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6ATCEDAT. AUGUST 35. 18S6.
UNION STATE TICKET.
Tor atrotarv'of State.
WILLIAM nEMTMITIL ;
For J4( TlM Sapna Cwrt.
lOMAH SCOTT,
ror masabar of the Beard of Fa bile Works .
JOH.1 K. B1RRUE.
Tar Cong i Mi.
UNION COUNT! TICKET.
Far Jadre of Oommoa Plaaa.
AsaTEI. B. PKEjmsS.
Tot Jadta of Probate,
atASIKa, MU TILavES.
WorSberi',
FELIX HICOLA.
for Amdltor,
' AJSEL BOBim
Tor Clork of Cosmo PW,
FBEDEeUCK SMITH.
Tor Coaaty Comas iseioa.r,
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Issues of Fact—Spirit of the South.
The addre of the Philadelphia Con
uenticn Tt of tbo rebellious State : ,
They are, one and all, tit an attitude of
loyalty toward the Government, aud ot
worn allegiance to the Constitution of
the United State. In nocaa of them it
titer the tligMeet indication of reeittanc
to thi. authority ."
And Andrew Johnson, Immediately
following thit asseveration, sy in hi
Proclamation restoring Texas to civil gov
ernment, that "peaoe, order, tranquility
and civil authority now exist in and
'throughout the whole of the United State
of America.'' It is upon these hypotheses
that Johnson and his followers go before
the people to demand support for their
polioy of restoration. They say, if the
populations of the Southern States are
yielding obedience, if they are showing a
proper spirit of allegience, if there is no
indication of resittanoe and all these
they hold to then there is no right or
justice in keeping oat their repsesentatives
and excluding them from the rights of
citizenship. Were the premises correct,
the conclusion would be entitled to great
oonsideration, and might have some
weight. But we submit that the assump
tions of these gentlemen are nothing more
than naked propositions, not only not sup
ported, but absolutely contradicted, by the
facts. If these people are indeed loyal,
then we ask what means the election of
rebels, bteaut they home been rebelt, to all
(flees, from Governor down, in each fit
these States 7 What mean the threats of
violence to Union men in every part of
the South, and the frequent doecU of out-
race and violence in many districts
What mean the busy organisation of rebel
regiments and battalions, and the threat
of civil war if the re bell are not at onee
restored to power ? What mean the or
gsnUations of rebels to drive Union man,
and especially Northern men, out of the
Southern States? What mean the chefert for
Jeff. Davis and Lee in Kentucky, JJid the
echo of rejoiaing from every Southern state'
What mean the bloody and mangled
corpses of Dostie and Horton and other
loyal men murdered because they were
Union men T Are all these proofs of "loj
alty ?" If so, the less loyalty we have in
the country the better I "Loyal to the
Government, ' these Southerners who deny
the right of that Government to punish
rebellion or impose any conditions of res
toration 1 "Loyal to the Constitution,'
these men who prohibit the circulation of
papers that do not suit them, threaten the
lives of loyal men who desire to live
among them, and mob peaceable assenv
v blages of oitisens 1 The whole couuuet
of the South today is as boldly defiant of
the Constitution and of the law-making
power of the Government as it ever was
in 1861.
It is only necessary to a thorough com'
prehension of tbe"loyaity"of these men,nd
the spirit with which they "accept the sit-
nation," to read their papers, particularly
since .the adjournment of the Philadelphia
Convention. These writers of Southern
sentiment are not only defiant, but their
threats are loud and deep, and fuQ of
earnest meaning. Says the Memphis Av
alanche of a recent date :
As God judges our heart, we intend to
draw the sword and fling away the scab
bard, in this struggle for the rights of an
outraged people. We ore preparing a
careful list of all dealers or professional
men who have puMic'y allied themselves
with Brownlow, Sierent and their ' dam
nable crew. We intend to publish their
names in emblssuued letters, giving voca
tions and location. So far as we can en
able them to do o our people in Tennes
see, Alabama. Mississippi, Arkansas and
Louisiana shall know what merchants of
Memphis are their friends and the friends
of their rights and liberties ; and who are
their foes and the foes of their children.
Was there ever anything ottered before
or during the rebellion more heartless t
prescriptive and thoroughly rebellious
than this ?
Henry A. Wise, in an address which
vis enthusiastically received by a Tirginia
audienoa, said :
"You call the cause lost; it it net' lost
If I am a traitor, let then snake
the most of it. If I am a traitor, why.
don't then try me and bang me? I have
lost my lands and property, but I would
clean boots on your streets sooner than
bow to usurpation. If I had triumphea
I should have favored stripping tbem
naked. Laughter. Pardon I They
might have appealed for pardon, but I
would have seen them damned before I
would have granted it. for myself, I
take no oath 1 I ask no pardons! Pro
longed cheers.
Speaking of the massacre at New Or
leans, the Mobile Tribune arid :
" It was .well done ; even if Ave time
or five hundred tim the sacrifice of life
had been made to accomplish the purpose,
it would still have been well done."
And the Mobile Remitter thus character
iaes the Union men of the South :
" To have keen a ' Union man at the
South, while war flamed from the swords
and brands of our troops at our very
hearthstones, was to have been an in
sensate brute, without, one spark of the
soul or one throb of the pulse of a man.
Thank God, we have no part of the goiit
of those who, while war raged, were trai
tors' to their hearths, neighbors, country
men and mates."
The Augusta (Ga.) CentiiiviienaUti in
an article in which the idea of being loyal
is ridiculed and held np to scorn, asks :
"If I pay my taxes, and bow in silence
to the laws, and infringe no on article of
my surrender, by what right is it that the
Federal Government can ask me to do
more? Am I to lev it? I it to search
down deep into my heart and, casting out
th pallid blood-stained face" of my dear
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friend who fell by my side to battle, is it to
demand that I substitute flag all oter
befouled with wnmg and a blackguard dee
potitm that daily affront God by the vil
lainies it doe Hi poor and persecuted
people T No t (At thing of "Joyairy" mill
net do for the Southern mtit."
But it it unnecessary to pile up these ex
tracts from the exponent and director of
public opinion in the South, for any (ingle
example furnishes the type of the whole,
and do they not give the lie, distinct and
unequivocal, to these pretensions of a re
creant .President and his rebel aympath:
ing followers? Will the Northern
people b" '' deceived by thi " new
party of apologist for traitors, and
be led into surrenderine the nation
to those whose souls breathe onl
the most bitter and relentless hatred
Northern men, and who openly avo
their enmity and vindictive! ess ? W
believe not; but there is a battle to be
fought with these men, and it is a fight to
the death ; in such a contest ne man can
afford to be lukewarm or derelict.
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Concerning Churches in Northern
Ohio.
Nxw Ohttbchks, iMPBOVMiirr, etc.
The Congregation of Elder Chase'
church, in New Lyme, Ashtabula county,
have been patting the building in com
nlete reD&ir The Baptist Church of
Jefferson i to b improved by being nicely
papered wi' h decorative paper, which will
add greatly to its appearances
The corner stone of the new Lutheran
Church at Mt. Zion, in Mifflin township,
Ashland county, was laid on Sunday
moraine last. The ceremonies of the oc
casion were very imposing, and several
distinguished clergymen were present to
assist in the solemn and impressive ser
vice. A large audience assembled in the
grove near by to listen to the eloquence of
a few celebrated Lutheran preachers.
The church is to be built of brick at a cost
of $5,000, and when completed will be one
of the finest churches in the country.
The corner stone of the "Church cf our
Redeemer," a new church edifice at Ten
toe, Erie county, was laid on the 21st with
appropriate ceremonies. The services
were conducted by the Bev. Dr. Brocson,
of Sandusky, assisted by Bev. Mr. Ogden,
of Venice.
The Kavenna XL. i. Cnurcn Is taking
the preliminary steps, te rent the slips for
the present conference year, to provide
for the salary of the pastor, and inciden
tal expenses. Arrangement are also
being made to put certain repairs upon
the church edifice, especially upon that
portion of it including the steeple, where
leaking crevices begin to appear. It
also in contemplation to place a fine organ
in the church, and the ladies of the societ;
are discussing the project of a Fair, to
proeere funds in part for the purchase of
an organ... Bev. E. H. Hubbell com
menoed bis service as Sector of Grace
Church, Bavebna, upon last Sabbath. The
Society have leased the TJniversalist
church building on Spruce street, and are
now repairing and preparing for its occu
pancy. In addition to painting, papering
ate, a gallery is to be introduced and the
audience room otherwise improved. The
church will be ready for ocoupaney in
about four weeks.
Four churches are in process of build
ins; in Tounntown, two of which, the
Presbyterian and Baptist, are to ooet from
$120,000 to $130,000 ..... The Well
Baptist will soon commence the erection
of a new frame church, on Kaven Avenue,
it Wick Grove. It dimension will be
31 by 48 feet, with a tower in front.
?. After almost innumerable hindrances,
the work of the new Protestant Episco
pal Church in Painsville has been re
sumed, and with an increased force. The
master builder, Mr. S. C. Hickok, will put
the building through to completion as fust
as possible.
The stone masons have resumed work
upon the New Catholio Church edifice,
West Hill, Akron, and we learn that it it
the intention of the trustee to have the
wall completed this Fall.
Pirsoh it. The Bev. H. W. Straton,
of Warren, has had a call to the pastor
ate of a congregation at HunUburgh, Ge
auga county, wnich be will probably ac
cept
The Bev. J. Wright, of Gustavus,
Trumbull county, has accepted a call to a
professorship in a new college just started
at Tabor, Fremont county, Iowa.
Bma Sociitt. At the annual meet
ing of the Trumbull C ounty Bible Socie
ty, held at the M. . Church in Warren
on the th instant, the following board of
officers was reported by the committee,
and elected to serve for the ensuing year :
A. E. Andrews, President ; Officiating
Ministers of Warren, Vice President;
Tho. J. McLain, Corresponding Secre
tary ; A. M. Porter, .Recording Secretary;
M. B. Taylor, Treasurer ; J. H. McCombs,
Auditor ; J. L. Weeks, Depository.
TRUSTEES.
George VanGorder, Julius King, A.
Teomans, H. B. Harmon, Jonathan
Folsom, Wm. Hapgood, H. G. Stratton.
At a meeting of the above Board, held
the afternoon of the same day, C. C.
Kirtland was employed to continue to act
Traveling Agent for the Society.
0T Pooa Meitimgs. A two days
meeting of Spiritualists and the friends of
Beform will be held on Saturday and
Sunday, September 1st and 2d, in the
grove near the "Big falls" on the North
side of the Cuyahoga Biver. Dr. Cooper,
Mrs. H. F. M. Brown, Mrs. Thempton
and other speaker will be present.
The Spiritualist held a convention on
Little Mountain, Lake County, on Satur
day and Sunday last. The prominent
speakers present were Bev. Mr. Lartin,
Chicago; Dr. Cooper, of Bellfontaine,
Ohio ; Mrs. H. F. M. Brown, of Chicago,
and Bev. SutlifiTe, of Ravenna, ' Resolu
tions were offered condemning the use of
alchcholic drinks and tobacco, and in fa
vor of universal suffrage which, after
considerable discussion, was passed.
There will be a Basket Meeting in
Windsor, Ashtabula county in the Grove
the plank road near the corners, on
the third Sunday in August.
MmciLLAKlnca. The M. E. Church
celebrates this as its Centenary year in
America, its first Society having been
formed in New York in 1 7 76. Prepara
rations are being made for holding a cen
tenary Meeting in New Philadelphia.
Able speakers from a distance will be se
cured for the occasion.
SlSQCLAK bTOPPAQI TO A DRAUI.
The cellar of Ur. J. Pounstone, becoming
lied witn water, ne naturally concluded
that the drain was stopped up, and com
menced looking for the cause. On going
aown to ine oral a on Aianineia street,
even feet below the surface, end twenty
one feet from a cotton-wood tree that
tands in Mr. T. Adams' yard, h found
that one of the small roots of the tree had
entered the drain between the tiles, and
had filled the tile tor about seven feet
with small fibrous roots so completely as
prevent the passage of water. jSs
cyrut Journal.
A new radical paper i projected to ba I
published in Tft ashix,gton during the fall
campaign, and if successful, to be perm.
nently continued. It is said to be backed
several wealthy men. I
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NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
STARK COUNTY.
From the Canton Republican :
By ordinance, passed on the 13th, our
city Marshal is, hereafter, to receive a
salary of $S00 per annum, payable
monthly.
Two steam propellers, the Superior and
Ontario, of Kingman's line, from Buffalo,
passed through Massillon on the canal,
en route to Red River, Texas. They at
tracted a great deal of notice, being the
first craft of the kind ever there.
The Monitor says that a few evenings
ago an alliance mechanic received $50 of
his hard, earned wages. Before going
home he entered a drinking bole, from
whence be was taken home, about two
o clock m the morning in a state ot lnten
siDinty, witn barely two in nis pocket.
. The Rtpotvtorv save : Mrs. Marv Kra
mer, the former well known landlady of
the Jackson House, Canton, died very sua
denly on Sunday last. She expired about
HI tee Q minutes alter tue lirst attack
some unknown malady, probably heart
disease.
LORAIN COUNTY.
From the Elyria Democrat :
The trains on the Southern Division of
the C. & T. Railroad will run via E'rria
on and after the first Monday in next
Month.
Gov. Hamilton, of Texas, Hon. Martin
Welker, and other distinguished speakers,
will addres3 the citizens or lioram
Oberlin, on Monday Aug. 27th.
The Lorain County Agricultural Fair
occurs on tue lito, litn, i3tn ana i.
days of September nearly one month
earlier than heretofore.
The Union Convention for nominating
countv officers take place next Saturdav.
The caucuses for electing the delegates
meet next r nday evening.
TRUMBULL COUNTY.
From th Warran XJUfohiclc :
The best yield of hay per acre w have
Beard ot, is the product ot ten acres own
ed by Mr. Daniel Ihompson, a part
the late Peck farm, near the Fair Grounds.
The ten acres yiolded tweniyoi - tons of
cured nay.
Mr. B. H. Fitch purchased the past sea
son six hundred and twenty-five thousand
pounds of wool, which has been delivered
at the warehouse in this plac . It involv
ed an expenditure of about $350,000.
There have been some chilly days and
cold nights the past week or two. Thurs
day night last was marked by quite a
Host tor the montn ol August. JNo se
rious damage was done, however.
SUMMIT COUNTY.
From the Akron Btaoan :
The buildinsrs of the Akron Iron Com
pany are progressing rapidly. The main
building is to i. 1 120 feet in width and the
balance 75 feet. The boiler and finishing
room is to be 4s by 50 feet: blacksmith
shop 25 by 3G feet. A large warehouse.
dimensions not yet determined upon, is to
be built, together with a barn, sufficiently
capacious to accommodate from six to
eight horses. Five double dwelling
houses, and one lur-re boarding bouse, for
the accommodation of the employees of
toe Company, are also to be erected. Ibe
works will contain ton Puddling and
three Heating Furnaces, with a full com
plement of the latest improvements in
machinery suitable therefor, the whole to
be under the management of Mr. Ben
jamin Grosvenor, late of the Lawrence
Iron works, JNew Castle, fennsjKnan.
un Sunday night last, about nine
o'clock, an Irishman by the name of Bar
tholomew Ualerand, a repair hand we be
lieve, upon the C. Z. AC. R. B, was run
over by a passing train upon the A. & G.
W. B y, a short distauce North of the
Market street bridge, and both his legs so
badly crushed that he died, after being
taken to the County Infirmary, at two
o clock on -Monday afternoon.
.Louis JUroulette axrenchman Lv birth
and an inmate of the County Infirmary
of whom we spoke a few weeks ago as,
being one hundred years old on the 22d
day of June, died at that institution on
Saturday last.
On Saturdav Bflernoon last, as Mr. M.
C. Purdy, of Mogadore, was, with his
wife, driving into town m a top bujjgy,
the Dorse took iru-nt at a team ot does
and small wagon which a delormed crip
ple perambulates the country, and ai
though Mr. Purdy sprang ont and seiaed
the horse by the bits, he succeeded
breaking away and rtarting into a run.
throwing Mrs. 1 ur.1 r froro the carriage.
spraining her ankle and quite seriously
lnjuriug ner otherwise.
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY.
From the Philadelphia ChronicU :
Green apples sell on the streets for 40c
per bushel.
Lot. Uuas. Jd.u'!er, ot this place, and
recently appointed Consul to Amsterdam,
started tor r.umpe on the 18th instant.
CapL H. Caldenbach accompanied the
Colonel, and will act as Consular Clerk.
A barn belonging to S. P. Walker, one
mile north of Rugursville, was struck by
lichtnine on the nicbt of Hie 12th inuant.
at about 11:30 P. Ml It con turned 1C tons
of good hay, some fiax, a good windmill,
and also a mowing machine belonging to
Daniel Netf, all lost. The damag s by
water were also great. Four hundred
panels of good fence, a bridge across Su
garcreek, and one hundred bushels of oats
in sho,;k and swath were entirely swept
away. The water was fifteen or eighteen
inches higher than it was ever known to
bo before, and swept bridges, fences and
crops before it all along the valley .
An Ohio Postmaster that Can't be
Bought.
The editor of the Stark County Repub
lican, Mr. J. Hartzell, is postmaster at
Canton. In common with all other P.
M s he received the circular from Randall
enclosing the call foi the Philadelphia
Convention, and requesting a brief letter
in reply, for publication. Mr. Hartell
complied with the request by forwarding
to the rostmaster General the following
manly letter :
Canton, Aug. 8, 1866.
Hon. A. W. Randall, Pr trident National
Lnton Club :
Sib: Received circular letter dated
June 25th, postmarked August 4th, in
which the request is made, that if the call
for the National Union Convention meets
my approbation, I will signify the same
uv a unci letter, n itu auiuoruv to OUDU&n
ine same.
The call is disapproved. AUhoueh the
principles enunciated in it are not ob1ec-
tionable, the call does not proceed from
the regulsrly oonstitnted Committee of the
nion party, but trom a self-constituted
body, the project being to destroy the
uiiity and cripple the power of the Union
party in aid of a design with which I have
no sympathy.
The Lmon organization, as now consti-
tuted, is the same which sustained the Ad
ministration during the war. which rut
uown reoemon ana slavery, and wn.ca
saved the Union. By its representatives
Congress it has proffered to the citizens
the States lately in rebellion a method
reconstruction which has my entire ap
probation. Un the other hand the policy in the in
terest ot which this call it issued, hnown
" my policy," is supported first, mainly
the late rebels themselves, and second.
au wno oesirea ana labored lor the
success of the rebellion. Through said
call and convention these parties avow
their hope of obtaining control of the
affairs of the country which tbev were
prevented from destroying by the sacrifice
thousands of noble lives and millions
treasure. My attitude toward such a
movement must not be m doubt. I object
the call. I object to the Convention.
object to rebellion, and .to the uncondi
tional promotion to power wf those who
favored and participated in it I object
the policy of President Johnson.
I may add that I was the first in Ohio,
my knowledge, to suggest, and publicly
urge the nomination of Andrew Johnson
the Vice Presidency bythe Union par
ty. I now regret thai I did eo, a thing
that I thonld be far from doing had he
continued to manifest the same spirit to
ward rebellioua whites and loyal blacks,
President, that he did as Governor of
Tennessee. Had he done so, I should not
now be asked by you to abandon my sup
port of the friends of the Union or forfeit
commission as Postmaster. My com
mission it tnwmv tfce last aicnwl hv
noblaand illustrious I.inm'.n Wfc.u :
hands it must remain unsullied by th
unholy obeisance which you require. Take
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Very respectfully
JOSIAH HARTZELL.
The Late Dr. Dostie—Vindication of
The Late Dr. Dostie—Vindication of his Character by Citizens of Amsterdam,
New York.
7 o the Editor of the Jf. T. Tribane :
Sin: Having read in your issue of the
8th an article copied from The World,
and written by its correspondent at Ful
tonville, on the character and antecedents
of the late Dr. Dostie, we deem it our
duty as men of a common brotherhood to
refute the "blatant falsehood " of The
World" t correspondent by giving you a
short history of the " Union martry,"
and of events and facts that have come
under our observation, and which- we
hereby certify to be true.
Dr. Dostie s father was a resident of
Saratoga County and a barber by trade,
which fact led to the son having began
life in that capacity. At an early age he
came to Amsterdam and opened a '-barber-shop
" with bathing-rooms attached,
of unusual size and capacity for a town
of the size, thus making a start for him-Belf-
During his sojourn with us as a bar
ber he studied at every leisure moment,
and recited what he learned to his wife,
he having married a highly educated
lady of Cazenovia, N. T, and thus im
proved his qualities ot mind and heart to
an almost unprecedented degree, and be
came one of the leading men of the town.
In the Odd Fellows, of which he was a
member, he passed the chief " Executive
Chair " at an early day, and was ever
present in attendance upon the sick day
or night as assistance might be required.
He will be remembered by all the mem
bers of the lodge, and those who knew
him as one foremost in every good work.
Out of " the six-and-a quarter-cent bath
tub " he saved a su 21 cent sum to erect to
the memory of his deceased wife a large
marble monument, being the first of the
kind in our country.
Dr. Dostie soon quit the " tonsorial
triumphs " and cave his attention to den
tistry, tiracticinsr in the office of Dr. J. C.
Iluail (who is still practicing here, and
whose name annears below. 1 He became
a proficient, and after the usual amount of
study and practice, migrated te Chicago
to pursue bis calling in a broader Deri.
From thence he went to New Orleans,
where he was watched by many anxious
friends, and became an ornament to the
lofession and a beacon light in the cause
vi juberty and .equal rights to all me::
He visited Amsterdam occasionally,
and was always warmly greeted by hosts
of friends and admirers. His last visit
was during the dark days of the Rebellion.
He was called upon to address a meeting
convened for the purpose of raising vol
unteers,and was enthusistically greeted by
all, and proved of great assistance in open
ing the eyes of the community as to the
true state of affairs in the South and true
cause of the Rebellion. Amsterdam
boasts of more such " soapy boys," F. E.
Spinner, now Treasurer of the United
States, having served an apprenticeship
at the harness making business previous
to the advent of Dr.- Dostie, with a res
pectable citizen who still continues the
business, and whose namo appears be
low. Out of esteem to the memory of our
former fellow-citizen, the undersigned ac
quaintances and members of both politi
cal parties, esteem it a privilege to sub
cribe our names to the truth of the above
statement.
J. W. Stobtivajit, Ja. C. Dfeia,
. J no. KzxLoea, Adam W. Klie,
David Di Fokest.
Amsterdam, N. Y., Aug 9. 1866.
The Feeling in France Against Napoleon.
leoa.
The Paris correspondent of the New
York Timet writes :
The Opposition x France are furious
with the Emperor, and abus9 him without
stint for allowing himseif to be outwitted
and defeated by Bismarck, for Bismarck
has not only defeated Austria and the
German Confederation he has outwitted
all the rest of Europe, the Emperor Na
poleon included, and Bismarck has be
come for the Emperor a sort of btte noire,
whom he fears more than any man he has
yet bad the fortune to meet in diplomacy.
when the war in (iermany commenced
the Emperor Napoleon supposed that both
parties were goiDg to exhaust themselves
to such an extent that at the end of the
war he would be strong enough to de
mand the Rhine and receive it, but the
war has terminated contrary to all expec
tations, and. to the profound astonishment
of everybody, in an easy and rapid tri
umph for Prussia, and in a situation of
affairs which renders any concessions to
France on the Rhine an impossibility.
More than trat, Germany is now so near
ly united under the poweriul impulsion
or r russia that N apoeon could not prob
ably conquer the Rhenish Provinces, or,
if at all, only with a costly and protracted
war. It is even said that Bismarck de
sires such a war, for all Germany is
united on this subject of the Rhine and in
hatred of Nopoleon, that by it he would
nope to drag all Germany, even to the
German portions ol Austria, into the arms
of Prussia.- So that the beau role which
Napoleon was supposed to be playing in
the commencement of the war turns out
to be no role at all, and disappointment
ana rage pervade all ranks ot r rench so
ciety.
As at present constituted, however.
with a much less population than that of
r ranee, .r russia is not a menace to France.
nor can Napoleon pretend that Prussia
has become so large as to make it neces
sary lor him to demand a compensation.
Prussia probably will become large
enough to warrant Napoleon in making
snch a demand, but by that time Prussia
wi'l have so consolidated German power
as to oe able to resist successfully the de
mand.
So that in any light in which one looks
; the matter, Napoleon comes off with
nothing in a question in which it was sup
posed he was to gain everything, and the
aissatislaction is in proportion to the great
aisappointment.
The Crocodile Dispensation.
First we had the Mosaic dispensation.
when Johnson announced himself as the
Moses to lead the colored Israelites out of
the wilderness of while oppression to a
promised land of equal rights, and when
he invoked all sorts of plagnes upon the'r
oppressors. 1 hat was when he was nomi
nated for the Vice Presidency.
Then we had the bloody dispensation.
when treason was to bo made odious,
traitors hung and their lands confiscated
and given to the loyal. That was when
w 11 Res llootn elected him President.
2iow we have the watery or crocodile
dispensation, which washes out treason
and rebellion with tears.
When Antony returned from Egypt, to
patch up a reconciliation with Octavius
Cesar, the young Komans eagerly ques
tioned him about the wonders of that mar
velous land, and received the most satisfac
tory answers ; especially about that strange
weeping monster, the crocodile. So we
may imagine the Southern inhabitants
inquiring of their returned delegates con
cerning the strange being in the Presi
dency, who is alternately so savage and
soft, eo monstrous and so maudlin, so
truculent and so tearful.
Lepidus. What manner o' thing is
jour crocodile?
Antony. It is shaped, sir, like itself;
and it is as broad as it hath breath ; it is
Just so high as it is, and mcves with its
own organs : it lives by that which nour-
isheth it ; and the elements once out of it,
transmigrates.
Lep. What color it it of?
Ant. Of its own color, too.
Lep. 'Tis a strange serpent.
Ant. 'Tis so. And the tears of it are
wet.
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STATE NEWS.
Tbb Stats Fatl The Davton Jour.
savs th State Fair Grounds now com.
prise some thirty-six acres. This com
prises . trie recent addition of Phillip's
Hill, and the ground are now altogether
most beautifully located, and tbev r
all respects the best in the State fi.r
mnmons, ana lor ail purposes of Fairs.
There are eight halls on the erounH. li
them put in the best order, with the
iuukuuu oi oeme permanent a-,.,,..-
Surrounding the around on th .'
south and west, put up in the best man
are norse staUs, loc cattle stalls,
sheep pens and some 70 boo- n
hill, a short distance above th Siw..
and Treasurer's quarters, are 100 two
story poultry coops. The trotting track
located in the southwestern quarter of
grounds, is half a mile in extent, on
EnrrlUh style of courses, so well
calated to insure speed, and it is in most
aumiraoie cnumon. It IS by far tha best
track in the State, bv far the
upon any Fair eround in vct
County Fair will commence Septem
ber 19th and tiio State Fair an eh oth
the sam month.
or
T-roTment
th
m-ant
.
The Douglas Monument.
A late Chicago paper gives the follow
ing description of the Douglas monument,
which will be dedicated in that city on
the 6th proximo, in the presenoe of Presi
dent Johnson, Secretary Seward, General
Grant, and other distinguished persons:
The first section of the monument is
now about half completed. The founda
tions are entirely finished, and the tomb
is partially complete. The structure has
been carried up to the hight of about 17
feet. When completed it will be 100 feet
in hight. The diameter ot the circular
platform base is 62 feet, and 2 feet high.
Another base, with steps the same the
sides concave, or curved inward, also 2
feet high is laid upon the circular base.
The sepulchre, witii fo'JS orojecting ped
estals standing out from the corners &Ou
connected by archways, is 20 feet square
and 11 leet high, with walla 5 feet thick.
It has an arched ceiling and a chamber
within, 10 feet square. In the center is a
sarcophagus, or receptacle, for the remains
of Douglas, which will be visible through
a bronze door 6 feet high and 3 feet
wide. Resting upon the sepulchre is a
pedestal 21 feet high, with a base 15 feet
square, lapping upon and supported by
the wal's of the tomb. A complete col
umn, 43 feet in length, 6 feet a: the base
and JJ feet at the top, is placed on the
pedestal. A cap and spear 6 feet high
forms the cap and base for a colossal
bronze statue of Douglas, 12 feet high.
Surrounding the sepulchre will be four
seated symbolical figures, life-sisa, of light
marble, one representing Illinois holding
a medallion likeness of Douglas. By the
side is a sheaf of wheat and the State
arms. The other is America, with the
shield ; History, reclining on a tablet, and
Fame, with the wreath and the trumpet.
Over the entrance stands an eagle, and on
the base of the pedestal above are four
bas-reliefs, representing the progress of
civilisation la uu vvo. l- wt, -tfr wil
derness, with Indians hunting, and their
wigwams in the distance; then the pio
neers, with the cabin, men plowing and
cutting down trees ; then Commerce, rep
resented by a ship, bales and boxes, and
Science, represented by the locomotive,
the railroad and the telegraph. The fourth
reliel illustrates Education, by a group of
children and a schoolmaster, with the
Capitol building and a church in the dis
tance. The statue represents Douglas as stand
ing by the Constitution and the Union,
the fatces or Union by his right, and the
Constitution in his left hand.
The speakers' stand at the iniugurat on
ceremonies will bo erected immediately
beside the monument, and will accommo
date 700 or 800 people. This will be re
served exclusively for members-of Con
gress and other distinguished individuals
who come to take part in the ceremonies.
In front of the stand vull be accommoda
tions for about 60 reporters. The space
in front of the stand will afford plenty of
room for the many thousands who will bo
present listenisg to the addres-ea, and the
nature of the ground will render tho voi
ces of the 6peakers perfectly audible to
those who may be forced to take their po
sitions a considerable distance from the
stand.
At each corner of the grave will be
erected a pillar about 30 feet in bight.
From these uprights will stand four arch
es, which wilt be draped with black and
white, and festooned with roses. Round
the bases of the pillars will be ar
ranged a cumber of Sags, and all
the way up they will be draped with
black and white, with wreaths of roses and
flags. The gravo will be covered with
natural flowers. In front of the grave
:n L. . j..,., tr.iL-.
wm oe piuctru upon a peaestai voiasj
splendid marble bust of Douglas, and a
model of the monument. There will be
no other decorations of any kind on the
ground.
These form tho principal part of the
preparations that have yet been made for
the great occasion. Whatever other ar
rangements rAnain to be made relate more
particularly to the programme to be car
ried out on that day. If ever there was a
time when the people might earnestly
hope for favorable weather, it will be on
this coming 6th of September, which will
in any case be seen to prove a memorable
one in the annals of the city.
Lake County Union Convention.
At the Lake Cbunty Union Convention
to nominate county officers, held at Paines
ville on the S'id insU, the following reso
lutions were adopted, which we publish
by request :
Resulted, That in the judgment of the
delegates this day bere assembled, the ac
tion of the Judicial Convention for this
sub-division, bolden "at iladison on he
14th inst., in filling the vacancy occurring
in the township of Jlunson with a dele
gate opposed to the known and expressed
instructions of such township, was not
only a wrong upon the voters thereof, but
was a fraud upon the rights of the District
at large; therefore we repudiate its pro
ceedings and are not bound to, nor will
we support, its nominee.
Rctolved, That we cordially approve of
the course pursued by those delegates who
withdrew from the convention, and do
hereby invite the Union voters of the Dis
trict to meet in mit convention at Madi
son, on the tth day of September next, to
nominate a suitable person forjudge.
I certify that the within is a true copy
of resolutions passed by our County Nom
inating Convention passed with only one
dissenting, with delegations all full.
A. L TINKER
ORDINANCES.
AS OKI IA( K Toproflde for the
pr.nkliriR of a portion of Pltufcargh street
mc 1. Be tt oidaiowl hy the City Council of th
City of OfTelsnd (two-tntrdu of a 1 tb mmbcra
coitcurrlug) that Pittstorgh street betwt-t-n Ek e
aiin i rows am-cis bv nt.riiiKlea ander th.- mrfeticn
'he Board of City Im? rnwnjn, durinir tha
prvaeot teasun, from the 12tb day of August until
iun aiBV qj oi vciour.
tKa x. 'lLatlor tlie pnrpone of drayinr th1
cost ttD'l expense of evriok'tne raid street, betwean
the itoi"t h?ri "before iisciat2t. there b and i
hertjoy lTied and aversecd upon ch and every
i - oi iron i oi au tae iota or parcel!! oi lai.d ooTjod
it r or at'Uttiukt upon the a.'oresaid portion of aaid
tr?et, tb" B3m of $..
pec. 3. TtitAt tit owner rtf tb seTeral lota acd
lai'dt boundiue or almitiua; niton tU Dortioii uf
aia at reel, 8Dt.ii pay lueftfferaj amounts or money
from thtm eeverniiy doe Id that behalf, before th
16th dT of September, IStW, to Hointr B tewolf.
city special tax coliaotor, or be enl'jected to tb
penaily and interen' allowed by law against tbem
irfTeraiJy 1' not paid at the ttta or te the ponton
u.tTin ppeemtru.
ramc-d AnxTiit iz,
F. W. PkLTOS, Prasid-tit o th OonnHl
Q. 8. Wheaton, Awlw'ant Ot Clerk. ne23:34t
AX OBDISAX h To ly 0ntf open
and extend MiJdl- street.
arc. 1. it or'aiued by the City Con noil of
iu t,,iy oi .ievfiani, i,iwo-imrus or ail toe mem
ter coocarriojt.l Tliat Middle strpt be l.tdnnt
jLt-Dt-u nun Pifu'imi iium iro pect street 10 Mon
umental Pa'k, a Mil wj : Thesterly line thr.
to be sfTea f- t eaale-ly at r ebi antie from
th- woetr-rly lines of onrnal two a-: re lota .V. 87
and 99, anil parallel thereto ; the westerly line to
uv i ny tret, aiaiaac irom in ea.tertf line, sod
Parallel ter -tu; whkS ehall be known and deal;
caied illdrtle tt eet, aud be nnJer the rs ami
control of tb City Council.
cEC. 2 Tbat fur the pirpo of paying th rain
of tot or parcels of lcd so taken or a propria ted
for tt.e pnrp se a-or"stid, a chary or tax be levied
or a-seura upon ine lots rpareeH rf land bc-nud-itc
or auttics: Trxit tiidd y street betwa- sneii
points on fa id Misdle etivet as th Board '-f Ity
lmproveiDfuie may, in their indimiit, deem bvn
t fitted I j ssld !mproTimnt; and said Board a-half
be directed to report to th C' tr Ucnacil a.a n.
sect-men: aerArdia to benefits on the lota or par
ce s of .adabntticg upon said street ttwnQch
points as anaii i ue-ngnued tiy tbem, le proper.
Hon, as no. r tw. to the bnellti, which
may rolt to each ptrc! or lot of latd, so soon
the Jury in the cafe report to the liowrd the
vulue. f unch lot or parifl cf land, together with
benritamn th rros, whici m-i t ta-cq
at-pr. pr:iei jrr ine parpos aforesaid. ,
Pasted August C2, 136.
F. W. PELTON. Prt. of the Council
U. e. WHtATOM. Aea't City Cferk. aur-34
A If ORDIXiNiK To grade and Im
XX prove 8on-rior street br-twees Erie street
and the Wtvterl? Hitf TVa Acre Lot o. 10o.
Ki 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of t: o
City of OfTehbtd, (two-thiris of all the member
coDOnrring.) thnt etiperior street, between the
easterly Line of Er.e street, and tn westerly line
len Aero L. t o. l(X, r graded and im'
proved to th established ?raoV, a rider tb? direc
tion and supervision of the Board of ity Improv
emeara ; and that the cost aod expanse of said im-
be estimated, lrid and 6sefrScd upon
fee- front of tho aevt-rai lot ot parcels .f Una
bontrdiae vrabnttiOR; upn said street between the
points aforesaid
Fasted Aug ti iRtv;.
F. W. PfcLTON, Pres. of the Council
G. S. wheatoh. Assist. -Tity Clirk anp22:3M
REMOVAL.
RKS0V4L. Mr. F. H. Morris ha?.
In removed his M "thi tut Store from Ko. 9
Monument qure to 60 prospect street, reapeet
fcliy asks a continuance of the patronaceeo Lib
raiiy t-eatowwi upon him in the past, and hope b
iicreaMi facilities) aed strict attention to the
of his ctistoiners to eatrit tb same in the
fntnr. Kaitern rahion? received. All work
warranted. A fond veftortment of rioths on hand,
antca wtil be o!d at tht loweat rat, ur marie up
1. ,al,.,.fMM'..'.l..,l-. r.lY'Rn
TVORT HAXDII TA3LK CtTlERY
XKicelotjost recivd ; Oarrera and Steels,
Pining: nd Deeert Koive. at reduced price.
ih 00WLS8 A OO 4dU Bo.
a
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are
the
Its
sale
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i
k N SU R A KC CrJ""1
INSlKH IN ttELIiBLE EASTERN
IXSUBiNCE C0MPAMES.
Tb Uaulerwriter'a Aftmrny I
Gtrnianla, Ilanorer, Xlagara
and Republic
IMMCE COIIPAMES,
OF HEW TORE.
Cwh Aeu, - - S3,t0, 23.32.
TJ ATE PAID ALL LOSSES
AT"
11
PtirttMiJ to th unonnt of OsHnndrx.
Dd Porty-two T boa ad add Thr.M iiandrtsl
Dollars, r.d art tttll in g'Vxi (tcndltton to do the
suna for CleTInd Pglky Holder.
Jno. G. Jennings, Agent
XO. S ATWATER Bl'IXDIXO,
rtEVVLAND. OHIO.
L D. HODSON,
Genera! Fire, Marine and Life
Insurance A?eiii.
GGoe, OrlaU't Kxcoangt, foot Bcperior Strati,
CLEVELAND, OHIO,
aaranairrs tbs followhs coartaias:
Bccteye Mataal Int. Co., Clsvel&s4, Aiteta.
Ohio. ( Pin aud Mailt J tf-l.S.
Natiocal Fira a Marina, of Boston, Ma-. 7rt,0
Franalm nre Slarinn, o' Cincinnati- suu.uou
Mrt Iflrs Int. Co.. be York. .. 414,7:
Sorwich Fir lc., Co., Morw'cli, Conn., 4i5,i44
Kaw lor Ltfo Mow Tor 5,0dU,'M
I nltoa tttet Accident int. Co.. &rra
rh, K. S SB 0IIC
ii,684,78(,
losses rromptiy Atfiattea And mm
Particular atu-ntlon given to the ad-astment ol
dariae ijoaaw. . . u. 1). 11 Ul805,
Atfent and Aoiotter.
Cpt. C A. GAEPirrt, Marine Inspector. SI RS
CONTINENTAL
Life Insurarce Company
Of tlartfo.tl, Conn.
JAIIVN. RK'E. Prnlilral,
SA I tL K. A.s.3tOitaV, nrreuary.
it, G. U. Cuntlnxton, Sen Aser.L
Office Xa 7 Pnblfe Square,
CLliVILASt), OHIO.
Tho wishing to teenrea pal-cy in a reliable
company, or to act a agents at a liberal coaipeusa-
una, win call or addrwas the agent by letter. Ju
BUS lXSL'RAXCE iOJIPiSt
HUE AX0 iMAKlNK.
i!Z2ce &0.1. Bp8rlor-st.,CleTclnud.
Capi tal i230,0OO.OO,
filly ropreaeitoJ Ivy riret-CIau Btaadar
Securities.
D1BKCTOKS.
Dtillraan Witt, John I. Waraar,
Jaawa Mason, Bobert Hanca,
. 1. Baiueriu, Henry Harrey,
)l. IX. C'liapin, O. A. Brooke,
W. 11. Price, J. P. Bobison,
o. Wortutu.tton.
STILI.MAN WITT, President.
H. M. tHAPIS, V. FrtsinVnt,
K. d. nOBSa. Seeret ry. mr:J: BS
EUCSEYE MUTUAL INS. C0KPANY,
FIBE AND MARIS K.
Capital .300,000.
Profits dfTidcd In Cash to the Stock and PoScy
hol lers. Thirty per cent. Cash Ulsidend natd on
the earned promlnms ol all participating Polities
Kir year iroo.
Takes Marine Hazards of all KUdi
Fir Eititi oo Building. Mrohiid.M, Furnitor
YmmU Id Port. ud the better ciatsa uf riki jti'
sr&uy.
DISXCTOBS
Wm. Burt, W. T. Walker, . S. CLamberliB
P. CbumlHTltn, F. W. Pe.ton, 0. A. (j&rduer,
AmiM StoueJr.lt. D. Hudson, A. W. Freucli,
B. Pel ton, E. L. Mi Hani.
QOI-e, Orlntt's sobnnf. foot Sapo
.riwtr-tu vavveittuu. v.
WM. HART, PreaHeut.
L. D. HUDSON. 8cretry.
CAPT. C. A. GA&l9fi.R, Marine Inxuuctor.
IRON AND HAILS.
f roa Jiaiis, Steel, Glass, Gas Pipes
CALVIN CARR
A'o. 65 iCeriein Street and 5 ami 1 on the Dock,
t Irve-land Branch tt arrhoaacs
iSAGLE- IR0X AND NAIL WoBKS,
VXCXLSIOB LiH WHII,
WOLFE. HOWARD & CO.
ASDBBSOX, COOEB OO.'S
PITTSniKG STEEL WORK?,
Aad Manufacturer! Agency oftae
LAKE JUL BOX UHlVDHfOIM,
tLiAWATHA NOT & BOLT WORKS,
Also, Uaoalactnrers of
and Pipe, Tubing and Steam Fipe.
A fall supply at my W arahouies of '
f.O, HAILS. sTttl, G.ASS, AND GAS PIPE
Aud orders respectfully solicited.
tt iIanufactur?m' Prices.
AILS IliUS UUSS. ,
rORR!SdrTFOSTER,;
Ko. 61 :i 1 i:3 Eivir-sU
hfioenberjrer'ri Jan!afa halls.
UN1ATA EOIIKB PLAT'S, HnFET IE0M
IIAJ1MEB1S9 HOSj-E S'dOEU.
tuo,
Sar Iron, Window 'l;'s, Extra (Jnallij
feklnnntsjn"-t and If nron.
All 1 - re at
WASirrACTrjit-Kfj fhicks
eblu
IE0S--STEEL--6LASS, 4C.
Ci.EVfcL4Oa BROWS CO,
27, 9 A 31 Merwinnl.,
fKXTON'S BLOCK.
H. O. CL FjV K L A KI, n .. .
ImporWrs, Mannfrvcturer, and Wholesale Dealers
in Bar, Boiler, lloop and Sheet Iron, Sanderson
Mro. A Co.'s best English Cast ana Kprintc Steel,
Met and Wrought bpke. Hot and Cold Preseed
nun ana vtasners, nor way ft an Koaj, swodes
roo. Carriage Axlni, Spring and Bolts, Borden's
celebrated Horse Shoe and Boiler Bivts, Galvan
ised Sheet Iron. Caet and Si Tor 3tel Axes, Abt:U,
Yfsea, Horse XYaili, Ac. Ac.
fViV Arntf fnr the sale of
RKrH ,B.,lL A C'O.'N
Uahonlnn" Iron it Na!l-. nnrt Can
nlnjbam je Ihmpeo'i Fltts
burph tHy Glass,
In this mtt-t.
e.StrDd for Price List and Circnlnrs. Refer to
rniiitwti men firid BjiTiker ktrr-raily. mar?.!
CUTTER FASTENER.
YAPP'S
Patent Gutter Fastener !
Tbe mot Durable, the Cheapest, aud
the most Simple of at mod ft bow
known for iuspcndlns Tin
Gutters or Eve Troughs.
Ills at rent- and not vfslbl to lb?
mHB MODB OF SUSPENDING
JL Gutter a'-corditjf to the Yapp's patent is ae
foHova: Arro the top of the Unttr. at avbont
from 6 to 10 feet apart, according to tho size and
hT)fth, is sodred a half-inch tin tube. Tbrouvh
this tube a rod or bolt of the required lerprth, with
thread on tbe end, is put through and screwed
into tue studding pi at or ratter of Uie tiaiidinir,
to which the guttor is snspfuded. The gut
ter fs held to th rod by a pin, which is put
through ahtie in the tube, and a correpondiur
one in the spike. By simply pulling out this pin
with the floger, the gutter could be taken off and
lipped on again without any difficulty, thus ren
dering it eaeily repaired or painted. By this
mode tbe gutter is held stiffly in place trom
yartoyer without any change in its poaitfon.
Jtach rod which sustains th gutter will support
the weight of a man thus giving an idea of its
strength. Tbe wbol fastenings are out of sight
entirely, thus adding to the appearance ol the
gutter.
By the old mode the gutter is suspended by hav
In: a strip of tin banded around tt and nailed to
the bnilding. Soon tbe nail get rusty, and the
band slip off. Th wind operating on tbe trotter
gradually turn It around and twist it about so
to make it neeles. n Droofof this look at tb
tnonssnd of gutter hung by tb old oroces.
Below 1 appended toe certificate of Architects
and Builder certifying to the superiority ol
Yapp's Paten Getter Fastener :
We. the UDderaitrned. Architect of Cleveland.
having carefully examined into th mvriM of the
above node of Banging and putting up (utters,
confldnt that tt is superior to the old
mod, and we cheerfully aad coBacienUoiuly re
oommeod it tb public.
I. S. cLACKBU&S
O. W. Ti I A B D,
8. 0. F0KTS3.
A full aMortment of Bolt and In bee kent con
stantly on hand and foraale; aiw an Invenlout
clamp for holding th bolt whU screwing it Into
building.
lowuDip, nonary and state Blunta ror sale.
Price list of Fasten tn m Bar 100: No. 1. or .ssall
sit., (4.00; No a, or middla site, A3.0O; No. a, or
WRSHH, SI.W.
Jor farthar partlcnlart call at tho Tin Shot f
WM. TAPP,
Corner Prospect ttreat aad Oak Place,
1-,-fcBIT fTt.laaa, Crt.lo.
PSiSE'S HA18 ESSKWKK Stoni
Hair from fallina off: reatnr, Grav Hair to
original color, and is astM-rior dres-lnf. For
by 01! I7B.OHI LL A BKOTUB,
US Oa tana atraat.
"r
PATENTWOIWrtlWCER.
R. H I N E S '
PATENT MOP WRtVGER
Sf
E. P.' II. W.
Durable, economical ana ornamsatsJ
H Pt !IaX
fimall Lntaitment and large profits.
R. P. M. W.
Tha aaaaa aatoaot of trork can e dona IB aaa-hall
tha tits
E. P. M. W.
f'f iut hot vater taay b. ed
Es P lilt " W
fthe water Is hard ttro( lja-wttr caa bs oed.
E. P. M. W.
A la.ly can mop her floor or carpet if neceeaarj
afUr having dressed for an evslng party
or in bridal array.
E. P. M. W.
Ivery family buys ft because tby can't ailord to
do without It. It coats but a trill i, last 'or
years, and save Iron thra to ten time ,
Its price 7ry year.
E. P. II. W.
Psoplvbuy rights bncatu their judgment tails
tnern it wm bs roeivd witn joy in svsry
house hold.
E. P. M. W.
AgnU ar making from flO to 926 per day.
E. P. M. W.
There li no tens la whistling th tune " I've
nothing to do;" no excuse for long race and
ratty! pant for want of paying business. .
But a Bioae. Cuyahoga county will f
be furnished by towns, ClereUnd f
city y wards, ho otar oouutios to be retailrd
E. P. M. W.
To activ, energetic business m I will pay tal
ries or trom it to fiuo per monu j
and xpBes. j
E. P. II. W.'
I think I can satisfy any man woo will sail and
seem that this Is th "biggest little thing" to
make niwney out of that has bea discovered In
fifteen years.
For Rignts in Ohio apply at th American Hows
oraour u. a. MAIHEW. ,
Cleveland, 6., '
Agent for Rhine Patent Mop Wringer.
! U ne7r H4H-1& T R
CLOTHINC.
A FACT !
Mix & Fairchild
Ara offering graat bragains la
Men's, Youths' & Children's
FINI AMD MIDI CM
CLQTuma
AND
FUMISHIXG GOOD !
iUK STOCK WILL ALWAT8 BJ
foucd the moat detlrable of any la tcia city
a tha aHA&K. HATBitlAfj and FIT at aai
nothing will equal tho best cu-tom wade, aid our
ctirniiuiug trOVas (n DUDOlBiS oi tnsttUD-
Siinimer Clothins: !
At a email advance front oast. Giv na a oall.
MIX at FAIKCHII.D, I
ios HorriiAH block.
Cast Side Pobllo Square, Oleeelaaa, Ohto.
JUST RECEIVED !
300,000 of eoldsmltli's Poison Proof
Enamel Paper Collars ! '
At Lawnl Xetr Y.rlt Wholesale FrtcM
AT
S. MANN'S, 1
I
Oto. A. DiTit, M. I. M. Pcixorro.
bum Ynrk. Clmlamd.
EST A CLISIIED A. !., 141.
Davis, Peixotto & Co.,
i
Hsnumcturers and Jobbers of all soalitlot d
styles of
READY MADE CL0THLG,
toroer or Superior fc Water bU
CLEYELASiD, On
03or for the Spring and Summer Season a Large and
wniMfufwaiwu oi sLea ana oqj 's. ,
Thes Good are made ezprossly forocr Trad and
a ajijie, noisfl am w frrsmansnip ax
Equal to the Best Custom Work.
A cbotc selection of
CENTS' FCEMSHINB GOODS,
Rnen n tader Garmeiits,
Casslmere and Flannel Shirty
Paper Collars, c4 c
Pcsseesins; tbe benefit Of aa Basterv boaaeetloB.
we are enabled to offer toperlor indooemeata to
pcrcbasers of Beady Made Clothing.
Kearly twenty years' experience la Western
trade, aires na nnasnal an.iiSr.tlnn. ...
the wants of Country Merchanto.
On r old friends and porchaaen aeooralty are
ocrdially Inrltad toe, 11.
ATIS, PEIXOTTO eX CO.,
Dor. Water and Superior tta and Ho. Water .t.
atari 5
SAFES AND SCALES.
K0L11E8TER Si'ALE H'O.KES.
inratLitHrs lfttl.l
Ttssr FO&STTH'S
TiSl . .. u. .
sM"fe3 Standar
3 SCALES
WARHAHTFD,
irona;, AeetiTatetuxJ Bnrstble.
Over 1 -.41 varieties and tiara, adapted to every aae.
n.vesioo'i toe test or to yeara.et
Also Forsyth'e Tmoks, Baagaite Barrowe, Oopy.
lag Pres.es anl guear Mills. Send for circular.
POBalTHA WESTLAK, Gen. Agents.
87 Water-at., Cleveland, Ohto.
awScalee repaired. j28
TlfiBYIM'S PiTIXt fiAFgS (Horn
TA and dry plaster flUinc.) Do act lose their
fire proof qualities by age. Always reliable.
Have stood every teat trinmnhantlv rlre. li.mn
mn'Kinw. amyaven sues of tsaelaees
bafes. Also eldgant Hoose Fafes, for plate aad
i"r"Ji 111 .ijiea ov rarnirara. Tb. neat pecan
ty in the World lenfl fw circular.
FOttSIf U A WkSTLAKI, Oen Aaenta. -'
7 vlatot-st., CeveJand,Ohk.
aWSaf-t Bepajred. jyjg
FAIRBANKS'
STABDABD
-1 " Of all Klavda,
Fairbaeks, Morse & Co..
S'J SrPERIOR STREET,
CLIVELASD. OHIO. ; .b
- We also muafactare aad deal ia
Stejwe Mi Wtarrbwtne Trwesia,BararaaTe
asscl Exmreaaj Barroant, Hay, RaoT aa
Catta trew. Wetsxls-aaiaaitwr'
Itrnan tad rramea, Lter fe
aaatmiieat
mm. He careful to buy oaly the aaaataa,
jiiJ:S4
.
D
IV
MISCELLANEOUS.
TWO OR THBE GOOD BEDSTEAD
X KK E aa .antra at : k C'.eUa4 Badstsa
Iuti;.Ctssl street, ic toriiarriaoa siroei.
AlaeTWO GOOU JVINIS3 to awr oa "a.a aad
aoors, c
aac.T2 T.rK l..pwa.
YOUR OWH SOAP
WITK I
TOUR WASTE CREASE:
NO LIME NECESSARY:!
ITDIIto '
Saponiahcrt
nufaeturttl ty
t, . o. T.T M7PG. CO.
1 1 -eng of exoellsn!
It will rgtl.aTim.YX POTl. . xjxiys of th
Hard Soap. or Twmtt-vtvx Oa. ,t thikit
very best Soft 8oap, or only a be. . al
CS5TS. Direction on eaC.1 OO- .
all Croc and Grocery Stores.
BEWAStE OsT COrSTEBl-EITS.
Be ptrtlcs'tr i nkmr far
FtNN'A. SALT M'FG. CO S. SAPONIFitR.
JDiisECTioasrs
L1&K1HG YOUR OWH SQiP
TfttA your ttatU Urease.'
Peim'a. Salt M'fg. Co's.
BEXOWXED
SapcniSer !
2 Cents only for
ETery paniia. .
. of Soap. ;
DIBECTIOXS.
THssoIt on box f Lys In W pounds (pints) of
hnt watr. In an iron pot. Melt in another pot or pan
1 lbs. of clean nit or uease. Take off of fit Are, and
tnro ihix stir slowly th dissolTed It, a! kp stir
rlnn until th whol bcoines well ariixed and hk
aaolasssa. Now cosr op, and set In a warm plac
orr iilht. Next day cut up into snartll piece, add
lbs. (ot pints) of water, and melt with a ftntl heat
aotii the soap is all tloH'tJ, then puur Int" a tub to
ooL When old. cut tiito bars, which will b lit bs
a la about 10 (lays.
HTffAKE OP corTTEfiFrm.
V9 particular Im miking for rt.XA, SAXT
CO'S. SA IDy'lFIKK.
Wood aati M-iai cvaebe. eiww Windows, tr
Silver anl bllTMr PUtd Moulding. Manufactured
byCLAPPk M PHlLLiliS. 31 Superior sirei,
Clevetauf, u indM nonroae. iMtrtrr mii:-
rpWINES AND FISHING TACKLE
JL Ullling xsrtnM, all nnmoers ; axarsoaii i
thread. Cottoa Twiaet, all sites; 8tareoa Twine,
an Leading I.lnas ; a larx? aesortaient at
acglhJ-.i BBAPBCRX, WILLIAMS A 00.
FISH. Codfish, Tongue and Sounds,
Atack-el of all numbers and packages; Har
ries;, In boxes and barrels; ake Fish, ia all varie
ties, all new Ssk and of tae beet qaalily, are no'
beta received by
angll:! BrtBFBy. WfLtlAlla A CO,
,AI7INES Some very -choice Sherry,
T V pale aad dork ; Oi Port, Burgundy aud
Claret v, inea may ne lonno at
an)!ll:9(i4 B H A I) Bl UN. WILLI A MS CO
pOFPEES, SUGARS AND SYRUP.
V A large enpplyofall varieties Jnst received.
at a wi
angl
aid will e sold at lowest market prioee by
angll:SrH BMADBH V ILLIAXa A CO.
ETTS RCCKSHAFT GATE. This
le the best and moat convenient Gate bow be
fore tbe pnbllo. Taa subscriber baa aow the
Agency of tbis Qata. Alt orders left at my oflBce,
'A Snperior ttreat, over Fogg's store, will be dnly
attended to. I. w . siuttea,
Cleveland, Jnae 1, 1S6S. Inne4::4
" A. TALLE.HDAR,
LITHOtJBAPHER A2TD r jB4VIK,
PBINTIfc IS COLORS AND BLACK,
17S Snpe-s-lorat., Forres ty Blwek.
KOOH RO. 4, CP STA1E8,
jygfcBl Clevelittid, O.
iMLKVKUSO WUITELBID WORKS
V J Ho 17. 19 and 21 Oanal atreet. and No. T.
11 Champlala street.
J. il MOBLET at Co- Prowrietora,
Ma&nfaetnrera of White Lead aad Zlae Paints.
Pntty and Patent Dry.r.
Our Leads are unrivalled for Partly. Vfhiteeeee
ani rinenes. 4. o. autLtl s w.
Cleveland, Jaly 21, ltm. yI:BH
Woodworth Planer
FOR SALE,
Or axebusoare far hard ar aaft Lnaaikwr,
PIsAXKS 34 IX CUES.
Apply to
Jjl
OIO. D. BACK,
Canal street, foot of Rarrleon-st.
States Union Hotel
eo atKl 60S Market Street,
PHILADELPHIA
"PASTIES VISITING PHI LADE L-
X Pill A on btnfness or oleaaar will dnri tha
aboT Uotal one or tb moet decirable in Phila al
pbia, being situated in tbeoenterof bn vine and
in cioe proxtmuy te an toe places of amusement
nvAltv i.io feu DAY. (JleYeland Paiij
rer on it IHUD, a. m. 0AH UDittM.
Jpi'.l3W im n n n Proprietor.
T 1PIEBBS HOUSE, PHILABKLPHU
JJ Tbe subscribe! baTins; leased tbis farohte
Bous It ha been refltted aud nffnrniahed in an
elegant manner, and is now Dreuared with tbe
tost perfect appointments for tb reception of
u-wM. in- di. posiiton amonx nrst-cieas
lot Is will be maintaiiied In tbe future, as In tbe
WI5D0W CLASS. :
riTHK LAKGKST STOCK IN. THi
JL -ity, taalndlnx earn ilea, to which additloi
will be made aa required.
VOBI8T OITT VABFIBH CO.,
.'Pr?T. - 63 Franfort street.
YAK.MSHI8.
iJARRELS VAKNISHK3-
100,
8om Terv fln. tit nnr , -.ka
mow aaie oj
f 0&KST CITT TARNISH 0GM
""" W Frankfort street.
OIL WORKS.
. W. O. M'BBU'S.
JU'SSSI, McBEIOK CO.,
KtaurAcTVaKai or'
Refined Petroleum, Naptha and
in&rlcatlng 0!L
Office im Sulen'i Block, SJarH-rtort-,
f LEVEL 4.D. OHIO.
Jvt7:Bl '
tTYAHOCV OIL W0SKS.
CL4RK, 8DCRTIER Co
(Suoceseors to Outhwaita, Bharmer A Oo.,)
BcDnetnuuiel Ititirw Im PVtrorrTtn at
LBbrlcatins; oila, Hmaim, r.-,
Ofllce, Cobb's Hew Block, Monamant Square,
C1.EFEI.AHI, OHIO. i
t. cuaa, (wituii awaiira,
eaaiatsacaasa, (uinar uwu.
EICKLSIOt. OIL WOBiB. ; .
E0CKEFELlia4 ANDREWS,
fluoceaorts to Andrews, Clark A Oa.
.AKIjFAOTDBIRS l9 BFFIBSB8 OF
CARBON OIL,
Beczlne and Lubricating oils.
iS""""-"'- taarai. anaawa.
OTFlniltooat 4. Helton's Block, M-rwU e
WINE AND CIDER MILL.
C H I N SON'S
HILr Wl 1H0 CIDER BIU,i
Always reayly to mak
rem vnsi s-virr oibkk
Convatlent, ecmotDleal ea4 In-
dlapeasable ra CV 1ST FA HILT.
BAYS ALL TBI rSUIT.
Prtoe wo low taat arera lamllv
. . e,a affor a. 10,010 aow la
esa. Haar Lite fmprovemeata
aave Daaa aaaea. oeu la dee
orlptlve drealar flvia fall par.
ejevjara.
Addroaw
O. . BUTriHISSON,
81 ard 83 Xerwia St.. Clerelar S A
aaetM-eod-trl.W
OGEES' BEST PLATED WARE
Hew eapaly jaat recalTed arfpooaa orka,
Katsar Eatsea, Aa., As. ,
&u
1
HllT
prov
aad
oa
and
rro
A
J-.
area
Parkj
By
.
botk
ottee
(ravel
width,
day
eo-pUed
Umlted,
stoae,
By
jyiv wwijaa at co.
BITTCRf.
ROBACK'O -
BITTERS
v
V
V
k
K
x
ROBACS'S
STOMACH
BITTERS !
CUBE
DYSPEPSIi,
and ar tbe best Tonio
m us world.
BLOOt
PILLS
CUKE
SICK
HEADACHE,
eP
V
tmt
OotiTennta, and all di-
ot ui boweis.
.a.
ROB ACE'S
BLOOD
PURIFIER!
CURES
SCROFULA
and all dissaw sTlstBf
from lot p lire blood
X
X
ARB BOLD BY ALL
Drof isti and Dealers in
Patent medicine
EVERYWHERE
PRINCE, WALTON CO.,
(rSaooaeaen ta Dr. 0. . Kowaak,)
HOLB PROPEIETOBJi,
Ifo. 60, 68, 60 St 63 aat TStrd St.
OINCINNA TI, OHIO. .
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS
""WARD'S""
Paper Collars
AND CUFFS FOR
AND CENTLEME".,
MORGAN, "ROOT & CO.
228 STJPERIOIl.ST.,
SOLE .IGU.YTS' e
For CLEVELAND, Oiiio.
Ladies' Victoria Turn
Ladies' EmpressTum
over Paoer CcV.:x.
over Paper Collar.
Lftdlws' English Stand- Ladies' American
ing Kaper uxiar. stanoing r-aper usuac
ladies French Paper
Ladies' English Papet
. Cufis.
tun.
Cent's Piocadillj Paper Cent's. Shakes-"
V-Ollar. . Paper Collar.
Gentlemen's Standing Centlemen's T .rno . ei
Paper Collar.
Paper Collar.
Cents. Reversible
Paper Cuffs.
MANUFACTURED CY
S. W. H. WARD, New To;
lnavv-S4 StawTndrOw
CITY NOTICES.
OTICI To all wha It nay eon-
rem At a rmrnLvr ni.tinr .T iha r.t w
Coonrl. of th ty of Ctv aland. bd Angat 8th,
th fo Urwinc; rolatkB was aJ- a, vis :
'"wwa, mat in tn opinion ef thts Joanrll It
weinel OrwoaarT to rraO. mt drain m4 laa.
Knelltl aniw. bta 8oath Prr atrt.a
Wilson avennx Ail serarrns elatsslnjt dama-
by raon of each srad n. Dawina- rfrainiei.
lmprortnit, ara hrety roirrvi tsiltblr
ciaiats In vrittDa; with th Cftv C'erk, witbm Sr
; aitar tn arrt piiticatoi of lb I resolalloa.
b forTr barred fross 11 lxaat aa f.'minsv nr rm-
ctdTlD( anj da nay tbenfor.
e. R. WHJATON,
Aaaiataat Ciiw t Uclr
ClT.and. Anyt g, 18f6. ani0:MS
.Ul,BKK8.-fie!ed proposals
win berexivad at tae Utj Clerk's offlca an
til latardajr, September 1st, lc, at la o'cl k
tae aoastracttoa or a pavllloa at Wood
read Cemetery. Plana ao-1 apeciflcatloae may ba
at tae City Clerk's oOsa. Tie Committee oa
aad PatlK ti roa ads eollett aide rV,r th.
rvta taa r aat ta eeeeat ar raleet u.
propoeela at their notloa.
order of tbe Cltv Uoorcll.
- futM HCNTiMttTOS, Chalrmaa.
Clev.'raod. At(ost Oa, 1SSS.
Htrstd ard Pi.ip IieaVr cofy.T s-j-' 344
"VOTICI To tbe owner, mi agent
of lota aad lands boa disr or abattiaa oa
atdea ef J.y street. Too will aUaae l.ke
that yoa are h-reey reqaired to crade.
and Oaa. with krlek ... ?TT
tbe sidewalk ta froet of yoar several iota
"'4". to aoKTdaaoa .h the g-ae,al
Cents. Enofioli P?-)et
Ci.-r.
v - - - (Uv oaioa 01 taa H r Ci.tl
Sowwer aad to complete ta. Mn kefora toe 1."
of Joly, la-7 ti tb. abo.. raqaaet ta aot
witb wtthia the tim, kerriaVpiflid Jod
the wort will be d.a by taVei.rw".
anl tbeeoet th.reof aa a "a,
wTiKM,,,'',t ,,m,tt"1 po" ''
order of toe lati of City Itavrovataeata
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