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DAILT, TRI-WEEKLT WEEKLY,
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' TOITOM A.ND PB0FRI1T0K8.
SaTl BDAT APHlL .
The Sad Rites of Yesterday.
Friday, Feb. 16th, 18G1, the newly elect
d President, Abraham Lincoln, patsed
kn,h flWeiand. on hia way from bis
modest home in Sprihgfield, Illinois, to M
lume control of the national government
Fiiday, April '2Slh, 1805, hi dead body fa
brought back to us, over the same route
whicn he traversed in his former journey,
followed by mournetB to the home
which he lfcfi four years ago. What a
chasm lies between the two days ! "What
olumes of history are embraced in the
year, which separate them 1 What can
Tulsions, what change?, what growth
what enlightenment have they wrought
in the heart of the nation I A meet
striking illustration is found in the
the contrast which exitts between
this funeral procession and that triumphal
progress. When Abraham Lincoln first
visited Cleveland he was personally a
stranger to us. We had known him only
briefly and imporfectly, and though the
aanctity of the great office to which he had
been elected invested him with dignity and
interest, he was still kxkei upon as a party
candidate, placed in the Presidential chair
by singular succession of chances, and
possessing no remarkable ability or attain
ments. How his murdered corpse comes
back to an, followed by a nation of mourn
era, and city after city, along the line
of the grand funeral precession, join, with
unanimity as remarkable as It is unprece
dented, in demonstrations of affaclion and
griel for the dead. After four years of toil
and suffering and sacrifice in the cause of
the nation, he had earned so fully the con
flden'ce and esteem of the entire people
that they mourn for him with one accord
as for a father murdered. He has fallen
pi the summit and culmination of his glo
ry. But one thing was wanting to make
his memory something hallowed and im
mortal. That was martyidom, and the
bullet of the assassin hLS rounded and per
footed his career, while apparently leaving
it incomplete and blank.
The grand funeral pageant, of whose
progress through the East we have read
with a sad interest, has passed through
Cleveland. In another column we give a
full description of the ceremonies of the
day. We merely desire in this place to
call attention to tte general the univer-aal-display
of sympathy with the character
of the day. The whole city, aye and the
whole people of Northern Ohio, united in
this our last and most paipable demonstra
tion of mourning. This fact was legible
everywhere, not more in crape-shrouded
blocks, the draped and decorated catafal
que, and the imposing procession, than in
the quiet sadnerf and solemnity of every
face, the good-order and decorum every
where prevalent, and the unanimous sus
pension of other pursuits to join more ful
lv in the eoneral mourning. The day will
live to the end of life in the memory of
the people who witnessed it, and fifty
years from now the children of to-day will
toll their grand-children how they looked
upon the dead face of the Good President,
and how they saw him borne upon nis iu
neral way amid the tears of sorrowing mil
lion?, while the world locked on in reverent
The Surrender of Johnston.
We have great news this morning
The surrender of Johnston's entire army
to Grant, the great prisoner-taker, is offi
cially announced. The terms granted
.T.,r,nl.,n are those to which Lee was
admitted. The fact that the great Lieu
tenant General hag succeeded thus easily
in obtaining Johnston's jurrender on these
terms is a most damaging one to General
Khnrman. and will oaite silence his few
apologists. We regret that this great mil
iu.TT leader should have sullied his bril
liant reputation by this disastrous and in-
eolent attempt to usurp the functions of his
superiors. But while this transaction has
clouded Sherman's reputation, it has add
ed fresh lustre to the fame of the great
Lieutenant General. Sherman's mad at
tempt to gain the glory of effjeting a peace
has failed as it deserved, and Gen. Grant
comes out at the end of the war its greatest
and most brilliant hero.
Death of Dr. Valentine Mott.
Thecountry loses one of its best men, and
medical science one of its brightest orna
ments, in the death of Dr. Valentine Mott,
of New York. Dr. Mott was one of the
greatest living physician-surgeons, and had
obtained an international reputation
rare achievement for an American proft
eor. Dr. Mott was born at Glen Cove, Long
Island, August 20, 1785; graduated at Col
umbia College in 1S06, and then resumed
his studies at London and Edinburg hoe-
pitals. For thirty years he hag lectured
bffore diffurent colleges in hew lork,
His skill in surgical operations was extra
ordinary, behaving performed many of the
feats deemed impossible, lie has tied the
carotid artery forty-eix times, cut for stone
one hundred and forty-six times, and am
nnttLtnd nearlv one thousand limbs. Sir
Astley Cooper says of him : J"He has per
formed more of the great operations than
anv man living, or that ever did live." Dr.
Mott is the author of general standard
works in the higher and more complete
branches of surgical anatomy and pbysioL
Sherman and Breckinridge.
The manner in which Breckinridge
bronrht about the Sherman surrender
seems to have been altogether perfect.
One of the rebel's best devices was to put
our commander entirely off his guard on
t ha a uastion of slavery. The discussion
slavery is at an end," said this arch-traitor.
"The amendment to the uonstiiuuon aooi
ishing slavery will be accepted by the peo
ple of the South." Yet the wily outlaw
brought his victim to the humiliating point
of signing an instrument designed to make
the institution of slavery perpetual.
The surrender of Johnston's army ren
den Jeff. Davis" position very insecure. The
latter may still ficd some trouble in getting
out of the country.
Johnston's army irtbe fourth which has
surrendered to General Grant. Grunt, too,
is the only one of our Generals to whom
U entire army baa ever lurrendered. -
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY.
Sugar Creek—General Description—
Coopertown—Oil Wells Struck and
[Special Correspondence CLEVELAND LEADER.]
SUGAR GREEK, PA, April 26, 1865.
Cleveland capitalist are largely interest
ed in Sugar Creek oil territory and stocks,
and T1l be elad to hair of the progress of
the farioas wells which ire working or be-
I . TIT.. I
ing put down, bugar ureea, or dwwi """ l
the more poetical Indian name drains a
much larger extent of ewnntry than does
Oil Creek. It hae three uJn bramsbes, all
uniting al,r near, Cooperstown, in Venango
county. The west branch rises in Ran
dolph township, Crawford county, near the
head-waters of Woodcock Creek, which
flows westwardly into French Creek, its
mouth being about five miles north of Mead
ville. This west branch puses through
Sugar Like, a small body of water, less
than a mile long, and situated in Wayne
township and thence flows south-east-
wardly to Cooperstown. Upon this branch
is a large extent of very desirable oil terri
tory, desirable, at least so far as territory
undeveloped can be. It has all the forma
tion, soil, bluffs, and strata which distin
guish Oil Creek, and its productiveness
will be tested during the coming season.
several wells, both upon the Lake shoro
and between that and Cooperslown, a dis
tance of about five miles, now being in pro
gress. Some of the farms upon th'iB branch
hve been sold at high figures, from
their peculiarly advantageous low bot
toms ana diuds, mug tuo-f
be natmd the Jamison, the Crawford,
and Crane Farms. The first is in the hands
of a Rochester company, the tecond is
owned by the Crawford Farm Oil Company
of Philadelphia, who will put down three
wells upon the eastern portion, am the
last has been in the hands of your towns
man, W. M. Patterson, who with his part
ner are permanently established at Coopers
town. They have sold it to parties that
will develops it at once. These throe farms
are adjoining, the Crane, being nearest to
Cooperstown, and about half a mile distant
from it. Between that and the village a
well has been sunk to the depth of between
three and four hundred feet, and has a very
The middle branch rises in Troy town
ship, Crawford county, runs past the vil
lage of Chapmanville, in Plum township
and unites with the east branch a short
distance north-eaBtof Cooperstown. There
have been as jet but few developments
upon this branch, although the lands have
nearly all changed hands within the past
year, and a number of wells will be put
down during the summer.
The east branch rises in Oil Creek
township, but a short distance about one
mile from Oil Creek, and four or five miles
north-west of Titusville. This branch flows
south through Plum township, passes the
village of Wallaceville, receives a good
ised tributary from Cherry Tree township,
and thence flows south-west to Cooperstown.
A well on this stream, about two miles from
Cherry Tree village, is going down, with a
good prospect of oil, and there is s arcely a
farm upon it that is in the hands of the
Cooperstown, which is destined
to be an impottant point in oil operations,
is a village of perhaps three hundred in
habitants, with several sawand griBt mills,
three hotels, half s doien stores.one church
and a number of land offices. It is quite a
trading point for the surrounding country,
but bffore the oil excitement was so iso
la ted from the rest of the world that the
riding through it of a stranger would call
to the doors and windows half the inhabit
ants to wonder "what he wants here."
One of the larger stores has recently been
purchased for $7,000 by an ex-landlord of
Franklin, who proposes converting it into
hotel, in anticipation of a rush during
the coming vear. The knited stales ieie-
grsph Company, with a sharp eye to busi
ness, ran their wires up here and openod
an office, being speedily followed by the
Western Union, so that instant commum
cation is opened with the outside business
A branch railroad from "Brown s, on
the A. Jt G. W. Franklin branch, has been
in contemplat;on. The grades would be
very light, and a right of way coulJ prob
ably be easily obtained.
During the recent flood the main street
of Cooperstown became the channel for a
rushing, tearing flood of waters, which
completely carried away all the soil, leav
ing thebighway a massof stones and drift
wood. The land office of Messrs. Patterson
A Stead, spoken of above, was drifted away
bodily into the back lots,
The beat known portion of Bugar Creek
territory liej bstwoen Cooperstown and the
mouth, a distance of six miles. And, in
msking note of this district, let us reverse
the order of our procedure and go up stream,
as prospecting individuals are wont to do
upon visiting thiscreek.
Sugar Crock empties into French Creek
about three miles and a hall above Frank
lin. At this point there is a station on the
Atlantic and Great Western Rsilroad, named
"Brown's." At Brown's are two bouses
and the offices of the Junction Oil Company
and the Brown Farm Oil Compr.ny. The
Henrietta Oil Company is half a mile above,
on French Creek, and the Tallman Farm
Company two miies above.
Beginning to ascend Bugar Creek from
the mouth, we reach first the two wells of
the Brown Farm Company, put down with
one engine. Both of these wells are new
affording remarkably good "shows" of oil
They have both just been tubed, and will
be first pumped to-day. The sand-pump
in each haa broughtup quarts of ricb, la
bricating oil, which has gathered in greasy
pools under and around the derricks. It
was the unanimous opinion of a party of oil
speculators and seekers, who visited the
wells yesterday, that they had never seen a
more promising show in a well that had
never been worked. The tanks are being
put up, and the wells will be working im
mediately. These two wells are down 307
and 320 feet, respectively
A few rod further op the stream is a well
belonging to the Junction Oil Company,
which is down 345 foot. It was tubed yes
terday, and will be pumped to-day. There
is a strong vein of water which it may
require several days to exbauBt, but
that there is also oil in the well
there is abundant proof, for I saw it my eolf.
The Superintendent of the well has great
confidence in it and I have every reason to
believe that he will not be disappointed,
Across the creek from this well is an old
hole put down four years ago and abandon
ed before being tubed. It is 456 feet in
depth, and known as the Reinhart well
An association of Pittsburgh men put ma
chinery upon the ground and have just fin
ished tubing it,without even clearing the old
hole of what rubbish may have accumu
lated. That their expectations are not mis
placed, is shown by the fact that as I stood
by the mouth of the tubing yesterday, it
suddenly, and after powerful eructions of
gas, began to flow. The stream u email
but there ts oil with it and there can be but
little doubt that it will yield vrv bsrjd
aomely upon being pumped for ' ' s.
The next well reached is the c.. tuaied
Sbipprn Well, one of the most remunera
tive, u'l things considered, in the whole oil
com, try. This has been pumping an aver
age of about fifty barrels per day for over
two months, although it wss predicted that
it would not hold out two weeks. The oil
is heivs lubricating, and I am informed
that it wss contracted for at $28 per barrel.
... . . .
when the. well began to yield
chinery Is too light snd the rigging too
crack to allow of working the well to its
full capacity, but at length this evil is to be
remedied by substituting substantial ma
chinery, a change that ought to have been
made at the very first. This is the well
that first gave Sugar Creek a reputation.and
is well keeping it up. The same com
pany have another well which was put
down to a depth of over seven hundred feet
without any sign of oil. This well is now
being pumped with a fair show.
A mile above are the two wells of the
Sugar Dale Oil Company. One of them is
down three hundred and seventy feet and
the other three hundred and eighty-three.
Both of them are now being pumped. One
of them gives but little promise, but the
other yields a strong stream of very salt
water and some oil. Both of them will be
thoroughly tested, as the Bhippen Well
pumped nothing but water for weeks before
any oil wss produced.
In the neighborhood of these wells Loo
ker's Run comes into Sugar Creek from the
west. About its mouth, upon both sides of
the main strea-n and this branch, are very
fine bottom lands which are in active de
mand. The Hawthorne and the Day farms
are among the best of those not yet in the
hands of companies.
About a mile above the Sugar Dale wells
are the McCalmut wells. One of these is
an old hole and has yielded more or less oil
for the past four years. A Rochester com
pany have purchased the property and
abandoned I he old hole, having got tooh
rope, Ac, fast in it. A new well haa been
put down which is now pumping about six
barrels per day.
About a mile above the McCalmut are
the McKenzie and Koehler wells, opposite
each other. In both of these the owners
made the too common mistake of using en
gines too light for the business, and In
consequence they have lost months of time
when the wells might have been yield
ingby efforts with the insufficient ma
chinery, and with the time spent in get
ting heavier works upon the ground. Both
have a good show of oil, but have not yet
established their character.
Just bi 1 iwCooperstown are the Smith and
Alexander farms, which were purchased
by Mr. Patterson, and put into companies,
one in Cleveland and the other in Sandus
ky. Several wells are going down upon
these, which promise well. Upon the por
tion nearest the town, the above gentleman
has laid out streets and town lots, which
will be in demand.
In the southern edge of the town, also, is
the Pannebaksr well, which is now regard
ed as one of the most certain of a large
yield, of any upon the creek. It is stated
to me that it pumped twenty barrels day
before y esterday . I have not seen it lately,
but have large expectations of it.
These are the main points of interest at
present upon Sugar Creek. I have no space
to speak of Beatty Run upon the west, or
Wolf Run upon the east side, of the creek,
npon both of which a number of wells are
being put down. The whole territory will
be tested this year. There are not less
than forty wells in progress at this time
between the mouth and Cooperstown, in
cluding the branches mentioned above. In
his number I have full faith that we shall
have some lame wells, which win prove
the Sue-ar Creek rezion not inferior to that
of (:1 Creek, when the superior quality oi
the oil and the greatly superior facilities
of getting it to market are taken into con
sideration. Next winter yon and I and all
our acquaintances will wonder why we
didn t secure some leases ana lanas upu
Sugar Creek, and so make of ourselves
greasy images whom tne money-aaormg
millions would Dow down ana worsaip.
Libby Prison and Castle Thunder.
In tbe entire city cf are
probably no two buildings of more inter
est to the people of tbe Worth, than these
two.They are so identified with tbe war that
they will always be mentioned in connec
tion with it. ine lormer is a large Dnca
structure on the corner of Uary and 1 wen
tieth streets. It was lormerly occupied as
a tobacco warehouse, but was soon convert
ed into a prison for our soldiers. It seems
a special Providence that the fire which
raged so destructively in that portion of the
city should reserve this building alone for
the benefit of Confederate prisoners. It is
now filled with tbe rebels recently captur
ed ; and where the enemy's sentinels paced
to and fro, keeping guard over our prave
and suffering boys, our own troops keep
watch over them. The Keys ana dooks oi
Libbv rnson were delivered over to Cap
tain James Stewart, of the 1 14th ew
York Volunteers, on Sabbath evening,
tbe 2d inst- at twelve o'clock. All of our
prisoiers had previously been sent beyond
oar lit ei on parole, in anticipation of the
event. Mm r Turner, the commandant,
left with the army before our occupation ot
Castle Thunder U situated about a square
from Libby, and is now the rendezioui
rebel soldiers and citizens, xt is also
brick building, but not to large as Lib
bv piison, 1 thought, as I saw these pla
ce, oi the many poor fellows whose lives
bad been wasted there: ci the days ana
nights of suffering and misery; of the an-
guuh and desolation they haa occasioned
to many ueartnsiones. jnany a poor iei-
low has Iain there for months, whose patri
otism and devotion to country have been
undimmed, and finally taken away to his
last rostiog-place with none to tell tbe sad
story of his late. The unwritten history
of this war contains brighter examples
heroism than the written, tor the sake
of humanity, Libby prison should be for
gotten : bat for the sake of a generous ap
preciation ot undying loyalty to country,
it should be remembered for long ages
"Sic Semper Tyrannies."
This Lit in motto, said to have been ut
tered by Booth, with a theatrical flourish
knue in nana, '8 ne maae nis exit irom nil
fiendish deed, is the inscription on the coat
of arms of the State ot Virginia. A de
scription of the escutcheon may be inter
inir to our realors:
Prorr inent on the shield, upon which the
bearirgs are represented, is the full length
of a warrior, who, with a sword in his right
hand and a spear in his left, stands with an
air of conscious boldness and triumph (the
scarf of his turban Haunting in the breeze;,
upon tbe prostrate body ot vanquished fo
The violent fall of the tyrant has detached
tr im his hxad his crown, and, at his feet,
lie the broken chains he had prepared for
his triumphant victor.
Inspired by the emotions which the con
templation ot such a theme would natural
ly produce in his mind, and cherishing the
ambition to become a hero in history, the
cowardly assassin planed and executed his
horrible murder, it probably never occur
red to him that he. and those a-sociited
with him in treasonable projects, are the
genuine tyrants, whose end should be such
as to make appropriate the application
tbe V lrginut motto.
M ay tbts sver t the fate of t) rants.
General Sherman as a Reviewer.
General f horman conducts a review as
if he would rather be engaged in any other
kind of business. On this occasion he sat
his horse throughout the whole affair, but
he seemed all the while to be wishing it
was over, it appears to oe necessary with
him to do several things at once. One
thing at a time does not afford occupation
enough for his restless, nervouB mind and
body. While the troops are going by he
must be carrying on a conversation, or
smoking, or ndgelting in soma way or an
other. He keeps general officers, and col
onels, and color bearers in a painful state
of suspense for fear he will forget to saiute
them or the flags they carry. Ooce in a
wbi'e he does. Very often he looks upjust
in time to snatch off his hat as the person
or ol-ject to bo saluted is across the lino
laid down by militvy etiquette. And the
way be puts that hat on again ! With a
jerk, and drag, and a jini ; as if it were the
most orjictionabla hat in the world, and
he was specially entitled to entertain an
implacable grudge against it. Yet I wkb
told the general was in unusual good hu
mor to-day, and conducted himself with
more than ordinary regard to the proprie
ties. As a rugged corporal in the Pour
teen corps, who stood near me, remarked
to a contiguous friend :
" Old Bill feels good to-day he does !
Blamed if he ain't a smilin'."
"Old Bill" means William Tecumseh
Sherman, Hsjor-General United States
Army; but sudierg can seldom be affec
tionate without indulging in a touch of
Chief Justice Chase.
Some two or three days ago, Thief Jus
tice Chase requested the withdrawal of the
guard which had been kept about his hvt
day and night, by order of the War De-
p- rlmenl since tne assassination, lie sup
posed none but executive officers of the
Government were in any danger, and pre
ferred to avoid the ostentation and incon
venience ot the guard. Late on Friday
a man rushed into his house in a state of
great alarm, stating that two or three men,
dressed in women s clothes, bad been ob
seived for the last half hour lurking about
the house, watching the entrance and be-
having in a very suspicious manner. Ue
then hurried ell to uene-ral Augurs bead-
q larters and told the same story. The
military MUbUurtbien at uuuu euuk uumu n
euard, but nothing was observed. Mr.
Chase is understood to believe that the
persons observed in ditg .iae were only
boys out on a spree of some sort, but the
military authorities have since been keep-
a guard at his residence Wuh. Cor.
The Arrest of Junius Brutus Both.
PHILADELPHIA, April 25, 1865.
1 The reporters
the following regarding ihe arrest of Jun
ius Rmtua H Kith: He was ftrrested"ttt the
private residence ot a friend in Una city,
.1 , . , 1 J I . 1 ' l
The detectives had been on the quivivt lor
him for several days past
Me was placed in a ciose earn ace ana
driven to the Baltimore depot, and taken
in th first train to Washington. The ar-
rest, it is stated, was procured upon the
evidence of certain documents in possession
of the United titatei authorities, an extract
of wh'':h wss public hed on Monday.
This extract alluded to the wuil business"
as not likely to be profitable because Rich
mond had been captured, and lee had
surrendered. Those who are well acquaint
ed with the chirograpby of the prisoner,
believe it to have been written by him.
"Alice," who also concurs in the recom
mendation to the ass ssin to abandon the
1(oil business,'' is said to be a woman who
is intimately acquainted with the assassin.
THE BALANCE OF OUB Sl'KUU
GEXT3' FURXISBIXG G00D9,
Will be sold at greatly reduced prices,
ARE JUST RECEIVING A
large line o
j lot us, Ukifltmeree ana teBiing,
Linens. VtUt and Cottonaiee.
Which we will job at JCasteru pries.
aptto o. sta-nw.
New Goods at Fuloa Hall for Fprlng,
) now tht. theme of mbici I aiog
Wo'to all the U'-cst styli-a Jait aifte,
To salt tbe Dots c-itj trkda.
Of new Spria OTtticifttA an i Sacks,
To St the form live m.ulded wax;
And Baeioeee CtmU of stylish muke.
All of the pr.seot sty et that take;
Bni then tbe crowning Coals of all
Are tbe Deum 4 oath at Union HftlU
We pride ourselves tbat wo excol
A 11 others ID the ootls w. sell;
Korin tbem yon will alway nnd
sit, Faehfon, Grace aod Kasn coinbinsd.
8ot on onr Coa's 1 will sot dwell
We've aleo Pant and Vests to sell.
Of evet hoe, and shade and nty'e
To fed )oa all would take a while;
Bo 1 will only mention here
' That thn, ho wi Bid in 'tylft ftppear,
Bbould come to Union rJall and buy
TbeULOTalNG t-et to please Ihe eye;
And not alone tbe eye to please,
hot money save in bnyinic these;
For we will tell at prices low,
No matter bow the Go'd does go.
In Porn'thing Goods both rich and neat,
Wa have attack full and complete;
Our "gallant boys In blue" will find
All kinds of goods to suit th ir niiud,
w e've alo f.r the boys in sto
A better stock tban e'er before;
And can a 1 fit, boib grat and smaTl,
V ith OUJTUlN'l beat at Umax Hill.
wSBTIhe finett stock of tpriug and bnramer
Clothing and toa lowest rrits in Utecl y at
Isaac A. Isaacs 's Union Hall.
Fole Agency for the sale of
STROXG'S ARMY TRUNKS,
SISUER'S SEW1KG MACBIXES,
btorr's automaton Pre'unan:
Cor. Htiperlur and Uuiou street.
Lock out Kt tne Giants aps
C LOTH IN G!
Goods Offered at Old Prices
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT
Wa are low offering onr New and Klegajit Btock
Spring & Summer Clolliiii
Consisting of ererj Tarl ty of Garmftnt for
MEN AND BOYS.
This Is no n umbos, but K Veil
Onr friends and the Public generally are Invited
to oall and elamlne onr I'riftw and feo.de
Ko Charge for Nbowiiur onr Stork.
A chance is now offered tn bny new and cboloa
Goods that should be embraced by all:
0tf"New styles recleved daily from onr Mann'
pans, pittxoTTO oo.,
tthSn-rlS lo Water d nTMrlor eta
TTOMINT, CKA.UKED WHEAT,
Li Graham Floor, Corn Heal, Split Peas, Pearl
Barley, and choloe brands of family Flonr, con
atantlv on hand at "7tt wrnMnw
TTJ8T. TJECEIVKD. THU FlNKiiT
tl ataortawat of Beat Baoklaa ater in this city,
DISCHARGE OF THE EAl'3, JLc
Ho. 31 St. Harka Place, New York I lly.
Will commence his engagnmerit
AT ALLIANCE, STARK CO., OHIO,
AT NIXON HOUSE,
from MONDAY, May 1st, until SATURDAY,
AT ASHTABULA, ASHTABULA CO.,
OHIO, AT FISK. HOUriE,
from MONDAY, May 8th. until SATURDAY,
AT CLEVELAND, RUSSELL'S FOREST
from MONDAY, May 15th, until SATURDAY,
DR. C. B. LIGHTHILL'S first visit to
( Cleveland, that in compliance with tne io
ing qests of many citizens, he has consented,
Ohio was induced by numerous appliea-
tions for treatment from parties unable to
visit .New lork fortbat purpose, and wbo
can not be successfully treated except alter
a niiduhii niuiuatiuH. wo (Mm t n, una
been so successful that he has repeated his
visits to Cleveland several times. Still he
finds that it is almost as difficult for some
parties desiring his service, to visit him at
before returning to Europe, to visit several
central points in Northern Ohio, making
Cleveland his headquarter?, so that all who
desire can consult him.
For the past twelve years Dr. Lighthill
has paid exclusive attention to the treat
ment of deafnees and catarrh in its v&ri-
He has practiced in New York,
and other principal Lustern cities, where,
until a few months paa, he was associated
wun nis cousin, vt. c a. jjigniniu, anu.
together, they have acquired a standing
wmcn nas earnea ior me L..gmniu in-
stitute" its present great reputation.
From tUBcv.B. T. Wdch, formerly Patt or of
the Pearl btrect Jlaptmt JUurcn, Albany,
NnwTONvn.Lie, Nov. 10, 1804
Dr. Licihthill Dear Sir: Allow me
to express my grateful thanks for the skill
and kind attention rendered to my daugh
ter, whose ears have been badly affected
for many years, ana for some monlns p.m
has been marly deprived of hearing. The
loss of this important sense in certainly a
sad deprivation, painfully embarrassing,
and to a degree known only to those who
have experienced it. If, therefore, there
be a remedy for this great evil, the cause
of humanity obviously requires that it
should be universally disseminated. I feel
it my duty, therefore, and it allords me
much pleasure, to give my testimony to tne
happy effects of your treatment and renis
dies. My daughter has suffered from deaf
ness since early childhood. The left ear
has been badly diseased. The right ear,
also, for several years, was seriously atlct
ed, and the disease apparently increasing,
threatening the entire loss ol ber bearing.
It was with extreme difficulty that she
could participate in theconversation of her
lriends, and for two years has been deprived
of this source of social erjnymont. iiip-
pilv my attention was directed to your au
venisemeni, ana i was icau.-cu 10 piace
her in your care. Tour treatment, under
favor of a kind 1 rovidence, has been sue
cessful. Her hearing, so far as I can jude".
appears to be perfectly restored. bather
tbis restoration is permanent is a question
time alone can detern.ine, but present re
I am, dear sir,
Truly and gratefully your.,
U. T. W klcii, 1). D.
From Rev. trej. S. Jeisell, Professor of ihe
State hormal School, Albany, A. 1 .
Dr Liohtuill Dear Sir: Under date
of March 14 I sent you a careful statement
of my case, my form or treatment, my fail
ure to obtain relief in that direction, my
resort to your treatment anl its beneficial
I have been, from tbe winter of the year
1844. subjict to violent periodical attacks
of catarrh, marked by febrile smpioms,
violent lntUmnmion ot tbe limn? mem
branes of the cavities of the bead, accorn
panied in the first stages by a watery dis
charge from the nose, subsequently Ixx-om-
ing acrid and yellow, and towards the close
of the attack purieut and bloody, 'ihese
attacks produced a most distressing specirs
of headache, occurring periodically o:h
day for a period varying from one to three
weks, somelimt s so violent as to mcapaC'
itate me for business, and con floe me to
my bed. At times the attendnnt inn im-
matioa would extend to the teeth, pro
ducing tootbttL-he, or to the throat, occtuion
iue hoarseness and partial loss of voice
and twice within the la-.t tew years it has
so affected the right eye as to confine me
for weeks to a darkened room.
1 had tried medicines and applications
of various kinds; snutu and other catarrhal
preparations of some half au.zin kinds
applications to the head of camphor, ginger
and hot fomentation or uiuoront kiirh
and in connection with thtse the usual
emetics and cathartics emp'ojef to induce
counter action, iiut note of these haa
produced any permanent improvement,
and in the few instances in which tempo
ral relief was afforded, it was at the ex
pense ot so much strength as to leave nte
ereauy exnausiea. unaer mese circum
stances I was led, though with soni ) re
luctanco, lrom the supposed incurabilityof
the disease, to make a trial of your treat
ment. 1 found it soon beyond even my
hopes, reaching the disease as it had never
been reacnea ueiore, ana a.ioviming r.i
symptoms to an extent which I had sup
Dosed impossible. At the time whon
gave you my former certificate, while I did
not feel assured of a eimpletecuro, I had
obtained a material relief which amply
repaid me for my trial of you treatment,
and which satisfied me that tbat treatment
was as effective as it wss simple and philo
sophical. A substantial escape Irom my
old attacks of catarrh, lor the almost un
precedented poriod of nearly hulf a year
ann taut in ?Diie oi sovere aiiacKs tn in
noes, which would have formerly rendcre
such an occurrence inevitable, was, to u.o,
nreof of an important success. It io tow
ix months since 1 sent you that statement
and while it is unploxsant for me to appeir
thus constantly, and in this guiite, b-tore
tbe public, it seems to me a mutter ot Mm
pie justice to yourself and to these who
may be suuering as x was, to aua mai i
am not only as fully satisfied as to the mil
itv and efficacy of v ur treatment of ca
tarrh as I was six months ago, but I am
now of tbe belief that if there is such a
thing as a cure lor Chronic Catarrh, ia
my can a substantial cure has been effected.
Frxdbrick S. Jkwkll, ;
Prof. State Normal School.
Axbajst, H.Y, Sept, 1, 1804. ap23
Beef, Beef, Beef. .
OrFICB rOMHlSSABT BLBflBTtNCEA
Jo iMSoM'6 ISLAHD, HWAM EAHSL78KT, O., V
April 21, lfttiV I
CJEAXED PROPOSAL I DUPLI-
CAlEwUI b roreived by the anderiJirned an
il 11 A. V., Ma? 6, lt& from cit two lor! the
nitoj (State, lor fDruishiog sacb
For the Sabfl'siice D part went of tbe TS. 8. Armv
for ail 0. M. Trom aou fiisouen of War avt Julia-
la'i Island, Oh o, and vicinity, as niaj b rquir6
y id- ctiimiisary or cuMisttDOe stattoOHl at
.htuion'a Inland Obi;, from the Uth dftTtf Mar.
St.. to tlie lath day of NoTemlmr, 1866.
Tit It ef to 16 Mound nd wbolvscmc. Id alter-
nt fore and hind a n art m, or parts thereof.
r-cki, (.hank and kidney la I tow to be excluded.
nartrrs lo bet tmmtd aa iniDied by tbe re. a-
iia of the IT. 8. t ubHifttence Or Dart men t. to be
f g.,od At Htoers over fo.r yeera of age, and be
ell ei tn inch quantl-i aad at Htich time a
miiy be r quired by the proper oin ea.
'i taa ccM.ird bid- will form the baalH of a written
ccit ra-;tof unnal forms anJ condition.
A ootid la the sum of U-n thoasand dollars.
!(',' Mi), i'snod brbe Contractor aud two good
and softicimt suretfe, will be required, and tbe re
liiiflib Htj of tbe suret es moat be ctrtltled to by
ht i.'iwfc oi Borne i out t or K'Cord in ineioanty
ti which tbey rcaidu. or by lhi 0. 8. Dlstr cl At
icft bid most be accompanied ry the certlocace
f rtp' nubility, the cath of allegiance, and a
guaranty Htn-d by the bi dr ard pr poed sure
tie i, that if the bid Is accepted tbe contract will be
mi;ctil and boLd riled.
tacb i id mnt be accomDsnled br the affldaTit
of thebiddt-r tlat the bid is mtde fo itood faith;
but he ta ne tbr directly nor indirectly inter atad
any other bid ; that he ia conce ned in no com
inflation hawns; for its object fraud ipen the Goy
erfiue. t, ad baa made no effort to induce o. hers
not to offer proposals.
Payra nta to be made monthly in such funds an
may b supplit-d by th Treasury.
UidH from a firm mast specify the name and ad
drt-ts o each m-raber thereof.
.ha fire papers bid, oih, affidavit, certificate
of tespu'ibiiity, an guarantee mutt be attached
to earn other, enve opej, st-aled, ludorted "fro
p pn's f r Bwf," and adrnsscd to the onders'gned.
Hi 's will Lot be rereivi d irrm pa -ties wio nave
previous y fnilrd t comply with their bids or con-
rucw, nor Lorn part es woo are not preient t re
pond to 'b-ir bi .
I his aiTerti4emtDt win De part or the contract,
C a printed copy must re attached to each bi 1.
B. W. WK .LS.
ap2- td Ca- tfttn snd n. S.
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
Wood's Prize Mower
AGENCY AND REPAIR SHOP,
1 lf Seneca Street, Cleveland, 0.
X of this Patent, of any 3rar's m.Dnfrctnrs, c l
t:.-m t'-utuea sua pal la uiorougu worfcmg
I'ttc Knife anil I'lliuna Have leen
And c.nsd no troabi, or delais from breakage.
Tile main antl IHvitling Nuoea sire bofb
Ft lh ulilit'nn of ROLLERS WHICH
THE DRAFT io pftsiii & ov.r rotten gronod.
A Lsrnr bas also foea fttoched lor
Tnrow'na- the Kuife In and Out t)f
Notion miinnut Mopping
All Miit-hinefl ftn4 Exirasare from the Mft&nfac.
tory of W. A. Wowd, aad are tn.de In a snpttlor
L. C. FROST & CO.,
146 SENECA STREET.
Extra Cutter Brs, drilled nd coanfoto. with
(inrJa turn tuprovea ricKte Homers.
Knireflital I'itmaos, Itnprtmd.
Dr.ve Wtief's. BnVel W heeti and Pinions.
'ro bit aft it. loin plate, witti Herri Wheel! aad
Etcroti Aad jer.
.Hnm nnd iMvidlng Shoes.
New an J I hi proved
B,txo, Boltn ird Washers of til kinds.
ran It Hhatti. Wioio te. with Be Tel, Pinion nd
JN.1.4. Hwatta Beards. IWk Y.kns nnd ETenr.
A large aaeorlnieut of Kx iras f-f all kiutla for the
WOOD HOWINfl MACHINE.
All direct Irom the Ho, frhors Send orders to
L. u must a un ,
fH-22l 14 8-noe. strret, Cle'eland, O.
I IttHT HUBBARD MOWER
Medium llobbaid Mower.
Th;se Machine contiin more points of azol
enc than hdv oter before toe public. The M B-
Ill M HCHBRD cutaatwath 4 fett 8 Inches
ilt. 1h LIGHT HUUB.Ki)cuU4feet 8 Inches
wide. lirm't lighter tban any other
PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS t SHOVEL PLOWS
Tbe Lsrgeflt HHortnent in the West.
Garden and Lawn Boilers,
Horse Kales, (burns Koad-ficrspen
ud a TnrixtT of AOKICUI.TOKU, 1MPLI
JIENTj MtnnfsetureJ end for sal. at the
Cleveland Agricultural Works.
Office en 1 Warerootul. 3ft Center street.
ai)t:l:3'8 YUUNOLOVE, SUB-EY CO.
JJEi'OT Or? THK
Mowers and Reapers
ILIi PIKCKS tOK. KEPAIRIHe,
No. ISO Superior Mlreet,
The BUCEEVI has beoome the favorite of the
,,'armftra and lo many localities have
SUPERSEDED ALL OTHER MACHINES.
AM thuae In want ol Mowers will do we'l to ;!
thoir orders at oute, either personally or br mall!
m thn b apply tn he exhausted very soon.
OUtt YOUNQ FOLKS.
An lllnsttatfd Mutithlr Mai;axine f..r Boy m and
Ol f", ditM bT J- T HL .WHK1IXJB, 0lL
HMTLTON and LU' T LAR'JO 4. This Ms ga-
aine has alrpwlr attain d a clrrniatfon nnpaal
ii in the history of ooa.iue hteratnre. With
Uih HHtie of thd Apt it numt r It w 11 hava ait cs
tal.lifbed cSrcnUt-on o' wl.lOt) rou e. It Is cor-
dii! co-nmnlrHl by btb th stcu ar and ietioi ua
vrf: al'to br all tiercoos mtfrusted In the subj ct
or JiiTtufle LiteraLiirri, while tbe exprMions of
uiat'ficatl- n tbe rmbilBhr8 daily rt'ccive irow pa'
r utri, and alno from tue Yt)un Fotki thfruselrs,
conviuce h-m that tno Biacax ue anawera a waa
t int is ntiiv rsatlyfoli. It is live aim of the Pub
litlirt to make It a first cla MkzI in evory
rf'4it, and thy will spar neither labor aor
eappuite in their eo leavers to lurn'sh to their
v uuif readers una ancse moutuiy Visits snau
alw:i)i welc me, and shall be ei pec.ed w.tb plea
The staff of Contributors embrace t' e following
am'-tiic ni.iiiy prouiiut'iit canirs; Birs.oiuwK, n.
W. LONisFiCLLOW. JOHN O. WBirTlaK, O. W
H hlK.-s, Un. Li M. CHILD, apt.ln MATNI
T- ruis S2 a roar. Pmsrle nurr.bers 80 onts earh.
All siilmt riiitl us pVrble In advance. Hpectmen
copM-soi (Mir Y' Q'ik KkIUswiII be sent to any ad
rtn' for ' rente eaM'u.
John EI. A mm on. at Baker's Boca ttore. 259 8a
Dfrior Ptrtn-t. Cleveland, beiuc our only aothoriaed
AfTut for thd State of Ohio, all order- for theTrads
uwllu Rubecriutionshoald be addressed to nil
AtUutic Mnothly audUar Young Folks sent
to aty address tor
TICKNOR A FIELDS,
Pobliohers, boa to.
F-AGKNT3 WANTED In every city aud tovro.
Tor pHrticamts address J. ri. aWlUW,
Mb 17: S Ant t'lt-vwUnd,
FaSUOS AKD KKD1C1H K2 THS
J J attsotlonol Pbjtlol.os and all parroos wl: k
fvxe &a Ecll&ble Medlclnei
i rM(:otrnUy Bolidied to my stock, which ootBrf
as a womT,-tt aatrtin'vrit of arsry thing psrtaJs
Tf-iE DUG TRADE.
tu i"-;cj to !?surs satisfaction tothr parohaass.
L1C1.TM. Mtn UatOtCAf. IWfcTaOM&HYS, TiBTH, SOIaV,
Vif'.(.isr Ui'sasa a no Vuuuhiiaaa,
if lut-t sad MOrrt approved pattrrat, foU
cisdq aitataV trtcea.
Fofi'L'Taery r.l T&wf Articles
n cr.t variety. Also a stock (j IsIOOlltf (ai tt
atia .vl v.-olJ to uure In market.
A.-L.fir tfPLTSTd, tbf mcmX eomplsi
ft f. MpMnti v.if r"ef tv taa rroteanlon. Uonn
trj I ir(,'clua are particularly lov!bd to aaeasn
Init. n ny ti"C't, and will find It to thstr ad
?a-;f tr 'urcr m with their orders.
ft w CM KK no MftTMrfr.'-ei,
lo IH'tltcr'on ail kinds ot Snrar, and we are nM
fiiid the ilftht place MO. IM
mnsmiri.T. k PRirTirtR
KW SPKING GCX)m A choicely
1 asurtnd stork of Plain and rMaia Afpaeask
u been opened at BOWEB 4 HIOBJta a,
' Bwrar ttns4
GIFT BOOK STORE !
No. 110 Superior Street, Cleieland, Onlo.
BOOXS ARE SOLD
SEND FOR A CATALOGUE.
CATALOGUES MAILED FKEE TO ANY AD1IRE33.
BUY Y01'8 PHOTOGRAPH ALSIM AT TIIK METROPOLITAN
BraTSBMD FOR A DESC-Kiri TVB CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
SEXD FOR A CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR PRAYERS AT THE METROPOLITAN.
SEND FOB A CATALOGUE.
Cma the snon7 fur any pr'erd Albnns yon wsnl. iuhI I will itrar! ym trie
bHt la the Hln r fr the iimiir), una is Usailxiine HfT WISH F.ACU.
A Gift worth from
WITH EACH BOOK.
9A11 communications should be addressed to
oc!8:R3 o. 140 SUPMUOK fcrTRXXT, Clkvilakd, O-
AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES,
50 Cents to $100.
Bteam to and from tbe Old Country.
rilHS WBLL-KBOWKa, - a
L ntTorlte ClTile-bnllt Iron '.t si
Steanthlpsof tneANdKOB LINK.'v rJrt
U1KSHNIA" "BMTAN1A. ' 1
"CALBDONIA," and UNITED KISUDOM,"
are Inc-adcd to sail furtutftitl; ,ttn Nw fork
These Bteamers were kolli epeelailj for the it
lantle trade, are divided Into water and alr-tifht
eompartsaeets, acd are fi'ted np In every 'nct
to losare the sabty, enmrort aul confnience nl
paj.fc.nie a. An eiperinnfd Pnriron accompanlfS
well ship The rroviTioD. will be properly cooked
and served In unlimited qoanti'iBS.
BATES OF PASXAOC.
Toand from tlveruool. G'asttow. Lablin. Felf.st.
Ueblns S66 and I'll; I..termo,llte. 1: 5 : Hteeraze
payable tn rold or Its eqnlvalent.
xnoae wno wlsn la send for tbetr rrlYndi ran bn
tleaeU at tbwe rates from the Ajrnnt..
ap1t:IIW S Bowllnr Orjn. N. .
Cttlgatlon Open to Dunkirk.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The EridB.B. Steamboat Co'd Line
Of Ffrs-clAM BOBKW bTEMKR will now run
regolavrly for the sesson, leavtpn; (Jlevelaod diiily,
e noecttogat uurttvitttt. wun ineani baiu
NEW TORE, BOSTOX, HARTFORD,
And all the Principal Cities and Towns in
tM lieto iunglaml States.
To Danklrfe aad all Point on the Line
of tbe Eile Railway.
ar Pari hlppinf- by this Roots can pret the
benefit of tr.. educed rata- t ia tne i aae, loin on
Ksntward and Westward hoaud sr. iilt
J" Kor th.onsh rats aud hills of lading, apply
at tbe Company 's office,
109 River CI?t-Ij-.u1, O.
W. T. CTJSHING, Aent,
A. H. Wno. AeeDt.'ilO Broadway, New York.
W. H DtBLiK Aeent, 210 Broadway, and J
Sonta street, B R.
Jobh a. Dmup, agnt, i& uiau street, tKoo
Northern Transportation Co.
Is prepared to Transport Puraons and Pro pert j
Bostoft, all Points In Mev Irtglftnt!,
IKew lorn ana tne west
WITH PROMPTNESS, CASK AND DIt-'PATCB.
This wcl known Line of lrst-e!a tcrew
Stramera connects at OndeoshnrKh with tte tail-
roads f.r aHoMlon and All rolels tn e
Kiucland; at Cape Vincent with the Kailr. ad
between 4t lineent lau-i New York,
and at 0wecoua a Uam of flr.l-c.eas Ojd!
OSWEGO, TROT. ALBANT AND HP YORK,
roraing a L'AILI LINE between
B03T0N, NEW YORK,
O GDENSJ3 UR GB, CAVE VINCENT,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And aTai-WCIKLT LINE for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
J. MY IBS, No. 9 A-t..r Iloo-e, Hew Toik,
O. BKEED, 74 Fearl street. Now York.
JOHN HlHiKINti. 7 ae street, Boston.'
GSO. A. IDbT, ORdensbnrgh.
A. T. SMITH. Cspe Vinrent.
OBA3. ALLISON, Owivi;...
WALK BB A HATCX. Tuledo,
B. a. MATHCWH, Detroit.
0 J. BALK, Hilw&nkee.
H.J. HOWK Chicago.
PKLTtlH, FRKKCII CO.,
. K. MoUULE, .'trvrliit.
PaeertKer Att-nt CleTelan,l: mhlH:K.t
DAVID W. CAMP, MAKY COKB1T.
Ilr-tta Corblt. -loslow Vrbtt. and Marl
tor oit are hsr by notified tkaton tbe tilh tfaj ol
Ap il. iboS lianos Adams, aa fciecotor of tne in
or Kinilf Camp. deaeed, late of Coyabnz coin
ty Obiu filed bin pe itii n in tbe Coott of Common
Pleas of said coooty, the oij ct aud prayer ol
whi-.h pithinn lstoibtain iiomfndt art au
dicial constrnctioa o' said will, wr-u'h eha'l
thoriie and empower satd Adtras as tnb Kxeu
lor and Trns e u der 8 id will, to sell tbe rt-al s-
tate named in aaid will. and for uch other relief a
etiaitv may veamrj. ald partisae notified to
answer said petition on or helore the loth day of
JaneiMK 1j- rnts i in,
Attorney for P'a.rtiff.
CleTlDd, April 13, IBM. ap;l:ii4
"VfOTICH The underaignei h&g boen
duly appointed Adin'i iitrator of he e-tate
ol Willard barter, oece st-u, iaie oi nrr-innTii.t,
OHr. M 'ttK18 B. -.ALLlIP.
8tri.ngi:le, April 14, loi apl7: fi daw
XTOTiCE. The undersitcned hns bt?en
X dniy appointed admlnlstraior d borls not.
I toe esri oi faoim ct.arty, iaie o rarma,
CoyabO'r county, O., dpceaaed.
OleTAlsnd. April a, 865. apl'treuH
OTICE 13 HKKEBY GIVEN that
the nnder-lined hu ben sppotiited and dnly
q a alt fled as Adminlrtrator of the sate of bamnei
White, late of Cuyahoga c not? aod etate of Ohio
deceased. uuvbi LAruit.ii,
Ad-n'r Estate of Samuel White dee'd,
March BT l" mi! ":i wt
pvISSOLUTION. The Lumber firm of
J 9HKblU3 A f KKl 'tl IS tut, dtj Ql.soiveo
by ma.nal consent. The dbtswiM b tettled .t
tbe old stand bT tirher party. Cleiics mad be
paid promptly to save trouble 8- H. dhelaon will
continue the ta iuee at the 1J stan
Cletelatd. April 8. 186. ep1':i"
"lO-PAKTNEKSHIP. MR. TUEO.
J DOKC A. ANuKEWd Is tils dy admlttnd to
partnership in onr Ann. n he tiaue cl tbj nrm Will
beOuilB, ANDKLWd CO. riom thN date.
i. B. COBB CO.
April 1, W. a.t 4
FLOUR AND FEED.
TTILOUR FLOUB! FLOUR! AT BE
Jj I)OrlB PSICE 5,tO0 bM. fniih gronnd
Flonr, all giadee; some very ehoiee hrandi uf Krd
and White Wbest. suitable fir family or baker's
nee. for sa'e at War. bouse. 1H7 Me win St. Gro-
serynten. Bakers and others in want will cotuult
Ueir oa InteresU by examining onr to'R.
apH. PAB DNKB. BIleT CO.
YE FLOUR I RYE FLOUKI For
sal. I 1 lota to suit, at Warenonse f
ftS-OLU BYES MADE NEW.
A pamphlet direettnK how to speedily restore
Igfat and siv. np spectacleo, without aid of doctor
er medioene Bent by mail free, on receipt of tea
tent. Address E. B. FOOTS, M.D.,
toiH:RWAw 11 Broadway, New lork.
ADM IN IriTKATOK 8 SALE or khal
E-iTaTK. Ta pon nance of aa order of the
Pruh.te Court of Cuyabojnt coonty, O , to me dl
rtcted, I hIivK oVr for salr on the premises, id tbe
ci j cf It--? laud, on the 4th dy of May, 1S6 , at
eto ciMk p; is., the r llow.ng piorx o' land si a
aud i the caiy oi Cl-Tvird, Cayahogr. conuty
t4le of Ooie, and rit-enribed as 'ollowtt:
1. Btiur iMirt of tea a;re lot No 137. and 1
boardetl as ft itows: Feit Diug at thesoothwest.
cwrnerof St air and R-ss streets thence north
rrly al og tbe west lint - f B as str.et half way to
Haailvou strt-et; thence we trrly parallel wtts St.
Clair strsa-t, tlity fee-; th-nce southerlv, parallel
lib Hues tttret t, to tne sontberiy llueoi ot- uiatr
tteet- thence easterly aione 8t. t.'lalr stror-t, fifty
't-?t, tu the v aiw of becinninv, beina AV (at frsnt
on st. Ciaii atr- e by abnt feet drp.
being ,art of said tot fio U7, aol BeiDR J
feet fjreai on north side of St. Clair street anl x-
Uiiidi'-s; back half wy to UtaOiilUa street, anonx
lf fe t. an ) biujj; next west of and adjoining tn
firit Q.amd pi'ce.
3. beint tw-ri of tea acre lot No 1., and bon tid
ed a f iHtmt: rt-triDutn; at a point on the north
erly ino o 8t. t'la r strt, 14 fet easterly from
thn iafersction tf said norther y line with ihe
etuferly 11 of Res stnt; theace northerly at
rignt anttirM wno i uiair sire t, n.ll way ta
Hail!n etrett; thence eaUrly parallel with
St. 4 lair MtreHt, 77 fee-; thence southerly along
the westerly lioe o! land of Jne Uoldeo, to the
north -rly line of ft Clair str-et ; thenoe wrs'erly
Iouk ei(J northerly .iae, 77 '-4 h et to the place of
1. rite opral:m at fa'JW.
2. " M S ,itn.
Terixxa of saie, one-third down and balance o
time. I. PHBNTI8", .
Adm r of James Prondfoot.
IRON AND NAILS.
Iron nnd Kail Wareboase,
No. 85 ilervnn st., and 5 attd 7 on the Dock.
Cl,weinal Acsney oftlta
EAGLE IRON AND NAIL WORKS,
Jmr3 Wood A Co., Faor'as,
t'lwrlital Ai;eaej of tn
Hiawatta Nat and Bolt Worts,
Wood, MatTHitwa 4 Co., Fanr a,
4'lrvrland Asenry of h
PATEST WROUGHT IRON GAS PIPE AMD TUBING,
Jab. Wuod i. Co., Alijnr'na
Also, Manitarturer's Aifeut for American and
KngU'h branis i f titeel.
W th ih. ae superior ad well known brands, tfca
increa.ed at Ipins; fa uitie -f this el'Kiblw local-
ty, a saving in tiui. an;l trelgnt, together Wita
prompt attention toordeie,
At Maimfictarers' Prices,
I hope to morit a liberal nhare of patronage.
pl -1:2101 65 MTvln St., and and Ton Dock.
IKON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.,
No. ?J nd 31 Merwli Street,
a. a. ct -riL-ivu. saows, avmt sco
01m-iaad.O. ToougstowB, .
Maontactarers and Wholesale Dealers la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop & Sheet Iron
SAILS GUT ASD WHOVGBT BP1KJS8
HOT AND C'jL3 PRESSED NUTS ANQ WASHERS
had HprlD blrei, ... Ac.
Iron leahrs. Railroad and Mining OonDanlea.
Ship and Urtdtre Unild.Ts, Mttchluisis and Mana
tWtnrors, vho desire a qaality of Iron that will
tire entire satisfaction, are renpectfnily reqoestrdl
so favor as w!ttt their ontrs, ahtch shall always
aomtuand onr prom,t atd earefnl attention.
bVfer to Bnstueas Man and banksn generally.
jiiu AJHi) WAII WAiififlOUSKa
Kjs.SI, ft9, (W 17 I OLKV if L AHD( Roe 0M. VT -Ri
er Street. J OHIO. 9 on the Pvo
Wholossie Agency for the oale of
Bi4iitericBrr JsaUU Ns.11
Hiunnis made Horseshoes, tiboenberr'i Ooumos.
tnd JnnUta dheet iroa. bhocDbrKr'. R. Q. tfbesi,
Bade from Joolata I-oa, tthoetibergr's Jantata
volier Plate. Juniata Not , tfqoere and Hexaftoa,
At so Bar Iron, 'ftlnlow Glass, Txtra Berea Gria
-ooe, o. at Mnr.ftif"f-' prlfve- febll
jo. g. jtomcs,
Eeal Estate igent.
Underwriter's Arency, Germa-I.,
rlanover, fli.vara aod BepnDlic
re lnu'anceC.)e. of C York. 93,OOf.wflO
Rar'ford Kireln. Co. of Hertford.. 1,S75,"?0
North An.iricsn Kire Ins. Co. of
Hartf rd wOO,8ta
Oltatttr lak Fire Ius. ('o. of fiart.
M'rrhants' 1 re ine. Oo of Hartford aa,l:IO
Mutual Life Irs Co. of New Yoik... 13.t3, lo7
Cmf PRfiPKaTT M8 BALI.
ST. CLATB STSEET, near Ontario Cot-
tv Huav and Ictxie8 feet
BOMVeK rKF:rColtKe Uonse and
l)tlil"0 fret J.1.S0O
PB'"PrOr STKEKr Two story Brick
Hone an-t L t . 6,0(0
EauLIO STkKET Frame pwell'og and
LA H E Ti:KeT,uip witeClinten Park Cot
tape Rotl-earl t ut hxi:4 feet . 3.600
LAtv rRKKl', ueir Bond House and Let
4iil4 fet. 4,nrv)
R HT RSIK Hmee and Lot K1xh ft. I,8li0
H1I,T"S BTHr.fcr, near Bond Hons
ami Lot S.CO0
GAhlN bTKK f I tiolhie Coita;e Bonie
and WWi "1 'eet S.0OO
Fh04PE:r STUCK1', we,tof fcris Vacant
lot X'lin f-t
HI! N I N ni) S'RK UT, ccirre-r St. Clair
92i9o feet Good bnslMas property..
Also, Good Farms nnd Oat lots.
THE OLD EAGLE FOUNDRY
lnm wrong and Ofewdow hia.,
(oreosm Dtror. )
fv again open, and the snbenrlber betfs leave ta
inforta Its c'.d frieoda and patrons, and tbe pnbllo
-ui-rally. th.t he is how Mdy to palld
ALL KIHIH OF BitRIHES,
Portable or 8tatloaary.
Be Vi ales rdy w do all kind of IP A tBTSO
en short aotioeand In a workma:.ltke manner.
P.tlcnlar atf ntioa paid to PKof KLLtB
WOKK Onr faollltles for mannfaotnrina; BILb
OCAKINO are ae kooA aa the best. 'Ihe Pattern
have been aeonran'attng for apwarda of tw.nty
ve years, and ore of the beat quality. All ordera
from a dlstanoe promptly dtteodd to.
j. Hti4u, nanager.
CAXNED FRUITS AND VEGKTA
bLKS of very excellent qnality, consisting of
Pech Plnms, Cheniea, Blackberries, bather
ries, 7a Hays, or Whit. Flint Cora, Oram Corn)
and Tomatoes, oaa ba foond at
610. D. BSCVS,
k9t ITO tapattat sxti