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Manufacturer, Wholeeale ul Betal! Dealer in
Superior St &er the American,
Particular attention to wkoli-sale trade.
D1ILT. TO-WEEKLY H3 WEEKLY,
CI.ETEI,A!D LEADER COMPACT.
OFFICIAL PATER OF TBB CITT.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1866.
' For Horning Edition Sews ee
W For evening Edition Sews sec
The Johnson State Convention.
"We have already commented on the ap-
nearance of a "call" for a Convention of
Union men at Columbus to select dele
gates to tie Philadelphia Convention. It
is worth while to notice for a moment the
signers of the call, and observe who speak?,
or claims to speak, for the Union masses
of Ohio. And we frankly confess that
the most of them are unknown to us, none
of them having a State reputation except
Low. Campbell, who has got his big piece
of bread-and-butter in the shape of the
Ministry to Mexico, and Joe. Geiger,
who is now waiting on Providence and
Andy Johnson for his particular crumb3 of
patronage. But the Cuyahoga signers of tne
call the men who profess to represent the
Union masses of this county are well
known to our readers. Here they are: Moses
Kelly, J. A. Vincent, E. A. Scoville,
Iesonard Case, O. C. Scoville, K. K. Wins-
low, B. White, and Benj. A. Stannard
Mr. Kelly is a member of the quadrilateral
which called the recent Bread and Butter
Convention in this city, which was or
ganized by the quadrilateral, and which
anrjointed the "quads" delegates to the
Philadelphia Convention. Mr. Kelly
was never known to speak publicly in
support of the Government during the
rebellion, consequently it is eminently
proper for him to presume to represent
the Union men of Cuyahoga County, who
have given their sons, their money and
their time, in aiding its suppression.
Tho balance of the Cuyahoga signers
Messrs. Vincent, Ed. and Oliver Scoville,
Case, Winslow and Stannard, belong to
la that association known as the "arkitcs,
the principal business of the members of
which is to invest the most efficient modes
to kill time and to crack jokes. Judging
from their known character as moderate
jokers, It is evident that tbey signed the
call thinking it would be a first-rate joke
to represent themselves as speaking for
the Union men of Cuyahoga County.
We, too, think it a joke of the first whis-key-and-water.
Statistics of Episcopacy in Ohio.
We learn from the journal of the pro
ceedings of the annual convention of tho
Diocese of Ohio, that there are at present
T parishes and 100 Episcopal clergymen
n the State Twenty of the former aro
' r5- "lnl niLmhor of
communicants is 7,2r2. Ihe nuiuCeror
Sabbath School teachers is 780 ; scholars
6,683. There have been 924 baptisms
and 827 confirmations during the year.
Six clergymen have baen added during
the year by ordination, and seven have
been lost by death.
We understand that Mr. George Dawson,
oi tne Albany Journal, has aont in his res
ignation as Postmaster or Albany, t the
1 ostonice Department at Washington. This
was rendered necessary by the bold opftost
tion of the Journal to the Philadelphia Con
vention. j. roy H nig.
As this reoort is assuming varimia anewa
in the papers, it is perhaps best to say that
Mr. Dawson's resignation was sent on to
Washington several days since. Albany
We find this item, credited as abovo, in
the Cleveland Herald. We judge from
the fact that Mr. Benedict has not sent on
his resignation that the Cleveland Herald
is not going to make "bold opposition'1
to the Philadelphia Convention.
The Sandusky Register says, in reply to I
paragraph in the Dayton Journal stat-
ing that Hon. R. R. Sloane would sue-1
eeed Mr. Randall as First Assistant Post-
master General : I
VYe are elad to inform it, J.unnr I
such exr.f.in, i 7. - IT",
lent authority j and we also venture the aa I
omciais of Ohio are doing, who are equally
oouna oy ineir action at the Union State
Convention of June last."
Wo are glad to welcome Judge Sloane
back again into tho Union party. lie
lias been wandering in bye-paths for a
whilt but has found Jordan such a hard
road to travel that he has gladly come
back into the Union highway. We hope
io won i lose tne way again.
en.on on our own responsibility that the I
Ecuiieuisa uu no notion at siilin. I
Campbell, Baber. Geiger Jt Co, to defeat ii
I'noin partv of Ohio m a,.nww,ii,, fi,
A lively canvass for State nominations
is in progress in Michigan. , Governor
Crapo, and Hon. H. P. Baldwin, of De
troit, are tne loading names for Governor,
nd CoL Stoughton, of Cold water, and
Hezekiah G. Wells, of Kalamazoo, are I
also spoken ef. Col. Stoughton, however,
probably will receive the normn-.tmr. (Vw
.Lieutenant Goveraor. Secretary of State 1
i- . . I
-o..., .uU Areasureruwen wia probably
if, renominated without opposition. There
win undoubtedly be changes in other
.""-. congressmen Ueamen,
-""Sga, win prooawy bo re-1
nominated, Dut mere is developing an op-1
The Now York Herald compares the
deaths from cholera in that ciir nA
Brooklyn for a day or two with those of
corresponding days in cholera seasons, as
Hew ton a.
- U 4
- C 3
Jnly 28, 1810
Jnly 24, 1SS4
July in, istic
- a s
Jnly 2S, 18'el
Jnly a, 16V
Tho Kochestor Union appears to believe
ia various grades of scurrility describing I in
some of tho moat r.r,, ,J.. uJ ed
of as follows :
IIqo.1 T,b., r. l . I
furirtsun, xeo. Ja i
"Impromptu and facetious utterance." 3?
rvj n. f.. v. , i
vu,uvg owbhjw, uUIV IH Jffi- I
liberate, gross and beastly dispatch." th8
moated and beastly Vice President"
Rochester Union, March 11. AVe shall
be pleased to have the Union classify this
Colonel W. D. Mann, late of the 7th
-micmgan Cavalry, has been appointed j
Assessor of Internal Revenue at Mobile!
u JuaJn is "i old Obcrlm "student and I
vumeanAnLIv s nnMvlt.. o: l : I
. fiuiTi ich-iiibi
y B "as been under arrest in New
iork, chargtri with swindling oil opera- Hr.
tions. lie has "struck ile' now.
Mr. Tounc. a citizen r.ro...;.- t..
hd a petrified "snapping or Are buir " I
entrom hisear a few days ago, after it child
wch iime "irv 3Za ISZJT
dnafn. .itr. iC" rr. lIvm own.
-"V""1S use. I
The most lucrative office in Cincinnati
is that of Judge of the Probate Court. It
has been known to yield $40,000 in one
year. Colonel E. F. Noyes will receive
the Republican nomination for the posi
tion this. fall.
A barbecuo is given at Athens on tne
30th of August, to tho surviving soldiers
of the late war. -John A. ljogan, J.A-
Garfield, Attorney General Speed, ex
Governor Dennison and General Sherman
are expected to be present.
In Pauldine county, the liepuDiicans
held their nominating convention on the
i at The followine is the ticket : Clerk,
S. Maus; Probate Judge, F. S. Cable;
Prosecutor, A. M. Selden; Commissioner,
John Hardesty ; Coroner, Jacob bwitzor ;
Infirmary Director, W. N. Snook,
The Republicans of Defiance connty
inated the followine ticket : For
Probate Judge, J. F. Deatrick; Clerk,
John Taylor; Sheriff, Captain V. A.
rIaxh : Uecorder. Robert Coferave; Sur
veyor, John Norway; Commissioner,
The Defiance county Democratic
Convention have instructed their Con
gressional delegates to cast tho vote of the
county for Hon. W. U. mil, ot ueuance.
Mr. Hill i9 a member of the Ohio House
of Representatives. The Williams county
delegates are instructed to cast the vote of
the county for Hon. Meredith B. Willett,
who is a memher of the Ohio Senate
A Columbus dispatch says of the prep
arations for the fall campaign in Ohio
The Slate Union Executive Committee
are preparing for an activo and vigorous,
thousrh short campaign. Ihe most popu
lar speakers in this and other States will
take part in the canvass. From Tennes
see, Hon. Horace Maynard, Hon. A. J.
Fletcher and Col. Stokes are confidently
expected to speak for the loyal men of
the South. Prominent among the Cin
cinnati orators are Hon. Fred. Hassau
reck, Goneral Edward F. Noyes, Hon. A.
F. Perry, Judge Taft and Gen. B, B.
Hayes. The Union State Central Com
mittee will hold an important meeting at
the Capital on the 1st of August. Hon.
William Tenn Nixon and Hon. Thomas
L. Young represent Hamilton coiinty.
The Montgomery county Union Con
vention was held in Dayton on Saturday,
and the following ticket nominated : Pro
bate Judge, John J. Ackerman ; Sheriff,
O. G. H. Davidson ; Auditor, J. W. Diet
rich ; Treasurer, A. C. Fenner; Clerk, F.
Fox ; Commissioner, James Applegate
Infirmary Director, Michael Morry.
THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION.
Lieut. Gov. D. R. Floyd Jones was one
of tho first men to sign tho call for the
bread-and-butter State Convention in Now
York, yet for some reason his name was
left out of the public notices. Probably
bis associates were ashamed of him.
In New Hampshire the Democ
racy and Johnsonites have fused and
agreed to appoint delegates to the
Philadelphia "What is it?" Conven
tion. The committee of each clique are
to send ten delegates.
A call for a mass con von tion at Buffalo
on Friday, August 10th, for the purpose
of choosing delegates to the Philadelphia
Convention has been issued, with about a
' li UUUI Uu - iumm in, i - 1 1 i i r
which aro those of George R. Babeock, J.
M. Ganson, Rev. W. T. Horner, William
Dorshcimcrand George C.Uibbard.
The Savannah Republican says that but
37 voters attended the meeting held in
that city to elect delegates to the Phila
delphia "Copperjohnson" Convention.
Tho Ami .j- Herald says "the occasion
called together a respectable number."
The following are the bread-nnd-butter
delegates elected to the Philade phia Con
vention by the office-holders oi" Kansas :
Gen. Hugh Ewing, Gen. C. W. Blair, F.
Scott, Democrat; Capt. Nicholas Smith,
Senator Harris, late Minister to Greece ;
J. L. McDowell, Postmaster of Leaven
worth ; H S. Sleeper, Surveyor General
of Kansas and Nebraska; G. A. Colton.
Among the' Democratic delegates from
Indiana to the Philadelphia Convention
are such charming cherubs asTbomas A.
Hendricks, Graham N. Fitch and James
republican nominations for Congress in I
vjr.- : . tt .,v-. r, i
" ' "'" , "namar
C. Sloan, Amasn Cobb. C. S. Hami ton. I
requesting that their
Francis Bugbee and Hon. Geo. TV. Stone,
rebel office-holders, are candidates for the
vacancv in the Oth District of Michigan,
Woodruff (Hep.) received 2,079 ma-
was an enthnsiastic Union meet-
inS Monday night at New Albany, Ind.
Gens. Kimball. Gresham and Snicelv ad-
dressed nn AiidienpA at loact n, ti,,,-
Tl10 &"owing is a complete list of the I
Philetus Sawyer and C. C. Washburne,
tne last a now nomination in nlace of
alter i.. Mclndoe.
It is said that Secretary Seward will be
a candidate for Ira Harris' place in the
united States Senate, whose term expires
n. John A. Dii is reported to be I
at being appointed Minis-
very indignant at being appointed
ter to tne Mague. He considered it as
beneath his dignity.
John D. Strong, of Jacksonville. Ill . ia
a plucky man. and cares more for princi
ple than ofiice. He was appointed Post-
mastcr of hl town, confirmed by the Sen-
ate and n,t'fil of the fact on Monday, I
but to immediately telegraphed back to I
W ashington declining to accent the nosi.
Letters have been received from Hon.
M. Hahn, A. P. Dostie, J. Hankins. W
P. Judd, Eugene Stats, G. Duplanticer, R.
K. Cutler. Henry Dibble, A. P Field
Kulus Waple and E. Heisland, all of
Louisiana, endorsing the call of the South-
names be attached thereto. Gov. Hahn
states in his letter that a call for a Stale
Southerners Convention has already been
The Washinron corresDondenf of tb
Philadelphia Press says : "The Tennessee
Radieals,Stokos, Fowler, Maynard, Arnell I
and Hawkins, will probably speak
Pflnnsrlvania niirtnir ihe Mmin. MnA.. I
R . & .
and it will gladen your people to know
mat jack; Hamilton, of Texas, is ready to I
his work in favor of Gearv. A
F"' meeimS " to bo held at Pittsburgh
a fcw days.to which he has been invit- 1
bv Col. Jordan, chairman of ,,
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ctRte tJommitlA. I
An election is nrdnrtwl f.- san,.niLA. I
-1 '-"" i
for a member of Congress for the 2d
Jiontiromerv) uistrict. Aiahama fin I :
' ' I
place 01 at Hon' GoorS C. Freeman,
tuu!" out never oceu-
:J : .L. v,,r ... .
pieu owing o mo reuetuous position of I
both the State and tho man. Bollirc Hall
Y. Fair John A F - t " tt'
Clauton, and V. S. Murphy, all late rebel
officers, and Hon. Adam Folder, Hon.
. . . i . , ...
vi uio recent .luuiciai election to HI a
jortity over Woolcy and was declared
producing Vtt unparallalled scoundrel.
Tho 2Sew Yort WorW Ulks about the
- murderer Lindsley u from Medina,
Mr. W Id, Tour
'Vileo., ora nas Use honor of
LAYING THE CABLE.
of the Fleet at Trinity Bay
—Bearding the Great Eastern and
Getting the News from Europe.
OVarts Content (July 27) Cor. N. V. Herald
THE FLEET IN SIGHT.
The cable has at length been laid :
At seven o'clock this morning the sig
nal on Seal Core Hill went up, and a cry
was raised that a steamer was certainly
in sight. Excitement instantly arose and
steam was got up on board the Margarolta
Stevenson without delay. Before another
steamer could bo got in readiness lor a
start, two more steamers appeared ir the
distance, and a few minutes after the Mar-
garetta Stevenson steamed out the nar
rows. The entire cable fleet soon came
in view, the Great Eastern looming up in
huge black proportions and heading in for
te'.egraph buoy number six. In the course
of an hour, with glasses, wo could make
out distinctly the different vessels, the
first in order being tho JN iger, then tne
Terrible, and then the Uroat i.astern.
followed by a merchant steamer.
COMMUNICATION WITH THE NIGER.
When we got aiongMde tho Niger Mr.
Kerr, commander of the Margnretta Ste
venson, asked Captain liruce "What
Captain Bruce said "All light. We
have new:, to the day before yesterday
from Europe. The Amazon was run
down off Portland on the :id. Did yo:
know that? "
Mr. Kerr "No, sir. What news of
the war ? "
Captain Bruce " The Austnans arc
getting licked like blazes. Would you
like to hear the latest telegram !
Mr. Kerr" Yes."
The Margaretta gig, which had com
municated with the Niger, then returned
to our vessel with a long telegram, with
news about the war and general mattors
to the 24th inst. The tclesrrams were re
ceived on board our little steamer with
degree of wonder, and we could scarcely
realize tho fact that we were actually pe
rusing accounts of events that had occurred
only a few days since. It is difficult to
describe the sensation oi pleasure ieit Dy
all on board tho Stovenson. Mr. Kerr
and Mr. Maxwell shook each other by the
hand, and almost jumped about the deck
in absolute joytul congratulations.
ALONGSIDE THE CHEAT EASTERN.
At eight and a half o'clock the Steven
son was alongside the Great Eastern, and
Caplon Kerr spoke with Captain Ander
son and Captain Bruce, of tho Nirer.
Cyrus W. Field made his appearance on
the paddle box bridge and waved his
handkerchief to us in token of success,
The action was responded to by all on
board our steamer as well as by a hearty
round of cheers.
The Niger's gig then went alongside
the Great Eastern and took on board Mr.
Field, who was immediately rowed to
THE SFLICE WITH TIIK SHORE END.
About nine o'clock tho Great Eastern
came to a stand-still in a hundred fath
oms of water, and preparations for con
necting tho main and shore end cables
werecommonced. Tho big ship was at
this time a niilo and a quarter from
Heart s Content. The N igr lay at one
side and the steamer Med way on theother
side of the Great Eastern. A number of
rowboats put out from tho stern of the
big ship, and alter about half an hour s
work a largo hawser was attached to the
cable. The cut was made, and the cable
and hawser were placed on board the two
largo and the other small boats engaged
in the operation, while three guns at the
samo moment thundered out a grand sa
lute in nonor oi tne evont. All hands on
the Great Eastern sent up a rousing cheer.
and a scene ot enthusiasm followed. Hats
were thrown in the air, handkerchiefs
were waved, and deafening shouts rent
the air. Our own littlo craft was not tho
least demonstrative in enthusiasm. Offi
core and crew responded to the cheers of
the threat Kastorn.
About ten o clock I was permitted to
uoara tne threat r.astern, and the first per
son that greeted me on stepping on deek
was Mr. C. Lundy, Superintendent of the
Atlantic l3legraph at Heart's Content
He says tho voyage was a perfect success,
not a single accident having occurred the
wholo way. iho splice was made on the
l.'ltb, and at twenty minutes past three
iuiewuwii-u Liiuei uie Dig snip started on
ner westward course.
IN HEART'S CONTENT HARBOR.
j XJeru" 3 correspondent boarded the
Jumwiii Mjiiruv Hiier tne commencement. I
of tue tio in witQ
T).n i,i.,;n t.'
tent Harbor about half-past one o'clock.
V hile she was steaming throui-h tho Nar
rows, the shores of the little village were
lined with people, and scores of small
boats dotted the surface of the water. The
six colliers in port were decked with bunt
ing, and every bouse displayed a flag in
honor of the occasion. From the flatall
of tho telegraph House the Stars and
Stripes floated gayly. The big ship also
carried tho American banner beside the
Union Jack and the Atlantic Telegraph'c
I nag presented by Mr. Field on tli'o oeca-
I lue ursl expediti n.
J he Great Eastern came to anchor pre
cisely at ten a. u., and was boarded im
mediately by a great crowd of visitors,
male and female. '
In the meanwhile the snlicinir fleet orn-
ceeded slowly on with the work of con
necting the shores and main cable. The
end ot the main caolo was taken on board
.IT- q-rter to
two r. M., and the splicing began
Kerr, commander of
looked on while the sailots ioinnd the turn
enas ny wnicn tue two great continents
are to tie united in a bond which it
nopeu win never be severed.
little Polltical P1 out of the popu
indignant 'frity. of General Sherman. I believe
Tne Democrats are attempting to make
mere is no room ior aispute, as the Goner-
al himself informs us that the only time I
he ever gave a vote it was for James I5u- I
chanan-nd that he had been sorrv for
that vote ever since, and that ho never
means to vote again. It anDears the Oen
is (to borrow mili.or,- i?Jl...
of the Democratic partv unattached, i w
'lovo t"'8 t!es the question, as no one
"ucnanan was aDem-
Among nominations recentlv con-
nrmea oy tne .senate aro tho following
Ohio postmasters :
Comfort Patch, Warren, Ohio: Au- I
isfll. Tnwor k'nnl. 1 1 : . , . , I
eustus Ireger, Kenton, Ohio; Daniol P.
cetiton, vxrora, unio; Enos Foreman,
noosicr, unio: cnarles M. tVwn.n
Lancaster, Ohio; Jesse E. Webb, Salem
. In' 1-wls Aema, Ohio; Richard
CIS, 1 . !T"
Parsons, Miamisville, Ohio; Seth Mar-
snaii, i-ainesviue, Uhio.
stately rank against Congress. Wesincere
begin !7t"?s' th mT. melancholy cotemporarv
bandusky RegisUr thus criticizes
lne reoenl course cf the Cleveland organ
of Johnson :
"The Herald While maintAininsr . milj I
. - , - -
find, it fearfullfco
itself down easily into the bosomef the
ne'" 'Prt7 !? ctts tho Philadelphia Con
I,etio8b1 Pr0Te. J nt wholly in th,
vention shall prove to be not wholly in the I
- iperneaa mierest. it lantruara nnot
aboyo has an unwholesome sound.
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' - . ;
ail Humsintr lnClQent hnntunul A-
elderly gentleman, approaching to vote,
) me inspector mat be could
Pllinvlhqtnrivll.w. Tl .1
,. , J i r-Juogenueman
7v T was .f Ja, lb&t ha
""S.. .T tomsneo, nedeclarod
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eood health: The inspect "then .13
catalogue, upon which his name
v,aa arrea. a wen physician being
present, was annealed to: hB n.r.i-..5
e.T"e.T,a la b3dead.
then allowed to cast his vote.
Dnring the eelebmion of the Fourth, at
t - - ins uangnter 01 1 tne.
. ..v. o. . .a xracaer fttowe.
s... nu ,u ."a st. ui auignung lrom I er
r"V- c ? tavsMja oetween Us I
the pasie. M Stiw7 ,7rt
eiae was paralyzed oy tne 5th. J has
Confirmations. LETTER FROM CHICAGO.
Froth of the Atlantic—Dr. Justin
Hayes—Ottawa and its Starch Factory.
[Special Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
CHICAGO, July 30th, 1866.
It may be none of our business the busi
ness of poor creatures adrift on tho pri
mal prairies but then wo think it con
cerns us, at least upon the broad princi
ple that it concerns mankind, to whom
we are sort o' related through Adam and
By this time you want to know what I
am driving at, and if you will hold your
breath a bit t:ll I can catch mine, you
shall find out.
You should know that Hook up my
pen as soon as I had put down the Au
gust Atlantic an Atlantic whoso pre
fixed August can under no circumstances
bo permitted a "iower-case ? a and I
began to reflect upon tho stylo of the
Great Doctor.'' "My Farm" and the
" Literary Notices."
Not to degrade the Leader too near
tho literary level of this August Atlantic,
I will reprint only a " stanza " or two of
the " Faim " poem, and remit those who
like the sample to the full text in its orig
inal and final homo.
" Within a green and pleamnt land
1 men afuetrtie pluidalioHt
Whose wooda aBd nitads, if rndely ptacned.
Are still, at least, my own creation.
.ou-R-eni! aun ur kiudly sbuwer,
llu here and here wooed forth a Sower,
And touched the tteld with ex,ct!ition.
" 1 know what feedj the Boll I till,
What harvest growth it beat prodoces,
Hy foreata shape tuemielvea at will,
Mijijrtiptt muurt their proper jnieen.
T know the brauhlea and the weeilrf,
11m know tho fruits and wholesome seeds,
Of those the hart, of these the uses.
V 0 O s O
No friendly couusel I disdain;
My fields arc Iree to every euuier ;
Tet that, which one to praise ia fain,
Ba'.ia ilccaaR'ithrr'a visage 0fntMer."
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"Ah ! vain the hope to find ia each
Thewiadom each deniea the other;
These mazes of conflicting speech
All theories of culture smother.
The italics are not in the original ; I
have borrowed their aid to set forth the
finer lines for the arrest of the hasty
Think of a poet who owns "a favorite
plantation" on which "some" genial sun
or other, of the multitudes that adorn his
private sky, has " wooed forth " a flower
or two ; think, if, your soul can face the
sublime ideal, of "grapes" that " mature
their proper juices," but remember they
are " my grapes " only; think of the poetic
owner of "a favorite plantation" nursed
by multitudes of private suns, with a
shining flower or two spangling " meads "
of my ovn creation, and enriched with
" grapes " that " maturo their proper
juices " think, I say of the poetic owner
of such an estate who can proudly assert :
" l-soa the bramble and the MWuj
and even dares to add, at the summit of
lStU knote Ihefrnltx aJ wholetome seeds."'
Were ever mon ao presuming as the
neighbors of whom his sorrowing lines
complain tho neighbors who thought to
aid Aim with counsel ? AVas there ever a
juster despair than that which turns from
their conflicting suggestions to sigh
0 that, which one to praise ia fain
But makes another's visage enbmer.'"
and a moment later concludes that
' These mazes of conflicting speech
The sorrows of the poor victim of the
"Wabash Country," who went all the way
to Orleans holding his sido and thinking
of his favorite horse, although ho had
run away with the pretty daughter of the
.miserly Yankee farmer, and was his
mother's dear boy beside, ought surely
have moved tho stony heart of tho Great
Doctor, Killmany, albeit they didn't, and
so the Great Doctor killed poov -llobart,
arm airrouicaatjraaro tr&d of it because
so the boring comes to its end.
But fur the Book Notices, pleasantly
styled ' Iteriews and Literary Notices,"
a bewildered critic might first enquire
why the editors, if nothing iittoprint
could bo bought in the market, did not
fall to and fiil up their own pages ; but
when ho has explored tho editorial " fa
vorite plantation," he must conludo that
all the original Atlantic editors went to
the wnr and never "came marching
home " again.
In the name of long suffering human
ity, Messieurs. Ticknor & Fields ! send
out into tho by-ways of Boston and fetch
in somebody that can edit just a littlo.
ELECTRIC AND REMEDIAL.
line-as it is eonlW qU"Ck9
!," L13. llne. 83 I'18 eilual,y "necessarv;
Mr. Morse has done for the let
ter-writers, somebody less known to fame
has done for the invalids given thorn
lightning for a helper, and what the
venerable Forest City has dono for the
promising hamlet from which I write, is
to give us tho man who can handle the
lightning in tho interest of invalids. It
becomes us to make the candid And tin.
qualiried confession that Cleveland has
given us a physcian who ranks among
the very foremost. Ho does not. utlvar-
tise, ana so this news-item need not he
mistaken for an advertisement: he da
not even intimate to his happy convales
cents that they may toll their neighbors
wor, and hT'ms arTalwavs B
na mirua htmo. r m u ,i 1 . .
with those whom the cured have sent to
be cured. Be publishes no testimonials; it
Art at nia h.nfa i.
u(..,u ei.uiicQ am-a as one mav
... twiaious auvertising col
umns, but such as it is rare to hear from
fuwcuia uwu Jlioutu. tjnicago to I ppa.
land, rrreelino- - Th.nl- , '.. ? - r,
tin H,, R t J . Ji
- u,UWubmiuii to got nim
back, lie is here to Stav. I
pound cheapor than anv comrii.nr
afford to. This it is able to do because of
j..m .i.. . oeeause o.
of the seven-sto S
"?L.""a S 'U BtricOy
I was at Ottawa the other ,W .r,
aid tne town under oroner rv.rt
First, I found a message from Col. Kalph
i'iunjDi lateof Oberliii, who is working a
I - la6.Usa or twelve miles out,
. ls. PUnmnS branch railway
or carT ou laa or- Then I
was taken to the great Starch Factors
one of the three that furnish corn starch
tor our thirtv million eaters Thr.ro
but one larger establishment of the kind
in the world, and there is none that
makes so trood starch, and none that
sell it so cheap. Other conditions heir,o.
equal as they are equal the starch that
is washed in the Durest water mt
obviously be the cleanest for eating and
the whitest for linen. Well, this starch i.
washed from first to last in water brought
. V ... :i l . i s
i.,o.o iunu a ui.ia, uuu uiiuer tne Illinois
river, from a subterranean lake, which
fills a coarse crave! bed moro than hn.
dred square miles in surface. This reser
voir is never affected by rain or drought,
by frost or snow, either in quantity, qual
ity or flow. From Januarv to j&nnarw
again it pours six hundred thousand cal
lons daily of its crvstal volume into'tho
.AnnnlU . t p . 1 . , ..
,c..i.u swiy ui tue great ouudmg a
flood brilliant and sweet enough to win
tho worship even of a toper and in each
story, as it drops one Oy one, great tanks
are filled for the washing and rewashine of
tho Mm wrhi,h ia nli. 5 ,
- --v o.oJieu as starcn
naS cleansed forty
The figures are large. The work-in .w..
the factory covers four acres, the main
building lying 250x250 feet on the ground
and 250x50 of it risinsr seven stories hi.
Toe ann"l consumption of corn is three
uunureu mousana Dusnels a thousand
bushels a dav; from which sir mill;..
ponnas 01 starcn are produced twenty
main floor. p.&ch larwr ihan . I
number two hundred and siity. The iron
rollers through which tho corn muiu ;
earlier stages of the process wek-h
tons and a half each, or five tuns to
pair. Visitors are requested not tr, in
their fingers by way of experiment
TI... Ill: : . c 1. 1
'h i Jth. ""S VJ?;L P1U "ta
V T ter does not need leachine
2. It does not need pumping; the head
's. The machinery is run by water pow-
4. The factory rests in the lan f h.
The ingenuity of the Superintendent $1
derised inexpensive mechanical k
stitutes for the labor of nearly all the
hands employed in other factories, saving
in wages alone a formidable item.
The most gratifying feature of the visit
was the modest bearing of the officer who
showed our party to the building, indi
cating as so many pieces of good fortune
the several advant ages of his company in
the manufacture of their specialty, but
constantly adding most honorable conces
sions to leading competitors.
It may be interesting to housekeepers
to learn "by authority" that tho only
difference between the old cryslalised
starch and the corn starch prepared for
table use is that the crystalized is the
moro eatable of the two ! For the crystals
are the first and perfect fruits of the pro
cess. When table starch is demanded
these crystals are put once more in tho
hopper and ground to please the fastidious
eye. For this grinding and the extra
packing and labeling, the unwise con
sumer must pay. The economically dis
posed nil as well eat the fresher and
cheaper article. It is all one in the
But my column is out, and the other
Ottawa items must " go over."
LETTER FROM OBERLIN.
Monthly Rhetorical Exercises—The
[Special Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
OBERLIN, July 30.
The Monthly Rhetorical exercises for
July camo off this afternoon in the Chapel
ihe toliowing is a list of the exercises
Music Let me dl with my faco to tha foe.
raESHHKK. - - -Jos.
Stone Our National Pftgress.
B. IF. Mcilenry Taa Past and Prasont or India.
O. A. Richardson The Search for t!ie I'nattainad:
J. A. SfveraneeUhle Zuingld.
H. Smith Honor, the Reward of Dnty.
William Taylor Tho Phiioojiiy of Ktpediency.
Music The Mountain Uirl.
J. E. Toid Anna Mediocritaa,
John Strong Original Thouit.
A. T. S. Walsh The Serious ide of Comic Wit.
Music I am a Morry cuilor Boy.
The exorcises presented were good, and
were presentod to a not unappreciative
audience, 11 wo may jtisge lrom the bou
queis flung lurlively on the stage. Th
may be considered the opening exercise of
a long list wnicu culminate in the Collegi
Commencement. ior tour weeks now
anniversaries ami exhibitions are the or-
dor of the day. The statement has been
made that the Commencement occurred
on the 1 5th. This has already been cor
rected, but to refresh the memory of those
interested, we give a lis; ot the exercises
preceding Commencement :
Wednesday P. M., August 1, Anniver
sary ot the li-iivion bociotv.
Wednesday P. M., August 8, Anniver
sary oi the ladies jjiterary Society.
Tuesday P. M., August 14, Exhibition
ot the benior freparatorv Class.
Wednesday P. M, August 15, Anni
versary of the Theological Society.
Saturday P. M., August 18, Anniver.
sary or the rui Kappa Pi Society.
On Commencement week :
Monday P. M. August 20tb, -anniver-
sary of tho Phi Helta Society.
Monday Eve., address before the Col
Tuesday A. M., eoncio ad elerum, by
Kev. i,. n. r aircnna.
Tuesday P. M., Commencement Exer
cises of the Ladies' Department.
Tuesday Eve, address before the Socie
ty of Alumni by John M. Langston, Esq.
Wednesday A. M., Commencement
Exercises of the College Department.
Wednesday noon, Meeting of Alumni
and Collation in the Ladies Hall.
Wednesday P. M., Inaugural Address,
by Presidont James H. Fairchild.
Wednesday evening, Grand Concert by
the Jtlusical union.
Thoexaniinationswill take place durin
tho week beginning August 2d, under th
direction of tho various teachers in oacl
department, shaping their order in accord.
it v n ti-proo;rninme not yca-pw.
From the foregoing it will be seen that
the exercises preceding Commencement
extend over a poriod ot lour weeks and
the entire programme comprises thirteen
publio exhibitions and addresses, exclusive
of the exercises partaking of a more pri
vate 'character. Of them all, we have
only to say "more anon." Geki.
9 TET OUB TEN gHHJJKO
WKSTEBSf UESEKYK COLL Ktl B.
rpHE NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN
J. Weduaedny, Aanst 21th. For catalogue or
uioiepi iitu:ar luiorniauon auUTess tno freemen t.
UKftKI h. HITCHCOCK.
JJ3-34S Hndson, O.
I VNMUbl Tl1l-Tli ' t'o-nsrtnershln
XJ bc-ri-tofors existing nndar the Arm name of
ir.oii uaiftnt, is tins day dissolved by limitation
The business will hereafter be to&ducted hv YV. M
siott, who is authorized to collect all debts owing
-w ... h, u, , . m morr,
J. M. HAIOIIT.
Dated Angnut 1, lSial. nngl:3ll
Mr. Dan. P. Kells Is this
-Ly day admitted a memlx r of oar firm.
nr firm urwl ..
Iii9inf85 will hureaftor be conducted under the
uiw uameoi nnMy, rBride ft Co.
HCSSiiY & McBKIDR.
ASSESSOR'S NO ICE.
To the Tax payers under the
LYITED STATES EXCISE LAW,
In the County of Cuyahoga, In tho Eighteenth
XTOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the Lists, Eunmeratlona and Valna.
Hons made and taken by the Assistant Assessors,
ior sue montn or Jlsy. Annual Lists in the
uvuuiv oi v.m anoira. in comitii.nca .ih
. o"...nn. i-a , appiovaa July 4th,
WILL BL OPEN ma EXAMINATION
Iheonico of JOHM E. TJORLBOT, C. 8. As-
r"""1 "utj ior the neriodortendays
fron this date ; and at appeals will ho received
and determined bv the Assessor nf..M in. -;,.
r"ltito y erroneous or exceseiv valuations
.L .7 J u, A"s".'
msaid coantr. on Satnrdav. 11th H. i ....
All parsons who feel aKgrieved by the asteaa-
menta made aialnit them, are notiled to make
i iieir appeals, in writinir. ta lh. luu.. ..w. ,k.
days above named, and stata the narticnlar mat
ter respecting which a decision is requested, and
the ground of inequality or error complained of.
JOHN I. HrfKLBFT.
Assessor l'-th llrstrict.
Assessor's Office, Cleveland. Aug. 1st. loWi
Sell), Drown & Pearson's
1'20 Ontario Street,
A large assortment of
At One Dollar per Pair.
HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS!
At re dnced pricat at
0h. RrOWIl at
Jnst reoetred by
BENEDICT & SON,
BOSSETS AT SEDUCED PRICKS.
We hare largo! y reduced our prices for
TDK BABGAIfiS IH
WORfMW, HOOT A CO.
CUCBCH1LL k B BOTH IB.
T9 LUMBKIt DK4LKK8 bl HHKliS.
Bids for furnithinr material, and tmiMioi; a
barn upoa the premises of the Northern Ohi t Ln
natie Asvlnm at Newburg, will be received at the
office of Byroo Stanton, Sul-;Vlot?toleot of said
Anluni, until Monday evetiiujf, August 61I1.
Bids aro solicited foT m iterial and labor separate
ly Drawings, plana ud spt-cinrtions are r,ady
for inspection at Ir Staut-:u's oihce.
YY. a. PRICK,
July 8, no.-lyM) cVr'j llrar.l Trns:ma.
Office or CommiS!-.!!
Coivrntrs, Ohio, Jnlv 9. 1H6S.
rerflfMlat the 0.1k of the Secretary ot Stata
ofthM tnt t Ohio, uulil i
Tnwdftj-, Hie Hint ttay of Ansu.r, 1SGO, I
at It ftV'k..k M. , for exeoutir g th Matn Pi iDtiu :
for thtTM"iod ortwt) yrmro. nod fur xs--.;Hting the!
State Itiutiiiifp far the parUxl of one year, Iiodi ami
after the lir-t Mifnil.ty of Kitvnnibtr m-xt t naiiiiiji,
ia accorUanc!. with Utn itrovisioii-i of tin- act ?nti
tld "an act toprovitlo ior t e eXi-rutioa anj tu
pfrTbion of tln SMt Printing and Biulint:.,,
psrjseti M;wch ?4, IsUi, tho act eniilcmeiitnrT
thereto, piwot a SIht 1, ls-cj, and tin. act amfuda
tory tii.jrtof, lia-d Aj-ril ti, lb.H.
'uil printed srllii-tious rna be h;vl .n apill
catioa to the Avrtarj of $tuU.
Earh proiiONAl intist be Airriuipan!fHl by a bond,
ext-i.utnd in dae form liy th li.Uur, viihatleait
two good and auChcirnt mir-'tits, uatiDf;u tHry to
the Commusioiu rt of Printing, in the pt-nul pnm
of ten thctlriaud dolfani, co. dit iou J ti.r the faith
ful pefforntttEC;', inirsiimit to Uw ut" muIi flasH,
or claaatw, of the aStt pnnliufc' a.a may b.- ad
jndit to him, and for the pajiut-Dt as liqmdtiti-il
d,atuage by such biddt-r to th.i Slut of au tit oa
of tot over the hid or bfua of n b hi. Ider which
th Bat mity tH,Mi. t0 pay fur such worl by
reaaon of the fuilure of such bidder to coaiplt-ia
ltia ct.n tract; Raid boml to b;t null atul void if no
cntract shall iftHKM tofaini. A'-i t-i.l uiiac
coiujtauicd bit uth botui mil be eiiiVrta itU ly the On.
mi'siuifra of Primiiny.
A like bond in thepna1 nam of five tV-naanrl
dollars, morit accompany each pruponal ior luld
ing, Bt.tchiDg or biudiu.
Copiotof boritH (iubla.dk) will lo fomfsliril to
bidders od Application to the Secretary of Htwtei.
Id atl respect the printing and binding nhi.ll n
eztfCtiied, Kbil the bilU therfeof made out, tih'd,
audit6d and niij inronformlty with ttif i-rovieitms
ofthact "J'o provide for the eiecntii.n bii
parvision of the Stto 1'rintiiii; and 1-iudiiiK,"
paiistMl Murch 14, !:(., and the nineutlatory act of
Apin i, iw.u io vuicu acta reference is hereby
made fur BRch further information as may ho do
iired. Propoa!s to be aoalw. am! pmlor-tAd on tho ont
Fide of the envelope, " I'mptwala for Public Print
ing, or Proposal f(.r Binding,' as lluicate
may be, and addressed to tile ecn-try m'S.ate.
WAt, iiKSHV mUITLl,
Stci'i-rarv of tHate.
MOSKS II. BBAfLKY,
Comptroller of th- Trea.nry.
' JiMr U. ti01HAN,
Jyl1:342 Auditor .f Stntf.
liIO!V PATENT WOOD ALVD
The Cheapest, most Beautiful and
Durable Feme now In use.
Man a factored by the Ynlon Fence
fompmiy of Painevii.
T. W. M0R8K, A-ent, Sartwell't Block,
mHIS FENCE LS MADE OF WOOD,
A braced with iron, sot in ornamental iron
post, which is embedded in a atone foundation,
and the whole id painted with three coats of heat
quality of paint and thoroughly minded, with light
colored sand. The wood part of the fencuia so Con
s true ted that it does not Uwich the pranmi, and
there is no place where wattr can pcatubiy L-e ab
sorbed. Hence it will last, ut the Iowl-hI calcula
tion, 75 yaru. The gatoa are ma.le upon the most
improved principle, and ar ornamental in the
hijeheitt degree. The painted oruamcntti are all
iron. By many this fence, when sot, Is taken to
b composed entirely of iron, so airy and substan
tial ia it in appearauco.
The attention of those winhinf; to irarroye tho
appearance of their front yards, and those con
tumplatinp: building, is callud to this fence, now
UMd in front of the dwelling o( tua following
gentlemen of this city :
TUOdl BSINQ TUB BALLTRTETt TENCB WITH IKOH
Poter Thatcher, Eeq., Seneca street.
H. M. Olsfln, Ksq , Soneca street.
6. W. Morrill, Knq., Seneca street.
D. A. Ttangler, alnq., Huron s trout, east of Erie.
Fayette Brown, Esq., Euclid street.
G. H. Bnrt, Esq., Rue I id street.
THOflK DS1NO THE SALLIrTTKR FENCI WITHOUT IBOH
Mrs. Crowell, corner Superior and Erie streets.
Kv. T. H. Hawks, Superior street.
H. M. tTlntpin, Esq., St. Clair street.
H. O. Hitchcock, St. Clair street.
A W. I'airbauks, t. Clair struet.
ti. V. Wilson, St. Clair street.
Mrs. Bond, St. Clair street.
8. C. Porter, Architect, Huron street.
Dr. Stipp, Uurou stroet.
USING THE BROAD PITKKT TESCT! 8TTLB.
n. P. Weddell, Eriq , Kiulld avenue.
For further pirliculars call at my office, over
Fogg's Crockery Store, where sample Fences and
drawings can be seen.
Tbe dine Mnniiructttrcr on Detroit
Has established a storo and warLhouse at
S4 Mcmln Street, Cleveland, Ohio,
Wbera he keeps coustantly od banl
filue, Sand Paper, Rotto-tliist,
IVcats Foot Oil and
And will be vtaasttil to mH bia f.irni--r rn.lninpr.
and friends aud all a lio wiih to i-nrchas.. any
thing in his hoe of trad.. Jy--?3:KI-Il-W
NEATS FOOT OIL, SAM) l'APEK,
CLUE AXD CIKLE1) IIAIK,
Of the best quality, alwafs on hati
Wo. 34 nvrwln ittreet, t lovrland, Ohio.
fl 'HE PLACE TO HUY GLUK,
A. uae dnat, Curled Uair and 8an! Paurr, ia at
utu. Miriii s,
It Uerwin-st., Cleveland, OLio.
A lib- THINGS EXIST BY THE
nourishment thev derlva Irnm . nnM
Wise and prudent trrane-s rowers are Lnvinir larie
GEORGE SMITH 'St
Ho. 34 Hfrwln Kimt.
CI- EVEX AX O, OHIO,
lO fertilize the SOil. that it muv imntrl in-Atrtr,
and vior to heavily bariatt; xmpo vinet.. that
im-y may mature tbe present vainahle crop and
live in tominir years to prod nee atmn.lntly of
their most dflicious fi-nitn thm tunin.. rVA
uunui 1(1111 Iitr KM IIIM 1 A.rir hiiiI mnn.v
expended upon thm. Two ton-, have recently
arena, rq., ot samlusSy,
fTKITJCU SUTK8 COLLhtTOKH oALE
KJ liy virtue of two warrants of distraint, I
ave levied on and liall pxnn-M for air P.i.ii.
Tenon. aCCOrt. m tfl law at Krr.ntln. l,..nahU,
Cuyahoga conaty. Ohio, on Wednesday, the 8th
day of AUfrust, I8;i. at 2 o'clock, p. m., the fol
lowing perHooal property, to wit : The leasehold
interest of ileury CJ. tiuith, in certain lands l-a)rd
umcnueu an ioiiows, namely : Coinnn'ncifl!; at a
puim Aorin ine tence Known as Strable's fence,
where it intersects with Mid Mreet, and from
thence running Easterly np the hill to Mr. Morri-
a old line fence, and thence tvlooir ihn linn e.f
uu iruce nurineriv 10 a fliirm irowi wliidi n.ir.
tenoacK a co. obtain wter,aiid fr-m thence to Wal
worm nan westerly, lollowiuir the ootiet ..f
sprinfe. uid from thence along the line of naid run
soutneriv to the tilaco ut bt innuinc. rhiI ihH
Smith A Co. agree to not disturb ths pnrity of said
spring water, and alao said Smith A Co. grv !u
roadway alonK the liue of th cret k same aa
used, and in consideration thereof &?.. t..
uforge u. nupmau one nannruu and twentv
five dollars per jtar for the term of two years,
with the privilege of five ears at ibo name rate.
office, 1 Bafe, 1 .conge, 1 desk, 1 cffici- stove and
K chairs, 1 crude oil tank and the building
enclosing the same, X barrel boose, 1 glneioe faouae
apparaiot), i ioi oi miseu paints, three .H-bar
oil stills and thede enclosing; the same. 1 enviiu
boiler, 1 brick enm house, 1 Ireatiog house.
agitators and operators th reto beloDging, 3
uieociung tanks, l potash Eot.le, 5 barrali gaso.
40 emntv deniiions. lti crnda oil Wrmia
planking and bridjrinj- t1 Imping to said premises!
tar tank and p pes attached to the same.
Terms cash on day of Sale.
R U. PAS.SON8, Collector.
By L. B. Caczb. Deputy.
Cleveland, Jnly 2T, ltfm. jj2fi-339
STATIC Or OHIO. .
PUKSUANCK TO THE COM-,
matid of a writ of fieri fat-ini iMM tn ma I
uie toon 01 uomiiion Fleia for hii C.ni.it
Co jah off a. In tlio cansA of t.Hrpf K. Oopelaiirl
DBuiuw . vnjptvunn, pl.t 10 iiii. ana AlU-rt (.
sad Samuel J. Walker, defendants, I havs
nnon, and abali rxtse to nnbhr.nt. nn ft.
day of Aofaist, A. 1). 1SS6, at tho b ur of two
cioca, p. in. t aaidUay, at t!i South door of the
tMintyixmrt House in tho eitv tf Cl Ui,l
Uiunty of Cnyalwga, ths toliowing dcsciib-d
j, m mil
ne interest of aaid dVrfDdant 8aniHvl J. WlkF
certain lsase fur tbe lands and traements, to
IWnt s part of oririnal lot Nn. in th rttv nf
"""""i uuniyoi LDjatiogaauti mate or ;ino,
bounded Westerly by th fCiuterly lineof Bant
Kaetrly by the Easterly line of aaid
oninisanot n0. ftj- EktBthenv bv a mo drawn
itta tbeSerth-rly liBo ot Snperior rtre-t.
12b fest and OUSincb NnrtKrlv thn.rri.m: m1
northerly by a liue draw n yril 1 with tht.S,mlii.
line of t. Clair atreet. and 99 feet Sootht-rly
.ft?iS-viwd ??ta",tta5a ft
it on the Easterly lino of Bant atreet, I
Ivh rods iwn riK .KiriH i.T 1
about Ave rods deep at right aogl-s to said
lease mna for 15 Trt fmm ih 1
id day of I
ABBKBT T. SLi DB A B. T. LFCAS.
Att'ys for Plaint iJn."
TEKIX HTflOIfA. SheritT Guvitir (la . Oi -
'0tetan . Ohio, Jnir lx. jvf, n 16
and u-4 Oouterpaoee, at reduced nricaa.
PATENT MOP WRINGER
Benzine and Lubricating Oils.
D- sooarsiiam. muti ambbiws.
PATENT MOP WRITER !
E. P. M. W.
DursLle, economical and ornamental.
R. P. M. ' W.
Emal! inLiitmenti and large profits.
E. P. M. W
The same amount of work can be done tn oMfclf
n. p. m. w.
Boiling hot water may be ased.
E. P. M. W.
f the watar is hard strong lye-watar can be used.
E. P. M. W.
A lady can mop her floor or carpet If necessary
al ter baring dressed for an eveaing party
or in bridal array,
E. P. M. W.
Erery fatcily luiys it because they csnU afford to
uo wtiuoni u. it costs tnit a trinie, lasts or
years, and sav lrom three to tea timet
Its price evbty ytuv
E. P. M. W.
Toplebuy rights bocanse thir indgment tells
itK'in it will be rece:vei with joy in ety
E. P. M. W.
Agents are making from $10 to $25 pr day.
E. P. M. W.
There ts no sense In whistling the tone " IT
nothing to do;" no excuse for long faces and
racked D'ints for waut of paying business.
Bin a Bioht. Cuyahoga omoiy will
bv'fnrnished by towns, Cleveland
city by wards. No other couuties to Le totalled.
E. P. M. W.
To activo, euerge tic business men I will pay sala
nes or trom 9M to 1U) per montn
E. P. M. W.
I think I can satisfy any man who wfll call and
see rue that this is the ' biggest little thing" to
msKd money ont oi tnat nas been discovered In
For Rights in Ohio apply at the American Honse
or auareti u. u.hai ubw,
Agent for Rhines Patent Hop Wriuger.
500pieccnof Londnn Finish Lnnsdale and S.
KO pieces fine
40 ca?es latest and finest styles of Cassi mares,
wnicn win oe sia at lowest Hew lock.
wholesale prices at
angl 162 and 164 Superior street
Linen IHu k Coats Pants & Vests.
for Cents and Boys
j. n. dewitt a co.(
7 and 11 Public Square.
Men, Youths and Children
blade of the best material and of the latest
patterns, confuting of
Fine Black Dress Suits.
. f ine lasshiiere Cosiness Bolts,
n u hc una crown Hues units.
White Hack Urtss Vests
Spanish Linen and
i Duck Dusters and Sacks,
Full line of Foreign mad Domeatic
Furnishing Goods !
Tor Gents1 wear. largest stock of
In the city.
The above good were purchased since the recent
dei-Hno, and will bo sold at prices that defy compe
tition, -tiivo me a call before purchasing else
where, and be convinced that the above is true.
N. It. 1 am closing out mv HAT AND CAP
sioce at co.t to make room for other goods.
CtKO. . FAIRCHIILA,
106 HOP KHAN BLOCK,
Kast Bide Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio.
Qio. A. Davih.
M. It. M.
EST.4RLISISED A. D.,
Davis, Peixotto & Co.,
nannfacturers and Jobbers of all qualities ind
READY MADE (JLOIHKB,
Corner or Superior & Water sts.,
Offer for the Spring and STimmr Season a large and
.an assoriuu atoca; oi men ana unT i4
These Goods are made expressly forour Tradejaad
is oiyivy riuisnana storsmansuipars
Equal to the Ecst Custom Work.
A choice selection of
Bach as Under Garments,
Casslmere and Flannel Bhlrtf,
Paper Collars, c,
Posscasinr the benefit of as Kastera connection.
we are enabled to offer superior Indacements to
uic ii wits oi neaay uaae tjlotbing.
Ntmdy twenty years' experienca Id Western
trade, civet us unuauat amalifttrntiona to mnnl
tlte wants of Country Merchants.
Our old friends and Durchaaers trenerallT ara
uinit j mviitm loatu.
DAVIS, PEIXOTTO & CO.,
Cor. Water and Soporior its., and No. 5 Water at.
W. D. M'SKICS.
D. r. BILLS.
HlSSKf, McBBIBE & CO
lleQned Petrolenm, Naptha and
j Lubricating OIL
OIHre in Sexton's Block, Baperlrt4
! (l IAUOGi OIL HOBtS.
CLARK, SIHRI1ER & CO.,
(S.ccessors to Onthwaite, Shnrmer k Ob.,) '
Reti.er nncl nenlers In Peirolentn A
junDrtfHiins usla. tfenxlme, ate..
' Cobb's Mew Block. MotMrmeat Saaara.
CLEf ELAND. OHIO.
cliee. I ( W1U.11M twain,
DlNIEt.IHt.-UJn, f 1 ItSBI uwu.
jc.:::7H - : ...... . .
KltKIiBIOB OIL V0BKS.
ROCKEFELLER & ANDREWS,
(Soceeeorts to Andrews, Clark A Do.
LKANrjrACTUBKttS D BFTINKWl 01
Kaaom 4. (Vxtm.'a Blsek, Msrwln tt
SOLID SILVEK WASR. Jast recelr
e4 from tlia lector.-. Hnoona. Voraa. Huaar
riclikt rrk a. Ac. . , , . .J
" -v..T rnwm rxf. 1 A
Crt CHOICE BLACK TEA1
Qood strength and fine flavor.
OHCBQBiLIi B BOTH KB,
aa i auiii.si
Ifl a 'tJjjii.
THE BRADBURY: PIANO FORTE S
P Five Splentllsl Planes Just Becelved at :
GEORGE KALL'S GREAT WESTERN ROOMS !
!! A ISO ONTARIO 8TRFET. CLRVrUIvD.
mHESK AKE UNViUKSTlOJiABLY THE BEST FIKJfi PIANOS EVER
X brooght ttr-fnveland. Amour thest- superb iustrunmits is a beautiful 4;rnitd Ncal Sqnnre
Piano, an exclusive thHtr with Mr. Kmlbury. or na other mbor has yet succeeded in even ap
oroarhittf It In Fswer and mMnmnrnm ,afnbitirl4 it haring all ti efenia! if a Fnll
Grand without its InrnWrinK sppe-raiKe. Thea iiaios have; b?n cloWly scrutinized by several of
tbe best judges in Cltvl;-n.l, who prononnre thm tbt nxwt snptrb in every r?pct they havs ver
seen or beard. No proii thouid think of itt-cidiuK so tmportai.t a question as that of buying a Piano
without flnt trying tho Bradbury. Our Bradbury Piano Boom is ivicvly carpets! and furnished Ior
the reception f vibitors, and it i our desiri), as Wr".l tw that of Mr. Bradbury, to have his Pianos
thoroughly I I wnd if ftmnd infv-rit.r to anv in mrket.y yr.EBn.TN. IvVA
ETTS RCCKSHAFT GATE. This
is Ihe twst mo4 moat convroiant Gat. bew by.
fore tbe ynblic. Tha schsrriter has nosr the
AKencv of this Oat. tl orHera teft at wy office,
1M Superior atreat, over Fogg s tnr, will b duly
Mtnnded te. T. W. MllKpE.
Clavaland. Jnn 1, 13C1. juai-t;34
TMfOSTANT A Tli UK Ta
WorkiBK Man of Cleveland and tho Fublic
in general : You can save from 10 to vo per cent,
by purchaefag your T.a, Coilio and Groceries at
the Working Men's Co-operative Store, No. 79
Michigan atreet. Please call and examine oor
atock. Toucan depend npoa having weight and
meaaare for jour money.
Tbe Rcoks are open at the fltore. where share
can be taken at $5.lai each, with interest at 6 per
cent.; also yonr proBts on tour purchase. Fur
ther information can be bad by attending the
meetings of sliare-holdera, which are held tue 2nd
Thursday of each month at Solomon's Lodge No.
14o Ontario street.
H. Mt-MtliLI. President.
ATGU-Tl'S KKOCKEKT, Treaa.
I. HA.NLON, Finaor'al Secretary.
Iy25:34i J UL KB a N. Store Manager.
UTHMBAPHEB AND FNOKATiK,
PKINTER IN COLOK3 AND BLACK,
ITS snnerlDHL, Forrrst City Block.
BOOM NO. 4, UP STA1SS,
Jy25:R18 , neTrlntnl. O.
ntKVKHSD WHITELEAD W0BK8
J. H. MO U LET A Co., Proprietors,
Mann facta re r of wDU9 Lead and Zinc Painti,
Patty and Patent Dryt-r.
Oor Leads are unrivalled foe Parity, Whiteness
and rinentaa. J. II. MOiiLEY St CO.
Cleveland, Jnly 21, tWiG. jyn:B18
C. 8. FOOTE AMD UAliVEY CHASE
B'ave an ioterett in my bufliness from July 1, 18G6.
name and style of Firm, J. H. Chads ft Oo.
J. H. CHAST.
Cleveland, Jnly 18. 1866. ' Jy?l-338
Or xchaBre for bard or soft lumber.
PCAES 24 IXCIIES.
CIO. D. BECK.
Canal street, foot of Harrisonst.
MAKING YOU OWN SO IP
. WWII Tour" Waste Grcawe I
Peiin'a. Salt M'fg. Go's.
3 Cenlis only for
PlMolve one box of Lre In 1XA no;inds fnlntsl of
hot water, in an iron pot. Ueit la another pnt
or pan 6 lbs. of rlnan fat or frreaae. Inkr off tbe
nre, ana into tnis atir slowly ttie tlmaoivred lye,
and kvep ptiriug nutil tba whols beioio-s well
mixed and like molnsaes. Now cot r np, and set
in a warm place ovr nfeht. Xext day o t op
iuiw amati pi ces. aoa o ids. i or nintai or water.
and melt with a gentle h?at nntil the soap is 11
dissolved, then pour Into tub to cool. When
cold cat into bar which will bj fit to nse I a '.ont
BEWARE OF COUXTKRf EITIE3.
Be particular In Mkinc for PE XVA. I
SAl.TSflF. COY SAPOXIFIEB.
808 and 60S Market Street,
P4.RTIES VISITING PHILADEL
PI11A on business or nlaasnrn will Hnil th.
auve notei ona of tne mnst desirable in Philatel
pnla, being si tnatfd is the. center trt business and
in close proximity to all the placos of amusement
BOAHD Ti.Ho PIB DAY. Cleveland Daily
Tbe enbacribers basing leased this favorite
n'tuae 11 ih nean renttea and refurnisheii in an
elegant re an ner, and ia now prepared with the
moat perfect appointments for the reception of
jKuc.s. tu. mini position among nrst-clees
Hotels will be maintained In the future, aa In the
past. inmygK.ieei BAKKIl FARLEY
DOMESTIC SKWIJiK BACULVB.
QTITCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
M inrBuviaisT in ska'ISG
MACH1iC3. The domeslie will do a greater
range of work than the fonr different grades or
else, of other leading machines, and in . more
pvriecv manner, is comninea aimn icitv or con.
structioD with perfect action. Send for circular
and sample of woik. Great inducements offered
agents. o. W. CBOW ILL A CO
mayla 1Z1 8nperior-tt., Cleveland, Ohio.
W1HD0 W GLASS.
mHE LARGEST STOCK IN THR
City, fncluding large liiea, to which additlona I
be made as required.
- V OR EST CITY VABNI3H 00.,
53 IT ran fort street.
Sons vsry Una. of oar own make.
or sale oy
rOBXST CITT TAB NTS H CO
mar?7 45S Frnnktort atrwt.
I j ft I, iU iitiltji J
Itiiai r isir Miii ii-iil
posals will be received at theCitv Civil Em.
aineer aomcenuni z o clock r. M. Momfav. A..
6th, for grading Detroit street, between tha
voyanog. inrBscs ana ttan'.ver atreet, and lor
paving tha carriage war od gnttera theraof.
. ana iitr r
Separate bids vrill be received for wooden
en block I
Medina aaad-stone pavements. A U , M the
time ana place, propeaau will be received
bniiding a main sewer i. said Detroit atreet
thawhole length of the pavement. '
Psana and speciflcation. aaay be aeen and mora
particular Information obtained at said Kngineer'e
. . ... ,aiprovenM.a invite
aubmhuiOB of bids reaerviug tka right to re-
order of the Board.
,. J0HB WHITELAW,
.W HtT (Xvlt Engineer.
JV8T RECEIVED ANOTHIK LOT
of Bogwood Jewelry, ' Sublet Teat, Surd
Leontin Caaunj a
BtST A880BTM IKT 01 FOCKM
Boou ia Clsvetand oan ba fcond at
nd mra the best Tooio
in tho world.
Costivenefls. anl ail di
ce too bowels.
and all disftfts sristng
lrom impure blood.
ABB BOLD BY ALL
Dra;gj$ts and Sealers ia
EVERYWH EB E
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Successors to Dr. O. W. Roback,)
Koe. 66, 68, 60 & 62 Eaat Third St,
CITCINTA TT, OHIO.
Patent Getter Fastener !
Tbe most Durable, the Cheapest, and
tee most Simple of ar.j modo now
known for fnspcndiBS Tin
tiutters or Eve .Troughs.
It la (Irons ul Mot TiKible
rpiIK MODE OP SUSrENDIXG
X Gmtera a.-cor.liog to tbe Yapp's patent ie aa
follows: Across the top of lbs Gutter, atabont
fron 6 to lu f.-rt apart, necordinn; to tbosiieand
length, is soldeml a halt-im-b tin tuba. Thronea
tbia tube, roil or loit of tbe renuirMl Uf .i. ;.u
thread on the end, ia put through and screwed
niu me stnouintc-piate or rafter of the huildinir
vhkh the suiter is su.nink.l Th. ...
ter is held to the rod bv a pin, which is put
throuKh.hole lu the tube, and . r..
one in the spite. By aimply pulling out this pin
with tbe finger, the irnticr could be taken off and
lipped no aain without any dilhcullv, thnj rcn
dering it easily repaired or painted. By this
mode tbe ftutter ia h.ld stilHv in ii. ..I... (-...
WUtnTMr mllunl ... .1 I
- -Weh .u.t.in. the ner iill prS".
man ii. Ms Riving an idea of its
strenvtri. Tho whole faateninsr. mm ..t nr .inK.
entirely, thus ad.liDj to the appearance of lu.
By the old mode the irntter is snspended by hav.
3 strip of tin banded arnand it and nailed to
bnildiue. Soon the nail, vet pi,.,. .n.i .1..
band sli off. The wind operuiine en tbe gutter
gradually turns it around aid twists it about so
to make it usel-.,. 11 proof of this look al Ihe
thoussn.ls oi gutters hung by Ihe old troces.
Below ia anuended the .en ifir.t. r.t 1..1.,. .
Bnildera cenirying to the aunerioritv ,.i
l.pp a Paten' Gutter fastener:
Wo. the nndersiarned. Ari-hireer. r 1
having carefnllv examine,! into tha wii.. .1. '
above mode of Uauging and pnlting upOutters
conhdent that it is eupoiior to tbe old
mode, and we cluerfullv and Dr:.i..i.
commend it the public
J. M. BLACKBCEJl
C. W. HKABD,
S. C. PilRTVD
foil assortment of Bolta ami T.iu. t'. ... .
stantly on hand and for sale ; ale. an ingeaioni
,'wP'r boidlng the bolt while acrawing it into
lownsnip. wnnty and State Bight, for Sale.
ZXA- " nUj" K'- Tor"
or further par ticolars call at th Tin Sh-.p of
Tfi-ar v- . ,,n
Corner Praim.i . .. . '
1.0.1(17 -" . ..... vnn riace,
Jf3Jtl7 (Jlevelan.l m.ia.
ptTLTIVATIOX OF TBB TOICE, PIA50
(Orpaoiat of Pljrroooth Chnrch.Ka
Bnparjor-gt.t near Trinitr Church. junt-14:Ri7
UUTLKB A ItKKEf 1KL0 hSV ff.
moved their tienial ttooni. to Hocae No. asj
street, opposite Caea Building.
o. a. sirnjia, mn uitnuts
CIAS. W. si C05WAI W. K0BLK.
AttornejsrS: Ccansellors at Law
BASIC'S HAIR BB!,EWKK-Ston
Hair from fIH.. lf , " S""'.0?'
original color. n;ti,.,perir dres.lns : Tot '
"uuamilt, C BROTHitt.
. 13o Ontario street, ".
Table one .nd Pickling ; good strength and
fron elder only, ror sale by