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Columbus A 45 A.M. 3 t-U
Lake Suure,Est oa "
PittsburM Wnli " 1
I :5t P. M.
Toledo via Norwaik..
T-.ied.Tia Seed uAj. .: " V
BfiHoeine; .....40 " JMP. M.
Rrnne 4:uS '
OeUGit Boat to:
Oolonibu- A. M. S P. M.
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rtieaua A Akram ...1125 "
letrit Bjst 4 "
re Oiti2us risliine otiorerance to either of the aoov
Trains or B .at,, will be called fur br tbe rmrheol Stevens
OaiaitTiLi.ie. IraTio tueiradifress at tbe Omnibus 04
Ace. 1 Su j. n-ir streelTdaur mextlo Weddeli House.
rPHE BEST ARTTFICIAL HELP TO
J. THE HL MAN EIGHT F.VLB INVENTED !
N. H. SOLOMOXSOS.
Practical and Scientific Ofticah,
Keen the bmt ataortaaeat of tba saost aptewred kinds
SPECTACLES. Alllusslassea, whelber for eear or fir
manted, are ground under fcjs own isepeeticm.br marmins
ryof new contraction, wub ta stalest care, soasto
suit the erea la a I eases, cennc Keaeaess. Zkssaaeas er
flf a Mr AVs. and tKpertinC atrengtk Mr la
nmdiic; or Ana fewing .
(7 N. H. Solomoosoa would kera inform tme public
t aal he aerer eraalujs ur UM la the tale of an lenses.
CT Also.eeoloudid aasartosewt ef SPY GLASSES, MI
CkOSCOPES, COMPASS-FS. kc.keatom hand.
I narrfad without maim, perfect &a natm aL
fy.mre 3s Supemor street .under the Amencaa Hotel.
Will, tkitu iom.wand ATrfcf io.n.
To rest a heal k we must purlfr the bUiod. Fevers,
without excepliom, rue from foretxa mattere Berime; beea
ebaorbsd aad retame lathe cirealatioa. Thasa causa o
eickacai m-rr produce an influers i, a croup, a rheuBiausm
rout, ckolic or eeure. But Braniretm's Pi Us. simple,
potent, and rex table, remove the ranae. and the cure fol
lows, of course. Tber are the meams of every dar mm
maar valuable Uvea Principal oSre. 54 Caaaletreet,
Brandreta Build uat New York. Sold also br
on:illw nBeTT A . CAWINER. "lerelarjl
CAUTION TO INVALIDS, Da SAMUEL S, FITCH,
(Office lit Broadway. New York.) kuowa as the author o
a - JVrw Cerattae Trearnrat " for the disc aaee of the Luaca
Heart, Lirrr, Stoasarh, Bowels, Kidneys. Skim, Noma.
Hueclea. Josats. B'ood, Ac. Jod for all Female Ceeaplanrta
coaaiBnee his ptart ice with hoi usual success, or Be it
reer e&jrwi froa Nrm Tart. ltd e aot areaartasae seen
Htkmtm etaere aureus easociefe er perfaer at Bf m m,
Caarepe, Dctmt, Pttutmrvk er e'ansVre. ead has met d
ry AVwerr o a!l eeraxs asaap au aeaar, er entndiaw te
hew aeat, er to hew had eaw procaauiaai caweectasa mtik
ass Tkrj err lawoslers .' Apply. peTionallr er h) let
ter, dtrecllr to himeelf at his Omre. 714 Broadway, New
York, where alone his treatment can be had. Ueaaediee
Beat to any part of the cjunrry, and treat meat conducted
success ally by letter. A rutt from the patient preferred
His M Six Lcctoies" on the Lanes, nad (xplaiunc the
method by which he euros the abuse diaeaaea (w paes
ktundl seat by mail, post paid, for mO ceuta.
0 Bwsre especially of the aurertisemenlsof " Fitrb,
Dud re k Co,"ot Detroit, and of "Fitch A Likes," of Pitla
bureh, Chicafo, Ac.
711 Broadway, New York, June, 18S.
TlAllt 1K-UA1U UYE-llAltt UYK.
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Djc.
THE ORIGINAL ANUBKST IN THE WORLD
All others are mere uu'la'ions. and honld be asoided, if
you wish to escape nd icule.
GRAY, RED. OR RUSTY HAIR Dyed tuetaolly to a
beautiful aad Natum! Browa or Black, without the least
aim y te Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS hare barm
awarded toWm. A Batcaelor since aad orar .(
applications base been made to the Hair of his patroaa of
his famous D?e.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
mot to be dutinnished from aaturi.aud as waumsjrro
not to injure m the least, Howtrer loec 1 may be eoetie.
aed, aal the ill effectsof Bad Dyes remedied; tbe Ilairia
nrorated for life by this spletalid Dee.
Wade. eo:d or applied (in private roorm) at the Wig Fac
ia Broadway, .1. Y.
Ear" The Genuine hastlie name and address upon a steel
encrarinx on four sadee of each Bjx. of
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
a.72:dkws ro Brmjway. New York
Wigs ! wigs Wius! .
BATCHFI.OR S WIUS AS D TOUPEES witt-. all.
Tber an strut L, Uikl, ut tukl darabte.
Fit! tar to a c fa arm oo tainiar p batim! no siinnfc in
in the head; tn1(ed. this the only F.M'mVtthjnaat whtrf
thT thinfi arc irDrr!y under d aut MaJe.
MS3 Rroalwar, Kev York.
apJkwT.! W. FICKE. riereiapd.t.laio. Aaant.
A BteAlil'lFinG 1 11 A C.t..
IB the color of prer. reJ twm.m:r Hair jseffertoJ with
by a en tie app.tcatioa of that aiml of Chrtmitnr,
CHRlSlAlXtRO'S ELCELSIOK HAIR DYE
f n'iku tha puiAfetU prepaiateoaa vhirh ixnpert caior b
fenaraiiaf. Tilts ptparauoa dors not impair lh
LIFE OP THE BUR.
The blacks and inowum it produces ax imk 6 it 11 abtl deatl bat
brjrh. axyd eloss m those max ore. Fc sale tor all Drat
fists and Hair Dreiser. Jossrm Chu irranoRO a Co , JVa,
C Awtor Hon. V. T. janrdl-rlrn
EVERY FEMALE SHOULD READ
The TEJSALE MEDIC 1L PUECEPT0U
Or, Tliirtf Years Stmly aud Experience,
ESPECIALLY DETOTED TO
DISEASES OF WOMEN;
Br CaracltM 1 hrrao, Bl D ,
NEW ORK CITY.
AN INSTtCCTOK. A CUB, AND A PHYtlClAlf
la which is embodied a fell and chasta deaenptv-a
( itaowladga net e sajry to i iie wel fara mt those urned or
xbosx wk4waarneiUi process at' eomtxpiiaontnAMCf
aad delireiT, their paios aad daacara, as well aa tba
Mtboda by hrh nanyoftba Utter aaay be obviated, and
Urtvchjac asw the aystem aaay be im iparate! and Mshifad
to rta proper toae, after aaTUkz beaa prowratetl by com
plaiaU iscidaatial to tba hana frama. Aim, siorh
PHYSIOLOGICAL INSTRUCTION, whir will awvtai
Cha actaanty of aay gTamt amooat of stckDess, and saabia
t rsadcr to as. to a groat exteat, hex owa pay
Ttusseok is mora arattable to tbe utulerstaoUjnc of the
aoa-pc4ss local reader, aad t skillfullr elaborauel.
mtammem, arramrea amd earned out, imam am? worker as
Eiad mew before tke sukhe. Wtule at fires arfcoliiriaii
particulmra, aad maome racpi
eame afthe mast delicate anaira eoumeeted unlk tke female
erstemv It ekeaM be Blared ia tae kands of arery feman.
maele er mamed.
Tkts work also corn-aims aTaseiipcioae used hv tke doctor
a kn practice for tke sosiUreca:e of Screfaloa. Kntm-
boaa-fteer aad JLtm-Stirt Cswte emat CeUa-AJ
utiet-Pi.iiiie MAae mf a tar esr. eK .dc-. 4..amr
eeatefwkjckareaatieuamararoreef treat value to tee
Tan book will me mem! br mail, fiee of po-tara. oa tke
reeeiittom ef rts mVm.arbKk aaar W ant a atrm moae or
estafe stajnpa. All orders stiouid b' arfdrrwti ta
MtHrwwai rsOaieeT.etr.N Y. City.
enoTEst Ann Baeeb's Fast
ixt Sewteb MAevms,
Tbe nartieaUr sttentioa
L.dt b emlled to ths above
mack in a, which pmiassM tbe
,foUowicg decided sad an
1st. Cotton Is used as it is carrrhased on spools
withost rs-winding; saving time, troobis aad
td. Ths trosthls and perplexity of filling a shot
its, (aa in other machines,) is in this avoided; no
shuttle is employed, the under thread being nssd
front a large spool.
3d. Ilia vary simple yet strong ia conrtrnetioB,
astir learned and kept in order, and doss not re
quire to be taken apart to bo oiled.
dim. Ths stitch is always distinct, oven aad reg
aUr.ud will not rip though rrWy fourth stitch
5th. The stitch is as eUstie as ths most ale 'tie
i This Machine mbroiders bountifully.
Ladiss and ethers intarostod in the saving
labor are invited to call at ths sales room of ths
(abaeriber aad sEamia for thaauolvea. Ths
abovs machines are freely shown and samples
work given at all times.
--' Tbe services of a aadr aad Un ase of A machine
can be obtained by the day in families, by calling
at tbe room of air. Hopkins. TeTBastlJOperday.
Eamukl E or sitts,
Borthrop k Spaaglers Block,
wjhS0d$mtl38 Superior at., up itmirs.
i. &. Barnes d Co., Proprietors ot Ine neve
taal PlamUmt Works, Arwater Iters, mn arwamred
wit aire force ef osfnemord wecamea rdotmreeeiy
eacrutioaef Plemdimrta tke most taovesaja mi ameer,
a. must aneatlAr ill " aeesiahla Mrssa. aad em amort
seliee. Lmree stocks ot e-ewssaams mm uibctwbi tmm ua
isea. Baluimr Tuhe ef east irom mad wood, limed wits
issst rrrir- steam heaters, lead aad ra raarrW trea
asses, Leetke'eod Imdm Boon or Hoes, everr deeertptiea
ml Braes amd Plated Cocke. 1 melodies tke Fates' Self-cles
me Cecaa. reeeathr tmtrodmeed, araek Bowia, amd mil kasds
f Water Works f uteres kest eeewlmatlj ee ksad.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS.
TCESDAY MOSMNGiiCMi !
C A At. R. R Excursion Tickets.
Wanted A Bikw.
liaamu. Oar etsom A Co Northern Lieut.
Inrham A Brarg New BoiA.
J G. Talbot Shinxle Machines.
C Chandler Seed Weekly. .
Robert Sears Pictorial Bible -Weekly.
PLAIN AND ORNAMZNTAL PRINTING,
fy Phun amd Oraameutal Pnauaxef erery desrnniio
donont the Pristine Estabaahasent of the leader Office,
oa the latest tmpr red acd mwet ra;ad steam preses. in 'lie
best style, oa short notice, and at reasonable n'es. 1 r
ticular attention paw to b.auk work. Erery descri.t oa
of B nduax dooe. especially Riank Books. Ledrera, Journ
als. Sales Bo ks, Rererrrar Book. Ar Ac.
J For City Kctrs, rt first pajc
For Market Report", and Marine Newt, tee fourth
Eiiled The steamer North Star, CpL G. B.
Street, kkUed for Superior last night
Police Cocii, Jcki 29. There were eleB
cases before the Court, as follows : aasaolt and
battery 2 ; disturbance 3 ; nuisance I ; petit lar
ceny 1 ; injuring property of city 2 ; resUing in
house of ill fame 1 ; drunk 1 total 11.
A a est. Capt. John W. Pomeroy of the Aon
poreil. was yesterday evening arrested on a charge
of shooting with intern to kill, one of the hands on
board of bis Teasel. He was admitted to bail
in tbe an in of 500 to appear at Court this
Sux Stioce. A in East Cleveland, whose
name we have been unable to learn, died from
.on stroke on Saturday artemoor-. Death reaulted
within half an hour after the stroke.
Peesonal. Among tbe arrivals at tbe Ameti
can last night went James licGowan, of Porter' t
Spirit of the Tout, New York, B. E. UcKeeand
lady of Upper Sandusky, 0. B. Maxwell, Oawson-
ville, N. T., T. E. Vackers of Philadelphia, C. G
Cfer, K. T.
A Capital Idea. Tbe Firemen, At their meet
ing last night, with characteristic generosity, vol
nntarily resolved that they would, on the morning
of the Fifth, wet all the streets upon the route of
the grand procession, for tbe purpose of laying tL
dust. This is a really excellent movement, and
one that will be highly Appreciated by those who
would otherwise be compelled to endure, through
tbe whole of tbe long march, the clouds of dost
attendant upon so long A procession. Honor to
the Firemen !
Shincle Maxisa John S. Talbot, Agent for
the sole of Scott's Self Feeding Shingle Machine,
is now in this city, and may be teen at Barritt's
Shingle Factory on Merer in street at anytime until
further notice. That reach ine is really one of the
most ingenious inventions we bare ever seen, and
is also one of the most simple In its construction.
Iu cost is but fifty dollars, asl it is said that it can
turn out ten thousand shingles daily. It is partic
ularly designed for ase in new countries, and will
be found a perfect instrument for cutting and joint
ing shingles. Those who Are interested in such
matters will do well to examine into its merits and
Tbe Weathee. During the week ending June
37th, 1836, the thermometer in the shade ranged
as follow :
7 a a. 2. r. . 9 p. .
June 21, 75 deg 85 dog. 70 deg.
" 22, 77 84 " 76 "
23, 83 87 " 78 "
' 21, 83 " 89 - 77
" 25, 81 " 89 " 77 "
" 26, 81 " 90 " 80 "
" 27, 8 " 91 ' 89
The theimometer in the shade at 2 P.M. jester-
day was 87 ; not quite ao vann as for sereral days
previous, bat still warm enough for ad prtical
purposes. Last t'Teoi ug was cool and pieasant
with arcfreshini breeze. Pronienaders were
"Moxs. 4c et KKDirrLtrs Mrs "Tbe To
ledo Blade of Satnrdsy gives the partkalars of
amusing circumstance in connection with tbe
visit of Van Amburgb's Mcoagerie to that city
It seems that a little fellow of some 13 years of age
in attempting to crawl under the canvas was cangbt
by one of the shoamen, and rather severely
whipped. The boy, taking a notion that be would
be arrested and put in the Watch-Hotue, hid him
self, snd was not to be found. . A eory was circu
lated that tbe boy was killed and concealed by tbe
snowman. The Blade says the " excitement tie
eame intense ; mob law wss threatened, aud aev-
aral prominent parties had to make speeches to
allay the tumult, or for soms ot;er good reason,
no doubr. One doughty General, from the ros
trum, after a speech, proposed that a delegation be
detailed from each of the fire companies to guard
the property and watch through toe night , but
was rather set back, when some malicious wag scg.
gested that the guard would not be complete un
less tbe several candidates for Congressional hon
ors, present, were included. AH mora of rch
scenes were eaus.-d by the wild excitement which
ruled the night ; all sorts of rumors were rife
twenty-one ot the ill fated showmen were packed
off to jail ander a strong escort, when, in the tight
of the turmoil, when it was beginning to be be
lieved that the wild bcasies had made aa end of
the poor boy's corpse. Esq, formerly Sheriff
Springer, and some others whi had got oa the
right track, brought back the missing cheyld.
pretty well bruised, it is true, bat averring that be
bad 'cotcbed it wnss' before.'
The B'.ode says the showmen made handsome
amends to the boy in something more substantial
than promises, and that the citiaeas enjoy the de
noBMnent of tbe affair amax'mgly.
Notice. One of oar merchnota requests at to
say that the person who took from his store a fine
Barege Robe oa Saturday will be allowed three
days la which to return it. If delayed beyond that
time the officers will be sent after it.
Bocse Wasteo. A small comfortable dwell
ing within tea m inn tea walk of the Weddell
Boose at a rent of not over (135, will be takea by
a careful and respoesible tenant, who will pay
advance if required. Address, till Monday next,
" Lenten," Leadeb office. 4131
FlTTB or JtiLT EXCVBSIOX 0!f THE LaEE.
Tbe Xorth Star has been chartered by tbe Metho
dist Episcopal Church Society. Vest Side, for tbe
parpose of raising funds to defray the expense
repairing Iberr Church. Tbe Star is a great favor
ite, and will Doubtless take act a large number
f 1,(i0 Foe Gbaik has leB paid by person
wmntinr a few busmeta or a choice article to bow.
Mow this was shrewd oa their part, and ao oae
acensed them of at iT-tng themselves toaaarwhea
it uronid baca nranertobe wase awake.
The farmer should be roverned by tbe same rale
in retting a Stjit of clothes of the right Geaik,
with even and amnoth Nap that some master work
man has had to Sew upon, and has iett apoa it an
even, clean, ana nrm ceab.
A rarment made to the Letteb'' as above
will merer be called apoa to recognise tbe "Let
At 1. Sonneborn's, 156 Superior street, Ctevc-
land , O .. clotoes ot tna aoove arm ana aaausome
descriptkoa, mar alwava be roaud m any quantity.
and what doabtv adds to tbe wonder, hi, the prices
are invariably s-ifteeb rss cest test (Asa at
entv oumer dathnr tart ta the Mate.
AdntiasioB free, and attendants to show visitors
tnroorn tbe exteastva attaoaiajnacnt grafie.
t?L0UNCED SILK ROBES.
A Boafrlt a TBch rafttvvW Tas'mBl SAfd sW SaTti M Us, afi wamal
aoiiara. wtwia iLBaaiji wMMtara najwaiM
a3 J-. L B ALU WIN A CO
1,5001 amilllor aeTrai
' asl TAYT.OS.
yard Opetaed Urn day
(Kl!,wi LU A tU
8ILIS! 81 L I 8 !
From Auetaas asiea, ts wmwm wetmvite
They will be sold CHEAP.
ram B.D KELDAU. A CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dry Goods.
RAYMOND & CO.. htve received,
Bi l Drs iMi a, a arw aud full aupplT,
lidnand auaaaaer at it.
Siriiav, Cahtarra anl lhiaaf Siiwli.
W -lie Craije Slaawit .enitersjd and plata.
lirucha ScAta avosj Mt it,
BlarlE aoJ rul.Trd bilk Shawls,
it ark ii ;i A.autillaa,
Keaton Ure 4tx-Ja, Mra-liac de Cheae,
i'ha i da Leaiaes. Katea Qaniea.
reach Clliaiita, Omad Muim,
CtiitatzOri'aBdie Chocwixte Omatliaa,
htu.n lirco-wJioea, B-n.re pob-a.
Fraocli JartaaU. G ivr;biB R.besaQBllla,
P aia il . de Laioes. H .ea' Pia a.
French , Eur'. sh aad Aaaei -nn i aVc-,
Ja ittGiuul els, Gen t Drinne Git res.
Ladir Marwl.eCt. !:'. Ctaaittilir Veil;
Parasols. Ki' bonaiid Lara,
EavAi Haoatcrch els tmld Collar-.
Siterea aoi Cellar Set-, Btari Lara Mttra.
t "hai.tilir Busied Collars. Wh-t & k Kitia,
Kaab'tl Bsi d5, d-iori and InsMtiiica.
FaieCr Brlt Hibhoua MarMles TriaiRUBC.
Black Veitet Kibon. SmTrua Ediiaga,
B-'anet Crat-rs liiimcmLaa-a
Booiaei Buocltes, Alf3tav.'er' Kid filo-M,
Kttibd La.-eaod Mu 10 Wind jw C-anaiaa,
Damaaka. Morraeas Tattle nail Hiano Co an,
Maimlicf Qai'U. Cuaate paae. aad Toalei Cc-rars,
lnh Ltoena. llrkiars and Sbtncfa,
Kuaxia Towehaes and Hukabaks,
Staple SUrtioc- aad Kaary tio.
Broad Cloth. Caaaimere atd Saticerta,
V-iior and Uei.. shins atu Collars.
Cherkad VaiV Drab Atparca,
C-4Casalarrwv t. Caabsvaa.
NCsmci-w aJer. aad UaLr11aa.
All (A whic4l .ufht laiw.aisdwul b SjU at 1
ia.1 a: -ta. a. a w
H X It iTQ. . f? Sapen-.T
L L AS .
E. I. jOa'dwin
Are roreiTiujr the larerst and nrheet aaMwiment of
M Nl1I LAS ANli VISITTtS
ereTerhibtted iu thtt nuvket. The latest at) lee
P-rs Pjtlrrm ajjailes
kih Vrlret and Lace Mant'es,
F.leeaol Puber Lae Mantles.
Krai EuCM-a Thread M-atillas,
French I liread 11 sou Ua.
Haod aiade Lare Maotlea,
Splendid Silk Maattllaa,
Lace PotLts aaJ S:rla,
Ceapriaips the moat aorel and recherche deeirtis
T . II A It N E Y
O T ATT.Y TX i)V XEW
and weurdtitla U-' Ooujs. iajcut kr cas , aainlar lha
Ikcstcit m wiiltweutd oa Uie saaae terra.
(withu vaicsui MitMaaxa wj.aarrau4vt.ai
la RotaBf a la qaille;
AtArfN? a la Bayadere;
Fanrr Si ri'd Silkf ;
Fun lard Snins
bum mr Siikt;
Biarh l.rv da Rhioe SiTtf ;
itdhooi Bst ftlaca Sdi-a;
h renrh SatiBa ia a'l rulon,
U.-l. k.iaamll kumddt:
Warmirut and Sewing Silal
New Styles kiiahah X Laiae ; Blark Arapacat;
d M tftrt,eter do Frrnrh rhoierinfa;
4j li'aaU'a fc, pactfic do Barara Kobea,
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS
The Beat Siylea Maca fact and.
i,biua i rape sniwn,
Fienc . Cr-t -iliawla Up to tba fittest
INDIA t AHJaa.HCw.
PRINTS AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
la (real variety.
LTN'ENS AITD LIKEN TABLE CLOTHS
Ol ue oest Baaaca-
CoaIbX' aod Glores,
i nauaiacs o eaery tidt-crapUoa
A splefi1il bitrf o
1KESS FKINGK AKD TRIMMINGS.
HOIESBT AND RIBBONS,
And other roods wo mumerooa to meatiom are arrwuc
GREAT CHEAP STORE,
Xo. 154 Superior
T3LAIN T)E BEGE, WITH RICH
a hi a i Ki'r.9.
stlk'lre, Jtavaurrr stripe.
f.!'liis. s.de stripe
B.i'k .-ukft. sideslne.
Katies a qutlle ia al i kiada ut djeaa oods.
JsronHs and MuvllBS.
( hatha, ailthe new stjlea.
louitce.1 and Oreand ea.
KielU Shawls, so aeortiueut.
Simmer Q-nl's. soiwrthias aew.
irs. a tieat Tangly jnns
Facts for llie People.
CASH -EEaXi CREDIT.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY,
NO. ICO SUPERIOR STREET.
ARE PREPARED TO OFFJSK
.IA, Lb beat Lrcauat ia
Of erery desrnptioa. at
Wholesale and Retail,
n il. sntr rwaww a-ff-rrt Will he ma let ID uWasa tha Ph-
Ltc. a,iy aaTLicie uiauatru ia
OerrarmtKS twiae snnra n . w m. . .
tae leparrbasios Temmnc desirable, faahiomable ano
aew IB inn isn. 1 nri msi u . j 7 .. .
SF.W IIOOUS will on receirao lawa v -
lea will lie
and our customers email mot par fee bad eVUs.
and see wmtt earn to dome, Juat recaared a fall lime af
STELLA ANT) BROCHB SHAWLS,
fro 2 56 U) 5 :l- Twra'TPsaeeeM
GOOD, omlTSueemu par jard. A complete stock of
All work dome br iipetieweed aaada ia tmia departme
A complete Maes el
Good D limn ou ! oer rard.arettA to td. A full
eke. e all tae ber. oreads of
DOMESTIC BHEEnXGS a SHIRTTSiGS
Very cacap. A Arat rate mtnek of
V IHJINGS, Ac.,
Am umriralcd stock of
From C! eoats as 41 cemu per yard.
At aaheard of pneaa.
KENTUCKY JEAX3, tie
Ci.V.VOT BE BEAT
We meeatn eel' ro-xii at SMALL PBOrlTJ. aad
CormlrtbeOME r-RICK ervum.
Bnall rreet ererT p i ism visitnvr our house, end with
our male moras uf Curka, we aak ttoFeesielo TBI It
. SHERWOOD OAKLEY,
160 SaperioT Street.
orricB. Wiins iLdXi, cokivkb or us abb
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
ARRIVAL of the MOSES TAYLOR
NEW YORK. June 27
Ths steamer Moses Taylor arrived at an early
bour this nvirnins:, with California mails ana pas
sengers of Jooe 5th. She left Arpinwall on ths
eve of the 19th.
She brings $1,800,000 in treasure.
She connected with ths Golden Age from San
Kh. renorta at A .Din wall the U. 9. Steamsnip
Colorado, which arrived on the 17th from San
Ths Jamestown from Oreytown touched sams
day, and sailed lbs same day fcr Havana.
The Colorado bnn lotelliEencs lost i-reeiicu.
Pars bsd capitulated to Santa Anna was to leave
Saa Domingo for Cnracoa on the 13th most of
U adherents left the "same oay. i-renous
ttenrrml Santa Anna bad given to Commodore
Mclotosh ths strongest B'surance of protection
to American citiiens, and desiring biia to express
to but Government his wish to maintain ths most
amicable relations with it.
It ia aaid ths Commodore saeeeeded ta obtain
ing from President Pass all docaaeau for which
bs had been sent.
Ths excitement concerning ths rraxer Kiver
gold mines cuntinuoa. Three thousand persons
hare already left San Fraaeisco for thtt region.
Ths California mines were yielding largely,
aad aeeoaata from every section were highly fa
Aericaltaral tmuoeets ia the bute were never
better, and a full harvest is confidently antici
pated. A ire at Nevada, on ths 12d of May, dostroyed
nearly all ths basinets portion of the .city. Loss
Lanandrss. in Calavera county, was entirely
destroyed by Ira on tbe 2d of June.
Ten buildings were burnt in eao L.aon, on vies-
ton tree!, .May 31st. Loss $40,000.
Tha United Stetes steamship bhuorick, irom
Philadelphia via Panama, arrived at Saa Franeia-
m Mis 27th-
Psners eontam more man ine aiuai amount oi
murders, aseetsination. caualtios, sc.
Advices irom Oregon, 21th May, snnouncs a
general Indiau outbreak there.
Col. Strptoe'e command on Red River was at
tacked oa the 16th of May, and forced to retreat
with a lues or 50 privates, 3 officers, 2 howiiiori,
baggage wagons snd aeaily a'.l his animals.
Three companies ot arar.oor mua oae ot ioi.au
were engaged wilh 1,500 Indians. Of ths officers
killed, were Capt. Winder and Ll. Gassen.
Ths schooner Lima Keran, from San Pedro,
bound to Santa Habere, has been lust at sea, with
it is supposed sll oa board. Among ber pas
lengers was P. L. Ayrcs, the artist.
Tha ssa ireocuco markets generally war.
Financial matters wars satisfactory and money
FURTHER BY THE ARIEL.
ST. JOHNS, N. F. June 26
Gen. E'tianess e. who was appointed Minister of
the Interior, with ths functions of Minister of Po
liee, immediately after ths explosion of ths Orst
i eonsptraoy, had, as had been anticipated, re
signed, receiving ia exchange for his oihee a seat
in tbe senate.
M. De Lanzle. President of tbe Imperial Court
of Paris, has been appointed Minister of ths Inte
rior. The Canton of Genera protest agnott ths ex
pulsion of refugees in Switzerland, snd demsnds
that ao rxpu'eion shall take place.
Ths Norfolk, from Australia, with iiuu.vuu in
gold, was spoken outside tbe channel, and would
arrive in a few days. About XI, 000,000 is known
to be on ths way from Australia.
Ths Times, eoLtaininr the a tide oa French
armaments, was stopped ia Franco.
A submarine cable between iteggio and MesMua
had been successfully submerged.
The Egyptian army is fixed for the year at
Ths Emperor of Russia has invited tbe French
Ambassador to accompany him in his journey in
the Southern Provinces of the Empire.
The enormous expense of tbe fortifications at
Brussels was the topic vf comment in the prets.
The U.S. steam Ingate fuwnauan was at iioog
It was rumored at Canton that ths Chinese in
tended to destroy the Europsan dweUiaga oa the
lionan side of the river.
It ia also reported that Nankin bad been cap
tured frotn the rebels by tbe imperial troop.
LIVERPOOL. MtRKEr Jess lfcn I be Kt:
fr.int the ITnltrri States per sreaianeip Ntarara, bsd cvused
a oepr. avlor etfvct upoa our cotuja uurkst. si.d unjrr iheir
lafluriKe prices nave silent1' deelttiej lor all deacripnums.
Tl.a decade is renerallT t. A). Tue ma kf, tutl sl-w b ta
Sail S.a,ths sa:ea ol in.; iliree tiara raacl.lue 14.UO
tti r. auu ot wuica IJmwmmcm vara w aiNKMta vim wj "
Messrs Kicb A Co repo ted tae weatticr uoianuaiic i I lae
Flour Remained stead; a' the last quo'atioas S-iIot are
of a quite utumterrupt eo riiarar ei : ts eateia raaa1 2o.2ls;
P ulaileipilsai.d Ha.um Te l2l7d; Oluo21v.w
WheatVe.r dull uj prices Mamnaili a.cn4uod. ei
eept inferior red, whK-h ufci lowei , led western as aaaiaJi
while aoatberm .s. Is SJ
Cora Quhel it im quotations edv.eed by tbe Persia. Vel-
low 3U i.-a44s 91; wbt e :or.'0i id
Fruvuioua Du.l. w:ttiout marked ehamre. Beet QUiei;
pxk a'.eadv : baco. dull, and uae auctlu Miieu a la.1-
FROM THE WEST
ST. LOUIS, June 27.
A dMnatch from Leaveuworrti on the 2tth by
the U. S. express eompsoy to Booovillc, says that
an express from Camp Scott, bringing dates to the
lOtb inst, fivedajs later than by. the mail, has just
Numerous letters by this report lol nonman
within one and Capt. Narcey within two tiars
march of Fort Bridger.
It is settled that troveroor cnmmintrs Kit con-
sideiable dutroat of the Mormons and ineir prom-
The army would break up their camp and march
oa the Capitol by tbe 15th inst.
there would ue an emcient ana weu arnseu lure
ot 2.500 men.
ProvisioBs were plenty, and the men were eager
for the command to march.
Tbe testimony la the case of Gen. Jim Lane was
concluded to dir. and to-morrow is fixed for tbe
argument, fobiic opinion is too mucn mviaea io
predict tbe result
VINCENNES, June 27
Ths steamer Kale Esrchell was wrecked and
literally torn to pieces in attempting to run orer
the dam at the lioeks, twenty nvs miiea oeiow
hers, aa lbs Wabash. AU oa board were saved.
Ths boat was owned by the Messrs. Dmeoocbell
Br of Ml Vernon, Ind. Valued at $l,s0;
no insurance. About $t.0 freight an board,
which was totally lost. Ths accident took place
oa Friday, the 25th inst.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT
WASHINGTON, June 28
Mayor H. C. Wsan, Assistant Quartermaster of
tba army, died this morning from hsmorrhsgs of
FURTHER BY THE MOSES TAYLOR
NEW YORK, June 28.
Farther advises by the Moses Taylor stats that
tbe Legislators of Nicaragua havs refused ta ac
cept the will of President Martinrs for law and
rejected M. Brlly'e application for aa uter-oceaaie
railroad rroea urwaaaa ta rusuejo.
Geasral Lamar is a boat ts leave Nicaragua.
Carreroa has been elected President of Uuate
mala for life.
Martia Kara La died recently In Guatemala ia
NEW YORK, June 28.
Ths tesmer Empire City from
arrived at this port at midnight bringing as pas
senger Mobs. Belly, ths French Ageat ia Central
America. - -
Ths Empire City p eased ths rtesmsr Arctic
cruising outside ths harbor of Havana.
Markets. Sugar active for fins grades aad
Freights lrmar for Europe bnt slightly declined
ta the States.
Exchsnrs oa Loadoa HQUi premium; North.
era ports HgH premium; New Orleans tgH
Ths frigats Wabash was to sail for Key Wast ta
NEW YORK, June 28.
Capt Thomas Dunham was dangerously subbed
aa Saturday Bight at Blanehard'e Hotel, Broad-
wav. bv a vonaa- lawver named Edward a. Ander-
mom. Both parties with their families are board
er at tba Hotel. Jealousy is said to bare beea
the eanaa. Mr. Dunham's woaad is said to be sf
a danrarous character. He is oas of ths trm ef
Daaaam A Diotow. shipping msrebaats. Anders
soa is arrested. Bail refused.
ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA!
HALIFAX, June 28
The steamship Arabia, from Liverpool the 19 lb,
arrived this sfternooo.
Sbs passed tha Africa oa the 13lh, bound east
June 2ii noon, passed a sloop-of-war supposed
to be one of the Telegraphic Expedition, steering
west in let. 53:56, loo. 30:0S possibly the Niaga
ra. From position it would appear that the spot
for nniting the cable had not quits been reached.
;Tue Arabia reports a gals from west socth-wsst
on the 25th. The Weather oa ths whole not so
moderate as osual in June.
Ths Indian Empire was to have left G si way en
the 13tb, but as she was entering that harbor the
struck a sunken rock whi?h, though not injuring
her, caused a detention till the ltftn.
Tbe steamer New York was going to pieces.
The City of Washington aad Njrth Amencaa
arrived out oa the 17th.
Great Britai. In the House of Lords oa ths
lTtli, tbe Bishop of Oxford called alteulion to ths
Spanih slsre trade, lie Contended that ths
present threatening state of affairs in the West
was occasioned by baring so long petmitted
Spain to br? ak her treaty engagements.
Lord Brougham strongly opposed the policy of
Earl Milmsbury deeply regretted that ths ef
forts of England to suppress the slsvs trade had
not been seconded by other nations. lie hsd ad.
mittcd to tbe Amerieaa Government that as a
question of international law England was not sa
titled to ths right of visit or search, but be had
also put it strongly to the Amerieaa Government
whether they would continue to permit their fU4
to be prostituted to the vilest of purposes, aod had
arged lbs necessity of sn Ocean police, and that
sous anderstanding should bs coins to between
ths different maratims aatioas which would ena
ble the nationality of the vessels to be clearly
verified without any danger of a Lreacb of inter,
national law. lie had erery reason to believe
from a conversation with the American minister,
that some such srrsngemenl might bs come to.
With reg-ird to Spain it was notorious that hither,
to the moral support of Eogiaud had materially
aided ber ia resisting the wishes of the United
States to annex Cuba; but if she still persisted ia
supporting tbe slave trade, it was highly probable
that ths present anxiety of Great Britain would
be exchanged for indifference.
Earls Gray and Aberdeen absented to Malmsba
ry's definition of international ia the Commoua.
Ou tbe ISib. debate took place on the American
II r. Pnxgerald made a similar statement to that
of Ma'mebu.-y. In tbe debate a general temperate
spirit wss manifested.
Mr. Hoc buck stated that the language osed ia the
American Congress was nnworthy of a great coun
try. Ibey bad alwava asenmed that England
wished to insult them, but he hoped tbey would
now learn that they bad no such de-ire.
Tbe debate in the Lords was the general topic of
remit K in tbe prrsa.
The Times congratulates the country on having
taken a position against the right of visit .or
There had been a serious collision oa tbe London
A Northwestern Railway, near Hudderaticld. 12
wounded and three dead.
Demand for money was growing more active
and couhtieoce in business growing more reri
The sppointmeot of De Sang'.e as Minister of In-
tericr gives general satistaclioa ia r ranee.
Arrest continued in Parts.
Ares Scbeller. tbe celebrated painter is dead.
The King of Be'gium was visiting Victoria.
Prussia, it is rnmored, was to increase ber army.
The Crown Piinceasot Sweden had given birth
to S fine son.
The Danish election had resulted in favor of the
ministry and against the claims of the German
Tbe insurrection in Candia had ended peaceably
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, June 28th.
Advices from Sierra Leone, May 22nd, state that
the brig Caroline Gibbs, from Bjston, arrived oa
the 15th in tow of tbe British steamer Electra. cap
tured as a slaver but released as a lawlul trader.
The schr. Gen. Scott, captured as a alaver was
also brottsht into port since the 1st of April. The
schr. W iotemorien for Boston, the brig R. M.
Ciiarletoo for Savannah, the brif Almedo for Bos
ton, and the barque Minnetonda for New Tor
bare been captured as staveri since Saturday mor
24 death from son-stroke have occ tired in this
city and Brook yn. To-day baa been the hottest of
II. e reason.
Henry Dwiebt. tlie WJ1 Street broker, connect
ed with the Alton BR, was released by Judge Bas
se! on bU own personal recogoizance. ,
During the thunder storm Is-st evening the house
ot Jamrs Post, Risler, L. 1., was struck by light
ning, killing one daughter and bevlly injuring an
other. Dyer Ames, a Wall street broker was drowned
kutnigbtat Yonkers while bathing. Mr. A. was
ni il recently, C .turner of tbe Farmers Bank at
Briil et.ott, Ct.
Hon. Robert T. Conrad, ex-mayor of Philadel
phia, die-1 at Lancaster yesterday.
Hon. Job Tyson, ex-member of Congress, from
Pa , died in Montgomery Co, yeattrday.
CHICAGO, June 28
Rcpor's from Dsrotsh Territory state that ths
Tank tm Indians, three thousand ia noon ber, are
committing depredations oa white eeitiemet,ts
along the Minnesota River. Cause, dissatisfaetioa
because snnuiues now doe are not oetng paid oy
the Government ; therefore they intend to re
cover ihrir lands mod drive the wnites away. Tbey
havs destroyed tie village of Medary, burnt the
town of Flandrao, and ao emigrant train Bear Me
dary was plundered. The settlers were concen
trating at Minnesota Falls, preparatory for defen
WASHINGTON, June 28
A decided stand baa beea tmken ia relation to
Central American affairs. The Governments of
several states will atones be informed through oar
Mioiitsrs that lbs Administration is determined ta
any event to sustain all ths roates and interests
which hsve beea secured to ear eitiseas ny grants
and charters ia that quarter.
The Secretary of tbe Interior has rendered aa
mportaat decision ia the ease of the alleged pro
prietors of Superior City, oa ths quetioa involvs
ing conflicting pre-emption claims. Tha oatest
ants failed to show that tbey bad settled oa any
unimproved lands for theii sws bears t, and it waa
ia mvtdemes that they were employees of ethers,
ander whose direction sad tor whose beasfit they
acted ; therefore their claim fat invalid aad order
ed to be eaaoeled. This decision establishes the
precedent that neither ths acts of 1341 or 1344 for
the relief of eitiseas of towns oa lbs lands of, ths
L". S. refers to towa sites sol already occupied as
sack mt the time of their passage, aad that ths
parties must be actually occupants of tba sown ta
order to moiov ths sdvsntaces thev confer.
Attorney Qeneral Black, foetus aetrr U amoral
Brown, aad Secretary Cobb, accompanied by En
gineer Bowman, bare left for Philadelphia ia or
der to arrange for tha buildings for tbe Courts,
Custom House snd root Omeo in that eity.
Gov. Sibley, of Minnesota, arrived kera this
Burning to attend m person to ths important busi
ness of that Stats.
BOSTON, June 28
Boa. Robert H. Kelson, lata Jadgs oa tbs beach
of the Superior Court, died yesterday at the Mo
Lane Insane Asylum ia BomerviUs.
Ths thermometer hero to-day racked id ia tbs
BOSTON, June 28 Dry Goods.
T) LACK DRESS SILKS A LARGE
X) nrh. loslrreos lotas' BLACK DRESS blLKSmmre
bcn rerrired at S3 Suo-ik.r St .
BLACK UmXoS SILKS are better, hnr mr aad cbeam-
eruaaeser. imaai t. KAlBU.Ml a t,u.
BOSTON, June 28 Dry Goods. Hotels.
THE OaK GROVE HOUSE.
rVf UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS IS
V- JwOW OPfcM. Tbia pdc i mrruauded by a tlehfhu
fai iTtrrt acd ta a root aaa. rHrtmhtms reaurt dunru the nia
aaerawBiha. 1 here sk jtljuzm m. taa ticinitr ! me cuf
atra otTeil to pem ni daaarinr to recreate bettarr iadar
rat3a. Faties wnvhiaa: aa ancrBua ertaie-mraf . will
tsu D daMi with the? fai-i! il ea avaursisad.
C7 HKPHlCKHUENli of rnvmry TaHety Nnislwd a
um oraar oi gifettata. nnn AiB-JOavaa.
Seawca aUr)t Hi;nrB
raraaera raa be arcomawdatrw. junll tl3w IJ
. Fur Pemanent and Traaiieat ,
NO. 4 Uilalt STstKKT,
mris-rf CLKVELAjjP. OHiO
bUUDIU liutse, Colambni, Otiio.
VTEWLY FINISHED AND FCR
AS slslted amd op. med to ime public la Uereasber 1K6S.
So pains shall .amine om our part om ka uieGOOD
ALE HOUSKwamiadesimi brtraralersandi-nouraarsal
lAe Capital of ih.rn.ale. JAMti A. BAHl L't.
fcbj ifs J W I QLLIKB. Hrorretora.
f ANHATTAN HOTEL Noa. 3, 6
A.T J- I and M array ttrwat. Id door iroaa Br-atwar. oa
atAtsU-tha Park. New York- Hamnafc rim$,
a. H C.Jf
BOSTON, June 28 Dry Goods. Hotels. Medicines.
JJ to tie Ailuiiren of a FinTilead or
RICH GLOSSY HAIR.
Talk of b-aoif. It .inane exist wr.n-.wt a d. hand ml
la,r. ib-n ra.l lb. f.llo,,, irf ,, , L.jTma.
eirmlar erooad .aca bott-, aod aoeMcamiu
PROFESSOR WOOD'S HAIR
KESTOKATIVK -W. cl to. at,e,aio. of eTl"d
tT -,H "f'"11'1 sray hair-enrvr. the bead nf ihe
a-f ilTiV 1' "'-"' dan.l,..d, j.rT
I BJxsJ all CH:taaWaaum s m ,U 1 . V - .
, (ni Qeora.ii eini . i.,nk, rfra
unt fur lb hair wnl prettc vcoi4H k-wa,it .
The A cm i l.ir Pr,C ur.m.i'. u ... i .
Ha a, net veJ the 'wijwiiab; leiuc tB icnrtl ti u
turauTS, s lew wcwlu 110.4 ;
LnvmwrMtii Sir . I la wss ,a.,. . .a . l.
o or mrf Oti my head Tor m rr- tliwAi a. Mr a-w as,. ka.
ro tataCBi out, fc arf ami hair e:lw I uw ;cw
t vtri rrr arrM "Wyum Hut kAttvt.i-'tiwr' aaxrare
I ended at to w uore os the lt of Ai.nl Ut an 1 inn-s.
ad one tKrttle to try it. aet) I ,mM to aar aatntactinii it waa
tha thimt; H Tamovaa tba ararf aad aew baabK3oto
rrrrw-. tt ia now tw.s or thr-a tuchn ia leah wdera it waa
illotf. I ha- (feat fnith ia it I wTt, vov tu aatMi at a
two roetta aaorv bv Mt. Poet, tbe bearer of ilus 1 dt-Vt
know a any ot te kiatl u asd intbii rl.-t?. Ta lavay twre
aavartet for sauav Ixitti-a altera is itBowa here.
itwnwiinmpcct. HL lis PRAtT
w. . PHIL-OLF-n-v, Sent.-, TkS
Prof. Wood Dear Sir : Yo ir rtmir Resiiiniiw . nm..
In; itaatl bentncnl to m. Tha irotu u 1 alaotbe bark
Dart tx bv keal airiKjst l.aat iU cavenrtaj ;u furrt bLd I
tuive nwJ bat two half pint bottle of voar Rewtorativt
ik1 bow tbe ntof nt bvasi 11 wil ataeideti with a irtai
intrrrooor foanc bair. anl tha lriaitaili prr!tu.ti
taffiietit I have trirti tn ber preuaralioiie wi hoot aur biv-
ai whatavar. I thi trn ni peiaoaal -niawtitia-Uaa
1 -ni iaJ'Ka nam txbar to tir it
iaunreeaTCilLUij, v. H. THOMAS M u.
IS. 44 Viae strat.
Vinccifircs, TaV, Jao 25. 1853
Prof O. J. Wool: At too. ar alMNif tu aaaiiuf.inrs .nil
vend -our racentlr di-jvtrrd Hur K-orativ 1 will
ataie, U hauwaT rt may eotkcena. Uial i have maad k
aa.1 kaywi iKbara to ana h thai, I have ffar awvra Tear.
awwikiiM hat.it of au fr othr Hur K-Mntiwwa,aBiJ thai
1 niati voont vajUlr riDrrtr tiar txhrrr I .im. It a-iairsiw
eieaiABaath hnaui -4 davnelruS. and with una) aaonth'. prnper
aaa wui rawora aav orrauL'a uir to tna oritnii 1 ynui hi 111
color and tcttura. rmna; it a health. ft and (ItHWr o
aaraikca; and all ttua. without diMMW)it taa haoL'a tha
apmr U, ur thairaa ua hiclt it uropa. 1 wtMi'tl iherei'sre
recommertl tin mam to avery otaa deetfotw ot IvaviibaT a 4tva
CtAwur aad lexture 10 hair.
aVaafHrcUBlii roair, WIL&ON KISO.
O. J. WOOD It CO , Prr.afiatOTm.11i BroaJwar. K. Y.
(im tna rreat N. V. Wire RAiuaf -.ahliaiuooatj ud L14
Market ft reel, St Louis. Mt
And tessj by ail rtx-i oruerata. mhdftwim
Till CELEBEATKD UOLLAND HtUUDT FOR
DISEISE OF THE KIDXETS,
WEAKNESS OP ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And laa vanoaw atT-taWwa cnManawat ap a ihaardattral
STOMACH OR LIVER,
ttnrh lB.Htrrrtio-,. AndiHr of tiV!ae-. Coltckr Paini
Heartbura. IjQ oi Aispeiita, ie--uiiiravw. v 3iiYKnv,
Bhnd ml BI-h1'" Pi !-. In all NVrrta. RtFamtic. al
Nvara'ete Artwtitn. i ha-ia a'lrti-. tuun"-a pma.
hif i it beateu'-ial and m here ent-d a Js C!tld aurtt.
This ta a part! r vctfta'-le rom? 'Oiml. prertarenl im s' rtrtlw
ari ntiiir nrtnci 'aa. after tha nTawr of tha Mlebraloal
H -It aod PmrVtwor. Boar have. BtscaMae ol rv araai mocctt
in moat nk the Ktiiwoean Ktataa, iu latrt-i-vc't-a into the
U'Ht'-tl Mto latriitleti nure sjmtpsMmUr UT tivsmeofoitr
fatlierlaiu) avatterd hora arvl them uvar l ktfm ot ihia
iichtf cubtt. Meetiav wuh creat teaa aoisHi tlafai,
bow offer it t the AtBerwaa puo.it-. kaowinx th.-il ita
UolT wistvsJr'rttii raetliciDal virt ne- ni'is'. ha ark'sowlesjfed.
It is partita la ri iwowaiawrawied to ttboaa pe-rtKtta wh.
sjaaati)uiiotiBriu:T haeeoeaa unt.tireJ br tha c tj.!.-.ata
Oaer oi ardent spinta, or o bar kroii uf tii;&a mb. tiea
erailr intantaie-ot'Bin affart. it tsw-tn it w.iv direct It to ( Ita
anat tile.thni::mr and uirfcentn Trr t-trre raijUivf ap
tue arortDiiaC so,m,aau, ia lasn, uuakqc mew tea tin. aiui
NOl'lCE WhvwaToeetar.nthi a rwaerara wOt
twa siisnrmiated: bat to taMtark. MI aod low IM riled. It
wilt I'nvve a rraieiuiaruataitfdial, iwt.aea-ad u alo,dlar
The Treat poTmUnteotht lehrht fnf Aroma ha ltarliitr
ad minf linilatKHea wntch tba p'it'lich.ul'J cufd f4iiitt
sn rr. limine U not iBBnuadrd to bti auvth-oa alae an til
vuu ;iave Jivea Bf iiav-ti'. HnHnml Hittrs a fair trial. One
B"tt'e a III rtscvioce yo now inaniiaif susentr mo i
r SU at (U0 per t ottle, or fix bottle IV he
BENJAMIN PAGE. JB. k CO..
PharmicfatisU md fhealsts.
(to'd ia OaaivaH br fiavlortl k Hsmnrmd. Wilt
rim.r.S M-irieni-e, F V' r-mrrS ll. Dr Caa.
AeDrW Beata-ka Broe . anti UnwTiaB ranentiu.
VEGETABLE PILLS, PER BOX,
Greea Sioaaiaia Chatawveat, ...
ixt Srx. 25 era
paar imim, Ok
Vt:raa.d A toe Meaaedf
Dy-enterr Ss nip
do " '
, B-.r boT. Ur
...... ...per hutiLj, f-e
da I 5t
Merstusi a Ltenac Cjtlwtcoa ,
C;naduberr File Maiedjr.H.
5wr rovf e
HiL-TrufUJ, Tiambull Co , O 41, arrk T. oT.
I he sahrcenirVtAai: I hare rtsje deal ir ia tha GraJrra-
berf. M-dmnt for ike pat re tr, a truly ay that 1
have newer oiiered a r meutc-taes iu ina puuc m uan
a et wok thr aa re l"cwer-i ajHirsAbuitoa . j ine peopia ttiak
tteae. particulivrly the P.ila a td Cainoliroa. Thof will
ra-asjilr partnn ail and more thaa is pruaaiaad for tasaa. 1
have aoid avrx-tu aivv bo ilea ot toe ctHuiu-a um paaieoa
m. aaVl 1 h af Ua Deal r.-sdits in evr-nr raa
J. IL C JOHS-ON. Mad. AfX.
Raad wliat Dr. Boatiaell aajnt of tbe Uralfraberv Hod-
iciBes. Ir. B naptivaicLAM x exiaaetre ur-ctice, aou
one otf lha aaoat atBaiai w tlM CvjaUjr ( L'nuuUiiU j ia
Wasirh vo rvtauuea :
1 at ccruiea that I have aacd 'be GniTenheTT Fill in
MavnhaU'ataAMoaai H l. Joooaot., la
mi brae tea lo aa; arilira tmUitsacisW. They axa gumm
ur. w. w. ousn.t ava-.
HartJord. TnLaaball Co.. O . Sdarrk 7. W-
Wcst BKawFORB. CoBhoetiCo . May M,3T,
Mr H II KiDcaler Str I have beaai aallrBtr tha mmr
eiace oi tba Oradatiwrff LOapaar lor taw iaa tea vaara.
mi id have laanablr looad tttatm to fiva fxi auiaiacuoa
ami tha Rtlia I have au.tl taaeraal maov aatiBillre -a raci-
Urlr aa iketr tea aod cod. uJ with my trade tkwy haro
aWcoaa a aiapie rucw. Mvraaai v 1.101 ataw; v auBw-r-ivmii
a rvesjKnae taat haa doue a creat aaat oi aod la k'e aaJo
Il.ea.ma Oim. laul v I sanhl tt trttAlial MmM It. t aBO had n
eaived aMeet-(d irjm titva tisjctla than aha did traa a lumm
sMMTao of aaavdieal tiaaiBMot hy um afoot fKilirul -hatiaas.
iMira, truij, sah r. j wiljuis,
Far hf ait djatnu mod BMdiciua daataiau Otuo
H M. kl.t4i,kV. ClavettABal,
wbC-fslrw " t,-ns-i) A rft fr- rb n
BOSTON, June 28 Dry Goods. Hotels. Medicines. Physicians Surgeons.
B MORTON, M. D., Phjsopathio
T Krtartic Phvera aavxl 9anreoa).-t. laaa at Mtd-
wilerv aad Uieeaaaaoi wJavia au t an era, u. atun,
Tiim ksAVbiuaT kscxtxed hiraawU ia -tua uise. ia reads la at-
taawt tat ji ,-iia in Ina PrwirwAtisa. ioxu' at hie utbcm ft at
their privaia dwsoUtaca. Dr M. divarda at I auiauM of
wetrr oaat-rsattAsBj, euatr ajiaoral, aaiamai vecotabta), a-td
aaoar redocaa turn hatiaii'a Ucore tiaata hot atoipiT raaaov
iBe otestii-i-i. ataittlaxaluuaa ha lha MjtUm J
aea it a aaaoicaiHsa..
r-dsaaf iAacibiI with daaaiea of tha Liear. LaLura. Kii-
Beys, ttf aeo. Nesjraicta, lud aia' 10a, Rhuasatt-iB ia it tier
aatasmaa-s ewntl issattsasl sal tke EslVr-U. UlllLSa Ajfeet veti.
Uravei. "irrot 4.au swel4Ueaal t'lretl. CaUsarera, Fiataiaa
laapaiMiaa 01 Lha itMxal. er aav Lrraoic or Urn VaMirtf
diaeaaea. diaaaars L-ui tar 10 l icnai am-a aa so
BrreaiAja PrAiu L'tatria. I aiijsjri hatga, hr , are ioeat-
rm to cau. 11 u aatwwi t- iirsuMiH at miatv wpufiy
SAXttk-aLt-d to Dtaeaaea wfChtldraav.
Dr. M. haa a -ore. aula and averwT BtiUaf roeaedy far
Fftxr abd A'ua, t bwaera, OhoiciwHuroaa. 1 yae-tTT aod
i)iAtm.Cutic,VrivlmJok.yiw,b iU mmd Soaa-aa, tjaavt-
ad w ita a.-ere-a.
FT' Ur M saaiea j?aTiwd to treat avareeaerntr- FETFitS
o? ua varvxi t ijpea tsjc ' bar with all otvr itarm of aruta
Jiwaarira 1 his i ao action of irtaaiaaisoa o tba braia,
bat tavrtit dedurtaa from ieitiT-Ave raadra ta lha keiorm or
New Sclvul Sjizem 01 sttskw, and a tlawjrouh raawiiaa: ot
lha vaVTeoaeeoaotda at phy- c aad ateiM 01 Drmctioa, aod a
fratueinlhoad and aa atlwoi mt if otln-uisj.
lir M aill kee? ouo(atlr oc haaal aod mr -ale aD
kuideoi' 90 1'AN IC Ms. U1C1N BasfiwMaadowiajjMwnda,
ttart area Bod rape, weh as are usaaiiy kt4 ia Bauas.i.
law-iir- sod I kim4auaB Urava Sitirea. Aias. all 04 leva
loUtaa liieiedies. aud a tarre numb- rol Cuo: pa aDal a, prr
tarad byhimaatl ua Raaaauiai Aarawta, Bawiiaa) wtuch ara
in r. wm: LijraiMtura tfrroa t mw waaueniaef
Milk Weed.a -s5VrTTT-am remdT tr tne Dvapeoaia, iaea.
AatawB iwua lila. nrtuaieelv aor ia Lj sanative
HtiLttra. AjdU'Dvapuc Ptwiara; luuth-Actaa itropa. which
iwver ail itroT; Eva-Waior a never li'l:g rtm4f lor
lira ttaaM iftaii -aaar aiauiriaa, ttf caa-
herar'lajoael saOlsjuth a ranaia aad taed ewe;
It Htl BailltnjtB ta x ess us! sa auevta larnj t-nr, tvx .
M i B-ti olT Mr'ik. CtierrT, tor OUsT, Colda. Branrh ttia.
Cauauatipuo all Uaav-aa-e f the LaQXa; knaatotic
ijuiusBtorPiiu KiitOT.aftapertvvrertacla" to ai r oo IB
uae fur i atenu I ox external mtmlMtatioa; a Sot-areaT-a Rib
edv (ur the Ciio.era; Mothers Cordi.il r a eaaaua k'nead,
aiti cxbtr articiea too aaiMrov to ar nan.
fjN. B. lBrlitalax AUrnliua wilt be pard la traat.
ia: 4ll old (,'hrtraic aod Private Diwaaca, to rieaaieo tde
blood of all ilMBBirbtd hnaaVJva Dr. M doea aot aretead t
m rhetlaad. btit he doeaolaiBB thai bo ancare all etu
able Dianwi aa aawav ifiat ara raadeiad iMrmii .
OiTU e, No loft Lnia hi. iLMtdeoca, o. la) Cborck
aV 1 'trvalaaA Wei Aide.
CI P- I br. M. won 11 ay hat be m ?ree Oae 5ta
deui arod ehaaca tahia OSK-a to re-d Me-lxriiia a d Ha
vanoui ibrartchoa. n i il fciH'Wt ,'tJP 111
Otttxt lit SartwaH'a Blank, rhientf atreot. aarBor fbia
Mit RAtdtm Jfe, ill PsUarorfh Ct-araaavad, Q,
Real Estate Agents.
-A GRIST ANDSAW SllLL-iut Pur.sal aKmd
aoce of a. as miles by lL.i.roa-1 from Cle.u a. aear m
aiicM , ia Z 1 or'er tut mo. -r i eiirS bnelsaan
W.IUich.ne. 'a pait fcilssMhrn
44 ACKU-Nrar -be La a a re.' milee from Va hd
f, b my .o.; .h.d. .Vlr. "raTI
.r"''C"tUm-'- " "'
SToSl' ; UWBLLINO LOT-Wetl lorst.S te a ammtrm
r Hi a v"sv.''i '"'"Ite 'or a ama I larut
vmalniTei trBM sad S mf viaea; u exraas. lor a
Pl.tysiwi ad Vira t Lou .exrbtDar f r a .esalt
jamwaxtm. car; or a swase a k,: w.,Uoeat.Uin toe
AT ErCLtD STATIOH aw arrs of land mil black
sndr i "am, Un.1. F Sue e-lt.ratl.., wnL a uada.icr of
rboua fr..n sad aouie limlsrv Iss dwellnes aud two
uarus and a r-fa lint sprier water: apt. S acres, k mt
J u. I. a T b of Iks Stata; rick loaaeji solt. To cacaalcm
lor a cood iiupruv.d tnu. als..
WaiKaj. IN WILLOLOHBT-Outh. Lakesboro
CouJ s.i. sud ! ittnoM, wuk a atreamoi waiar asm
e.41 Mrso'e It nM.
HU HON CO -rarm of 110 acres I ml:, from B. B.
statu.' focd O.W aou-e sad bar", orebard. me : welt
uk BXNT-! story DweUini House nn Lake st-trs.
U .h . '' ' rt at la.
Real EUtaie Asmeta.
HOISE efc JEAMAGS
No. 59 Sanerior Strpt nn
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
i;txD BtslNlSS PHOPEstl'V-A leasehold welt
lo.-3te. le.eeetrl partot the err. A co-ner lot 105 br
lajleet witb xuod bundion. The bnildines .ua a
S reus will be t acbamred at m very low mricm im a aouam
aud lot r A maru laada.
atiOOD t-AUX-Aiwat Krni'es from tlieCrv Plank
Boad oi res wi:h eood hone . nara aad orchard eik s
nn of otter fruit sot! send aoam amd atU wateted.
aa al kks iroe mile ama ol th eity lha mm plmavk
Rtxitt. W ti t extaaisce sjc a tarva.
ijKTROlT Ml' -Hl4lals ( UhU..J Ta aaem
br lua ire .wuhaliada aad Uuu iree--wO axrhaaa for a
US LAKE SHARG-iatAllM-mma. saf Waa m-T-.
two (. Acrea, wtui a aaaa.1 AWtaae aod urrard aod i arret)
of i iiuli-r. To aUhavaco lor a htiaa aiad lirt aIM ata Wamaax
bide prtHorraJ. ,
LOHAIS T -KVNJd ItsjaTj HofmBO Batd Lot to a
for a eenall turn
V At AN f LOTS- Two food Iota mm Garde. St..
low lJT euih or oti time
. to Mil
TO kkMl- A Ku A RDINA n.fr.Viit. asaa.
vm for a larf autubar a Board era. welt located aaar to
I LIB D Ia ebt LEaal s-a(.V. Bma arrsVaTsnil tasml sv .rt nelka
wlvum cava oe rawUad.
At, ali ory UetHttf Hmaa aa B.nd St , with wafr
ud btm--930s1, a atory aDwaOUag Himmo em Deuikt St
&O0SE fc JFNNINGS.
Baal V at ta and 1 qgqrantre Aret".
FOK RENT. A Three Story Urick
ThuikKsiAT ami TO aateat exmaaaaai as.... .V sal-.. . . . .. s.
aioohaviiiff Larae h-eawel. arnuaxed f. r a Maaatartariac
aioeaa abuadaai otrwar caa aa aupplted. Alao, ebajtiimf
B-..W auraarrd whtclk caa h arcisatJ at a tw vjtcb.
Will be riaUd iBtuaa err two yaavr.uf. iivorab e ' n-
Api.lv u ktOCSE ft JK.VNi.NG9.
FOR SALE TKU3iliLLL CO.
A LARGk. ANU TALUAHLfe. FAKM-340 Act
wuhl iiweiiiae Huaaee. one very latrt-amj Auawit.t bara
Suet.a aad ulbar taraa btiild Qxa: 1 orctaartia aeauI an sw-rsam
Umber. Soil a.ieaiv loam auad weit Wealed.
KA-ST CLv.tLAN 1 e rooi one to tuiaa at-ma of Had
at uistioB of pirrna?r. with a cood two etury bnt k Ho aa:
a ij ru and iare auatsW at ibi traea A desirable ptoo
B(iy. 3 tillers lrum i-.eC-iO.rt Koua bf Eoc id P uk Road.
-Asi tLavaLaUNiurvtaiU Hutwa, Kuti d
Orchard. T m Ire rr.-m tite cit,v aud a hun Uutai:oo froaa
ths lbucltd Plank&aajd. Will aaUoaavitairoi'ibe wliola.
V O H S A L t OR TO B.XCHA.VOE
TATERV STANO-Ai a Station oa one of the pnaei
pal luitrood't irma the cilf, 0 uaitea tiiataaL, a lance aadj
ail 1 oaaurctei buimiiu rnrul e-ery rouTtM. keaca wiia M
:reeof 'ajd. -Uctaai;a ior aat iaB(read farm
L1 TON CU -ItU 1 erraoa lb . ir l.i.i- B V tvran. Tsn-
ledsj to C'hitaaTa. one lulle I run a - - avaal aavb ftr-i atatll'
Bilrtt irue- the Co'ioiy tat; a:o.
v im. u.-t.M.-w'-itiiDe LeravMswoar y alley, s o acrea aa
Senne laud. Drains and iivtir tvrrna. with ftm ttmlxar
aurrtttJiadttd by aattlemNBta, to 1jC a laxaa lb, ihia
or in Jj Mniu C'-outic.
j avej u,,u baa suck witb aatate tnooey to arvianfa far
a Huoaa and leOt wlaacity. well 1 asleJ auid aar to taa
l i BtNT A More ia a rad tow bwivaaa, a Coaa.
ty So -t dvoaMi: 36 Miiea froaa the Cuj Htjtrm ax(aaaad ara.
TO KENT- Two atory Brick Hooae oa Joheaoa atraat
twm BaiAkulea walA troam f at OArra.
e9 Heau Lu de A res ta
FOH SALK. A handsome Country
keuidsrtice Oa Mowbu ra; rod. 3 aauea froaa imm Cort
HttWAa. A fia lane house aod a arrea ot lavod. with A
ha tea r wVabwU of ciwice I nut Uaea. Caa. aa tsWuchx at a
A SMALL FARM S3 acrea. U of mile from the fira
dopt rrw the City, mm omm oi ta- principal bAilnrada
Stt blai-k aaody Itaaaa, exceileat for fadaruM cr tmujf
panpwa4. itn two eood orchauda. ma. Wui bn aaiid at at
aucritst:e if applied tor aEtoai.
CbUAH &r -Om aatie froaa Uio city lizw. a Cottae;
Huae and aUra. aoarly aew. sad 3 acrea oflaisd, wilh,
jwmt brantis ;aet trs-ei Will aeUtirient.
'AK-H Ok' 1J8 ACKL is oniea from tha eitr: rood
a il and tjiindiofa aod wall watered, with aa orciiai-d
chiac fruit. :tt oar B ia
'ia SALE OR EXrHAXftE l.Ontf ACRk" O
coal and iron ore lanlm at i p tit acre
la Peuti.yivaBsAiWm.teet oas P.ttbura; near tha Pei a
ayivaiatM lutlroead assd C.oal; hravy timbered Uuida and
toimi tor fmrmiuf purpoeea, with a one fosjc vein of bita-
amllatMia) CUCAI aOa) VClaU Uf 11WB or varjKK lal taiCKnmrxam t ruswsj
15 to4 luchtfa ri ilvjrt nlaanla la tads ara ofts-red tm
exchaaga Mar Waaler laoda at tba kiW rica of $id paar
S Hue nor atrtiet.
USSEL'S FIRE AND Water Proo
PA r K NT Ad anted to all kiadaof Jmusjtv SteeuaUM
aud Cur Oec.avc-. c.
H tm a u a aaa .miia valnabla mvent loa for Boat or tna
Cuuniiew in the -taee yf hw and looiaaa. for aala at lau
mm ftsr -aah or avatiabie arv-perty ApplT to
1 'I w. S - K w I t .i. T-iea-'fTr "IT -
BELOW COST !
JTa. 61 SCPEKI0E ST., CLITVTXAJil) ,
Has eoncladed to eontinae the sals of Jiis an
rivaled assortment ot
WALL PAPER BELOW COST
30 DAYS LOXGEK.
WaU Psaar t US will bo aaid fee H eta
amdAm'aPaaee arts acts will as sold for X
- cts , U)o
- SScta - Me
liH rts - sets
" IS eta " eta
A Large Stack
BORDERS AND DECORATIONS
WILL BS SOLS
ix im f x o ? i t ! s.;
Ladies and bajerj art roqaasted ta eaQ nil
aBtins foods and priaes,