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the Lunan off! ' pepfi:J
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Baooev, witft vetaelite Mffln of do vela, to r one
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the loder byUavt- ft et Ihe LgAPVB troce. a2S:tf.
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Vw Bierdorkda-atJoBoitblBeUr, orthearreet
nud coMiftttM of I h- Miion or MbODi whr. broke
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th iHI.il .mating the niiie and iteelliig ye-
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hitch'nr- ki el the toot of Superior it., OB Ihe
v i n rrf tt,. s at taet , SKftH errct t. ere, with
Mluie bud b idle. A iioerni rtwr4 M offered lor
LOST. FOR SALE.
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SaretOE-a.' Gentl-ln-n'e TraTelina- Trunke. and
all otae v.neti.a, of oof own n.Raaotetare, eiwaya
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optertunitr or UerinUaB or otuttrs dMiroiu or tin
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I m4 well imm atook ui iiaanania CUt Sanaa mmd
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All oadara ptvaapttj'ftllcd aaa aaiiafertJos war
raiiaa. jua aWtoAavruo.
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aualaj- auC tmuit-r. 1 lure u o aautlar Wi.rk 1a tbe
b4U, tvo Ua D7-nU will Aoo tia a floru na oapov
tai.it I' liio 4iuoros it auob. Xliia woik ta aruO-
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a.rt. ad aalaiaU 4M bbm-o1 w it-'writtut. outtar
4Dplicta v il btuto .h-ur ar1 i. nct aud luuiia
tUcir nrtst, a cona aua inini en ico mt 10 locnvorr
'Ikwrvay ei.li M&d for circu ara,r, If rtaa wih
o ooiuuii ajr at otioe. mcluae ti,. .or orar kvok
and & f r Ban pla iKK'k. Wh pv tbe fiith at ttraa
01 a. noaaa a Auer ca. iNo char; kvx a or
fruigUta. atid t A.ciUai rUixix aivu aa to trtxitory.
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unrliiaxd Viaeata., C'lncuinaU. O.
h. b. a. Uatrrai A0cit ftaakd ux arery B'ae ot
tna Union. gggo:aouw
WANTED BOaBD For senUeniAD,
TT !, child and name in j ariraia family, or
wiwrh 1 mi w owe uluim uubiuw. ivriai auv wt-&
G(wd Wu per wlt-. 1 caiiiy Goartmieat tt buaiaeaa,
Klerv.tCeB ex.iiaa ad. Audxaa Bux IT. 01-velauu
WATJtD TO bilib A great bat
gaisa, orncbantre for a.archantuaa. tlMi.noo
worm wi ,Ta.-naii rl estate in Mho u. r,r roa
th. r aarucuura, adortaui. ALGUaTiiii, Wndoi.
WANTED IO KBIT A comfortable
IwHiina; in dea rab.e aart of fh city, by a
Wl at. jh. t v . Ad. AH feKnoi'AdA. 211 SUdtWiOfaAa
WA If TJD il Ki( To receive and ,flU
orleT for tea nro-clam Bnb-crbtivD Bocki
and auvtui. a.liog Uie lrtfe aoa Tlra.e .f
. ' r -, Brotii,-ui9ial
fo et . ol lud'. loo beet Mjgr.ai.jr o. Abra-
-KH.1v.u. - - uc.uk ucuverea to eaoecribere.
' doit real tatieiactiun. uua hundred av re
It, a wtgig .-. eolij&g thie vurk bucauff lha fall
Kicu.. J ' no th, in localities where it lea tot
twa c. , ed. uoreuoi.gh.of limiiar aoukt teu
and wiote. the eale oi aoenprior a o;k. iia
leeo iotrod -ee. How u tbe time to 'mtk
auld to Kimuiuh . le, 4da,eii. H. uUBKAJ.
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t polr at J lake it.
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So;?.uUutwbu.u.. B. ..-uoelchBgeiL A.
ureal lca B.x Z6, ulereiend.
ANTED fcllKl A good and com
letent ai.chen girl-oM wuo can m weU
.nd,l. a..l..tMlAlaatflaat. atlio
ArANTKD BOABD For' tentiemaii,
YY wife Ld orechlia. In afrirete fimtyortae
there are bo t uwboardeia. ltoleiencj extiwgwt.
Addrtai Lock iijaL etL
WANXKD COAT MAKSH At 37"i
Baperior at. H. (JARDUZO. ateichaa lallor.
7ANTKD Attention. oomeii-iDgnew.
1 1 I will aeart by ail, post-paid, a DeanBiuiium
trr Album, with twenty Jouriiciurea of ear Onloo
o"f.W"r5Uceola. Aavnt. wanted Imaiediatoly.
PriVepS dotem t j gen". 13, or 1,75 per haltvloa
en? Sdftll orteratJc. L. BliiOOB, 144 IWrl-fl
it.Cfalcage. 1IL' :
UTAN rB' INFOJIMATIOK W. C
It WnntaBtDVU, who wa lately In an fneaLd
for any lnmaio ai to bu wWreeoot He b)
llard-i.l;x frock coat, o.ra Bjur
me-e al.u. hisb eroirntd old-biehioaed felt net,
tura-Ovu coller, black Utneok-iio; aumt w iim
ol a,a, n etiuin nae ana a -oui ei 1 " "
. T . i. .... i ...I nniinrtaechio.cmaauat;
b.e a ajolancholy look, and uuMewiy v1! '!'
with him a lle-k fcil-c'll":J,2,lMf t
11 u i ua rtnivnd vrm -AfllCNTa.
Ktlat the n-ople want. Compete battoryofthw
W-.iliOue ar erclume.er.Hnanliy u UMratea.wua
, j taN. mhkiu hi Aen.r.le aed Battle ocenee.
The avoiit endei, laoid, c mplete, aatneauc a re
liable hub IT pnblieued. It couUine leadicg matter
Qoal to three arge . -tayo TOtamea. B'ud ior tr.
cuiaraodceonr Minna.. Addreee JUU BBUb. A
XI.. 1 Wat F iurtu t., Oi cild itl. .pg:2T03Aw
$20, . ct S. tKleIa.ii II. f.
A year can fx-realiaed gilding and ptt
liiH op the OBKsTALTU KB PLATH.
Aaenej Manttd Mock. TooK and la
.irocuone cuel 20 LuL. TuDD A CO.,
S Kaa-anetierU Mew lora.
. i u w hi
W ANTED AGKNIS-I" n .
. wmr tioeiai
In anm. tc rait at Ida old itMi and
wollnown AGAB'B LOAM Oil'Klt.ou Beou
rltKe O'eeery kind, T)a: Sold knd Bllyer Watckea,
Ukutuinr7 ttooda, Planoa, Belodeona, and all per.
Kiftl property and .rtiolce of T,oe, oft the laotwO
f Hnina alrtniy prlyate. ktab-
liahed t a94. h.B. A yanety ol anredeemed watch-
i , .1 . .MHht,l bufUDL i
OH)o-aoruorof' ii and Mieru etreeea, eTer
t".u-t-. uioiaum w. WM51,lcw
The Cholera at Constantinople.
A conefnondent of the Mew York Tri
bune, vritiug . from OocsUmunople on Uie
a3d ot Acgtut, asyi s . . ; vn- it
Fittv dsvf have passed triica iu Arattiu
theDticAted eppearaiice in tbe city, and
not ls tlim -fittT thousands penons have
been ewept Into ' eternity by its raTsgeg.
It reach. its beigbt about August 6, when
It is supposed that the deaths were not tees
thtm'tbree-ihoussnd a day tor several days.
The published report of deaths in the city
has never reacnea tcis poms, oat a kbowb
to all, that, -to prevent a general and ua
controUai le panic, these reports nave been
deliiyeratelV 'falsified I have made care
ful inves.igtions cpom this point, and am
Sin totnoak without fear of ocmtradictlon.
lake a tingle day for example, since the
decline has coalman cea. , ....
On August ,' 14, ' "the official reports, as
published, represented the deaths for that
day at JT9. . The efficial returns - ac
tually made to tbe Grand Vizier, and at
registered in his otHce, shot the deaths on
that day to have been 1,689, six times the
number reported in toe puDUsnea cm.
luring - . . " " , i
At certain points, . dead bodies, In some
cases oneoffined and nased, haTe been itttv
rally piled up by scores, waiting traefpor
tation to the" burial places. Uce of the
cooler hospitals, on the o& city wall next
tbe sea, had a slide arrangeo, aown wnicn
the dead bodies were shot into boats, to be
burled m the sea, . . ' ' ' ' ."
Two weeks sg one could not go into the
streets without meeting dead Doaies natriea
ol to buriul, and litters, with those struck
down in the otreets. at every turn. - vea
the Golden Horn was covered with boats,
carrying each from one to fifty dead bodies.
A Novel Sight.
i TjumSer of the bos prominent cler
gymen of this city repaired yesterday
morning to an opf n lot on the outskirts of
the city and etigaged in -a game of ball.
They exhibited much agility and appeared
to engage in the rport with much pleasure.
Their presence en Ihe' ground was the
means of attracting thither a number cf
spectators. No . class of men, perhaps,
stand more in need cf Just such exercise, .
uitl it arm 1-1 ha wall if it were Tu-acticed i
oftenor by t-?y--W Armtirrt Sepi.23, j
j DAILY, TBI-WEEKLT A WEEILI,
fCBLnnS V TBI
CLK VELS Hit I.EADEK rfllMPilT. -
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865.
The Fenian Movement in Ireland.
'T6 EuropalL.adfiois"'Bhow.'a ytal
cbangeof tone' among tie English people
in rbferBncs tdTSoTonianoveniett.' ""The
jedbce-and 'sobfEng 'manner' In which the
Times and other luminaries ot the Eng
lish press treated' tne idea of an Irish in
surrection has quite disappeared. Instead
there come from' these journals' grave notes
of apprehension and alarm, and the exag
gerated reports whieii they were the first
to ridicare tne y "now circulate and believe.
The apprehebBrbn orthe" people Is evident
ly shared by the government, and the latest
budget of newi describes secret sessions of
magistrates, "arbitrary arrests" ol suspect-
ed persons, "InterferVBee with the liberty of
the prees' by tut pending paper supposed
to 1)6 in sympathy With Ftmianism,' rumors
of 'rescues and iMurrectians, Bcgluh fleets
hoveiingefftte Irish "oasti and bouhtlesi
other Kem; all of which Teveal tho fact
ttat Se Bnglish' government b greatly
armrehenstve f ' revolt.' '- This state of
tUBM'effjrat us an xcerient opportunity
t) retort r-npeif flie English their late eut-
criet against similar "bhtrsges" ty our own
govarnmeht on much frreater -cause: but
we forbear.'' 1 - " si
j All these facts indicate a disturbed state
of mind amotoic the? Irish" people, fomented
by the efforts of L-fshmtra in this 'country,
w nicn my at any tune trresx out in to open
tnrurrecuon ana revolt. .Exactly now ex
tended the feeling is, or how formidable the
revolt, should it come, would be, nobody
seems to know. tTf th Itneliah envern
auemt knows, it keeps its secret well, but we
are inclined to think that it is as ignorant
on the subject as the general public. -
! ,Wa truit, however, for the good- of Ire
land and. of Irfchmen, -whether In Great
Britain udAunrica, that the contemplated
revolt will never be attempted. It could
never ,be .euoceeaiul, - and a struggle
against the power to'' Angland,"' sus
tained :Jf . few hundred f
Jew thousand Fenians, would only result
m.- the. effwiaa vif; Beedieas. bljod, .the
darangemept of businwe, the dntettling of
(he faeling of the: Wuoiav island; and the
1 aigicgof lew feading insurrectionists.
The total-number of Fenians in this 00 on
try has been estimated at 12 000; The es
timate is much too- small, if it is intended
merely to include those who are in sympa
thy with the movement, 'but as much too
large If' it ia conflneJ to ttose who are
ttltag to join personally in it. The num
ber of Fenians in Ireland is not 'so ' large.
No general 'cisaffactiun exists in Ireland,
and an irMtMrettion, so -far" from being
shared In by tie mass of the' popuisUon,
would mafiileet itself only fn -scattered' lo
oaliiiae, and would be easily' put down.'
Ireland ia not ryet ready "ior'telf-govern-
ment f and until she is, she is not prepared
for anrtrtfon"fromT;ngIish' mlo.
: rm - .- . , i .- .... 1
The State Treasury.
4 .uavarar;(uuvjx3r uag nsceiptvu vj jt.
ydlney, Doriej, lata Treasurer of State,
for the. sum of nine hundred and sixty
tktee thousand, two hundred and eight.
eight, forty-four.,on-hundredth dollais, in
notes, bonds atd ocin, being the whole
amount due the State of , Ohio, as shown
by the tracks of the Auditor of Btate, Con
troller i.sf the Treasury, and Treasurer of
EUU;,uaa4. alio, receipted for the whole
amount, .of -securities deposited, in the
Treasury Jby theteveraA stock, bnkf of .the
Bute, aJtd ,Uk amounts of - blank circula
tion of teiui it Vi ks rernaining in the Treas-
tk.?,c,..,- .-T-T--TT -1 ainiiei,
State atvi C pntroller ol. the Treasury. ; .
Election in Idaho.
Tbe Terfitorfc' J election in Idaho occur
eiired 'oa Motiday, August 14th, and re
sulted in favor- of . the Democratic party,
who wiU have a mj ority In the new Leg
islature. Ada -aWunty, including Boibb
cjty "(the 'TerrioriJ capital jave
TjamocratiemsjorHr ""I to 310. Idaho
City went heavfly the J same way.' The
Bpise ' CHy Matamari says' all manrier of
villainy' VS1 now be attempted to Effect
3Vremov'l of the capital to Idaho Oitj.
d that alUgh tni 7 B0 oon Ex
cept by vote t the people.lt is boasted
that the Legu la"tare shall be adjourned to
Idaho City upott tbonrst opportunity after
Union Mass Meeting at Sandusky.
j -J.'he. Union men of Eie'county meet in
mats jn'eeting at ' Ban Ahs.Vy on Saturday
next, September 30th, and will be address--'
by General Coxi 'Senator Sieiman, Hon.
F, Buckland, and Chaplain tt ff. Col-
ljer. Such a list of names Bhculd draw
tpeettier thousands Cf Unionists! "Wehave
doubt that tie meeting at Sandusky
Will be a very large ana enuiusiasiiu one.
Surgeon General Burr of Columbus, C.
Wilstach of Cincinnati,. Hon. u. B,
Ouncket- of Dayton, Hen. J. O. Hall off
Toledo, aad" eiillmau "Witt of Cleveland,
ete Monday appointea Trustees or
diirecfcrs "of the Soldiers' Home, located
three mika from Columbus, on the grounds
occupied ' by Tripler hospital. This prop.
arty was lately transferred by the Unitd
States to the State authorities, mod tbeue
gentlemen will attume control of .ail mat
ter pertajning to U establithnient of lie
Onlv two bid were! made ibr the Chat.
tanoogaYolllng-millj eflorwl by the Gov
qrh brent, dnder sealed prerkjsaia, 'that were
'opened" ea the . ittb instant. Ooe of these
bids was by Mr. K JL BhieW, or Uincin
nati, at WtTm,'scA the ether by Mr.
"Ward H. Xamoa, of Washington City, at
IM.OOO.Tbe property ia reported to have
qest" the tlovernmest -?300,00a It has
been' determined te extend' the time for re
ceiving bids tiH October Mi.' -
I " .1 (.',. 1 aiaai ' .-. Je
Jiere a ra4ciefrfor:Wet-Pciatar
pointptents in the Eleventh, Twelfth and
Thirteenth Congrasional fiistrieti in Ohio;
the. Second, Sxtb and Eighth iu Ken
tucky; the Third, Toorth, Fifth, Sixth and
Klnil lit Tranfjaseef the First and.' Third
ladian, tie Ninth and State at large,
Illinois; aod tie Sixth in Michigan.
The Oonirreesmed in these Districts are re
quested to forward the names of candidates
DyOctober 7iH." " " c- .-!..
The New York World argues that if in
toHigehcQ lsWbeJmade the- standard' of
yotiDg,' rneiSwomeJ, and cbildtenf who can
Jead'ahd write' "eughV to' 'vote.' ' By the
same" process of argument we might reply
that if a white skin it to "be theteet of v
ting, theh a hogfflat'nas a white skin Wight
-vote; iOur test is' not mere intelligence,
bitelligemt manhood -'-i r'L " -' '
The cost of Justice Courtol to Canada is
represented by IS9.522 75 in gold, which
Canadian authorities have paid to the
banks of St Albans, Vermont, upon ac
count of the inpney stolen from their vaults
rebel emissaries on detached etvce.,'
The )opperhede -of Fracklia county
been holding a meeting at Gehevmaj
rprrcpTv.o pUtcs, which, in name a
aiTjrda a prontptic .".: s-iadowinc
Startling State of Things in
The Freedmen Still Practically
Enslaved. Corruption and Pro-slavery
Feeling in the Freedman's
Red-handed Rebels Appointed
[Special Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.]
ABERDEEN, Miss., September 14.
: Today for the first "time since I left
Nashville I saw a mam who tells me h is
going till he finds a pottofflee, and promises
to lake tbis letter. There ne mall fa- J
cllitfes estal lined yet soath of tbe MempfaU
and Charleston road, except on the Mutual
tippi river, consequently one would know
as much of the outside world", 'aid have as
free communication with It, in the remotest
end- '-of" the 'Umperor' of ; Dah6m'ey'
kingdom aa in the interior1- of
UieeistippL 1 fact' ' I think the
two countries are" very much alike in
more than this one particular, and I would
state' my reasons here did I not respect n,is
sable mtj sly,' over the water, too much to
u.t.M v. '- - -' "''' -" " .
v The crobkar family nave 'existed' since
tbe beginning of the world,' and have left
their mark on every page of human history
from the day ' when thefr common father
persuaded X ve that she mi a very1 ill-used'
woman,in the garden of EdeD.'down to the
lataet maoifvavo of Hoarj S, Fooie Beekfrjg
to convince us that' we are on the "verge cf
ruin whenever we fail to heed and follow
his- multiform ' suggestions as to public
and' private conduct," These people "are
never satufiad, and never belie rti in'a'Dy
thing. "When, tfiey look at the sun they
detect Imperfections oh its disc, and while
1 listening to their lucubrations. on "thin'gVtp
general one is well-nigh amazed that they
should not have been consulted . by the
powers that be in reference to the creation
of the universe. ' The South, so far its my
observation has extended, is unfortunately
filled up with these bemoaning wretches,
who still have power to intermeddle with
the progress of. the present hour, and an
noy it as gniti, gad flies, and toot quitoes
are permitlei to worry the gallant the steed
that still presses, on ward with" bis. burden
unmindful 9( beir' attacks. These croakers
will relate to you the fearful losses they
have sustained by the war, with , faces
as., long Mia Lincoln flg. pole,
but - when you .' k them-, .who
appropriated their money, lands,, stock or
cotton ; "Oh,1? they reply, Ar loss is all in
the nigger -oar only dependence.";
you have three or four thousand acres of
the beit land in the world to live cm. "Yes?
but we can't 'make' anything," meaning
they are unable to raise a crop.' Then they
pucker op their mouths and sheltherreedy
tear over their own real or imaginary misfortune-,
while in bygonelimes they only
had tbe lash and curse for their fellow-
creatures, fqi whose liberty 'tbey now in
vite consolation but stubbornly refuse to be
comforted. It is of no avail to tell them
they are better off now than ever before,
for they insist that their lot is the focus of
all human misery, and it is stupid or un
feeling in any one to" imagine that there
can be relief in store for them. They are
not bitter or revengeful, but it is apparent
enough that their proud, aristocratic, im
perious spirit is unbreken.and tbeysubmit to
the inevitable consequenoes of their folly,
, 1 - . .uiuuiu uumia x
do not "---ti.-.-i. -Sk. rtn
of the south, but the. wealthy planters who
ohiefly euetained the rebellion by their aid
and countenance. They ar the abj act ones
bow who were more than Kings, in a small
way, a few years since. - ' '
THE PEOPLE—CROAKERS. THE FREEDMEN.
Tbe furt'ner I travel into the interior the
merelarj impi"1 "'itl' the necessity
, system at , government for the
freedrran. , (Juitide of the iurisdiotion of
the fe,w provost marshals stationed through
out the south there is no redress for the
dgro, and no law to protect him. He is
still sumect to tne exBamry will of his for
mer master, and remains to day in many
districts aa completely in slavery as be ever
was. . I have not yet seen a single freed
man ' or woman who was receiving wages
of any kind for their labor, and in portions
of this State where the federal army has
not penetrated, they are kept at work on
plantations just the same as when they
were slaves. " What is our Freedmen s
Bureau about 1 Though for the sake of the
negro i -will not call on them, because it is
infinitely better for tbe unfortunate colored
man to fall into the hands of the most ma
lignant and brutal rebel than to come un
der the control of some of the contemptible
vagabonds -1 : know - of wbo are ruling
congressional districts. I call upon General .
Howard, whose wtesritv no man. will ones.
tion, lo order an investigation of. the con
duct of bis- officers' in Worth and Afiddle
.Mississippi, and mete out to these abandon
ed profligates: aad common,, thieves the
punishment their thousand crimes of pan-,
dering, licentiousness and extortion deserve.
I say what I A now to be the truth, when I
assert that the most disgusting corruption
anl bareface s wind ling hi openly practiced,
not only in tbe Freed awn's Bureau, but
among other federal officers, both civil and
military. They are atealirg from the
government, they make the negro pay for
their advice, and tbty are doin g other acts
too abominable to place on paper. : Are
there not honest men and good men enough
in tbe country to fill their placss 1 Will
not the authorities see to it -that some
change is made among the officers- in this
region ? i It can only be for the better. '. '
rA71ow: me W devote a little 'rjacn A
these immaculate gentlemen who- rarirn.
sect Secretary McCulloch in the South.
four ot uwi nit ta.tue room with, me : let
ns tee. wbo these, chosen lew are. The
nearest one is iartain jrureerson. whn
teiling how many Yankees he killed from
tbetop-of a certain tree near Fetartbarg.
He don't know that I was at Petersburg
and that the tree he tells ma of was iu.t
in front of where I was stationed,' and
that the Yankees be endevored to kill
weremvooBerulea.'. He .don't, a-now that
the "big grey horse a Yankee used to leave
Fort Hell on, every mornins".while be wag
Shooting at horse and rider, was mine. He.
don't know any of these' things f Perhaps
he did this room would hardly be large
enough for five of us. The Wit manocna.
site Furgerton, with long black hair and
small treacherous looking eves, was a Col.
onelin Forrest's command. He is tbis mo.
ment telling how many murders he Com
mitted in just fifteen .months at Fort Pit.
low. He says he has : slaughtered a "heap
Yankees, in .bis tine," , and be hopes
can get at them again. . "Weil, Colonel,
nnlees there is some change in frovernment
affairs or-ki tbe policy of the gernwenejo
yon may ue to got at mem a gain. Vary.
vooo, wu uuror prunpecw oi snocees than
your first attempt. The nervous voune
v . 1.. l .1 J- : 1 o
raivii losiuu Mio wivuoi was , a surgeon,
in the army of the Union, eh, bo rjbot
snngeott of Unicu prisoners at Belle Jkle?
Bicbmond hospitals. , He says nothing
what he has done, no boasting, for the
"Wiry, trial admonishes him that silence is
healthy, though it is evident from the
twinkling of hie eye that be, too, could
boast of ?i murder cowardly (.murders
more numerous - than . all , the , rest.
may ask who the fourth man is. Yon
say he is some 'worthy Union man, of
course; but you are mistaken. It is H, S.
formerly one of Forrertij Adjutant
Generals; he who, no dTibt, has .writien
orders for the destruction of hundreds of
brave men's lives and millions worth of
,?erty. This man Jay m at thsiaad of
agency in Doth HissiasippL.tha. other
three are his awintt a praciom bfttcli
toholdJatofSces in the. Treasury Depart
ment o( the United Statet. "Were they re
pentant rsbels it would be different, but
bare they are holding, lucrative positions
under the Government they strained every
peive te ruin the same yeaomous, spite-J
lul traitors mat tnev were iuur bku.
Thete are the gentlemen who have control
tjfffwwnmeiitgirdg 1a taOT of MinUa
alppU . -
WHAT THESE AGENTS DO.
was based on cotton,
T, na--iia wnA , tK.t tha ConfndAy.
'which tha reberSoVernmeht bought of the
..nHM4j .m -' Vrv liLtl.
MIlBOUEl.J IUD11I IU K" J -
of Ihe immense rruantity bought -was ever
shipped or even removea from mo planta
tions where it was raised. When thetur
renaettook pKce.thb cotton belonging to
the rebel authorities became, of course the
ntoBBTtv of the United States, and the
iiooks showing -the amouot purcnased cf
eadi planters residence were turned tT to
our officers,' so Bo difficulty was experienced
in flnamithe cottop. Sow -tnese sgents
wore appointed by the Secretary of the
Treasury to collect . this cotton and for-
iward it W the general or supervising agent'
at Cincinnati, who held it subject te tbe
orders of the Dfparti.ent. To illustrate
the way these cffi-siala perform their duty
1 wni.lihmit1 tna fnllnarinff
Oae Very', dark night, not. very 'long
sineiCaptttth Furjrerson hired twenty-five
teams, loaded them with Government cot
tod and took jt .down' to Eastport, one hun
dred and fiflv" miles, selling it there for
thirty cents' per pound. ' There being over
fifty thousand p jiirids it wa quite an item.
f'Thls same mta, Furgerson offdred. to tell
me fifty bales . of government cotton for
thirty dollars ' per, bale, "if I would be sly
about taEiogit away vousenis own words,
L told nim juiuu . care to invest, j nit is
Hhe wat Government cotton is sent to New
York to be, diapos ad of aa the Secretary
directs. JTrom aii 1 can learn and see here
1 have no idea that out' of a hundred mil
lions worth 'cf cotton, belonging to the
United. States, enough will be realized by
the Treasury to pay the agents employed
tOCOliect U- 1 e v ci X tuma tuii
S. W. D.
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
, The third week trace the disappearance
ot Jurg. rurry, or Aavenns, develops noth
ing more as to the fate of that lady. ' -
; Tbe twentieth annual fair of the Por
taie-Couty Aerioultuml Society to'k
place on 'Wedneaday, Thursday ard Fri
day ot last week, at tne Jfatr grounds in
Bavenasw The exhibition was both suc
cessful and satiefaater-, and the days ot
exhibition passed oil without any occur
rence to detract from their pleasure and
interest. -1 he officers of the society had
the pleatim; satisfaction of seeing their la
bors and efforts appreciated and rewarded
by the interest taken in the enterprise by
u.eir ienow cmzms. ;
I In the Portage ' county Hoort of Com
mon Pieaa a judgment ot $3,500 baa been
rendered against the C. & P. K. K. in fa
vor of aa InaiyidusI who broke his leg
wbile' lumning fro-n a tnun at Atwater
station, in January 1864.
Upon the night of September 15th, the
barns or Aaron Austin and Win. VJ. Aiaaa,
of Randolph, were entered, and thi ty
fleeces of wool, valued at $70, stolen from
tbe former, and fifteen fleeces, valued at
StT, stolen from, the latter. Tbe wool was
traced to Masai Lion, where it was sold by
erne of the parties implicated in the rob.
bery, and it is pretty well ascertained that
tbe horses and wagon engaged in its trans
portation belong to xv. a. Uolton, of xtoots-
town, with wbom one of . the implicated
parlies lives. Upon .Friday last, Arthur
C. Davis, of Biudvlph, and Joseph Dou
thitt, of tfootstown,. were brought before
Justice Coolmaa, at Kavensa, by officer
Pomeroy Beed, charged with the robbery.
' The 104th Ohio Band gave a concert at
iiivenna on rriday evening last.
I A cocvention of the wool growers of
tioraia county met at isiyna on Wednes
day of Jast week, and organizad by appoint
ing:B..Baker Chairman,. and J Ij. Fisher
Secretary. .. After discuteing : at some
length the necessity of a permanent Wool-
erowers Astociatioo, a committee, contist-
ipg of Messrs. Houghton, Paike and John
son, was appointea to arait a constitution
and by-laws for the new- association, and
the' meeting "adjourned until Saturday,
September isutn, tliUA.ii,
! A. new stone ptvement is being laid on
Jlam street, Xiiyria.,-. , . .
I General GiUmore 'spent a'few days in
Lorain county last week, arriving on Tues
day and leaving on Friday. His object
was tA nag a vi&it-to hia ! , -wfew 1 1
side m Jhariestou, in that oountv.
' An affray occurred on Thursday sight
ot jmi weea in toe store ot tf onn AiOUX, in
Sheffield, between John Stonder. of Avon.
and Jacob Railing, of Sntffijld, in which
e former was stabbed in the tide by a
pocket knife. . The wound could not have
been a serious one, as Stonder welked home,
inree quarters oi a mue, after receiv
ing it, and is now recovering rapidly.
running eacapea ana nas not been seen
I A mass meeting was to have been held
in Oberlin last evening to take vigorous
measures against the sale of liquor In that
piace. 'A oecau lor toe meeting states that
$00 barrels of whisky and ale are sold in
Oberlin annually. .
j The dwelling house of Mrs. Ann Lucap,
a widow lady, residing in Avon, was de
stroyed by fire last Thursday morning,
about i o'clock. It was undoubtedly the
work of an incendiary, as two unsuccessful
attempts had previously been made to set
it on are. The family were aroused from
their Slumbers by the fire; which was set
on the roof of the . wing, and - had made
such progress as to render all attempts to
extinguish it unavailing. The goods were
removed from the house with but slight
damage, but tbe Ion will be severely felt,
aa, since ui nrat attempt to ourn it no in
surance could be procured. Tbs family
are highly intelligent and universally re-
epecteu, anu n? person Das any cause to
gratify revenge or injure the family in the
teavni uegroe. - t ' " -
! At tne: dose of last week 692 stuients
Dad been recorded on the books cf the
treasurer of Qberlin College, for the pres
ent term, being 109 more than the. whole
number in the fall term of last year! The
gentlemen . are in excess of the laditi
to the number of 100, and 2j0 of tbe whole
bnmber present are new students,
i Mr. Terrell has vacated tbe hotel at
Oberlin, and Mr. D. P. Merwin, its new
purchaser, takes possession. '
. The Ooerlia Musical Union, at its regu
lar meeting last Friday evenioe. adonted a
pew constitution, and elected in accerdwee
With it tbe following "effijert : President,
Prof. O. H. Churcb ill; Seer. tary, O H.
Pond J : TreasnreT, . W; Keyes ; First
Chorister. John P. Morgan; Second Chor
ister, G. W. Steele. The Union-proposes
to give a concert at the close of this term,
when it will present the oratorio of the
Messiah. From the proceeds of the Com
mencement concerts it. ha purchased tor
its future use ao .eight-hundred dollar
Grand Piano, of Chickering't manufacture,
Ah unosaal amount of tickness is preva
lent in Oberlin at present mainly fevers
and dysentery, and largeiy among youtg
Children. .. , , ,,
The Sabbath School library in Oberlin
contains seven hundred volumes.
W. Gimore Simras has returned to the
Harper concern,, and is dividing his time
between editing the Columbia Phoenix, and
writing war sketches for the magazine,
The pirate Semmet is described by a
Kveign lettex writer as a cheap, rheumy
looking man of about flfty-flve years, tha
only expressive feature about him being
nose, which must have cost a great deal
money to bring to its present bright
ruoy coior. - neneitner courted nor avoid
observation, . was- traveling alone, and
had liftle conversation with any one.
A. good story is told of George Law, the
New York financier, in connection with
Morton PeWs party. Some one re
marked to Law that be thought the fuse
that the newspapers were making over tha
European capitalists was very unnecessary.
It is no wonder, however," said l aw.
It has been ao bard to catch any of them
during the past four years, that we may
make much ado oyer them now that they
caught at our bait." ;
A live Ur i. ri paper, entitled the Henry
County -Sigrjii, ha ju:t been stnrtcd atNa.
po'leoa by George EwlTOy, Zsq.
FALL AND AVIiNTER
Wt haU pffer on Monday, levi.
an enormous ttock of ' ' ' 1
I AUTUMN DBE3Sa300DS,r , ( ,
Oomprtsvuo - twenty Hoe-- tomart& meets
of the ehoxcest designs and most superior
' I The prices are marked cn- Vi basis of
would now cost from ten to twenty per cent.
' 's. i. sXLv ytiit i col
il ) V
Among the Dress Goods which toe shall
open on Monday, ice invite special attention
to tne exnimxun: of. wool Meps.. JLmpress
Cloths, yelours, $nxcmy and t artan Plaids,
trench tlaid Poplins, ' Crape Melange,
Chene Melange and Huddertficlds.
i r 1 i 4 7 1& I,ALI WUTJl CO
To the Shawl Department 'attention ttn
sited, as ve offer about - twelve hundred
Wool Shamls.taisley Scotch find American,
Real Paisley and French Cashmere, and
Wiany others. J or, sale by Vie package or
ml retail. js. J. HALD WIS tc VO,
I.JJ , JS. 1. BALDWIN CO.
L frill open on Monday,. September 1&IA,
opmplete stock of
j BMBBOIDEKIBS ANDIiACBS,
rKovelties in Innen and Poini Gaze, Linen
and Valenaennt, LvhcA Cumbnt and Ltun
H-mbroidesed, Liace 'Jxtgtngs, Late Hand-
kerchiefs, Cambric Trimmings, Real
French Bands, exquisite patterns, Black
ympore ana -inreaa 'lrimmings.
' 'mr nooicn jjevarment will De com
plete on Monday,- -Hrptember lBth, after
which we shall offer an .enormous stock of
OL Ol'Ef, CASSIMSRE3, BEAYE&S,
, LADIES CL0AKINOS,
A WOOtt BLANK'S TS.
WnZIB ADD COLORED TLAKXEL3,
; FAXOY FLANNELS.
, Ihese goods may be obtained in the job
tang Department and alto mt retail.
. . -E. J. BALD WIN A CO.
, . E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
Will offer tn Linen Goods, . on Monday
LINE1T DAMAiES, BS0W2T AND
, BLEACBED, .-!.'- i ::.
LINEN CL 0 TS3, NAPKINS, D 0 TLIE3
LINEN 8 BEE TINGS AND PILLOW
I JjJJSICJSlS, -
fnd full stock of other Linens of the cele-
arnica, manes OJ " w-
: DUNBAR, DICKSON i CO.,
I RICBARDbON SONS t OWDEX.
t ' ' ""'' '' '" '- ' ' "'
The immense sales of Mournina Goods
since the opening of our Mournina De
partment has induced us to still further en
large tne stock, ana we shaU offer on Mon
day morning, a very choice line of Mourn-
4, vress aooas. Crapes, Handkerchi'fs,
diM,urwuxTtG9, antes, c
": ' E. I. BALDWIN k C.
!;"' ' B. I. BALDWIN & CO.'
Will open, Monday, September 18M, '
( JS CASES AMERICAN CALIUOES.
new designs. Also American DeLaines in
choice styles at Wholesale and Retail.
OXE THQVSAND DOZFN FALL AND
!-!-' WINTER HOSIERY
toill be on sale Monday. September ISA
Including all qualities tn Wool and Merino.
Also two hundred dozen Boys and Misses
i E. L BALDWIN 4 CO, -
kcUl offer 500 dozen.
i . . empress kid gloves.
newauium colors, atone dollar per pair.
j The salts of Dry Goods for cah exclu
sively end at" f ne Frice," astonishes the
adherents of the old f&ihioned credit and
many priced system but the people like it
especially when accompanied bit prices 10
ro 25 per cent below, those of the creoit
houses. We have tested this system of
uOne Frice" (haHng all our goods market
in plain figures) for many years, and find
our rales have more than gvadrupled since
its adoption- With a stock of goods unsur.
passed by any in the country we propose to
Offer to our patrons vus season inducements
fiot obtainable elsewhere.
B.L, BALDWIN k CO.
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I ... r JlKADHiiLlS, TX. '
gOlALBNDAB FOR 1865-66 : Wedc
V day, Bop tea, tier wjth, Sal ,Itre opena.
l-'nrtday, January 4t. Winter Term ooeria. e-rf.
nruufwiav. sjmtce-m ner Miin an ieipaa .in..i
day,- March sotk. Wmtee- i.rra eiom, Uondev.
apru ad,otiio Term opeaa. Tnmedaj,, Juna
wwi opuog leraicioete. vommcneema. t . -. r.
- ooanon neannrai, neaithrnl, andeaay oracceea.
Idbrarles. aabtnata and aifparataa aananali aa-
taoliya and V.ia.bla. A new Boae-dina a.il. aut
iwiuy rt,,, famiaoea voortu, lor tne acooenmoda-
aiou oi one nuacrea eiaaenu. noarulitc Irom ihr,
to fdnr aallara par week.
'""aiee coemaenotnft ta'In and wreak will be
wrmea at tne Beginning 01 ta- 1- .11 Term.
. . . TIHIjtJja T, '
"""-'X ' 8learTof tn. Keeeltv.
t A MEETING, OF : THB STOCK
J EOtitiaaHaftfaaBaany Fain OH Oonpanj
Win be held at tna offioa of tha O. mpany, on Mon
day, October x3d, 1866.. On object of the meeting
ia go decide whether Dlnotore at all spend th.
monrf on nana, or ta i tna liaaee and divide what
kepvytM ' ' - eeereary.
niHE FIBM OF HUGHES, DAVIS &
J. BOUKIFCLLERis tbla day diiaoleed by tha
w.tndrawel of Wa. BbckeMter. who retina tor
tna purpeaa of aasagtaa la a different DOaineag.
i - , . .. 1, A. HUUBSS, .
i-"-; ' H-KuVKATELLBS.'
I OlaTeland.eeptemberlS " Mao." t. .. , ' .
fpEE UXDEBS1GNED, HAVING
JL pnrchued the enttr Intereat of Wm. Roekefel
Ibf in the firm of Bnikea, VaTl. A Rockefeller, will
continue the beelneae at thoina-ne plaoa, Hog S3,
aa, ef an" aa, w.w. . wiuw uatwut atrept, ft B
der the name vt Hughes a Pavli.
. .-' - ' f a, 'Huetnts, ;
- . -- - " h, a. is,y:a. -
CleTeUn'T, 8-ptemherlS, 19fo. erplS-yra
SE1TD $10 BY MAIL TO TOWN
8IND, Neirg Dealer, Headrille, r , ahd te
oalTa the belt ' . , ;
Bap of tbe rcnoalvnajia Oil Sctrlona,
FrM,byinatt. i., - , aepZl
"pINB APPLE. CIDEB. '. .
Dr.' Talbot'a Pina ": Aimle Cider,
' :; ' ' -" Utortaleey ' " - - '
''""' BUSOEII'I. BB0THB1. J -
tm vatarie iuwU
WHOLESALE AXD SIT1IL
t T f
; '.'- tit -'-f . m t-M 1U. t:'
; i i i i at n . iul i j'l .- t.
I I . -..";" wVi '.ill in n'l
I. P. SHERWOOD'S
-' - ; : r
I The Tenant extenerra aatttioeo) aad Imoroar-
ma.u, bath la our wltaviaala aa4 atalau uepa.t
nieaai, t .wether art: tna oomprete aaaoi tgaeut e
eacn, m.kef tnio bonae now mnch the igrgeat aad
fat ezteaelve ofany la tha city Th aapna'
deerd ladre at la tbe bw laaaa. both WLOie ale and
retail, together with not qoaied feoiltrtee, variant
ne In tayug that we can end wll eel' gooi.gthrrna-
theootDt 9 ataaoB, at tea flioea eaai anj oteaur
Honee la Ihe trade.
' .' .'. 4 .' j.i; i
ui i l i? -J
ladies Dress Goods
I ' ' ' '! , - - -i . i in :
'Tha aaortraert la ayeMliitlw quantity-, qaaUiy
andvariati, aad eoaprJaaaia paat .. : , ,, ,j ,-
FRENCH POPLINd, ",, " ., l Jj.
; X FBENCH C ASSIMERE3,
j - PLAID 4 PLAIN ALPACAS,
And. fn fact, a l klaaof a-aaeaaMe Pma raariea.
boaght tjefore the recent advance, and will an told
la Black and Faacv wehare the arrateat TaHeO
eyer raowa ia thie market, with a full line of
' UlIULESALKl DEE TAIL ,
Wa woaM pmrtieaTV7 m0 tit ttaatl of tk
trttde to this brftuoh t th ba lavs, u w ha
obUtnd the most compatont AOotc aad i
prnpuetl to All H ot-Iot. bf tk otit7 or oth
rwUr, at tbe boriMt notaM ad ai-UU tovtait
VUOLKSALE AND BETA1L
This Department ta now fall of every varletrof
, emaTcable gooda la lie nna. ana wa wonia eep.
.i.tl invl a the attention a' kferoBaota ad Mtill
nrra, and tha pah ic geaeraUi, to tit examination.
OUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT
i Embces avrythlaafn Us tine, from thockeapeat
I wool to taoruaeat r.nwy. , . ,
HOSIERY DXPABTHEXT. :
A fnll line of esTir nail of EoffH'h and Ger
man Hom, partiiolarly adafited to tbo City Wade.
Alio a tan Dice ia um odmox ifartaaaa.' .
We have a Try fall itock of tbeee jrooda. of onr
own lm porta ton, pa .4 fnr In roM at S3o rremlaa,
and i 1 9il then at wholeaie or retail. 15 pe
oa&. MM inta nj aifiar .wotua ia xiortaera ua9v
Bed det a rery xtoMlv Tmriaty of
CloaklflKV Kepellaais, Broad Cloths,
JSjvera, Jokio. ttuilmeretyAft. ,
Wo tha anttra proiiet4 of two Woolaa
III la, hi a were aoatraetod 1-r earijr 1b .magnet,
and will eaablo m to oar ooetuBeri an advan
tage ol 26 i-r oetit , ibeirbv oatlBw ally 60 p r
cent, tn their ponhaees, either vholotalo or retail.
We wonld InTtto tbaattentjoa ot the trade ta oar
,Uaei Goettgr, trlera Utwgie, I ' '
'. Doy Ilea, TuwellBar. iTrfaebee, ate.
Of oar own rmportetlea, p.ld fjr In gold at S'et
p,eminm, and will be gold g6 per cent, aafler tbe
nraal prloee, among whfob ataeplendtd Irieb Lia
eat at SO oea.., cheap at aeata, aad avarre id
proportloav. i - : . . i f-.'.
: i. j
White & lace Goods
Of theee go. dt ve hare a fall aaeortetert la -'
CAMBRICS, " 1 ' "' "'"'CV7"
. TAPE CHECKS, , t
" - " 8WI33 MULLS,
LINEN LAWNS, '"V . .'i-,.- .
s - , . . CAMBBI0 LAWN 3, .
Of all dtaarlptloEa, frost Linen to tbo rtchottTotnt
' The graateet Indiomrate will be effered to tho
Trade In tbis ltepertia.nl, which .'w a fnll
BleaeUea and Biwwat UeeUatra,).;.
1 ' Ttegia mnm Stripes,
pron ayaawcwia, - j ,c
. sTIaaaela aVtm4 Uraaey r;
''" tyewlma, attx,
And In no east will wa bo andenold.
r NOTICE TO DEALERS.
We now occopy three flo m, ftHotly for JobMaU,
each 100x10 fe-t, which mekao thie honee the lar
goet in toe city, and ve can show lecher variety
or goo e to the general trade tbaa eny other aoaae
la tne atate, aa at tee preiena sitae we wuieeu
mnch nnfer Baet-ra prto-e, t a-hiee tee attea
twa el the trade U eepecaelly Invited f
L P. SHERWOOD,
'CLEVELAND, O. .
The Bradburj Superior New Scale
1 POPULAR1 tMANO IM THIS
ro !-- tit t v , rl !--.w i i-Ci :-
8SEIT WESTEE3T BOOX?, 19? Chtarlo Street, CletelaBd, Ohio..-
- -" ...... .
UatTDfaotured in New York by Prof. WM.' B. BBADBUBY, the World's Favorite
Composer and Conductor of Music, who now er joys the wide reputation of making
much tbe best Pianovali.t))ings considered, on thig Continent.
Set?" N. B. We have a specious, well-furnished Room, devoted exclusively to a full
aaaottment of the Bradbury Piano. Also, other spneious Rooms filled wita a great
variety ol Pianos from rtlier good and reliable makers; all constituting thd mcst com
plete assortment oi fiee-Pianoe be found in the West, -.,--- - ; '
t naruajl and see them Mfore purchasing.
J. R. S HIP H
ill 227 SUPERIOR STRKET, , .
Haying enlarged their Store, with- a view
preaer.1 large business, beg leave to inform
-J w VIT vnw I IUJ UID
LAB8E8T " ASH; MOST
BVEB BE FOBS
We would callbspeeial attention to our largo Stock ef, ''-,:t .-i.-i
' VELVETS AN "RIBBONS.
"Which We have jusi rcfeiyed from Auction,
TRIMtt'D VORKw DRESS CAPS, FLOY ERS I OfJfAl,IENTS ,'
,oi... --' CONSTANTLY
' BiltettUlf the" favor of an early call, we have' no nesitaHoh'in Munni ' - V. ,
that for Style and Value1 our Stock is unequalled,.,-,,, . ,. . , uln. or mewdi -.
III W1W I'll M.liilUBWJE-Bg'J
OF - rPlA"NCiS;"J
AND .BETAIIi BT,
E R D : CO.
to connect the JOBBIJSO TBADE to their
tbeirerd pair at. I aad Ihe public in. general
CABEfULLT. SELSCTE1 jSIOCX
tw-rr; 'o M
BBOUSHT TO;- THIS lrAT.TtT"
jA.full BrCckotT' ,-V ;
!ri.d t-- T tW
ON HAST." t"' ' "
"rj t at
.... . X J
,E, R H E I N H & I M E R j - ? j
Oris Trlctv' CIdthtDg' House.
J WHOLESALB AND BETAIL. :'
. - - , , j9g .npe,,, ntjf,, "
WOULD AN NOUN. B TO THE
pnbllc that he hai a mil lino of Clb'hing or
trie own maoafaclaie and of tha tet material, now
oaaaed. . . , ? L. . .
Farticalar atteawa is called to tha ataaaaa
tvre aid style of i ar work- We emp-oy aooa bat
tkw beat of wnrkawn, and- ee nothing tot
tbo oe-t of Trlmnrlnga In each end every
garment, fatbllrd, from uptrienoe, that tbe peo.
pla of thl Tljiaily need notblag bat flrtcle.e
work, we tbefore offer no gaetern e'ot. obopgoodt
tooar enatcmen. bat rayerrtan a- of onr ewa men.
nlaotnre, made and trimmed equal to tha beat dia
tom work. ' ,
Onr-CCST H PEfaRrMEHV fa oarr tha
oanrajeot Sr. BVK SCaB, a Cutter of Ateea yewra'
e perl. do. In the beet .Mew ) 01 k Hoaa.e, and we
oan tmthfnlly pay that ha h.a to equal in thie
oMy, aad we defy ay Boaaa la tf a dip to tarn
out a garment in tbo etjle end Snieb-of enra
-Oen clemen in want of Int claaa garmeota'wttl
bee Sad a fall eeoortment o rrench and Eng ten
Beaeen, Tneota, Braadnlotba, fjaseimereo and
leetiogt or all deelrabie ahad.p and noyeltiea. .
Remember that we do BO Jockeying hualncia,
have eat HNS tmoE. and eell at low Sitna.
we mannfaotufo our oan good pap ao maau
faclnrar any profit, cooeeqoentl J we caa ea.e twen
ty per cent by eo doing, the binett of which wo
Olre u a call, and yon wlU be.aati.atd that this
m .u. i aw, ana mat we aeAt honorably by ail,
.eeglo b5 i.tri
gOLDIERS AND CITIZENa,
Wa have tha plaararaof annotin&g tho reea.pt
oi aa oatutMy aawasuca.wi
, GE.YTLEUE.YS CUTUL(i,
tLIGiHT CA8SIMIEK COATS, eonafitlng of
8A0KV '- " .
EN6LIS3, ' '
lr.r.,., .WAUilH0,"AsS .. . , ,
.... -., uz -:-. bw sTTLia ow .'.:. -: i,
CASSIUBBE AND BILK MIXED BU1T8.
3 . i
BXAUTirDIi 0TtL1t3 Of
PANTS, AND YES T SI
i ii -
alto, a largo aaeortment f
r-i. ' i .-. . - -i ,i ... i .1- .
-l'i!v-!J ri'. .fv.--i . .m i,.(5;si r ...,.
Fancy Neglige Shirts,.';':
; ' Dndet ClotheB", Socks,
Sa8pender8, Neck Ties, -.
Z i Brown & 'WMte.Ittneia,.-.
: : ; Shirts, Collars, &&
; . . .. 0CB Sio'Ji or
tVTLb K 80T.ll LES3 THAU COST, ta make
room tor FaU and Winter Gooda. ...
tn-'Jaii and examine onr gtocfr. '' - ' '
, UaVis, rmoTTO & ro.' -
OAK tlALlV OLOlHINU BaiN.RIDM. "
Jylfl.- . qoej Walerauo -aapMctor eta.
TDSf BBCEIVED AND
oxhibltioD. a tanre atooa of
tAXVI JAd6ItlliKK4,i i ..! . -.' t V
BLACK DLUH A BttOWN BIOtnOLOTrr, -'
Black tsirjrtsoi BiiiatrTa.
KVlRBTMllili tKliB. ,, 1 j ,,
aJli i m uorT najL
, fihSCi ASuPRAB HtLfENS,'" J
' - - "1L10MS ANUjIaTARN ukir.T
WAQ JHOAjiyAd 1-ttll.Ld, . , - , . ., 1 , a 0
If srehant Tailors. eai.tr Her, h.nU.n Xnn'm.
gsle bnyere generally ,-wil! And It to their adren-
tagoao oiaailiai m) atock baton parckMingetoe.
where. , , .. .. . , , .. . s HAMN, . .
S 1 162 Bnperior It. opp. Bank rt
JEFF. Da VI3 HAS BEENICAUGHT,
o Tbo waa to now about piajed out, .,"
wreat onanga nave net n wrocgnt,
J Out gallaar boye aro oomieg nonva J'
en anavm bob boob e-uigan. . . . . - j
Fiaaaat hntaat now huig yoar baaaer, out,, ,
Hnaaal hoaaa f let all the people ehout,
9 he wv the re.el chief wag caught t
n- 'lo laaohablelndord). r i
, e tried to ran ia peitlooata. , , '
But he did not luooe-d - ' - ' 1 '
Boaaa 1 hnaaal hanw aH yoar bannoro oat, -'-'
donTiiaTu baa been oanghttot ayery ono now
ahont. " - - - , . . -. , . r
Our bays did think It very etranga,' '
A woman eboatd IdliO't 1
With a great bowie-koKe la-haad, 6.1
Pntil tbey aw hla leet,
..' Haemal hnaaal oubxyo hara got gooit goime.
. . 'Twtgt gaiter hoeg and atogy booty they know
tha diaereaoa. - -i
Oh, arlnoliae, we think yoa flsa, .
i For yoa ooold not onoenl (;
Tee flying rorl Preeident, ' 1 - ' - ; - " '
wemt-iiia enow nta neet.' i v., -- i - .
si fioaaal huaaaj tbere't nothing half so flaw
, to abow a foot and ankle ofl, lk wa raited
Towrdayo era oaarbered aww, old JetT,
Tow Barely aanuot kooe.
Or have a bettor end in view, '
- Tbaa the ot d of a atow roea. t -i ; . . V
i.enawa f- bnfma I JeaT Daeia haa ao ghoo ;
... Ia gattong np nU big aoconnU, Jut keep hi
', crime, in view.
The boys who oaaght JefTfoTlj, I ' "'
WoU wetopmoooe and all, . .'
And treat them to a Ann new an It -
At ISAACS OvlON HALI.I "' '
r Hnaaal hnaaal fling the atarry baanereat,
r Omrga but bays TTiIng kima. lei all tbo
: f?Plc about. , f . ,
Tbo Largeet and Beat Stock of taehloaeble
(nothing tn tho West, at tho Lowort Prioee, at -
Iaaao A. Isaaos's Union Hall.
Agency for the eale of Slngar'g Celebrated Sow.
ataohinee. Storr'a AntoDi.toa Prauman. .n,r
Btroag'g Patent Army Trunk and Bed Combined.
uor. enpenorand unioa atraalg, .
tionk out for tbe Olent. b
OIL COMPANIES, &C.
EXCELSIOR 0!L WORKS.
Boekefeller ft Andrews,
oooaaeors ta Anarewa, Olark Co., Kuafactar.
CAEBON OIL' v
Benzine and LnDrlcatlxir Oils,
M.a-wwuiiaaji - auoHavaADagWer
OFFICBBoom Bo. 4. Bextoa'a Black. Merwt.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
. if OB THB
' ar i
- !. ij 11- -.Ml
annn iiinnriiiA. i a
HI BCPESlOa STUEET,
t. - a itABas- lot or
SPENCER I A 1. CdpyBOOXS,
' J(5'ew Edition,)
.'-OUST, RECEIVED. i
.. . Eketeh Books.
PENCILS, GILLOTTS PENS,
SLATE-1, ARNOLD INK.
RUBBER, ; " UBAWINQ PAPIB,
And all other Articles of Stationer naif
in schools at
COBB, ANDREWS & CO,
P?-MI dt .rrpKRyf.w. arrRp-wr
BOOKS & STATIONERY. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
IjEW FIRM ' ., .. , .
POPE & HAINES.
( occmaort to HOHk POPg.l
Wholesale end Befall Grocers,
,ioj tu tABIO HTBEET, Cleveland.
WB now offer for Bale oua of tha I.pm.1 ..I ft a
aorWd Mucks of hrocriee aver .Sored (a this
m.inei, oonatatingor Sugar, leas, Cotfe,
npicea, line, aVs.. dk . and ,.
-- is'.- wmvm aotioB. aa wa nave
cur agent in New Tork attendiag to onr Interna
tnero aad baying exdoalreiy for caah.
. augiriaio fors S) HAINIS.
JiiAxlJiijiiN, WILLlAMd a JU,
auBd AUver, ajad 1 auMt sa Mewataw
, Etreotav ,-,..- i
are new receiving from new York and Bow Or.
'Psa a iarj, gad shoioe supply at
tt'oereee, rjtsxjtrw, " J Tteret, '"-'
Uio, -" e. Uleaoe, V y. a jam,
i,TVJ " " B""alJ1 .. ,". a Llyeva,
Bba, Onuhed, '- Jaoan,
f tnaaantra, , eraauiaMdV . ;. ljaperval, 1
va.-aco, Powdered, Colcng.
Ooffee, A, B, U 0, TWurarfj
TOBACCU AND 8IGAE3, ' : .q
ia gaat variety. , - - , t
fcOSD COFFBKS, PKPPiUl AH1 ' .
6PICE8. MOLASSES abb 6 rKtr?3t'
Vblab Uery oCar to the trade at vary low rata, -'
. Viavtiacd Mannlaotarad articlea at llao!at. .
""'- laAOBOfW. WHiLIAKISAalO.
S. Li S HOTTER CO.. i "
' ; (oocaaaoae ro S. H. Lrma,) A
Wholesale end Ketail (irofers.'
i-PBODlCB : AND COMMISfclOIl .-"
MBKCHANT3, . - . , -
For th. t. en . . ...
' " - , wrain, Deaaa. retafoaga
beaaa, Fork, Butrer, Efa, Lard. Drhtd '"'"
Mrrwu itreet, CieTelAod. .
mrh- RJ , v .
pkbuLAMATION-,1, Jfgux Njccila,'
L h.riff or Cnyah ga County, hK do bar. by
'cctora.l Hid Cnty; Js i
Tueeday, th. luiA day of Oorober, A II. ISeS. la
iltedey .pelab-d by la for holding th. Oee.reJ '
kleeilon-ia the Ste e of .hl,at ahx lira ta-y ,
will agvmbt- at taelr aeve al pleoM of holdhic
tkotieoete taatr reapoutiia tewnehtpo aad warde.
... pio eeo, oi o.i.'ot,io vote lor tho tbbowtna?
aiare and Leant trine, re, to wrt :
One Oo.ernor. One Llearenanl Oovernor, Two
Jadfieaof the U mne Conn, t ne State lreaaurer.
'n A'.tovmv Gfaew.tOn. ui n . '
Oi.e Clerk of the iapiw b,a.t.0na Ale a bar of
the B ard of Pur-Eo Wcrta. '
T.e.-urer, Oae Picswating Aitomey, lino Countr
OcmeiM ton. r, I ae terser .. ., .7" I
,!l'-u''d'. h- - the Court "one., te tho
D.Iw S,b ut "mbar. A. '
rea-ftjVSf ' ' L' frrit lt WTrWg. (ihWlff. '
AUABDlAN'd BALE. In pursuance'
Vt of en order of the Prah.c n. i.
tb. tyuutp of Ca ahbt., la tbo otata of Oat.. I
will anl at nubile yeodaa, at tha dcor of the Court
Honee la the city of Otevotand, oa the 30th day of
SlL".'' ',tW " " " H . th. cowing
deorlld real ..uie, to alt- f float, la the Town. '
Baron Bie)ok9a,aa ,l3oantyiuiyehoa,v)ah
and decrinl folowe: b-ing aabdlviuoo kTl
81 and W of f. B Klliot'.wbd v1.Tpwi'
ofhMg Inaad Ulaswd BrooklvaTo.h
Ing on nry atreet. Bald lot 31 oouuuaa 1C1U0
acrea, and lot 3. aatalna g S0.1C0 aereaT I
1 V'T?0""" h ' d on day of aafo."
In one year, and ono-thlrd ra two yeara.
eecaredby arortgegooa the premier, with inttrutt ,
payable aimual.y. bU K. alttHia, '
.llLJHi JOJI JB, . . , .,
IfatlaBgiB and Botaffl JJaalet It '-'
lirl) Tela, fiPniMs ud Olpptnra
-'- C " A ... ; j
oa ?. B. ri. 'le . Alao, OSoa aad lard
. at IccUd a, t. cowirg. Ooaloiga
Bxcw.at .inallty tat '
rnAia, a;, ubatih, utovis.
Owed or Horua liJa Aiao, AiTHBAOII OOa ti '
large aramaUevMBt Ilea, . . .. -OrderB
retDeotroll v aclta-ted and amnnlh .m-.-
tat Oonl tor amltUla. karat aonotantip oa bona.
O W M 8 E N D, - - - ,
fruit, Coifectioierr A lews Bekr,
Agent for the CLETILAID LIADIK. ' .
gepll BeadyiUe, F(b