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JOe, Prcmrtetors of the K. York KwutfAwi
my have iaNinMd, regar.U.-e of expense ,r
... rr (for to. Wt of ..awing hunfu"V Vod
Ppr-.,o. of ,,u.ekery four of their
Ming and matraouve Lertiiree'en M..
ft. DisoualincWlons. Serr.r.'.rS thrTSLtu1
11" J "- thousands, and wiU la.
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KaTTHK BRIDAL CHAMBER. An
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wr aid reliable treatment for Disease, of
in. urinary aad Sexaal SjiUu. Sent fro. in
ealed .BvW'jpe,. Addrass ftr. J. lUIUI. Houghton,
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FOR STORE THAU TAVEXTT
years M.VTHawr .angTIAS HAIR .DYE tiaa
Mood the r-st f trial, and k cauataatly increasing
ia public favor.' :
THE VENETIAN HAIR DTCUIIn beat and
chr.- m.V-. rot price jtUy .Tiw-orrts, and ttieb
bottie coutaiaedmttrtae.autrlyr dy. in tho.
asuellv aoid for tl .
TMIi-HAjB PYBitanTrlaetured by a peculiar L
f " - i - ' . i ' .r a ii mnnsieir superior la Buy
T in market.. Being- cclftrpiete in' owe botll., aw
preparation is required, which greatly aimplene.
the application.. ' ' i ..
Ui Lela-H-THIS DTK yon avoid that irsrr.
x-ba. atppeai i. by which dyed-hair and wliie.eM
ara'eo readily mrogniaed, wiieu u inferior artida
aa Been useu, aa it produces a perfectly natural
color of any shade that ia required, from rich
brown to a jetty, lustrous black, that will not iiaut
crock or stain the nothing. Invest 75 cent", and"
5 on win baoonvlBoaa. butd 03r.ll' dJraggittt and
ancy tiooda I alert.
A. I. MATHEWS, Manufacturer. N.'T-. '
DF.MA8 BARNS at CO., -New; York, Wholn.nl.
Agents. m s-pl.r.:IU
Tp ' attmopt' to fimnHtrnt the
nrna i fold cflta of the Aboyn
r xooin ana rar Acne, spinal uora-
'Tifn.' nafrt - Hvafdjan N-aa.. I k-
litr, Loti of Slp. Pftins in Blcnstr nation, and
thf most reliable tMtimoniaU in aiy pMNtaewiioii, to
which all are Invited to inspect, would exliau.it
time and patience, and wbica a confidence to ttwt
will perfectly jnetilj. . .
Knw (Wlmrf. purely a nerrons complain t, it pej-1-tQf
reiieTed in Bintit Tjoleut attacks with tl'wn of
3ft to 46 drope e-h half hour. lUliaf and slevp
will follow the econd or third doe.
Tft Sold l j all WhoUal and Retail Dealers in
Jh IIuftneweir, Troprietor,,
rl:dw:iw 9 Commercial Wharf, Borititn. Mnki.
STATE FIRE ISIRACE CO.
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO,
Invested In or fully secured by Arst-cUa.
Mortgages, Bonds aud Stocks.
E. P. Morgan, ;' W.'vTt Wright,
BIP. Mrera, Hr. T. T. Seelye,
J. H. I'nderwood, Dr. W". 8. Strcator,
J. B. Meriam, Darius AdHius,
Loren Prentiits, A. X. Batclielder,
II. K. Remolds, J. P. Stanard,
T. K.-Beckwitli, - - . J. O. Griswold.
. : ' orriCKBB:
E. P. W0T10AN, Preident.
K. P. MYKRS. Vice President.
J. H. VXDERWOOD, Secretary.
J. B. MERIAM, Treasurer.
A. N. BATCli ELDER, General Agent.
WT-Offlce in Rouae's Block, comer of Superior St.
and Puldic Square, t'levelnd, Ohio. niyl-R4
SIN FIBE IXSl'RAXCE COJITLVi,
OFFICE 178 SUPERIOR STREET.
' - - DIRKCTOtlS: - .
Ftfllman Witt, - - - Jantes Muaon, ,
E. I. Baldwin, -' H. M. Cliaf-in, .
Jno. F. Warner, G o. Wortliiugton.
Ucnry liarvey, 0. A. Brooks,
W. B. Guyles.
" PTILLMAW WITT, Pres'dent.
H. M. CHAPIN. Vice President.
K. C. ROI'SE. Secretary. mli:iTtn.
CHARTER OAK LIFE IAS. CO.,
OF HARTFOBD, COSM.
, ASSETS... v...... fl.SUO.OOO.
ORGANIZED 1850. " CHARTER PERTETCAt,
J. C. WALKLEY, Pres't.
HAYIiEV A- DOUGLAS, (Jen'l A Rents,
loft Superior atraet. i'lereland.
acTAgeiits ai'pointed and good inducements of-;
rwuway. w. 1 J
W. B. BFNKBU, J. A. M AM'llEriTEB,
- KINSEILS & MANCHESTER,"
(Succeaaors to Jndd Ens worth.)
ill SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND,
Represent the following well known and pupula
Companies : . ' i
Ins. Co. of North America, ?l,T.Tn,O0O. 1
Kew England t245,io Albany City 27R,J
I.aniar ... "2,f Putnam vi,ihi
Hope 180,000 Western Mass.- zwi.uol
, Jnlatid navigation risks on Hulls and CarKoes.
waLosse. aljusted .ud promptly Iid at this
thikaffi - -ii'i'':' ;
' L. D. HUDSON, !
General Fire, Marine & Ins. Ag'ti
- Oalua, Oriatt's Exdiaues, foot Paperior Street,
CLEVELAND, OHIO. j
Buckeye Mutual Ins. Co., Cleveland, Assets.!
' Ohio, (Fire and Marine) p. 8 i45,14.
Market Fir. " " 4U,7J
Fulto. Fir. " 2m,!i!4
Norwich Fire Ins., Co., Norwich, Conn., 4i'-V-!H
Korth Western " Oeweno, N. Y., 240.77 ,
New York Life " New York 3,e4,7
Phoenix Marin. Ins. Co. of Brooklyn N. f
Y., cash tsp.UI l.OOe.Oflp
losses Promptlj Adjusted and Talii
Part'cular attention giTen to the mliustment df
Marin. Loaae.. L. D. HUDSON, I
Ag-'ttt and Adjuster, f
Cft. O. A. fl.AFnarw. Marine In.peotor. felsRJB j
Wholesale Si Retail
MORGAN, ROOT & (
" ' Our atock la lurp and vnriH comprininfr, evert--'
thing used by Milliners. We invite their espec&l
attention to r,.ii ' . . j
Ladles, Missed aiid Children's
, - Hats and Turbans, j
In "Glensary," VNellle Grant," "Bocky Tolnt,"
and "Standard." All new stylo.. AUo, a tory
elect Hsortaient .f
... - i
From which Milliner, can select the newest and
moat desirable styles, at reasonable prioea. .
WE HAVE !
nlLl - I .11 U-IJtlia and f 1 1 1 . D ! -
aiVVUOD SO w.a . - -" " j
cubs th vnrlptlea used hv Milllnpfs.
laces and Blonds In great profuslsn,
Trenrh Flowers, choice and beautlfol,
. American Flowers, Terr cheap, ' j
Bonnet Ornaments In variety or Style,
Ostrich Flames, also cheap varieties,
Eldd's Bonnet Frames, the best made.
WaofT.ceT.ry Inducement to th. Wliolesale tnd
Betail Trade, in Tariety and beauty of styles, and
oar FK1CK0 SHALL BK IUH LOWESI PuSbl
, BLE. For Baxgaijia aro to ,
aeuZt-Z-' MORGAN, ROOT k CO. 3.
SUPERIOR -BORIXG TOOLS,
. MANUFACTURED AT
BOSTON MACHINE SHOP, ; -
OTTER rJTBEET, FRANKLIN, PA.
- Agency for the .ale of Messrs. J. C. Hoadley
Co.'s and 12 horse-power Portable Engine..
avaV Repairing promptly attended to.
The 5ew Steam Fine Cleaner ;
Attached t. Boiler, at . low price. "
Little Giant" and Wood Alann Emrlnea for
al cheapo wta Z7
Zenas Kent's Estate.
NOTICE hcby given that the under
signed were on the Kith day of October, A. D.
Iati6 dujy appointed and qualified aa Administra
ton'en th. Estate of Zenas Kent lata of the Til
U of Kent, In th. county of Portage and Stat.
3y T. L."4 if. C; Basit, their Attyi. c23:
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SPECIAL NOTICES. DAILY LEADER.
[Written for the Cincinnati Commercial.]
Mr. Nasby Has a most Horrible Vision.
Saists' Best, (wich U in the
Stata of Too Gerey, Oct 16.18U5.
last nita, weary mnd disgusted with
raidin cleckshun returns, 1 picked tip a
volum uv Carnmell's Poems, and red that
splendid peese, "The Last Man." : Cam-
" a poick ther aiirt no doubt n v it.
' - wv partial irioiuie? atrrtTn partlao)
I fcan whop him on the sublime, but, on
the pathetic, I ackooliidge him, -e my
eoopcrior. Bo that ei it waj-t the poem
made a impression on uV'ntiud, with is
yrwi mat tner is suthin into it, and my
mind wuz a dwellin onto it ez I sunk into
slumber. . -
' Ez yoosual I hed a dream, and Bich
dream mar I never hev np-in.
Ithan tlie epideruick, wich is noW Ao
vunm Europe, lied struek Moo York. F
a time it struck all cln.oa. The proud
Oaucasheri, the hidjus nipger, the noble
red inan nvi Uie forest, the- almond-eyed
Chin, bo, all, alL fell afore the ruthless de
stroyer. But, at 'last, it abated.. axcent an
the Die-rcr wuz concerned. The
White man wuz spared, so wuz the Iujin,
mmiue vninese, out, among us Alnltioi,
it raged with redoubled . fury. , O, it wuz
ca-utlun ! . The planter looked abroad, and
lb ! tlie stalwart feeld hand; wich wuz tenth
31,500, wuz a cold corpse, and the feeld
Wuz unplowed. Agin he looked, and alas I
the brawny wench, wich allurs bore him a
piokriiiiny'wiL'li wua wuth $200'eaoon z
Wt-aned, wunst per year, and by a little
eitra whippin, did a full year's work, wuz
prostrate in the cold embrace uv death.
Agin ae looked, and wo to hiafi ! the octo
roon, for wich ho paid 82.500. and whose
girl "babies he could sell ia Noo Orleans z
Soon ez they wuz 16 for $3,000, on akkount
their bavin his blood in their rains, wuz
lorn from his lovin grarp by tha stronger
hand uv disease, andwuznt wuth a cop
per for any purpus.
The Democricsy bekum alarmed. The
indefatigible leaden whispered : " The
hipger is fadin away ! spwin h bekums
extinck !" Whereupon a consultation uv
head men . wiu held.. In view uv the
Crisis, a pair OHe male and wun female,
Kuz selectid and examined by : a conmiit
uv expert examiners in life insurance
companies. They wua pronounced per
feck ppecimers entirely sound and free
from disease. These two wuz locked up
a room, in a healthy locashcn, and
twenty-fiiur uv the most eminent physi
cians of the country wuz detailed one to
with them wun hour uv -each dav,
hat, in ca?o the disease struck em, the
remedies might be towunst applied, that,
from these two, the race misfit be prono- ,
'gated, and the cappj'tle uv the party be
preserved. 1 ' '
But all to no purpose. The last nigger
the Younittd States perished, -and,
finally, these two were struck,' and, not
withstandin the precautions adopted they
There wuz a season Naclier synipa
hyzed with the party in its afflicshun.
heavens wuz clothed with leaden-col-pred
clouds athort which, ever and anon,
flashed gleams uv luorid lite. Low-voiced
thunders muttered oininusly, and birds
letis ran howlin o'er the fields.
Dray horses fell dead unon' the' stonv
streets, and wild beasts rushed frantickly
from their coverts, and snapped foorioiu-Iy,
madly, at whatever came in their way.
The last uv the Afrikins were layin
prostrate in the hall. Fornandywood en
tered, and, ez he seed em, he busted into
'Farewell." truhhed he. "a lone-
farewell, last uv a cussid raco! You wuz
tower uv strength ; yon wuz our cor
ner stun ; on yoo We bilded. Hatred uv
gaVe uie the Irish vote uv 2ioo York.
how cheering it wuz to see them lambs
yer heads, nd innocently hang yoo
to lamp posts! But you'm gone
you'rri gone and licntz4th life's a blank
me. Farewell, vain' world! for wat
life without a nigger!" and seizin a
jack-knife ho saw stickin out the nigger's
pocket, he stuck it into his stummick, and,
across the deceast Afrikins, expired
peacefully. . ....
Franklin Peerso approach.. "Alas!"
art thou gone ? Too troo, thou ait ! 1
me thou wurt lovclyl iwas thou,
that made me President ; thy woolly
wuz my steppin-stun to place and
power! Ihou wast my right bower, mv
and ace! if I wuz a Democratic
Sampson, thou wast the hair wich the De
liler, Death, hez sheered orf. Fernandy,
kum ! I kum !" and seezin the jack
knife from his hand, he plunged it into
bowels, fullin across Fernandy.
Vallandygum approached. "I too,
say farewell," sed he, kissin thcir cold
features, "for thou wast my anker. Thou,
who made me Congressmen thou
nie, and hate uv thee gave me $30,
in ten cent pieces when I wuz in
Canady. Do I want to go' to Congress
No! no! not I sliood be dumb,
the main-spring uv my elokence lies
and, tukin the jack-knife, he im
mersed it in his bowels, aud fell across
Old Jeemes Bookannon, and Voorhecs,
Brite, and Florence, and, in fact, all
leaders uv the party, JNorth, to the
number uv sutliin over 2'JO, kum tip, and,
uiakin a short orashun, stuck their
6elves with the jack-knife, fallinc across
other, as cordwood is piled. Finally,
ii u aooiy i oweu to tne party
foilcr soot. Seezin tho ' jaek
knife, I made mv orashen (wich was
!) and was about to sever my intes
tines, when I seed a quart bottle stickin
uv the nigger's pock it. Drawin it 4th,
pulled the cork. Ulorv! it wuz whisky I
sucks and it wuz cone the room spun
and I fell senseless on the top uv
pile uv ded Democrats.
Jest then Horrig Greely cum in. " Be
Democrisy," sed he, " ex it wuz in
beginnin, so it is in the endin. Nig
at the bottom, whisky at the top, and
stick in the middle," and holdin his nose
shambled out of the room.
awoke in a cold sweat, happy to find
it was only a dreem ; that the nitrcer
iiveu in an uis cussnoou, anu mat wa
PETROLEUM V. NASBY.
Late Paster uv the Church uv the Keo
M. Bismarck and the Actress.
A good story iconiing to us from Ischl,
where II. de Bismarck was .pending
few daj-8 previous to hia start for Biarrile.
So was also Mdlo. L , a most charming
actress, celebrated alike for her geniut ana
the rigid correctness of her conduct.. :The
Minister and actress met on the public
walk ; the former recognized the favourite
of last season, joined her, and a conversa
tion ensued which continued till ho found
himself at the door of a photographer's
chalet. " M. de Bismarck did not quit his
agreeable companion, but suddenly the
photographer from under his black yeil
rushed out and requested the Prussian
Minister to stand somewhat on one side,
"as otherwise," he explained, "the
person of your Excellency will appear in
in the picture nigh to that of the prima
donna. Mademoiselle," exclaimed the
terrified diplomatist, retreating precipi
tately. "O, pray remain where you are;
the photograph is intended for the fiance,
suul he will be so much flattered ..by the
honor,'' &e. -M. de Bismarck -could not
refuse, and thus it happens that the Prime
Minister and the Italian cantatrice appear
in the same carte de visile. The absurd
part of the -story is, that , the Prussian
police, imagining that Xhe result had been
obtained by cutting out the separate por
traits of the personages with a malicious
intent, having seized the copies Bold at
Berlin, notwithstanding which the photo
graph has reached Paris and is to be pur
chased on the Boulevards. London Daily
Sews. . , '
President Johnson said in on. of his
speeches soon after tho" 'assassination of
Mr. Linooln : -as morcy has been slain j
we must be careful that justice is not slain
also." Four millions of Black Americans,
faithful to the Union in its years of peril,
cry up to us from the South not to let the
National justice be slain. The cry should
be heeded as from a prophot of (iod. The
nation that slays its justice lets out its life.
Swift is Heaven's retribution upon the
politics tbat oppress the poor and Ireak
faith with the slave. JV. Y. TribKHf.
The Chroniijue Murieale of Paris has
discovered a coincidence between the chol
era and the production of a new opera by
Meyerbeer. In 1832 the epidemic fol
lowed the first performance of Robert, ifi
1849 it came with the Prophete, and in
1854 with t Etoil du Kord.. And now in
18C5 we have I Afrieaine. Is the eholera
really on iu way ? - .
Mothers, Put Your Children to Bed.
n lisilnir "l""'"''
In the first place, I
to be self-denial to ,''Te thcir P"?" "r
nresiaes, or wors, to put lueir ui.
ren to bed. Thev think that the nurse
oould do ft -jus ai well ; that it ia of no
consequenca who hears me cuiiuren say
tneir prayers. .
isow. settine asiae tne pleasure oi open
ing the little lied and tucking the darling
up, there are really important reasons
why the mother should not yield this
privilege to any one.
it is tbo time ef all times when the child
is inclined to show its confidence and af
fection. All its little secrets come out
With more truth, -and less restraint; its
naughtiness through the -day can be re
proved and talked, over, with less excite
ment, and with tne tenderness and calm
ness necessary to make permanent impres
If tha little one has shown a desire to
do well and be! obedient, its effort and suc
cess can be acknowledged and commended
in a manner that need not render it vain
"Wa must make it a habit to talk to our
children, in order to get from them an ex
pression ol their feelings. We cannot un
derstand the character of these little ones
committed to our care unless we do. And
if we do not know what they are, we shall
uv w nuia Kfvviu lutein wisciv. or
educate them as their' dinurent .natures
! Certuinlv it' would W nhwise to excite
young children bv too much conversation
with them just before eoinc to bed. Every
mother who carefully studies thntnnini-ru-
ments of her children will know how to
manage them in this respect.
juv ui an mis moiners may be assured
flock; the very tones of . the voice they
isu-i. iiaicneu 10. niaae nn imnrMHi.in on
uieir sensitive oritauization.
Mothor, do not think the time and
strength wasted which you spend in re
viewing the- day .with, vour little bov or
gin uo not, neglect to teacn it how to
pray, and to pray for It in simple, earnest
language which it can understand. Soothe
and quiet its little heart after the experi.
ence of the day. It has Its disappoint
ments auu tnais as wen as lis plaj- and
pleasures; it is ready to throw its arms
around your neck, and take its good night
Kiss. Muiner Magantie.
A writer in All the Year Round thus
philosophizes :-"! wonder - sometimes if
they can possibly be of the same cenus as
boys with whom 1 associated when I
myself was a boy. . I paid a visit lately to
gentleman in tne country, and, in going
over tne house to visit its lions, I was
ahown itito a room where my host's boys
printed a weekly newspaperor tiwr oiok
amusement I There were all the applian
oi a printinrr-omce; cases, callcvs.
rules, impo-ing stones, and presses; and
young gentlemen, whose united ages
probably : did .not amount to five-and-twenty,
were so far familiar with their
as to be able, unaided, to compose and
print a weekly sheet containing news and
articles of their own writing I I thought
my play-room, and what it contained.
had a vision of a penny top; a pop-gun
roughly made from a branch of an alder
tree; a kite composed of a half-penny
and a sheet of brown paper; a wors
ball Wound upon an old barrel bung,
a tctotum. Again rthe other evening
went to a party, and I had scarcely ei.
tered tha house when my host's two boys
carried me off into the garden to take my
photograph... On .quite little fellow,
poised mo in the chair, instructed me to
at a certain spot, and warned me of
principle of the convex , lens which
a tendency to enlarge feet and hands
which are placed too much in advance of
rest of the body.'' The other boy, mean'
while, was in a dark room, playing with
subtlo chemicals of whose nature and pro
perties bis grandfather, the eminent chem
ist, had never even dreamed. In less than
minutes these two youngsters had
one of the closest secrets of nature to
my image on a piece of glass. It was
easy a feat for them as it was for mc to
up my top, whilo spinning, in a spoon
in the hollow of my hand.
When I was a boy, my stock of play lite
rature consisted of some ball-dozen six
penny books, such as 'Jnck the Giant
Killer.' 'Puss in Boots, Tlie History of
Robin,' ! and an abridgment of -The
Arabian Nights.' I remember that 1 kept
locked up in a deal box, and was ex
ceedingly chary of lending them, or even
letting any one look at them. But boys,
take their weekly and monthly
magazines; correspond with the editor;
answer riddles and rebusses; contribute
puzzles, and engage in chess tournaments
correspondence ; nay they club sub
scriptions to Mudie's, and read all the new
sensation novels as they appear. I see
square-capped boys, of not more than
fourteen years, going to school every
morning reading their penny newspapers,
have no doubt whatever that they read
law and police reports under their
when thcyoughttobe learning their
lessons. Boys and hobbledehoys used to
a nuisance, because they were awkward
lumpy, and uninteresting; and be
cause they were too young to share in the
conversation of grown-up peoplo. But,
if loys tre .voted a nuisance
all which they will not tamely permit
is because they are too clever by half,
know a great deal too much."
Auction-Sale of Edward Everett's
Last Thursday the homestead of the
late Kdward Everett, in Boston, together
with article, of household lurniture, in
eluding pictures, busts, &C-, were sold at
auction under the direction ol the 1 rebate
Court. The real estate comprised 4,113 j
square feet of eround with the mansion
and 6old to Francis B. Hays, Esq., for
f 13 83 per square toot, bringing tho snug
sum of $56,971 48. There was a consider
able crowd of bidders, composed chiefly of
tn. admirers of the scholar and statesman,
who desired some memento from tho
homestead which he so long occupied. - A
statuette of Daniel Webster brought $30,
while one of the same kind of Henry Clay
brought only $10 50. The many articles
brought rather low prices. A mahog
any centre table sold for only $9, and a
valuable pair of globes, celestial and ter
restial, only $23. In the line of curiosi
a larga pair of buck's horns sold for
75. A rifle captured from the rubeh at
Fort Henry, $3 25. A cannon ball from
the battlefield of New Orleans was knock
ed down at $2 25, and another fired in the
volley "heard round the world" at Lex
ington, was sold tor $3. Bound volumes
of newspapers of the first quarter of the
proscnt century, including several years of
the Daily Advertiser, brought $1 40 each.
A Railroad Charter in the Pennsylvania
Tha correspondent of the New York
Tribune, who accompanied the oil xcur-
sionists, tolls this story:
General Bumaide, who ia expected here
to-nitrht, has commenced work upon a
railroad that is to connect Reno with Pit
hole, which, it is expected, will be done in
sixty days. air. vuiver is the builder and
projector. I may mention that in order to
avoid the notorious impediments which
are usually thrown in the way of railroad
enterprises hy the Pennsylvania Legisla
ture, the corporators introduced a bill
through a very quiet, old member from
the eastern part of the State, for a charter
tor a railroad, from toe "head waters ol
Baker's Creek to Shafer's Run, (aid road
not to interfere with the privileges " of a
certain road down in the eastern part of
the State. As nobodv knew or suspected
the locality, the bill was passed unob
A curious bit of scandal haj just turned
up in reference to Lord Palmerston, who
cannot, it appears, boast of unsullied blue
blood. It seems tbat his father, while a
widower, was thrown from his
in a .street in Dublin, and fractured
of his limbs. - He was carried into the
house, from which he could not
some time be removed. That house
occupied by a hatter in a small way,
this small natter had a fair daughter,
after nursing the wounded Viscount
some weeks, was rewarded by the offer
his hand and heart. Both were ac
cepted, and the fair but humble Mary
(that wat her name), from being a
hatter's daughter, beamc a peeress of
Ireland. The present premier was her
child. There appears toba no doubt
the correctness of this 6torv, which is
confirmed by the fuct that all the peer
ages and heraldic histories simply mention-
his mother as "Mary, daughter of
Benjamin Mee." Of course, this fact re
flects no discredit upon Lord Palmerston,
should modify hi aristocratic tenden
--1 ; ; i : :
' S Cases Sondsdal Silesia,
1 " Engrllsta
300 Pes. Fancy C'asslnieres,
3 Cases 4X Lower Valleys,
Which will tfl sold at lowest market prices, at
Pell S. MANX'S.
rtlK STOCK OF KEAUV-M ADE CLOTH-
aud most Fasuiouabl Styles in the city.
mm ajp apaasa ansaai nnai jyt
Hj JLi 8J ML K"!L A JLki 1
J. n. DcWITT & CO,.
ABE NOW OPENING THEIR
FALL ASD WIATER STOCK
MEN AND BOYS' FINE
Coods mMde xnrsplT tbr thMr trale.- that will
d lound lolly eo,aui in inafriMi, siyi and work-
raanitbip to the iHwt ('uxtoiu wtirK. iiji- Tariuty t I
lnre, and coinnrift,n all the nsvelliea f tlie seotun.
among woicn in
Beaver, Tricot Clolh 4 Cassintere
1 S8CK aHQ W Hiking lOUtS,
BUSINESS SUITS, . ,
BLACK FROCK .COATS,
Black & Fancy Cassimcre Pants & Vests
ELEGANT BLACK AND EANCY
SILK AXD VELVET, VESTS,
BEAVER, CHINCHILLA AND CLOTH
THE STOCK OF
very much enlarged. All apes, from thre to
tweuty years old, can be nttd in the Let style.
THE CLOTH DEPARTMEAT
the largest in the city, comprising full lines of
French, Caston, Chinchilla and Tricot
Frencb, English, Scotch and American
Simonts, Ililger's, Bibley's and all the Very best ,
BLACK CLOTHS & DOESKIVS.
Elegant French (oaliiinl
every variety of color and weaviiy;. Thenp I
we are prepared to make up to order In the
liest of ntyle, having red the beat Cutter
be found in New York City.- . ,
MEFS FDBiBEfi G608S
MERINO, WOOL AND II.K "
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Xcck-Tles, Col
lars, Shirts, Hosiery.
TRAVELING BAGS, Jtc
Gray's Patent Molded Collars,
THE BEST IN USE.
J. H. DeWIlT & CO.,
1 and 11 Public Square.
We have the pleasure of announcing the receipt
entirely new stock of
GEATLEMES'S CLOTIILVG I
Elegant Cassimcre Coats,
SACKS, ENGLISH WALKING
NEW STYLES Of
Silk Mixed Suits,
BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
Also, a Large Assortment of -
f ' "SsSISTUfG' OF '' l"
Fancy Jfegtign.? Shirts,
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Tics
Brown and White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, tic.
OCB STOCK OF
BE SOLD LESS Til AX COST, to make
for rail and n tutor uootl.
Call aud examine onr Stock.
DAVIS, PKI0TT0 & CO.,
OAK HALL CLOTHINO EMPOMUJT.
Corner Water and Superior streets.
LADIES and GKKTLEMEX W invite your
attention to the LINN ASUS MYATT VINE PLANT
Vine la attracting the attention of the Amer
ican people, as an article of commerce as well as for
domestic nse, and la likely to eupemedo the most
of grape wine or dropped imitations now in
Direction for cultivation and for the makiug
the wine, with the delivery of the plants. The
time for planting them is in the fall. Septem
ber till November. The shipping of plants com
mences on the lita of September, at the following
new vine plants (bulbs very fln) f 1 80
. r . 3 37y
" " " " , " .. ... 6 fti
" " " 50
" " " " " " ...25 W
Ever -bearing Strawberry, 12 strong plan
by mail, 50 cents. Bent true by mail fur 'i
contains,J5 Double and Single Hyacinth, 25 D
and Single Tulips, 30 Crocus, 4 N.trc'sen
Lillies, 4 Iris, 10 Ranuilen, 10 Am mors
Please send your orders early to seeure pU.
Apcnts wanted in every town. Address A IfOB
NEMAN, Dayton, Jdontgotuery couuty, O. Letter
fit . wep-JH-JAVUw
ALLEN JON ES,
Wholesale and Betail Dealer in
Vein, Columbiana and Chippewa
on C. P. B. B. Pier. Also, Office and Turd
at Euclid street B. B. cropping. Coal of an
Excelleut Quality for ''
BTEAM, GAS, GRATE:, STOVE?,
or House Use. Also, ANTHRACITE COAL
large or small quantities.
Orders reepectlully solicited and promptly at
to. Coal for smithing kept constantly on
sj. Terms ctmh. mayl3-R3
TABLKA5D POCKET TILERY A
fin assortment, at COWLES A CO.'S,
137 WeddoU House.
EST and lfget assortment f Dreea and
CIuhW Trimming! iu the city.
Lare assortment of Breakfast Shaw It In
choice color and new stylet, hand knit.
EPJ1YR Worfted in aafc- ulori, and a large
variety of worstwl patterns. ' ' ' ' '
LL Wool Hosiery, Ladle, ,,) Childrans, in
plain aud &uii-y colors. Jult opened. .
JJ UtKlCKS, French, German and EaeUsb,
frtnt-y gods and Toys, in great variety.
IBBO&for TrUiiniing, in all colors. -
1SI-3IO VAIj NOTICE
KAUFMAN & BR0.
K"rwTtltil!r call the attention at ri..t
and tlie public ifm-rnHy, to the fact tliat they have
ivniovrd fnim No. lui'ublic Square, to tlieir large ;
r- 9 '
IB AATl ' thfl'1 llnnnfn Atiw
llUUit rhiri . JirtJluIaClOlTa
tk' crnrnrnn nwnrri.
PlO Connect jim With ln ntharntaMlm IK..U.
" n"w wora on oetter alvantRirefl low rntm tan
One-Limner the ronta that others have to pay. No
umuuiittiureni. At 1 lie SO UHlUC4MIMnla
wo van w unr cubioiuers, wnetner
WHOLESALE -OR RETAIL
We ran aKsnre barcaina in attv m...
M e make the '
Real French Style of Corsets and the
Laiesi Mie or .Skirts.
LADLES' FURNISHING GOODS.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
230 SUPERIOR STREET, UP STAIRS. I
Orders filled at short notice.
""n'-'f' KAUFMAN A "BRO.
Co Bny Your
ISD ' " '
AT THE MAKUFACTOBY OF . , ' ,
Superior St., nnder the American,
A n'l ;tr. a ?conl Prcflt. ' y17
t-ccrsFOBa to a. r. ckosket,
Sole Distillers of tlie Celebrated
r. DlIUJ-EBS OF
ALCOHOL, PURE' SPLRITS,
Whiskies of all tfradfs,
AND DEALERS IX
th waeb' stmet,
This ImjIhr tho cheap-'st Spirit mark. in the
nil, we invito uie attention of Dealers Iu Do-
l.i'iirt to our Rmxis, feolitiK assured that
ran oilbr theni sfa-dal tTnltic.mnt.- r t , n
We wutiM mil tho partirnlnr attention of tho
to our (JO-Ll'.Hlil AN CIN, Fhich is a ilit il
of live. Malt, Wine and Italian Juniper
Brrries, and bus all the properties and flavor of
impoi ten arlicle. sepl:n1owly
FCn THE HANDKERCHIEF.
Jl.-t Exqninite. Delicti l and Fra. ,
Kraut l'r rfunilt, PiNtilled Irons tha .
Kan and Itettolifnl Flower front
nhirh il Inkr. il. nam.
Maiiubcturcd only bj PI1ALON tic SON. '
X5T Beware of Counterfeits. ;
Axh for Phnton'a Take- no cat Arts f
8oia by dragU genenlly.
Inne2 7:274.1iw '
TKIIMPH OF ABT.
flaking and Ladles' Hair Dressing
DAY, 46 "PUBLIC SQUARE,
ALL 1 HE LATEST MOTIONS IN WIG WORK.
SEE TI1K ILLl'SION WIO It ts to a chirm.
CUlil.S FRENCH NATURAL B1SOLKTS
received (Hi recti . larg. quantity of tliit bean.
hair. Liulies nlease call, examine and see for
SWITCHES AND BRAIDS A l.rg. and welt
elected stock always on band.
WATER-FALLS. BUTTERFLY BOWS. EUGE
BOWS and FBENCH HEAD-DBESSES, mad.
the advertiser eqoal to tbose imported.
Ladies' own Braids made into any of th.
Head-Dresset without injury to switch.
Ladies' iluir Dressing, Curling and Hair Cutting
in the latest and most prevailing style.
HAIB DlINti Particular attention paid to
branch of the business. The best of Dve used.'
HOT AND CHILD BATHS always ready. Th.
btitliioa: apartments in the city. iy 1
A MEW COtLDCTlOX OF
susic for. the: ' tiolis
Brainard's . : Violinist's . ' CompanioB.
"' : ' A choioe collextiou of , :
Melodies from Operas, ....
Popular Airs, Ac.
Also, selections from 'the works of
'' MA7.AS. CAMPAONOLJ,"
DE UERIUT, DONNIZETTI, c i '
ARRANGED FOB ONE AND TWO VIOLIN'S.
l'Rlt'E,0"K IM)I.IAR. ' I.
ly all Vukui Dealers, or sent by mail, post
on receipt of price. j -'.
. ilKAtAttU ffuji, ruousners.
Superior St., Cleveland, O. '
Aseuts for Steinway's and ChiL-keriU2,.
aud Slasou a llamlia't Cabinet Organs. .
WESTERS MrSICAl WORLD.
October Number now ready. Specimen copiea
Terms SI, ""per annum. -
8. HBAia AJU a soiii a-wtummra.
liaiaffis'iii Wii' - -J -nrtir"1 --1
JOQ D01LIKS PREMIUM t
OR SPEKMAITORUUtEA, GLEET, AC,
-j--"' 'Impoteiicy Cured,.-
JITTER ALU OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
! j ' OU.A.i-IB.SOX, . . ,
rrtrmcrlv of Nhw York City. wiU rmy one 'hand red
dtsllars forth proof that htver fttilb to cure th above
n&mea itMjftmva. Hirwm ptiy umj sjuuh bihu mr mo
pnxjf that any other Physician in th United State
treats tin same d-searo with ennui fucoeMt.
AlVrmany ytariiif .:ilorinis ettinly and experience
Df Gibson is imrui in l-in ;.hle to afitlionnctl to tlie
nafortuoate, tliut uj UanpoilL-cted a bybttui of treat
I All- brEKDY AND PEBMANENT CUKE
of the above, and abo all contagion di.-easea of the
itepronactive urgann, with nn -tau eOecU anting
therefrom, incluuinfc Or nral . ,
: DEBILITY OR KERVOUS PROSTRATION.
He has succeeded incurins caw in this city, mm o
wiluni had exat liiltl linndrmlM if tLiili-at uitli m-lf-
Btied phyficiauH, who proft-m to treat all private
mniatiieii wnu ruiccftM, auu wuuuul recuvuic Uh
leant particle of benftit.
Dr Gibson does not boaot that he la a member of
tome Coiieee in London or Pari, ns Durham Some
otliersdo fur the purpom of emtnaring the iiinoofot.
anti wnu noia out ert-uc expr-ciHtions, never 10 oe
reallzM But what Dr G micht boatof ta this tliat
heia abla to give ?n tin: riatUla:tivn to those who ra-
ose cunnot-nre in ln ainiity and mteirnry, ani that
e luu tx rfecttsl an AweEii-an tiu f truatincnt
hlc)i:hHlk-ii2fs anv Pin firijin of Loiulon or
oi any patent niu itie, to esimtl (rihe radical cur
of seminal weaknvrw, ant ail tlieansn or dt ranm
Bent, both metital and physical, ari&iag front aeau
a) or aecretabusa
. Pr Gilwon also ciaimt for hid new treatment the
followine advantitea utit all othere yet discovtirfd.
And. tirtt. the aizentrt uu-l arc in no ri-nn-tu ju'
agreeable; lieuees no relicaof tlie dark atp-s, rinch as
Mercury, or any other d'-letermuH dniu ; secondly,
no reatrictiou in diet or iMisineta is n-quin-d; third,'
bis treatment uinmitive and certain in all 11
stands prepared to go into auy public or private
hospital in the United Statef, and tit nmnhtrate lira
imnieiuw superiority of bin new trentnu-nt over any
other now known in the world, in point of prompt
BerJH. periuaneuwy, uiildntitM, ;itt-t,y aud couvuniuuee
to the patient
Ilr tihson ia nerinaaentl v lticateil in f Lv..litrwl
audhaM duriiiff the pHt five yearn pT(ornieil many
en rea of diseases which haif for jtears ret-iertcd all
Other modes of treatment. lUiferejicea can le driven
to individual of the first reapectabilirr in -Cleveland,
r individuals or tne nrst rifpectaniury tn Cleveland
B--ston, New York aud uthvr cities, iu r.--.tnl to nkti
"d int crity in all professional tRinsactimn. Uys
fj'Pui. kheuruati-ai- S rolula, all diemtea of th
Urinary Orean, and. H Chronic In seam treate.
with sunerior riuc'.n.
aWMwlirinen wut to any part of the country, on
receipt of ten dollnra
Ur (.itMull'a Ill-W Work on Plivui.il...rB r.. ..!. .
3P0ri'E8PO OF i"LECTRorTUV AND JUedicucc.
Offlce H9Seneca street, a few doora from Sn rv.i-i.-
np utairM, onn-wite Cit Hotel '
av oftite hourii fr..t it..r- n.l fmn. ...,.! t.
arwiiy icun'iBTH excepieni. t jan -j
.All Classes are Interested.
Farmers. Drovers. Mechants. Lnml
cuuiicb, aimers, Da user a, itm rnji and the poor,
K.wslil a.lr .1.,. if ..... . t3. 1 .ilia.!-'
or,!0-:H" Private Disease, taint is linguriuf? in
"( ii u, nit- Biiouiu appiy in person,
if poMoihle ; if not poHttible in iieriion. bv letter.
and receive by return mail a blank cireulur at
questions, wuicn will enable any uue to know posi-
mn just uow mey einiio.
To the intellicent reader it is not nornasarv to
lUhUM B vti .lie Ulllllj .'1I1H0I1L10113 H.n'1
forms assuuuHl by this terrible scourge, yet it may
romu'iHuote to men i ion as most prominent VHUl-
lis Primary, Kyphilit iSecomlary. aud hvohilis Ter.
tiary, the later involving the bones in ita deathly
Every one should know also, that ninnr ef the
most onsttnaie ana worLt L nceruted i hroats nro-
coed from -this cauae, and will, if not prouerlv
handled, ultimately result in bvs of voice. Look
to your true interest, aud cocdnlt by letter, or kp
ply a , .
UK.. II K HAUT'S
OITED STATES HOSPITAL,
Private Medical Dispensary,
130 JEFFERSON AVENUE, DETBOIT, lUC'H.,
Hear the Michigan Kxcliaii'ze llutcl.
Where every form of Syphilid aud all other diseases
the prorreative and urinary orsnnsof both sexes
are morn successfully niauaed th.in at any other
similar institution in tliiri country. Pvery one
snouia aoow mat wnina inei-tifriitest constitution
al caDtainioation exixLe, uuirrinire in iuuniesihle. for
the Dinl reason that where otl.priu ennes disease
is. trly always entailed. : This, tlierelore. ia one
e .oral loitieoinients to mntrimony.
, YOUNG MEN,
.ering m-ntally and bodily from certain early
proper practices, will rind this a Disuensnrv
here there is uo uucttctauiU about setting relief.
where evory one of such cases are cured per
manently. No books published liy nor Issued from
thie Institution by which the niin-la of tho vounif
poisoned and they thereby ruined. .
Married or sincle, requiring a Female Rcirnlator.
shonld enelogo one dollar and three postaee Btamos.
andiy return mail they will receive, witli full di
rections, the ouly reliable Female Regulator in use.
This Regulator ia fast becoming the favorite ef
ladies everywhere, simply because its action is mild
safe and can always be depended Uton in re
moving obstruct iou from --olds aud any ot hor caus.
All corresl-oudence strictly confidential. Letters
consultation should contain one dollar ami a
postage stamp for answer. Office and rooms ar
ranged that patients never see each other.
Consultation and services at the otBce. free lo tlie
poor, very riMtwr-lay afternoon, from a to 6 p. a.
Office and Dispensary oi-en from 8 a. a. to 8 r. a.,
daily, except Sundays. Ail necessary aurgical ope
Address: lilt. OF.IIAKT,
Post Office Drawer 62S, Detroit. Mich.
Enclose tw. postage stamps and send for circular
questions, and, If properly answered, medicines
be sent tn any part of the country. Kumem
bur these cases must ba cured or the worst conse
queuces follow. uiat:r4-Uw
OTBENtiTH TO THE WEAK !
. YOUTH TO THE AGED!
is alsra it rami tonic, and will irtve relief in Tvs.
with tho ftrxt dose. A brief Denusttnce in iti
will renovate the stomach to a degree of perfect
errrittti-uce in iti
health, and banish IVMiant.ia f revcr.
One lollar per fiottk. or six bottles for $j, Sold
liLltal.Nuo at Illblji tn, fropneinrs.
fient by exprefw anywhere, by addressintc
This ntiTvimHo?! i nneniiRllpd nn a Rcjuvenator and
Restorer of winte.) or inrt fuuetiona
TheaKi-d fhoulil Ivct-rtHtD to make the Biokn-ne a
rr.ul ti.-m.nn.-l. n.it will nn. ler 1 1 It ill TOUth-
in feelinir atid itniitfth. ami etiaid) thiU" " live-
araintliedays of tliell-pristine jof. It nm tn'r
vhilerateH hnt -trfniyllii-n.Hiiil t r.ti Uv hii invalilavlila .
Mpet ially to tho-u- w tio have N-eh nil nct.il to
cvMnlitioii of servility, wrf-alniKe, niifortune. or or
dinarytdkkueiNi Noiuatter a hut th'M-au-M-of tlieim
potency of any human onian, fhi-mperb preparation
remove thoeflt-ct ttt once i.nd forever.
B 1 O K R E N K
nrea Tin potency, Genert Pebttlty, Nfjrvont lna
anclty, DvKpepsia, lepresion. Lost -tf Appetite, Low
Spirits, V'eaknerir) of the (Jriiitiis of 0 in nition, Im
beoilitv, Mfmtal IndoU-nre, Kniaciation, Ktinui. It
liMsamustlfeliRbtf ul, I-Hir:illvaud NoveJ Kltt.i-t upoD
Nervous Sy i-tem ; and all who are iu any way pros
trate! by ertuu I'iSitl'ilities art: earnectly atlvi-w-d
seek a cure in thin must excellent und unequalled
Person n who, by hnpmdence, hawlOKt their NAT
VRAL, VKiOK, will Slid a apt-t-dy and pt-rmaueut
The FEEBLE, the LASOt lT). the DESPAIRING,
OLD should (rive this valuable dtM-overy atrial;
will be found totally ditTereut from ull other arti
cles for the name purposes.
ToFEMALKS This pr-'pttrtttinn Is invaJunMe in
nervoue weaknesses of all kindn, as it will restore the
wasted strength with woii'lertul pemianenct
1 will (It
A brief l
Rl Odar street. New York.
BENTON t Dl Nil A II, Clevelaud, Wholesale
f'MURCHILL BR'S., Retail AxenU. Cleveland,
. r n a n i
Tliecombinatinnof ingredients In these Pills Is the
rnmltof alonjrandexU'nsivepractice. They are nii Id
their operation and cannot do hnrm to the niot
delicate; certain in correctine all IrTejrnlarlties,
Painful MenHtruatu, n-moviuff all obetructions
whetlier from Colli or otherwie, Hemliiche, Pain in
theKifle, Palpitation of the Heart, W hites, ail .Nerv
ous Affection., Jlvtjterics, Fatigue, P;in in the Back
Limlw, and fMftnrbed tOwpt which arise, from
Interruption of Nature. -
, r DR. CHEESEMAVS FILLS
the commence mmt of anew era in thetrearment
Irregularities and olwt ructions whi-U have con
sifrned many to apn ntature grave. No female can
good h'-alth nnl- nf-t-lie i retrul.ir, and whenever
otwtrnction takes place the general bvaltll beeins
decline. The Pills form the fin-st prepnitin
pnt foTWrd with IMMEDIATE ami PnRMS
TENT SlX'CEaS IK'-VT BE DECEIVED Take
thisadvertiseni-'-ntto vonrPmi72iBt. and tell him that
want the BEST and AlMST RELIABLE MEDI
CINE IN TiiE WORLD, which Is comprise in theae
fc . , -
- . DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
havr1een a standard remetly for over thirty years,
are the most eftei'tunl otto er known for all
ooniDlrtintt, neculinr to Ft-ni : li. To h c lueses thev
invslubale, inducinR, witli certainty, 'ertolicaI
nirulanty. They an-known to tli(iiHarilc, who have
urtedtheiTt,at diterent peril. Is, throughout the coun
try, having tlie function oi boiuo of tho moat enii
neiit Physicians in America;
Explicit directions, stating when they should not he
with each box. Price u.vt dollar lkt box. or
Fl!l n i it hv niitil. BromTttiv. seotiro from olferva- i
by remitting to the Proprietors. Hold by Drug
gists generally. ,
JnUAlil-SS A It I Ij Ij i r.lt, rn'P m, i
1 OtUr street. New York. !
BENTON A DrxHAM. lirand Uo Superior street. !
Clowland, Ohio, Wholcimle Agents. , .
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY
OITED STATES AXD FOREIGN
PATENT OFFICE AGEXCY.
Xo. 136 Dank-st Cleveland, 0.
We are nrenared to transart Lntineas of ever.
description relating to Inventions, Drawings, Ca
eats, Specifications, Patents, Infringements, and
Patent htwt. SCBBIDGK A CO., -
JjUW ;. ; Antlicrizea Allorni'js lor I'atcnU.
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS
THE ACME OP PERFECTION
It Fkset rates the secret ambush of this terrible
disease, and exteroiiuates it, root and branch, for
It RoVE all the wretched sytnptomi of thii
loathsome malady, anil averts consumption.
It Cleans the ix-ad, deodorize the breath, and
affords the moat grateful relief.
It Alleviates more agony and silent inffering
than ton cue can tell.
" It is Noted for curing tha most hopeless cases,
that every knowu means failed in.
It CruKs Hay, Rose and Periodic Catarrh, of the
no olntioate and violent types.
No Eobm of Catarrh or noise in the head can re
sist its penetrating power.
Dn. GooDALC'a Catarrh Remedy is a harmless
liquid, inhaled from the palm of the hand.
la. B. Good ale is known throughout the coun
try, aa the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatment and
Rapid Cure in all its forms.
Da. Goodale's Pamphlet op Catarrh should be
road by every one. It can be obtained at our near
est Agency, or by sending a postage atanip to oar
Price ffl 00. Send a stamp for pamphlet.
C. R. PARKER, Sole Agent, 7d Bleecker street,
new lora,. .
Sold by G. W. CLARK, Cleveland. feb:R3
T1IERE IS 0 SITH WORD AS fAILt
TABBAJfT'8 COJtPOCSD EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
Is a sure, certain and speedy cure for all disease of
tne ifladrier, Kidneys and t nnary Organa, either
Male or Female, fruenty performing a perfect
cure ui the short space of Three or Four days, and
alwavs in less time than any other preparation. In
the uf of TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT
OF CUBEBS AND COPAIBA there is no need of
confinement or change of diet. In ita approved
form f a paste, it is entirely tasteless, and causes
no unpleanant sensation to the patient, and no ex
posure. It is now acknowledged by the most learn
ed in the Profession that it the above class of
dilates, CUBEBS aud COPIABA are the only
Two Kemodiee known that can be relied upon with
any Certainty of Bucceea. Tarrant's Compound
Extract of Cubebs and Copaiba NEVER FAILS.
Manufactured only by TARRANT A CO.,
278 Greenwich street, New York.
aw-Sold by Druggists all over the World.
m r9:R t.
IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED.
. aOALL FOB A CIRCULAB, DESCRIBINO
Tlte symptoms of Catarrh, as thy generally ap
pear, are at first vry alight. Persons find that
ilitv nave a coUI. tliat thev have freuueut attarks.
and are more sensitive to the changt-1 of trmprra
tore. In this condition the nose may be dry, or a
slight discharge, thin aud acrid, afterwards becom
ing thirk and adhesive. As the disease beca-mee
chronic, the discharges are increasd in quantity
and changed in quality ; they are now thick and
lifvy and nre imwkM or eonned off. The ewrre
tiornt are offensive, causing a bad breath 1 the voice
is thick and naml ; the eyes are weak ; the sense of
tie smeii is leffsenea or ansiroved: deatnesa fre
quently takes place. Another important and com
mon symptom of Catarrh Is. that the person ia
obliged to clear his throat in the morning of a
thick or ftlimy mucous, which has fallen down from
the Ika1 during the mirht. V hen this takes place
pernon may be Mire that the disease is on its
way to the lungs, and should lose no time in ax-
The above ar but few or the many Catarrh sym-
single Bottle will last a Month To
be used three times day.
M. D. II. SEELIE & CO..
Sole Pbofrietors, Chicago, Illinois.
Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois.
-RONG A ARMSTRONG Cleveland. O.
JOHN II. PARK Cincinnati. O.
11. JOHNSON Detroit, Mich.
Old and young should use
It preventa or stops the Hair
trom tailing ; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
It ia the best Hair Dressine- and
rreservauve in tne world.
IRON AND NAILS.
f rvri n tTn
iVIANUFACTURING LiOMP Y
Mem in St., and 5 ii 1 on the Dock.
CLEVELAND WAREHOUSE OF THK
Eairle Iron & Nail Works.
CLEVELAND WABEHOCSE 0T
WOLFE, HOWARD &. CO.'S
EXCELSIOR GLASS WORKS.
WHOLESALE AGENCY OF
Hiawatha Xul and Bolt Work
WROUGHT IRON GAS PIPE AND
EAGLE IROX AXD XAIL MORES.
ocl2:278 CALVIN CABB
IRON AXD NAILS. ,
CLETELAXD, "MOWN & CO
Xos. 29 and 31 Mcrwln Street,
O. CLEVELAND, BBOWW, 10NWELL . CO.
Cleveland O. YonngstowB, O.
Mannfacturerfl and Wholeaale Dealers io
Bar, Boiler. Hoop and Sheet Iron
NAILS, CXT AND WROUGHT SPIKES,
HOT AND COLD PRESSED NUTS AND WASHERS.
Cast and Spring Steel. Glass. tc.
Iron Dealers, Railroad and Mining Companies,
Ship and Bridge Builders, Machinists and Manu
facturers, who desires, quality of Iron that will
entire satisfaction, are respectfully requested
favor na with their orders, which shall always
command our prompt and carefnl attention.
Refer to Business Men and Bankers genaraJly.
IK05 AND NAIL WAKU01SS.
51, G3, (ton 67 CLEVELAND, J Nos. &,9A,77m
River Street, f OHIO. W on UvDock
. MORRISON JOSTEB,
Wholesale Agtncy for the sale of
Slioenberger's Juniata Nails. .
Hammer-made Horseshoes, Shoenberger's Common
Juniata Sheet Iron, hoenberrer's R. G. Sheet
niadfrom Juniata Iron, bboenberger's Juniatav
Boiler Plate, Juniata Nuts, Square and Hexagon.
Also Bar Iron, Window Glaee, Extrav iwea
?rind"tone", Ac., at Manufacturers prices. ft-b.T
EYE AND EAR.
OR. J. R. McCOXXELL'S
EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY,
335 Sl'PEKIOR STREET,
DISSOLl'TIOX. The partnership Here
tofore existing between Henry B. Castle and
B. Douglas, under the firm name of R. B.
DOCGL A3 A CO., is this day dissolved. The bot
inett of the late Arm will c settled by H. B. Caa
B. B. DOUGLAS CO.
Octolaw 7, 1865. oc9:3w .
the Pablle t the Bnertts ofovrT wo WortdVr0Wat-
ed PreparatloBs, known aa
coe's ma Bum.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CUE.
Th. one ntra, safe and speedy car. for
Lung: ,; Cooiplnlnts.
Th ether .Pofrflw. 0m for"-- " f. .
j .'T ' 'b'TsrEPSlX'; i ;-:i
In its a-orst stags., and -
That originate In a
STOMACH OR BOWELS
Ws warrant both of them ia .v.ry ia rtftjaee, wheat
onr drnctioM an follawedj)' .
care. Dyspepsia positive
cores indigestion uidcon-
atlpatiou in every case.
eti res distret. after eating
aeetnl th. ttomaeh.
purine, the breath, and
lust.ncly nop. rnmrmmm.
acidi ty and rising of food.
cur, ttefc heailaoh.,
sickness a the stomach.
and pains OT cholie in the
DYSPEPSI A CURB
core. tda. nauac vloUnt
attacba of oroap in either
uiu U TOO UX.
cnr.. the worst celda
solely ui speedily.
cure. tor. throat and
aorenea. of the cheat aad
' COUGH BALSAM
tickling ia the throat.
' ' COE'S
relieve, a cousnmptiv.
'- US" at soon huh
rare, iadaeaaa, asthma.
create, an appetite andand all bronchial ahec
gives vigor an a strengtn
the whose ayvtem.
cures flatulency, weak
ness and general uumty;
makes tne- weary amot
ions, the feeble ataons.
the debilitated healUif
it enables tne patient
take plenty or heUthiy
fivod, wbich is the pawuna
allows yoo to eat a hearty
meat without fenr of da-
tress afterward, for it
a purely vegetable
preparation, contains no
opiates, co poison, noth
ing hurtful, but acts
promptly, surely ant im
the best remedy in the
woria lor Dyspepsia, in
diftfwtion. Sick Headache,
Heartburn, Fever Bd
Ague, Nausea at Stoniaoh,
and, in fact, all diseases
pains in utestotnacn
and bowels. ,
Bold by Druggists ev
erywhere. Price -OfetE
DOLLAR per bottle,
is the largest bottto
the world Cor the price.
therefore not ert- the
best, but the caw a pee t
Over One Ull Hon Bottles
COUGH B AX SAX
jare sold annually, and
tke people ail pronounce
it the best cough prepar
ation iney ever uaesL.
is warranted to rive sat.
is fact ion, or tha money
No family cvn afford to
in the boaet readj for
The bottle holds mora
eiian any etiier at the
The medicine Itself is
warren t4 superior to all
Bold by Drnawista ar.
C. 6. CLARK & CO, Propr .,
Kew Haven, Conn.
6BMKKAI. AGENTS t
STBOKS d ABMSTBOSS,
. Cleveland, Ohio.
SENAS, BABNE8 CO.,
No. 21 Park row.
' F. O. WILLS a CO.,
K.. 114 Franklin street.
H. B. BBMBOLD,
Ko. tot Breadway.
tailed ay an Drnajista hi th. city aad eon.try.
Ljoa's Periodical Drops,
Tlie Great Female Remedy
That. Drops are a seieHt ideally compounded flukl
preparation, and better than in; pint, powders nr
nostrums. Being liquid, their action kt direct ud
positive, rendering tbem a reliable, speedy aad i
specific for tb. car. of all obstructions and
tappretsiona of N.tar.
Their popularity is indicted by tb. fact that
100,000 bottle, nr. annually told aad consumed
the ladies of tb. United State., and .very an.
them speak ia th. (trsugett term, ot praise ot
They are speedily taking the plae of svery other
female remedy, and are considered by dealers, con
sumers, physicians, and all wh. know aught
at th. surest, safest and moat Infalliable pre
paration in th. world for th. cure of all female
complaints, the removal of all obstractlona of Na
ture, and tb. proaaotfoa of health, streagth and
Explicit directioat, elating when they may be
and explaining- nasoa. why ud when they
not be used without producing results con
to th. course of Nature's cbotea law, will be
carefully folded around each bottle with the
signature of Dr. JOHN L. LYON, without which
are genuine. . They are prepared at the
laboratory of JOHN L. LYON, M. No. 05 Cha
pin street, New Haven, Conn., who can beeone.lt
ed either pereonally or by mall (inclosing .tamp)
concerning all private disease, and female weak-
C. CLARK AND CO.
1 Gen'l Ag'ts for United State ud Canada..
For sals in New York by
DEMA8 BARNES a Co.,
No. a Park Bow,
, 1". C. WELLS a Co.,
No. 115 f ruklin ttreet.
H. B. HKLMBOLD, '
' - No. 594 Broadway.
CHA8. N. CBITTBNT0N,
N.. St Sixth Avenue.
all Druggists ud Apotbecarias into, city aad
BONO a ABMSTB0N8, Agmta, CLtrdand, 0.
A SMITH, Wsetsra Agents, Chiwgs, HI,
1'il.l. iaBAjit.aail.ar. mt
LoiuoaT Bbelby, Ctaatl'".. C"'"-Jr.'J
J Gtlead, Cwdington, Ashley, I- '""
: Worthio.ton. .rr.viu . Columhn. at 20
, P. M., Cincinnati o.W P. "'t01;'- .
9 M.,ClMeaKo via Crestline, n.OO P. M.
Sd Train-i:4.. P. M.-NEW
EK.N tXPBaSS, .topping 'u
; ton. Well.i.Sti, New LouooB, d " "J" .
. tiona H.tlT of New London, a"' J
C olumbu. at -a, P.M., Cincinnati I too a
M., Chicago, via Crestline, t:o A.
8dTrasu-l.l.-P- GALloN PASSE NGEn,
stops at all ttationa, arriving at ballon
K-INI P. M.
4th Train- -W P. M.-HIGHT EXPRESS, .toP"
uinKat Grafton, Wellington, New London.
Bbelbv Crestline, Galiou, Uilead, CardiDg
on and Delaware, arriving at tolnmbiis at
rr,'. ji Cincinnati lltou A.M.. ludiana
' uoUs UM M- tu,cu( 'iCrestUus
UndAJl. SECTI0JiS :
for Forest, M'l"" ajc'West, and East
Fort Wayne t ;r jia-sillon, Ac.
R.,l,-.,1 for Xenia, Daytou, Indianapolis,
T-rre Haute. St. Louis, Morrow, i.oveiana,
In7ci" inu.ti, Md with the Ohio and L.
Cinclhnrfo;''L"ui.vi..e, 'J 8t
Louis and all points on the Ohio Biver.
Z.no-Te. W heeling c; UoJuaibn. A ln
dTaoU. Centra ilroi. for P.uu., Lr
bipa, Ac. a lnrnrn..ih. an-
kets to an poi.
. c- . TtT n. ACl'lcnzorallrnad
J ureal, V j . Vi est. and Ivaat
s ... ..ita Turre Haul.
m.,.,T Louisville, Cairo St. Louis
?" -are2with Jfpringlield Braneh bjr
1 , . i. .ia. dV i olumbns
nlv'at faav-.swneer riaie..
ticket Office, H7 uperk ttiwt
Cleveland, Ort .24, lSf-S.
E. S. FLIST.
CLEVELAND & ERIE RAILROAD.
1W. W1MEW XkraMJEMEST. le5.
ON and rter Monday. Oet. iM. Pasaeneer
Trams Will rQD as l..ikw, iSan-lay uapUd):
LEAVE CLEVELAND :
i U A. Si. NEW VrK EXPRESS-Stoppinit at
Kinc'ville and Oirard, and arrive, at En.
at l'l X. M., Dunkirk 11:411 A. M.. Bnftalo
1 rf P. 51., Ne Xork 7:'JA. At. and Boston
:5 a. M. DAY EXPRESS TBATr- Stoppins; at
Willonzhby, Paiuosvilte, Jlailieon, Uen.va,
Ashtabula, Conneaut aud liirard only, and
arriv. at Erie at l.M r. Jt., Dunkirk 3 45 r.
a., Bulfalo 5: Jl T. ., New York at 12:00 a.,
Boston 3:.r0 r. M.
S: P. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN
Stopping at Painesville, AshtabulaandGirard
ouly, and arrive at Erie e:o r- a., Dunkirk
8:30 a., Buffalo 10:00 r. New Yolk
S:JA r. m BiMton 4..rio r. a.
S:35 r. M. MAIL AND ACCOMKODATIOM
Stopping kt all statious, and arrive at ErT.
9:W P. M. NIfiHT EXPRESS TB AIN Stopping;
.t Painesvitle, Ashtabula and t.irard only,
and arrives at Erie li:40i. Dunkirk 2:47
a. a.. Buffalo 4:21) a. M., New York 10:25 r.
a., Boston ll:0o r. a.
1:00 A. Jf STEA5IDAT EXPRESS TRAIN
Stopping at Girard, Conneaut, Astitannlaand
Paiuesville ouly, and arrives at Cleveland at
6:Oo a. M.
3:35 A. JL NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Stop
ping at tiinurd. Asntalmla and Fsraesvill.
onlv. and arrives at Cleveland at 7: to A. al.
6:13 A. M MAIL AND ACCoMMoDATIOK
TRAIN Stoppins at all Stations and arrive,
.t Cleveland to ' t w.
10:15 A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS TRAIN Stop
ping at aJl stations eacept Manviiie.
brook, rntonville, Pf rry. -Mentor and lk
Hff, and arrives lit Cleveland at 2:15 r. M.
5-J0 P. M. DAY EX PRESS TRAIN Stopping at
wi ard, Conneaut, Ashtabula and Painesvlll.
vjuty, and arrives at Cleveland 8:50 r. a.
r Second Class Cars are run oa .11 tliroUKb
All the trains going Westward connect at Cleve-.
land with trains for Toledo, Chicago. Colnmbus,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, de., and ail
through trains going Eastward connect at Dan-
kirk with the tritius of tho Erie Railway; and at
Buffalo with those of the New York Central a
Eri. RailroaiB for New York. Albany, Boton,
Niagara Falls, A-c., and at Erie with trains on th.
Philadelphia A Erie Railroad, for Corrv. Tituevill.-
Pit Hoi. City and the great Oil Regions.
aTDay Expreae Kio-t and West, connects .t
Girard with trains on Erie A Pittsburgh Railroad
for Linetville, Meadville. Jamestown, Ac.
n. n(J TTi lili AM. Buoriutendent.
Cleveland. Oct. 32. 18-.5.
Change of Time, October 9th,
Tht only I nbroken Bread Guage Uoutw
TO THE EASTERN CITIES.
rYO Trains Daily Leave Cleveland, from th
Atlantic t Great Western Depot :
DAY EXPRESS 9:20 A. M.
Arrivf in New York ..1:00 P. M.
SIGHT EX PR LPS 835 P. M.
Arrive in Kew York 10:.J0 P. M.
Trains sxrive at Cleveland at 7:45 a. v.. and
9:50 r. m.
Trains for Youngs town leave Cleveland at 6:40 a.
and 2:45 P. M.. arrive at Cleveland St 55 a. M..
and ;60 J. M.
This is the only direct route to the Oil Beirions
Passengers by the 9.20 a. m. Express Train dine
at Meadville, and Sleeping Car at Salamnnca.
Passenaera bv the 8:5 p. u. Exnresa Train, tret
flUeepintt Carat Cleveland-.
The Night Express leaves Sunday niyfit, instead
of Saturday night. Ail other trains daily, ban
Connects at Meadville, for Oil City, Trnnklin,
Co rry, and all points in the Oil Regions of Penn
ylvaoift. Paseencerfl by this route have ample time (ZO
xinates), at rvKnlax hours, for meala. and make
Kew and elecnn SlMpimr. Coaches are attached to
nil Night Trains.
For all information and through tickets, pleas
pply at tne Depot of the Atlantic ft (.rat West-
era Railway, or at the Union litket OHice, under
the Weddell House.
Omni busses will call for oasseiiirers. bv leavinar
directions at the above offices.
D. McLARES, Gen'l Sup't.
B. T. wrtsI.EB. Gen. Ticket AKent.
t TOLEDO KAILE0AD.
16. AALL AkiiAANGLiliOBl
fAN and after Monday, Sept. IStb,
will leave Cleveland daiiv as foliowa iMind.v.
A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS, stop, at Bere.,
v. .... "u, uuri.iD, mirnuiD, .ivivtiK, aion
roeviiie, Bellevne, Clyde, Fremont and El
more and arrive, at Toledo at 12:40 r. a.,
Chicago at 11:00 . w. and Detroit 5:0 . w.
3:40 P. M. WESTERN MAIL Stops at all sta
tions on pouinern liivision, and arrive, at
Toledo at 7:30 r. M., Chicago 5:45 a. a., and
Detroit at 10:30 r. M.
4:30 P. M. NORTHERN MAIL Stops at all sta
tions ou corinern Liivision and arrive, at
Sandusky at 7:10 p. n.
10:00 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS Store at Grafton
Norwalk, ud Fremont, andarrivet ia Toledo
at 2:30 a. a., Chicago at liio t. a., and De
troit at 6:00 a. a.
Connections are made at Monrnevill. with th.
Sudusky.Mauttield A Newark Railroad; at Sandus
ky with Daytoa A Cincinnati Railroad; at Fremont
with tb. Fremont A Indiana Railroad ; and at To
ledo with the Michigan Southern A Northern In
dian, and Toledo A Wabnah Railroads for tbicsgo.
Detroit. Jackson, Fort Wavna. Loran.rw.rt ;
ette, Cairo, Alton, St. Louis ud all oointa West.
Northwest and Southwest.
Train, arriv. ia Cleveland from Tl..lo and th.
Wert at 9:20 a. a., 2:20 r a., and 8:io r. a. From
Sandusky .t 9:15 a. a. L. D. Rl'CKEB,
Cleveland, Sept. 18, 18B5. Superintendent.
1806. lMHtR AHEANliEiiKVr.
ana arter Monday, May 15th. 185,
leave Cleveland dailv ISundav .xcentedl as fol
: ' '
A. Bf. MAIL Arrivet at Pittsburgh 4:00 r.
a.; Harrlsburgh 2:30 a. a.; Baltimore 7:00 a.
a.; Washington 10:35 a. a.; Philadelphia
6:58 A. a.; New York KkOO a. .; Wheeling
8:00 F. M. Cennect at Hudson with C. Z. a
C. B. B. for Akron and Miller.linr.rh
P. M. EXPRESS Arrives at Pittsburgh at
-.15 T.M.; Harrabnrgh 7:30 a. a.; Baltinior.
12:20 r. a.; Washington 4:40 r. a.; Philadel
phia 12:40 . a.; New York 2:45 r. a.; Wherf
6:30 A. a.
P. M. ACCOMMODATION Tor Hudson end
tntermailtate Station., Cuyahoga Falls, Aa
ron and Uill.rsburgh, connecting at tlrrviil.
P. Ft. W. A C. Railway, for Canton, MassU
Ion. Wooster anil It.n.H.U
Cars run through from Pittsburgh to New York.
A lien town) without change.
f sre as low at by any other tine.
aaThrnngh tickets can he procured at th. Union
OIBce, Weddell House, at the Depot, or at
Euclid Stre-t Station.
J. H. DEVERKCX. Superintendent.
"SAFESAN D SCALES.
Cnited State Staauard
warr'nte correct and iu
rttahle. 0v-?r 100 varieties
adupted to svery business.
(Airw AIIB T nutn.1
FIBB, BUROLAB AND DAMP PBivnr - UI
different Site, and Style., for Counting 'iiousa.
Dwellings, Ac. Also,
yorsitli's WareliOBse Trucks, Copjlng
xrcsscs, BUar HUIS, dtC.
FORSYTH A HOIGH,
Hlll GH. '
Genera W.ui(.r . ...ti
ST Water street. leveiand, 0.
pOWLES t CO. HATE THE BEST
aaaortmeat of SuLID SILVER w ARB ia th.
All oar Plain Ware is made by us .sat, and
Wi.hing Ui max et, ailvex ' aa w order
h.v. it doom.
Th. highest pric la cash said for ant oaentitT
via bmvss vs cvna.