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DAILY LEADER The Virginia Election.
a. The rwult of the reoeniWMo
tnjitfa to the G nenl Assembly, of. Yirgi-'
-,a, ao far as known, it strongly is fror of
4brmsr disanionista. Hen who has Rata
-eJ feme and position in the )! eerrioe,
Bnli ' sole 'y because of the r le11ion, are
"elected over thelieids of Union men. ' Not
"only tails but when the ftimoe it made be
tween two men, bottj of wnbm hare been
connected with the rebellion, it falls upon
-him who has gone farthest and done most
-against . the .. Government. Things cmld
-hardly hve be an worse under the regime
of Davis, Lae and Extra Billy Smith,
It is obvious that if this result is per-
milted ia the reconstruction of the other
-rebel ttt Bd, unleet steps are takea to
-prevent it, it will be Inevitable everywhere
ih the Boath the restoration of p 'see and
g n4 order will be indefinitely postponed,
and instead thereof We shall have anarchy,
ij'i'irrels between Federal and State au
thorities and between governors and gen'
erals, emancipation retarded, Unionism
dicouraged,euemlla warfare winked at and
protectei by legislation, freek treason plot-
iled and freth rebellion breaking out. at can
-easily be seen that no legislature composed
cf men who have been personally engaged
in active rebellion would give hearty oo--operation
to the plans of President Johnson
to maintain the Union, to the emancipatioa
"of the slaves, or the restoration of Peace.
K r wouH such men as these be apt to do
even scant justice to the true Union men
of '.heir own Sales, with whom for four
years they have been swam enumies, en
gage! in the bitterest and deadliest strife.
Imagine for one moment how Xiham Q.
Harris would treat Parson Browclow, and
how safe it would be to leave the interests
cf Tennessee Unionists to the proleotloa
ot the men who plunged that State, against
ier will, into - secession t ' Looked at
in any light, lo entrust the government of
the seceded States to former rebels is to
forever - annihilate Union sentiment svrd
UgMation. Whatever else happens, Hhat
must not be done. , ,d ,
,- How thall we prevent this 7 ALoeeaei
ly, most obviously and most surely, by ne
gro suflrsge. By putting the ballot in the
hands of the blacks of the South we not
-only do justice to them, but weadd another
sf -guard to the Union. We neutralise
the effects of rebel votes by' admitting the
lilaok man's ballot. In, perhaps, ! every
aecded State, though a majority ol . the
poor whites are at heart Unionists, or
would be under favorable circumstances,
the Influence and wealth of the rebsls
-would carry an election, unless the freed
mea are allowed to vote. Give them the
ballot, aid the insolent rebel it check
muted. Two to one he would not fo near
the polls. His lofty soul would revolt at the
idea of bein jostled by a negro, and cast
Itig his ballot into a box which held the
votes of biack men cheek by jowl with
those of whites. Even if he voted, he
wuli find that the ballot ol his former
ilave balanced his own. The black and
whi-e Unionists united could cvTy every
Stale in the South even South Carolina,
-for there the slaves outnumber the whites.
This, then, is the lesson which the na
tion should learn in the Virginia election
a lesson which we have yet fully to com
prehend b it which must be accep'ed- be
fore national security is restored: The
BLACK MAHS BALLOT 1H OKI. SAFB
GTJAKD OF UKJON. ' ' ... ... ,
A report has been current, and we have
editorially referred to it, to the effect that
Geocr&l Sherman had refused to obey the
summons of the Committee on. the Con
duct of the War to appear before them.
We learn, on , the authoiity of a member
of that Committee, that this it a mistake.
General Sherman appeared cheerfully and
promptly before the Committee, and gave
bis evidence with willingness and courtesy.
"We desire to do no injustice to General
"Sherman, and are glad to learu that this
is as we have stated. '' ;..-.-.
Putting Irons on Jeff. Davis.
A disiia'-ch to the Philadelphia Svenr
ing Telegraph gives the following a
count of the ironing of Jeff, Davis.
It U somewhat interesting, bat highly im
"probtble, and we print it not becanse we
Bbliive it, but "to show the nature of the
insation' reports which Philadelphia pa
pers serve up daily to the inhabitants of
,tUa Quaker City: . 7..u
BALTIMORE, May 25.
1 A gentleman who lives at O.d Point, who
ltfi there yeeterday evening, informs me
tbat Jeff. Davi tne arch-traitor, ia abso
lutely now in irons. Manacles are attach--ed
to both his ankles, being united by a
-strong iron chain some three or four, lent
, long ; joined to this, midway, it also anoth.
. er cbain. j -
The mocess, or operation of putting irons
on the prisoner, was highly exciting, as re
lated by tttoso wno penormea tbe last.
Two fuardt, well armed, were in the cell.
- it is'their duty, and that of those reliev--ing
them, to guard him thus - constantly
day and night.
At a given hour . the blacksmith and bis
assistant, orient to orders, entered the
great "Cotton King's" apartment. They
.bad with thea the manacles.. It was an
nounced to the ex-President of the caved- in
Southern Confederacy that they had come
to put irons up'in him. He looked at ttese
e tern sons of Vulcan with all the sternness
of his nature and once proud-bearing and
unflinching eye, telling them it conid not
be that they were going to treat a fallen
foa thus, tnat he would not i a omit to it,!
&c." He asked to eee the commander of
the fort, asserting that there must be tome
" mistake in the matter. He wanted to know
whre the orders came from. ..
The commandant could not be seen', but:
' cpon being told the orden were direct
"from Washington and must be exe uted,;
'he still resisted, threatening sengeancej
1 upon the men il they attempted to perform'
their work. . - ' ..- j
Bather than submit to this he exclaimed,
'Tke my life!" "order the guard to shoot
vv etc. , . ' ; :
Additional guards were called, and, .the
" work was undertaken. '. 'i
"His Highness" struggled most obsti
nately, until finally it became necessary to
' lay him upon bis back on the floor of the
' cell, and hold him there, whilst the mana
cles were being .iveted to his ankles. After
concluding the work, owing to treat exer
tions in Teaittence1 the "mighty fallen" was
: a'inost exhausted.' Never, before was to
proud a spirit, to strofeg a wilj, so com-:
" pletely subdued, . . , . i
- Good subsi an tial soldier fare is given to
' Ihe p-itoner, jist as it is distributed to
- o.bera. ' As be has grown somewhat mis
anthropic, inaicmive, VJ a wrma uegrae,
: of desperation, it is thought best, in order
that justice msy not be cbeaw d by suicide,
Xj keep all edged IojIs and destructive
. -weaooos out ol hit reach. Hence, a toli-'
tary silver ipoon, to. facilitate the eating
" of scup, is the only ornament of hit festive
board. Jlis bands are left tree of handcuffs
that be may the better tpoon up wten wavh-
' inz to tegaie upon this dish.i f !
BALTIMORE, May 26.
nr-hum ui soldiers were aiiemntiD to
manacle him he struck one of the men, aid
. endeavored to get a bayonet frcm the
guard, s it supposed with suicidal pur.
pose. He was finally tErown dcwn on roe
to both tttiefc '
Davit in confinement it reported at com-
tortaoie a c-ua epewxA pu us
CroBTU5tn0fal. ' ,
GRAND REVIEW IN WASHINGTON.
GRAND REVIEW IN WASHINGTON. Pennsylvania Central Railroad---Tremendous
of the Army of the
Potomac [Editorial correspond the Cleveland LEANER.]
WASHINGTON, May 23, 1856.
JrfVfpr oj'ajicceedBd ijnkihg direct
and reached, hate to-dy only three hours
behind tiqie, and;when we consider that
our train consisted of eighteen cart cram
med full of people, all going to tee the
" Great Review," the railroad company are
eccutable for not being prompt to time.
uute a .number of Cievelanders were
aouard,. consisting. oif J.-A. Harris and
lady, Messrs. H- Wottingham, Jerry Not
tingham,' Truscott, Ingham and Sturte-
Tant; also Hf-Hiraoe Steele and lady, and
Mr. George Paipe, of . Painesville. - The
journey was an extremely delightful onti
the sociability of ear party adding to its
pleasures.' At Pittsburgh I came near being
separated tcum tben by a crabDea rauxuao
man refusing meadotittaBcetothe " ladies'
carbon the ground .that I was not pro
vided with, that article of .luxury, a lady I
Fortunately, having lost try owe shawl on
a former journey, I had- borrowed one of
my better half,' which I happened to Lave
on fliy arm. '1 ' pointed triumphantly to
the cbawl,.' and hinted to Mr., Bailroad
Jttan that the ladies I was traveling with bad
gone' ;n, and that I must join them. The
shawl evidently confirmed my story, and I
wai -admitted. It can be imagined that
thit brilliani' stratefy justly1 gave me
feeling bordeiing on pride.
' The scenery on tie ' litie of the.Pennsyl-
vania Cential Bailroad has often been d
toribed, and its beauliet celebrated in prose,
poetry and speech. There is no route in
this country that poetesses mre grand
views than can be seen while crossing the
Alleghaniet, and none that c&n show finer
and mora cbaimiog lacdaoape than the
coot try between 'Hawfcbirrg and Peila-
delphia. , We would advise tbe t'.uriet who
desires to see nature in its wildest gran
deur; to take a trip over the Pennsylvania
Central. This road is considered among
the very best managed and equipped roads
in' the country, and a look at ttje well-built
station houses, ballasted track, and mag
niflcent bars' and engines will 'well attest
'"At Baltimore the ruth of pvsengers from
the Northern Central Depot to the Wash
ington Depot was terrific When we ar
rived they had just commenced making up
the train for Washington, and the first
half-dczn'cars were filled instantaneously
to overflowing. As fast, as a fresh car wat
added the tosh to fill it continued. Fortu
nately, we availed ourselves cf the railroad
experience of .JUnry, JSottingbam, who
"understood the ropes," and by putting our
selves under his escort, we succeeded in
getting inky an empty car, where we were
not crowded ia ths least.
.Arriving at Washington, we steered cf
course f jt Pennsylvania avenue, where we
Saw the "great review" in the shape of a
procession cf cur brave boys marching up
the avenue to the White Huuse. The
whole distance of the avenue, which is one
mile and a quarter long from -the Capitol
to the Treasury building, and ICO feet wide,
(thirty fdet wider- than Superior street),
was filled with a line cf infantry marching
in platoons of about twenty wide, present
ing the appearance of a huge macs pi mov
ing blusi humanity. Proceeding : to the
White House we' fiiind the street for
about one thousand: feet m front of that
mansion fenced In, and in the center was
erected a' pavillion on which were seated
the President and, his Cabinet, the Diplo
matic Corps, some twenty f our most dis
tlngulshed generals,' and any quantity cf
tne "beauty ana, .tasnun, , pi tne coun
try. The sight presented here was
grand beyond dasoription. On the
opposite side . stands were erected by the
different State Agents, decorated with ap
proprlate anI , alfocting inscriptions, in
which, which wei seated their respective
State delegations. On the canopy or par
villion were hung the names of tbe prin
cipal battltfields; among which were
"Vicksburg, SMioh, Bianoke, Donaldson,
Chattanooga, tfurfreetboro, b.wac&, Lxk-
Out Mounlain, '-Aatietam, Getttsbun;
Wilderness! .Spottsjlvania, Weldon, Bail
Boad, Five FuiksJi" jil uinler, and so on.
When I gszed at the famous Army of the
Potomac, as they marched by toe pavillion
and scanned their dusty and bronzed laces,
and then looked at the names cf the above
glorious fields inscribed on the stands, I
conid hardly ' real'zj that these' bravo
men, could ,,' possibly ' have' gone
through such scenes of carnage as they must
V We civilians who have apparently been
enjoying' the' blessings and comforts of
peace at home, safe from any danger, can
not, no mstt r what may be the power of
our imagination,1 -conce've what our boys
have passed through.', "We may read we
triay see pictures of battles, (which "of
course are all drawn from imagination)
and we may hear veterans fight their bat,
ties o'er again, bat we can never obtain
the remotest; id-a of the ppeaiance of a
raging battle except from actual observe.
lion. . There scarred warriort when their
thoughts wander .back to the time when
theirars were filled with the roar of ar.
tillery, the groans of the wounded, the
hoarse' voice of their ' officers, and when
hey marched overthe 'groundi paved with
the bodies of the fallen, they, and only
such as they! can have any idea of the re
ality of a battle. t . . J
,- The most .prominent features of the
army are the worn out and lorn appear,
ftnee of the regimental flags, which have
been borne through hundreds of fights,
and the decimated appearance of the regi
'ments.' "When these regiments first march
ed to the 'w&v they' generally averaged
from 1.000 to 1200 men each. '.Now they
only number from, 160 to 400.' ' What has
become of the rest will be the natural en
quiry ? .Many . ,hve .. fought . their
last fight and are sleeping their last aleep
a hundreds of battle- fieldsi-ptbera have
been discharged rrom hospitals disabled by
honorable wounds j others have died by
diseases contracted - in -camp; wind .' others
have been honorably discharged on ac
count of being disabled by diseese. Such
is the sad history of those musing from the
remnants ef the 220 regiments now march-'
iDgr-'i. '',;,..' ..'.r ..." ,"'!,-, ''
fri At bou o'clock p. M., tUe first day't
review was ever, and seme ; 10.000 men
-have marched by, occupying six hours, and
making a procession sixteen mwes Jong. To-
-morrow the Army of the Cumberland and '
-Georgia win marck ia review, and we will ;
then have an opportunity te see bow our ,
Western boys Will appearl J-: Kot' having '
witnessed the marching of the Army of the
P.tamae for more than' half an hour, my
description of ft it necessarily briet ' V.
1 'Ah attempt was made p the3evening of
tti el 8 Ch lLBtto, assassioita General Duval, ,
4t-!-il 'lliV-i Ifc C T7" r XT-'
was' fired on by some Yillaint wjuletraaking
hands with a lady. wViaa house he was just ;
caving, JJut . )hA ..ball -rnittmt Vmt - The
Booth and His Pane of Glass—The Mystery.
Explained—The McHenry House
Explained—The McHenry House Grounds----Action of Bankers—A Tirade
Against Baggage Masters.
MEADVILLE, May 22, 1865.
have been so many versions of the
inscription upon a pane of glass in the
HcHenry House, supposed to, havebejqJ
placed there by J. Wilkes Bjoth, pr onej
of the conspirators against the life of Presy
ident Lincoln, that you will allow the spauet
for 'the correction of some of Uia misstate-
nents. ' I first gave you the facte of the1
case, to fir as know as ton gago as A pril:
19;h,the day of the funeral at Washington.:
Shortly after that a telgraphiodisptch ap-;
pmred throughout the cintry, dated at
Pittabu'gh, stating positively that', the
words " Abraham Lincoln departed this
life Agust 13, 86i, by the ffjcni of p6t
son," , were scratched . upon tne glass, by
BooJi, upon a given date, and that he and
nis inenas occopiea me rwm ujwu wun.uj
Was the pane of glass referred to, upon
that and other occasions.
A few days ago a' correspondent of the
New York Tribune, writing from Oil Uty,
denied that Booth ever had any 'ton-interest"
whatever, and also denied the en
tire story about that paneot glass, saying
tbat no such inscription or pane of glass
existed. And' still later,' your regular
Mesdville correspondent repeates the story
of the inscription having been placed there
by Bjoth himself, making the statement as
thoueh it were an established fact. All of
these reports are wide of the facts, Which
are these: The inscription quoted above
was first noticed last fall at house-clean ins;
time,' in room No. 22. At the date had
gone by to which it referred, the matter of
the inscription (which had been scratched
upon the glass with a diamond) was hot
regarded with special interest. ' - When the
report came that Booth had assassinated
the President, and when, a few days later,
it was announced that a letter to the
sin has been found in which were the
words, ' Ton are at liberty to use the cup,
the knife or tbe bullet, but you know the
cup hoe been tried and failed," it Was at
once : suspected that the inscription had
been written before the date mentioned,
(Aug. 13. b, 18C4), by some one of the con
spirators, either at a prediction, or ia
drunken unguardednets of a murderous
plot. I wrote you to thit 'enact, stating
that while this was the supposed origin of
the inscription, nothing was known at to
when it was written, or by whom. . .
The pane of glass was taken from the
sash and framed as a curiosity, a tow
days go a gentleman, stopping at the Mo
Henry House, and seeing the glass, made a
statement whlcn, if true, clears up an mjs
tary reg-iroice it. You will remwnber that
on. the 13.ii or U'b of August cf last year,
a rt-D irt came over the wires that sm at
tempt had been made to poiioa the Presi
dent, and a rapurt came to Mead villa that
-i- . i - J v . -. ,1 d...
lue aiienipb iibu uwu-Bnwto:M.'i . "
gentleman etites that on that day he and
f.-iend occupied1 room No. 2J, and his
f.iend. after hearinz the re eon, scratched
the wort s upon tbe g'ass, supposing them
to be true. So much for this famous, pane
Mr. Taylor, the energetic land'ord at the
Mc Henry Home, has done and is doing a
great deal this season fir the improvement
ut tne aireaoy attractive garaeoa uu
grounds of the MeHenry- House. New
terraevs have been constructed, new plats
sodded and new hedges of cedar and arbor
nilar. started. In tbe midst cf the bril-'
.imt, flowery and handsome thrubf, the
fountain makes constant music fjr the fre
quenters cf this domestic park. , Wb a we
remember tbat two years sgo thit ground.
now tastefully ornamented, wastheiwaoapy
bed of a sluegish creek, an idea may be
formed cr tne amount oi laoor anu sain
wbii-Ji has bsen expended here.
The crowd of travelers to and from the
oil r gions is as great . as ever, and ' keeps
the McUenry House crowded to ila utmost
This section of the State has been flood
ed with an enormous quantity of j&ate
bank currency, especially since tee action
of the business men of Srie, Cleveland,
Pittsburg and Buffalo, in refusing to take
at par any except national currency. - A.1I
the un current trash which was refused in
the above business centres seems to have
been nushed upon Meadvilleand the oil re
gions. In order to counteract the tfTact of
these movements the bankers of Headville
have agreed that from the It of June, they
will ' take at par nothing but greea-i
backs and the - National Hank currency,
and will charge a discount of three quar
ters of one per cent, upon New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Eastern currency.
They further assert that all inch notos
tateu at a discount shall not be paid out
again but sent home for redemption, and
it it hoped that in this way the communi
ty may be relieved ot the ragged and de
preciated stun wnicn nas so iuuk annoyea
it The bankers further agree to receive
from depositors at par notes of the follow
ing banks, for which they will give drafts
on all points at one quarter of one percent
just half their former ratet: Philadel
phia and Pittsburgh banks, Banks of Craw
ford and Lawrence cmnties, Petroleum
Bank, Oil City Bank and Venango Hank,
' We have all felt indignant at tome pe
riod of our travelling lives at the uncon
cern with which our trunks were - thrown
about br baggage masters and station
agents, but the most deep-seated and lone
nursed indignation which I have known of
sets forth his grievances in a comical let
ter just received by the Superintendent of
the A. a I. W. itmway ana snows me as
a curiosity. Tne writer has nursed'.his wrath
nearly a year, the indignity to his baggage
having been committed in June of last
year. He stated that he came "from
Akron to lleadsvill from MeadsviU to
Columbus, P. A." , When he to k his seat
at Akron, he "request :d the creature
Called Baggage fallow" to be careful of hit
trunk, but the "creature" did not heed the
rq'iet. The wriwr then lays: "It, is
likely yoa know the fellow's name he is
light complexion has a small wisp mus
tphes On his Upper lip hit pantaloons
was striped wito streaks as large at man's
finger Gathered round his Legs Having
waited at "MeadsviU" lour days for some
baggsge that had been left beniud, be
"started for Columbus, P. A." Of his further
tribulations, he says: When the cars
sCopt I huried Out in Order, to take my
trunk before the Creature should tarow it,
But before I could Git it tne miserable
Creature threw my trunk 10 or 12 feet,
broke my bottle of Bolsom fir my Ink bot
tle &" Who can blame him tor mourn,
ing when his " bottle of Bolsom fir was
Bmashed ? After delaring his bSief that
tbe author of this fresh indignity was "tbe
baggage creature from Akron that bad
kept his spite up," and that it was done
nbrough a maa miscmevoat jialiuous
spite," be asserts that he hat " ever siuoe
made up my mild to have my pay for it
.hither the money or a History tbat will
brine 5 times the money." -M Now," says
ha. "it lies befoie von. take vonr Cbuise in I
the measures as you see fit as I have ben
a breit traviller" and never, taw such a
"dshond vagrant" at as that baggage crea
ture. - Of tbe dire, vengeance which, he
proposes to take be gives these awful hints :
" Yon have a specimen, of tba trail Of
the History Before you Like a drop before
a shower. If you do not send M E 20 Dol
lars to Columbus, P: A , in the Course of S
days. Sirs, if I am drove to the Necessity
to write a. History of about 400 pages It
will not take me long to Git A thousand
signers tor it. Not oult this all ready men
tioned It would take but a few hours to;
git a Hundred signers to send a letter to tbe
iigh priest of Hindostan tbat hatttnheOwe
and Uharg ot tbe Juger Piot to sent sra-
V-fsidors to America to Oivilit the' jentle
btrs of tnis Country tor tne many men,
women, unilaren & Cattle tnat they are
K'l'ing From county to county, from State
to State." "
'1 he epistle thor- closes with a "few clos
ing Words, consisting or seventeen verses
in vi-ry long metre recounting tbe merci
less slaying of Women, u Cattle, fodder
and Pence," by the "American juger
N"t" - Don't you think the afflicted writer
ought to get his " JO dollars in 5 dais?1 - .
JEFF DAVIS' SHAWL AND CLOAK.
Presentation of These Articles to the
Secretary of War—Authentic Account
of the Capture.
The Washington Chronxele of Friday
contains an interesting account of the pre
sentation of tbe shawl and cloak of Jeffer
son" "Davis "to the' Secretary of War, to
gether with' Colonel Pritchard's account of
thSuTsuit and: capture of the rebel Presi
dent, fxbm which we extract as fo lows:
Yesterday morning Lieutenant-Colonel
B. U PrhchaTd, 'apt in O.T. Hudson,
First Lieuten-wt-Silas J. Stawlurd, Lieu
tenant Aw B. Primpton, and twanty-throe
men of the 4th Michigan eevMry, (the reg
iment, that captured Jeff Davis), arrived
in the city from - Fortress Monroe, on the
steamer City of Albany, Cspt Miriin. Tne
Colonel .and Several of his .officers tojk
rooms at Will tid's, and, between 12 and 1
a'elock P. M Colonel ' Pritchard and
Captain Hudson proceeded to the War
Department- and delivered to Secretary
Stanton, in person, Mrs. lltvIV garments,
which had been used by Jeff Davis as a
disguise in which to escape from bis camp
anxr it naa Been snrrounaea : aiso a oeu-
llfp.1 silk Sag, found in Davis' trunk, which
had been ; captured iromtne louin jraan-
sylvania regiment, besi les a lot of papers
fctind with Divis ana u u. uiay,
.1 lae ea menu presented were a water
proof cloak, well worn, part cctton and
oa't wool, and of a pepper and salt color,
and a b!a k woolen shawl with a fancy col
ored border.' Tee clotcing, nig una pipers
were by the Secretary of War turned over
to his Adjutant uenerai lor sa'e-keepins;.
" Mr. Stmton then thanked Col. fritcb
ard an J hit men. ia the name ol the Pret:.
dent and Uin people of the United States,
for the faith ful perforn ance of his task, and
congratulates him on nis success.
- - Tbe Secretary here informed 'Colonel
Pritchard-that tne reward offered for Jeff.
Davis would be distributed according to the
onietr's report of tbe affair, and that each
soldier would be presented asuitable medal.
He then requested the Colonel to it-port to
him at tbe War Department to-day at ten
o'clock, when Colonel Pritchard and Cap
tain Hudson withdrew from the room and
returned to the hotel.
Among tbe spectators of this interesting
scene were Senators Wilson, of Alassacnu-
setts, and Foot, of Vermont; Governor
Fenton; of New York; Assistant Adjutant
Generals Towosend and Nichols; .Major
Sckert, -Snpenntendent of Military Tele
THE CAPTURE—JEFF DISGUISED.
During the Colonel's absence Mrs. Davit
appeared at tbe door of her tent, in her
night clothes, and stated tbat no one wss
in there but defenceless women and child
ran, and desired that the might aocompany
her olu mother to the creek to get some
water to wash in. fermusion was given
her, and in a few minutes the came out
wiih a person bearing oi her arm a water
pail, and proceeded toward the creek. She
had con but ten rods, however, when
Corporal Munger noticed that thx "old
mo'.hec" was a very tall lady. He also
notiesd'wben she hell up her dress tbat
the articles upon her teet were not slippers,
but cavalry Doots, into which, nis panta
loors were stuffed, i
. He then, baited the pair, at the same time
raising ma .carbine ana cocking it, ana
placing the muzze about four feet from the
suspicious limviauars race. jnrs. Davis
hate threw her arm around her partr er's
seek, and placed her hand over tbe face, at
the same time praying the corporal not to
shoot Aim, and urging "Mr. Davit" lo
keep quiet, he having muttered something
about wsntice to die "right here, ana b
ta2 " ready to meet his doom ' By th'S
time some four or five had ridden up and
had their carbines cccked and pointed at
Oavis. The pair were then taken back to
JEFF. GIVES HIS OPINION.
The Colonel approached Jeff. Davis, and
said. "What may 1 call you r Davis re
plied,, "Anything or anybody you please ;"
when the Colonel laid, " Weil, 1 will call
you Jeff. Davis " After Davit pondored a
few seconds, " Well, tbat is my name.
He here foiled his arms on his breast, in a
defiant manner, spying, "I suppose you
think this is brave, to attack a defenceless
train of -women and children. 1 think it
fas vandalism, cowardice, theft,"
. Davit denied being concerned in the
project of assassinating the President, and
s-iid that batter terms could have been had
of Mr.. Lincoln for the South than from
any one -else.' He said he was sorry he
had been murdered, lie did not believe
Mr. Lincoln had anything; against him
he believed rresident J ohason bad.
MRS. JEFF. ON JEFF'S PRINCIPLES.
fcs. Davis, during the conversation,
said: "Gentkmen you may not tee Mr.
Davit1 principles as he does. He is a very
THE SHAWL AND CLOAK.
We may here remark that, subsequently,
Colonel Pritchard had the cloak and shawl
removed from the person cf Davis, and
his wife wore them until off Fortress Mon
roe, when the wis relieved of them.
, Colonel Pritchard it about thirty yean
old. of good appearance, and is a modest
and unassuming officer, and just such
person as would naturally be selected for a
great enterprise, rve ueartuy congratu
late him and hit command on their success,
' "We clip 1 the following items of in
terest irom j New York and Cincinnati
papers of Saturday : . . '
GRANT AND HIS POPULARITY
After the review last evening, walking
np the avenue, I heard, half a mile dis
tant, the' sound ot vigorous cheering, ani
tursiog toward the sound, saw a couple of
horsemen, who attracted the attention of
the cro wd upon tbe sidewalk. Evidently
it was a General, followed by a single or
derly, and he was coming at a lashing
pace, and magnificently mounted, too, upon
a bright bay, whose sleek coat glistened in
the tun There was a moment' t hesitation
in recognizing him. Some one said, "It's
Sherman!" but just then there was aproar
of cheering, clo-e at hand ; the officer was
smoking fiuiously, the smoke being ejected
with s pite'ut vigor, like steam from a tug.
boat hard at work; he lifted hit hat and
"bowed quickly, almost peremptorily, but
not ungracumuy, and theleatures of Lieu
tenant General Grant, which the art of
photography have made unusually famil
iar, were revealed. , It it worth while to
add, tbat his appearance shows an energy
and intelligence greater than his photo
graph l&ls of. , The little incident that I .
have related shows bow great is his popu-
larity ' ' He hat from an early date of the
war been a favorite with the Eastern peo-
-pla, and his ascendency is now complete,
ana nrs popularity oeyona precedent. - lie
as looked upen, and not unjustly, as one of
the pillar ot the Kepuolio. We may add
that there is rather more style in the
Lieutenant General nor-a dais, than was
observed in him when he was the plainest
or our major, ttenerais out west, nis
dress it elegant, and he wean the three stars
on thesbou'der, to which his rank entitles
hitn; he rids the horse that would remind
the school boy of the Bucephalus that the
young Alexander tamed ; aid he bows hit
acknowledgements, as he rid- through the
crowds tbat buzz tat him, lfang his sugar
loaf hat clear from his head.
SHERMAN AND HIS GENERALS.
At daylight the stir commenced on the
street, and ia a little while the sidewalks
were lull. The morning was most beauti
ful, not a cloud in the sky. At nine o'clock
precisely, General Sherman, with General
Howard and staff, rode np Pennsylvania
avenue. ' Sherman sat ereot, and his bear
ing was, it. seemed, slightly haughty., He
barely acknowledged the cheering on the
sidewalk, giving a slight,: jerky nod,' that
.one could hardly tell was a nod. Howard
rode quietly along, his empty right sleeve'
niAed. by all observers. ' He lost an rrm
when serving as a Colonel, at the head of
a regiment from Maine, at the battle of
Fair Oaks. "Next came Major General
John A. Logan, black-haired and swarthy,
with a long moustache, black ai ink. His
appearance was greatly changed since he
was here as Congressman, and greatly im
proved. 1 1 As he rode up the avenue he was vocif
eiously cheered, and . bowed his acknowl
edgements repeatedly. A negro woman
ran out to hand him a boo net, which he ac
ceptedand carried. Arnv.ng at the Pres
ident's stand,-Generals Sherman and How
ard took their placet upas it" The group
on Uxii rUnd Wat very interesting. In the
center was President Johnson looking very
well; on hit--r'ghV-wat. the .Lieutenant
General, and next to him the Secretary cf
War. Oatnelettwat General berman,t
and something like a- dozen other Mnj tf
Generals. The old army of Tennessee was
delighted to see the familiar features of
their old commander? Grant, ' with whom
they n id f ught and conquered from D jb
elsoa to Vicksbarg, and under whose eye
tbey advanced to the assault of Alusion
Bidge. . - tw.. , . .
HOW GOVERNOR VANCE LOOKS.
Personally Governor Vance is ef most
pleasant appearance " A round, unwhis
kered face, oyer , which a good humored
smile is always playing; a genial pleasant
voice; a heavy fram, giving good evidence
of the bonvivanl; long, black hair, combed
backfrom tee forehead, without any Di
viding line, and withal an ewvj sociable
manner, constituted a personnel which I
did not look for ia the lamous Governor of
North Carolina."-Report had made him
like, most of his brethren, a hot-headed,
ranting, implacable, whisky-drinking secessionist,-
whiee di?pniti n ws as out
wardly visible as tbat of a raVid canine
My Visionary picture wna totally at vari
ants with the original. Moreover, I am
of the opinion, from what I saw of him,
that in his capacity of Gjvernor of North
Carolina, ho very seldom sent telegrams to
the Governor of South Carolina. ,
Sid a Dutcbm-tn yesterday, while ad
miring th review of 'Hhenuan's Aroiy,;
"Mine GottJ mine Goti! how glad I am
dat i am an American.
The Rebel Colonel March Grumbling
The Rebel Colonel March Grumbling About Libby Prison.
Colonel Hatch, one of the rebel commis
sioners of exenange of prisoners, is now
in Libby Prison. Just after bis imprison
ment be sent for General Muifrd. our
commissioner of exchange, and asked ?
, "Do you think it is proper treatment for
me?? - .,..'.-, i . ,i.
" W hat it the matter V inquired General
, "Don't you see," replied Hatch, with
profane emphesis, "there is not a pane of
glass in these windows?'!
. "O, is that all!" answered Mulford!
"why. Hatch. I have been: telling you tor
the last two years there w-s not a pane of
glass in these windows. Cor. iiew lark
Herald ' - - . . .
DisciuBrjE from: ths eaes,
TfiLsVTCD AS USUAL BT : '
DR. C. B. LIGHTHILL
. WhooaaboeOMnlted stth folio i jg icm:
: TPAlEiViaE..LtXE CCUHTf. 0K10,
At the P-mIy , fti ToesdiJ, Jnua 13lh,
enlit Sstnrdiy, June 17 h, ISM
;T E 'RI", LCRtiH COUNTY. OHIO.
At h eb Hmo f'om Tnrt.Jsj, Jnne WM, an-,
Ut Satarday, Jvae. '86.,, . , , :
ST KED N', MECIS COUNTY, CHI,
At tno Aial:nn Hotel, fr-s Toe-daj, Juuo 27th,
an'.l aatordnj, Jl i l'- . i
'..''AT CLEVtLAVO, i
At Rnjr Fo-t OUT Hcno, fiom MrnwUy,
Jnl; ad. an il 8 .lmtT, Jnlr Mh. m ji'.o
7 - 30 LOAN.
' iSEHIES, , :
Bj anthoritr o! th SeoUiT of tha Trcasnrj,
thiondsrtiX'wd.the'JinerBlSnbicr ption Arfant for
tha f ale or Dnlttd Males tkonritios, offen to the
pubic the third eiriei of Tieaiury Hotel, hearing
eTen and three-tentnj per cent, interest per annum.
known aa the
Thaee Dotec are lut adv date of July IA.
1S6R, acd ar payable turee years from that date in
onrnnof, oran oo&fdtibia at the optloa of the
helder iale i -. i
. U.-S. 5-20 fclx Per Cent
Tneoe Bonde are worth a hecdvomepreiniumjend
are exempt, as are ail the GoTfcrnnrnt ZtOLdi, from
Commit, Municipal tAoUUm. which adds fron oue,
lo three percent, per uwm to their value, aeoording
to the rate levied npea t thor provocir. TUi inter
est Is peyeble lemiranniiallj bj Gonpons attached
to each ejoie, whiota stay be cnt off and sold t) anj
b.ak or benker. :i
Tne Interns at 7-35 per et. ameuli to
One Cent per Day oa a 83 Note.
Twi iSratm lot
Ten " ' . ' ' 5 "
' ao . " ' '',, 8io a
at . . .... asuoo
Notes cf aft denominations nmaed will De prompt.
lj lnrniihcd npun rec ipt of nbeurlpliobs.
The Motoa of ths TtM Sirlje are pne'te'r timi
lar in lorm and pilfitegei to tb Stren-Thi.tiue
aireadj std, except that the Government ceeonee
to iuelf the option o pejiuK interest in go d coin
atSperotat. la4edor7 S-Kiiha in currencj. Eub-
criners trill dxlnct the fntereat it cirrencj np tj
Jqiv 16th, 'at the time when tee? enbscribo.
: Tbe delivtry of tt nutea of this th id eeriee of
the Seien-lbltt t will c .mmejoe on the l.nt of
Jqm, aid will D; made piomptly and cootinavtuly
after that dale .
The el!abt char ge tnftd In the CJudltioae of tbie
T3IBD SISiBl effoc-eon J the metier of lottr-
eet. Thpe;ment tn gold, 1 made, will D: eqniva
lee t to treoiirncj Interest of the tigher reta. -
Theiotnrn toepecia peymn', in the ete;tof
whtcb on j wfl the ott n to par int rt In Gold
be ata'led of, would to leoceead equalise pikes
that parchssee euule with iix ec ceat in gold
would be full) eqatl to those made ith eeren and
three tenths per oent, in cor.etcy. Tin U
Tbe Only Loan In Market
Now eflered br ht Goverament, and its supsrior
adventsge's make it the. ......
Great Popular Loan of the People.
Jjeeo than S.xi,U00,0ou of the Loan authorised by
the lt Congress are now on the market. Tbis
amoaaa, at theiate m which It is beiug abeorbed,
witl a I bo subscribed fvr within eixtj days, when
the nrtee wII nndoub edlr e mjiand a prmiom,
a hat Baifurmlr been cue on c!usina the sa!
aotlptlJUJ to other Un-.
In older that eitiseni of onery Iowa and section
of ths oonnir mmy be' afforded facilities for taking
the loan, the National Banks, State Banks, and
Private Bankers throoghoot the country have gen
erallf aareed to teetrre inbscilptioae at par. 6ub
serlbere HM teliot taetr own agents. In whom th. j
btve conll lence, and who only are to be responsible
for the dellteryof the notes for wbioh they reoelTe
orders. . .. COOKE,
1 ''' ' Ful scriptton Airent,
Fo. 113Soulh Third ttroet, Philadelphia.
MaylJ, 185. ; '
Bnbeoripti'ms will be receiredliy the
FIR8T NA 1 IONAL BANK,
SECOND NATIOXAL BANK,
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL- NATIONAL BANK,
' NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland,
my ' -'
BOO IS AND SHOES.
BOOTS and SHOES.
JAMEi TMV0SLEY & CO.,
' SvocssaoBS to JoaS LOBD.J .
Eo. 224 Superior Street,
ould respectfully aunucce to the puh'ie tret
v hTs ouogbt eot the o'd, well kni,wu Poot
idSboeotore of Jobn Lord, were th-y will be
ana oooe otore 01 juuu uoi'i. weie.u'-j w,,, m
to se all who. may farcr them with their
patnaage, . Ih.ii aiuak comprises
All 1he.Trletle8 Ktpt Bflhe lrade,
And cannot be surpassed i n tbe dty.
Work Manufactured to Order.
C. EO. A. BOYO IA, ' : S
J 1 ' !
Dnccetsora V Joha Bore Boa,
Prodaca Oommiasiorf Merchants,
B PEARL 1 TBE ST. IW YORK.
Liberal tdTucM on coot1nn9 -t.- T" '
kler to O H BANK, MW TOBK, and
Banks gt-D-rl? in Uerelta . j
tb satMcrlbsrvUI ittrolsh ttenallf afx ap.
pnctt'lon fur Harking- prop-rt , sad aisks cash a4
lima oa aoaslABMatt to la U'
, . . .it. O DSAllJiO.
- ' ' Office J. ft. Simmons a Co.,
mylSS ' " 6U Itsrwla ., Otwiand, ).
t. usraa, a. a saoawira, . a. Biaaa
ii. F. LtbTKli I CO.j i ;
Storage and Produce Commission
Uos. 48 and SO Blrer Street,'
oao. w. eAanaKB, aao. a. sua, - a.e.a'BAiav
61BDNEB, BLET 4 C0n
, sjastawtre stsMI fMltw ! t
s -a l .a,. n.l R.llwo.af ffKtn nJ IV.
basLtola. Offlo ana WauaoonsY) oiaing Ut
KsVfttort - i ' ' '
Ho. 197 Merwla U, ClCYCUad. 0. ; .
Detlen In all kiDtto f Uoutry Prodaots Agent
for t slt JotnpnT of bouq4, ao.d
Uwji the Oopnj't prlooa.
h&ifa, Water Lime. JTloar, Grvia. tc by or
loni, r eived or to be ibiped on the 0. 0. 0.
0.4T. O.. In (L4P 1 IO.W. Uwn
gakge) Bftiiru&ae ui (eeir coBDectioas, Ioa1m. or,
naiMeaet) ai-e-.uj in oer wentaoatw, Mruig ex
poliee of dreKe. 1 f )
U1 fei'tt pe4voal tttentioe to the fl Un( of or
der for Prodaee 4 MereuadiM oa Ooamieelom.
Liberal oih idfuoM nude on coailnarnu. ..r.
We ft-e prefftred to rvceirts avisd ktnp, bj Can!.
Lelsve or BeU, (without dntyswe), 4irtDODW,
Stuvta. Mftrtrle. Lumber and coert-i FntKhu of ell
kinds, heiD the ON LI lCK41CKti 1H TUX
till wr tbe (nuiaier ot mitj Freifbta. . .
Kefer to btvnha aud buinoa Bealenerallf .
ap1 R3 -
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLR
tUAMt ax Uwtaleof Floor, .ttrmln aai U
fcin-ik of Ooaotrj Prodno. Brick Wtrehon, No.
84 BItw stmt, soar &uro4 Df, ONvrlasd,
v. a. slabi. , w. a. sraAlQHT.
ItSL, BTKilfiBT A CO., , .
Proaaee, Ovanmlaalvai A rsrvardltl
For the sale of tlonr, Ormia, ProTloloaa, Oram
Bewli, Butt r, voano. agir. swfi
tatoco Beano, Uomto,, GrowB aad .
firint Vraita, Draw Hog,
Ac., Aa, ma..
Ko. n ftoot t , ket. Mala mi Wilait,
Orri for aM detcripttons of rrodnoo, Prorurioi
and Grocortoa aoiicicod Adraaowoe oooalDismt.
dlr k ! n pmtea lurulaaMl rxeo to retmac auiypora
fKLio.i, nnm & to.,
AND . .......
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers la .
FLOUB, GBATN, FEED. PROVISIONS, I ALT,
vfAiatt usl, o, ac. . ,
Agente foi the sal of the celebrated . -j
"Akioa City" and "Akron iEtna
All the different bru'i of whtoh, Vgether with a
general aseoitrnentof Ohio and Indiana -floor ar
ounstntly kept on band, la Barrets, Helf-Banete
ana aaoae. , . : .-: : ,.i.rj
No. 1 OVIATT'g EXOHHANGB. Foot of BCPB
BIOS bTKKST, OLIV ELAND, O.
AOSHTS FOR TUX i
Northern Transportation Co'8
Line 01 bcrew oieamers,
To and Proea
03DKH3B0BG, UAF1 VINOKHT sad 06WIGQ
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COATT
Property promptly forwarded to New Terk, Bea
ton, and all points Mast or West, with dispatch aaO
at tbe Ltoweet Kaue 01 rreigns.
Thronuh oontraou xirea to all the arlneipal
towns in New Kng'and and New York; ' mchl:Kf
lLAttK. at tJAarOKD,
(Snoceeeora to Ulark m BockereiTer,!
rradcM CunnlMloi Merckutt.'
ABO BBALBBS ! , 1 T I
tjrairt, Sss rioar. t'lals, Wmter Lime,
iriw-ler, aioesraff, r lee, .-osidci
feulevr and INeArjr eisUS. v .
Roe. 3D, 41, is and 44 Bitot etreet and oa the Deck.
KJUM I auu) u, void,
a. . ouu. t. a UMoaa
Pmperty raosr'sd by UallroaS er Osoal, Ier Pu
or Sblpment. Will rlTS personal attentioa to the
eate and paronaBoof rrodnos and MerxnaadbM ob
Liberal Cask Adeanoss mad OB OoBsigaeieBta
Befer to Bnsinsss Stew aad Bankers ffe-rrsllp.
a. suaiA. a. susma. a. a. aaiaa, a. a. asjtaa
O OSK8T HAHNA k OO-eoocas
I if so as to Banna, Garretsoa A Oo., vrnolosak
ftrooers, forwarding and OeeamleeieiB Harokasrli
and Heeler IB rrodnos. Bait, nun, meK, lntra
xokangs, Ho lev aad in M4Tr ttnm aaf Dm
ar-AgenU lor the OlerelAad, DexroU aad la
reptrfn- I -In of NUeieie s - -
QPHAUKXll A BDJiOKBT, - -i
KJ --, ,.r,il
m fit uti or
PLODB, GBTN, PKOVI8I'HS, OBA88 gitlM,
BUI UK, aulaB, BAUUII, AO.,, ,, n
Sot. SI and 89 Uerwln hi., CieTelsid
Liberal oash advaae a mads oo ooaslsmwts If
Hughes, Davis & Kockefeller
Buoceieors to Hughes A Rockefeller and Davis
Jor ward Ing, Prodaee A Bcaersl i
gexton's BlocK, Merwin BU
CLIVIUUD, O. ' . ): ".
KIiBT B D1T I, ' ' 1 '
aDC of ftn order grnUi by the Probftt
ivtwri di onjinoic uoaote unw, i win oner m
-lo t pQbiic aacii n, n Tha iT. tb eicbih
dTofJajf, 1W5, t two o'clcck, , H.t on the
pnmimsn, (he tuHowlog ral t-nt, iltuto il tb
Goanty of Uoybf g. catuf Ohio, to wit: ptrtof
tot inu. of, coniniDciD( oa tne eu um oi Mua
at ine rtaweat eonter oi vit.ii.g i aoa
(Dowa m tb bowM laf tbeoc ootherlT on
lot une ti 1 it tnk ib north lint of T. tardy'
land ; t eccowoutderly on iU Uadj va t line
fo land tormvr j ottd by s. tjlark ; tbaneo ontn
a weal 6 ehaina.; tbatwoiaorth rM
aiW wn. ti c' ma 9 link ; theaoa :erly on a -id
iviarft-a Bonn lire to nug a e-at Hoe; ia-nc
oortti?rl? bara' al wiib flnt eniKiMd lio49rodt
beoca tMMita Lr paraJlt lth twit ma t on-d T
Ciark'a north liao to place t aiEiaiiitiK. to contain
tbirty-twa and fife tboQaad two h oiitlred aod
eiKtit. itTta tD thimaand ha acres of land b tba
aauue more or leea, bet object to ail legal highways.
Aptaia d t $ pi 67 let ma of iale, oce bL on
aajr oi m ia, oai ance io one jvrt witn mi rftt-
AdinlnUtrato' ol ea'ateof Juha Tarry decaaaod.
ouougsriu, may ivtn, is o
ADMLNITKATOK'b SALE. In pur
nnce of an order cranted by the Prubat
Coo it of CQiabowa Count). Obio, I aill offer for
ale at public auction, on Tnnradey, the 8th day of
face I, at iu o ciock a. o..,npin tne p eauat,
the foliowiiK deecribed ieal eataie, iHnato in tba
uonuty of loya4gaod state of bbio. town: un
lot oo. Atron,aTilte townabip one and ooe-tocrtb
erne, leKlDDiug cneiod nod Ave l okaircm theaeat
i ds oi ine bnct ntmee wnei oy m. tx. ne
ftei louth from the N. W corner of aaid bono,
thenoe N )2 K. 10 rod. and 10 Uoka to atale and
tune; tbejoa rooe to stake and atwiea; ihenoe
oonti u" m. w rode lift unketoaktake ud atones;
tbcce W. lrtdtja atake and etonca; tVn-eS.
It3 W. ft roda d 30 link, to a tte and atum-s;
thaneew! t tt roda and It liok to lur pike; thrno-
b A JG. 12 rods and 90 11 k-; thence & X O- 6 coda
w nnke -o piao or beginning. ; s
appraiea a. atouw. ,
l ernie oi Bale one half on day o' iale. hnTanc
in on year wun inieree, w.tn in (treat pay ai tints
w peaurea Of mortgfe upon tbe pr-mia.s aula.
Bt"KiL3 B. UALsLU r,. ,
Adminiitrator or Williaoi 8o-,tt, dtxaafd..
OFFERS the tnoet thorough, tyttemaiic
aad praciioal oonree of lnfttucti;D.tbatcsa be
tDtaind iu tne west J under the anDvrioteod-
enctj of a aouao operator of yMraexpenen e. fin
oya the patronage ot Uedin. Tecxxaph otsjnpaoiea.
CHpar In-ti niton of th kindi W th CsjnAlry.
Ciixoiara a-nt frm l aay addraa- .
Addr.M, O. U. 0. V PID. ' f
apl4:Btd4eowic Proprietora and Prlncioaln. -
A GENTLEMAN CUBKD OF ER-
XX VOU D-billty, Pram-tarn Decaj.nnd tba
td cu of youthful Indiacn-ti n, will oe bappi (
fatniih oibstra with toe meane of c r. Lfr-m of
charge). This rmedy is iuple, aaf and certain. .
r m.i p.at cniars. ny retn-e mat', pes aa-Ire-s
JOHN B. OGDKN,
iLpii5:9?8daw 60 aTaaaan St. Kw York.
U3T HBCKIVKD. THS FIX 8ST
aaeortwewit of 8eat Vnoklsa ayar fn this altr. m
rmwT. ea ; '
wtl SSxaxHextrev' -. -
' 'IS I I II
A.1 reeairea U
Q IAT VMioii UotMk.
GIFT BOOK STORES
,Vj iS9-; 140 ' Sapcrlf; Street, ClcTelantl, UMo.
ILL BOOXS ' ARE SOLD
vl.4 SlD .FOR A
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WITH EACH BOOK.
JS I - '''"'
- ooiamt&lcatioiss sltoald ba adJreeeeA to :
AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES.1
ajtt add Rasa.
U&lAjjVWjis. - c-
yo- r., m- Jj" ."TTV I?Z
m asauxlaosue mUTT Willi JAUI.
50 Cents to $100.
140 Stjpksios tTRiir, Clitxlabd, O.
northern Transportation Co.
Is prepared to Transport Parsons and Pre petty
J. i, t. i: fcetsreeo,
BottOB, all Point In Sew Ingland,
Kew Tork nd the West
WITB PBOMPTNKeS, CAMS AND DISPATCH.
aa wet . kaosroi Un sf Frrat-rlaas Uenw
SSeaiaen eonaeeta at Ondeesbarfth vtth tr lall.
roade for Bemtoa bm mil folBta let stew
KbkIhiwS; at Cspe Vincent with the BHr.ls
tvtweia imp Viacont Bnel lew Yark.
sr-d at Oweo wlia a Ian of flntt-clas Oansi
OSWEGO, TROT, HLBMT AXD IEW TORK, ,
Vorving a DAI LI LIN I between
BOSTON, NSW TORK,
OQDEXUBU&QX. CAFE YIN CENT,
OSWXOO, and .
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And aTBI-WIIKLT XfKB for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKKS AND
,:) -i-A .miKJaMKHIATlS posm
aoimts : . ,
" 1. MTsms, lfe. A-tor Hone, He. Tork, - -0.
BKIRIl, 74 fearl street, tie. York.
JOHN BIX.'KISG, T ' street, Bostoa.
OIO. A. IDDY, Ogdxnsloricti.
A. r. SMITH. Oops Vincent.
. CHAeY ALLI40K, Oewsjro.
WALKKft HAYXn. Toledo,
sVK MATHssm; Detroit.
O. J. BAtR. tlllwankee. , . ,
ST. J. HOW Chicago. 1 "
sXTsAi, JWESt'H r.,
H. K. MoixiLE, C'K;flisBl.
PeeTifer A;cpr nreTlan1. mhl-R3
XfutlCETf UC v N T R ACTORS. Pro-
ll pbl.'i UI beircoHtd -t thf office of the .Hy
,Uil hutUMr Tu b vclotk r m ModM,
tbe VtHh amy of 31a, for LnilMiie buibewaro Cipe
Hswr, to exien&.r. m B'idee ttret Mlo E wer to
P an aD Pciflcationa mxy kwn n blank
pmpfea'0aaisief4 at vtd iDr''i nrflee
TliV'boardof Cltf limorovtiun Invite th mb
miteioQ of bid, rnierotig theriftbt to accept or re
Jtct U.e saute B erV r ff ibi Bo re"
i , . JOHN Hl'ELAW
" in.l-?T 91 " " C tT OiTi ?r-E-r.
FiAVID W. CAMW MA KY COKBIT,
J Ur tta C-orhlt, inolow Ourbit, and Mary
Hrhil are bar. by eotifled tl-at on ttieib 4j ot
April. Ititi. iarioa Adama, aa KxtcoUir of tbe ill
Of Emily Camp deorhtl, late ot Cuyahojt fOn
ty Oue ailed kt pv IU a In the tioort ef Common
Weea of ald county, 'be object and praer of
whlh pti'tn ia to obtain frono said C nrtaja
dicial coneti action aeid ill, wi lcb bal ao-
tboria and em power iwd Adm aa each axe .a
toraud True ea atdr nM wl'l. tn e(i tbe real
take umed in aaid wiU.and for nch other reMef aa
e)aitr my require- eLi.wU are aotifled te
anawrr Hald petition oa or h-ore th lth day of
June im , m i. rnwi
Atturoy for H'airtilT.
0Vwlan1. rH1 1, ap.14
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Cobb, Andrews (Si Co
(Lat J. B. Cobb A Co,)
241 BUPEBiOK BTitEET,
- . -T . ,-
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
.. ... OF BVBRV BTTLB.
ALL THX -
TOR BALI BY
COBB, ANDREWS & CO.,
311 "TiPFRtOR "TRKKT.
OUR TOUXQ lOLES.
IE Illustrated Monthly Magadne f r Boys an
OMrta, edited by J. T. TH V HK1D&K, OKU
HAMILTON and LOGY LaRX. Tbia lUgfc-
ne baa already ttaind a eir-uletioa npaai
leled In tbe blswry of maaxiue literatara. V itb
tee Imne of the April nuraU-r tt will bare an aa
tabtiabed clronlatien of Mi,iUO copea- it ta oar-
dieiiy ootnmeUeJed by blh thn cn,ar and relirfloot
pread, alao by ad persona mWrNtvd lu the tuoject
of Jnenli0 Literal a tm, while tbe eipreeiona of
Itm iomki tne paMunera aiiy rrcent e fro a pa
fonte. and alao from tbeKonoc oik Utrmlff
oonvinoa hem that th nayu ue answers a want
tbat ta unr? t realty frit. it la tbe aim of tbe PoU
tiahra to m.ke It a firat claea aJ k ai- in every
reapeut, and abey wilt apara neither labor a or
apenaa in their endea?ora to Inrn'sb to then
yunnc render one wbuee monthly ite shall be
iwaya wiun. and anau be eapeoted WiU pieav
Tbe rteff of Contiibntora embrace t e following
amonc many prominent eamee: Hra.HToWC.il.
w. tAJix& .wai . wmni.a, u. w.
HOLaicL etre.1. id. CiilLX, Oaptla MAYa i
' Temsa a year. Wnsle number at eenta eaca.
Ail .mbecripti aa nayabia In advanoe, beectmes
nopteaot un xooji loiKa wiu L aent to any ad
drtxo for 8D cenM each.
Joan H. A now, at Beber'e Book ff tore, toa
nerlor atreet, Clereland, betur oar only aatborined
Aaent Cor the tttate of Ohio, all order for h Trade
aa wu aa anoacnptionithoatd be addraavM to him.
tl. Atiantio mow hly and tmr Xonag rolu sent
TlvJIiSlUK ft FIKLDO,
AGKHT8 WANTED In everr ci it and town.
roc parttcuiara addrvee J. a. ABMUM,
ini7:Ka AffTt is'T-ranrl, ii
DK. HALLIWELL, BTJkocoN Dmbtut,
rrspeotfollv announces te the onblle xenernlly.
Uiet b aaeresnOTOd trooi bis old lientai hoome oa
the Pqo'ie Uqaa e. to nis own Block. Mlcaicsn
street, erkera he nas Dtteel bi a Oeaati ml si le el
RuoS.aed iBDoer ecpaM tomeetaas wsitbaell
old antt aesr patrons woo mar pieesa to favor him
with a call.
AKllrl iiATj. TKETH fxea on an lsaioeeil
prfBCtaal. ane) epiied at prices itein tteieaoa
of ail. Axknuwle.-(t t br lb. frofesioo generally,
lor tneir oeanir, Direntn .ia iuraomti. fiTerr
io uiet se -e teem diecar i tbelr otdaete, if able.
N B UDleeieitB-ewsrf h.ee a eel oom
pieced, at ma-Sit Jilxan street. a.nh side. Mo
ond eoor iron uetano. and Tout ol Pr pooi street.
Ulewlat.d. el8 A B H LL,I EuL, M. D.
: Vv' Br. j. K. JJAflKlS.
Late ot tbe firs of H alliwsi.i, A Dabtkui.
ettil at kla old eetlltned UeniU ko-eae, eonier of
Ontario (trees aad Pnblt Bnare, makina tnoae
iBVaioabl seme, artificial Ttelb, al the old price
before tn war. An Upner or iiowar Bet from (10
toSJA. ail work wanaoted. anitl
ECCBB A POLICY '
' ;, ' is '
Life Insurance Co.,
0 NEW TOKK,
WbfrH so often advantages superior to laose of
any other Liia Ooatf ear. .
Ani much than the aaeeta 9 any other LlXa
laanruoa Company In the United 8 la tea.
The laat Caatl liTldeme1
Was oTer Bixty pt-r Cmt
Ofpreviinme pal -a, an4 larger than baa bo da
dared by ami otiu iirn Iks. Co. im iuu WonLO
TITTM!IOS ar mnw declared AwatritT. a 4
tre TailaM) tor payment f pentlam at the and
of the "rat yar a- oatathan an beorHieei :mia
ay othr Life f cm pap y; tht-rry aernrfr aT o Hi
ateard 'he dT-ntaea off red by Mote Com panic.
ad at the amn time sa-la thetn the disadTao
tage oi i ayioc iBtereat apea notes.
For pa-nphleta, with full particala'a. or for PoU-
cl a, apt ly u
JfOUX CL J1X!TI5GSV
m y 18 Atwattr Bnlldln g.
STATE FIRE INSURAKCECO.
"(if Cleveland, Onio. '
lnpltxl, 8PO,OflO CO.
infested In or Iclif seeared ly Rrst-clase
xTortgstree iloade and fctocka.
,- ' . i DIRECTORS: '.'
B. P. Morgan, i W. W. Wrlb,
H. P. S;-ra. lr. T T. Seelje,
J a rnrword, Dr. W. g. tirestor,
J. B. tteriam. rjartna .dm,
I. oren Hreotie. A N. Hatcbe der,
H. a,. BajBoiM, - J P. Svanard.
T 8. Becawlth, 6 O. Griswold.
M.r'. MOHOAH. Pir.int
B. P. MYERS. Vice Pree'.d nt-
i. "MBW1XI, eeoretary.
J. B. MaaltM, -rrsnrer.
' A. N. bATCQKkDEB, bsceral Agent,
aVVOfflo In Boise's Klock, corner of neeriof
st and Pah-lc fiqnar- Cleve and, Obio. sByl:H4
Fire Insurance Co.,
Office L'8 Superior Street.
CAPITAL, - $250,000.
Tallf aad secnraij lnrested tn Int claea MotV
, , Bonds and Btocka.
Insured may Reeeiv T5 Fir Cent of
(JTILI.a IW WITT, JAMK8 MA'OrT,
E.I BM.DWIN, B. M.OHAPIM.
J'. r. WABNKR, 0O. WOBTHINOTOB.
BSNKT UAUVJiV, O. A. BKUOK3,
W. B. ODfLSd.
STIXimX WITT, rTestdent,
H. M. ( liriK, Vice Frea't.
K. OL BOOSB. Seoretar. aitSU-RS
l85l AlGCiAXI. mJ,
K5IU1 IXSUKAJCJ COXflllT.
riHE AND MARINE.
o Sortp Wilds ads). Preats drrldeel la OAU
ea a Stock aad Policy Holders.
Take Uarln Baaards of all kin da, Ptr Blurs,
Salldlncs, Mercbandle. rnrnlron. Vessels ta Pert.
Id toe Better eiaes ol BJika (euarally.
Wm. Eart, . B. Pel ton. Assess Stone,
P. Cbsmberlln, h. D. BadeoB, J. H. Chasaberlla.
W. T. W.lker, O. A.Oerdner, o. si. trrlalt,
r. W. Pel ton, Wm. Wollbon.
orriGS-OrlaUs bebapa-e, toot of baporlof
Street, GbTetand, Ohlj.
Losses Adjnstsd aad protantly paid.
L. n. Hovob. eWrtaiy.
Uapt. O. A. 6A&OABB, JUrtiw Inspector.
rire & Life Insurance Agent,
Office ail siarble Bloca, Naprlor at.
Bepreeenla tbe ibllowlng Uompanfce : Oepital.
Insnranee '.'eeapany of North Aereea.91,7! 171
Kew aiuflaael air las. (Jo, rlartfnrd Aa 000
lisoiar - . . " Kew York. S t
Westers MeasKsbaMtu, Fire Pittefield . 6S 141
Alb.ny Oity, fi'e la. Ue. Albany, N. I 7 Wsj
Hope " Prortdene. ISO o 0
Pause . rUrUord. , ,.. 6o7 Ma
- - - S4,o70 9ll
X-omx promptly adjneted and paid.
apl:ajonl J. SitjeiWOstTs', Aaeat.
WosMral rira, fiarlaa aad Ufa laaeuN
Ofloa, Oriatt's xcttuim, foot 8nperioi Mr,
aaPBaoaa. Tn poexowrao oaaeaBT
aokey Slotsal ine. OoM Oloiolaad, AmmX
Ohio, (Sir aad Mes-lne) 4S,H
Market rlr SIS.?.!
K to Fir ,.
Norwich Fir In. Co., Horwicb, Ct
Sortb Western " Osweeo. H. T.
Hew Fork i-tse Hew teck Lai.7M
Phoenix Marino Is. Oo. of Broo iya
I., ca c. pi Lai l.4H,Oa
Lotmita ruoMPLrr adjuutiid and paid.
Particular attealMa glrea to tbe adjustment ot
Baiins Loesee. L. O. HLD.-OV.
Agent and Adjuster.
fPt. fj. A. a.nm. e.rtQ fqspectnr. rl":RS
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND : 8B0w.11 & CO.,
av m aau as atrwis otrrv.,
Oiereland, O. FoaagatoWB, O.
If soaEacturers aad Wboleaale Dealers la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop i, Sbeet Iron,
B AllM OVT AMD WSOOOBT UPIMMS
HOT IHD COLD PRESSED RUTS HDD WISHERS
Wt ud Bprlns steet, Ului, etc "
Iroa Dealers, Bailroad aad Mixlax Ooa-.cenle.
Sbtp and Bridge Bnllders, Machinists n Maaa.
lactnrer, wno dealr a qnailty of Iron that will
fie entire satisfaction, are respect rally reqorst4
So fTor as with tbelr order, which shall always
ootnniaad our proaipt aad oarefoi nttentioB.
IM-r to bbsib Ms aad Banker liner ally. "
SJOU AMD HAXIi WAitaHOUSJSa
Hos.l,S8,S.T I OLBTBLAHO, f Has t, M.STs
AiTnoum. voiv. t e on the AOOS
Whoioaai Agonoy for th oalof -
sseeistrftfi Jsslsls Malta,
Basse nasiis tjoresshoe. BnoenOsraer's CVmasna
sad Janiata Bbeet Iroa. ehoenbenrers R. S. Sheet
made fr-m J an lata Iroa, Snoenbergr's Jnaiala
boer Plate. J a .lets Not', Bqnere and Hexaaoa.
aim bar iroa, w meow wiaas, extra star una
aeces, o. et Menaftarere' prt-ee Cebll
Stewart Cook and Parlor Stoves
For sale bf
Mo, a) Mrwia it,