The nnderaigned keeps oonataa&J j es hand
acjce aad well um stoos. ol easuoea out ttee ui
licjadifti. at the lowest soaraot prioca. jaoUM
now W.TOIMQ m luieoo ituroaa aepok
All ovtlers promo.ly lUUd sou satislaettea wej
ran tod. JUiNsi A JUUAsvltrfil.
JTreaont.0 inlf 18:S1V4
INJE SALE THE LAEGE DOUBLE
I1 Hons Sdrvod 36 Prospeot etreet. mitabie (or
raHrdiuf . um. TrniSMaair. iLnaaire ol OUA w A
If KMPI.OT TB IE KOf.PTCRS.
UtutDns uit-D ara riuMted to apply far Olcvkfc
Book.i'MDeis. I'o tor. AUMliauUs, Appreuticvt, and
A a-pioyeee, to the - Koocy tl tae batutary JoDOiie
...... k... .x ItavitiT ibwt ahm tiOitliors. hODorwrMy
duchvaedand wU utukiihwd, wUt bo Mana wUiios
jli 1 aUXJOUM to W ML.
RctrtMtoi9S w.U be famished when required.
charge for senri.es of this Agency
I .bituatioiM aie dow wanted tor the-KUowing, TUi
4 Itotk-keepvnt, nae peoraen;
17 CiertbS, xpunouowl in dry fcoois, (ttooerr or drug
13 IriTr?n, Greonuand.Gardenvrt;
J UiackHmi hs;
;1 Maible Outur;
1 Woolen Muuher,
5 MactuiusU and Tinsmith's apprentices;
T 6 har no trwdeaod will oo anlhiLg;
7 dmaoisd nion wtsh piaoei a jutflfeuigers, gen
or o tli ob poru-rs.
Pittas send in yonr orders ant help these men
earn an honest firing. Ap ly at
6 a2sH BThtET.
n28 : 149 Oi.a.VJCIiAKP. OH 10.
(i. ii H. IKIelAb 9. r. 20.
A learctD be rHaii&i gildjog aoa put
img u Uie C'KXoTAl i l"LAlk.
Agm Waotrd. OUKk, Toola. and in
UuctiOba cuat afO b. I lODD a
:ij N a-.u it. ti. Mew lorfc.
17 ANTED 0 OOP JiS GOOD
Workraa can cad atrady employment
aalufactory Waeee. tfumireat oar omc . bcxtou
Jluck,or Wwa-l-itUboigh tr.t.
7aNTKD A GISL to do geaeraj
II UUtJBIf WOBK hra email fam-ly, one
cornea Wnll rcconuuMiOMi. Apply M 13 Proepxct
WA.HXh.li I'O KENT A small, eoa
Te.entnoiue. Addxoai Lavlf Uouatins an
WANTKO TO KENT A House suit-
11 able for a i-maii family. Call on- or adoreaa,
tatrut terma and lucauoo, 0. M. iALAt'lli, No.
AGKNTd WANTKD for H-)Liif'
new book "OHttI AK D BUKHalAN." Our
Ageula are mectiug wi.h groat auceeea. r taraa.
AxM aD.V in permm er ny to
" J. jrlli01( CO, Ataatar Blockv
AN EXPEKlEiJCltLT JJ00K.SBK"itK
waQuaailuatioD. Addretafby letter H, Leaden
Aj 0a. . aaaa.u.
AHTEO--MEN Who -wUh to en-
eealmeiit ol irou: Sloe W SJ. are mtlWd to ' ceil
tue otnoeol Ija U K. CU - Ivi, !., up ata,
Voss't Cbiua t ..re, No. 233 superior rt aj.t iem
lue oue ot Ui moat important ai.d u.ul UireiHi
oTtnaag-; ol bat JO Genu and Bella lor Sato S-
"?g.jg-'yfa"r- A. J. WOOPWOBTH.
. . ... . .. . .. .il .n ri.v. or to. email 1
'ANTED AGENTS Energetic Men
to act aa agente -or tbe Liu ot abranam i-in-
ola. Liberal terme eweicia.ire wrriuirj i""".
teed. Application: from i eturned .. Ulcere, eolaier,
old eeenu, uJ U youug men or ability, enoui
meUe a once, ii tli-y a. lire to enaage la tnia prutlta
Li aeuc-. Adttnae, lor ter aa, territory, o., to
. itiioosa Co.! tutu at., t a. o. fcuso,
J- ittabUTgt.. Fa,
$1(1 l-EB M0NTH-AoH 1
wanted in erery Oonnty and
tale, to eell tb- EiKTLlTT Dswutt CHI-
lully bcnuaed and patenn Ol Hofe, ""J"'
A ilsou, Uroer i bakor and biitgjr A U.
ray a moutlily aary and elpeoaee, or allow
m!aMtou on aalea. tor part.ca are. lUawnj
ukt.io.ne teinvjry, Ac . inch a etamp end adureae
VISS nuim it at.. toleao.O. augl4tii:lmd3lnw
ANTED Attbhtiok. Something
new. 1 will eend by mail. loat-paid, a taotl
til Mituary Album, with twenty-lour pictnreo
oar Union Qeni-ral., lor 50 oeela Agenu w.ntfd
liamediately. trice per doaeo tor Agent. Ju.ou.
I,7S pur n If doen. Sena ail erra to C
JliiluJiS 144 lot iMjra at.. Cnicgof i U. angt ja
J AN TED-CAN V ASSESS Wound-
II ed SolJlera and ide awake men and I wonien
waotedto o-uraaa lorGreeley'a America Coullijt.
Tliia la not one ol tbetumeroua catcb-penay aiato
nee ol tbe war :bt hav baen hurrieu!; written
aoc wed broadcast oyer the land, but it ia a nf flore
housj ol in.ainab.e bmtor.o matter, only
vidnly ecattered eleewbere. ai- i Uen complewel a
eland like . larmet 'a Ourn-cr.b alter baxreat jar
lallolgden gtM"., , ... , g
s MA11 V bVrJD I a) a yv w "" ,
.-r. .. Jnuiua He ri Bn.wnti Ae-. work .
tbe book boa baldly a Uull from tbe Intro met
aentenceeto hr bual period. In iliim reepe t, rtieitki
oueot tbe woria-iemoue emun w. .
brauUlu. and perfcet. lie WU ia delice, yet
ta rbeUiric e egact. yet forcible; Ha mtrratiea
nnTarniaboo, et romaeuc, and IU aeutenoea round
lb aebouks .rrnow rtadylord.tlTery.
LEVI BONK,Ieneral Ajrn:torhortlrn0h
KjrUiern Indian., and Mici..gm, Mo. 144 oupeajer
mt Cleveland, O. P.O. Box lo-i.
thfl BALEoMAN WANTED To
0JJ Ucit and flit order, tor tbe Lit of
By Irr. J. G. Hollahd.
KCIH Sfl 10 SOLOIISi,
Fxperieoced Agente, Proteeelonal men, lw'r'
eieTlecbrB, Mecbanica and Harmera en. will
tl ii alUrlt, and at to. 'r"wl?i
cupation Uie ranting eeaeon. "A a old Kent writes
'1 tae from 75 to lafl.oeenber. per week.
Kor lortber informeti -.u apply poreoria.lr to or
by niatL 0. It. IJULTU A BHUa... Po Wiener.
ttd tienena a,
K... 6. 2Q door.
AgButa for Hooka and K-ngreyuie.
,iyman'a B-ck, near Court Ho.
Olevwi .nd. t'lno.
a-n nnn MONEY
rl I 11(111. . i. old atand I
JreU-kiown Widhi-B'S LOAJi
ntlea ol erery kmd. Til: eld nd Ber Wawbej.
UlotEuXl'ry Good., Pianoe, MelodeoM, "j'
af:ry torn!. Buineaa atrlctly prlrate.
liabediebL 1.B.-A yarlety of unrueed Waiob
n, jHWelry. Onna. eto tor aale at
ufBoe-curoeroY Water and Bcperiar reetB,OTor
Alarta a reixotto e wwwe .t-, wr WA0HKBL
TU MKN. -8am pie with catalorsea a.-n Ibr
eenta. locloee an enrelone with yorrr owv
and mldreaail. BiltlTSS LibmaBRT i
j ct. j.-n
The Chicago Republican, speaking
the ball and banquet at the new Chamber
of Commerce building in that city, says
The snobbishness of the fuglemen ol
Board of Trade, in giving out invitations
to the opening ball and banquet of
new Chamber of Commerce building,
most successfully burlesqued by a
citizen of Iowa, who made a formal appli
cation by letter for a ticket, and inclosed
his photograph, that the manager, anight
see his sty le.' It is rumored that the pho
. toeraph was examined under a microscope,
and some defect found in the cut of
shirt collar, which the managers feared
might shock the sensibilities ot their guests,
and that the application was respectfully
Late News Items.
The city of Loikport, according to
consul ju,t taken, has a population of
A stranger, with an important air, left
' draft " for $2,000 with the proprietor of
hotel in Sprmeaeld, Mass., recently,
safe keeping. He then berrowed $10of
proprietor, and has not since been heard
Of course the draft was bogus. -
Tbe package of 10,000 lost by
Hujck, a Washington banker, while
route to Baltimore, was picked up and
by a railroad hand, who has received
?5C9 for bis honestyj "
DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY A WEEKLY,
rCBUBHID BY THI
CE.KVEi.AilD LKADKat COPAT."
EATUKDAY, 8E PTE MB KB 2, 1865.
Department Clerks and Ohio Polities.
We publish in another column a letter
from a gentleman now in Washington, de
fending the action of the Ohio clerks
against the ill-advised and urjust attacks
ot the Cincinnati Commercial, Gallipolis
Journal, and Cleveland Herald. Tnese
oornals seem to labor under the delusion
that Ohio clerks have no political rights
that old politicians are bound to reepecb
and that it would be a piece of imperti
nence on their part to interfere in the comlo g
Senatorial con test, jet these same papers are
perfectly willing to have these impertinent
clerks travel from four hundred to six hun
dred miles home for the purpose of inter-
ferine in Ohio politics by voting the
Union ticket 1 The fact of their
holding office under the Government
should not preclude them in the least from
tnkino- mrt in the Senatorial election. If
it should, what right has the editor of the
Herald, who is a government office bolder,
to interfere in our State politics? He
should remember the old adage, "that what
is sauce for the geose, is sauce for the gander."
Unionism in Mississippi.
The Convention held in Mississippi for
the purpose of modifying the State Con
stitution for readmiuion into the Union,
has adjourned. Its general spirit can be
judged from its first act, which was the
adoption of a resolution that a committee
fifteen bo appointed " to inquire into and
report to this Convention such alterations
or amendments to the Constitution of the
State as may be proper and expedient to
restore the State to its constitutional rela
tions to the Federal Government, and en
title its citizens to the protection of the
United States against invasion or domestic
There is something refreshing in the
cool arrogance with which these unsub
dued rebels talk about coming back into
the Union. Their first act is a demand for
protection against "invasion and domestic
violence." As the only "invasion " to
which they are exposed is by United
States troops, this may be taken as
mildly worded but very significant hint to
the United States Government to with
draw its soldiers, and free Mississippi from
domestic violence." A convention of pro
fessedly repentant rebels, returning, bea
ten and subdued, to the Union which they
have vainly endeavored to destroy, finds
no other object for its action than to re
lieve its State from the invasion " of the
United States army. That the State had
ever failed in its duty to the United States
manifestly never occurred to them, but
that it was grossly outraged and insulted
by the United States was perfectly plain.
Whether such a temper and attitude on
the part of returning rebels is sale of pro.
per whether the men who hold these
views are likely to do their work of re
construction in a just and thorough man
ner we must leave it to our readers to determine.
The Mississippi Convention.
The Jackson (Miss.) A'ews says, the con
vention of that State, which has just
closed its sessions, was composed of one
hundred delegates ninety-eight of whom
have been duly qualified. Greene county
is not represented, no election having taken
place in that county. The only other dele
gate absent is Mr. Liplord, of Tippah. Of
the ninety-seven members fifty-one are O d
Line Whigs ; six Whig and Union ; one
1 lveterate Whig; two cooperation Whigs;
three Whig and opposed to secession; one
steadfast Whig ; two Clay Whigs ; one
Whig and death against the war. Total
Whigs, seventy. There are eighteen Dem
ocrat! of various shades, as follows : Un--qualified,
8 ; Douglas, 2 ; Jackson, 1 ; State
Sights, 1 ; Secession, 1 ; Union, 2 ; Co-operation,
1; Jefferson, 1. There are five
Conservatives, one Co-operationiets, one op
posed to the war, one Union, and one op
posed to universal suffrage. The conven
tion of 1861 was composed of eighty-four
Democrats and twenty-five Whigs.
"Civilian Patriot" vs. Negro Suffrage.
In General Morgan's speech beiore the
Jemocratio State Convention, as reported
ill tha Plain Dealer, occurs the following
c'aaste and elegant sentence:
"I have spoken of the gallent men who
went lortu to sacrince me ana nmD in de
fence of the Constitution and the Union
but not of tha nigger and while they were
thus battling in the field there was another
army at home, of civilians, patriotic and
devoted to tne principles ol tne old nag,
battling for Constitutional liberty."
By the "civilians" who remained
homo "battling for Constitutional liberty,'
we suppose that "General" Morgan in
tended a delicate compliment to such men
among his hearers as Clement Ii. Vallan
digham, tbe leader of the Convention, and
the last Democratic candidate for Govern
or, who was not only a "civilian patriot,"
but an exile and a 'martyr" in the cause
ot "Constitutional liberty." While he has
praise for such men, he has nothing but
sneers for the heroes of Port Hudson and
Petersburg. In other words, General
Morgan thinks a white Copperhead like
Tallandigham is better than a black
patriot like the heroic martyrs who made
of their bodies an eternal monument
liberty in the trenches before Fort Wag.
ner. Do the people of Ohio agree with
him? Let them answer at the polls.
Morgan and the War.
.What the candidate of the pseudo-De
mocracy for the oQce of Governor, " Gen
eral" George W. Morgan, thinks of the
war, he stater?, briefly but distinctly, in his
speech before the convention which nomi
nated him. This is what he says :
" Would it not be well to Mm em ber that
- civil wars are like family fends, and when,
after the strife has ceased, und the cause
the difficulty has been calmly considered.
both parties are generally found to be more
or less in unit."
That ia to say,' the South was some
what to blame for rebelling, and the Government
somewhat to blamo for putting
down tha rebellion. We shall leave it
ii'e noble Ohio soldiers who crushed the re
bellion by force of arms, and the loyal cit
izen Pf the State who sustained the sol
die. itbUheir aoney and labor, and
votes, to say at the polls, in- October
whether 3em.ral Morgan speaks the truth,
Frotaiaca bub-ioii or tbe Habeas
. - r,. n: Je-Sua,
- PreflSjn? Johnson, a w d,ys ago, in
formed A delegation of MUsaourians who
called to see him on business, that he had
decided to restore the ;writ of habeas
corpus, and would soon issue a proclam
ation to that efTdcL He also said the army
was to be still further reduced by the mus
ter out of troops serving in such Southern
States as had satisfactorily reconstructed.
Kr. W. H. r. us sell should certainly be
one of the best informed men in England
on points of geography, yet ia sending by
the Terrible to this country duplicate
copies of his diary on board the Great
Eastern, he directed one to a paper in
"Philadelphia, Ohio," and another to A
paper ia g EAlfoPoro, MJchigMi '
The Ohio Clerks and the Senatroship—
Letter from an Ohioan in Washington.
WASHINGTON, August 20.
My attention having been called to sev
eral articles which have recently appeared
in tbe Cincinnati Commercial, Cleveland
Herald and Gallipolis Journal containing
very severe animadversion upon Ohio
clerks now employed in the various execu
tive Departments, I have taken some pains
to ascertain the facts, and find such entire
absence of just ground for the observation
made, that I am constrained to ack you to
publish a few lines by way of explanation
It has been represented by the papers re
ferred to, that a dangerous and formidable
"cabal" has been discovered among the
clerks, having for its object an attempt
upon the freedom of elections in Ohio. It
is stated that these wily fellows are " not
what they seem j " that while they wear
the appearance of unoffensive gentlemen,
quietly laboring in these dingy casemates
for "scanty grub and seedy garb," they are
in fact a band of Machiavellis, secretly
"plotting to control the action of the Gen
eral Assembly of Ohio." These papers are
very circumstantial ; they even point out
with graphic precision all the details of this
clerical conspiracy, and the diabolical mo
tives which have stimulated the conspira
tors. It seems, on the authority of the
journals aforesaid, that some forty or fifty
clerks in the Federal city propose to "dic
tate" to tbe Ohio Legislature whoshall, and
who shall not, be returned to the United
States Senate in place of Mr. Sherman ;
that the person who has the favor of this
dangerous combination as Mr. Sherman s
successor, is none other than General Rob
ert 0. Echenck, and that the reason why
tbe clerks absolutely refuse to consent that
the Legislature may return Mr. Sherman is,
that that gentleman, in his place in the
Senate,, prevented an Increase of clerical
salaries, though explicitly requested by
them to vote in its favor.
Now all this would appear to be broadly
farcical but for the efforts of certain politi
cal light weights in Ohio to give to it a se
Before proceeding further, I desire to remark
that I have no other interest in this
matter than that which springs from a de
sire to see a faithful and intelligent body
of cilizans of Ohio, now in the public ser
vice at Washington, treated justly,
treated at all, by the press of Ohio. I am
not one of their number, nor have I any
connection with official place.
It is undoubtedly true that citizens ot
Ohio, holding office in Washington, are
with great unanimity, in favor of General
Schenck's election to the Senate. That
this preference is not attributable to the
sordid motive alleged, is apparent from
the fact that tkelast Congress appropriated
$250,000 for an increase in tha salaries
It is shrewdly suspected that the real
renson for the attack upon the clerks is the
fact that they entertain this preference and
presume to give expression to it. But in
doing this, are they doing more than they
have a right to do? One Ohio journal
coarsely cnarges them witn "meddling
with what belongs exclusively to the people
ot Ohio." Indeed! Then, as these
clerks are, every mother's son, citizens
Ohio, practicing the virtue of making
pilgrimage to Ohio to participate in every
annual election, they hold themselves to
a part of " the people of Ohio," and
such will continue to " meddle" with Ohio
elections about as often a they occur.:
It may be aaid that these Buckeye em-
ployees of the GuvernmeM have a fixed
habit or "meutznijg an o-
habit wat early acquired and seems difficult
of relinquishment. Mr. Welmore, the
Ohio Military State Agent here, Whose de
votion to suffering Ohio soldiers has forever
endeared him to the people of our
Stale, informs me that throughout his
long and laborious experience here, the
Ohio clerks have been his earnest, indefat
igable co laborers. He declares that
could not have taken proper care of the
suffering and dying Ohio braves but for
the constant and unwearied assistance
the Ohio clerks. Their hospitable doors
were always wide open, and their homes
were converted into hospitals to insure
more attentive and careful ministrations
the sufferers. Mr. Wetmore says that
knew of several instances of self-denying
devotion to this work by clerks, whose
contributions from their scanty means were
carried to the extent of depriving them
selves of sufficient clothing for the last
winter. The history of the State Agency
at Washington will contain a chapter
which will reflect great credit alike upon
humanity, upon the Ohio clerk and upon
In making these observations, my object
is defensive, not aggressive ; but as an un
worthy motive has been freely ascribed
the clerks for their preference for General
Schenck as against Mr. Sherman, it is
just to stale the origin of that preference.
In the first place the clerks know General
Schenck personally. His bluffj hearty
manners attract the common people.
a public man he has a willing ear and
open heart for those private interests of
people, which come within the scope of
public duties. No citizen of Ohio ever
found in either house ot Congress a more
patient listener or a more generous helper
than General Schenck. And his wither
ed right arm attests his services and
courage as a soldier. During the last Con.
press, notwithstanding hi laborious duties
as Chairman of the Military Committee
the House, he wa incessant in his interest
in the soldiers from Ohio, frequently calling
at the agency and other places throughout
the city to make personal Inquiries,
and contributing liberally of
means to provide for their wants. This
brought him in. contact with the clerks
and inspired in them an enthusiasm
the man. In merely adding to this
statement that Mr. onermun has not had
this experience, has not, from the com
mencement of the war to the present time,
called at the State agency to inquire after
the condition of the soldiers, or for any
other purpose, I but mention a pertinent
fact on the authority of Mr. Wetmore.
And this is the full explanation and extent
of the great offending charged upon
That Mr. Sherman has given his sane
tion to the abuse and invective that
been poured upon the clerks, or that
has sought to gain an advantage over
distinguished rival, Gen. Schenck, by rep
resenting him as employing an odious
"cabai" at Washington, I do not believe.
This has been the work of a few of Mr.
Sherman' indiscreet and over-zealous
friends, and should not be charged upon
Death of Professor Aytoun.
Professor Aytoun, one of the most em
inent of modern Scottish litterateurs, died
near Elgin, Morayshire, on the 4th
August. He was born in Edinburgh Uni
versity, and when eighteen years old, won
a prize, for a poem called "Judith."
1810 he was called to the bar, and in 1845
was 'appointed Professor of Rhetoric and
Belles Lettres in hi" Alma Mater, po
sition which he has held ever since.
A a literary man, Professor Aytoun
known by a vast number of contributions
to Blackwood's, Tait's, and other Mag
azines. Hi list of published books in
cludes " The Lay the Scottish Cavaliers,"
first published in collected form in 1848;
"Firmilian, a Spasmodic Tragedy," 1164,
a burlesque of the sensational drama;
" BothwalL" a poem, giving an episode
the history of Mary Queen of Soots, pub
lished in 1856; an edition of "Tue Bal
lads of Scotland, 1857 ; lecture on " Po
etry and Dramatic Literature," delivered
in London in 1853 ; translations of " Poems
and Ballads of Goethe," a joint labor with
Mr. Thecdore Martin; -'Norman Sin
clair," a novel, first published from Black
wood's papes, in 1S62. Host of these
works have been republished in this coun
try. Professor Aytoun had been for me
time in feeble health, and tad !',ely visited
tbe mineral sprints in Germans" to find
relief. He was fifly-two jevs old at the
fcE9 Ot bi deajh, '
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
Tha District Court which was to have
convened yesterday at Can field, has been
indefinitely postponed, on account, ui ma
ill heal tn ol Judge blidden.
A break occurred in the canal between
New Castle and Mahonineton on Monday
list, which prevented the packet from
Youngstown from getting througu to new
Frank Clark, aged ten years, a son or
Michael Clark of youngstown, was killed
on Monday by being run over by a team
around which he was playing.
The Yearly Meeting of the Disciples, a
Warren, on Saturday, Sunday and Mon.
day last was largely attended. -ver six
thousand people were present, General
Garfield was one ot tne speakers.
Mr. Lee, the able and energetic Super-
inter dent cf Construction of the New Lis
ban Btilway, has been the recipient of a
magnificent gold watch, presented to him
by lames Mo Henry, Jtsq, tne eminent
American London banker and financial
agent in England of the Atlantic & Great
Western Sulway, and by 1 nomas W.
The vaarlv meeting: of the Disciples'
Church ot Columbiana county, was held at
Fairfield, on Friday, Saturday and bun-
day of last week. A number of persons
were baptized. Tne attendance at the
meeting was large.
: A severe knock down fight occurred on
the Public Square of New Lisbon, on
Wednesday ot last week, between a Welsh
man and an l.isnman. The parties
knocked each other down several times,
but were finally separated. Both were
liquor at the time.
A Mr. M. U. Squire was instantly killed
by a man named Sobinson, on last Tues
day, In the Southern part of Stark county.
The deceased presented a Dill to HoDinson,
when tne latter witnout saying a word,
struck him a terrible blow which instantly
killed him. It appears that the same
had been presented several times before;
this fact, in connection with an old grudge.
led Sobinson to do the deed. Up to
present writing- Sobinson ia still at large.
On Bunday evening last a robber enter
ed the house ot Asa Alarse, near Xiima.
ville. and stole five thousand and seven
hundred dollars. On the same day
houses of Stacy Grant and Isaac Scott,
east ot lit Union, were entered and ran
Backed. No money was found and but
tle property stolen.
- On Sabbath evening last Mr. William
Williams, of Wayne County, was robbed
near Fulton of $275 in money and notes
aeainst different parties, to the amount
$200, by three highway robbers, who stop
ped him in the road and with cocked
i . j l : u :
voivers uemanuea uis muuuy or uio uie.
Messrs. 8. E. and H. N . Carter, cheese
makers, of Perry, use the milk of three
hundred and fifty cows, and turn
about 700 lbs. of cheese daily. Notwith-
S'.andins- the immense quantity they make.
they have only 550 lbs. on their shelves
the present time.
The Orwell Agricultural Fair
place on September 26th, 27th and 28th.
The Ashtabula Sentinel says the
village of Bock Creek is progressing finely.
A new business building and public
has baen erected, and it ia proposed
start a shoe factory, giving employment
ntty bands. There are already tanneries,
a woollen factory, cheese factory,
other manufactories, in the place.
Saratoga as a Girl Market.
Astiiei," of the New, York Commtr.
cud Advertiser, writes thus in regard
matrimonial bargaining and marketing
All extrames meet, and all circles
at Saratoga. It is eminently the market
where our women go to be sold a
bling hell, a round of dissipation and
hoajiiiv excitement. Yes, but it is a
of all orders ana ill sorts, xne nee&y
both sexes 'jomtimes meet, and then
matches which are never made in Heaven.
There are same who are left over from
year, to be disposed of at an alarming
sacrifice from the former ultimatum.
are the old stagers whom new dress cannot
disguise, and to whom the present
is the last chance: mere are tne new-com
ers, who do not refuse to be bought
would rather be won. L commercial
of stating it, but commercial transactions
require commercial terms. All tbe
lack is green tickets with the lowest
marked thereon. It must be so, for
is the man one could love who has
money? If Mr. De Simper only
brains and manhood, or Mr. of any
name had De Simper's half million,
would be delight; but such comunctions
do not happen; wealth and worth
erally move in separate oibits.
The thoughtful man stands against
pillar on the long white piazza of the
Hotel at midnight, and watches
dance. It there ia a time to dance,
is no fitter time, and yet he asks himself
seriously why be should be saddened
This is what those girls who are before
are for. It is the only blossom they
capable of. Certain species of insects
to us to have no object in life but the
production oi their own Kind, and the
cal man at the pillar thinks of the insects.
Does he see before him only insects
live merely that other may live
them? Is it true that these girls
merely for marripge and then' drop
out of life ? There is no magical power
the famous springs, if this be so.
doubt there is true love there. There
those who sing with the lover in "Maud'
. MA11 night hare tbe roses hwrd
the tlule. violin, b. Boon:
All night has th. casomeet je aantine stirred
To the dancers dancing in tune ;
Till . ai ence (ell wi b the wakii g bird
And a buafa with tbe aetttng mown."
And many a Maud, and many a
breathes a wish like this :
M Oh let tliei'lid ground
' riot fail b-ne.tb my feet1
Before my life has f-und
- What some have found so tweet."
but (as the watching thinker leels)
Maud who is expected does not come
the garden atday-breaK, and the wish
vain. The desire expressed in the
must stand with the vague childish
ing to see the giants wbish used to
the hills about. The aim of society
suppress emotion, lhe woman pitilessiy
apply to the cautery to their own
and though they prefer to be won, elect
be sold. All this tbe man who listens
the music which may be Strauss waltzes
and watches the dancers, sees, and he
comes sadder and wiser, or else bitter.
Prospects of the Ohio Campaign.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] CINCINNATI, August 27.
The action of the Democratic Conven
tion of this State, last week, in making
Val land is; nam its representative man,
calling him to the chair, has done more
retain the vote of the returned soldiers
retain tne vote oi tne return ea soiaiers
the Union party than all the speaking
the camrjaltrn could have done without
this fortunate circumstance. They
now blind their eyes to the fact that
so called Democratic party is the same
it was two years ago. Its candidate
Governor, too, being the disgraced General
Morgan, who, having permission to
the military service, manifested his chagrin
by stumping the State ior Vallandigham,
doe not strike the veteran soldiers as
the man deserving their support.
At a soldiers' reunion on Saturday
Brown County, Generals Cox and Schenck
presented these considerations to their
hearers, and, a might be expected,
drew from .them the most hearty appro
val. The bid of tha Democracy in a
line resolution complimenting the soldiers
for their bravery, coming from men
would not vote a dollar to feed and
them, is too lean a bait to gull the simplest
of them. Our campaign will be sharply
contested, but we will win triumphantly.
Thomas M. Key has been nominated
the Democrats of Ohio a candidate
the Supreme Court of that State. I
brother of tbe Key who was on Gen.
Staff in 1862, and dismissed
the service by President Lincoln for
after Antietam, that "it wasn't
the game" to beat the Rebels decisively,
but rather to muddle the war along
give time for a compromise that would
says slavery WV. Y, fchmt,
News from Pithole—The Homestead
Well ceased Flowing.
The Pittsburgh Commercial states
that the Homet-tead well, on the Hiner
Farm, i unoie creek, has ceased to
flow. The Homestead is one of the
oldest wells on Pithole creek, being tbe
second large wen struck in that highly fa
vored locality. It has fljwed with great
regularity at tbe rate of five hun
dred barrels per day for tbe past eix
months. It is owned by a Boeton com
pany. No. 19, on the Holmden farm, is
now reported to be in excess oi tbe United
(Stales in its most palmy days, yielding at
tbe rate ot l,iw barrels per day. Many
wells on Pitbole are at a depth that will
soon determine their value, and we look
daily for exciting and etirring news from
As illustrating tbe rtpid rise of property
at Pithole, it is stated that John Warren,
of Bufftlo, now a resident of Flushing,
Long Island, in autumn last paid ot e
hundred dollars for ten acres ol land
on Pithole. Iu the winter he received in
cash, for the same tn acres, twenty-seven
thousand dollars, .f rom another one hun
dred dollars he receive! one hundred 'and
forty-five thousand dollars, and from nine
hundred he received one hundred and forty-
three thousand dollars. A choice half-acre
lease. No. 18 Holmden. ad oinne No. 19,
on which is the Grant well, was sold last
week for a bonus of sixteen thousand nve
hundred dollars. The holders of the lease,
Messrs. Curtis. Adams & Otzdon. of renn
xan, a. X, paid eleven nunarea uohbi.
lor me same lease iu tne spring a tan in
terest on the money inv jeted.
Cherry Run Region.
A Bouseville correspondunt, under date
of August 28th, says : There is quite an
excitement here this moraine in conse
quence of a three hand red btrrel well, De-loneino-
to the Champion Oil Company,
having been sirucn yeeteraay. it u biku
half a mile up Cherry Bun, within fifty
vsrds of the Sucker State well, and it bids
fair to surpass mat well not oniy iu quan
tity but quality of oil The wen no.
beioneine to the Bouseville Oil Company,
is doing well since tbe Chesher well has
started up. It is producing about seven
barrels while the JMo. 1, unesner, is view
ing about twenty barrels. Since tbe late
strike on Cherry Sun several old wells
have been slatted up. una oi mem is tne
Hatch well, a-little below Plummer, which
is pumping ten barrels per day. The Seed
well ia pumoinz but fifteen barrels. The
new well owned by tbe same company,
and supposed to have struck the same vein
as the itead wen, are uoing uneiy. vsna
is flowing fifteen barrels and the other one
Miscellaneous Oil Items.
A Philadelphia company, which has been
operating on Beaver Creek, Clarion county
struck a strong vein of superior oil, on
Monas JTarm, about six runes irom
mouth of that stream, last Thursday.
big well is expected.
The Sensselaer on oompany are now
working their new well on Hemlock Sun,
Venan go county, and it bids fair to increase
to ntty barrels. The same company
putting down two wells on the same run,
the Niagara Company are also putting
down two, and the Havana Company one.
Good results are anticipated.
Last Sunday a duller, on 1'ithole,
anxious to beat his neighbor, kept at work,
and on Monday morning lost the Sana
pump with 300 feet of rope, the pump
new fast in the well. Nor is this
uncommon occurrence. We invite them
to pay more attention to religious Eervices,
lor it certainly can do them no harm.
A Accommodating Correspondence.
The OAto Statesman complain of
unfair spirit manifested by the correspond
ent Ot tne tjnicago nepuanam, iu me loywi
of the proceedings ot the State Democratic
convention. Ijei us enueavor tu ouutut-
en the Statesman on that mttter.
correspondent of tbe Chicago Republican
and Chicago 'limes were one ana tne
nerson on that occasion. We place in
allel columns the dispatches to the two
Ears Darned :
-ucial Dinpaffi to I lie"
thtt Cbi'fcjto Time
COLU-mi , Ohio,
A uk u tit 24.
A"Kast -.4. J
"The Dt mocratie State
Consent, n to day was a
eom.lete huie. 1 n war
the moat inposing
and yeaea iemjts fre
quently collided, and
more tlian half of the
Hamilton Count dele
gate withdrew from the
Obi lion A. White.
Lientenant Governor on
the Long ticket, became
ding as tej with hi honor,
came to tba 1 onrention
to-day as a delegate, and
waa on the Commit tee on
b-?ld Id Utuo capital.
and od of the mitt
Kfery nart of th
vm roiir reprenoDwu,
and delegates are nnirer
Hy augnine of the
nit of tbe OoDTentioo.
Ur. Vtillandig ' mtn
and mad- a line
on tak.ugthe chir.
on the organization,
Jtittge Jtarmt-y waa
ider.t. H matte a
' Mr. Vail and in bam
e-ful soetft'h on the gi
was Uonissed as a tempo
rary chairman, and
qiuttlio&a ox tue day,
made a speecb aams'
tbe Admif'istratiou and
the Bepnbhca" party
" Judge ituiaa Kanoey
waa selected an perma
nent President, and
poke bia li"ce, de
nouncing negro mrTVa e,
extolling the laborin
white nimea, favoiiug
eqaal taxatioa, Ac.
Tee correspondent evidently proceeded
on the principle of compensation, and
off the exaggerations of tbe one dispatch
by the extravagance ct tbe other. Ue
reduced the pairing off system to aline
If the Democracy are offended by the
count on tneir un vent ion in tne tLejovbiv
can, they ougnt to be satis tie! witn
oatteriPg style in which they are report
ed the Times. The correspondent hath
catnonc spirit touching parties and politi
cians, ana so tbey act upon Intro a advice.
to his advantage ; he can suit bis manner
to the men, and his style to the paper
employs him. litke Chatterton, he is
vinced a man mu&t be a fool who can
write upon both eidua of a question,
only concern being to make both sides
well lor nis .naitwrence to tne lucta.
QO BOY rOUK
C O RS ETS
AT THE MANUFACTORY OF
1 128 SUPERIOR ST. UNEER AMERICAN MOTE
And aSTo a aeoon profit. jjjlT
KAUFMAN eV BRO.
RerpActrotlv call tbe attention of their cu'tmer.
and the public generally, that tbey hive removed
from XSo. 19 Fnbllo Square, to their larire
... n ,
JJDO OUPGriOr SlTGCta
(CP STAIR B.)
Ko eonoeoiloa with anv other plaoo In the
W. sow work on beUer adfantagee tow
not one qi.rter the rent, that oth -ra hare to
Bo proata to maonfaotnrera. All those
menu w. offer to oor Cnetome-e, wbethar
WHOLESALE OB BETAIL.
We onn artnre bergaliia in every ityle and
we meg. tne
Seal Irnch St'le of Cornet and
latest ktyle or Skirls.
LADIES' FUBXI3HING GOODS.
Eemember the f lace, 250 Superior
street, up stairs.
as-Ordere filled at (hurt notice.
(treat Britain and Ireland
Passage Tickets for sale at much reduced rates,
From Liverpool to New York, touchleg at
Harbor. Alto, by BtEAMKB direct from
to Few York. Also, by
BLACK STAB LINE OF SAILING SHIPS.
Drets at sight, payabl. throughout tha United
sUn.dom, on application to
At fhs Banking Office ot Wright a Bro.,
I i Superior street.
Of BUCKLES Ja
- .... .
CJWLIS A OO,
One Price Ciolhlcg House.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
194 taperlor II treat, -
WOULD ANN0UNC B TO THE
pnblie that he Bee a 'nil Hn. of Clo'hl.g of
bia o. n mAnufat-tai. and of tbe beat malarial, now
Parlinolar attention la called to th. manu'ae-
tnre aud atyle of. ur work. Wa employ .one but
tne Dest or wkam, and nee nothing en
tb. be t of Trimmings 1. eb and arery
g.rra-et rt.ih.O'd, from elp- rtenoa, tht peo
ple of thfa Tirioity need notl-log bwt flret ela-B
work, we tbe -efore offer no I'M tern I Of. abop good II
to our cuatcmera. but eeerytbtrg of oor own man
ufitcture, made and trimmed eqoal to the best one-
Our CUdT M PKPtRTMCHT fa nn'er th.
cb.rgeoflVIr BPE 10 git, a Cutter of lteen Jem'
experience In the beat New Yolk Bona-a, and we
can irutHfally My thkt b. he. ao eaual in tbw
city, .na we aery .ny foam in e city to turn
out . garment 1. th. atyle end Suleh of cur.
uentiemeu in want 01 nret elam garment, win
)-e find full aaaortment of French and Eng istl
Be.Tert, Tricot., Kreadolotba, IMaelmere. and
Veatlnga of all de.lr.bie ehades ... novelties.
Remember tb.t we do no Jockeying bnalneas.
hare t nt ONI PBI0K. and a.11 at low agurea.
We mannractnr. our owa goode. pay so maun-
fMturer any proSt.ooowqueutly we eas aaee twen
ty prr cent by ao doing, the beflt o( whick we
l-ivM tn nnr rnit.im.rlL
Ulre no . call, .nd you win re enneo. id.
Ij the ae, .nd that we deal honorably by elL
sow gOLDIEBS AND CITIZENS.
NEVf GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Wa haee the pleasure of anBouaetng the reeeipt
of an entirely new etock of
BLKOAHT OASSIMCBS C0ATB, cosaisUnf of
I BOCK BTTLE8.
HEW STILI8 OF
CASSIMEBE AND BILK MIXED BTJ1TB.
BEAUTIFUL STILES Of
PANTS AND VESTS!
Also, a large uoofctSMot ol
CONSIST! N9 OF
Fancy Neglige Shiris,
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Ties,
Brown & White Linen,
Shirts, Dollars, &o.
OCR STOCK OF
WILL BE SOLB LESS THA COST, tt Make
room tor Fall aad Winter Oooda.
Jail and examine our atocn.
OAK aJL OIOTflING EMPORIUM.
jy15 Out, m ater and dnpertor
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW
exhibition, a lanr atocK. of
BLACK DaLI AH BttOWN BftOtDOLOTH,
SLACK AUD FAflOI Daiuiaiio,
EVIRKT HILLS UOUBL1
AjjD TWISl" OOTT.AIB9,
ni.At-K anu DRAB RiLUNEL
H1L10IAS ANi dAl-U.il DRILLS.
WAGON OAHVAS DBlLLo,
Msarpfttknt Tn! lorn. GonafcT Hercbantaand Who'e-
a. bujers generally, will find It to their advan
tage to ftTnr"1" my bhwk dwoev uuh.u.iu8 -war-where.
jylS 16 Bnperior bU opp. Bank at.
TEF1T. Davis has been caught.
Th. wttr la now about D la Ted oat.
Great ebangea have been wroQftht,
Our paliant boyi are ooming home;
mrrtM bs.i. -a.-
Haaaal hnssal bow ban yoor banra wot,
Haaaal haaaal let all the popl6 Bhoak
9 he war th reoel ehlel waa oanghl
le leagbable Indeed ;
Be tried to run In peUiooats,
But ha did not aooord
haiz I hns&a I hang all yoor bannera out.
Jell Davie has bean caoght, let every one
Oor boya did think It Teryitrange, .,
a. woman ahoold ret re-1
With a great bowle-kal-e In band,
Pnttl thav aaw hla feet.
Hue mat huzmat oar b"T have aot coed
Twixt gaiter aboea and itogy boots they
Ob, erinoliae, wa think yo flaw.
For yon would not cunceai
The fl'lBg rebel Preaident,
When he did ahow bia hroL
Hnssal haaaal thera'a aothiujr half ao Ina
To .how a foot and ankle ofi, lik wall
Torr oayt are nam be red now, old Jew,
Ton en rely cannot hope.
Or bava a better end In view.
Than the at d of a etont rope.
Bona I haasa I Jeff Oavta haa no eroe ;
Inaettllng up all hla aoconnU, Jnat keep
orimee in view.
Tb boya who oaogbt Jeff T aria,
We'll weloome one and all,
Aad treat them to a fine new nit
At ISAAC'S U4-OH HALLI
Haasa I hnaaa I fltu the i tarry banner oat.
Our ga lent boys axe ooming home, let nil
The Largefit and Beat Stock of Fahlonable
Uiotning m tne weas, as wo Ltowea. riioea, aa
Isaac A. Isaacs's Union Hall.
Bole AswrocT for the aale of 8inserB Celebrated
ing Machlnea, 6torrJB Automaton Preieaian,
Stxong'a Patent Army Trunk and Bed Combined.
Oor. 8a pert or end Onion tree tat.
OfTTock ont for the Wants mi9l
ASBISTAST QvtSTKBSAJTBa'S OrTlOS,
Olerelsnd, CIo, Awgust s, VtSS.
NOTICE is herftby given that in pursu
ance of inatrno ions from tb. Ofatf QnarteT-
pi"Btert Aorthers Department, I will sell,
publw auction, on WeloesdAV, 6ptembev 6,
at Oimit Olevand, tks fallowing vublio property
1 Blana Book
1 Urcer Rriot
12 GmnstoB 01 sirs
1 Imi Rak.
1 trm .ud Bits
1 Saddler's Knlls
1 I etter Book
1 Oookloc Btore
1 H.y cnttlog Macklne
- 1 Lantern
1 Pair ritf form
1 ''lew Hammer
7 Pairs Haueoufls
I Watering Pot
1 Oil atone.
IVrnB caabos dslrrery,
10 o'cLck A. at
Sals to eommenos
Property to be rm erred in ess day from date
BMe. yiu B. UAUWAUtiAVert,
ng30;24l Captiln and A .
ASSISTANT QtTABTBSSABTBB'S OrriOS
Ctiriux. Oklo, Taugnst 16th. 1865.
XTOTICE 13 HEBEBY GIVEN
A. e in pursunoe of telegrephi. instructtens
from ttreeet Briraeier tienersl J A KB
First DlrUio. Q M t O . I will tell at
Anotlon, at Camp OleTeiaad, Ohio, on
WxCDBJESDAT, mrptsnabwr 6tb,
8.1. to eommencs t 10 overlook A. M.
Terms Caih in Government tmv'm.
HMO. B. OADWALLADIR,
ang?S:242 Capt. and A. t.
OiriOK ArSISVABV WUABTBa.A.Txa,
ClsYSUKD. Ohio, Aug 24, 1864.
XTOTICE 18 HEBEBY GIVEN,
Lv In psrausaos ot inatrsctions from the
Vl.artrrmaster oi rns riortntrn trepairme.s a
sell t Pubilo Aaciion, os Monday, September
at Camp Olnelaad, Ohio, the following arUclea
publ to property i
88 Oarnp Ktttlrx 1 Wvhstsnd,
107 Mesa Pan", 1 Roskteg Cnalr,
20 Axes and Handl", 48 I aspa,
ST Hatchetaa Handles i lamp octssora,
20 Ppadee, f "tores,
3 Files, 14 Shoesla,
in Hrjgles, 86 Pens,
17 gsBbes, I Iron Pot,
a Drum Buttons. 1 "II Cos,
111 W.U Tents, Flies A 12 Palls.
Pol-s, 1 Anger,
1689 Shelter Tents. 1 Biace,
47 Woolen Blankets, 1 Set oltts, -11
a Bleoaee, 1 Bosch 0crew,
18 rield Desks, 1 Compass,
1 uie. 2 Planes,
4 Berlateade, sews,
129 Chairs, 2 Braes Hooks,
a Loosing Glasses, 1 6Vythe,
8 Teblos, 4 Braes CoupplingB,
3 Pumps, 23 Lsmp Chlmsels,
Un Feet Rubber Hose, 1 Steel Snard,
1 Hoos-nosxle, 1 Wiiadatone,
1 Wr.nch. 10 Tm Boll. re.
X Manure Forks, 189 pds StoTtpipe,
2A F.et Pump Chain' S I bows,
- 81 Pounos Z no, 12 "TB."
SBatlluos, 8 8trai-ers,
2 prs Haadouffs, 661 yds Hattlsg.
2 'ewes, V', Ts Oil Cloth.
8 Jsrs, 1 Wheel and Curb.
Tbe property to Ks removed from tha premises
wllhln ten deys from th. del. of sale.
Hal. to eo.me nee at 10 A. M .
Tor oil Oeea in Government Funds.
00. B. OADWALLADEB,
angQ4-M!l Cp'al and Q II.
piNE APPLE CIDEK.
Dr. Talbot's Pine Apple Cider,
Is for nl. by
PIANO-FORTE & HEL0DE0N DEPOT
'gifi' ' a
CJJJJJJT wi ej " '.' IH-I w. t -:l w.' ' i . s-c-'"
! J-i-i- . 'in ! 1 "-sm iW W-" it
Received the GoU Medal at Fair of Am, Institute, 1863
FOB THB BILB OflHi
i. B. Brwlbiiry mod other Flmt-elttwe riMoa, Jew oMlnaaa'a Bel- ,
oos aatt s.celir a .bioet (irmm; shes, blools, towers,
lnNtrociioB Booas. Ve-i-
Our iBitrumenU are to be sold at ik. eery lowest pom itle rate, and entire eetfafaoltoii jiaraB-
laogMi&'l M A I. .
JOHN G. JSNNINGS,
AND MEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Atwater Bonding, Superior mU
CT.TT PROPEBTT FOB SALE.
Proepect at , new Brownell Two story Rooee, and
lot eesl26 fcet; w..r and gas I6,5U0.
Koclld at , sear Brownell Larse twoarr brick
hone; hot ud co d water, Data loom, Ac; lot
64x168 leet. l3,uii0
Wala.t t., near Erie Two-atory hooae, barn, and
lotSAxlt feet. s,6to
tTln.m.. ,L einnlta Brick Wt Onre Two-
atory bod me 1 lot T26i feet; barn, fruit and
Esclid at Good two-atory brick hone, and large
Boorille a-ren.e FtoUB", barn anl lot 4Sx&0 leet:
rood fmtt; . ntce i.iaoe. au .
Hnno. ul Iuehuld On Bond at. f 1.000
Store, PwelliDg and Lot On ul.rat,near Ferry;
BUUma. Boose A rod brick Hotel oa Colombia
. n. ,11 .vlVMI .nit.
Clinton et. Two awry brick hooae and lot 116x126
Detroit at. Tb. brick Btore sow eecopled by
Heei Tmacott A Inflham as a croeery stwe.
me of the beat bniin.ee locations on the Weet
fiwlA- . II Ranld vers low.
Ontario at., oorn.r ft. t-'lair A good location for
bnalneea; lot IKixUo feel; wiu tie aitiuw u a.
Prne'neet ex.. new Perrr Vacant lot 47x900 feet.
Enclid road, sear wlllaon srenue Sixteen acres,
stoet beeutimiie r-caud.
Also, s great vartt ty of
.FARMS AND OUT-LOTS.
S. BRAINaRD & iON,
Ho. Sua etaperlor Btrwf, tlowelnntl,
Sole Agents la Northern Ohio
FOB THE CELEBRATED
MASON & HAMLIN
fRItlM HO $110 TO SCOO.
Pesorlptrr. Illualrsted Circular" sent free gif-
I.. fnll -rintlo-s of trtm aerl prices nel4
POPE & HAINES,
(uoreaeors to HOKa A POPS.)
Wholesale and Ketail Grocers
163 OJtTAKIO BTBEET, Cleveland.
WE now offer for Bale or.o of tbe larsept ed bet
mmnrtui tucix of Groceries ever f Oered I. this
merket, eleting of Btaasirs. t com. '.,
ftpioeo. lib, Ac. , .ud at ..ch pnceo r.
cannot fail to tttre entire eatta'action, u we br.ro
onr agent in Re Tor atteootng to oor uteree
tnere oa onying exciuatroij r ,
mt:x7a pope a haines.
HAJJKUltN, WlliIilAl.3 CO,
f auscl sMt Hirer, .bmI ai awl le. Btl
Are sow reoeteina; from Hew T.jrk ud Bew Oe-
e.ns a large aad enofee enTply of
Rtn H.Orlerss. X. h.'rs.
j... tlnecaTado, O. Bfroc,
ktnoha, "rnehed, Japan.
- ttitiMtn, . Breoolateo, ., l t!vrl.L
h,.1mili P.iwdered. O-lrtr.
efeCee, A, P. a O. TroUrel.,.
ffUUACCO AMU SSOAKU,
Is arent ssrletj.
RUBND COFFEJKS. FSrFKR AHD
SPICKS, MOLAHSK3 Asa S7aTJxB
km they otter te to. trad, at eery tow Tales,
(jkmrand msanbMnrs arth-ie. at tUnumets.
L.ttHa BHAnFntm. IM.IAfrl .'.
S. L. SHOTTER CO..
(amxrsBSOBS to 8. H. Lrrru,)
Wholesale and Ketail Grocers,
PBODUCB AND COMMISSION
For the sale of Floor, Grain, Seeds, Potatoes,
Henna, Pork, Butter, li-CT, Lard, Dried
Apples, Fruit, Ac., Ao,
Ho. 4ft Verwln street, Cleveland,
KINXAril), DUKIIE AC0.,
Corner of Seneca and Ckamplain Streets,
Baee nst received direct from hew York, s con.
slgnment of superb Piau'-a from the celebrated
manmectory of DECKER BH03. These Inatrw
ments, for extrsordlnsxy Volume, Richness
Brlllhtney ot Toes, venneae tb -ougnool tne Bete,
axoslleat Singing ituallty. and the power of staud
laff In Tone. Burn.es .11 others In tbe country.
Every Instrument is fully wwrsnted for seven
VERMILYE & CO.,
KO. 44 WAl.Ii 8TKKIT, X. I..
GovernnicDt Loan Agents,
' ' " KEEP OS HARD FOR
THE Iaal'ia OF
7-30 TREASURY NOTES
OF ALL DENOH1M AXIOMS.
We But anl Ssu all oiasM. of GOV IBS MEM
BICTRtTl KVS at market rates.
. OBDER3 from BABBA and B4HKEB3 executed
on favorable terms, and with dtsoatcn.
Alaoraoeive LKP061TS end allow IHTEBEflT
On current balances.
)eal:247 TERWII.TK A r.r.
OIL COM PANIES, AC .
EXCELSIOR GIL WORKS.
Bockefeller & Andrews,
Bueoeaecrs to Andrews, Olark a ()o., Manufactar.
era and Refinen of
Benzine anu Lubrlc&tlnit oils,
j. a. nocaraLtaa, uavit. tuuvi,
OITFICE Boem Vo. 4, Sexton1 Block, Eferwin
JAS. WOOD & C0.'3 .
Patent Wrought Iroat
GAS PIPS AXD TIBl.VG.
-BEND FOB PBICE LIST.
S3 Her win St., Cleveland, Ohio.
an!0;243 CALVIN CABS.
Stewart Cook and Parlor Etoves
For sals by
B, DBWIT A CO.,
FIRE AND LIFE IKSURaNCE.
LIYIKPOOIi A L0.1D0K b GLOBS
Stockholder Personally liable. '
Assets -Jansery l,'fl !, 1,71
in?Blra in to. unitea awtee wra
held by tbe New Tors. Directors l,D3S,3a
DISKCTOM IS SEWTOBK WBO ASB ALB3 STOSBOLDSBK
W. OWTINET. Eq., fbalimas.
BTNRY URINNKLL. E.q , Dep. Chairman.
JO-KPH OATLI.ARD, taq.
Al.tX. HAMILTON, Jr.. fan.
K. .. B WIHtLT), S. M. B. Consul.
K. '. FANDER40N, Eef.
CHARLES C. BALDWIK, A rent.
Office error National City Bank, 113 Superior
itrett, OlerelaoL sBg-jtit
W. S. BUBBBLU.
J. A. KABCSE8TSB.
(baocetaora to Judd A Xne worth )
INSURANCE ACE NTS.
211 SUPBBIOB ST, CLEVELAND,
Represent the followlnr well koews and popular
lo.p.nlee: New EoKlaud, srlt.l. IM6,(IUU; Al-
hatiy city, l'70,(Ru; tmar, S4tri utti; rut oara.
Hop. SlWUUO; Western M asr.. f dU. W. ; las. Co.
of North America, Sl.lto,00.
'nland n.vlKtton risks on nulls .nd crgoes.
w x.obbbb allnsud .nd prossptly p.id .t tbia
J-NVESTIGA.TE OUB PLANS.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Tbat Mnates nmt Pays ram Anaaal llif
ia-tss In . ine eiroa .era
lrli Snb.eq.esl ateaaewsU.
THE OLD AND
Life Insurance Co.,
Or H1BTF0SD, CwNaf;
Tn Its 16th year of bnalneat, and never LITIGA-
TKuailngleOLAlM. One of the Old -at, eafeet,
' beM'Ht aod H.it Covpanltw In America, blng at
thii time one of tbe mixt popular ' ompDiee tn the
U- d, bftTlLg introduced lhe &ew Plum oAmmmal and
Trwwnuu diTloenile wmpnf anuaj aivMMaaa bo
la 4,6 or yea alt'r tny wre deciareo. -aa m
moat companit, but on tb renewal of every Poti
ey. ljur len Year non-lorfeHnreendowmvnt plan.
we be'teve to Da tarn noil eavaoiageoue w ia, ib
eud of any company txiant. Be aura aad inves-
tlatate oor advan eg-e oeiore maanoK iirivneie.
Mlr I L sViV a i,iiUwuaD, wm a r gx as
OFTICB low bo per ior atrett, (oppoalte Bnk)
np tta ra.
'irivenng, tjocai, epeeii ana vwna
apptiuttMl, and good lndacomnta ottered apply
mm above. augl2.'i!4
BUM ItiE LNislJiiANUK U0J1PASI,
OFFICE ITS BUPSaMOK iTBEIT.
CASH CAPITAL, $250,000.
dTILLSltll WITT, JAMES 1IA-0H,
K. I VM.DWIN, K. kf. OB A PIN.
JVH. r. WAENKR, OEO. WUttTHINGTOH,
ttiiMBl HAbvVi K, U. A. SKUVSJ9,
W. B. SUB t-CB.
iril.LI"! WITT, PrenMwalt,
I . w. 4'HAPlaIa ViesFres't.
o. BOHHE. Keeretarr roh.'WiKa
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO
ur Cleveland, Ohio.
Capital UOe,04w ss,
lnyasted tn rr fully seonred by nrxt-ctaa.
Slortages, Bonds and Blocks.
K. P. Morgan,
K. P. MyrrB,
J. H. Underwork,
J. B. M erf am,
Loren Prentiss, ..
H. kl. Baynolds,
W. W. WliBht,
Dr. T. T. Seely
Dr. W. B. Mtrestor,
A. N. Batcuetder,
J. P. Staaard,
O. 0. ttriswold.
1 B. Bocxwltn,
m. r. MORGAN, President.
B, P. MVK!iS. Vice Preeldent.
J. H. liNDKBWOOD, eeeretary.
i. B. HBBllSJ, Treuarer.
A. N. UATCHEbDEB, Seneral Agent.
BarofDcs In Rouse's Block, oorner of Bnperl
st and Puolle Square, Cleveland, Obis. myt:B4 '
T, D. HUDSON,
Ueueral Fixe, tfnrlst nnl 11A Israsue
00 oe, Oviatt's Fxrhanee, foot Superior Street,
ULia. r aidflu, voiv.
anrssBSBTa tsb vollowtss oosrABiBS:
Buckeye Motnal Ina. Co., Cleveland, Am.
tjtito, ( t ire ana stniwj ew."
BarketFirs " ' 414,7i
Fu-lon Klre "
Norwich Fir. Ins. Co., Norwich, Ct.. 4iH. J t
Hew Tork Lira Hew Tork t,UUt,709
Pbuenlx Marine Ins. Co. of Brooslys
orth Western " llawego, et. x. xtr,--
N. ., ca4h capital l,vw,"'-rw
LOrViBM PUOMfLTI ADJUSTED AhD FAIU.
Particular attention fires to th. adloetmesl ot
Marine Losses. L. O. HUDSON,
Agent and Adjuster.
Cot. O. A. -tno,BB. - srlne Inepeelor. fe!3:B
CLEVELAND FEMALE EEMINA
Bi Nit Term will eommenos os TBUBS-
liXV. Heel. 7 k. LMWelT ISCTrSd rMtTOUSge haS
nbLd ttie Proprletore not oui to adu greatly to
tee attr.ctlr.neee or tne institution oos maw
rl.'ly to iHpror. Its snbatwitial advantages is
every dep.- tment.
A Prepernt -ry repsrlment will be opened with
the next l erm si 'ler the immediate charge of
kjies a SacHP.Ba, a lady of naroqeificstlo. ssnd
greet experlrnoe tn the Instrnctios of children.
Aduiees lor pante.iere,
8. . BABFORD OO ,
.ngOTMfl I lerelaed. O.
Uretim Street, West ! 32d ureet.
1 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
This en per lor n.d popular Boturrltrg School for
YouLg Ladies, situated tn s refred snd henlthful
part f the city, will begin Its next Term Sept. 30.
Jor Circulsr, address
Rev. J. H. BABSH ART, A. K.,
EXAMINATION OP TEACHERS
rbrCu-aheea County will be held et C eve
, iu th. Cosrt Iiooee. Boom No 4, third story,
ensmeoriog at 10 A. si. and eloslog at 4 P. M . as
Sotlofre: Ausnst 2nta,septembe; loth, ctoeer 7th,
bovembr 4th and 18th, lrecember 9th, Jsnnary
th; st Be re. November 11th, ssd at W.rrenevlll.
Centre, 1 ctober2ist, otmmnctu(st this Last place
at 9 A. M. and eiostng at 3 P. M.
There will be so aumls .lions In Febmsry, 188t.
i. B ALLEN,
L. W. FOBD,
O. W. KLNuALL,
n 17-744 a..nlnf Rrtwlnw.
GM. BABBEB, (formally Captain 1st
. B.tteXloa O. V. 8. 8.. let. Lieutenant flnl.
Ouel l7th O V. I ) Attorney nt Lew .nd author.
laed Military Chum Agnt. OOoe 2ii Superior .t,
VVUl ooitect Looal Bounty, Government Bounty,
Btok Pay, seosre Penelons. and oroee'nie Clal.a
ofereykiod egalnst ths U. 8. Particular alien.
Hon given to the settling of Ctneere' accosote. Ap.
plicailoee by mail promptly attended to teplibs
jiSTioi ur us rzicf.
Office ovsr 1 8 Super lor street,
sugl 8:r5 CLEVELAND, OHIO.
QHA& "W. & CON WAY W. NOBLE,
AUorncjs ud Counsellor it law,
CSABI.se. W. SOBT.B. .Ul0BWj COJTWAT W. M0BLB.
J E. fc tt. L. IXGEBSOLL,
Attorneis at Law.
Orricx pxi Bpp,rsr street, Srat door ap stal