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"FoMi" 'Brrfi'' VV CO(aii 0c for 1
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FOR RENT
K-ood House with flown 1
.lenst. luuuireat ;il..u- I
I;M)R HET"-H'Ij'rdenst. luuuirea, ;il..u
roama, Jo. 1 1 -'""
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to the mJ
7r aw UW4HD-Will phh y
ke
Ihe
il.IO t , and ateallll
into
ruuM atcaliiu a v-
tit. inst., damaging llie pre
, .ty of articles.
t,.P
nfpsov. Secrets tv.
'ZZTt BOOK On - on
iiv lea vine ii m
FOR SALE
111 autost-nlier. a '"JJu.Mr plautat ion laud., in
with many ot theme.' J-,,,...., with the uhert of
that Slate. He ni ' under tlie uncsliotei
. title., both before North diirine the
nauar out of 11. Bu'5 H.J iciivl and lieine other-
lt two y.-ara, I ".' j dislo) alty, lie often. his
ewwefree from 11 jiniee to those de-irous ot
p.-mm mi and prol"' These lands may now
, purcUAMne lauds in ine y,, Fl.u BE, and .rc-
le noiieni ai a . ,Bl t speeuy ami t.r.ui.l pr-.nl.
w.i mm .duress Joaj.ru ini'in
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tf'H il.u i-L.elan.l. O.
rtauite hirmen.1""- k, furtlier parti, nlar.,
.le real .t!te in II "'",, m.
....... ftnr n w rerr..-nni Unru-
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X1 nuj Oil, t tbe ta""' a, pi. t;
liful tJothic fottaee. nearly
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' new. in eoofl ,.,..r cl.f-1. Ac. l,o. ali..u
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mijncwi rrK. inquire ui j. r..
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U LAko et.. near , wuk-rior at.
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fhta iea rare oppori unity for
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Oeriuaw.. or otbern ' nt toolt;tina lioni.. Ht
drenattlieS.ll'rp;(1. Box 1.11 Beiva.or
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Auorderiproronoi jiNKt tlwJAKToN.
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FOR SALE WANTS
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fVdTrl Adto" -BoutBEa, - LtAi.ru iithce,
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' TVJdJiwirtofthecity, hy a k.hhJ t-MiJiI't,
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TIT-ANTED-TO RFfiTA wJJ,'"" ,J
honwlonnafc"!''!.? ,reet railrla.V 'a".!
wuneetal.le kH-mtT. O. .
drea. "F.o. h" th
TTr.vcn.T,l REST ri Kl HAMS. A
IV vii n.irsE Wante.1 to rent a koou
7 . -, ."Tiling iior which a rent not exceeding
omforuu)li ilwUins, r , , ,..,1
!i.r.iil..o..uy.
onietiniethi. an- v..i. -i. At.1- 11
worui lrora i.KMl K)".- " " ,,. ,,'
J., Drawer 4 -rn..
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WANTED--HELP
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JjV'WwWSS'SSSJS SS Kun-nian and
c. w"! SI EAKNb.
rrovill t-
WASTtD-WOMA-A raoie -
nre. for ""S3 ripomnieuilations reouir-
atnu sua neai uu. , mtpm ri,h nil nvl
d- w a fimttf?v Kckport, C..,l.o.
apply. Addreaa at"-1 ocU:l'X'
CanEtr.
oct3:i'it
ITANTEIAj.,?-TllATrui"
laati
coat niaan. -
WANTED--HELP WANTED--AGENTS
fTSiriaw A6ENTS Toranya,.. for the
. VpEiis," pabiiafaed by R. t-arrou k 10. 1 111.
ook nitwt hare a larger circulation than any boot
iSr aSd br rohacription. owmlt V1" ?r'Si?T'"r .V'".
JSnirT There ia niiimilar workbe neld. t I.-I
AiSmwillfiad tbia a ionoua opportu if the.
embrace itaoon. This wor. te prmieu. - " ' "
cunraoe Itaoon. J ms m "-Le -r. ettntninai j,
Aem of well-written matter. Applicants win state
their experience.
Jor circular., or, if ttoy "JS! j"',"1'
- tncloat $1.2i for order book and K to?P'J-
third choice a. to territory, " "ena
yr.Kjyetlie DleTueai Mrrm; " ,:,-i:; " '. . .
Jo chart
fnrWea or freisb", an(.';'c'"?i- ri. lit"
f&VffSlSPtiSSSiV CiucitmHti.
cirra aa territory. Addre
N.B. AOrami Agent w " every State in
VTATEI BUEH T'-.rece.v and fill orders for
.r.-iy.nmL7 rti and Times of A bra h Am I. in.
Dr. L. P. B1 ,h eniinent and aceom-
5t.. fatnn. te accordinff to litvlea of hin.iu.tr
. The beat Biotrrar Abraiiaiu Lincoln. NowU in
d-' Lire red to w-uiiirrbHinnsiaciioii.
tae a-andre1101"6 mwi eig?e1 aellme this w..i k
j.., tiTeuJ wafltermuinti. i- 11..- .
I, hi alToM-n introduced, nor enough of similar
fcrtTivtu ld to dimmish the aale of ho miporior a
1.77 Ats aale is now iinmwiw. Jtow ia the time to
" ZSkAaouif rapidlvinitsiale. Addrctw K. H.Ct'H-
kaY Pwiaiier, miain iL, corner of Water, Korhea
Y. aep27:gw
ANTEH AGENTS-Attention, something
I will atndbrmaiL, Doot Dnid. beautiful
MUitmrr A
fiDion
Albont, with rwty-Iour pictnre-i of our
lorau, tor .hicmw. Ajcnt WAuted iniiiie-
W timrlall ordera to C. L. BftlS, 144
Ttearft'rij gt - Chicago, la. s p.L' m
-TW'ATEI KAKK ItttVJK K rtlK AtiKATS
What I lie propir1 wsvot. Complete Hist.ir ot ihe
war, in one lar Tulune, splen1illv illuvrraied, wnh
oer 1X fine portrait of tiroeraiaaiid Hatile Sceni.
Che moat candid, lucid, omjitete, authentic and rt-Mn-le
hlatoiT pubuaa4. It contains readin? n.alli-r
euiial to three iarg toIuim. Seu d fir circular a ml
ace our terms. Addreae JuJiEb BliUS. CO., 14S
"ett Fourth rt., Cucintnti. wc-p?:3rmlA w
.i 8.CEVST1L D. P.
(20
Arearean b realized gildinzaml put-
Ununptli. CRJMAL ImhiK 1-L.M'K.
Aeents wanted, stock, TooLs and In
atro3tioa con f?o. L. L. TODD Co.,
. ' umta .... - 1 ora..
. . rTEKD FOR AClKCULAg. aepS.3fclil.tw
-rirATKD-A0EST!i-:5 per month, so nil
IY Croahy'a Life ot Abraham Lincoln. First eili
tlon now ready for tatachhera. Address K. !,
room 4 America! Buudina, CkyelanU, O.
ocH:2.'i'
' TVrA!,TiEin"GE-ilit-,'50,a"'ler,''h, to!
a. 01 ml cftril ntiilt w . . . . ... ' .V '
- . , , -u,a rmnUT IM'UUI II 1111 V . fjer
machine warraated f.r three vfn.. St id for d -
MISCELUNEOUST
TirAKTED-EMPLOT THE SoLHIEkS-Biisi-
nen men are militated to aiuJv for Cl. i l,
"ISSS? Mk". uremic -! a nd
11 employeo. to the A(tencr ol rhe Sai.Tiary Con mis
eioo. Io, 09 Hank atreet, auere ai,u.i 1 i.v
ducbarsed. andW(-UuauM,ai he found wilhii
and auxions to work. ihiuk
(A huge proportion of tW.n- il.le-bodied and -peri.ced-the
few who hare keen, hy oud ... -ii-U-um,
unrttredforworli haieadottuh) chuiu upon the
pafrotuiffe of a loyal public I
Keferencea will he pyen when ngnind. No charge
for aerrices ol IImm Agency. 1
Sitnationa are now wanud for the following yii
I Copyiat, a line pena.au. . ,0""w,u' 1 11
' a-ori"""' 'lf'r'tC'4 " rr !d, grocery or drag
-4) I'rjcers, Groaau taj Gardenera
1 PoKir.
I Weaver.
7 Firemen or Brakes..
ft Apprentices.
' 1 5"ve. D,,r'U "? i" anrtl.ing
omcrle1"", agents or
.nPhyuOTffl''--h-rn
KEvfFTvn onto
.or
-Mack tioikco.l,l.rkhj!"lj M' -ll dijil
crowned old-fa-hioued T? S?1' !i
Mackailk ne.k-tie; ; ""1-h.v.u collar,
. I re and akollt w lee, ,u ke"l CCrk How "ii"""
erd nnder tlie rhiu, cat hri il ? ns
' CLk and-onateady iS e.rrU.ta;J,,"'',',,,;
ial-loth carnet-uu'i w" I" '-U'k
JACOB W. HMlliT.l.itr ii" ,TVVr -i i l,
. .r..;. .. .7 -r" na riotioi.w
dara from tl.i.dat.-, .h hTM "iT"";' '" i
delray eapenaea. M. r.7l5i i V"''"'.""c'""" lo
Oct. 3, isio. g.2 '-skL, Propnelor.
r ' j Am-.-i.-i expeneiiee, IkHIi hi jV.u-
won. wUl nd lo auy.a-r I'.'.'e'l.t'.'",
I the proh-a
'inen, ln.ni
i.k litik.ari.on... .. "" ""-
d,7-.otoUi, a.. uik,7cr iu'r.e.rM.rr
tiu.ereal.iea miKlerat, f, ." ., ". J'ii,
atanipa for reluru pt,. s V (;HKS1 I'ltKIl Lli
Chemist, B.,x 4Jjl&2l.i
- yy o i-"1 "" loMi.t -et the. ,i.i
ataufand weU-known A(i sun s lo N oi l let,
W jcnritiea ot every kind . : ik1 Stiver
Watrhea l.,,ra,,n.ls, ,.r Mn, je,.lv, uuiw
u 1!tl""c- 1,r .. Kami, Meh.leous.au.l
" . pi;;n1 Pfopert y an. hu-lirln ol Aalne, on t he uiot
K.t. l. J. J variety of iinr.HleeunJ
.mIT&ZP! ' """'c., for aale at Iwrpains.
TiKuTpi?t.C'?."'.''r'n'' Snperior atreete, over
Dav i PwtUi' I'Mhia, store
- oct J.C. W. WAfiNEB.
theerartloB ol liviuunu,. Mall lor the lei e
land laniyereim. wjv l.,, i,''.'.,, tile
n inst., at 0 o dork, r. M. B.,wil.i! and anv.lica
tion. may ! e.-.i ... rrred,SMl,1ii. had at
tlie atone of L. Jlauil.rock ,.r MuUMlu,ul
C.liAMBItiH'k,
T. K It I Eli Alt,
,. ' C.IllilsKELl).
- V'f,:?V' Bo.1,1,,., .,m...i.tee
New Paper in Detroit.
A'Detroit dispatch to the Chicago Ro
publican say;
A new republican daily, called The Pout
will be shortly started in Detroit: A lot
is said to be. purchased and ground broken
for a building. Its capital is very large,
and Judge Ldmunds, commissioner of the
general land office, will probably be chief
editor.. Captain E. B. AVard, Senator
Chandler, and other prominent politicians
are among the stock-holders. W. S.
"Wood, secretary of the Republican State
Committee, is the present secretary of the
company.
Is ther loyal man in Cuyahoga eounty
Tcho wants to maKe element L. allan
' sjio-hanl United States Senator? Every
Jt who bolts the Union nominations for
- JJjjjjgntativea is contributing his vote to
DAILY LEADER
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLt AND WEEKLY,
r THE
1IKHI.AXB LEADER (WirA.M,
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irrnvrsnAT OCTOBER 4. 1865.
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OHIO UNION TICKET.
For Governor.
JACOB O. COX. of Tmnil.nll Couutr.
For Lieutenant OoTernor,
ANDttEW II. iM'Bl K.NKV,o ttarrenfo.
For Treinrer nf 8tate,
SIDNEY (. WAKNEK.o! Lorain Coanty.
For SupraKM Jndgea,
IIT..II tern.l
JACOB BKIXKKKHOFf.of Hichland Co.
(To till Tcawy)
JOHN WEI.fH, of Athetu Connty.
For AttorneT General.
WILLIAM H. WEST, of Logan Connty.
For Ri-hool Commiaaioner,
JOHN C. NORKI!, of Harrim County.
For Board of PnWic rn,
JAMES MOOR K, of coahocton County.
For Clerk of Snprem. onn,
RODNEV KltOiS ' Clinton Comity.
!
UNION COUNTY TICKET.
For Senat.ir,
SAMI EL WILLIAMSON.
For ReTireaentatirrs,
II I VI l A. DAMJI.EK,
I'HAS. B. LOCK WOOD,
MORRIS E. fiAI.l.t'P.
For Count v Trea.urer,
JOSEPH Tl RNEV.
For Proaeentinii Attorney,
MARSHALL H. CASTLE.
For (bounty Coinmtnaioner,
RANDALL CRAWFORD.
For Coroner.
R. JI LllSC.SCHENCK.
OUR NEW DRESS.
I sent to our reders a larger amount ol
I n,oll..r nn.l thus oreatlv increase
TheLKAPKR this morning makes its
appearance in an entirely new dres, and
inaereallv enlarged form. A column
has been added to each page of the paper,
IJd.- UI v.. . I"'
I m& iU lenth has been increased so that
, ' . : :.
I tne entire enmrireuieiii is mie.n
iner, ae of live columns, ''llie lhaue.
I . .... - -ar..i
I is now the largest paper in ltiiiuin u
' and eoual in size to any
naoer in the State. Outside of the
. r r.i.: .. 1 a T ..tj tn.l...!
i eitiii til v iiicairii mm ov. ni-, m,.....,
there is no paper in the West which will
sarpass the Leader in size. Of course
this enlargement, which has been necessi-
I fllini lft-IIH-.IL. V Uiv U lilV) l -
t;iLed )v iho prcuro of advertisements
upon otir columns, . will enable us to pre-
I iaiim;;
I . ,i iiiflnoncn of the naner.
I , "
I Tho now tvne with wlll. ll tne Dreseni
I
I .1:,;..,, ,.r fi.a i.I..TirR U nr nted is from
' - .,,
the manufactory of K. Allison,
Franklin Tvpe Jrounury, eincin-
nati. Tlie white paper ujioii wliu-n tlie
Leader is now printed is from the mill
of John Hovt & Co., t'nstalia, Erie Co.
For the neatness and taste displaved in the
makine hp and arrangement of the paper,
eo i.i,l.-htn.l to the iudirnient and ex-
perience of our foreman, Mr. William T.
Stumin.
The old dress, which iU " '"t aY-
. ut.n. " It. vo.ttor.lii v
pearance o" --
mi.is's Leader, as nrst used in our
issue of July Uth, 18C, and did its first duty
i the mid-.t ol the most Diner, aeterniinea
and prolonged jvinters' strike ever known
in this city. Its "period of service" has
been shorter than that of any dress ever
used on fne 1-eader, dui mis lsuue not to
any infiorityin the type itself, but to the
fact tint during the last year the editions
of tbe Leader have been so unprecedent-
ed'y large that it has done, in that short
rime, more real work than any previous
dress in thrice as long a period. And,
truly, during its brief term of existence it
has chronicled events which would treight
down a century of ordinary life. It
has recorded the mightiest occurrences,
the most sudden and terrible bereavements,
the most gigantic struggles and the most
glorious triumphs thathave ever fallen to
the lot of the American Republic. It
made its advent in a time of gloom and
. Oiairc, H,my,T,.eca.ngand
, ijj e
exhausted, had concluded a series of con-
fiicts which had failed to give us Rich-
mond when tjreeley and Jewett, Clay
and Sanders, were nlottino- nt Ni.
nnr. n di.o-rneefnl noneewhen the
.f ....... , ,
Copperheads, emboldened by the general
irla.-.T.. trnn aniiinn- t.n:!jl A..t.
b',n"1 niiinii c -i- i, .ixv uimi,
and maturintr the Chicatro vtlatform. It
recorded the glorious victories and marches
nf RKertnun and hoeiun n-l.;,.h iri-a
- b"'wi
renewed confidence and hope to the
country. It made public the results of
the fall elections, which placed Abraham
r:..l.. ..J :,. s K
'
tial chair, and, no less than inili-
tary triumphs, sealed the fate of e-
cession. It gave our readers the details
the grand conflict around Richmond
whiph torniiiintpn in thA ciirrnnnpr nf I rp
-- - -
and the collapse of the rebellion. Then
in the height ot public happiness and re-
joicing, it cast a sudden gluom and an-
guish upon all, by its announcement ot the
murder of our martyred President. Now,
havmg chronicled the strange and start-
ling changes which have so suddenly
transformed the blood and fire and ruin of
..... -. i.,,,.,,..... i.....,...
and pr.ierity of aoe, it concludes its
work just as the brightest era of our re
deemed and disenthralled Republic has
commenced. It surely has done honor
able service, and deserves "honorable
mention."
in conclusion, we take this opportunity
to acknowledge the hearty support we
have received Iron, the lii.mls ot tlie
Leader, and shall testify our apprecia-
tion by continuing to make further 1111-
provements, as occasion will demand, and
at tne same time snail spare no exertion
orexpci.se, m maung tne l..ue. tne
loading newspaper in Ohio .
Withdrawal of Capt. Jerome.
Captain J. Jerome, of Painesville, who
has served as Superintendent of the Sol
diers' Home in this city for the last sixteen
months, withdrew from that position ves.
' . . ' . . .
terdav. He will return to Painesville to
1 , , , . . . , , , ,
attend to business which has long needed
- .- u ...
r., .
wishes of all who have busmess and per-
sonal relatmns with h.m. His place will
betaken by Mr. John Schwab, who
. .
tution for pome time. He will prove as
efficient and faithful in his new relations
of general overseer, as in his old relations.
In speaking, a few days since, of the
Home and its officers, we unintentionally
failed to sDeak of the irreat service which
has lieen rendered at the Home by Mrs,
Ross, the Matron. She has been patient
and untiriii!; in her efforts, and deserves
the favorable consideration of the public,
which, we are happy to add, she already
enjoys,
Wine Growers Association.
There will 1 a meeting of the Northern
Ohio Wine Growers' Association held at
Sanduky City, commencing October 13th.
It is expected that many matters of inter-
est touching the culture of grapes, and
their preparation for. the market, will be
brought before tlie convention. It will be
held at a season when thecrape has reach-
j ... i- . i ... , -1
u us uiuioM pe.iLn.iiou, una me lovers oi
the crape who assemble there will doubt-
les eniov thomolves while t.stino- ,li
J & I
qualities of the elorious fruits of the is-
lands
The Democrats don't care a straw about
their State ticket, but are making every
1, . .V . 1 e . e ..i . i
,...o,.o,u CU...L, V) i.r means or ioui, to
ooiain control oi me next atate Xiegisia-
ture. They then intend to elect Vallan-
digham United States Senator. Will a
single Union voter of the county aid in
that nefarious plot, hy bolting the Union I
nomination for .Representative ? I
The State Rights Theory the Offspring
of Partizan Strife.
1 a series of resolutions oi similar pur
V lo.f Ihiit I'entlenian less excita-
.
.
I
I
I hand and introduced into the Lci'latuie
Lf Virginia; but which, be it remember-
I
i
"
The duuuUtrition of George Washing
ton, U'fore its close in 1 .97, was fiercely
assailed lv the opposition party, with
. .. . . 1 ..-l,l
Thnmu jenerson as us Biuutpikw
, . . .....j n. tl:,i,.i
h - iidor. iniB oanv wcumju uiw ,
of enmitv toward France and undue synv
pathv with GrUit Britain. Mr. Jefferson
had iustbeen beaten in the Presidential race
bv John Adams, and, smarting under po-
litical defeat, he transferred all his parti-
zau hatred to the inconiingadministration.
with which he was identiflt d as Vice Pres
ident. The exciting scenes of the French
uevouuionpnaattceu av
commotion in Amoncan politics. Presi-
. , ... j .. 3 .i.:.
dent Adams sought to stem the tide of
popular rxeiveme... - fi .... ..-r
of State as to escape tne aa.igcrous w
v.:.j .1. ,rM.;,.nUts
son Wlm-u
abroad, and thought the L nited Mates
ahild beeomo the champion ot repunu-
winism across the ocean. The action of
the Government called forth bitter op-
nositinn not onlv from a portion ot its
a..i,s...t. lint from a motley herd of
J . . . 1 - . .....- ..-It ji
foreign merce
nanes in ims i-mun.M
abusid the privileges granted tliem by the
i ,;Mn o-Avernment bv making inutt-
..oi- ...non our institutions. Theseaets
ous attack- upon our in ui.
called forth reUl.tory legialation on the
part of Congress, in tne i.irm ot n.e ..
and Sedition laws.. The opponents of the
administration inturn assailed tliee laws as
an imwarra,.tuble exercise of power In
this hour ot partisan liitterncss, jir. .iinei-
crflon sccretly drafted and procured the
'I... - . - .. --.r - .
subsequent adoption by the Kentucky
, r.ii Kenfukv K-so-
i iegi-miuic ... . -- -..',- ...
iutfnsoi ... iuai -ur. Jeflcison i.
I. ... e .u T-:.. Ci..as anil a pill-
rrfiiurm in iub i
I ,Pn of Virginia did not regard ins course
in thus inllueiiciug the action ot Ken-
I. i niniA..n.an.lil-n ami uroner. is ev-
uicky a" nno.'in"--" - i---r-:i
idenced by the fact that his connection
with the measure was kept a protouna se-
.1 -.. . .r
rret until after his death. Mr. .icnerson
also induced James Madison to draft and
present to the Legislature of Virginia
I.lo nd not sbarine all the partisan spirit
' , , , i. .1... ';,
nl his co-worker, uiu 1101 iinai, .
... .1 .r,,.,, .,1
o- n resolutions so stronirlv to favor mil-
Mi ,u.M k. The
hhcation as a.a no,., o -
irginia ju-s........- -
states are no- ...,..-. j....K.- - .........
of redress ir alleged grievances, wniisi
that doctrine is proclaimed in the (irst
those adopted by Kentucky. T hese reso-
lutions were introduced ( merely Pr-
tisan purpose, ami It would not he charita-
We tr- -oppose mai in. ir amnors aiui.
I Pated the fH,!'1 to which tnt'' wold
' ri,t in "fr years. As a party measure.
I (her at ilia 1 !..,.. ..tloel,. Tai lo.l ..r.li.oe..i,e.
. - i
pose. they were repudiated by eerj
other State of the Kepublic. TheLegisla-
tures ot the .New Lngland Mates, xew
I York and Delaware sent to the A irginia
I Legislature replies condemning their whole
spirit and doctrine. The Kentucky reso-
lutions aimed at immediate nullincation,
and it was a part of the plan to appoint
committees of correspondence with other
States to secure co-operation in carrying
the doctrine into practical effect. But even
the Lerrislature of Kentucky, after adopt-
ing the resolutions, failed to carry out the
programme of consultation. The V irginia
I Resolutions, more modest in tone, were
I offered to the other States, with the result
I named. At the next session of these Legis-
Matures, the subject again came up. The
Kentucky Legislature adopted a resolu-
tion, reaffirming the doctrine of the reso-
I lutions of 17fl8, and declaring "nullification
by the State Sovereignties to be the
"riohtfiU remedy. ' In this resolution we
I, .-. .
have, if it were needed, an interpretation
of the resolutions of 1708. John Quincy
Adams, in his "Life of James Madison,"
Uoi-;-r .Ha i;,. ar.,1 aorlitinn lows
n.-t:-.... ,..-
..i..... i
said : "The acts themselves, and the reso-
ll.i" C -1 X .......
i 1L111UH9 OI UfS JL.eiJlrtlMlliri 1TOIII iTIillli
thnm marnnw b rm..:ir1..rid mpwlr
adversary party metres?
I "if- "vr 1:.. ..,.l-
-"i.i.i"ii, in win.-. H-nif, njo-iw vi
the alien and sedition laws rather as unad-
I vised acts, in contravention to the opinions
and feci ine of community, than as un-
-:....!. .i - -i t ,,
coi.Muiiiio.ia. .marines, mi.s v.iiuiiuv
withdrawing his countenance from the
resolutions he had drafted with his own
1 uA a;a ... ;...:....:.... ,.r at- T , . if .
en, iivr vi i it hi i in i n i iiiiuu ui .i ii .-
son ; tt moment of intense partisan ex
eitement. Mr. Jefferson, in his address
upon the occasion of his inauguration as
President of the United States in 1801
the most serious and responsible movo-
ment of his life receded from the ultra
doctrines of the Kentucky resolutions of
1793,
Ti ,t K. -0n thH h.-esv
owed its origin to an unusually bitter par
tisan" strife, and was repudiated by its
authors in tho calmer davs of after time
Under ordinary circumstances, repndia
tion by its authors would have been the
death-knell of anv political dogma of like
character, but, unfortunately for the conn
,ry, this first seed of nullification fell upon
9oij favorable for its growth. From time
time the monster would rear its head,
first m one ttlld t)lcn in another of the
gl(Ve stt,a, until in 1832 it arrayed the
St.lte of &lllth Carolina in actual opposi-
ti to ,ho Fed(,ral Government. That
State, being dissatisfied with the Tariff
laws, met in. Convention on tho l!th of
November, 1832, and on the 24th of the
same month passed an. ordinance of nulli-
fication, which was to take effect February
1st, 1833, when the State would, us de-
.. ,
clared by the Convention, consider itself
,,. - .,.. ,u
absolved from further allegiance to the
.... , .
tf'Hoii, and proceed to organize an
indeindeiit government. This scheme
cru.:hcd by the firmness of President
Bllt the lesson of State Rights
stiH existcd in ,,c South. The Legislature
of South Carolina, in 1SJ-', resolved that
secession was a constitutional right of the
States. Finally its advocates plunged the
country into war in 18C1, by the rebellion
of nearly all the Slave States, because a
constitutional majority had decided at the
polls that slavery should not be extended
into territory hitherto free. After exhaust-
ing all the mineral resources of the Slave I
States in a reliellion of four years duration,
tbe heresy of State Rights was again
crushed with the defeat of the rebel armies, I
and was buried with its victims beneath
tho "sacred soil" that gave it birth. Peace I
is restored to a distracted land, and most I
of the war-worn defenders of the Union
return to tlie quiet of their homes. At
this juncture, a political party in our own
Stte exhumes the mangled form of this
nooaj demon oi Diaie mguis, and, Dear-
ing il ftlong with solemn step and rueful
fac. beseech a loyal people to bow down
and wnrihin it. It has the snme title tn a
r --. - - - - -
l,lace m our political code that Satan has
to re-admission to the celestial fields from
... . . I
whence he was driven for waging rebel-
lious war. A loval people, vet mourning
a half million noble sons and brothers sac-
rificcd at the shrine of this demon, will
continue by their votes todeclarethe curse
. . ... I
pronounced upon the trreat arcn-traitor :
Dcnart. vo cursed. I
The Sanduskv, Dayton and Cincinnati
Rwilroad will carry passengers at half fere
to to the grand Union meeting at Tiffin,
on Xnursday. tne out inst- ' J
POLITICAL.
An important suffrage meeting was to
be held in Washington at an early day,
probably on Thursday next. Ueneral
Butler and Senator Wilson, ot Jttassaenu-
. .
setts are to epfcttk.
The President is very strongly disposed
to appoint a Provisional Governor of Lou
isiana, but looks with little tavor upon
Governor Wells. Ho objects to some
portions of the present constitution of that
State.
The colored people of W isconsin have
called a state convention to meet at Jill
waukie, October 20, to promote the suc-
amendment to the
- i: , .i
ndi(lftte fl,r
of the NatioIllll House of
.. - charle3 R Tr81tl,
ol Jla:,!''
Unnnnneed ishiscomnetitor.
"No Soldiers for Offices."
e
-
The Chillicotho Advertiser, last April
used the following language in reference
t the nomination ol soldiers lor otnee,
w,ich has been copied and endorsed by
I e . ? ; .1 . .f .1.
i many oi me "uemocrtiiic journals m
Stftt? The tHiics, ftre its ow
"We b.c leave, however,!
brethren if the Democratic press, and to
,
1 J mm ,,, fr
v f, or Nllt!oi (,jfjee , the giji ) it
.ry)) w,0 ,,, at any time, hare (iron
ti,e jtronerutuM or ,e prrvm mn.u
"- uHgham, Allen
concerned, we know
t)lat t)l(.v are ri;il,t, and we will most
.". , .
cheerfully support either ot tliem, ana we
will support a.nv other Peace .candidate
I tuul lnav De seiecieu, oui can mn aim win
. for Governor who
I : " . - . ... i
I has not the moral courage, tne nonesiy and
fraI1kness , to come out boldly and tear-
les-ly in opposition to ine war, anu uie
ting administration."
These men, after so vigorously protest
ing'against the nomination of soldiers, arc
now assisting in tlio support of General
Morgan. The reason is obvious. They
have been convinced that General Morgan,
as well as Vallandigham, is right, and that
he is as strenuously in favor of tho dvy
trines of Vallandigham as Val. bin-1")1-
It is !imc that the public under-trod ll"i
i . . . . .!..
1 too. and fullv comprehended tea '"
lu"i B"u V . .
ery vote for George W. -...,.., ...
to vote f C).,nent L. Valla..-
A Slander Refuted.
v,'r? valuable. He has shown zeal, ener
of gv,.a"d perseverance in a g(xl cause for
of
i-
.lin v.lllcno-0 auu oine. ven.-in lu.im viiu
,,;.. tho o-ronnrl .ml mnHo
f
Editor Ci:veland Leaiier: The very
Kir rpek!) wlih falsehood intended to injure
t,e Union randidate for Ecpresentative,
....i:.,., in this city. Probably most
them Are tho invention of Copperheads
w.l0 hope to elect their favorite through
1 division in the Union party. One of these
, - t . T fi.il...
caiiiiiiiu.'s i wisu to exptwe. i rriw w ure
si0rv. widely circulated, that Mr. laiitlcr
L)lir;.llHJ(!d tho f(lrnitre for the Fourth
iVard SchiMil House in Buffalo, in diaic-
I g;li(j 0f the claims an
bind mechanics. Al
nd interests of Clcve-
more shameless false-
hoo(j collld not hav0 becn invented
The simple truth is that every cft'ort was
milde by tUe Board of Education, and
tha Committee of the Common Council,
have the flirnitllre for the Brownell street
g..hooi house maAe in Cleveland, but in
Vai.i. Aimlieatinn was made to resnons
;), parties here but without success. The
I job yvas a large one, requiring a large
amount of suitable lumber, and tha appli
potion of considerable skill and a rood
I Jl!a (f uhor. Our mechanics had not the
I ialnbcr, nor could tho labor be spared from
t, reirular business of tho various shops.
. . f fi : Buffl.f which mnkps
I schoolhouse furniture a .criniri, and hav-
ingon handthe mostapproveaDat-nrni-u.it
act)V'"-v tlirn'-,'ng the ni'w ho"e
9uch otters as rendered the purchasing of
the furniture ior the house in question m
Buffalo a duty on the score ot economy.
Had our mechanics been in a position to
undertake the work, they could not com-
n(,te witll the prices of this Butfulo estab-
I j. i - i- - 11.,4,1 1. ,. 1
I lisllllll'lli IOr lilt; rtrHill3 ailllUtrU III HlliiM'j
I but our mechanics were already overrun
with Wnlkll il'V" fit"-'
I . . ' 11 J
. rerular trade.
I The purchase in Buffalo or some other
outside market was necessary under tho
circumstances, anu me Bargain niaao was
a S"ou one tor me city.
., . ;,,.,,.- ... ,i,l 4l,t fe
I Ponim' s-rvices in the Council as Chair-
man of the Committee on Schools have been
I . . ! '
hoods, by well-meaning Union men is a
W. H. P.
"Hangman Hartrantf."
The Union nomineo for Auditor Gen
eral of Pennsylvania, is the gallant Major
General John A. Hartranft, the hero of
Fort iSteadman. The Copperheads are
showing their inborn sympathy with trea
son and assassination bv calling; him
'Hangman Hartranft," because he was
the commandant at the Arsenal when
Payne and his fellow-murderers were
hung. The Philadelphia' Press comments
on this epithet very neatly as follows :
"General Hartranft executed the rebels
in his mighty onset upon their impenetra
ble works on the 25th of March: he as
sisted at the execution of tho assassins on
the 7th day of July, at Washington, and
lie will preside at the execution ot the
sympathizers with both on the loth of
October next."
I
I
There is a deplorable condition of affairs
in Moriran county. Kentucky, and the ad
joining counties of Wolfe mid Floyd arc
also a good deal disturbed. Mr. Geardon,
the United States Revenue Collector, was
compelled to stop in his work by a guer-
rilla gang commanded by a man named
Williams, and a small force of troops sent
. ' , , ,
to the scene of trouble onlv succeeded
;
scattering the guerrillas, who fired on I
s t i
soldiers from ambush. Mr. Geardon
the
re-
turned with the troops to Lexington, and
it wiU be impossible for him to prosecute
his duties in Morgan county without tho
protection of a considerable body of sol-
djer, a3 Williams has sworn that no taxes
shall be levied there.
I
A Richmond correspondent of the Xew
York Herald writes there is a man in Vir-
ginia who indulges in the wild speculation
of buying negroes emancipated by the
the caving in of the Rebel Government,
at ten dollars per head, in the hope that
the United States Government will ulti-
mately pay the full price for them. He
offers ten dollars in gold for right of
property in each negro, and has, it is sta-
ted, made some purchases and paid the
money.
.
If, by the nomination of a third person,
D. A. Dangler should be defeated for
Representative, and George, P. Marshall
elected, the result may be the election of
Vallandigham United States Senator,
and the repeal of the Anti-Slavery Con
stitutional Amendment. Every man who
u t, r-nlun tioVot i vchotW ho l-n,.re
. . , ,
" ur -'"S .' - .ol e..u
Personal.
The presence of General Hooker in the
tbe city, is said, by the gossips, to be for
thc '""J6 of mfikinS his fir5t "Tender
L Z lT l
' . '
of this Denartment. suffered itself to be
invested and placed under siege; ana now,
having withstood the wiles ot the lair ad-
versnry as long as ; gallantry requires, ne is
Fo further rtirulara v refer to the
gpecial orders that may be looked for
witnm a tew flayt, jtnpnnat uoMWtt
THE BEDFORD UNION FAIR.
THE BEST EVER HELD.
LIST OF PREMIUMS AWARDED.
SPORTS OF THE RING.
New Rolling Mill in Bedford.
Cannon & Co.'s Large Cheese Business.
150 DAIRIES—&90 PER COW.
BEDFORD, Sept. 29th, 1865.
This is the fourth and closing day of
the Eighth Annual Fair of the Bedford
Union Agricultural, Mechanical and In
dustrial Society, embracing the Townships
of Bedford, Solon, Warrensville, New.
burgh, Independence, IforthDcld, Orange,
and Chagrin Falls. It has been the most
satisfactory and successful of anv the
weather fine, exhibition good, and attend
ance large.
The officers of the Society are: A. P.
Leland, Newburgh, President; Royal
Taylor, Solon, Vice President; L. Mar
ble" Bedford. Treasurer; A. M. Whitta-
ker, Bedford, Corresponding Secretary
P. T. Whittaker, Bedford, Recording
Secretary. Directors Matthew Dreii
ning, Northfield; Albert Rinear, North
field; A. Gardner, Chagrin Falls; S. B.
Smith, Solon; James Matthews, Bedford
F. A. Bacon, Independence ; C. T. Keed
Solon; John Libby, Bedford; William
lv inn. Bedford: F. Pike. Solon; Jolm
"Whittaiu, Orange: Win. Green, Iiule
Thnn f. ftiwluirlM
D. L. Wightman, Warrensville j E. F
Collins, Warrensville,
The Union Fair Grounds arc pleasantly
located near the village of Bedford, and
are conveniently fitted up. Most of th
tock had been taken away previous tu
Friday. The di-play of Horses, Cattle,
Sheep and S'inc was not large, but good
That''! Brood Mares and Colts was very
fin.., better than ever before. As a whole
the show in the animal department was
much commended, and evidenced decided
stock progress among the thrifty farmer:
of the several townships.
The good exhibition of Domestic articles
proved that the Union women have 11
been idle, and properly appreciate the ad
vantages and pleasures of these annual
holidays.
The following is an imperfect, but near
ly full report of the
Premiums Awarded at the Union.
Fair.
CLASS SECOND-HORSES OF ALL WORK.
a
Bx-it Htnllit.u nvt-r four yea, A. Murl-K, S..uu
tirst in ittium.
Boul Slum MultU.tl Hnrne, A. P. LcUn.l, Xcw
liuruh, tirnl nrcmium.
B.-rt Siwii MittYlietl HorrHx, Johu Lil'l.y, Biilfunl,
(Ht-itinl nn-iiiiniii.
Beat Hoiw. ltuuulca A WiliU-r, B..lf..rl, spcnutl
tiri-iuiuiii.
Bvst Miir.. Itirw yearn oM, E. II. Wilcox. Btil
fonl, tii st itn-uiiuiii.
Best Mrtiv, tliite vi'arM oKl. i. BIcKiiet-lHtitl. Bi d
fiint, tin-mid I'rt'iiiiiini..
BLMt I'uir Miit. lud (.'nits, W'ui. Mill-, OraiiR, 11
lircniiiiiii.
Brt full, two Ti-arB ddt II. F. Wight Man, Ntw
humli. hr-t ury-winui.
Bt-dt Cult, two ji-an old, Wiu. Green, IntliiK.D
ilc nc;1. MToad lm-nuaiu.
Brtit Coir, one Ttur old, Wiu. Milla, Orange,
secuiiu premium.
CLASS 4-ROADSTERS.
Best Span Ilnrsoi, A. P. Inland, Newburgh, irft
iirfiiuiiiii.
Btt rtimu Horncw, II. N. Sladc, Sidon, second pre
niiHin.
CLASS 5—FANCY HORSES.
Bt'nt Horse, A. P. Lelaud, Nt wliurgh, first
in nun.
Best Man h. E. Kt'lit, Solon, si'Ciuid n iniiiiu.
Bint Spun Hoi!', J. t oojK'r, liairrm t alH, ni
urcniitiut.
Bust S.iu Ilorsfn, Gcoro Cowan, Stdmi, hccoui
PttUlIUIU.
B.-t .sp;ui HurKCK, tlin-o Ti'iirH old, C. B. Matthr
B. illold, nivt uuuiu.
CLASS 7—CATTLE—DURHAMS.
Best Cow over three yi-ar old, R. Unhard, Btil-
furd, lirt premium.
Best Bull over two yL-an old, R. Orchard, Bedford,
fi.-- ,.r..miinn
Best Hi' iter twt-my-two hiourD?oirrpit.- oimir,
Bttliord, Diet ptiuiiiini.
Bt btifir loiirtvt-n mouths old, R. Orchard,
second pi'i'iiiiuiu.
CLASS 8—DEVONS.
Best Cnw, Wm. Hnrnt, Twiiislmrg, firt premium.
Btdt Heifer, onv year old, Win. Hum, TwiiH
Iiurjr, hr-t pnmium.
Best Hi-iler, Win. Huiot, Twiiubnrs, second pre
mium. Best Heifer, two years old, C. Gay, Bedford, fit
prelum m.
Best HeitYr two years old, C. Guy, Bedford, second
premium.
CLASS 9—NATIVES AND GRADES.
over year
nr! premium.
Be-it Cow, over two years old, C. T. Rctd, Soh-u,
Jirt iireniium.
Best Heifer over two years old, L. Collier. B.d-
iiii'it, hrt preumiiu.
Best Heifer owi' two years old, J. It. Keiiyon,
Bcdt.ntl, h.cond premium.
Bent Heifer one year old, J. Elkk, WarrensTille,
liv-t premium.
Be?t HiiKr one year old, Wm. 3lill, Oiange,
second premium.
CLASS 10—MILCH COW.
Bet Cow of any Breed, Thomas Breed, Bedford,
hrht premium.
CLASS 11—WORKING CATTLE.
Best Yoke Oxen, Chaunttsy Gay, Bt-dford, first
premium.
Best Pair Steers, three years old, Chauucey Gay,
CLASS 12—FAT CATTLE.
Bent Fat Cow, R. Dewey, S dou, first premium
Best Fat Cow, Thomas Cox. Bedford, se;oiid premium.
CLASS 15—FINE WOOLED SHEEP.
Bet Bui-k, T. Sbeels, Bedford, Hist pnmium.
Bt-rit Buek, J. A. P.ariteM, bt-dlord, hr-t pr. uiium,
Bl'I Fivt t'wi-ii, N. MaikH, Jr. Newlmrgh, hil
iiremiiiiii.
Best Kiv ;wes, J. A. Barnes, Bedford, second
picmiuui.
B.'ft Fivtt Lamlis, J. A. Burner), Bedford, firit
preiuiiim.
Best Five LhiiiIh, N. Maikn, Jr. NewliurKli,
siToiid premium.
B.-Mt Huek tttinh, T. Kkeels, Bedford, first pre
mium. A pen of fifty Spanish Merino IS ticks
from Vermont, exhibited by L. Vunpelt,
Cleveland, attracted much attention.
They were very fine t-heej). und were
highly commended by the Awarding
Committee.
CLASS 16—SWINE.
Sow, S. LiblM'.y, Bedlord, first premium.
Best pen of E. ti. L.lblL j , Biilford, Si cuud
preiuiiim.
Best Boar Pit; under one year, W. C White, Bed
ford, first premiuin.
Best Sow Pip, under one year old, W. C. White,
Bedford, first premium.
CLASS 17—POULTRY.
Best Poland, J. Wakefield, Bedford, first premium.
Best Coop Chkkeus, E. H. Wikox, Bi-ditrd, first
premium.
Best Coop Chii kens, K. Marks, Xt;u burgh, m-cuhJ
premium.
Best GHliie Chickens, O. Osl-orn, Bedford, flrt
premium.
Best Four Biamahs, A. T. ilubWll, Bedford, first
premium.
Best Four any breed, N. Marks, NrwborKh, first
premium.
Best Pair Game Chickens, Wm. Mill.-", Orange,
second premium.
Best Pair Natives, A. S. Wilier, NorthfKId,
second premium.
Best Pair fucks, Thomas Breed. Bedford, first
premium.
CLASS 18—MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT.
Best Tinner's Work, L. C. Haiiies, Btdloid, first
premium.
Best Marble Work, L. .Marble, Betlford, first pre
mium. Best foperape, P. A. White, Chagrin Falls, first
premium.
Best Cheese -boxes, A. 0-born, B. dford, first pre
mium. Best Sint-'le Harness, A. S. Will; v, Korthfield,
first nremiiim.
B. si Land KoILt, Whet lock and Co., Bedford,
first itremiuiii.
Best Farm Gate,L. Marble, Bedford, first pre
mium.
Best Pair Boots, T. Canutll, Ncwburl, first pre
mium.
Best Open BupfTT, L. S. Bull, Solon, first pn
mium.
CLASS 19—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
Best Silk lMnine guilt, Mrs. C. Haven, B. dford,
fir premium.
Best Patchwork guilt, Mrs. M. Stn bell, Bedford,
nrst itremium.
Best Patchwork Wullt, Mrs. T. B. Patterson, Bed-
loni, sm-oikI premium.
Best White guilt, Mrs. Dr. TarWH, B, df..rd, first
premium.
Best Knit B. .l.-pr.-ad, Mrs. O. Marble, Solon, first
iiremiiiiii.
Best Knit Bedspread, Mrs. Dora Koch, Bedford,
second premium.
Best Tacked Spread, Mrs. Dr. Tarliell, Bedford,
tirst premium.
Best Pair Woolen Storkimrs, Mrs. J. Wakefield,
weillord, nrst premium.
Best Pair Wool u Stockings, Sirs. O, Marble, Sob n,
seconn premium.
Best Pair Socks, Mrs. T. B. Patterson, Bedford,
nrst premium.
Bpi--c Pair Cotton Stockinps, Mrs. D. Koch, Bid
ford, first prem um.
Best Pair Mittens, Mrs. T. B. Patterson, Bedford,
nrst premium.
Beot PairMitteus, Miss M. Cox, Bedford, wcond
premium.
BeBt Linen Thread, Mrs. A. Wells, Solon, first
premium.
Best Foot Mat, Mrs. J. Wakefi ld, Bedford, first
nreminin.
Beit Linen Table Cloth, Mrs. J. Wakefield, B?d- ,
ford, first premium.
Best Woolen Blanket, Mrs. A. Wells, Solon, first !
nreminm. I
Best Coverlid, Mm. X. Cox, Bedford, first prem.
Best CoTcrlid. Mrs. O. Marble, Solon, second prem.
CLASS 20—FANCY NEEDLE WORK.
Best Embroidered Handkerchief. Mrs. 6. A. Baker,
Bedford, first premium.
Bt Emhruidcred ColUr, Mr. D. Kuch, BtHUVrd,
first preiuiuni.
He Cotton fcml.ro.tltrT. Mi-tH Carrie Fuller, Biil-
forl. tinit premium.
Best ABlian. Mrs. ii. A. Baker, Bedford, first
premiuin.
Bent Ottoman Cover, Mrs. H. E. -Fulk, Biiifu
fir-t premium.
Brt Ottoman Cover, Miss Carrie Fuller, Btilfonl,
econd premium.
Beit Pair 8lip4r, Mimt Carrie Fullt-r, Badford,
flrit prpuuuiik.
Best Tidy, Mrn. 1. Koch, Bedford, nrxt prt mium.
Bt'ut Tidy, Mra. J. W akrlifld, Bltord, fiecoud
ritulum.
Btwt Lamp Mat, Mrs. J. Wakt Aold, B.-Jford, flMt
pn-mium.
Bxt Woolen Yarn, Sirs. M. W.-1U, Bt-dford, flr-t
premium.
CLASS 21—FINE ARTS.
Bent Water CVlon-d Paintiiifc, Mr. II. E. Falk,
Bedford, lint premium.
Beat Penc 1 Drawing, Mrs. II. E. Falk, B.-dC.r.l,
nrt prom mm.
B'ft Crayon Paintlnp, Mm. II. E. Falk, Bedford,
first premium.
CLASS 22—DAIRY PRODUCTS AND PROVISIONS.
Best ftr Cheefli, JanieH Siuthcw, Bt-ttford, ftrwt
prt'iuium.
Beit Croi-k Butter, JanH9 MitUiew, Bclford, Ant
premium
Beat Crock Lard, Mnt. T. B. Patterion, Iktlford,
nrrit premium.
Bent 1i tttA. Butter, William HiRl-y, Solon. Britt
nrenmltn.
Beat 1" l. Honey, John Tinker, Bedford, Aral
premium.
Best Bread, Mm. T. Breed, Bedford, first prein.
Best Cookery, hy girl nuder If., Miss E. Marhle,
B..lon, nrst preuiiuni.
Best Variety Cuke, E. Murlde, S,.ln, first
lirem uui.
CLASS 23—FLOWERS.
Best Boqnet, Aliss V. Bull, Solon, first premium.
Best yurtety lerhenns, airs. o. w.lls, Solon, first
premium.
Best Floral Design, Mrs. H. E. Falk, H, dford,
nrst iireiiiium.
Best Floral Design, Mrs. Wiu. Wells, Bedford,
second premium.
CLASS 25—GRAIN SAMPLES.
B.st l.n.iel Com, John Lil.hy, B.dfor.1, first
pretiiimn.
Best lia.ket Corn, J. McLei.il, Newhiirgh, aecoud
premium.
Bit Sweet Corn, A. S. Wilh y, Xorlhlteld, firet
preiuiiim.
Best !.. p Cm, C. Pnnlur, Redfor.l. fir-t prem.
Beat lm k Field Beans, .1. W.ik, n. 1.1, B diord, first
pri'miiiiii.
Best eix-stulk Sorghum, John Tinker, Bedford,
first premium.
Best .ix-stulk Sorghum, C. Weld, Bedford, aecoud
CLASS 26—VEGETABLES.
hrilf-hu-diel Pott(Ks, E. II. Wilcnx, Betlford,
first premium.
Bwt half-lmahrl I'-tat.K- Jhu Quayle, !itw
bnr;h, ser.nd p-enunm.
Best hall-ltiihel I'liueti AlU rl-t, i iMiuloiiu, Bed
ford, fir Tit reii.iiim.
Bist hit If bunhel (niiitesPutates, J. Libb.-y, Bed
ford, mil p-fiiiiuiii.
Bei-t luir-lili.d Turnip Beets, J. (tuavlo, NVw
ltiir:h, firnt rremiuiu.
Bent twovr;etKs Betrt, A. S. Wilt.y, Northfield,
second prt-isiiim.
Bo-t hair-hiislN! Black Hwd Ouious, O. Wells,
rx.ion, nrst premium.
Best Acoru S.uhsIi, J. Liblk-y, Bedford, firm
pivniiutii.
Best nx I'dbhae, J. Mathews, Bedford, first
pivuiium.
Class 27 Fai iTn.
Best ten rnrieties Apples, T. Pike, Orange, first
premium.
Bent ten varilies Apples, II. F. WlhtiHan, Bed
ford, second premium,
B.'Mt ampl. s of Appier., C. W. Ktllogg, B lf..r.l
first premium.
Bmt ten guiuces, A. 3. Wilhy, Nurthfleld, first
pr-iiiiiim.
Best plate Isabella Grape.-t, R. P. Cowle, M'arreus-
viiie, hist premium.
Best plate Isalx-lla Grapes, Levi Marble, Bedford.
seen mi premium.
Best plate Catawba GrnneM,HR. D. Cowle, War
reiiMVille, first premiuin.
B.tst plat Catawba Grans, L. Marble, BeUrd,
ih-ioipi iriuiiiiiii.
Best bum k l i.U 11 GiHifS, L. Marble, Bedford,
CLASS 27—MISCELLANEOUS.
In this department three mammoth To
hiicco stalks in tuhs e.vhihiti-J bv A. S. Wil
ley,Norihiif'M ; a tall, brum hin Castor Oil
lieiin riant grown hy T. Matthews, lUd
lord ; and the very hinre Beets of John
Prieo, Bedford; were objects of curiositv
and secured favorable notice from the
Committee. The Flour Sifter of Wells &
Lhinlap, Cleveland; Double lieed Mult
deon of Jonas Alehouse, Newberry. Genu-y-a
countV: Lithiitrrai.h Pictures d A. M
Curran, Cleveland ; "okcd Skirt bv Mrs.
C. Haven. Bedford ; several Gras Bu-
qucts by Mrs. C. M. Hamlin, Bedford;
Cone Frames by Mm. K. U. Falk, Bed
ford; Cone Basket by Mrs. G. A. Baker,
Bedford; OrnfmentJd Chairs bv AV. H.
Collins, Now burgh; and Fancy Picture
exhibited by A. P. Leland, Newburgh;
nau many aumireis ana were hitrhlv com
mended by Committees. Leland s picture
is a rare curiosity. From one stand-point
a good portrait appears of Gen. McClellan.
from another Gen. Scott, and from the
front tren. ulunrton on his whit
charger, all without any change in the po
sition of the painting.
This is the day of sports in the ring, and
the amphitheatre has been tilled with in
terested people. During the f(irwmi
tnrrj wir oirrnriTrTTiTile last trotting to
saddle and harness, and the sports of the
afternoon were opened with a Foot Race
for Citizens' purse of ?3.0(to run together
one-fourth mile and repeat ; best 2 in 3.
Six "fan boys" entered the list, and con
tested nimbly for the prize. The race ex
cited much idtcren and drew frequent
shouts from the spectators.
Equestrianhip by five young ladies fol
lowed. Tbe well-trained hordes were rode
by Miss E. "Wells, Bedford; Miss Ada
Henry, Bainbridge; Miss P. H. Culver
Bedford; Miss A. F. Holeomb, Hudson
Miss O. N. Leland, Newburgh. The rid
ing of all was so ffood that the Committee.
L-Dr. .T. P. Kobinson, H. F. Cannon, Mrs.
Koyal Taylor and Miss Ann Wightman,
divided the purse of $15 equally between
them. We understand, however, that the
Committee made up a private purse of $5
additional for Miss Culver, who managed
her horse with a skill and daring seldTnu
attained. Miss C. is said to possess a sort
of Karey art in horseman-hip, taking wild,
mettlesome colts and subduing them to
her mounting, when the '-boys'1 fail to
train them to the saddle.
.The Sweepstake purse of $25, open to
the world, for the fastest racking horse,
bet 3 in 5, was contested for by v. Hoff
man's " Maria Brough," Cleveland ; F.
D. Darrow s "Gen. Grant," Cleveland ;
and F. W. Bell's -Joe' Cleveland. The
purse was won by "Gen. (irant ' in three
straight heats. '.Joe' was withdrawn after
first heat, and "Maria B rough ' broke up
badly in each, owing to the .-hort curves
and roughness of truck. Time, 2.51 ; 2 41
2.42.
The Citizens purse of if lo, for fastest
trotting horse in tho district, was won by
D. L. Wightiimn's "Kitty," in 2.55, beat
ing Mr. paeon's "Silvertiiil."
The Sweepstake of $25 for fastest trot
ting horse, open to the world, best 3 ia 5,
also excited much interest, and was won
by Mr. Hoffman s ".May (Jueen' in three
heats, in the fir-t and third of which
she led Mr. Zrllhan's -Lookout" when the
latter was withdrawn. Time, 2.5U", 2AS
This clo-sed the Four Days' Fair, and
without an incident to mar the ireneral
holiday fcason. All pronounced it the
best ot tne tnion fairs, and the receipts
leave ine wormy &oeiety with a surplus in
the treasury.
A word of Bedford. It is one of the
h?t villMKo.! in CuvnhiM'a count v. und
is awaking to the importance of its loca
tion and business advantages. Several en
terprising citizens have recently organized
an iron .uautiiaciuring company with
:...i f;'i: iiuA . - ii i " . ...
ciipiiai oi ij,vi', ami win nave a foIHug
Mill in operation within the nevt sixtv
days. The foundation is hud, tlie frame
ready to put up, and the machinery pur
chased. Thc location of the Mill is con
venient to the Cleveland and Pittsburgh
railroad, and we wish the enterprise abiuiii
ant success.
Chair Manufacturing seems tobe a spe
ciality of Bedford. The Chair FactocLes
of Messrs. Wheelock fc Co., and Mr. C.
Purdy, employ thirty hands each, and the
demand for their excellent Work is con
stantly extending and increasing.
Bedford has a well established reputa
tion as a Cheese mart. Messrs. F. II.
Cannon & Co. have made cheese a promi
nent part of their mercantile business fur
pome fifteen years, and have built iipn
extensive and profitable trade in the West.
They employ no commission ngi-nts, but
dial directly with dairymen and cheese
buyers, tin; latter principally in Indiana,
Illinois and Michigan. Their cheese are
all of domestic manufacture. They re
ceive the cheese when quite green from
some one hundred and fifty dairies, mostly
in Bedford, Brecksville, TwinsVyrg, Bos
ton and Northfield townships the dairies
ranging from .twenty to thirty, and in
some caKes fifty cowsj and cure and pre
pare them for market in largo, well venti
lated cheese -houses, under their immedi
ate inspection. Their shelves are now
well tilled, and constant ehip.nents are
leing made. The average price paid by
Messrs. Cannon & Co. for cheese this sea
son is from twelve to sixteen cents per
pound. La-t vear they di tributed $200.-
000cah, besides considerable merchandise,
among their dairy customers, and sent to
market 19,000 boxes of chee-e. This year
their cheese trade will be still Targer, and
fullv reach 20,000 boxes good evidence
of the satisfaction this enterprising firm
give to sellers and buyers.
I he yield of cheese is gome ?90 worth
per cow this season.
Is it a wonder that Cheesedom flourishes
DRY GOODS
DRY GOODS
MUOLESILE AXD RETAIL.
DRY "GOODS,
I. P. Sherwood's.
The recent extensive addition and improvements
lioth in our Whob sale and Retail Pt-pai tineiits, to
grtuer with theciiaHpl.-teaNsorlmviit in each, make
tin hone uow much the largest and nuM exten
sive of any in the city. The mipreeeiWuted iurreaoe
in the bniucs, Uith wholesale and retail, together
with nuctualed facilities, warrani us in ayniK inai
n-e ran aud will sell zoods through the cumin tea
son, at less price than any other house in the trade
IN
ladies' mm GOODS
The a!t.rttiu-i!t ia awiialiil 'id qnaulity, iiuaiity
ami vaj-itMy, ami co.irMM ... urt
FRENCH POPLINS,
FRENCH EERINOS,
FRENCH CASHIMERES,
REPS,
PLAIN MERINOS,
PLAID & PLAIN ALPACAS,
VALOURS,
Anil in fa.-t all kin.ls of S.annalle Pre Fabrii-i.,
lama-lit lN-foru the receut a.lraucc, ami will be aiU
aci'urdi.tly.
DRESS SILKS
In Black and Fancy vre hare Ihe great!-! variety
evr l...i. in IhM mark.t, ilh a lull lino
Eveuiug Silk.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
(LOAK DEPARTMEM.
We woubl particnlarly call the attt ntiou of the
Trade to thi branch of thu bu-inen,1f we have
obtained the most couirteiit mauapern, and are
pr i juir.it to till all or.hrs, by the .ii.uitiiv t-r oin-t-rwi-e,
at the shortest notice and ai the lowest
wholesale prices.
AV1I0LESALE AXD RETAIL
Millinery Goods.
Thi Department is now fall of avery variety
Measnnahle iroodrf in its line, and we would cli
ciallv invite the aitentiou of M rchaiitf and liili
ners, and the public generally, to its examiuatitm.
OM SHAWL DEPARTMENT
Embraces everything in it line, from the cheapest
ool to tne richest Paisley.
The Hosiery Depaiituent.
A full line of regular make of Euulih and Ger
man Dote, part it marly adapted to the ( nv trade
Al-io a full tock in the .lohbmjr DeiMtrtmeiit.
GLOVSS.
We have a Very flllll st(K-k of th.-se ffiMnl-, of or
owu importation, pan) for in jfuld at :tc. pr niium,
and will te-H them at while-ale or n -tail, -r
Ci-.it. less than any other honse in a or (Ik in (Una.
Cloth Department.
Besides a Very extensive variety i.f
CloakLngs, Repellants.
Broadcloths, Beavers,
Doeskins, Cassimeres, &c.
We ltav the entire protluction of two Wixdeu Milt
which were contracted for early in Au'.riit, and
win enaitie us to civ niir customurs an aUvantaKi
of 2f r cfut., therebp aviui; ucarlv oo pm tvnt.
on their purchases, either w holesalu or retail.
SPECIALITIES.
We would invite the attention of the Trade to our
immense stock of
Linen Goods, Irish Linens, Tow
clings, Doylies, Crashes, Ac.
Of our own Importation, paid fur in void at 32-
preniiuin, and Will lie mdd i percent, under the
usual prices, auiimx which are Nplcmud iri-h Lin
ens at iM cents, cheap at 75 cent, and others in
proirtioii.
11IITE 1D LICE GOODS.
Of tlunsu Goods wd have a full assortmont In
CAMBRICS,
TAPE CHECKS,
SWISS MILIS,
CAM 8BIC LAWXS,
LADIES' COLLARS,
Of all it script knis. from Linen to the ricty-tt Puint
Lace.
Domestic Goods.
The- ereateaL Inilurebienta aHi be offereil to tha
Tra.le ... thw lVa.rliueutt wun:.1! coutaiua a full
a-.- loeut of
Bleached nd Brow n Sheetings,
TU ks and Stripes
Flannels and Llnser.
Apron Cheeks,
Denims, it.
And la no casx; will be nndcraold.
IVotice to Dealers.
W frmiiT three floors, etrictly fr Jobbine,
each HMx40 feet, which make this houae tho tar
"t iii the ritv, and we can show a larger variety
of (fo jds t the general trade than any other house
in ttcp State, and at the prevent time We will sell
mu;h uiuicr Eastern prices, tu which the atten
tion. ,f tho tradu is iuvitel.
L R SHERWOOD,
CLlvjiTLAM), OHIO.
'THE KING OF PIANOS!"
The Bradbury Superior chic
P1AMO-PORTB
.
THE MOST POPULAR PiAnu irt ini . -
SOLD WHOLESALE
GREAT WESTEUX ROOMS, 197
... ...... ., .in vl.iil l:V llw World-. FaToriti" I'umpnaer nil
Manaf.rt.ir.-d in N.-w Y..rk hj Prof. M. B BKAI ' - " ' , rh.no. .11
,l.l..r of Mil"-, !'" " "'j'O II"- " n-puli.li.-li ol ui..K-."S
('..a
i-ua.il.-mt, on Ih
ronli.i--.il.
- . B We have a KM-KV, w. ll-liirl..-i..-J
IK- nra.ii.nry ri.t..o. n .
and r, lial.l. ...ak. r. ; all ......titillii.a ll.eme couiol.
M'l'all ami them More .iir. iiaan.s-
-pl:R-.
V '
- .. ... -v . r .nllMTBV t
AXD IIKTA1L BY
Ontario Street, Cleveland, 0.
.1 .xclusiv.-ly to a full artii oj
""-"',,,, vjr.t of fiaii.n from other Ko
.-tv t.r ri;.iioa Irom o.m-. a -Piamrt
to be found in Ihe W cat.
r. ........ ol ri..e
u- a.-,or.i... "I n
J. R. SHIPHERD & CO.,
227 suer.Kioi: snsr.i:r,
Havi..C enlaw-l their Stor.. with a vie- to ronnw-t
rts leave to iulorm tlo .r oM i.atrou au.l .he l -
LARGEST AND MOST CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
EVER BEFORE BROUGHT TO THIS
We would call e-in;cial attention to our lar?e
Stock of Velvets & Bibbons,
Which we hare jnst received from Aucti.-n. A full t,K k vt
TRIMMER WORK, URESS CAPS, FLOWERS AM) 0RAMETS
fOXSTANTI.V
S.lic ilinn Ihe favor of an early call, we have no
value our toek in u..i-..ill-'l-
,u. y are mw re,v,..g Ihe
nl - l.. ... f '.-".
T
MARKET.
ON HND.
Imitution iaaaaiirinitonr friends that for Style and
ael14:Ke
of
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT!
$5,000 Worth of Artieles ti be Distribateil !
5 Splendid Pianos, worth $."500 each,
tt Beautiful Ueed Organs.
2 SinerN Best Setvinsf jIachiiies.
2 AVheeler .V WilsonN illachines.
1 Pair Bronze Parlor Ornaments,
TUXI D
i. ivv OTHER VAI.I"
11KS1DKS
Extra Indiie ements The Best Catalogue Ever Oirered to the Public
r.T., (or rhri-tmiii
.til of Pee.-llll. r,
On the -i.
loot, at Mie ';'" ' " ,,;;, ,.,.. ., i,il and apiiropriale U R 1HT Vf AH GIFT.
';'., i' 'I""' ' Hh mZ Fu her,: Fricea, as her'-.'ofore, and a liilt varying, in value from -Of. rent
All Bui.la will la-i i t' I at rut. . ,,lju ,o which, 1 ,h:M iue to each pnr-
toSIMi i.r. nted to the 1, r. ;';'util , ,, prcl,a.sl. and on ,ree,,tM... of thia cer-chasc-rat
lhet....eof-ul-,c . ili i.il, on the ith of itomlrr,
tili. ate, pmoerly en.lor- -d .... I o .k h, t l ,-hri,.n.a, Box, eontaininu . Gift
lK,.0,or with... " v, .ic Hox ,lu-v can aalect for then,-. Ivca.
fUI 1- ;io.ln u n, ,li lv, whirl, give yon a full lt of Book, and all particular..
inn r.. i i
AT 9-MO.
ABLE AMI rEFl'L ARTICLES.
1'av) 1 fhall present to every one who haa pnrchaaeil
DANIEL LINCOLN,
LECAL NOTICES.
rru CDL'niDII'k' J. PREMISS. Ol.rk
I .,t H... i-oiirt of l oiiwiion Fl. as, within and for
.. ..f J-...-. li.i.r. Mil. I
Of Hi!
ft is
M-deri-d that the Court, of the Fourth
u.lici'.l
l)i-trirt of the State of Ohio, li.r
he year la-.i.
commence and lie held an follows :
FIRST Sl'BUIVISION.
Is the Ci ntt or Futt-Ki-TSl. r CoruT.
Ou Moiiday the MA day of April.
t'OMHOS PLrAf.
On Monday the 5th .lav of F.l.rnary.
Ou Monday the Hth L.y of May.
On Jlon.Liy tlie lt day of OctidK-r.
In Till CorXTr or Hlbox Dktxict Coi t.
On Monday the Hh ilay of April.
Coi Pl.r..iK.
On Monday the 2lh day of Kelirnary.
On TnraiUy the 12th day or June.
On Monday the lith ik.y of Nov.-n.her.
In the Coi-xtv or Le v DlsiauT Cocet.
On Mon;hiy tuo li'.th day or April.
Coxnox Pleas.
On Monday the l!'th day of F. l.rnary.
On Monday the Jl't day or May.
Ou Mouday thc I'dh day of IMidirr.
In the Coi ntv nr SAXoi -iav I'i-tbiit CornT.
Ou Friday the flU. .lay of April.
fY.xiioN Pi r .va.
Ou Monday the oth day of Fehrnary.
On Mou-lay the Vlh day of May.
Oil Monday the 1st day of OrtolaT.
In the Cunty of Ott.ia Phtrict Coit.
Ou Thursday the i lh day of April.
Common Pleas.
On Tuesnay theioth day of March.
On Tu.-.tay the oil. day of Julie.
OU Tuesday the "loth day of llctol:-r.
SECOSP SI BIHTISIOS.
In the C-h ntv or Lorain In. tan T Coi bt.
Oil Monday the -'Till day of Au m-t.
Cojiiion Pleas.
Ou Tuesday the iTth .lay of F. hruary.
on Tnes.iay llo- tl. day of .May.
Ou TuL-siuiy the 1 III. day of Nov.-nil.er.
IS THE Uol'STY or llElllKA DlSTBir-T Couet.
Ou Weduesiluy the th day of August.
Common Pleas.
On Tn- s.lay the Jl"lh day ..r F.-l.. u .ry.
Ou Tues.Liy Ihe -d tlav of May.
Ou Tuesday the iolh day ol OttoU r.
1.1 THE Col NTV or Sl llMIT IIHTICICT Coi ET.
Ou Friday the :tlst day of August.
Common Pleas.
Ou Tuesilav the .loth day of J inuar.
Ou I'll,-. lav the 1-1 day of May.
On Tuesday-the lull day of o.rolvr.
THIRD Si lllilVISIi.N.
In the Colnty or Cl-yahooa Iii-tbu-t CorET.
Ou Thursday the Mb day of Septi-mb. r:
Common Pleas.
On Monday the l.ith day of F. liruary.
Ou Mouday the 14tli day .if .May.
On Monday the Uth .lay of Noveuilier.
Witness Ihe official siennlur.s. of all the Jn.U'ea
of au.d Fou'i ih Judicial I'isii let. at the Ci.uiiiioii
Pleas Clerk's Orhce, in the City of Cleveland, in
said CuyahoKa Connty, thu ilst day of Sept. uib.T.
A. 1). lio :
JOHN FITCH,
. t.i vi. in;.
I U COFFINBKr.HT. I Ji.di-i
HOB.VCK FIH.I'I-:. afon-said.
TIIOMAM H.iLToV,
KT,:vi-'.'sli ni'KKE
THE STATE OF OHIO, I, Frederick . I. Pren-
CrYAHOOA Col-NTT M J lis. I I.-I K ol .lie L-oiir,
ofCouiuiou Pleas of said CountV, do li.-r.-hy certify
the force... I.f to be a true copy ol Hie original "r
.L.e .... . rtle in uiv oftic.-. nxini: the lime lor
h.ddiuir the I'olirts ol L'onmion PieiLs and iistn. t
Court in the. several connt.es of ebe FoMrlh Judi
cial llislrict of the State ol Ohio, U'T the year lsoti.
In lestiuHrtiv wh.-r.-ol, l hereunto sn.-riw
... ..... -...1 ..f .41.1 .'
, ui 1 uauie .no niii - - --,
.Kievelaud, the. i7lh day of September, A.
1)., 1..
FBKI.ERICK J. PREST1SS, Clerk.
aepi!l:-.i.i Bv B. S. . ouswn.i.. .'.-piny i.-ia.
IRON AND NAILS.
IROX AXD XA1LS.
CLETELAXD CllOWX & CO,
os. 29 and 31 Mem in Street,
PEXTOS'S BLOCK.
H. O. CLEVKL.LNU,
BOWS, W-VNrtt CO.
Yountowu, 0.
Cleveland O.
Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers in
Bar, Boiler, Hoop and Sheet Iron
NAILS. CI T AND WBoriSIlT. SPIKES,
HOT 1X0 COLD PRESSED NUTS UNO WASHE'S,
C ast ami Sprins; Steel, Mass, Ac.
Iron Dialers, Railroad and M. iui.it C..iuiiiiies,
Ship and Bridge Bn. liters, n.M-h. . lists ami .Mauii
faiturera, who ilenire a quality of Iron that will
a-ive entire salisfjo'tiou, are res.s-lfully riiiiesleil
to favor ua with their orilers, which shall always
rnniuiaml our pronipi anu rar-i. ain-uiioii.
Iter to Busiueas Men and eaiiEers generally,
ilec'.-.: K l ;
IKON AXD NAIL WAREIIOISES.
Ni. 61, (1, C.-. a 07 I CLF.V E LAND, ( Nos. ,V..V7t
Kiver Street. ) OHIO. -iejt
MORRISON FOSTER,
Wholesale Aucncy for the sale of
Shoenbereer's Juniata Sails,
II, ,L. Horseshoes. Shia-nls TSTer'a Common
and Juniata Sheet Iron, Shoeiihin'-r K. G. Shei-t
made from Juniata iron, i-..,-,.o.-.!s.-, ............
Boiler Plate, Juniata Nuta, Ouiiare anil H. ...
Also Bar Iron, YVin.low Olass, Eura B Tea
Grindstones. Ac, at Manufacturers- prices, f. bli
DYEINC.
FREDERICK CIRIAX,
a---h and Fancv u.eam Dve Works and Cleaning
Establishment, Belvidere Farm, East Cleveland,
and 'Mi Seneca street.
OrncK -104 Seneca street. Clerelana.
I mean to make this the BEST IVE-lHr?E IX
THE W EST, and fhall apare no effort togiTeeatia-
'action. .
1 call tha ereifll attention of tienTlem?n vo .ur
IMPROVED FRENCH STYLE
Of Cleanining or Re-dying of made-up Garment..
mW7
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOXS.
" ALL THE LATE
SUNDAY SCHOOL
PUBLICATIONS
JUST RECEIVED BT
COBD, ANDREWS & 0.,
241 SUPERIOR STREET.
SID1V SCHOOL BOOKS,
Henry Hojt, Boston, Massaebnsetts,
American S. S. Inlon, Phlla.,
American Tract Society, Xew York,
Bobert Carter Sons, Xew Tork,
Carlton & Porter, Xew York.
T. Xelson A Sons, London,
Always on hand and for sale at PubLisher.' prices.
COBB, ANDREWS & CO.,
sep.-i -J4I SI'PKRfQR STBEPT
HOOP SKIRTS.
KEaUOVUi IVOTICE
KAUFMAN & BRO.
RerKctfuy call the attention of their rnstomera
and the putdic generally, to the fact that they hav
reuioei irom No. 15 jVublic Siire, to thair Laro
and commtHiions
E'oop Skirt Manufactory,
250 SITERIOR STREET,
UP STAIRS.
No rnn nee tion with any other place in the city.
We uiiw work on better a-lvantaffpi low rents, not
tiue-IMarter tin rents that others have to ,ay. No-protit-
to maiinfaetnrerM. Al! thene inducements
we ote-r tit uui enntomers, whether
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
We can assure bargains in every style and shape.
We make the
Real r'eeiirh Style of Corsets and the
Latest Style of Skirls.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
r,o sm iMou street, ip stairs.
rT"Ol d.Ts lilleil at short notice.
aiiKHi KAIFMAN t BRO.
Go Bay Your
HOOP SKIRTS!
AND
CORSETS!
AT THE MANUFACTORY OF
JACOB FBAIVK,
Via Superior St., nnder the American,
And -ave a S.H-..nl Pront. jvIT
PROCLAMATION.
lK0l I.AMIT10X. I, FEi.it Nicola,
L Mi-ritt ol t'nvahoifa t'onnty, Ohio, do hereby
notify the ualin.-d hft..rs tt r"..i.l County, tht
Tueliy, the ith day of HctoU-r, A. i. lA, is
the djy KTMH.itited hv law f..r holdine the General
Klectiou iu the State of Ohio, at which time tlwy
will at-mlle nt their several place ofholrtiuii;
tltctii'ii.H in th.-ir iV':pct-tive town-lup anil wanls,
and procai'd, hv lulh-t, to vi.le fr the followiuij;
t,U- ami County OtHcer, tonir:
One (iov.Tiior, One Li. ut-n tut Gvmior, Two
Jn.l-;es of the Supreme Cuiirt. One State Treasurer,
One Attoriirr 4n.iu-r). One Sehmd 1'omniiiMioner,
ne Clerk .flhe Snnnme Court, One Member of
th - Board ..f Puldie Vv-irk".
One S nator, 1'hree R.-presrnt.itives, One Connty
Tre-inrer. One Pntet-utiuir Attorney, Orr County
Cimmi''ii'nr. One (!nron r.
(iiv. n nnder hit hand, at thf Court Hone, in th
eity of I 'l, veland, this i''th day of September, A.
U. -:
nep. -4 FKLIX NICOL A. Pheriff.
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