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of g and mlddls-agea to ladn'fe I g habits. Tfcoee who or 'eel-' .iM M dispel tha growing evil, "Hinu Frailty, or Physiologies! Be. Vhn." It dolnfwtM la vivid colore (lor It 1.1' f t'fdlly fltutrntedl the nDM and effete tf Is B..,.-eid t1 lal dlaeaa and imr. solatia out thi "V'TMtttkli valve Scad the adverlUiaseal of "rsest-n r" lo another column. b by Dr. Harrow, m Bleeckerst., H. T. Vanki, Bent t d rtaae every where. Rcedthe drertiMaM-ttof Trlrwcar" la another oolpma. Ann old by K. r. .ri-rd ul WIUii Flake, vrnrrlatm 01elet.r!. OMn. l-ttEVKNTlON Id HkfTgtt THAN OU-B To Uv1lca at deluare keelth or impaired orfaclsa Hon. or in too., by whom an Ir.crwu et Unit Bros oaf ma oh)retki ble, !!. cnderstgord would oflkrapraeortptioe which Upe-leoUr relta- Me end eats, end shlra Iim bo-n prescribed Is ra rlooa part, of the old world tor (he put eeatary, Although ikaorttok la tor? rh.p and eiaipW, rat has as mat up In. hall pint bottles and told vry atenelvely at the exorbitant price ot 9 per bottle, tendBreigaea proposes to furnl-k tba racelpe lor tall worn of S 1, at Dm a eaeaaica of wbloh ev- Sfy Udr eas supply horsell wl-.ka pfk-ot aawrd. ; sr.y drag store, f r the trifling aua of at oaa v. raax. Aar phyeMati or drattfst will tell poe t Berfactly I rmlest, and lfcouaas.de of Vtiee Jala caa le arocuiad of its efficacy. Bant 10 aar art of too orl ! on receipt ol l, T laliroserug ' 1 l)r. J O. DKVERACX, AbsMbAH r. 0. Box, No. Hew Havea, Cona. MOTHER'S READ THIS. The lo'Jo leg ao extract fro- a letter writtea k tha pa-tor 0) a Baptist C'oarcb lo too " Journal ' sad s3encfr, VJInmuuetJ, Ohio, aad oaaki Tc4 uw la lavoroi feat world-ret, owned Bte.ao-e, of Wnnail Iootbim SraoP poa Onwava "Wo aae aa adraraaaaMatta rvarootanMU o lira. Wiaalaw'aboxtiitnitrrtia. Mow am aorac aald a word IE kirar at a aoVaat mmSiotsm bMcom Kl oor I iart w laai oeaaaUad to aar to roar &, that tola ao huabor wa aa raiaa it, un amw rr to auis.anaa, ltw arobablf, oaa ol tba Boat oaaaatal awdlotew of tba daf , tMoaoaa It la oaa ot aa ban. AndtemMrowradTrewhobartbMai aaBttebattattoaatolKf tBaaaaalf.' - . Soa aflTcnlapqioDt la another colt-xnu rpy B2E A FRIEND IN NEED. TRY IT. ' Ok. Intrt Inuniu LrataisaTla armored koai toa nolaa of Dr. Btaabaa Bwaot. ut Ooa aactkmt. fito graat boBc-trttar. and baa bavi: oaod la h la araCiea fcr tba laat oraatr roara with tba cioat aatoBiaMail aonaaaa. Aa aa axtaraal ratoodf It k) " wltaost a rtnd, and will ailarhttc rta aKrr pd- lytaaa 1 otbar an aartt'oc. For all BhamcaJlr aad Horrocs Dlsordara H la traly tnftUibla an aa aiiratrra for boit. Woonda, Baratna, Sralata. Jtu, ita aootbint, boallac aadfoo-rfal atreaxthaBin oWfjwUaa, acM toa ut and aatonit'imtal adaU wboaaTbOtTr (iraa It a trial. Orar fonr Aaadrad oartiiliaataB of nowkatla onraa, aorioravt' faT wltt-ta tha last two rava, attaat tbta bet. - tataalo bf atrouf A Arsutroai and Wa. t kit eixd rvoii r- TO all aafcrtng irotn Ouiaumftloa. lociplsut 01 joofirmod, or trom debility ol aay klud; vr trom Antal or oorrooc proatratloa, bronght on by aii aaota; or from acrortilooa oompi&tnta ; or frora dit hm ol U kida"t or lladjwr; aud to Ladiea aof Cerinx anr of tba auiy iMsttoatajr aomrlainta tk ir aaa ara Latat to, and wblcb aniadar OooauaUoa, TP I! BI.(HD (V D hoaprod ak a tionnvu ai d K i!-vl,i4 uemdT. Dtffar- : la rtrr aartic&lar from tba patent bmmMcidm ol ttt dar. It is a obfim icl oottiinarh,n ol lkorj, bUI fUiawi ruititnoh'o, oivok rreal wonk.aud auoir bu.rt tM f lad aud grauToi teatlmocf be tiie Nsn. tie it b.u c -.Vm-toA on tltt-ia. OHtacH A PCPOST.i BrovJway, Hew York, ara the aie proprletora of the antfla. and have ii ,3oaaiMaenoeot a tr;.t' altantrWd cpon tba pubtlc-iaba.i-1 tba oolnr of tbeoittida wranyMT trna aai Uo ; and increed tut- alae of tba bottla to I cMinceB. be Terr caatiooa In borlna to aee that tin. aae aimila of Uielr aifriiatarv U on the onuldo of the arrapaar, aa all othdra are odq 1 tart it, la oonsa- taenoe ol the larcre dt:n.fuid tor tbia article, the ti 1 swin druratbATe ail ordarad and raoelrad ao aj of vie kind, via : Cva. A. Klmbail, Wat. E. French, J. B. Hajea, . a.ai.loia. aid isanicl HUi-tr jr., Lowell. saT kuld tf a. i isX, Drugt t, CiereUnd. fekj. l-tl:UHC - aaT" Weoimgraiuihveour raaviera upon the .dtaeoTer of a anre enre for Ebeumatiatn, uont and Horacn, aad ail M.T'-nrWl Diauaaea. whioh la f. lacied wiiaoat the ne of inhanial nieJiclnea, whlrb aratror tbe oonstitailon aud aiTa temaurarf reiial EOair. Is fret, ft ia tlieor.lr known remedy eBti-i . a arlect etire, and wc feel warranted, Irom lu r tjommehdatiuua, in calliug tb atteutioo of tt.a'rj. dieted and tbuae h&ritig mends inSering, frota Uhen ,..aa.lim. Gout br fijenraima. or th ptn-icioos ejects .jof Jfiarcarr, to tii6 adTeruoment in aaotiiar ooanib . a if onr aap..r, oi lr IjvlaTid a Anti-b-bvtiriiaiie band qH K BJiST ARTIFICIAL HELY X. IwnraUCkLAK B1QHT K.aa UraaraDl U . H. i30LOJfO8(:fl, Vacuod ajwl Scientific Optician, Keeaa the larrtv aexortavint o( tbeuioet improTM kind of SFkAa vLd. Ail hie Oiuaea, waethr k BHr or tHr eiaMad, ara gronnd nvder hlaowa rnspection, Vf aactita arr OT a new conetrocilon, wl'.h the reiitat eara, an aa teeafi the eyea ia all Caere, onrtng Weakoeaa, DlnaiXeer or lnrlanuuatiun of Ua tree, and uaariiucairoaak Ayr toag iWlat or arte aawlna. at.-. Boiomoiiaoa woa'.d bereialorat theacalte f at e perer enploya anr one in tbe aaie oi oia bene a leo, a elendKl aMortment ofSPl aLAbeJLb 'I-.'HUSCOFEb. OOifPACSKS, AO., on hand. a-AliTlFlOlAlj I IIS Inecrud without pain ajp perfect ar natural. Oprica o. ia Hnaarlor atraat, ander Amerkms V aaiaaaaiaaaEaaaaawawaaaaaaaaaaajai yDSSFHTOoLT" A.TT0RNEY AT LAW, Ut a'uPlBi03 STKET oel&rBlt P. SPALDING, Attoesit A m wULMiKa mm IJatjW, C U. rmmMW D5TI W. OlBL XU BBUOl tOAGK & BRUCE. ATTORNEYS iT mn6 tXnuoel.on vt Lnw. OBoe 1M taMrifw I attract. (orMiitf HdrchaUat't bjA,OterUA.l, O. SPEK, J. F ATTORNEY AT LAW, V-'imm, Tnunbtili ooantTp OhK. Offot 1 fliavrtfrt irftf t. ae-cjcii WlLTlAHaO-N AND RIDDLX ATTOtPSirn at Law. OSne So. 80 Snprrtot toWt, Ktiavealtuid. Ohio. ILLlAMriOS. awrt-n T YMA KITTLE, Daalarra REAL iSTATE, tVarp. a great Tarien ad arma and utr Property Mirt.'ji, IUino'ie, M ioo o. If a an. Kent. A lO. ".''; . Uieaonrf awuata au. a Atwaur . " - ""''?m."ZLy , o- t AL Eaf ATli-A N. KKKKS, iiurmer.v o the firm ot Li -ey.' - P-uwl boni CctiOe Office la Ho. ckicA, oor. &er of Hnvenor atreet and lnt.Uc t a,ro ma torn aktiuadL m bui wTcral tiioatfti. . ! In ftV-llty ot kviUi!C caftotia la tb tU f low wwoQceia &d aiiMDon, to exebajiee. ra AfwkwMrtT . -!v.h rH 'f Tiaawaiajr-x- il afclaTEKaN LA1ND. H. u. lit V f TLK, of tbt Ut flm o LHtttja A Hym, L eonjU-otlf oa hull 4 Lare ttaantity of Qd i armtl Lftad in lovft, Wiaconcii, and UiaavKirt, tooxduuc fk.r cii-r or ooootrr r.-yvi aftate, or aersona! pro pert OtiMWitte Hn-naWt ,ir,1it7t. MrM lock. tUBft) A FRIEND IN NEED. TRY IT. Coal Oil and Lamps QiHI BB S PETKOLRPM OIL ! tVAJ luCbuUMRIrE fVTIlllLKClluILI avbblt ''ARBoH HI hi au l-bj LASi OIL I Maonfaetnnd and Keflned at the GREAT WESTERN OIL WOKKX W. C. SCOFlEu t C0n Proptietora, rnich wa ofler to the trad cat tb Terr lowart nark. et pricae. ehtvebken an laTaaaeT In aome of tbe beet OlL WKLL8, co&eeqttentiy w, caneupp'y ithe trade with both KeDueu and Urade Oil. Were. Idoa by meant of a aaa aof' I r. Tan prooeac. and aberelore c V wrract oat Oil free trom that etrong n . i. tmr uft KcSneo hiteffl wi- warranteual . .C-maene. Great indncement ofl-red to Job:r. T1 'K Rear of 1iBt. lair itrrel. near Aueiei u1, ("fine same ofBoaof W. 0. booQld'a Lara Oi' WoiU. mm .. ajc jTlKLD la alao annolacrurlrur Ko. ,ZTrJ Win and Tallow Oanala, and a anerri i.Vn. aU ol which will be tornisnxl i i.T A Ii II yj y. OABBOW OIL) - " Bare th rreat f Ofbon Oil In the cltf- J?r -T ".""r"r-- ktiaalitr aign pnoa ajr as luuioe. fl BABHIC, OtereUad. May 31. t! Bauk atreet. o ILI OIL. I jLHLm P I O K & Sit W 0 & 8. 0HAELB8A. DIAH, t oa PriRl CASP05 AFP PSTiOUSC 0 I L 8. w, , niltllrJ8 AHD UISBI0ATIN8, Watr iniL "ol! to the ia. Setto. pn. and the au.iitr foarantoatl to llalimad .-.panlea fnrnUbed Wli.6 pn IteoaaCHI t oa tr! aaoti or waver. lif pa, bKAPES 4 W1CKB At waotKAU. MORNING LEADER. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 31, 1861. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Jesse Fulmer--$100 Bounty--Able-Bodied Men Wanted . T. Lfos-Maai Pork " " -Hani aid fhotildera. " " -Timolhf eaa4. - " " r-Cboeea. ' ' ' drain. " -Dried Appei. Kr. Slaranaoa-Claaaloal School. Eawka A l'r-loo.!. Tba tirinaol uta Moajimo Ltuoikto Mwi ageou tt On Dollar and Fifty Cenu rr bUDdred, and bo doTiatioo ondar any eurnmeUaeea. Tba poataa; oa tha LmaDia. to New DaaJera, it ona-fourlb of a cent par coyy. we would profor that partie remitting pottage aiarnpa abould aond nanne and thraa oaat inataad ot laraW daojnuas.tiL.na. "Carboa Oil at 49 eanta. periittUc. XQbfictin( Oil at 30 and 2Jwrjte; Akron taacade Fkur, for family uaej No. 1 Mack ral, Dried Beef, Ham a, Pork, Bean aad Lrd, at - Gtoaoi Braaotrc'i. i Oviatt'e Exchange, CJereiaod, 0. THE CITY. ?oTiog Etamps akd STtxrio E.tTeioria, (except the One Cent sttmped enrolopes) ol the old uiue will not be received for poatege at the Clereland Poet Office. Be are and nee atantf of the new Uaue. Bumped One Cent Envelopes of the old Uaue reoeived a usual for poatigo. anj. I lw ; E. COWLES, P. M. Pniiti. CoL Beau; and Lieut-Colonel Hol'ingaworth of the 19th Begiment, were at the Weddell yeaterday." Tiia Caaa tsr Tbi. Cowg and hogt are bfginnicg to make a frequent appearance oa the itreeie. Shot them up. RtTcanEO. Rer. J. a While, of the Ply mouth Corjgrisatior.al Church, boa returoed frora the Eiat, and will preach to-moirow at tha above church. THE CITY. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.--Some one applied the torch of an incendiary to an out houne back of the American Buildings laat evening, and it was entirely consumed. Loss dot statod. No insurance probably. Great credit is due the department for their prompt ap pearance, ... Foa Kclly'i laLiND. The elegant steam er Western Metropolis, goes out for a grand pie-mc excursion to Kelly's Island this mor- ing. All who would enjoy a trip on one of the finest boats in the world on one of tha finest lakes in the world, to a spot especial ly designed by nature for pic-nic, will be on board at 8 o'clock. Police Cocbt Daniel Stellen, for stealing horse worth $60 from Michael 0'Kiel ol Brooklyn, was yesterday bound over in the sum of $300 by Judge Vail. Margaret Reiley. on trial for being con cerned in the stealing of money from the hwse of watchmaaapGibbon, was also bound over In $300 bonds. . East CLivtLinD Dcliqitza. At a Union meeting held in East Cleveland Township, uyahoga county, to appoint two committee men to act at the County Union Convention on the 31st day of August, 1861, to report delegates to the Union State Convention. Abner Mcintosh was sleeted Chairman and W. Ileiely Secretary, and Pinna Adams and M. M. Spangler were appointed said committee-men end B. O'Conna and A. M. Lloyd alternates. Kichcitino poa tbb 15th RuamiTT. Capt. J. Fa 1 trier of the 15th Begiment ot Regulars arrived here last Saturday, and has opened a recruiting office for his regi ment on Superior street, over the ForeetCiiy Bank. The faeadquartera of the IStb regi ment are at Cincinnati. Col. Porter, who i- in command, has been advanced to the rank of Brigadier General, and Lieut. Col. J. P. Sanderson is now iu command. DiLtOATis raoai Ecclid. In obedience to a call lor men of all political parlies, at two O'clock, P. M., the 29 h inat., the Town Hall in Euclid was crowded with the citizens, who were addressed by M.S.' Castle, Esq. The speech from Mr. Castle was perfect in all its parts. The way be used up the peace aroak ars was perfectly rich. Over two hours were occupied in the address, and daring that time all kinds of emotions were visible. Some times big tears flowing, at other times the cheers were deafening, Ac. Mr. Chessbro was chosen Chairman and Mr. 8. Dille Sec retary of tbe meeting. The Delegates ap pointed, were, Wells Minor, Democrat, and A. McBeynolds, Bepublican. Piccrocirra. Two plausible and very re spetfable looking men who were on board te Eastern train on Thursday night, were recognized at the depot by Officer Clark War ren as notorious pickpockets and confidence men, and were taken into custody by him, on suspicion. Ihey are Englishmen, and are old offen ders. Their names were given as James Brown enc John Stanley, although these are of course noma du ptcrrt. Yesterday afternoon they were brought before Judge Tilden oa a writ of habeas corpn end set at large on the gronnd of there be, "t do testimony, to warrant their being held. We are inforLcl 'h' had a little mo-t time been allowed, witnesses could undourU edly have been broag', forward who wotild have proved suffici?ut Ut Jv" caused them to have been returned. As it is, however, two accomplished sharpers a" at large, and will prey npon the oommunS'7 uail they ara caught in some of theft- neiarrous practices, and sent where they cpgM to" I now. An Acknowledgment. "We trust that the following letter, jrUt re ceived by the Ladies' Aid Society ot this city, will encourage the women of this aity and the vicinity to renewed efforts, by assttr in; them that their benevolent works meet with a due appreciation from those who are benefitted : . . . i Baaa-cH's Hotel, I St. Locis, August 2Sth, 1361. j Mrs. B. Bocsi, f resident Soldier's Aid So ciety, Cleveland : My Dtnr Jfadam On my arrival here from Bo, la, late laat night, 1 ibund yosires teemed favor of the 24th inert , together with the box containing a flue sapply of lint, bandages, 4c. I shall distribute among the sick and woandad hero the results of your noble and patriotic e2'ortt, and will forward you at au early day a more details I account. Very respectfully, . , WM. P. BUEL, M. D., Agt U. S. Sanitary Com. We would also teke thi opportunity tor returning the thanks, of the officers of the list Begiment, now in camp here, for a bun die of havelocks and lint sent by the ladies of Parkman. i tZy One hundred German emigrants went out on the emigrant train, of the Tc le 4o Rosd this sn.oro.i-ag, bound fjr Chicago. The Oberlin Discussion. OBERLIN WAR MEETING—3D DAY. Aug. 30, 1861. At the last meeting the report of the dor mlttee was ably discussed by Prof. Monroe, Prof. Peck, Ralph Plumb, Esq.. Samuel Plumb, Esq., Dr. Beecher, and others. Several of these speakers while agreeing ful ly with the sentiments of the resolution. while they were ready to say that the peopl ought to demand, and the Government ought to deolare the Immediate abolition of slavery la the rebel Slates, yet they doubted the good result of passing the measure npon the people at ihia time, and espeo ally thev aouoted the wisdom of originating such movement in Oberlin. , They would rejoice to see tha measure produced by the new eon verts to truth from Old Democratic ranks, and would expect happier and more useful results if tho movement should be thus in augurated. Several of the speeches were of clear, pungent aad thrilling nature. Father Keep was unwilling to allow the meeting to coma to a close until his post tion was known. He would state it in few words. 1st. The emsnoipetion of the slaves by the war power, is an aot of necessity for the safe conduct of the present war to the only issue which will give peace ind prosperity to our nation. 2d. We felt sure that tha public sentiment oz tne norm will fully sustain the Govern ment tn the prompt and thorough exercise or tne war power, and he would urge upon executive authorities of the nation to seize upon the present crisis to avail itself of the full use of this power. i rof. H.Cowlee could endorse the sentiment of the report He cherished the highest re pect for the Committe, but for himself he should prefer to express those sentiments thus: The only true doctrine for our Govern ment an people is slavery wrong and ruinous alavery the sole cau'a of this war, u,i ne uuwmaii our oniy nope oi peace. an. na-reas, slavery, long cnielded on er the Federal Constitution, ia cow. through the mad rebellion of the seceded titaies, ait outlaw, it is is the onlv true nolicv of our Government to treat it accordingly, and in the exercise of the war power to smite it to voe Qeatn. Sd. This policy should be carried into ex ecution as soon and as fast as it can be done enoiuveiy. 4. Let u say we, the people, ought to sus tain the Government in this doIIdt: for our selves ass will, and we call upon aU our fel- low-citnns to endorse this policy, and to pooia tne government in its execution. At this juncture there was a call for the question, and the large audience was hushed to profoundest silence while Rev. J. A. Theme in a most impressive prayer com mended to the Gracious Being our stricken Tth Regiment, the great measure we were iscuseing, and the interests of our beloved country, . The vote was then taken by all in favor of the resolutions rising, and the great con gregation unanimously rose to their feet. Laus Deo," exclaimed Prof. Thome sol t to so it off emnly, and the audience dispersed. J OBERLIN, Aug. 30, 1861. OBERLIN, Aug. 30, 1861. DEAR LEADER:--The sad news received here yesterday from the 7th Regiment; the reported death of Capt. Ehurtliff and the loss of many more of the "Monroe Bides," early all of whom went from this village, called together large meetings of our people. Last evening Prof. Peck, in behalf of a committee, presented the following testimo nial, which was passed by the solemn, tear ful, and immense audience by a rising vote : We, the people of Oberlin, affl;eted in the reported death of Capt. 8hurthff, and many members of his command, with a common sorrow, take the opportunity which Ibe vast assembly offers, to express in some manner the feelings with which we are exercised. Tender recollections of the virtues of the noble company wbicb has biought its p e cious sacrifice to the altar, pre ound respect for the patriotism and self-forgetfulnees which led it to make the sacrifice, and grate fat pride in the heroism which it exhibited on the bloody field ; all these sentiments are only acoompaniments of an unutterable and overmastering grief which grows with every moment's reflection. We mourn as If , bereavement sat over our hearthstones. And if our hands cannot reach across the loog distance which refuses to us tho p'ivi lge of administering to those who lie in tor ment on the field, our hearts do traverse it We yearn over the wounded. And with our sympathy goes our prayer, which eh.ill not be remitted in the public assembly, in the family circle, or in thecloset.GoD utr, cm roa, abb bless the dear tufierers. Tenderly do we sympathize with the relatives of our dead, the more tenderly because wc know the worth of those who shall come back no more. But as if from our grief springs the hope that the blood of our broken and dead friends will not be a vain sacrifice in behalt of our distracted country, and of the hapless millions in bonds, sympathy for whom was one of the chief motives which took our he roio friends the field. Yours, Q. An Anxious Day in Newburgh. Wednesday was a day of gloom in New burgh. The evening train on Tuesday brought a rumor that the Seventh Regiment had been surprised, and two hundred of their number cut oft As about twenty of the most enterprising young men of our township were in the two Companies said to have suffered most, it may be supposed that great apprehension and anxiety prevailed among their friends and acquaintances. Fathers and mothers, wives, sisters and brothers looked with trembling for the Wed nesday morning papers, but to their sore disappointment, no news ctme either by the five or nine o'olock train, and buty ru mor sent them sorrowing to their homes to endure suspense until the arrival of the evening papers. Five o'clock brought the train, and the auniuucemsat of no news again. The five o'clock train on Thursday morning Drought a large bundle of Leaders, woich were distributed in d uble quick time. They confirmed the tidings of a battle, but gave no particulars. Still, in more definite information, and the comments thereon, there wai some relief; and the patriotism of our young men was again stirred up. When the confirmation of a battle reached the Boiling Mill, four young men threw down the tonga that clutched the Jtot bars of iron, nd declared that they would work no more ur.til they had done what they could to avenge the death of the brave men who had been slain uy toe nanas oi iraitore. in an hour others bad joined them oatslde ol the mill, and they were off to Cleveland to arrange for their pascege tome n-snawES. B. The townshio of Boston, in 8ummit coun ty has turnished the am y with one-fifth of its entire voting population. If any other township can beat that, we shall be pleased to announce Morning Leader. Please announce, Mr. Leader, that Jeffer son, in tne county or Asniaouia, witn less than three hundred voters, na now in the tented field seventy-three men, being ono Jourtb part of ita voting population. But we bad not thought of publishing the fact. The first regiment of men that ever entered our village, was commanded by Col. Richard Haves, of Hartford, Trumbull oooniy. Be. icWi his entire regiment, composed of every able bodied man between eighteen and forty years of age, resident in tnat part of the county, wero ou uu -- ..onncr , aud quartered in this village on the night ef the 25th of August, 1813. Every man found bis own clothing, knapsacks, blankets, arms aad ammunition. As for tents and camp kettles, tUy had none. Indeed, each one provided his own food until the morning ol the day on which they left this place. Yesterday, a grandson of the gallant com mander of that Begiment frorr tha same town, marched into Camp Giddicgs at tbls place with as fine a company of men, for the 29 h Begiment, as has been mustered into service in any State during the present wmAiKiaiula tSoitiniL - - , ..,f. . FALL TRADE IN DRY GOODS.-- the hopeful signs of a rapid revival of bus! ness, we give the following extract from tV last Issue of the V. S. Economist and Dry uooas geporleri The fall business Is at last fairly begun me oij goua stores are no longer lnnooen ui uuyore, leu ma street, aro becoming in leraected With boles. In djmostio good there is a degree of aclivity j forolgn wooli are moving toa limited extent; French dress goods are dofioiont in assortment, but there ia a tolerable aawrtment ot Cnvliah dreaa goods, which has received the attention of Buyers; Hew York jobber have invested mnaarateiy in tneso rood-i Bnton is re sort ed to have purchased more freelv than acv ntuer uiareoi i niianeipnia very lignt'y vera llttla hai h.An miAA . irn.m.j to the Jobbing trade of Cincinnati; no buy . . -. . ,HIU tuvu. ers are seen irnro. toe oou'-O, Ot. lints or Louisville: Cbioago bas bsenbuvina? domes tic roods. The stocks of seasonable aooda of all kinds are moderate, with no prospect of mo uMiai increase ny importation, and mucn less than usnal by manufacture. A trade of about one-tnird the a us I amount seems to be looked for, though some of the more sen guiue talk f 40 or 50 per cent of the usual .'all buai ness. In the manufscturina dis tricts of New England aid the Middle States business is kept UD tolerably well bv tha Government expenditures for soldiers eqoip- "K" arm "r material, xne exoort DUsinrs. in breadatuffsnow seems likely to betudicl ent in amount to benefit the trade of the Western country materially, but mnch will have been done if only the outstanding debts are paid, as yet connections do not improve, and those who have paid so poirly for their purchases eao hardly ask to be further cred ited with new roods. The great difficulty at present, and that which does the most to imit transactions, is lack of confidence on the part of holders; some assert that they do not know who to sell toj credits generally are restricted to terms so short tbat buyers complain bitterly, and occasional lv declare inaenney cannot carry on business ir obliged buy et four and six month; in some in stances alao credits are generally or entirely denied, though parties ia good standing are doubtless able to get from one quarter or other most of the supplies they need at the regniir terms oi credit. Tne d:atrust thus manifested in many quarters is by no means without some foundation in the existing state oe" affairs, but thore is doubtless great danger tbat it mav be carped too far. A sweeping nfectiea of distrust ought not to destroy at once a confidence in the integrity and respon ibilitv of individuals which has been estab lished during the mutual dealings of years. THAT CHALLENGE.-- hsd by our reporter with one of our promi nent yachtmen yesterday, we are satisfied that tbe Cleveland and' Sandusky yacht owners have endeavored by iheir challenge draw the yachts of Detroit into a "masked battery." Whether soma vaehtm en born ke Greeley, will sound the' tocsin, forward. loodly as to prevail upon bi co-sailor, to pick up the gauntlet, so defiantlv thrown down, we cannot say. Sandusky bay, where is made a mnotia non for tbe race to come off, is filled with sandbars, and crafts of the draft of the Coral mieht slide over and might not. Instead of being a test of spaed. race at tbat place would be airnn v a mear- nrernent of the depth ot water required to float the several yachts. Why could not tbe challenging party have selected a place where there would be plenty of sea room, end no danger felt of thumpinr the bottoms the boats at the first tack. Dotheyficfat- men of Cleveland and 8andnsky want a sure thing 1 or, would they prefer to have the prize tairen Dy tne fastest sailing craft? Dct. we ratner suspect tbat the "prominent yachtman is not very anxious for what the gentlemen of the P. R. call "business," and very likely the "sandbar" plea will do as well as another. EucLtn Steeet Pbesbtteriab Cbcbch. Regular services will be resumed by the Pastor (Rev. Mr. Biltinger,) on to-merrow, (Sept. 1st.) The Sabbath School will also be resumed or of PERSONAL.-- Angier yesterday, were A, G. Paine, Bost n; 8. D. Page, city; A. B. Morgan, Trov; Jobn Graff, Pi tsburgb; W. R. Howe, do; V. Til yon and Lady, Brtwklyn; Thos. M. Brown, . Twombly, Dr. W. Brodie, H. A. Bsrstow, iward Earner, Detroit; F. B. Bacon, Jas, irtland, Springfield; Miss W. W. Johnson, ncinnati; G. W. Austin, do; W. '1'. Forest, do; A. G. Chippell.do; F. W. Fisher, Chica go; L. Goodale, Columbus L. L. Bhroveatd Lady, Loa'sville; Thos. Ives, Hartford; H. W. McConkle.Netv York. Frank Leslie's Illustrated, New York Il lustrated, Street & Smith's Weekly, Weekly imes, Tribune, Herald, World, Independ ent, ice. for this week have been received by Hawks & Brother. Fcoitivb Aid Societt. The following named persons were elected officers for the ensuing year, of the Fugitive Aid Society at the meeting on the 28 h inst.: Pretidebt. James T. Alston: Vice President, M. Greg ory; Treasurer, Joseph Williams; Secretary, B. S. Green. One of the chief objects of this Society is to guard the public against impositors. All persons applying for assistance as fugitives should be directed to the President or Treas urer of the Society, who will pay due at tention to their case. B. S. GREEN, Secretary. J Refrigerators and- waier-coolora, of all the most most approved styles, and Tor rey's four minute ice cieam freezers, and bird cages, and baths just received, and for sale at reduced manufacturers prices; also fruit jars and cans, at the stove and grate emporium of W. L. Maevib, No. 43, south-side Pnblic Square, July 16 tf . Cleveland, O. MARRIED. fa this t Augmt rth y the OT. Lewis Bnr. ton, Mr. l;HI-, W. BI'LLO ud atiia JANS UBBL'. h .tkof le' land. BUSINESS NOTICES Electric Batu. Dr. Gibson e new elec tric, bath cures general debility, rheuma tism, neuralgia, disease of the brain and Insanity. These baths equalize the circu lation and remove almost every disease In a manner truly astonishing. No other bath in the world give inch universal satisfac tion to the slot The pleasantest bath room in the city for ladies a female oper ator in attendance. OfEje No. 117 Ontario itreeL . jy8 Wuoobsib Labbs. The subscribers have several hundred acres of Pchool Lands situ ated in the courties of Marathon, Portage, Juneau, Monroe and Oconto, Wisconsin, that they desire to exchange for city proper ty or farming lands, or other property loca ted in the vicinity of Cleveland. Particulars can be had by Inquiring, either by letter or otherwise, of Alcott A Hoetob, 138 and 141 Water Street, jy:251. Cleveland, Ohio. fYoT fresh Homoeopathic Medicines in Pellets, Powders or Liquids, of any strength, call at Hall's, IT Public Square. aug8-Ell FaaBK Pabub. Livery and Boarding Stable, 99 Seneca street, A No. 1 Horses and Carriages at roaa suable f guree. sep24R26:ly C. C. O. Gary's Cungh Cur dec2tl ara For sale rvra, or BUSINESS NOTICES Coal. JiiEII UOK.EI ! I rVr. I H WI 1 I'T SON AHB NOW AND FaUTTjBINQ Ock from tha pnre HAMMOHDH VILLK Strip Vein OOA L, wtitrb is eoperlol t any other Ootte in the market. Wa nan Rirnlab t Mttimoatate from nomerone mannfactumre who are n w nalng II, and who apeak ol ita ouaraoter la tha h'aheel terms. tilao, a constant enppty of BammondaTllle ofrfp T-in IMITHiStJ COAL; and alao for Domeaiie parpoeea. Being located Immediately on tha Una of the mere, lud A Plttebnrgb Railroad, we eao ahlp with dfs pttck to any part of the State. Ordera eolicitoe. W. H. WAtL'i BOS. BaauavaasTilla, Jederaoe Do- 0. J SB. 1, W0. , fUM TO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO. The undersigned, deeply sensible of tha dsn, gers now hanging oTer oar national Government and Impressed with the sonvtctloa tbat they can amy be averted by Uis united aotloa ot tha who!, people, la whioh patriotism shall tsks the place oi parry spirit, tea poet fully and earnestly sail poa all loyal oltlxens of Ohio, who srs la favor of tha maintenance ef the Government, and of me vigoross sad continued prosecution of tbe war now carried on for ths uppreion of the rebellion agalnit the Oorerament, to meet and appoint dale galea to a Uaioa Ceavaa-riov to be held at the city of Columbus, oa Thursday, th. 6lh day of September next, for tbs nomination el candidates for tbe different State offices wbicb are to be filled at the general election In Ootobcr to wit : tba offloea of governor, Llent- Governor. J odgs of tha Supreme Conn, Comptroller. Treaa- arsr, 8eortary of Htata, aad one member of tba Boardof Pablle Works. . To save farther trouble In arranging the de tails of this important morement.wa suggest thai the Convention consist of one delegate for ea h thousand ol the sggregsts vote east In each county for Supreme Judge at the last election. with one additional delegate for each surplus ball of tho ratio, varying this apportionment. however, so ss to secure aot leas than two dele rates from every Bounty, and an even number from all Under this apportionment the several oounties wiU be entitled to delegates as follows 4 i Licking . 4 I Loa.n lii-n. Ashland . . 4 I Lorata , Asbtabala.M, .ati ooaa AtBena.MMI .4 Mdiaon.. Anglalaa . 4 I lahoBlne tteimont . . e I m anon.. ruwa aaiu. Bntiar at lea.. Otrroli champaianM Morcer . nlamL. oiara.. 4 I Monroe.. Ciena on l ktontaom.ev.. Clinton., sforaan Bio row 'akingnm Nobl . , Otowa. Panldlag Columbiana.. oeaocton PI kaway . r , . . Po'tg Preble Barrhion . iiland'.TrZ Ulgti Bo, king.. notm a.M B roB Jackaon oflnton . i 1 tms. ood .. Lake uawrente ... 4 14 yandott ... TotiJ V W s further suggeet that the delegates be chos en by county conventions to be held on Satur day, the 31st of August. Fut,ow CiTizairs of Ohio: Shall the Govern ment be preserved f is now the all-absorbing question, and the only one worthy of tbe consid eration of the American People. We feel tbat no lengthened appeal is necessary to anl.nate yoa to the discharge of yoar duty In relation to Ws feel assured that a respect for the mem ory of your fathers who secured for you ths blessings of free Institutions a sense of the ob- ligations resting upon you as ths heretofore peaceful possessors of those blessings, and a proper regard for these to whom you hope to transmit them, will be sufficient to Impel you to declare whh bo doubtful rotoe yoar unchange able determination that the Government shall not be broken up. Compared with the Interests Involved with ths great question all other interests are of but little Importance. If the Government which estab lishes and maintains social order Is f, rerer to ex ist at the mercy of caprice or dlsappa nltd ambi tion, there is but little of all that we now enjoy that will not In the loss of Its stability lose lu valne. Shall it be said that we have neglected, put In peril, the proper settlement of this Question, by oar party differences? These are now of but little moment. They are mere shad ows to allnre- as from the panuit ef the sub stance. Without value, nay, disgraceful alike o victor and vanquished. will be those trtamphs party whioh are celebrated over the rninsof a tlismemDered UOvernmenL Geo. M. Parerae, Franklin Conn t v. Wm. T. Bascom, do Samuel Galloway, do Jbo. omttock, do . H. Coulter, do Heory Miller, . 'do John Rrougb, Otiyahoga County. 1 L Weatbs ly, do B. 0. Griawold, do J. P Bi-hoo. do George Hygatt, do C. W Nohie, do Melancthon Barnett, do J A. U rie, do Geo. A. B'Uedict, do Id 8 Stevrna, do J. at. Rnlry, do Merrill Barlow, do J. M Cofflnberry, do John W. II-l.ler. do John C. Granals, do W. n. Cashing. do A. Stone, Jr. do H. B. Hnlbart, do X.G. Williams, flo W. Bingham. do Bl. (:. Young love, do . C. Rickox. do P. B. Tilden, do F. T. Backna, de William Case, do Henry G. Abbey, do U.K. Vllnt. do G. Tolney Doraey, Miami County. w iniam ua Barvev. do do dj J. W. D. Alexander. J. 0. Horton, M. G. Mitchell, M. B. Jonea, S. C. Writer. do do do do V. M. F la-ring. Lather Oay, Portage Ooonty. Davln T1. sliboning 1 onnty. George Willey, Cuyahoga Oonnty. John E. O irey, do f J. D ektnan, do Bntna P. Hpaldlng, do Beoban Hit kcock. Lake Oonnty. C. D. Adam., do Aaron Hiicox. do L. Smith, do C. Qulnn, do Both Marshall, - do K. 8. Pike, do D. M. Eddy, do A. Steele, Jr., do Sol. Schw.ib, de D. Carroll Gray, do kloaes 8. Harver, - do A. N. B ker, do 8. 8 Oa ora, do A. L. Tinker, do B. Biaaell, do Willi at Matthews, do 11. B Banter, FslrfleM County. Joseph H. Uiley, Franklin Coouty. R. B. Warden. do Thoa. Sparrow, do ' Jaa. H. smith, do ioa. B. '-wan, do olin W. Andrews, do J. C. Groom, do William bast, Clark County. i. Snyder, do . L. Harrison, do Jobn Calmer, do E. P. Kaneoai, do Jaha B. Hubrn. do Wm. Anderson. da A W. Samp on. Cbamp.Ign Goanty, William Eaiy, Mant-omary County. B Elliott, . do, Botvrt Dickey, do other.. tnwi -rn a t.hft.. i Darko g I,,,,, 2 Delaware... 4 trie 4 aalDeld - t fayette.. , 1 rwtnte.la a. 4 Oalita. 4 tt.-uv;e , 4 t4r.iie , ,,, 4 flrmn. , H .ftilllow , , , ? H incKrk 4 Uarilln . 1 iticb.end . 6 Ha idnnay Ii..,..!- H lota 4 Smii. , I Sh I by 4 ta k a Summit I, j, 4 Tr 'oibuli - a Tuarraaa . 6 ?nloa anwart . I inton . 4 W.ryww S Washington . . f Wanc 6 4 4 Dry Goods. JADIES' OUARUB." BX0WN 3 SUSPENSION WAIST aud IMPROVED SXIBT 8UTT0STSS, a perfect "Unloa" institution. It unites tba Coreet. ehoulder-Braoa, Anti-Lar and Sairt-anp. portpr In ooe beaat'ru1 article of Wearing A pparel. The " 'oB.tltot 00 must be Preaervrd.' which ev ery Lady eaya can b. by wear'ng these Waists. TBT THEM PRICK BEDDCEDI sala by FBUxtAa KELLOGO, St7 Btrparlorgt. Mra. POBTEB. Milliner, H eeneta St. H 'WE 4 BlGBEB,237.-nperki at. Mra. OABVET. lai ot. C"air at., and at Whole and Ketail by the Proprietors and Msna'actu. 161 Ontario atreet, over Moore's Auction Btore. t'levelaud, O iravwai.ta ataue to trroer. Bts.state aad County Kigbts for aaie. kombib a sHimnD We will prcaecQteallper-ona whoBuaketbe Wabjta make tha Braoes without authority trosa na. anie ,,:h W. 5 2 S I t ! j 1 Revolvers. INii PtStOl dofibV ftBd ftiDBTlA TowlilrsT BasajDM. Iw, Ammttaltlon aod UtkurtlDii A vsixavitAS lo mi Vaariaal. cbesfaat. A IbV Laobrss 'a lUhlnat Tr k lav ackl m Itodfj, KW., istlTses). UotKl, F ItM, 40., Ac MN JIM l oiesi m kit tjjuuiiiir, HATTEbij Lsti'tf Quo flton, IOC Boenor ml., CUvwiijaD'i, O. FLOUR FREDER1CKSBURGH Mllla aud Stark City MUla. Two of the beat aranae sasauy giowr as taai saarget. W. BtiLSLNCH, raasll aa aveaaiass. COMMERCIAL. NEW YORK MARKET-Aug. 30. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Rl.orJR-Market for rr,!d.ng grvV, may be a.T.LVi" b"'" r .,'?'4i .' -"P-rSne fate; . ... , mii'i u r choice a :i 4.J, forani.rt.n. ..t,rn; S,.0at.s.. or romrao to Died, a trewrttero; 1 , U.S-, m inr iiilniui,. .Itr. ronii-l hoop Ohio. a'.d fi, Uita bru. CANADA A.OLa-aura'rtdnll and nominal RYE FIUU-flieadr. at m.litfuJH. iKAL,-Aiaraot uol t anu wltbost aar 0bat4(. to out.ce. ' tlft-st rzet without Important caanae a.e. oi 61 bbtt 17 -a. wilkT.-MTkrt tprgoodsonnd lestiadrwith tnoaora e exo rt ie ao will rom,non ia ii..i... .,i,,,iou,.r,' lo-uir ana nuosai.1 ana heary . .r1." l ou U t'o,ca-u Set lug at Ma our: MOO Duab Kuwait ae elm at Siei.oJ. -a ui bo b auioe li.,,tluoal tin Kn.h n . : .""7""' ou.n rwn nniuchf at itwc: b-i itt ron wee.ern at Iiifcell7: MObuahln M lor Uo at 1 ,i c: A u m.h i. ii. -. Ui: I2uu..n.l, " " "-".rkot 1UI.I a d n minslly unchasjed, BAULK V -ala-ket ilnil aon uoanuai. d roan.lfor .V. .T.aZZI"" u SOOO i.o.i , -e ir : .t ,, i., .. !.,. . - f" eaasu uiiulH GUDIflllJ PlttAM - ft U I9I.I1HI bu fa sat AA a:."1 , . A. . -era. """"' wl OA fei-Market euiet. 268a for Canadian: 324 to for wael. rn and .tate rt 'alia Market doU aud prices without material lange. 8ali-a ,0 P btiii .t S 15.11 : maea. Brln? Vlti !n rtfc.- P- 0 ,let and at. erie -I h . ''. , V."'': cba: Hlt,SO for .ouutry primi-; t .DU.SO lotnm: u , iepatke-1 sum, bih! ieXia,i lo extta a-tfliJE WF8 DESF-Huict doll and prices l-'tn lll.lly UI.ChaBgKl Hnkt 1.J . Ki I. .. .1 .., , I , ,. chi-leoT .u...,uuiu, . Li" MSATS-Marketmodnrate roooast, at 4ae Ct fomhoulde-.;s, nici. fur luma. tAI : Uarket guM. ltRII-M.iaBidnll .n rk... C. , Kkl. Vt . u.nLr .-.-a. Ol low aod lorf i4i t.7o . """" v" 4. ai canst- steady at 7t4 with lees doing. BUFFALO MARKET—Aug. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FLOCR-Maiket steady and In 'jnodarata A. manu J HEAT Market i-loaed ZcKS b.tter lor pad winter with a b tier feeling all round. Hales uf 6.iai nh rnrt .iniAr.ru., lie T... .V. A a. I OUIB HUM VJO'isyt; Zll HA bun do oa P' I aia Wron; h.-,: ub white winter at bic; ebaab do at lliltc. bush Cocag, pring at 77H; t u.bdoat ic,aad Souou ClUtx atuarxi tea dub OB ptlTatat ibis OK Market Steady and in 'airrUrn.rol K. jlmoba-h ut l-naant, moitiy at latter fbjtitas. . . m , -. . mwi,, uiiU Ml III!,, IJANAL. liRRliiTn-lit uniun anil Ham, Wheat to Meoa yotk. LAKR I IPllic Ta 1 t.M. BV.n. nAmk.. hoat;40UJ b'uib corn ' CANAL XiURT4--l,trD bU Hour, 100,ntW bna whL'at, somu bush com. [BY TELEGRAPH.] OSWEGO MARKET-Aug. 30. [BY TELEGRAPH.] PF-OrR-Mirk-t anrhanged. VY HE AT Market dull anil a .bi.l. Silo, of a oi i.nah oo. s Chioeg . spring at ttlR N Uarket t oil. Bales of 1U6U) bu.li Illinois in to a rt to FR EIGHTH Firm and biata scarce In roioto ,nrn e of ibe Inturrnpa .a at Mod Lock. -ftL auJeratoed tbtt boat, will noes lively to-nwbt. U'io Kaa'rady arrived here througu the 1- c. iuc it wan repair 1. FI ur 2i, wboat i, cum 6, toK.w lint bAXK mPflRTS- 01.li II hl,l. flr.ni- Si.1 V.n Who t; 2-1 ot'i bnh iorn, A'AL rx,',iii tOoO bbla Hoot; uojsbnsb whu.t; 114,0.0 bush corn. CHICAGO MARKET—Aug. 30. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ITOCR-Market dull W it H 1, A ll S.La - cL..ai. So lTliwforN...: ORN-Firm, t'e for mixed lu itoro. OAT. o!rat teJiy, N KUKIPTf 6 IkJ tiOl. flonr- Tit OYI hr.a whaat 'lri.O.10 bu.h oru: BHIP tlKNTri-O.OM bUa Host: M ins brnh wurat, M,iA boah "nrn, RKIiJIITsv Dec! utd lc. Eagagamats Uo on Wheat to Ba&aln. aXfUAftLiK-Par. BANK NOTE LIST. COBBBOTan BT 0. A. BBAB A CO., BASXEBS. HAINR. BIMtVlNHtW AU Solaeut Bunks.... par 'All Solvent Banka.l. Oommereial B'k, Bath-su axenrr. NKW BAMP8HIKE Arctic Bank ail solvent Banka. par Bank of Appieton-M. Bank Of Alh.n. , Bauk of Kan Ulalr... Bauk of Boaver llatn. Bank of Foo do Lac.. Bank o Horicon . Bant North America. Bank of liatritowoc-. Boiolt darini? Bank Uhiipoway B'k, fipin City ot Berlin Oneida Kanlr , tHty Bank 1 Citizens' Bank, Black Uiver f'all... . (JlarkCo. Bank farmers' Bank ol Two VERMONT. an Dorvens lianas. H par MAB8ACH I1KXVTH All SolvoB. Bantca.... lari Baas BiverBank so BHCDE ISLAKD All Solveut Banks. par CONNECTIttnT. All Solvent Banks. aar NKW TOUR All Solvent Banks pari - NKW JEeMKV All Solvent iiank. par PEHWSILVAKIA. ttivers.. B'ks par in Ph'.i Hall A Rrn . Il.nb . Pr,KBlJ,j.M Ban. " ' " PHOal.nnr nun in tne interior KoaKOOOUg Hank in good rmrtlt Bxcarr. ajl.ake Shore Bauk .Mochanlca' Bank.. Mercautile B'k. Lodl. "! Monroe Co. Bank j" Manitowoc Co. Hank. ?fl ortuwestarn Bank i"!' 'cento Bank . I3! ralwirn R'lf K' TnA Bk of Com mertv. Krie B'k of Cran-lOrd ri... B'k of Intwronce lo. B'k Of Pano.plr.n,. Tioga County B:iuk.. Warren County Hunk Central Bau, Rulil- Portage Coqnty Bank iteedHburifh Bank Mononffhr.ia Vallo, Bank 1 Wtate Stork Bank Ootoraro Bank . Pittston Bank Shaniokln Bank . !St. Croix Blver Bank '" SoutherB Bonk J" Tradenmrn'a Bank. ao'Wnoil llAiinr. lU.b nottn-westoru Bau&, wausnara Co, Bang t anpaoca Co. Bank 6, Winnebago Co. Bank. M iVoon.iD Valley B'k 60 IICLIWA !(K AllSolveot bants. MAETLAWr. MISrlOiJBL Baltimore Benka. t All Solvent Banka.w ao Country B'k, Solvent utiiu. All Solvent Banks. pai VIKGINIA.. Wfaeeltne Rranrhn. in. iiiijaiiids. All othera. yHV'l au ooirent uanxs aal axcapT. State Bank A J na. Bank of V He ton. . Bank of Uttnna.4g(((( ft INDIANA 75 Batik of the State Pai Traiis-Allughony B'k 7! r ree .aqai . . . M NOBIH CAB0L1SA iiatiissss. All Solvent Banks X) All solvent Banks Til SOUTH CAHOLINA. All solvent Bank.. 0 All Solvent Banks.-. 75 ArVUI01AIA All Solvent Banks, 1LLINU1U. GEOKQIA- 411 Sotven. Banks &0375 All Solvent Banks. X'o0 ALABAMA. AU Solvent Banks. 75 All Solvent Banka. V.HBIf., a-a-o MARINE. PORT OF CLEVELAND. aWTEBrO. Aco. 89. Stmr. Cit? of Bnflklo, Perk-iis, Buflalo. ftmr. Ocwn, K ft , Detr it Btmr. Clviijdt Miller. Ontonaeon. PrOD. Pu svhoiiaJitt. lixrdi.n. RufT.al.-t bcti.. xvtt lme. UaiiAiTJuud, ixlcU4et4(41A tontiron ore, (Jlevel-ud vori,. Scr. Poirel, Bartlett. Ft ilupr, 105 M mmber, 90 M Schr. CbMbu m, Glcno, port Puron, 87,71- fert .ULTltrtr tkhr. Mei-Hli-D Flood, Br City, 46 U -ioglvi, Bchr. lUbelcm Fouler BArkar. Port Burwell, 90 M ESlTvy AH IAS L (PC . Stmr. CltTof Buftln. Tsarkfna. PnfT.li-. 8 tur. Ccetta, fcvatiB, Ietrutt. Mmr. Nor.h Siar, ewcri, u.itonafrnn. 5 ur. Ci.velauid, Af 1 1 tr, OutoitioQ. Prop. Pu ubuottuu Hard oo. B ILlo HObbli whl ay Ua-Uaj aUuclden, 40 v.sji ex aiaaia, w ttn PrOD. nfn FTowlarMl Naa.4n.W-ar 8cbr. Pttti-ei, ba tir-it, ft Horx-a. " 8c&r. ivXfh-OKe. Kuwrll. cbiu.asO. 400 ionm cnaL Khrkda A la it Scow 8wal i.w, H liiKiM, Bi.CaIo. IvMiUtm. 90 ton VVAASB. MISCELLANEOUS. Quick Trip. Th irnnr.iTAt rnnntnin ntw raa W. T. Paaaiiffi n th K. var V.,.b I'aii.mI Ui.Ha It-It BttH.lt ti the tr Dltij of tbe lyth, au tarriv-d io port Na.ain n tha eveiiiisg of ih Xitb, bafiof tnv tba ruaod ir p tr,m thi part lo rbic (jt, UHicbltig t(JcrcNindl Ietnit, Matiiio(C, SbfetKT- ftan. MtivrauRee -cd wVBakeajg, on bar why ub, to l" ib -ls nin daysj Ti- diaii-D - ran ta ax. me htn Ofttr i-u m Ua, and th- tim- trom ttve to d? 1 ibio un-l ior profp-tl ta to m&k the trip, oa atlvBd y th-iv h, heior- ImtI f p tri b4 h-t Dew ao la.proTt?d t iler pat illo hei. atMlit won d em fl-om 'tie eatruordin IT nn!r. tuna m.uiaa th t ihaa iif-. boiler hae t-iirco llit ia Mat. .Shl.BJk 4EV4say' CwBB. 1af aaa M. . TUj fOllowlacr :ii.to taut letter of lnitmcticn kaa bee&iAUt4 bj trcrrtair Chaae to Colkctr oa Ui Lake? I&4.A.VST DtPiaTHEirT, A KSyiv.it iA Meat 4 8r: I Lt fcfn ffl Uiiv lui.-rm.-d taiai It la ra-ttoiu-iy at ae.erat w U o tba L-kra to fragile ctanrHbo to rnra-U alter ihcir drp-rture, abd to end them j niitll tu tbe mjii-r-. mo thavt he r- lve tbesaatueon a-rlva. at tbe port of dre'lnt-ikm. aa iigia ooiurfraeni of tne itn t iter oi axtatioc la'i. n it aBDld in avom ritsVACia ! th. .ii.sma of ibe t adeoa tbe L-k-a, would ubUpae rt- It nourr mauir muaxraej' i g n-sirtctiona 1 can. ib-rrrnrif, wTe i" no ct!on to olllcara of tba tu i ota extending rTery trcinty aod coovr-nltwire oonsi.tent witb ibel-iw. and not lucompeUbia with tb tuierjt .jf the tvauae The BiMCtiB. ai Wht-er. of arnritlniT rUrBJinajnti - der 'ba cir umianca a attnl. loTssivsa a eiiona d- ' pavnuraitom ibe Uw, and you are mcc rulD(l7 dt- .niUi- itlj to oiKontinae the tama if pre ! railiDT at jroor port, and to cohlorm to ib icth and Kth aeciicai ot tie (-t iua Act t i7M, and lniit op Dt faitb itil compllanaw- there iLh by the maatera Oi vte-e enfftiT d In the trad between the 4tenl pvttt of tba I ui led SLaWe cn tbe Iakr, X am, Tary npretfoHf. 0 P. lUAS, I Sorretrr of the Ireaaurj. Tbe rfrlUr Oirrontz which In f. rmrr Tf-era bUsm. be'Wfeii BulTitoand Cbic-eo. aod wtien it waa rmiad amor a; ibe UrfMi cl :aa, and wricb for a taw yar psatbua net-n p-yiostoa Leke MlchitTn paaaeddown yearr dy, fitted out a) a tark, wttU acugo ol eraiB fur ual0.jMtnnt AdeertUer. 6team-r T reter haa Ivan lakr-n Nafkfar4 the ?i. Clair Kivar, lo ba repired. it ia,tuoiiTht tbat the will a Me to r atime h-r rt-ifilar tripw axrtio by tte flrat of the cominc wek. tha Forrat Queeo wilt ooubtleea be In readineM to lave tor ttaal luaw by Friday, on Lor reuiir tiaie. i6. Bnrina the oaat X htmra tarn atvt wavakat.-vl. ..mi. l4.fi4. iMVa paae4 thia port .a la and able at al can &artarr. P-vKSKaHV-. i ktxLES. kOR CELAlN and Tin T.lnad nt all ataa ...a ana Uoa'ly cheap. For ea Is by t'OLW tLI. A 10.. c 14' int-rio t IORCKLaIN - LINED fcAUCE- PA NM and Btaw Ka lAlea. For sale be l'jToo.. CO LWILu a ou.. HI Oataiio atraai. snit adr be riag ABLE-BODIED MEN WANTED I OHi HCDBrB D'LLR- BOrSTr will titilZiZ ' .i '"B'll- lUtlntha . .... -.u. .uauri, o, n. army, lor T II Ii E E YEARS! Ja'dJI'loa totht nbove, 9rry oldlar will re- CW fttffsl '3 M tl Plli MONTH 1 U5IXf Tl4 A Skr-a -tw. rir.lhl ar. twin . Ir,h.l...aa .. .-I atvuii.aA aalaVU Utrfj. . 321 NorT-Pont Ba ahnT. .i.-. a , . . Hat i. Thi. w".'v"11 ina Bremen m to t 'L" 'i'na tofagul.ra a are&r.no aaioiioavil.aiearois.h.raervlea. . as-Pay a-d gnlaU. a. - - . of gnli.im.at "aa nroas oay "Br-Kecro ts w'"l ba Imma'Hatelr sent to nncln fl. to ha tbcronnhle rfr.i ..t lngacllva.arvlca. ' '""''" wt.r aar rorthaFBartlcnlara will K. - . . L ...ms iaiijww. tu, .u,ll irii alKBS FU' MCB. - CtvpUiD 15 k ofttorry C , m. a BKriUUng VtHat. ' BtVrru i t i liaT Eaa'-.dAKTnilsL. 171 HnrtnrlrP a,.av l T I Mm. Pork, i t h W Kaaat lira nrl aai.if t .1. av. isun ium kuulj ior lam r t AND SHOULDERS. S ' H. Rn.in' a.l.kp.,1 atr.aTavw.,4 S9 , - uuruvu.awiiurniiiif A. T 1. 1 m, rlMOTHV 8EKD 50 Bur.HEi.8 prime new Timotti, Bead la store and tor aaie a"g'l B. T 1 Hi! PHEE8K. I.HOKJKDAE1ES V tl:rs Beaarva Cheas lot sale by aofJl K. T. l.VOW fiKAIN OnTS BALT t IlTI KA tor sale ty La"eS 1 R T. LY'iV ORl ED APPLET -fr-aleby lau. 250 Bl'SHBLS 8 T L t N QLA88ICAL SCHOOL, 18b - . - . FaosPsgr St. Mr. 'TEVrOaO V Sohonl inr Rnaa .III V neu on oeai 3L jva y m,"Bia4 .t cii o cloc. Thhcb-rol lor Toaae LwiIm a-lll a. . . I .. ' ' but., . a. rra v ClOCK. ar For P-cap-ctunea at ply a 184 Pros poet at. engJt . Military. RANTED IilMcDITElaY 1 1 r 0 U S G ME V0B TBS a. 6th, Fcrmjblt thi 3d, Eeqihxnt OF U. I?. CAVALRY l: The Term of Enlistment HAS BEEN BBSCCED EB'M 8 TO 3 IkUBbl Men enlisting In this Beglmeat will res ivs $lt0 BOUNTY! Attbtnd of the larm of IiBasUatgiunt. Tbe P-r TtriM run SI4 to S2y w ni.Si.th . cord toe ti tbe rank auri ctpaci.y of (h -ldier. lo addton to p-y. an atmaditoa -f good and -.omfor'- oiai.iotb'ba?i oo, uuartri aod OledHu atttrnd- aure wt 1 a tarnisbeu. Fit, 4 f cil&KCra,. to other with H0RSE3 and ACC0CTREMEXT3( Tho mn Will ba riSirOKHID IMWEDiATELTI PAT COMMtMOSS FB"M DATK OT 1.5 LI ST aiaaTi I Aa Boon ai a man enliats he will h ffirntnliaul eariria B'ta-dand Lodvia , frie of cbar.e.ai.d will go Into Caw ft in a few daya. dd!t immediatcLr. at tha NEW KKCiX.k urn UOiCL. rtkWr.trect 4. W. WAP-!, 'at Li-n't tb, "a'y, Rfcruiiinf OtHor. Olarelacd. 'h'o. ISt, ld-i :s 4 ' ANTltD DlAlKLz I 1MME l-168 TOUN'O MENl!I- POB TBS 6th Rkqimeht or Cavalry U. S. AkmtI term of enlist ext 3 i ears! 8100 Bounty at pad of tens ef Enilataaent ! BrBaA RsBE CHANCE NOW OTTEBa I"w3a Aebvlolningtbla Begiment. Yonng Men poaaeaa ing the reurualt capacity, will be promo'ea from tbe Ranks to Commissioned Omr-ms 1 None neidappy bat yonng, able bortl-d Men, of tuAricu-r. tne pay vartea Irom Sil l to 3 perrconth 1 bey will be torn .nod, frre ., charge with an abuntUiioa of good and comlort bin OLOTHINO, FOOD. orA 8TKBS AND MEDICAL ATTiaTiOH. Together with their Hokses, Aemh & Accoutrements, a rrn will ea - UNIFORMED IM MEDIA TEL FI Men joining thi' Begiment may rely upon meeting aef A few good MUblOlA NS also wanted. t&'APPLT IMMEDlATELY-vat the New Kogland Hotel, comer of Water and .1 . c . 8. BALK, Lieut, cth Cavalry, Hacruiiliig OlScer, ai,24:Rll . A arAv sr , -a r.m a Military. Clothing. ryilK UnDEi.ajlQ.Mlj.D HAVING J. purchase th- entire .lock of Co hieg, i.lof-.e, LkVl A Hi I At. ra now preparing f r at a.b. enientol t. eir ia i S'ock, w.th the ln'entionto v. u. -iiMiM-W l IHIDIU BOO Cloth BU4'- n.sa at th Ir aarotoloreoccupi-d bul'ding, bo 147 Water aueot. J oar a AtOBcAco, . . lf Wat rat., Cleveland, O., re i . .A.DI . " ' """art at , aew kork. Cleveland, f'hio, Aug. 1 . lerU.264 i UJfi F&IaNCE iNai-ULjEUiN. Vb M em1 1 tic tic tit of twh a thing? A eTiBrce of t raix w wa bv( He asMne to town -boot ior algal, And at pped -t tha Abgte-r. The people rim Led to pec him taarwt And eli d'd atni gUnc. . For Itw "d a- raoo oaior A r al lire Print irom I raoca. The Uaror aod t'l r ODBcilmeo Uellt-d thr-re ti a hie tliLnof. Ard var ra b in a-.m nmttv wtna, Tnai ilea gut a iuwh bl draak. Then Ty or of tho Angier tttk Hia Highne not hiti w The W t-r -.. rkaa d Ar.r Ciire, And Parry baiute too, He rook hlra all aiMuiwI th tovn, t'ntil t iat Ui y futijo In fr at of I A -CS 1" l HALL, bea he did load aciaim: Why tn la roH rran a f'ra read Ui iaoac' ( ni H t. An i r rx-lTrd a In-n 1 e ma hra That os hlta 1 wontd cadi "for ht mast l b JrV fMaoa, 80 floe a nail to k- 1 And the" the au be aelli gtxd clot ita 'aio avery aeraoo chtrap. ' 8oJn ha wvet and bought a a ait To wri rn the N orris atetr, Aad aidt tf Lv's.. oa k thia way. He'd call at oar tfn(aar. alBstnmmirr ClofhfilBT ertM fHAaaaaak- af Iflllfl a IfAAU'9 I'Mot, UAtLthnnat any other placa tbe world. Pare Li:ksn i Atm tn, vit. '-. a full aait, Coau, Pautaaad Vea. tor One iv.i: laraadruty iiaata. w e da'y ail oetapeUUa at ISAAC Am. ISAACS' MAGNUlCJjllST VIA LOU HALL, ABB STOSH'8 AUTOMATON PRESSMAN. Corner of Cnloa and Brrparior rtreeta. as- i.nnr ir rn tnb uini -b yOLUN TEliAR- ATTENTION Wa have BerfTarl ana . .. A to furnish any amount of Aii.rAa.r uxiroRMS tbe shortest notice at extremely low prices. Wa porcbaae our Uilltary Stock ALL FuS hAI CAijJ ompior vuly eiperieeced workmen Parties forming themseivi-s Into Military Compa nies wiil, by cubing 00 as for their C'Ditorms, .are leaet 211 per tnt , aod will bae a better at tnaa tie iuratebAt e'aewaere ordera 11 ore iae coun try arastiUcitaal and will ba Broaaptiy atieaded to. B. naen, fnneZl:K36 tffl Unperior at. opposite Bans:. klUQ YAL. A, R. REDING. MERCHANT TAILOR, haa removed to So. 14 Proeveet tiarbfe k actory, where La will be pieaeed to aae ud his old cautoraera, as qinnl, and aaw enea in vited. Genta who rnmlsh tbeT own Buterlals will U a VAtfrxiH to call oe him. axr Partienlar attenticn aald to crrttfng Bora' ranthtee aaAvi1 A H W-tntvij ollCE To ThE pUbLic Our Immenaa stock of gammer Clnchin win sol. id tor to. nat ku (Tart at rxaL. All thoeA, deal. baraaina better sail aooa. 8 BtAHM, JanaJUlUS 1S3 Siiyarior a. la of aa call the b V i V r Lake Steamers. ABAD KXCU'ION TO KI V LET'S IS'.afcD, landing at Carper,, Duck, .he floating fa ace WtS'JEBN METROPOLIS, Capt. Ooll.mtih will leave bar dock on Sn'n neuat .It. at 9 o cock a.M, returning at P T'ckrte m cor, te, to be had oa bo rd e'ai p"l I- envayad tlrwocre'l"n. er- 1 - ia i8oi. -r rrHE MICHIGAN SOUTH t; 7';"'d'i2' 'Pdld PaaaBngw Btaara-.- ClTy (Jt BUFFALO, S100 tons bon A. D. PERK IS8, IJommaodrr WESTERN MSTaOPOLiS, vSuoZa cm- L B. Id'HioaiTH, Oiimanilar, ...".'i 10,1 i'lrJ'"e Hth, leate th. t. O. Co a Ooca tor ButtaJo, altarBatelv.overTwaaiJ SO' Irxk. except Ootiunlal aaM ..!,. anrTiitr" 'ar' V aad ihcuaK. S tatero-a-Thoee lioaLi have ae eqttaja tr gpee.". gai. and Comfort Connectiona aad .u a ., iraica t ftukfara I ana, cBUatoga, law kor'a. t ton, Ac , Ac. e-lia.I,HT RATES SAVE AS ruoPet.ira aVSaJTiaais Qutcktr titan by EjmI. i . t. L rJABgli., aaais at. ax u a a lr. Ag-ot, clevelasd.' Lake Steamers. Wants--Lost--Reward. STRAYED rVRf, ii jit .w oa WKiiranayaf a av o. Acgat '8th. i"Ol B IB KB 0L0 OCLDING Coil. i.on'l:.,Ta:fl?;J.r "'"".a- .LAvS'TvrJ" CTilA a'ED. foOaD iff MT pellT a.J Ii3, ho i Tlrestre t.i h. -r . gostorh cue rirl.ht rtdiiW iia,, . - giv-rg m.U. whi;h tbeiwuvOaaaavabgla-Br jr. pert- aud paying cbargea ''all at M ithawa A InUri.'. aa??Vf. pJ,lB .,rt. " . -aiii1. - Lake Steamers. Wants--Lost--Reward. For Sale or Rent. I OTo TO LEA.E. 2?TUZS1 J 0,''r.D oa.Erie, Miami, Ptttabargh. Kinarnju UUlo and App'y w , : r JUDBnsf, No. UI PBrkjn,' Block. B"gf.ll a i . a t. . , 7 jr. rl "II OALtl-luHU 4,tti' I HorrAHl It iraAfmAhl. .A , . . iWwwick - urta. ttt. Clar riavi. iZZf tosfj Ml. ' - .T. BKCti DWaA.LiMj' ov.a. m.tryij tiii mruuiim, or 10 V PnMI. i , . TTE a L ii . . " A Farm nx 9i A mra WITH A TW" bToBT BKICS na.t.r.inc In the italiaa ia of arcuil-ctnra, with bam.' eu. cietorn and not h,.n . .,i - ted, and renrt, for ocenp,.cy' Tae ooaao SbST-t rL V n-ipror-rants ; tbe grounds hav. B fronton Lin-m n Ayenue f 4b ro.1,; a braourj rayinc aod a li.iag brook run throngh the rear ecj ot the Farm ; i here are aetn-ral springs of rnnnlui, out trom th. bant, of the rarloeTVt J? with sir. He b, dranlk Worka, can beoooveMaVi iaaA.ui a, . riu-ra. gor a itriau'l aaid..n, tbe whob grounua can ba elseanuTTr.:. HTaT? .. arraiiged. 'or a Uar dea. Vineyard, or Fruit I. ', tnro, it can be mado profitable, bofng ao near ilia oty-or.ly about mi rod. from the corpora on Umlta Thia farm can be divided .nto lou oi on. to flve or more ai.;n.. and mace elegaat realdeooea, and at a bwgeaiJvraceol the price at which It cancw be aurena-ed. Tnere are about 3 or t acrea of word Und, a nai of which ia a beanttfnl Grove. Tb. B-iaeman rtttvet Haiiroad paaaes tllrotiaa tha Ara A.te tu trout of tine Farm. iS.a , Sl. 1WU cinny BBICK BOCSE. f omi Mraci. Houae aod iio aroverjaQCaa're CLtaJI, With all tOjk mgwiLfi atf a las ati-4 Bvtal. 1 a. ataiitial manner. ' Alao AN1CW Twit a-muv rj i. . c- Bn.a Barn, tms Bijldinga, Aa.aitnated oa roreat arrret! His-, nor.lt orttie n sm-nce of t he Hon A. la. BUddie. Lot luiteet froot by X tot deep This ia a arat cleat 1 house, built in a aubetauual manner, and ta me luuiau atyte 01 arcttlecttre. AiaoAnother 1V.0 blabl BKICk HOrgJL Barn, Out Bnildlcmi Ae.. a.t,oia.r,. ,, . i. j?" aenbed Lot 1U) l,t front by feet deep, aad li ' iahod ia :1 reeivcU like the other Alao :iK VACakT 1.11T a i . aecond tot Irom the corner of Kinsman and roreat Btrftrce, 111 fool front by 3 deop Nine lota, on For est street, betwr--u klnamLin aim R-nnii ann east able. Lou si aet front by t feat daaa. uj -peli on lime to anil porcbae-ra. " staVFor further lntormaiion roiutre of the uxilsr SlgneO, bo. MT) iainiuau at.. Cleveiaan. ublo. FOR &AL. THE HOUSE AND LOT ON Pityborgh atreet, knovra as the HltchcocA - 'Party, bcusg lot One In Case's addition to Cieva. Visi03. Sulll BrnMrtr hirln. n. h.i-i a- . . . aaa as: "I aou a. a i f iu-t r. on Pitts!,ur$h street and eitenfUcg back ten roda u, aa alley, lu hosae ia large, wail be in and eoava- AAAOAAA- mvi berBia app,y 70 XI. BACK. Co A HOBO. Octll!:Ble Ij'OR SALE. Oni, Second-hand -.. -oiiei uprtg.-.r,. so called, lately naad the LeaJer otfloe. bai-l Uoiierist2 inhrr. tr, .:i- ametor, ootaioe, and 6 feet ioa : furnaoa aart a Li t diameter, and S feet hi .-a. Bald Doi.er oriirinaU. mt gAoa i a . . anj with the grataa. aalety-valra, will ba a-fut further Bertlenlare Aainin a, tvia a. r at T. J MoGanr'a Hbaa Boilar bhoi. aa ra Confectionery. IMPERIAL LOZENGKv iTK X hsvetuia day received a .arge lot of isrilUL tulItDll. now and very nice kid of Fr nrh Can 'y aijiji v a atoGAS, .- vorrer aocid at. and fa-tie Cjaare. ang3;3Al PKACH KS 1 r-JiACaiiii II W E are receiving; daily, From 40 to 50 Brn-HELS ofthe So-et PEaOE8 in asaraet, and .a anpprr ilea era or Conuiuara oa the inost liberal term a. BRvftrBit jh 't. nil a Atl'tiASI, or. rncnq n. jT-0 nUajO. (JON SECTION Extx & Ji'iilllta. MOULD t HUM SEX, 1S5 - - - - 8npiaioR Sr., CLBTELAND, OHIO. Since tha destruction of cor stand. No. IK goaa- t"B T corumodfc!os biiidlc?. bo. lcJ superior .iteet. sou fiiMd uua st jie superior- anything in th; cv. 011 hilo For the aervlng cf Cakea. Creaita, Sorfa. Ac. on tn aocond door, are Urge, airy and ligh-., and w-.Uy furnished, and Bitaocr lac I, nca s, can aannre our eostotaers that we oaa aervo tbera ia maB beuiAe a'.yie tun formerly. In oounoction with tha WkoleaaJ. .sd rtetsil FBtlT AND OUNPECTIcJiEaM BCSiNA8, wa ara prepared to supply WKDDINU3 and PARTIES the entire rati. taction 01 1; itomera, with arerr art! -ia nta-di-d on such ocraalo-. Oor stork of sanraa Pick lea, Prrnervea and Fnee Cannad Frnit, '.obs:era, ailoo is very Larva, aod w 11 be kept ia jooatant aopBiy, oi the rery beat Suality only, OCB SODA r"t'MTaI!f weil eappliad, aad will boooraii d rajta auule oa ft. SWW are wholesale mannlactarera Bf C.NDIE8 AND CONFECTION ERT every vai let), aud also wholeaalel alers In 08- an,E.-, ijf-o'ja, o.l'lA,13 ati't etlRK Lisl FBI; ITS of eTary dracrtetion.aDd Ml 18 otail k'nda aVar-ul(.ABd of the cboueas bra-ul. . .1 tound. ivia:B:11 I0EN SCHRlNIi BBnig ramovaa so bh aaw aartars, ' KO 94 f VHiv". , T r.r.r ' w "A avan a I OPPOSITE THE rviCHT HOC8E. C8IJ0 BUASaC la prepared to receive tata calls ol hia fneaia and She pvbiic at large. Bveryt ".'.ng in the una or vrtKUoBtrt hi kept at H0LEAf.S ANP BCTA IL aa osnai mm,m OYSliiE3 AJuD iiuT CLiFFES. wvl; as the ehoioast aatablea aerred aa at a aso. caaat'a Bodee. DINNER IS SERVED DAILT or tbe Brx-omBiodatloa ot per eon. Having 1 111I1 aal -lUti.Oo-.r. b,T.o. a,f:ts ai.a on CBAnon- Dyers No. 96 Seneca 8triet, (Next door to Mra. Porter a atmicary Btora.) By fbadebMoe cibiax. Dyeing and Cleaning in all Ita braacbea. PWaes and axemitie Buielu d gocle n the .tore aWBAreo A. ' a-are BeCiOrrg A H 11a a. ana, TaT lor. tir:.Ar0't A ' o . ael th-. M rcianta. a rr (ti. JAC'ri&J.i alLK ANE . WOOLEN DVBS. No 111 Frwrl atreet, s Side. Odloa No. TO Bank .treat, tia-rla' Bkrak, Ara ooora aortn ot et. Oiair "treat Boawla ol every vartary deanee or ayed. -flcIriT' earns enta clcacod or ored wuboot bctDg j tar apart ofHoe oBA tv e i re-AO-i a as tii a r bl &. VV L Li ASA Il fu Drar and ahawl Ch CleBanr. hrurt Imsf, t..u b-tmi hia fatt'0i and the onhltf" tnat Kat bona Baa?ua, aod located at M (it. Ci&ir srrwt. Ci-a K&d, Oa, where he baa C;td ay a DV K fa Ota wit bent mdpt:hinrr. rraU-w cf xpenm, and flavt lra h:iBjpe(! tbat by atitct at-antir-a to tmai ut-aa Cuat will be able to rajjjr.in that patroaajTe aad .apaaTcl Whir for 00 aRaav vasmnBTTt4a. his 4avW-vvra Jewelry. ON THE COR N E ii IN E A R T i FOLNTAifiia voa run rr. n J' -8 tl-Pf- r i"ty, and cheap. n-a i'- rV THE CoR tsR aEaW Till, FOCaiTAAki.y ac ia:i ct w I I cau find il l'- A '" , Wafhra.- N THE COR.MiK aMaAit Ti! FOC2tIAIit, yoq can Dcd JJ rV'Wbadwl 'Vr'- : O: N THE CORN iiK aN&AR i- FofIrlTAlJi.ro- an Bad J FO 0 M T AaB . poo can a J a J F0C-TA19, r ' ' Taa LvW t.e-- .-. .