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""PHILOSOPHY Of MAKEIAGE
Tbt Propnetor. of the New Tork M,. ,..
thorn M.ll.V."u'",y'"" social Evil, .d
forward. free on receipt of four stamps, by ad-
i!?.btSFABV Kew " of
reM6K3 ciue, 618 Broadway, K.W yrk.
7TH2 BRIDAL CHAM RKR An
. 3ay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
Also, new-andswliabki trMun for Mom of
he Urinary ui Sexual Systems, Sent fre la
aealed stovalopea.'Address Dr. J. SkiUin Houghton,
Boward Association, Philadelphia, Pa. my 8:K4.
Tl'LP I T "emp? to enumerate the
AX0I1YYK i """"M results of the Anodvne
' I "J of Neuralgia, Hcadar"
... T,00,Q "d E Ache, Spinal
plainta, St. Vim.' Dance, Hnteris. Ncrv
b.hty. Lo of Sleep, Fain. irMtr.
the moat reliable testimonial, ia e, p
which all are invited t..T.. "". to
tiineaad patience.-and - """"d exhaust
" 4 Yma sr
V. .1 1 1
fectly relieved i Bervow complaint, la per-
S5 to 46 droi ost vtc.isut attack, with Ion of
will follow t' J n hour. Beuef and sleep
Mi second or third eWe.
JtuIuTine. J boleeale and Retail Dealers in
iotM L. Hunnewcll, Proprietor,
9 Commercial Wharf, Boot on, Mann.
STil'E FISE IiSiBAXCE CO.
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO.
CAPITAL . 1 200,000,000
Invested in or fully secured by o rat-class
Mortgages, Bonds and Stocks.
E. P. Morgan, TV. W. Wright,
Bl P. Myers, Pr. T. T. Seclye,
J. w. Underwood, Iir. W. 8. Streator,
J. B. Meriam, Darius Adams,
soren Prentias, A. N. Batcltelder,
H. K. Reynolds, J. P. Stanard,
T. S. Beckwith, C. 0. Griswold.
E. P. MORGAN. President.
R. P. MYERS, Vice President.
J. H. I'KDKB'VTOOD, Secretary.
J. B. W EKI.m, Treasurer.
A. N. BAirjHKLDKB, Geueral Ugent.
sTOfRcs ta B onw.'t Block, corner f gnperior st.
and Public Pnr,,, Clevelnd, Ohio. myl-h4
SUN FIP jTixsiRAACii COMPAXY,
Office its svtRion etbeet.
. . - D1KKCT0R8 :
Tltillmsn Witt, Jniuofl Vmoo,
K- I. Baldwin, . H. M. Ck.lu,
J no. F. WmfDer, G o.M'orlhington.
fleuxf Uttrvej, 0. A. Brook.
W. B. Gnjle.
8TILLr.N WITT. Prudent.
H. M. THAPIN, Vice President.
E. C. BOUSE, Secretary. inh30
CHARTER OAK FIRE IAS. CO.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
ORCaVNIZED 18.VI. CHARTER PERPETUAL,
J. C. WALKLKY, Pres't.
HATDEN IKICGLAS, Gen'l Acents,
lio Superior street, Cleveland.
TO-Agents appiate4l and good lndacements of
fered; . sepl 1 :270.
W. BT. CVKICCLS, J. J,. SIANCBESTEa
EIXXELLS & 3IAXCKESTER,
(Successors to InM Eusworth.)
811 SUPERIOR. ST., CLEVELAND,
Sepreaent the following weu known and popular
Ins. C. cf North America, fl.TSO.OOO.
New England ti.i,lXI I Alliany City JOT.fmo
I,amatw.. 4lr2,(KKJ Putnam 53i;,J0
Bona lw.iXHJ Western Hass. 26U.00U
Inland navisition risks on Halls and Osnroes.
-fs.Lotsa adjusted aud promptly iatd at this
lii? 'jftice. suKltr2i3
L D. HUDSON,
General Fire, JIarInc & Ins. Ag't.
sf)oeve, Oriatt's Exchauge, foot Superior Street,
KcraEsExrs the roLLowisio coHrsNiES :
TBuckeye Mntnal In. Co., Cleveland, Assets.
Ohm, (Fire and Marine) J J4:.,H3
Market Fira " 414,7:9
Foltoa Fire " " 2fl4,l(l
. Norwich Firs Ins., Co., Norwich, Conn., 45,244
North Weetern " Oswego, N. If., 240,778
New York Life New York 3,85s,7&5
Phoenix Marine Ins. Co. of Brooklyn N.
Y., casta cap tal 1,000,000
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
Part'cnlar attention given to the adjustment of
Marine Losses. L. D. HUDSON,
Agent and AdjuBter.
Capt. C. A. G-tarsjEa, Marine Inspector. feleR3
AVIaolesalc & Retail
IiIORGM, ROOT & CO.
Oar ttock ie Imtta and Taried com pricing, Try
ttiiug nited by Jtlilliuera., Ww iarite tlielr eepecini
Ladies, Misses and Children's
llats and Turbans,
In "Olemrarr." "Nellie Grant," "Bocky Point."
and "Ktaudard." All new styles. Also, a Terj
select assortment, oi
From which Milliner, can select tba newest and
moat desirable styles, at reasonable prices.
Elbbons In all Widths and Colors,
Bilks, the varieties used by Milliners,
Laces and Blonds In great profusion,
' French Flowers, choice and beautiful,
American Flowers, Tery cheap,
uvniivt vruameiiia lu lurn-ij ui otjic,
Ostrich Plumes, also cheap Tarietles,
Kidd's Bonnet Frames, the best made.
V't offer ererr inducement to ths Whole ale and
B'jtsil Trade, in TarletT and beanty of styles, and
our TRICES cHALb BJS l'UJt liunsoi l-uosi-BLE.
For Bargains eo to
rt!):2r MORGAN, BOOT ft CO.'B.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
. jrjaal KxejaUite, Ucnte Fr. t
wnttsc JTrftrriM-, Ui'tUIrd from th.
Rare tttmrntitM sFIwer trvm
which it tnhoa In Bsme.
Manulactcredonly by PZIALOW ON.
Beware of Counterfeits.
a .1- rVw P'lalon'mTnhfi tut ether.
smd by dmgrlstB eeners-Iiy-
Jone774w m m
mHE WESTER5 HrSICAL WORLD,-
1 Ctetotwr flnmuer nuw a-4-a
nt Tcrma Jl.W per nnnm.
Wt 8. BJUJHA 80S, PaWishsn,
[From the November Atlantic Monthly.]
A FAREWELL TO AGASSIZ.
BY O. W. HOLMES.
How the mountains talked together,
Looking down ubon the imiIi,
When they heard our friend had planned lua
Litt.e trip among the Andes 1
flow they'll bare their snowy scalps
To the climber of the Alps,
hen the cry goes through their pusee,
' Here coincs the great Agassiz ! "
' I'm tall," eays Ckiuiboraso,
' But I wait for him to ssy bo
Thai's one only thing that lacks ha
Must sea me, C'olopaxr! '
'' Ay It1 ' " ,he P 'humlere, '
And he moat view my wonders!
I lu bat a lonely crater,
f ' " hare him for spectator !
' " ""Hintaiu hearts are yearning.
The 1 .
rivers bend to meet him.
3 ae forests bow to greet him,
at tbriliH the Hfifiial coluuu r '
-'f foMl fattiiCM MjfDin.
And (tUcieiK crawl tli fonter
To tljfl fefef thviroJd matter f
Heaven keep btin wll and hearty,
Bih him and all his party !
From th3 sun that broils and smites.
Froaj the centie)e that bitev.
From the hail-otorm and the thunder.
From the vampire and the condor.
From the gust upon the rivor.
From the sadden earthquake sliiTr.
From the trip of male or donkey.
From the miduight howling monkey.
Frui thtt-stroke of knife or dagvr.
From the paran and the jit guar.
Fmm the horrid boa constrictor.
That has scared us in the pictar.
From the Indians of the Paiu.Hm,
Who would dine upn thcirniao'lpas.
From erery heut and vermin
That to think of sets us sqnirmin',
Ftoui every snake tliat tries on
The traveller his p'ifon, .
From every pe. of Nadir',
Likewise the alligator.
And from two thing left beh'ml him, .
(Be pure they'll try to find him)
The tax-bill and asses6or
Heaven keep the great Professor I
May he find, with his apostle,
That the land is full of fosila,
That the waters swarm with fitdte
Shaped according to his wishes,
That every pool is ferttla
lu fancy kind of turtle,
w birds around him singing
Now iusecta, never stinging,
With a million novwl date
About the artlfuUta,
And facts that strip off all hanks
From the history of mollusk.
And when, witli load Te Deum,
He returns to his museam,
May he find the momtnius rept"i.
That so long the land has ke-
Bv Grant and Sherman 'Vtlad.
And by Father Aure
f All speckled an strrtked mnd mottled
With the sc- of uururotII) imtth-a
Where cjaahed tha iron rattles
Th gyjj men he eUook at J,
0k1 bless the great Professor !
And MHdaui too, God bless her !
Bh-ts him and all his baud,
Ou the sea and ou the laud.
An thi y sail, ride, walk and stand
Blrsa them head and heart and hand,.
Till their glorious raid is o'er.
And they touch our ransomed shore !
Then the welcome of a nation.
With its shouts of exultation.
Shall awake the dumb creation,
And the shapes of buried aoiis
Jin the living creatures' pieans.
While the m.ghty niegalosaurus
Leads the pa Ueoxoie chorus
God bless the great Profeesor,
And the land his proud ponsessor
Bice them now and evermore !
CRIPPLE RACE IN NEW YORK.
One Leg verses No Leg—A Novel Exhibition
at the American Institute
[From the New York Times, October 15.]
per r, are a great blessing to the world ;
their inventor deserves mure thanks and
gold medals than he received, and he who
improves Upon the current limb does a
good dcaL for which words are a very in
adequate recompense. Wooden legs,
those of olden timil arc useful but not
ornamental ; they were clumsy, heavy
and stubby; their unfortunate wearer
could not, with reason, hope to conceal his
mutilated condition from the gaze of a
curious world, and we are informed that
that kind of a leg renders one an extreme
ly unpleasant room-mate.
I lie present style ot artincial leg is an
entirely different afi'air. Several kinds
are on exhibition at the tair this year, and
Inst night wore subjected to a very excel
lent test. John J. Austin is the exhibitor
and inventor of the improved double-6tep
leg, one of which he wears himself. His
invention consists first, in siukine the
puns oi tne tnign or Hugh-socket, on
which the hip bone rests, so as to make it
inatth all the points of such hip none, and
to render the operation of fitting tho same
to the stump easier than with artificial
legs of the ordinary construction ; second,
in the application of double-stops to the
knee-joint, as well when the leg is stand
ing as when in a sitting position, in such
a manner that the snapping of any part of
the knee-joint is prevented, aud a strong
and substantial leg is produced; third, in
the use of an elastic segment which, com
bined with the action of a spring, produces
a sojt cushion, when the leg is bent, and
the operation of straightening the leg is
facilitated ; fmirth, in new and peculiar
apparatus for the contractions of the ankle-
joili, applied in such a manner that the
fleet is vanea oy Eiepping-ur springing oi
the foot, and the motion of the uatural
foot is imitated.
Air. Jewett, patentee, exhibits another
pattern of an artificial leg, for which he
claims superiority of strength, lightness,
perfect finish, simplicity of mechanical
arrangements, and graceful and noiseless
movements, lie affirms that in favora
ble cases, so closely does it imitate the nat
ural motions of the foot and limb that its
use is not betrayed.
Still other patterns of limbs are exhi
bited by Uustavus C. Kirchmann and A.
The announcement in The Timet that a
would bo run in the evening, drew many
hundreds of people to the fair, so that by
eight o'clock the place was uncomfortably
filled. Three contestants only appeared,
Calvin Bates A two-legger.
H. Ausberger A one-legger.
Frank Stewart A two-legger.
The crowds were divided, a lane being
thereby made up and down in which these
unabashed and incomplete gentlemen
were to exhibit their points and try their
memo, juanneer carpenter, watch in
hand, rosette on breast, and excitement
beaming from every feature, superintend
ed the arrangements. Mr. Chambers,
with pen and paper, squared himself to
make a full report; and other bedecked
and official individuals rushed here and
there, very red in the face, and apparently
in a needlesslv affected frame of mind.
All this time the three cripples sat rumi
nating at tne upper end of tne lane.
air. Carpenter announced that tha
Mr. Calvin Bates, walk five hun
dred feet on two artificial legs : that he
wan mmnarMtivelv unused tn them as ha
had worn them but a few weeks. Mr.
Bates then appeared. He was a solemn.
undert&kerUh-looking man, in a felt hat.
gray sack, gray trowssrs, and switching a
cane. At the word ne moodily started,
and leisurely meandered in a waddling
manner down tne lane, tie was not an
entirely successful artificialist, not that he
limped, but wiggled from side toside,or ra
ther trom legtoles, and seemed rather clad
on the whole, when he had finished his
course, and was greeted with applause.
lime three minutes.
THE SECOND CRIPPLE,
Aufiberger, waa a jolly little Dutch
man, just thirty-five years old, with a Tery
full beard and a very bad cold. He, it was
announced, had lost one of his original
legs, but had very fortunately provided
himself with a very excellent substitute,
wnica ne then ana there proceeded to ex
hibit. Ausberger started olT with great
fervor. He walked verv auicklv down
and back, and made such admirable time
that the crowds, which by this time had
become immense and quite excitable, cava
I a i , . , '
mm a rouna oi nearly applause.
l line l vro minutes.
But the best was the lust the show of
THE THIRD CRIPPLE.
was really very wonderful in that pecu
liar line. Jir. frank: Dlcwart, a very
little fellow, about 21 years of age, was
trotted out and received with applause.
lie was anxious to walk a mile, but it was
thougnt best to confine him to the lane
extent, up and down six times, which
would not be far from three thousand feet:
indeed, after much figuration and treneral
consultation, it was found that no one
knew exactly how many feet made
mile, and it was deemed best to confine
loin to the lane. At the word, he started.
No one would for a moment suspect that
his limbs were the result of human inge
nuity. They murt hsve been a perfect fit
for he walked very rapidly, and apparent-
i :l l. 1M r..: . j-Jrir
w w iiiiout me iww. mugue or aimcuity.
Mr. Carpenter was intensely interested
in this branch of the entertainment, and
iouoweu siewarv ui uu want, saying,
u Ladies and centlemenl this man ha two
iais legs, uus man mu -wm tti"
At length the start waa completed and
the result announced as time, nine min
utes ; distance, three thousand feet. Mr.
Stewart was greeted with prolonged ap
plause, during wmcn ne renea 01 counie-
nnnee in tne crow a una moueauy rtuirwo.
The Leader—More Notices from the
The Leader—More Notices from the Press.
[From the Stark County Republican.]
lh Clcvelaua deader comes to us
lately looking as gay as a peacock, in iU
new dress, and we feellike saying sorae-
thinir complimentary, but do now know
exactly how to go about it without repeat
ing the old story, fcuinco it to say that we
feci as though we had slept late, missed
our breakfast and got a scolding from the
partner of our sorrows when the mail fuils
to bring this excellent paper at the ap
pointed time. It is emphatically the
From the Tuscarawas Advocate,
Ihe Cleveland JLzader comes to us in
an entire new drees and considerably en
larged. It it now one of the largest and
moat ably-conducted papers in tne Mate.
DurtiWHVth Collece has a' freshman
class of 8 the largest since 1860 and
35 -have been added this fall to other
class. Prof. Charles A. Young, of the
Western Keserve College, has been elected
J professor of natural philosophy and as-
,.,... t.u v..
m VUUIJIJ, tail- pifllllVll UJI
his father. Prof. Patterson had vacated
the chair of astronomy by accepting the
re-election to Congress. Prof. Fairbanks
has been transferred from the chair of nat
ural philosophy to that of natural history,
just instituted. Benjamin AV. Bonney, of
New York, has been elected to the Board
of Trustees. After the present year the ;
bhort winter term will be abolihaed, and
the former plan of three terms a year re
riHS FINEST ASSORTMENT OF C0K
X. ner and vide Brackets in the city, at
oc23 COWLES k CO.
pARNET AND (iREEX MEKIX0S AND
VJl jbinureeB LiotiiB, rroeivea mtfi mormnff.
TAVL0H, GHISWOLD A C.,
oct23 217 goprlor itwt
9-4 AND 10-4 SHEETINGS At
TAILOR, GRISWOLD A CO.,
217 Superior gtrwet.
RISH LINENS All grades.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD X cu..
oet23 Mi Hiipsnor sareet.
WATER PROOF IL0AKINGS.
TAYLOR, GKTSWOLD A CO.,
W2S ai7 Soporior gtro-t.
GREEN SILKS In beautiful shades.
TAYLOR, GBItiWOLD A CO.,
oc2S -17 fnprHor utrrgt.
ARE NOW OPEXIxa AT
120 Ontario Street,
OHOICE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
We would rwnfKJtfuIly oliclt th imtronapn of
tmr friends aud the public. oc2.h R8
Hower & Higbee
Gent's Merino Shirts and Drawers.
do Klbbed, lo Shetland ao
do tngllsh,Frent h A German Hose
do English Merino i Hose, Shaker
Wool do Hand Knit I do
do Fleeee lined Gloves 50c per pair,
do Mnen and Paner Collars, Ac.
ladies Merino Yests and Pants.
do Iron rrame 3 thread tngusnmrse
do Fleece-lined do do
do Lamb's Wool Hose, do Bibbed
Hose, do Balmoral Hose,
do Colored and Black Cloth GloTes.
do Fleece Lined Silk, Also Thread do
do French KidGloTes $1,0. per pair
Children's Balmoral Hose.
do White, Also colored oot nose.
do Fleece Lined do do
do White. Also Colored Wool Mitts
and Gaiters. Breaktast Shawls.Jackets
Hoods, Subies and Coqnetts,
II. T; HOWER & Co.
HaT. Just received a full Stock of
FALL DRESS GOOBS!
EEPBESS CLOTHS, P0PLIXS,
BLACK AND COMBED ALPACAS.
Also, large Stock of
With a fall line of
Wol Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, Cloths
Casslmeres, Prints, BcLalnes,
WITH All. KIKDS OT
DRY COODS CHEAP,
230 Superior St, corner Seneca St,
IMrORTAXT TO MERCILLMS.
M HALLE C0 111 WATER ST.
Bar BOW the most complete stock of
NOTIONS .AND FANCY GOODS,
Etm offered Weat of New Tork. CeJl parttralar
attention to our stock of
BELTING AtiD Blv&LS
UTtFAKFAfVT SHAWLS AND SCARFS.
CRYSTAL A DIAMOND BET DRE8S BCTT0N8.
We call eopeckil attention to our nw
Hoop skirt department.
Sole Agent for the UniTenud Paper Collar.
mr No goods acrid at retail. octt
T ACE CURTAINS. I have in stora an
1 J assortment or Lace Curtains, consisting or
PttlW TA SI HUL Klft
SWISS APPLIQUE, New Designs,
NOT INGHAM LACE.
Persons dealrons of fnrniBbinjt their bonne with
ne Laos Curtains kava now an opportunity of
doing ao at Very raasouable prices.
B. Ul HAfl,
oct4 Corner Superior st. and Pnblie Sgnare,
EI. 6ALDWIX fc CO. HAVE OX EX-
faibitioa the largest and most elegant assort
All t until Goods
Erer offered tn thi. market, comprising.
Irish and French Poplins, fltik.t
Empress Bloths, Repps,
Uertiios, Tarton and Saxony Plaids,
Paisly and Wool Shawls, Brsakfast Bhawls,
Cloaks and OtoaWnfrs, Lyon ValTete, 'lotas,
Cassimeres sod V eatings, Laces and Bmuroidsry,
Cents Wrapper, and drawees,
Ladies do da
Children's do do
Hosiery and Gloves, Housekeeping Hood..
epl3 B. I. BAWiS Co.
I havo now in stora a lam .tork of seasonable
Dress (roods or all qnajltles. Ateo, Bed Ulankets,
riannels, BUawls, Ilea vuuu, Aapkins, Table
Cloths, Ac. Aisov an assortment of Cassimeres,
Beavar Cloths, and other goods for Boys and Men's
W ear, c. All of which will bs ofiered at orioea to
.nit purohaser.. oc4j B. HYM AN.
T0IS 0YFB COATS AND SI IT8 opened
XJ thi. morning.
J. H. fiaWlTTACO..
7 nd 11 Pnbll-. Bqnare.
PARIS CLOAKINGS. The most elegant
goos ever show in tuts maraei.
i. H. DeWITT A CO.,
7 and 11 Pnblie Bqnare.
WK MIKE ETERT VARIETY Of
1 T Cloak to order, on short notice and reasouaj
oie terms. isibua, GJIIWULV A I.U.,
ct4 817 Bnperlor street
AU THE FRENCH
. CLUAJwB now open.
J. H. BlWITT ft CO.
'" 7 and 11 Pnhllc Bqnare.
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY
UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN
PATEaT office agexcy.
No. 1S6 Bank-stcieTCland. 0.
We sr. prepared to transact bn.inea. ot ererj
description relating to Inrentlons, Drawings, Ca-
Teats, gpccincatlons, raients, Inrringements, and
toe raient laws. JuuuilGU A CO.,
WHOLESALE A! RETAIL.
I. P. Sherwood's.
The recent ex tens, re addition nud improvements
both in our wuoiesaie ami ueiaii ixpartmnts, to
gether with the complete assortment in each, makes
this house now mnch the largest and mot ex ten-
sire of auy in the city. The unprecedented increase
In the buxiness, both wholesale and retail, together
with unequah-a iscumes, warrant us in saying that
we can ana win son hxi nirourn iuq eonniur
son, at lass price than any othsr house in the trade,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
The assortment is uneqnalfd in quantity, quality J
ana Taneiy, ana comprises in part
PLAID & PLAIN ALPACAS,
And in fact all kinds of Seasonable Dress Fabrics,
bonglit before the recent advance, and will be sold
Bfefk mid Fimct we hare the Krri.tpt ritriety '
rTrT shown in thi markut, with a full lioe of
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We would particularly call the attention of tbe
Trade to thia branch of Ihe tmBine&H, aa we hare
tmitied the moflt competent nuaiwtarr. and are
prepared to fill all order, by the quantity or oth
erwise, at the ehorteet notice awl at the loweat
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
This Department Is now full of every variety of
seasonal) t goous in its line, ana we wouiu espe
cially iurite the attention of Merchants and Milli
ner, and the public generally, to its eaLaiHiuatJOU.
OUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT
Embrace everything in Its line, from the cheapest
Wool to ths richest Paisley.
The Hosiery Department.
A ftiU lins of rsa-ular make of EnclfKb and Gfr-
Ho, partienlsrly aiiftted to tbe City trade.
a mil stoca in tue jouoing ueparimeui.
We have a very fulll stock ot these goods, of onr
importation, paid for In gold at 33c. premium,
will sell them at wholesale or retail, 26 per
cent, less than any other house iu .Northern Ohia.
Besides a very extensive variety of
bave the entire production of two Woolen Mills,
whicu Were contracted for early In August, and
will enable as to jrive our customers an advantage
26 per cent., therebp savins: nearly 50 per cent.
their purchases, cither wholesale or retail.
We would Invite ths attention of tha Trade to our
immense stock of
Linen Goods, Irish Linens, Tow-
elings, Doylies, Crashes, Ac.
Of onr own Importation, paid for In sold at 32c.
premium, and will be sold 26 par cent, nndor the
usual prices, among which are splendid irisu Lin
ens at 60 cents, cheap at 76 ents, aud others in
WHITE MD LACE GOODS.
Of these Goods ws hare a full assortment In
Of all descriptions, Iran Linen to the richest Point
The areatest inducement, will be offered to t
Trade in thi. Department, which contains a fnl
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
Ticks and Stripes,
Flannels and Lliisey,
a. ii a ui s vwv win iw auaersoiu.
Kotice to Dealers
we now ooenpT three floors, strictly for Jobbing,
each 100x40 feet, which makes this house the lar
eest in the citv. and we can show a larmr .ri..t
of goods to the general tnsde than any other house
in tne ciate, ana at tne preseu. nine we will sell
mncn uuwr casiern jincH, u wnitn tbe at ten-
uon oi tne .raos is UiYited.
1. P. SHERWOOD
J 1ST KECE1VKD.
2 Cases Sondsdal Silesia,
1 " English . "
VTIiich will be sold at lowest market prices, at'
w U 8. MAN. V S.
01 It STOCK OF KEADI-MADE CLOTH
1X; ia thelsrKeat and varied, best Patterss.
aud most 'ubiooable Styles in ths city.
oell . HANH.
J. II. DeWITT & CO,.
ABE NOW OPENING THEIB
FALL AAD WIXTER STOCK
MEN AND BOYS' FINE
Goods made exnresslv for their trade, that will
be found folly etjual in material, style and work
manehip to the best Custom Work. The Tariety is
mrc, ami comprises all I ue usveiues t the
among which ate
Beaver, Tricot, Cloth & Cassimcre
Sack and Walking Coats,
BLACK FROCK COATS,
Black Fancy Casslmcre Pants Tests
ELEGANT BLACK AND XAKCT
SILK AXD VELVET VESTS,
BEAVEB, CHINCHILLA AND CLOTH
THE STOCK Or
Youth's & Bojs' Clothing
Is Try much enlarged. AH aee. from thrtw tn
twenty years old, can be fitted iu the best style.
THE (LOTH DENRTillENT
the largest in the city, comprising full lines of
French, Caston, Chinchilla and Tricot
French, English, Scotch and American
b's, Hilgt'r's, BiMey's and all the Tery best
makes of I
BLACK CLOTHS & DOESKIXS.
!eaut French Coating
every variety of color and weaving. These
Goods we are prep. red to make up to order in the
very lMst of style, having secured the best Cutter
be found in No York City.
JIEFS FlILMSIIIAG GOODS
JMKIINO, WOOL, AND SILK.
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, X'eck-TIes, col
lars, Skirts, Hosiery.
, TRAVELING BAGS, sic.
Gray's Patent Molded Collars,
TUE BEST IN USB.
J. fl. DeWITT & CO,
7 and 11 Public Square.
We have the pleasure of announcing the receipt
an entirely new stock of
EJiTLEMEiVS f LOTIILXG !
Elegant Cassimerc Coats,
SACKS. ENGLISH WALKING AND
NEW STYLES OF
Cassimere and Silk Mixed
BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
Also, a Largs Assortment ot
aney Negligee Shirts,
I'nder Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck ties,
Brown and White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, c
OUB STOCK OF
WILL BS SOLD LE!3 THAN COST, to make
room tor fan ana vt mtur uooas.
Iliar" Call and examine our Stock.
DAVIS, PEIOTTO is CO.,
OAK HALL CLOTEIKG EMPORIUM,
jvlf l'inn?r Water sod Superior street.
T.ATTlc; and RKNTT.EMKN; We Invite Vonr
attention totae LISJl A,U8 M I ATT Vi J . P.LAAT
This Vine is attracting the attention of the Amer
lean people, as an article of commerce as well as for
domestic use, and is likely td supersede ths most
Klaus or grape wine or drugged imitations bow in
use. Directions for cultivation and for tne making
of the wine, with the delivery of the plants. Tha
best time for plan tine them is in the fall, oeptem
har till November. The shiDoina of plants com'
mences on tbe 16th oi beptember, at ins rouowmg
low rates : ,
ft new vine tolahts (bulbs Terr finel ....n 90
J2 " S 37
'25 " " " " " " a Wi
p0 " " " " M 13 60
1U0 " " " M " " 26 00
New Ever-bearlne Strawberry, 12 strong plan
Iree by mail, 60 cents. Sent free by nisil for S3
contains. Pouble and Single Hyacinths, 25 D
ble and Siugle Tulips, 30 Crocus, 4 Narcfssu
Japan Lillies, 4 Iris, 10 Bannileo, 10 Aoemoc
Please send your orders early to secure plax
Aeent-i wanted in erery town. Address A V iR
NEMAN, Dayton, Montgomery county, O. Letter
bo ! . sepjsaw
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ill
Strip Tein, Columbiana and Chippewa
Office on C. P. B. R. Pier. Also, Office and Yard
at fcuchd street K. B. crossing. Coal oi a
Excellent Qualitv for
EillT'llJ a- A O I J T HTAVVS
D X IiAJUf Ua, UOA t-O, 1' w
Office or House Cse. Alao, ANTHRACITE COAL
In large or small quantities.
Orders reaDectfully solicited and promptly at
tended to. Coal for smithing kept constantly on
hand. - Terms caan. mayia:nj
mABlE AXD POCKET CrTIERT A
a. nne aeBOrtmeni. at ivnuMaw-D,
KlO 137 W.AIJ&SJSS5
2QQ DOLLARS rUEHUM 1
An ai n i i i ki . ai rt a f f v V W t. Ml
AFTER A LI OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
Fornifrlyof Npw York City, will pay one hundred
dollars for th proof that he ever fails to cure tin-above
namea aiHeaws. H will pay the name sum Tor tlie
proof thiitsuy othtT Physii iau in the United Status
treats the same tlua with i-iual suorvrtt.
After many jjRrB)f iaburi'n5 study and exprience
Vt i.iVwoniehapwr in bein able to antioanrt to tlie
unfortunate, tlkat ht has perfected a sysLeni of treat
TUB SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CCRE
of the above, and also all contagions diwases of the
Reproductive Ortrsus, with all bad e Beets arising
therefrom, including Gfnnntl
DEBILITY OR NERVOUS PROSTRATION.
He has succeeded incurme cases in this city, some o
whom had expended hundreds of dollars with self-
styled physicians, who proftts to tn-at all private
maladies with sncce, aud without receiving the
leant particle of be in lit.
Dr. Gibson does not boast that he Is a member of
some College in London or Paris, as perhaps some
others do for the Durixise of eiiniiariiic lht imtoCeut.
and who hold out ureat expectations, never to be
realized. But what lr r niiKht boaitofis this, that
be is able to iiveentire earintuction to those who re
pose confidence in his ability aud inttrity, and that
he has perfected an American ssteni of treMlm-nt
which challeuirea anv PhvaiciHii of London or PHa
any patent medicine, to eiial for tlie radical cure
seminal weaknvsti, and all diseases or derauee-
ment, botn mental anu pu'sicai, amiiig Hum sexu
al or aM-M ahnisM
Dr. (iibwm also claims for his new treatment the
following advantages over all others yet discovered.
And, iimt, the scents uswl are in no npect dis-
aureanie; neuses no reiirnoi tne aarx ages, such aa
Mercury, or any otner aeietenons urtie ; secomlly,
restriction in diet or buiueis is rinuirwl; third,
his treatment Is positive and certain in nil ratten II
stands prepared t o inlo any puhlic or private
nospnai in tne i niieo ."laicx, aim aeiiioiinirate the
immense superiority of his new treatment over any
other now known in the world, in point of prompt
ness, permanensy, mildness, safety and convenience
tne pa lien..
Dr GitMn is permanently located in Heveland,
and has durins tlie past five years performe many
cures of diseases which Lad for years resisted all
other modes of treatment. Referncfs ran ls eiv-n
toindividualp of the hrot respwt;tbilily in Lievelaml,
Boston. New York itnd otln-r cities, in regard to sk ill
and integrity in all prufettHinnal tranmactinns. Dys-
'psia, lalieitmatiriiu, rulula, all Uimiibus of the
rinaJT Orcans. aud all (Jhrouic Diseasea treatpH
with superior success.
aS Medicines sent to any Dart of the country, on
receipt of ten dollars.
Dr. Gibson's new work on Physiology for sale at
V It . W 1 BBU fl ,
PKovrasnB or Klicteopjtht and Midion.
Office H9Seneca street, a few doors from Superior.
stairs, opposite City Hotel.
a-Office hours from y to 1- and from 2 to So'clock
Daily (Snndays excepted). ja u 1 7
All Classes are Interested.
Farmers. DroTprs. Mecbants. Lumbermen. Me
chanics, Miners, Bankers, the rih and the pMr,
should ask themselves if the slightest Syphilitic,
so-called I'rirate Disease, taint is lingering in
Systoms, if so, the y should apply in person,
possible; if not possible in person, by letter.
receive by return mail a blank circular of
nee t ions, which will enable any one to know posi
tively just how they stand.
To the intelligent reader it Is not necessary to
publish the names of the many complication and
assumed by this terrible scuurfce, yet it may
advisable to mention as most prominent Hyphi
lis Primary, Syphilis Secondary, and Syphilis Ter
the later involving the bones in its deathly
Every one should know also, that many ef the
iost obstinate and worst Lucerateu Throats pro
from this cause, and will, if not properly
handled, ultimately result in 1hs or voire. Look
your true interest, and consult by letter, or ap
UK a UK HAKT'S
DITED STATES HOSPITAL,
Private Medical Dispensary,
JEFFERSON AVENUE, DETROIT, NICII.,
Near the Micbican Exchange Hotel.
every form of Syphilis and all other diseases
the procreative and urinary organs of both sexes
more successfully managed thau at any other
institution in this country. Kvory one
know that whilst "the si in litest constitution
contamination exists, marriaf is impojiitile, for
good reason th.it where ofTspring endues dixrase
nearly always entailed. This, therefore, is oau
the worst impediments to matrimony.
Suffering mentally and bodily from certain early
Improper practices, will find this a lipenry
there is no uncertainty about getting relief,
where every one of such canes are cured per
manently. No book published by nor issued from
institution by which the minds of the young
poisoned and they thereby ruined.
Married or single, requiring a Female Regulator,
enclose one dollar and three postage stamps,
by return mail they will receive, with full di
rections, the only reliable Female Regulator in use.
Regulator is fat becoming the favorite of
everywhere, simply because its action is mild
safe and can always be depended upuu in re
moving obstructions from colds and any other cause.
correspondence strictly confidential. Letters
consultation should contain one dollar and a
stamp for answer. Otlice and rooms ar
ranged that patients never see each other.
Consultation and services at the office, free to the
every Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 6 p. m.
and DUpensary open from 8 A. M. to Sr. M .,
except Sundays. All necessary surgical ope
Address : DR. DeHART,
Post Office Drawer f.25, Detroit, Mich.
Enclose two postage jt:t.nip aud send for circular
questions, and, if properly answered, inodicines
be sent to any part of the couutry. Remem
ber these cases must be cured or the worst conse
quences follow. m!':r4dw
KAUFMAN & BR0.
ft" T rail the attention of their enstomers
the public generally, to the fact that they have
removed from No. l'J Public Square, to their large
Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
250 SUPERIOR STREET,
connection with any other pln e in th city,
now work on better advantages low rents, not
the rents that other bave to pay. No
to manufacturers. AH these inducements
oner to our customers, wucmer
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
can assnre bargains in every style and snaps.
We make the
French Style of Corsets and the
Latest Mj ie or biuris.
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
SUPERIOR STREET, CP STAIRS.
'"Order. Ailed at short notice.
auK30 KAUFMAN BKO.
Go Buy Your
AT THE MANUFACTORY OF
Superior St., under tiie Aincrienn,
And save a Hornnd Profit. 1yl7
. 6tJCCtSS0BS 10 A. r, CR0SKIT,
Sole Distillers of the Celebrated
ALSO, DISTILLERS OF
"ALCOHOL, PURE SPIRITS,
Whiskies of all Grades
AND DEALERS IN
OFFICE I 51 SOI 'TH WATER STKKET,
P. O. Drmwor 6626. CHICAGO, ILL.
This belnff the chenpest Spirit market in tlie
nrirl wm invite the ftttt-tition of Dealers in lo-
tneatic Liquors to oar pxii, feelinfr asBared that
we can offrr tbem ,ecial . intact meiits.
We would call the particular attention of the
trade to our lULLAlUlAS wniru "'"
lation of Rye, Mslt. M ine and Italian Juuipor
Berries, and has all the properties and flavor of
thi- importp. article. wpu-aimitnj
French and Fanfy Steam Dye Works and Oeaumg
Establishment, Belridere farm, ut Cleveland,
and 96 Seneca street.
Omen 104 Senecm street, Cleveland, O.
I mean to make this the BKST DYE-IIOUSB IX
THE WE3T, and shall spare no effort to give satis
faction. 1 call the efrpecial attention of Gentlemen to the
JAiri.UVi.LI Itttlll.U Silt.!!.
Of CleauiniDg or Ee-dvinu ofmrtile-aj
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS
THE ACME OF PERFECTION.
It Feketsates the secret ambush of this terrlblt
disease, and exterminates it, root aud branch, for
It RrnoTts all the wretched symptoms of this
loathsome malady, and averts consumptioB.
It Cleans the head, dvodoriies tha breath, and
affords the most srateful relief.
It Alleviates mora agony and silent suffering
than tongue can tell.
It is Noted for curing; the most hopeless cases,
that every known means failed in.
Ir Curks Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh, of the
most obstinate and violent types.
No Form of Catarrh or noise in tha head can ra-
it its Dentratittir. Dower.
Dr, Goodale's Catarrh Remedy ts m harmless
liouid. inhaled from the palm of the hand.
T)a. R. Goodale is known tbrnnehout tha conn
trv. u the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatment and
Rapid Cure iu all its forms.
Da. Goodale's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
read by every one. it can ne ouuiinea a. onr near
est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to onr
Price si 00. fend a stamp for pamphlet.
C. R. PARKER. Sole Agent, 75 Bleecker street.
Sold by O. W. CLARK, Cleveland. feb8:H3
THERE IS 0 SICH WORD AS FAIL!
TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
Is a sure, certain and speedy core for all diseases of
the Bladder, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, eimer
Hale or eniale, trequentiy periorming a penec
cure in the short space of Three or Four days, and
always in less time than any other preparation. In
the use of TARRANT S COMPOUND EXTRACT
OF CUBEBS AN D COPAIBA there is ne need of
confinement or change of diet. In its approved
form of a paste, it is entirely tasteless, and causes
no unpleasant sensation to the patient, and no ex
posure. It is now acknowledged by the most learn
ed in the Profesion that it the above class of
diseases, Cl'BKBS and COPIABA are tha only
Two Remedies known that can be relied opoa with
any Certainty of Success. Tarrant's Com poo ad
Extract of I'ubebs and Cops it -a M.VKK FAILS.
Manufactured only by TARRANT A CO.,
278 Greenwich street. New York.
Sro1d by Druggists all over the World.
IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED.
CAT.L FOR A CIRCULAR, DESCRIBING
The symptoms of Catarrh, as they generally ap
pear, are at first very slight. Persons find that
they have a cold, that they have frequent attacks,
are more sensitive to tbe changes of tempera
ture. In this condition the nose may be dry, or a
slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards becom
ing thick and adhesive. As the disease becames
chronic, the discharges are increased in quantity
changed in quality; they are now thick and
heavy and are hawked or coughed off. The secre
tions are offensive, causing a bad breath ; the voica
thick and nnsal ; the eyes are weak ; the sense of
smell is leosened or destroyed; deafness fre
quently takes place. Another important and com
mon sy nip ton. of Catarrh is, that tbe person is
obliged to clear his throat in the morning of a
thick or slimy mucous, which has fallen down from
head during the night. When this takes place
person may be sure that the disease is on its
to the lungs, and should lose no time in ar
The above are but few of the many Catarrh sym-
single Bottle will last a Month To
be used three times a day.
BK. D. II. SEELYE & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois.
Laboratory at Fret-port, Illinois.
JOHN I. PARK
Old and young should use
B R O s
V FOB " S
It prevents or stops the Hair
from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
It i3 the best Hair Dressing and
Preservative in the world.
IRON AND NAILS.
Xcrwln St., and 5 1 J on the Sock.
CLEVELAND WAREHOUSE Of TUB
Eade Iron & Nail Works.
CLEVELAND WAREnUloJS OJ
WOLrE, HOWARD & C'O.'S
EXCELSIOR GLASS WORKS.
WHOLESALE AGENCY OF
Hiawatha Xut and Bolt Works
WROUGHT IRON GAS PIPE AND
EAGLE 1K0X AXD XAIL WORKS.
,o -y-H CALVIN CARR.
IKON AXD iNAILS.
CLEYELAXD, M0W3 & CO,
Xos. 29 and 31 Mcrwln btrcet,
n. ctr.vtt.AKO, bowi, wwiu a co.
tleelanil O. Youugatown, O.
Wsnnractnreri snd Wholessls Dealer, in
Ear, Boiler, Itoftp and Sheet Iron
HAILS, CUT AND WROUGHT SPIKES,
HOT AND COLD PRESSED NUTS AND WASHERS,
Cast and Spring Steel, Glass, c.
Iron Dealers, Bsilroad and Mining Companies,
Ship and Bridge Builders, Machinists and Manu
facturers, who desire a quality of Iron that will
gie entire satiafsction, are respectfully requested
to fsror u. with their ordersi which shall alwsja
comuiand our prompt and car-fni attention.
Kefi r to Businea. Men and Bankers generally.
MOX A3D JiAlIi WAREHOUSES.
K,w. Bl, (S3, BSa 67) CLEVELAND, Tfom.
Birer Street. I imiu. (w
Wholesale Agency for tha sale of
Shocnberger's Juniata Sails,
Hammer-made Horseshoes, Shoenbericer'. Common
Sheet Iron, blioeulierger's B. G. Sheet
made from Juniata Iron, Shoenoerger s Juniata
piuf. Jniiiatn Nnta. Smiara and Hexagon.
Alao Bar Iron, Window Glase, Extra Berea
r:Pi...uti.r.. Ar.. st MminfartnreiV price. feM7
EYE AND EAR.
DR. J. B. McCONXElI-'S
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY,
233 fil'PEKIOR HTKEsVI,
DISSOLUTION. The partnership nere
tofore exiBting between Henry B. CaatU and
R B. UOOglSS, unoer t uiu, u.ju.,vi
DOUGLAS A CO., Is tliia day dissolved. The bu
ines.of ths late firm will be settled bv H. B. Css
-TI I5T1TK THE iniSI 10 OF
tha Public to ths awriuofeur Two Wort 4-tatawm-
ad Preparation., known aa
con dough torn,
COE'S DYSPEPSIA tRE.
Ths om a Mrs, af and sppsdy cars for
I.ii n jr Complaints
The othsr a Puaitlra Cars for
In it. worst stag-s, and s
That originate in m
DISORDERED STATE "
STOMACH OR BOWELS
We warrant both of theai in mrtry iue tance, where
onr direction! are followed.
enroa Dyspepsia poaitiT-
enres tbe inoet Tiolent
attacks of croup in either
tta or young.
carMS indite t ion antioon-
tipation in ever case.
uures the wornt colds
surely and speedily.
enrea distreaa after eating
.cures sora throU and
Honess of tbe cneet and
iweftf-n's the ttomacb,
purine th breath, and
instantly piom aournrs,
Ira res hoarsestrse and
acidity and rmiog of food.
tickling in tba throat.
cures eick headartie.
relieves a consumptive
knetMl at the itomach,
jcoQjrh aa soon aa it is
and paina or cholic in the
'cures influenza, asthma.
creates an appetite and and ail bronchial affec
gives vticor anu strength
tbe wboie system.
Is the largest bottle in
cures flatulency, weak-
tha world for the price,
therefore not onlv the
and general debility:
makes tbe weary ambi-
best, but tha cheapest
tons, the feeble stromr.
the debilitated healthy
for it enables the patient
Over One Million Bottles
take plenty or beaitbv
food, which is tha parent
are sold annually, and
the people all pronounce
it the best cough prepar
ation they ever need.
allows yon to eat a hearty
meal without iear ot ais-
ress afterward, for it
ill stop u as soon as it
Is warranted to give sat-
Taction, or tne money
No family can afford to
preparation, contains no
opiates, no poison, notn
lug hurtful, but acts
prom pt ly , surely and im
mediately. in tha house, ready for
The bottle holds mora
the best remedy In the
orltl for Dvnoepeia, In-
diKestion, 8ick Headache,
Heartburn, fever and
than any other at tba
eue, H au sea at Stomach .
aud, in fact, alt diseases
pains in the stomach
lb medicine Itself is
warrantedsupbrior to all
SoM by Druggists ev
Sold by Druezista ev
erywhere. Price ONE
DOLLAR per hpttle.
C. G. CLARK & CO, Propr s,
Now BaTsn, Conn.
DEM AS, BARNES CO.,
Mo. a Park row.
IT. C. WELLS at CO.,
No. 115 Franklin street.
H. B. HEMB0LD,
Ko. 694 Broadway.
Betailed by all Drnggiats In tha city and country.
.yoii's Periodical Drops,
The Great Female Remedy
Thess Drops are a scientiScally compounded laid
preparation, and better than any pills, powder, or
nostrum.. Being liquid, their action la direct and
positise, rendering them a reliable, apeedy and cer
tain specific for tha cars of all obstructions and
luppresstonl of Matnra. '
Their popularity is Indicated by tha met that
oTer 100,000 bottle, an annually sold and consumed
by ths ladies of the United State., and srery one
of them .peak ia ths atrongeat terms of praia. of
their great merit.
They ars apeedily taking ths place of srery other
female remedy, and are considered by dealers, coa
umsrs, physicians, and all who know aught of
them, a. ths aurest, safest and moat infalliable pre
paration in th. world for th. cure of all female
complaint., th. remosal of all obstruction, of Na
ture, and tha promotion of health, strength and
Explicit directions, stating when they may bs
nsed, and axplaining reason, why and when they
should not b. used without producing results cos
trary to th. course of Katnre's chosen law, will be
found carefully folded around sack bottla with tho
signature of Dr. J0HS L. LYON, woosH which.
sons are genuine. They ar. prepared at tho
laboratory of JOHN L. LY0N.M. P., Bo. 96 Cha-
pin street. New Hasan, Conn., who ram be consult
ed either personally or by mail (inclosing .tamp)
concerning all private diseases and fcrnala weak-
C . CLARK AXO CO.
I Gen'l Ag'U for United State and Canada.
For tale in New York by
DEMAS B ABNES A Co.,
No. 21 Park Bow,
T. C. WELLS A Co.,
No. 115 Franklin street.
H. B. HELM BOLD,
No. 994 Broadway'.
CHAS. S. CBITTENTOR,
So. 31 Sixth Avenue.
And all Druggist, and Apothacark In the city and
8TB0NO A ABMSTRONG, Agent., Cleveland, 0.
CLJSTELA.B,C0Ll HB18 Jt tLMlSXAn
a , !f and afisr Mnn.I.. October 23, IKS,
ger TraiL. wlii'lcare Cisselsnd as follows
hiTr.;rlUi M j i vflVNATI EXPBI8
toppintc at Brrea, Graft"S, W sllington, lsw
LonJon, SlK-lbr, Crestline, Gallon, Ioarla,
Gilsad, Csrdington, Ashley, Deiswara. and
WorthiDRtoo, arrisiog at Columbu. at l:a
P. M., CiiH.ii.nati i.M V M.. Indianapolis,
9:3U P. M., -l.Lt.so t,. ( r.tline, 11:1 t- H.
2d Train 2:4S P. M.-aEW VcjttK A WtST
WS EXPRESS, stopping at Berea, Oraf
son, Wellington, Sew London, aed all sta
tions south of Nt.-w London, arriTing nt
olumhu. at 9St P.M., tiu.mn.ti 4:l A.
M., Oliicsgo, Tin Crt-stline, b to A. M.
3d Train 4.IJ 1. Bf . tSALIox PAsSEN'OEB,
- sts at all stations, arriTing at Gallon st
tl.-W P. M.
4th Train 0:30 P. M. SIIIT SXPRES8, stop
ping at Grafton, Htllinston, h.w Lonoi o,
tilwlbj, Crestline, Gallon, Uilrsil, C.rding
tou, and llelawsre, arriing st Colnmhns at
3:4A A. M iHncinnati 9:) A. M., lnulann
pohs fcfciis) M., Chicago Tia trsatlina, lm
Trains learo Cblnmbas at KB",4-."''' .
and 11:35 r. . Arrirs si - .e.
is.. t. it.. :1oa. sr.
ISBIANAITOLIS ANU Wt.TE
8ben.wg.ndn.lt.. Mansfield Kewara n..roa.
to Mansfield, Jli.
Tbe 6rt and fourth Trains make diren , cou
m iiii u ... for all points on
STlW-ui Great Western B.U-
Galion'BeVfonfain. B.ilroad Line foj J Ma
rion, Bellefontaine, Sidney, I nion. SJuncia,
Imliinap..!!., Torre Haute, Viucennea leans
sille, Louisrille, Cairo, St. Louis, .
Delswsre-lwith Spriiife-neld Brsnch tor P"n?'-
Cvlnmhus Little Mii Columbus aud Xeuis.
Bailrosd, for Xems, iavtou, Indianapolia.
Terre Haute, St. Louie. Morrow, Iceland,
aud Cinrinnati, and with tho Ohio and HiM
issippi Railroad . n R,
Cincinnati for 4ouiailK EransTille, tiro,
Louis, snd all poiuts on the Ohio Biier.
Columbus Central Ohio Bailroad for
Zaneaeille, W h-eling c; Columbus at tn
dian.poiis Central Railroads for Piiina, I r-
- i?o'riaet. to all potut. and information ap
ply at tha Paasi nger ttatiou, and at tha Lnion
Tisket Office, H7 superior street. -
E. 8. FLlTt
Cleveland, Oct. 24, 1815. Superintendent.
ISO. WINTER ABBAJ.OaJts.3i. i
ON and after Monday, Oct. 23d, Passenger
j"L w?U run as follows, (Sunday excepted):
A. M.JiEW Y0KK SXp""-Stoppln at
KinsBville and l.iraru, M H,.ff.,
at !ri6 A. M., Dunkirk 11:40 A. M., Bull.l.
1:10 P. M.. .New York 7:00 A. M. and Boston
at 3:50 P.M. . . , .
:S0 A. M. DAY EXPRESS THAI J
A.htabula, (,'onn.aut and Girrd only and
arri.e at Erie at l.M T. m.,, PDkJtrk,,f
., BuBalo S:20 r. M., New York at 12:00 M..
Boston 3:50 F. n.
3:20 P. M- CINCINNATI II"'"'
Stopping at Paiuesvilie,
only, and arri.e at Erie :26 r. m Dnnsirk
H.dw. M., Bnnalo 1: r. St., New lork
3:4." T. Boeton 4.o5 r. w.
3:3a P. M. MAIL AND Aiwixviiaiio.ir
Stopping at all stations, ano "
7:.V r.n. . ... ,
P. M. NIGHT EX PRESS TKAlfioppin,
at Pain.Tille, A.litahula ano ""'
and arrises at Erie i i. M., Dunkirk 2:47
A. ., Budalo 4:M A. M., New York IV.ii r.
11., Boston Il:o0 r. at.
1:00 A. M. STEAMBOAT IiriiKS 1 , " T
Stopping at Girard, couneaui, muu... ....
Paiueille only, and arrirea at CleseUnd at
6:l5 a. .
3:35 A. H. NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Stop
ping at Girard, Ashtabula and 1-aiue.Tiii.
onlv. and arrives at c'levelwnd at 7:10 i. .
8:13 A. M. MAIL AND ACCOMMOOAllUn k
TRAIN Stopping at au eiauuos auu
at Clevelnnd 10:20 a. St.
10:15 A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS TRAIN Stop-
Eingatall atations except awanvuie, cj
rook, L'nionville, Perry, Mentor and Wkk
lifle. and srrivi-s ut 'lei land at 2:16 r.
60 P. M. DAY EXPKKSS TRAIN Stopping at
Girard, t'onneant, Ashtabula anl rainesvuis
only, and arrives at Cleveland 8:60 p. at.
Second Class Cars are run on all through
All the trains going westward connect at ueva-
land with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Columbus,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, etc., and all
through trains going csstwaru connect ar win
kirk with the trains of tlio Erie Bnilway; and at
BufTalo with those of the New York Central A
Erie Bailroails for New York, Albany; Boston,
Niagara Falls, Ac, and at Erie with traina on tha
Philadelphia A Erie Bailroad. for Corry, Titussilla,
Hole Citv and the great Oil Rt-Rious.
WDay Express East aud West, connect, at
Girard with traina on Erie A Pittsburgh Cuilroad
Linesville, M.-ad. ille, Jsmestown, Ac.
H. NOTTINGHAM, buperinlenuenr.
Cleveland, Oct. 32, 115.
Change of Time, October Oth,
ATLANTIC & GREAT WEST'N RAUWAT.
The oolj Unbroken Broad buase Bonto
TO THE EASTERN CITIES.
fTTWO Trains Daily Leave Cleveland, from tha
Atlantic A Great Western Depot :
DAY EXPRESS.- 9:20 A. M.
Arrive in New York..
1:00 P. M.
8:35 P. M.
Arrive in New York 10:30 P. M.
Train, arrive at Cleveland at 7:46 A. St., and
60 r. a.
Trains for Yonngatown leave Cleveland at 6:40 A.
., and 2:46 r. M., arrive at Cleveland 0:55 A. St.-
8:60 p. at.
This is tlie only direct route to tha Ou Regions
Passengers by the 9:'Jl A. w. axpresa Trsm- din
Meadviile, and Sleeping Car at Salamnnca.
Passengers by tlie 8:36 p. Jt. Axpress train, esc
Bleeping Car at Cleveland.
The Night Express leaves Sunday night, mstsad
Saturday night. All other trains daiiy, Sun
.Connects at aieadvllle. Tor oil city, franklin.
Corry, and ail points in the Oil Bastion, of Penn
sylvania. Passenger, by this route bave ample time (30
minutes), at regular hours, for meals, and make
New and eleean Sleeping Coaches are attached to
for all mlormatlon and f nrongn rirsets. please.
nolT at the Depot of the Atlantic A Gnat West-
Railway, or at the L'niou Ticket Oflicv, under
Omuibu.se. will rail for passengers, by leaving
direclioua at the above offices.
D. McLAREN, Gen'l Sup't.
B. P. rrtT.ER. Pen. Ticket Agent.
st TOLEDO BAILH0AB.
ON and after Monday, Sept. lbth, 18CS, traina
will leave Cleveland daily a. follows (siutdays
.UU A. M. CHICAGO f.APKS, stops at Berea,
Grafton, Oberlin, Wakeman, Norwalk, Mon
roeville, Bellevue, Clyde, k'remont and El
more and arrives at Toledo at 12:40 p.
Chicago at 11:00 p. w.. and Detroit 6:30 p. a.
W P. M. WESTERN MAIL Stops at all sta
tions on Southern Division, and arrive, at
Toledo at 7:30 p. ., Chicago 6:46 A. ai., and
Detroit at 10:30 p. .
30 P. M. NORTHERN MAIL Stops at all sta
tions on Northern Division and arrives at
Sandusky at 7:10 p. m.
10:00 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS Stops at Grafton
Norwalk, and Fremont, and arrive, in Toledo
at 2:30 a. ., Chicago at 12:36 r. a., and D
troit at 6:00 A. St.
Connections are made at Honrosvilla with tba
Sandusky, Manafield A Newark Railroad; at Sandus
ky With Dsyton A Cincinnati Railroad; at S remont
with ths Fremont A Indiana Railroad ; and at To
ledo with lbs Michigan Southern A Northern In
diana and Toledo A Wabaah Bailroada for Chicago,
Detroit, Jackson, Fort Wayne, Logansport, Lafay
ette, Cairo, Alton, St. Louis and ail point. West,
Northwest and Southwest.
Trains arrive in Cleveland from Toledo and th
West at 9:20 a. a., 2:20 p. a., and 8:40 p. a. From
Sandusky at 9:15 a. a. L. D. BICKER,
Cleveland, gept. te, ie.-. Superintendent.
Icon. bLMMLB ABRANGLMEN i. leoo.
ON and after Monday, May 16th, 1S66, Train,
leave Cleveland daily (Suuday excepted) a. fol
:00 A. . MAIL Arrives at Pittsburgh 4:00 p.
a.; Harrieburgh 2:30 a. a.; Baltimore 7:00 A.
a.; Wsshiugton 10:36 a. a.; Philadelphia
:5o a. a.; New York in 00 a. a.; Wheeling
8:00 p. a. Cennect at Hudson with C. tt. i
C. B. B. for Akron and Millersburgh.
:30 P. M. EXPRESS Arrives at Pittsburgh
9:15 p. a.; Harrieburgh 7:0 a. a.; Baltimore
12:20 p. a.; Washington 4:40 p. a.; Philadel
phia l40r. a.; Nsw York 146 p. a.; Woi
6:311 A. a. .
S:40 P. M. ACCOMMODATION For Hnuson ano
Intermadiate Biatlons, unyaboga " -
rt.n and MHLraburgh, eonnertlng at OrrvilM,
P. Ft. W. A C. Railway, tor Canton, Massil
lon, Wooster and Mansfield.
Cars rnn through from Pittsburgh to New York,
(via Allentown) without change.
ssiartw tow - "j anj 1 1 1L -asaTThrough
ticketa can be proi-ured at th. colon
Ticket Office, Weddell House, at the Depot, or at
the Euclid Street Station.
J. U. Utlf.ntl ,. 'nr"U"w-
SAFES AND SCALES.
United SUte' fAandcJw-
rtuM. Oyer l'W Tntic
kdaptttl to Tery bosiacM.
(AIX A!t T PLASTin.)
wmir TtrRGLAR AND DAMP PROOF, over SO
diflerent Sixes and Style, for Counting Bouses,
Dwellings, Ac. auo,
Forsyth's Vf arehonse Trucks. Ccpylns
Presses, Suar Mills, 4c.
FORSYTH A HOUGH,
General Western Agents,
feb??-R TT Water street, ci..v..Und.
COWLES CO. HATE TIIE BEST
assortment of SOLID SILVER WARE in thj
city All oar Plain Ware is made by ns
parties wishing their own silver mads up "J"