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"ilVri A T ftiORMNQ, rCT. ft. unit. GT Ail Heading Hatter on tbia page is from our Yester day Afternoon' Edition. TRAVELER'S REGISTER. 10 , a. HO r. a. 4: f. a. a .. M . ..it M le horfc. a " .-u r.' .'" " "'"J V.O. UM7 : 1 :W " iiM rHsa ku ' AlirValA. rJntM :uc a. l . a. kit r. a. fakeahore . 4 U " las " f ..Jt't'l waeeilaa- M I ; ai.etr.. . ..' " L-.iuil. M " 1 il Boat... :U0 1 itiaea. imuiw ooavayaaee o HBer of th Abort Tr&a ar dak, anil be e.ai for by Mm Coaebea o( w ocB!tie uitct, ... Uuaarwc aire. er it I rl THE CITY. soma Genua Bboimut. Votwbm eaaUo kaa aathorjiti tb orginijation Cl t&ottarfQcrmkB Rgimeat,to b. italloned ftt Camp Ckii (th 680.) ana hai appointed H. BaaMwain, m ColonoL who will arrlTa ia tliia city to morrow, (Saturday) on bui lt at eoaaaottl wili tie organiiatloa. Col. Buvvir, haa In reputation of ba ll g k superior oSLoar, iu for many yaara 1 tha Austrian arm and distinguish ed hlmsrlf at the Utiles of Hageata and 8&lftrna afterwards went with Garibaldi to Sicily to tght for the indepndeno of tit Kaopolitaa Kingdom Barring as Chief of Engineer in Garibaldi's staff. O. B. Krause, of this eity has been ap pointed saoond Lieutenant in this Begiment and has been assigned a reoraiting station In this oily. Lieutenant K. was Tery active in the organisation of the 37th German Sgiment,aad his numerous German friends yill promptly aid him in reoruiting for the lath.; Stati Orriccns 87th (Gsma) Eiai- err. The following are the staff officers f th German Begiment which left this ity on Wednesday for Camp De unison : Colonel C Siber; Lieut. Colonel J. Von Blessings ; Major Charles Ankele ; Adjutant A. Wester; Quarter Master Theodore Voges ; Surgeon Dr. G. Soheeek ; , Assistant Burgeon J. C. Sohenok ; Com. Sergeant Wilhems ; Wagon Master Langdoerfer. Ucsxm Ao,Aaar Storm. There was tent south from the General Freight Depot in this city to-day the following shipment f muskets and army stores : Tor the Supply Department, at St. Louis, lour ear loads of ooffee, containing thirty Six ton. For Lieutenant Colonel J. P. Anderson, Cincinnati. Ohio, twenty-nine eases of Jauikets. For Got. Dennison, Columbus, fifty eases of musketa. AnonmiUTS. Among the appoint ment) made under the recent order of the Adjutant General of Ohio, we notice that of l.'harles JL Hunt, of Warren, Trumbull county, as First Lieutenant in the Sixtieth Begiment. and A. C Voris, of Summit county, as Seoond Lieutenant in the Twen ty-ninth Begiment, CoL Bulkley's. They "will make good officers, and will nerer re treat unless ander orders. Hiaiqdatiaj! Ohio Militia, aid Vol- " Vitus, MnJTiA, Qcatiemasii On- J iul'i Orrica, Colokbds, OoL 8, 1861. J NOTICE. From and after this date no passes will M issued by the State of Ohio, to soldiers on furlough, to be refunded or kept out of lnair pay. All Bills of Transportation will hereafter t settled and paid by the Assistant Quar lermaster U. S. A., at No. 80 Btate Bouse, GEO. B. WRIGHT, Ass't Quartermaster General. AaoraiK BxemxiT to b OmoAJntm la Toiido. The Toledo papers state that Mother regiment, the 69th, has been au thorised with headquarters in that eity, J. a. natnaway nas oeea appointed as Lieut. Colonel, and John B. Bond, as Major, both of Toledo. The Blade speaks in the Jughest terms cf both the gentlemen, and it especially complimentary as to the mili tary ability of Maj. Bond. Convention of Railroad Ticket Agents. Testerday morning the tioket agents of xailroads in tie United States held their end-annual eonrention at the Bussell House, in this eity, and were called to or der at 11, A. M., by the President, Mr. Jf oueu, ei tne unioago ana Cincinnati Bail road. Mr. Wheeler, Secretary, late of the Mo bile and Mississippi, resigned; and Mr. Marshall, of the Cincinnati, Clereland and Columbus, was stated to fill the raoancy. me committee en Business reported a plan reoommendu g, as a suggestion to the conference committee, that the roads en caged in the trsasportation of troop 1 re turn them r iieir destination, prorided it can oe reacnea by railroad or regular steamboat lines, or by stage lines, super seding lake or rirer nsTigation, at the fol lowing rates : jsr miroM (per ntto). f cents. irr MMnr( InclDdlns (par milt) SH " jrS(fr Bit. A The Conrention went into committee of tne whole to decide upon changes of rates. The committee reported the following caaages FTlfT CUM. I5 n , IS 7T, Detroit to St. PuL Pitubanh to Datroit. s w f 19 C!reiacl to Dttrolt.. Brulport (ooit Whnllns) to 1-Uoit. jmm 1 jcroit to m i- pvtroit to MiJwakM foOS uu S M ilalulo to 1 troic. kuioa Bririg to IMroit.. Tram Bnflklo to Dwrali . . 3 JO ss anuiiM Bnage to DctroiL- It vat oa motion decided to hold the next nesting oa the third Wednesday in March. 1862, at New Tork. There being some dirersity of opinion relatire to adopting the per oentage sys tem, a resolution passed appointing a eom sittee to report more fully on the subject tvt the New fork meeting. DtU Adv.Zd. Batallion Drill at Camp Wood. CAMP WOOD, Oct. 3d. Eds. LxiDia: We have now daily a Battallion drill at half -past four, r. m. Very many of the sitisens are here to witness it. Ws hare also one Company Drill daily and one Squad DrilL The officers and non commissioned officers are rapidly being per fected in the manuel - of arms. Quite t Mmber cf men, both from Geauga and Trumbull are already enlisted for the bat tery that is to accompany our regiment un der the command of Captain Wetmore, and ft large squad more are expected from Ge fcaga before Saturday erenlng. We are all aiiousfor the day when our regiment hall be ready to ester spon the work trUch rebellion has forced upon ui and sp as tha citizens of loyal States. CAMP WOOD, Oct. 3d. T. From the First Ohio Artillery. Cfictrt of Chpt Aonkle'i Battery &Jr- fMr aamvs for An(ucy. Ctxr Dmiisom, Ohio, Oct 1, 1861. s. LiAOin: Sines my last to you our battery (Konhle's) has been scoru into the TJ. 8. Sirtioe for three yeers. r. B. ures lin, formerly a member of the CleTeland Bar, but now ft Captain In tha regular ser vice, mustered us In. capu oianaari s BatUry has left the barracks alining us and pitched their tents about half a mile distant, where they bare a good spot to picket their horses and plenty of room for drilling. The 17th Ohio, CapL Connell, recelred marching orders this A. M., and took their departure at one o'clook P. M. They are ordered to Kentucky. The offioere of Capt. Konklc's BatUry here reoeWed their appointments, and as they r well known In Cleteland It may interest many of your readers to know who they are. 8nlor 1st Lieut Paul F. Bohrbooher. Junior 1st Lieut Lemuel P. Porter, of Cleveland. 2d Lieut Win. H. Pease, of Cuyahoga Falls. 2d Lieut Henry C.Lloyd, Cleveland. 1st Sergeant Nat M. Newell, of Cleve land. Our Senior Lieutenant, Bohrbooher, has seen several years servioe in the artillery of the Grand Duchess of Baden. He par tioipated in the revolution of 1849, fought under Gen. Sigel, of Missouri fame, and went with him to Switserland as an exile. As the artillery of the Grand Duohess of Baden especially distinguished themselves in those memorable days, we have full con fidence that Lieut B. will give a good ac count of him f wherever opportunity shall offer. Lieut Porter was formerly a member of the Cleveland Light Artillery, and is good officer. Our 2d Lieutenants, Messrs. Pease and Lloyd, were both in the three months' ser vice, and are fully competent to fill their respeotive positions. Everybody does or should know Sergeant Nat Newell. We have him branded XXX and his friends are well aware that he will pass inspection. CoL Barnett, Lt CoL Sturgess, and Brig. Gen. David Price, P. B., arrived in camp yesterday morning, as also did Sargeant's Band, whioh is connected with our regl ment The guns and equipage for Eonkle's Battery arrived yesterday, and we have them parked directly in front of our bar racks. They are rifled brass six-pounders, and the earriages are all new. Captain Konkle will leave for Cincinnati after our horses in a day or two, and the probability is we will move for Kentucky as soon as we are fully equipped. The 88th Ohio, CoL Bradley, is in camp, and is expecting marching orders dally. Martin L. Paddock, son of T S. Paddock, has been appointed Sergeant Major of the Begiment by CoL Barnett Paddock, though young, is thoroughly drilled, and no better appointment could have been made Tours. &c Ed. T. P., Konkle's Battery, 1st Begiment Artillery. AiKXST or a Womajt m Camp Wads Sheriff Craw arrested a woman in Camp Wade yesterday afternoon, upon complaint of disorderly conduct, and placed her in the County JaiL She was put in charge of female attendants, being sick, and a physioian was called. She had evidently passed herself off as a man; her head was shaved and she wore a man's shirt Being very ignorant, she is hardly able to give an intelligent history of herself. The phy sioian pronounoed her very ilL She is probably a resident of Martinsburgh, Vir ginia, near Harper's Ferry, and gives her name as Julia Myers. Her sickness is no doubt caused by ill-treatment and expa sure, and those who have seen her sympa thise with her in her trouble. Thasksqivibq. Gov. Morgan, of New Tork, has appointed Thursday, November 28th, as a day of praise, thanksgiving and prayer. Secxsh PaiBonxns. Twenty.five Secesh prisoners were taken to Camp Chase from Western Virginia, on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Thuixs. We are under daily obliga tions to Messenger Ellinwood, and other messengers of the American Express Com. pany, for Columbus papers in advance of the mail. Work! A letter has been received from the Sur geon of the 7th Begiment, asking for fifty bed ticks for the hospital at Charleston. The material is cut out and ready for mak ing, and must be made up before to-morrow night Will the ladies of the oity call at 95 Bank street to-morrow morning at eight o'clock ftnd take it home? Oct. 4th MRS. B. ROUSE. tSF Another examination for Army Surgeons will occur in Columbus, October 16th. Candidates should forward their address to the undersigned, when a circu lar will be forwarded eontaining full particulars. J. W. Hakiitok. oc5:866 Secretary Medical Board. AnmiYALS at Tei Axoixe Hocsx. Judge Fitch, Toledo; D Tilton, N. T.; W W Master, Mass, Horace Taylor, N. Y ; Mr Mrs T O Wells, Hudson, N. Y.; 3 3 Whit ing, Boston; A St Clair, Wiskcgon; Wm Eiting, Ct; Wa Burch, H. EH Hurt, Michigan, J W Hewett, Mich.; W W Park- er, Detroit; D M Griffin N. Y,- H H Getty, Mich.; A B Farns worth, Detroit, Mrs Hu- lett, Cincinnati; M L P Thompson, Cincin nati; A W Nuntington, do; D Douglass, St Louis; T D Dean and son, Buffalo; Miss Bean, Buffalo; H E Clark, Jas M Smith, wife and boy, Hartford; E Dudly, Louis ville; Jas Zaone, Louisville; H E Parsons Ashtabula; Miss Thomas Prioe, St Louis: T D Messier, Pittsburgh; 8 Lathrop and wife, Adrian; Ira Buck and wife Adrian, S P Ely, Marquette. Mrs A A Bipka, Phlla. J 3 Aiken and wife, Pittsburgh; 8amuel Carpenter, Philadelphia; Thos B Sinclair, N. Y.; B Aahhansh jr , Detroit; Mr & Mrs Q H Bidman Miss Stewart, Miss Davoe, B. D. Fisher, Baltimore, H. D. Graves and wife, ChioagoPftul Virely and wife. Akron; it X tfeaeu and wire, uamcier, J J Jackson, Michigan; Chas H Hale, Sen eca Falls, N. Y4 Wm H Upson and wjfe, Akron; K H Angen, H. Y.; Rich JEordan aad wife, FaU Biver Mass. Natios al Loas. The amount subscribed for the National Loan In this oity, tinoe noon, yesterday, is fourteen hundred ftnd fifty dollar. Svicidi. On Tuesday morning of last week, as we learn from the Sentinel, J. A. Grockenberger, of Cherry Valley, commit ted suicide by outting his throat wun a rator. tie had been in a derangea staie 01 mind for some time past, and a few years ago his brother als committed suicide. He was a steady, worthy otiiten, out appears to have been disturbed by the war. He leaves a wife and four children. Oonntaut llrporter, td. Nkw Music Boot & Cady, of Chioago, have just published ft new piece music, oomposed by A. J. Vaas, formerly of this oity, entitled "Cincinnati Air Line B. B. Gallop," dedioated to 8. 8. L'Hommedieu, Esq , President 0. H. A D. R. B. 8. Bral nard is the Cleveland publisher, where it may be found on sale. Dutxict Couit. Nothing of publio in terest transpired In the District Court to day. The Court is engaged in hearing motions. HaJ The steamer Illinois arrived in De troit from Lake Superior at 8'olock last evening, and will probably reach this city during the day Stoves and Tin Ware. WL. MARVIN, No. 50. South tit1 Publio PQuart, bftTlng been tut end sWocted from ell tbe vrlncieal 8tv?e FonndriM ud nnune-raniisnini hbkuii anient 01 iru,ejuur, Philadelphia and Sew fork all theneweetand most approved varietws ot STOVES, for Oooktne, Parlor end Heating pnrpoeee, and tlio eu 01 ine moei Useful JrticUs of Jlome-Furnishing Ooodi, Be1de having the xnot edvateftreon fort lit tee for eurcbeiiDft titovee ot Cleveland manufacture, pe ealisvrlr adapted te thU mrket. Alsjo, hiearranfe iniDta with Oincinneli, to be weekly applied with ail tne newt it ana moat ueauurm scyiee 01 ENAMELED GRATES, which, with hie long experience of 15 rear In this citf iihii bnvlnetfs, enhlee him to offer to hie on meroos triende end the 'rtwt ol mankind" in gene ral, the Ureateet Inducements in r grd to quality an 4 price for them to pure tame goole in his line DpKD tneun ruxu eisa.ji. THE "DISPATCH COOKING STOVK" U oontinning to lnoreeee In pnbllc favor, and iitbe moet DURABLE, XOoKOUtOAL, QUICK and PKHFECr eperating fcitov in the mart, ae tboue anda of Houefkrtepen in thie oity and mrrounding ooantry, wno are dally nsing the Stove, will testify. Ho hai alro a large variety of other xiiew Styles ol uuu&iauoiu v j.3, ae weu ae PARLOR, HALL AND OFFICE STOVES, Both tor wood aud vo, or CLEVSLAMD AMDOrHIB MANDFACTDB1. lie manufavetnree. and haa foi eale at wholesale and retail, all kinds or .Plain and Japanned Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Bis stock of House rarnLsning uooas Marble Mantles and Enameled Oraie Is leree end oomnlete in style and finiih. eyAll are mact oordially Invited to call before parchaMDg el whore, and judge for themselves, ana setiBiaciioa is gu&rantoea ax tue - STOYS t QRATS EMPORIUM. W. L. MABVIH. P.O. SO, south side Pnblie Hqnars, ee;36 Hpw4and, Ohio. Stoves and Tin Ware. Sewing Machines. ismtitQ Ml WITH NEW IMPROVEMENTS at REDUCED r R I C E 81 The nnerioritT of three Machines overall others tor rami1? nse ts now tnorougmy esiaDuiooa. At that tut fnir of the Aiueucan Initirutoat Pal' ace Garden, the Committee awarded this machine tbe highest rreminm on acconnt oi tne "Elasticity, Permanence, Beauty and General Vetvableneu of tne Hutching when done and the wide range of Ut application. BThe above a varo has repeatedly been endorsed Vf aVAl uio Valium uvea mot eaasu maw aue mM achine Needles. Pilk Thread and Oil. at the OHioe. vx ouperior St.. uieveiana, t. jtnJSend for ft ClrcaUr. augio G ROVER & BAKER SEWINO MACHINE COMPANY. Bal. Boom 171 tinprlor 8t llmland, Ohio. aSfOD of GrcVBT A B&lcer't dofseleMt FAMILY BE WIN 9 MACHINES Cms now be brrerht far tha EXTEIMILT LOW PRIOI OT $40,00. ETlDK1nodil their nlts.tl.w with infrlnelnf oiftctatnea. the Orover a Baker BewiaA IlKhiDc Uomsuir rooae tlimt the public tluU be be&efirteO Uurebr, and have ihcrardfDfilT or mra FAMILY SEWINO MACHINES ABOCI 10 FEB CAttT. Sr.ln Boomi lTt Riiperlor bU, Olereluid, Ohio. Aso Wimud. H""-r Olroniaxt. fcbxdt Stoves and Tin Ware. Sewing Machines. Hotels. gT. NICHOLAS HCTEL, jtRUADWAY, NEW YORK. Board beouckd to ?2 ria bat. Sinoe the opening of thli rut and commodloni Hotel, in IsM, it haa bsen tha aingle eadeaTor of the Proprietor! to' make it the most sumptuous, con venient and comfortable home for the citisen and Stranger on thie aide the ;Atlantio. And whatever haa aeemed ltkelr to admliJater to the oomfort of iti (oeaU thsv have andeavored, withont regard to aoat, to provide and to combine all tbe elementa of individual and social enjoyment which modern art haa invented, and modern taste approved ; and the patronise which it haa com manded daring the put eix reare Ja a gratifying roef that their efforta have been appreciated. To meet the exigencies) of the timea, whan all are repaired to practice the moat rigid economy, tha nnderaigoed have reduced the prioe of Board to TWO DOLLARS PER DAT. At the same time abating none of the luxurlee with which their table haa hitherto been anpplled. TRKADWKLL, WHITUOMB A OO. Mew Tork, Bept. t, Usl. eea7:3M-3m MANHATTAN HOTEL NOS. L 6, 7 and 9 Mtirrav itrwtL M rlmr tVta Rrvawl war, ophite the Park, Krr )fork. fiune FliM Proprietor. X, Uortrraa, late of Pearl Stre RaTlaiBoeteflU M. laiu.Ltiaal Iaa.nrs 1!. KfVleVks Medicines. S AN FORD'S HAIR DRESSING in INVIGORATES THE HAIR, BEAUTIFIES THE HAIR, CLEANSES THE HAIR, IT CURLS THE HAIR, Or dreaaea It In any form deaired. A d Ugh ttul per turn, and the largeat bottle aver aold for TWINTT-FlVl ClNTS, Therelbre It Is laat taking tha place of other flair PrAftAr&ttoca. Hold hv re pat an 7 MRS. WINBLOW, An erperlonotxl Name and Female Physician, nr senu to the aiteation of Mothers, her SOOTHING 8YRHP, VOU OHlliDBBN TKKTtilNa, which rreatly fiaoilltatee the proces ei teethinv, by soften lug tho fums, roducinf all luflammattcne wtil allay AIjL PAIN and ipasmodic action, and la sure TO KKUUiiAlJ. TUSi BOWitLrt. Depend upon it, smothers, 1 will (Its rest to yon? "BriLlii AND UHALTH TO TOCBIHFAHT8. We have put np and aold this article for over t- years, and CAN HA i. IN OONFIDKNGK AND TUUTll of it, what we nave never been abletosay ol any other mwlicine. NKVtli HAS IT FAILKD lb A BtNGtiK JNtiXANOKTO KWViUJT A 00 iij. when timely aeed. Never did we Know an Instance ot die. satisfaction by any one who need It. On the contra ry, all are delighted with its operations, and apeak In terms of command a tUm of the snatfiual eCecis and medical virtues. We -peak In this matter "WHAl wig 1X1 KNoW." after ten Tears' ei Dorienoe. and E ledge our reputation for the falflllmant ol what wc ere declare. In almost every Instanoe where tit infant is sufJerins from pain and exhaustion, rolieJ will be tonnd in n rteu or twenty uuinUsS aiw uv iirnB is administered. This valoable preparatli ut Is the nresorlptioai ol one of the most Kxpertenoed and hkilifaJ Norses tB New England, and has been ssed Ui Never-aaiiinf THODHaHDS OT GABE8. It not onlr ralieves the child from sain, bnt invui orates the stomach and bo wais, corrects ascldity atic givee lone and enersy to the whole aysuun. it will almost Instantly r&Tiere 6K1P1NO IN TUB BOWELS, and WIND OOLIt and overcome convulsions, which If not speedily remedied, end in death. W e believe it the butt and latest remedy In the world, la all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea in children, whether lt arises from TsbstlhinsT. or anv other causa. We wonld aar to a- ery Mother who haa a child suffering from any olthe foregoing oompltunts, ao not let your prejuaices, nor the prej udicee of others, stand bet een yon and your sunering cmia ana tne reuei tnat win oe pure. yas. Absolutely Sore, to fallow the use of this Medicine, tftlmelv used. Full direction tor mint will aoooa- mnyeach bottle. None cenoine unless the tac TtTaTfleofOCAiTIB APCUK8( Now York, is or tne outsioe wrapper, coiu uy 1rtiKCUtB torongnoni the World. Principf.1 OlBoe, 13 Oedar Street, New Tork. FnJLOalt UNliX VaAlD rJi BOTTIaAV aatatffl:di.wR2B mvt sale by DTBONQ ft ABM8TBONQ, OHUBOH ltiii BttU.. ana w ai. m iuivj., uievoiana. WARRANTED IN ALL CASES Dl, BUT T'8 CHRONO-THERiUL FEMALB FILLS, For the prevention and cure oi all thoas oimcul- tles to which the Female system Is peculiarly liable. arising rrom Steppage of Kature or Obstruction. These Pills have never been known to fail when the directions have been strictly followed, and they are perfectly sale to taste ny tne most oencate. ToMAELUtO LAUlfcH thevarv) wu-ticul-rlr commended, as they remove difficulties and restore nature, no matttsr from what eanee the obstruction may ariae. A few days in most oases will produce the desired effeot ; and although so powerful, yet no Injury will ever result from their use, but those who are pregnant should not use them, as they have an eftect coct.-ary to nature. Pamphlets detailing their virtues, with nnmerona oertincatea from Veil known physicians and apoth ecaries, can be had on application to the agent, who will sttnd the Pills, 11 desired, by mail, poet-paid, to any address, on receipt of the money. No id in boxes containing sixty Pills, by ail the principal druftgUts ana aeaMrs every wnere. . W. OLARK, Gen. Agent. JvifiKai HO RneMrinr t. ( Uwltnri. A DR. BWEErS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT TBI GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY, FOB BBIOMATrf M. GOUT, NW. BA LQ1 A, LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK, JOIN To, BPBAINS, BUU18K3, (JUTS AND VVOUNfl.t, FILM, BKAU AOHK, AND ALL KBEDMATIO AND KCUVULiB DIBOBDatts. Dr. Stephen Sweet, ol Connection Tha great natural Bone Better. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut la Known au over tne united etateav Dr. Stephen Sweet, of CAwnecticut la the author of 'Dr. Sweet'a Intel lte Liniment Dr. Sweet's Infallible Unimenf Qnrea Bheomatiam and never! af Is Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cares Barm and Scalda immedlal lr Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment la a certain remedy for Neuralgia Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment la tha beat remedy for Sprains and B ml see. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen Gores Headache immediately and sever tails. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Affords Immediate relief for Pilee. and seldom iaila. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Onrea Toothache in one mlnnta. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Onree Cnts. Woonda Immediately. leaving no ai Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment la the beat reme for Sores In the known world. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Ilaa been need bv mora than a million seoala and ellaralaeU. Dr Sweet slnlallible Liniment la trnlr a "friend in need." and every &milr ihoV feavelt at hand. Dr. Sweet s Infallible Linimenl Is or sale by a I Dnigirltte. Prioe S centa. KiCHARDSUN k CO, ' etit77:dwRie Bole Proerletora. Norwich. Ot. - Tor ivle bv HI oBf a Armatrona elola Aaenta tat uieveiano. UEIOUS KOIflCIDENCE! BLrOAH TJHDIBTH1 OOUHTIB iBHITH AND OTHJCBfl IN A BOX III FQBBIS in ilsht with his Celebrated ARABIAN CONDITION POWDKKS. where everv owner ol Horses and Oattle can flnd.the best Medicine in use (or many of the Diseases peculiar to such Animals. i ney are a sovereign ttemeay lor uoias, uoasot, Loss oi Appetite, Hiao-boaBd, jDistempers. ko., Ac. SASyThdsift Powders aJwars arlva aataaiaction. aa tha Thouaanos who have used them, can testify. 8ee Oircuiars. Try them. For sale bv E. T. OavlonL K. W. i aimer, Benton Brothers, and Strong A Ann strong, Cleveland, O., and by ail Dru&rista In the ooantry. At so, at wnoieajoe oy tne proprietor, at iei Ontario street, Ctonland, Ohio, to whom ail orders mum oe aaareasoa. IhbtliiUiulaw W. U. flUUIlllL CUB UI OLD SACHEM BITTEE8. It la tha Finest and Beat 1FR1RQ MEDICINE K.KOWBT. It lean Unecoaled POBIFIIB AND KJ-UliLATUBOr THI BLOOD. Tit It awd It Will Do You Good. Wat. GOODRICH, Pnprb-tor, New Baven, Oonn. ar War sale bv fltrona 4 Armatrona. and bv am. oen. Win Merohaata, and Dmaciata generally. swi n.nswiaiw Hi I; 1 1 ( : Dry Goods. o PENED THIS DAY W1NTIB STILIS OlOTH MANTLI8. BALMORAL BKIBT8 full alia. PLAID WOOL BUAWLD. BBIS8 OOOD3, DUMIBT108, Ac, Ao., at TAT LOB, OB18W0LD A OC'8., Dry Oooda and Carpet Store, aeM n Superior and 131 Bank street. T ADIEU' - HUME UUAEDU." BROWN'S bUfciPKMaiUN WAIST AID IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTERS, are a perfect "Union" institution. It nnltea tha Ooraut, bhoulder-Braoe, Anti-Later and Skirt-Hup. Dorter in one beautiful article of Wearing! Apparel. The "llonititutioD must be Preserved." whu:h ev ery Lady says can be by wearing these Weisu. TRY THKM-PHICICb BKUUUKUI gar sale by FBIEM AN a KKLLOOQ, JIT gflperlorlt. Mrs. I'OBTKB, Mlllluer, VsBouecait. HUWCa A BIOBEE, 23?Supriorst. lira. BABVIT, aamt.Olair St., and at Whole, sale aud Retail by the Proprletora and Manufectu. rers, 161 Ontario etreet, over Moore'a Auction Store, Cleveland, O. saWaists made to Order. ' ata-8tata and County Uighta Ibranle. KOllKia A HHirrilLD. We will proeecnteall perMna who make the Walata or man Kne raoea wuaoui auinority irom na. ana 1 9 H. D. KENDALL & CO OPERA FLANNELS, In ail shades. Melton and Middlesex Cloaking, Uisse's 8 -uare Shawls checks. Misse's Lous; shawls -c becks, af.ench Plaid ehawls. aiiddlesax ha w Is . Irish Pupil as, and a great variety new styles DRESS GOODS, together with t he most ev tensive as torment of Black, coua coioiea, nam ana igurea nuke TO BI FuOHD IH THE OITT. aeplS H. D. KgNDALL OO. A LARUE INVOICE OF XI- Missxa & Childrin's Hoop Skirts, Of the belt manufacture in the market. Just received by I. P. SHERWOOD, mmerior at. septt JlBuOUS, TRIMMINGS avn MILLINERY GOODS, Opening at I. t. SBEBAOOD'S. sepB " . 348 Superior etreet. 5 CASES, FIRST QUALITY, MERRIMAC PRINTS, Just received at . P.BHEBWOOD'8, ?42 Hti potior street. SPp?5 Dry Goods. Physicians, &c. ihViit.a, 7 . .a. ftaaaawj E.Ba.v n istTamait mi "i ' On Euiuktd DoUart Prmnmlll SBMINAL WEAKNESS, am RiwiAMiuosA. aLUT, Aa., AMD 1MPOTXN0T CURED, After all other Treatment Falls 1 1 DR. A. GIBSON. wurmviij vi new aiursi un;,iu jay juv uua- tired dollars &r. the proof that he ever sails to our the above iiamed diseases, lie will pay the same sum tor tne proof that any ether Physlolaa in the United 8tes treats the same iHetosos with equal snooesa. Alter many yean of laborton itndy and exped anoe. Dr. GIBBON la hawr in beins- able to an- ?onos to tha nnlortunate, that he has perieoted a system oi reatment iur too SPIKDY ANl PSKMABKST CUB! at tha Above and other PRIVATE DISEASES with all bad effects arning therefrom, including DXBlbiTY OB MCHVODH PBOt-T EATlOfi. He has soooeeded in earing oasos In this city, some of whom had expended hundreds of dollars with seif-str led phralciMis, who prolees to treat all private maladies with success, ana without receiving the least sartfole of benefit. Dr. Gi80N does not boast that he Is a member ot some College in iiondon or Paris, as perhaps some others do for tbe purpose of ensnaring the innocent, and who hold out groat expectations never to be re alised. Bat what Dr. GIBSON might boast of it this, that he is able to give entire sat la faction to .nose wno repoee oonnaance in ais aouiiv ana integ rity, and that be has perieoted an American system of treat mant which challenges anv Phrsloian or Lon don or Puis, or-any pa tout medicine to equal tor the radical onre oi seminal weakness, ana au a is eases or derangements, both mental and physical, arising Irom aexnal or secret abase. Dr. GLBiiON also claims for his new treatment the following advantages over all others yet discovered; and Urstt the agents csed are In no reapect disasrree abte; he uses no relics of the dark ages, such as mefOui y , nor any ower oetevexioiis oxug : oecoooiy no restrictions in diet or business is rrxired: Thira, ly his treatment is positive and cor tain in au oases. He stands prepared to go into any public or private hospital in the United States aud demonstrate the Immense superiority of his new treatment otot any other now known to the world In point of prompt noes, permanency, miidnosa, safety and oonTenianos to the patient. Dr. GIDEON Is permanently located In Cleveland, And haadniing the pttst two yeais pcrlormed many eares of dlseasr which bad for years resisted ail other modes of treatmont. Beference can be given to Individuals of the first respectability In Cleveland, Jiojtoa, New tork, and other title in recard to sxiii ana initxm.y in ait pronriinnai xanriacioua. Dytfpapaia, iLhuematbm, Berufnla and ail chronic dirteasM treated with supertor soooeas. T Utkdiciue sent to any part ol the oonn try on receipt "t ten dollars. Dr. GIfiSdel ti Mew Work on Physiology for pale as aim ozcoa. Pro tester of Electropathy and Mediate. ar Office No. 117 Ontario street, us stairs, a flw doors from the Public Square. Office hours from 9 to U and fro a. S to I clock silv. iiin vtfj.-jt- "r "nOCTOR J. McCONNEHi'S Eti 1 and Ear Inflraarv. 236 Haeerior. corner of hen- sea St, During the dm t yitar some of tbe worst oases almost totally BLIND and DEAF have been re stored toaiiTht and uearuigat tnisinhrmarv. Thav Ga uf wen in tee iur aa muj um. aVPersons afflicted with Cataract onvht to eaJ and see the cases operated upon by Dr. McConnell with complete sucoess. His celeb.ted Eye Water, lor the cure of Inflammation and th reruQvul ot opa cities or nios irom tne eyes, sent any an areas upon mi rrW'rT ninTic nnnar BarT 4 i Dry Goods. Physicians, &c. Hardware. p L O W , . CULTIVATORS, Ac H. K. RATNOI.nH. "DKES&RVE KETTLES. .FOR- JL C'KLAIN and Tin Lined, ot all sisaa and ana JuiHy cheap. For sale by OOLWELLAOO., iu uuiano st. PATENT OIL GREASE. FIVE 1 eaaa inat raoalvad and tor aala low. iil B RATainl.nsi COOPER S TOOLS. A i ink As- aoaTMiKT at OOLWBLL A :o'S., aepl7 IU untarlo at. ARtENlER S TOOLS INEv- J iar variety, good and cheap. epl7 (JOLWIll A CO. . TABLE CUTLERY A Splindid assortment at greatly rednoed prices, fir aala by CULWfcLL A CO., ipl7 13 ununo s'rwt. WOOJL. TWINE, iJROWN iU, V atn. netaf. " a naTisnr.riR iRON AND N f.LS WASE HOUHC, Moa. 61, a, as, and 67 Blver street, an 96, 97 and 9S on the Dock, Cleveland, Ohio. w. . Oaaax. aioaaiaoa roam. W. T. CAREY CO., WBOLBBALB AGKN0Y FOB THI BALB OF BBOEHBIBOSB'B JUNIATA NAILS! Cbnmon anal Oumoal SXett iron, FBI NO PUJW AND BLltfTEB STK!l, BTXBX VBOOW GLASS. QBIBO- A BB'B Celebrated Fir Proof SAFES. Ac at aie- aiaotonrsJ ricee. "Sli8 n to Sfi Dry Goods. Physicians, &c. Hardware. Cephalic Pills. "rpHEY GO RIGHT TO THE a arvrr." iaSTABT BIUXJTI rror iocs ooooai PUBITI TOUS BSEATH I TttMOTHKfl IODB TOIOB SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS, Aaa COOB fOB OUSQTHII, ' GOOD I OB LIOTUBiad OOOD FOB PDBLIO sPIAKXBs, KOD IOB BIHOIE8 GOOD FOB OOaSUKPTIVIS. Gentleman Oarry BPALDIMQ'B THBOAT OONriOTIOBS. Ladies are delighted with BPALDIHO'8 TBBOAT OON SKOTIOHS. Children Ory for If ALDUS 8 TBBOAT OON I XOTIOHB, They relieve Oongh instantly. They dear tha Throat. They give strength and volume to tha voice. They Impart a deltclooa aroma to the Breath. They are delightful to the Taste. They are nude of simple herbs and cannot harm aar one. I advise ever one who has a Oongh or a Husky Totoa or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of tha Throat, to get a package of my Throat Confections, they will relieve yon instantly, and yon will agree with ma that "they go right to tha spot." Too will and them very neeful and pleasant while travelling or attending pqbllo meetings for stilling your Oongh or allaying year thirst. It yon try one package I am earn In saying that yon will ever afterwards con sider them indlapenalble. Too will find them at tha Dmgglsta and Deaiora la Medicine.. PB10B TWBBTT-F1TB CISTS. My signature la on each package. All others a OonntarMt. A package will bo sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of Thirty Oenta. Address, EIHBT O. BPALDINO, 48 Oedar street. Dew Tork. CURE e fiervousHeadache al CURE Headaclie By the nae ot heas Pills the priodlo attacks ol Hervoos or Bisk Headache may Da prevented; and if taken at tha commencement of an attack Immediate relief from sain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fall In removla he Bausea or Head aoha to which Fr Kales are subject. They act gently npon tha Bowels, removing Coat tvenees. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, an ail persona of sedentary habits, they are valoable aa a Laxative, Improving the appetite, giving ton a vigor to tha digestive organs, and restoring th natural elasticity and strength of the whole system THB CEPHALIC PILLS are tha result of long investigation and oarefulty ooadnoted experiments, having bees In nas many year, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating In the nervosa aya tea, or front a deranged state of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their composition and nwy be taken at ail times with perfect safety without making any ahangeof diet, and the abaenae of any disagreeable taste readers lt easy to adminhv tar them to Children. Bit ill OF COUHTBBFBITSI arThe genuine have Ave aiguararaa of Benry 0 Bpai ding on aaoh Box. enr8old by Drnggiata aad all Dealers tn Medicine A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt at the prioe, TWIBTT-FITB CBOT8. BSFAU orders ahoald bo addressed to: HENBT O. BPALDIBQ, 4ft Cedar Btret. Kew York, I From tho Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.1 Oethalto PUla accomplish the obieot for whial thay ware uade, via: OureofhoadacneinailltatirKa fFroai th Examiner, Borfolk, Ta.) They hav been tested In mora than a thooaaa oaaas,irlih entire aaooea. (From the Democrat, St. Cloud. Minn. II von are. or have been iron bind with the haed ache, send for a box, (Gephallo Pill,) so that yoa may bare them In case of an attack. From tha Advertiser. Provldenoe, B, I. The Oenhailo Pills era UM tn h. . nsuiiblr - fraettve remedy'tor the headache, aud one ef the very beat for that rory freancnt oomalalnt which haa av er ieen diaoovared. From tha Western B. B. Oaaetto, Chicago, IU. We heartilv ldcrae Mr. Bnaldln. aad hie nnri vailed Oephal till. From tha Xanawha Valley Star, Ta. We are sure that aersons snfferlna with he..1arli. who try them, will stick to them. I From tha Southern Path Finder, 8. O.J Try them von that are afflicted, and era are sure that our testimony can be added to the already nu merous list that haa received benefit that no other m4iuioa protiooa. From tha Bt. Louis Democrat. tTh 1 mmenee demand tor th article (Oaphalw PlUa rapidly au creasing. From th Ganetta, Davenport, Iowa. Mr. Baaidlllg would not oonneot hie name with aa ankle he did notr- ?w to poesusa real merit. From tha Advertiaer, Provijenoa, B. I.J Th testimony In their favor la etren. from th. moat reapeotahi auarter. From th Dally Dews, Bewport, B. L Oe hallo Pill ar taking th place of ail kind. From th Commercial Bulletin, Boston. Bald to be very emcacioos for th headache. r single boat of BPALlf'tt PKCPAHIO GLUA will savs ten timea Its ooet annoaiiy."Ml SPALDINQ'8 PEEPARED GLUE. BPALDINQ'S PEEPARED GLUE. 8PALDIN J'S PREPARED GLUE. a a t OOHOMII 111 rnoiii DISPATCH I As aoeldenta will haayea, avea In well resnlated raaailies, it la very aesireble to hve some cheap ang oenvenient way for re Bailing Furniture, Urockeryi Toys, Ac, A. BPAJiDIHGfl FBBPAKID OLDF neeta all such emergeacle, and ao household oaa adortl to be without it. It la aiwaya ready, and at to ticking foiat. "ClilFCI, M ITIBI HOnSM. . B. A Brnahf aooonaanlaa Mch Bottle. Frlea. Gen la. Addrwia. ho.it, Oedar St., Bew fork. O A U T I O Aa oertaln niprineipled peraona are ttmptlog to palm ol oa the nususpectiu public imitauona ol F&KPABKD 6LLK, I would caution all per His to aimln. bejor snrchaalng, and see that ta InllaaauJ IPALDIBQ FBBFABM wlaUaTei rath eaaa giajsai AU iaan ar, awtadii. iMStsraiJJ atari I I m 2 him 9 aaaiu at I Dry Goods. Physicians, &c. Hardware. Cephalic Pills. Legal Notices. MASTER'S. S A L E. HiiiaU ABIT to tha command of twoordara ot sale truiii the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga Coun ty, one at tbe salt of The Summit County Sen b at Curanoga Falls, atrelnst Isaac L. Hewitt aad others, and th othor at th suit of Tre Clvelnd aod Ma huii lug Railroad Umpuiv afaioit Jiaac L. Hewitt and others, to me directed l shall xpomm tor sale at pubiio auoilon, at the door of m Itoort Boaee, la thaCitf of Cllerelsnd, en the tbuty-nrt CarofOc tobr. 18fil, at three o'oiooH P. M., the tollowist de acribad parcels of land, sitnate In the City of jiere and,foonty of Cuyahoga, and 8tt ol Ohio, and known by being part of Hewitt's subdivision ol the so called Mar win property In said City ol Cleveiand. W wit: Parcel No 1. Lot So. atrram U said siabdlvislosi. Appraised at 100U. fil Mo 2 Lot Mo. eight U said snbdliisloa. Apprisd at f (M I'aJ'el No I. Lot No. nine and part of tot Ko, ton In said subdivision, bounod as fohows: oommHnetog at tbe in erfrfctaOQ of tbe easksrly hue of sierwia street with tne southerly line of aald lot No. nine; tbuce running nortbnrly arong taid line of Merwin strtet twenty-eigbt ttet thre and a half lncbas; thence southeasterly along th can tre lin of a brick wall ninety-three fret four Inch to the westerly line of an ailey; tbon.ee southwesterly along tha line oi ituaaiiev tweotrnine iee to to soatnriy cor ner oi aid lot ao nine: thtnee along the southerly lin Ot lot nine lo tha elaoa at haaafinninsf. ADitniaaaarl at l.lSu. faroal No 4. Fart of lot Ko. ten In aald subdivi sion, boan'ipd as follows: commencing oa tbe east erly line of Merwin struet one hundred twnty !et our ana a nan iqcow sontnwcsterly rrom th inter section of said line ot Merwin street with thatsoutb. erlv lin of West street, and tbenoe running north- muirriFoo miu uuvui mmrmin street twenty het aod thrne-iourths of an Inch to the centre ot a brick wall; theuc southdaaterly a'oog th os Mr line ol said wall aod on the same produced, to tne westerly line cf an alley; thence south westerly on tbe line ol said aiUy twt-nty ft and three-fourths of an inch; th. nee along tho centra of a brick wail nonhwtat erly to th p.ac of beginning. Appraiped at $'4.0. Parcel No. 5. farts of lot No l-n aid eleven U said subdiYiiluxi, bounded as luliows: oommenclng on tbe carter I v line of sjsrwtn strt on hundred feet tbreo and tbrue-fourths Inches southwesterly fro to the intoraectsun of said lis of Merwin stn-et ith thesoutherly lineof Wwst strert, and thenc runnins north'SSterly en said line of Merwin street twenty feet aad thrf fourths of an Inch totbecen ireol abilck wall; thence southeasmrlr along the centre liueul SnU a all and on the same produead, to the wnriteilr line of an alley; thence scuthwesrerly oo the lined said alley twenty d et and three, worths of an inch; thenue northwostarly to the place et bv ginning Appr.ieed t 24t, f arcol ho. 6. Farts of lots Bos. eleven and twelve In fcaid subdivision, bounded as follows: comueuC tug on the easterly line of Merwin street eiufaty leet aud ihree inches oiitbwsieriy from tha mtersec tton of sad hue of Mbrwio street with the soutnerly line of West sir,-, aad thence running northeaet eriy on said Hls oi Merwtn s:ret twenty feet and three-ionrths ol an Inch to the centre of a brick wall; thjnce southtiaaterly along ths oeiitre lit. ol aid wall and on the arH produeo, to tne wet tar ly Lneofan alley; thnce aouth sterly oa tbe line ot miu U-y -wenty fi and thiee-tou: ths cf au inch; thence northaeeterly to tha piaoa of bcginumg. Appraised at rtuO. i-arcAjl fto. 7. r-arUoflots No, twelve and tair ten in itaid subdiviiloe, bounded as follows: om meucingou the easterly Itneof iUerwin street sixty feat two and one-tourth inches southwesterly from tb j iDtnfCtion of aa'd line of Merwin street with the southerly line of West street, and tbnos run ring northrasieriy on said line of Msrwin street twenty fret aud thrte-fourths o an inch to tha cen tre t:f a brick wall; thence south easterly along ths cemre iiue oi iwu wskiiiu on tne same prouucea, to the westerly line of an all: thncs aoathwaat. erly on the line of said alley twenty iWt and three fourths of an Inch; thenc n'rtnwefttar'y to th piiice oi Degiiimug. aptbiim at suj. Pn-el No a. farts eflots Ns thirteen and four-tet-n in said subdivision, bounded as follow: eom- mL-ncius on the easterly line ol Merwin street kitv feet one and a halt inches southwesterly trom the Intersection of said lineof Met win street with the sntnerlv Due of Went street, and thence running northeadterly on aid line of Merwiu street twenty ftet and three-fourths oi an Inch to the centre of a brio, wall; thence suibestorlr along the centre Line of said wali anion the same produced, to the winterly line fan al'ey; thence southwesterly on tne line oi caia aiiey twenty leet and tnree fuurths oi an men; tnence DortnwHteriy to the piaoa oi be ginning. ApBraiscd at 6ou. i-'.rirel No. 9. Part c f lot No. tonrteen fn said snh. division, toundtl as follows: commencing on the easterly line oi aierwin street twenty leet ana tnree- tourths ot au inch souttiwes-eriy frem the uteseo tiio of 8a id line ot Merwin t treat with the southerly line of West street, and then- runntag sjutheast- erlralong ho centre line of a brick wail and on the taiue produced, to tha westerly line of an ellfy; t h Cd northeasterly on the line of said all-y thrty nue f.-et nine and three fourth inchts to West street; thtt.ee wetnr on the southerly line of Wst strtet to Merwin street; th.nce to the (Laos of beg nning. Appraieeu ava sjuuu. Ftrcei No. h). Lot Ko. fifteen of said subdivision, Add asedat f :76ft. 1' roe i No. li. Lot No. six tee 3 of said sut divis ion . Apprat'ed at -J. I'-rceiAo, li Lot NosevsatseaofssJdstibdivlB fou Aporaiakd at I M Farce No. 13. Lot No. aighteam of said subdivis ion. Apprised at SOd. 1'aroei No. H. Tfie westerly part of lot No. nine teen in sad subdivision, bounded northerly, soatb erly and westerly by th lot lin, and easterly by tbe tntre line of a brick wall nearly parallel with JhVrwiu street aud abont forty-sevn f-t distant EO'itiieat trly thertfrom. Apravaed at J7eV. Parcel No. i5. The easterly prt of lot No. nlne teeu in said snbdiviston, bounded ortha-rly, easter ly and bouiberiy by the lot lints and westerly by ih j centre line of a brick wall nearly pjiraUtl with Morwju ktrt el am about torty-seven feet distant southeasterly therefrom. Appraised at pHttA. MAiliY AbBET, Master Ovum r. Raknet, Backts A Noblb, Attorneys. 6eptfiuuT life, it6l- Notice of Fwrcctootire. Kiunnan uayes, rn n, vs. Klij-h Ktnd.ick, Lydia Kendrlch, a. o. w t-st, and Henry Haines, Defendants. Civil action for Money to subject Lands. nOURT OJT COMMON PLEAS J CUVABOUA CttUNTy, OHIO. The eaid de fendants, kluah Kcndruk, Lvdia Ivendrick, and C. W eat, who are non-residents el the htate of Ohio, are hereby uotiii d that the said Kaufniaa Eaves, plain till, vn thc2Ut d,y of September, l.-l, filed in theomceof tbe Lterk of tbe Court ot Uumo Cleas of Cuyahfffa county, la the ctate of Ohio, h petition lag-iinst satd delendaate. To ol ject and pra er of wnicn p ti ton is to recover a juurmmt ftffainst the snid Elijah Ken d rick oa his promissory ni'teifiTeu by Maid fat-ndiick to said nUiutiH. datd July 3, IhM, tor the sum ol $-ujo, due ia one year from dfate, wnh interist at th rate of 10 per cent, per annum, aod payable annually, and to subject to the payment ot such judgment the following de scribed premises, mo. taafvMl by the said lljah KendrickaLd Lydia Kendnck to aaid plaintiff, to secure the p.ymeut o; said note, to wit : 'aub lot No. seventy-nine (lh In H. H. Stone's subdivision of original tot ao. nnr u', I rrweriy Brooklyn township, now i leveUad City, and haa a front and rear ol do teet and l& tevt in depid, and tronuog oi Hrrman streeu Also one eonal undivided one heJ of sub lots ISos. one hundred and torty-oue i Ul; and one hundred and forty-two (I4i In Xzkiel Fol otn s allotment of the haries Taylor Farm in the City of Cleveland, front lug on the south tilde of De troit street and extendius back to an alley. Aho sub-lot 62" in lii ram dtvne's subdivision of part of original lots .".3 and ft, in Jfrookim, naving i ana 7-I tret front on lrain street and )a3 leet ib deptn, S;id eetition nrars lor iudnment asainst said Klt- iab Ken d rick for th. sum of tour hundred and fertr dclUrs tlv-tO), and interest thereon at the rte of 10 per cent, per sanuum from th3 23d day of July, lea acd that said eremiAves be aoid to aav thti ama. Ha Id Defendants, Klijab Kondiick, Lrdia Ken- di tck and t. C. W est, are hereby noticed to appear and answerain petition on or before th iota day oi rtovemoer. idol, or juogment wiu oe iasen as prayea tor. UAua s n(juai. Plaintiffs Attorney B. Cleveland Ohio, ept, H, ISM-A T EGAL NOTICE. Aiuiyra M. Reynolds, by her next friend Lorenzo J. Rider, J-iaintill, The defendant, said lsiah Be lever, is hervhy notified that on tbe 7th dav of bep tem ber.l s6 1 , the abovV named PUaUiurTcUe her petition in the office of the Olerk of the Uourt of Common Pleaa. Isiah tielover, Awienaant. wfthln and tor the county of Curahosa, in tbe State oi oiiio. aaitms: lortn tnat toe saia defendant ts jos'ly iniehttd to tbe plaintiff In the sum of five hundred dollar, wiih interest, at ten percent, per annum, irom toe J7tn dy oi April, iodt, on ais note ot nana oi tnat date, ny said Qeieaoant, exocaiea am aeiivereu to aiacxson Beiover lor a vaiuaDie oon i deration. That, on the day aforesaid, to secure tbe varment of the note and Interest, said defend ant made, executed and delivered a mortgage npon Lot No. 6i7, in Barber A Lord's subdivision in that pirtof tbe City of Cleveland, late known as Ohio City, acecrdinff to 'alot aad survey of A has, Mer chaut, now on hie in the office et the Recorder ol Leeds for said County of Cuyahoga; that said note and mortgage has been doly assigned to this plain tiff for a valuable consideration, lhat said no;e 1 due. and that do ptrt thereof haa been pfci, thi prayf-r oi said setition s lor juagmest against saij defendant for five humlred dollars with interest, at ten oer cent, t den on from Aril 27th. 167. lor ths sale of the mortgaged premises to pay said not and interest with cosu ex suit, aaa lor wUier aaa Iur ther relief. Tbe said defendant is hereby further noil fled that unlets he answer or demur to laid petition on or be fore the third tatnrday after th exsiratioa of six weeks from the date of this notice, the same will be taken aa confessed, and judgment and decree en- jrea accordingly. aj. v. ni u.n. Attorney for Plain tiff. ASTER'S SALE PURS U- AjNT to lhe command of ft decretal order of sale from the Court of Common iMeaa of Cnahoca county, uoio, at ice sun oi Aetson rrtnre), ana otn eis, against Levi Thomas, and ohers, to me direct' I ihall expose for saie at snblio auction at tLt Aootot tbeiourt House, in the City of Clereland, siid connty, on the LSth day ot Cctooer. lel. at o'clock P. M., the toliowmg deeeatred premlsea, to wit: SHuaumiQ lut uieretand, in cuyahfifa coun ty, Ohio, and bounded, besinninf In th-pplsnk Mad and south 19 H 3 west 1 chains. 334 links from the west corner of Chittenden Lewi' i-na, thence south VHa eet, s chains and 70 links to said Lewis' west line; theuce south 4 chains and 64 links thence north '40 west chains and 7 links thence noith 5VHU east ? links i hence norm 3tM Teat chains to the Plank Itoad tbenee north 3-n'J east 3 chains and 30 liotr, to tbe a aoe of Winniug, oonialning dVt acres of land. .Aparaisea GK0. H. WYMAN, Master mmisaloner. B. B. Uxatxb, Attorney for PiainUO. sevlA57 Jml Notice. George O. Gore and George McConnell, plain tuns, airalnst IInry rluiy. d fend t, Henry L. Crowtilland Cscar A. Chiids, rtiariHailS. Tn Cmmoh Pleas. Cuyahoga ikonty, Ohio. rpnE DEFENDANT, HE NET I BOOLT win wave noi'ce tnat on the 1 1 th day or5ptmber, l6 1 , Ueurte U. Cx)r and George He Coon. 11 commenced a suit In attachment against In the abuT mentioned (V.nrt tha iJua ,, prayer of which Is to recorer from said defendant m i- "im irom .aru( sutn, isai due D'aiDtiffs on defendant's m.t iirn ti BiBttrTa rv. .4il7, dated Weheter, (Mass..) rebroary J7, esay o laiviuaufi lier Uaie lO piaiUIlUS OTOeT, Citizen s Bank, Worreitr. Dlendut will ans wer or demnr to said petition by the&rth day of Ko Vrmber, lt, or said petition will be takaa as oos feseod Mftinst him. BASNET, BACKUS k NCBLf, SfpffJ Atttirneys for ytaintimi. Pbujst Pniirrrsii. PlainUfl, ys. Vs. H. Arn,TO, et. al., u-inaMiiia. JM ATTAUHMENT BKFOHJS Ji. HsMenmue,ler. JaaUca of th Peace, ol Coya- county, Ohio. unthelltn day or September, A. v.. ii, saia Justice leaned an order of attaacheuent la tbabov action Air the sunt ol Kin. u3- VI Dollars and costs. FAUBI FMMIMT1I-. OeveUlid, Sept. It, WU ao &ii eels tne Legal Notices. A. Q. baar'is, asjiignor, to atdward Blnehiffl. tmstee. XfOTICli 13 HERBT GIVEN TO li th Creditors of the saitl a. O. Hr-1 tVat dTvidend of 7i ser ceat. on their several eiains has been declared by tho Probate Court of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and that tbe same will be ihi4 to them by the said ltd ward Bingham, at hisottie,-a the Oity of Cleveland, lo said tx.iu.cy, on the 2d day of September, iMi. m , . . IA ft 1 KJj Ja. TiLiErs t Andga. Cleveiandj Ang. 12, ItoI. aufii.n "OTIUlfi PUKSUANT TO AN i. V Tdr Bade bv tbe Jodie of th Prott Court, iur th County of Coydtioga, Obto, ia to natter ot the aeslwnmeni of U iniaoi Fisxe, 1 shtU Oder fuT sale at pnl.lic suction, at the iaar of tne Court sir une, in said county, on the 12th iey oi Oc tober, 161, at 2 o clock f M., the iollowtng de scrlUtd nnte, to wilt said Bate being the ajtaut of said ensirotnent : lat. ol noie. jdalerZ lime Ac Aai'LApprH eu vln . Clark inioDihs Ijou w, m OS lxm.,int' af :r It m I cm 140 oa lO il uo ! no L-0 o an an 3 0 Oi ',30 " M 4 13 " . 'J " 4 " Oil is m u 09 U X 3-1 m CM.) U,' 114) O Oli 16 " sa ' April J,1P1 Dec. It, lseu Jane 25, '61 H. I. Brook. I i2 months 71 34 liamam and aitos llmorithsl VS 7 Bid. II - I MUM Bad. i. W. Luce ! days. I Ul U if Terms Cash. JOSEPH 8. CSAfiNIS, Asaae of W m. jrisaa. N 0 T I C E B1T.1 II TRW Pittsburgh, Ft Watnk A Chicago RAIL ROADI Byy1rtueotadreof the Circuit Court of tb United eta tee for tne I or them District of OH to, in a eause in Chancery therein d,'-ndndiDx, wheiem Charles Moran and o'hrs are complt.iUtnis, and the Pittsburgh, Fort warne and CbKavo sUilroad Ckm paoy and others are deteD-innta, aud pursuant to anx"i.iry derref ol in Circuit u-urte ol the Cmfd States for the Western Iisrnct of Fenns, irania. the Listrict of ludiaua aod the .Northern lh tries ol Uiinois rspoc,ive)y, in causes depDding in Chan cery in said Uooru r irpwtiyety, wherein th sadi fartiea ars complainants anddtf.nd.rts r8specti y, as in eaid cause first above meQ.iooed, the aa der!tuedf Joha rerfrusu and 1'boman m. Walker, as l ranters in Trust aod Trustees in i-nc cf th t sral Leeds or Trust or aiortt;ae upon hkbMid de crees are founded, and also as Urecial Master Com miisiooers ot sid Courts respectiTt-iy, du-y appoint ed by b id ourts respec'tyeiy Iur that purpMe, will sell at public auction, to tbe hihet bio- er, tor cash, but for n"tlessthkn thBum ol K- at the Lulled btate Court Housa, in the City of C-v-Und, in the Male ot Ohio, n the IHth day oi Octo ber, A. D., lhe I, fcetween the hours of teu o'clock A. M., and tonro clock P. M. ot said Ly, the fol lowing dt scribed property, to wit: The haiiroaaol the fittsturgb, Fcrt Wayne aad t-hicato hatiruad Company, including thu rihi ol way therefor, the rond-bed thtrpof, ttie tuperstruc teareof ail soris therein, its w ter and otter ca'oa hoiss end shops, and the lauds aud grounds con nected therewun, and all tools and impl-nit-nts ud or aroy drd to be used thprein. and in ouustructiae, and repairing cats and mat hiury for said road, or tne tract and -upertrutnra aforeeairi; li turn ta bles; ail depots and buildings and fixtures sxd structures oi whatever same or nature, aud thai lands and ground connected therewith, aoed or Erovided to be used in operating said ho-sd and be inging thereto, and wherever situate; and all cars, eu nr-s and rolling stock b longinv to said Compa ny; aud all euppiift ol timber, lumber, iron, luet, and every other thing provided by said CosnpaniB, or by the eerral original Compaciesi which were consolidated into said Pit: bar? a, sort Wayne and Chiosgu Kail Koad, to be used in opera? ing aaid Boad, wnerever siiuate, b? tne same title by which the sams ar hoMeu by aaid company, ot by aaid origiual Companies, seve ally. lugjther with ail corporate franchises cf said Compaoy, and of the original Companies severally, incluiiing the rignt aad tranchlsj of said etverai Compan-ea to be and act as a Co-poration, to be cld as aa entirety. is id decrees provide th.it the purchaser, upon the coGiirmsticn oi the sale and full compliance with the conditions thereof, shall hoi d all ibe property, rights, franchise, and toe app art-nances thetei. o sold, by tiiesarne title by which they are led Ly said Pittsburgh, Port Waneend Chicago bn-irtrad Compiny, and ench and all oi stud origiual Compa nies, free from the lien of sli said morigaeee, and frpe from all l:abtltty tor any debts aga;n,t said original or consolidated Companies, or either ol them, and from all claims on account of caitai st v: bat subject, never ihehrss, to the liens, tf any sui i exist, open any real estate included in theal for puicboaemoue thtiof not p ovld-jd by sid de crees to be pid out of tbe procet-d-4 of the sale, or by former orders or decrees to be paid otberwirje. The right of way, depot grouses nd lots, and lands in the City and yicin.ty of C'-icwtgo, purchaised by said Company since th- peudt-nry ot fc.d suits, and the bridge proetj-rty and other reJ estate of ihe Compa ny at the City of .Vittaimrgh, arj sobject to mort gage liens. The same will be ii.cia.deU in the ealo, but subiectto said incamb'aores, bo provision hav ing been msde for the payment thereof JuttN FK'JT7S0Nf TlU'MAS ai. W&L&CR, Truitees, and Alaeter Commisek.Den, eptl-SSI as af-irtK-sid. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11 that au anplieation will be made to ills li cTil-ncT, W m. Ivun eoo, Governor ot Ohio, for tbe pardon of Jilt. K Mc - A t,l, who wis couTictetl oi tbe crime of Burg:ay and Larceny In the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyah ga Couufy, at tho t& vifmher term ot said Court in 6W and sentenced to the Penitentiary lor flvf years Henry fiajnea, plaintiff, 1 va. n Elijah hendiirk, yCivil Action for Money Lyiia Ketidiicls, aad to anlj act lands B.C. West, and lLvanrm pUUi J Cuyai jaa Sendr Kanrrnau tiaye. J RT Oi COMMON PLEAS. ahosra Coantv. f'hio. -Tne de& nd-tnt. Eh- drtck. Lydia C. K-udrick and S C u Nt who are non-reeideots Of the 8tate ot Ohio, are hr- by notiiivd tha( tite said Ueury Uaiuee, p.aiutitl, on tbe lrtth day of St-ptmter, tile.i iu the otii;e ta tbe Clerk of tbe Con tot Common PWm of Cuyaho ga county, Ohio, his petition strain at aid dctend ants, the object and prater of which petition is to recoverajudgmeQt against the said Kiijati hacdrirk on his note for COOO in tavor ol said plaintiif, dated June lwh, l6e', and on iuterett at the rate of ten per- eat per annum, aoa to subjtct to the pnymeut of nch judgment the folloeing d-icribvd preUiies, mortgaged by Haid alijah and Lydia o. Keu-jrtck to securt-1 he pay sent ol said note, to wit : One eq.uai undivided hairoflot oi ot-e hundred and fort7 one aod one hundred im forty-two, of zekiel 7ol sem's aliouneut ol the Taylor farm, In the City ot Cleveland, in that part ol aaid ciy laaeiely known as Ohio city the property Iron b on lHtroit street, taid Eutition ar&S lor indtrment atrtinitt aaid Lii. jah alPHd'ick fur three hundrd and thirt dllenit and .merest tnereon since June ivtn, :i, at tha rate often per oent. per annum, and that said prem ises be Holdo pay the same; and the said defend ants, aVijah Keudrick, Lydia C. hendrn k a d S. O. est are notihed to ep pear and anwer eaiel pa titlcn on or helare th 16ui day ot IS overa Mr. isoL. AtiS a bhL'Ca, septlP-S. PlaintttT Attometa. lcal Notice. Oeorgo T. Bars tow and ) itufiAS M.BavrstoW plUs, I again it i Imexy 1. Hubbard, h In Common Pleas, oVfooant. ICoyahoga Connty, Ohio, Geo. W. Woodworth, I guardiaa, rPHE SAID EMERY L. HUB- I BASD will tike notice that sid George F, SZrstcwand bufns M. B-niow, paitneis, bndcr name of Gee. F. Btrstow Jt Bro., comnieocd a uit in attach meat aTannt him iu the Court ol C turaon Plea in and fur curahova Couorr.chio. on th lth day of 3etember, 151, the obiecc and prayer of tne petition Id which case is to recover of tul Ho bar d :m 0o, with iotere.t th- renn at the rate of 10 $ oent per aunum.s from Anini ltn. it&A. on det dnt a premiaory note, dated Augunt IMb, It v., pajaM Bepumber 1, iisW, at tteea s Bnk, UaJesLuraj. Illi nois, with Id ter st at toe rate of t-n u r centnm nar annum. Said defendant will answer or demur lo said petition by the loth day of Novemlvr, or tbe altesatien cf tbe vame will L taken at troa jadgme.t rendered accordingly. JfcAiXbaM, litLMSC M'BLI, ijtti-3''S PbtiDtidi Attor aey s. A. 13TJ DMW V, WUlUa I WUlt U a HMs Cny ahoga Connty, bS. f Carolina lheahriinert 1 vs. r rwiuci Kr uivoroa Oeorre Fjhenbrenner 1 1 CiEOKQE ESHENBRENNER, oi JT marietta. In te connty of Waihington, snC Stateot Onlo,ls notihed that CarollnovMhpiihrniiei did, on tbe Uth day of May, A. L- tile her feii Lion in the ottice of the Clerk of the oonrt ot Com nan Pleaa. within and for th oouotv of CuTabOM and 8tt of Ohio, charging the said George Xiion brenner with Adultery, witn cue Ahr.aoetn Hoi breuner. and askiuf that she may he divorced trove the said George avnhnbrenncr; whkb petition witl be for heancg in six weeks from the date herewitit. sVasea una utn cjty oi a. i., i.vi. CAhMiLINt XMIuK DiilCNNFB, mT!9:r By PtrT A. fkhrer. hfr try. "VfOTICE. ALL PERSONS IN- i LEBT1ED to the late Paniel 8snford am re- qutsted to maie m diate say ment to the nider signtd All those having claim against him w.U piease preeent them at voce lo eepstjoe ai'.i .-.- rri'. w UAiam JvrarcU ) m fidwai-cU) ivrire Alex Mcbri'ie, j. r , vi vs. V JMi'idlebnrvh township, Cuya- ss PHc. ) howacouaty, Ohio. v Thorn a ON TU A. !., 1 TUK 6th DAY OK AUGUST 15 1, sa.d Justice iemen an order of At tachment in the a dots action fo the sum of Two Hundred and Mnety-Two Dollars aud Emhten Cents, and the same will be fur he&rina on the lOth day ofApptemter, A. !,, 11, at ito'cick A. H. Berea, O.. Aug. 14, Paper Hangings. 1U0 (XX) VAI,I,i:'A K aaM War haa been declared and Secession Is the order the day, and now is the time tor an nay nouee keepen to secede from dirty and swoky walla, and lUNnin them with a rueh. new ALL PAPKti. i voby Improving their homes, and most ol eU.tho jreiULTBT. 100.000 ROLLS NOW READY fcr et M. Carson A Co- UO. Sneer lor HL. and low that ail oaa get tbam, THS COST Id MES1 NOTHING, We em bow ready to sell French. Kns-iiah a4 ABericaa wall papers from SO to 75 per erst, below awevlous sricee, and would most reeaiftfuliy Invito to look in uaon onr stock before bnmr. tor la quality oi good and the Lenifth ol piece, we can give the ntnuet satisfaction. Our goods rxmiog dl recti r from the actorie, we thereby save one erotic. AiSO a targs aaoorunant ci Shades of svery rarto W . UULD BAM 1)3, &U. &U, aAJoo jnat o paced a beantafnl lot of CORNICES with Bands. Loo c,t to match. tj da an4 Taa. la eoiieaa 'rlety. r.per Bfcnjr.n acne at aoort aetk byexpertesMaal WMmii,a( aa r.aeoa. ral . Also, w. .rotiM take alee lobe ot pelnr!Ti, arara. and vansialiiiia ai iur and reuue7iivo rate. R. B. To Saalsra w would UvlU Uteir asiectKna ear larg lie;. saw at.