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TOIHUAT, JIaT l. !.
Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee.
There it a certain propriety, wihkh all
will at once perceive, in linking together
the two namet with which we have head
ed this article. They were the Q :il and
racognizad leaden of the rebellion the
one of Iw civil, the other of its n.i;iury or-
ga.nixti.ioa. They were acknowledged
tuch by their fellow traitors, by the loyal
oocD'.e of the cation, and bv the world at
Urge. And they were not only iu official
leaden, but they were its leal and essential
strength. It their genius treason found
animation, Tijourisbinent, orgmir-tion mid
tupp jrt. Without thuir etforis the roUe!-
liona would have collapsed months, aje,
yean, before it did. They are thus its rep.
Pdsontatives U facto as well as de jur.
And tbey are both in our haudb Lee as a
paroled prisoner of war, Davis as an arrett
ed fugitive from justice.
J. ffjrson Divis mutvdia. We do not
miiVnke or mis slate the unanimous verdict
of the North when we take this for graft
ed. He is universally regarded as the
Great Traitor. Iu Lieu treason is embod
ied and incarnated. Ia bis person it will
stand trial before the nation, and the pun
ishment meted out to him will hereafter be
the extremes, penally which attaches to it.
For surely there can ba no clearer or more
aggr&vaUd case than that wnich the record
of the last four aye, of the Int twenty
yean make aguut JffarEon Davis. The
nd .rtrl fimV .nH Una ihat
the only way to satisfy justice to guaran
tee the security of the future to prese-ve
the Republic from future conspiracy is to
fcan Jtffjrson Davis.
JJutjustica must not stop here, if we
ei'wute tie civil leader of the rebellion, we
caunot grant free pardon to its military
chief, wno has been for the lasUhreo years
its chi. f support. Wicked and baso as is
J fi irsoa Davis, we regard Eobert E. Lee
as tbe wickeder and baser of the two. We
cannot Say that either is a greater traitor
than tne other, as both aie clearly guilty
of the crime, but if so great a villjiny c m
be increased and sggravated by attendant
circumstance, Lee's treason is blacker and
more daranic than that cf Davis. The
latter violated no conviction cf con
science in embarking in the rebellion.
Eolflsh an J crnel as he has proven hiaiself
he cannot justly be charged with a deser
tion of principle. He had been for years a
disciplo of Calhoun, and his political prin
ciples were weil understood. Lee, on the
other hand, was never a believer in seces
cion. He well knew that he was comtniU
ting treason in leaving the United States
Armj and accepting service in the rebel
' lion. Ee was not with the rebels at the
outset, but clung to his position in the sor
vice of the United States until a better cne
was offend him by traitors. It was selfish
ambition that led him, Judas like to betray
Toen, too, Robert E. Lje bis done more
especially during the last to years, vo sup
purl the rebellion, than Jeff. Davis and all
his cabinet put together. It has been tbe
g' liiug and the popularity of Lee, and that
aloap,that has hold the Confederacy togelh
er since the campaign ol 1831 commenced
With the battles of the Wilderness, lie
h:i continued the struggle long after he
know it to have beta hopeless. At any
time during the last twelve months, by
declaring that the rebellion was a failure
and reliuing to continue longer in its ser
vice, he could have crushed the whole
fib.-ic. He chos, instoad, to gratify spite
nd malice by fighting on. He is iiidi
vidua"y responsi3t life lust ill
the subsequent struggle, iiiitore bod and
before biMoiy he ia sj-idged guilty of
wholesale and wanton murdor.
Again, Ganeral Lae, as the Oommander-ia-Chief
of the rebellious armies, isretpen
sib'.e even more directiy than Jefferson Da
vis for the cruellies and barbarities prac
tised upjn our prisoners. Whether they
were committed by his command or not,
at ail events his protest would have
put a stop to thorn at once. That protest
was never made, and tbe graves at Ander
sonvi'.la, Salisbury, Florence and B.llelile
shall ever be inotumenta to his infamy.
But iernaps the darkest element in the
crime of Kooei t E. L je is hie military
treachery. Educated in the United btatcs
army, at tbe expense of tho country, hold
ing high potiuon in the service, he roiaiuc-d
luat position Chief of Stall to our Com
mander-in-Chief even after the rebellion
broke out, and alter playing the spy for
months, and gaining all the valuable in-
formation of our plans and purposed which
his position afforded, he went over to the
enemy and sold out his knowledge to the
leading traitors. He way be regarded as
the representative of treachery in the army,
as Davis is of civil treason. An exampie
is needed for the army as well as for the
Yesl Leo and Davis are partners in
treason. They hoped to reap the greatest
emoluments from it; they were elevated to
its highest honors. As their position has
bsen lofty, let their fall be low as their
false glory has been greatest, let their die
eracj be deepest. They have been the
representatives of rebellion. Let them
pay its penalty.
American Bible Society
I The American Bible Society hold its
1 forty-ninth anniversary in New York on
' Thursday. Its report contains the follow-
ing items, embodying the result of its last
' year's work : Receipts from all sources,
( $677,851 36; of which there were from
: sales of books, $104 722 16; from dona
I tloue, colleolions, legacies, etc, $250,750 96;
1 .rents, $16,373 54. Life directors consti
j tuled, 89; life members, 2,284. Books
I printed at the Bible House, 1,432,575 ; and
If in foreign lands, 287 904 ; total printed,
l,720,ot9. Books bsued from the deposi
tory, 1,530,371 ; and in foreign lands, ex
clusive cf those sent thither from tbe Bi
ble Hou?e, 300,193; entire issues of the
year, 1,630,564 volumes. Aggregate issues
sf the last four years, (during the war),
5,304,703 volumes, iotal number of vol
ume) isiued since tbe organization of the
jociety, 20,607,5t Books sjld duriug the
year, 733,365 volumes, valued at $'354,-
i At tbe anniversary of the Congregation
,1 Union in Hew Tork, on Thursday, the
,'llowing extracts from a letter from Chit f
us tlce Chase, were read by Theodore Til
jn : "I would like to say to the Christ
ina who shall assemble at your reunion,
n earnest word on the present great na
onal duy of granting to the freedmen of
le South the right of ml (-protection by
Jfy last communication on the
Ihiecl with the eood President whom we
ive lot t, was on the morning ot the black
ty, and I may ssy that he was nearer
siit on this sulj'ct, according to my view
"right, on the last day of his life than on
ny dsy before. Our rew President, I
ve the haj-pinesg to say, is a man whose
.mocracy is as broad as the democracy of
e Declaia'.ion of Independence."
"Sword and Gown."
'Perhaps it was the title of this well
known novel that suggested to Jefferson
D. that, the first having fai'ed, he still would
have recourse to the second. But he was
as untucessf ul wi'.h the go n as he had
been with the wunL. . ..,- . . ---
. The Boston 7Vtir-'-4 says that tie fa
ther of Commodore Winslow, of the Kear
sage, Mr. Kdwsrd " Winslow, died at
Charleston, S. C, during the war. He 1 'ft
no will, but express! the desire that his
house servants should nut be e l l, uT.d that
the whole of his estate should g)lo Lis son.
An admiaislrat ir was appointed fir the
paymeitof a fe small dt-.bts, and all of
the property 12 South Ca-oiiua b'ir g per
sonal, and coiuietirig ol '-ill bale of couor,
several negroes and personal tli'jcts, was
sold by order of court. Tee administrator
now returns his account to Commodore
Winslow of $115,000 (Confederate) ialank
and seven shares Confe derate bun's of
$1,000, eylt per cent itiV s'.el by fcinr
Other property, c miis'.ing ot so:aj $10,000
or $12 000 in the largest cott -to mills ( Kock
fish) near Favetleville, X. C , and not sub
ject to the order cf court, was burned by
Sherman. Thus the whole property is
gone. Mr. Window was a strong Union
man. His boast wn he had never voted
in Soutn Carolina, the law excluding him.
The Christian Ay slcr ejL-goats that, in
stead of building the six or eigiit moua
monts in honor of .fresiieat Liuco'tn, al
ready pnjecled, a single monumeut be
buiit over his remains at (Spring del 1, 111.,
and that Lincoln Homes, for iliia'jltj sol
diers, be estabiishe 1 iu all the principlo
Cities. This is the right idea. These
monuments to his memory, and tbe most
acceptable to him, if his wishes could be
Dr. J. G. Holland, (Timothy Titconib)
the popular author and lecturer, is prepar
ing a Life of Abraham Liuci la. It is said
that he will visit Chicg- and Spriiiglield
to gather materials for his work.
Hiss Hosmer has completed the fta'.ueof
Thomas II. Benton which tbe Missouri
Legislature ord red fro'a her, ai.d it has
arrived inril. Luij. It will be inaugu
rated at aa early a day a; possible.
P who fiiit iiJ rnol aaav
M.y liv l s litit MU'ilher tl ijr.
But JtB' Dttvis canuot "claim extinp
tion" under this rule, as he never stayed to
fight at all.
"Sword and Gown." Our Canadian Cousins.
It had Ue .imo u accepted theory by
mankind in general, that ha leuiprocai
interests of commerce were cot oa.y tae
mo-t potei t preventives uf strife and atii-
mosity, but, also, the most iffcctive promo
tives of good will and comity btteen n
tions. '.through its genlie iuluni s-ioa a mu
tual knowledge ot the respective govern
ments, nudes of thought, mourcn ar.d
customed of each, was euppjsed to be dis
seminated among the musses, aud thereby
a multitude 01 vulvar pn juiioHf, ttie re
suit of ignoraace, very much qualified, il
not entirely obliteratud.
The rebellion, however, axoug ils nu
Dierous salutary lessons, has taujnt w, at
Wst, the fallacy of this doctrine. It hax
demoru-trated tbat jealousy and envy may
rankie for years b-rieaih a smootu ai.d
polithed exterior, and the moj. lit a favor
able occasion for their di?-p!MY occurs, over
come the dictates of pruJenoe, judgmti.t,
and even lorifr cher:tn( d principi.'p, ia or
der to exult over the misfortunes of a row-
eri'ul neih bor. Notwithstanding tile lowl
and divernlied commercial, fooiai ard po-
lilical relati'ins which hnve existed belwet n
the United Suites and Canada, the ms?.
11 the latter have evidextiv Cetived their
little knowJo'lre cf the sovernaiont, hirto-
ry, geography, and p-opie, of the l'. rmer,
jro'n inoir ancecto'-i'.
or nvioueruir.-i as
truths ot Hoiv
as an in Cental! ce
u modify, increase
to deny tbe sacred
writ. Tories iroui x.ni:iana ar;a rene-'v;es
lroin tho United Males, wlioselt'ed in Can
ada during ar.d prior to tue Revolution,
were aceu. tomod to vhile away the lonsr.
dreary evenings of Ihvir almost Silurian
winters by the recital of Muncbauu:i s'.o-
r.s which pi 'luied ia slow. bit colors tee
wiaJom, foroearance and oade'-o-r.sion of
Ifiui'laid, aDd the fuiy, wioae lnessnnd in
gratitude ot the coiojues ia revoilin lVom
tue rule cf tae mother country, iu thj
process of time tnere lteecds Bii'iir.d the
lorce and authority 't aii'heuvic hi'torv
acd all attempts of butter inlornnd trsV
elers to refute thei by ctrrect alitemiuls,
were receivea witn scorn and d-jiuion, or
the polite intimation that the teiidt-r.i y of
a democratic fiTm wf goverr.menl wns to
Olunt the swim 01 hoin r, and" mate nu n
more anxious to triumpu iu arauaiect than
t) cbserv too principM of veracity. At
ter a whi.e, hoAever, ci.uie the cnlv iie i-
aeu innovation tiny fave ever t'jlurat. J
upon this coaitorta iie iesv of Yankee a
Ia rs. Jroru B,rii;laiid Was impute) the
intelligence taat tue sjeteujtl tvincau
slavery, hrel u.troiuced aud f iltered l.v
jj. inr u cpuai anu law 1:1 tne l mieit states,
Wits such a horrid, sinful, barbarous crime
apaitst humanity as to demand the moral
til jrts ot ail good Uanaliacs lor its abeli
tioa. Th.-n u-mineiiixd the nuver-oi.dii: j
Boiig whose burdei wis !3, "I'rolty
leuow you are, to spout arwut uoert
4iaiLji auu vuaL swi i tuirg, wnen you
noia minions in slavery
The North coateesed withsincere sorrow
tho enormity of the cnaie, and palliated
nor snare in tue c u ence Dy actnowledgir.
her inability to devise any plan for its re
moval which would bejoot to all parties!
the North, the South, and the slave. To
question tne sincerity of our respected
cousin's professions of pious horror was
never thought of for a moment by the
Tne rebjllion unmasked their hvr-
ocritioal prutensions, and exposed the hol
lowness of the love they had so long nd
loudly boasted for ail moral and nhil.
anthiopic reforms. So good aa op
portunity for the safe duplsy cf
hereditary malice could not be allowed to
pass unimproved. Hospitality and pro
tection weie cheerfully ex'.cnatd to known
avowed Conspirators, assassins, rob
bers, plotters of arson, or ary other ciiine
against the peace ot ice United Stt.-
their overt acts of treason and murder
sanctioned by the most transparent indi
farce since the oayj of the infamous
True, the ir'-irv inflicted noon onrcvun i
insignificant m-hou comrta-wl with tho
value ot the kuowledgo wo r-ve acquired
future emerpencies, concerning tne ob
ligations wbich a irood nenrhborho-xl and
eirict obeervanise jf the laws f neinral
ity imposes. In realty, Coada berso.f
Iw id -j only sufurar la tbe long
The hbrojiatk'u. of the rooinrociiy
treaty will cnttpe oommerce, iirrici"lturenr:l
domestic enierpri.e of a'l kiallsto laairuish
throughout the twrders. Her haruy, am
bitious young men wli be driven to seelr
aistinction a-d f r,une in the more bril-
and rem.morative arena of the Ke
pubiic "We will welcome them, too, and
to exp -ieace and ass-cijtioa to re
move any narrow idiss they have c-ruract-d
during their erly, tjry training. Tnero
only one mode by which oor loving
cousins miy obviate this in pccdin t
nation and national ruia. I. is a panacea
is warruued to cmo ail tbe political
of the western hi nrspuera. Agreeable
the taste, it never produces naurea if
in a sensible Jioilhern vay. it is
short, applying for aJiuis.-ion into the
xhissuge-tton dies not eaisnate
sell'-ia teres led motives lor Cod
we have territory enough now b .t
a priccip e common to humanity,
a d.-sire to asiiet poor and weak
to get on luj worjd. Are do not
to be thanked lor 11 at present, how-
or to see it acted upn immediately.
it is belt t, too, that it should re
main in abeyance for a time, as the United
might possibly oijeel to annexation,
morals in Canada. 0.
THE ASSASINATION CONSPIRACY.
The Room in which the Prisoners are
Tried—Graphic Description of their
"Ve find in the Cincinnati Guzrtie of
yestetday a very interesting despatch from
Washington, descriptive of th9 room in
which the military commbsioa for the trial
of the conspirators holds its sessions, and
of the prsoners arraigntd before it, from
which we extract as follows:
O.1 entering the court from the doer last
niecti med, ou are met nrst by Oeneral
Uartmnft. Upon stepping a few lot to
the left, and lacing west, the eye is fif.t
attracted to the Court, asaembltd ia bril
liant full dress uniforms, ranged around
the tible. On the runt, at the eat end ol
the table, Sits Mijor General-David Hunter,
presiding oilier ta tne ri.ht, at the
north side of the ta le fits General Low
Wallace the op. od afide, a"kdtothe
l ft of the 1'res'de't, is Bievet M-j r
General Auir'ist V. Kau'.z and so on. Un
euner tile are ranged o'her members f
the Ciiim6-ioo, 111 me oid-rof their rai k
J uJgo Auvo Ate General Holt sits at the
west end ol the tab'e, an t, at .he riht a e
bis atsittanta ol. U 1 Bon.ett and Judge
Bingham. Facing the Coxra ssion, ai d
near luese, is Hon. K-verdy Johnson, and
-animal roui d bim are tne other counsel
lor tbe prisoner.
The stranger visitor i3 naturally curious
to s.-e and to-.templale tne countenances
of tbe prisoners, and his eves rapidly ps
from a 1 tne otner oljcls ia search of the
uca use t. There sin a row of thirteen meu
ai;i.inst tbe west wall on the platform, be
hind the raiticg. "Which is Pajne?
which is Harold"'-' &C-, he rapidly asks
himself, and he mentally answers as rap
idly : "Sureiy, l'-kvce cannot be there
I see no oue that answers hia duscrp
tiin. That may be Harroid; that
other, Dr. iluda ; but I don't sea any s ich
maa as the would bt-assa?sin of Mr.
witn xni' u"iTirourne extreme Itft, an3
next the iloor leading to the cells. Here
is man apparently a'x ut f wty one or
torty-two Years old, say five ft et ten inches
in hitht, siender, with rod or sandy hair
of thin growth, With pale oval face, some
what intelligent, medium tiz;d blue eves,
iiih iorebeal, rather prominent nose, tb in
Hps, and a red tutt ol hair on the chin,
lie dots not seem to be distreree 1, but in
terested in tba trial. He is dressed gen
teelly in bUck; wears slippers. i'he
movements of nu limbs are somewhat re
st! ictfd, for a cmal chain surrounds etch
wrist, aiid extending from arm to arm,
and a like cbaia is about his ankles, and
conlioes his les. This man in Dr. iludd,
against whom il was at first supposed but
little, if aiilbiD, of guilt coull be shown,
but against w bom t.-.e tes'imony thus far
seems fearfully pjintiug. You look furth-r
to tho right, passing over the alternate
mail, who is au i lli .er, aud jou obsrve
oilting beside the lat'er, a little ieilow
dies-oil in a faded blue suit, whom you
would scorn to call a m'n. He seems but
nineteen or twenty years old, about five
lee. lour irciiei higi, 'usky black hair,
lie'y, dark bizel eves, slight tults of
bjard along the ctia and j tws and faintly
surrounniiig the mouth, with rather round
lace, lull but nut prominent nose, full lips,
looi'.sh, weak, boyi-h count':aonce iuai
catii'g but a slight decree ol intelligence
a'id not the fiolodt trace of ferocity ; arid
ibis is the poor creature who seemed to
live but in the sndle of the as-iassin, who
devotedly followed him ia his llight, shar
ing his privations aud capture. This boy
)j 'lokiig at;ai.'i to the riht, and omitting
the altern-te guard, we couje to one 01 the
most reuiarkab.e lajes in tue group a face
wnich, oi?ce seen, caa never be forgotten;
one wQ'ft-e moral su.tus is readily deter
mined by making a proper examination
ot his face. This man is dollied sparing.''.
He is labia sLirt-sieevos a sort of ttoei
inixed noo'eu shirt His pants are of
dark blue common cloto, neik bare and
cohar unbuttoned He is fully six feet
high, of slend.r body aud augul.tr form.
iareami narrow across tue snouiuers,
and holiow-briiHslea. 111s nair is black au l
straight, irregularly cut, and hanging in
niuerentiy abiut cis ureaean, which
rather low a'd narrow. His blue etesare
laiesnd ttari ig, and at tinios wild. 11
returtE your look steadly and unllinouingly,
Ue has a mi lare tce; bu 1 iws are lrregu
iar, nose lion at the lop, but expanding ab-
runt:y at tne nostrils ; lr,iu lips, and slight'
uionta, car ved unsy unnetncally
and a iittle to the- left ot tbe iindule liueol
ix-; a wi'd, 8ava!;e-lookintr man
baarirg no culture or retintinbt; Iheuios
p?rfeot tvr-e of the ingrained, hardened
oriaiuiul. ice ruaUer wbu has read tae
newspaper description of this man will not
guess his name, the very opposite if my
picture is taat whl.h has been given tue
pub 10 a nd yet mine is atrutbl il pen like-
(sa and just estimate ot Lewi l'ajne, wh
lias been rep'-esented ia arpuaranue as ai
most tba reverse of what I have here sU
ted. Those who look upon the criminal
will agrto with me that ha is slmott horri
Aiiain, look'nir to tho riirbt, we come to
rjiaugler, tne carpenter of rord's theater,
who is neoeveu to nave been liooln s a
coiupiisce in prcparini; the means of en
cspe fro.u tl o theater. As yet no proofs
uave been ii.toi aijiiiist nun, and he is.
tuab iv oouiii., as upon otQrs, not wotby
spu'ai uoscnp iom mo poor inau
iUH.li,;, and apparently hue U fi onlv
enough H-nsibilily to understand that be
got into a very uncomfortable situation
somehow or nlncr. ile is short, thick
Stature, wr.h lull fi, bearing indications
excsesive drink, dull, grey eyes, cluaify
haul, and light hair, clos-iy cut.
The next of the accused to tbe r:gh, is
O'liaughJi 1, ajinst whom, ts jet, the
proof nave not developed anytning. Ha
a small men, w .ij. hi :ig about 1M pounds,
about five feet fi ve mcnes hinti, with bushy
black ftair, if luxurimt growti, pale f.ce,
black t yes, slight bihek wuiskers, dedja e
silKy mouslacuo, and thin g latee. His
couutenar.ee is eminent'y -jpani-h, and tol
erably iiitellur. nl, wi h.no special iudica-
01 any kina.
Again, to the right of this man is one
it would appear from tua testimony
lar adduced, was to have performed a
important part in the terrible plot.
AUeivt is pointed out as the person to
wnom was entrusted the assassination of
rresident Johnson, in the Jvirkwood Uousa.
criminal is man of small stature, with
German face, sallow Complexion, dull dirk
eyes, rawer liirht colored hair busnv
neglected. He looks rather unconcern-
and at no tune evinces a single sensibil
in uis almost inevitable doom.
be las; 01 tho mala prnsouers on trin.1
upon the eitimi end of tha platform,
witioow looaiog out to tne north. This
Arnold, against whom also, as vet. no
testimony has been introduced, and we do
now understand his status in the tra.r.
drama. Ha is a young man of very
necontand respectable appearance, dressed
and about thirty years old. tiirn ft
inches hign, with dark hiir and eyes,
board, clear lu;ht complexion, inui.
c-cur tanance, on which we would
vain for evidence of capacity for guilt.
Tne last and most proaiineut of the ac
oiiFed was Mrs. Surr.alt, who sits apart from
other prisoners, at the west end of the
table aud near her counsel.
wretched woman is dressed in full
mourning. She wears her bjunet and veil
,us " 'vu "A buu jourt. jieraire
probably li y. Sae is cf tne large Am
J inian cla s d square built woruun : has
masculine looking hands, full face, dark
eyes, lifeless, hair not decidedly dark.
Complexion is swar'.bv. AlttwetluT
face denotes moie than usual inti.lli
genca. Sue suims to bo weighed down ;
while conclusive evidence iia4 biu
which, if true, mates her part in
horritile tragedy of the mostcoid-blood-tt,
heartiest vba.-actur, sua but once seem
od disturbed. Her eyes are rather sott iu
exprutsion, ana stiongiy t variance with
general harshnoss ol the other features.
seems oi uraui.til rutal. and tilted
diiiu.ih'o ;.;...!: . .
o ii juiiv-iiou bo orinir lorin men
only; and yet sfo -i-m not
as L.any jiacbeth praj-d to bn,lrom
crown U: tue toe full of cruelty. Like
others, she is iu irons, a bar of ten
in length passing from one ankle
other, and is attache! toan iron band
encircles each. Her hands are free.
other prisoners except Mudd are
iroaeu. ineir leet and ankles are
as in the caae of Mrs. Sur.-att, and
to each leg is a cbaia about six
Ion?, tj which is appended a ball
fifty pounds. .Beside then a har
bands, like that about tha feet, confine
their arms. When the prisoners thus
heavily ironed are required to move about, I
the omcer in attendance upon tnemMHU
the balL ' Nearly all tbe accused are re
quired to wear a peculiar cap when tbey
retire fiom the Court room.
This cap is constructed of cotton cloth
padded, and covers, beloiet-like, the entire
head and nearly ail the face. It was sug
gested, seine weeks ago, by the attempt of
fayne to take bis life by butting his head
against bis prison wall
The conuuet cf a 1 the business of tbe
Commission is entrusted to General llart
ranlt, whe p ili. u is relatively that ol a
Sheriff to a Civil Court, or Manual to the
United States Court, and tho correpond
ing positions of Bailiffs are hlled by Col
onels, Alnjjrs and Captains. All ilia busi
ness is transactei ui a digniQol aud order
LETTER FROM MEMPHIS.
The Sultana Disaster—Relief for the
Sufferers—Meeting of Southern Men
—Disposition to Return to the
Union, &c. &c.
MEMPHIS, TENN., May 8th, 1865.
EtiToas LaaoKu: a your miming
cditi jn of the 31 i.ist , 1 soj an editorial
npoa the Suitana ciisster, in which you
give it as vcur opia:on, that it was a retal
plot. Such might be itDia the range of
easy possibility, knowing tha infernal
malignity of secessionists us we do, but
such a statement wou d be considered very
iaiptobable here, where the lacts are sup
posed to ba fully known. That very great
criminality is justly chargab'e to aome per
son or persons all here agree, and tbe gen
6"al opinion at present, I uu Jerstand, is,
that the government officers at Vh-ksburgh
are directly responsible, and the reasons for
the opinion are, that the Sullana Was corn
pulled by taeolacorB having charge of the
- - - i ' r- " fc
tike on tbe number she did against the
nrgent protest cf the Captain of the boat.
Captain ilason said to parties here in
Memphis, that be objjctei to carrying
such a load, and slated to the oilicers that
the boilers were vry much out o: repair.
They insisted, and no discretion was al
lowed him. Besides, there were laying at
the wharf at Vicfcsburg, at the time, two
steamers, bound up the river, eachof which
came up light. Cap',. Mason lost his life,
and, I believe, tha engineers also.
Tnis disaster is unparalelled in the history
of marine disasters 011 these western walerb ;
ami, as it is related to me by tbuse whosur
vived, the mot awful and shocking calam
ity of the kind thit ever cainu to my
knowleJge. Witbiu a space of perhaps
three aercs, it is supposed taat ai least e irl t
hundred human beings must have found
a watery grave. Tne bodies are now
ri-ing aud commencing toll .at down. Not
an hour since, two bniies, locked in each
others' arn , we'u picked up as they wore
lloaling by the city. A geulloman who
came up fiom Helena, Arkansas, ester
day, iulorms me thty pns-s.-d four or hve
floating bod es. Il is woluily sad to think
of, under ay circ lUH'.anres, but when we
red.-ct that Ihise men for the m i.,rt
had been absent from home for three vears
in the service, tnd for a long time shut up
in those prison puns of the Souih, wheru
tncy had not beard from their lii .nd.j, it
is a picture of such ufer horror ih it no do-scrip-.ion
is worthy of it. Tiie people of
tins city uavo none wtia'.ever tley 0 uid to
reiievu iba sufferings of those il jured, aud
n. nahave been morn active tban sore of
th.eo who bt-.vo c instantly been ihefncnus
and adherents of the :-oir.h.
S.nce thu fall of Kichmond and tha eu'
ronderol h e's army, 1,0 hope of accoin
plistiag anythiin; lor Iho Southern Cou
liiueracy has bet-n entertained, and now
they consider it among the ihiata that
At a mealing a few dajs sirme of Tor
nesseeans, ilif-issippians hud Arkansasans
held here in llomohis, tha dea.rft ,f ih
speakers seemed to b y and the peo'pio
readily agreed to it, that every effort should
be mft'le to restore peace and quiet, and to
discountenance the guerrilla and thieving
bauas, and once more eet themselves bscK
law tne Union ion the best terms they
could; tlat they Imd bcea most soundly
whipped they challenged aay one t deny
acd ei pressed the d-sire that the past four
years should bo forgotten as h-.st as possi
ble, and hoped the JNcrth would aiio u-
'Ut lj iutt fhio ... 1... .i. .
cere di-sire ot . this neopia, that reconcilia
tion shnuld iioswif. and ertectual. They
claim that of sutlering and ruin limy have
ha 1 their full shire, ant say they have
made a brave hht, have got whipped acd
now desire to acknowledge it and quit.
General Hunter and Reverdy Johnson.
A dispatch to tha Cincinnati Gazette de
scribes a sceno between .Major General
Huntorand Kavordy Johnson, iu the course
theproieeJingsof the military commis
sion for tne trial of the a-sasji nation con
spiracy, which was omitted ia the re
port to the aociated pross. Wo acpjnd
.I.-....-.1 TI. . .. .
jauoia, uuuwr rose ana said, befora
proceeding lurther he d -signod to read
communication from one member of ti n
Vourt, wMea wsi read, cs follows:
-.us. xrsmkkht: 1 leel 11 to be mv
duty to object to the adinision of Mr. TImv.
erdy Johr s in as a conin-el beb re this Court,
tna ground that he does not recognize
the moral ob'iiiHtiou cf an oath that is a
test oath ot li.yahy, or tbe force of the ob
ligations of loyalty lo tbe Government of
united .states, and in aunnort nf thi
U'jacuon. navo tne Honor torelor the mem-
oars ut the C iun to his ooicion on thnsiih-
jeci, publi-hed in a letu-r over his sina
tare, pending tha alop'.i m of the Consti
tution ci Maryland, in lSi4."
lha reading of thu communication cre
ated quite a sensa'ion and much surprise.
Han. Keverdy Johnson ouietlv rose. anrl.
advancing a few steps. inauireiL " Mair T
what member of tua Commission
mates that objeeuon 7" The President re
plied, with soma evidence of excitement.
v . . . ( - m.. - . . 1
io.-, sir. ins same ol tha mmiw u.
Harris, uenernl Harris." and as he .nt
down, added, "and I may say if General
Aomi, uau uoi maae it 1 suould "
bromiha mora reoort of tlm ntm.rt.
which ensued, of which you have a correct
account, it is impsible to convey the im-
l,'""luu prouuetu Dy tne painlul episode.
dignified bearing of the venera'uie Sen
impressed every on8 in his favor, and
probably with one exception, commanded
resoect, and irained the n.n.H i.,... ..f
Tbe behavior of General Harris wss
lessdigniUed and manly, and while he
been tho occasion of too mortifying
every one acquitted him of any bul
purest motives iu msking the ol jectior .
in mom oeea a i .imw i .1. ........
opnsodtoUka tho to'.L u-esc-rlriEa nv
statute. General Wallai e inlornose,!
the remark, "It is certainly within
knowledge of every member of this
Commission that tha honorable eentieman
olten taken that ov.h, and I move thnt
be dispensed with." Taa oatn was not
Demeanor of the Conspirators on
[Washington Dispatch to Cincinnati Commercial.]
Dunrg a portion of the trial to day, the
isoners seemed to be in verv Pond hum..
the evidence ut one witness, who testi
lied that l'ajne was a maa named Wood.
I thought it so good a joke, that he
laughud uiri8ht in Court. Toward tho
of tue proceedings, the prisoners
(,s in. lid", rent as tnespoi talors as to
hntever miht be tne itauii, laough they
close attention to the ev.deuoo.
Tortb Adams is known as a pleasant
in tae J'.-rkshire section of il issa
chuset'.s. A reW days since a mysterious
giintlerran, a straLnor, cb.'i.ged board at
viilano hotel. He desned that no par
son would spea'c to him except the land-
xio wai .rooG-lw);ing and well
Sevcrd laji.s endeavored to
hisa--u .intuc-, but tailed, finally
ones appointed con iuittee of live
visit him. They ui i tj and staled their
He fyed theai and reohel
stranger and a c.iminal. I wase mvic ed
Mew York of a heavy c, icie. Th j idge
me to tight jews in ring-Sing
live in North Afouit six montns. I
the Utter." The ladies retired nH
stransrer was not a;rin disturbed
KyiniNO COITON". -500 pounds
all 00 on. lust recoiled, at reduced m,.
M. ilALiiA CO.
DISCHARGE OF TEK 2AKS, &c
Sn, Slf-t. Mrk flaw, Mew Tork City,
Will commence his engagement
AT CLKVELANP, RUSSELL'S FOREST
from HON DA V, May 15th, until SATURDAY,
AT THE UNION HOUSE,
Youngstown, M:ihoning County, Ohio,
from MONDAY, May 2a, until PHIDAY
ilay 26th, 18e5.
DK.C.B. LIGHTHILLS first visit to
Ohio was indmed by numerous appiicv
tions for trtiatment from parties unable to
visit New York for that pjrp-jto, and who
con nut be su ecasfuily trealwl except alter
a reisonal exaniirialiou. li'c practice has
.f.au to successful that ha has repeated his
visits to Cleveland several times. Still he
findi tb.t it is almost as dilii :ult for some
parties desiring his service, to visit him at
C! ovciand, ttiiu in (x.mplnuica with the re
qeit; of many cit'Z 'iis, he has consented,
before returning to Europe, to visit several
central p lints in .Northern Osio, making
Cleveland ni3 headquarters so that all who
desire cmi consult him.
.Kor tho past twelve years Dr. Ligbtbill
lias paid ci)uiive atieuti n to the treaU
nieni of doHtV.ess and catarrh i a Us vari
ous for.TiS. lie h is praclir-ed in New York,
and oth' r pnmtipnl KasU-ru cities, where,
until a fjw months pvt, hi wa associated
wi b his cousin, Dr. K. It. Ii'gb.l&itl, and,
together, they have acquirtd a stiuding
which t.-w usirnod for the " LightniU In
stitute" Us present great reputation.
From ihcRtv.R. T. Wrick, ftncr!y Faxlorof
te i'mrl iilui Japt:.ii C'lurvA, Albany,
Nkwtonvii.lk, Mov. 10, ltsC4.
Dr. Liquthill Umt .r: Allow me
to express my grateful thatiks f ,r the skill
and kind ntteut!on rendered to my daugh
ter, whose ears have boon badly affected
for many years, and for soma months past
has been nearly deprived of bearing. The
loss of this important sen-e is certainly a
sad deprivation, painfully etii'itrrassiag,
aaa to a degree known only to those who
have experienced it It; tbcr.ilore, there
ba a remedy lor this great evil, the causa
of humanity obviously requires that it
it luy duly, therefore, and it Blfords me
much pleasure, to give my tesum my lo the
happy eli'ectsoi your treaunent and reme
dies. My daughter has punered Irora deaf
ness since early childhood. Tha left ear
has been badly diseased. The right ear,
also, for several years, was soriouily affect
ed, and tho disease apparently increasing,
threatening tha entire loss of her hearing.
It wits with extreme difiiculty tbat she
could participate in tha conversation of her
iriends, and for t wo years has been deprived
of this source of social eejoymont. Hap
pily my attention was directed to your ad
vertisement, and 1 was induced to place
her in your care. Your treatment, under
favor of a kind Providence, has been suo
cesslul. Her hearm?, so far as 1 Can judge,
appears to re perfectly restored. W nether
this restoratiou is permanent is a question
time alone caa di leru.ine, but preeent're
tulla are certainly very gratifying
I (.in, dear sir,
Truly and gratefully yours,
iS. X. "Wjclch, D.D.
From Rco. tred. S. Jewell, Frofesmr of the
Stale Hornial School, Albany, N. J".
Dr. LioiiTHiLL Vtar Sir: UnJer data
.March 14 Isi-Dt you a careful etaterneut
niy case, my 1 jrmjr troi.tuiant, my f.il
urelo obtain r)icf ia that dirwttion, my
resort to your Uuatuiout and its buntillciaj
1 have been, from the wiuterof thu y oar
1K41 RIllllM't t.-, viiltliTit n..ri.MH..ul utl,.l,.
) ' - '"iiui., iuiillMI OHOWa
latarrh, marked by febrile syiup.oms,
vioioni iiiu.,minuin ol tna lining ineru
branBS of the cavities of the head, dccom.
panitd in the tirat ttases by a watery die.
charge from theiiose, tutistquently becom
iQs? ayrid aLa ellow,aDd towards thecloe
the attack purieut and bloody. 'Xhese
alUcsa produced a moct diatressing species
heaJacte, occurriuij periodicalJv each
i!y fi r a period varying iroin one to three
wetks, euuietituiS so vioieDt as to incapac
itate nie fur businetn1, and coiitiiie me to
b d. At titnes the attendant infl iin
matioa would exteud to the teeth, pro
ducing tootiia.be, or to the throat, octajiou
ing hu;.r6t-D.-6 and partial loss of voice:
twice within the la-t few years it has
all'ctnil the light eye as to con line me
w-.fck8 Ut a daiktutd room.
I had tried niadicints and applications
various kinds; enull'i aDdothercatarrhal
preparaliuns of some half a dozen kinds;
applications to the head of camphor, ginger
hot fomentation of dill'tiretit kinds;
m conneotion with these the usunl
emetics and cathartics eucpioyed to induce
counter action. Hut note of these nad
produced any permanent improvement,
in the low instances ia which tempo
ral relief wns aH'tirdud, it was at the ex
pense oi eomuch strength as to leave me
greatly exhausted. Under these cireum-
I was led, though with some re-
luctanco, irom tne suno wed mcurtiili nf
aiscase, to make a trial ol your treat
ment. 1 lound it soon tieyond even my
hopus, reaching the dehie as it rwd never
rescued beloru, and a.levimine its
syuiptotct toan extent which I had sup-
iiiipostioie. M.t tna lime wheu.i
you my former oortiticate, while I did
feel H.'ourd of a mpielei.iire, I had
obtainc4 a Dian'rial reliuf which amply
repaid uie ior my u mi ol you troatmoiit,
whim catUli'jd mathatuat troatinont
as i llectiv e as it was simple and philo
mipuicau a tuuataauai esciipe irom my
aitin-ks ot catarrc, fi..r tne alinwt un
preceleLiei period if nearly half a venr.
Ih.U iu tpixj of severe attacks of ill
wLich wouid have formerly rendored
an occurrence inewtnbln, wm, tome,
of an imporuiit sucoets. It is now
months su.ce I sent you tri.it sUtement
while it is li p eMil for me tj appear
coirsianlly, an J in ihis Kmi, tlora
puuiio, it soeum to me a nmtler of pim
p'e j.islice to y.iurself Snd to iWowho
he eull'e.-itg aj 1 was, to add tbat I
not oaly as lully satis tied as lo the util
ity and etlioacy of y. ur treatment ol ca
tarrh as 1 was six months ag., but I am
of the belief that if there is such a
as a cure lor Cnuoxic Catabbu, in
easa a fub0r,tiil cure has been ef
, . ?
to Si t.
Frkdkkick S. JnwtUL,
Prof. State Kcrmt! SchooL
AJJIABT, W.Y, Sept. I, lHtH. p28
U. 8. LOAN.
U. S. 7-30 LOAN!
TPHE SALE OP THE FIBST SBBIE3
J- or HOO.OoC.t'OO of Um T-30 Loa was completed
oa tlis Slit of ltareb, Ites. Tb salt of tb iMimd
Mrin of Um Enndied milioiM, pavabl three
jcari from tt 16th day of Juno, 18bS, was br(aa
on the 1st of April, h Ike tkirt.tpaa ofUtirtf daft
ira-CiK Huw'Tti Jfittwu Om -rim km ha told
kaTing his tmj cm thaa Two Hondnd Ml'liou
to be dhipwsel of. Tho Interest Is payablo aeaai
anooallr in carrenoj on the 16th of December and
15ib of Jan?, by Coupons attached to oacb aou,
wh eb are readily cashed anjwhf re. ltamoantsto
Oue Cent per Day $5 Hvte.
Tw t ruLa " SluO
Tea " " " 8500
0 - " " 8I M
81 " " 93000
More and More Desirable.
The Rebellion Is mppreseed, and the GoTtumfnt
has alreadj adopted measures to rednoe expendl
tane as rapid j u poet 1 Me to a peace footlnc, tba
vitbdraaiog from tbe market as borrower aai
Ihia ! tbe ONLY LOAN IB MARKET now of
fered by the Government, and coMtltates tho
GHEAT POPULAR LOAN Or THE PEOPLE.
'I he Soren-Thirtj Notes ere coarerttble on their
maturity, at the option of tho holder, Into
U. 8. Mx Per Cent.
COLD-BEAR INC BONDS.
Wallet, are t'.waji worth premfun.
free from Taxation,
The T-30 Notee eennot be taxed by Towns, Cities,
Coaotles or States, and the interest Is not taxed,
aolew os a inrplos of the owner's Income exceed-
lug six bnndrod dollars a year. This fact tBcreoow
ttivir value from one to three per cent nor anim
acwiiuiug 10 tae rale letled on other property.
Lees than x. 00,000 000 or the Loan authorised by
the Uet Congress are now on the market. This
amount, nt the rate nt vhlch it Is belnf nbeorped,
will a'l be snbecriDed fir within two months, when
the notes will nnoonbtedly cc mourn d n preminm,
as hei nnifurmly teen the ceteon closing the eab.
eortplljn. lo other Loan. It mm Menu probable
IW no cowiderabU mrnomti beyond tho preomt oerieo
kVI bt ojfi:rcd to tho public.
In older that citlxens of erery town and section
cf thi country may be afforded facilities for taking
thi loan, the national Banks, State Banks, and
rritete Bankers throughout the country hare gen
era'lr agreed to recdre nbwriptloas nt par. Bub
cribtre will crlect their own agents, In whom thry
here conudeuce, aod ehoonly are to be reeponelble
for the delivery of the notes for whish they recclts
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
May 1st, 1863.
Subscription will be received by tho
FIRST XATI0XAL BA2.K,
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
MEIICHANT3' NATIONAL BANK,
COMMEKCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland.
C LOTH INC.
AKE JUdT ESCEIV1NO A
lalY" liu o'
Cluthe. C.vejmerea snd Veetlnga,
Liut-ne, Drill! and Cottonales.
Which we wiU Job et ICaetern priota
P-5 B. BI4HB.-"
rpHE KALAUCB Oi" OUB SPKIHQ
1 BTOC K of
QEXTlf FURXI8BIXQ G00D3,
Will ba gold at grently reduced price.
J 8. MANN.
Now OoodR M Ud1o Bell tor spring,
Is now th themvof vbcta I sing
lUBuis. .(te noni city trka
Of ueiv fprioit OTeioistB ni Stvckt,
To at th- lorm lite moulded wm;
And BuioM Ccmto of aiyliih aaka,
AU cf the prtseiu sty m tbat ttUte;
Jlat ihD the erowoing OoaU of UI
AretbtDRRH i 'oats At Onion HaiL
i -lr in tnem you will slwnyi find
Pit, FashioQ, brace mail isasn conbinedv
But on tar Con's 1 wit) cot dwell
Ws'to lrH P.vut nd Vests to tell.
Of every baa, and ehade and rtjle
Tu M yon aU would lake a while;
H L wilt only mfoiiuo here
Tbt th.fja bo w. ntd in ityle eppeax.
miiould cotnwto Onloa Ball and buy
TbeOLOTnlNG best to plt-aea tbe mj
Aid nut al&ne tbe y to plea.
Bit money aave in bqyinv these;
For we ili veil at prioee low,
JNo matter h jw tbe (o'd does go.
In sfnruiehing iioodn both neb and neat,
He liavr a i-took full and complete;
Our "wrtllaiit boy in bine" will And
All kio'Jfl of gbod to sait tbir aatnd
eve bo f it tbe boys in store
A hotter stock ttiaa e'er before;
Aud can a I fit, both great aod small,
itb OUTHlN bet at Uaioa Hall.
W'jbe flneflt stock of Spring and Sumner
Clo.hing and the Lowest Prices ia tbe cfy at
Isaac A, Isaacs Union Hall.
ole Agency for tbe sale of
STJIOXG'S ARMY TRUNKS,
SINGER' 3 SEWING- MACMINES,
btorr'g Automaton FrMimam
Cor. Hp peri or aud Union streets!.
wr UKk out tut tne Wants sp8
Goods OHered at Old Prices
li'',"ENSE REDUCTION 1
NOW IS TBE TIME TO BUT
are now ottering onr Now and Elegant Stock of
Spring & Summer Glolhlng,
Consisting of ststj Tarietj of Oarnrnt (or
MEN AND BOYS,
PANIC PRICES !
Is no Hamhnc, bat f. Terl-
rriend. and th. Public nnmall. ar. Inlta
aud examine onr Price, and ttouda
I harce for Nnowlnsr oar Htock.
ohanc li now cit"rod to bq. nw .nli .kniM
tuat ebonld h emtiraced bj all:
"Now sljka isclonl dnilj from onr Mann
DA vlfi, PBIXOTTO OO,
Co'. Watw and Superior eta.
HALLIWELTj, Suroeoh Dstttist,
iiiiiectfulli annonncee to thi public xenerali,,
ho ban r..mOTKt from bli old Uontal Konma 01
Hns ic b.n f o hi. own Blork. t Mlcnlran
wn.re b. l as fiiind np a beantltal lolle of
a, aod le n'-w or' pared to me and wait nn all
new p.tmns wno may plnas. u laror him
i r! il j TKKTH ixed on I.prod
and mpLad at price, within tie reach
Ackn..wl'rT i bj the rrolnion generally
thoir beanty. Hiinth and linrkiiit. cl-
m a them dirl tbeirnfd eetsf irabl..
'?,1' ""l o haye a nt com-
at j. Si Ml fc'n itrent. n. nh .Irf.
door roti Octrin. nnd foot ol Pr rci ntnxt.
m;l A B. IULH ElL, kt. D.
HKTUl T3EriI TEETH I
iir. ,t, K. UA'lEr.R.
of fie fl.-m of Hamttii Dajrnr.il, h
hie old eet0H--id u.ni.i
atr-t and Tn' Ho Sqnare, makli-g tboaa
keme, urtill UI Iteth, at theold price.
u. ..r. An Vp-ier or Luwor Set fr-ra SI0
.It worlr wa-ranti-d. .nia a
STYLE GOLD EAB-DBOP
COW LE 1 A CO 'S.
1ST Waddell Hen'e.
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northern Transportation Co.
Is prepnred to Trenxport Person, and Property
BoatOB, 1I Polnu In New Icgland,
new iorav ana me wesi
WITS PBOMPTSEsa, CUSS AND DlgPATOH.
Thi. wet. known Lin. of ftret-clne. dcrew
8tta.-n.ri connect. At Ondeoefourrh with fct- lis.ll-
ruwle for Bowtnu mill all FotnUi In new
EDKlamd: at Caua Vincent wttb tbe iUMr.mds
betwe.n Caps lori-ul and bew fork.
a mwegowitaa lin of ar.t-clan Uuul
OSWEGO, TROT, 1LB1NT lD NEW YORK,
rorming a CA1LI LINK between
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. K. MollOLE, ijlcvrlnnit.
Paenrer Ar-nt. Plerlanil. mti IH: K3
OrncE or WiTtawoaKs, I
CLBTUaANP. May Stfa lb 5. f
NOTICB Tl J HON KOTJ DER.
Coaled proptsVs, Cudomed prpoai for
cast Iroo water pips," witl be rereiTM at the office
of Water Works, (L'ooocil Ball Buitiiug.) f r
about 4)0fet of It In'h cest wtr-pfrt, requir
ed for these works, until li o'clock AJ, Hay fed,
Pvrther tnfonnnt.on aud BpciftVati"ns can be
ob ai- ed ut the undrrsi6ued at this oflioe after
Ttie Board of Troat-e Invite the rat'tats'lnn of
bids, rrwrTing the r ght to accept or djcl no aoy
or all prooositii recel? , d
By or.erof theBa d,
Boperiotemlent aod Ki gineer.
Owes or Watbwobk, )
LBVaLABD, May Mb. 1-wo. f
NOTICK TO B1 LK K M A K KKS.
feal-d proposals, (Kndonrd proposals for
RlTer pipe, 9 will b . riciaet at the office of Water
Works (Omuctl Hall HailJio fur a w route bt mm
pipe i0 lucbie in di.unttr hli) nbout UdO leet loux.
natil it o'ct- ck M, ijny .ma.
Further iufurma'icn and sperficatf ns may t-e
obtaiDtd of too uoder-igued at thi r mce alter to
daywhere the uiau my als be siren
1 be Bord of liwpes loviiftbe snboilfon of
bids, reserving the nht to accept or decline any
r all the LUs r.cenl.
B order of the Board.
ray i Of 3 np't a
TO CON TK A.OTORS.
d et the nffit f tht
of Mat t t ii'ad.ug ban and Will street
Pian and specification miy be seen and blank
propoeilsobtain'-d at id Kn.ineer s office.
la Bitrd of City iniprovtmeutB turite the nob-
mision oi o ui, rtwcrvmg ibe right to accept i r re-
JOHN WHf TKLAW,
mv'M -jit tty riti Kntr nwr.
JxftPP"'' wPl b- resHved et the office
rpAK RAMI'S COMFOUH1 EX-
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA,
a Nurf, Certnln aud tVi-w1r furwtor all
diMtR-xsof the Bltllfr, ltJny and I'ri- I
asry vncniw, eliner Mala or rriu e, trqnent
I poftoruiiuj a perfect care In the short space of
iarrerronr aty, ana atwap in leas time then
any other Preparation. n the ue i.f T ih H AiN f b
'MfUUHu SiAtttACT tJT t:UBI.B(j AND CU
P41B4 thtre Is do nHl of coufineairDt or cbeug
di't. in Its eppravtd form of a pa-1, it is ro
tirly taittlea-s, aud causes no unpieaesut sensa
tion to the patient, and no ezooeare. it is now
acknowledged by te most learned in the Profe.
shn that i- the above cImi of Ii eaMs, ulebe
and osMflM aie tbe Out y Two Et-m diea known
mat cao n- reied upon with avy Certainty of 6uo
cess. Tarrant's Com -ootd Axt-a t ot Cubetsand
Copaiba ilJtViCn. FAl tS. M-unf ciurd only by
a 4nHA 11 t rM
278 Oret-nwih str-et. New York.
tow Dy urtttjgis.a all over the world.
BOOKS & STATI O N E R Y.
(Lats J. B. Cobb & Co,)
211 SUPEEIOS 8TEEET,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
OP EVERY STYLE.
FOR SALE BI
COBB, ANDREWS ft CO.,
"vis an tpkrtr 8TTtK"
AN UfACI UKR B3' AWX C Y
WOLM, ftOWABU A Cff3
EXCELS OS GLASS WOBKS.
( riTTSB URGH, TA.)
TTnrrfcoP", t t H sacrwlm Stiver,
CLKV ELAND, OHIO.
qua'lty One eol r anl temper; T refer to
seeere.Ily, and confidently recommend this
eaeqnal. If not innerlorto any made.
lllflcount made at tee Brauch
DRE33 GOODS, Lacks ahd Crapi
Oooda, Embroider lee, srarla, Llree. Butlene,
1 uuuii um, a-c., opeoeo inie nay.
DaWITT A CO.,
n't II P-.KI
LADIES' HEMSTITCHED HAND
2U0xUBTS Imbroldered and Plain.
lAYXiOa, SsVUWULD A 00
UT KkMrtof itnat.
IRON AND NAILS.
Iron and Kau Warehouse.
No. 85 M eric in tt and 5 and 1 on the Dock.
Clevlsindl srasy ef thm
EAGLK IRON AND NAIL WORKS,
Jambs Wood fc Co., Pbof'ks,
ClwTvlnael Agnmej er tb
Hiawatha Nat and Eolt Works.
Wood, MifrBiwi fc Co., Prop's,
. Pittsburg. Pa.
i1erlBwl Aweary ef the
PATEWT WROUGHT IRON GAS PIPE AND TUBING.
Jab. Wood k Co., Mahujis.
Also, ManoJactnrer's Aent for American and
KnKii'h braous vf titees.
W itb ib. be superior aed well kn m brands, tba
incretteed etiping (acit)tiea of this eligible locaU
,ty, MTiiis; in time and freight, tognhsr witn
prompt attention to orders. .
It MaDoriictorerii' Prices,
I hope to merit a liberal Bhare of patroua-a.
ap!8:2101 86 Merwin St., and h and Ten Bock.
IRON AND NAILST
So. nd 21 Berwla Street,
. . ouv.uns, anowa, nomrauaaau
ClT.ianl,0. . lonngnown, O.
anmfaoturmn an4 Wnclnal. Dmion In
Bar, Boiler, Hoop A Slieetlroa,
BAILS OCT AUD WHOUOBT BPIKB8
MOT MO COLO PRESSED RUTS R0 WASHEHSI
Cast aad Spring Hteoi, via., c
Iron Doalera, EallnxS and Mining Companka.
Ship and BrtdK. Unlldon, Maehlniil. and Mann,
ntotaran, who diwlr. a qoallty nf I roa tliai will
I .ntlro aattafactioa, an mpwrtrclIT riMi4
tu faror u with UMirordon, which shall alwajt
Kunmaad our prompt and oarerol atUntlon.
Safer to Hqauuw Horn and Hankars ifnarallT.
KUM AKD HAIL WAJlKH0D8Jt3.
tic.SI, SS, S6 a T 0L V K I, AHD, f Wo 96, M, T
Rlter oUeet. OHIO. ( 9S on in. lloak
Wholgul. Asanoj tor tk. oal. of
thiib,ri(r'i JnaUta N ,!,
Hamia. mad. BorM.hoc, bhiia.Otricwr'i Oomaion:
and Jonlnta Sheet I roa, aboeoborKT', K. O. ritoet,
aad. frum Jnalata Iron, Bboenbaravr's J n, lata
BoIik Plain. Jaiil.ta Not . (tij.ar. and Uaiaicoa,
AlaoaWlr.n.lnowOlaM, Iitra Bn Grm
aoaea, mc. at "f anoftnrMn' prlnt frhll
J0. G. JE.WIAGS,
Seal Estate Agent.
Under writer's Atency. Gerntanla.
Hanover, MUirara and B-poolio
fire luMiranceCos. of New York.
Ban ford Jfire Ioa Co.orfiartfiid...
North Antw-rican Fire Ins. Oo. of
Charter l ak Fire Ins. Co. ol Hart-
MrchaoU' F reins. Co of Haftford
Matoai Life Ins. Co. of INew orkM
CITT PBOPSBTT lei gAU.
ST. OlAIS STBEET, near Ontario Cut.
taire UoaM and UitofixlbS feet
BOLIVAK BlbEEI Cottaga Sou, and
Lot stxiso fit 13 SCO
PKOPCr STREET Two stun Brick '
Horn, and Lot . 5 pQQ
EUULIO STRJiKr Fraaj. PwaU.ng and '
Lot y Rrm
LAhE (TR(T,oppotit.Clinton Park Oot- '
taee Hon.-, and Lot e-xl34 let 9 rstt
LAKC SrltECT, near Bond Upna. and Lot '
4ixl49 fc-t im
CKDR BTRBET- Honaeand Lot47xISlfti 1.S00
HAWILTON STRKh,!. near Bood-ilona.
aod Lot st-OOO
OAKDSN bTREC. -Gothic Coltago UoaM
n-i V 3,'JUU
PhdSPECf 8TRET, ne.tof Erl Vacant
liol ,1-in1! fet
HCN'INVroN HTRKCT, corner St. Clair
vuw leel. tKwd Lnalntaa proarty..
ilso, Good farms and Out lots,
OUR YOUNG FOLKS.
An Ulttrtrated kfonthlv Magazine f r Raw.
Birli, tdlted by J. T. TK.WbKlDGH, OAII.
HAMILTON and LD'T LAR JO. Thi. M.
aln. ha. alrmulj attained a circnlation nnpa- al
Ifled in th. biatorj of maitaxiu. literature. With
tho Imim of tb. Apiii nnmbor It Will har. an ...
tabliahed circulation of Mi.fOO coo ea. It 1. anr.
dtally commeaced hj tnth tho arcatar and i.lixions
trees; aum by ail porsoua intereeted in tb. subject
Jnrenlle Literature, whil. tbe exprwiona of
grat-ncatlun th. p.btlsbera .ally recite fro., p..
rnta. and also from th. Yonna- olka UwnMltM.
cod t 1 do. ih.m th.t tn. mngaa a. anawera a want
tnatiaunlyeraallyf.lt. It ia tk. aim of the P.b.
liaher. to m.k. it a umt claaa A(ai- . in eTrry
reapect, and the. will am Bnther labor mar
apena. in their endea,ors to tarnish to their
young read ore ne wbce. ntomhly yiaita .ball be
always w.lovUM, and anall be aipeslod with plea-
Th. stair of Contributor, embrace tv. following-
uniDg many promiuent oamea : Mrs. BT0WB, U.
LONHfKLLOW.JOHN . WHITTlkR, O. W.
UULnaU, Mrs. L. M. CHILD, OaptJn MAItia
Term, tt a year. Single numbers eanu enck.
nbcnyll payabl. la advance, bpeclme
oophaj 01 Oat (onus ralks wtU be tent la any ad
drce for HI centa each.
Jonn B. Anaoa, at Baker's Book Ftore. IW Sn-
perlor street, Cleveland, betas; onr only aatboris.-el
Agent tor th. Stat, of Ohio, all order, for 1 he Trad
whII aa snbacriptions ehoold b. addreMed to hint.
Atlantio Momhlj and Our Young Tolas nant
anj addreae tor 16.
T1CKHOR A FI EL Del,
AOKNTS WANTED I. u..
particuJara addreas J. H. AH HON.
mhl7:ia Ami. 01.y.land. O
Ornoace Coaunxn PtrioLtua Co ,)
No. So Bruadw.y, V
Kiw loan, April 25ih, 186S. J
SKCOND MONTHLY DIVIDEND.
Tb. Trmtees of this Cimnai hay. thi. U.
cd a dirtiend i f too per cent, oa th. par
of their C.pial Stock, for the month ending
- p.jaoiBwn a.u .-Mr vay iota, 1900
'iho Ir.ne'er Bouks will b. d e-d from Hay7ik
th, I no, ih ire.
mj6 211: ato
Omoa or ran V- niun Inn at miao Oo.,
f tituiD, May lib. lsoA. 1
NOTICE. Tha Annual Masting of tha
Stock bol l-n of the Vleyeland Iron Minm. i v .
tbe el ct'on of otEjere f.r Ih. eusuiDg year.wiU
hrld at the tflico' th. Coun.ni. In thi. .It.
Wettn..day, tfc Vth inet , t i o'clock P It.
rrrr.l MAM it L MMHR,".c'y.
DAVID W.CAMP, MAKYCOKBIT,
Ur-tm Crrhit, Winslow Oorbtt. and Mar.
are hen by notified teal on tbe Sts day ot
)t"i llariaa Adama. a. KiMnOir nt tl...ii
Kmllj Camp deoeeeed, lata of Unyahon coon
t Ohio Hied hie p. ltn ia theConitof Common
irnm vi ..in county, ma oi Jeol nnd prayer of
h pi tti ion m to obtain frowi aatA n, mm .
co.atiuctioa olVid will, wMcn- aliati ..
and empower laid Adams, aa such (loca
tor and True ee niider said will, to nil tb. real es
tate named In laid wlll.ane kir arh ..i ki- nnMi - -
m.y ieqotr. raid parliea a-, notilew te
anewer eald netltion d. or h.fip. tk laih ... nr
JunelaoS. L. PBKS TleVi.
CleT.Int. fprtl 18, lust
Attora.y ur Pl.letiA.
PATE NT OFFICE ACtNCY.
IJMTED STATES AXD fOX&HiX
jPA TENT OmCE A GENCT,'
1S Bauasi 8sree, CleTejlsmd, Okl.
are prepared to trantact tmdneei of rrerr
otewlpuon ra.tinf to lnyentlona, Ura-tDr.: (7
speclflcUionA, Patenta, lnfrtnrem.ola! and
Pat i.we. B 0 BKIBQaToa,
KM AtSUMrisH AHonwrs fcx fatenkt,