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Geol Win. S. Rasecrern, who succeeds Gen.
Medullars ia command of tlie Department ol
the Ohio, ia aaalive ot Ohio and a West- fo nt
offioer, having entered tbe Jliliiary Academy
in 1833. lie ivashrfveted Socosd Lieutenant
of Engineers in July, 1642, and wri subse
tjoently A-sistant Professor o! Engineering,
and of Xatoral and Eiperimental Philoso
phy in 1S47. A few- years alter tliia he re
signed. Ms commission in the army, and in
'the year 1854 settled in Cincinnati as an ar
chitect and civil' engineer, from wbiji posi
tion he - was called at the opening ol the
present war tq Uiie command of a regiment
pf.Obio Volucteers. lie wag toon after ap
pointed to tbe conmnnd of a brigade, in
which position he lought and Won the admi
rable battle of Rich JtouuUin, wbicb result
ed in tha surrender of the rtdiel leader, Col.
Pegram, an 1 his forces, and tbe rout of Gen.
Gttrnett's army ai B?vetly. Gen. Rosecrans
is in full vigor of m.tnboo'1, and enjoys the
reputation of a skillful "and valiant officer
It ia, therefore, ti be hoped tbnt be will prove
a wor by successor to Gen. McClellan, in
command of the important department OTer
which he bas been placed.
Gen. Rosecrans. The Country Press on Union Nominations.
j It it refreshing to see tbe unanimity with
which the country press in Ohio favor no-party
nominations for State officers, but a weld
ing together of all who' are in favor of main
tainingthe Union and the Constitution unim
paired.' Indeed, with the exception of a few
antiquated party hacks, who are politically
wrong from instinct, and who fancy their
own' upgraadizempnt wou'd be secured by
separate party action, tbe voice of Ohio is al
most unanimous against the lenewal af parli
ran strife in the approaching election. We
copy a few ritracta from papers in different
actions ot the State, for the purpose of show
ing, the strength of tilts feeling:
' Ve call upon tbe Democracy of Ohio to
join ns in a common cause acrainst a com
mon enemy. Wocstrr Republican..
The action of the Ohio Rpubli, an Central
Committee is- deserving all praise, Bnd will
receive we doubt not, the approval of loyal
men of all parties Medina OjTttu.
Patriotism dirtates the hearty Cnion of
the people' at this time, so that the support of
the Genet al Government may be hearty and
undivided.-' Hence we are opposed to party
nomin rtions. Morrow County (Dim.) Smti
nel. t "-, l .. ' ' ' .:...
i H-ci on a common platform, for the sup
pression of rebellion and tbe maintenance of
the Cnion Urkana-Ctmtm, -
. In times when all patriots, Republicans,
Democrats -Aroerkans, and Garrisonians,
alike shoulder their mu.'liets, seek the tent
ed - field and bloody battle ground, at,d
shoulder to shoulder hazard their lives in the
face of a .common " enemy, it ill becomes
those who are left behind to quarrel and
snarl and divide into partizan parties for tbe
sake of saying that this party's favorite or
IbalpartT'B candMai shall Ve elected ta vbift.
or that position. Guim'cy Timet.
1L Uuioo. the (Soverament. unit 4h fn-
lurcement ot Uie Ian; must oe our watcd
word and motto, r Awy, then, with party,
where pi inciple is not sacrificed, till our coun
try is safe, rebellion put down, and the Stars
and Stripes, our national emblem, unfold
themselves in pea--e ani their original gran
deur on every inch of our sacred soil. Leh
anm (Warren Oo.) Star.
A violent party strupgle at this time
wonld - have a tendency to weaken tbe
power which 'be.Administxation must have
in order to crush the . rebellion, and would
tend to divide and separate, where all should
esteem it a duty to unite in a common cause.
Mary witti Union Co.) Tribune.
The interest of tbe conutry in the present
crisis demands of all political parties to fore
go all party- prejudices, nd come up as one
man "for the maintenance of tbe Usion
against IherebeliiousStaie Ashland Timet.
The preservatioa of this government is of
infini'ely more consequence than party or
ganizations, and it . necessary to Secure tb
former, tbe latter should ne ignored entirely.
The a'l absorbing interests of the war com
pletely smother those partisan feelings whkb,
on ordinary ojcasibn'j, -will lead men to op
pose the measures and opinions of their po
litical advisers, and tbnt party names are for
the time being torgoueuw Stark Go. Sepub.
U'Un. ' , , ... ...-:ti'. !':...
Parties will do in times of pe ce, but when
the' country is in darijrer, aH patriots are
brothers. Can'on Repository. '
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Gen. McClellan's Habits.
'A Waehington dispatch to the' Xew Tori
Tribune thns destribes Gen. McCIellan's ap
pearanop, babits'and peculiar traits:
'" General llcdcllan ,u one of tbe ieastl
prptenttous o teen ho generally wears the
siaiple blouse of (lie riflemen,, with not even
ttie e'jined ihouldor ..straps to denole his
rank a man w'oe never wast-s time who
is indefatigable in big pursuit and attack of
the enemy, and equally untiring in his efforts
to" seenre .the utmost comfort of his men
compatible wi'b the circumstances of a sol
dier's life. "'Then bis line Is on' the march,
b H ever among the men, with a kind and
cheering word for every company; a pleas
ant look, or iud ralute, or hearty grap of
the hand for every ofheer or private with
whom be is brouhtpp SiJtaking terms by
business ; and iu a fight be is always at the
front of the column, iu tbe thickest of Ibe
danger, encouraging bis soldiers by cheering
wordi and fearless d-e 1. He takei sn'dier's
fare With' the-rest, asking no better food,
aad ncrnora lnznrious bed than the n w-est-rscruited
private utider his command
I Che tuts a man without proper shoes or
clothing, he has that man with his captain
sent to bis own quarters, where the maa is
served with the garments he needs, and the
captain receives a reprimand that leads him
to look more closely after the comfort of his
men in future, , . i ... f
' Tbst such a 'man should bo tbe idol ol
- his soldiers is hot surprising.' Tbe measure
or ttoeir-adoeatioa fnr 'him words fail to ei-
preas, though he tollowing slightly profane
bat onpammunly emphatic statement of one
of his men, will approximate to it: .."We
w'ould, every one pf us, fight for old. Mac
ti.t hell fr- te over, and then die on tbe ice,
'frigid entlmeot was cordially en
dorsed by all who heard it" ' - 1
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'Somi 'of the good peopie may wondir
what Gen. MoClellan was making' calls
upon the Homes ofCongress for. It they
had looked, sharply, ihoy waold Have dis-
oovfe4 that "thera was a comeidtnet be
tween hiS sails upon Congress and the par.
age of : the important and necessary law
forbidding the sale, of intoxicating liquors
to Uif aoldisrs. in tit Diatriot of Columbia,
[For the Leader.]
A TRIBUTE To Mrs. ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING, who
died at Florence, Italy, June 29th, 1861.
BY MRS. M. R. CONGDON.
A wall oomes over the deep Hue ea.
That brlnjteth team to the tout of men,
For a treat heart leep In Italy, .
And (tilled ia mlplirypen. ' : i
The brightest Jewel of our age
Too soon, alai t bas p d aw .
Ere lor Cavourher plaintive dirge
Cam wal lag tadly o'er the x a.
Great souli like their can never die;
Although from earth they pan away,
Their lantlr.g rcoord U on high, . . , ,
'. And In a mtlon't history.
When t oompire her glorious Ufa .
With tucu ao erring one as mine,
Sb Ktmi as Chrbtiaa . poet, wlte;
Though KvMim yet, almost divine.
Her Jeweled thoughta, how bright they tliloe
Ou every page, la every line,
And he wuoreals will read gln,
And wonder where rhe learned the strain.
'TU truo, that 'mid the Bres of grief,
Her foul m purged ol all lb drou,
That only there (he found relief
For load of (In. beneath the croaa.
Oh, then how pure came forth the gold,
la which the Groat A Mayer face
Shone forth in beauty all untold,
Until her owe resembled liia.
Oil, thould I not pnuumptuoua be,
I'd ask Thee, Father ol us all,
That on an erring child like me
Uer glorious mantle now might tall.
Oberlin, August 1st, lsl.
A Soldier's Letter.
The soldiers of one of the Western regi
ments in Missouri have printed a paper
called "Onr Regiment," in a "seccsh" office,
tbe proprietor of which had cleared out
Tbe following letter is contributed by a
Chicago boy. It is equal to any thing yet
written for puns:
Hsad Qdaktkus Heayt Mcr Infantry,
Camp Holla, July 17. I
Editor Oib Regiment: Heavy? Yep,
sir I Bound to shoot rebels. This is the
report. Chicago bov, the undersigned. I'm
always boasting of Chicago. I'm full of
fight Although fighting is not my forte, I
do not think I would stand being knocked
down. I joined this August body in April,
and we May Alarch daily, for we are gettting
stronger weekly. 1 miy ssy in good season,
if we Spring upon the enemy he is sure to
Fall, for our summersaults will be a dose
that will prove "the winter of his discon
tent' lie will have to evacuate. Ve won't
strike light, for tbe South is no match for
us. When the country called all hands to
arms, I thought it a proud legacy to leave pos
terity that I joiped a division for tLe Union.
I set my name down, and there it stands.
Nice uniform. Had my hair cot with a knife
and fork. Red hair, yellow jacket, blue shirt,
white hat, plantation shoes, pink trowsets,
bell buttons on behind wheie I never saw
them before. Left the -;ity under encourag
ing circumstances. Toothache, nail in my
shoe, forgot my rations, something in my
eye. Chap in rear file rasping my shins.
Got out of step nnd hurt my instep. While
marching, washwoman handed bill. Had no
money, and she had no sense. Wanted to
know where our quarters were. Asked her
who gave her the order to charge. Bad boys
on sidewalk crying out "pay the poor wo
man " Loaded the little son-ot-a-gun with
abase, and he went off. Arrived in Camp
Rolla all right, nobody being left Inten
tions to sleep in tents, but were in-tents-ely
disappointed, as we slept ox the grass, which,
after all, served as well to all intents and
purposes. Placed minute men on watch,
who moved all hands every second, until we
really thought it time to strike. Took my
turn in going around. Shot a cow and calf.
" Tis meet to be here " Fighting, you see,
for the public weal, plaing our lives at
Bteak. Took tbe hind quarters into head
quarters. Pork in various shapes for rations
heretofore. Not Jew dishes. Sergeant Hin
tnann would like to have some mutton.
Told me to stir np, get a horse and find a
paddle. Sergeant tiinmann's drilling is a
complete bore, and he thiuks he angurs well
on tbe whole. Marches ns around in a body,
until be almost wears out our roles. Makes
our squad run so we will be fully able to sail
in when we have tbe enemy at bay. Of
coarse we have our fine times.. Had some
lis-ht readinc sent me bv a sexton : "Anoo-
I Report of Rose tjwoaA BtoneaH'SUte
and hie business circular, with price list of
Colli D s, etc 1 should like to overtake that
undertaker. Sergeant Binmann speaks dis
paragingly of our literary tastes. Bays the
only thing red in the camp is my nose. My
nasal organ. I mention it because it's a mil
itary move to right about face. Music by
the band. I must come to a full stop now
fur a period. Flip flap. ...
Yours, jolly and contented,
G. N. L. SCOTTY.
[From the N. Y. Herald of Thursday.]
[From the N. Y. Herald of Thursday.] Brooklyn Navy Yard---The Work that is
One thousand men are now on board th
Korth Carolina ready for active service.
The Supply, which sailed cn Tuesday, took
out upwards of one hundred extra men to
be distributed among tbe blockading squad
ron. Captain L. M. Powell has reported at the
Brooklyn Navy Yard to take command o
the Potomac. Lieutenant Samuel Marcy has
also reported for the Potomac. Paymaster
James D. Murray is ordered to the Potomac
Lieutenant H. K. Stevens has been ordpred
to the command of the steamer James Adger,
The Iroquois will sail to day about noon
to join the blockading fqaadron.
The Richmond and Potomac will be ready
for sea in a week.
Three lirge clipper ship, recently pur
chased, are at the Navy Yard loading with
coal for the South. .. ..
Tbe steamer Rhode Island sailed yesterday
at noon, for Fort Pickens, with a large and
valuable cargo. She takes a hundred tons
of ice and a large quantity of fresh beef for
the blockading squadron. .:.
- The Connecticut will follow in about two
Several officers belonging to the French
gun boats, now in tbe harbor, - visited the
yard yesterday and were received and shown
around oy lag omcer lireese.
The following statistics will giire the public
sonre idea what has been done 5n tbe Navy
Department: nAi i u..
In April the Commodore of the , Nary
Yard at Brooklyn purchased and chartered
twenty steamships and propellers, and they
are now all engaged in tbe blockade." Last
month tbe steamshios Khode island and Con
necticut, vessels of about 1,800 tras, were
purchased and arm 3d to run along the coast
from this port to Ublveston, to carry troops
and supplies to tbe different squadrons, and
to ernise for privateers on thoir outward and
homeward routes. They are both very fast.
Also, in June, there were purchased five
ships, of about 1,000 tons each, armed for
blockade service in the Gulf, and loaded with
coal to supply the steamers in the Gulf.
Early this month a special naval constructor
was ordered to this city, with an ordinance
officer and engineer, who hava thus tar pur
chased the following :
Steamship James Adger, Propeller B. B.'
Hale, Propeller Stars and Stripes, Propeller
Valley City, Steamship Augusta, Sieamship
Alabama, Bark Braztleria, Uirk Roebuck,
Bark Dawn, Steamtog Satellite, Steamtug
General Putnam. . ,
These have gone to the yards of W. L
Webb, Westervelt k Co, Bucknams and
Messrs. Collyers. Some fifty other vessel!
and steamers have been examined, and fur-'
ther purchases will be mads and other yarja
supplied with government work.' Commo
dore Paulding is now in the city, and, with
the naval constructor, is engaged in examin
ing vessels suited for naval purposes. Tbe
Department has made contracts for the con
struction of gun carriages, and most of tbe
reesels purchased will be ready for their ar
mament this week. Similar purchases an
being made in Boston and Philadelphia; in
addition, all tbe navy yards art very busy
fitting out government vessels and building
the new sloops-of-war; and twenty-three
gun boats of five hundred tons each, are
being built in different parti of onr (cuntry.
Being Done. SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
AN EARLY ADVANCE EXPECTED.
McCLELLAN TO HAVE UNLIMITED
NEWS FROM THE REBEL STRONGHOLDS.
NEWS FROM THE REBEL STRONGHOLDS. Beauregard's Plan for Attacking Washington.
GEN. PATTERSON DISOBEYED.
[Special Dispatch to Cleveland Leader.]
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.
Some of our best informed men, Including
those who have a reputation for sagacity In
such matters, predict that an early advance of
our army upon Richmond will be made. It is
understood that unlimited means will be
placed at Gen. McClcllan's disposal, and a
general confidence is felt that he is just the
man to use them.
At 1he Navy Yard a rifled caunon has
been turned out ready for use, which weigls
ten thousand pounds, and which will throw
a 64 pound ball four and a half miles. It
wili do terrible execution.
'An unnaturalized Englisman, named
Julius Bing, who was captured while at
Bull Run as a spectator, bas just returned to
this eity. He was taken to Richmond,
where he was furnished with pesses by
Beauregard, at the instance of the British
Consul, who made him bearer of dispatches
to Lord Lyons. His passes only saved him
from mob violence upon several occasions
during his journey, which was by way of
Fredericksburgb. He states that Richmond
ia ouite poorly fortitied, and gives it as his
opinion that not more than seventy thousand
rebel troops are now in Eastern Virginia, ol
which not over forty thousand bi .ve been at
Manassas at any time. Manassas he represents
as being very stroncly fortified. He heard
conve-sation at both Manassas and Rich
mond of a project for marchirg upon Wash
ington by crossing the Potomac at some
point below the city in flat boats, in which
they were to teceive assistance from Mary-
landera. The federal prisoners and wot led
at Richmond are well cared for. The rebel
authorities were discussing the propriety of
sending a portion of them to other points in
the South, on account of tbe poor facilities
for keening them at Richmond. The Fire
Zouaves were confined in a factory, and we'e
the subject of a great deal ot cur'osity on the
part of tbe citizens.
It is authoritatively stated that Gen. Pat
terson's orders defined his duties very clearly,
and were ot the most positive character. He
was commanded to attack Johnson's forces
if possible failing in that, to pursue and
harrass bimy and, when these Bteps could
not be accomplished, to hasten with his com-
mind to reinforce Gen. McOoweU. How
ha obeyed, the history of Buil Run will in
A former employee in the War Depart
ment, now a Colonel under Beauregard, lias
said that prior to the advance on Manassvs
he was in possession of the mode and date of
It is reported that the project ot marching on
Washington is favored by Beauregard bat
Mustering Out of the Ohio Troops.
[Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.]
[Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.] COLUMBUS, August 1.
U. S. Pavmaster McDowell is doing bust
ness with energy. Some of the volunteers
in the First and Second Regiments complain
bitter! v of what he does for them, especially
respecting transportation and clothing; but
they pay for transportation less man regular
communirtionJ!ind only what it cost the
tS'Uie for doming. Not bing is deducted from
tbe .soldiers pay, the allowance nnila b?
Government or that urpose being autllcient
to cover the entire supply, and tbe State
neither charging nor receiving anything from
the men tor tbe clothing they furnished. ' .
General . Rosecrans has orJer-d all three
months' men on furlough absent from their
places of rendezvous, to report to Columbus,
to be mustered out of service by Col. Car
ringtoo.; , ' " . . ,
From St. Louis.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 1—10 P. M.
The war fleet of eight steamers, with regi
ments on board, have started down the river,
Gen. Fremont and staff accompanying the
expedition on the steamer City of Alton.
Many 1 of the departing troops conducted
themselves badly while here. Much drunk
ness prevailed. There wtre many rebels on
the levee who cheered for Jeff Davis when
the boat left . Ab Major Buell's artillery
company embarked, the seceshers insulted
the men, and one of thmwas knocked down
by a soldier. The police attempted to'arrest
him, tut Major Buell interfered and released
tbe man. A second row was occasioned by
a mounted officer knocking do n a spectator
for obstructing the street The spectators
were very much excited.
Discharged three months' volunteers are
spending their money lreely. They were in
sulted . in one of the low' groggeries on
Almond street, this ivening, and retorted by
getting assistance and demolishing the
groggery. ' ;It ' is reported that .they have
sought out and severely beaten a notorious
leveerunnef, named Bus3e.n,who has knocked
down several'permans whom he caught alone
on the street ' ...
The Grand Jnry have concluded their la
bors, finding twenty-ni le indictments, it is
supposed principally for treason. - ' " .;
A Southern Paper on the Battle.
The Richmond Enquire; speaks more
candidly than could hava been, expected in
regard to the battle at Ball Run. -; Of Conn
it glorifies a little, but its remarks as t ) the
future of the ' tvar are worthy of notice: .' . ,
;' Tbe battle of Sunday was a- bnge duel
of tbe North and South. On that field the
t rmer nation had at last occasion to make
good that menace so often . repeated, that
eighteen millions would always, whip eight
millions. .Thirty-five thousand of their best
troops were then routed by fifteen thousand
tired Southern soldiers; and tie question of
relative manhood is forever set at rest. But the
battle of Sunday does not decide the war.
It presages a dire struggle aooa to coraev-
Tbe telegraph by New Orleans will tell Scott
that Jefferson Davis eoaemavded tbe Southern
battle. -Against him he is inflamed with a
well known., personal- hatred. He wi.'l te
stung by the murmurs of the North and the
gloom of Washington. Of the army j 1st
engaged be bas still two-thirds, or C 0,000,
unhurt ; Ths telegraph will soon bring np
his reserves from Cincinnati and other places.
He can control an army of 100,000, and with
it in a few days he will make a great effort
to retrieve bis disgrace, hit gettiut it m
guationalU, hit rttomett formidable, and
every nerve should now be strained to send on
all our available reinforcements to the scene
of action." " '
, Various estimatei are jnade of the num
ber of United EtaUa troops killed, wound
ad, and faken prisoners at the great strug
gle of ths 21st July. CoL Forney's Sunday
paper figures up 817 killed, 632 wounded,
and 775 missing. The : N. Y. Herald's fig
ures art), killed 280, wounded 729, missing
477. ,.: .- :'j2 "- :
The Twenty-sixth Ohio regiment left Camp
Chase, for the Kanawha Valley, on the 1st
Inst " ' ',";''. . -
New York Troops Assaulted
THE MOB IS FIRED UPON.
Jackson and McCulloch Advancing
REINFORCEMENTS AT CAIRO.
Last Night's Report.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., July 29.
Gen. Sweeney's command ha returned
from Forsyth. '
Gen. Lyon bas officially expressed bis high
appreciation of tbe generalship displayed by
Col. Siegcl in the battle near Carthage, and
of the soldierlike qualities bis officers and
men exhibited in that engagement
CoL Coffer has been released on taking the
oath of allegiance.
MuCulloch and Jackson's forces having
devasta'e I the country where they were en
ctmped, are siowly moving northward in
three divisions for the better subsistence of
We are quietly wailing their approach,
onr troops being ready for a battle.
Tbe unfavorable news from Virginia bar
ing inspired them with a fresh desire to re
cover in the West, whatever prestige may
have been lost in the East. Gen. Lyon s
command is now only about 6,000 strong
a considerable number of the three months
men having gone to St Louis to receive their
pay and be mustered out ot service. A
great D'sjority of whom will undoubtedly
rc-enlist and return here soon.
The most outrageous falsehoods are being
circulated in Arkansas and Texas to induce
men to enlist in the rebellion.
CINCINNATI, Aug. 2.
The four Cincinnati companies of the 2d
Ohio volunteers, arrived this morning from
Washington. The reception was the grand
est demonstration ever witnessed in Cincin
cinnati. The home guards of Covington and New
port, Ky., and the reserve militia and inde
pendent regiments ot Cincinnati, were out
in large force and escorted the volunteers
through some of tbe principal streeti to the
Eighth Street Park, where they were wel
comed home by Judge Storer, in an eloquent
address. Tbey afterwards partook of a ban
quet in tbe Paik, provided by the citizens.
All along the line of march the streets were
densely crowded and the enthusiasm was un
bounded. The volunteers were completely
covered sviih tbeboquets that were showered
upon them. Tbe city was gaily decorated
with flags, and business was almost entirely
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.
Mr. Wilson moved to take np the resolu
tion approving the acts of the President
Agreed to. 1 '
Mr. Breckinridge said he should not be
lieve the Senate ever intended to vote on the
resoluti .a. He thought the Senators were
willing to let it go by.
Mr. Doolittle moved to refer the resolution
to the Judiciary Committee. Lost yeas 17,
nay J 23.
air. Sherman spoke at length. He ap
pro' ?d of all the President s acts except the
one authorizing the Lieut General to suspend
the writ of habeas corpul, and for this reason
be could not vote for the resolution.
Mr. Simmons, by consent, made a report
from the Committer ol Conference on the
The bill reported by the Committee of
Conference is essentially the House tariff bill.
The 10 per cent, advance Is stricken out
The duty is raised on spirits, wines, liquors
and silks. The income tax is placed at 3 per
cent on over $800. The duty on sugar is 2
cents, coffee 3 J, and on tea 15 cents, and
twenty millions district tax.
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, said he should
vote for the bill to carry on tbe war.
The report was agreed to yeas, 34;
nays, 8. . .-. - .- t
The joint tesolu'ion from the House, ex
pressing sympathy with the bereaved fami
lies of soldiers who had fallen in tbe defense
of the republic, was taken and passed.
I . Mr" WfWm Tifl'l-V? 'ai iinndmiit appro
priating- $20,ooo,ooo r ma couenwa (w
organ'zation of the volunteers, provided lor
in the bill to increase the army. Tbe navy
appropriation was reduced from $30,000 to
$20,000, and the bill passed. .
The Committee on Judiciary reported back
the memorial ot T. B. Stanton, of Kansas.
Mr. Lane p.otested and said tLe people of
Kansas would not consent to bis giving up
his seat to accept a Brigadier Generalship. .
Time was occupied in the discussion of
tbe bill to confiscate the property of those
found in rebellion.
NEW YORK, Aug. 2.
Special to Commercial :
From sources which are thought reliable
it is said the House of Representatives will
be adverse to tbe proposed increase ot 10 per
cent upon the present tariff. It is believed
to have been ascertained that a considerable
majority will vote promptly tor its rejec
tion. The Senate Military Committee are rigidly
scrutinizing the army nominations sent in to
tbem. It is not probable that Major Emory,
or any others that have wavered at A critical
moment, will be confirmed.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Aug 2.
It a' pears the New York 5th Regiment,
en route home, was stoned while passing
t1 rough tbe 6'h Ward in Baltimore on Wed
nesday night by a crowd who che-red for
Jeff Davis. The firing was returned with
bullets, principally at one house.
Another leport Eavs tbe soilien cnargeo
bavonets on the men lining tbe Auewailc
Several shots were fired, but voody was
huit but an officer, who, in eud--faring to
arrest a rioter, was slightly stabbed
Several arrests were made, but all were
released on taking the oath of allegiance to
the Urited States. . . . -
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 2.
Tbe Baltimore Exchange says three Fed
eral steamers which left Fort Monroe on
Wednesday reached tbe mouth of the Poto
mac river the same evening, and in attempt
ing to ascend they were repulsed, and in re
treating they run aground. The Virginians
sent for reinforcements, and the capture or
destruction of tbe vessels was expected. .
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Aug. 2.
Tbe steamphip Fulton, from Havre 23d,
via Southampton 24th, arrived off Cape
Race this morning. ' '
Tbe Fulton's advices are three days latry.
In the London disconnt market the mini-
rnnm rate was b per cent American secu
Sugar, coffee and rice steady.
Tea and tallow quiet. ; -; ,
Consols advanced to 89l90 tor money;
00,90 for account
The Pope bu received first assarances
that the French army will remain in Rome.
Liverpool Markets. Flour quotations easier.
Wheat has a downward tendency. ' ' ' "' ." 7
Beet Quit rone flat.
HARRISBURG, Aug. 2.
The entire foioe of tbe reserve rejriments
of Pennsylvania was placed under tbe com
mand of Uen. McUall by order or ueh. Mo.
Olellan. " Eleven tundred of the reserve Will
be sent for wan
BALTIMORE, Aug. 2.
Pocomoke are now anchored off the month
of that river. . They went np the river six
iuuos, and found tbe report of a battery at
ShelHowBi Mi, erroneous. ; ;
CAIRO, Aug. 2.
(Jen. Fremont, staff and fleet, eight steam
ers and four regiments ot infantry, several
detached companies, two companies light ar
tillery, all fully equipped, arrived here at
five o'clock this afternoon, and were enthu
siastically received by the citizens and sol
dle,i. A salute was fired by the battery at
Fort Prentiss. The, troops were landed at
Bird's Point, swelling the force at that Camp
to about eight thousand.
There is no news from the rebel camp to
day. - . ,
The steamer B. P. Cheney, running in
connection with tbe 111. Central and Mobile 4c
Ohio Railroads, was seized at Columbus Ky.,
yesterday, by rebels from Tennessee.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2.
The appropriations already made by Con
gress amount to $240,000,000. The Secre
tary of War asks tor $23,000,000 more for
new volunteers. It is thought that no more
than $500,000 volunteers will be accepted.
Congress will probably adjourn next Monday.
SHOT BY A GUARD.
ST. JOSEPH, Aug. 2.
A "gentleman just rom Lexington, Mo ,
reports that one of the oldest citizens in La
fayette oounty, James S. Llghtner, was shot
in attempting to pass tbe guards put out by
Col, White's command. The citizens of Lex
ington and vicinity are much excited over
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 2.
Tbe 20th Indianapolis Regiment, Col.
Brown, fully equipped, left here this even
ing via Crestline and Pittsburg for Wash
ington. Gov. Morton has authorized the raising of
a regiment composed entirely of Germans.
Companies from Lawrenceburg, Aurora, New
Albany, Evansville, Terra Haute, Lafayette,
Pern, Ft Wayne, Brookville, and Indianap
olis are ejected to compose the regiment.
WAR P R I 0 E SI
3,000 YARDS HIMALAYAS.
Cheap at MH bow aelllng tor light Oenta ir far
, I. P. Shikwook
2,600 YARDS ORGANDIES,
Oboap at IS eonta bow selling at 13 oenta.
LP. Shir wood.
5,000 YARDSQfJOD PRINTS.
Raw stoke aad FAST COLO KB- for Be per yard
I. P. Shibwood.
The kaet Shilling
iw sBand la this City lor the aoaer.
I. P. Shibwood.
A goad atock ot
BOHBKT BIBBOHB, BO OHM A rUWIBJj,c.
at vary tott low prion.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
242 Supibior St.
may7:daw (Formerly Sherwood k Oakley.)
. LADIES' SECEDING 1 1
PATENTED Dicihbis 20, 185S)
TVf EARLY EVERY LADY In
il th Uoifxl Hut is 8eoodDff from the old wv
Of VMuiDff their clothing by Adopting one of
B&OWN'S SUSPENSION WAIST
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTERS,
aa It adda Beauty to tbe form, Praaervea Health ano
a-raTenai many of the Dlaeaaea cat d by the oaoa'
method of wealing the HkirU.
aMTUall and examine them. Sea Clreulan.'Va
Tor Bale by
'SKIM A N A KCLLOOO, 217 Superior at.
aire. U. M. B U UN aVTT, "Burnett Uuuae," aao
Mra. POBTSU, Milliner, and at wholeaaie aac
retail by tbe Propria tore and atauufacturera, at
1(1 Ontario street, (up stairs.) Cleveland, O.
HUB HIS A SHBrriSLD.
Saw" Be ware of LnftingemeuU. tebS
ETd FOR THE HAIR,
MORGAN & ROOT
Have oa CHEAP TABLES, eloaiDS out lota or
FA BOY SILKS Leal than Coat.
EMBBiIDIBlES At your own prioe.
BUKMIB MABTILLAS Uoodnew atjlea.
TB1XHID BOS NETS Without regard to coat.
CHvIUE LAWNSOnly eight cents.
OBOICE FRISTS--! and eight oenta.
CUALLI DB L AIMS Mew styles and cheat.
FA BASOLS Extraordinarily cheaajmd all kind
of Summer Qooda at reduced prlcoa.
la order to clear out th Sumner Dry OooHa !I
have yet on band, I will ihia day commence onerinc
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
and will be actd off without any regard to the Ooet
Price. Peraona wiahlna; 10 purchaae, will poaltive
ly get good at Very Low Pneea.
. 8. BTMAW.
-' Corner Superior St. and Publi.- Fqoare.
FANCY SILK 8, CHblAP-WK
now offer our entire atock of F4NCT GOOFS
at aaiAT Bacairic raoa oor, aa we .re deelroo
to clear oat all Sumner fabcy Bilke,
BOAN A OOT.
T A(JE8 Guifubj AMD Thkkad
J X bare stoat
r.2rrBEBO a hatjsmann.
. UnlTIl) STATES A fOKKIQN
PA TENT. AGENCY,
No. 81 Bank Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
We x prepared to transact Bualneea ol every de
scription relating to laventiona. Drawing. Caveate,
Specification, Patent Intrfngoaieuta and the l'M
otLaw. AliHD A BUKllIDOE, ,
SM1 ; Solicitora of Fatenia.
' - BBAINEK1I A UUBKIDGX,
- Fe. SI Bank Street, Cleveland, Ohk,
DKdlQNfiaa aad LITHOGRAPHERS,
ENGRAVING ON WOOD.
SILVER PLATING axd BELL BANGING.
SHE bUBSCRIBER IS PREPAR
ED t re-plat Spoona, forka, Oaaton, mil
iea. and all oilier article ol table ware, aa good
aaaew; alao, Blair Boda, Door Knoba, SellPuila,
Mq ra-aiated or plated to order, by band or olectro
prcoaaa, a good aa any other eatabuAcmant la the
1 BILL HANQntO
Proeaptty ai leaded ta, and all work varraatad at
lapreaouteU, at reasonable price.
Boom No. 4, Mechanic' Block, corner of Proapeol
aad Ontario (treeta, tnp tuiim.)
lartwiit) uauatais, turaing the am
of ap,aa bewt&g Macbine.
ROARDING.Thi House Fobk-
JLw caLT kttowt. aa Htewart'i Boartlins Uouse. lio.
KPnbl ic Hjuare, is bow opened t r Boarders. Fam
Uis dealrlnf anfarnibtMi rooms can be accotumo
datotlatib Paritx's tronUnf Lha btaara, jViao. ia
Board oa MaaonabIe fcarni.
f M OAT ' '
pa Rr Boarder. JrawiUs wubias to turn no
their owa roomacaa be acoommooated with large
and convenient room and bed-rocma; and Single
Boarden aad Day Boarder will find good acconamo
aatlona oa raaannttile term. Beierenoea given and
BOARDING. GOOD BOARD &
pieaaaM Booms can be had for a few single fen
o, or CMtremen and Utatr wlTsa, al ISo. 5& $en
- 9 A OT I O A L
PLUMBER AND OAS FITTER,
No. 103 Pub. Square, (under Chapin Hal),)
Manuaaetureaaad kaeacconatanUy oa haadall klLaa
ofPiuuibere' and tiaa Pittera' materiaia. auch aa
Hydrant. Bath-Tone, Water-Uoaeta, Wasb-Sunda,
Bath-Bollera, Lead, Oalvaniad and Iron Pipe,
Sheet Lead, Brae and Iron Lift and force Pump,
Bra and Plated Paoceta, and everything neoeeeery
a It ap Boaae, Store, Ac., with water and gaf on
the moat approved priuclplea,
aWAtl work warranted and don punctually
Parttoalat ataaaUoa alvwa to loMtag aad eantrr
J HOUSE, No. M Public Square, and by the
stone Church, one of tb plsaaanteat locanona in
aheeitr baa been thorouphlv renairral. and ia now
LEROY W; FAIRCHILD'S '
ir iNTORfLY Niw Stock: just
. Those Pent ar admitted to be tb beat in
IV a tut Br
J. B. COBB A CO.
E V M u a I CI
SABBATH SCHOOL MELODIES,
A Greit Variety of eu Muic $ Byrrmt.
Oompoied and written axpreaaly
FOB THE SABBATH SCHOOb,
Toother wltb many ol th- betof tbe well known
tWil-Mn fcho-.l Pleats. Br Win. B. Brallmry. au
thor of "The JubUt," "Orlola," and aiauy other
tutiuu num. ruDiieneu o
.ir J. B. COBB A CO,
JUST PUBLISHED "The Gor
illa Book." Du Ihaillu'a Senatorial Africa.
fell plnratione and Adyenturee in Equatorial Africa;
wltb Aoconnta of ttio Miumre and Cutome of the
People, and of the )haee of the Uoriila, th 4,'roco-dil-.
Leopard. Eit-ohnnt. HiDrtD'amna . and other
Antmala. rr Paul tin Cbaillu. Oerrreaoodina-
alt-mlier of the Auitrlcn ktbuolopical Society: of
l ue ueosntpniral and etaturlca! Hccietf of Hew
ork, an-t of the Boeton So-iety of Matnrai Ilia
wry. Witb numeroua llluatratlona. Sto, Moa
lin, (uniform wilh Livin(,uiie, Bnrih, and lUr-
tOD., 1,00. J.S,UISSI
'Mi Superior at.
"JNGHAM & BRAGG,
- - - - Supf riob St.;
OLEViLAHD, O. . ,
BOOKS FOR THE MILITARY I
WAR CHARTS !
Picture ol .
ELLSWOBTH, SOOTT, AHDIBSON.
And other tierce i la tn
WAR FOR THE UNION I
Picture of '
Jeff Davis in D pendant, and others Bharing
tbe fate cf all
TRAIT. O RSI
Hardee'a Military Tactlce w1c.ll.M
Pcott's Infantry Tacttca prlce..........M 3,0
The U. M. lutruitry Tactics.- .. 1,2S
Vitle'a Hand Hook for Active Service 1.23
Cavalry 1 ac'itu 3,75
Wntson'a edition of llard-jo'e 'i'octica.. 2ft
ThA flriim Hm.lr 911
Winnere perfect Uuide for the file H 3u
ALL ADVaBTlgXD BOOKS SENT BT MAIL OK
BSi.IlPT OC PBIOB.
COLUMBIA MOTE PAPEB1
UNION BED, WHITE AMD BLUE MOTE
PAPEB diflorent eise.
F -L A G- 8 I
MEW B. B. MAPS OP Tdl UNITED ETATS8,
Mounted on Boiler, and givlns distance.
THBEB THOUSAND OHIO T0I4JKTEEBS
hav been supplied with , .
Cleveland Bible Depository, at
, INGHAM k KRAGG'S,
jjl 191 Superior st.
THE BEST MILITARY MAP.
MAP OP TUS SKT F WAR RpreaBOtiiiif
liBIrdrj-KreTiew of Virginia, Maryland, Deit.wt.ro,
and tue District of Columbia. ihowie tbe various)
Fortj, Mrageiical Foattions, Rivers, Bays, Moun
tains. Bail road 8, tfcc, to suable any ohm W fellow the
Military operations between the Loyal and rbel
armies, carefully drawn In m the moet reliable
and authentic iourctij. and by (ar tbe best Hap of
the teat of War aublinliod. Aitt3uxd6 tncbea. frioa
$1 per copy. W. Schaua. Pub lib her. Sold by
. .v J. . O- 'BB fc OO.,
Jno24 Ml Superior st.
E M O V A L .
J. B. COBB k CO.
H A V IS 14 IS M O V K D
From thx Amihican Buildings
241 SUPERIOR STREET,
Near the Public Square.
Would invito attention to their eztenaiv atock ol
0 K , S ,
7 BLANK WORK,
: O S:-W.i ' ' 4o.,' ko.'
We have on band ail the SCHOOL aad OOLLEOE
TEXT BOOSS iu common use, which we offer to
the Trade at New York aet wholeaaie price. Our
stock of ... . ,. . . ...
ll large and Taiied. We are constantly reoeiTiria
the new iseoes of the leading Publishers. Any Bookn
not od baud, furninbed at short notice. JToretgii
Books imported tn orler. . ;
I N IT rAL ST A M P I N Gl
W are prepared to reeeira order tor 8TAMPIItO
IltlTIALSon Nte Pap. r and Anvtlopo. Work
wall and promptly executed.
a-Wiv aonUl attention i
RiTAn.' Stationiet . Dzfaktmint,
Our Mlectioe of PAPEB, ENTELOPE3, An., are
WtrtrVnm th hAt tn thm m-At imt.lK
HANNA, GARRETSON A 'CO
WHOLKSALE ttBOCKhUa, . - - -roawaaotita
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '
And Dealer in Pig Iron, Ingot Copper, Salt, Pllh,
Plaster, Av.,Ac., Haney' Block, Aterwin fltreet, and
Blver. Cleveland, Ohio. . merlt-riftY
at. s. cuit, a. w. eaanxKa, . -1, n. aocairixua.
lOUI. CLABK, OARDSIBACO.. ..
PRODUCE t COMMITS N MERCS TS,
And Dealcn ru
OBSI!'', PLr-UB, risH. P"Rrf, SUVDS.LAED.
BL'TTKR.and PBODUCE OKNKBALLV.
Alao-WAlh LIME AKO LAMJ PLaSTXB,
. Nos. 39, 1, 43 k 45 River Street,
AKD OH THX DOCK,
. 0 L I T ELAN D , 0. -awTPrnaprt
t riaralv-Ml 1. th fHaTuram B;iut.
Canal, for ftleor t'u.pment-. il ivs aesrsonal at-
tiiiuu w tus mno son rurcnutk) ol tTonuce and
Merhwdt-eaou Oonslgamenu- Uarai Cash Ad
van's mad? on tUaniahPa-uta.
sMTBhir to BankaL. KAnkr tir1 n.iw.u. w
Tenarally. . , rti
PEN ED THIS DAY
A lalrew e.HHel till a I laf '
Ladies' & Misses' Straw Bonnets,
Shaker Hoods. Ribbons, K lowers, Bouchea, Ac,
t ,. - HaVa.alAABKS',Supenof au.
"f ILLINERT GOODS ! N E W
MKS. W. 8. POBTEB 9i B-neca itrtet, .
It la receipt of a new aad ohokv stock of
, M I i L I 14 I B I ttOODB.
New Ityle Shirred Hau. Flowers, Ribbons, Monrn
lng 0'rdi, Coilars, Vcili AC AUo, .
KXW STTLhi DAT3 KUH CHlLUKlH.
BtMitiM a Er-roat vvri-ry of seasonabta and ta.hioa.
able gods not nom,ratd. Ladies are respectful y
lnvtt a to can aDaexuiine.
sffr Dress making done to order in the very bst
.Dnrr. " marl- :Bi5
aOANADA FLOUR. 500 BBLS
ti Canada Flour, vary choice lor Baker, tor at
at tmyll A. At. PiaJtl A 00.-8.
l 1 1L1TARI CAPB.
A-'A MtlTTlDV PIDO
Having greatly enlarged our mdlltie fcr 'th
W are fully pro pared to fumiah
OOMPAHIES, OOHNTBV DIALERS. AID THE
BBMTOV MAMtlBD, .
Wltb every .tjle of Mllilarr Cap from aa'
To A High Private's Fatigui,
At Price that Defy Competition I
"OR ANY OTHER MAN,"
'That's What's The Mattie I"
Bx.Puah along your Order and ther will b
154 .,, ..Superior Street.
DKf:K AND a INOf.rT4RT.
iyl Pnabionable Hat'era. orp the Wedrtell
BA TS AND CAPS,
AT LOW PBICES I
L. BENEDICT k SONS
Rave rncHrfd a larr assortmrat of choice styles of
itebte anu ooys rtraw, teguorn( reoal, Panama,
pMDnet. Palm. Vrenrh salt nd cum mo a felt Hat
for hot or md weather. Also, a large faifetr ot
MIHTAR T CAPS
of all atiuds ou band A made to order at ibort notice.
a Brat rat article al Wholeeal or lie tall.
L. BENEDICT A SONS,
I? STAIR & Co.,
lie FASHIONABLE HATTEBS,
Ar prepared to furuuh tb
PA 11 IB,
hiW TOBK AND
Spring Style lor Oentleraeoa'
SILK AND CA8SIMERE HATS.
Onr Pour Dollar Silk Hat l,aa aaual, tb BEST
Si U AT in the mnrkot.
Alao, wetvrd a fall aaaortment of Spring Style ot
SorT HATS, HES AND BOTS CAPS, Ac
ir2l . VTA I B )
In any anancitf.
STAR itPANOLED BANNER BATS.
MAJOR ANDERSON HAT8,
. UNION HATS.
MAJOR ANDER ON HATS
STAR PA G LED HATS,
Call and See Them
Call and See Them
At 215 Marble Block.
At 214 Marble Block.
FULLER k CO.
-ruifii ri'-mraf- if ni a T i i n i J
uru tlMiareti UoUort rrmmmUU
.;. SEMINAL WIAXNES33, ... .
GLUT, o., aid IMP0TXK0T
jm. Aft" ail otba Tnaranetrt V-mrl"
-a--w. a. A.1 ,
anwaT.lw MaT ta.wa ta Uw Jis av. n
ar P m aitjw m ui m Ultji w III mwaTf JU9 ODn
dred dollars for the aroof that he ever mils to ear
the above named diiwaaee. He will m- the earn
inn for too prool" that any other Physlciaa tn
th United b'3a treata ths aano liif wHh
Aflc-r manr rrru at Xtkbariaam wttiA anri rr.ri,
snce, Xr. GIBSON is happy In beins; ablo to an
nounce id -.ne uu'onunate, uiac na tvas aarssoted
yatein ot treatment for the
bPa-JCDY AN1 f iiMAHCHT OU&B
f the abovt and other
PRIVATE DISEASES .
With all bad eflerts annin thfrMroai, mchrr!tnf
DkKILlTY OB viiEBVUUil PitoT M-ATiuS.
He has sooreeded In crartng cases tn tbis city, some
of whom had expended hundreds of doiLfvrs wUA
elf-styied phyiiclana, who arot-s to treat U pHrase
maiaditvs with soocees, and without xwownnc the
least particie ot benefit.
IS. ClbSoN does not boast that ha Is a member ot
sot e fjotibge in isosoon or rarts. aa perhaps soma
others do for the purpoee of ensnartns; the innocent,
and who hold Jut frreaC expectations never to be re
alised. But what Dr. GIBgON might boast ot it
tnia, tnat As m able to five entire satu&sctioii to
inoee wno repoee connun7e in nis ability and intecN
ritr. and that he baa iwracted an A mrir.ii mvui
of trcatnient which chaileoces any Physiciaa ot Lorn
4 o or Paris or any patent medicine to etjaai tor tiie
rmaicai care 01 seminal wqaaneas. ana ail nieoasjfai ex
6rmiLgwmnt, both mental ui puysicai, arisina
from sexual or secret abnaa.
Dr. OliiaON aiso oialms for his new trentnenl the
louowing advantages over ail otnara ret discovered;
and first, tfie agents seed are in no tvwpect dieagTee
abie; he ose no ifhcs ot the dark aea, soca aa
Marcnry. nor any other tWoterioos drug: Secondly
no restrictions io di-t at basiiruss is required: Third,
ty his treauaent is positive and certain in ail oaaes.
He stands prepared to go into any publie or private
hospttal in tbe United States and demonstrate tho
immense supeneribT or new treatment over any
other now known sa tne world tn aoint of swim mi
ness, permanenoT mlidnent, safety aad cravajenfla
to IOV MtlOQ.
Dr. viBdvH Is prmaaenUr located fa Obrveland,
and has during the ptMtt two yeaoa performed snany
eures of divM which had for years resisted all
other modes of treatment, inference can be gi ven to
indtviduais of the first raepectabiiity in Cleveland,
Bonon, Kew York, and other cities in regard to
sfcili and integrity ia all arofaasiottal trauaacUoo.
DvsDUT&sia. llhaefflatiso. Soroiuia and iul fbTmaniei
tijrrnaMi invAwxi wnu superior snocaas.
Mr Jiedicina sent to any part ot the ooontry on
receipt ct teadoliara.
Dr. GIBSOH'S Mew Work on Physiology ftrr sale
a am Vmiea
Professor of JRcctrowtAv mnd Medievu.
sT" OHUm No. 11T Ontario strstat. na sTtjdn. &
doors trout the Public gqoare.
OTlce hours txm 9 to 12 and srom I Sa a a4w
psEiiT. ' nnunsiTa fTfiWw ailg
r r. :
l J prtie
There be ha t
KING Continues to
Medicine and Buraery in Cleveland
been located aw elsr ht r aet. of
fice No. 97 Bank lret, oppoeita Angler Houae.
Or. K. baa bad many years ei perience in acme ol the
eriuciDai .rlvafen Hoaeltala la aturoa aad Amerir
bfxtal attention seud to all claaeea of 4faeae ot .
t-orooic, prtvae ana oeiicate uaittre 01 DOtQ aeea.
vc. m. a mm kjv ui. , ivi a m fiicn jrertoaicaj
Dropa. CC l'ION These Droraahottid act ImdimI
by Ladle In a certain orr.diltoa, aa they Barer Uii
to rea''".re the taeu Price S.tju, .
You, a ho, by luJulninj iu secret atactica, or troai
any other can-, have coMtacted that aiind-har
rowing, kealth-dsatrHyin disnasn, SpaaaAtwaBaa,
or Iv-ruiiial eltuaa, saonld call lmmedta4eiy oa
v.. k., au wvuinu mm mtmuj .1" uviu, aativ
one but tbe fr. Ml cotumnnication. and bueitme
xue ootce ia m arv.aa.1 taaa B.rieata w.ti mmm m.
vmciiy ooouaeniiai. all letrere eontalniof a pa of
i win ue promptly uwaaeu eo.
Pot Office AJ-ire, Box arUK. Offlcr opaa from 4
ou as., sin nr. , i,s
riOCTOR J. MoCONNELL'S Eye
AV J and Ear Infltnary.SAbQpertor, corner of ea
eca ot. During the past year some of the worst cases
almost totally jjlim uand UM.AW hava been re
ctor to sight and bearing at taii Infirmary. The
oan be se-n in the City at say time.
-MPertins afflicted with Cataract one ht to cal
and see the oases operated neon br Dr. McDonnell
with complete succbsa. fit oelebrated Aire VVatar,
tor the cure of Indammation and the removal of op.
- w aiaub irwm ue eyea, aaat to any aaorees apon
the receipt of ooo dollar. jttaew
R. K N A P P, Ocitlist, of 14
year npertenoa, xcl naivety tnat iueaaa
AtL. lit PrMrt .tl mmt- CleVWlaBd. O.
W Abuadant teatimonials of persoua restored to
(r!it or Hearts la N.-w lark, the WeMsn Stale,
aad Northern Ohio.'. .
Artidcial eve lneertnd vwit wova, and tb beat
duality. Dr. K. he takenei Diploma in eompetltioa
witu all other Ocniista, at tn hew Zork Stat Fair,
fcr Ms superb ArtittoteJ (re.
Star Alo chart Ear svsfainstloa, asraptBJs
Hard twiitaa Liaeo Qocdl for
Received thl day at
TAT LOB, OBLSWOLD A OO.'f,
y31 - m Superior, and 13S Baak (U.
AR PRICKS FOR
D R Y GOODS!
E. I. BALD WIB A CO.
will oiler oa Sataroay, July TUb.
S Overt, LIRKH DAaASK-valu(lz(hllIlass
at four ahiilinga per raid.
lODdrara LtNtN DAMAaK HAPKIHS valta
11 to ai oa dollar par V a a.
imdox.a LIKKN UDcaABLXK. TOWELS-value
M0 at 11,15 per d. itn.
250 LIB EN BOW IMS, noellent Quality Wrth IS
cebta at oue eiiiliiug each.
10 eat'erav LO N lo f 4 BSE 1 LT.E-4 YE3TT5GS
value Sl.ii to fi.af ai one d .llr f t patiera.
aW-Term CASH ONE PBI(;E ONLY.
iin x. I. bald win 4 co.
J" E W SI
E W SHAW L8".
BLACK D V HiTI,
BBOWE aaa WHITE
Checke"-All Wool Shawls,
Two Jfardi Square.
A St apeortm at aow received bv
jtr7 B'lWkB A RI08CE
UMMKR DRY GOOD3
FREEMAN f KELLOQG,
Are eloainf out all kind ol Summer Good at a
vary freat redaction from former price, and manj
; HALf THE COST Of IMPORTATION.
French Oraandte and Jaconet afnalina, worth from
. . a? to Ibc .reduced to f c per yard.
Yary elegant Silk and Won Borage, worth (from HH
to tUac, reduced to per yar J. .
Yary leiraut aeren a td nine rionuced Brage Robe
worth from L2 to Ja roduoed to S6 Mck.
A large line 4 Chinti Print cheap at Bceata pa.
dueed to ceuta.
We hav about a doaen '
Lace Mantillas and Lace Pourra
of food quality and tyl, which we will aaJJ u
ou CENTS OE THE DOLLAS.
- FIVE HCHDBID YABD3
SUPERFINE FRENCH CHALL1S
worth S to Sic, reduced ta M mm.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWEHTY-FIYE YAEDsi
SEASONABLE FANCY SILKS,
g('yl and quality, worth from tt.M to-
.-Vi . . .;, " wue aje 01 tne Deal graoe
and lateet atlee, and are a .
' Vebt Great BARaiiN.
BROCHE ENGLISH BERAfE3.
worth rc, reduced U Eigkteea peuca.
Beduced X 1 cent.
FIGURED FOULARD SILKS,
' AT A BABOAIM.
On Thooaaod of the vary best
STEtLSPBINO B00P SSJST3
- U H B A P.
WW are pre parod ta fC
' EXTRA BARGAINS -1
For The Next JTHiitTY Days, at'
u : FREEMAN A KELLOGG"A'
; . ! ci - 217 Superior Sr. "
& 1 G O O D iS
REDUCED PRICES I
i HOWERtk filOBSS
.: .! ' ' s - offer all their '' : '. '
TWO-BHILLiao CHALLI CE L.MNSS AT '
One Shilling Per Yard. ." , "
All their Two aad Three Sbffling
oboabdibs and lawns a
One Shilling Per Yard.. ,
AU their :
P RE N C H P R I 14 TS, :
Worth J5c aad Si. par yarrj. ' -
, . One Shilling Per Yard.
AU their -! ' " . ' ; ' ' ' ' :
P AR A 8 O.L S i
Ai Greaxlt . Redtjced Pkicxs j ;
273--Swerior St 237 "
D. AibNDALL & CO. .
ROANDIES AND FRENCH MPSUSS
GREAT BARGAINS I
.-.!.. n .. .l: i . . ... . .
.u.,. , id. ni-.ruin, js, ein, ia oauaseaf I
and deairaOle (ooda, at iuuac-usp ,
. 25 Cents Per Yard I
k MMrf iW. Ia. ill t. J a- . . .
. v -" . -- w "w. ... nun aenraoae
atji in iaa.rK.1, ooaung aw crate per j.rd.
ORGANDIE AND BVBAOs; robsp, .. ,
worth from (It) to 5 at FoL a DOLLAiJ each. '
Elesraut Broch. Euibrt'ihred Qnaadtnea,
wm. gmmm, e f VSkaia.
At Eight Peace par vm-d-tor CAJH.
)Ti " H. D. IBSDALb A OO.
LACE MAiNTiLLAa. Otjr En
Tiaa atock at enet.
:um Ul'TtSfRIl Uirsifl.il
PARASOLS AND A SUPrKIUS.
kiadofHOt'PCO SKIRTS jutt received by
in wa. tiMiewiiLUAto..
le!T M Snperii aad 1MB ,t .
Jk U. A. ii
" - aw ?v WXJ
A great varerv ( I ratterna
BUTTBEHO a HATJSX4
JJAKGAINS! BARGAINS 11
purchase of goods, 1 willefVr
sTianitP-auw St h.vuk D.il. a . l
- V."-" wsj" i worn ji ernsa
thtati " Urgaauifts at M is
Tmt Colored Lawn at ift oeats.
Smbroidend Kngimh Brree omff IS eta. a jardL
Good W at UilorMi pnau only s or oca a yard.
w - v-a ta aw l, apt, UUIJf lit WUU yam.
ro Aaiioua PirtMt, on if 79 cent each.
. Aapt l-I IAtltIIA M Dill prtOtt, ajI
aany otfter artklrwR, whii h ail' be enured utlf.
- a"aai wv Taprn ww w-i saae-au UUEUIJE AU IR SPSS Oil
Call and get aome tM hmrtmm.
f avea sa rjr, tmjrkm d.u.
PAKASO La I PAHAOLSII
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Wna- "v.v n v aa p t "V IW "j
OOLEN KN II TIN (TT&ElS
UU RAIlBAkw A HACSMAN3.
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