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The Grand Review.
- Yiiterdav Uv mnd cloeicgtctB of tba
w commanded In WaAhiogtOB lh two
dayi review of the Brmiet of the Bapubllc.
A more imposing ttiliUrv pageant tat
never beta witoeued than it presented by
the aollien of the BepuWic in arch ins;
v iha ntrnats of the ctcfUl. for
whose preservation they have toiled and J
bled during these long years ox .carnage, j
Four distinct armies, comprising probably I
not far from one hundred and eeveoty-nve I
thousand men. are now, forthe trst tiro. J
brought face to face, . mingling their 1
chawa and ahouU of triumph, vieing wiU 1
nth ! tha exhibition of victorious I
ttandardt toiled with the tm-ke and dust
rk.Ml e.in in tha difoiay Ot love ana
dmiraaon for their ereat chief, never be.
fore tefn bv very many of them. A. proud
day it it tor the Lieutenant General, whose
guiding hand has controlled tne movement.
f this vast multitude of stalwart bravet,
leading them to victory, glory and final
trinmDh. The centre figure of that mag.
nificent paeeant, all eyet turn upon him at
the nation's deliverer, while the roar of ar
tUlery and resounding cheers of a quarter
of a million of voices commemorate the
rreat work he hat wrought.
Tha review completed, the soldiers are,
many of them, to be dismissed with a God
anaei to their homer: orders hring been
issued for men of all branches of the mili-
Ury service, whose time expiree by the
a . -iv- v. tmiiBtJiPwwl oat imiiitV
: -in .,t onlv in name : leav
rf.Vrina. and endurance, lor the
admiration and emulation of coming gene
The Grand Review. The New Series of Seven-Thirties.
That there hat been a great, and, at first
eioht. an unaccountable decrease in the
mount of subicriftiorj to the Seven-Thir
ty Loan is apparent to the moat careien
reader of Jy Cooke's bulletin.. ..Week be
fore last this great popular loan was being
taken wiib a rapidity unprecedented in the
financial history of this or any other na
tion. The end of the war assured the peo-
pie of its security, and Ha other advantage.
were so potent that the popular uesire to
invest grew greater and greater, daily,
. afk- ..,kTmtion. to the loan mount-
ki.rber andhieberday by day, until,
Saturday, May6 13th, the day. su
tion reached the enormout aggregate ot
thirty millions, and the subscriptions for
the week towered up colossally to irrT
MlLLioss or doll a. us. On the Monday
following a new series of the loan (and the
last) was opeeed, but the decadence in sub
tcriptiont w at once painfully maniftst
On that day it was only four millions; on
Tnasdav only one million seven hundred
thousand; and the total subscribtions for
tha week amounts to only twelve millions,
or less than half that for a tingle dayof
the week preceding.
"What it the cause of this sudden, not to
say alarming, decrease? Mr. Jay ixxe
charges it to an apprenension, tuppu-
r nrevalent, that the money market will
T stringent. This it only an ottenaible
iwaeon. for Mr. Cooke knows, as well
anv body else, tht nobody it troubled
about the prospects of the money market.
.Everyone perceives that the money re
ceived in subscriptions to the seven-thirty
loan will be immediately paid out to the
toldiers and other creditort of the govern
ment, and that even if the tubscriptions
should continue at the rate oi a nunarea
millions a week until the last dollar of the
loan is taken, the currency in circulation
would not be appreciably diminished. The
people understood thiaae well on Mondajs
May, 15th, as on Saturday, m ay ,
on the latter day the subscription amounted
to thirty millions, while on Monday it fell
off to one-eighth that amount So sudden a
decrease cinnot be accounted for by any
fear of a tight money market,
What then is its real cause ? It is obvi
ouily fjmd in the conditions in regard to
the interest attired to the new series of the
loan. Secretary McCullough, observing
the avidity with which the loan waa being
"gobbled up," determined to avail himself
o tha noDular enthusiasm by reducing the
rate of interest -for such is the real effect
ot the provision in the atipulationa for the
new aeries which leave it optional with the
Secretary of the Treasury to pay the In
terest on the loan at the rate of six per cent
inspbae, or seven and three-tenths per
in onrrancv. Of course this is ft re
duction of twenty per cent, on the Inccme
ot public stock-holders on the resumption
of soecie pay menu. What is the result t
The people are shrewd enough to perceive
the change and to nurse their present in
vaatments rather than buy further at the
new rale, and the subectiptijns falls off
from ninety milluns to twelve millions
week. Mr. McCullough's device displayed
the shrewdmss of a banker, but not tbe
foresight of ft statesman. He should have
taken warning from tbe mistakes of bit
predeceeaors. He should have remembered
taat ft similar di. aster lollowed the at
tempted execution of similar scheme for
ft timiiiar purpose, in tbe case of the change
from the five-twenties to the .ten-forties
which sent gold up to two hundred and
fifty, and threw the whole financial tyitem
tbe country into disorder. And if he is
wise he will redeem hit error and withdraw
th. nH'tionable "option." It he does so
he will find that no feait if a tight money
market will prevent the people from taking
the loan with eagerness, and that instead
of dragging along at the rate of million
ftndahaif day, tne whole series will be
subsaibed for in two weeks.
Mr. Jay Cooke, to be lure, in announc
ing to the people the change in the rate of
interest, indulges in ft little special plead-
ing in the remark that "the return to spe
cie payments, in tne event ot wuicu ouiy
will this option be availed of, would to re
duce and equalize prices as that purchas
es made with six per cent in gold would
be fully equal to those made with seven
th.unths in currency." Butit wss
the very anticipation of a speedy return to
-: ' ,r,tiha very belief that eey-
apwaojj - -
en and three-tenths per cent in currency
ia ha toual to seven and ttree-
tenthtper cent, in gold-tnat mane tne
Seven-Thirties so good an investment. , It
was tha sublime confidence in the security
of tbe Government and the financial re-
sources of the nation that called out ue
aubscriolions of week before
last. It is obvious in this point of. view,
that the "option" of tM Secretory of tbe
Treasury Is equivalent to ft matter of fact
reduction frcm seven nd thpee-teaths to
lix per cent. . t. . . i .-
We hope Mr. McCulteugh will let well
enough alone. It it useless for Mrh to un
dertake to dictate rate of interest' Tha
best course left for him is to revoke iis op.
Hon. - Then, and not before, win the sub-sjoriptions-to
the tevwi-thirtiet Nrtime their
former dimensions. - .
Canadian Sympathy for Blackburn.
pf tkt Sheet The Montreal Minerva says :
v . ., .1
Dr. Blackburn, the gentle ipecimen of
Bonlhern chivalry, who i charged with
trying to import yellow fever into the in
fant echooli and orphan aylumi 01 new
York, Philadelphia and other citi., in or
der to dettroy ai many or tne nonnern
people tt possible, haa been suddenly tran-
toTmed into a martyr ty aoroe 01 too. Ca
nadian papers. The tender solicitude lor
hit health maniteewa Dy me xorunvu
Leader wBl be Boted, while the denuncia
tions of those who have endeavored to call
him to account will satisfactorily settle tbe
status Of our particular friend, the editor
j)r. BlackDure, lor more uan a year pan
ruegt si tbe St. Lawrence Hall, and ac
aited of forwarding from Bermuda bales
of tafected goods to spread the pest in
jfonheni cities, has been arrested through
. wurant issued in Toronto. Dr. Black
h hM become a Catholic, and received
baptism the day before yesterday at St. I
Bobert Dale Owen is under engagement
with a Xiew I ore puDUsmng nouse vo
complete within the next two years a life
of Abraham Lincoln, to be comprised in
two duodecimo volumes of four to five hun
dred pages each, for general circulation ;
a library edition, also, in larger form it to
be issued. Tbe Evening Post says that Mr.
Owen't work proposes to portray, from his
own personal recollections, and the recol
lections of those who beet knew the man,
Abraham Lincoln, in hit household rela
tions, his public policy and his inner lire.
It will be strictly a biography, not a histo
ry of the last Presidential term.
Monroe brings him again almost to the
-bel' capital. If he had only known
orWas Monroe would be to delta.
nation, when he tet out from Richmond
somewhere about the 7th of April he could
have saved himself a great deal of hard
travel, the labor of iejuiog his Danville.
Proclamation and tbe trouble incident up
on his attempt to set up a new capital at
Charlotte, the fact that " President" Davis
is so near his capital again, may possibly
iitpire increased hope among hit Northern
tvmpethizvs, that the fortunes or tne "con
federacy are not ai desperate at iny nave
Lieut- G tn. Grant has present! d to Col
A, H. Maraud, tne agenw tne ,
fioe Department, who hat been during the
whole war with the armies, the Gnmsley
saddle,ridden by Gen. Grant in all thebat-
ties in whfch he has been engaged, from
FortHenry.m 18C, to the turrender of
It is rumored that Thurlow Weed is to
become the editor of the New Tork Times,
as Mr.BaymonV official duties will proba
bly prevent bis personal supervision of the
paper. Mr. Weed is an intimate and con
fidant of President Johnson and secretary
Seward, and in hit new position would be
of service to the country.
The Empress Sugnnie announced to the
American Minister on the 6th tn.tr. that
she had addressed a private letter of sym
pathy to Mrs. Lincoln.
I A German by the name of John Smith
hot hj wife Qn Baturd,y iMt, in Wbeel
ing, killing her instantly.' Whisky uid it.
The Late Meeting at Raleigh.
The Union meeting which was held at
Kaleigh, North Carolina, on the 11th, wat
a good beginning in the work of restoring
loyal feeling in the State. The speeches
made by Mayor Bush, who had been Sec-
retary of State under Vance, and W. W.
Holden, were in good spirits, and calculat
ed to be of weight with the people. Among
the resolutions passed was the following:
Resolved, That we acknowledge the ne
Msity and eood policy of retaining a mil
itary force in the State until ft State gov
ernment put in operation and all com
bined resistance to the laws and peace ot
society are suppressed. But we decire as
speedy action at possible to be taken to es
tablish tne Civil authority, anu ire dtjibvo
the best mode of initiating the same to he
bv aasembline a convention or tbe people
m the city of Baleigh, as early as practi
The Grand Review.
W. thing toa Bispatob to B. T. Timee, of M jnley.
The military display cf tbe present week
it the absorbing topio of excitement anrl
anticipation among all classes, loe turn
out of spectators promises to be immense,
greater than on any previous occasion lor
racy months. General Meade issued an
order to day, prescribing the movements of
tbe Army of the Potomac on tbe day of
their parade, and previously, with refer
ence to getting: into position. The cavalry
oorpe, under Major General Merritt, will
lead thaooiumn, louowei Dy toe am iorpa,
and General D wight's division ot tbe 19.h
Corps. The 6th Corps will follow, and the
2d Corps brine up the rear. The artillery
will be stationed in their app-opriate placos
and where practicable will move battery
front. The regiments will be formed in
column of ccmpaniaa, each company to
consist of twenty flics, or twenty men
abreast. Tbe cadence step win be observed
ail through the avenue until reaching
Nineteenth street. It is estimated that at
this rate 8,000 men par hour can pass the
AFTER THE GRAND REVIEW.
It has beet decided by tbe Government
that alter the grand review, every regiment
to be discharged will be allowed to go to
theiS.ate and district in whicn it was rais
ed, carrying its arms and colors with it,
and be there mustered out. This is err I
sently lust, and will be highly gratifying
to tbe great body ot cur soldiers and to
The city is as lull as it was at tbe inau
guration, while still greater crowds are ex
pected to-morrow and Tuesday morning.
feople are coming irom an pans or tne
country, ana many men oi prominence
will be here. Among the arrivals from
New Yora, I notice several prominent
bankers, among whom aTe John V Jones,
George D. Co, J. 11. Vermtiye, and otb
A House for Jefferson Davis in Liverpool.
To the Editor of the Savannah Herald
tinm that evervlbioe regarding the
I movements of Jeff Davis has a peculiar
I interest, I have thought it well to give to
tbe public through tbe columns of your
valuable paper, a uct wnicn came to my
personal knowledge bearing upon the sub
ject. Whan I vi in Liverpool. Eneland. now
about a year ago, there had just Deen com
pleted a splendid brick mansion in one of
the most fashionable squares of tbe city,
which was generally known and talked ot
as having been erected from the proceeds
of the Confederate loan, and as being in-
tended for the future residence of J f Car
son, Davit, in the event of circumstances
forcing him to leave tbe country.
During my stay tn Liverpool the win
dowt ot tne house remained painted white,
wh ich, accordin g to the custom in th at city,
indicated that the house had been engaged
and wat waiting for its occupant a cir
cumstance which gave plausibility to the
town talk of iu being tbe sometime resi
dence of the fugitive President of the
Savannah, May 14, 1865.
' It is a striking fact that in the investi
gations which have ferreted out the assas
sins' of the Pesident and the conspiracy
within which they acted, it has been dis
covered that tbe great crime of assassina
tion, the Like Erie raid, tbe conspiracy to
release rebel prisoners at Chicigo, the St.
Albans bank robbery, tbe hotel burning,
and tbe yellow fever infection plot, all
connect mora or less intimately with each
Savannah, May 14, 1865. JEFF. DAVIS AT FORTRESS MONROE.
Another Account of His Capture—His
Another Account of His Capture—His Appearance--Conversation with Stephens
Another Account of His Capture—His Appearance--Conversation with Stephens and Reagan, &c., &c
[Correspondence of the New York Tribune.]
DETAILS OF THE CAPTURE.
100 miles southeast of Macon. The Colo
r i -A ah th4ti instant where thev
Throueh the kindness of Lieutenant Ool-
onel Fritchard, in charge of the prisoners.
nnf eorreinondent Was Dsrmtltea to vista
the eteamar,and learned from the Colonel
and others the particulars of tne oapiuro,
whioh aras mnde. bv a aetaeameci 01 in
men of the h Michigan Cavalry, under
T.i.ntanarit Colonel is. D. fntcnara, aoout
one mile from Irwinrviiloy G , and about
nel learned on the 9th instant where they
were encamped, and Just before daylight,
nn tha 10th. surrounded the camp. It was
supposed that Xlavn nao eonsiaeraoie
force at guard, and a considerable fight
was ex peeled, aj an unionuniw, ana so
fm.r nnccoantable accident, one part of the
force fired upon another, and before the
mistake wat discovered two men were kill-
tlx others tliehtly wounded. Cap'
tain Hudson had placed a strong guard
tha tint whare Davit was supposed
to be, and when the nrmg cjmmencta,
thinking hit duty called him to the fight,
k loft tha tant in charee of a Corporal,
ith orders to let no ene past ouu ine
Goiporal went to the door, and Wat met
by a lady, who proved to be Mrs. Davit,
and who said that the tent wat occupied
bv ladies, and she nopea toeywooraw
naraiiuad to drees before being disturDeo.
HOW JEFF WAS DRESSED.
tt .ka ..tin and voluntarily an-
o.. t tha door, with another person in
petticats, marniog drees and a woolen cloak,
witn a nooa cwaaiy uxawn
and a pail on her arm.
rtnmma.1 ordered halt I which of course
wu obaved. but Mrs. D. feelingly appealed
to the Corporal to allow her mother to go
to the spring lor a pail oi water n waa
hard, even if tney were prisoner, no w
be allowed to get a little water for their
ablutions. Mr. Corp ral lust then
observed that the morning dress was not
quite long enough fc .conceal a pur ooU
I"1"' O a . , -f a
looking rather too heavy for "mother'
wear, and, wiinnisrponceroaiumo
at the aged laay t neea, oruerou nor w
mnrfl USI CUM. A uo ,.
tu sive. even to tbe chivalry. The dieguise
was re noved ana Jto. irnrn appeanu
full view. ,
Davit sail he should have self
had be been armed even if he
had a revolver he would have tought with
it at long as be could. The Colonel re
nliad to him. that he didn't appear to be
vniy good lighting condition just at that
COULDN'T STAND THE MUSIC.
After a hurried breakfast the party wat
ruit in marchinor order the prisoners,
ambulances, preceded by the band of
4th Michigan Cavalry, playing first "Yan.
kaa Tjmdla." which bad evidently a de-
pre,siDg influence on tbe feelings of Mr.
of "John Brown's Body's Marching On,"
it wat too much for endurance, and he ac
tually fell prostrate in the ambulance, and
was kept concealed from view by
friends tor a considerable time.
Colonel Pritchard is ft noble specimen
of a man and ft model soldier, ue
modest and unassuming, but brave at
lion, and ready to lead wherever his duty
calls. He is about thirty years of age,
feet high, compactly built, and was,
entering the service, ft lawyer at Alle
gan, Michigan. His State may well
oroud. throueh so good a representative,
of the honor of the great, crowning vic
[From the New York Times, May 22d.]
ON BOARD THE CLYDE—STEPHENS AND
In tbe cabin below was Alexander
Stephens, tbe Vice President, and Keaean,
of Texas, the Postmaster General of
Confederacy, and in the forward cabin
Wheeler, of cavalry notoriety, i natural
ly sought the cabin. Mr. Stephens looks
old. He b as the same stoop, tbe same
parchment-like face, the same keen
and the same fragile form thai character
ized him years ago only, he looks older.
Always a gentleman, ana orea a scnoiar,
hia conversation is intensely interesting.
His manner was subdued, but not that
a prisoner. He converted freely, desiring
information upon many points, and can
vaBsing without reserve, reconstruction
and tbe treatment of tbe subdued South,
in the way exactly that it struck his mind,
never evincing tbe least care or anxiety
respecting: himself personally.
As others appeared to be engrossing
attention of Mr. Stephens, it fell to my
to converse chiefly with Mr. .Beegan. lie
a heavy, stout and somewhat lethargic
man, but, in conversation thowt he hat
great deal of ability. He desired particu
larly to know what policy would be insti
tuted in the way of reconstruction, believ
ing that humane one would be
easiest in order to conciliate and hold
South. When I advanced the idea
military governments would be inaugur
ated in the States respectively, that proba
bly the people, in their primary capacity.
wjuld be called upon to re-establish
authority, under governmental restrictions,
which should forever preclude any recur
rence of rebellion, 1 feund, upon requiring
an expression from him, that he did
think mere would be a great oeai oi
cultv. provided disfranchisement and
fiscation were not carried too far.
slavery, no assumption of the Confederate
debt, no more secession tnese
would be conceded at one : but the prohi
bition of every one from the ballot-box
who had held official position, and a gen
eral appropriation" of rebel property,
the rights of suffrage to all, were points,
in hi estimation, which should either
omitted or very materially modified, if
were really desirous of briBKing out good'
will to the government and fraternal rela
tions among ourselves. Without mincing,
I put the thing at him as strong as poesi
ble, and precisely as ttror g as the govern.
ment should do. There it ft great
lost with Southern men, 1 find, in failing
to come up to exactly what you mean,
to what your judgment gives cordial
to. A firm man they like and
spect; an irresolute one tney will use
they best can, situated as they are at pres
At tbe head of the stairs, as wa passed
up, still sat Jefferson Davis in the corner,
his hat slouched over his eyes ; he was
reading. The windows, full of curious
servers, attracted no attention from
whatever. Once, while we were in
cabin, he came down and handed
Stephen! a paper and immediately retired,
Our conversation wat hushed, instantly,
No one desired to be made known to him.
and probably, if the move had been in
direction by hit associates, no one bat what
would have resolutely refused tbe proffored
honor; and yet there wereomcera and
ilians among us whose greeting, given
sineerity.and with ordinary sympathy
misfortune, he might have coveted.
teemed to stand before nt at tha embodi.
ment of the infamous rebellion and its
cruelties as the deliberate author
of our national woes, and consequently
tht great criminal. Ibere was no disposi
tion to treat him rudely ; no offensive
were made in his presence. It w
recognised by all that the strong hand
tbe government wat upon him, and that
its keeping the inexorable demands
Divine and human justice would be safe.
THE OTHER PRISONERS.
Of Wheeler I saw but little. He is
stout-built man, small in statur, and with
nothing about him to excite special remark.
One of our party, Mr.' Sears, tbe editor
our sprightly little paper, the New South,
had an extenced conversation with him,
the purport of which I have not learned.
C C. Clay was not visible, probably being
in ft state room and not wishing to be
upon. There were several ladii s
board, but the exact relations of these
the parties under arrest I did not learn.
All of tbem, male and female, appear to
comfortably previded for, at tbe Clytle
quiy? a new and commodious vessel.
troet out Hhis evening, under convoy o
ship of war, I think the Tuscarora, and will
soon be raiting excitement in Northern
WHAT JEFF. ANTICIPATES.
From what I could tea and learn bam
ntW artiirces. these men have ho proper
appreciation ol tbe position in wnioa weyi
' . rv i.: ir it m ..at-
are SUnulDB;. divu, miomi,
d, hat no idea that anything beyond ban-
ithment win De nis lot. i m iy waa
not our buainefs to give any opinion to the
individuals themselves, upon o grave a
nttiMl nnlju. vie1-t.irmlrW VinritT'd. ' But.
ould Jft Davis have heard -ttreujrfcth
trmti of our small town the John Brown
song, and especially the allusion. totlia
"sour-tppie wee, coming Biurujr
almost everr one1! lirjsv he would at least
feel somewhat dubious at to hit ultimate
f.ta No one here doubts that M.wiu DO
tried fnr treason, convicted of treason and
hung for treason. What will Decome i
the others we knew not.
The Assassination—Letter of Sympathy
We understand that M. De Stoeckl, the
Buatian Minister, recently read to the
President the eloquent instruction! of
Prince Gortchacoft, the Minister for For
eign Afliirt at St. Petersburg, of which the
following it a translation :
ST. PETERSBURG, April 16, 1865.
Sim: The telegraph hat brought ut the
newt of the double crime, ot which the
President of the United Htatet hat fallen ft
victim, and Mr. Seward barelv escaped.-
The blow whicn Hat struct: - rretioent
Lincoln, at the very moment when be
mat bout to harvest the fruits of hit
ener - uli perseverance, hat been deeply
Because of the absence of the imperor, i
. in . M-ition to receive and to transmit
to you tne expression oi mi iwiuiuuiu
nit imperial mj ""s l'-'"-.
nevertheless, with tbose which our Augutt
Master entertains toward the UnitedSiate
of America, it is eaev for me to realize in
advance the impression which the news of
this odious crime win cause nis imperial
Maivatv to exDerience.
1 nave nastenea to vxuij w ueuerai
Clay the earnest and cordial sympathy of
the Imperial Cabinet with the federal
Please to express this tne warmest terms
to President Johnson, adding thereunto
our most sincere wuhet that Ibis new and
grevious trial may not impede the onward
of th, A ; toward the
aUI AU vi aaa.- w-" f w
rg.aaublithment of the Union, and of that
ooncord which are the sources ol its power
Md iu progperity.
Receive, sir, tbe assuranee of my very
Hit Excellency M. 8tockl.-
The Death of J. Wilkes Booth.
[From the London Times, may 9.]
Such an end was too eood for sneh a
miaureant. and most boneet men will feel,
in common with the American people, that
iustice has been cheated of a victim. A.
l.irA nmrtAraao liae owm, iiau uo uonu
rtauired to choose bis own death, would
certainly have preferred a soldier's fate to
a public execution, ana tne same lonune
which favored his infamous d sign seems to
have attended bim to tbe last. It was Dy
ateriesof hair-breadth chances that be ob
tained access to the President's box, that
he wat enabled to take deadly aim, that be
passed unhurt and unchallenged through
the horror-stricken audience, mounted hit
hone in tafdtv, and reached a point tome
foity miles distant from Washington by
circuitous route, in spite of a severe acci
dent, and across a broad estuary. Hunted
down at leueth. and brought to bay, he
diet like the hero of a tragedy, but with
execrations on hit tongue, still defying; the
iudn-ment of human tribunals,
Tbe teieerapn aiurtner announcea ma
Harrold had been conveyed to Wasbingw
ton, and that Junius Brutus, the brother of
Wilkes, Uootb, baa Deen arrestea as an ac
cessory. Wbetner narroia win oe laenu-
-.. , J . . L J . . 1 1
agd at tne person who maus ido uanwuty
attempt on the life of Mr. Seward, who it
htDDUV recovering, remains, of course, to
be proved. A very minute description of
this person wat published in JNew lork,
and a man correspouuiDg to ifc waa appre
hended, to that Harrold may possibly turn
out to have played a subordinate part.
Mr. Stanton has announced, we hope
prematurely, that evidence In posses
sion of the government snows
the - compiracv to have originated in
Canada, and to have been " approved
Richmond" a singularly vague express
ion, and one suggestive of imperfect infor
mation. Ue added, apparently on
same authority, that the reputed assail&Dt
of Mr. Seward was one ot tbe at. Albans'
raiders; but this, too, requires confirma
In the meantime, it is due to the Amer
ican press that we should record our testi
mony to tbe forbearing and enlightened
spirit in which tome of our New York co
temporanes have ducussed the assassina
tion ana its prooaDie results, xi seems
though the moderate and humane counsels
f the murdered President were more po
tent in hit death than in hit life, rebuking
andtilencing the wild cry for vengeance
which m'chl otherwise have been raised.
At all events, the general attitude of the
American people at such a crisi has been
marked by a striking and honorable sense
of responsibility, and contrasts favorably
with the tavage loyalty which gloated over
the torments of Ravaillac and Dimiem.
If vindictive sentiments could not be alto-
e ether restrained, tbey have at least failed
hitherto to acquire the mastery. We n
therefore, feel that Harrold, however Btrong
the evidence against him, will have a
trial, and that his crime, if it should
traced to Southern instigation, will not
visited on the heads ot an innocent nation.
News—Arrest of Isham G.
[Nashville Dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial
INSOLENCE OF REBEL OFFICERS—ISHAM G.
HARRIS HEARD FROM.
The city it lull of rebels, many of them
officers, who are abusive and d Saot. Much
abuse it neaped upon r resident Junnson
and Governor Brown low. A rebel Colonel
wat yesterday put in prison for using
threatening language. Inst night, aiter
the Uovernor naa relirea, a reoei omcer
came to hit door and demanded admit
tance. The p-uard refused, but he per
sisted, saving he had u pent private busi
ness. It wat only Dy strong ureal
using the bayonet that tbe guard cotn
Delled him to leave. It it believed -
meant to assault the Governor.
A very tpicy correspondence htt lately
taken place between Uovernor Brown low
and the defunct Governor of Tennessee,
and the officers of the Bank of Tennessee,
who are now at Augusts, Georgia. They
proposed to bring back the archives and
the assets of the bank (their message said
tbey had $700,00u in specie) if they were
pardoned. Governor Browlow replied
a manner from which, probably, will soon
come positive results of g.eat value. :'
NASHVILLE, May 21.
ISHAM G. HARRIS AND TENNESSEE STATE
It is reported that lebam G. Harris
captured, it it certain thai tne imineesee
titate archives are cap'.ured, ar d all the
State bonds and $300,000 in specie, belong
ing to the Treasury of State.
What General Grant Says of the
Thurlow Weed wrilet tbe following
the New Tork T.mes:
Now that I am going ti lote the review.
I must content my f elf with envying those
who are te enjoy it, tnuusandt of whom
re rushing to Washington.
On Friday, in conversation with General
Grant, I inquired wby the review was
occupy two days. He rep'ied: "It will
consume two entire days to pass the army
across the Long Bridge " and. added that
"if the tame army were moving against
tha enemy, with all iu trains in ordinary
marching order, the line would reach from
Washington to Bjchmond." ,
, e . ,i i -ii
Tbe hero of the grand romantic, eques
trian drama, after high achievements, lofty,
Iwaping, hair-breadth escapee, and. mighty:
dedd of .doughty valor, makes hit final
hit" fev leaping throueh a biasing hoop,.
and Wlth one last, surpassing somersault,
appeals .triumphantly to nis angnteu an-'
alenoe for their honor and applause.
f Jeffarsea Dawir,- alter bis deeds ot high
em prise, cstea his whole theatrical -medley
of tragedt, melodraiua and faroa with
like feC out appears in no biar.9 of tri
nmphant'gjgjf tit he" emerges from bis
short but apid. passage , through the
hoops." Philadelphia Press. ";
NSW STYLE GOLD KAK-DKOP
At O0WLE3 A 0O.B,
tajt - -.. 'jV!si rrauuau oouse.
Br nhoritj of the SecrtUry of tha Tnainrr,
thBArij4a4j)t8 JtnrmlSnbrlptloo agtnt.for
Iki islo of United Stiles Beesritiet, offeis to the
"ptblic the third rie o Tiseiory Hotel, kemnng
eVea and threo-teiitha per cent, in tenet per annnm
Theee Dotea art-Issued ander data of July IS,
IMS, aad arepayabla tare jean Cram that date In
enrrenoy, or are oonrerttble at the opuon or tne
bolder lata ,
V. f). 5-20 8 Ix Per Cent.
COLD-BEAR INC BONDS.
Then Boade ar worth a handome premium, and
are extwpt, as are all tbe QoTeraoMnt col in, irom
CMmaaa Mwmicipal trraliim. wVek cidtfrom one
is rare jm-onel. per aaaw lo laeir tabu, ecooidtng
to the ri tortet apoa ether property. The Inter-
eat la payable aeati-aaaaall j by Goo pom attached
to each'&ota, waioh thar be eat off and sold to any
bnk or banker.
Tate iatereet art 7-30 prr et, amounts to
One Cent per Day oat a ftao Hote.
a, woo . m
ft '- u $3(100
Motes of all denominations naawd will be prompt-
ly fnrnidhcd npun rectipt ofsnbBcrlptio&a.
The Notes of the Tticd Striae are pnclae'y simi
lar in form and pririlegee to the Seren-Thl-tiee
already esid, exeept that the Government oeeerrea
So iteelf tbe option o paying interest in cold oln
" at S per cent, lniteedofT S-lOthsin currency. Eub-
xibers will djdnct the intereet io currency np to
July 16th, ai the time when ttaey subscribe.
The deliVery of the notea of thia third series of
theSereo-thlrtUe will ommeaoe on the let of
June, and will b'made promptly and continuously
after that data.
' Tbe alight chaste mad. In tha onditiona of this
TttlBD SIRIU affects only the matter of inter-
eati'' Yhe"rayment In gold, if mnde. will b- equiva
lent, to tne earrency intereet of the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the ereit of
which on'y wl1! the opttla to pay inUreat In Gold
be availed of, would so reluce and equalize prices
that purchases made with six per cent in gold
would be fully equal to thoee made wjth seven aud
three tenths per cent, In cur.enoy. Tt.it is
Tbe Only Loan in Market
How offered by the GoTrnent, ud iU operior
fttjTnUge make it the
Or eat Popular Loan of the People.
t leas than IiXO,ooo, wo or the Loan autnoriaeo oy
the last flraiii rsas are now oa the market. This
amount, at the rate at which It is being absorb d,
will a'l be subeoribed for within sixty days, when
the notea will uaooabledty eomaad a premium,
as has nnifermly beea the oat on closing the sub-
poripttene to other Loeaa. I
I a order that eitiaena of awry Iowa and section
of tha country may be afforded facdlltien for taking
the loan, tha National Banks, State Battle, and
Private Baakera throughout the country nave gen
erally agreed to receive jnbsoriptions at par. Sub
scribers will relent their own agents. In whom th-y
hare, oon&dean, and who only an to be responsible
for the delivery of toe noets for whloh they reoetre
"order. . ,
' '' Burecr1pt!on Agent,
Wo. ns South Third ttnet, Philadelphia.
May 16, 1886. ...
. J iabaerlpUons will be receiredby tha .
FIRST HATIONAL BASK,
8EC03TD NATIONAL BANK,
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland
DR. HALLI WELL, Surgeon Dkntitt,
respectfully aononncee to the publio generally,
that he haa removed from bis old Ilental Kooma
the Puallfi aoua e. to tale own Block. 8 ) lAlcbifrea
rtreet, where he hao Sited up a beautiful suite
tU) iDijiofl u now nr. pareo so meet ana w.i.t.n
old and new patrons woo may please lo lavor bio
run a can.
A ill IKI jlkL TEETH tied oa an Improved
principal, and supplied at prinea wltbin tie leacn
tut their Beanty, btrench end iuratdlitv. vwry
one ib.t ae tbem diacarl thetr old sets, 11 aDIe,
I N B onlyonevlsltneeasaryiOhveasetoim
Cleveland, mjtlj A. B. H LLI EuL, M. D.
BKTH I TBBTH T ESTH I
Dr. i. K. DA HI 1 18.
Lata of tha lim of B.ujwsll Dinau,
stUI at his old eetabuhed ieotal Bo-ma. corner
Ontario atreet and' Publio fiqnare, making thoee
invaluable tame, -a rtlnciai. T.oth, at the old prices
. Before too war. An Up. or or Lower Bet from
toft, -llwnrlr warre.nt-0- ni" H.
1 OUR TOUNG FOLKS.
An illustrated Honthly Magazine f r Boys ami
trle, edited br J. T. IB WHRIDGK, OAll
Hamilton and LV':t Mli;u. mis m.a
aine hBB alnady attainHl aclrxulation unpa-al
leled in the ktaiory of majraaiue literature. V
tha lesue of tbe April number It wll have ao
tabliahed oirealatloa or Mi,le cop et. It la oor
dialiyoouimended by bjth the aecu ar and teliious
prese; also by ail - persons interested In the eujjtcl
of Juvenile Literature, while the expr.aaiuns
cratiflcation the pBbltaberB oaily recel.o froA pa
r.nls. aad aiao from tnaYonnir folks tam'v.oj.
eonvinoa them that the magaa ob answer, a waat
that is aaiv.rsally relt. it la too aim or the rno.
lishers to Btekalt a first class lUg-ai ein every
respect, and they will eparo neither labor no
es ponaa tn their endeavors to turn'ah to then
yuaur, readers an whose monthly visita shall
alwaya welocme, and ahall be sapee'.ed will plea
anrs. . , ' t.' I r. J.
'The staff of Contribntoraembraoe tverbllowinH
amnnf many prnwJiaeat na?ses: Mre.BTOWB,
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BHD. i ," ..... !....- t '
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copies ot Our Ywnug Folka will be sent to any ad
dress for 90 oente each.
JoaraH. Aauioa, at Baker's Book flora, t r..
parlor street, Clevelend, being our only aotboriaed
Agent for the State of Ohio, all order, for t he Trad
as well aa anbaorlptionaahoald he addressed to him
Wax. Atlentl. Monthly aad Our Yonnt Folka sent
to any addrsss tor IS.
' . l . - , . TI0KHOR A FIEIjDS,
. u ' " ' Publuherv Boston.
VAOBBTS WANTED la every city aad town
For particulars addnas J. H. IMMuN,
'rhl7:KS ' Agent Oleveland. '-
Ohio State Asylum for Idiots.
Coltjuhd, Ohio, May 12, 1SSS.
T ACT OP GKNERAL ASSKMBLiY
of kio. mased March . ISOt. the sum
twenty flve.ihne.nd dollars was aprcprmtrd
tbe s woeaof purchasing a sue and erecting t-niia
tegs for tne limm of th-s in-tltutlon. and by th- a-t
'of S prlt, le6A, aa add'tio lal sum of tif y Ihoo.and
do lara waa apvropMeiaa fur nve pnrpoee; and
th - ara- a te the t ru.t.ee we e authorised to -n
oeive by gi't a tract of land sn taole for a rite
aaid Asylum, and in aucb locality in th State, coe
alder og he.lih ol-e-Bof sitaa ion, tacility o aoo
snd eas of laae aad bn idlog mat-n.ia. a sech
Trustees .hall ttn-l moit desir.bie a d bst tUiUd
for tbe purp mmo of eald Ins Itutlun.'
Tb. said fruateB' a , al o, by the act c rgaoiting
the ln.tit.tion pass-d april 17, 18 7. and by
ra oluttonagraaa toon th. 11 h day of Say, le6i,
anih trixed" to recei'a aud hold lund, money,
bnl din.- materials lor tha benett of s.ld ustitlin
- Tba Truters Invit. attenlion to tbe foresolng
act oa of AeOenrrei Aeeembly aad would b bai.
ay t rtc-iv. any prrjpo.itiuua which oenevole.
ledlvlnnals er oo porete antbO' itirMi m teel dis
po ed to make for aoaattoBB ih.r.ia .pc ned,er
(or sale of land 'or a site suitable for a.lo lii.tito
Uum. N-1 awe th.a toirty acre, will b. aooept
as a rite, aaioBi more can be pnrchased adjoining
at fair rstea
. . Propositions for dona4fons or sla of lacd for
aft tt be dirtciei to the Trustees, care of
Donaa.-M tK, BopHof IneChio eiate Asylum
Idiois, Cdlumbua, Ohio, aad made praviuoa to iha
Ipta dy or June next.
W IIITHSM ,I1K
11 ! .ili.tle'.tM!! 1. A. LVTZ.
'Trnstaaa tbM Asylum lor Idiots.
: myVKtTb't'i'sSai "
bill n, i oa ta,
Wholissi. aai Betafl Dealer la
ttrlp Tela, OBUnblasa id Chlpnewt
Uee oa 0. P. B, a. Pier. Aiao, Offlo. and Yard
at Baolid street B. K. Orossint. Ooaloiaa
. xosUsat Quality for
BT1AM, GAB, 8BAT1J, 8T0TBB,
Maa ar Honai Oaa. Abo, A&TTHBAOITB COAL
aa mrta as anaaU suaatltSaa.
Order. raspMtfullyaoUolud tad promptly attead
edaa. Ooal mr analthial karat anawtaatlf oa kaad.
S. , - tsajtats
EO. A. BOYCB CO,
ooceaaors to John Boyoe Boa, " '
Producs Oominission Merchants,
61 PEABL BTEEIT. VEW TOBK.
v Liberal adTancee oa eontlnaieate.
umt to ojaAH naw ivia, un
Banbi generail in Clevelaof .
ari be nabMrlher will loraieh eteBell apon ap
pllealioa Lr atukief arepwl,, and meke eataaeV
rauces oa ooaiigLmeBte to the ebjT- Booe
a. u. vaeitaw, ,
OHlce J. . Slaueow Cov
mylS:1' u afrln t., OleTelan, 0.
r.s. Lnsra, - s. s. sacawua, w.
' B. F. LESTER & CO., . :
Storage and Produce Commission
Koi. 48 nd 50 Slyer Street.
CLETELABD, . '
6 bo. w. aannna, axo. a. atrar,
GAEDNEB, BURT & CO.,
Btoratre suxl Produce
D,n,i.lr. nf the TTnfan BaUwaT 8hlD and rta.
nil Urala Eleratora. Btoreare capacity. t4t,Oew
bushels. tales and Warehouse adjoining t
5o. 19: XerulB it., Glerelaad, 0.
Dealrrs in all kinds of Country Produoa. Agents
for tt,e Salt Company of t- nondaga." Bait sola
always at the Ooejpany's prices,
a.,, w.i-r Lm. rioar. Grain, ac. brc
loads, Waived or to be shipped on the 0. 0. 0
n at. c a O. P or A O. W., (narrow
guaire) Baiiroads and their ronneetiona, loaded or
unloaded di.ectly in oar warehouse saving ex.
penee ol dra j aye.
un .n. nenunal attmtloa to the DMior of or.
der for Produce aad St ere Be. "die. on Comasiastoa.
Liberal cash advano made on oooslgamenta.
We are prepared to receive and ebip, by Canal,
r . k- . Kil. rwithoot drataire). Gfindatoeea.
SUv.e. Marble, Lumber and coerv- Preiahuof all
ktud., having the OWLI LtUUlCKS LN Tb
CI I Y for the iraarfer of heavy rrelaats.,
iteter to Banks aod baslnea. men genarally.
AGENT AXD COMM133IOK KL8
CHANT ftr the .ale of Flour, Grain and all
k.-di or Country Prwlioe. Brick Warehouse, No.
34 Rtver street, aw Railroad Depots, Oklaod,
. B. niXL. W. BTBAJWBT.
tlRU, BTS1IS1T & CO.,
PrtMiace, fommlsslot Forwardlnsr
For the sale of Floor, drain. Provisions, Gnat
seeds, Butt-r, Cheese, sgirv. Honey, ro
tatuee, Beaoe, rlominy, treea and
Lriui Fruits. Dreajed aoga,
o., c, ac-,
Ko. 21 Front tt , bet. Ktn and WaUat,
CINCINNATI. O. :
Orrs for a'l deecriptlons of rroduos, Proviskma
and Gruoerie. aolic'.tea Advanoesoa consixnmenta.
Marking piaiee fnrnUhed rree to regular auippers.
vTboleeale and Betail Dealers in
rLODR, OBMN, PSED. PROVISIOHB, 1AI.T,
Agents for the sale of tha celebrated
"Akron Citj" and "Akron 2Etna
All the dlffe'ent hrnna of which, together with
renerel wejoitirient of Ohio and Indiana Flour are
oouatautly kepi on nana, in fcarma, Balf-Barreit
Mo-IOVIHTTS EXCHHASGB, Foot of BTJFaV
KIUR hTKECT, ULIVELAND, 0.
AGENTS FOR THE
Northern Transportation Co.'a
Line of Screw Steamers,
0UDHS3BDB9, 0AP YUiOHHT and 08WIQO
And the ,
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COifY
Property promptly forwarded to New York, Bos
ton, aud all points hast or west, with dispatch
at the boweet Katea ot rrelgni.
Tknwoh fcnntrects ffiven to all th. Dtiuelpal
towns in How Emtiand and Sew York; mchsLaU
ClLAHK A 8AHFORl,
(successor, to Clark A BockefeHer,)
rrtjJuce Ooiil!ilea MArcntatit
mn neAtraa ra
ernin, Heeiin, t'lonr. Unn, Water IAtate,
fin tcr. sjNarwe. lise,vresa.
Mular aud Unlry Salt.
No.. 99, 41, 48 and River street and on tha Book.
a. a. class. v. a. ainroao
mtwrtj raoelved by Ballroad or Oaual, fcr
or Bhipment WIU glvs pereonal attentloa to
eale and porohasa nf Prod one and Mwanaadlaa
r,-,ral Omb Adraaosa made or OonslsamenBs.
Befer to BtmIbmbj mm and Hankers re-rsH.
u nana. a. a. taian, a. a. Bams
Vi OUSBT HANHA A CO. Snoca.
I V aoas to Banna, Oarretson A Oo., Whotsaali
Srooers, Furwardlng and Oommlesioa Kerohank
and Dealers In rrodnoe salt, Bisn, mo., uenira
tichsne, Nos lav and 1T1 Bine atraet aid Dwk
rtTAtects lor tba Olevaaaaa, Detroit aad Iatt
r-'r. F.'ne nf -t.em.r.. teeS
gl-KAi;K.La & BUilGKKT,
von van ssta or
FLOTJB, GRAIN, PBOVISI'iNS, 0BAS8 BSID6,
bUlTIK, KU'iB, BiUOM, ao.
Kos. SZ and 89 HerwInBt.,CieTelud,
Liberal oasb advane a made on oonaicum-ots
Hughes, Davis & Eocke feller,
SnocesBors to Hughes A Bockefeller and Davii
rorir&rdlng, frodnce b enerl
Sexton's Block, Merwln St9
CNHT B aAV ft,
wm 'rKitritT.?.ir. l:'RSvtii
OIL COMPANIES, AC.
Eockefeller & Andrews,
Saeoevon to Andrews, Clark Oo.t MaleVfitar-
en ana Haaera ox
CARBON OIL i
Benz'iie and Labrleatlns Oils,
orKICE-Botm Ko. 4, Scxtoa's Block, Werwin
atnet. rente: as
WORKING INTEREST OIL
OF OIL CITT.' : .
rpHlS 13 TO , CERTIFY, THAT
X Chaelib t. Net, of ClevtVand. Ohio, bu
appiioUd Agfnt of tha Worll-H lwteaat Wl Vol
DruT. of tl Oitr. lor tba eaJe of Stock o aaid Ooi
p-tav.and a'tHf lor Ua aaleofftbaieaof Oil Walla,,
wt.Lb the L-otttDan are opritinir.
JOfKPti IWBRT, Preaident.
C. It. DUNHAM, feraterj. .
Thti CompaoT obtain ia ea ca the boat Tarrt
tor. pniDK a royIr The? Bell aharaa In
w-ll of oo aMmttntb (Ith) r?ach, bolefof hm.
In we lt on'? paytbc aiMijiiitnu ateal ad npoft
lo peran at a ditiuice, dtairiag direct fnteraat
fn well , it ofl-r. tht coiy safe mode of lnvee'inent,
aa the Com pat, y rvtatn a ol quarter fniereat
ch w-li, and work tba wail fur tba benefit cf
8vr-rovI tiharea in poof Lcavca for tale. Oanrmn
ts- frifea tht tba Wblla lii ba proa -coted ntonoa
WiUioat d-lay. U t. M-J, Apc-Bl,
npvt6 -2K ' 134 Ontario it ret t, Cleveland.
Oil. I Oil I OIL!
turn. Fetrolram 0I, BhhIi
W. nay oarticuiar atteuMoa to naokacsa. taareM
saving our cusimera much loss by ivk.fra.
tuarantee cur oil to rive perfect aattaraotlon,
as tool aa any made ra tbe olty. also, we pay
tioolar attention to puttina op
H.M'TilA OB B1SIOLB,:
raltable lor V.rnlrh BTaunfarturer1 or FalBtsIt
asa. On hand and for aa!a -. - - - -
WO bbls extra refined Petroleum Otl. '
. loo I'bt. Cerdoried Benaole (eqoal wTasaaaslBa)'
iut) bbls No. I LnbrtcatiBa Oil,
trbica we will se'l at lowest market prices.
OrriOB His at. OlalT-st formally w.iuylad
Wm. O. Scofteld k Oa.
jonn tLul.Dftl. I
wa. o. aooniiLn, I ' OLBFBliaBlD,
OFFER? the most thorough, sysiemnf
and practical oonrBe of Irmt'nftlcB thattma
obtained iu iha woat. jb nndar the aoperintetid
raoa oi a aorMD operator oi y-wrt ex per if n . -n-
iota the ptroDKa of leading re'esrapli oompamea.
CHcaptHT lnti ntloa of thn kind in tha outuitry.
Oircuiara a-nt frte tc nay tvidrrm
Aiidr.as a U. 4 O.N. VWD,
ap14:HiiT.wlr 'PropHtorn end Principal
A NX ED KUITS AUD VXGKTA-
BLES of very excellent qnallty, cousietiar
r'mta t, rinnrs, unomes, -niacifoamea, unapor-
rlfs, XeaMT.,or WhiuFllatOom, 6i
aad Tomatoes, eaa ca found at
6 BO. D. Bawl's,
S! EBpecVor ttrwaa,
Ho. 140 Superior' Street.
EQOXS ARE SOLD AT
SEND FOR A
CATALOQUZ3 KAILSD FSSS TO
BUT TOUB PHOTOSRIPH . ALBUfl
VSTSZSO FOB A DSSCBIPTIVjt CATALOG UBLJ
BUY YOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
' - -' SEND FOR A CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR PRAYERS AT
8BND f OB A
SesMl tl aWMae'T far say frrel Albrtrn
Matt iai tne Btate Ir sua money, mbhs
A Gift worth from
; with each book:
frf All communicationt should be addressed to. :
oct8:E3 : H 140 Sumioi Etsbit, Clktm-sjiih O.
IT THS METS0P0L1TA5,
waa wait, and I will twnn yan ma
m flaBOeome oiti aim r.
50 ' Cents to $100.
northern Transportation Co.
It prepared to Transport Persona aad Property
. , r , t Between
BoftUa- H rofdt. In Kew Kngpintlt
Mrw lork snd tbe West
WITS PiOMPTSttS, CABE AND DISPATCH.
i Thia was known Una of Krst-rlasa . 8e
Bt.&m.re eonneets at Oedeosburah with t' a bail-
roads for ttwatoet suad all folate I Hear
KmalMdi at Cap. Vlacaat with the Be'lrfBde
hetwe.. Ian. Viaerut auirl Mew Jera,
ard at Otwetawiui a Line pf trst-clara, Uanel
I OSWEEO, TROT, HLBWT UNO HEW TOEK.
. Formina a CAlltl LINK between
BOSTON, - -- NEW TORT,' - l:
OQDKNSBURQH, CAPE VINCENT,
OSWEGO, und .
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And aTSI-WCIKLY fc'NE for
CHICAGO. MILWAUiSB AND
J. MTTttS, Fo. t IMor Hou-e, Sew York,
O. BKXtD. 74 ''earl street, New York.
JOHN BOOKING, ? ' a e street, Boston. '
810. A. CDIY. Ogdensl.urxh.
A. t. SMITH. Cape Vincent.
CHAS. ALLlsON, Osweiro.
WALK EB A HAYtM. T .ledo. ' '
K. E. MATHHW.-I, Detroit.
0. 1. HAIR, Mllwankeo.
H.J. HOWS. 0hlcao.
PKLIon, FRESCH e CO..
. K. MoOOLB. Clcvrlnnd.
Pas,eneer Ar-Dt rrieveiand. mhlH:RS
"VTOTUE TO CONTRACTORS. Pro-
XV pose's win bereeelvtd at tneomraoruier
Olill anslaeer, tnlil I o clock p. ., on Uxndsy,
thei9th eev of Ma., for rnilmara dtot,e..r. 1
newer, to extend Ir.m Bildte ttreji stein S wer
Plans and aDeoificatlona may be seen an 'I b.ank
nrrm.ia.1. obEained at eald Bnrinter's office
Tneno.ru ot uit inyiw-nirii iiimio momv
mission of kids, resomnr theriabt to accept or re
ject theeamn. sj oraer or tne ooejn
, ,TT, .,7,., .I.'f 1 or
AVID W. CAMP, MAKY OORBIT,
Corbit ar. hen by notified that on tneeih day
Ap'il. leSS I ariue Adsms. as Executor of the
ol Emily Camp deoraeed, let. of Cuyaboca coun
ty Ohio filed hie p n in tbe Crtoommot
Pleas of said aouaty, I he otjnot end prayer
which prtltion Mtoibt.in from said J urt B)u-
dlclal eonstruotiou ot Mid will, wr.icb .hall
thoriae attd eonower said Ad-,aie aa such kxecn
Lirud Trn. Mi m der ald wt,l. to sell Ue n-al
tate earn 0-i in aaid will, and tor inch other rle
eonltv mar roouiro. raid parti e a.e notiSed
anawor aaid pelltioa oa or heiore the loth day
Jeueisoo. u ruisiuT,
Attorney for fair-tiff.
Clev-lanfl, prills. 1 aul!i:ti4
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Cobb, Andrews & Co.
(Latx J. B. Cobb & Co ,)
ill BUPEBI03 BTliEKT,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
OF XVSBY STYLE.
corn:. (i presses,
ALL THB .
i COBS, ASDSEWS & CO.,
mylt ' tt arPrTHfOPl BTKWBT.-'
SKIRT MAN UF AO-
MantrrACTonKS axo In roar an or -
French and American Corsets.
Having iwoval from hla old and on Wter
street, to n forga and oonmodioos asttbliaontsiiii
10 m 5UPtf(tR ST., UICER AHf R'CARtVOT'
Mr. a" HANK omdlaitT lnrftaa the a-nrtoa of
Cleveland pa bile to his large and w-li-aasortl
storkof eK fcid, G .ECTa iND FANUY 'H)Vl
of tbe latent and most apprortd style. HaMog
ban onitajrad lor n loan timo tn aa zclaialf
Waolntma baaineaa, ha kaa acqnirKi ,enaTa
for procuring goos tn hia line on tha
ronaonatla ttx ma, and la now prepared to m
ptuticnUr at.aniioa totaaixail trd. With
coavaaienoaa of iha new aatabilahmant, tt win
Woomt tha moat ds.rable placa tu poichnM to
i treat Western
SKIBT CORSET IVIF G CO.,
SV Tax Omxv Bxinv o Ooasnr Fasronv
' vnn OrTT.
Ort arrmtMr of hands oonetently employed.
eurO-o-tamadaupIn tkMetty. Mmmnfiapten-y
anrl Whoirsala Howiim, SAw Mperlwr
llvret, ' p htaiira.
I RETAIL STORE, NO. 13 PUBLIC SQUARE.
' lSvery kind of tttirte, OorseU and La-Mee' Whits
Ooada, of tbe Latent btyle., made to order and
on hand. Also tancy eiooda in variety. -
GRfJST INDUCEMENTS. PATRONIZE HOME TRADE.
BH:R3 I. KarjrMAH, Unrr'a.
ETA.NCT CASSIHEBE& The
A. a001 Vancy Gaesimerea aver offered in
cttyjLiuBt operuet and for sale okewo, at wholeaalo
mail. i. M. lis wITT At ou.,
well ' T. .11 PtiMie .jiivs,
TDLACK-AND "WHITB CHUCK
JJ PopHns, TAILOR, GBtBWOLD 00.
. Bupwor (.
via .. ' .M
I itn I w. Civyo Tl ft fk IjA
" .- m mm mm wwaaw . W . S
ur r e vv i ui. j
Which now offer tulTftnteuea iiipeiior to thaw ol
say M4.tf u uottopm.
' " '' :'' CASX AS9ETS, -' . ; ' :
Ani wick Trat tan the apta of any other lit
lnanranoa Com paay in iha I'nlurd Stntaa.
: Tha laa -Da an. tvAl-Mdi
Waa over jier CfBt ' ' , '
Of Drewinms paid, and for. than haa bn da -
dared b Ar oiHn lira 1. Co in WokLO.
DtVTlCNriS aar now tecrerad innuatiT mrd
are avails Wa for parwMt oi peinf- at tha end
or the mt firt-i ofaatt)v can oeo'ttMaa 'Tom
nry othr Liiaempary; ton-by ftv irr( to tb
afaird tra drBtatM off-red by lfota (.VmaaaMaa.
a d t the flm time frioit tiem tho-dlaadTan
t9 ol t ay ing in tare! npos notea. - -
Tor M-aphteta, with 1vtH partienln. or for PoU
ct Bt apyly to -
mylfr '' ' Atwat-r Boild!n4.
STATE FIRE IHSORhNCE CO
r.pi.-i a f:o nnn 00.
lnvasled ia.rr full M-ired ty tiBt-claea
SlortgB s, Bonoa and tuxka. .
B P. Mnrgeji,
V. W. Wr'i ht, . .
lr. T. T. fiye.
D- W. . ttreetor,
IiaricB a d.m,
A N. Hat- be der,
J P. olat.ard.
0 U Uri-,wold. . ,
u. p. av-...
J a Tndirword,
J. B. Meriiun, -
H. K Kaynobis...
t o. neeewian,
. P. MO"OAS. P,eHrnt.
B. P M V ERn. VirePrMid'Bt
J. n. i .nirBBWutrtX secretary.
J. B MI IM, : rwwiirrr.
A. N. bATCUUi-Dtit, lieno-al Agent.
"Ofnee in Boiw'. Hlcck. corner of Superior
a. aoo mVJC rqoart, nt-ve ana, r.nio dji;m
Fire Insuranco Co.,
Office 1.8 Superlur Street.
CAPITAL, - $250,000.
Cully an4 seoure'y Invented in trsi-claas Mort-
gagr., donas ana stocks.
Receive 75 Per
iTILLM t" WITT, JAMES MA' ON,
E. I BaLDWIV, "f.. M C'lAf'S.
Ik . .'. WABMKB, GEU. W'iTHINQTOT,
lENRf BAaVKY, O. A. BROOKS,
. . . w. d. u'jri.ns. .-
biil'jb.i.i vtirT, rrrsicen.,
H. M.i iiPtS, Vice FrfH
K.XJ. ROIISB, BocTH-tarv - mri.W ia
ncruii. i.8csi5ti cuxruT.
IATITAL, ...... IK0, HO
- 1 mmrnmm,
o Scop Drvmecda. Pn,Sts dlvlled fa t'AnB
am oa btucb and Polio, Unlne?
Turn Alaria. Haaacds of all kltuls, Vlre Bfaka,
Balldinas, KerchaWlaL-, Knrullnns V .msls In forts
ad the better class of Bisks generally.
,.. - DlBBCTOBa.
ifm. Bart, B. feitoa, Aataaa Mtoaa,
t. Uhemberttn, L. C. HnJeoa. 1. B. Cbaioberlla,
. T. V elker, 0. A. Gardner, O. M. Ovlatt,
f. eY. Pelion, Wm. Weilbouaa.
OTVICB OvlaU s Bxckafa, foot tl Buperlo
atreet, Uleveland, Ohio.
it aai sa Adjusted aad promptly paid.
''lt. JABT, Freeldeat,
L. D. Biroaon. I1 '.vary.
Oapt. O. A. BABIHJCri, tfarina Inspector.
rire A L'fe Insurance igent,
Dice 311 aJatrblw Klocn, (superior ttt.
Beprents the roliuw.-nir t'omt'anl-B : Cpttal.
fnauranoB '.ompanj ol Burth AiaeraM$l,71o 171
New England air. Jn. Co, bartwrij... t'i (.10
Laniar ' Be I'urk. wJ'i 4i7
western Masatchueetu, fire FittaGe d - i'- 7tl
Alb.ny City, Virelna. Oo. Albnv. N. T 76 MO
dope -" - . . 1-ro'ic.ur-s... .10 0 0
Pntneai ! ' nrl'ord.. 6UT 98B
1O.Bus promptly jnted .nd p.ld.
aple:aiom J.. " VillHI H, Asre-tH.
D. HUDSON, c
ileaeral lire, M.ria an1 Life Imrara
tHIoa, Onatt'a zchabire, foot 9nporlor Street,
naraBssaT. tub robUrwiKO oonrajtins:
toe key. Mortal Ion. Oo., tJiaveiaud, Amett. '
Ohio, (f in awa Marina). 'J-tr,M3
Market rira " lt.7-2
fa ton Hire ' . tfSA.Wwt
lorwich Vies Ins. Co., Sorwtoh, Ot.. w-rri.2tl
tortk Wnterw " : tMweyu, N. I. !.77H
wlortlik- " . tee tort.. S,baK,7VI
Pbuenix Maria Ira. Go. of Broo-lya
. SI. Y., ea.n capital... l.oOO.rlOo)
bOHE!l MO.VHLTTt AUJiTM AUD PAID.
Particular attention given to ins a'tjrsnnrnt af
aerinelx.es. L. I). Hi P-ol,
' ' Aireut and A-Jjustr.
IRON AND NAILS.
IKON AND NAILS.
No.'2Vl And 31 ISerirlu btree
a, a. TLaraxAtTD, naown, tonsm oo
OUT ai and, O. Toangstowo, O.
Manatnctaran and WhcTeamia ln)ri fn
Bar, Boiler, llooji t, saeetlron,
BAILS CUT AND WgOVdHT SPIKES
iOT AND C0U fllSill HJTS AND WSSHEAX
ttuti Boa (Jprins; hlei, hlans, vc.
: 'Iron Dealers, Baitrod and Mlniotr Oompanlat,
ship and Brldita Builders, Kacsiaists and Urns,
raotttren, who desire a quality of Iron that will
Ive entire ntlsfactlou, are re-peot Full requ.sted
as feov ae with tberr oruera, wbich .bail always)
lommand onr prompt and oarefql attention.
Befer to Boainefla Men aad Bankara gacamUy. -
S02i AJSil) HAIL Aili.iOU3JS&
Boa."!, SS, toatT 1 OUtv ILAHD, f Boa f, M,tli
Blvarotrwit. I oail. oa th Iiook
.. BtORBIisos jpsjari-EK.
Whotoaal. Asanoy for the cale of
Ikeeakercer's J mints, Bfafla,
Bammomada Horseaboea, rtkoenoericer'a Common
and Juniata Bbeet Iron. bixiabenrr'i R. O. Meet
mad. from J aetata Iroonjoenbenr-r1. Jurrlatat
Boiior Plate. Juniata Nut.. 3quar aad Bexaabn.
Also Bar tron, Window iltoee. Sxtra Boreatrria
e0rv Ao a. tlanrttt.-rv' .rirM. ft-hll
8T0TES t ' BT0?al
j , TBB CkXUtATtD.
utgnut vuvxt, tvuu Acuriur uturcs
'For aai. by -njt:at
6. DBIT A OO,
tt Atarvit at,