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sUeo, Bra u( reliable treatment a Btouai
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saved envelopes. Addrw Dr. J. BUlMm Hosfihtoa,
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I. H. SOLOftlOKSON.
Practteal and Helen cite Optician, keep, tb. larnt
iwotfit f Optical InstrosuNita U th. otty
Mbi u d estebiiahsaeat, and having been ex
teasiveiy-pstronlacd, ho haa ttw eoBSSenoa that
hi. present Block Ll! warrant th eonflesenoe
a.Wl. fa vote. All kla tpKtacles are ef the best
qaolity at crystal (looses, groaad aader kla an
lnapecwon, ta all cs.ie earing weakaeas, dlaalwwB,
and ImpartUs etreagth (or long reading and is.
arwinr Artificial Jm inserted wlthost pais.
OFs-ICB ISO Bopntor-it., trot doer trust the
entrance to Uie Amenoan Hotel.
mriwwara of travelers claiming to be atr. Solo
oaao or hie agent. JnijM
Tha elauwa tor abb reload FAaV
1LT FILL arc beyond that af aay
la nee. A teat of taeaj will
not only orcr.thi.. bat tb. creator
' of finjnp, which has berstotore bma sailed
teUr. ih. SOLECTIO PILLS never require
m ax, aaa .eldom bat . tor tb. coat, act
tb. home, wllhont tha alicalctt frr, a point
u. gicalcsl unponaaee, sarucsisriy la
Vor which take a 8ISGLE PILL rar or aw
other aight. They taer prodoo. debility, and Cmrt
JadtycWfoa, Vcsarpna, tteooocM, tjwer ami Awiiwy
OnaoJaiacc Tdm, Wormt, htm qf or awiftcc o lac
Mmc. Urn qfAmiilt, aad U ZlcrcBVCBKaK cBoi
r Sold b. all Whokaal and Bctall Dcaien la
JOHlf lu HTTHKEWELL.PaoriuiTrOE,
wgtlbe.dcwjcni 9 BoctoB, Maaa.
19 FOB KOBK THAN IWE1TTT
yaara MATdKWB' TIHBTIAH HA1B DTI haa
tood tha Mat of trial, and la aoaatastlr lncreaauiK
. ia pablie faror.
TH1 TIHKTIaJV BAIB DTK If tha beat aid
cheapest nada. Ita prloa hi only T6 nte, and
aach botlle cmuim donbla the quant'ty ef dya la
tkoaaaanailFaold fot tl.
TH BAIB DYB ia manofactared by a pecnllar
rooata, which londara It Infinitely anperlor to any
dya In market. Being complete ia one battle, no
preparation U requited, nhlch gieatly Impllflea
IB caiHQ THIS DTI yon avoid that raiy, dead
appearance by which dyed heir and wbiikcn are
so Radlly reeognlaed, when an Inferior article has
been need, ea it prodaon a cerftotly natnral color
of any ahad. that la required, from a rloh btowa to
a Jertty, Inrtroal blick, (hat will not emnt, crock
or atala the clothing. Inrect 76 oents, and yoa
will be ooarlnced. Bold by all Drnggleta and Fan.
oy Good. Dealers.
A. I. MATHBW6, Manntactnrer, N. T.
DMAS BARKS UO, Hew York, Wholesale
Agenta eep lo:tbaj
f- f-FHILOS0FHYOF MABKIAGS.
TWO Fropri4ori of tb. Hew Tcrk Mnaeaai of Anat
sty hare determined, regerdleea of expense, to Is
sue free (for the benefit of eunertng hnmaaliy, and
tennpreosioB ff o.uacaery ronr ot tnntr Knct inter
seUnc and Inst mc tire Leotnrea on Marriage aad Ita
aileqnallnoatlona, Berrona and Phyeloal Debility,
Trcmature decline of Manhood, IndltfeetlOB,Weak
nese or Depreealon, Impotenoy, Low of Xnergy and
Manly Power; tb. great Social Srll, and those
Maladies whloh reanlt from yontbfnl folllea, sx
ceeces of maturity, and lgnoranoe of fhyeiol&aT
and law. of natnre.
Theee inTalnable Lactarea have been the mean,
of enlitrbtening and earing tbocaanai, ond will be
orwaraee rree. on receipt oi lour .temp., i t .a
disMlaj eECBKTAr.T, New Tork MuMPm of Anst
aaty and Mediclue, 618 Broadway, Hew Tcrk.
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS.
L. EMELXCT & SON
Bare received a very large etcck of
uirra boys' and childkkis's
HATS A-ND CAPd,
ftbelsteet etylsa. For aals low st Wholesale
aepS Ml BUPKBIOR STBKIT.
JALL STYLES OP
HATS AND OATS.
We are now Introducing our FALL STTLBB of
SILK AND CASSIHERE HATS
HE SHERIDAN, FAUST, RESORT I BALTIMORE HAT
Also, a general amutment of OENlLEHJCN'B
016' Gl-OVI i, lor Fall and Winter Wear.
B. BUTTS A 00.,
ITT HnneHor ctreet
S. BHAINARD & SON
In, S03 Snperlor Street, Clevelajiid,
Sole Agents in Northern Ohio
FOB TUB CCLI3BATKD
MASON & HAMLIN
rKICIS TSOM $110 TO $600.
Deasriptivs Illnatratsd Olroaiara aent free giv
Ina fall deseriptlo'l. of .trie, and pHcee. qng94
MOTT & HAICHTp
1 1 1 Splendid laJortmeDt of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
Fall and Winter Trade.
NO. 136 BANK BT,
Old arid young should use
y ; FOE
It prevents or stops the Hair
from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
It is the best Hair Dressing and
Preservative in the world.
Sterling's Ambrosia -
' NEW YORK.
I.H;gT. Saw i-..sasmaaaasnanr-T
r) B5T ' ASTICLS TJ USX.
H. B. HiBElSSTOH'S
EavM Tim, u icononlcal nd
Bold in qnantltlea to snlt porchaserl at the
irn Jyionr needs bat n trial, to be bro.ght Into
-w-vt riTTK 1 riAJuai iiajuai a- j.b
H DTJCXB PBICSS o,000 bbla freak grennd
.11 niw mem rerv choice brand, of Kei
. "wniu'whont. "'"W. to fcr bskert
otrrawn. Baker, ana others la vent wlU eoMoil
anour... " WDX& iiifi CO,
A LITTLE RAILERY.
BY ORPHEUS C. KERR.
i Eiatme, Dollie, deexeat one,
lay yosr bead upon my .hon'der; -Will
yoa gsend baa nan,
VYbsn yonr lorar'e hand li cclder I
Wi hie awagled laet raataiaa
Win from you a tsar of pity ?
Ob, thelother thing, than traina,
Took u to a neighboring city.
Wildly gaxed she In aty face, '
Trying, aa the clang abost aja,
' "Bobble, ia the aura of grace.
Go away yea than t without me!
' Why, I thought you only auaat .
Just a bce'aesf trip to make it;
Yet you seem on death loent ;
Have you .tola my heart to break it
" Whererore cneak of death at all ;
Ar'a't yoa coeilsg back ve-moiroe 1 .
1st me some pay. lci.n call ;
What haa crazed yoa, Joy or sorrow ?
l'ol is dtrliog -low I .poke
Da'l you kaow by rail I'm going ?
St ry traia tkere'e eomethlng brok-.
By the daily papere' ahowicg.
'Ti. aa rare aa cure oaa be
That some accident will happsa ; -,
Likely then at bridge we
Will giro way ani let na clap in.
Or. a train of freight we'll itrike,
Or anothertrain ran into;
Count ea life, with death ao like
Well yen kaow 'twould be a .in to.
Bad'y drocp'd bar pretty head,
Like a lllly rudely ehakea ;
- "If for life you care a red,
fltay at tone ud oar. yoar bacon T
Sati xar Fina,
Mr. Nasby Suggests a "Psalm of Sadness"
for His Friends South.
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
SAUTa Bxst (wich it the Btait of N'oo 1
Genv.i Seotember 12. 1865. I
The utter and abiteot itate uv cuasitood
into wich the Dimocrirr find theirenJvw.
Aortn tea bourn, mbkee a aay ot fMtin
spproprit. Xf the Lord to ever a go in to
neip us, nows nif time.
JSC my clenkle brethrin nv the Church
oouvb deeide to appint a day ut f&atin and
prayer, 1 luomit ua louerin ez a aam uv
BgoDy nppropnt for the occaain :
A SAM UV AGONY.
On the street I lee a nigger 1
On hi back a coat of bloo, and lie car-
ryeth a matkit.
na u rrovo dard, and be halteth me cz
one tevin authority.
And my tender daughter spit on him.
na iu i ne arraeea nor. ana ene lancuun.
eth in the guard-house.
my eyes a wen on mm. and mv sole is a
artesian well uv woe; it gutheth with
j) or trial nigger was my nigger! I
oougni mm wnn a price.
Alas (that nigger is out of his normal
condifhue, he is a star out of its speer, which
sweepeu wro me ponuitie nevens, smash-
formaliy he was wuth eoid and Eilver
now ne is a nuemare.
Wurst I was rich, and that nigger wus
me oasis mereoi.
Wo is met I owned him, sole, body,
mueuiee, sinooe, uiocu, oooio ana Dricnis.
His intellek was mine ; his body wuz
mine, likewise his labor and the froots
Bis wife wur mine, and she was my con.
The normal results of the conkebinace I
sold, combining pleasure and profit in a
And on the price thereof I clayed coker
and drank mint gooleps, and rode in gor
gus chariots, and wore purple and fine
linen every day.
Wuz this mucegenashun or niztrar
equality ? Not any. For she was mine,
even as my ox, or my hone, or my sheep,
and her increase was mine, even as wuz
Abiishen mice eenachun elewates the
nigger wench to his level I did it for
gain, which degraded her muchly.
. And vhen the wife of my buzm lifted
up her voice in complaint, say in, "Lo. I
am abuzed this little nigger reeembletb.
thee I " half the price of the infant chattle
wooa dot a aim una wiln wnich to ston
And my boys foilered in my fbotstene.
and grate was the mix, but profitable.
cut my uream is ousua.
The nigger is fret!' and demands was-es
for the work uv his hands.
His wife is free, and she can decide whe
ther she'll cleve to her husband, or be my
Yiiterday I bade her come to me, and
lo! she remarkt, "Go 'way, white man, or
I bustyer hed."
And X gode.
Her children are free they are mine.
likewise, but I can't sell 'em on the block,
to the highest bidder.
Therein Linkin sinned he violated the
holiest and highest instinks uv our nacber;
he interposed a proclamaahen atween father
We took the heathen from Afreka and
wuz a makln Christians uv em. Wo te
him who stopt us in our mishnary work.
It is written "Sin the Etaiope change
his skin 7" I was a chancin it for him, I
and my fathers, and we had mellered it
down to a brite yaller.
Dark is my lucfier.
I obeyed the grate Law nv Labor, ez I
served in the army, by substitoot now
shel I hev to atane my hands with labor or
In what am I better than a Northern
I can git no more dimund pins for the
wife of my buzum, and she yawpeth con-
Army a in num-spun she wrestles with
pots and kettles in the kitchen.
weigned down with woe, ehe dips snufl
She asks uv rre comfort what kin I
say, whose fockils contane only confedrit
Have us fromMassachunt, wich is ornery
Protect us from nigger soljers. wich is
(shelter us from the ghost uv old John
wich is march in
PETROLEUM V. NASBY.
Lait Pastor uv the Church of the Moo Dis-
Sam Tilden and President Johnson
Sam Tilden, the oracle of democracy,
has just returned from Washington, where
he had an interview with President John
ton. A good story is told of Sam and the
President. Everybody who knows Sam
Tilden knows that he is an intolerable
bore. President Johnson knew it years
ago. He therefore was disposed to indulge
him and let him run loose. Tilden com
menced by complimenting the President
upon returning to old Democratic doctrines
in his reconstruction policy, and bringing
back the party to the Jeuersonian land-
marks. He brancned oil, elaborating on
his subject and illustrating it as only Sam
Tilden can. He reminded the President
that this was a compensating world, and
illustrated this point by calling attention
to the fact that while the peacock had a
magnificent rainbow tail the bird was
good for nothing to eat that the elephant
was a colossal animal Dut lackea me speed
of the antelope. The President all the
time sat biting bis lip, wondering what
the devil Tilden was driving at. Tilden
continued: "There, too, Jlr. r resident,
is the poor stupid cyster, what a sweet
morsel to roll under your tongue, but
what a repulsive object to look at." The
President here interferred, and taking his
spectacles from his nose, quaintly observed
That mere was one mmg to oe saia in ia-
vor of me oyster, ana mat was if Anew
whtn to shut up." Tilden looked slightly
confused as the President lett the room,
leaving him to digest the oyster. Tilden
has now the same opinion of President
Johnson that the World had of him last
fall he is a "boorish tailor," whose knows
more about "a goose" than an oyster.
Alexandre!Dumas continues his lectures
in the French province. A story is told
of him at Limoges, which ia very cnarao-
teristio. As ne was beginning nis lecture,
perceiving a little boy who was staring a
him very hard, he took him up in his
arms, asked him his name, and kissed him.
"Horn," said he, putting him down, "if that
boy lives a nunorea years, ne will remem
ber the day when he was kissed by le pert
M. D. Conway writing from London to
the Round Table, says that Tennyson has
the frame of a Ooryphmus and the lungs of
a Stentor, and bias lair to make a notable
exception to the declaration of his proces
sor W taureateship, that (be good dje flrsV
Letter from Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 25.
i Although this city Is fully a fifth of a
century behind the country in business
tact, enterprise, public spirit and taste in
matters appertaining to appearance, &x,
it would seem as though its authorities
ought to be neither lost, nor indifierent to
a sense of humanity ; but it appears that
they are; "The liberal and humanitarian
tendencies of the age knocked the shackles
of the slaves held in this District from their
limbs some time ago, and the rational view
oi the case is that the relentless, cruel,
blighting system of bondage as it existed
everywhere, where recognized in this coun
try, would render its subjects the most ig
norant, prejudiced and ' degraded class in
the community. Such were the people
relieved from slavery and turned loese in
this cKy, reasonably enough to conclude to
be idle, indigent, vagrant, lying, stealing,
and all sorts of crime-committing creatures.
It is a matter then of duty and self inter
est that these people should be educated,
improved and elevated. Statistics show
that the surest, earnest, and the best way
to prevent the evils in aocioty, is to educate
the people, improve their sense of proprie
ty and the essential filnees of things, yet
tbesa Washington authorities are making
war upon these fact. But more than this
There are laws of Congress requiring at the
hands of these authorities, the money by
taxation to educate these colored people, as
seen by the following extract; the law it
self was passed by Congress in May, 1862:
rhat from and after the oaesasre of this
act it shall be the duty of the municipal
aabuvxibioB ui uo uues ox waeninerton and
Georgetown, in the District of Columbia,
vo set apart wan per centum OI me amount
received from taxes levied on the personal
and real property in said cities owned by
iroiouiin vi wiw. wuiuu Bum rccsiveu lor
taxes, as aforesaid, shall be appropriated
iur kuo uuruueeui juieiauug aBvobemox pri
mary schools for the education of colored
cnuaren residing in s&id cities."
Yet right in the face of this olain re
quirement, forgetting self-interest and the
law of kindness, these authorities, by the
sheerest prevarication ever devised, excuse
memseives trom obedience to this law.
But Congress passed another law in 1864.
which was approved June 21, in relation to
the same subject, inasmuch as the one above
quoted was disregarded, and here is a brief
extract trom it :
"That from and after the passage of this
act it shall be the duty ot the municipal
authorities of the cities of Washington and
Georgetown, in the District of Columbia,
to set apart each year from the whole
fund received lrom all sources by such an
thorities, applicable, under existing provis
ions of law to purposes of public education,
such a proportionate part thereof as the
number of colored children between the
ages of six and seventeen years in the re
spective cities bear to the whole number of
children tnereof, for the purpose of estab
lishing and sustaining public schools in
said cities for the education of colortd
children ; that the said proportion shall b9
ascertained by the last reported census of
me population ot said cities made prior to
saia apportionment, ana snail be regula
ted at all times thereby; and that the said
fund shall be paid to the trustees appointed
under the act of Congress approved July
Yet this law is evaded bv such subter
fuges as the following. The Havor has
"doubtf," he says :
" This doubt is occasioned by the fact
that the ait of the City Councils (August
11, 1861) imposing this special tax for the
support of the public schools of this city,
was subsequent to the act of Congress,
June 25, 1864, and was not at tha time of
the passage ot the act of Congress 1 an ex
isting provision of law,' as contemplated
by that section of that act."
What athameit is that at the Capital
of this great nation everything is left to
drag twenty years behind the country.
How mortifying it is to the American
citizen toeeo the Capital of the country
exhibiting euch a contrast with the grow-
tog, enieipraiog ana commftnaiDg cnaxac-
tanAf in.AA..t.iM.:..nir I
WW VM'W WM,V ilUIIHIlJ OQU, HC1Q
ror tne management ot tne attain ol tne
State coming within the line of his duty.
ne is determiner! mat tne imio clerks Here
in the Department too, shall have the
privilege of exercising the elective fran
chise in the coming gubernatorial election,
by asking for them "leave of absence" to
do so, and he has bestirred himself also, to
obtain for them, from the Railroads, tickets
at commutation rates, to enable them' to
go home with as light a draft upon their
pockets as possible. The privileges of the
elective franchise should always be at
tended to. Then and thus the freemen ex
presses his will in relation to his policy of
Ihe next session of Congress is looked
forward to with the deepest interest by
people here and all over the country. It
must oe one ot tne greatest importance,
inasmuch as all the States that were in
rebellion will, by their BepreBentatives,
knock at the doors of Congress for admis
sion into tne Union With a restoration ot
their rights and privileges.
WASHINGTON, September 25. The Davenports---Their Exposure in
Paris--Reported Discovery of a Secret
The faria correspondent of tbe London
Daily Kcws gives tbe following account
of tbe exposure of the Davenport decep
tion in Paris :
"The Dvenrjort brothers have anrieared
for the first and probably the last time in
Paris. They had taken the precaution to
print upon the tickets (price twenty-five
francs each) a notice that the spectators
must implicitly obey the instructions of the
interpreter. Notwithstanding the price
charged, the room was filled, but already,
beiere tne commencement ot me perior
mance, there were symptoms that things
would not pass so quietly as in the private
abode of the adepts. M. Bobin had the
evening before given an exhibition very
closely resembling the spiritual manifesta
tions ol wmcn tne par tratrum are me
mediums, so that theaudience was not only
critical, but well up in the subject. Some
delay occurred in commencing the perfor
mance; a meagre band of musicians en
deavored in vain to fUl it up with attempts
at a valse, which the impatience of the
public would not permit tnem to unien.
"At last a whlte-cravatted, blue-coated.
gilt-buttoned individual, with gloves (if
not hands) irreproachably clean, appeared
on tbe stage, lie explained, in somewhat
dreamy language, tnat tne orotners made
no pretensions to supernatural powers, that
they were mere passive agents of spiritual
manifestations, which tiey do not pretend
to explain. They do i.. ask for faith;
they address themselves to science, to
which they present certain phenomena,
facta which science and the press may dis
cuss. The speech was a long one, the
audience got tired, and calltd out for the
experiments -,' 'the two brothers' ; and some
wag added. Let Deux Sirurs. Ihey came
forward at last, looking worn and rather
frightened, ice interpreter then invited
two of the aulience to come upon the
stage to watch the operation.
(Line two men who stepped forward were
greeted with howls of " Confreres 1" but
these changed to applause when they
named themselves, jn. L ae fene, well-
known for a celebrated duel, and editor of
the "Gazette de .Strangers," and the
Vicomte Cluny. They inspected cords
and cupboard, saw nothing suspicious, and
the brothers were as securely as usual tied
to their bench. . The doors are closed, the
unearthly hubbub of unmusical instru
ments commence a: the spectators ask for
light; the spirits by their interpreter ob
ject; the public is a moment silent, and
the brothers walk out oi their box unbound.
One of the gentlemen who tied them
thinks the ropes produced are sot the same
he had used, but the objection does not
prevent a second manifestation. This lime
the brothers, who had entered the box un
bound, are found solidly attached to the
bencn, out a spectator wnose attention had
been unlnterruptedlv fixed on tha bench.
jumps on the stsgo, puts his hand on the
bench round which the cords are wound,
touches a spring, the bench bends in the
middle, ani the cords fall at the feet of the
captives, who themselves plumped down,
not on their heads. The rush, the row were
terrific, (be appearance 01 tbe c?mmissarv
of police, who announced that the money
would be returned, succeeded in restoring
quiet. The company, after examining the
mysteries of the' cupboard, retired, not
sorry to find tneir money in tneir pockets,
deliehted at having detected the imposture,
and glad to breathe some fresh air, for the
heat had been stifling. Let us hope that
this is the last we shall hear of this gross
imposture. The believers in spiritualism
will probably persist In their superstition,
and even the case of the brothers may be
less desperate than it would seem to un
biassed observers. Who knows that their
discomfiture was not a trick of the spirits V
A comnlate assortment of the above goods
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPE
TAILOB, GB18WOL11 A t'O.
917 Superior street.
"17" E E Y SOAKC-E
. . TTT7
SO Piesra two Inch BeltlnK,
01 " Union Belting,
ICO 14 new stjle French Belting.
, HiLLR ft CO..
14T Water .treet.
Splendid aicortment of
M. HALU ft 00..
147 Watfr .u-eet.
TTlLBGAN EVENING SILKS In aU
I'i the Ufiht ehadee, just opened by
sepiT 7 and 11 Public Sqnar..
1 ARSE STOCK OJT P01.NT LACE
li Handkerchief., Collars and Seta, noticed to
J. H. D.WITT ft 00..
7 snd 11 Pobllcfqnars.
rPKIMMIXG LA0E3 Black Thread
X and Gutpare Whit. Point, Biond.V.lecctenne.
Thread ana roint Appiiqae-
- - a . r,nni
ffp2fi 7 and 11 Public Sqoare.
1 he DlNulay oi
Ladies' New Style Cloaks,
TO-DAT 13 MAGNIFICENT.
The Design and Manufacture of
The lady's Cloak
IS A BPnOIALITT OP THIS HOVSS.
Surpieiin. all competltoie lo focllittrs for ano-
plUs the Olcak Department will b kept through
out the aesson UHKtlUiLLEO IK CLIVKL4ND
Far KichBess oi Material and Beaut
Orders received and promptly executed, at
ae-2il 289 Superior Ktreet.
I'rucib, Ijasllngloii & KenaU
sfeiino Wrappers, Merino Drawers,
tJissrs' t rawers and Wrappers,
Hisses hull, Ladies' Suits,
Vent's Wrappers and Drawers,
White, Scarlet, Bine Clouded and Bibbad.
EI. BALDWIN & CO.
. HAVB OH ExaiairiON
'ihe largest and most elegant assortment of
Ever effared in thii market, compritiog
Irish A Freoch roplfni.
Oloths, Caasiaierea and
faces and Embroideries,
Gent's Wrappers nl
Lad f es do do
Children's do do
Hosiery and Coves,
TnrtoD Sszonj Plaids,
Faiiley Wool "hiwli,
Cloaks and Oloakioga,
eepis aw. 1,
- ' -ml
BALDWIN A GO.
TT V HOWER V PfH
J- AAV-f 1 1 -LiA VX
Have fast received m fail Stock of
Impress Cloths, ropllns,
Slack and Colored Alpacas.
Alto, a large Stock of
With a fnU line of
WOOL SHAWLS, BREAKFAST DO.
LADIES' CLOTHS, PEINT3,
Delaines and domestics,
With all kinds of
DRY GOODS CHEAP!
so BUBOi-lvr Street, Corner Seneca.
EN Hoaa and Socks, Jnst receired at
At. HALLE A VO.'S,
angM 147 Water strsct.
is na rniosa or
Ha vine nnrchased bt stock of Linen Good
the heavy decline of Gold, I am enabled to
them at greatly reduced rates. Ia the stock
BloacMed Table Damask at
Former pnoe, i&w a yard.
Bleached Table Damask at
Former price, u6 a yaro.
KJnbl'd Table Damask only $1 a yard.
PILLOW-CASK LINEN, of best qualities, at
Wfllia TABLI-OLOTH ti 13.00: actually
worth now, 16.00.
NAPKINB, D07LBS, and L1BSK BOBOII8,
Eand-$pwn Damatk, ToueU, Diaper J"c
All Linen Goods sold by me are warranted of the
beet mnnfactnre, and will be sold off as low
snch qualities of goods can be afforded.
a. a a pacaageoi ijaaiee ana uenie nanf
K K BCUi E V6 and some B ttO N T A B LK0LOTH8,
slightly wet, will be sold off at very low prices.
Da n I MAn,
ar4?W4 Oor. rrjrwlHfr anri PnHtn Hfintre.
MDp'Af (T A T, "OT fnF,
XliM31J X1XJ JX JAXJ,
KAUFMAN & BRO.
call tb. attention of their emtrmers
tb. pakllo genernllj, that thsy harsreniorml
No. IK FnbUo eqaars, to their largo and
250 Superior street,
No connection with any other place In the city.
now work on better advantases low rent?.
one quarter the rents that others have to pay.
profits to manufacturers. All thos. induce.
menta we offer to our CustomoTa, whether
WHOLESALE OK EETAIL.
We oan enure bargains in every style and shape.
We make the
Seal rrenca Style of Corset nnd tne
Latest style or Bkiru.
LADIES' PUBLISHING GOODS.
Bemember the f lace, 250 Superior
street, ud stairs.
awarders Ailed at short notice.
augOO KAUFMAN A BBO.
Q0 BUZ XOUB
AT THE MANUFACTORY OF
10. (28 SUPERIOR ST. UNDER AIERICM HOTEL
And imv. a second profit. jylT
HAYES' RAILROAD FAST EX
PBE39 WAOE8 UOnPUnNS TABUS.
Ihe most el tborate, complete and oomnrehenslve
work for computing wages ever publiihed in this
oouotty. Everybody having wages to compote
wants it; and no one having once used it will do
without it for three times its coat. Iverr Sea re
warranted correct. Its form ia snch that the
amounts desired oaa be found with great rapidity I
sbil.lt la practically ImpoaslDle to mistake tne I
sues losght. It ia more convenient for use than I
any machine with revolving disks or cy linden ever I
invented. Bubstantielr bound In book form. I
rriee, single copies, Si.OO. Sent by mall free of j
poatsge on receipt of tbe prioa. rold an this eity
W. D. BAKKfiV Agent, 96 Superior Street, and
the publisher, LKdTIR HAYES, Kent, Por
tage county, Obio. A few experienced Agents
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
WHOLESALE AHD EETAIL
Oar itook U .nrim nvnJ Tar led. camnriarfn nar..
thin nted bv Hilllocrt. We Invite their aBnecir.1
LADIES' WIS ES INO CHILDV HATS AND TURBANS
In "OleoRiiTT," "Nemo Grant," "Bocky Point.1
DQ 'VSttbriaWics All nti stl Ai.a .f.
s iDiovk uiiaieui (I
from which Milliners can nlect lha eewnct and
mottdeainblewlu at leaioaablep rices. W shave
If it? bona In all width! and color.
Bllka-The varieties used by Mllllneri.
Laces and Blonds In great proration.
French Flowers Choios and beastlfa).
American Flowers Ver cheap.
flonnct Ornaments-In great variety o' etvle
Ostrich Plumes Alio cheep varieties.
Kuld's Bonnet Fraines-The beat made.
We ofes everv Inducer. or t lo lha WhaleasU
Betatl trade, in varie' v and bean v af atvlua. ami
oir pricct thall be tint lowed pouibit
A1UKGAN, KOOT & CO.'S
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
Golden Periodical Pills.
Infallible in Correcting Irregularities, Be-
.ttomovi'i Obstructions or tne Monthly
Turns, from whatever Cause, and
ALWAYS sUCCEo3?UL aa a PUEKNTATlV.
It I. now over thlrtv lean ilnoe the above eel.-
brat d PiUa were flrtit discovered bv Dr. Ddpohoo.
oi raria, aunng wnirn rim. tnej have been exten
sively and aaoceajffilly used in most or thopnblio
institution-, m well aa In private practice), of both
hemispheres, mtith XiraUelUd mucoeu ta eeery oooc,
ana it is or.ly .i the "nrent rtqueat" of th. thon.
.ends of La1it who have u-ed tn.BS. that he ia In.
duced to make the Pill, public for the alleviation
of those ao flaring from any Irregntaritiee what
ever, ea well a. to prevent en Inoreaee of family,
where health will not Dermit It. Females neon.
liarly aitaated'or those supposing themselves so,
are cautioned .point t ntiog theee pills while In
that condltioa, aa the proprietor nsenmee no re-
a, viuoi w larcr auo ills areao XVaWaTloXJVJuuVSsas
rriae. sL.uu per Box. six Boxee S6.C0.
eVlu In Olevei.nd bv Mwr.ru. BsNTON ft StTR.
HAM and 8TU0HQ ft ARMSTRONG, wbo will
upply Dealer., and oend the flllc conSdenlialljr by
niau on reoeipe oi ei,w, oraa.treefl
nr17:rS Be!" Proprietor, New Tork.
rpUE GKKAT HEW ENGLAND
Dr. J. TV. FOLLA BID'S
WHITE W5E COttrOCND
Is now offered to the s Rioted throrjrhoTtt the ooan-
tty, after having btea proved by the teat ot eleven
years. In the New Kn friend St-etca, where Its merits
have become as well know n aa the tree from which,
in part, it derives its virtues.
THE W tITE PINE COMPOUND CURES
Sore Throat. Colds, doughs, Dlptberia, Bronchitis,
BpitUDg oi tttooa, ana mimonary
It is remarkable remedy lor Kidney Com
Elalnts, Diabetes, pifflcnlty or voiding Urine,
letdiig (rem tie Ktdneis and Bladder, Gravel,
ana otoer .ompininu.
For Piles and Scurry ft will be fousd very
valuable. Give It a trial, if yoa would learn the
value ef a good and tried Medicine. Tt is pleasant,
safe and sore. Hold by Druggist and dealers la
rtiiu. w. o w is ri, ht. v.. rropnsior, tfostoo.
B0RNHAU3 VAN SOB AAOK. Ohlcaio, IlL.
JOHN D. PABK. Cincinnati, Ohio,
apl:25Qeod Cen'l Agents for the West.
111 Classes r-e InteraaUd.
srroTers, Hurchanta. Lumbermen. Ms.
ohanica. Mlnurs. Bankers, the rloh and tha poor.
should ak themselTei if the slightest Stphilitio,
soalled Psitats Disuss, taint la lingering ia
tneir 01 stems ,11 so, they should apply in person,
possible: If not possible In person, bv letter.
and reoelT. by retnra mall . blank oironlar oi
qneatlon., which will enable any one to know posl-
ureiy jnst now tney stsna.
To the intelligent reader it la not neosaaary lo
publish the names of the many complications and
forms assumed by this terrible scourge, yet It may
adviaable to mention aa most prominent 8rpn
ilis Pbihabt, Stpbilib Sboondabt, and Brrnius
Teeti4B7, the latter involving tha bones la Its
Irery one should know, also, that many ol tha
most obstinate and worst ULcnaiTan TanOAra
iroceed from this cause, and will, if not properly
landled. ultimately mult in loss of voice. Look to
yonr true interest, and eonsolt by letter ,or apply at
Uti. JLIS11AK1 "B
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL
Private Medical Dispensary.
130 Jenernon Avenue. Detroit, Klda.
Hear the Michigan Exchange Hotel.
Where ever, form of Brr-HL-s and all other dls
eases of th. procreatire and urinary organs of both
sexes are more successfully managed than at any
other similar Institution in this oonntry. Irery
one should know that whilst the slightest const!.
tutional contamination exists, marriage la Impos
sible, for the good reason thst where offspring en
sues disease la nearly alwaya entailed. This, tners-
re, is one 01 the worst unpouimenia to main
mony. lUUHtt MM,
Buffering mentally and bodily from certain early
Improper practice., will nnd this a Dispensary
wnere were ss no uncertainty eoout getting iwu,
but where every one of such cases ar. cured per
manently. Mo books published ty nor iaraed from
this institution by which the mind, of the young
are poisoned and they thereby ruined.
Married or single, requiring a Female Regulator,
should enclose one dollar and three postage stamps,
and by return mall they will reoeive, with fail di
rections, the only reliable Female Regulator In use.
This R milator I. fust beoomlnr the favoriteof ladle.
v.ry where, simply beoause iu action la mild and
safe and can aiwaya be depended upon in removing
obatructiona from colds and any other cause.
All correspondence strictly eonnaenliai. ijettera
consultation ahou'd contain one dollar aad a
postage stamp for answer. Offioa and rooms ar
ranged that patients never see eash eth.r.
Jonsuitation ana servicoa at tn. omc, rree to tn.
poor, every Saturday afternoon, from 9 to o r. m.
Office and Dispensary open from 8 a. u. to 8 r. M.,
dally, .xosvt oundays. AUneoesoaiarglcsl oper
Address, ra. miuuii,
Post Offlce Drawer 626. Detroit. Mich.
Endow two Doetase stamps and send for circular
qneationa, and, if properly answered, medicines
oan be sent te any part of the oountry. Bemember
these cases must be enred or tne worst consequences
AND MODI OF TBEATMENT IS
THE ACXE 07 PERFECTION.
is Mnssnateai the seeres amtau e)i
this terrible dliesse, and exterminate, it, root and
IS awmnwM nil the wretened Syrmp-
soma of this loathesome malady, and averts con
It cdmma tne neevd. deoaoruosa (ne
breath, and anorda the most grateful reUef.
It nUewlatew more atony IkXKt aliens
suffering than tongns oan tell.
It ia noted for carina; tne most nope
less eases, that every known means tailed la.
b inM H.v. Hoae nnd Periodle tjtv
tarrh. of th. most obstinate and violent types.
Ho form or Cntstrrn or noises in u.
aad can resist lit penetrating power.
t. txiodialo'Bi r'ntarrti KeinedT ia
hamuees liquid, Inhaled from tne palm oi me nana.
r. K. floodnle is known throna-nont
the eownlry, aa tha Author ol ins only xrse iseo
rv of Catarrh ever published. Where Ita Origin
What Its Bsvages Mode of Treatment -and Sepia
Oure In all Ita forma.
Dr. oxl ale's rsmpnin on uuura
should be nad by every one. It oaa be obtained at
oar nearest Agency, or by sending a postage stamp
to oor onus.
Trio, tl 0). Pend s tsmt for vemimlet.
O. B PABEEB. Bole Agent, 76 Bleecker street,
Hold or . w. lK. mevei.pq. gtww
EYE AND EAR.
Dr. J. B. eOoanell'a
EYE & EAR INFIRMARY.
asta nnperior ot., viereianoi, v.
f , ... - .
OR &PERMA TTORRHCEAj GLEET, fe
aITTKB all othb tbbatment fails.
ToraerlT of Hew Tork Ottr. will pt one hundred
doUavre tor tbe proof that he ever faili to enre tbe
jboTvVnamed dueuee. lie will par the eanie gum
for the proof that auj other Physician in the United
onwi srwiM uw Name aueaae. witn equal .access.
After nanr Ttb of labotioaa atndy aad ezperlenoa
UI. U1IAVD W UFspp
V7 in being to aanonuoe to Uvs
i he hu perfected a ft)iun. ol urtsi
THB BPIKDT AND FXBHAHIFT CCKI
of the a bore, and alao ail oontagiooa dtaeaam of the
KwwpruuacnTe vreanB, wnn au dm euueta auutoi
uereirom. laeiodiiig Uiierai
DEBILITY OB hlEKVOCB PBOSTBATlON,
He haa inooeeded in onrine caei In thin city, some of
wuaat asaau rraiUMl UUDlrT m m dOllarl WKD Beil-
j wj puynciaua. woo proieea to treat all private
maiadtea with Baoofaa.and without itxeiTiliB the
;Mt particle oi Deoefit.
Dr. Gibtjon does not bout that he a mitmlsM nf
onia vjoiietfts in isonaon or aVann. u tawhani anr.rn
others do for the purpose of ensnaring the innoevnt.
ana woo noia on. great expectations, newer to be re-
aiiEoa. Dai wn.t ur. u. miht bowl el is this, that
be ia able to gire entire ntii faction to those who r-
KMConisdenceinhisatlUtrandintegritr, and that
has aerfected an American system of treatmfvnt
Which cnallenges any Parsician of London or Paris.
or any patent medicine, to equal for the radical core
of seminal weakness, and ail diseases or derange
menta, both mentaiaad pibjriioai. arlaiiic tromsexoal
Dr. Gibson alio claims fbr his new treatment tha
bllowiiig adTantagea OTer all other yet discovered
and, first, tha agents used are In no respect disagree
able: ha asos ao relics of thf dark ages, snch as Mer
cury, or any other deleterious drug; secondly, no
restriction In diet or business is required, thirdly,
hie treatment Is positive and certain tu allcatres. He
stands prepared to go Into any poblicor private hoa-
pii-M in tne umiea states, ana aemonstrate tne im
mense superiority of his new treatment over any oth
er now known to the world. In point of promptnes,
ptTtnaueacy. niildnesa, safety and convetuenoe to the
Dr. Ursaos; b permanently located In Cleveland,
and has during the east five retire DerformrMi uanT
cures of diseases wtiich had for years resisted all
other modes of treatment. Beferencei can be given
to individuals of the first respectability In Cleveland.
Bo-ton, Hew York and other cities, in regard to skill
and integrity in all professional traasao'ions.
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism. Scrofbla, all Diseases of the
urinary urgans, and ail Unro&io Diseases treated
rn superior success.
aW Mrxitcmot. sent to inr Mrt ot nhiuiffM'
receipt of ten dollars.
L Dr. Gibson's Hew work on FhyBfolorr Jot salt at
DB. H I B N O H,
PsWotmob or JaUoBOTBOPaT ht ud saDHnnsj.
Offioe lift Seneca Street, a few docira frnm 4 Deri nr.
npitiirs. opposite the City Hotel.
apa voice nours irom y to li and iron I to 5 o'clock
Daily fKundurs excepted ) jaol?
TI1EKE If KO KUCH WO(tUANVAJL
TABBANrS COMPOUND Ei
traotoi CUBEBS AND COPAIBA
Is a Sure, Certain and N needy Care for all
diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys and Uri
nary Orleans, either Kale or Female, freouent-
ly per forming a Derfeot cure In the short sirvce of
rnreenr roar asys, ana always in leestime tnan
any other Preparation. In the use of TAB B ANT'S
uunruunu saibaui xtw am tits asu w
PAIBA there la no need of oonfinetnent or change
ei aiet, in its approved lorm or a paste, it la en
tirely tasteless, and causes bo unpleasant aenR
tioa to tha patient, and no exposure. It Is now
acknowledged by the most learned in tbe Profes
sion that In tha above ciasa of Dlseaaes, I'nbebs
ana sjopaioa re the Unly Two iiemed.es knowa
that oan be relied upon with any Oertalnty of tac
oess. Tarrnnt's Compound Ixttact of Oubebs and
Oopwiba NBYFiB FAILS. Manufactured only by
978 Greenwich street. New York.
tr8old by Drugfiisu all over the World:
Offlce 179 South Clark Street,
Ocmsr of Honroe, cxtxcukom xsfW
Poet Offloe Box. 10.
All Chronic and Sexu
al Diseases of a Private
and Delicate. Nature,
treated with Unparai
leied success. Dr. Bigs
low's Guide to Health,
t ladies and gentle
men, la published
roontnly. 8eid for ltii
yea think the writings
cf a physician whose
throughout the entire
West sbcttld bs worvh
readins;- It is sent in
plain senied suvlcjiea
free of charge. AJinost
every case can be treat
ed by meil. ilcdlcirei
s-nt to any rddreea
Ladles, rnd hr dcr!p
tlve Circular of Pewxrie
Rfmede, the lnt-nt snd
best prsvmiative 9'
Hoe mi S9ptefbr Udlot Gsrl'tnti.
CQHiULTATIOnT AT OtllOS, J3IA
Cma Hccmi From a. m. to 1 1
esmatonhom or Wervons DetiUry a enre
a""' IS -
IV DIBTOTIOHB ABB FOLLOWIO.
-CALL FOB A CIKCULAB D2-
SClilBING ALL SYMPTOM3,
The symptoHU of Oa tarrh, aa they ganeraOy an
pear, are at first very alight. Persons And tc3
heva a cold, that they have frequent attacks, and
more sensitive to the change of temperature,
tills condition, tha nose may be dry, or a slight
discharge, thin and acrid, aiterwards becoming
tnioc ana aonesive. 4s tne aisease Deoomes onronw
dlsohanrea are inoreased In quantity and
ohaoged In quality ; they are now thick and heavy
and are hawked or eonghed off. Tha secretions are
oOftsive, censing a bad breath ; tha voioe la thick
and nasal the eye an weak ; tha sense af tha
smell Is lessened or destroyed ; dsafnees frequently
taxes place. Another oommon and Important
symptom of Oa tarrh to, that tha person Is obliged
dear his throat In the morning of a thick or
limy moons, which haa fallen down from the head
duriatg the night. Whs a this takes place tha per
son may be sura that his disease ia on its way to
lungs, and should lose no time In arresting It.
Tes oooes are trnttm tfttotmami Umiarr smtoam
Blnrle Bottle will last m Month to
neea uiree tiimesj m xa.
OR. D. H. SEELYE & CO.
BOL raoraisrroxa, liAicago, uiiaoia.;
WW IdiDoratory at Treeport, llliocls.
OBXBSAL A QEXTSt
ions d. Br .... 1 0
M. JOHKUON lVtroit, Mloh
tTBOBa a ABMBT&OHa OUvsland, 0
AHD FOB BAia BT
The. vxww.Kr,nHvOT of i7ilTfd1 Ml tS In theSB PHIS IS tBS
tnuAr . sand MtsinsriTa enSctice. Ther ara
mild in their oper tlon and cannot Io harm to the
most delicate ; certain in oorrecung au T -
rainmi xienstrnaton. reoomiB wi
Kak. im nr nfhrwiawt. Huadache. Pain in
w. aii. F Lhjt HAntrt. VV hlUsB. all NerV-
our Afte Itions, Hysterica, Fatigue, Pain in the back
ana ijimos, ana uistuiwai mMKw v .w
interruption of nature.
Hp. fThAMflmill'l rills
was the enieaoament of a new era rn the treatment
imsTularlties and obstructions which have cou
Idgned so many to a premature grave. Lojvjmalecaa
enjoy good health unless she Is regular. i wtseno-er
oDstrncuon tacea bukv -saw
tAditK. Ttvansn tnihi forflB the ftndet Biveirai
aver put Ibi
larrl WlU IBBIl'lAII sbuva riocuiai'i
Ht BB DIVJCIYSD. Take this adver
tisement to your ITTjgit, and tell mm mat you
111 111 WOULD, wnich to comprised in t-aesePuia,
JPB. OHBlatiEMAM'8 FlhUi,
bar been a standard remedy tor over thirty fears,
and are tha most efiecruai one ever known for all
.i.u. ..niin (a iVnialM. To all alasee tbw
are Invaluabie, inducing, with oertainty, periodical
retrolarity. They are known to thousands, who have
useu vxjoiii iuikuqui pvtsuias, ." .
Ary, having the sanction oi seme Q we mosn oauiim--
AXsUlCl. Uncuoui,sfltiil writes iuvhi.
aipd, with each box. Price OMB lLiaAB per dox
at rKs in SA
Pills sent by mall, promptly, secure from observa
tion, br remi ttlng to the Proprietors, bo LA si iiau-
MgH CTBBS T 11 i
BOTOHIHGS a H1LLYXB, Pros'rs.
si rriaar atreet. Now xork.
BUTTON 4 DTJNH AM. 116 and lie Superior treet.
Olevelana, unto, w noaeaaBi aaeaie.
rrneb Fancy mttta 1r Works
Belvedere Farm, last Cleveland, nl
so Keneca airee.
nnras 10ft fisneea St.. Olereland. O.
I mean to make this the BIST DYI-HOCSI IB
THS W Kdl, aad shall spar, ao effort to give sat-
I call the especial attentloa of fieotlmaea to the
IMPBOTID FBINCH BTIL1
iTIHAKTER OAK Lira jg. Cq(
J OF Harlord. Coma.
ORQAMZED 115. CHABTSK PJCiiPitlCAL,
J. u. WAitt.Jjixf rrea u
HAYDJEN COOOLAS, Gen'l Arenla,
iw Dupwiur .c , uisT.uuia.
ef Agents appointed and good lndnoens. . 0
THE OLD AND BELIABLE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HEW IOIK.
PATRONIZED BY TUB FIBST
BUSINESS HEN In onr cltj daring the last
TWIU1TY-TW0 Tears, offers tbe following, an eg
tuauj uiun inuumMHH, M, iuim, ouBceniyiaung
TIIS GREATEST SECUBIIT!
ITS A0IUAL CASH ASSITS BILBO 0TSR
And much more than the esse Is of any other life
Voaipen; In this oonntry.
Its List Cah tlTldenl vu oyer
blity per tent.
Of Premiums nald. and larger than has been de
clared bv oh. other Life Iiuuranew Company in the.
world, affordiog lasorejLOe at lees cost than la any
Dividend now IVerlarrd and raid In
Thus nffordine; nil tbe advantages of th. note sys
tem, and B4V1NG THg ASeUBID A LAEGi
AHOChT paid aa Interest to note Companies.
Vor circulars with rail particulars, or te roll
cles, apply to
JGM 6. JmiXSS, I gent.
sap9 ATWATEB BUI'DISO.
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
or Cleveland, Ohio.
fapKnl tUOO,04tO 00,
Invested In or faltr seonred by first-claes
Mortgages, Sonda and clocks.
E. P. Morgan, W. W. Wright,
B. P. Kvera. Dr. T. T. Beelva.
i. H. Cnderword, Dr. W. 8. SUcator,
B. nenam. I'anuj adimi.
Loren Prentiss, A. N. Batchelderv
H. K. Bavnoids. 1. P. Stanard.
T-B.Bwkith, 0. 0.6rlawokU
. F. MOROHN, Preridcnt.
B. P. MYERS. Vice Preeldent.
J. H. UNDKbWOOD, Eecretary.
J. B. M1BIAM, Treasnrer.
A. If. UATCHKtl'KB, General Agent,
aOfflce In Bonse's Block, corner of Snnerl
ft. and Habile Sqoare, Cleveland, Ohio. myl:B4
W. a. aUMHBLLS. J. A. cUaOBBSTSB.
(Sacceuori to Judd A Enswortn.
211 SUPJEBIOB BT, CLEVELAND,
Represent the following well known and popular
Companies: New Sngland, capital, 246,000; Al
bany City, S7A,0G0; aUamtur, 0OO; Putnam,
600JHope 9I80,C00; Western Mass., fJOO.COw ;
Ins. Co. of orth America, $1,760,000.
Jnland navigation risks on Hulls and Cargoea.
aw iaoeses adjusUd and promptly paid at this
SUN iUSE KSUBINCE CO MPAKI,
0FFICI 17S 8CPIBIOR 6TB KIT.
CASH CAPITA - S250.O0O.
STIliLM AS WITT, JAMES 5 '-OH,
E. I. BALDWIN, B. M. OHAr-lN,
JNO. V. WABNER, GKO. V'OBTaiKGTOB.
HliHltf HABVEI, O. A. BllOOLiS,
W. B. BUl LBS.
8rilX3IA9 WITT, President,
IT. Rf. OfAPIS, Yirair't.
K. O. ROU?E, Secretary. mti30:R
Denentl Fire, H nrf n ntxt 1.1 fe Inswr
Offloe, Ovuiti's KTchange, foot Snperlor Btrsst
nBrHBSBHT. th. roLLowisQ oowPAaris:
Bnckeye Matnal Ins. CoM Cleveland, Ateete.
Ohio. (Fire and Marlue)....a 94S.14S
Market Fire 111,7
rniton Fire a4,l
Norwich Fire Ins. Oo,, Norwich, Ot. -45,a4s
North Westers " Oawego, N. ?. 840.77
Hew Tork Lit. " Sew tork. S,3sV7S0
Phoenix M.rlce Ins, Oo. of Brooklyn
ri. x.. caen caplLal.HWHnMH......H.l,fjju,uvw
LOSSES eaOMPLTY ADJOBTBD AND PAID.
Partlonlar attentiea glvea to the adjustment ?
Harine Looses. L. D. HDDMOH,
Agent and Adjnsur.
Oapt. O. A. A&snires. Marine Insoector. fe!8:B
GTBSHGTH TO MB Wl-Aill
J YOUTH TO IRE AOKlill
This preparation is unequal Jed as a liejuveiiatot
and liestaror of wasted or inert functions.
The Baited should be certain to make the Blokrene a
household god. Inasmuch as 1' will render them
rontuiuJ in feeline and In strength, and enable them
to live over aam the days of their pristine ioy. it
not eu)y exhilarates but strengthens, and Is really an
tnvaluablv blessing, especially te those who have been
reduced to avondUion ol servility, aalf-ahuae, mis for
tune, or ordinary sickness. Mo matter what the
cause of the 1m potency of any human organ, this lu-
perD preMration WlU remove toe aoeos at once and
OrBBi ImomfOT, Qbneral Usbilitt, Nibtotjs Ib
CAPACITY, DtSPCPMA, DSfBlSSTOH, LOSS OF PPAXTITB,
LUW O FIB ITS, rtKAXJtskSS TUK UnOAurUUCU-
flON, iMBBCILITT, MENTAL lHTXLBMSB, KHACIATIOM,
&IVTJI. IT HAS' A HOST UXUeBTPCL, V Ml BABLB A1W
Novbl Krracr vpob tbb ISbbyovs Ststxm; and .0
who are In aur war arostrated bv nervoas dlsabiUUss
are earnestiy advised to seek a cure In this moat ex
cellent and naeqnalied preparation.
Persons who, by imprudence, have lost their BAT
DBAL VKAB, will And a speedy and permanent
core In tha
Tbe FEJTBLB, the LANGUID, the PS8PAIBIHO,
the OLD should glv this valuable discovery a trial 1
it wilt be found totally different from all other art.
cles for the same purposes.
TO FICAI 4LES. This or
preparation Is Invaluable is
nervons weaknesses of all kinds, as it will lestore tee
uorTunv wmauRrni us sati amus, i
WSoSITjwv ilrunath with Wlifitsftrf tl I MFmnnmCn.
It is also a snand tonic, and will give relief In Dys
pepsia with the nrst doae. A brief persistence in its
nitf Tsill r-ruwutM tha stomach to a dosrea of Berleot
bee.tb, and banish Dyspepsia forever.
One uo.iar per cotue,or six jwttata kt sow oow bt
Urutreists coceral Ly.
bout by exsr-ss anywnere, oy aauressing
iiUIOmSUe A BILLYEU, FroartetOTB.
81 Cxler street, New ork.
Bbbtov a frcrfHAM, Cleveland, Wholesale Afaats.
CuuftCHiLL Baos. Betatl Afuntl tor OlsvssianW.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
A Dloet Exnisite, lfelicnte and Frs
(ra I Perfunw, Dintille fraa thm
Kara and Bcnntifnl FI.w (rant .
which it take, ita nansey
Manofactared only by PUALO eV SOX,
Beware of Counterfeits.
Ask fbr rhalote'tTahe,me, thtr,
Sold by drnggiets genoriXly. u: :t
KrVt Tela, MiHakitta mad CWppv
OaUe 0 tt A t. B. U. Pie . Also, OSo. aad laid
at BaoUd street B. B. Crossing. OosJoiaa
aUoellist Unallt, lor
BT.I, OAS, UBAT1S. BTOTBS,
Oflee or House Ces. Also, AnXHBAOIII OOA1
ta lanrs er srsall (jiant ties.
r(. matiniiv;Uoited sad oromotrv sttead-
wi to. Ooai lor ami thing kept oOBStaauy oa hens.
For Washing Clothes wlthont Robbing. A good
deal better than a poor waehwomaa for Koadsj's
OODJIM ft lilDLEf,
Prnelnee), Farwardf na- nnd Cwmmlsalnn
Tor the sals ef flow. Oral., Seeds, Proriiloas, Ac
Offlce Ne. 77 end 7 lUrwl,, Otovelaad, O.
Bebr to A. X. Spenew. First National Bank
Cleveland; Fletcher bharp B.okers, Indianap
olis; O. W 8ajlth, K.O.., Oeneral J-rcUiil Ag.nt a
A I. 0. B.llrosd, IndlMapclla. analS tt
. a. aABa. w. a. btvuqht.
Earl, Straights Co.,
G EX EMAL
ion ma uu or
Flonr, ClriUn, rrodnea nnd Prowtslona.
8. K. OOB. TIN! AND FBONI BTKISTS,
Orders for all deserlpHons of Bwrchandise la ear
natketa promptly nlled. Advances on osn-lgn-menta.
Steacll platea fnrniahed to regnlar ship
per. Portlcnlar attention given to the Ml. of
Huglies, DaYls & Kockefellcr,
Sncoeaaors .to Enghes a Bockefeiler and Earn
lorvardlng, Produce t fieneral
Sexton's Slock, Ker win 8U,
Btsar a. savis.
rOB TBB 8-1 LB OS
TLOUB, GRMN, PBOVISI'INS, OBA68 8IID8,
i flUniB, ItnJo, BA"UN, Ac
Koa. 87 and 89 Hewia it, C:c?elsnd.
Liberal oaah advaneea atade on eonslnmmla ff
a. auiBA. a. babba. a. h. bahsa, n. a. babba.
ROB&BX HANNA & COSuccss
sons te Banns, esrvetaon A Co.. Vholesale
Qrooera, Forwardlog .nd C -mnilMioB M.rvfr..ts
and Dealers In Prcdnoe, Sail, Fish Ao., Central
xchange. No., lbs and 1T1 Klver street and Dot. .
I 1 .1 . vuiv.
w AKents for the Cleveland. Detroit and Lake
Superior Line of Steamers. janS
J G. BlilMOHS & CO,
Produce Commission Merchants,
SO MERWiN STREET, CLEVEUND, a
BOB TBB BOXB OB
VLOUB, GBAIN, FORK, BUTTml. KOUS,
. UMD, PuIATOSn, IiBIKB
FBUJT, Au., A.
Particular attention given to fllllrg orders for
sooh articles as can be obtained In this market.
j. btbimobb. . Jnn7:S43J b. o. bbmib.
f j. uniTBa, s. a. BBozwiTB, au a, aunan.
8. y. LESTES & CO ,
Storage and Produce Commission
i Kosi IS ui 50 Elver Eirect,
ClIiABK. A BANFOSD,
J (aaocassora to Clark a BockeMler,)
rr(iacc t'Kinilj109 Etrtauis,
ABD BULBBS IB
Si-ain, neexis, Flonr. Flsn, Waler Mmc,
Planter, Cvane,f'iae, W round
Solar nnd Xtnirj bi.lt.
Hon. S8, tl, i9 and 49 Blver street and oa the Deck.
. a. aanrona.
rroparrr ncrad b? Bsllroad or Canal, tor bale
BMl ment Will giT. msosal attention to the
ui. arm nnrcaas of iiodnce and Ceiohaadue ea
Llbsral Coeh Advanoea mad. on Coceignjnenta.
Brier to fulness sSm and Bankan jrr rra Ij.
Wholesale and Be tall Dealers la
fliODK, eBAIN, FEED, PROVIIIOHB, SALT.
WATIB LIME, Ao.Ao.
Agents Kit tbe sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron iEtca
All the different brands ef which, together with a
general assortment of Ohio and Indiana f'lonr arc
constantly kept on hand, In barrels, Half-Barrels
Ho. 1 OYIATTB EXCHHAHGH, Toot of 8CPB
BIOB BTBAVCT, vliV&LAXD, O.
A BENTS r OR THE
Kortnern Transportation Co.'a
Line ol bcrew bjeamtrs,
To aad Pross
OQDKVNBBTJBe, CAP TIKOKHT and OSWXO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COLT f
Property promptly forwarded to Hew Tork, Bos
ios, and ail points Cast or West, with dispatch snd
at the Lowest Rates of Freight.
Ihroogh contracts given to all the principal
iowna in Mew England and Mew York.- mch21:B3
no. w. auDBBB, aso. a. scar, a. o. h'baibt.
eASD.TEB,cillT & CO.,
Storng. nad Prodnc
Proprietors of ihe Union Bailway Ship and
al Qraln Elevators, storage capacity, MKOW
bushels. Offloe and Warenouae adJoiunH &h)
lo. 107 Xemia iU Clerelasd, 0.
Peelers In all kinds of Oonntry Produce, A Ren ta
for tbe "Bait Company of Cnondaga." Salt sold
always at the Company s prices.
Bait, Water LUme, flour, Grain, ltc., by oar
loads, reoeived or to be shipped oa the O. O, A O.,
G. A C. A C, 0. A P. or A. A G. W-, (najrow
fuage) Ballroads and their connections, loaded of
unloaded directly In oor warehouse, savins; ex
pense of dray age.
V 111 give personal attention to tbe filling of or
ders for Prod ace and Merchandise on Commiradon.
Liberal cash advanoea made on consi en menta.
We are prepared to reoeive and snip, by Canal,
Lake or BaiL (wlthont dray aire), Orlndstonee.
Staves, Marble, L amber, and coarse Freights of all
kinos. Bavins; tne vnjji uanniitto Xa.i xa
CIXT for the transfer of heavy Freights.
Befer to anka and business men generally,
jQEO. A BOYUi CO,
Suoceesora to John Boyoa A Bon,
Prodnce Oommission MerchtuitS
63 PEABL bTBEIT, BIW TORK.
Liberal advanoea on oonsiramenta.
Befsr to OUAAH BANK, MW T0BK, and
Banks generally In Cleveland.
etar The snbacri bar will furnish stencils upon ap
plication for marking property, and make cash ad
vBoeea ob cottainunsnta to the above House.
ti. O. DIMIfiO,
Office J. 9. Simmons A Co.,
my , : H 4 60 Merwin St.. 11evelir!d. O,
n so. essiis,
jcsiicx ot ihx mcz.
Office over SS Superior street,
acsl&ro CLITBLAHP, OHIO.
QHA3. IN. & CONWAY VT. HOBLB,
Altornejs ud Counsellori at lav,
OBABLBfl W. BOBLB. anI0B5j QOBWAV W. BOWLS.
J B. & O. L. IXOSBSOLL,
AUornejs at law.
Omca 311 Superior street, first door ap stair
Innl Rt fn.BVgt.AWTl. OHIO.
I. B. PIBUrr, the nimble OpMHsa, still coa
Unnea to rtve nuvera.1 catislactlos la the pi actio.
f hlc pro&ssKm, Bo. 1SS Soperior street, la
. steT-Itiatothe advantage of all, when so dev
est, a sens, as that or sight Is concerned, to deal
with one of acknowledged skill, who makes no bis.
Sreteoelons ; also a loll aseoitinent of Optical aad
IUn-ea.tlcAl rBtromeera. Inlyl.
L It has many tmprovsmrau er aay and all
ha. th. rmrtlbl. bed andlng the eloth sHh
est . right m laft, to stag eae e amtca th
aasa of saams It takes bar dldent rtitohes, the
Lock, Doabis Look, Knot and Donbn Knot each
being alike oa both sides of the ahrto. Ita ne
ktons are ell positive; sews the thickest or thinneir
tabrloa wlthont ehanrs of tsBstcn. Hesu aa j
width hest, Mia, braids, qnllta, binds, gathers, aa i
avws In a nfl. at the earns time.
X W. GLXA80M CO, Apmtf
tS Pabtte Sonera, Oievalaad, ana So. I M srrW
IoaB. TWrv-t Amaw..t.. IslTrr.Bff
ptSB APPLE CIDS3.
Dr." Taltot's Pine Acpla Cider,
ia sor sa is py