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iSAAC J. FRANK' V" . Mannlaceormcf and Bralerla HOOP SKIKTS AND CORSETS, Ko. 129 BiiMTior street, user tB JOBBSOB HODS", al.a.e a hand aa .xteo.lv. unrlMfit ofmtoM atria, aud pattera. Wholesale dealers Mi l WW t he th.a New To.t merk-t rat, or dA-trls mad tooraar an .boraset notloa. ' mayl:li "special NOTICES. gz&-A MW JX-fOUl-. Called Svbkt Oi-orM-ix raoa Xxxica, aiaaufacturd by 7. T. Smith A Co , New Tori, la making a wuu tloa vbevrer It it known. Is vry delicate. Bed I to fraprac re.aa.r-a oo tSo handkerchief f; lyi.- KTntBg Belt-tin, sfhiladeH-bia. b7.M 3- HAL?S VKGETAELB MCI- "'a imn tha Hair. Ball's vtcrbtMe Sicilian bnlr rrarirrr '.aetoreo ajay hair to the oiigtail eolor. All'a Tvkeublr Miritiam kutlr reatewer PrrT.nti tha hair f rem falHur off. avail's tearetabla McAIiaji hal r reaewn Makes the hair soft and gl -ssy. Hall's Testable Mrlliaa hair renswer EOe a- t stain taa alia. Stall's vegetable .leUiaa malt- reacw. poreo iweir tha best preparation tor il . T ' presented to tha public. Prua !. "T tale by all drurvi.fs. I, l7:lll8-eod-tri W E3-SWEET OPUPOSAX IE0J1 atlXIOO I r.mw. Tar j rale, rich an 4 ashionabie perfume. Tha finest ever imported or manafac tarad U tlx United State Try it and ba coa Viccd. nnT.3-.t WH YG1 tSW WIN K,TUE GBJiAT IMPORTED T'"NIC.-ts-d by tha beet laaulH-s aroog.-out -urope approvu by in imperial fcabool of Ja dieiev ParM-Ddored by tha prtan aanl Mebrr of the A mar. Madicai Association, at their couTntloB, sK-la In Butimoro, May 1st, IMo. aoalafnj ao rpirlta of any kind, and la therefore Ba-S Yt ISTOXICITINO IS Tfl LKA6T. It Is vrf4red fa Parts from pare asianr, and admits la na composition only Toato, anoaailc and raaarn'oe- auustanOM. Ladiai aiil lad it a deiicloaa aebetitnte f'jr the Wiona tonira which hare aaaloeh.hc budy. MCs-JAT is m rare vine of Boat e- 4ia-.tfnt fieror. It is tha ruas Jutca ua a ao"T -asLtoiova oatrn. It sarpaaass In ezovllence aoy table viae tn thaconntry. Teed la Knrope tor acraaeatal pa'posee. Chnrch people are latlMI at laair law it. 1 titne wines are bold by all drorclete. ALLKN a OO., OiBctnaati, Aenu for Ohio, aa6:od.Kl ' XlO0! The aotl ekfant oi essential parson' roaalsite tut lpt - Tj.mA of Swret Opop. """ - t. T.'XITTI CO., a;7:Me Tcrlr SW "WHY 50T USE THE BEST ? -OffltH lSTV TCA'da' lncraas f eeaand haa eettllhed !ie act that MATHEWn' TK- I.ET1A HA'K Dflii tliebeet In the world. It la tha abea;ftt, the mo.t tallabls and moat ccn Teni"nt. - omplete la ane hottia. Ioea not rs qnlre any preeiona preparation of the hair. No troe.Ua. Ko crock or ituu. Prodacea a benatt. rol Mack or brown, aa preferred. A ehild eaa ap. ply It. Always ftivei rattsfaction. On!y75oanti ar bottle. Sold every wbwte. " A. 1. MATEIWJ, Mannfaotnrar, H. T. TEKAf EARNS CO., New Tork, TTbolsaala ajfenU. alaa, MATHEWS' ASKIOA UIKtOMbr reatorjas aad ceeitns: the Hair. jya:l:l7.ood sS"ilARBIAGE AXD CELIUAGY, an lusay of Waroia and Inalraction for Toan Wea. Alo, Disei.es and Atners which p'ostrate the eital pow.r., with enre means of reliel. oVn. free of el.rg in .-a-cd letUr ene-elopea- Addrees. l)r. 1. ik.lL.Lll H..cuUTojit uawmra Askc. ti.n, Pnil.Sslp'iia. Pa. anr!.5 3VtET OIVIUN'AI! .Udifta. a tbtar moron, cll, otrx Joy and gladneoB, Oi,bVh..r O'Qi'uAX FKOM KXI'.'O! K.fnre c M B ,: prwao, . tiaixT nstCW rr nxi. Tr, It ud he aM,n- . i. yxra. ro.,' attsT-3M Sew Tors HU.(SM.:vi.ldIs ZLECTj IThaelolm (or this TBlqed Fomily b-it r a I PiU ar.- beyond iht of Buy other iu dtL3 1 an. A test of thorn will not only 3 - - - - proro thi, tat tbo icroBtor orror of I n ChiC.c Pill RwTr rt-,uir ror two. Bad o! tinui bot en for tbo dooe, oct on tbo boweli wftb im nrr-t crirnr b pot at of tbo gmtmt Lm orUkKo, irttcnLarly la CliTonic Coustlpatlon, Por which tk tt ttnjr1 9 orery, or orry othot ciiirht. Thry bvtot prod'too dobllity and euro Id Aili;MtirrB, IytroiB, Hjd Acb, LWorBnd Kidney mpliot, Titeo. Womt, Lom of, or Impatities of tho blood, Iaom of Appetite, and all DorBao SBooto of Boweta or Stofocb. t varSold by eil WbokmJo bs4 KUtBtl dcBlen Id -aodiotiM. JOHJ U BUMHBWELL, Proprietor, PrBCtaCttl Obemift oWlrdAW-VhiB OnmmvrcUl Wharf Bo ton, Iwn afMETCALFJiVS GREAT liHiU- AUC BCXDT. This n.w and WuDd-rfal M4b bcU liko Mcic. cariuf iUioaiBAl.(a of ywa.'rt ttBBvliBf ta b lw 4y. - 1 avKl: -lT 8T-S0SO k ARMSTRONG. tauWEJiT OPOPUXAX! Theoniy wlofOaBt PorfaBto. Is foaad a all toilots. Bud arer it-is tlift kandftftrol) M. auT-Jbl Tbo iToprl-jprB o;" i u;y hn SotrBJsnv VBc trwrf (ftn h Ueu- .'r; v4 it -tm PHY O idAKKlAGK NvwTotk MnoABTBOf AfCt- , rrrrjl-vaj eipeiiM, to ii t .-( intforiiitr hnmcity, avrtd -Ty four t-f their Bi'vt titr- ;or- rn riafnotrs' and tHi'tjnf! ', Mtotii on. rhyil He' il- tv, frr-SaV. tre d'au!tne of M.n'.'nni, 1 a.ttirn$tOB, -sVti-mfs -t v'-''. 'rairotmBcy, Lowa of B.-sr-OTT f- Ivr-r ; tatG--Bt Hrt IlViH, ' nd ihtM Klri '- vrbicb rMol. froosi youthfol k liev, oitMNwit tf trarotity. t.n isp-.' i wto uf F!.y'-i.cT Otvit i Ir.-w f Ol JtTJT. I Tnt lo-n oai- lv-tr,rt h- bvs tti oicsni tnt,jr-t-'n,j; bi4 it.k ttionB4ts, Bld JiI b zrwartl -d t, on r ni.'t ct foor stbair-, by ad 3 -i--JPT ni -JC'-, n 3rcdwBy, Hew sort. !the i.SWET OFOPOXAX! Is awantost Extract mad. Saperoedos all othors. Try It oaco; will aie no tether. aO)i7-' WnM'HB-BSIDAL CH A MBEiL-t-An mvsmy of WarBinag and lutrnctioB for ToBBg fcloa. sllso, bow Bed rolteM uwiiaont lor tn ot SJi TriBory Bi:d rVrriai &ftm. Sent fro. la Bt-ivled ntrnhra. Aildrvii lr. J. ekilltc UonpkinB. Bo-rl 1: i i -rt-i p-ts , Pa. my t:K4 SWEET OPOPOAXl 'ew t?trfaso frota Mzto. The ooly fcuih ronbl r- am ant! 1 !' d-lirtit. biikT JfH in iti of ful it use by any ot . day, and If as era, and- port for his feel out tear, all-wise nope nave not dont SEWING MACHINES. FIXHLE & LTOKM ivaovca lock snrca i fakjlt mm SHCniXE. Offlot !S PalUc S-tjvar ClrTeland, O. Hl:W E. T. WARNER, Agr t. C t ' J iV?w-'aiW : i ' V-T ". . ' r7 J rTrrf. w r The CT THE G rover & Hakcr's Highest I'rrmtam, ELASTSC STITCH LOCK STITCH SEWING : HACKEES. Cotton, Bilk. Oil and Seedles for gale. Family ftewima; Dm ta Ordrrt Stay" P-artlcalar artentioa paid to SmbroiderfBc Oarmmin mt ail ktada for Lades' and Children a CROTXR at BAKER, S. M . CO. WEEELER & WILSONS Sewingr Machines ! apertor Streeet. WM. SUMNER a CO. as - ... A0XX' j-J-.i'j T. UK i, tl And and thine " Of A jT. To and tay its tbetr tha be Ohio. . H. am J filXIXL r. rowilL, Book Jinderl M Bd plans iwoi uBiwiuw, no. va otwiik strss, Bos-aNtS-M Jiin.iQ, hlncfe Utevlad UkW J.oa.Bva, I'rawiiaii, a-ussr Bboki etc. boa ad 0 MtM. . unit m4 Pocfcst Books lettered is pistn and OrntrntiUl typo. Album rmiml. Bill Heads ui LMt Bfloda cot sp to order. JvnW:lltf DAILY-LEADER. SATURDAY, AUG EST 25w 1866. taf for JlorBlne urtltian wsarp oneiric. . ftf pr KvnlH YAlttnn nva aeI. Inside. " i CITY NEWS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. Two Men Run over by she Cars—The Buggy Demolished and both Men Instantly Killed. A frightful accident occurrod alike Flax k Road eroiaine, about four miles trtat of Gralton, on Thursday hfiernoon. The train which left this city at 1:40 P. M. on that day m approaching tha Plank Road erasing, about four miles west of Grafton, at the rate of about thirty miles an hour. When about two hundred rods from the crossing tha fire man discovered a boggy, drawn by one horse, containing two men, about forty rods from the track. The men were standing up in the buggj and gasing in the direction of the approaching train. Suddenly they be came seated and whipped up in the Tain and foolish attempt to cross the track before the locomotive could arrive. Just as the bnggj wsa on the track it was struck by the locomotive and bioke to atoms. The home was uninjured. The first the en gineer saw was the detached horse. Im mediate! apprehensive, he brought the train tc a halt, at about ninety rods west of the crossing. The two men, both dead, were fou&d sealed on the cow-catcher of the ocomotiv They were taken aboard and luslrsiji Tuoaekai nntn nMmt fim I house which proved- to be that of Mr. C. Bishop, the father of the eldest deceased. The name of the other unfortunate we could cot ascertain, blame can of course be attached to the officers of the train, as the sad accident was the result of unfortunate and culpable daring. Sanitary. to cf The undersirned, having been requested by the Board of Health. o( this city, to puh- iisa rucn intormation and suggestions may oe deemed necesear to keep our city aa perfect a sanitary condition aa rxvwi ble,beg leave to say, notwithstanding our city has thus far escaned the devojitatin,- as the sia fluences of cholera, and the general health the city is sew and has been during the summer as good aa other seasons, when cholera was not upon our continent, yet knowing it exists in many of our neighbor ing cities, and believing it possible for it to reach us at any time, particularly if our citizens fail to pursue a rational course of uving and correct h&bita ; Therefore we respectfully make the follow ing suggestions and earnest! v ask their care consideration by every family, wilhin city, firmly believing if these rules be iuuy carried out, we will have no cholera among ua this or any otner season- Clean iiness, without doubt, is of the very first greatest Importance, both ot person premises. Sorinkle chloride of lime daily In and about your sinks and privies : a-atonae oi lime cannot be obtained, then freely common quick lime; do not allow stagnant water in your yards or cel lars : keep cellars also free from dampness thon ugh ventilating; permit no filth of ama to accumulate in or about your nouses or yards ; allow no garbage and de caying vegetables to remain in your cellars on your premises. Ventilate your houses thoroughly each particularly sleeping apartments.woar flannel next to the akin, and at all times maintain the natural temperature of the body by s proper amount ot clothing. temperate in exercise and labor both men ially and physically, pay particular atten tion in having your food well cooked, ab stain from -using all nnnpe xruit and veg etableaavoid all stimulating drinks and ex cesses of every kind, beware of so-called cholera nostrums, being not only useless, butperuboivas. In case of an attack of cholera, lie down keep the horisontal position, apply mustard planters over the abdomen, keep perfectly quiet, and send for a regular phy sician, and do not be unnecessarily alarmed. these rales are properly adherod to, we -lire you tnerecan be no danger of chol iu an epidemic form at least, among us. Dy so ftomg you prevent in a great ex tent the dueaso from reachini? yourself and Lfamilies. n e particularly request all cttizensto re to tne ilealth Ulncer all nuisances which may come under their observation, filth SDd impurities may exist without knowledge, and every person should by part of ing the necesftity of keeping a watchful surveiiisnoe not on ly over his own premises, aiso to give sacn intormation to tne au thorities as will enable them to suppress all nuisances within our city. Also all orders for or complaints against the ui contractor snouid be made to the sec retary of the Board, in the Mayor's office. xn conclusion, we would urge upon all c.iiwus, uie imperative necessity oi ex ercising the greatest prudence in all things Above all let them preserve a calm, com- used, and cheerful stale of mind, dispel all and by placing a conndtng trust in aa Providence, we may reasonably lor the continuation of the same ex cellent state of public health whieh we tnus far erinyed. I. II. MAasaALL, hi. D., City Physician, . w. AHCKiKRoa, m. u., tie<b. uxneer. CincUiU, August 2id, 16. Tax WsATBxa. If " the melancholy are " come, te saddest in the year," the weather of yesterday morning is no indica tor. Bclictcd. Tha Kcnnard House baa been lextd for tba accmrnodatioQ of tha Prea- and bis party wbila in this city. mam iSonm orr. lae unniaiSDed race whivh was to bave baen completed yesterdav dia Dot come on on account or the SUNDRIES. GEORGE SMITH, talma Detroit Marnsi raatsurer biml, Has establltbed a store and warehouse at Mcrwln street, CleTeland, Ohio, Wbere Le keeps constantly on hand Giae, Satid Paper, Bone-dtist, Keats Foot OU and Curled Clair, ) will be pteaaed ta meet his former easterners friend, aad all wa. wish ta wanbes. an) in hie line of trade. ItSU: BIS- IWH SK&TS FOOT (ill, fcAMJ rAPKH, GLUE AXD CiaLEU HAIR, th. best qnalltj, alwars en hand, at GEO. SMITH'S, ! Aa afrrwlsi stMet. ricTelatHl, Vhta Jtl Rli lhA W SENSIBLE ! LL THIKGS EXIST BY THE BoarithmoBt tbeyoViiea from aeme eon roe Mreeaod aradoat arBpetrowen arelnvia largi ca.rliie of bone daat at GEORGE SMITH'S, Ho. MA Mervfa Street. j CXETXX 4tXD, OHIO, : 1 fartilia tha anil, tMkt it aaay Impart ftowth Tiror to baaT-.lv heariag' grape vinee. that may -Qatar tb preaent vaJaahie crop and in toming years to prod ore aoaodamly moat d-Uciooa fraite. thaa paying mure b bandrad fold tor all tha labor and money expmdd npoa theaa. Two ton have reoeatly a ordered by Wa, fitenk, , of Saadtuky, A word to the wise ia fnfflciect." J.ga B12-PAW I THE PLACE TO BUY GLUE Bone-dust, Curies Hair aad Sand Paprr, is 8EO. SSUTE'S, 94 elsrwiQ-.t., tylmsaad, Ohio. !r811l-lAW i NOTICES. ATTACt3II5T. j ; Ii. T. A S Barfvaa, ) Befere eo. A. Iolbe, awalaet WnatKof P.aoe mt Oe- AM. e(aah-im. ) landtp.tyahoraeo..O; ON THE IOtb DAT OP AUGUST, A D . 1S. eald Justice tsanel an ontaaaC. attachment hi tha abov. eetltwd action, for otmM eWto.- . kats, BCBGBSS. CsiTllaait, Aacast IT, ISO. aaia.3M .1 TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday Afternoon's Report EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Peace between Prussia and Bavaria. Terms Advantageous to Prussia. Napoleon will cede Venetia to Italy. EX-GOVERNOR OF JAMAICA LIONIZED. Hostilities in Candia Commenced GENERAL NEWS. Only Six cases of Cholera in New York Yesterday. Mexican Officers Replaced by Frenchmen. EFFORTS TO RETAIN SEWARD IN THE CABINET. Jeff. Davis to be Released on Jeff. Davis to be Released on Parole. Increase in the Slave Trade of Havana. News From Europe OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE. OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE. [Special Dispatch to the Western Associated Press.] OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE. [Special Dispatch to the Western Associated Press.] PRUSSIA. Terms of Peace. Behlis, August 22. Tho Prussian Com missioners hira, with the snction of the government, concluded a peace wilh Bavaria and Hesse ParmstodL The terms are verv advantageous to Prussia, and in accordance with her original demands. Bavaria cedes Prussia the northern district, composed Lichianfels, formerly called Upper Fran- coni" M WftlIed t0Wn f (;aTimbach- in government also undertakea pav oj r ruHsia .airtv millions 01 nonnS) indemnity for her expenses in the war. Hesse Darmstadt cedes to Prussia the ter ritory of the Langranate of Hesse Ham burg, a state which was admitted to the Confederation of the Rhine in 1817, and lies directly between Rhenish Bavaria and Rhenish Prussia, and Birkenfeld. Prussia also obtains the exclusive right to garrison the Fortress of Mayence, for which duty Hesse Darmstadt hitherto contributed Sl'lt infantry, besides giving 333 men to the fed eral German army. Under the treaty Bavaria retains the ter ritory of Upper Hesse, which will be joined and incorporated with the new Confedera tion of Northern Germany, the organisation limits of which will be arranged after peace treaty is perfected between Prus and Austria. eet Movements of Troops. The Prussian troops which had penetrated Bohemia during the operations against Austria, have commenced evacuating the territory. It U thought they will have completed the w5rk by the 15th of Bcp tember. at FRANCE. Napoleon Will Code Venetia. Pasja, August 23. Th Tatrie of this evening says that the Emperor Napoleon HI cede Vesetia, aa handed over to France Asatris, direct to Iifly, to be held as a of the Kingdom wf Victor Isulatiuol. T. cot N. HUNGARY Ministry to be Appointed. Psstb, August S2. After the conclusion peace with Prussia the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austris, with the consent of h:s Cabinet, intends to appoint a responsible Hungarian ministry, and after this act ia completed the Hungarian Diet will be for mally reopened, in this city, some time dur the month of September. r., ing; la-ikw John M. c. ENGLAND. Ex-Governer Eyre of Jamaica Feted. LoDo,August II Ex G-ivernor Eyre of Jamaica, whose ofiloial conduct during the late negro revolt on that Island has been made the subject of such an excited and angry controversy at home,enjoyed a public reaeption at Southampton yesterday. The fete was given in his honor by hit imme diate friends, personal and political, and the municipal authorities took part in it. There was a banquet in the evening. A Isrge opposition meeting was held in ssme town the same evening, at which a eerie of resolutions condemning the eon duct and rule of the ex-Governor when in Jamaica, wars adopted with great unanim ity. no fct4, 1 1 ett F 1 no ao GREECE. Hostilities Commenced. Atbiss, Gaasos, August 18. Tha Turks have commenced active hostilities against the Christians in Csndia, whom tbey treat aa rebels against the authority of the Bul tan. A number of Consular officers, par ticularly those of the United States, Holland and Sweden, have suffered very much damage. The consuls have protested in the name of their reerjewtive governments. The Christians, or insurgents, are 26,000 strong, and hold important paints sgainat the Turkish soldiers. f L of city lbs 6. 17.476 lbs Southern News. Appointment. Usarais, Aurust 23. B. K Rann.r. k.. been appointed Collector of Internal Reve nue, vice Samuel Hough, and it. Perkins, u ui". oww wi.tnct Attorney, vice M.J. Williams, and Samuel Joaes, United States Marshal, vice M. T. Ryder. borae pack B.le-; &a bolts, Died. Melvin A. Pincree. Clerk in th. Iet.r;n. TVparlment, died at the Gsysora House to day. 1,3U0 nuts Cholera. Five cases of cholera were rennrteH in. dsy, one fatal. . lbs 13 Revoked. "w Osliass. Aurust i.V A der wss isssued lo-ni.ht by Gen. Sheridan, revoking General Order 5o. 60, issued by General Baird, declaring martial law and appointing a Military Governor, but contin ues in foree General Order No. 15, declaring .... e-A.ot i or tne preservation ot public peace, which waa in fen. Uln h. riot. and ia-sniators; pins, leg; lbs lbs 1,16 Mexican News. e4 Vera Cms correspondent of the 13th says: . Sume SDO French sailed for Fru.M il.. When Tampico waa captured, all of Me jia's division sent to reinforce the garrison, were turned over in a body to the Liberals. A general remayal of the Mexican offi cials is going on, aad Frenchmen put in their places. Manilas was stUl fiercely besieged by the Liberals. . The Liberals were very strong in the -vicinity of Jolepa. Desultory and andeeisive fighting contin ues throughout the country. T boxes 3,h17 mill; 63 feet and Washington News. ! . 5aw Yoaa, August 24, The morning papers bav the following Washington ' ' - tha will Kv. Various Items. ' c ' Keasra. Seward. Weed and Raymond are making desperaie efforts to retain Mr. Stan ton in the Cabinet. The aaaaa spaeial says the President baa fmimated. to General Howard, Chief of the Freed men's Bureau, that bis reeignatton wonld be acceptable; but Gen. Howard de clines to resign. The General impression is thai ba will be sommariiy ejected. : - Boston Corbett yesterday received $1,6$4 for his share in tha capture of Booth. KJ A J4!av - . . .- J . : An order has been issued suspending the ism vf va risen uaeepb e tha eick -in the regularly orgaaiaed hospitals and to the orphan asylumns for relugeas and freed men, already existing, after Oct. 1st. i : I The Herald's Washington correspondent says he has excellent authority for atating that -leff. Davis will be releaiod oh bail or parole foon, holding himself amendable to the process of the courts which are to dis pose of his case in October next. From New York. Cholera. aw Toaa, August 24. The report of yesterday showed a marked abatement of toe cholera in this citv, but six cases and nv deaths having been reported. In Brooklyn the decrease also continues. The steamer Bavaria and her passengers have won perraiueq to come up to the city. Robbery. amount abstracted f.tm a noticed last evening, is now stated at $iH), OUO. It appears that Messrs. Crocker, Wood A Co. deposited in the vault of the Marine Jank a cox containinr the money and se curities ana it was carried ou by some per son or persons unknown. The police have the matter in ft b-otarfth faint hope of securing tne onenders. The President in New York. Nsw Yost. August 24. President John son, when on his way to Chicago, will re view the Pint Division of National Guards in this city. The freedom of the city will ne tendered to him by the City Council, and action is taken for the merchants of the city to participate in the reception. He will be accompanied by all the members of tne caotnet and tneir lamiiies. A Call for Protection from the Union Men of Louisiana. Xiw York, August 24. A petition has oeen made to uonzress. siiroed bv tne union men of Louisiana, respectfully representing tha after four years combatting thr armed forces of the rebels and traitors they are not prepared or willing tnat uieae same rebels and traitors should return among them, a sume authority, maltreat wilh contumely and contempt, and otherwise abuse them. Tha petitioners set forth at length their grievances, and call tor protection. . From Havana. Xkw Yoek. Auzust 24. Pates from Ha vana of the ly.h state that the slave trade is on the increase to an alarm. d a extent. TOO Africans having been landed atone time, and it is said through a bribe to a nign officer. Venezuela dates to July 24th. state that A ran a, President of Araguay, has been de- jKteed by toe revolutionists and ieuerai Pajos installed in his place. ident, and General Yaequer, former Pres ident, imprisoned. General News. Hung. Cixciksati, August 24 Samuel Coovert, the murderer of the Roosa family, was hung at Lebanon, Obio, at noon to-dav. He co- clarcd himself innocent. Fire. Sr. Loch, August 24. Collins k Gillesp ie, livery stable, the mule shed ot J. f. karlvf and the lumber yard of Chapman A Thompson, on Broadway, all burned last night. Loss about $50,000, mostly insured. Cholera. Iew OklbaVs. Aumst 24. Twentv-three deaths from cholera reported in this city yesterday. Lonsviu.1. August 22. Four new cases and lour deaths were reported yesterday. to it Gen. Sheridan Relieved. The Tribune says : We have a report from Washington, which we credit, that General Phil. Sheridan has been relieved from hia command, and General J. B. Stedman sent dewa to take his place. AUCTION SALES. A I'lTlOX 8A1, OF BKlU'iMUSD XX BaBBKLS. In d-f.olt of payment of cbaises we will sell at Pub ie Aocti'-n to the hia-h- bidder. 2:6etptv eeoond-hand Barrela. at the Bailtoad platform near onr refinery, in the city of -, I'hio. on Saturday, August 2dth, 18oo, to ciock a. m. Jernisi;-n. aagll-34 BaTM)LD8, BIBHUP A CO. OXCLAJUEI) BAILBOAD BAGGAGE AT AUCTION. 0. CUTTER & SON will tell at their TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, I806, at 10 a. m. fullowing unclaimed Bapfrage from the C . P. A B. It., a aire claimed before day of aale : J. 6. AS. Mower. Borne, N. 1, 1 box, ladles doming; Agneia jriner, areeport. ill., x oox clothing; Jrnny Lacy, teonisTille, By., 1 black trunk, ladiea nnner clothing; 1 box. no mark: J, Pierce, Toledo, Obio, 1 Bnasett trnok. men's hi die; l blaca Talite, no mark, eblru andstock inga; 1 black Talis, ne mark, two woolen fchirta. !.., tlereland check 68, men's clothing; j no mark, 1 bed; Thomas Fax ell. 1 red box. clothing; Patrick Farell, AllenTllle, Pa., 1 men 'a under clothing; J. A. Sttne, 1 black men a cJothintr: 1 tool chest, ne mark. cooper's tcoU; 1 box, no mark.cooper'i tools; 1 black trunk, no mark, ladiea clothing; M. Carry, Erie, i box, men a c.o.ning; l iranoie, no raarx, ladiea clothi'ig; 1 wooden box, nu mark, clotliitiit; lBnsietttn. Jt, no mark. C. A I. check No. 80. children's clothing 1 box, no mtrk, men's cloth Al'rnd Smith, Katerford, Pa., 1 biack trunk, clothing; 1 box, no mirk, wash board'; A. DfMott, 1 black bag, clothing; 1 basket, do mark; A. Ltffler, Inkir)u, I Iwi, men's clothing; H. ftliller. 1 black Tali-e. ahirti and collara: A. IaOWou, uaieeTKie, wis., l box, woolen yarn; a S Clark, Cleveland, O., 1 box, I'oim-ot; F. Baskraft, Fan.Tille. Ind.. 1 Baee-tt trunk, merj! Hn. L. A. Page, 1 Bnseett truak. men's l blaca bag, Bottalo a CleTeland check rerolTers; 1 box, no mark, marble mantle; Ellen Simnaon, 1 red box, Udiea clothing; 1 box. mark, na..i a Cleveland check iG, men a clothing; I green box, IS T., E. A CleTeland check ladiea clothing; 1 carpet bag, chargea $2,50, men's clothing; Wm. H IaTy, iiarbor Creek, Pa., blatk bur, e&iru; J. P. Kill man. Canada West. Buaeett trunk, men's clothing; 1 hair trunk, no mars, loosing 0iaaa; at . Leonard, u Diaca Dags, soldier's clothing; 1 red box, no mark, cha'gee $, ladies clothing; 8. Kichola, BheAeld, Eng., I Bus trunk, men's clothing; A. B. Scott, 1 Mack trunk, nwn'l clothing; 1 black trunk, no mark, men's clothing; Grow in, 1 black trunk, laciea clothing; 1 Buett trunk, no mark, men's cloth ing; 1 knapsack, James Sraith, soldier's clothing; rank Breace, 1 black bag, soldi r's clothing; Wm. Bead, 1 black bag clothing; 1 bolster, no mark; spirit level, no mark; 1 sword, no mark; 1 pair saddle bags, no mark, coat; 1 black trunk, do mark, mna clothing; Anrilla Morton, 1 black trunk, lilies clothing; 1 Bussett trunk, no mark, charge $S.8t, men's clothing; 1 piece of railing, mark; 1 hammock, no mark, 1 child's wagou, mark. Also 37 traveling bears and content, no mark. H. NOTTINGHAM, Supt. C, P. A. B. B. Cleveland, Aug. 7th,iaStj. aag7:34 I I put just of and LAE6E SALE OF GOTERNMEXT rilOPERTl. AT Ornca AasisTairr QuaaTsaarrEB, IS asb tills, Tkfm., august 17, 186Q. "WILL OFFER FOR SALE publ.c auction, commencing on tha 10th dav September, 1868, at the Taylor Deptt, in the oi nasnviiie, lenn a targe lot ot uovernment property, con8iticg In part as follows : KIghtyeone thousand five huudred and fifty-four iron sheet; 61,341 lbs iron hoop; 46,70 lbs iron boilen lia,0UoIbs ironaast; 7,668 lbs iron sail rod; Ml lbs inn Bussia sheet; 34.447 lbs steel cast; ibt steel sprinx; 4,24t lbs steel blister; 905 steel sheavr, 846 lUet. asst; 17,086 links open; lbs tails, horse shoe; Iii9,&t4 lbs spikes, cut; lbs spikes, wrought; 6,700 lbs spikes, rail 67 pinch bars; 105 b!ocks and tacklea, and blocks; 1,74" feet cable chain; 24 deeks,o01ce; camp desks; 6,015 s s horse and mule harness, and lead lines, head halters, curry combs, brukbrs, saddle blankets, riding trriules, sad He and fixtures, riding saddles, nck, coupling, treast and baiter strap; 21 sets cart har ness; 6.875 lbs bxIbs timber; il Iron and boxes 86 axlva, Bmbulauc-s; 4.883 boxes, wagon; ambul.nca boies; 6,078 bolts, king; loe,52 tire; If ,267 bolts, carriages; "31 bolts, ton 600 bolts, hinge; 14,738 chains, trace; 3,i47 tocgae; b2t cbai a, braet; 458 chains, stretcher; 195 chains, stav, tongue and cap chaios; wagon hammers; 314 Jack screws; S3 760 lbs asst; 40.95O rings, open; 1;3.3 lbs shoa, 44,920 lbs shoes, maies; 9,383 iba sheet cop- 3,'.&6 iba bar oepper; 4,021 be lead, sheet; 6,259 lead, pig; 20.338 Tet gas pipe, iron pipe, c; bbla pitch; 8tiU Iba rivet iron; S.9UU halter aqaares; 4riti sash; 14 fides, la-e leth r; l(70 lbs leather; 416 cow hells; 3 ferae pumps; 6 guage steam cocks; 19 Are h? drams; 1 Ctolhee ,niaa gle; 4:ty gra-s hocks; 112 hoc k- and eyes; 49 cant hocks; bH stoves, heat leg; 235 hoes, planters; 3u0 l,ttJcrow bars; 112 claw bra, Huch Jocltev sticks, Ao.; 39 ox yokes; 1, 00 chains, 247 chains, jack; 166 lbs acid, sulphuric; 251 alnm; 2b qts Uqnid blister; 76 lbs senilis; &y gum shellac; 1,417 drills, avery de cription; hamm rs. stone, 776 hammers, bandies; lfco hammai-a, hand; SlGanTila; 10 tireboBdera; 1,260 rivetlbg hammers, farriers, aboein.; and sledge hammers, hardies, tweer Irons, b s pine-re, h-ji-se b s tonga, b a tools, stocks, dies, Ac; 443 b s 013 braoee, asst; Bt0 claw hammrs; 2M par- d vices; soldering coppers, kc.; 7r3 wrenches, 48 saws, circular; 261 taws, cross, compass, meat aod ship aaws, chisels, gaagrs, com- i pases, hatchets, squares, hallow augtsn and bits, ! drawing knives, Ac. tfsuldler's tools, hollows and rounds, oiiari, mallets, Ac..; ,tM77 butt bitagea; 3,754 i hinges; l,tG6 Cosh handlea; 3 000 feet tflaea, 647 i gtaas; 947 pans glaas; I press, hay; 6C-0 rafting dogs; 61 sleeves; 11 army scales; 104 steel 1 2,267 feet rubber belting; 3,131 lbs rubber packing; 1,064 hasp hinges; 9.950 hlng, strap; biugea, asst; 60 bb's cement; 2 boilers port. 1 1 machio. planing; 17 s-achines, boring; 8 machines, ar gers; 96 stop valvs; 31 spring scales; ; feet leather beltfog; 1 064 lbs hemp packing; 600 leather hose; l,4u0 feet rubber hose; 4 bales baling cloth; 166 bales oakum; 1,&2 Iba gum park ing. Ac. Wash, coffee, soap and tin boilrs, miik ; oil cans, tin, dust, bake, aauoe and atew pane, cooking ranger, 63 boilers asst, bncketa, tin; eupa, pots, iron; 2)677 pan iron asst; 197,901 feet 1 engine. to commence at 9 o'clock A. M. or tbe 10th of September, ltW4, and oootinBS daily until praperty at distpoaed of. Terms: Caah in Government fands. A deposit be required from all purchasers on ths day of j oohvubm uuHmuowrjs wr nEsrai of prop . By order of -Brevet Major 0meral J. 8. DOHALDSOH, Chief 4arterm aster, M . D. T. B. B. KIBK, Brevet Major and A. O. M. BBg21t. QOLifl SILVER WsU-T-Jt rwelT- d from the tactery, B poors. Forks. Surar OWXU A CO. This tho you and We of any that so We our Try a It ous sense tbe For For It it It than it that at saost stst liquid, avapia read offloa. a Hew bilters, Picate rorks, Acl, Ac. PLUS UoeAaa BtfL 18 CARAT B1SGH CO IjIs'. and I THS 1 of MEDICAL. 100 LUi ! SEMINAL WEAKNESS. 9K 8FERMATT0ttRMEi, GLEET, C -AhD laipoteiioy Crsd. AITIB ALL OTHEB TSKATMKKT FAILS. DR. A. ft! Bp-OX, rormerlyo Sew lork City, will jmy osa hendn-d liWlar.. fort be FiwI Ihiit hv(Tprfai lo euro ttvabot-- aaiiifd tUefasFo. He riU par tbo Kxni ttuui for ttit proa: tiiatau otHff r,ri9tcin I a t:t IJaitod Stales Eivta nio frame aiceftraas wkii fQasi incceas. A.rT mtiiy feira i t iuL-orious atody aatt ozparie&ce Dr. Gib-en U b&ppr In bfiur fcnnoatioe to ti cn.urtotjus. 1UB Dc jtcru-ciaxi b sTfiteui of SnaM- ate rc :or TiiB BPE5CDT AND P5n.S4HEKT OTJBI f the rib-ire, ar.d alio H ccnioffioiis di&Mtn ct tbo flejirodactlra Orrnna, wilh u bad eitecta ariaJiig I'KBII ITT OS NERVnrS PE03TRATIOH HbaspQCceetlfd Incnriuir etn in tint city. ofit of hod brvl r-xtDOtS nnua or 10 tarn with iff- tried ptiy.H-.aDS, who to trt all p.iate xiiicira :ia .cjrc.7i, ouh wt.i.ou. roCTjiTaXij .no br-it particl of bi'ae.'ir. Lr. iii cm do- not boa-t thitt he b a tnonlr c icro i'j'iii la Jjcatl-ja or Prid. aa oerhcM oota wee L;:'i ozs Mttriouj. cevcr U oc fialireil. Botwhitt L'r. 'i.ntlht Incjttof i tha. thai iit-la to rife entire tra:isIction to those who re oOQajciojice 111 bte At'iUty aurl iQterity. sod that no b perfscted an Atiierieai. nyitcra ot lroa;uif.!it liIcHcii-4iM:ieo any turtician ot LonJon or Psri, fatcct K.v'J'i:uje. tJjUS.l lor th rariinaj rTr n fjusmi waKnt4fl, act. tui aitveiusr OT aT.n.nqe n?r,z. bc:h and BTsieai. ansme frcm ssn. 1 or pt. -r-t st tk":. Vt. c:hoq O.SO eiaicia iot nu dcw t real-merit the aii'iwir.F iMiviiAiiaX'-fl ot an ouiera yet diACOTn-d. ni, tiist, tbo Bvut txm ire in do rmpectz dia- irtM4r; ho urt-i 110 rcittxor tae dark afn. ccb as It-rturr. or any ttier ut;i" ttrii-".-:. time 1 atAwwiriiiisr MtitctiiiC la dt or buis?ia is rc-iOrM; tLfrd, trtiaiment IspceiXTe tuid certain in tul caoes. Ho rjni prcfAr&J to go Ir.Ui tuiy pnbKc nr priva hufluitolia tha I'nlt'vl HlftU'S. and dnr.tnf aitr.r iha icamvuae cepenrnty 01 nu now treatment over any jti.cr cow kiiovrx, in th worW. ia point of prompt atstrs. prriituien. miIdi.Qm. Mietr aiitl conTlaaiicjfi so tne c.titKt. l-'r. b'Loun M MrreasttRtrr Meatod tn (T.Tflmrrt. ui.t tiau t!u riser the Man; gtivt b yr-n Mf Iirm,l laii.r 1 oxrna of dlflfiasea which bd for j-eara rwintfxl &ii I to individaala of the tirst rupt.ctbbility in Cl?reT-.ii'1. Bofwcn, hw York and othr citi-o, in rcirard to ikUl idg Inttr tr in all iaroi.,a4e;fnal tnnaacuona. 17' pt-pFla, Lfa?umtiiii. A:r?nila, all di5o c tM 'rtT.-nrr 1 r-atum. anJ 'i , tmn c maiMUwmrtritM and Femak-i trc-Attd with anptrlor flntc. mmr .-ttitiic-jict ns w any vI Uxt OLViXTJ OB :uc-.pt o! ten dollar. Dr dbacc'a r.GW work on PtrsfnIcsTT oraaIat WOaasQCtj Paorrmsoa or i2.1ecTi.irTBT aitd Mzviciz. Oiiloa IWSenoca itrtTt. a frw f'orr' from Fnoerior. aa stair, oppuaiM City Hotel; fioaldeaca lu3 Lako t 'THc? bonra rrom 9 to 1 5 and from 1 to Srfc lock ua::y iccara eioepted). jan 17 GLAD KEWS roa THE UnroBTtTSATB. BELL'S SPECIFIC KEXEDIES Are warranted in all casea, for tho wpedj BDt) pcrnaiQcnt euro 01 an tne aisea-es arisiiig fr m eexual excoetot or T0TJTHFPL ISPISCEETION, luminal L?ai, Nigbtly Kmitslins, and 8tuoal breams; Oomtal, irhysical and KerTt,ua Dobility, lmpotenoe, Gleet, Sexual Discaai-i, 4c, c, Ac. K0 CHANGE OF MKT IS hECCSABT. They can bo nted without detection, and never tail to eneci a sure, 11 ueoa aocortii&c to lntiroo- nons. BELL'S SPKiJIKIO PILLS. Price One Dollar per Box ; or Six Box an for Five iailara; tvuo Urge oxe, containla foor buallt Price Tbrea Dollar. From four to nix boxes are general iy reqalrod core ordinary c-i ot Eemiiial Weak nee and minions,, thoosh benefit ta derlred from ailac Bbintzifr box. In Chronic , ad pBrrlcuIariv whn Im- potenceor urniiai uooiaty wiia rierToaa rroe tration has affected the yetem. BELL'S TONIC PILLS Are recommented as the niorjt EOioacions, BJbt' natiug and lnTigoraiing Bcmedy in the world. A package, price Uto dollars, will last a month, and ia generally safflctent. In extreme eaaee of Debility and Impotenca BELL ai-CXTKHNAL BCMEUY, Price two U Hare, antficient for a month, can ba ustxi to good advantage. It tiToe strecffth to the organs and with the mia, will rtttoretnem to their normal condition. & Pmmphlet of 1( paftrft, ou the ' Errors of Youth," deiigued aa a Lee tare and Caution to loang uen, snt ire, ten cents .oquirei to psy postage. The above remedies have now been before the public many years, and tbeir great saccetis in the alleviation of human m eery, baa excited the cu pidity cf several parties, who use the name apecmo run, copy my laoeis, areolars and advertisements, aometimea word for worl, and up worthless com pound- that disappoint the expectations of the purchaser. If you cannot purcae BeP's Specific Bemedlee your druggist, take no other, but sand the money direct 10 CoFsnltfng Phyilcian, 819 Broadway. S. T, job will receive them by return of mail, post pern, aan iree iron OD.ervaf.on. Jor eaie oy u. w. iia xrmrEiai. iu aauc rorttret, ClvelapiJ. aufr2 r6:Wdritd Sweeping ETerythlng Before It. CJVI VERS AIs FAxllI TFRIC.D. DODD'S GBEAT REM IDT FOB Breaking Up Colds ! ! AND 0UB150 TDEIB EFFECT. medicf ne is a treat succe-, becmusa it meets wants of every member of tha family. When take cold, resort at onoe ta tha FEVER CIRE OR SWEATING DROPS I you can break ft up in a hurry. UEAK THE PEOI'LR'M VOICE. The nnderiisned, Imrninz that IB. DODll'8 FEVER JCBK or SWEATING DROPS is to be extensively offered fur sale throughout the coun try, desire to give our testimony to its (rreat value. bave used this medicine in ourf- - lies, seme us for 10 and 12 years, and are eLv-.Btoiiil to depend upon it whenever any one is ettackvd with of the many symptoms of colds. We know for Suppression and lrresruiarities, to which many Ladies are subject in this climate, it is a timely relief Pleunty, lsheeaiatl-im. soreness of Muscles icSammation of the iaUnss. (Jon en, bov Throat, Ac, yield to its power, and is efficacious whenever the dry, feverish patient needs some thing to Induce refreshing moisture and sWp. recommund it as an honest, reliable family Bafrdicine. Carroll, Union Straw Works, Foxboro, Mass. I. Howard. Eorbia&n bouih Boston. Iron Company. tv. racked, frmtitig ins juan ftr, n.i, city. Dr. Thomas Sweet. Providence B. I. Frederick Paine, Depot Master, Mausfiwld, Maes. F. H. Marshall, Manuiactcrer, Oocoescst, 21as. L. T. Bolmes, Aitleboro, Mass. And 113 OTHERS, whoee names can be seen at office It coets too much to advertise them. tho medicine yourself. Trice fl. AU Drug gists acU it. DODD'S NERVINE I Is a SPECIFIC for what ia termed NERVOUSNESS ! is an aromatic, el burial weence, of trr.-at and absolute purity. It is a SEDATlVM, soother of the Verve and nervous excitement. contains NO OPIUM, luOSPIJlNE, or injuri narcotic NOTICE THIS I5TP0BTANT FACT1 Unlike other preraratiorts for rtorvons DitrfBsos, it relieves Costiven"ee ii-tead of pro-rucing it. allays ail irritation, and nroUnces a delicious of repose calms the agitated mind quiets throbbing muscles acd twitching nerves and repairs the waste of tha vital fcroa. THIS IS CEBTAIN. For NEtTBALOlA use DOIIS NERVINE. NEBT0r8 DFBlLI'l'T use Dodd's Nervine. For SLEEPLESSNESS use Dodi's Nervine. Mental Excitement, Lose of Strength, and Every form of Nervous Disease, USE DODD'S NERVINE. Trice f 1.00. Sold by drnprists generally. STBOSOA ABMSTBONO, Vhclf..!e ilwnt.". Cleveland. H. B. BTOHKB 4 C'.'., )aniUiM John Street, New Tors. - .' ti.-wV'Vjiiii u REMEDY. AND MODS 0 TBBATMENT 18 ' THE ACJffS 0? PESTBGTIOK. PranuTaf the secret Bmsusu of this wribl tttaeaae, aad eateraiiiatee it, root aad braach, for ever. Bbwovbs all the artchd svfflotoms of this loathsome maladv, and averts oottaaniptioB. ULBA tb besvd. ieoaorivs toe breath, aad the most grateful relief. AjmiaBviATBs more BsTonv aad sileat sB&rtns tongue can tell. is in orr n tor curing tne moat nope less asaaa. every known means failed in. junxs uny, Kose ana renocic catarrh, or toe obstinate and violent types. No roast of Catarrh or noise a tb hoad oac re- its penetrating power. Da. Goodalb's Catorrh 2sjskr!y ts m haimloars inhaled from tbe palm of the hand. Da, &. Ooodui is kuowa throughout tbe ecua try, aa the Author of the only Trus Titoory of Ca tarrh ever publisher! Mods of Trma9Bt--end cure ib mi its iorms. liB. trootvau s rampoiet aa uatarra abouid tw by every one. It can ba obtained at our near set Agency, or by seeding a postage etajcp to our Frio fl 00. Scud a stamp for pamper.. R. PABKEBsSolsAxetit, 76 Ciescaar street. York. fioM hv O. W. CLARK, lev-land. tsbB3 Jy3 Wa AU DYEING. IKEOhHUK tIBIil, Trench and fancy Steam lye Werks and Oleaniac Ketablisbment. Belvidere ITarm. keet Cleveland. art Seneca street. Orric. 10 Seneoa e;ret, o. m ran to make this tt. EX8T ITI BorSI IS EST,sniishall.prem)enrttotiveaat;s fartioa. call the esrMcJe! att-ntlon of Oentlemen to tb. IMrBdTtl) IBINi a bTTLB Caning or Ke-dyalag of maaa-ap earae sta. v-jry will at DRY GOODS. ew goods-kew. ARUTiui j H. T. HOWER & CO. I i HaTethia day racalved a large aad beaatifal aa- aortmrni cr Sew Dress Goods! Consisting of French and English Merinos All colors. EMPRESS CLOTHS I All colors. Elegant Poplins la Plain, Plaid, binpea ana oruco : uarainess Poll -dc-t'nef res; Mohairs, Bombazines, Wool De laines, Baxonr and Haddersflcld Plaids, &c.,te. Aleo an eletnt asaertment of DRE?8 SILKS, wlta au tuuii 01 ibi uuuus, at 29U npsriur atriet. angW H. T. HOWER k CO. I. P. SIIEItWOOD Has just rraeivea a large stock of PRIMS AND SHEETING ! 1 ALSO Ticks and Stripes ?43 and 344 anoerior street. PLAID FlMELSlFallDress OPERA CLOTHS ! In all qualities and style. I. r. S3EBW0OD, 4g sti-1 344 Superior street. (fl'fc.UVa OF FALL TRAM. ! 500 Doi. Ken's Shirts A Drawers, eOd Boz. Isdies Under Garments. The above ar. AUOTI05 S00DS, and will be teld at a great redaction. I i. r. sbibwood, 248 and 2t4 Saperfor street. J. H. DE WITT & CO. Offer great Bargains ia SUMMER CLOTHING I Llm -n Suits, White Back Vti aad Pants, Children's Lpnen and light Cloth Salts, Silk JlanUlIas, Light Cloth Cloaks and Dress Goods. the above goods will room be sold for sheep ts make f fall ad wixTER stock Vow being man'ifectiir.d. Clothing Hade to Order In the very Best Style. J. H. DsWITT A ugl7 Sea. 7 aad 11 Pnbllc .i MEW FJKM j' oi' i i i rt i Beecher & King! m 16 PUBLIC SQUARE, (Cobb's Sew Blocfc) open to-day an entire new stock of Saasonable Uuoos, compriaing m part Dress Goods, bhawis, Sheetings, Tickings, btripis. Checks. AC, JlC , e Table Linens, Casstmeres, Shirting, ipera Tlancln, W hite 6od, tmbroldorles. Hoskrj and Glores, NO. e PUBLIC SQUARE. I anrAttUls just received Selbj, Brown & Pearson's Vie Ontario Street," A large aMortment of Hid Gloves At One Dollar per Fair. HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS! PARASOLS! At reduced prices at" Selby, Brown & Pearson's ! Jy28 KAUFMAN & BRO., MvvrsVCTrasas or HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS! Ladies' Under Garments, WHOUESAlal B BBTAIL, Ka5a to order at greatly reduced prices at KAUJMAH A BB0., 818 Snperio-st.. next to 2d Prrw. Chnrch. CruK.b,BasIinston & Kendall DRESSGOODS! shall offer oa Monday, August 80th, very Sue aasvrtmetat of FRENCH MERINOS, FRENCH POPLINS, With a full Una of seasonabl. DRESS GOODS! aunlS Look out for Poisoned Keeks. THE 02TLY ENAMELLED PAPEB COLLAR manufactured free from any pois onous pre? pa ratios, aa pronoanoed by the highest medical authority of ths country, is CtoMasBits.'si Perapi rat torn PrsMtf Ess astellca Coliavrs. other manufaoturers of Enamelled Collars use aoompositioa saade from White Leada deadly at. HALLE A CO., 1 Wtt-st. for ClsTsiaud for GoUsmltk Patent Glace Collar. ' Jyjl BEST BARGAINS OT THR 8SAS0X. An assortment of PrTatad, White Mohairs, fashionable for draauos. at only oOoenu a yard. This ia ahosrt ons-hslf tbs piieral pries of similar iroods. Also, food quality Broeade Alpac as, only 60 cents a yard, with a splendid stock of SnnimT Press Goods, which I positive! f .u dob see be sold at lower prices than can be 'rcfaaetrd ary other house in the city. S. HV SI AN, juoeS Cornar Superior-st. and a ubttg bfjuara. Two ant Of toot DRY GOODS. opened s this ay, IOO PIECES EMPRESS CLOTH! The greatest bargain of tha season. ang24 I. I. BALDW15 CO. FRESH ARRIVAL OF Fall Dress Goods! HOWER & HIGBEE Hare Jmt opened a large assortment of DRESS GOODS ! Comprising many qualities of Figured French Poplins, macE rrencn ropiins, Btrlpe Poplins, Black and Hirlpe Mohairs, Baratheas, Kngllsh Bombazines, Wlnseys. rjaiony Plaids, Poll-de-theTres French Prints. Also a variety of SILK A PATINT TCr.TITS, with soinetblng new la WARiJ eKlaTINGS, at anirW 23B BrPEBIOSt WTRF.FT J. M. HO WEB & CO., Ill Ontario street, Open this day New Style. Goods tj . Plain, figured sad White PLiH IRISH POPLIXS ! Plain, rigared and Field FRENCH POPLINS French Merinos, Sew Styles Delaines, Sew Styles Prints ! angle 124 OH T A RIO STREET. BUCK 811KS. I haTeJ-t received b splendid aaeortment of the st ooalit.es of Mantle and Draaa Silks. Theao -.voda were pnr chaaed at tha loweot point of th aaaaoc. whioh enables me to aell them at veryw prtoea. Per aons wiahing to parcbaaa good aad cheap Black bilks, will aave money by calling i 9. ui a&B O i nrap ucj uoooa eiora. Mt store will ba opened every aatardaj evanlnc I uom ennaowB im iu o ciock. Innea S. H. .K. GR1SW0LD & CO. 217 Superior Street, Open this morning NEW STYLES .FallDelaines. NEW STYLES Wo 11 OMinTC " (also: BARaXSLEY DAMASKS ! E.R.Griswold&Co 917 SCPERIOK STREET. NEW GOODS AT Ford& Wagner's! 257 Superior Street, NEW a HOSIERY -Arrive are and 1147 Just racslvetl. Table Linen Table Damask V yards wide, 0ns Dollar par yard, worth Tea Shillings. ... LINEN TOWELS Worth 76 wnte, for SO cents. Fall line of wlllB.BOffl .'CORSETS! TBUIMIIVGl RIBBOaNS ! AT Ford & Wagrner'Ss auglS All I I 7.14 4. 5 8J0 $JQ MILLINERY GOODS. UomTS AT REDUCED PRICES. TRIMMED BONNETS. FOB BARGAINS IS; Millinery Goods J.nef GO TO afORAlr. BOOT eft X. ! at Iaaby SEA SIDES! Just received by L. BENEDICT & SON, AT WHQimt I I A WW HKTAIF, SEWER PIPE. Kewpr Pipe sod Drain T.lef aUanas. Aleo, -BtABBlLLON, MINEBAT. BTBOt, ' 4 -LEHIGH AND PITT8TOM COALS, the best quality, at my Goal Yard, oo Canal, Vineyard st. jf x:M4 E.N. HAMMOND. V-eoa. DRY GOODS. LadiesiiWtif French Horn Neck Chains! A arge aaeoriaaeat Jnat opaaed at tha B A Z A A R I 261 Superior-st. F&RASOZ.S Sun Umbrellas ! At coat at the BiliiAAR! POINT, THREAD GUI PURE, BRUSSELS & VALLENCINE8, LiLCES ! Aspteuttid aaaortment at greatly radaaed prteas at tha BAZAAR LADIES A.D GEXTT COTTON IIOSERY. At lass than Importers pries'at tha B AZAAR ! A Splendid Assortment of j FANS ! Exceedingly cheap. AT THE BAZAAR! Jy RAILROADS. 1866. 1866. No Change of Cars j TO ' ' - I CHICAGO! i ST THS CRESTLINE ROUTE. NEW AHRANOtMBNT. i and after Hfomtiay, Jnly 9, IM liaini win rum so s niraaro aa lea lowat sty tie t'levelaas, relnn. boa et Clmeimmatf, and n ta bors;. A'ort Way mo dfc Cbieatro Itallroada, VIA CRESTLINE: Leave Vevelanl 6.S0 A. H.; J eft P. M., S.S0 P.sf . Arrive C-eetine :0& AM., 00 P. M ., 11.10 P.M. F t Wayne S.10 P. at., 11 40 P M., 6 5 A.M. Arrive Chicaeo t.OU P. M ., 6.00 A. M., 11 90 A.M. Tbo"AI A. H. Train BUNS THBOUHH TBuM CLEVZLAHO TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGS I I By the 46 p. M. Trala naseenrers obtain 8upierand Sleeping Oar at Oreatline at t P. AU KLEGANT STATE BOOM SLEEPING CABS attached to tbe 8.20 P. M. Train from Oleee Und, and BUN TUKOl'GH TO CHiCAGO WITH OUT CHANGE I i Aatt for Ticket, by tho j CRESTLINE ROUTE !l Which can ba procured to Tort Wayne, Ohteiro, all point. West, at tha Union Ticket Offlc. Superior street, and at the Cnloa Paeeanaer Depot, Cleveland. W. C. (JLELAND. uea. w estern rasaaiuer Agent, I mega. Oleveland. Jnly 8. 18Wi. may 14 Bin I 3-.4S LI HO 1J0 kirk Erie Pit for The X DAT ERIE 175 n RAILWAY ! ! GBEAf BRO GUAB-0UBL TRACK ROUTE I Sew York. Boaton and New England Cltt.a. this iailvat mtfTM nnv Dstnklrk loKew York 400 smiltt,- isanAi ts, hjw York 42 Miles. OsUmissawes. ta Sew Ysrk 419 Jillss) AMD is ranw f SS toS7 MIIm ike ft b Bots. Trains run directly through to New Tork, 459 i'Ra. BUJCC7 atblAUUk .UaVUsB UK IIISM m j from and atter J uTr vth. lfV. Trains vHII Imw. In fonixtion frith all western lln a, as fallows: , J-J' vv " "" av i oau.iaA.iVA OJ ftsw fork time from Union deoots : S.4SA. M. MtW YOKK. DAT XXPKEfl?, from Salamanca, Dajj, except runays. Intersects at Hornellsvilie villi tha 6 30 A. X. Daj tx pres from BuSalo, and arrives la Hew Tork at 10.30 P. M. A. M. IXPK148 II Alii, from Dsrnkitk- Dally except Uundars. Stops at Ualamanca f . A. M., and connects at UorDl!sville and Coraina with the s.3 A. M. Express Mail from BuSalo, and arrives in I-w Tork at 7 on A. M . IS P. M. NkvV' TORK MIGHT KXPEltf3. srom iniQKirK, imiiy, except eundavs. Stops at . ttsamanca P. U., and arrive In Kw York at 12.30 P. M., oonnectfna with afternoon Trains aod Hteasaera tar Boaton aad paw England Cities. , rSUM BUFFALO By Nrw Tork Tims frotW De pot cor. Exchange and Michigan streets-. 30 A. M. MtW loltK DAT EIFBEsS, tiuntfays . excepted. Arrives in New Tork at 10J0 P. M. Connects at Great Bend with Delaware, Lack-i,- awaua A Western JbCailroavl for Philadelfsmia, Baltimore, Washington and potnts South. A. M. XPBiv if AIL, via Avob aad Hora ellsvilre, Dailj, exoepc Bandars. Arriae in hew York at 7 00 A. sf. CoTAnects at Ilmira with WiUiamsport a Dm Era Railroad for Har nsbunrh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing ton and points Bouth. P. M. LltiUTM.Nij IXPKKS3, Snodaj-: cptM, steps for wood aod water oai, ana ar riveaia tivw York 7.U0A. M. P. M. KKW TURK NIGHT F3.PBIS, DaHr. Ooanects at HoroeilsTille with the 4. 15 P. M. train iron Dunkirk, and arnvas in New Tork at 12.30 P. M. Also connects at Elmira, fur Harrlsburg, PhiladclBhia and 8otth. f P. fit. CiyCINNATI K1PHbV-8, Dslrr, sx crpt Sundavs. Arrives ia New York at 3.45 P. 11. Connects at Grvtvt Becd with Delaware, Lavckawatia Western Bailroad, and at New York with Afternoon Trains avxid bieaJiMCS fur Boaton and Nw Bnjdand CJttt-s. On It ; ) dm T rman IvatATt on nndavr . lsamTinay Rnffialn a. 15 P. M., aud reaching New York at 12. 2D f . M. Bostoa and New Cog land Paemajra, with their Baggage, axe tiBasfatred s-liarfpsiaBsw Tork. The bast TtDt11atd and most Luxurious ftlMrtrinsr Ooacbea IN THE WOULD awoaipBy U nlgnt trains on this railoav. cacaTmamCbeckfyl throsista ana fastt alwava aa low aur other rvute. Aak for Tlkta wflm Trim Kflvravw, Which nan bs obuuaed at all tbe PnacipsJ Tssket umces in tne wrei ana soutnwt. WM. B. BABB, Genl Psas. Aft. F. BIPDLg, (Hil tfrrp't. augt A3 8:30 I ., and of and of say. Oerry, I sure apply tka E. 1W4 ON 1st 19 3s tra CBuA 0OLTJ MUSICAL. oBSaLIJ CwXBKJif ATVKI OF SVBiU. OOCESR OF BTTDY. FIBBT TEA R Harmony and Part Wrtrlal SECOND TIAsV-iiarmoBy oontianed. and Ooanterpatnt. miBU xeab Harmony eompietea. uoanK Oonnterpoint, Fagn. Form and Uom position. Great attentloa m snvea a tn. riaao. uraaa. Orebsatral instruments, and Csltlvattoa of tb. maBrtftsansflonas . ., . t. P. MORGAN, Piassdaat, G. W. STEELE, Principal of Department of Beoalar Maate. Prof. t. M.ELLIS, , . j j. rS. "t BV. OHCBCHILL, s -rtt Board oi Dlreetan with sale 1 made RAILROADS. IOLaCO sUUmttAst. oentadu ' "owa tnaaaai. " A M.-CBICAOO KPEIR8, .too, mt O'-JU. Kipu,., SorwaST-oT - SF" C,T', 'rsmont and arrives a Toledo at Ueto . a., ihleaara at kuoT a 'eaa DMroH s.a.1 p. a., T-so a. ToMe ll Itoy t at all sUtioos es Se.bara IMrisloaa, aad arri.as at Toledo at lfcoa . t,a . M. WK3TKRN MAIL-stors at all sta. wsj ob Boutoern ftviatoa, aod arrives as Toledo .t 7:30 r. a., Chicago S:uO a. sr., ems ' J!- H0"THRS if AIL Stops at aO eta. " xtortnera lmsioa ana arrives as IAvmTMISaT aXPBKSS-atops at Oraitoa, Uberllo, Kerwaik, ilooroeTil... Cljde ami remowt. aod arrivee in Tolrf 12:0 A. ST.. Chicago at I0-.K) a. a., and Detroit at 10.-06 S.ST"S?" " mM " Monroevill. with th kt J?' Wl'ld "'wark Er.ilroad;at Saadaa. V,tV "'f00 OlacinnAU Byroad; at rramonr fail .kITiS'l aailroad ; and mt To owitbi theHichisan uthern A Korthem la i 1. "t"iv ts ntiaiB l&mJ ! rrrmrlm fi I bl.. Zt Jaekaon, Fort Wayne, Loaneport, LafT,. t ette, Oaire, Alton, St. Lonla and ill points West I Northwest and Southwest. i iruaaairieeinCbvelaaslfrem Toledo an4 thr West at :16 A. ... 40 a. m 3 4b and HO r. m. Sandusky at 9:lo. m. L. D. BCOKIB, ClerelaiHi, July 80, ISBe. snperinteaaent. CL mLASlT PgJSBUKG h Moa. BUMMEB ABBAft'GEnlST. LSsr. 0 and after Konday, July 39tb, 1M6 Trains wtH leave UeveUod daily (Seadav ss ceptod) aa foil, si : 8:10 A. M. MAIL Arrives at Plttsbanrh 3:40 ; . .; H.rrisbnrRh 2:46 a. a.; Balti.K-.rs 7:00 - a.; Wsstaiwrton In m a. a.; Phlladelpb T:(U a. .; New Tork via alleatowa 3-.3S a. via Philadelphia 1206 p. a., W beet: I 6:4ft r. a., connecting with Baltimore ai Ohio Bailroad. ttmnecte at HaHoa wilh i Z- A O. B. it. ft-r Akroa and AtiUeraberfl soaaects ai Alliance with P. Ft. W. A I Railway for all points eaet ea1 west leavln . Alliances! 11:SS a. a far Oantoo, Maaal , Ion, Mansfield, Sc., and leaving Alliance a ll:lt A. a. for Saiem, C'olnmbiana, Ac. 1:40 P. M. EiPKKS Arn.ee at ntubanrh a ttlt r. H.; Harnsbnrgb 8:Sta. a.; Baltimor 12:30 r. a.; Waab!n(U.n 4:60 r. a.; Pblnde' ' phiaLOOr. M.; tw Tork via Allen tow 3:40 r. .; via Philadelphia 6:41 r. a Wheeling :30 r. a.; B.llair (Beawooa t-SJ r. a., eoaoecte at AlllaDca with F Ft. W. A 0 Railway for all points eaat so wast, leav'ng Aili.nca at 6:15 F. a for C? ton, Massillon, Wooeter, Ac, and leavia Alliance at 6:66 r. a. for balem, Colnmbiaa : t. M. ACCOMMODATION Arrives at AI liaaoe :3 p. st. Cera from Cleveland ru; dlawtly through, via Hadsoa for Cojaboe Falla, Akron and MiilertbnrKb, oonuectic. at Alliance and Orrvilie with I. Ft. W. A ( BaUway. Oars ran throagh from Cleveland to Hew Vor via Pittaonran anA Ali.ntowa with bat at change, via , at PittebargL. Tare aa low as by any other mate. Through ticket, cao bo procured at tb. Dale Ticket Owe, Weddell House, at the Depot, or . tk. Euclid btrat station. J. H. DEVEBEUX, Superintendent CIBTIU5D ERIK RAILKOAtt. MM. BUMMEB ABBAKOEMENT. lSe OV aad after Bnadey, Jnly 1st, Psasange Trains will run as follows, (crandey exaeptod, LEAVE CLEVELAND tSO A. M. NEW TOUK ZXPBISa-Stops at Painesville, Madison, Aautaiinla Kingavill. Springfield and Glrard, and arri. at Erit at t-.M A. M., Dunkirk liui P. ., Butfak 1:16 P. M., Now Tork 7:00 A. M. and Boetva at 4:00 P. M. t:60 A. M. DAT EXPRESS TBAIH Stop, at 1 slues -nil., ueneva, Asntaonla, Conneattt and Girard, and arri.ee at Erie at l:a. r. H., Dunkirk 3:46 p. a., Baflalo 6-.a r. eu, Bew Tork at 12:00 a.. Beaton 4:u0 p. a. 1:00 P. X.-C1NCINNATI EXPRESS TBAIH Stops at Painesville, Ashtabula and Olirard and arrive, at Erie 7:06 r. a.. Dunkirk :16 p. a., Bnffalo 10:40 r. a.. New Xork 3:46 r. a.. Boston 6:00 r. a. fci P. M MAIL. AND ACCOMMODATION - Stops at all station, aad arrives at axis T:46 r. a. P. M. NIGHT SXPBESS "BAIN Stops at Painesville, Ashtabula and Girard, and arrives at Erie 1:10 a. a., Dunkirk S16 A. a., Bntals 4:60 a. a.. New Tork 10:30 r. a., Bostoa U:6u r. a. LEAVE EB1E. A. K. STEAMBOAT EXPRESS TRAIN Stops at Girard, Conneant, Aibtabulaand Palneaville, and arrive, at Cleveland at A:l A. a. fctCA. At. NIGHT EXFBV.S8 TBAIH Stopa at Girard, asbtabnla and ralaeevtlla nly, and arrives at Cleveland at 6:60 a. a. A. H. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION TBAIH Stops at all station, and arms. at Cleveland 10:15 A. a. 10:10 A. M. TOLEDO EXPBESS TRAIN Stops at all stations exoept nwanviiie, B.y brook, nnionville. Perry, Mentor aud Wlak. Uffe. and arrives at Cleveland at 2:10 p. a. P. M DAY EXPBC3S TRAIN Stops at Girard, Conneaut, Ashtabula and Patneaviiia only, and arrives at Cleveland 7:66 p. n. r gocond Class Cars ar. ran oa all throntA trains. All rarouffh trains rolnx westward connect as Cleveland with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Colom bo., Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis.Ac, and ail through trains going Eastward connect at Dun. with the trains of tha Erie Railway; and at Buffalo with tbow ot tbe New York Ontrei A Railroads for New York, Albany, Hoeloa, Niagara Falls, Ac., and at Erie with trains on th. Philadelphia A Erie Bailroad, for Corry, Tltaaviile, Hole City aad the great Oil Regions. Sktr-Dav Exoress East and West, conpecte at Girard with trains on Erie A Pittsburgh Railroad Lines. tile, Meadville, Jamestown, Ao. H. NOTTINGHAM!, buperlutaiaeal. Cleveland, Jnly 1st, 186S. Change or ?line, October 9th, VIA TBB ATXAHTIC esGKSAT WB 8T'5 BAUW AT. fiasssssSnSgsy only Unbroken troaJ bua.e Eouie TO TUB E AST K It I'lTIKS. rnWO Trains Daily Leave Cleveland, from th Atlantic A Great Western Depot : EXPRESS : A. M. Arrive tn New Tork 12:) P. M SIGHT EXPRESS .. :xo P. H Arrive in New lork lo.iu r. in and Mall traia leaves Clevelaad lor A. M., arriving at h:bl f. M. Trains amv at oieveiaoa at ?: a. P. a. rains for Tuastowa leave Clevend at S:aSA. and 3:16 P. a., arrive at Cleveland 10:M A. H ., 6: p. a. This Is tbe only dfreot rent to the on sex on Pennsylvania. Pasaeaaers by tb S-.40 a. a. Kxprejs Trala din. tax. Sleeping Oar at Madviila, Paasengars by tbe :so p. a. Express Train, gat Bleeping Oar at Learlttabnrg. Tbe Night express leaves Bonoey nigni, iqeteaa Satarday algbt. All other Ualaa daily Una- eaoeptea. ConaacU at Meadville. for Oil City. Franklin. and all poinu in the Oil Region, of Pena sylvaaia. a .. s 1 1 (1 1 1 1 oy tnw roni. bst. ampj. .im. y - ilnntes), at regular boor., for meala, and make oomiectiona. fiewaa4abaa Dleaama; Goacbea are taobdto Nigbt Trains For ail Information and through tickets, pleaas at tha Depot of tbe Atlantic A Great West ern Railway, or at the Union Ticket timoa, ander WeddeU Bonse. Omaibnaves will call for passengers, by laavtnc diractWaa at tb. above offices. D. McLARES, Gen'l sup't. F. TULLEB. Gen. Ticket Agent. CLITSt A5B,C0Ln Br B Ai CI5CI55AH BAILU0A1I. amyrasJfeipy SUMMER AaaANGAlMKST. loot and after Monday, Jny ?, Paasen gar Trains will lea,. OLEVELAND a fol lows : TRAIN 6:20 A. St.-CINCINNATI EX TREd, stopping at Grafton, Welling ton, New London, Shelby, Crestline, Gallon, Iberia, Gilead, Cardingtan, Ashley, Dela ware, Lswis r-enter, anc arriving at Columbus at 11:00 A. M., Cincinnati 4:a0 P. M., Indianapolis. 6:15 P. M., Ohicagovl CrestUne, 9:S0 P. H. TRAIN S:45 P. M. NEW TORK A WEST ERN EXPRESS, Mopping at Berea, Graf ton, Welllagtoa, New London, and all sta tions south of New London, arriving at Oolnmbua attlO P.M., Cincinnati 4.UU A. M., Chicaco, via Creetiine, :0O A. M. TRAIN 4.1A P. M. 6ALI0N PAtWESOKB, atop, at ail station., arriving at Oeiloa at 8:00 P. M. TBAIN D: P.M. NIGHT IXPKKftS, .top Sing at Grafton, Wellington, New London, helby, Crestline, Gallon, Gilead, Carding ton, Ashley, and Delaware, arriving at Co lambua ai 1.60 A. M., Cincinnati t:JU A. M. Indian. polls 7 46 A. M., tlbioago viaCreat Ha. 11:31 A. M. TRAINS LEAVE UOLUMBCS at Ia:49 a. a.. 11:10 A. a., S.-00 p. a. Amve at Cleveland COO A. a. 3:60 p a,, 9:30 p. a. INDIANAPOLIS AND WESTERN EXPBEr, leaves Gallon at 6:00 a. at., arrives at Cleve laad :tu A. M. CONNECTIONS : SHELBY Baadusky, Manetleid A Newark RaU roaa, to Mansfield, Alt. VerBen, ttewara, XaoeeviUe, Ac. OBESTLINE Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne A Ohloaxo rallxoMI for Forest, Upper Sandusky, Del. paoa, Lima Fort Wayne, Chicago, A... West, aad Eaal for Meaeneid, Woostor, Massillon Ac. Tne first and fourth Trains make direct con nection vie Iort Warn, for all points oa Toted. A Wabash aad Great Western R:i rrsui. GALIOH Bellefoataine Railroad Line, :or Ma rion, Bollefontnine, Sidney, Union, Mnncie Indianapolis, Torre Haote.Vinceunes, ETana. vflle. Louiavlli Cairo, tit. Lonia, Ac WARE with Springfield Branch for 8pria ti.ij MBTS Little Bl.ni A Columbus aad Xen a Railroad, for Xenia, Daytca Indianapot a 'w Terre Haute, 8t. Louis, Morrcw, LorelasJ, and Cincinnati, and with tb. Ohio and Xies- leelpp Bailroad CINCINNATI r Loamvllla, Evaasvtlle, Cairo, a Loats, and all polnte oa tbe Obio River. OOLUMBCS Central OUio Railroad for Newark, Saaeaville, Wneeling Ac.; Columbus A In. dianaairli Central Railroads for Piqaa, l"r- bana, Ac. For Uokets to all points and information an at tne Paeeenaer Station, and at tbe Unic. Oflos, 14T Superla street. a. s. ruta CTevelaBd, Jnly t. 11. 9TTii..ii'l. it FRZSH HAS A aew "apply of rea and Black Tea Of wary deeenptioa, selected great ear from recent Importations, and for at small protta at No. 12 Ontatio street, by esa,W rufSiUlIM, ARMi'Tti.R or: TBT OUB TEN SHILLING CL.A.O BmckTsa. yi4 CKCBCHILL A BR0TB1B. P0KB CIUEB VIIfEGAR For TftbaVas aad Pickling ; good Strang tk aad fram mdar emly. For sale by jilt CHURCHILL A BROTHER.