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On hill and fleld October's glories fade:
O'er hill and field the blackbirds southward fly ;
The brown waves niHitu uown ine forest glacte,
Where naked bram bea make a fitful shade,
Aud the iaat blooms of autumn withered He.
The berries on the hedgerow ripen well
Holly aud cedar, burning hush and briar ;
The partridge drums in some half-hidden dell,
Where all the gronud is gemmed with leaves that
Last storm from the tall maple's crown of fire.
The chirp of crickets and the hum of bees
Come laimly up from marsh and meadow land,
Where reeds aud rushes whisper in the breeze,
And sunbeams slant between the moss grown trees,
Green on the grass, aud golden on the saud.
For many a tree whose tangled boughs are hare.
Lean the rich clusters of the clambering vine;
October's mellow hares dim the air
Along the upland and the valley, whore
The distant steeples of tho village shine.
1.iwn the hrook the dead leaves whirling go;
Above the brook the scarlet sumachs bum ;
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FROM NEW YORK.
FROM NEW YORK. American Institute Fair-Railway
[From an Occasional Correspondent.]
NEW YORK, Sept. 28, 1865.
FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE.
- I paid 11 visit to this venerable arrange
ment yesterday, and was highly delighted
and amply repaid for my expenditure of
sixty-five cents, fifty for admission and
fifteen for a catalogue ; this liTst by the
way, being an useless disbursement, as
every article bears a plain and prominent
label. I ought to say that I call the In
stitute venerable because I well remember
the occurrence of its fifteenth anniversary
many years ago, when I was a boy and
I am no chicken now. The Fair in held
in the Armory or Drill room of the aomc
thingth Regiment on Fourteenth street,
just where our great Sanitary Fail1 was
located two years ago, only it is confined
to the brick building, while the great Fair
was exteudud, by out-buildings, to a much
greater extent. On entering, we find
'machinery, machinery everywhere, but
nary drop to drink," which is to say, that
the buzzing, or poetically speaking "the
sound of busy labor I love, etsettery" is
predominant, and that the thirsty soul has
to go outside (no checks given) to the
Woodlawn, or the Gem, or the Bijou, if
he wants anything more potent than soda
water. But one is content with any
amount of buzzing aud whirring when
conscious of the absence of the stereotyped
grali-bag aud the post-oitice, (no allusion
intendi-d) and the "please, sir, won t j-ou
take a ticket in this pincushion," of the
Church Fairs of the present day. Then
the old ''bach" (thank Heavenam notone)
is uiieresieu 111 me siarmng announce
ment that such a thing exists as "buttons
sewn 011 without needle or thread'' and he
indulges in visions of liberty (give) me
liberty r give nie death, and, confound
these follows, they never will know what
true happiness is, until they undergo tho
charming sensation of being unconscions
ly led by the nose so usual in the more
elevated sphere of matrimony.) By the
way, my ideas of exactly hmo buttons are
thus aewri on is somewhat crude, because
the whole operation was performed by a
pair of nice, round white hands, to which
were attached nimble lingers and well de
veloped arms, and though I said I under
stood perfectly, yet I cannot take my reg
ular Bible oath on. it. Dear me, what will
my wife say if she reads this, and so I
hope that the occasionally unavoidable
miscarriage of the mail may occur while
conveying eastward the copy of the Lead
er containing the print of this scrawl.
Then the sewing machines and the candy
girls but I must stop or I shall have no
sleep for a month, because Madame re
quires implicit devotion. "Love me all
in all or not at all'' as Wellington said
just before the battle of Solferino, and
she has chosen the same as her motto.
Suffice to say, while concluding this sub
ject, that there was so much charming and
interesting at the Fair that I did not reach
homo until long after the hour for the
usual evening meal was met with a dig
nified frigidity and suffered during the
"watches of the night'' as Barry Gray
says, just because the Fair of the
American Institute was unusually inter
esting, and because in my capacity of pub
lic chronicler I visited it alone, and be
cause my watch ran down, which I think
was one of the excuses I gave, and which
assertion was received with the most in
credulously sarcastic laughter and sneers.
The epidemio of railwav accidonts aeems
to have passed for the present, but I heard
of an incident that occurred it few days
since on the Hudson River road which
shows bow hardened wo have all become
on this subject. Time five in the after
noon train full of ladies and children re
turning home after a day in the city sud
den application of brakes and stoppage 111
a lovely spot far away from any station
passengers get out to ask what's the row
no information given by either gentleman
ly conductor or intelligent engineer two
analile brakemen soon seen going to rear
express train soon due nary red flags on
truck affable brakeman soon seen return
ing, triumphantly bearing a spring which
it appears had dropped hoi us bolus out of
the locoiuotivc--specdy replacement of
spring on they go noliody hurt and con
sequently all right. Passengers laugh
amiably as the train move on gentle
manly conductor beams patronizingly as
he passes through the train, and intelligent
engineer rushes onward as complacently as
any man can do who attends thoroiurhfv to
his duty and regularly sees that all is snug
ana tignt tor nis journey, a good enough
bridge is it that carries tee over safely, and
why should tho sprit of mortal be proud,
or words to that effect. Not long since
some poor wretch fell off or was thrown
oft' a Hudson River train, and when, the
fact was reported to the conductor he seem
ed perfectly indifferent and evidently
thought that this poor fellow who fell with
groans and in themidst of a cloud of dust,
snooting forward on qis hands and face,
was served right, had no business to get
upon 4 railway train if he couldn't hold
The weather hore is something like a
slighted wife, ("still harping ouniy daugh
er.' ) very chilly. The city never was
more gnv, as everybody has returned from
the watering places and tho diurnal dis
play ot equipages on Central j"ark is per
fectly stunning. Gay colors are all the
rage' at present, in everything, and the
ladies dress .so rococo (or words of a simi
lar import) and in such bright colors, that
we cannot te-l) which are the good ones and
which Perditas. It this thing goes on we
will have to adopt the Persian rule, that
no young lady can feel ofl'onded if address
ed even in broad daylight, unless she is ac
companied by a gentleman. Round top
ped oval bats, exactly simihar to those of
the gentlemen, and beaming rod bands and
blue reamers, are in tne most elevated style,
and to be without a white jacket trimmed
with red is, for a lndy,Jto be entirely with
out the pule of fa-shiou. The fall style of
bonnet is called the Empire, and is said to
be very htige. The Empire will not be
the peace (L' Empire c'e-st 1 M1), when
the billB ftir this fancy article of dress
comes into my hospitable mansion, and if
I don't have a few extra hugs on that oc
casion, it will 1 because, with the bright
experience pf an. old married man, J uia
not versed in tne intricacies ot feminine
nature, and do uot understand my vantage
ground. ' I say it, who should not sav it.
Prepare for Much Snow.
Our oldest people, says the Toledo
Record, who have carefully noted the "signs
of the times," say that we will have an
unusual '. onantitv of snow this winter.
They say that much rain during the sum
mer is always followed by heavy fulls of
snow in .the winter, and claim that the
character of the summer is always sure
index to the character of the winter in this
resjiect. Our last wet summer was jn 1855
ten years ago and it will be recollected
that the winter of'55-'5G afforded more
fine sleighing than any winter since.
The statement of the Catholic Bishop of
Toronto, that "the young men are leaving
the country, (Canada. 1 in all directions,''
is not quite correct. They are leaving the
country almost exclusively in . one direc
tionthe Unit(i Sttt,
HALL'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION.
Three Survivors of Sir John Franklin's
Mr. Henry Grinnell had received the
following letter from Captain Hall, addressed
to Captain Chapel, and brought by
way of New London :
Wintkb Qfirtek in Igloo,
FainAV, Ier,-nilwr in, ls4,
West-Wook Wkst eso Rows' Wei-tomr,
Lit. t.S K., Long. 87. al V.
'Dear friend Chapel: In this letter I
have tome deeply interesting intelligence
to communicate to you. Since falling in
with the natives I have not been idle.
Nothing in Parry'a narrative of second
Toyage for the discovery of northwest pas
sage relating to the Esquimaux of "Winter
Island and Igloolik, but these natives are
perfectly posted up. Indeed, I find through
mj superior interpreter, Too-koo-li-too,
that many deeply interesting incidents oc
curred at both named places Hint never
found their way into Parry's or Lyon's
works. But the great work already done
by nie is gaining little by little of these
natives through Too-koo-li-too and E-bier-bing
relating to Sir John Frankliu's ex
pedition. This you know was the great
object of my mission to the North. I can
not stop to tell yon now all I have gained
of this people no, not the one hundredth
part most of it relating to Franklin's ex
pedition. "The natives are now loading sledge
it is 7 30 o'clocka. 111.
"I wilj give you briefly what the peoplo
of England and America will be most in
terested to learn. When I come down I
shall bring my despatches and journals up
to the time of writing you. These will be
committed to- your care for transmitting
to the States. The most important mat
ter that I have acquired relates to the fact
that there may be three survivors of Sir
John Franklin's cxiedition, and one of
these Crozier, tho one who succeeded Sir
John FTflnkttn tm-liin Jmih. Tim Ui.uiiia
are deeply interesting, but this must suffice
till I come down: Lrozier and three men
with him were found bv a cousin of Ou-e-la
(Albert), Shoo-she-ark-nuhi (John), and
Ar-too-a (Frank), while moving on the
ice from one igloo to another, this cousin
having with him bis family, and engaged
in sealing. This occurred near Neitcliille
(Boothia Felix Peninsula). Crozier was
nothing but skin and bones' was nearlv
starved to death, while the three men with
him wore fat. The cousin soon learned
that the three fat men had been living on
human flesh on the flesh of their compan
ions, who all deserted the two ships that
wore fast in the mountains of ice, while
Crozier was tho Only man that would not
eat human flesh, and for this reason he
was almost dead from starvation.
This cousin, who has two names (but I
cannot stop to give them now), took Cro
zier and the three men at once in t-liurgc.
He soon caught a seal, and gave Crozier
quickly a little a very little piece, which
was raw only one moutntiil the nrst day.
The cousin did not cive the three fat men
anything, for the' could well get along,
till Crozier's life was safe. The next day
the cousin gave Crozier a little larger piece
of same seal. By the judicious care of
this cousin for Crozier, his life was saved.
Indeed, Crozier s own judgment stuck to
him in this terrible situation, for he agreed
with the cousin that one little bit was all
he should have the first dav. When the
cousin first saw Crozier's face, it looked so
bad his eves all sunk in, the face so skel
eton-like and haggard, that he (thecousin)
did not dare to look upon Crozier's face
for several da vs after: it made him (the
cousin feel so bad! This noble cousin.
whom the, whole civilized world will re
member for humanity, took care of Cro
zier and his throe men, saveonc, who died,
through the whole winter. One man, how
ever, died a short time after the cousin
found them, not because he was
starved, but because he was sick
In the spring Crozier and the remainim;
two men accompanied this cousin on
the Boothia relix Peninsula to iNeiichille,
where there were manv Innuits. Crozier
and each of his men bad guns and a plenty
of ammunition, and many pretty things.
They killed a great many ducks, nowyers,
etc., with their guns. Here they iivcu
with the Innuits at Neitchille, and Crozier
became fat and of good health. Crozier
told this cousin that he wasonoe at Innoil
lc (Repulse Bay), nt Winter Ishnid and
Ieloolik many years before, and that at
tho two last naiiiad places he saw many
Innuits, and got acquainted with them.
This cousin had heard of Parrv, Lvon and
Crozier, and of his tniUUt friends at Re
pulse Bay, sorao yea" previous, and there
tore when Crozier gave him hi; name he
recollected it. The cousin saw Crazier one
year before he found him. and the three
men, where the two ships were in the ice.
It was there that the cousin found out that
Crozier had been to Igloolik.
"Crozier and the two men lived with
the Neitchillo Innuits some timo. The
Innuits liked him (C.) very much, and
treated him always very " kindly. At
length Crozier, with his two men and one
Innuit, who took along a ki-ak (?) an
India rubber boat, as E-Uier-bing thinks it
was, for all along the ribs there was
something that could ho filled with
air, left Neitchillo to try to go to the
Kob-lu-nas country, taking a south course.
"When Ou-e-la (Albert) and his broth
ers, in 1854, saw this cousin that had been
so good to Crozier and his men at Pully
Bay (which is not far from Neitchille")
the a cousin had not heard whether
Crozier and the two men and Neitchille In
nuit had ever come back or int. The Innuits
never think they are dead do not be
lieve thpy are. Crozier offend to give his
gun to the cousin for saving his life, but
the cousin would not accept it, for he was
afraid it would kill him (the cousin), it
made such a great noise, and killed every
thing with nothing. Then Crozier gave
him (the cousin ) a long, curious knife
(sword, as E-bier-bing and Too-koo-li-too
say it was), and gave him many pretty
things besides. The dogs are all in har
ness, and sledges loaded and Innuiti wait
ing for my letters. I promise t be readv
in thirty minutes. Crozier told the cous
in of a fight with a. band of Indians not
Innuits but Judians. This mut have oc
curred, near the entrance of Groat Fi.-h or
Back's River. More of this when I see
E. F. HALL.
General Sherman on Copperheads.
The following is an extract from a letter
written by Major General Sherman to Ex
Governor Tod. It is dated "In Camp be
fore Vicksburg, March 12th, 1863." The
business part of it urges the filling up of
Ohio regiments then in tho field, in ordi
that the armed rebels might be crushed
speedily, and the soldier very naturally
turned his attention to another class of
rebels the Copperheads of the North:
Since the first hostile shot the people of
the North have had no option. They
must conquer or be conouered. There
can be no middle course. I have never
boon concerned about these Copperhead
ganoiings. ine oomn, spurns and de
spises this class worse than wo do, and
would only accept their overtures to sub
stitute them or their lives in the cotton
and corn field fox the slaves who have
escaped. do not protend, nor have I ever
Eretendeoi, to foresee the end of all this,
ut I do know that we are far from the
end of war, but I repeat that it is no lon
ger an open question, we must fight it out.
The moment we relax, down go all our
conquests thus far. I know my views on
this point have ever been regarded as ex
treme, even verging on to insanity, but for
years I had associated "with Bragg, Beau
regard and extreme Southern men, and
long bo fore others could realize the fact
that Americans would raise their hands
against our consecrated Government, I
was forced to know it and witness it- Two
yaare will not have been, spent in vain, if
the North will Hw-, by another magnifi
cent upheaving of the real people, again
fill the ranks of your proved and tried
regiments, and. assure them that, through
good report and evil report, you will stand
by them. I If Ohio will do this, and if the
great xsonu will do this, then WU1 our
army feel that it has a country and a Gov
ernment worth dying tor.
As to the poltroons who falter and cry
quits, let them dig and raise the food the
army needs, but they should never claim
a voice m the councils of the nation.
With sentiments of great respect,
am, yonrs truly,
W. T. SHERMAN, Maj. Gen.
A meeting to denounce Sunday trains
was held in idmburgh, Scotland, presided
over byj.a baronet who regularly every
Sunday drives into town from his seat,
some live pr six miles off, in s can-We and
pair, with, coa.chman, footmim 0 ftt
Three Domestic Dialogues.
Friends in Council.
Tom Lothbury (to Jack Billiter, who
has "come in" to a nice little estate in Sur
ry, whereunto he intends retiring and rus
ticating.) "You'll keep cows I e pose, and
all that sort of thing?"
Jack "Oh, noj can't bear milk I"
Tom (who has a taste for the rural.)
"Cocks and hens, then ?"
Jack. "No; hate eggs and pudding
and all that P
Tom "Nor vet sheep ?"
Jack. Eh, o'h I Oh, yes ; 1 11 have a
sheep. I'm verv fond of kidneys for breakfast!'
Railway Official (very kindly.) "Nice
child that, Main. What age might it be?"
Delighted Jf anima. "Only three years
and two months."
Railway Official (sternly.) "Two
months over three. Then I shall require
a ticket for it, please."
Young but Artful.
Frank. "I say, Arthur, wish you'd go
and kiss my sister ! There she is."
Arthur. "All right what for?"
Frank. "Why, because, then I could
A Minister on his Muscle.
The particulars of a scrimmage between
a couple of persons, which occurred last
night, have reached us, and were it not for
the novel manner in which it was settled,
would scarcely be deemed worthy of men
tion. It took place on the hill in the
4th Ward ; the parties were members of
the same religious congregation, but a dif
ficulty existed, and it was decided to wipe
out the unpleasant affair by "force of
arms." Meeting last evening, they pitched
into ench other with a vengeance and
while thus wimnnvl a fripnrl ..f ltt. h
to be passing, immediately went
tor the pastor 01 tne cnurch to separate
the belligerents. The pastor responded
promptly to the call, went to the place,
lectured the parties and then left. Ho
had barely gone bevond view before "at it
they went" again, determined to settle the
affair with blows. Again the pastor was
called and approaching the excited per
sons, remonstrated with them upon their
conduct, when one of them "talked back"
in not the most respectful manner, when
the Clergyman with his cane administered
a thorough castigation to the rebellious
son of Adam.
This terminated the affair, the priest-
lunished individual slinking away to his
lome very- much humiliated. Toledo
The news of the barbarous and unjusti
fiable execution of ex-president Barrios, of
San Salvador, is still fresh in the reinem
berance of the public, when we hear of the
imprisonment of the ex-president, General
Castilla, of Peru, and of his transportation
to China, on board the clipper Flying
THE DISPLAY OP
Ladies' Xcw Style Cloaks,
HOWER & IIIGBEE'S,
To-Daj is Magnificent.
The Prhigii anl Maiiufjirttin of
The Lady's Clonk,
Is a Speciality of this House.
Surim-inir all romwtition in fnrilili for nn-
pU-9, tllO 1'liiHk Ih-ai:iii(-iit Will l b.-nt thrmiiri..
out the tt-ason, i-.ni:i,i.alkd in clevf.land for
Richness of Material fc Beauty of Style
Onkra rewived anil proniittly pxecntel, at
239 SUPERIOR ST.
Have jMt rcrcir.-il a full Stock of
FALL DRESS GOODS!
EEPIiESS (LOTUS, POPLINS,
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS.
AIn, a large Stucfc of
RICH S I L TK S !
With a full line- of
Wsol Shawls, Break fast Slawls, Cloths
Cassimeres, Prints, fleLaines,
and Domes (j(-s,
WITH ALL K.lxpg OF
DRY COOOs CHEAP.
230 Superior St., corner Seneca St,
41 II frf
Li I. BAl ilM IN L CO. HAVE 03 EX-
-LJ. hihitioil the lutwt wild innt tlt-j-HiiL a-sort-
Kvr ofTt-rftl in tliii market, comprising.
Irish and French Pliui, Silks,
hniirta Riot Its, K.-iw,
Mi riwiw Taitnii it. Han Plui.U,
Prti-ly auri Wool SiiawN, Br.iikftuit Shawl.
V,.Kft nnl 4M'i;tkiiii;, l..vuii Velv.-t, riottut,
HHHitii( rm ami Vi-n.iir.rs Lju-os, aiiil.jCtiibi-uwilrry,
(Jt'Mw W mitptTK mid ItniWi-rHj
HosicTT ami GIovca, .lourtckfvpiii;: Vm,.
R. I. liALIiWIS 9c Vo.
CHARTER OAK FIRE 1X3. CO.,
OF HARTFORD, COKX.
OROAXIZEII 181. CIIAKTEK. PERPETUAL.
J. C. WALK LEY, Fwl.
HAYDES llol liLAS, Gfn'l AceuU,
l:Vt 3uiui-ior ti-(vt, Ckf-vc-hinil.
BAariiti, aiiuointetl autl im.-wi imluromnnia nr.
STATE FIRE IVSIRAKE CO.
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Inveated iu or fully aecnr.-d liy nrat-claaa
Mortitaes, Bonds nd stocks.
E. P. Mnren w. W. Wright
R. P. Myere
Pr. T. T. eelyor '
Ilr. W. S. Htreator,
A. N. Batchel.ter,
J. P. Stanard,
a. O. (iriswold.
1. H. Vmlr rwood
J. B. Mv. i....
H. k li. . ....1.1'
E. P. MORflAS. President.
B. P. MYEKS, Vies. Prendent. " "
1. H. I'MIEHWOOU, Mecrotary..
J. B. M KKI A M, Treasnrer.
A. N. BATC11ELPEB, Ueueral Afrr.nt.
"Office in Rouse's Block, corner of Su perior at',
and Public S.iiare, t.'leyelnd, tihio. oiyl-K4
W. H. ErX.VF.Ul, J. A. MA XCHE3TEB.
RIINXELLS & MANCHESTER,
(Successors to Judd A E us wort h.)
INSURANCE ACT NTS.
211 I'PEKIOR ST., CLEVELAND.
Represent the following well know a snd twin nUr
Ins. Co. of North AmericA, l,7"iOt0O.
New England ftMAjNin Allntuy jitr 8,000
Lamar 4v,r) Putna A ji:sii..tti
Uope lWt.iiiJO I Westcj-u MaMw SfU.iKW
Inland navigation risks on Rfl and Cargaen.
Bzffhoatea adiuated aud itroiuntl Mill at thi
"flice. ah 1-1
SIN FIRE INSURANCE. COMPANY,
OFFICE 178 SrPERWil STREET.
Stillman Witt, James Mason,
E. I. Baldwin, u. M. Cliapin,
Jno. F. Warner, o. Worthingtoll.
Henry Harvey, O. A. Br.uka,
W. B. Cuyles.
STILLMAK WITT, PresMent.
H. M. CIIAPIN, Vioe President.
E. C. RIU SE, Secretary. mliWRS.
L D. HUDSON,
General Fire, Marine & Ins. A(jt.
OIBcr, Oviatt'i Eichanjre, foot Superior Street,
KEFSRSENTS THE FOLLOWING COM PAXIF.. : .
Buckeye Mntnal Ins. Co., Cleveland, Assets.
Ohio, ( Fire and Marine) 2la,143
Market Fire " " 414,72
Kulton Fire " 2;4,Ml
Norwich Fire In., Co., Norwich, Colin., 4-25.244
SorthWestern " Oswego, N. V., 24(l,TTfj
New York Life " New York .. 3,tti8,7f &
rnoenix aiarmo ins. t;o. 01 urooKivn n.
Y., cash cap tal .l.fW.'OOO
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Pa id.
Partictilar attention given to the adjostaMf jx of
jn urine iioa.es. is. v. n L i.x.
Agent and Adjua ter.
Jlarim Irnoector v.-!.
Ctjrt, C. A. OaBDsra,
E. I. BALDWIN & 0
FALL & WINTER'
U"e shall offer on Monday, Sept.Mth
an enormous stock of
AVTVUS DRESS GOODS,
Comprising tincntu-fivr, hundred pieces of
the ciioice.it designs and nwst superior
The prices are marked on the basis of
value two months since, alihough tlieg
would now cost from ten to twenty per cent,
E. I. BALD HXV $ CO.
E. J. BALDWJX $ CO.
Inrite sjterial attention to the
SUPERB OHEXE ASTiqCE,
SATIN STRIPED ANTIQUES,
MAGNIFICENT MOIRE ANTIQUES,
RICH LYON BAYADERE,
EXTRA FINE OROS-DUSUEZ,
PLAIN AND FANCY DROOUET,
Also. EVENING DRESS SILKS.
Elegant Fancy Styles, Plain colors in
Assortment, Maize, Rose, Scarlet, White,
Lavender, Manre, Pink, Lemon, Magenta,
Pace, Green, Gray, Silver Drabs, Silver
Greys, Bayadere and Chrne White.
Also, BLACK CRYSTAL A NNURE,
Black Gros de Afr 'tqne, Black Gras Grain,
Black Tajf'afa and Ripped, Black Cotclle
Francois, Black-Gros de Rhinrs.
Also, FANCY DRESS SILKS.
Stripped, Plaid, Client, Bayadere, Drogue!,
Brocade, D-rannet, Seed, Changablc.
Also, MOURNING DRESS SILKS.
Checks, Stripe, Plahls, Brocade, Droguet,
txros Ajrirjuc, rnuiara, mata ami uirtn a.
Also, BLACK DRESS SATINS,
T theShawl Di'nnrtment attention is in
vited, as we oiler abMit twelve hundred
Wool Shawls. Paialru Scotch and American
Real Paislru miff French Cashmere, and
many othars. For sale by the package or
at retaiL E. I. BALD H7J $ CU.
X. I. BALDWIN $ CO.
Will open on Mouthy, September 18M,
complrfe stock of
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES,
Novelties iu Linen mid Point Gaze, Linen
and Valencienne, Linen Cambric, andljawn
Embroidered. Lace Edmnm, Lace liana-
kerchiefs. Cambric Trimminas, Real
French Bands, exauisitc patients, Black
Guipore and Thread Trimmings.
Our Woolen Depat -tment will be eam
n!rted on Mondan. .-ptember ISiA, after
which we shall offer tin enormous sitick rf
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, BEA YERS
LADIES' CLOA KINGS,
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS,
. FANCY FXANNELS.
These aoatls mail be obtained in the Job-
bivq Department and also tit retail.
E. I. JlALD WIN J( CO.
ONE THOUSAND DOZEN FALL AND
icill be on sale Monday, September 18 h
iiieliidina all aualitiejt im IfW and Mn-aio.
Aim two hundred dnzen Boys and Misses
E. I. BALD WIN $ CO.
Will mate the opening of .
FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS
On Wednesday, September 21th, when will
be exhibited the Choicest Styles and Larg
est Variety ever offered in this city.
Basquincs, Sucques, Arabians, Circles, and
We shall also open
WOOL CLOAKINGS, ; 4 ;
I'ei,.. ruhUnms. Patelxt
Kl, ;if.se,.ui. v.-r.trJ Heaver am'
CLOAK 0 RNAMENTS,
Of Elaborate Designs.
eg? H' xmll Manufacture to order
.i j ... j -
snot i "or-g.
E. I. Pi.il.blX $ co: .
OJ 'er to the Trader
2"00 Pieces . Fall Dress Go,xh
12110 Pieces Wool Blankets,
1500 Pieces Wool Flannels,
2000 Doz. V Tinter Hosiery,
500 Doz. I Vrappe.es and Drawers,
20 Case Autumn Balnwralz,
500 Doz. 1 Vnbias, Moods and Shawls,
with a complete Stock in all Departments,
and a good line
J. II. DeWITT & CO.,
ARE KOW OPEXIKG THE1B
FAIL AD WESTER STOCK
MEN AND BOYS' FINE
CrotuU mmli1 pxprrsly for th.-ir tra.V, that will
be found tnllT pml in niaifTial, kivI hikI worie
nmriliii to tin- mvt CiiHtiwi Work. The viiri- ly U
,rffpt and romitriM all tne uvchh 01 im- -.-u,
amnug w hich are
Beaver, Tricot, (loth & Cassimere
Sack and Walkina; Coats,
BLACK FROCK COATS,
Black A- Fanej Cassimere Pants t Tests
ELEGANT BLACK ASD F.ASCT
SILK AD VELVET VESTS,
BEAVER, CHINCHILLA AND tLOTH
THE STOCK OF
I. vi-rv niii.-li .liferent. All ', frum tliro to
twenty y.-arn old, can In- littitl iu the taut .tj li-.
THE (LOTH DEPARTMENT
Is thfl largost in tli- city, rnniprisins full line, of
French, Caston, Chinchilla and Tricot
French, English, Scotch and American
Hirer's, IiiMiy ami nil I ho
BLACK CLOTHS & BOESKIXS.
Elegant French Coating
t tf 1.11- 11,1 wravinir,
i:-U nr.. nrvuAl-t'il to nBiKni loorm r in
t ln.t oflvi. Ita vniif stmri.l ino
to U foil ml in Ni-w Y'trk fity.
mes's mmm& goods
BIEKINO, WOOL AXn WIK
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
GloTes, Handkerchiefs Xerk-Ties, Col
lars, Shirts, Hoslcrf.
GExrs sn.iw LS,
TUATETJXG B VCS, 4c.
Gray's riilent Molu'ed Collars,
TnE bfst ix rae.
J. H. DeWTTP & CO.,
1 and 11 Public Square.
Just Keceii cd.
tr !..- the nleavnrr- of announcing tlie lect-ipt
of an entirely new stock of
Elegant Cassimere foals,
SICKS, ENGLISH WUKIXfi W
NEW STYLES OF
Cassimere and Silk Mixed Suits.
IIEATTIFI'L STYLES OF
PAXTS mid .VESTS
Also, a Largo Assortment of
; CUN'SISTIXO OF
Fancy Ncla; Shirts,
rnder Clothes, Socks,
! suspenders, Neck Ties,
Brown and Write Linen.
Sliirts Collars Ac.
01R Sl'UCK OF
WILL BK SOM LESS T1I VX COST, to make
room for Kail and Winter 0";"l--mrC.ill
and examine our Stock.
! DVVIS, PEX0TT0 & CO.,
0K HALL CLOTHING -EMPORIUM.-jyl".
lorner aterau.l ms-rior atreelH
TisTRiCElVF.D AXD -NOW OS EXIII-
aj bition, a larpre stock of
i Bla-k l).)e-kili-.
Black Daliah and Brown P.roa.1 Clotli,
" Bl..rk aud Fancy Salinetts,
Bvorett Mills Poubl.'
aUd 1W1-.I 1 oiiona.e-1-,
Biack and Drab Halien-..
Silicias and Sat.-m PnlN,
W.n Canvas Drills.
Mcrd.ant Tailors, Comity Merchants and Wliole-
aale Buyer, (tenerally,
tafw tu examine mj L mx-
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
,.nl Per.--. i.l.lled fr.
whiA it uk
r. Beware of Counterfeits.
Ask far Phnlon'Tak no other.
Sold T emtw JODOTUJ-
- An jT ....
00 DOLLARS PBEMirM!
OR SPERMATTORKIKEA, GLEET,
AFTER ALL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
Formrlv of iw Yrk 'il. will pT "np ham! red
l:rs l.r intpriwr iui iiopviti:.!!" io r lire uif ioTe
nttm"! liiW9. He Will pnv tin- saitlc kuiu tor tilt
priMif th;itiiuy oilier IMiyit-iun iu the I'nttvil States
t rents tliefttine ili.ase with eUul mievesM.
Att.-rmHiiy yi'nrsi iniM.ri.tii- .simiy ami experwiic
Dr tiiltn irihMiV in beiue utile to hihkiiuk: to the
unfit. tiin;.u, tU.it lie ujm perfected m syntem of treat
ment ft r
TitK srEKi'i ajli rMiJiAAr..! r like
of tlie above, ami also all rontnsiom ili'vt-iea of the
lir.rixlii.'tiY. Ortrnus. with U UmI Htr.-iii arm us
tlierefruni, iiulmliiig (letier.il
DEBILITY t'K NERVOl S PROSTRATION.
neliasxiieceedetl infiirm cae in tins rity, dome of
wlmtii h;tt piM-mlet liuiiihc.l.-t ot ltl:u-4 with xelf- I
nlvh .i jiIivhk mn-, who piffles Ut tr-4it all private
Ilir.l:ili with Mieees, ami without receiving the
le;i.-t iwirtU'U 'if ln-iwtll.
Ilr l-iil.ti il.H-M not lHKl-it til it he U a meruhr-r of
rtomc t'oll.'ir in Lon.km or I'arin, a-t perUitpa me
ami who h"M out (rreat expedition, never to be
l ii-rsilo tor tlie purpose 01 ensn:triiiK wit- iuuiH:eni,
P-aiiZMl. nut what ur u niii.Mii imi;ii ,n a uu-, uiat
liei- ahle to jriveentire nat inaction to th'we win im
pose cinn! m-e in his anility ami integrity, ami that
hV has pt-rfeetH an Amenran system ot' treatment
whkhchall' iiirert any i'hysicutn of London or I'aris,
or any patent medic ine, to ifinil fur the radical enre
of wiiii i in i weakness, ami ail diseases 01 u-ramte-
nient. iMifli menial ami ! -.., tnu-, .a,
Pr tiioson ai-o naiiin a. ............. ....
following advantages over all oilier y.-i u.neoereu.
And. nrsi, me aem i.eu .-
aureeaHe: in ns. m rt'in-n u." -
Mercury or any other d. leterioin dm ; second I v,
m rest rirt ion in diet or hm-me- is required; third.
histre.ttment ii.po-.imv ami certain in all cases. lie
a ie is ptvpiired l t'o mm hh pin'in.- "i pm.iw
h.Kfirid in th- I hired St it'-s, and demonstrate the
immense ui'rioritv nf In m w I reutin.'iit uvit any
oilier now known in tie world, in point f prompt-ln-t?-',
pemiiineiivy, luilduess, 1. t aud convoim-uoe
to the pitieiit.
T)r I. ili-mii is permanently loratetl in fleveland.
andlias diinntz the iwt tire yen rs perlonued m.inv
rnreti of di-H-artf-s whioli had lor years restated all
Bot-ton New York ami other t-ities, in res.ird to -.kdl
and iiite-ritv in all prol.-sional tran-at u-ms. lv
pepia Jlheiimaln-ni, S- rolula, all .Iitses or the
I rilKirv liraans. ami all Chronic iMseaaen treat.- I
with -iiipi'rior siK-eess. m
JdyMedieines sent to any part of the country, on
"lirI.dniiu' new9worlt on Physiolojry for wile at
his office. n rin6nv
IF ft ti i u . ,
pRorTKFSOR OF Fa.CTOPATHT AND MEPttN.
Qfp.ce llO.cneea Street, few dixin from Superior,
np st iirs, opposite City Hotel
timeehoiirri from 9 to 12 and from 2 to Soelorfc
Pally iMimlays t.cept-di Jnn IT .
All Classes are Interested.
Farmers, Proven., Meehants, Lnmht-rmen, Me
chaiii.' Minern, Hunkers, tlie rirll an.l Ihe poor,
.lioul.1 a-k tli.'lii. lT if the Hiitliti-t Syiilulitie,
or eo-clleil Private lliw-aae. taint ia lini.-ru.!? in
their Sytenis, if tli-.v .honl.l apply in person,
if po-ml.le ; if not pwil'li- in , l.y letter,
an.l r.Teivo hy return mail a lihuik nrcnlar ul
qncjitions, wliiell ill enable any one to know posi
tively inxl Uo' tliey atauil.
To'tlie iiitellnfenl reader it ia not n.easary to
imi,li-li tlie name, of lue many eoniplieations an.l
form, iiannie.1 by tbl tariWe aeonrge, yet it may
W a.lviaiible to iii.-nlion a mut uroinineiit Syphi
lia Primary, Syphilid Secondary, W Svphilia Ter
tiary, tlie lawr invoivin? the lioue. iu ti deatbly
Every one h.MH know aim, that many f (be
moatobitinaIa.aii.lt I neeriitial Tbroata pr.ir
ceed from ll.i ran., K'i will, if not pro rly
han.lle.1, nllimateiy renlt i )""" "f " Look
to your true inlereat, and cou.u hy letter, or ap
DR. BE HIHT'S
IMTED STATES HOSPITVl,
Private Medical Dispensary,
ISUKFFEUSON AVESl'E, DETROIT, MICn.,
Ntr the U ieliiiran Exchanire Hotel.
Where erery form of Syphilis an.l al! other iliseaaea
of the proeiealive an.l onnary orirans of liolh aexi,
are more aiieresafully m.maK. .1 lloui at any other
similar institution in this eoili.liy. Kvery oue
.hoiil.l know that whilst the sli l hti si constitnlion
.1 contauiination exists, marriaere is iupoasihle, for
the good reason that where nsrilur en-liea .li-ea e
i. nearly alwava entailed. This, therefore, none
o lb worat mipeiliiiieins to-mat rimoiiy .
iifl-.,rini mentally ami bodily from certain early
huprope'r pia.lie.-s, will Hn.l this a ll,p.n-ary
Where tliero is no m,. ..." j e- -
but wliere every one of alien cases are cine.1 pcr
niin. iitlv No IsH.ks piiblieh.il by nor issued from
this iust'uiition bv whi. h then.ili.l3 of Iho young
are p.u.nne.1 and they thereby milled.
LA U I
Married or ainsle, requirinp! a temale K.niann-,
hoiihl enclose one .loilar and three postal.-,- "'amps,
an.l by return mail they will receive, ith full di
rections, the only reliable j-.-uiai.- .-...
Thia Kesnlalor ia ias w-swja ......... -
la.li.-a everywhere, simply because la acuon is mini
and safe an.l fall always lie .lepea.ed upon 111 re-
mf.eitt.-obsti nt-tlor.s II .nil Cohis ami hmi V'"' lout-.
ATc.rre'l..oiTuc.- strietlv n.l. ntial. Lettrra
oneolianlta'ion should .-i.ulain 01 dollar awd
postal,-.-stamp for answer, titliee and r.-ima ai
ranue.1 thai patients never see earh ol her.
Consultation a, rvic.-a at H,e ..m, e, frf. to the
poor, every Saturday aftern.-Hi, from J tti r. r. n.
lyitit-s an.l liisiieusary os n irom 8 . u. to a -,
daily, ex. ept Sitndnya. All uceessnry .surgical ope
rations p-rloriu.il. .,,
Address: PR. PrHART
V.t lim.- Tlrawer ;. Iletroit. Mirtl.
Enclose two postage stamps and send lor circular
of questions, and, il pro rly auswere.1, nie.li.lnes
.-an la-sent to any part of the country. Rcuiem-
her these raaea must be cured or the worsi ronae
FOB T1IK USFOIITITSATE.
.up vv mt VNTKll IN ALL CASES
r. ti. ,...lv uJ Permanent Cure ol all Diaeaae.
arising tr.JUl S.-xu:ll V.-e--s, or
arising j.,. is,KETIONS,
i.:,i Nixhtly tuiis-iom and
-eaius, tienlal, Phvsi.al aud .. rous Del
liui-'.'liee, tlleet, -xual llesef , fc.
i .u.,1. can he U--1 without dele.-l;.. fcach
And the can ne L II
box ronum 1 '". 'r,:r.-.t they will
caunor pet ' J" ' With
imtrueium, i""1 .- m. ou r.xf ipi o.
nioneT : and a p:mphhi of patfif on the errors
of yoiith, Ihe touvtiii-iiPe ml r-ni'-dv, sent tree;
ten ot-ntu r-'Hilirvd fwr p.. .;g.-. Aldr.-s br.
BBYAN, Viu-nlting Phyn'riiiu, 42, llrondwny, N.
Y,, P. Box ."-"T'.t. l.-nlrs tMii W Mili-d
Pejiiii.t, Ituriiert Jk Co., Whole-nlr. Airf-ntt, N. Y.
Fur 'itli- ' " itAKHv. iTiiiiit, ill .np-
rior ftr-wf. ritivt iann. ;R-i:r..:wi.i
IVIOKK rLIABIaE THAN I.01.U.
BR VAX'S LIKE PILLS,
FUKirX TUB BLoou,
Remove ireiiflhe, Pizziut'rn4 tiiiiilinfH-i, Prnwsi-
ues-, I iiHa'i iTfiinit. I'liuufttH in 111.
IinltgeHtion. I'l'-an-te the Stouiruh and
Innre NEW LIFE in the TV h,Ht:UM. and
RESTtiKK THE SU'K TO I'hlil'lCT HEALTH.
Trv thein ! Th.-y only ctt . cent, ami it yi
ran not R-1 thein uf your i-TUiriM., send the nioney
to lr. J. lilt VAN, t oii-m i inir rttyi ciau, it dii
wav, P. ( Bx .jt7!t, and they Will lv sent ly re
turn ma 1. Nft piua. ifiueri !upiien ij i uw.
Barnes A ., Wholemh' Au'-nt-, New York.
For Kale hr ii. . t LA UK, Itrntm-'t, ll mi pe
ril r rtreet, fh-veliiud. itet I: rbt wj
TO LAI) IKS.
Ifyon require a relialde r.-medy to retttre yon ase
DP.. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS.
A never failincr remeily for the removal of 01.ntmc
tionfl, no matter from what muse they arie. They
are mile aud nu re, and will restore nature in erery
The are aljo elln ai iou j in all 5i.-es ot eaK-
nesx, ' lutes.
ol;ipiu-, As-. S.ld
in boxes con-
.i.,it.lF (Ul II 1
, prir One iioiiar.
S-nd for lr. H A KVi.1 rrivate HK-uicai mitm-
er. addressed to females ; Urn pam, pivius full in
ittrnrtionn, !' cents reiiiireil for K-tape. Ifyon
eunnot purfbanf the Kill ol jour i.riiuisr, in.
will le wilt, po-.t piitl, secure from ote rvatimi,
the receipt 4if One lllart hy lr. J. BRYAN, Coii
rtultiiiK I'hvsiclaii, 44 Broailway, N. V. P. O. box
.".oT!.. Iri-.ileri supplied by Dentaa Barney Co.,
Wholesale Aent;. New York.
F.r sale by G. W. cLAlik, Bmpct, 11 Supe
rior Htrect, Ch-vlund. mtnwAVtd
THE GREAT SEW EXliLAXD REMEDY.
Br. J. V. rolland's
WniTE PIE COMPOrAD.
I. now offered to the afiliet.d throughout theroun
try, after haviiic Ui-n irot.-.l l.y the ol eleven
years, in the Ji.-w Kncland Stiilen, where it merit,
have lieronie a w.-ll known a the tree from which,
iu part, it derive, it virtue..
TIIE WIIITB PINE COMPOUND CFKES
Sore Throat, Oild, Condi., Diptheria. Bronchitia,
pittiu? of Blood, and Pulmonary
It i a reniark:ible remedy for ki.lney Complaint.,
Dial-tea, Dinlenlty of Voi.liliz Urine, Ulee.liliK
from the Kidneya and Blad-ler, (travel and other
A For Pile, and Srnrvey it will tie fonnd very
valuable. Give it a trial and yon will learn the
value of a It.KMl ami tried Mi-dicinp. It i pb-aaant,
.afe and .lire. Sold by Drugicist. and Deab-ra
OKi. W. SWKTT, M. P.. Proprietor, Bopton.
BI'KSHAMS VAN .s HAAl'K, Chicago, 111.,
JOHN D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio,
aepl:2"Jleo.l Uen I Axent for the Ttegt.
THERE IS Xt SICH WORD AS FAIL!
TARRANT'S COMPOCSD EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
I. a nre. certain and .peedy enre for all disease,
the Bladder, Kidney, and Urinary Oritans, either
Av b'..,.. u. freouentiv oerformine a perfect
cure in the short .pace of Three or Kour day., ami
always in b-s time th in any other preparation.
the ne ot iakka.vi . r u i
(I. CI BKBS AND COPAIBA there I. no need
confinement or chanse of diet. In ita approved
form of a pane, it i entirely tast.-iean, ...."
no unpleasant sensation to the nnlient, and no ex
posure. It is now nckuowkd-.-ed by the most learn
ed in the Profes.ion that it the above class
di-eases, CUBEBS and i.oi'iau.i are im
Two Remedies known that can l relied upon with
any Certainty of SucTess. Tarrant's Comjionnd
Evtrart of Ciilielei and Copaiba NEVER EAll.S.
Manufactured only by TARUANT C,
278 Ureenwi.-h streat, New York.
aHTfold by Druggists all over the World.
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY
rXITED STATES ASD FOREItiS
PATENT OFFICE AGEACY.
So. 138 Bank-st., Cleveland, 0.
-fTe .re prepared to transact bn.ineaa of every
description relating to Inventions, Drawings, Ca
veats. Specifications, Patents, Infrirarementa,
the Ptept '.""-J . .. ?'TBm(; S-.1UQ-m-
A (AUDTOTUE lAllKS.
DR. DUPONCO S
Colden Periodical Pills,
Infallible in Correcting Irregularities, B. Tii.Tiug
(Mwtruvtifntf of the Monthlv Turns, triu
V hatnver Cause, and
ALWAYS SrcCESSWUL a a PREVENTATIVE.
It in now over thirty Tears iu- thm
hratiil Pills were first discovered hy lr. lil l'uNl.'O
of Paris, dnriuir which time ihry have heen exten
Bively and surcessfiilly uaed in mtwt of the public
institution, as well as iu private practice, uf both
hem is). he res, with unparalleled succms in rvery
case, aud U is only at the " urgent reqnvt " of the
thonsaiels of Ladies who have used them, that he
in induce. 1 to make the Pills public for tlie allcTia.
tion of those suffer ine from any Irregularity
whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of fam
ily, where health will not permit it. Females pecu
liarly situated, or those supposing themselves so,
are cautioned against using thest Pilla while iu that
condition, as the proprietor assume: no responsi
bilities after the above admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to health,
otherwise th Pill are reeouimeudwl.
fi-tr SI Ul iter K.x Niv Biir, .10.
S-dd in CleTland by Messrs. BENTi-N A Dl'N
HAM and sntUMJ Jk ARMSTRUXrt. who will
supply !ea.T, and send the Pills confidentially by
mail on rvoeipt of l or adlre4s
8. P. HOWE,
aiiRl:r. Sole Proprietor, New Yu K.
AND MODE OF TREATMENT l.S
THE ACME OF PERFECTION.
It Pfxetratf the errt-t anilio-h of this tf-rrilde
disMpt and ox terminates rt, root and branch, fr-
It Removes nil the wrothed symiitoms of this
loKtli-iouio niulnily, anil averts cinsumitiuii.
1t'i kns the hml, .leo-.ttrizes tlie breiith, And
aflitrd tin nifst pratt ful rh.-f.
It Ai.i fviatks more agouj and silent tftifft ring
than tuns: tie Crtll tell.
It is Nuted for en
r J'Ihes llii.v, Kim and Periodic Catarrh, of the
most f-iwiiiiiiie and violent tni'1.
No I'okm of a'atarrb or nui in tlie hrad tan re
isf its ieiietr;itin Mwer.
In. Go.. dai e's Catarrh Iteme.ly it a In.rnilcss
litinul, inhaletl from the pr-tm of the hod.
1H. R. tit"Pi.B is km.wn throuirhont theronn
try, a the Author of the only True Theory of t'a
tnrrh eTer puhlihed Mode of Treatment aud
Kiiphl t lire iu all its lornis.
Ik. GiMiDAi.r. s Pamplilet on Catarrh sbonld
read by every one. it can be obtained at our near
est Ageucy, or by sending a postage stamp to our
Price 91 Send a stamp for pamphlet.
C. R. PAKKEK, Side Agent, 75 Bleccker street,
Sold by (. W. CLARK, TWrl.ind. f. bS Rrt
STRENGTH TO TnE WEAK! '
YOUTH To TIIE AGED
TTii- proration v nnnalMMaRpjBTenator
K- ti'rT of wfttttiloriiuTt tuut-iin
Tliifft tl sht.uM iM-ci-rUin to mate the Biukrene
hotiM-holil kimI, inniiii nclt as it will rt tntir them youth-
tul iu ifW.ni: ami stn-uatli, ani eniUHe ineni i"
ovi-r asaiBil.l:iy! of ttx'ir pristine joy. lt not only
xliilfrnt. bn -tnnirthfn,atnl in r.ally an invaluable
hlfrinikf, -4pft'tnilv t tlioct whd have iwn rwluci-d
a comiitumof Mi-rvilitr. wtf-at mHrortun', or
sirkiiaft! N- mii.t-r what ht- raux- of thf itn-poti-m-y
t.f hiiv human organ, thin unprb preparation
w ill rcniVf thet tu-ct at ouceaiul fon-VL-r.
Cnn Tinpotenrr, nral DeWlity, Xerron? Inca
irnritv. Ivpt -ta, Ifc pn-s-ion, Los f AppetKe,
7 i .. .L .... of ,h iirL'Mnx of An.-iation. Im-
l.'HJility Mhjj i.tl J ii.l' h-ucp, jKiiiaclati-m, Knnui.
U:xh m,-.st ..ault -ir:ihl.-and Ntv-1 Kn. ct upon
tlia Ni-rrom v rem T mil wboare in anv way prm
tn.l.l.y Vrrou- l,-:il.MUa- f earn.tly advi
pi i'piiri.tnii -
"iV-'wi.o. by iinpnulence, liavo lost their XAT
. VIiiH, iil liiid speedy tnd ptriuanout
TIjp FKFBLF!, th LA SOll P. tt.e PESPAlRfVO,
the tl.I -Ih.mM ?i v- this viliKil.k- (iH-nyn sun.,
it will iH ft.nnd tutjlly "lift, rent from all other arti-
, s tor th. -a nie pin p.-.
T" KKM ALKS Tlus pi.-paration In inTluaWi
nt-rv.Hjs wwikii."' wt au Kiii'is, - "
a-itel -tren..'tli with Wi-numm perui;tu. v-
ItiH aNt.a era ud toui.-, and will eive n-lhi id Dyn-
plia with the nrt d.r. A lri t p.'nwt. nee in
rh. and hanii-h lypvpa I rev-
Will rt-novai ijm snuin" '" hv n
lint- lMAr pr Botrl.
, or ix bottle for V.
vy iiriiiririHts seneraiiy
IM-lil LJ Xlin-S- Hill MfH-. mimr" ...as
HI TtJUiaSUS A HIIi Li Kit, propnetnrt.
1 Cedar Htrect, N.-w York.
BTCXTON JrNTJAM, C'k-velaiiJ, Wholt-nale
CHI K' nll.lJ Pr.",.1 fcClitrt rt((-lla, .-aaai..
decv-It 3.evtll -e V
Hi Oi i i C
Tlipi-nml.initionof inert dientt io th-?e Pi IN is
rt-Miltof alniii.'and-xteu.-.iveprai'tice. Th-y are
iu tht-ir uifratt.'ii and fiinn.it do harm to the
d.lioite; ri-rt;uii in Corni'tinK all Irreir nl.iriti,
Painful Sleii-trnaton. r.-m.ivimr all oli-trnrti..rn
whflh.T ln.m i'ol'l or otherwise, Hmdai-he, Fam
theSidc, Palpitation of the lit art, hiti4, all
tu Atl.-- tion-. Hvnit-rict, F:iti?u-. Pnu in Hit ll-t
rii.1 Limlw, ;.nd KiturN-d Mi-in, whuh arise
Interruption of N.ituro.
DR. ( FIKKEMAN S riLf.H
was fhernmnit-nrenM'iit of a new era in the treatment
irr.mNritit'3 aim oirruciMni- wiim-h uvu
o. -auy to a premature nr:ive No f.-m.ile
.i-;ne.i . ""ll niil.-f he irrerular. and wht in-v.-r
enjoVK-MNl ii. Vh pla the i'neral h-nlth Nmn
t -.hue. 'In.-- !.. i i v l i T-ike
ev. r put ft.rvr .ni with lh... Ci him
TK.NT Sl't't'F-S! 1M1NT BK . teUhim t
thifalv.-rti-tni-nt to vour Dniijai-t, at.
joii w.mrthe l(KT and MmsT KCLl Bi...
CI NK IN TIIE Wt.liLO. wlueh w cumprwi-d in
DR. fFIEESEMAN'S PILLS
haTe leen a standard rrnu dj fi.r orrr thirty year,
ittid are the most erfec-tnal on en-r known for
c.mpiuhil- pt-uli;r to F'iiial'!4. To all ela- th-
are imitlutiai.', mdu. in, with Cf'rt.-.iiitr, ptTitnluril
r-L'uiarity. Th' ur kiiowu to thoiL-aii.ts, who
n-ed th.-m. at 'lilitTtUt period, tlinoi-h.-ut th.-ciom-try,
liKTiui; the r.anetin of tH.me of the Blunt cmi-ui-ut
l'hyK'ttiiiia in Auit-ru-a.
Epli it lirTtit-n!,iit.itiiiir when thfy ?honM not
neil, with each 1kx, Price o.NE pollas pi-r hoi,
kix NtxeFt fnr5."i.
Pillf s.'iit by mail, promptly, neonre from olwrrft
tin, by remitting to the I'roprit tors. S(d bv lrux
giM (jeni rrillv.
HI Tt niNSA HTLLYER, Pn-p'n,
s t'Ml;irtrtt'f. Nt-w York.
PEVTOX A DT-NH VM, ll..iii.d II- tuperi.rBtreet,
rii-v. liind. Ohio, V h4ilet.a le Afffiit.
life-- K;ii lii ii I wew .
ir DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED.
n.CALL FOR A CIKCCLAB, DESCRIBIKG
The dTmptoms of Catarrh, as they generally
art at nist very slight. Persons find
tht-y have a cold, that they have frequent attack,
and" are more sensitivB to th chanms of t-mpTa-tnre.
In this condition the note my lae-dry, .r
discharge, thin and acrid, afterward" U-com-ing
thick and ndheniv. As the disease become
chronic, the discharices are increased in tpiantity
and changed in quality ; they are now thic k
heavy and are hawked or coiiglu-d off. The sec
ton are offensive, cansing a bad breath ; the
it thick and nan a I ; the eyes are weak ; the sen
the miiell is lessened or destroyed; deafuewa
takes place. Another important and
symptom of Catarrh in, that the pt-rson
obliged to clear his throat in the momimr of
thii-k or slimy mncons, which ha fallen down
the head during the night. Wh' B this takes
the person may be sure that the disease is on
way to the lungs, and should lose no time in
The alKTe are bat few of the many Catarrh sym
toms. A single Bottle will last a Month-To
be used three times a day.
DR. D. II. SEELYE &
Sotn PnorniETons, Chic-aoo, ItLrxoi,.
Laltoratory at Freeport, Illinois.
GENERAL AGENTS :
jonjj I. PARK Cincinnati,
WM. JOHNSON Detroit,
STRONG A AKMSTBOSU CW-vi-laud,
FOR SALE BT ALL DRIT.GIST3.
MEETiXt OF THE STOt'EHOLD-
RS ol tbe Sannr Farm Oil Ccmnanr
be held at the Office of the Company, on Mon
day, Octohar 23d, One object of the meeting
ia to decide whether Directors shall spend
money on hand, ot sell the lease and divnie
SIMMEB AKa --
Tram, -ill tteTelana aa
Z1 , 1'ra.tliw. Galwn, Gi .ad Car
5,;:, vlJ. H.U.m, "
HtunTat all .tationa and arrirea in Colttmtma
r'al " iraftoo. W.ll.ngtoB, j,oW Londoa,
t..n, am. 3.4,, .
Trains leave """ :, j:ifVelanil ai," i
kii -t,hs1.v. Mansn'-"" - Ka.lroart.
ville, A i
ville. c. Tr.fna n.:.
CrMhnP,ttbar?n . - ."-so b.ii-
Fori' Warn, ',"",r,t:
Railroad Lina, tor Ka.
t-u.1 tor M;.nnM
Grafts.. an.l II. .lrt..n. ,.,
ln.liaiia.ili. TrT ".. V".;.
SI. Louis, Ac.
I""""""' , i n..-k lt SnrindUU
limn- -., , ,.. - A v
Ht'in ' . .
i'.Jn.l,u-Liltl Ml""" V ' ." -Z7.-7."
KAilroa.l. for X'
'1,-rr. name, r... h hJ Ohjo mDi
..,.1 m. innatl, ana ' Looiarllle.
,i lL.ilr.w y." . . .
Lull I., and all pointa
on tlie t'liH) 'V;:
Railroad for Newark,
Colnnihus tvntriii " h Colnmbua, Pil
Zanexville, pi. Urbana, Ac
ndiaoa Jiaiirw : ,nd information ap-
T t-'or tickets to w jr' . M tb Caio
! ' J . .-. ..imrinr I
hi at tll.t Pi-
Ticket umce, 11
E. S. FLINT,
N and afterTueaw, r j (4
wi..".u - -"
Train, will '"...miW -.
ir-ivs? l'cu train Stocmw
. ... MiuiiHOD. Oenymw
-1 . n. . Unnjtir k j
Cunluik 3:4a r.
arrive at Erie ai i t
only, aud arrive at Er -to
mopping at all .tauona, aad airw. a n
SJSXTiS irS'SI ... Buuairi
. Roftalo4:2U a.
3:35 A MA-5iGHT IXPBS3S "AWtop-
pingat Girard, A-niao"- - --
. lo a-"1! irA"
ting at all .tations eK.pt 8"Tl"V?,J.
brook, Unlonyille. Perry, Mentor and Wk.
' a .t Cleveland at 2:15 r. n.
5:J0 P. M. DAY SrKi2ZiSL
line, anu arri.ca ------ , . . 0. -i
Girard, Connean., . .CZ,
only, and arrives at Cleveland S oC T.
a- Second ClaaCara are run on all throng.
kirk with th. trains of th. New Tot Bne Bail
road ; and at Buflalo with tho of the N.w York
Cen." Buffalo, and New York C, EaoM.
for New York, Albany, Boston, 'S .
and al Erie with traina on the Philadelptun Srm
-T-lay Expreaa Es vTast, eonnwt. at
Girard with train, on Erie 4 Pittsburgh iailroaa
for JLineiville, Meailville, Jamestown, c.
H. NOTTINGHAM, Superintendent. .
CTevtUnd. Sept. 12, isw.
1865. FALL ABBANGEMEUT. 1365.
ON and after MobUt, Sept. 18th, 1866. riii
will leaye Oeyelaiul daUy u foUowi (j,unJj
8:00 A. M CHICAGO rXPBE39, stop at Brt-,
Grafton, Oberlin, Walcemao, Norwaik, Won
roeTille, Bellerue, Clr-re, Fremont and 1-
more and arrives at Toledo at 12:40 r.
Thicago at 11 00 p. and Detroit 6:30 P.
t40 P. M. WESTERN MAIL Stop at ail
tiona on Sonthero DiTiirfon. and arnye at
Toledo at 7:30 p. Chicago 5:45 A. M-, til
Detroit at 10:30 r. K. .
4:30 P. M. K0BTHEBN MAIL Step at all eta-
tions on Northern iniiawa ana aiiiTea
ili'Jl'XlrrnS Sontrrn Northern In-
diana anil T..lJo Wahash Baiiroao. ior l aKSXO,
Detroit, Jalkson, Fort v ayne, jogao.por l..iar
ette, Cairo, AltoD, St. Loms and all points Wt.
Northwest and Southwest. .
n! .. i- rieri-land from Toledo an tha
West 9:20 A. ., . rtjir'0
Sanaii.ky at 9:14 a. . . i- BVC.KS.B'
Cleveland. Spt. 19, 18S. Snpnnt.pant.
Change of Time, Sept. 4tl.
AT1ASIIC t tlBEAT WEST'S HAI1WAT.
The only Unbroken Broad linage Routa
TO THE EASTERN CITIES.
THREE Trains Daily Leave Cleveland, from thn
Atlantic A Great Western Depot ;
DAT EXPRESS 9:25 A. M.
Arrive in New York 1:00 P. M.
LIGHTNING EXPRESS P. tl.
Arrive in New Xork a..4:00 P. M.
NIGJIT EXPRESS - 8 50 J- -
Arrive in New York 10:J0 P. M.
Trains arrive at Cleveland at 7:56 a. ., :25f. at.
and 0:16 r. M.
Traina for Yonnpstown leave Cleveland at 6:45a.
., and 3:10 t, al., arrive at Cleveland 10:00 A. .,
an.l ti:' r. M. .
This is the only direct ronte to the Oil Regions
of Pennsylvania. .
Passenicers by the 9:25 A. . Exprew Train dine,
at Meadville, and Sleeping Car at Salamant.
Paaensers by the '1 -.54 r. . Lichtning Kxpreea,
Supper and Slet-ping Car at Meartville.
X u..-..i - u r,r.H.a Train, aes
raHsenKers vy io. . - v
Sleeping Car at Cleveland.
The Nieht Bvpreas leaves Snnday niht, insteaa
of Salur.hy night. Ail other traina daily, Sun
Connects at Meadville, for Oil City, Franklin.
-Y, and ail points in Ihe Oil Regions of Penn-
this ronte have ample time (30
- hoars, for meals, and make
minutest, at reernla. . . . , .. .i, tn
sure connections. aasp
New and eleirant Sleepinr Coac
all Night Traina.
For all miormnticn and throneh tickets, .
ajiply at the Depot or the Atlantic A Great We..
ern Railway, or at the Union Ticket Onice, mader
tlie ne.l.lell uonae.
OmnihuKaes will call for passenger, by leaving
directions at the above offices.
D. McLAREN, Oen'l Snp't.
E. F. FfttETl, Gen. Ticket Azrat.
PITTHBlBtjiH K. R.
OX and after Monday, May 15th, 18T.5, Traina
leave Clereland daily (Sunday excepted) aa fol
b.ou A. M. MAIL Arrives at Pittsbnrgh 4:00 r.
M.; Harri.sburKh ii a. m.; BaJtimore T:U0 A.
M.; Washington l jft a. m.; PhiUdeJphia
.V a-M.; New York 10Q A.M.; WheelinT
S:tnt p. m. iVnnect at Hndnon with C. i.
V. R. R. for Akron and Millerfrhnrgn.
1:30 P. M. KXPREs.S Arrim at Pitubargh at
9: If. p. m.; liarrisburtrh 7:30 a- m.; Bsltinjora
p. x.; U jahingtOD 4:40 T. M.J Pnilad!
phia l:4tJ p. m.; fiew York 2:46 P. WW
li: -M A. M.
3:40 P. M. ACCOMMODATION1 For Hndson an4
Internuuliate Stations, Cayaboa Falls, Ak
ron anil Millcrsburph, connecting al Orrrill
P. Ft. W. A C. Railway, for Canton. Massil
lon, Wooster and Manlield.
Cars run through from Pittsburgh to New Tork,
(via AllfUtown) without chanire.
T -Fare as low aa l.y iut other Hiw.
MtTThrouRh ik-ket can be procured at tha Vniom
Ticket tKhre, V, 0ill Hoom, at the Depot, or at
the. Juitcliti Street Station.
I H V f.W.RWX, SnrrintendTt-
T S. PERLET, the relibl 0pcia, rtiU
J m rwntinnei to pire nniverftal at intact. on in tb
pr:ctiieof his pr(.(V-Hion, No.il flnperior tW,
Johnson H.ni.-w liuililioic.
IV. It is to the advitDtaiTe of all, when so of
cate a senro as that of .iht is concerned, ,
with one of acknowledged skill, who makes no tatsj
pretensions ; alw a full assortment of Optica' ana
Mathamftievil Instrnmpnt. jnlvi
BEST ARTICLE U CSS.
s. s. HAETneio's
SEIF RAISIJVG FLOIH!
It Sares lime. Is Economical, a4
SoH In qnintitie. to salt purchasers at the
Liberal tti-4eonrit to Iealers. , t
This Hour neej bnt a trial, to be bronebt l
Wnofc-sale and Retail Dealer In
Strip Tein, Columbiana and Cn1PJw
0ceonC.P.B.K.K.r- AI.O, 0fl anTr
nt Euclid .treat B. B. crM.mK. Coal Man
Fxeellenl (Jnalilv tor
STEAM HAS, (JRATfcS. STOTC,
Offlceo, Hon Ft Al.o, ASIHBACIli C0A1
in Uree or small quantities. ,,!,
Onlee. r.perri'iM f -tj -- . t .
general n.e m