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' DALtY, TRi-WEEELT "WKKLT,
' aDITOBB ABO PaWPBUaTTOaa.
The Trial of Jefferson Davis.
Peihnps tha grarest objectioa that hit
bass treed sgaiust tea trial or. JeOenca
Davis f treason before a eWU court and
fcy the fixed process of civil, u distingaislv-
d from military, kw, hit been the allegad
impoMibiHty of em pan nailing a daly qaali
el iurrforthe trial of tho .! Any
person uho bat mado tip his mind at to
tie guilt or innocsiice of a person on trial
i, v, ned hardly say, duqua!ittd.. by that
Terr fact from Bitting as a juryman to try
that person. In many inrtancaa this wia.
and necessary provision of lhelwha ren
dered it almost impossible to obtain a jury.
In tbe celebrated trial of Aaron Sarr for
treason, tbe empannelling of the Jnry occn-
1 pied a fortnight. And ft 5s urged, with
: much apparent force, that there i not an
- intelligent parson in the District of Colum
bia, or indeed in the United States, who
has not made np his mind either that Davis
Is guilty cf treason or that he is Jostiled in
his course by the theory of BUter ngnu,
But this oWsction will be seas, on second
thouebt. to be invalid. Jefferson Davis has
been guilty of a thousand distinct, acts of
treason. He is liable to trial lor eacn ana
TV AflH or kltuwa ". -mm, .kwlA ! A
ca nit tod on one charge, is still liable to ar
rest on another. Now, while the people
hare perhaps fully made np their minds
. that Jefferson Davis is guilty ot treason,
there are many distinct acts of his, the par
ticulars of which are not generally fcnown
end about which comparatively few have
formed or expressed an opinion. While, for
. instance, the whole people hare made np
their minds as to his guilt in the starvation
and murder of TJnion prisoners, there would
be verT little difficulty in obtaining a jury
with minds entirely free in Tegard to
bis complicity with the invasion of Penn
sylvania and the' burning of Chambert-
" burg. It may be just as easy( lor toe
Government to prove his guilt in the one
case as in the other, but the former has
been brought so prominently before the
public mind that it has been impossible to
avoid formirg a conviction on the subject,
while the latter has escaped public atten,
tion, both on account of its own compara
tive insignificance and or tne comparative
obscurity of Davis' connection with it
Now Jeffarson Davis is not indicted for
tbe eeneral crime cf treason, but for
particular act, and while every one has
an opinion as to whether he is or
is not a traitor, Jthere wiU be no difficulty
in eettinza jury who have not trale np
- their minds as to his connection with the
individual deed for wtich he ft arraigned.
That deed is the invasion of the District of
Columbia, the assault upon the forts erect
ed there for the defense of "Washington,
..j ih. bininc of soldiers belonging to its
; United States rmy. joncemuig wo
of this invasion, assault and killing it would
be difficult to find a person within the
District of Columbia who has not heard,
who has not, indeed, had personal knowl
. edrre. But it will be observed that these
" ni,iTMllv-admittcd facts do not coniti-
nie the ' principal issue under the in-
Idictment. That issue, pur et tmple, is this:
- Woe . Jrfferton Davit guilty, before the
m . t t . 1 4.w4 "tfaMteajriv
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Tn nihur words, the decision of the
' asaa wiUnotiurn upon the commission
- the alfeged deedc; but upon n xmnlsil
connection of Jtffjrson Davis with them.
On this question it would seem easy to get
v - r;. lurv. Uutil recently
m il.ll nuu . j J .
it has sever been publicly discussed, and
. has never occupied any large share of pub-
nr, ntinn. . And now a Wise aiscrwtuu
:n ntt nnlv tn avoid anlicl
. pating the due course of the law, but also
to prevent any diminution of the chances
of obtaining a jury, it will be well for the
press to omit entirely, for the present at
.. . . . 1 LUL
least, any dtfcussion oi tae issue riuui war
The Chicago Soldiers Fair.
Chicago, the city which originated "San
; itarv Pairs " is going to try them again.
Its first effjrt in that direction was thought
-at the time to be amagniflcent iucoms, and
netted $88,000 .for the soldiers. But other
..cities fuUowed the patriotic example to
nobly set tbem, each determined to outdo
all previous fairs in the amount raised for the
srrand purpose wnicn organizes, tne iairs.
Bo Cleveland, Boston, Albany, New York,
Philadelphia, St. Louis, and other cities
exceeded tbe "pattern" set them by Chi
cago, and two at least New York and
Philadelphia Tan their, contribution up
into the millions. Chicago, not to be so
"wum. is now "trying again," and wheth
er or not its present fair exceeds all others
in splendor of appearance and magnitude
of results, the metropolis or. tne west can
' claim the double honor of holding the first
Sanitary Fair, and of being the only city
which has held two of them.
The second Soldiers Fair in Chicago was
rmened on Tuesday last, its xresiaeni u
Msior General Hooker, and among its offi
cars it numbers tbe leading men of Illinois.
A grand procession opened the day. The
dedicatory exercise of the Fair were held
in the evening, and consisted oi an aac
' by Governor Oglesby of Illinois, and a
toem an "inaugural ode" the Chicago
papers style it by T. Buchanan Beed.
The fair is now rntull blast We need not
go into detailed description of its various
Jaatures, as It is essentially like those with
has made us funUlar.
A party of fifteen unarmed soldiers, who
ere sect out from iron usven worm, on
the 8th inst, to join their command on the
Plains, were attacked at Indian Hollow, on
th. 18th. and two of the party killed, and
'.wn wounded ene ciE Jhe" latter being
icalped and another shot through the headj
neither of whom is expectea w t,
The soldiers had been in hospital, sielt,
... wm traveling -wagon, -without
arms, through the etom neHgeneerof Iieu-
Unuit Turner, as is reported, WHO, tnrougn
Af detense. " The coach which
-UJ , : - . ..v
limnifht in tne news was
Pawnee, station,- by tnirty Anaians, wno
aurroimdedlt and made a charge, but were
repulsed by the passengers, wno
, tvrmad. - . 1
Tha Xw Sciool Presbyterian Assembly
dosed its labors in Brooklyn, NeuTork,
lst Monday, ftar session of ten dayl
Among tbe items of business on jnonoay
was a request to General Thomas to pe
tore the Presbyterian church ediaoe! at
" Chattanooga, that has been used for hos
pital; and a resolution looking to the eon-
centration of all the Protestant forces
against both infidelity .and Catholicism.
The next General Assemoiy wiu wartmo
t St Louis on the third Thursday of Hay,
at 11 o'clock JuM. The Old School AsMm-
Hy eontinues in session at Pittsburg, pa
ilondey and Tuesday it adopted measure,
ttgainst tbe admission of disloyal persons
into the-churcb, or the recognition eT dis
loyal Presbyteries. Its next session wfl be
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY.
Tfee Sarar Crvx-k. strike Cmliaa
mma PmpMU Of 8ir fwk Terrl-
torylbe (iolrl ud (Hirer glory.
[Special Correspondence Cleveland LEADER.]
SUGAR CREEK, June .1, 1865.
oimade and lost . money in
I trust none of your readers have invest
ed largely In upper Sugar Creek territory
'on the strength of my letter ol tne join nit ,
which repeated the report of a six hundred
barrel well near the Lake. Warned by
many previous canards regarding big strikes
I distinctly declined vouching for the .ruth
of the report, for I did not believe it my
self, but only reported it as among the cur
rent sensations Since then I have visited
Segar Creek and find that the report was
hot only exaggerated (that would be only
natural for the oil regions) but wholly
without foundation, so far as yield is con
cerned. Although there are a number ot
wells going down upon the Lake branch
noneof them are yet in asufliciently advanc
ed state to expect oil from them, except tbe
well of the Henrietta Oil Company, one
half mile above Cooperstown, which has
bean pumped but is now being drilled
deeper." OA men have good expectttions
of the territory upon this branch, but it is
as yet only in process of development
Upon the middle branch, a well about
two miles above Cooperstown is considered
very promising. It has an unusually good
Amnne the wells in the immediate vicin
ity of Cooperstown tne Muigu uid ifas
Pannebaker wells have been considered as
promising as any. The latter was pumped
for a few days and some oil obtained, but
not enough to satiafy the owners, and they
are puttin g it deeper. The Morgan- well is
610 feet deep and will be pumped in a few
days. The sand-pump brings up more or
leas oil daily and the owner feels very san
The uninitiated hsve scarcely an idea of
the multitude of apparently trifling occur.
ranees which may very seriously retard the
work of putting down a welL The rope
may break and let the tools drop to the
bottom of tne noia, to oe ntnea oui ouiy
after muoh labor and time : the drill may
strike an oblique crevice and stick so fut
as to be almost impossible to get it out
without breaking the rope; theenginamay
eet out of order in some minor part, bat a
trip to the nearest machine stop may be
necessary to repair it; these, and a thou
sand other annoyances, may so hinder your
drilling as to mske your progress exceed
irgly slow. Then, when jour well u sunk,
and you commence pumping, you my
have to experiment for a week before you
can get the teed-bag in just the right spot
to shut off tbe water ai-d not shut off the
oil; a joint of your tubing, perhaps 300
fet from tbe surface, may be dei'ecuve
and burst, involving tbe tedious drawing
ot the pips until you reach tbe laulty
part: tbe seed-bag may buret and drown
out vour woll or vi ur sucker rods may
brnaK. Tbe remedying of all these things
takes much time, and so days ana weeks
slip by with little nctual progress. Men
come here thinking to make theii fortunes
in a day or a month, not having patience
to wit the slow accummulations of trade,
when in point of fact there is no business
in the world that more tries a mans
patience than to put down an oil well,
especially if you attend to it yourself and
give personal attention to all the stoppages.
The above observations explain the ap
parently slow developments of the Sugar
Creek Territory. Many wells are going
down, but nearly all of tbem were begun
since Winter gave place to Spring and
they are not yet tested. When they shall
be I havestrorg faith that this valley will
- not be behind others, now far more noted,
in its prod action of the greasy commodity.
I do know that Oil creek men, who have
made. and lost money in oil wells, and
claim to be posted on buying land, are
putting aown weirs iiem sua ii&ve
Expectations," equal to Pip's.
. The new HcUalmont well is steadily
pumping oil. This well was put down
only forty feet from the old well, and there
is an open communication between the
two, as is proved by the fact that grain
from the seed-bag, and even pieces of old
rope, which had got into the old hole, were
dran out oi tne new one. raence it was
useless to pump both of them, and the old
one was plugged up.
- The Homan Company, which has twenty
acres, a short distance below the McCal
ment, is putting down two wells. Ti ey
are not yet far enough advanced to war
rant an opinion as to what they will do.
' Upon tne Saunders farm, two miles from
the mouth, and just above the Sugar Dale
Company a lands, some Oil Creek parties
are putting down a well which has reached
a depth of 686 feet This is deeper than
the mtj tfity of wells upon the Creek. The
driller asserts that he is now in tbe third
sand-rock, which has not been found in any
other well upon the Creek. It he is cor
net, the results of his work will be looked
for with much interest, ts the heavy lubri
cating oil is found in the second sand-rock,
while the lighter Oil Creek oil is in the
The Sugar Dale Company have aban
doned one of their wells, at the muuth of a
ravine, but will immediately commence
putting down two more nigber up tbe ra
vine, con fldent of striking oil in one of them.
Their other well ia pumping a very heavy
stream of very salt water. As a curiosity
the agent boiled down two . quarts of this
water a day or two ago, and it produced
half a pint of pure salt of excellent quality.
If after pumping this well long enough to
test it, no oil follows this water,
the Company could make money by put
ting up salt works, as about twelve hun
dred barrels per day of this salt water is
The Day Farm, opposite the Sugar Dale
and the Saunders farms, is not yet devel
oped at all It is the only tract of any
considerable size (it contains 150 acres)
which has good bottom land, between the
mouth and Cooperstown, which is as yet
untouched. It base very nne flat and a
wide front upon tbe Creek. .
The Sugar Creek Company (which owns
the celebrated Shippen Well) owns over
three, hundred acres of splendid bottom
land. " This company has recently leased
90 acres off the . .northern portion of this
tract to the Sugar Creek Developing Com
pany, which will immediate put down ten
wells, the derricks for six being up al
ready, xnese wiu be pushed as. fast as
possible, audit ja reasonable to expect that
some of them will be of large yield.
The Shippen wellwith new machinery,
and, ft new superintendent, is . giving a
higher average yield than ever before. It
is called a seventy-five barrel well and
probably .give full .sixty barrels per day.
This oil soli last week for $23 per barrel.
Tht would be a nice little income ior you
or me and we would even greet the reve
nue aisossor and collector with a marry
smile if we had it in our hands.
The Junction Company, which now has
one well, pumping some oil and a great
deal of salt water, below the Shippen well,
have two new derricks up and are prepar
ing to put down a large number of wells
during the summer. This is the true way
to keep stocks up and make dividends to
thoroughly develop the land which a com
pany owns. It having been proved that
there is oil in this valley, this company
will be morally sure of striking one or
more good wells out of the number they
are to put down.
. The Brown Farm Oil Company' well,
and the Keishart well, near the Junction
Company, are both producing an encour
aging amount of oil.
' I have been thus particular in noting the
present condition and the prospects of the
Sugar Creek territory because many Cleve
landers are interested in it and will be
glad to hear of the prospects. They should
be pretty well satisfied ar to the former,
and encouraged as to the latter.
: Thr itory that was telegraphed from
Oooperstowii to the affect that gold, silver
and lead had been discovered in digging
for a oellar in that place had its foundation
in the exposing of a small quantity of iron
pvritea, whose glistening dizzied the eyes
of either the discoverer or the telegraph
The Selma (Aia. BebeL after shouting
am the murder of Hr. Lincoln, lmme
Oiately lay doarn. kicked a little, gaefad
rolled up lU eyes ad died.
THE EXPLOSION AT MOBILE.
Particulars of the Disaster.
A letter published in the New Orleans
Picayune, ot the 26th, contains the follow-
Edito PiCATtnnt The terrible disas
ter at Mobile was caused by the explosion
f probablv accidental! of percussion shells,
which wars heine unloaded from cars at
the depot and stored In the Marshall ware-
Five white employes of tne urdnance
Department, and thirty colored soldiers,
were in the warehouse at the time with a
mrnimiaaioned officer. As thev were all
killed it will probably never be ascertained
how the accident occurred.
Diipatch by Te'efraph to the H. O. tvmm
MbBits, May 26. JCxtract from Mobile
Kvunintr News. Mav 15:
The main Ordnance Depot of the United
States forces stationed here, was blown np
about fifteen minutes past two o'clock this
afternoon: making a tremenoons report,
and spreading the wildest consternation
throughout the city. The magazine was
lnraitnd in . JlarshaU S warenouse, ntu-
.uil nn the corner of Uoacomb and Com-
merce streets. The present appearance of
the city in that neighborhood Deggars ue
scription. - -
Uainp iATierai ursnper. swiiiimiii lJj
rvinnal shinlev. went "to the scene of de
struction almost before the flying shells had
ceased to explode, and immediately took
st vi for the relief of the suffarers, and for
tha sate'-VOI tnecity. xno lum's
from hiin will expUin the course to be pur
HADqTjATB8 u. M. roncaa, i
May 25 3 P.M.
mmA .l.mitv has overtaken us at an
unexpected moment, resulting in the loss
of mnv valuable lives and a great destruc
tion of properly, irom tne expulsion ui mo
main ordnance depot, sn this city, at .Mar
shall's warehouse. Whether this fearful
..l.mitv ni the work of foul incendiaries,
or the result of carelessness, is for us to de
termine. Stringent measures will at once
be taken to fix tbe responsibility upon tbe
guilty parties, and bring them to summary
Brieadier General Dennis will immedi
ately place guards to insure safety to both
citizens and soldiers, and all parsons are
ordered to remain quietly at home till no
further dacger is apprehended.
Major General, Commanding.
It is impossible to arrive at present at
any definite information of the number of
lust. We minx, however, ia-t two Hun
dred will scarcely cover the number, exclu
sive of wounded. Men were thrown down
and seriouslv irjured at the distance of
half a mile from the explosion.
Many persons are known to be buried be
neath tbe ruins, and the commanding Gen
eral has employed all available labor to
rflscua those still alive.
All prominent buildings, from St Louis
street up, including Water, Commerce and
Front streets, are about completely demol
Tbe steamer Kate Dale was lying at the
wharf, opposite shippers' Press, and with
another steamer, wis torn to pieces, and it
is reported every soul on board of tbem
The shock made the city tremble like
an a-p-n, shaking every building to its
foundation. The crash of broken glass
was -heard in every direction, and falling
walls made the earth resound like the
rumbling of an earthquake. General
Granger and Colonel Shipley were on the
ground immediately alter tbe explosion
toot: place. Colonel Shipley is of the
opinion that there are at least four entire
SQuares ot buildings down. Too much
praise cannot - be given to the oficers and
soldiers ior tneir promptness in oemg on
the ground, and tbe assistance they ren
dered in removing many sufferers.
We visited the burning ruins shortly af
ter tbe explosion, in company with Colon
el Shipley, and witnessed a scene which no
tongue or pen can describe, or imagina
tion conceive. Four or five blocks, entire,
were one conglomerated mass of ruins,
two-thirds of which were on fire, while
every two or three seconds shells exploded
And - f gB mill hnU.i. whistled
through the air, which prevented the
bravest of men from going too near.
Still all men did nobly. Added to the
flames of demolished buildings, were
burning steamers along the levee, and
from 8,000 to 10.000 bales of cotton, which
rendered the scene still more grand.
Not a warehouse in that portion of the
city was left standing, and thousands of
men worked hour after hour among the de
bris, bring forth one af-er another of tbe
writhing and dead victims. We saw the
bodies of hu. McMahon, in charge of the
c-irpenters' work ; of the Captain, Assistant
Quartermaster, and the Purser of tbe
steamer Laura, which vessel was lying on
tbe marine-ways opposite the city, who
was killed, while setting at his desk, by a
piece of shell or bnefc.
A number of bodies recovered are so
burned and mutilated that recognition is
impossible. It is estimated that the num
ber killed will Teach three hundred. When
it is taken into consideration that nearly
all the work-shops, ionnderies, cotton-
presses, &o, which covered the vast area
destroyed, were employing a large number
of men, and from whom, so far, no account
nave been received, it will be seen that our
estimate of two hundred will be below the
proper figures. Tbe bell on the guard
house rang at the time of the fire. A great
amount ot damage is done to the city in
pecuniary point of view. We have heard
it variously "Stimated at from five to ten
mtllion dollars. Jtieht squares of large and
costly buildings are completely demol
ished. . -
The windows of the Custom-house, on
North and Bast Front streets, are com
pletely demolished. There is not a whole
pane remaining. This was all the damage
sustained by this building. The New
office shared the fate of all buildings on
Koyal street, from Conti to the Mobile and
Ohio Ksilroad Depot, having its windows
knocked out, glass strewn in minute parti
cles all over, and various partitions blown
The Tribune building was made a com
plete wreck of inside by the entrance of
a shell weighing about sixty pounds
through the roof, which fell amosg the
material ot tbe omce, smashing things gen
. Cabs, carriages, &&. on Boyal street.
were capsized, and horses in some instan
ces fell as rf shot dead.
The shock seemed to aflect the Horses a
great deal more that the ; human beings.
Those that were not knocked down in
stantly seemed stunned and para1yzed.;and
did not recover ior some minutes. The
force of the shock may be imagined, when
it is known that a man named John Kav-
anaugb, a paroled Confederate soldier, was
killed instantly on board the Kate Dale by
conenssion. Not a mark was visible upon
his body when' taken up a few minutes
On Wales street, the loss in property is
immense. Below St Michael street, the
doors and windows suffered most A con
tinued wreck meets the eye, looking np
tbis street, growing more confused, and
losing semblance of buildings entirely as
vision nears - Squares nearest where stood
the magazine, Commerce street, the ware
houses and cotton-sheds which lined the
upper portion, are now but a great mass of
Tbe buildings on the corners seemed to
suffer most, some -t them being razed
within a few feet of the ground. Various
offices and commission homes on Front
street sustained comparatively little dam
age. On tbe river, lacings, doors and
windows were all smashed and broken in ;
but, beyond this, the injury done them was
mm-: - - '
T5h amount of cotten destroyed is esti
mated at from 8,000 to 10,000 bales.
Nearly all that was destroyed belonged to
private citizens. Some Government cotton
was also burned, - -
. - The steamers Colonel Cowles and Kate
Dale were entirely destroyed.
There were about two hundred tons of
ammunition, consisting of musket-cart
ridges, cannon-powder, and a Urge number
of blank musket-cartridges, and a quantity
of leaded shells, grape canister and solid
shot jprincipally for field. and siege gun. -
The amount ot powuer, reacsung iuiiy
thirty tons, was contained in the warehouse.
It was brought from Gainesville, and is
about one-third of the ammunition surren
dered by the rebel Oeneral xay lor.
- TWe wish that some thorough admirer of
Jeff. Davis would answer us this question
how can a man be his fife's mother? '
FROM GREENSBORO, N. C.
Ieatjoa f Harsher Out Ite a-trtieais
Steeeb wf eesteral MKItrr
aad Thlncs. 1 1 '. 't
GREENSBORO, N. C., May. 18, 1865.
Editoks L-dxb: The mail for. .."God's
country" leaves in halt an hour, ang,
have time to write but few words. ; A p8
tion of the 23d Army Corps is still at this
point, the remainder being on dutv at va
rious places along the North Carolina
railway between Kaleigh and Charlotte.
The 1081 (Jack Casement's old regiment)
b at headquarters in. Baleign; tbe istn
Ohio Battery is at Salisbury ; and thej 177th
is here. The latter regiment has been
isnrh reduced bv sickness and tne great
amount of hard service it 'has ' performed
since it transfer to the Bast The boys
are highly elated at the prospect ot an eariy
return to the Beserve. - ' '
- Msinr Oeneral Cor made a stirring
speech to large concourse of "tar-aedls" at
tn (Vxirt House to-davi His Temarks
were well received, and cannot but resuit-
tn strengthening their love for tne out nag.
Many and bitter were the' maledictions
invoked orxm the hoary-headed -vdlains,
Davis, Vance U0, oy tne simpie-mmuou
sufferers of their perfidy who were present
"Governor" Vance passed through here
nn Monday nieht nnder guard, on his way
Bist It is hoped ne win snoniy receive
his iost deserts for his share in tbe attempt
to destroy our Government- -(
There is a rumor current lo osy mai
Jeff. Davis has been apprehended,'' but I
cannot trace it to aumenuc Kianw.
R. M. W.
Engravings sometimes undergo strange
changes. For example, one which we
have seen represents Mr. Lincoln standing
in an oratorical position, with an. ample
cloak partially enveloping his person, tbe
Lett shoulder ana arm uitciueou, witm
hand resting upon a table at his side, on
which are several documents, partially un-
rolied, on which are inscribed the Words,
"Union, "txmstiiution," ana -jsmansipa-tii
n Proclamation." A double-breasted vest,
with rolline collar of tbe style of twenty
five years ago, is a prominent feature of
his apparel. On a close inspection! one
finds that this timely steel plate print is
nothing less than an old portrait! of
whom? think vou. good reader 1 John O.
Calhoun, with Lincoln's fsce substituted
for the treat nullifier's, every other sc-
cMaorv of the picture (save ' the
rreat words "Emancipation Proclama-
D. . .... r . i
lion, wnicn are suDsuuwa on ou ui saw
papers on the table for " State Bights, or
some similar dogma of the South), being
as in the original. The otner engraving
is one intended to represent - John C Fre
mont's accession to tbe Presidency (which
was somewhat popular with eathuslaatie
young men in 1856). whereupon tha Path
finder, in magnificent stale at a r resident
ial mansion, is developing his policy to an
unseen but douotless very influential dele
gation of political admirers. In this print
Lincoln's head is substituted for Fremont's
and, thus altered we must say itl--tbe
late President looks, with one band upon
his hip, very much as though he were
well-dressed harlequin, in a strange apart
ment, called to give a private exhibition
his wonderfull skiU at lotty. tumbling,
which he is about commencing with the
familiar salution to his' observers, "Well,
here we are again I " Boston Common,
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Commercial, speaking of tbe
scene in the court room of the assassination
court martial on Wednesday, says:'
The prisoner, Payne, for the first time
almost, appeared to belong to onr common
humanity. His bearing has been brought
out most remarkably. He nearly always
sits upright, entirely unmoved either
anything said or done in the room, and
never speaking to tbe oouncil, but has
appeared bold and defiant, but composed.
" . . . .... A T 1 1 - J
Who IS inn man i nas ne any inoous
Where did he come from? , What is hie
real name? These questions have been
asked a thousand time wimoui avail. To
dy he actually asked that three witnesses
might be called in bis favor a lady, a doc
tor, living at Warrentin, Virginia, and
minister of the gospel living in Florida.
In the conversation that ensued,
counsel also said that he had sent Payne's
brother to bring tbe witness from Warren
ton. During this proceeding Payne leaned
forward in his seat, witn his lace alternately
flushed and white, and drew a long breath.'
of relief when it was announced that the
witnesses would be summoned. I
The President's Temperance Habits.
The editor of the Cincinnati Commercial,
now in "Washington, writes from that city
as follows in regard to. the .temperance
habits of President Johnson: v 1 '
President Johnson has not tasted spirit
uous or malt liquors, fermented wine or
cider " (I quote the terms of the old Wash-
ingtonian temperance pledge), einoe i the
i Jh of March, and does not keep,; any, in
toiicatinz drinks about 'his house.' His
health, though it was very seriously im
paired during his residence in iJ ash vilify as
Military Governor of Tennessee, is now
quite good, and he has already acquired the
reputation of disposing of busituss with
rapidity. " -'
The Washington correspondent of the
New York Commercial Aduertiser writes
as follows: , I
Many suppose Governor Brown, of
Georgia, has been harshly dealt with, and
the benevolent and forgiving think of tbe
Governor as languishing in a loathsome
dungeon.' A gentleman wno- called em
the President, in the evening, a few days
ago, was by him made acquainted wnh
trovernor Brown, of Georgia," who- was
going about the city in a hack wilhoat a
guata, ana n&a canea at me- wniie.
House. This restraint that he is nndet re.,
sembles that placed upon Governor Aiken
of South Carolina. . " "
An Attempt to Swindle the Government.
' ... . ..:-. j
The Tan i Wert Bulletin says Barney
Ash, an extensive distiller of Celphos, was
detected a few days ago in an attempt to
swindle the Government out of tbe tax on
some eight hundred barrels of whisky, by
removing the same from his- distillery
wh -n the Assessor came around. The
smuggled article was discovered ior an, old
barn, about four miles from Dalphna. ! At
the time the discovery was made the (late)
owner of the whiskey was in' New York,
probably making arrangements for the
sale ol his heavy stock, o which he had
been so successful in evading the tax. ' Up
on nis return noma, nowever, ne loana, All
whisky securely stored in a warehouse at
Delphoa, and under control of the- Assessor,
his distillery closed and the keys in the
nanci of the Government authorities. I
The Cincinnati Gazette on Thursday
complained that Pike s Opera House w
poorly ventilated, and expressed a hop
that the matter would be remedied. ' Mr.
Pike chose rather to ventilate his own pis
head eda ess by suspending the Gazette free
list ; whereupon the Gazette ot yesterday
morning mildly ventilates Hr. Pike, j
The billiard match between HcDivltt,
of Indianapolis, and GolGlhwaile, of New
York, which came off in ' Cincinnati on
Wednesday night last, resulted. in tie vic
tory of the former gentleman by 414 points."
The game was for 1,600 pointtr, 1 wroxns,
$2,000 a aide. The largest run. mada1 by
the winner was 214 points; 'by hit ojjpo-
nen" 96 - A j ,S
The Cincinnati Gazette states that Jsfnes
JL Unrdoch, Esq, has so jfaij. reoovared
from hsi recent painful illness as to bj eiv
tirely out of danger. This.will'T(e"jood
news to the many friends of a noUe and
patriotic man. - i. J
Dick Taylor's Louisiana plantation,' tear;
New Orleans, which had been confiscated',
was sold a short time since, for $9,00 i.j It
comprisea twenty-five hundred acres, with,
all tha improvements eogar-hoose, njiljs,
engines, dwellings, &i ' ' J Lhcky m&n ths
Portraits of Two of the Conspirators.
We begin with Mrs. Surratt, who pre-
eataaerseit in the pgm oi a hjuvuoi,
to.the bloody plot itself, at least to the
J beast- of Epkesus" now on trial. Har
house in Washington was tne mo"'s
place of the horrid crew, and her own son
a partner with her and the re?t of them in
the conspiracy. She, it will be remember
ed, on the day of the murder, drove out ot
gurrattsviue wnn wnai sne grapumnj
described as "the shooting-irons,-' for which
Booth and Herold called in their nigm
down the western peninsula ot Miry land.
She played the tigress in nursing the pur
pose ot toe assassins unui is was muj
fnr the deed: and when she was ar
rested in the small hours of the night, in
her own house, asked permission to kneel
and say her prayers before being marched
away by the omcers. one aouaur uiu
kneel, and no doubt repeated her "Hail
ary. But will tne reader pause auu
take a. view of this woman? one sits
thai, in the corner, the first in the row oi
criminals position of honor to which
both her- aae and ner intelligence enutie
t. The reader first finis a vail, a tnin
one, between him and the object cf his
scrutiny." wait-a moment; mis witness u
called on to identify her, and her face must
be uncovered. She Is modest and reluc
tant but justice is stern, and her shynesss
must give way. There, now, you see the
face nerfectlv. and. between up, it is a fine
one. ' Iaoeed, if there were nothing the
matter, and we were called on at a distance
of ten feet to give an opinion, we should
pronounce her, for a woman of her age,
handsome. one IS tail ana large,
without being tat, weighing perhaps
a hundred ana eigmy pouoas. not
hair, seen in the shade of ber bon
net reveals ne gray, and is
beautiful dark brown, well polished with
the brauh. : Her face, as be tits such a form,
is broad, but not coarse just the reverse.
It is fair, the cheex sugnny imgea Dy ue
interest of the circumstances; and her eye
is bright clear, calm, resolute, but not un.
kind.. Her expression, for the several
hours she was under our eye, was that
deeply sombre gentleness, which still bore
a look of having been partly produced by
the will, and for the occasion. Immersed
as she is in crime, she does not forget a
woman' art She is doing her bait to
make a favorable impression, by dress and
aspect, upon her judges, ohe was the
very person to mould the material which
fell into her hands. She no doubt ruled
them like a queen. But the court, for
Is made of quite another metaL
After Herold comae 1'ayne, next to
Surratt the great character of the party.
He is tall, straight, stout the perfection of
physical form. It would be hard to guess
whether keen activity or muscular energy
predominates in him; both seem to belong to
him in an equal proportion. His large
head is thickly covered wnh black hair;
his' forehead is almost entirely wanting;
his face has no beard ; his reck is immense
as a bull's, and yet smooth and fair ; his
lips thin and firm ; his nose small; but his
eye. the characteristic feature, reminds you
of the man who said, " Our name is legion,"
only you can see that tbe said legion has
not yet entered. It is an eye of deliber
ately rolling fire a pair of perdition-lighted:
torches when they move, they flash and
glare rather than lock. This is not a mere
reading ot tne man s vtium airtnuy auvwu,
in his look; it is a reasonably sooer ae-
scription of the reality. As you look at hi
great form, sitting calmly erect and seem
ingly reckless, you think of a modern box
er or of a Boman gladiator. When you
meet his eye you think of Lucifer ; but
when, in the bght of that eye, you regard
the whole face, yon are reminded of Satan
in the swine, a possessed brute, coming
moves him; without looking defiant, he is
unperturbed and perfectly at home. His
nerves appear to nave gone into musciee.
A ridicnloDS street fight occurred in New
London on ' Friday between two soldiers,
, one having but one leg and the other but
onearm. The one-armed fellow had rather
the best of it, bat the intervention of
couple of women saved the day to the one-
. THIHD SERIES,
Bj authority of the Sasntsry of ths Treasury,
ths nndsrsiaiisd,thstrcnera1 Bnbssrlptlon Agsntlfor
Iks tale of United States Securities, offers to ths
t poUls ine third ssrles of Trsarnry Notes, Bearing
asren and thrss-tsnths par cent. Interest per annum
known as tha'
; 7-30 LOAN!
These notes ar tasusd under data of July IB,
IMS,' and ar. payabls tkrse years from that data
currency, or are oonrsrttbta at ths option of ths
" ' U. S- 5-20 fitx Per Cent.
C.OLD BEAR ING BONDS.
JlaAM Boisia are worth hudwrne premlam,!.!
exempt, m mr ail the GoTerament Boodi, from
Cottniy, and Municipal taxation, which add from on
to thre percent, far amnmm to their paiue. vc cording
to th rate leTlad upon other property. Th later
eat la payable Mml-aaaaaHj by Oooposa attached
to each note, which xtaj be out off and aold to any
btak or baaker.
Tne lntert t 7-30 per cu amonati to
One Ont per Day on m $50 Vote.
Tar Cents $lvo
Teat : SUO
am otuoo m
Kotea of all ttenoatiiiaUoBa oavied will be prompt
ly rurni ished opoa recti pt of,aabeciiptiOb.
" Tbe Rote of th Third Seiiea are prtcl'y timl
lar. lnsorvt aad privileges to the HeTen-Thl. tiae
already eold, ezeept that the GeTarnment eeaervea
to iuelf the option oi paying interest la fo'.d coin
at if per cent. Instead of 7 3l0chsiD carreacy. tfub
c libera will dndoct the in Urea t la carreacy np
Jaly 1Mb, at the time when they anbMribe.
The deUvery of tbe aotea of this third aetiea
the Serea-thirtica will eomafteaee on the Lt
June, and will b saade promptly and oonliaaooaly
after that date.
The alight chaige mad in the condition of tbia
THlBD SBRISi affects only the matter of mtor-
The payaaant la (old, If made, will be eiaie
lest to the oarrency inter est of the higher rate.
The return to apecie payaaeata, ia the treat
which only will the option to pay interest la Gold
be availed of woald eo reduce and equalise price
that purchase aaade with aix per cent, in gold
would be folly equal te those mad with eeren aad
tbiee-tentba per cent. In currency. This is
The Onlj Loan In Market
How offered by ths 6oTernmsnt, and Its aupsrlor
adrantages make It tha
Qreat Popular Loan of the People
. Imb than 1x20,000,000 of tha Loan authorised by
ths last On muss an now oa th. markst. This
amount, at ths rats at which It la beinf absorbed,
. will all bs nbssrUwd for within sixty days, whan
ths notes will undoubtedly eomauad a pntnium,
as has uniformly been th. esse on closing ths sub
scriptions to other Loans.
In order that citliens of ersry tows aad section
of tns oouatry may be afforded facilities lor taking
th. loan, the Nations! Banks, Stats Banks, and
Prints Bankers thron(kowt th. country hate gen
erally agrasd te recerrs subscriptions at par. Bub.
scrlbsrs will select taelr own agents. In whom they
as -re oenfldeaos, and v ho only an to bs nspoaaiblo
ior ths daUTsry or the Botes for wkiak thsy rocelrs
'd" .. ..' .JAY COOKE,
Subscription Agent, "
'J ! . I Ha. US South Third Strsst, rhlladelpkia,
Kay 15, U86.
, u , , ',rsuoscnlHaaB wur urn rmmauj ...
.v FIRST RATIONAL BAKK,
BECOND HATIOKAL BANK,
' MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland.
Of BUCKLKS Just
mi at .
fTD8T BKCBIVltD. THB FINBST
0 Bssuctnuat BU Baetle. srsr tn this otty, at
COM MISS'N rWgRCHANTt
EO. A. BUCJS OU, . i
rsaecitsors ta Jobs Bays 80s, ;
Produce OomttdasiQa. Merchants,
64 PEARL fcTBEBT, B"W YORK.
Llbsrsl sdTsness on oonlnmeot.
- Hsto to .H--wsV Mf WB,
Bssks gsnsrail; ia ClsTslsw:.
w me subscrHisr wui mraiss .-----plication
for sssrSiDg propert, , and aisks SSBOA4
tsuocs on ooulgtiuisnts to ths sdjts tioais.
(!!)- J. O. Biwmons Co,
inlll:V ' v: - SO KsnrlB .-. Clswlsjld, O.
r.s. LxsTsa, s. a. Bsctwrra. su s aisss.
B. F. LESTKB & CO.,
Storage and Produce Oommission
ires; 48 and 60 River street.
sso. . aissssa, ' ewj. a. avar, - .o.m'ais.
GABDXEB, , BUET CO
. , ., BUraKajs4 Froduee
Pmnrlstorsof 'ths Union Bailwsv Saiv ana Ds
ns! Q.sln lTston. Storags capacity,
bushels.- . onto ana annaoass aajsuuig a
KlsTUor, .. -.,Y A -
Ho. 19Z Xerwl. Cleveland, 0.
Doslcn Is all kinds ot Oswolrr Proos, A fonts
for tus '-bait CwBinsny of Canada ." Sail soid
si wsys st ths Oonpany's prtas.
Halt. Waist Lims. riuu. rata. te. by c
loads, received or to bs soinpsd on ths O. U. A 0.,
o. a T.. u. a .. o. a p. or a. a o. w (aasrow
gnae) Railroads and Uislr connsctions, loadod or
oniuadea aiiesuy in onr warsnvass, savias w
will sirs peisonsl sttsntloa to ths Oiling of or.
ders (or rroucce aoa sxerpiiBnaise on wwuih
Lihersl ossh-advaoOri msse on coosignmsnts.
Ws ara precarsd to rosin and snip, by Canal,
Lacs or K.U, (wilhoat drayse), ttilndsionsa.
Stsrs, Marfile, Lumber and coarse Freights of all
kiads, asTnif tha ONLY HfclCK8 IN IUC
111 X (ur sue irnatKr at aswvy rrstais.
Refer to Hanks au4 buslasas men snerally.
' l-fcl " ''.
PELT0S, FBlsKU & tU.,"
Wholesale and Betall Dealsra la i " I ,j
fLOUK, OilMH, PIKD. PROV1SIORB, IaIjT,
Agents for ths sals of tbaoslsbratsa
"Akron City" and "Akron .Etna
AD tha different brsoda of. which, Srgsthor with
general assortment of Ohio asd Indiana ITloar are
oonstantly kept on hand, la E arrets. Halt-barrels
o-lOVIATTB ITXCTfHASlGsT, Toot of SUPsV
jBuOst asttaaT, ULEtH.Ull, U.
, A GENTS rOS TMS
Northern Transportation Co.'s
Line oi oerew steamers,
'To and Troa
OGDINSBCBG, 0API yiNOEUT and 08WXSO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COiTT
Property promptly forwarded to Mew York, Sos
n, and all point East or West, with dispateh and
.1 the I.Mt Hates of Vreisht.
Throocb oontraou givea to all tn.
towns Is New Cniriand and New York. mcrullilU
;. J. I1 II B IE K, !
AOBNT AND OOMM188ION MX.R
CHAjit tor thaialeal Flour. Grain and
kuiils of Uountry rrMan.. noK wareaouM,
S4 ttifsr street, aw Ballroad Cspsta, UUTSlsad,
P. S. liBL. . . W. Br STaAJOnT.
lASb, BTUIfilT s CO, ,
Preuuee, CwmmiswlM rwrwfarsllas;
. . MERCHANTS,,
For the sale ot rkrar, Jrala, Prorlsiaaa, Srass
beads, nuttr, uaeese, aggs, BSBay, n
tatoes, Besoe, fioulny, Orsaa aad
. DrivA PrulU, Dressed Bogs,
dm., Ac, Ac., . .
lo. 23 froaUt., bet. Mala aad Walaat,
' CINCINNATI. O. " ' in.
OrdVtbf sli seserrjitloB, of rroloca, PtOyWoss
snd OroosrisB soiMBted AdraaoasoacoaBlgaraenta,
Harking pistes fumlsusa frs. to regular smppars.
CLAIM fc SAKfOBD,
(BuocssBorB to Ulark Bocksfclte,)
frwdaoe Coomlsslon Xcrcaaatis
AWD BBAT.BWI IS
Qrisin. Nextda, Hoiar. Klart, WsUrr IJme,
, - Jftmsinr, ssanse, rim, arfrouasa
Hular suiel Utslrw knit.
Sos. S, 41, IS and 4 Blrer street and oa the Seek.
VHmi mUM.au, vsLiu.
s.t,ouu. -i i .j . . a. auroaa.
Pnjpsrty rscarrwl by BaUroaa r Oanal, ior
or Shipmest. WOI giro panenal atteutlon to
sal. and pnrckaaB of Prodoos and Msnhand
Liberal Cask Adrsncse mads on Oonslgnmsnts.
(Vefsr lo trasiaass asj saw Baaaars re- rrf .
a. una. a. aAama. a. a. aaima, u.
OOBKKT EAITNA a CO. Btjocbs.
IV eons i Hsana, Osrrstsaa a Oe
Oroosrs, Torwardlng and Oestsilarloa. Msrobaaw
sad Osalsrs U rrodnos, salt, rtsu, , Jntral
axciiange, noa ins snd m tursrsuwat arts
Owrelaad. Ohio. --
ewr Agsnts tor tha OrswsaBBa, Bstiset ami
ososnor bin. nr. HtMSftsrs. saaBB
. . H I II A L , - j
r-.--i-.-i roa rss sals or 1 '
TLOTJB, OftATN, PBOTIBinajS-, OB ASS &EXDB,
j ., B4ITIIR, tiis BaOOK, Ac i
Noi. 87 and 89 Kernia si., Cletelaad.
Liberal oash adraao. m asad. on ooasifnm.nts
desiril- , : . . apa:Ba
Hughes, Davis & Kockefeller,
Suoosisors to Hughes Rockefeller and
Forwarding, Produce b General
Sexton's Block-, Jterwln St.,'
ULIdUlll, U. '
AstTBUB BUB SIB,
II KM ml B. DAV.V ,
A If O O f
From th. Celebrated Haanfastorlsa ef j
S. DRVCKER $ CO. - j
. !. : ' C NARVISEN f
hk w toii, !
Are nnsurpuBsri bv aaw- rnermnwed by the msns-
tMturets- Prices rrom ttsoe to . ;, , i
The oe'sbratad , , , . I
Xaioa A Haalln Cabinet Organ,
. . I also, - !
CARHXRT I MEEDHAM. CHURCH HARIONIUMS,
Caa b. aran by calling at l3 Auperlor strset. '
mr2:1.4 L. . PI KR1B.
ki!Wtt di fro rent sises and p.tteras, irtelod
kcholey s clebrsted Ie.o.ra," Jewett's tArtv
tl?," "Pslate," "tJottaae." "Ije-Top." aad
tylss, st Manufacturers' PrVes, ror csh.
WATKR-OOOMCR AND WtTIR PILTBR9,
. Ail siaea, saitabl. for stols or hcaa. ase.
TORREY'S FOUR-MINUTE KE-CREAM IREEZERS.
From 3 to BV qusrts. AU slats. . '
IPusraied Catahgue, aith price llet ,raa be
on application w. P. F..C8, j ,
kr-MW n parlor and Deneca stn eta.
WM. w. JTJST1CS, JAB. BATIMAIT, W, BAKDAOKB.
, Jasflce,' Bateman it Co ,
m souin FKONi btixit, .
, f " FBlL'ADELPffIA, PA.
SSarConslnmeTits solii-lterl. ' " ' )niio
AGINTLEMAK CUBED OF NEB-VOU-i
tVbRlty P rem. tors Decay, and
enrols of youthfal indlesretion, will a. hsppy
farnith ot lists with toe means of cars, (A"
cAiiT-o). This remedy la rumple, saf. and eertalB.
For full particulars, by TV cam saail, please
h-esa t -t !, JOHN B. OGDkM,
mpW-WSdsw fiO rlas.au St., N w T"W.
O YE ' FLOUR ! 1 BYE
thesweef - !
IV ealet tide to- salt, afWsremaw. af
BOOK STORE I
5o. 110 Superior Street,
BOOXS ARE SOLD AT
SEND FOR A
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BUT I0U8 PnOTOSSlpn ALBFfl AT THK METSOFOLITUI.
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HcbMI the mnry for mtty pr'er! Alnnra
Baa I low Nls. l-r me) muurj, .statu
A Gift worth from
WITH EACH BOOK.
-AU commnniealions shonld b addressad to .. .
oct8 :K3 " v : Ifo
yen wnnt, not win nva yww iss
m itssusmue wsr a ni
50 Cents to $100.
10 BCTEUOR STRKT, CtKVVLjlKD, V.
T R Ait SPORT ATIQN.
Kortberii Transportaiioa Co.
prepared to Trsasport Persons aad Property
Boston, all Points In Hew England,
new lorK ana ine west
WITS PSOKPTSfi-a, OilW ASD DISPATCH.
This wel. known Lin. of rirwt-rlMS ecrew
flteasssrs soanects at OsdeDsburrh vlth tl bail-
road, for UoAton isu1 all f elnra ia f
rnslsndl at Cape Vlneeot with the KaMroads
bet we-a (spe ajisrerat mud Hr Trh,
aad at oweg o wita a un. u nnwiaa. omu
Boats between :
OSWtfiO, TROT, IXBMT ID NEW YORK,
f ormtat a I)1LI LINK between
BOSTON, NBW TORK,
0&DXNSBTJB&H, CAPS VIAUAir,
OSWSGO, and ' ' -
OLXVSZAND, TOLEDO A DXTSOIT,
AadaTBI-WSIKLT LINE for
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND
Ir( T rCKMrJUIATli rvt. I. ,
J. HTTB8, Ha. Ahtor Houre, Bsw Tork,;
O. BUICD, 74 fearl street. New York. j
JOHN BCXIXINO.t a a e street, Boston. '
OBO. A. IDDT. Ofrdessburgh. . "i
- A. r. SMITH. Cspe Vlnesas.
DBAS. ALLISON, Oswego.
WALKBB HATED, Toledo.
B. B. MATHEWrt, Detroit.
O. i. BALK, Mtlwaokew.
H.J. BOWK. Chicaso.
Bt.S.TBj, FRENCH CO.,
tt'. K. SfoDOLE, sJlewlntMl.
Paseenrer ArTit rHerelaud. mhlH-Ki
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Cobb, Andrews & Co.
(Lath J. B. Cobb A Co,)
m 8UPESI0K STREET,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
OP IVIRT STTI.nV.
TOR tAL BT
COBB, ANDREWS & CO.,
myl ' tdl TPRRIOB BTRKrT.'
QOR TOONG iriLKS.
in Ulsilistsd Monthly sfagdn. for Boys
Girls, edited by J. T. 1 K . bKllMJK, util
Hamilton and loot larjos. Ttns vt.n
sin. has already attainsd a .lrtulatioa unparal
leled In ths oisuiry of aiaeazine literatorto. W
Ike isstta of the April nuasDer It w.U har. an
tablishsd eiroulatloa ol ou.liuu cop as. It la cor
dially eoeuseaesd by both th. seeu.er aad rsiUi-His
press; also by all persons interested in tbe esoiert
of Juvenile Literature, while toe srpr.ssi.ns
BTattncatla tb. peeHsbsra oaily rvcei. frost
rrats, and also front th. Young folks lb.ni.eW.-e
oourino. ibast that the atasaa as answers a want
that la universally felt. It im th. siro of the Hut
nansrs to Baks It a first class Msaie in vbry
rsspect, and tksy wilt spar, neither labor -so
espense in their endeavors to furnish to their
yonae; nadsrs am wboss monthly visit, ehall
always wslObBss, and snail he enpsotwi will pies.
Tbe staff of Oontrfbutora stabraee tve 'o! lowing
saaons many protntasnt Barass: sirs. Biuvr a,
W. LUNts"KLJAIW, JUHM . WHl rTlKU, O.
aOLnIB, Mra,U M. CHILD, Oapula kAIMi
Tsrae fl a year. Biagle saisbers to easts ea-
All BBbscriptltjBB payable In advanow. bpeclraeB
copies of Oar Is I otkewill kw sent to any
for al cents each.
JowB B. Aaaow, at Baker's Book Ptore, Xd
fsrtar stnst, Clevsiaad, bstag ear waly antb.rlaed
Agent for the slate ef Ohio, all orders for the l'rade
as well re subseriptions should bs addrerwed to hist.
Hw. i.ttaufre Monthly and Oar loans folks seel
te any itaOisss tor (i.
, tlCKNOR FIELDB,
SSBT"A0INT3 WArTTSD Is every our sod Iowa
for particulars addrass J. a. AMMuN,
Kshllst . Afeat. Cleveiaod. o.
THE OLD EAGLE FOUNDRY
esraier a roas asad af nawtow UIm-,
Is strata opea, aad th. sabacrtber begs leave
Inform Its old fasads aad pesroas, and the publle
atMrally, that be rs now reaey tn build
4IL K1IDS OF CI.IIII.
PortaMa ar rrtatloaary. ,
He w ass. ready te de ell kinds of BIP AiaiHO
en short aottosand In a workmat.llke maaaer.
Particalar attention paid to PBOPILLBB
WORK. Oar facilities lor maenfaetniiac MILL.
OBARIHa are as food as the bat. - la. Pasterns
her. bees aeenmnratlnf for upwards of twentr
tva years, sad are of th. best quality.' AU orders
tresB a dlstaaee promptly attended to. ,
Address j. Bl, slaeBcn,
DB. HALLIWELL, SrjiiaxOri Dkntist,
reepsetfally announce, to ths publlo generally,
that bs has removed from bis old Iiental Rouvaeai
the Paelle bqns e, to ate swn Block, - Mickigsn
.treat, where he has kited no a beaatifai suit,
Roost a, aad is now prpsr.d to meet and wait.a
eld and saw patrons who may preen, to hrvof aim
with a call.
ATlrloIAL TXETR Sied on an 1 1 proved
principal, and strpplled at prii-M within tts reach
ef all. Acknowledges by the Profeseron generslry,
bar vhalr Beanty, etreaui and Irarastttty. C wry
ewe that ssee tbem discard their old sstsvif able.
N. B. Oaly on. visit Berssery rohave a wl com
pleted, at Da. do Miohigan sereM, north Brd ssc
end deer from OaUrio, aad foot of Prrspsot street,
Olavslaad. rnysj A. B. HLL1 w guL, M, D.
1 TBEIU TEETH I
w- T rTr.wrwTn 1
' - srr. ar. SB sa.il alio, i
Late of the Arm of Haujwbu a DAnns,
Mill at his old sstabllehed Venul Booms, eoraer
Ontario strsst and Pabite Baeara, maferag those
Bt valuable gmna, Artificial Teeth, at iheold pricea
Before the war. An Upear or Lower bet from
lot1. All work-warranted. Mt H4
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY.
jrjMTED STATES AND FOBEIG2J
PA TINT OFFICE A GBNGT, '
aTe U BbbsiK SMrateat, V -Tr'nmal. Ohfek,
' We are prepared as treasons bwairres. ef every
dascstettea reUsine- to Invwtioaa. iirawlnrsi Cm.
vests, UpedOoatl' as. Patents, lnfHrircessvBtj east
the Patent Lawa. - BtBainOA COL
asms Aaihorieai AtSotrnm Aw Paseasa.
ECT7KJ5 A POLICY
TKS MUTUAL. ;
Life Insuranca Co.,
OP NEW 1'OEK,
Which now ofTes a jrantagss superior to Ihoae of
any other Li's Compiny. ....
J ' CASE ASSETS,
An4 much Nvr tbaia 'tit Mota mnv other Lite
luaaxnaca ContMauy it. tq Uaitspd Stu
Wu awmr nUiy pr Cent
Of prfr-noBBi pmlu. and lnrn thD bu ben o
Cleared bj AMI OTHBa LIT IMS. CO. IS T WOsUt,
nT B.vK,ltbl for pay ment ot peaiiDM at th d4
of ih r- war aOB chn csn boohtvinoi tram
svny othr Lif I mp-.Dy; ihrrr&j KriiriBC to ibo
Bkftirr-d tha 4dTMtjteaaie oltVrejti bv Nwt I'-omp !',
ftt-d at th mm tim-t "ft.init tf.ia tha AieiswdTu
ol i jib to i mat npoa noiaa.
Tor pf.mch'etss. with fell prticnl-.r. or Jbr PoU-
jon.v 6. jxxmGS,
my IS ' ' Atwattr KaiMlDy.
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO
or Cleveland, Ohio.
f'apiral 8'2eO,4MH OO.
lnrted la ( r fuilr seoored by nrstlaae
Mortgages, Bonds and Stocka.
E. P. Moraan,
W. W. Wrluht,
lr. T. T. reelya,
lr. W. 8. fctreator,
A. N. Hut.: ho dsr
J. P. Stausrd.
A. O. briswolJ.
K. P. Kj.is.
J. S. Vnderword,
J. M. Msriam,
U. k. K.TUolcs.
. P. MO.V. Presi-lmt,
B. P. MER3. Vi-e Preeident.
J. w. UMK1WOOIJ( recretsry.
J. B. MltUM, -r,urer.
A. it. tlATCUa;t,DKa, ueneial ArMt.
njerofllee In Boaso's lflock, corner of Buuertor
it. and Pabile Bqaare, Cleyyaod, Ohio. myl:B4
Fire Insurance Co.,
Office 1.8 Superior. Street.
CAPITAL, - - $250,000.
fully and istinr InTesiad la Srstlaas Mor.
' gs, Bona, aad Stocks.
Insured may Receive 75 Per Cent, of
. Net ProfitM.
STTLLHsN WITT, . JAMES MAS05,
E. I ULUIM. U. kUCrtAPlN.
.Ui. . wABNCR, , OSO. WfirlTHINOTOH,
aHK( UAkVaK,. U. A. BB00K3.
W. B. ObfLKI,
8T1LLJUJT WIIT, President,
H. M. laiPir), Vice PrenH.
K. O. ROOSB, bwcretary. msJIltRJ
! ' - . . .
Bo florfp Drvceav. foltm dlrdsd la OAtlX
a tut clock anil t'otly iioluerv.
Takes Msrtn. Bs.inls of all kinds, fire Blska,.
SllVdl'lfr, Bterebandrse, f urultnrs, Vsassls In Port,
'ad the better ef aae of Riaks generally.
"- DISS TORS.' ' -
arm. Bart, R. Peiion, Ami 9tona,
t. OhamoerHa, L. L. i'B-lsos, J. H. CharnberUB.
ST. T. Walker. C. A- Q.nlner, O. M. 07l.lt,
P. W. Pelioa, Wat. Weltnouse.
OrflOB Ovlat'.'e Xsehang., tret o tWetam
Street, Ulevebtnd, Otlj.
LuBsae Adjnsssd aad promptly pal. , - .
I t. President,
' f. if. B mejotr. e'stsi y. L
Cspt. . A. OARDh'KIi, Uarire Inspectcs.
rire & Life Insarance Asent,
OWce 311 "tnrble Hloest, hnpvriorniB.
' Bepraseata th. roltowlng Uompsnl'a i ' Capital..
Insnrance l.'umpany of Morth Auiereca.Sl,7o 171
Mew Kngland aire Ins. Co, rJ.rtKrd 1 000'
Lsroar hew York. 4fl!i 407
Western Maasssljueetts, Tire Pittane-d... Sj 741
Albany City, fire ins. Oo. Alheny, N. T s76 0UO
"op. " Proiilenc. MHO
Patasa " naxtiotil., .. .. 6o7 Sa
Lrwses promptly sijuated and paid.
tplt:a3ifm J. VKI H, A:enL
j D. HUDSON,
taciiesiu 11 re, Urlnt rtnd JLife
- - mmrm tint, - '
Otloe, Onatts Kxcbsore, foot fuvlar nirssf
aBraaseaT. tub vollowibo rxrarraanas:
Bnekeya Mutual Ids. Co OlevaiMd Ammm.
Ublo, (fir. aad i ..!.., 2l.-,.t
Market flra ' aj .7-jw
Ku toa Plre m -j,
Norwich Fire Ins. Oo Korwioh, ci 4A?.m
North Wain " O.we.j.N.Y. iM..,77
SUw Tor Us aeew York S.tKiJV.TSS
Phoenix Marine lea. Oo. of Broo.lyn
N. ., eata espital I.OOO.AOS)
feUsrlAVt f HOAI f LI AUSVRTHIt AMU AID.
Partisala atssatien irlvsa te the adjntment ef
Marine Losses. . L. l. HulxiON.
Aent end Adju-rter.
".Pt. (!. A. e.arirsu. vrt-ie lriesrtor. tel:RS
IRON AND NAILS.
IEON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROV,1 1 C0,T
Jio. aad SI Her win street,
a. e. eLBvnLArm, ... . . anewn, aowsausoow
CIbtsmsvLia, easAstown, O.
Manaiacturer, and Wkoleaale Dealsrt tn
Bar, Holler, Hoop & saeetiroa,
SAILS OCT ISO WBODHHT SPIKM8
HOT INB CaB fMSSED SUTS A!tD WASHER.
last and Spr!n hspt-1, tiiass, &c.
Im Dealers, Ballreed snd Mrrjisr Compaaraa.
Shrp and Brtdre- fcrrH lers; srhlna and Mass,
facturera, who desire a quality of Iron that will
five entire eatisraaUea. are rtsapsotfutly rewn rated
to fasor oa with taelr orders, which se.il alwaysx
eommsai our prompt and careful attention.
Refer to Business Men end Bankers gsneraBw.-
BOM AMD RAIL WABJAHOUSEA
Hos.rn, M, M a 871 OLY BLAND, f HoeM, 9S, 9T
JOTtrftraet. i OH.HX . M on rrsr Dock
-a. ' ' rrdms romut, i.
Vholosal. Agency for the oaie of
nkrgrHi JBBltta sfaliaC
Harerne-aBade U.rHeehose, bhosnoeraar'B Oommow.
and Jrmiata Sheet Iroj, eboenbertrsr', Ji. Q. oheM
nssd. frees Jnnteta irao, brembnirsr's ianlalsy
Bolter Plate. J.Bfsta Not., Bqaare aad fiexaroe.
Also Bar Iron, Window Olasa, titra Bsraa Orln
aeew, to. sn maau'surerr pneea. f.bU
th cnntim ' " 1 ; "
Stewart Cook and Parlor Stores
f j. sal. ha -BflSUtlSI
. Divtr A 0O