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title: 'The Cleveland leader. (Cleveland [Ohio]) 1865-1865, May 24, 1865, MORNING EDITION., Image 4',
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ANTED A situation as Salesman
vf ftVrtM eiaol IB rtatl eont an- snoe
bourn, sroceiv, c ramier jar a.
J, 0., or at lUia offic..
AldresS r. K H.
"WANTED Two your-fr men wbo uo-
V V rfersttnd th Retail Goods Trad, relfectlr,
andean epe.k the -erui.n and hos-U'b lBBi.Be.
Tei-t2tPr.r. a If . ataiui ho. loMnl lbe
tr d. etc. toW. and . ULILKii, indianap-l-, loo.
BJ 11 21 J
,rAXrED A Protestant American,
' IneliArr German Girl; wat lif -od cook.
Wash- r .u1 1 Otter.
ui-ir at . b-aaitor etree .
HORSES WANTED Good Draft
u.tr iw Mare. rrra sto I'M- of as. Anlt
to A . HI Ml M O. S. PEul-, So. H7 unertr et ,
Olerelan-. u niaa"
CV)K hALE Wheeler Wilton Sewing
X Marhine; mahoganr eaer, glass toot new imer,
... .11 i. m.A t.iAt-r: will li i.lri ' Ia nran.
.-'rente! Bftri matct. U. . tBjWfLL n
Ct.. I pupTKT.t. mrl:l-
TTuUt-K TO KENT Hoom
X.i.Oilai street, rontainlrt-Sor
a-oe sir. -i oa oc befoie ie lt 1 -ne
FOK f?ALt A cod-nan tour aaa
half octave aortr.ie Me odeon. at orhr forty doU
lar. Inutrit K KN N 4 Rl, KHER and CO. a.
ri T i h n;rllv and Seneca. mjaZ12
ose-hall and two-lath Pe.n B-o lot ta tha city
187 w.dde'l Rtua.
" ANTED lilMKLiIATULT A good
W bkr, caw ibv caa wo k with a cracker lit
Chive. r ki aaCtsgtVea. Address Jb. A. UttH.OS,
. a.Ditioti, t. m"rrr.
A VTANTKD TO FURCHAtrE A House
1 f V and Lot rito-t d cm whe-eon the ASt S'd,
Bd with a atWu smote waiK at ine roii omce
A mall, two-.ioty nur . c ataiblrig from 11 t)
en rM ircfrrri Address, aWtiug local urn.
lrl, 4c- ft, c aie tuts wn. uisu
LOS C On fcuperior or Ontario streetA. ft
kivck leea .fci. TiicftnrifT H1 W tttiteblv e-
-mt U i t i ha 0. M. J-xpf i nPice, Bnk n. m yi
tO5T Oft 8nday evening. May 14tk, a
P.k-t ol4i. xMjk'li thirtr doiiarr td
:o re uLcfc, w hot-Tr wul matn It u 'hi utfion,
tr-u rV Miiuut t., tm BOiUbiy rewrdau. m16
f J) LKT tore on Krwin tireM; one
-L o' th two former y ocoid by G o. 8srsrtie;
Wr-ll aitted to ' y rti'ks ie Uvl. JKO U. JKS-
MNijj, Af vtr B UHlng. mytTaU
A" ROM.K KOR A FORTUNATE "OIL,
BUN."-FOB HLK,t.l.UftttHl m UMl"Mtifal
Tt e3 Of r1DBTllle, lk Ut.. Ohio, O'l th Mu
trw' td M,ur wit the nii'tuw of Judga
Hit icockD Paige . Lotorbnth If i ci uf
ud, Iruotiitg on fat Grnd KiTer" Q'l Ul
i -,( vwltrim the north nd ol be 'u .". On
tb pr.t- ty lhn 1- one Ure wr I-Bf eh d H
wit.i is rd o. Kj oil Trwi, etc , ts bvd, now rented
for 9 & ptr atDDuui. a) tv-mill Hod iQtW ik w,
B woocupi T 'h ndfri nl. ttTiog ooiivtw
i;iDtB-.r , itotba Id'UADd Cr.rd-n tich-d. Th
tov dcr.bu property u Tiy buty ituid with
Aba-vud nt Tin t tbe n nh ud fat od wt-r.
tx-uVoU'nt o H th- 0bHt:hr,oor'X ellefitrKbooin,
.od wittii i thr nuuak' wul ol Uio bo-ior pur
lio-fftlieTiil-ow. ... .
A a ot oi tteirly ten tna. now -dr
Ood cuti.Tati .u, iioioif Uie Til ag I taiU oo tbe
o i h Uu th' iod there ( ft ry An sprmi I
WAtor, now Btot,e ' p, tDty-tf-,A d !, h ch
b. doWHd ovvr or th- .-t t yetvm. And e b-t
led i a 4 ooi ner of ibf 1 t. Pr u wuaiitg to por
chaie wi l do wtul to cll Aad tx-nutu.
yi7li3 lUuaiAii M.iIMX;
PORTABLB 8TSAM: KiSGINEi
J'iHN P B''LT, MtnutBCtmvrcrr Por Abte-f r
rit MwIh, nbo tkot C. and oobAi.d tor u-i, tint
CIA AigiiwA. Ooftier tJvlanibui mia Ob r
Ct Te'na. nitl7:2.8
1' AS I HU A retofcCbtbie Colored nittn
f and wife wat ai ni(u bd-aiter and
ptwkvriJt ou rwiiie aQttot. or in Lot! to or out
of thf lty Uood rt-feieuct. vt;aii or a.ra Mo. 146
UaUUm .U, Cl0T.iaud. uyU;2lO
HOXJ8E AND LOT FOR SALE Tbe
-bcr,tw ofivi" lor Mle thw H -a Bd Lot No.
C3 Hiiiu(nrrt. 1'bt uoa-4 u pttrfocily n w, two
t jry, cootiiji g vto tood ni "in, wu d-aJird, etc
Tn lAt .3.iJ 1rt. For tuithr Mrticul-r,
gutreoB ibiaeiuiKA, WILlIaM FOUAUTl.
Cfc7" A WONTI AOKWT8 W.ABTXD
WArW'- vtrywhr' to iBtro ore the imp'OTed
fcMAW and C'LAUL AJI F-M11.T BKW.HQ AlACUlkK. tOA
oLT 1 pne- M.tiit.eiti the coua Tt wb cb u Ll
rr.fcstn u GroTt-r aud bak'. U iierer aitd v.loa.
How? binC'-r ud t-o., ai B tcuder. --botixr
i,tuliin how uid fir if than trty dIIa are IM
TAll(afcMETB. And ibe "filer and n'l Ubl to Doe
Bud lUtp "tsoiiliie' t. J9htr and Ap-BJt. OT la g
cm. -u. lowed liiuxtrttd ctrcu mant tr e.
Aaan. rill A W a cL a kK. itidaew.d. MnM;.roU-2.i5
A HONTUI I WANT AUElSTd
eT -iywhtre At T0 a M ntli, exppDW paid, to
BU Fiit-rju Artxi-a, tbe bat II ti eTer onrt-d.
Full .it.riiU tree. Addr. a. OTLA T. G&UKlf.
iiiviua-urj. jta.tH. auytUto
iiO tiAiil TUtf IiAKGE tKJUBLE
titua, 3i nd 3b Proapeot atrret. am tab e tor A
tauarbtiif doune. lermse.
kiHiuire ol cob Way
ar.kn Noble. 113:7
AOi&KAC BARGAIN. ihe under-ctamt-d
wiaho to ae I hM HteaBi Haw Mill, atta
Ated oue bb le aud a li nib - eat ol O rliu station.
It ban a. good up-aud-dowti a, aod a goo circular
aw ail iu ruoKioK order. 1 will a il Uif above v- ry
chtMp. For tuilbt-r iiucul -n, write or cail
Ou w aLTKR WUii a. uUrhn, O. BuH-atla
LAND Ott SALE. Fifty-three tvarei
mna ed on Wili-n aTeiioe, nt. 01 air, aod tmpe
njrat. rxteuaion, known a tbedttTluig Farui. M ill
tea id it. -ot- tanit purcliMent, Enquire ol . 1..
KA.'nor u. M. -PANULKli. n;h3 JM
AT A BARGAIN. FOR J3 ALE. The
So been 'r otera t ir aal- bin residence, sltnated
two and half mite Irom tbeOourt iloutf, Ui a Tery
deai raole tooanty. Tbe Lot oorera to and one half
Acre o fXiwettiutfly cu'ce Land, and contain aa
vtiondADc ol fehmbbert ; Haoerry tre and
BUAwuerry pla tai Ga V lne (.a good aaaort eutj;
A good urcbri five yeani old, oouaiMtitig o o award
o aereuty Ap le, PetU1, Plainb at.d ;erry Trees ; al
io a naub r oi Uniuoe trw-a, all o which are j tut be
guiuiug to b-AT. Tbe Houm bnck, neany new,
con ai-ing aev -u lofty rooms. The barn, CArriage
boti, Uiw ahedA, and other otit-bnildi gs, re u A
gtJd condition. Altogtlber, it hi A Tery desirable
residence, and will be sold cheap lor cs-h or long
ci-f lit, am dart, s d aire. A-uuir at im bt. divir at.
mtrttt-JC JOHN ALaXAN it Kit.
' in anniH to suit At U old stand aim!
KHll.knui A AGMlU's LOAN OFFILC ju loun-
riuea ot every kind, vis: ttold And fiilrer Watches,
LMMinonds, tilTor Wre, jewolrr. uns. Pi tola,
Ototnuig, fry Ooods, PtaooA, ttelodeooa, And All per
otal property and aruclce of value, on tbe mont sat
Istactory ternm. fiosiness atrictly private. KstAO
faheu l.-l. .B. A variety of unredeemed Watcn
v, J wel. y, Uufis, etc., or sale st bargainA.
Oaice corner ol W-ter and Superior sUreets, OTAT
av a A PeixoUo's Okthing Mors,
..rrw j. w. waov:b.
(Suoosssor to G. O. Brnos ft Preston),
Army ana baf Ciaiia Agent,
Officw Bio. 1 LymAs'i Bloeit,
Bsmr Comrt Hoawe, on Pnoliu tqaAia, OiATelAod. O.
W collect tfWDsions, Bounty, back Paj, Priac
Mvuit, td All ollu-r w ar (JKiias.
aarp4r Specsal agent resident at Washington.
9 C devotee ts eiit re faa u tbe eot lection o
OrrivaM1 a ooi'MT,t;rocariug Om Ubcateeoi Dion
Ibdbtednew aod cbtait.i..- Pj.
w rAee tow. N" cbare until ws hsvs acoom
iisbed WUat e anuertake.
jerniB vSDgoae ept-ken. aplB
D . W. C AC E(
Attorney mt tw, ja
icthorized War tlalm Agent
OrriKs 1H oukbiob 6t., Clbvalahs, O.
ftscnrBS feosiouB, Collects BouBtiea, Back Psy aud
rriM Uoi ey, And ProaevutA War Otalms
of erery description.
WT My AsAOCiAte At VASblUgtO glTM pATtlCB-
bv Atteotlon so the M.tlejne-t ol OFFlkKd'
ft rfHJUN T6
W All p reons having 01 Alms Against the Got
crniB-nt should app'y to me at onco.
AWCrooinuiircalioDs nciosing stamp will receive
eroroT't atte- t" oh-t
fur Lake Auperlur.
mHE bTADNCH KELI-
L aoia amewue. i ateaaar
MAT QUEEy, CpU F. 8. Miu.ii,
W 11 1 ve our Pock for Ho prior i lc. asd .D tnter
n.lfaw poru on Friday, atay Koth, at 8 o'ciuck
For freight or paanaga apply to
BiM 'lS 127 and ICS Rlrar .traat.
For Lake tsnperior.
r I ab AAuEd'r&Et 1 x ASS En mmm
JL ft cteuir L0 LA Ban.LE.Jbif-o-
Capt.Jobn -paldinc, will leara aara aaaw
1 orb or Ontooa oa d iftorairdiata potta, oa
Annraay, mmy rota, at ao oioea r. ai
Xor freigbt i r paanafr. appty oa board or to
Hub I HAhA C . Agent.,
3 H 8 and 171 Rir at.
trench fnury htfam lj Wnrkl .bm
Belrldere Farm, Iatt rleTCland, aod
im .caeca bireeu
O roa lfH gen at., OleTKland, 0.
I mn to nak. thi tb. B.iT Dl I-flOCSI IH
TH E WE ST. and aball .par. no aOort to ai w wt.
b faction. .
1 oall tl. ai pictal attentioB of Geatleaiea to a
IMPBOVIO FEKNCH STYLJ
Of Oaimc or b-dTlBf of pl Garauata.
FLOUR AND FEED.
FLOUBI FLOUB! FLOUBI AT BB-
n- Kb1 F.H I3 6,1-00 bbla fnah fronad
Flour, all g'ado aotn. ry obotoa braada of Rod
ad Wbilo Wb I. anitabla tor (aaiily ar bakar'a
baa far aala at Wart-hooas, 197 Marvin at. Oro
oryawn, llakara ai.d otkra in want will coa.nl t
aLeir aw, intaraata by eaaatiuinir anr alolu
ap!4 oa KDMCR. BfiKT A 00.
HO It I NT, CBACKED WHEAT.
Grab am Fluur, Corn Meal, Bpllt Pana, Paarl
Barlay, and cbom brand, of Kanily Fioar, eon
treat Britain and Ireland r -"t f
FaetageTlcketa fureelea' much led com rates, by
F' -m Ure-pnol to (fw York, tonchirg at Cork
H.r or Ai.o, by BiEiMSlt duact from 61aa
, i to kt.w Yi.rk. la f br-
BLCK STAR Of 84ILINS 8HIP3.
Dralsata'nht p. y able throughout th Called
Kingdom, oa appllcauen t -
At the Banking Offlce of Wright Bro,
nyl7;Wr-ikj ft Sfgvftot Wet,
tltMi)4I, HAT R. Il.
Fire and Marine.
THE CLEVELAND INSURANCE
COM CAN Yt
Of Clevelant', Ohio.
Capita, - $509,000.
Thbi Oo-ipaBT U mom rnlW orfta,nd. And Bra-
paj4 to vritd l iu wa uw auu.
1 ; r ' DIRECTORS:
S. B. PATW1, T. P. HAKDT.
CHAjtun w. com, j. & bkxtoit,
E1VST V. CLA&X, LKTKRXTT AlAXTT,
ft. D. M'MILl-AM.
ft. B. rTNB, PT'deBt.
ft D McbULLaN, Vice PrwWeoU
ft. ft. 0 K. eeoratATf .
Offlw, Sexton's Block, cor. Superior
and lerwU itreeU,
AtlaaUo A Oreat Wanton
A. . W., Maboning Branck
Lnka Sb a, okTUad A kna...
6 31) 8:4 1
Ooeoaaat a Erie Aooom modatlon..
Claraland Pltuburab, Aocom.
Totodo . -
Atlanda k Orant Waitarn. T:65 W
A. A O. W., Maboning Braaeh.lu. U0 C 8
aka Dbora, UloTolaad Brla.. . . 7. .10 f 18 Kal
1'aaaaaat A BH. AoooaunodattcnlOrW
Pluabnrwk Wnaaling :U 10:10
Oolonibal . -S0 B-Ofl 8-W
w.,1 ,,, ,. gD fcgo 40
aF"OltlaaB whining conreyauea to either oi tb.
ate Train, or Roata, will b cailod fcr ty Coaobra
of dtaran' Omnibnj Liu., bj laaTlng lhlr aiidnnf
at tba ( nlbnj OfBoa, 147 8nu.rtor ctr i, "t
a to th W7H nr
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Sealgaated Bepniitory for all Public
Anthorniad Bnbaertption Agant for tha
i 730 LOAN.
' TbJa bain tba only Popular Loan now befrn i th
Paoaia. tha Bank will bw D on hand n roll a -tu
auDt of nana, and fill ali order, promptly and with
Flww Per Ownt. Vemttl Twmder mourn.
With A rumMd IntAraat to data. rrralTad in PT
m.ut br nbacrit,tlona. and will redo-m at par tba
(Van a oa tba avrea Iblrtla. prtMotad at tha
will alao pot eh an. United Stataa Tonchara, Om-
tlDonua oi Indaotadnaaa, and ail (rttenmtnt av
pBOOaUT ED DSPOAITOBT APT O I1A IBCIAL A OB AT OP
TUB La IT AD DTATBA.
Agent fcr th BaIa cf
C. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Flra per cant I-ant Toarfer Notaa raaaiTad in
piimmil of aama wltb aocrnad inlro.t.
Ail deaonptians of
Bonght and Bold nt bait rat.. apl8 R4
Aaademy of Mnait Mad. Fch-IIrr Cbaa. Pope.
Taylor, Brinwold A Co. New Sbaalr
J Lang Caaarla CleTelnnd Medical College.
W. U. eailord War CI .Ira Agency.
Tay!o Oriaaold A Co. Dr,aj Goods.
Makae, Petlit A 0o. To' T aka Snp rlor.
Phot graph Gallery for 8 Je Local Hotioa,
Camera for ra n Local Notion
Taylor, Gri.wo'd A Co 8' k Ba- qnei.
Kew Summer Shape French
Frnmea, just received nt Mn.
Another eaae Newport E&U opened to
day t Mn. Sbaw'a rnorns.
Cletilkd Post Office, )
Mat 22, 18Ci. J
On Rod After this date an additional mail
will be made up daily at thii office for Chi.
eago, closing at 1:40 P. M., and arriving bt
Chicago at 6:45 A. M.
Tbe mail for Pittsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and VTashington, which leaves
the depot at 1:30 P. M., will be closed at
the Poat Office at 1 P. M.
The afternoon mail for New York
close at 2 o'clock.
Sticit Cliabiho. The Street Commie
tioner was ont with his gang of workmen
yesterday, cleaning the much-defiled
RiriiaiD. Tha dock in front rf th
Pittsburgh freight depot has been thor
oughlj repaired. It has hitherto been al
most too shabby to allow vessels to tie up
Kew Coal Yard. A coal yard which
promises to be the largest and best in tbe
eiby, is now approachiog completion. It
Ukes the place of Ransom's wood yard on
the dock between Walton's warehouse and
Abbey's old stone crockery warehouse.
It is owned by C. H. Clark, of this city,
who has hit office in Walton's warehouse.
Eseteeced. Erastus Condell and Jona
than Watte, the burglars who entered J. R.
Sbipherd'e store last spring or winter, were
brought into court yesterday, when they
changed their plea to guilty. They were
sentenced to the Penitentiary for two years.
They have been having a good time in the
jaQ here, whiling away the tine playing on
th violin and guitar. Now they will have
to . lay aside the fiddle and the bow, and
take up implements nt t quite so agreeable.
Cioaos Blue Magic Tbe Signor
drawing large and very enthusiastic houses
at Brainerd's Hall. His feats are novel
and of the highest order of merit. The tricks
of hia trained canary birds are wonderful,
and their martial exploits in the way of
firing pistols and cannon, and feigning
death from gun shot wounds, elicit, night
ly, unbounded admiration and applause.
But the popular and taking feature of the
entertainment ia the presenting of several
costly gold and silver gifts, each night to
the ticket holders.
The Bignor will be here every night this
week, and he who wishes to see the finest
exhibitions of "Magic" that ar or can be
made, and at the same time stand a chance
to adorn or enrich himself, should avail
himself of this opportunity.
Would hot ArraorsiATE. A resolution to
appropriate a sum not exceeding $6,000, to
defray th expense of receiving and enter
tuning the Northern Ohio regiments soon
to be mustered eutof aervice at Camp Cleve
land, was introduced into the Council last
Bight by the committee appointed by that
body, and thoroughly discussed, but did
not prevail. All th members agreed that
it is eminently fit to give th soldiers a
grand reception, but felt that it is illegal
and wrong to sink tbe city deeper in the
mire of debt. Th city finances are at so
low aa ebb, that tha Council did not feel
justified in adding to the already enormous
floating debt of $150,000, and so felt obliged
to forego the pleasure of giving the return
ing braves a splendid ovation and costly
welcome home." The members, however,
were willing and eager to help in swelling
a subscription list, and thought that the
proper mode of obtaining the requisite
fun da, instead of still further embaraasing
th ait by making tbe elicited appropriation.
Arrival tr Major Guiral Bhieidar ia
Clevelaed Diipatehea were reoeived IA
this city yesterday afUrnoon, annonnciEg
that M jor General Sheridan, th victor of
Five Forks the Waterloo of tba rebellion
would arrive or the 9:JS P. M. train from
Erie. The news was made knows only to
a few leading citisens, though others learn -ed
it incidentally, tha obiect beini to do
nothing to harass or anno the General'
and upon the arrival of the train the num
ber of people present did not exceed two or
three bond red. No formal preparation for
reception had been made, bat th Militarv
Committee, accompanied by Mayor Cbapin
and a number of prominent citisens, were
at the depot to present their respects oa
behalf of the city. As soon as the train
had entered the depot, Coloaal George B
Banter waited opon the General, and eon-
ducted him to Wheeler k Russell's Dining
Hall. Here the gentlemen present were
introduced, and the shaking of hasda be
ing completed, with no other than the ordi
nary ceremony, General Sheridan and tha
members of his Staff accompanying him
sat down to sapper, which thev were per
mitted to enjoy without interruption, the
crowd being entirely exclude! from the
Hall. After supper glasaea were filled, and
Col. Sen tor proposed "The health of Gen
era! Sheridan, one of Ohio's bravest and
best eons." General Sheridan returned hit
thanks, bat sid he eoald not make a
speech. Tbe distinguished visitor was
then conducted to the Columbus train,
greeted by the cheers of th crowd, npoa
wbich he left at 10 o'clock. Tha following
members of tbe General's Staff aeooapany
him, the rest having preceded him:
Gen. J. W. Forsyth, Chief or Staff.
Col. Geialin, Medical Director.
Major Gillespie, 0. B. Engineers.
M.jor AUen, - -Major
Kip, A. D. C.
The General will go to his home at Bom.
erset. Perry county, from Columbus, where
he will remain a few days, going thence to
his new post of duty. His staff will go on
to Cincinnati direct.
The General is looking well, and his
sharp, angular face, swarthy and tun-bum
ed, together with a pair of tbe moat pene-
t ating black eyes ever seen, make op a
contour which gives the impression at one
that it ia no ordinary man who possesses it,
but one capable of any duty in which
bravery and determination to succeed
coupled with judgment and skill, are neces
eary In sise, General Sheridan is not over
five feet six inches, bat his frame is of that
tolid, substantial build that dears any hard
ship. He is withal modest and unaaaum
ing, bearing hia honors with a quiet, sol
dierly dignity under all circumstances.
He, together with his staff, were in plain
Acadirt or Music. Th announcement
that a dramatization of " Enoch Arden,"
would ba presented at the Academy Mon
day and Tuesday nights drew a considera
ble number of a certain class, whil repre
sentatives of a selector class were allured
there on both occasions by the assurance
that tbe poem had been "successfully
dramatized" by Madam Juliette de Mar-
guerittes, aod that w should be treated to
taste of the "success."
Of the acting we have little or nothing to
say. There is nothing abstrus or difficult
in the character or career of th dramatit
pcrtonae. It ia life, simple, quiet, domesti
life and needs only life for interpreter.
Any person of ordinary intelligence, im
agination and experience could easily form
a jawt conoeption of th character and lot,
whether of Annie Lee, Enoch Arden, or
Philip Ray. It was, therefore, mere justice
to expect that the personation would bead.
equate. We need not add, that in this re
spect the house were not dieeppointod.
But when we coRie to consider the merits
of the dramatization, we must own that this
effort ranks with the ninety-nine bun
dredtba of all such attempts, which must
be named either caricature or sacrilege.
Will any one who has read thst poem, whose
mind and heart have been filled with the
matchleas beauty, perfection and simplicity
of that consummate piece of art,pretend that
the dramatization we saw the last two nights
improved the poem, or even left it invio
late in iu high place? What trait of char
actor or inciaent was touched with a softer
tint than that the poet gave it T
The unity of the piece ia not preserved ia
toe dramatization as it appears in tha poem
Much of the poem, to be anr, ia left, but
ia ae thoroughly watered with gratuitous
chorus, dance, speech and other entirely
foreign elements, that Tennyson himself
would not know it. The story is not torn
pieces to the usual criminal extent, but we
hava superfluous characters, more than
dozen in number, added to eke ont tbe
piece, by their ridiculous speech and action,
to respectable dramatic length. This
murder in the first degree. If Parliament
and Congress would only pass laws making
it a capital offense to perpetrate dramati:
tions which do not prove successful and get
universal approval I
"Enoch Arden," as Tennyson wrote it,
a gem. perfect in itself, like a star in it
place. And to mix op the Lord's prayer,
or tha Beatitude, with scraps of French
memoirs or village gossip, would be a par-
version not more blasphemous and mon
strous than such dramatizations are villain
ous and sacrilegious. We hop we have had
enough of this sort of thing.
An attractive bill ia presented to-night
in the sensation drama, "Streets of New
York," in which both stars appear, followed
by tbe capital farce of the "Two Buzzard.'
Repcoees Goer Horr. We noticed,
the time of their arrival her several
months since, the fact that aix brothers,
bearing the unique nam of Jones, left their
home in Brunswick county, Virginle.about
fifty-four miles southwest of Petersburg!)
on tbe 18ih of November last. They mad
their slow, doubtful and painful way to the
Union lines at Norfolk, and cam on here.
stopping at the Soldiers' Horn several
days, until they found employment. None
of the young men had been accustomed
hard manual labor at home, having been
engaged in mercantile pursuits and
teachers. But they eet themselves reso
lutely to the work they found to do. Five
of them went to Grafton, Lorain county
aud engaged themselves as wood-cotters,
They had never lifted an ax against
the great trees, and only on of them
escaped cutting legs and feet. How
ever, they persevered, and have made
enough to cloths themselves in first rat
style and pay their expenses home.
But they were not allowed to leave their
place of labor without having practical ex
perience of a lawsuit, Th man they
worked for last, Mr. Alexander Carter,
Grafton, refused to pay them their stipu
lated wages, 'whereupon they sued him,
aud came off triumphant.
They left for their horn in Virginia yes
terday. They congratulate themselves
that tha war is at an and, that they can
again go back to their home, patrents and
business, and they express themselves vary
jubilantly over the apparently certain and
speedy doom that await Jeff. Davis, th
author of all their woo.
Tbe Old Baptist Chuech. This" building
which has been used for almost all con
ceivable purposes, having gori through
metamorph -aes enough to satis fy th most
scrupulous Hi ndoo, has been fitted over in
to a Melodeon. and Organ Factory kept by
Messrs. Krnnard, Dreher k CoJ Thia- firm
use all three stories of th building, occu
pying all tha space, save twar apartments
used aa a willow-ware manufactory. Th
block has a very presentable appearance
now. The old signs and symbols have bean
rased, and tb names and : occupation of
th new tenants sot ap ia glaisg capitals
in, aU ta glory f paint, ,
TJrited Btates Cooet. The eases of TJni
ted States vs. Wm. Swing and same ts. Olmsted,
both charged with stealing letters from
tha Postoffic. occupied this court yesterday.
Court or Comroi Pleas. Beporr Judor
BrrLTOE. The esse of W. A. Judson vs. 8.
M. Ferine, was tried yesterday morning to
a jury, and resulted in finding a verdict of
$74,4 r plaintiff. J. E. Ingersoll, Esq.,
for plaintiff, and J. C. Grannis, Esq., for
A replevin suit was brought by FrasssU
I. Bjerly vs. Michael Newman etaL Bob
art Mix, Esq., appeared for plaintiff, and
Mr. Hovey for defendant. The jury were
charged and sent out 1st in the afternoon.
Before Judoe Coffieeeert The Railroad
ess brought on Monday, occupied th
branch of the court yesterday. It is a suit
brought by Wm. P. Stanley vs. the C. C 4
C Railroad Company for infringing the
contract for the exclusive right of running
sleeping ears from this city to Cincinnati.
Tba arguments were begun yesterday,
The esse will probably be concluded to
day. Judge Andrew and Messrs. Keith
and Coon for plaintiff, and Bickus and No
ble for defendant.
Befoeb Judge Foots. Stat of Ohio vs.
Erastus Oondell and Jonathan Watts, in
dicted for grand larceny. The parties in
the above case came in and changed their
plea to guilty. They were sentenced to
the Penitentiary two years each.
The case of the State vs. Margaret Coyne,
indicted for robbery, was disposed of. She
changed her plea to guilty on the charge
of assault and battery, whereupon she was
fined the costs of prosecution.
The Grand Jury meet again this mern-
Btm.Dia Lots eeae Feaexlir, Pa. Br.
G. W. Stewart and Mr. Charlea E. Wisvrall,
of New York, hava bought seventy-five
acres of land fronting Franklin, Pa., at an
exponas of nearly a hundred thousand dol
lart, wbich they have laid out in building
lots. The area consists of table land over-
lookingthe town of Franklin and command
ing a view of scenery, the grandeur and
beauty of which cannot be surpassed any
where in the country. The lota are laid out
sixty feet front by one hundeed and fifty
feet deep, with an alley, making them
large and convenient for gardens and out
buildings. Four acres have been reserved
for a magnificent hotel and grounds, which
are te be built and laid out by the lat of
September. The drawings of this hotel are
now in the hands of Messrs. Porter and
Roeeling. architects of this city. The ho
tal will have two fronts of 140 fet each,
and be situated on an elevation opposite
th depot a few rods distant, in the corner
of the junction of the Meadville pike and
the Sempseytown and Oil City road. It
will have 100 rooms, and the building is so
arranged that another hundred can be add
ed at any time.
On th first floor there will be a spacious
ofSc communicating with corridors run
niag throughout th building, a rotund
reading-room, forty feet in diameter, dining
hall twenty-four by eighty feet, reception
rooms snd ladies' parlors, extensive kitchen
apartment, bath rooms, Ac, Ac, as append
ages. Th building will be four stories
high including baaemLt,and built of wood
and stone, probably of the Italian style of
architecture, with a French roof. ''
The grounds will be laid out tastefully,
with arbors, walks, fountains, 4c Back
of this hotel, which is itself situated on
terrace, toe ground rises gradually to the
table land whereon the lots aforesaid have
been located. Thos desiring the most
beautiful sites for residences in the country
would do well to visit tbe above locality,
or apply to Dr. Stewart or C. E. Wiswall,
Lamberton Hotel, Franklin, Venango coun
Fatal Accideet. An unmarried woman
named Mary Hoch, forty or fifty years of
age, was struck by the cow-catcher of the
engine of th morning Pittsburgh train,
yesterday forenoon about half past nine
o'clock, and thrown some twenty feet from
the track. Thecollision resulted in breaks
her arm and two ribs, cutting her head
and bruising her in a shocking manner,
as well as inflicting severe internal irja
rise, wbich caused her to vomit blood el
moat incessantly during the hour she lived
after receiving the blow.
Bhs was in the employ of Mr. William
Rogers, a gardener on Cedar street, Mr,
Rogers wss walking with this and another
woman-laborer through a field that is d
Tided by the railroad. He had j uat crossed
th track when he discovered that th
engine was very near. He had time only
to turn to see if the women had remained
on tha other side, when he saw the loco
motive strike the women. Tba train
Slapped, and word was sent to Dr. Beck
with by the conductor, who soon put tbe
train in motion for tbe depot. Dr. Bjbnei
der immediately repaired to the house
Mr. Sogers, to which the woman had been
removed, but saw at once that she was
sinking rapidly and past hope.
Deceased lived with her sister on May
8ert to trr Refoer Faer Peter TJcyon
alias Peter Antoine, a lad ten or twelve
years old, hss just been tried befjro Judge
Foote, on the charge of stabbing with in
tent U wound. He had got into a street
fight with a bright boy of this city, who
was too much for him. Falling under the
superior strength of his antagonist, he can
celled the difference of muscular fjree by
plying an old jack knife on the person
his enemv. inflictinsr three "lively" cats
upon bis thigh. The encounter was wit
nessed by several boys, and the trial was
pur juvenile (ffair. Th bearing of tb
boys in court was fine, and the proceedingi
ware aaite novel.
Peter was found guilty and sentenced to
lb Reform Farm until legally aisenargea
He has already sp'nt two years there, an
w.a aant awsv a reformed boy. "O wad he
tak a thought and men' 1"
TJrited States Sanitaet Ccrribsior, Per
810R ard War Clair Aoesct. The United
States Sanitary Commission has established
an Agency in this city for tbe collection of
pensions, bounty, back pay, prize money
and all other Navy and Army war claims,
free of charge. This agency is a branch of
the above Commission at Washington, an
has unequalled fscilitiea for the -prompt
security of all war claims. It is designed
to save to soldiers, and to the widows an
hairs of soldiers, the expense of collection.
Apply personally or by letter to W,
Gsylord, Agent, lit Superior street, Cleve
Onio Horoeopathio Meoicsl Societt
Th First Annual Meeting of the "Homqjo
pathie Medical Society of the Suto of
Ohio," will ba held in Columbus on th
second Tuesday, the 13th of June. Special
committee were appointed last Octuber,.fcy
submit reports n various subjects at this
meeting. Among the appointments we no.
ties th following gentlemen in this part of
th Stat: ..,
Scarlatina Dr. A O. Blair. " '
Surgery Dr. 8. R. Beckwith. , '
Obstetrics Dr. J. C. Banders.
Topical Applications Dr. E. C Beckwith.
Rrotal. On the first of June th Gents
Famishing Emporium, 138 Bank street,
will be removed to 141 Superior street, un
der the Weddell House, (the store now oc
cupied by N. E. Crittenden,) therefor) ex'
tra inducements will be offered for the next
thirty days to all the old patrons, and as
man v aaw ones as mar favor u with a call.
to select from th finest assortment of Far-T"
nishing Good) we,t o( Jfew York city,
TUESDAY EVENING, May 23.
Council met at the ntual hour, the Presi
dent, Thomas Jones, j-., in tbe Chair.
All the members present, except Messrs
Dangler, Russell and Trnscott.
Beading minutes of precsding meeting
.dispensed, with. ..,,.
Of Board of City Improvements sskine
that the ordinance for the construction of a
branch sewer in Pearl street, between Lo
rain and Monroe streets, be referred back
to said Board. Granted and ordinance so
(erred. 1 ' ' '
OOHeary fWiti k Co., for sprinkling St.
Clair street. Board of City Improvements.
Of man v residents on rearl street, asking
that that street may be sprinkled and the
expense cbarged on the real estate fionting
on said street. Board of City Improve
ment. - r
From Board ef CHv Improvements, ssl-
ing suthority to contract lor grading JJ.re
and Mill streets. Filed.
From vtlllmad Witt and many otner
prominent citizens, asking the Council to
mnke an appropriation for tn reception ana
entertainment in a suitable snd creditable
manner, of the returning Northern Ohio
veteran soldiers.' iled.
Of Abraham Bergthold, with reference to
sprinkling Prospect aud Bt. Ulair streets.
Board tjity improvements.
Ul toward uihi, in relation to sprinkling
the wnole of Euclid street. Board City I m-
provemeate; -.- '
With Charles A. Gehring, for furnishing
meat to Inurmary. Approved.
Of Superintendent of Markets for May,
Of B-iard of Citv Improvements, recom
mending that tbe sum of $21 54 be refund
ed to Henry H. Dtge, for relief on account
of overcharge of tax on Uregon street, ac
aordins' to bis petition. Adopted.
Of Fire and Water 4jommittee and I ire
Enrineer. adverse to tbe petition of Irad
Kellev. asking privilege to put a wooden
roof em bis building on Superior street
Of Committee oa Public Buildings, with
reference to l.aainE a hall for tne City
Council and otfieee for city officers- Filed.
Of same with reference to lightning rods
for the Brownell street School Mouse.
Of tbe Equalizing Board, w in reierenre
ti the tju pen or street Special Tsx List lor
O : Committee on Harbors and wnarvea,
adversely to allowing any aiand to be placed
oa Light House street bridge. Alopwa
By Mr. Presley, That the Board of City
Improvements be instructed to notify
property owners on the corner of Church
and nanover street, to repair vu eir aiuo-
alks forthwith. Adopted.
Bv Mr. Rugert, That the Board of Ci'y
Imorovementa be authorized to contract
witor Jona Aoernetny lor grading ana im
proving Dare street t-etween Lorain and
Detroit streets, and Mill street between
Monroe street and Walworth Run, at the
rate of sixteen cents per cubic jsrd for
earth excavation ; tbe same to ba done to
the satisfaction of said Board. Adopted.
: By Mr. Presley, That the City Marshal
be instructed to notify the residents on
Church street between Hanover and State
streets, to remove the wood from their aid e-
walka forthwith ; also te remove tne lum
ber from the Columbus street sidewalks.
By Mr. Rogers, That the Mayor be
authorised to qualify such number
of special policeman as he may deem
proper,, of persoLS employed as private
watchmen oy- corporations, nrms and pn
vate individuals; their compensation, in
ail cases, to be paid by said corporations,
firms and private parties. Adopted.
By Mr. Rogers, That the City Council
will not receive or enteriain any petition
or communication in relation to the lin
provement or repairs of streets, sewers, or
bridges, until it shall have hrst been re
ported up"n by the Board of City Improve
ments. Tabled one week.
Bv Mr. Bower. That the Board of City
Improvements be requested to notify the
property owners on the South side of Lake
street, to pave their wslks with bricks or
stone (where. th tame hat not been done)
within ten days.
By Mr, Buhrer, That tbe Board of City
Improvements be requested to draw up an
ordinawe for the purpose of changing tbe
name of Euclid street to that of Euclid
By Mr. Calkins, That the Board of City
Improvements be requested tu nave cross
walks laid across every street abutting on
Perrv street, between rroepct and Hi us
man stieets. Board of City Improvements.
By Council Committee, That a necessary
sum. not exceeding $6,000, be appropriated
to be expended by the joint committees of
the Council, County Military and Uilizens
Committee, to defray the proper and neces
sary expenses, incident to the reception of
the soldiers of Kortnern Ohio, soon to be
mustered out of service at Camp Cleveland
By Mr. Prllon, Thst the Board rf City
Improvement be requested to notify tbe
property owners on the southerly side of
M'Cntre street, oatween tne ienire street
bridge and Detroit stresl. and on tne east.
erly side of Detroit street, from Centre
street to the southerly line of the Cuyahoga
Steam Furnace Building, to have their sido-
walks, paved with stone or brick, without
nnnee.sssrv delay. Adopted.
By Mr. Pettengell, That the Hon. Harvey
Rice, E. R. Perkins and S. H. Matber be
appointed a Visiting Omrnit'ee for the
East High School district, for tbe ensuing
By Mr. Huntington, That tbe Street Com
missioner be requested 10 clean out tne
gaiters on Gardon street, aud round up the
road-way. at hie earliest convenience.
By Mr. Huntington, That the Board of
(Jlty Improvement be autnorized and re
quested to prepare an oraioacce to re-es
tablish tbe grade of Seneca street, from
Cbamplain atreet to the Cuyahoga river
also, an ordinance to establish tbe grade
of Beneca street extension Irom tne uuya-
hoga river to Walworth Kuo, aa early
By Mr. Rogers, That the City Marshal
be authorized to remove the buildings
erected and in process of erection on Pitts
burgh street, at or near the point wheie
tne A. At ur. w. xiaiiroaa crosses said street.
To ehang th name of Back street. Or
To provide for the sprinkling of Euclid
street between Erie street and Willson av
, To levy and aaes a special tax npon a
portion of Pittsburgh, Bolivar, Miami and
Kinsman streets, upon tbe Central Market
grounds and up-jn tne hunsman street rail
road-- Bacon reading.
To levy lazes for the year 1EC5. Boles
suspendud and ordinance passed.
To accept and confirm the dedication of
Chapel, Henry ana Charles streets. Pass' d.
To establish tha grade of Centra street.
rsssed. ' -
To establish the grade of Charles street.
To amend tbe second section of an ordi
nance passed June 20th, 1855, entitled "an
ordinance to amend an ordinance entitled
as ordinance to authorize the Mayr to ap
point eertain polioe officers," passed April
jam, 1893. rasseo.
M 4.HASI. Tue.d.y ntonlig. Bay r 3d E iaabath
n , a. u Alter of Ata ana star, .. stabaa, aged Zi
yeara. , ,
: Friends of the family are invited to attend tba
fanarat, Thursday, tba Zrjth Inst , at 4 o'c'ook P.
M., at 'the residence of W. 0 North, oa University
RuB NSON - In this city, on the 3d of Msy, ef
eoosetioe or tne Oram, Barnes mil aoointon, aged
ro rears, a satire ol loroaio u. w.
Torento and New York papers please copy,
" IUTI0UL BlAK.
i f Cleveland.
" Fleet ated Depeaitory fcr all Pnbllo Monies,
ad FLjtncaal A at of tbe Called states.
Authorized bubscrlptlon Agent
; FOB THE
This Bad It hATlng btwn appointed a Depository
ADd -aKrBAACiAl Ant of th8 Govetfli-at, will
proasptij fill nil ontor tor the Popoinr 7-JH) Loam.
maw being rApidij token. Tbs decline In Gold
mB4t ctuics to rrader this Load a 4es,rbl In
Tfi meni lbs bbqaI tXrSBABissioB Allowed toitAukt
A d BiAkArB bo ba to sell aaI.
rive Per cent. Legal Tender Note.
Wlh ACssraed iateraat Added, revived in payment
for sBjisirrlpiitBt. - si stored 7-3U Con poos palu om
DresentA4n. Utritcal dv -a Vow-here parchssed.
nnd lUAtBrtiAC uertlitentes of indebtedness col
LWtstV - y
s:aH W. I. CUTTZB, OAAfaiar.
Btiwvrberrica suscl Cre this evening,
8, W. (eAJtBlxrir, Wl7,li
For Bale A Photograph Gallery la the bast-
ares part of tbe rtiy. (ISO a weak prolt. A
good rtaaon tor telling. Insure at t Leader
For Baue At Patkar'a Booms, He t Pablie
Bqoare, one of Wing s Cera Oamaras. Tbey are
tba beat In use. yt l
Hiultton's Unrtallel Tooth Fsmtedois
not operate ap in ths principle of teoarisg, as docs
powde ed puntce atone and talveibud charcoal,
bat 1 a compound peo.Uar to Itself, which accom
pli has oil il claim, lo perform to'.i by all Drag
A nether Case of Victoria Caps Ju.t rtclred
at Mra. ttutchtne', 88 Seaecast. mjtt.ilJ
Wanted-Three Rrst-olass Milliners, at Mis.
Hntihin.', 88 Bmerast. . mjt-s
. i -
Saves half the soap and half the work. Is
worth more than all tba washing machines a r
invented I Hold b Druggiats and 6rocars. . Ask
for LiuUwcmTt R'tuAiaf Oryaraf. W- I. PORTER
Agent, 101 Rant afreet wjM eW
ITCH. WHKATON'tJ ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will cure tha Itch in 48 hours also cures Bait
Bbeum, Clcera, Chilblains, and all Eruptions ef
the Stla. Price 60 cents. By Banding SO oeets to
Week, cud Potter, 170 Washington St., Boetoa, wfll
ba forwarded free by mail. For aala by all Drag.
rtsta BTBOas Akn.TBOne, vraaatana, a
fcr Kortb.ru Ohio. mbl4:Fdaw
"ante me to know ft, that I with wings as swill
A meditation or the tha thooght. of love, ' 1
Mny prove to yon'
That by tbe me of Dr. D. H. Betlye's Llqnid Oa-
tarrh Bemdy a f a ear cure will be erf etad. '
y"2;RS " ,
OM rrwlorv fur Male. Tha an baortbar ef.
nre to aall his factory on Canal and Okie etreets
with tbe land and buildings, being pleasantry sit
uated, comnaet and conveniently arranged. Ca
pacity abont nrty Darrein per oay. wnnwua. ow
Ion giren If roqoireo. .
Cleveland, Feb. 14. IMA. fcoli.r
Baas t'a aoliloqnjr.
aoapt sn to res FatSfST TUia, .
To groan or not to groan, ' 1
That ia the questioB.
Whether 'tis wiser to endure tbe aala :
Of Indigwtion, -Or
to take arms against . .
On-'s Inward troubles.
Or end tlnm, as tha sea
liiowna iu own bubble. .
T-e tvouand natural shorka.
That II -ah 1. heir to,
Panga of all sorts and kinds
That raok and tear, toe, -Tbete
we can ahuffl. eff,
Like broken feller., . '
If we bat take In time
Horra a"a Bitt .as.
Devoutly do we wi.h
Such eonaumntatloa I
Then let ns seek at once
Tod is I to sleep I bo more;
But why or wherefore?
Is not long life, with health, ' c '
A thing to aa for f
Let us forestall, prevent
Hosts eb's Bmsss giva
Strength, kmltk oad vigor
Personal.-If Mtae L. A. W., Drrsa-m.kar. Is
in th. city, she will Snd a letter at this omos froi
aa old friend she corresp ;ttded with two years ago.
and will oblige by sending bar ad-mes to this afflee
within eight dais, to itarhen. myi;
A Rem wlr for tbo PI lea.-It ia a blessing.
to thasiiRe'tng to know teat we bare an affeotaal
enre for thia truly tronbletome disease- Mr. J. r.
B.zarde, of IG4 Second street, C'nclnaati, O H,
lakisgr at pe.nr. in Informing al who are sol-
feriog with pilot, that he used a small aaantlty of
IM trickland t Pile Brmedy, atd it eneoted a par
manet core This arerns to b the caaa with all
bo icake use of this splendid preparation. It m
me--nfe'tnred at Ho laat Fourth .tr at, Cincin
nati, Obi , and sold by all Urngglats.. .
Benton A Cutham, Olav.land, U. m8:R6
L B. H1LE, Banker,
. B. (.UTER'XEIT LOaJ lfiilT,
III Mnperior 8)8.
Bnaoriptlona reoeived to the
"T 3-10 wb Cent, and 10-40" Natiohal
rrioKmiMion allowed to Subaorlbers.l
sard. a. Botds of tosi, 6-Si's. llMo's, Treasury
K.tu -. .1 .11 nthAr iH.rnrrt m.-itl reourltlee nnr
.i.i and lor .al. on tbe moat fe.orabi tvrma.
Quid, bilver, uoupn. and u.nela money nougm
m .t K .t r.t.-& Deceit, received and txjl-
ottonn made at all eeoeeaib a pjlnu. uanrnai
fond, eun.orted at loweat rataa. Revaaua Rtami
tor aal.. . ot
C. A. KEAD & CO.,
9 8CPEB10B ST.. 0 EYE LAND, OHIO,
.0'u9, SILT tit, 10UPOJ8, iiciAnez,
CM1C 1N0 UHCISRRENT aONET.
Bay and aall all dasenptioas ef
aAr7 !-lt Not txnTBi tfd Into SlieA of 1881,
tnhvcrtntfouB reoelTed for T-SO And 10-40 BondA.
We bAy biiftirsi prstnliim fur nil H-s.ia fandB.
IrnrnrnDt inoi.eT wken At lowttst rAte of dlsooABt.
sstTVVeA'so buy snfl sil on Oootniis.ion All stlndB
orHiocKaAno Bouos 8Vt tne . i.otooA sicDnf(
All or'rs by siAll ur express promptly nut A-
Kdaws.ort' Itwuttp4i lor wtl
OADJtmf OF M.USIO.
PBIUE8 OF ADMlSMOB.
Drea. Otrcle and Parouatte 60 oanta; baoarad neak
to Dreae Utrola. 76 ccnu: Family Olrole, 60 ceota,
Oallery. ali oenu; Private Boxes, Ad and 1.
H i.). Brat in frlrata Botes. SI.
Star Colored person, will, nnd r no cireumstaa
oe., be parmi ted lo occupy erst In any oth r por
tion of Hie bona., aav. me baiiery. AomiaeiOB sou.
iioots open at 7. Uurtain tlaea at a,
ANOTHRR NEW N VEL1Y.
GBEltaMreKNHATIOS OF TbK DAT.
Thlft ('ftn .'ar)--ein. May 84 lftao, will
present d, fi.r the first tliee in this city, the la-
teniely rer..t1nn.l 1 tat, enlltlMl
TrtK BrREKTs OK MSW YCKK
Alida Bloodiruod M'me Maihus Scbellar
Tom Badger Mr. I. baa. Pope
loconotnde with th.
I WO BUZZARDS.
KAINaKDS HALL, Clevilamd.
FOR MX NIOHTt LON 1ER.
oommenulng muntai, msy aa.
Will sive bwaj nolld silver bant loir csseWB'rns,
(tBl"e u b$ri')b side) a lrg- BBtcber of 3old
ADd tfller niticios. tirAad Mtla o Vfb'bb df
ADd tords. stterno -ns At v . in. bti-i t
Official Public Notice
LAND SCRIP FOB SALE.
ColumbubS- Mat Itit, 14WS,
TN ACCOEDANCK WITH THU
JL pro'ialonv of no ct of thGeorl sinhl y
tLt t-iteof OlIo. p ssw.1 Apr'l IS. 1866. he nod r-
fipnd ' t.te oO'coe wil1 recBtve propoMsts an il th
9 nt dAT of Aaat neit far toe pBrohnso ot th
tsnd rronp ntueiTHi irnss in united ftsios tor in
tstsb iflbmnat cf An Ae 'caltorsl ' ol es. or (Jul
I"sib. in th ttste of Ohlti. Tli Sstip comprlaos
r IJUO vMOf lADd.
No pnFtv-tr.it will bi MOtTflJ for ft tltSB
bnnrnd Aud sxty sxrtjs.
If mire on'fbieut, proposal mny b Bjai
tbe Aalit r Attd Tr asnir or a- y Ouoaty, wmo LU
trAnamli tb , amine to ths nadt-r if;ad
JA-i a ;tMrM.F.
A oil tor. ff 't.
TrB-ir of tAtA.
WM HEN KT HMIfB,
myl- 1t7 Hdre.tnr of 8'Ato.
DlSTAICT 'r CCTAftOQA
CLCTKU.BB, If Ay lit, 1066.
V0T1CK 13 HKRBBY GIVEN that
sAld pr'.poAsls, Aroottpubtd ry p ooot tatr
litj AorordinK .olotna to befurDifthrd on AppltcA
tiou nt Ihis otow, will be r-c leO ibereavt, BniU tt
u'olock B-erlfui, on tlie flmt Tutted y in Jsne at-xt,
or the supply oi Ute M a las UopitAi( At this city,
with the at nd! of rrimaiou", m.-diciDO, ata.. ea
nrrmtMl In sld forms The quantities stated ata
est msttrs wtili r-feifBos to tbe nsnal bQBbr ot
ptieuts in the HoTil, but the Dnited Btates rs
rre the right to tka ao or less of tno AniclA,
Accotding they biav be ActnaJly reuired.
If Ue art clua delivered At be Hos t aI Ar not.
In tbe Judgment of to pbyaiclsa. of tbe bast qual
ity and vti p.ed to the HuapatAl. wi.l t at liber
tv to r-J et tba ssmA, to passhsae other Articles in
their t ad, and to higr tb cootrActtr wltk any
axe si in out rv r lb cod t rate t pri at.
Tbo l!nit-d states rtrterwe thvtij'bt to Accept tbe
pmitosal for the wtiolj or Any portit i of tbo artl
cles-ptHTind JHSt O. GRAKlfl.
m ystt7 'tHtr i 'o lectar.
JKW LOT OF GARNET (J()OD-
Juit receind at OOWLKt A X
nmS 1ST Weddelt Honas.
C1UTLHRY AN1J I'LATUB ABB
J at nxteoM prmea, at OOWLIU A OO. 8,
T ADIE3 SEA SIDE HATS
lot receited this dy b
l ft M!"iEr.7'T SONS
RYE FLOUB I BYB FLOUBI Pox
taint 1 kM to suit, at Warehouse of
DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
' MOBSlria LEADER OFFI0B, 1
lrjauAV Bvaaiae, May s, loS.
Go d ia B.w Fork was arm r tJ-day, and ad-
aaoad, the price tloting at the alt-moon Boai d al
131. Ia view or the recent larga sh'pmenas
amouorisg laat weak to over three milHoa dollars,
for whkh there at no replenishing movement, this
act at all aarprislng, tha w ndar being that it
has zot sooner oc.urred, whi-h donbtleat would
hava beta th. caaa bat for tha anticipated favora
ble aewa from Furt pa. Tha legtiia ate demaad for
cote eaa bow and beoceforward a'one causa a rise
la the premium ; bnl It Is easy ts sea that If tha
ezport of specie to Faropa continues long at tha
present rate, that It mast compel aa advance by
making fo'd seams ta the open market, as well aa
dlmlniahinf the supply npoa which we h.ve .e n ly
r the saaani of reaumlis specie payment nt some
future day. A result of the advance In gjld waa
tba subtlitnttoo o'a Armor and steadier feeling In
nterdal errclteto' the dot-ree. d aod aneettled
oondilloa that has ca at eriaed the marre s for
Boaae Urn past. A be.tjr le.ll g alas pervaded the
isae'al stock market, though arltkou eeotlag
Bar. rial ehang.. Oovernmeata are held pret.y
Italy, without derided chaaga, atd raiiag rather
quiet, j- '
The local money market t--ay was quiet, an
w have as cue. aa to Bote I am yeatatds. Ex
change Is e'oo and wealed at par Laying ; selling
Taamovtm-ntaof Sevan thirties hare ar. still oa
Very small scale, and tne.grgat for tb. whole
OLOe'ry Is aot satisfactory. It la to be hoped that
Mr. MeCulloch. rf heahall l.d hi. 'option" In the
wiy e'saih support toward tba aaw erie of that
boas as Is Boadtd. will Bat allow It to eoatieae a
bavrt- r a tar sack oo.vtoiton. from any la's, pride
la ackaowladlna th. error ...
N. Y. Money Market—May 23.
Bmvw F.aav at s St et. '
NtertlauT Aau-mamtret-rirar at 10S".i a 110 for
waiu- pemng at loi-a. vaueieg to j.;m.
aaa cioetng at ut
New York Stock Market—May 23.
Ueeearwawnmt WtaeB a-Qnlet and fltm. TJ
8. Sloe Fite-tw.ut.e. roup-me. .asrvi
sue, 104, 7-s r aanry -ut a, Aral a rlor, wi;
ti a. eartncaiea vjh
tttewsva) Btroeg. hto A Mtsafasipri vwtiflcatee
sot Pitiaborfrh Hi N. v. Oa rai trie ir;a;
Hudson HMdin 03 Fort w.yne Bit; mwui-
n. Brut hem 6i. Il loo'. Centr.l senp 116;
Chicago Morthw..iara frrvarrl Tote.
do .i it ea isuwa
National Bank of Cleveland.
ARB tie, Aaaar ev tab Carres btatss.
Speelal Agent fur the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Tin Dec cant. Legal Teodar Notaa noatTad tm
payment of saom wUb Aa-crned Interest.
AH tSOWnpalO'iSOf OOTWlltWtit uriiiia dwkui
d mia At rai rat "
MORNING LRADBK OFnoB, I
1 oiMbAV Bvtaine. May 23, 18SA. J
bee)ipts The raaelptt of Qrein by rail during
th 48 hoars ending at aaa o'clook to-day were at
Wheat Oera Oata By. Barley
bna, bua. baa. bua. bt
a o. a a p ,, w too ww
0. A T 4UUU . ll
. Total 6S50 SoO InjO
There a aaa little more movement lo the niarke't
to-day, bat aot snffldeut to re iters it frora ihe
charge of dullness The firmer feeling reported
tha H.w Totk markala this afternoon for Four
aad Grata rafla acd a stronger f alios; h re atd
we Bote aa advenee oa Wueat and O.ts, torn cloa-
log firmer, but a min.Dy uncharged lu PiorL
.Ion. we ante a so is ef tl.O on Pork, lo r n
Laid, end loon should, re; char kiaseaa hangeol.
Wa Bote bo thaog. la Picdc ;e, atd oalyavary
Btodar.te buaiat s. doing.
Fr-iR B tm T h. tn(.owlng are th, rataa by Lake
(ateam) and ll from thia fmi to New York and
Bjetoe. All Kail ratee are Are een t high r.
Ta New York First elasa: l,7; rteooad class:
tl,4; Third elaet: S2o ; Fourth class: 60a. Floor,
$1.00 ; Wool, Sl.T.
To Boat B- First class: tla ; BeooBd o'aaa!
II, ; Third elaat: sao; Fourth onus: 66c Flour,
ll.U. Wool .SO.
flaimr Mark t continues quiet, Transactions
are ualy la a small w.y at tJ, Ust7,6U lull red.
aad f 8,00a)'.6u for XX white ih ouullengn tm
for very choic brand..
Wheats Better. Bales S care Ko 1 Tol.dorrd
from store at I t,t ; 1 car Ko. t red from store at
fi,l ; ears Ro. i lion store al 11 SO.
tern jtegt-cted. tale 1 ear ahslled from store
Oat Better. Sales this morning t care from
store at 46c ; this afternoon t care from store at
axy Ho sales rent rted snd market nominal.
Barley Inactive and nominal.
Farm Lower. Salaa 16 bbla eity mats at 126 ( 0.
Iu-d Lower. Ba rs at 11jtUo for elty-ren-
dere la tlerera aaa ka.
Mnawked atestls) Fair demaad and steady for
city eared meals at the following price: Bugar.
cared hams Lie for eanvaased and tio lor ancaa
rssmrt ; plata hams Sue ; bacoa t c ; aboajdera ltic;
dried beef Wc torcaaraaatd aod 18 for ancanvasved,
Bales I'M B)f drli beef at quotations. Also laOO
fte coustry hauis at )9e.
e. Hwef-Sieady at 118,00 tor city puked.
Batter D mand moderate, balei 11 k gs
aad t tabs choice yell aw Westers Reserve at 2Se.
Ia moderate request nt HOc.
sBew Hew Cheese selling at a range ef 14
017a, Market quiet.
Slbwtmem-Dnll and heavy Heid at f 2,0(1,
Alookol Market quiet and steady. He's at
(4,(0(04,04 for SS per aeat. Beutnl Proof apirim
fS l'(gi,20. Cologne Spirits, 8 par cent, H,15.
Pats m Mi Tba aurket quiet and ateady
at TP)71c for refined.
geema Unlet Timothy held at Il.S'flSO.
Olovsr held at tl6,0UL
Dried Apple Sales 10 bbls at 8,c, and pay
flalar In fair demand at (e t y the ear lor
Itk4 Ftah In gotd request snd stedy. Wales
6! half bbla Ho. 1 Wbtiolish at f 1,76; 81 half bbls
So. I Picktrel aitsuui xu half bbla lio s do at
$7,75; 29 half bbls Herri jg at (6,110; V hall Lbls
No. I Troat $7,76 ; 10 hall bbla .had 17.00
Atatla btaady. Fine IE, 10. Ooaraa and Ground
Mapav-rirm. Hew Tnrk Stats USOc, aeoord.
lag to quality ; Ohio Vx&Mx.
af stla eleady. Bari.y Malt held at ll,TO p
AIM stasat BHawaair Bark.t staadv. 1
a tallow, t Preaent n.. XX Ale 10j Mtoek XXI
IU.C0; Keanatt ),(: Pala Oraam 111: Portir
ai Bait and quarter barrels tn proportion.
Wwaes I tarns 'ni-i; StO bbla Akroaefferad
t'lstasnr. "Trr-nV hvad plastsr tit 6U ae
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The tollowtag are tba rata, nharged by at :
Rsau-enursr-oared prMBTam hams . tt a
CatmwaaasKl Bams 3 sa
urtMt tfof w a- le e
Msioaildera aimr-mrd 17 .
Bateoia Or Smoked sides 1 t
aar3 Prbas laafkettlnd'd la bbkjor tree 19 c
Prtrae leaf kattle-radr'S la krs w 1 .. 0
rrk Bo. 1 ateaa f 6i
Bztra eiear W kki s. V
awv Mo extra oaarge made for peckegee or oart
age to railroad depots oe boala. All article, art
warrantoa atrletly prisae, and M3al to anythia is
tha btata. Oraara promptly filled.
Uurjx a PRBniie.-i.
a--B . Boa. IS. 144 aad It" Ontario ltr-4.
BUFFALO MARKET—May 23
Wueett K:rjr, with mederate demand Ko. 1
Chioag- spring held at !-. No. I MHw.uee
a ring II Meal 3A; amber Michigan l r, white
do II 86; white Keetacky 11 10; winter r.d tl 46
Crm Firm at 65afl0c, as to quality and ocn
4lmla Firm, but clooin. Iras sctive. Rales after
Chn at B e to arrive; clcaing easier af ar slew
lork af rraoo report.
V. klaby e.red at II 94.1 96: $1 9rt 91 bid
tanal P'rvlRlila To hew Yora, wheat 14c;
eora lao, oata TV' ' T Altany, wbea H,.lv.
a-alte Itmpurta Kloor ,... I, w laat .4,110,
ba. eorn 617o oais ,irl. barley 14
rstl a b porta M' Or-,1 0 bU; wteat 11,-2-J
ba, eora U-0, oau ls,lou. ,
CHICAGO MARKET—May 23.
Flasir Firm and qatr t.
wBemt Firm at SI ia for Uo.il tl 10a! 12),
lor Bo. a.
Canrat Firm at STaATe for No. 1; 47a47Xo for
Eo. i -laiHMe lor rejected.
ttauui riim at 4i?4c for Ho 1.
lalirnwlmem begleoied. Bales at 1
rev-siva l alt. Mras Pork t-i 00; prim
meae tl' On.
RUtnrlpta-Floor. 1O.5T0 bbla; wheat, 31,000 ba
eorn. 49.MO; oats. El IOi.
Maipase:n-t-6.6(ic bbls lour; 81,000 ba wheat;
S,0UO corn, ss.ouu a-ta
OSWEGO MARKET—May 23.
flssr , Xa good deal aad. Bales at IT 00 for
no. t rpri t' nu of im wter, 9d zo lor
white; S 00 for XX
V Reat In god auilisg demaad. Markst aa.
ona-Dull. Waatern 7Cc. ,...
Other graiaa qaiet,
Iake I an ports TJnimsorttnt.
MMpogejaia-f , 718 dbls floor, 6,SC0 ha
NEW YORK MARKET—May 23.
Cotf om Doll And lower. Sales at 66c for .-
rKtnTnon active Ana ivaw itrer oa com 1
mom KAdta. -
BAiaSAt 96 .sjG 45 tbrntrn atst; 6 9V7 IS .
m. ex. r-jaj' o ttcoo Ob1..: S7 t ta3 X for trtvdo '
BT-md-. BrnrkH o'CBintt flrnia witb so'Iora At tn
aide iQo'atiuBrw. j
WblaWj-ijcTj no a lower SaI-s nt Si 95 for
brut Qriet aod aWde flrmer. Pala No 1
ilwwitr Ki3ili 7. Ou bn pr ma winter red ni
91 tW, nod S OiO ba AtnbFr At $L 7j.
Atysr Untl and tomtn1.
Mri5r fccAr and rjcmtna.1.
Cora ttoarre enf H aSe bt (.--. Ba a nt erw; for -
yellow New OslvAus T' for white do, 7'(ai "bo for
r ew itiixeJ wettrs; 7($biK fur hittA ax.d djt slid
8u-o9 c for ws tin yu as in qaA'hy.
vats) ' prnt-d ' Ma 'C bwxtc-r. ana ilofrd dali And
lAwer. SaIcb At &s4tlc, o os cg very nntUld
CHI I Q o 1. 1 At W& J.'0. ,
Noc-r ViruAtlSo for P rto Bteo and 1SM
WwwiwaMCti QnUt And AleAdy. Porto lie C5
tf) rA) -
trwlrana - F.m. 4alvs At 65t5!? for rt
flxed In b n i; tt'ioi for dt f .
rrlt--Lijwer snd no'l Actr e.
Ha ea At t x 77 ct tor tj-w irieM, cIriBK At
$ 7ft rrfTA'Ar w: $J 6o(al o or is-3-t do
catah ab reatAr way, ol s uf at bt e-vA; i
T i4l UO tor pnaa . tit w &n bo for p. line bs-s
A'so 1 1 bbla prima bw a, for Jnn, a lere
opt on, nt $16 to, and b,7 obi frewpiea. for atshy,
Jub' end tfn'ya aott-r a And buyer a opt. on. At
lata 'Ai T
A-MaI Steady at prrTicvs prlcr.
tat Hesht--) a I. 4sea at 13cAlle for
sbooWarB; i44erjl.-c f r bam.
Iljtt-iw fnlt. fe-nl a Cn bA'lnad cot At V.-0,
r Fir mar. Saios vt lias be.
Re.ttr la and BBchaotl.
,mmomm w-ait-t at hhw tc.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK, May 23, 1865.
Tba cmtrratit pricea for tba waek At All tn sBvavr
stta-er iMtt-.lt qnality, 917 IVIS 0; ffir
good qoAlity $t ittf'7 CO, com won qaality
913 iFJftAlfr ur, infertssr quaitty l- Uxiiia uu.
. Stnei lAIVfa latquaUltj s- 3 !(( v r.
onliURaxy $tu Otf-7f r, eomuiuu qttasllty oO (ArS
H inferior (antality fiu i-fooO v.
vrau t Aiej-ut quaitty, r, I'Vitiio; ordt-
nmry qtmlity i(slo; curuiuon qnAiity a$i utttwr
chpss BSIU liAMM-wIItTM. p9T BdAd, ? UU
At UI-. ir eitiahiUv 17 iViiLB UU: ordinmrr anavlitV
AH 60,u7 M; bmma qOAlity $5 oifaA Mj, iidenur -qnavtrty
9t turtsa uu.
ADd mediniB iji nw still-fed -Jl il Wo.
Tbn Baa sVrt or beuf (Utt e r,u alaed qtit anfjT"
sttntsiy ts-ia w.tk, ttHteafte. d b- in I stir. K-ep a
were only aod rale adreArly tat: tne cattle sold
w tbttt tu rAOfr af lo to .tile The i x Tame fAuxa
wsa from m 10 lHc Aud he tTtir pre ws
aJxtTt lao. The) cattie voia mostl t ir U aoxl,
nn ta aNatb r t ti it the AaKsaea and
prerea'rd ny tvtiTity in prices.
steoeipca of I stock at tne yards for tniAwesK
and lAatt w- ak w( a aa fottowi :
-eewa ,76; cotw, ltvS, Tea I enlTea 1.35a; skeeB
and latin be, M, -6; awiae 1 .tV
tArt W'SA Bepw., 4. 7- oowa 113: ta1 esvlTea.
abeep and IBib. a V; wiivt 'J,hK
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
"tmr Morutne star, Vier, TVtroit.
Prep I.e. lty, eweet. O .tou-r'-B
Hoer Kltao White, Iliip et, B.y Citv. 14' m lumber
cbr W - Wooaw.r , .Nl-r l, I, BorT:tlo
echr Mibnry. Woo'rnlt -irtnaw. ilts lumber
show Hona. I'arr-a, keltey'a I. 'atd
bcow Me and I uoy, lcited, Pott Huron, 50 m
lumh r, mm m la'b
8cow Gianvtll., G.nauliy, PondVaa
81 mr Mora ng Ktar, VI -er, Cetrcit.
Pr- v t'antic. rrU tianlo
Pr ,a l b'ga- -i--wii. iluokirk
Be rAbcM.ry B lu B..r. 1
THhr JuerphirM, M. Br d -, at.n!ey .
!HluW Maa, Cnriati. a iU-'. la a d
. I. FARMER, J. V PAICT-K, AB FAR1IIR,
li.l taslt 41 sa . Detlllfka
r at mil w.v i tiiuiui ,
lo. 1 15 Superior ht (levelaid, (hlo,
roa raa sa-e or tub
is m w
Dealers ia Gold, Rtlver. Coupon., exchange, Oana.
aa an i.-cnrrent Jiotey.
Buy and sell a I d . nti.n. of UuVEEr MEHT
JRlrJ OS S'tiLlXB A3 lSKliXf.
PflRhprl in rpnlrl
, k w a . a r,
ON LIB-BAu T-RMS.
loxrs o ti ETEcmo rxxz
Will aroniDtlr aud neruiitnt-nur care an carf. of
ee-rniaUirrh.jea, eniiu I UHkoeas, or InTolni.tary
pu; uf lrui R-irsot-sg, uvarici ui ki tuetiij l-ii-.I
huvvuvtir AurAV-btLd in chrrcttr, wlul- tht'y will
rardilr corrtct- thotw tcrnttlji tuorbid oondttloaa
wlucb spruic from us printnr di-msas, or iro ae
TH K til'KCirKT PILL tt euuslly apvNfAbte W tne
treatment of every kiud of Ot-niud or I nnary I rnta
toD, impiiOncr or lucApen ity. Iit-tr-4i, Lime or
Brick-Do nt" tiU in tli Untie. M.Ik- Ilia
cfaATRfA, InOAmmAtioe -or ! ol the k-dusys.
tc. tUit-reyuitu, Lawyt-ra, stuafn-a, sna -til ao
(ol-ow se-ft4)t-trY 042cap-kthrLMa. or wbaM Urnin aod
Ekt.rrons Syitrto are uv-rworkfd, tan fH-culiiariy linm
ble to wstkat-eses of tbe Gv-u ilo-l hour) t'ruaaa.-
XlieM aboula not sail to liiie 1Mb SPitcir.t. i ill.
H;noii MjQIicted with aiir utt or inure ot the U
dllaordera, are sore to be severAl, And fometunst
0rAnvd PI ?-) tio u ; I or Appetite; Lorn ot
IHeah; ioitipttt-d Bowfli; i'mul aud Ns.rvt.ua, or
Urtsavv Hi, with loattal drvvuhs; TrtiahU-d BTt&t h
lDt ; I siiurr ol VulCd; IrreKiitiar Actiou ot tit, bcttrt;
PuritQiuuH KmptU'CB oil the btcf ,i o--k ; Head
ache; A flction of tho Kr" , ot Minrry: Sod.
dtn naantje ol lvt and Uliianinmi; Uvtttsrtu wttit
nem snd lndoltuy) Avrraion to Shifty; lifiaxtHt
llt-tarlitinr- nr Iriiiiintathiwl Si, of tlae wMiitl nrtati:
InvoluntAry Daily or iSibllj Eiiittiiii ; Vrugaeol
Desire to Pkb W'atr, with peeaUAl Attattdinc sao
satlonBi MotAttcbti-lf , tc
Paof-tWional inmtm. "1 haw pitwl yoor flst?
adbc Puts ib oiany cx of tipmBatorriit-a, aad witb
tne must perit-ct anctam. . i tiuon eaouen, au
D.. LL. V., Brooklyu.
'lt Is as aemr a arjtcttio as any mttclne an t.e-
I have curt! tpt? severe cwta with rum biz to t?B
down." M. Kettb. H. i.. fcl. b pertury ol Medsoai
lionc, N. V.
"1 kut;w of no rfmmly in tbe wbole MAterla Vedl
OA e-jaal to your ip-1 ii;c Till iu rH'Uinal gr LnnrT
WoaADtWjsj.' Ati.-'il' H-hr. M Frof. o Oriaa
te Cbf mil try and Wiyiul.ry, M. V.
rB.-trW)iAL tviKin-. air. wincnater tt woruij
of all con
LL. I I
nil cotiDdrn4, i'l d:Tftfs h!ariwii iithnaiie,t1cAl-
Drimravtiriw. v. Jiert-utn i-wese, m. Um
ttnericn 1 r-nicail Gta-tte. N. V.
'l have a acraoua) km-wli-'lin ol Mr. Winchtwter'fl
hem eat 7 aud intuKhty ; and 1 can asanr- the pro lee
ob Aud the puUtc that his pretanaUuns cau be ra
Ued ea. ' Jaa. &. tjbl.ton, fct. CMna- H. f . ,
THK SPECl-flC FILL
not a HomeopA'hic rr-v.ecy, nor does It oontala
roury, iron, C-ui-b-tridts, or aut iniarions -iigra-
Prlce f 1 aerbitr: tx br tt whu ortlprrd At
or V. lv tit bf Mail. 8old W m.tet.l and
tbe K.it-H-HfAl iPOt iB tbe t Uil-i AtUUAA. f
Jnn!9-BV-w 4 .In tin Mlratst. N. T.
" Tbey imint'diatfcly increnaa tha atrenirtb And deed
en the color of the pale blos.d. They snbdno tbe
Chills and VeTer, and diminish the Czptcuirntfoa.
Tbey eliecfe tba nierbt swenta- Alwaye, ia iromstrraB.
to eiKbt days. The Appetite is at ouce ini)(orAt3d,
And the patient rapidly (rains flsh; the congh And
tbe difficult breathing Are ap-dily relieved, the
stoop beootnes calm aud rufr-ahitr; the TevcnattoaB
reifalAr And nuifcrw. ALL TUJ (ife-NtHAl.
SYMPTOMM lilfrAFFRAK WITH A KAPlDlTT
TUAX riiAil8 aiAEV-wLGLtl. J. T. CLurchill,
b aa Approprirte a Ad epethno remedy for erarj tUe
tast rhArat)txriB"d by tbe fuhowins;
DifBcnlt, Imperfect or loo rapid breath. rg, eole,
aom of the extremities, mi;br or momlu chilia;
beetle; wasting ot Bt-th; eulartTHrnent of the ((lands,
or swellings; concha, kws of ftreotrtb; twitcbtng of
tha aerrtas or mnaclea, Bhootinc pains throogb tbe
anonldere. cbtet, iaea or Umba tartial or or total
bias of tbe use of tho liwbe, bt4Midntt; giddiness,
AAceaaive paleneaa, nitfht nw-ata; lose of appetita.
beartbnru, opprbsioo of the tttornavn niter, or sink
Ing of the stumarh before AAtint, wtk or sour
stomach, irrt-gnlAritite of the bowels, an i tow com
plexion, deraamtjnta of tbe liver or kidneys, re
tarded growth, or delayed detention in children;
extrema aansitironesa to cold, ska., aa in tha several
stages of oonsnmpuon. In catarrh, ast-una, bron
oh it is, dyspepsia, scrofnfA, Neuralgia, paralytiA,
partial or com pie te, Jtc., and bhpeclailt Ib Veaaie
disorders or Utrine liretrnlArities, such as uifficolt.
painful, mppreaaed, scanty, eACwanrA, duUed, plea
aa,tua or too freqneat menstrua Lion.
are tbe baa. remrxiy known to OMKticai sctecoa 1 a
every caaa where the physician commonly prs
scrbes idica," iron, wbAkj. cod-UTex oil, qpU
Bin-, stc. , . .
WlDfht4-fs Gcnalnc PreDtin-tloa
of the HyTphoiTrbitaj tathe only rettAbie form
this remedy, Aad la Approved by the Medical Pr
feeeion Ksaerally. Lie no other, nor any remed
eontaining iron. -
Pbio-w Ia 7 oa boHira, fl w Botttee for &.
In lAoa bottiea, tQaTbrao tor 6. Circttiara frea.
fold by ali iepe4aa taiQruaa. and mt Ue
Ceaeral depot Ln toe t'nitod Mavs, by
kwl7-w-wi JoUa Sen 9, Ti
ct Promptly and Cortai-ly
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