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FRIDAY M1SMM1, MAY 30, lt4. " !
FTTELIBEZD BY '.-,
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' 1 14a aEr1afU. .
t . ;
ATTatlea la Need al a Bletorr af lia On.
. Ia Goldwia SsiiUi's letter to Whig
tnembet. of ths Southern. Iadepsndenss
AssoeialioB, tasr ooears ths sMUnect
(fast in the beginning of onr eiTil war
"Americans felt nndaly sensitive to the
. opinions of European nations, became thej
wanted that solid growth of history, which
: gWej s permanent character to a people, i
t In ibis thought is embodied material for
rejlooJoa. It is. undoubtedly troe that
.aliens, being bat aggregates of individ
' ub), are !tea guilty of the earns follies
and weakBtsses whioh characterise
' Individuals. The deferenoe paid to men
: of great wealth, to mem of noble family,
"asad specially t men in whon family
wealth, renown, and in'eileotual culture,
.have continued for several generations,
-is almost universal, Men whoa minds
; ve been divested of narrow Tiews by
liberal stcdy and extensive intercourse
with the world, never entirely free them
selves of a certain foolish and unreasona
1 ble reverence for what . overpowers and
awes Ihe maises of mankind. Botifm&n-
,.kicd is thai affected by individual great
Bess, real sr tactlthraa, ay mmmH la lill
' greater awe of that antiquity of nations
which stretohes through a thousand years
, or more of vigorous growth. The Ameri
v cab. as toon as his feet toaoa the soil of
; the old world, feels that he is in the midst
of venerable antiquities. Everything an
tedates, by many hundreds of yearn, the
oearliest historical reoords of his own
eoontry. The graveyard oontains the
remains ' of fifty generations. The
" bhurohes and, cathedrals are redolent
l.wilh that relieious liaht and awe with
whioh gTy centuries ean alone crow
.' them. ' The institutions, the' law
; the customs, the history of the people are
- all moss grown and they inspire reverenoe
that may be either wise or foolish. What
ev its nature, it is, notwithstanding, felt
'.by all men., The effect of a history rua-
.. ning through a ihouaand years, is maul
fest likewise in the nation, enjoying such
a treasnre. From the fact of onr brief
f "history as a nation, John Ball has been
wont to smile condescendingly, if at all,
f upon the poor fledglings who had no 1
1 erature, and bo history of which they could
..boast. English travelers in this country,
o almost uniformly went home to print
' 1 wretchedly bad books about our people,
' books partly the creation of very, superfl
. eial observation bnt chiefly of a deep-eeat-
, d prejudice against a nation without
' history. One snarled and another snivel
' ei." One btrated our men and another our
y, women. One anappes at Republicanism,
r . and another scoffed at cur mushroom aris.
' Consequently our people manifested
petnlanoe with their E a glish critics. The;
j became angry with them and denounced
. them as stupidly malignant in . their at-
tacks upon Americans and Amerioan idet.8,
' whilst John Bull enjoyed the bussing
.' wrath he had ezoited, and, after reading
. ; ouz complaints, fell away into dreams
! plampaodiags that were eaten in the times
0 of Alfred the Qreat, or into visions of some
' a powdered anoestor of his own who lived
; in the tenth century and whose pioture
v gazed quietly down upon him from his
old ancestral walls. 1 ""
.' Bui this is all changed by our civil war.
The American people have compressed
1 aeataries of history into months. That
' Immortal valor of car soldiers, which out.
, Shines the most! splendid aohlevemente of
8r, England's armies, and whioh is known
and honored thraughont the world, has
"-"Blade a history for the young republic
. No' change has been more marked or more
ct decided among our people than the grad
it al bat complete emancipation through
which they are passing, from the domina
tion of European nations with a history of
centuries. The war has already broken
the fetters that bound as to European
ideas. The Amerioan people will revar.
. ' enoe what is good in the institutions of
i the old world, bat they never can be so
' sensitive to the opinions and notions of
II W. am a hiittrry of CUT OtCft. We
j have B history written in the hero-
o-ism of battle-fields baptized with the rich
' 1 set blood of the people. Out of this whirl
.. . wind of death which is sweeping over the
! land,a nation will oome forth with a history
Sublime with deeds of valor and sacrifioe
fB freedom's cause. Never Again will it
, be said that the iepubiis is a nation in
need of a history of its own. Our brief
century of history will stand in proud de
flanoe of the' thousands of years that have
- . rolled over England. -
A Nemloattoa that Oaaht ta be inade
V The name of Professor H. E. Peck, of
Oberlin, has been suggested in connection
-n, with the Union nomination for Congress
f . in the Fourteenth Congressional District,
and we are glad to see that most of the
'"! lending loyal journals of Northers Ohio
have taken special oocasion to endorse the
suggestion. Professor Feck is just the man
0 io represent the intelligent, patriot) o And
freedom -loving citiienso the Fourteenth
Dlstriot, and his election would honor
Ihem as much as that of their present
" drunken and Copperhead representative
disgraced them. . From the commencement
f of ths war, Professor Pock, has been en.
Cged with . noble, disinterested, devoted,
-v onflsggiBg seal in oaring for the comforts
' , and relieving the wants of our soldiers in
the field...) Ho, has given store time and. la
bor to this object, in an unofficial oapacitj,
than almost any other man in the, State'.
.Hardly an Ohio regiment but has felt the
' 1 good effects of his care and thought, and
were the soldiers consulted, no man would
reeeiv more! enthusiastic support' from
them than he. His character as aChristian
; gentleman, lis abll.ty and integrity, his
j af'tf-plavery principles and career, his ex
tended and powerful political infiuenoe are
all too widely known to .need any .special
' nlogyiVomws. We hope that the people
of the Fourteenth District will relieve
f i fthsmselves of the disgrace of being repre--i
ented in Congress hy , George BUss, by
: i-eleeUng Professor Peck to take is plaoe.
-t,i A vardiet was recently rendered ia the
t'fl' k Court of Common Pleas, against
; the Asaerioan TelegTaph Company, lor a
mistake in a dispaioh ordering 600 shares
i.rof Hudson svook to bo boaghtth word
(BsdMB.fcatnng been left oat. !. .. .
''.ttA .ft .U JmuoO t.a-'nttii
Nathaniel Hawthorne Dead.
The telegraph affords as the brief an
noaneemeat that Nathaniel Hawthorne
died yesterday at Boston. His loss is in
deed a National one, and should be mourn
ed by te whole nation. For no man is
more truly American in thought, feeling
and sympathies no one of all Amerioan
writers more worthy to Decrowned with
our 1 greenest lanreis man rtatbamel
Hawthorne. His genius, quaint, original,
refined and toholarly as it is, is yet in
stinct with American, and especially New
England, character. His stories have il
laminated the early New England history
and characteristics with a light that has
made them immortal in our memories. It
is wonderful with what accurate fidelity,
and yet with what poetic beauty, he has
transferred the personages of the seven.
teenth century into the gallery of fiction,
freshening the colors of each sketch and
wiping away the immemorial dust upon
it, until it seems a living being until
Puritan and Quaker, Indian Bailor, Witch
the Boston and Balen of 1600 and 1700
the events and characteristics of the
early days ef New England, become as
familiar to as as the men and times in
which we move. -
Hawthorne was born at Salem, Massaohn
ehnsetts, in 1804, and was, at the time of
death, fifty-nine years of ace.' He lived
most of his life in Massachusetts:
bat had spent much time in England and
on o..n.t, Wm apcointed u. 8.
Coisul at Liverpool by President Pierce
His contributions to our literature were
mainly in the form of fiction, among which,
TT, Henna of the Seven Gables." "Ths
Scarlet Letter," and "The Marble Fawn,'
havebeoome most widely popular. 'The
Blithedale Romance," a smaller novel, is
lets renerallv known. The collection of
his fugitive stories and essays, entitled
"Twioe-told Tales" and 'Mosses from an
Oid Manse," are more widely circulated
.k.. ... -iv.. .r VI. wnrka. Under th
titles of "Tanglewood Tales' and " Won
der-book" he furnished to children a beau
hful series of stories from classical my
thology, and under that of "True Stories"
he has made the history of the New Eng
land oolonies attractive to every juvenile.
In the "Snow-Image" he has given as
beautiful series of tales. He also gave the
publio a life of his old coll ge friend, Pres
ident Pierce. His last work, "Our Old
Home," gives his impressions of England
end the English in a very graphic and
pointed way. It has called forth much ad
mirins; attention on this side the water
and much aogry comment on the other.
Peace to the memory of Nathaniel Haw.
The npraelea ( tbe Mew Tarar Ward.
The telegraph announces that the New
York World and the Journal of Commerce
are under seiiureky the Provost Gnard
foT having published the late fraudulent
proclamation. We are heartily rejoiced
to know this. The publication of that
proclamation was inten ed to damage the
Union cause both here and in Europe, and
has succeeded, in some measure, in doing
so. It ia time that the government lays
its s rong -hand upon these aiders and
abettors of rebellion in the North." We
do not claim that these papers are respon
sible for this transaction, bat the fact that
they alone published it is priori evidence
that they are gnilty.and makee it tfce dm?
of the Government to demand from them
proof o? their innooenoe, if they can
furnish any. Ws aars glad to aes that the
Government has promptly pursued this
The Plain Dealer In a Fix.
Some days sinoe the Plain Dealer pub
lished a paragraph asserting that the New
York Herald had acoused Greeley of
cringing shamefully to Judge Barnard, of
New York, ia connection with the recent
oontemot case. The New York Tribune
then came out denying the accusation in
lofo, and in the strongest terms. Whereon
the Plain Dealer retorted as follows:
" Horace Greeley, of the Tribune, doesn't
like cur allusion to his conduot in tbe
oontempt case before Judge Bernard. He
uses some hard names. Well, we have
simply to say that we got our account sub.
stantially from the New York Herald,
and although Bennet has achieved a tol
erable reputation for lying, we prefer to
credit bim in this instance to ttreeiey, an
protestations to the contrary notwithstand.
ing. The Juan who can willfully, mall,
ciously and most infamously slander a pa.
triot officer l'ke General McClellaa, need
not expect to be esteemed truthful by pao
p'.e whose opinions are worth hearing. ,
The New York Herald has quietly put
an extinguisher on the Plain Dealer by the
following paragraph, whioh appeared in
the columns of the former paper on Wed
" Th Tubus ad Judos BiBSAjLD.
a few days ago the Tribune copied a para
graph from the Cleveland Piaia Dealer
staling that the Herald had accused poor
Greeley of begging Judge Barnard's par
don in connection with the recent eon-
tempt case. The Herald never mad any
such asset tion.
What does the Plain Dealer say now 1j
The great composer, Jacob Liebmaan
Meyer Beer, or, as he was more generally
known, Giaoomo Meyerbeer, died in Paris
ob the 21 of May. He was born in Berlin,
on the 6th of Bepte i ber, 1791. . From
earliest infancy he exhibited great musi
cal taste and capacity, and devoted himself
to the ecienoe of music, for the pursuit of
which he had great advantages. Be
stud ed in Italy. In 182G he produoed
Sobert ii Dioblt," but did- net allow it io
be put on the stage until 1831. In 188S
ppeared the "Huguenots," in 1849 he
Prophet," ia 1854 "L'EtoiU au Sari,"
and in 1858 "Lt Pardo du PlcmuV or
Dinorah." At the time of his death he
was engaged upon " JjAfricaine1n which
was to have been brought out this fall.
He ranks next to Mcsart in the list of
German composers. ' ' '
A Certificate of Character.
It must have been consoling to the fa
mous firm of Laird, in Liverpool, to learn
rrom tne foreign Beoretary s speech in the
House of Lords, that ike art tut to be it-
Uevtd when they civs evidence, bo matter
how loudly, they protest,. , Earl Euesell
aajs they are not so innooeat of illegal
transactions of the sort now charged la
them, as to be credible witnesses, and ac
cepting their testimony as tru'hful, would
have bees to open the road direct to rar
a.TOBV sV Uvjai LAaVJ AVOM tilligs SV .1" 11 i
with the United States. Quoting textual- j
lv. his snoot emnhatie wnrrtu iw "Th. .
(the Lairds) have done everything ia their
power by fitting out ships, by engaging in
contracts for supplying vessels of war to
the ether billigerent, " a gw tht Pmud
StaU$m u aauM war mosmtt Outtotm-
GENERAL GRANT AS A TACTICIAN.
How the late Battles are Regarded by an
The New York Herald, of My lSih, in a
private letter from an eminent offioer of the
United Stales engineers, well known as a
military writer, dated Washington, May
11th, to a friend in this city, contains the
following observations, whioh, being of
great publio interest, the recipient takes
the liberty of laying before the public,
though well satufied they were not writ
ten with any view to such- a use being
made of them : ' ' . . "
Nothing can be more absurd than the al
legations in certain of your New York pa
pers, to tbe esect that the recent battles
south of the Bapidan have thus far fur
nished a mere exhibition of a "brute force
on the part of General Grant. When the
actual figures of the contest oome to be
known it will be seen bow preposterous are
these suggestions. The enemy being on
the effeneive, we have had, of oourse, to a
certain extent, to accept battle upon
ground of his own selection, and our troops
have occasionally been called npon to ad
vance at a great cost through a oountry
heavily timbered and against lines of
earthworks and rifle-pits oonneoting dense
woods and other r. atural obstructions. Bnt
to tbe superb manoeuvres and combina
tions by which the various positions of the
enemy have been successively turned, too
high praise cannot be accorded. Nearly
all the reports of our losses that I have
seen are exaggerations, the best Informed
estimates at this point not plaoing our kil
led, wounded and missing at over thirty
five thousand, of whom, probably, about
rum . ptiM.w, Aad aenia
four or five thousand stragglers, skulkers
or deserters. - Far from there having been
any "useless eaennoe of lire," on our part.
it will be found that the qui keet and
roughest work always oosts the least blood
in the long run, except where regular for
tifications have to be aes.iled: and I am
oonvinoed, from all we have tuns far
heard, that the Army of the Potomac wi
be found to have been handled during the
past ten lays with a tenacity of purpoee
and a mastery of the science and art of
war which will hereafter challenge the ad
miration of every competent soldier in our
owa and JKurcpean armies.
Excitement in the Rebel Capital.
[From the Richmond Enquirer, May 12.]
At an early hour yesterday morning th
reserve forces of the militia were called
out not by a repetition of the unearthly
clangor of bells, but by the more quiet
method of printed notiaes. The difference
in the iffect of this mode of ass mbling tc
people was manifest in the calmer and
less bustling, but equally prompt manner
In which it was responded to. T e idea of
alarm is so inseparably associated wii
the dm ol fire bells tuat whenever they
sound they invariably produce an undue
exoitement, and on such oocaeions eepeoi
ally produoe unnecessary and painful aci
tation among those whose pesos should lie
most particularly consulted. It was known
in ths city on Tuesday night that the raid
lag party of the enemy which had visited
Beaver Dam, on tbe Central Railroad, had
boasted of getting to Kichmoad before
morning, and as they were alto known
beadvanoing in this direction prepare,
tions were made aooordinsrly. The re-
serve troops for local defence were oalled
out yesterday morning to oo operate in f f-
feo ing their disoomleiiure, if their as
aistanoe should prove aeoessary.
THE DEFENCE OF RICHMOND.
Notwithstanding the skill and energy
displayed by the authorities in thedefenoe
of Richmond, there is an additional means
of defence that may be added with great
eneot. n e mean tne Darn cade of all the
streets leading oat of the ci'y. and loco.
holing the houses near ihe barricades for
their protection and defence. The tobas-
Co now stored in Richmond, together with
mtr, nfl fsnnss and nor p diinhas anions
roBt will arora anon prauot ob kraiBat
eavairy as may laugn tbeir enorta to soora
Tne enemy adopted this mode of defence
for Baltimore, when they apprehended
mat tne eavairy or General aUuart would
dash into that city, and e are assured by
moers wno saw tbose defences that they
are most efficient against cavalry.
tticnmond is to bs defended to the very
last; her people are ready and willing to
answer any calls from the authorities : but
every means of defence should be used.
Ths labor and material are hero that may
be required to effectually barricade every
outlet : it is unknown how long the eue
my may bs around the city, or at what
part they may attempt to enter, Their
cavalry, yesterday defeated by Stuart,
may to-day rally, and reinforced turn the
tide of vioiory and seek to gallop into Ihe
city and tnroucb it to their army at iSer.
mudah Hundred. Barrioaded streets will
check their progress even should tbev
foree any post of the outer defences. Ihe
precaution now suggrsted may never be
required, but the terrible disaster it may
prevent surely should commend it to the
attention of the Engineer Department of
tne city defences. it becomes the authori
ties to adopt every means in their power.
i aeiences oi aionmona must, u neces
sary, equal mat ol ferry or Baragossa.
Good Advice to the Ladies.
Hon. John Sherman being invited to at.
lend . a meeting of the Ladies' Home
League in Washington, sent the following
exoellent letter, which is worthy ths at
tention of every Amerioin woman :. i
U. S. SENATE, May 9, 1864.
Madam I regret my doty in the Fi
nance Committee will not allow me to
attend your meeting this evening, bat I
most nearmy approve or your pledze.
ana trust tbat you will make it
universal and effective. When we are
compelled to impose internal taxes, soon
as weaie new considering, it is high time
we snouia stop Buying silks, sauus and
luxuries abroad. Every lady who pur
chases a silk dress, sends abroad enough
goia to pay a soldier iot tbree or welve
months. If shs is contented with her
home productions, she enriob.ee instead of
mpovenshss . our oountry. It is only
through voluntary agenotea. makine home
Xabr.cs fashionable, that we can check ex-
cesaie importation. Laws or tariffs will
net do it. The ladies have everything at
stake in this , oontest Protection,
peaoa ana prosperity can only
exist by maintaining ths Gov
ernment. They cannot aid their brothers
by sharing in physical dangers, but they
may ty self-sacrificing econt my. Make a
auk dress in itch trimmings, the evid.-nce
of heartlessaess and disloyalty, and a plain
neat drtus of home manufacture, the ranh.
ion with all patriotio women, and you have
uone mere lor your oountry than our re
striotive laws can do. All we want with
gold now is, to pay the interest of the pub
lio debt. We eau get enough from our
mines for that purpose, but not enongh to
pay aud export for fashion and luxury.
I am, Madam, with great respect, '
...-..!:.. . Itours truly, '
The King of . Prussia, it is stated has
persistently rejected all suggestions to him
oonfer commissions on non-commissioned
officers or privates who have distin
guished themseftes in the field of battle.
The King. regards, as a fundamental basis
the Prussian army, that whoever wears
sword mast oome from the Ht r,t
ajy H V 1 1.
, B.ober? h h does your pig
" It didn't wegh as mnoh as I einprtM,
and I always thought it wouldn't
When does the Horn e of Congress pre-
sent a most lodiorous speetaole T
When its ayes (eyes) are oa side, and its
noes (nose) oa ths other. : i
We had some very laughable accounts
from the English papers w ea Bayers and
Heenan fought their great battle, whioh
told us substantially how the hero Bayers
beat his hard little head against Heenan's
big fists until ths latter could stand the
punishment no longer, and was fairly
vanquished. We have a repetition of this
now in what the rebel papers, and even
the rebel generals, say of the reoent great
battles. Lee has been driven step by step
from ths Rapidan River half wa to Rich
mond, and he has thrashed Grant magni
ficently every step of ths way. Hs has
done nothing bnt repulee Grant and "ie
establish his lines" for eight days, and it
is very wonderful how Grant can stand it
Johnston, in the Southwest, has gained an
even more t rilliant victory, and has beat
en Sherman so terribly that the fight, at
la-it aioonnts, was going on twenty miles
south of the point at which it began.
Sherman is oertainly a stubborn fellow to
follow so far an army that was beating
him so awfully. Apparently the Southern
papers and the Southern generals will tell
he deluded Southern people that the
Southern armies are victorijus when our
troops are enoamped on the rains of Libby
FABMIfi & PAINTER,
II A H K. K , .
So. 145 Eupe-ior fetreet,
SOLD. SILVR, COUPONS,
' zthorf e, Canada $ Urururrent Money,
Buy and Sell' all descriptions of
7 s-10 Notes converted into Sixes of 1SS1.
Subscriptions received for 10-M Bonds.
Orders by Hail or Express promptly filled.
Deposits received. Collections made at all as
eeestble points. '
k. j. VAaava, - jas. vabmi,
J. V. ntNTIEB, I BAUIbJIA.
rpHK POET ON A TiCAJLN ;
Thm Romance f ihm Ratlr).
flf the tborof the "Fair Ihm," Tb Prince of
Vi "xne unost uuuteri." ftc
. OHAPTEB IX Tb Kum is tsb Dabjc
Alter waiting alx loop n nri,
And who hauler im i dead :
Snm cm ttisv (De irnCki. ws aiflBded,
rVutl i be tr;wn sKon went abtMad:
rem pvwl pifto- called Juhastown,
riiifd i;h-lnD f 'Qoditri.
W bur th- pHjp w-ie working;
Jvtfce e tot of ttu boec.
Then wa cttrm t? ?rft tunnel ;
sr ue Mt pr tty miw.
And wQtn il wdark, t Dr''!nght,
QnlCsT from htr I Mole a klM
b.'' t be t,rie1, te re p'e booted.
And be'or h r ached tb itsiht
1 wai peertntr througa ibe wlDduwt'
la mj iet aujtin svl r-gbt.
A'ter VsVtflTng tbf Rrrat tanelt
' To plce we quiet ,7 crne
. ron th bibt ai- uiiUn tup.
An t it itou ii Hi h jo ;
Hny opt in tbi'im"nr
To thin pieskn1 n;it repair
To dj J i'B rO 'iitig wvU-r
And iti pare, fren nioauitvin air.
At Altoooe we took break ftet.
Itwuoue I'clirck or more ;
fnch s lot' f icnffir mrrui
I n-'er laid eye-, cn betie;
All tin jroo' tblnee on tb- table
In h rt timx dm dirtapear-;
Aid tb-y all 'ftou'i w Italy
"Qaicttij briug taure bret.kfftit here.1
Wbn I went toy 1 r brt-fttfM
t-atd tne landlord" We mint r barge
Yon nt doob e price for brnic'aai,
for yoor mum a eo a ml la' ge."
44 1 ao-t e it, ' 1 faM ' dar iir ;
But jnt cba ge it it yQ will,
And while yun are aioat it.
Send .0 tt.de ban tbe bill.'
Notice t Drafted ma and others in the ferric of
Uncle bam, and all ia wane of Kabhor Ulai keti,
hnbt er Utia'B Leg. Inn, Cast-latere aud flmtel -hirif,
MMtary ImbiDM ef any and every neectintich ana
bae Cti'blng for Hermit aJd Aemmer wea. . We
bie now tbe In'geat tck In tlaeUtty. wntch we
wiU evil utibe Try lowest prtoem.
Isaac A. i8&4ts' Union
Bole Atmt for the aale of Pinger't Celebrated Hewing
UauniQ'w, Morr'i An torn .cm Prexemaa and
cian Pa'e t rmy Hed-Trunk,
rner np Hr and Union its.
wT-ook tmtfortbe Otant "w ma 8
.b.my oLoimp 1
J oat recelTed a large aeeortniesnt of
AKMT PANTS, Sky Bine,
EaMer Elankets & Coats,
(Suitable for Offloeri and Hen.
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SLY HI A. 16 1J 16 14 U 16 IS 17 16 12 17
HaTlDhT bad orer twentr tmti' rrmTnt tm .ha
tf-atment of Chronic l)im&t of erery character, a.
Mclal ly the Throat and Lnnra, will fiye Perfect aaU
La action to all ho mat avoir for relief. Havlnsr hswl
a iacceajHtai practice in th above named ptacea for
sveral rears with innaraDeleti mncrxem. of whirh m.
i actory reteranceoan be given at any of tbe above
tin. ntju piacee.
All meoiclnea nreacntyed. and not oMniHnr mMi
Icioee returned. Price of JUedicine for one month'
actorr. ine mon-v hail h refnr.dMl ftir al stni-.h snaul
rem 92 00 to ta.00.
I be Doautr can be renin 1 ted thelaat two WMir
91 erery mvuiD ai Die reainoiice, fiO. tu uaxaen-et
teveiai!a, v. roer I'moe aoareea box nil.
d-Clfi't-V-H-siTTifiw n i'f IK M
WlQS AND HAIR WOiiK
Wm, Day's New Establishment,
Tba lATfeal la tba Nuua,
FOR W!6 MAKING MO LADIES' HAIR CRESSIN.l
M.Dafa7t0rr0( all kind. Of WIGS. innlBflln tha
that ao resemblea Natare as to defr the doBsrwt arrnrl.
nr. A Terr large and branttfal i;ock of LuNft HAIR
orongni iff me propnetor rrom Aoropej
FOR 8WITCHK AVD BRAIDS.
i m oncssi aaacnTsnent eter aeea tn this Ulty.
LiMJIes Frost FiPceisiiDtl H.f Wlt,
In rrery style-kh all Improvements.
BFVQ )T CUKLS. made from rmnch NavfsirJ
jnriea a mil, isiaranieoa.y
Jktfme double f Triple JBqvm, Wstirfatit, fe.
mut3 uy mo mu Bt llbsji, equal io mose lmportec.
Lftdlee Braid made Into anv kind af Hsssul nrmm
dww wiwnuiii iniui; wowitcu. i
L A D I Kt- 11AIK. DKltMNINA Is thai Bnnsrt
prevaviiiug muu lanciuuBDie siyiee.
"TA1I work warmnreil an repreestd
HOT wr1 WH,n HTM' ll hf ir.
Snclid htrf el.
Tbe nnden'f ned soeoessora to tbe late W . W. Cus
taart be f 1 lorm ihe pooiic that they Iuv c-n
band one o' tbe
LAE0E8E AND FINEST STOCKS
fruit & Ornamental Trees,
ser aSerad In Olari-lsiiL w voaid call wpwial
ait ntlon to onr
Dwarf Aors, Standard Cherry aud Stand-
or Apple Treet, (..
BAtteroralTMthDr muot be Kt exiled either
wuiur.iDwncHgiinM oap u rrsBeclfallv
' OUSTBAli BBoTHM8.
W CCSTBAa. M. T. CUBTAA1.
ANCHOVIES, W ob oxs 1 1 as him
and Laodoa ClobSaam at
"" , . mimii s snrllil 1. .
V To na riaa or aaa. uairgm.'" "-1
31 St. Mark's Place, N. Y.,
WILL HAKE HIS
MONDAY, JUNE 6th,
AND WILL REMAIN AT THB
TILL SATURDAY JUNE 11th,
WHERE HE CAN BE CONSULTED
DISCHARGES FROM THS EARS,
NOISES IN THE HEAD, AND ALL THE
VARIOU8 ACUTE AND CHRONIC
DISEASES OF THB
EAR AND THROAT.
FROM THE REV. FRED. 8. JEWELL, '
raortsaoa or ths stats soaxAL school, auaxt
This may certify that I have been, siaoe
1844, Babjeot to violent periodical attacks of
oatarrh, marked by a highly inflamed con
dition of the lining membrane of the cavi
ties of the head, producing a most dis
tressing species of headaohe for da j s at a
time, wholly incapacitating me for busi
ness, and during the paroxysms confining
me to tbe bed. In some inetanoes the in
flammation has extended to the teeth, oc
casioning toothache ; to the throat, pro
ducing hoarseness and partial loss of
voice; and twioe it has so affected the
left eye as to confine me for a month or
mors to a darkened room. These attacks
have been accompanied by strong febrile
symptoms; by stoppages of ths head, and
in the first stages by watery discharges
trom the nose and subsequently beooming
acrid and yellow, and towards the oloseof
tbe attack becoming bloody and purulent.
I have tried medioines of almost every
kind ; external applications to the head,
euoh as camphor, ginger, hot vinegar,
snuffs of some hilf a doiea kinds, and
other oatarraha; preparatious, together
with internal remedies, such as alteratives,
cathartics and emetics. These have pro
duced no change in the occurrence or
character of the disease, and in moatoases,
with little or no temporary relief. I had
oome at length, to believe ths disease to be
practically beyond either care or material
Under theie circumstances I was led,
some five months ago, to make a trial of
Dr. Lighthill's treatment. His method at
onoe approved itself to my judgment, as
simple, philosophical, and likely to be ef
fective. Notwithstanding the disadvan
tages under whioh he labored, in dealing
witn a aisea's or snch long standing, ag
gravated oy nervous debility and dyspp
Bia, and constantly induoed by the acoi
dents of my professional labor, I found
the treatment reaching the disease as it
bad never been reached before, and pro.
duoing such a modification and alleviation
of its character, as I had supposed impos
siDie. i enrouicie toe result thus.
Although I have been situated several
times so that I should formerly have be.
lieved a severe attack of my catarrh inev
liable, 1 nave escaped thus far: the svmn
toms of threatened attack have been very
light, and have yielded to the remedies
employed by Dr. LighthilL without the
the head have resumed the original and
nalurai oondition. That I have been able
to obtain so material a relief is to me
cause or gratitude. In that alone 1 am
repaid for whatever ths treatment may
nave oost me.
I make this statement unsolicited, as a
means of acknowledging my obligations
to Dr. Lighthill's method of treating ca
tarrh, and with a view to aid any who may
have aufiered from that disease in forming
a just opinion or its merits, and its prob
able utility in their own ease.
FREDERICK 8 JEWELL. ;
Albait, N. Y., March 14, 1864.
Rtmarkab'e Cure of Deafness,
Frarn the Kav. Joseph IM. Clarke, Reetar
af Sc. Jtaei' Chareh.
Stbmtosb, February 20, 1864.1
i nave oeen aeai in one ear. ever since
I was in College, some twenty years ago.
By tne sktil or ur. LighthilL its hearing
was entirely restored, so that now I hear
alike with both ears, and 1 find that I can
use my voioe with mnoh more ease and
oomfort than before.
JOSEPH M. CLARKE.
Fraaa the Bar. Jeba Matt, D. D., Proree.or
In VnlanUallear, Vehcaeetada.
Sinoe I first publicly aaknowleead the
great benefit which I received from the
skillful treatment of Dr. LigalhiU. in re
gard to my hearing, letters of inquiry have
incessantly poured opon me from all nans
of the country, irom parties, desiring to
leara the particulars of my case, and I am
inaeea surprised at the Bomber of Individ,
uals who are affected similar to the man
ner ia which l have been, and therefore
it more and more a saored duty which
owe to these sufferers, to direct them to a
proper and reliable source to obtain the
benefit they so much covet, and whioh so
many afBioted onej have hitherto sought
in vain, just as I had done previous to ap
plying to yr. jjignuiiii,
I had from infancy ons very deaf ear,
which always dieoharged more or less of
fensive matter, and was the source of the
greatest annoyance and discomfort to me.
Last year the other ear also beoame dis
eased, and both ears discharged a yellow
matter, very profuse and highly offensive.
My hearing became very muob impaired
and the discharge produced ths greatest
debility of oody and depression of spirits.
I applied to my family physician and
other practitioners, without deriving any
Dencnt ana almost nespairea or Mu re
stores to health, when providentially, 1
applied to Dr. LighthilL Dnler his treat
ment my ears beran to improve at onoe.
and continued to do so, until, in a compar
atively short time, both ears were healed,
tne uiBooarge removea, ana my Bearing
restored. At first I feared the sure would
not bs permanent, or that the stoppage of
a discharge of so long standing might
prsvs detrimental to my general
health, a fear which I find a great
may entertain in regard to the removal of
discharge from tbe ear. lly experience,
however, has proved conclusively that mv
apprehensions were entirely groundless
In both respects, for 'both ears are as well.
and my hearing as good at present, as tba
day I left off treatment, and ths stoppaes
of discharge, instead of proving detrimen
tal to my health has given the greatest
elasticity and vigor to my body, and a
flow of spirits not . experienced fora long
I wish that the above aught ssrvs as a
general answer to the interested, but
should one or ths other desire to apply to
me personally, or oy latter, 1 will cheer
fully satisfy reasonable demands npon my
f 1 h..;f it.:. . ri . m i
again publicly expressing my deeply felt
" J Vl UJt. VUUVIHUUT Ul I
gratitude to ur. Xiigntniii, whom 1 esteem
a gentleman and a man of science, in
whom ths highest oonfidence ean bs plan
ed. - JOES HOfT. -..
taprl&llaj . , . . ... a.
No. 230. . '- ISO. 230.
New Arrival of Summer Goods,
J. M, & H. T. HOWER'8,
No. 230 Snperlor-st, cor Seneca
TF OFFEU AN ENDLESS VA-
Oomprialnt the newrit fabrics.
Ia Pllk 6oods
wehye a l-.rsre frtoc; bought bf'Te tbe recent dory
ol par cent wa add d on al! imported good which
arabiee nm UtoO-r barfriii wbile the present etook
laa a. Jnt opeaed a luli Itneo! deurabte oolora Is
WOOL GBEf ADI5S.
Also, BERAQE3 AND CRAPE MARETTS
PLAIN AND CHECKED MOHAlfi
8HAWLS AND CLOAKS.
We bare all siTTe-i of haw1n srnitSTs. for th
Aiaoa nil line of nil It drcoiara, aacqari and ooata.
I.arge addition! haia been made to onr
Stock ef Ookkcpig Goods
Another Tot of tbAt heavy Crush Toweling at ten
ctn.ia per yarn, axcioJlveif lor th retail trade.
We auk an examlaatlin or onr mnoAm irt mrfrav
which-wiil o -onud the very oMt each Taina, as
uiu in jktj u quicsi mu ana tunsui proaaB.
A lew bales of Cbe-e cap . Ing bcogbt last winter
ior Bsue at oia raits.
J. M. t H. T. HOWER.
HOSE ft HIGBE
Han bow their
Bep'ota with CTery novelty that
JUDGMENT, BKILL AND TASTE
can yield, in seaajn.
The demand for
Good Material, "Work and fctyle,
they earnestly end'aTor 'o Treet; fn parsnance ol
wBren tney nare now engaKea tne ermo s of
Mr. GEOaOfi H. HOBABT.
a gentleman of lontr exivrlenee tn the condnct of
uiwiamaiiBi'iD Mi ra a Paes sma immedtaiely
Auaaa .AAO lSkav JUS lUirlik
. 1'. tewart & fo .
"?ewTok. Mr Fobart Is nowhwe and ready to
juvtj aui useai wiuent wilo mi'lilLj ana aeapatch
239 WTjpsrior itrwet
I. BALDWIN & CO..
' ' o. ras THIS BAT :
Elepant Mode colored Poplfn,
Mod and i-cotw flo oaix Cloths,
Flam colored si k tirtntdlaes,
a-4 Black Grenadine,
Sa al ft U i eoder f'repe Maretta,
Mot-I Pat. rn Orsand.es, .
Plain Gravy Muaamblanes,
Tartar and Mod BTosamhrqiien,
La"e foinrs. Lara !to. ndea,
biis. Maatlesi, uloth tiaxmenta.
The 'arrest and ricbast stock of these goods ever
cmimHij ia ion ci.y.
T. G. & CO
Offer tc-dBj Beantlfnl StrUa Is
Dress Goods and
We have now La star tke Boat oosaplete assortment
Tn tba market which we are seMJnf at prions we I
now to oe seas man uia ium f woaa can p Dougat
TAYLOR. GKISWOLD CO.,
pr77 air Haaerlar-Mb
l Tow.linv. 11 be bait gooia. Imported at niitaa
IATLUB. OBIhWOLD B OO.
i.y ip, too, '
UMBRELL 8 AND PARA-
isve received a lartre essrtneut of Bon
and saraaols. whicti will lm svniri ch ata
Meo. a 11 ire a-surtmen . at Woolen bhawiar tor the
preeeni season Also a good stock of plain Blnca
aiuu. wurea wiu ne onerea ai iaw rrwes.
npT1' Ovr. Sgparlor-st. and P.mlic f qre.
HOOP SKIRTS -AT PRSrH
wl-ifainir to pa-ohaaeoneor more of the bet
noop wn id ;ne city and such as will powUivcjiy
tiresa.Utaclion,oan onrtsalnij be ai d nr calllo
ntv'fi 'a- "m-PTtav ef and Pnr'V ifirr
n.ROCE !IES-A FULL Assort-
VJ DMDt li .
Oaa ' wn b haul at "
HOWER ft POPE'S,
16. s : t OXTAglO-ST.. : : : 183.
TSAA, ef Ihe i is est Quality,
Bal'Otad with sreat ear.
SDQAB8, of svery grade, COFFEE, SPICES
Ao1 fTery Tari.tr o' oda iwrt.lilrr Ui tD.lr branch
of ba.lueia .olabr ti.em At prim ttawill bear a
BToraDi i:onjpi.u aitn a j oinrr.liabln b..nse
Q H. J.ITTLS Aomi,
o irservTin r iret,
GROCEE eV PE0VISI03I LEALkB.
Bait, Fish, Flour, Lard, Eggs, Hams, Eaoul-
. ders, Beans, 8oapK Candles, to.
All th. btt brand. Flonr. via . int. Mill. Dmuri.
nr Mtll, W.llow Bins. Citr, t-andTvllla
mill, n rr.m r i onr a: wbti oa band at lot c.h
j p IK
JJRADBr HN, WILLIAMS A CO.,
WHOi.i.SAX.B & OGEES,
OH actio Khw, aad 41 dfc 43 itlavdawiata
Art now nceivr.e from New York snd NhvIMu".
iara-. mam cnoio. ntpsi or
COFFEES, bUGAKF, TEAB,
O II ymoa.
CoSm A, B A 0.
T0B4.U 0 a 5B6Ag, ia great Variety.
firoaad boffeen. Pepper a Hplcea.
M0LAB8E8 AND BTETJP8. '
waleh tfcr o9bt to tb Trad, at Tar, law ratav
awul.Y.Umd aaaaaKtnp4 ArtlclM at slanatt
K! - KinrkV. Ill I.I'BTW too.
sTsned at tbe He
'C IkOWialsl svtll hat M'asa'wawl hv that nnHar.
ffned at tbe Heat'th Offloe ' offloe nutll 2 o':iock
ai., Hoy mh, le4. rorf Qildi c o addition t rbe
Fest boakor iK o, 3u.eet, and 13 eat p-su. Flant
anj -peclhcatious can te sees, at the above speclld
. . . . .... . .
raintlli.. lb. tontrnCioi. firS'shlmf :hn n:BU.riAl In
Aleo. Iur p.iotlBa the o'd I'Dlldinirwith J
i.uouuia"! raiDi. A . l. Bl KStl A I. U,
3 I? 'h (H-r
A BVroaadaen Maoa.
& L'HINTXH I
a. a a. ajEXTBavaa 1
jj P. BBAYTON,
No. 8. Atwater Building.TJp Stairs
Money tent ta Sttalani, Ireland flud StoUand.
PaiMn TlrkaU to and trom all aarts of Karoa
nontl cental Itsnrance Oo. H. T. Olty -f'olnmbta
Insnranos Co II T. 04iyw
Homr lasnianoe . o. New K"en ....
Lonlla a lbnrnc Vo . k- i7
Mortt Am U mD Ins Oo. N. T LILT w
TOTidenoa WafhiDgtoo Ius. Co H. I
nepuDiic xieiirenca .o. I. v,Mtrw
lioeoiQis lDSQrat.ee CO N.T. 1iT.
WMtunltn lnaoBvao Go. N. T. Ulty
Oolamblan Marin: laa. Ou. N. r. Citr t,lS.W
B. Xnglasl Kntoal Lit lua. (V. Borton 1,100,01
JAM It i U 1-K.b,
mar 13-1S3 bnt.y. r .nd aoii;lor.
1862. BucKitYiy 1862t
Matuitl Insarance lompaiii.
Capital and Assits, - $200,000
Ko Krl DlTldsrd.. PnSU divided In CASH
Among the Stock and ' O'icj woldcrt.
J.a Mirln. htuni olail kind.. Vlr.Ki.kA,
BnlldinR.. M.rebaDOis. Vanit-.r., Vbw.s in Fort,
aad Uiabatfrri... cm ri. saacrallr.
Wm Eat, B. Walton, Amaa Ston.
P. t-htmiir la, L. 1 nudBon. hun. J. P. Hwbiaott
HO.rrn.3n, a.J. Bned, O. M. Unait,
I WP.i i, wm. Wiuluooaa.
CPrlCt-Orlitfi Bxchaagv, footof Snserior it,
M MAttT, Fresl laat.
B. ". Htroaoii. 8acr.tAiT-
JCDD & KNBWOBl'a.
Sll - - Saprior-St, - Sili.
Maw Tark Ufa Xaanrmaea IKt..y.
Aa.it., - - - Smi,4.u7.
IVw Easlaad Flra aad .tiarfva laa.
Ot HABIKUBi), WINN.
CauCamtal, ... 8JO,CllO.
Laaaar laa. Cmaaar. (F!ra aad ittmriK.-)
Oi asW I'JllK.
Oash Oatital, ... S.Ml,UHt.
Bopw Iasnrwara Own
aaar of Prondcrio, B. I.
- - - gi30,oM.
Particular attention sItbd ta Icmrano. oa
UwolliDflCB for tbr. or five i ar, at radrcwi Thif
19. lAMmsaainittAd and .aid al tt!i Agoni.
.rll"h .tf ,,J
j. a cobb & cou
241 Saperior street
Arnold's Fluid Ink,
Cox's Fluid Ink,
llajn&rd 4 Noyes Ink,
Inkstands, Pen Backs,
GOLD PENS, EAGLE FENCaLS,
RCLEE8, PAPEE WEIGHT 8,
INK EKA8CBE BOBBER,
:' And every variety of
OFFICE 8TATI0H EBY,
J. B. COBB & CO
r ? 1S()4, 1
Ta caa Cltixaaa a( C'lcvelaad, umd Tlotallv
Th. otidrBlmed would rfnectfDiir ask attAntloc
ao toe prep&rauoDi anowa aa
UNIVERSAL COUGH REMEDY
For all Throat and Long Complaints.
HusHxwiLia Tom Anodinx,
Tbe greftf Nnra'frla, Bhenmarlc, Headache. Tooth
aont. Lioew or .-Me-p ca g'H-ra nervuus ftemd
Atso iur the piim lu Monthly Mansimtioi,
. Per eel neiiei.
The most per'ect form of Cathartic ever siren to tb
pnbll", which never rt-qalre m"rt thantwi and sel
dom bat one tor a dose, act without grriplaK, and
Ind'gestlon, Dyipeisria. BUlloos-'eas, Liver 'ton
piuiuk, rue, witidi, auaau aeraugements Qi
khe ctouach and tkive.a.
The above nr7arat1oai. of inch atbanndd nn
tation in New Knulard hare the Ooiiflnr of.
are ned by, great numbers of Phyetoituis. mm- piio
wintin rv-acn or an nre woriny lue aitoutiou or iara
liflu, whow-ti Had then a strict uuntonulrr to u
tnre in uieoiciDe
without re rtrn to tho common meihod of aol
nmnsoi aarertiaiug, 1 waidauiM. txtDil-lenoe totaal
in. m, WiiaCt wii us aacred.
Jt-UM 1j. nunSS" K L L, rropnetor,
:i rTacUcalchemlt. boeton.Masa,
For sale br whol-etle aud re Aik dealer.
Thegrea'wt (recdi m oi uotthsih ndeooe fclldte'l
SO'd in ' lev-Uind Dy Ueo. w.t lark, o rocg d Arm
nronki, ttea on or nra, UDorcDll a nrjtners, A. W
rroca, a. v . o ar'oer, a. .i. ua tora
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
X earn The tur6 ot Hvalth r eg aire me to
sit ictl en'oroe the fuliowtnr ordinance. lhtrom.
all who wish 10 avoid its pei.att'e mn-t not vlotau-
iw pruviaiwns. , l. tt. MAiXSU Al.
An Orriiaanoe to amend an ordinance esLttii "a
cr nuance to regalaie atre,tfl," pttaned JaViiUtry 10th,
Be it ordained br the Citr Conneil of that ritv ni
- R-wo siu'i, j uwa uraj u rat mc i-a ot wm ora tancM
passed Jaunary Kith. lfis entitled "An onlt.nviic
to mzalate streets ' br si amend 4 ae P nsv' avi
f- llOrtB : No acrsMlD ahja-t throw IX- ilntMMit. nr ium ,t
i ir-7 luniwu it iep aiito., auy airt, p'-per. nun.
sweep. nps of ny store, house, an op or omce, or aOT
anbes. fehaVlDBd. A'thr Wlir. oAhI. rrawr vbimuI
sontaf. earth, mauiire, refuse mtror rar hisn oi
au j Kina wriat-rer tnro any sret, alley ir
public ground, or plicn nsrd as a iurv t. Ugh, m, u-r
or ptib tc gmnnd. 'ine pereon or pwrsons haviot?
praosiou or oouiroi o tbe proil,wj rem !ch
any i ta atoreaij article tM be tr may hav-
teea thrown ur drp-jsluyl ia a j street, Ian-, a'k-r
o: paoiicffioana. or pj ice uavyl as snci ris a uraa-iid.
Jhall ra-mf- he s .nio thre root wilbi: tweuU-fuvr
n ors irr recei ing Knowieugo thereof
i Mtstwii afuna e, ttvyi, i. u. .nA" ra.tiMt
PresMint of the o.nicft
R naarT, City f Ur. may 10A
VBdlCX OCT (Tills
Of UfMB B id Blafk T BTlBM.1 with -r ,
'wiuunr raiumiH. mut "trial. b; .01.11 prolltil
bj UHUKUUIl.L, Jt lu.,
of Tet, rbolca qd.IIt,. AI..0 Ooleuff aJ
iuuii nxtoa xpb.. -at, aalM and ioja-1 aro,.
.'ML14U11LL 1 Bl"l s U WR,
I EUGS a(td MEDICINES THJt
i J attention of Pbyslciana and all parsons wlnblng
fore and f cllabic ITIedlclncH
mpecttnPr solicited to my atock, which oomprisas
templets aseortment of ytbinsf pertaining to
THE DRUG TBADS, .
aad at Klcna to lnanra aatlBlactloa to tb. pnrcbaMi
Dental and Surgical Inetrumente, Ttclh, fail.
ruieamed Kubber and Vnieamttre,
tha lataat and bbom approved pall.rna, awld at man,
PERFUMEST AND FANCT ARTICIEti
lnirraatTarir.tr. Ahx.aatoFk ot LIUl'OKa. (a.: 1
qoalltjlaMood to none in market.
Aa-ent tor DAY'S sPLlKT. tne won complete art
Spimta e.er oStred to the Prolewslon. onnti
PfaMlcian ai aaretcalarlr invited to an examina
tlonof nr .toca, aud will Snd It to their adrajiUtf
tarn me an ta their order..
V. w . vi.A aft,
POttTHAlX y&AftKb rSCCABi
nd Oral Silt rraroee. al
LADIES ZJfiPB YB KNIT Briak.
vast SUA WabV ' A. a 8. UKmn.au,
jpOli OJME HUauttiU) DAYS.
GRBAT CLOSING OUT SALS
CHAiras or Busiirxsa
STORE FOIt RENT,
Harlot onnlnded 4 change ti hnnrp-ea to asj
'-lu-if Jobblni Iraslo. tna detail sioct will ta
uoewd oat at
The stock ia on of the larsTat auxi heat awleasad Is
th-ci': , aud a! par had p-io. to h i lult a t
A ly p rcat tot ietr,H. jti bg ctMinc to cic
ut hjos a-i eo bi-, :he w i be nM with
cm; anv reieieai u tu rtc-rit lr- alvauoa Is.
prion I I'.r-a.rt n :
c aft TM And 2A naonor afreet.
ORANQrici & LSnOX, bt tu
l'03 UlflJSAfi 3,3KncUd at.
S UT UPi!iA:ED
a rrjLL, Lias of
11 Hew Tort Jobben Prices.
i. r. shs s woois
Ml and M4 Benor-S.
QPEJfiD THIS DAY
K!W SPRING RI3B0S8,
In nai.1. aud utar m.w .irW " ' ' "
L T. BHERWUOD.
aiBfls Mi id -jM !n.rlor-tet.
Junl Opened ttt V
WBRf! ?44 Snp-rjqr-r;.
a ru Uh BTUUK OF
LADIES S CORSETS,
Sopartor la QaalltT and fetrl., joat noaln a,
gario tio87a!. B"V aoo.
CUPJSKIOH QUAJ.'.TY TABLE
kl-ajrat HI.NM(i'S, 5 Haclldt.
A KM Y SlilK'm'G FLANiMELS
fA a lame auortnetit o- tne bvst wottea In tb
narket in lrat mixed, Brown mixed, biata
and plain oolora.
TAVL' tt, 0!tt8WOLDfX.,
NOTICE IS HEKitBY GIVEN
thei the onderaiened am been dnl, e pointed
and jnaiinea a. the AdtiinlBtraior al toe Jaauua of
Ja,ui Prouufo a, dbecaaed.
mmm li l, ptaTiwa,
Sotlce ior Proposals for 3up
ply of ctrlui5 slNltal. -'
District ef Caraaoca. Clarelaaal.
V"OriCrS 18 HKKEBY GIVEN
i.H thavt aea'el propoa s, acoosip.aied by proper
gadrun.re-t, aon;uiii io lorms u bn Inrn -hd om
aip ictittoa aitbit offlce, will b3rttOHl?eii th.r-ton-tn
Uo'c ocft Doon. cn the tnt Tn-adav Id J naaext
Krtheti:ppiyo the SltTine Hospital at thu city,
witn the tjcirs oi pxuvision, nwitouia, ao . -niais-rat'd
in raid tvrtnt i . v
t he a rticle- st-ated a'e estimated with iweeaaa to
r he ni. as) number o; patlenM in tat h.epta; bat
U'ntea aiAtfsj re rrea ike the ritrht to naae mora or
IrMM' r" i tides, acooruiaf ly aa ihey tuay be act
It th- art.clt dflirred ar ths hospital are not la
thejndcoQ'Dt ot ihe phyialln of Lhe beat Quality
auJ a spied to tr-e h t i, be will tv at litwriv to
reject tb tame, to partlisve o-ber art'os-a Id tlietr
atead and to cha e the con utracwr witn aay sums
tn e .'rt over ttn oontrsvct prlcea.
Tne U tired utsx resrTri ta rlirht to trosft the
mKrVffmiaJos;m,m--" min uta
, CHAA J. BALL A BO.
may MM . Le. lector.
VTOTICK FOR PARDOXIVO-
X 1 tloe ts hereby irtr -n that, at the expiration of
.our weefc trm his ;ateP oetition wtu oe eircQfa
ted nnd ior ward sd t-i h n John Uroagfc, iovi rcor
o 'his pray ni i ior thpsrk ot Hmry Hrrram, who
ae oonncfed of tinufl iarovny. mx iba isovember
t to mt the --onrt of t omm, n fit ae ror the ounnty of
Un aftoa, and aeutenosd ta tbeieoiak-BUar tor th
tv-rn ut twoyai-fj. j. ; -
L'lertand. .t,rHMrt. ;MJ p-?l-'W.
ifOTICK. TiiKGiLiNhKAL OF-
I ri'ito the Erie iiraii way Jo.. ana tbe XH
Hilw-y steamDoat Utnpauj, in tblsUy. baa bee a
removeu nm Johnson s Carina Biock to :he freight
H ua ol ij ihn-u!i 1 '"u ' 'fTTSignsioa ot tbaaCKrV
Hue, Mo. it JtAversifoet.
W, D. CU8iO'G Aerta
f.lafHand. rfH at;-. 7y
DM LN' iSTKATt; K 8 NOTlCH
tSOt'C e bsiTeuy trivfn that trw amras-rv-a- V.avaa
u d;ty jp;ont(d and .jna'iDMl a Adn,iui-traor
ntala Ot Triatazn tUmia:!. Lata, m Hi.s.itnn
tw-ttt turn April p. BtwC. - . - --.-
Ei! BIGE SATOKft,
p" i ii ii
EEFEIQDRATORB- 7t (
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a " - -t-i Buia ptiaoa IBOIaidr'C
.f'i .,rJi's'-a" .: ,
lanalaotnrBra" Fvh n for Caah.
nod V-a(er nitprs.
AU aliea, anlub!e (orno, atoro and hoaas Dee.
Toney's Four Minuts .
ICS C&EAa f KEEZESS i
Frum 1 to 30 jnarta. ' ' ' All ilaia.
Illnat7ted Uatakuraea, wtth mica !k)t, aa ballad
sat aw lioaaoa. . . .
W. p. F"G,
Corner Superior a Beneta ats
iiTJHE C UR '''.EYE K.y By D Y"
tfl helllB CHI fd f'l till' - 1411 rtUfrraT ill.'uaa If
uacu: Ur. M'al .li.LNl'j Ptiafc bitMfcL'Y
P.-ajj what tli-.e ny who ha-os d i.: :
ar nirin l arwa-vi rs ion'RVHte, sma ir.
. beatr(i,aai.iaoMinatB Ohio both Wrriokred al
r na.".?, one p t of Dr -rckhn"'s Pile -tsniedv,
hrv aay tb-r hTet:f-d rvi tfaiDabrnoowld obtain
reiitaf. tut oapoto ritncaier i ar'ite fcsaiy af-i-c:ed
jvrfen cart) a t-r BUL'erinr for mniiy reara
with fh- wi rat k.nd of Piiea ' Trier laoawjaaraaiisi ,ra-
ona wniaaaJerifg .o try it, w -..-- tTj 9 ,
rV)d br all Trrriaralsta M nan fa m(. af tannfaAa
d at ho. t Aasi PoorLhsiraec, ClncinBatt, i
ak tot : ! ,: ...7 u .1
; Dr. Strickland! Pie Sometjyr
nMwVi.wrltlii: f ii-t-,
"TJION ICisi COM PAIS Y,
Alprena a cardner, '
Dealetala , . .
PURE EPBINa POND. ICE,'
snpply famll , howls, bam, AeJ at-saH t
tb sUiwrTsvt notice, at " cts per Itw nonnde. In
oe oousine? aT me ai ve rac a on application bo
made at tbe offloe. wadtdoetlotts -r time
n one weBt tJoueottoua mad acBoathtP) and
ills most be aromatlv aatd.
Alt erdera Utt at UM ana Mi InwrW .ssl aa
Btver siiaet. or Poet ottoe AraaMa aiav am ka
wnmptlf ailsaawlstl so. . . swtaiM