mm- x t," "For Bali," "to. " Woea,"
PbawoV "Boera!,"1 c, not esosediii, FOPB
UIH net, li os iaserttd a (W Colusa ewes far
25 Veil M ad acoserfi, MIGHT HUMS, M
rnK ' ' -
1A LOST. If the gentleman who
$11 aickd una aiubill on th.- XIn-nun street car,
orou KiuMu.n .Urol, will mltiru it U tliia othce, be
will fx8 rcwarcV 1 for bis troubv. ocU:.j)
LOST Oa Superior it, on Saturday,
Pantr-. -nt V Fnrkot Book. CCtjUioir ft SOUM
moner, with valuable papers of bo value to auy one
koi the owner. A liberal reward will be paid to
the Under bv Lariccit et the Leadk rftice. s.349
upufinn Will Ka n&iii bv the
V' Boerd o!" -duration ot thiscliy. for the arrest
lo:h iofct.. uamiiic the -uid ,teeLii.g e ve-
T fIS3IS61PFIFLANTATIOiJ L1SD.
The sr. bcnbr, n'tien or mitstsirpf, W eo
naatriTnlwitti mitaw ol Ihe most vaitmblt d nttkn
lt!i'is in St i a. He Is aim) 1 ni Ur with the e ob
ject ot titica, botu triors tli wir ana omkrlhe
(inflations rihiD0 ant at it. llmfjutr nuidnd orti
dnricfft lerast iwj years tnaosily io th'scitr), wd
b"ogo turwue frvelrom the taint ot itirltr, k
ctt-r-i iw.riMl r.d BmfMriitDKl cervices lu ttKwe
dtircuB o! snrchMinir lan ! ii th South. Ibe-e
lauds hut bow be bomrht at a acersJMKviLT. bow
1 1.( be, oi present a tula lor lnvtitiueut ol a pet or
a-d o-i proiit. At inio'iuatioa given. Addrce.
SAratnn (iuiLUmi n's TriiTpJinir Truak, tH
all otber vanetii-s, oi oar owa n.Knutaclure, Jwa
on hand. HAJiSUAJL,- WAIKUSS, 11 burtor
FOR SALE OIL A. line lot ol Fetro-
- learn Buraina (Ml. et tbe factory or vv.
CI I1.U. onCenlral Vav. aepSllW
EOB BALK A beautiful Gothic Cot
Uk. DfsrlT new. In god trrir. SnppUe
troughont Willi hot ul cAi water, bth, ter-
cloit(.t. Ac. T.oatL.n on l.hke t.. BenrCtlDtOQ FrtrK.
Iniuln of J. K A U. 1. IkiHtUSOLL, Jllbupenoc
XJOU8B AND LOT FOB BAUt IM
XX BKBEA. Will b aold chop. Thnta nn
oeparlDiutr tor Uermani ur otnerv aeeironf 01 txia
Cdtior their childrea st the achoulfl of tiert, Dd to
obtain a borne at email figure. Addre P. O. Box
Berea, or "Ji" ijtAtiu Ulhoa, eiand Ohio.
ZlUT STAVES AMD HEADING.
The nndenlgned keeps oonstontiy on band n
iieadrng, at the loweat market pial.Vi:Z.j
near Ulorelana 1 oledo luuroaa aepok
All oraieri prvniDllj lUltd and latlslaoUon war-
rremoet. O ierW4
-IXfANTED ROOM AND BOAED
IT wiih a nrt clan private familr, tor man and
....... H.n rjfttnl Hlipm here are but !ew
or tiootlier boardela. Addro.1 "BtiaDia," LlilTB
t-'lhce, C'leTfland. oct3 J e
ANTED TO KENT A neat com
11 modion house for a mall family on the Wert
Side, iua reipciaMa localitr. on r near a street
rwlr.ad. Address "t'.O.H." Ihisotlice. ecl3:Ji2
GENILKMAN CAN FIND
private familr, atEo. 12Hickoi
1 TANTED TO BENT OB PUB
t CBASK, A DWELliiMO HODSK. Wanted
toreutagooj comfortable dwelling, for which a
Ttnt in ixcerdiog suuiper aanuiii wui re it. u
Mwuinn tnl hjul SLiuetime this :allorwoulJ li
inhnv a res dence worth from aid ixo to $La.otJU, wi h
ca.h. Adfc'reis H. N., Drawer ivi. oct:20
WAHTI respectable won
T uarse for aUttlegi'l, 18 mcii'hsol.l.
.nrl l.iAd reClWl meil 1atl" nS TOS nir-
1. niatot agouti home t-nlwat.-s. lri:h ueod ut
wpplr. AddreiS Jim. P. 0. W., Kockpjrt, Coyslioga
WANTED A "Warehouee for an
bnsiuesl, AddreUlIi, Lkam Office.
WANTED Immediately, flret class
Bricklayers, for whii It I to M :2i lr day will
Vpaid. i'AlltlUK UKBV, u. w 1. nif. ran-e UaU
-ackof Calhi-lral. tiofrior st. c-':.l .
ANTED Three first clats coat ma
kers at 121 Baxkst. A. K 1 KAltH. t.??.':?
U ANTED 1,000 AGENTS To can-
U Tim for Mi. Krt newwoik, 'TETTIOT-ICUM
V. MA6BV PAPKIi.," pabiislu-a by It. AV. Carroll
. Co. Tbts bock OiU-t hurts a larter circulation thna
nor boofccTer eold by aubvcripliuu. owiot? tol oiif
iiialUy and humor. 1 here it no .miiur wo; ; in t:r
rteld, to tl Rt frrrits will find th.f glorinn? 'Tpor
tnuity it ihfy embrace it soon. This work to rritit
fd, ensravtl and be and in the hinh'St srylr of tl.
art, Mod cod t ms AM pssof wni-wr1t'- ms'ter.
Plliciprs will Btte tli-'tr expeiifDce, and name
thitr fircit, cond and (bird cii'iico a. to U-ni'orj'.
Tbey my eitbfr ed for circulars, or, if fiey Trinh
to cotnmftiOB at oooe. iuclose tl,-6 lor order book
ad J for saiuvle bovik. V give the hir.-,t t.rR
ofa'T nonse iu America. o cb.rgrti lor boTf8 or
ireiKhts, aud exclusive rigbts iuvmi aa to territory.
AddrM jcKl'd U Ti'TliAM & CO., to. .cortT
JTourth and Via t-t... Oinciunti, O.
. B. A i.rl Ageit t aauud m erery State oi
tne l7uloa. Bepc .2MiAW
W A TJD TO SJL A great bar-
gaire, or e chance for rercbaodlte, 1G0,(X!0
worm or valuable r.i twtatotn in'oi. fortar
thr p-Olicalars. addru m J. AlGt)liK. Mndota,
f AN XKD TO KKIST A comfortable
dwcl tne in a desirable part of the city, by
pood tuact, at a retjt not tn piif d H,(n0. loquire
oi .1 ... Art tib-ooiiu. -Tii perioral.
WANTED HEN To recei-e and fill
orders for tun lir'S cbu Hill-rriti..n tfcoka
and Enyrivi, ixc odicg the Lile aiid Tima of
ADra-atn inc Id. ly i)r. r. rircK.tt, te cml
neDtand acctfinpl.btKl hiitorlan. One Octavo Vc4
nm ol 7paB Trice from U to fc,5, accord i eg
to styles of bu-dine:. The beet 8ijgTny ot A bra
fa tm Lincoln. New beirjjj delivered to sabecribers,
giiDg ddiv rsal satis 'action. One hand red nore
m n can enjjftRf. seiiiug tuts work oancg the fall
sod winUr ontli in localf-i whfre it has not
teen introdecod. norertor.fih of similar booki bten
tuild to i.iiniiiish the smIbo: ho snDt-ri-tr a wni k. It
eale is now immeuse. ISow is the time to msk.
money ra iiUr iu lUfale, .d lrewitt. i IKKA.N
ablj-her. Main Bt.t corner of Wat.r, J-oclieaLer. M
"V AN TKD A.tention. SomeliiiDgnew.
j win sonn oy man, poRi-paia, a ocantiioi ruiii
tary Aibom, with twenty-ionr iciures of onr Dnioo
Generals, tor 54) cents. A g-.D tj wanted immediateiy.
Prire per dozen, to fig at", (3, or (1.75 prr hait-fioa-en.
Ktnd aU ortters to O. 1. UiGti, U Bearbora
Bt., ChlCttKO. B6p.:-jQ
WANTED IN FOKMATIONW. O.
l Winhebiddus. who was lately in an fncar.
rTlnm. hfaH ttM:Uted Lunifeli in Cleveliind or viii.
ty.-inoetwtetuber 11. A rowanl ot tl.MJ nil! bp oaid
lor any i'otu.Uion as to bis lKT-aloDt. He is
wtuaioaetu uiac- i roc it coat. Jar nari-ca-u
me' MwUts, hiKh-crowmd old-fnhionwl felt hat.
torn -down coUitr, bluok lk netk-i it ; about 0 yeara
ol ate, reoium tiie and aicut six fett in height,
oari, ani'ow visace, o aru unner me cinn, cut short
nab a Jaucbulj lacO ard nntteBdy walkicarins
with him a l-latk cil-clcth capei-sirk tilled with
clothimr. Address JACOB W. BOB M IDT, City
jaaniDai. mtveianu. ee-dwjaiiHwarWsfw
KAKE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
What the ptople want. Conip'et H jptory of tha
Wr, in one larve vt lume. sr-Undidly il natrated.witb
over 125 line portraits ot Generals and Battle Scenes.
"Ihe mot candid, lucid, c iniilele. authentic ard re-
liable htrterr published. It contains leading matter
egual to tnree targe ocnvo voiutvea. ana ior cir
culars aDd ste our Urois. Address J0Kd BB08. A
CO., lis Wost 'PTth st.,C1ctnnati. tH-p22:27Qjw
G. JL S. tKXbTAL D. P. $'20
A year can be realized gildirg and put
ting up tua JuiiAij u tva rL&iii,
Agenda wao-ea. ouc . -omn, ana m
strncttons cct S70. . 1UU A W.
84 Nun ntrtM-t. Mew iorl
fiFwl F-R A llt TH AR. sep9:8fl6dw
TVJoriCE All packages left at the St
Clair bt-' 11 onto, mtrc'tH'Bii'j before tbe ex
piration of 30 days Ironi tbis date, wit) fr acid at pub-
11G auction to UU.I (.'ALt-UHO. rfiu. aibpou.
Oct. 3. 252 Frcsjn' tor.
EMPLOY THE SOLDI EKS. Bosinees
men are rr qcpfte-i to apply for Clfik, Bcok
kvepcrs Port-re, llocbaDici. Apprictic-a, aad all
emploT'CS, to the Agti cy ol tnesanitar u. mi:ssi i
"No k B&uk street, where soldiers, honorably dis
charged, and well qualilit4, will be loaud w.Uiug
ana aoxtcus 10 worn.
4 lriT vrnoortlon of thf are able-bodied and
cjtperieaced tbe few who have been, by wounds or
eirRneM. onniteu lor unj wuia ubd uuuuio
riiiim nnnn tin natronnee of a lorai public. 1
tereiicea will tw lurnisue. wueu retiuirea. to
cttCAtinns are now wasweu icu mo uiuowmg, via.
1 1 Clorts, experienced, u i dry goo ?, grocery or drag
1 copyist, a nne penman.
9 Drivera, Grsonu and Gardeners ;
7 i'lrtmen orBraktmen.
2 have no trade and wi II do anrthirff :
5 disabled roen wish places as iueiigerta,eatl
Or emce porters.
Please seed in your orders ant help thee men to
Oara an uo nvmg. prij a.
69 BASK 6TUr:rr,
OctStM C--VELASP, OHIO.
A GTJSE rOBTTJNB! The Adver.
at tieer, a ChemUt of twenty-five yeare1 expert
enca, bxh ia at ope as d Amf-rica. wishing to retire
from i ha profession, will send to any pezBn rftlnable
rcci:es, irom nie use or wnicn any toons incus
young mn or womaa, with little or no capital, can
mace ircmuie nreiaay, not oniy an exceiienttiTUis,
but in a voiy short time rt alias a moderate lortune,
Address. Wltb two lUmrt fur reUiru Kcmt&aa. S. P.
HbTJT , Chemist, Boa 4eJ, fhiladftlphia
SeiftftArt MONET ADVANCED
CUU,U Vy In strut to stilt at tbe old stand and
WUOwa AtAka'B K'flS J ltJb, on pot. 11
nties ol every kiud, via: bold and Dilvt Watchea.
Ciiatuonda. bi:r Vara, Jewelry. Oiraa,' FtBtola,
i.loiiig, lrry Goods, PUnos, tLesodaocs.Midwtl ter
sr?aal property and arlicica ol vaiae, od tire most sat
isfactory terms. Bosinesa strictly prirate, Kstab
Iished 1 elfL. h .B. A variety of unredeemed IsatGa
es. Jewels, Gnna, etc, ior sale at bargain.
Offloe corner ol Water and 8 open oc s aeata, oyer
1M?1S S reixwtto viouiuic otcra.
orn J. n. a w. WAfjfi B.
General Sherman after the Accident.
General Sherman was on his way to
Lawrence uurg, xnaiana, wnen tne car ran
oif the track. After his arrival some friends
called to tee. him. Ifcey found him en
gaged with soap, water and towel. The
interview u thus described: "Gladtoseerou
gl&dtof oeyou laseassat wnai-uo- dev-
il-did-wott' come-here-for V laid the Gene
ral to tbe Senator. The Senator explain
ed the otject of tbe visit to be what I have
already stated it. The General went on to
explain that he ought to have been here
early this morning, but "the damned car
jumped effthe track last night, and came
near epillirg us out Nobody hurt. Few
women were scared, that's all and fel
low's hand bruised. - Saw a fellow nursing
his hand this morning as if he'd been hurt:
that's all. Pretty lucky. Couldn't tell
DAILY, TB1-WEEKLT Tf EELT,
C-ETE-AHD I.EADKB fOMPlST.
IUE3DAT. OCTOBEB 3, 1865.
Only One More Week.
The election occurs on Tuesday, October
16ih. It is to day Tuesday, October ia.
There remains to us but one more week of
labor before) the election transpires. In
that time there a : much to be done. The
campaign has thus far been devoid of any
great interest and excitement, and unlees
the organization of the party be complete
and perfect in every township and ward
thousands of Union voters will neglect to
come to the colls. There seems to be
great danger that this work of organiza
tion will be neglected, especially on the
Reserve. Lulled by a fancied security, our
friends are letting precious days pass with
out doing the most essential work, iney
are bo sure of victory that they are in
daneer of throwing it away !
: "We warn all true Union men against
over-confidence. It lost ua the election in
1862, and if it is permitted to sap our en-
ereiaa now it will lese us the election in
1865. There are from eight to ten thou
sand Union vcte: s on the Keserve whom
'idleness or business will keep away from
the polls unless pressure be brought to bear
upon them to attend and vote.- On the
other hand, the Democracy are active and
vigilant, and every man who can be bought
nd bull ed Into votWK the vaiianuigun-
Moiean ticket will be brought to the pol's.
It needs only a very simple calculation to
show that if a like proportion oi we
Union voters throughout tho State are
nnrmitled to neclect voting, the succoi
of the Union ticket will be seriously jjop
Against the bare possibility of such a
calamity we call on every Union man to
labor with all his might. Our only daoger
is in supinenets If a full vote is polled.
our naijority will not be lees than forty
thousand. See to it, Union men, that a
full vole is polled. Perfect, at once, your
parly organization in every township on
theBaserve. Compaiatively little dopecds
OA big mass meetings and great enthusiasm
real popular victories are achieved rather
by individual labor than by slump cpsak
ing. Seo every Union voter before the
election! Imprest on him the necessity ot
votine! Orzanize at the polls 1 Have
your vigilance committees and ballot-
distributers numerous and active I Make
arrangements for bringing out every Union
vote! Organize organize, csaAUizi
Onlv six days remain, but much can be
done in six days. '
Let us add a word to every Union voter.
It is your first and paramount duty to vote
at the next election. See that you do it
Allow no other engagement to interfere
vnth this most sacred duty. Allow no
personal inconvenience to prevent its per
formance. Let no fancied security tempt
yoa to neglect it Ohio must not go
backward now. She must still stand by
Co cause of Union and Freedom, and your
vole is needci to maintain her in her poei
Death of Dr. Wayland.
Hev. Trancis Wayland, D. D , for thirty
nine years President of Brown University,
ikd on Saturday last, at his home in Prov
idence, Rhode Island, at the age of sixty
nine. When such men die, the loss is not
confined to a particular cellege, but ex
tends to the cause of civilization every.
where, it is cot circumscribed by local
limits, but is felt across a continent ; it is
sot borne by a single sect, but is mourned
by the entire Christian Church. Dr. Way
land had achieved a wide reputation, and
had done great and lasling good in more
. dpr tmants than one of intellectual and
spiritual labor. As a metaphysician, as an
educator, as a controversialist, as a divine,
he has made his name known and respect
ed wherever the English toagno is epuktur.
Ae was born of English parents, in New
Tork city, March llth, 1796. Early ap
plying himself to study, he grad
uated from Union College at the
age of seventeen. He commenced the
study of medicine, but, in 1816, haying
joined the BaptisV church, he entered the
Theological Seminary at Andover. The
next year he accepted a tutorship in Union
College, and remained there four years,
prosecuting his theological studios, niear
while, under tbe personal instruction of
the now venerable President Xolt In
1821, at the age of twenty-five, he became
pastor of the First Baptist church of Bos
ton. In the following year he was eleoted
professor of mathematics in Union College,
but, receiving soon after a call to the Presi
densy of Brown University, at Providence,
Bhode Island, he accepted it. He
continued to bold the position until IS 55,
when he resigned, after having brought
the college np from a low ebb, finan
cially anu intellectually, to a stable pecun
iary foundation, and made it also one of the
beet educational institutions in the country,
Since his resignation he has lived in quiet
at his home in Providence, taking an active
interest in the affrs of the university, and
at one time filling the pulpit of the First
Baptist church of that city
As an educator Dr. Wayland has as
, wide a reputation as any man in America.
His "Thoughts on the Collegiate System
of the United States," protesting against
: the prominence given by our college to
classical learning at the expense of tcien,
title, commercial and agricultural knowl
edge, contain the soundest truth, and
should be more generally followed. As
' theologian, Dr. Wayland was a firm Bap.
tist His political views were based upon
a conscientious and radical opposition to
the sin of slavery, and in a corre:pondence
with the Reverend Richard Fuller, after.
wards published in book form, he publicly
avowed and supported his hostility to the
institution. Dr. Way land's widest and
most lasting reputation, however, will te
based upon his metaphysical and philo
sophical writings, which havebeen adopted
as text-books in many of our schools ard
colleges. "His "Intellectual Pnilosophy,"
"Elements of Moral Science," and 'Politi
cal Economy," . witk the books already re
ferred to, and several volumes of sermons,
complete the list of bis publications.
The "Democracy" Repudiating Jefferson.
platform declares that "whites and blacks
are eauaL" and therefore calls on all Dnw4
bcSKa to cplS3lofiC - Tn Union -platform
pdo nothing of the tort, and the only
thing which can be construed in that di
rection is the endorsement of the Declara
tion of Independence, tcrtn by Thmuu
Jefferson, Vie chief priest of American
Democracy. ..This so-called Democratic
organ is urging the so-called Democracy to
repudiate the ..fundamental . principle of
pemocracy, laid down by the greatest
Democratic statesman of our Republic,
This spectacle is but one of many, which
prove how utterly the Yallandinghammers
save abandoned the principles and how
greatly they disgrace they disgrace the
name of the old-time Democratic party.
Muzio, it is said, will return here from
General Slocum, the Democratic candi
date Sat. Secretary of Slate, approved the
famous peace arrangement of Generals
Sherman and JohnBton, which the whole
country repudiated. ... . . ,. ; ... .
Hon. C Dawitt Smith, Acting Governor
of Idaho, died suddenly of heart duease
on Saturday, the 191h of August. This
leaves Idaho without either Governor or
Secretary for the time being. ' 7 " 1 .
There is good authority for stating that
no cabinet changes will take place until
the temper of the next Congress has been
ascertained ; and that, if a member should
go out it will be because he may desire to-
retire, rather than from any pressure by
the President to compel him to retire.
The Boston Post says Gen. Butler, who
arrived in Boston only a few days ago
from New Orleans, is a candidate for Con-
grees, to fill tbe vacancy made by the res
ignatisnof Mr. Gooch. The Pout adds:
"He will be on the stump in a few days,
and as he has many friends, it is not im
probable that he will be returned to Con
cress." . General Butler's house is in the
seventh Congressional district of M&asa
chusetls. His barn is in the sixth, and if
he would lake up bis residence there, he
'would be eligible for Mr. Gooch's seat.
The Black Hawk (Colorado) Jownal
gives an account of an amusing incident
that harnaned at the recent election in
Central City. It will be remembered that
Colorado, at the election for or against a
State government, voted also for or against
negro tuffrog'. . The Journal; says that
two Irishmen, chums, approached the polls
thereto perform the highest duty and
privilege of an American citizen one of
them thick skulled as the darkey whose
head caught and knocked into a thousand
Diects. without iniury to . the head, that
brick which fell from the top of a four
story building; the other, quite a likely,
intelligent fellow. No. 1 chucked in a vote
"against the constitution " and " for negro
suffrage." No.' i says, " What the divil
are ye's vo'jng that way for? shureand
we don't want naeur suffrage!" "Ochl
to hell with the nagur," replied thick head,
"let him suffer and bs damned to him 1"
FROM NEW YORK.
Gossip from the Metropolis.
[From an Occasional Correspondent.]
NEW, YORK, September 22, 1865.
Editors Lsadkb. I promised you that
I would, on my return to the Metropolis,
occaisonally give you my notions on cur
rent events. Please don't head me and
lead me as your regular correspondent, be
ciuethe mood strikes me very seldom
and you would be dreadfully disappointed
if you depended upon me. .
I went to see these colobraled actors
few nights ago, and confess my great dis
appointment. Their reputation is very ex,
tended, and it may be that I am no judge
of such matterc, but no moderate sum
would tempt me to go again and fidget
through their representations in Hanry
the Eighth. Indeed I confess the -begin
ning of a dislike to Sbalpeare for having
written such a lumbering play. The male
Kean certainly mast bare Icen a good ac
tor to have gained such renown, but now
he is no longer youthful and with deficient
teeth articulates so indistinctly that it be
comes a painful task to listen to his mum-
blings. Mrs. Kean, formerly Ellen Tree,
is also "no chicken" has strong Hebrew
features and has long since lost all prelen
sions to figure or style. Nevertheless the
Broadway Theatre is nightly crowded at
doubled prices, and the reprehensible cus
torn of blocking up the passage ways with
chairs is here followed to the fullest extent
What a pity that no gentleman hsg the
moral courage to proioa .g.i r, t il -eM
blooded practice. Some day or other,
when one of our theatres, thus crowded
and jammttd full, burns down, and in con
sequence of the difficulty of egrees many
valuable lives are lost, we will all bitterly
lament our want of pluck and lack of
strength of mind to put an end to th
growing evil. .
Yesterday was "opening day" for ladies
fall iaehions. Such things don't interest
an old married man like mysolf only as far
as growling is concerned wnen tne inevit
able bills come in on such occasions. They
say that the fall style of bonnet is some
thing very "stunning" and looks well only
upon stylish and graceful women. They
say that it will in future be considered
the "cheese" to wear the various feathers
and birds of paradise on hats pointing for
warded instead aft as formerly. (So when
your lady readers meet such on Superior
street they must not put the wearer down
S3 being an idiot bit only think that she is
bounding along on the tip-top crest of the
wave of fashion. "Can such things be and
not o'orcome us ?" or words to that effect
By the way the baggy style of trowsera for
gentleman has had its day and they are at
present worn quite Email. Plaids are very
i&smonaoie wis ibu.
CARRINGTON'S COMMISSION AGENCY.
Why will our provincial country citizens
worry themselves and bother their mends
by sending to have their various commis
sions executed, wnen lor tne inning chart?
of five per cent, they can do so well
through Carrington & Co, of No. 30
Broadway ? Carrington has been lone in
this business, and can buy cheaper than
any private individual, ana then should it
occur that thioes do not suit, we can grow),
which among friends would be considered
bad taste. When I lived out of town l in
variably patronized Carrington in prefer
ence to taking up the time ot my various
and numerous business friends, who, when
wsjjBuea me win many a solt word doubt
less often considered me a confounded bore
for taking up theirvaluable time. I found
my account in the procedure, and if any
of your readers would care to form their
acquaintance, upon sending address they
will promp'Jy receive a circular giving all
particulars, uarrington is a wit and a
good follow, and edits the spiciest little
monthly sheet issued in this city. I send
you some copies of the Commissionaire,
which, in consequence of its table alwavs
appearing in crimson Ink, is called " the
oniy rea-neaaea journal in the United
WITHDRAWAL OF POSTAL CURRENCY.
On applying yesterday at the Treasury
Office for a little of the untarnished postal
currency, fearing in these cholera times to
handle the vile stuff pasting current here,
I found that no denominations excepting
iua ues ana niiiei were oemg paid out
It is rumored that the plan is to reduce the
volume of the postal currency, and instead
to Kraauaiiy substitute the smaller- coins.
This will accustom our naonlti tn th aiaht
cu ting only in small sums, gradually
pave me way to tne reduction 01 lae pre
mium on gold and the consequent resumri
ilipn.of specie payments. No valid reasons
now exist .why we should not return to the.
gold and silver basis by the first of next
aianuvry, and witn our immense resources
ana capaouiues it is a snam e that our
seven-thirty bonds do not this moment
command a premium of ten per cent all
over tne world.
So ends this day, and such is life, or
woras oi a similar import Fuxo.
Origin of the Term "Fenian."
The term Fenian is derived from the
Gaelic word Fiann. In the antiauated
G&elio it is written Fiand. It was a name
given to an order or class of professional
soldiers among tho Pagan Irish, long be
fore the christian era. In ordinarv timj
the Fiann consisted of three legions. In
each legion were 3.000 men. but in war
there wore usually seven legions.
Ben. Wood, of the New York News, lost
$33,000by gambling in a single night re-
GENERAL GRANT AT HIS BIRTH
PLACE. Out-flanking a Reception Committee-
PLACE. Out-flanking a Reception Committee-Batavia-Georgetown-Impudence
of Chilton A. White-Grants' Father
General Grant paid, last week, a visit
io his birth-place at Georgetown, Brown
county, and the Cincinnati Commercial of
yesterday morning contains a racuy writ
ten account of the trip, from which we take
the following extracts :
HOW THE GENERAL OUT-FLANKED A RECEPTION
As he was to be in Batavia by noon of
Thursday, where a formal reception await.
ed him, the General, accompanies oy nis
wife and little boy, and Mrs. Tweed, of
thi. city, lot t at an early hour, in a ba-
roucne, driven Dy tne ueno miu m.
His venerable father, Jesse B. Grant, also
availed himself of tbe occasion to visit the
places where he had spent so many years
of active and henorable life, for, as he ex-
pressed himself, probably the last lime
Tbe Committee of Beception had come
out from Batavia to the little poet-village
of Olive Branch, intending there to meet
and escort the General. Among tnetn were
the Honorable B. W. Clarke, member of
-Congress elect and successor of Chilton A.
,11 1 . AF llMimn llnnnl- . TnflM H.Ih f
Columbus ; J udgo uickey, J udge Asnman,
(a cousin of tbe General,) and a number of
other influential gentlemen, including Dr.
Kocers. ol flow itienmond, wno was point
ed out as the attending physician when tie
future hero of Yicksburg and Richmond
came into tms Droatmng world" an
honor, sir," said the well preserved Doctor,
with a glow of pleasure in his face, "that
I bad rather have than be knighted."
While tbe Committee were waiting, theia
came round the corner of tbe road, at a
rapid pace, a buroucbe, driven by a Iarm
er-looking man, in a linen duster, with his
hat well down over bis eyes. " That's the
General," said one; "no, it isn't," said an
other ; " yes, it is stop him," exclaimed a
third ; ana before tbe situation was fairly
comprchoatlod, tho Tobiolo rollod by, a el
was on its way to the village. A couple of
cavalrymen, standing by, mounted in hot
hate, and dashed alter the now rapidly
retreating carriage, and the - Reception
Committee were soon on the road, putting
horse-Adah into a healthy state of activity.
The moet excited person visible to those
who brought up the rear of this civic pro
cession was a thin-faced woman, who stood
at tbe toll gate, holding a postal note be
tween her thumb and linger, and inquired
if that was General Grant in the first car
riage. Told that it was, she replied, with
some trepidation, "I don't know but I did
wrong to take toll of him; I was told not
to, and if I had known it was him " the
rest was lost to the passing phaeton, while
she stood looking down tbe road, irresolute
ae to what should be done in so distressing
This mithap being righted the General
bad a grand reception at Batavia. After
the civic and military display was over,
and the Reception Speech delivered by
Hon. P.B. Swing, the old friends and play
males tf the General enjoyed the long-
desired opportunity of shaking his hand
and talking over old times and new with
him, much to their delight, and his.
The General, after a pleasant entertain
ment at the bouse of Hon. Reader W.
Clark, continued his journey to bis birth
place, Georgetown. Here he reciived
formal reception on Friday. The welcom
ing address was made by Hon. G. W. King,
a relation of the Grants, to which the
General responded as follows :
SPEECH OF GENERAL GRANT.
"Ladies and Genllemon of Brown
County : Yoa are all aware that I am not
in the habit of making speeches. I am clad
that I never learned to make speeches
when 1 was young, and now that 1 am
old, I have no desire to begin. I had
rather stirt out in anything else tban in
making a speech. And now, ladies and
gentlemen, I can only say to you that it
affords me pleasure to get back to lirown
County where my noynood wasspont"
IMPUDENCE OF CHILTON A. WHITE.
Chilton A White, a notorious Copper,
head ex Congressman, only lees infamous
than Vallandigham, bad the hardihood to
-ha present The correspondent says :
At was, mereiore, wun mingled surprise
and indignation that be was seen to mount
the stand wilh the Lieut. General he had
so shamelessly abused, and whose promotion
to that rank he had opposed' in Congress,
and there went round a menacing cry of
"take him oft", take him ofl'." Whito turned
red as a boiled lobster. He knew he bad
no business there, and nothing but the
fact tbat he was remotely connected with
the General, and bis presence there put
upon the ground of kinship, that saved him
from a rough handling by the returned
soldiers, whom he had so shamelessly ma
ligned. It required some effort on the part
of good Union men to quiet the "boys,"
bnt the unblushing and brassy impudence
of the fellow was not likely to be forgotten.
JESSE GRANT ON COPPERHEADS.
A Union mass meeting was held in the
afternoon, addressed by Mbv. M. P.Gaddis
and others. Gen. Grant's father was called
on to speak, and, among other things, ad
ministered the following hard hit to the
"Now there is a great duty resting upon
yen The fight is transferred to the ballot.
It is your duty now to vote down this mis
erable copperhead faction. It is said we
have conquered a peace. This is true ; it
is not a petty, patcbed-up Copperhead
Democratic peace; it is one obtained by
the sword, and the youngest child is not
living who will see the sword raised against
the Government. It is your duty, as
patriotic citizens of Brown county, not to
allow this old Locofoco, Copperhead, Le
compton faction to be galvanized in'o life,
on the pretence that it is the only party
that can save the country. I don't know
how that could be unless on the princi
ple that the hair of the dog is good for the
General Grant returned to Cincinnati
on Saturday. The correspondent rroceeda
to give some interesting reminiscences ol
Grant and his father, from which we ex
tract the following :
JESSE GRANT'S SCHOOLING.
The only schooling that Jesse R.Grant
had was while living in the family- of
T. j m . j i c . i. -. . ..h. - . . '
uuugo xou, i tamer oi Jjavia 'rod, late Gov
ernor,) in Youngstown, (now in Mahon.
ing uouuiy,i -and mat," gaid the old man,
"48 I had to chop wood for two Area, and
do other chores, was very little. It was
while living on the Reserve that the news
came of the death of General Washington.
Jesse, then five years of t ge, observing his
minner weeping, asuaa nor wnat was the
matter. " General Washine ton is dead I"
she replid. " Was he any relation of
yours?" inquired the wondering child.
"And that," said the veteran, "was the first
1 knew oi tne j atner. oi nis
REMINISCENCES OF THE GENERAL'S BOYHOOD.
General Grant earlv exhibited a nartial.
lty for horse flesh. He has the reputation
of being the best rider in the army, and he
drivel with the vigor and expertness of a
professional whip. There Is a hill west of
tne village or Georgetown (may the devil
flyaway wilh it!) that separates the town
from the bottom-lands of White Oak Creek.
'Aeamiters wiin stoat lour-horse team nFn
got . ."sUlled'S hereabouts, and I suspect
were not mindful of tbe injunctions against
profanity, in their perplexity. Young
Grant, then a lad of ten or twelve
provided with a two horse team, passed a
good deal of time at this laborious wcrk,
but such was his success that he managed
to make two horses do as much work as
the four of other men, and never atallnd
his team. ' Remarking this, one of the
t?amsters asked the lad how it happened
that be never got stalled, and his reply
was : "I never got stalled myself, and so
my horses never got stalled either;" which
some might take to be an indication of that
determination and reeolute purpose which
illustrate the career of the General as a
soldier. . . ;
; The lad, as it is said, was remarkabln
for his tact in managine horses. He
broke" them with an ease that astonishel
the villagers, and even before he was
twelve years of age, men came from con-
j.ll- hUt titters -tiJef.a.biTi Jr-nfl,i. ,
horses to pace. It required some strategy
to obtain his consent, but wherever be un
dertook it he always succeeded, ne aid
not exhibit remarkable; aptitude or bril
liancy as a scholar, that I hear of, but bad
the reputation of doing whatever he es
sayed, and doing it thoroughly and well-
lie was patient, persevering ana succw
fuL When seventeen he left for West
Point, since which his visits to George
town have been few and brief.
- -, ,
REMINISCENCES OF THE GENERAL'S BOYHOOD. An Incident at the White House---Unexpected
Meeting of a Brother and
The Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Press tells this story :
"On Thursday an unusual and quite ro
mantic incident occurred at the Whito
House among tbe squad of pardon-seekers
there. The suppliants were waiting, and
among others were two persons, a closely
veiled young lady and a gentleman some
what bronzed, (a reoei noiuiur once, quits
likely,) with a heavy beard and careful
dress. They had not paid any attention
to each other during the hour or two they
had been so near, and would not have dorra
so for all coming time had it not been for'
the usher. He came witn a document ana
in a sharp tone called on a name super
scribed on its envelope. It was a promin
ent one once in Georgia, and was familiar
to most of the ears upon which its tones
fell. The gentleman, with an air of pleas
ure, stepped forward to take -it, when the
lady, with a little scream, pressed forward
and clasped him tightly in' her arms. Ha
at first seemed surprised by such an un
wonted proceeding; but wnen tne uveri
times excitedly asked, 'Don't you know
Jessie?' 'Don't you know Jessie?' 'You
can't have forgotten me in such a short
timer and removed her veil to show a
fresh, piquant, pretty face, recognition was
instant, and wilh the one word 'sister,' he
was quite as demonstrative as she had been
before. 'Why, Je sie, what are you doing
here?' he asked. 'I am here for father; ne
is very, very sick,' she said, with a little
elision of the 'r,' and a sob. But he wants
to die, if he has to die, a citizsn of the Un
"Xhe young man seemed auectea, uu. m
tne liew-ruuud juy of ioera aiuT long
lost the cloud that time did not darken his
heart A few momenta after she also re
celved the erant of her application.
"It seems that the young man went out
early in the war as major of a confederate
reeiment He was taken prisoner in a
skirmish :ust after Bull Bun.and spent two
years in a northern prison. Returning to
service, the cause of the Confederacy needed
all the men for support it could obtain, and
he was forced to stay in tne ranss. et
ten he had sent home failed to roach, and
he, despairing of finding his family after
the march of Sherman over the Stiite, came
North to see after a friend. This good
work done be returned to Washington to
look after his pardon. All this time bis
family gave him up as dead, and, saving
hs sister, who met him so strangely, think
The Hon. Samuel C. Pomeroy, United
States Senator bom Kansas, was married
in Boston on Wednesday of last week to
Mrs. Marthas. Whiting, ot Boston. TMs
is the third marriage of both parties. Mrs.
Pomeroy is a graduate of Mount Holyoke
female seminary, and hor first husband a
graduate of Amherst College, was killed
by a steamboat explosion while a resident
of St. Louis, a snort lima alter tneir mar
riage. Her Eecond husband, a Mr. Whit
ing, of Boston, a wealthy banker, died of
apoplexy, lour mourns anur tneir mar,
J, H. DEWITT & CO
Are now opening their Fall and Winter Block of
Keii&'Eoys Fine Uotiiln
Goods madeexpreesly for their tra-la, th-it will be
found fully equal la nmtoilBl, sti nd work man -ship,
to the best custom work. The variety Is large
and comprises all novelties oi the season, amongai
wtiicD. are 10 ,
BEAYfiB, TBI COT, "
CLOTH AND CASS1M EKK
SACK: AND WALKING COATS,
BLACK FROCK COATS
BLACK FANCY CA3SIMEBE
PANTS AND VESTS
ELEGANT BLACK AND FANCY
SILK AXD VELVET VESTS.
BEAVER, CHINCHILLA AND
THI fcTOCK or
YOUTH AND B0T3 CLUIUING
Is very much enlarged. All pgm from three to
(went j j ears 01a oan be nitea la tbe be.t style.
THE CLOTH DBP.TMENT
Is the largest in the city, com inl lines of
French, Caston, Cniucnella,
Eskimo and Tricot weavers
rren:n, ngiisn, tcotcn and
S( son's, Hllger's,
bast make of
BlUej's and ail tha Tarj
BLACK CLOTHS AND DOESKINS
ELEGANT FRENCH COATING
Io arerj varisty of color and weaving. These
goods we are prepared to make np to oruer In tha
ycrjr beat of style, baring secured tbe aerriee of
tne mi cullers to pa lonaa in flew 1 oric cltj.
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
MBRIKO, WOOL, AND SILK
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
&0, &U, &C, &C.
Grafs Patent Moulded dollars,
The beat la use.
H. DeWITT & CO.
7 and H Public Pqoarc.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERKTO
fora existing under tha firm Lame of Hod tea k
Brothers, as General Agents of the Manhattan
Life Insurance) Oo , la this day terminated bj ma
tral consent. Messrs. Lewis, Spencer a Oo bar
been appointed aa onr snooetsora in the General
Agency, and are amhorlied to settle all outatand.
lag account of the late firm.
HOUSKB a BHOiilSBB.
Cleveland, September 2oth, 1S66.
Tha anders'iraed havlm been dnlv aDnoin
General Agents of th Manhattan LI'a Insnranca
Company, of Haw York, for tha states ot Ohio,
Kentucky, Indiana. Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Minnesota and Michigan, have thia da form.d a
to-partnership nasor aha -m unit of Levis,
Spenoar Co., for tha prosecution of the businrss
or Life Insnranca In fa d Btatea. P.trona of tha
Company, and parties wishing Ag-ncies, will Sod
us at onr office In Park Bnildinr. tiorth side Pub
lic fiquara. Wa offer liberal terms to good lolici.
ton IB a LEWi-i.
WHOLESALE AND BSTAIL.
I. P. SHERWOOD'S
The recent extensive addition and lmtmyvf
meats, both in our Whole sale and etail Uepart
nenta, together with th complete assort meat in
each, makes this Monte now much tbe largest and
most extensive of any In tbe city. Th) napxeoe-
-dented lucre ise In the business, both whole-ale end
retail, together with nntqualed lae ill ties, warrant
ns In saving that we oan and will tell goods through
Abe com. g season, at leu prloea thai any other
jiouso in lae iraae.
ladies' Dres3 Goods
"Tb. aaseTtment ia BE equalled la quaatity, qaaWy
ana variety, ana comprises in part
PLAID & PLAIN ALPACAS,
And In fact. aU klotof saaonable Dress Fabrics,
bought before the recent advanoa, and will ba sold
In Black end Fancy we have the greatest variety
ever shown in this market, with m full line
WHOLESALE ASD BE TAIL
We would particularly eall the attention of the
trHe to this branch rt the bu 'loess, as we have
obtained tbe moet con potent as eg ere, nod ate
Dreparad to 111 I all orders, by the quantity or oth
erwise. at tbe hortet notice and at the lowest
w hoi. sile prices.
WHOLESALE AND SETAIL
This Department Is now faH of every variety
eeasjDftOie goods in its line, ana we would eep
cially invite the attention of Merchants and Ml'll-
nrs, end the public generally, to its tx ml o alien
OUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT
m braces evrrvthfng In Its line, from the cheapest
w oot to we riQuesi raisiej.
A full line of regular make ef Englhh and Ger
man Hose, particularly adapted to h Oity trade.
auo a inu ii toe z in tne joociag veputmeas.
We have a very full stock of these goods, of oar
own importation, paiu ror in goia at zoo. premium,
and will sll them at wholesale or retail, 85 per
cent, icss ui aa any otner noose in floruiern Unto.
Besides a very fx tensive variety of
Cloakiajo, Replliats, Broad Clotbi,
Beawerts. Doeaklnus, luilnercsieie,
We have the entire produotfon of two Woolen
mi is wm a were oowtracvaa iar eariy in aognsx,
and will enable as to rive our easterners an advan
tage ol lio per cent , thereby saving nearly 60 per
ctnt. tn tneir painasB,eunar wnotesaie or rttau.
We wonld Invite the attention of tba trade to onr
immense s ock if
Llnea Go-da, Irish LI fan,
Doylies, TowelUiffv Crush?, dfce.
Of onr own Importation, paid far In gold at Sex
ptemium, and will be eold K6 per cent, nader tbe
uaaal prices, emons whlcn are Bptendia iris a Lin
ens at 60 cent, cheap st T6 cents, aDd otlicrs In
White & Lace Goods
Of these got. da wa have a full assortment la
Cf all descriptions, from Linen to the richest Point
The greatest Indaesaaents will be offered to the
Trade la this Lie penmen t, vruca ""t-. a lull
Bleached stad Browm Shectlnga,
Tick aatd Stripes,
Flail Be la and Umaejr,
And Iu ao ease will we be undersold.
NOTICE TO DEALERS.
We now occupy three floors, strictly for Jobbing,
eaoh lrl)TlO fast, which
o-Mt in tha altv. and we can ahow a lawaer varletw
maae. tout nowse tne Bar-
o( goo's to the general trade than any other house
in tne eiate, au .iu. w. win sen
ronch under Basfrn prices, to which the atten
tion of the Hade is especially Invited.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
The Bradbury Superior New Scale
! PIAN0 -
THE MOST POPULAR PIANO IN THIS COUNTRY.
. BOLD WHOLESALE'
GBEAT WESTEBS BOOMS, 137
Manufactured in-New York bv Prof. WM.
Composer and Conductor of Music, who now enjoys the wide reputation of making
much tbe beet Piano, all things considered, on this Continent. '..!:-
N. B. We have a spacious, well-furnished Boom, devoted exclusively to full
asaottment of the Bradbury Piano; Abet other spacious Booms filled with a great
variety ui jrianoa rrom outer good and reliable makers; all constituting the meat oo.
plete assortment ot fine Pianos .o be found in the West. .
jajruall ana see them Deiore purchasing.
pF s pianos."
l '!.!!- 1
AND RETAIL Br -
(JnUrlo Street, Clereland, Ohio.
B. BRADBURY, tha WnrlH'. Fwori
J. R. SHIRHERD CO.
22T SUPERIOR 'STREET,:. '
Having enlarged tboir Store, with a view to connect ihe JOBBING TRADE to their
present large business, beg leave to inform their old natrons and the pub-lio in general
that the are now receiving the
LABGEST AND MOST CABEfTLLY SELECTED ' STOCK OF
H ILLINERY !
EVER BEFORE BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET. '"
We wonld eall especial attention to our large Stock of
VELVETS AND RIBBONS. ;
Which we have just received from Auction. A full Slock of ' ' ' '
TRIMM'O WORK, DRESS CAPS, FLOWERS I ORNAMENTS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. , ' . ,,
Solicitinr the farnr nf an ! . 11 1.... i -1 . . ' '
that for StVliand Vain, onr flti f.
.n"3" curing our fria4.
One Price Clothing House.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
li r- nporlor Utrect,
WOULD ANNOUN K TO THE
pnbliethathe has a till line ol Clo hlsg ol
his oan mannfattute and of the beat ma'.etial, now
Par tioularatteuilon la called to tha aiano'ao
ture aud style of cur work. We esupioy dob 8 but
the best of w-nkmtn, and use nothing bnt
tha be-t of Trlntmlogs ia each and ever?
garment. Satisfied, from experience, tht tba peo
ple of this viniulty need noti.tug but firet-olets
work, we tbe-efore offer no i astern s'o( shop goods
- "m buiiuanv, mis every lon g OI our own man
ufacture, made and trimmed equal to tha beat cus
Onr OUST M DEPA.RTM Kltr Is nnftr the
chorge of Mr SPKHCtvll. a Outt-ir olflfti-e. inn1
experience In tba best New York Hours, and wa
oau irui-uoity say mm ne nsa to equal In this
city, and we dely a-iy Poase in tie city to turn
" siuRti in iae style ana nnlsb or curs
Gentlemen in want or firut clu. ..mii.1. will
bar. find a full assortment ot French and Kna'isit
Beavers Tricots, freadclotba, ijaesimeras and
'"""as t an aestrao.e voaiua ana novelpee.
Kemember that we do no Jockeying basln-SB.
have tint ON PRICE, and a-ll at low ttjurea.
we manufacture our owa goode. pay nomana.
fecturer any profit, conaeqoeutiy we can save twen
ty per oent by so doing, tbe bjuedl ol which wa
give to our easterners.
Gin us a call, and you will be satisfied tbat thn
la the t ase, and that we deal honorably by all.
gOLDIERd AND CITIZENS.
NEWGOODS JUST RECEIVED
Wb have tbe pleasure of annoo-slnc tha receint
oi as. enure. new stoca oi
IUGAHT CA3SIM8BK CCATS, coasiaanf o'
: FR'JCK STYLES.
SEW BTILE3 Of
CAS81MERE AND BILK MIXED SUITS.
ESADTirvL BTYLBS Off
PASTS AND VESTS!
Also, a large assortment ol
i Fancy Neglige Shirts,
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Ties,
BrOwn & White Linen,
Shirts, dollar b, do.
OUB STOCK OP
WILL BE 80I.B LEW TB AH COdT. t) nuke
room nr r aU and v utter uomie.
aa-all and examine onr stock.
BiYis. riitoTTO ro.
OAK HALL OLOTBINe EMPORIUM.
lyia Ooe. Water and bnp.rlor ate.
TUST RECEIVED AND NOW ON
rj exniDttion, a lanre atooa ox
BLACK DALIdfl A BBOWN HROlHCLOTfl.
BLACK AMD FANCY SATlblBrrS.
aivanait- mttjijo uvusi-s
AND TWlrir COl'T JSADBH,
BLACK AMU DRAB HALIBNS.
8IL1CIAS ANOO&TIRW OKILLS.
WAtlUn HATS VAB UHlliU),
Merchant Tailors, County Merchants and Who'e-
sale bayera generally, wilt llotl it to their advan
sage to examine my stock betore purckHaing eine-
wnere. o. atdnn,
JylM 162 Superior st. opp. Ban k si.
TEF-r". Da VI9 HAS BEEN CAUGHT.
ihe war la now about played oat.
Great ohangsa have been wrought,
Our gallant boys are eomlDg home;
Jell Davis baa been eaagas.
Buisa I hnaaal now bang your banners eat,
Haeia I haras I let all tha people shout.
The way the rebel chief waa oaughl
Is laughable indeed;
fie tried to run in pettloosta.
But be did not succeed.
Basse I husna I hang all your banners out.
Jell Davia baa beam oaught, let very one now
Our boye did think It very strange,
A woman should retreat
With a great bowie-knife la band.
Until the aaw hie bet.
Huaaal husaal oar boye have got goad sense;
Twixt gaiter shoes and sU-gy boew they know
Ob, erinohae, we think you lae,
For you would aot conceal
Te flying rebel President,
When be did show his oceL
Hunae. I hosaa I there's nothing half ho Hoe
To show a foot and ankle oB, ilk) well raised
lour days are umbered now, old Jaw,
You enreiy cannot hope,
Or have a. better end In view',
Thaa the end of a stout tots.
Buaaa I husaa I Jeff Davia baa ae vhoe 1
In nettling up all his account!, Just hasp hi
orimes in view.
The bovs who caught Jeff r avis.
We'll welcome one and all.
And treat them to a fine new suit
At ISAACS DsilON BALLI
Hnaaal buaaa I fling tha starry banner oat,
Out ga'lant boy, are coming home, let all the
- people shout.
The lamest and Best Stock ef ffaebionable
uiotataf la toe west, at tne lowest rricoa, at
Isaao A. Isaacs's Union Hall.
Bole Ageaoy for the aale of Singer's Celebrated Sew
inc sfaohtnee, Storr's Automaton Pressman, aud
Strong's Patent Army Trunk and Bed Combined.
wr. Duiwnwi auu uaioa atreeta.
'Xiock oot Inv tbe Wants mvx
OIL COMPANIES, fcC.
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS.
Kociefeller & Andrews, '
to Andrewa, Clark A Co., Jlaualaetir.
an and Banners of
Benzine anu liUDnraiin? VUS,
W BB, SI BflTBTW1 MS SI biih s ...a ...
OPrlCI Boob Bo. 4. Sexton's Block. Herein
,r" - febliillt 1
E W J?lfi
POPE & HAINES,
(jUQCBuaursto) SOWIS FOFI.)
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
.163 ONTARIO STREET, Cleveland.
WK now offer for sale o-e of tbe largest ard beat
ansorttd atur.ka of tirocerwe ever aOerad la Is. is
maiket, oorsistiazof Hnicars, -Sena, otter,
lapicvw, isli, Ac, , and at snch prices u
canu fail to pis entire aallsiaction, aa we here
onr agent in New York attending to our In teres
tuete atid buying exclusively for rash.
augl-:27S POPE HAINKg.
jRADBURN, WILLI A Yft M CO,
K! aad 0 River, use tl susej 24 MeacU r
Art new reovrrlnj from Hew Tork aad ar Of.
ase a large aid ciiolce supply of
fflfieew, 4ium, 4" , Tesaa,
h r . Orlaaaa, ' - . Myara,
iva, ' If utmvade, O. Byaow.
Bwba, Clrushed, Japan,
abiamatm. Ora.alakad InnariaL. '
Sarleaba, Ptrwderad, Onions;,
3ei!e, A, B, 0, IMuaa
JOUACOO AND BXOARS,
ra iraat varisty. ,
tHIITJKD COrFEEtS, PSPPBA A If 15
6FiCKS, MOLASSASaan BIRCFil
bleb they offw te the trade as vary tow raue,
Cssvsland uiaaqtaotrjed articles at ataauiaeta.
t.Hiw-Ha hhadbihb. wiLLiAtmano.
S. L. S HOTTER CO.,
(SrjoovMoM to O. B. Lrrru.)
Wiiole8aie and Retail Grocers,
r-SODUCK ANsD. COMMISfclON
or tha aale of Flonr, Grain, Seeds, Potatoes.
oewoff, i-ots:, Butter, isk-zs, utrd, ilrled
Apalee, fruit. As.. Ac,
To, 40 iter rln meet, CieTelutt, .
AAIEETINO OF THE BTOCK
P OI.UR8 of the Saony Farm Oil Company
win be held at tbe oftio. of tba a nian. am Mm.
Cay, October M loci. On. object of the meeting
ia to decide whether Ptnctots shall sp.nd the
money on han4, or ae 1 tha Lean aad divide what
. r. JUDJJH,
eep?J4 Serrearr. '
a IHE FIRM OF HUGHES, DAVIS ft
. BOUKIFSLLEK is Ibis day dhnolved by th,
ww.ilirlrmwwa,! i.' ti M i . m
" " ua. Aij-LKQtr nt-r, woo retires lor
the pnrpose of Dgaff lug in a different btriness.
1 I , r - . r. f . .
. a, awn u,
'" h a. oavh,
Cleveland, Feptember 18 ISto.
THE UNDER310NED, HAVING
purchased the rnilre Inlirest of Wm. Jtockefe!
I.r In th. flrmof Hnvfaee. Uavl.- A Rocka'all will
contiuu. the buaiwse at the setae plaee, aiee. 93.
3, 37 an I 39, bevton'a Block, aloiwln street, am
des the name t,f Hu&hes A hiii.
" H. B- DAVIS.
Cleveland, gpLmherlS, Wl. seplw-7B
PROCLAMATION. L J?ax Nicola,
X cherilf of Cayah g County, bio, do ban by
uotl'y tbe qnalU.d electors of said Count, tbat
Tuesday, Ih. loth day of Oorober, A. i. 11-65, la
the day sppoluud by la for holding the fleaerai
Elretlon in the Stale of Ohio, at wh.ch time they
will aaiemble at their eeve el plaoae ef holdieaj
eltctlonsin their respective townships and wards,
aae ro:eed, by b.lloa, te vote for the aotlewiea;
otateand County ufflot rs, to wit:
One Governor, One Lieutenant Governor, Two
Judgee of the u preme Court, On Stale lreeeurer,
tme Aitotoey Gnoerai, One School, Comroisairner,
One Clerk ef the eupresne Vou.t.0ae Use her of
the Bjard of Public Worka.
One Senator, Torre Ri preaentalivee, One County
Tiewnrer, One Proeecutlng Allot uey, Oue Oocmly
Ccmtnts lontr, Cne Coroner.
Wlven uodir atv band. attheOowrt Roma ! H
cjiyCUv.-lano, this H6th daj of Benumbs, A.
n&V Plf.1 yfOOT.A. Sherfff.
BQ3KS & STATION E R
iLL THE LATE
Sunday School rubllcailocs
JUoT RECEIVED DT ' ' 1
Cobb, Andrews & Co.
- 841 Bnperlor fllreet.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
HENRT JUOTT, BOiTON, HAS 3.
S. SO CI5TT, BOSTON.
AMERICAN a S. UNION, PHLLA.
A1IESICAN TRACT tCIETT, N.Y."
ROBERT CARTER & BROS, N.T.
CARLTON & PORTER, NEW YORE.
T. NELSON & SONS, LONDON. '
Always on hand and for sale at Pablisheie
COBB, ANDREWS & CO.,
"P- 211 tn parlor st.
rpOWNSEND, , n i; '
fruit, CoL.rectIoB.erjr at lew Dealer,
Agent for the CLEVAVLAHD LIAD1R.
eep21 BVeiaH vlllei. Pa.
SOLID SILVER TEA-SPOONS, from
9,00 to 110,00 a Set.
COVLEi k CO,
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