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BitT. JXaB 12, 1 MVS
The Action of Gur County Convention
The prooeedii gt of tha CcnBty -.- Union
Conrf ntion held on BatarHy for the par.
pee of electing delegate to the Elate
Onion Convention will be found in our
local columns. That Convention did ex
actl j what H should have done, and did it
in a direct and limple way. It elected a
delegation -who will present and advocate
the elaim of Governor Broagn lor re-nom
ination with pertBtenoe and Influence. It
pawed reeojntioni endowing the adminie
tration of Gevernor Broogb, and virtually
instruc'.iEg it delegate to support Bis re-
nomination. It aelected an excellent et
of delegates, whose weuht .cf character
and wide reputation will give them great
influence In the convention. In doing this
it obejed not only the will ol the people,
but the obvious dictates of justice and
wisdom. Governor Broogb has discharged
the duties of- his office, rendered unprece
dentedly difficult and complex by the vast
responsibilities of the war, with almost
superhuman patience, fidelity, sagacity and
skill. A re-nomination not only is a proper
recognition cf his deserts, but also preserves
to the State the se-vices of one of its best
executive officers. "We hope that the State
Convention may be as unanimous on the
sutject as the convention in this county,
The English Press and Jeff. Davis.
The Kuif.un press have not yet learned
the wise reticence recently assumed by the
Eoellsh government. Lord Falmerston,
Questioned in the Hou'e of Commons upon
American topics, recently responded thtt
it was not the purpose of her Majesty's
government to interfere in the internal af
fairs of the United States. It would be
well for the newspaper press of Great
Britain if it could be guided by the decis
ion so curtly announced by the Prime
Minister. That it is not, is apparent from
the fran tic eagerness with which, unwarned
tv its past blun ders and follies, it administers
petulantscolding and haughty advice to the
. United States. The latest aemonsiraoon
cf this irrepressible tendency was called
out on receiving the news that Jeff. Davis
had been captured. The Tory, anti-repub
lican press of England j jin in one acclaim
of praise to the Great Traitor and in one
demand that the law shall not be executed
aeainst him. This course of conduct might
be expectei from jjurnals which nave
throughout the war been the unscrupulous
anrl unreason ire advocate of the
rebellion. It is as natural
the London Timet and Herald
defend JtSarson Davis as for the d devani
Richmond Sentinel, or its present earthly
representative, the New York Hewt, to do
so. There is no need or answer to weir
arguments. "We have laws against treason
and courts for the trial of traitors. Their
very exietanee is an a priori argument of
their rightfulr ess. Let them take their
course. Should Jeffvson Davis be convict
ed of treason, af.er a f&ir and impartial
trial, in accordenc with due forms of law,
it will then be ample time for hie
friends and sympathizers to appeal
lo the President for an exercise
of the pardoning power in his behalf. It
may be that the death of Jefferson Davis
is not essential or expedient tot the pres
ervation of the nation. That question
not now in issue, and cannot be decided
until the courts of justice have passed upon
Immigration to Tennessee.
Now that the war is over and a new era
Of peace has bernin, strong inducements
are being offered to encourage immigra
tion into the hitherto rebellious States.- A
bill is now before the Legislature of Ten
netaee " to promote and secure Immigra
tion to that SUte," which provides far
Board of Commissioners of Immigration,
and proposes a liberal appropriation from
the Stite Treasury to carry out the pur
poses aimed at. It is made one of the first
duties oi the board to u procure and em
body in the for ji of a report or circular,
or any other manner deemed best, reliable
statistics and information as to the re
sources of this State, ir eluding the lacili
ties for mining, manufacturing, and the
growth ot leading staples or article
consumption and commerce, the price
lands, the statistics of labor, and whatever
other statistics or information the aaid
board may regard as calculated to bring
population, laborers, and capital into this
State." . They are authorized to ppoin
agents in New York, Galway, Bremen and
Antwerp, and to make arrangements lor
the -transportation of emigrants. The
measure is one of the most judicious and
commendable that could be teseu by any
Southern State. It means something prac
tical, looking to the future wealth ana
prosperity of that fertile and magnificent
The Last of Quantrell.
"We get the news by the pa
pers that Qantrell, the notorious guerrilla,
is really dead. He died at the military
prison hospital of that city on Tuesday
4 o'clock in the evening. xu cap
tured near Taylorsvflle, Ky, on the 10th
of last month, after being shot through,
the body. "When he was captured he gave
his name as William Clark, Captain, 4th.
Missouri Cavalry. The bloody act ot the
sacking of Lawrence the most outrageous
traeedy that was committed during tie
war will heap deep damnation on his
memo-y as long as it remains in the minds
of men. Tet this was not his only crime;
others too numerous to mention, and too
much overshadowed by the great tragedy
will remain unnoticed. -. t
The Washington Riot.
' The soldiers' riot in Washington on Sat
urday, the particulars of which are given
in our telegraphic columns, is a significant
commentary upon the order issued on x n
day, removing previous restrictions on the
sale of liquor to soldiers. Such an out
break is the legitfmate result of drunken
ness, and can be ttTibuted to no other
cause. We hope that the authorities may
Jearn a 1 of son from it, and may henceforth
enforce the former regulations, closing
liqaor saloons, with the utmost strictness.
The rebel Brigadier General J. Warren
Grigsby, of Kentucky, nd lately attached
to Forrest' command, is reported to bava
been hung by soldiers stationed at Danville,
Kentucky, on his return to that place, bis
former residence. He wa once a promi
nent lawyer of that State, and. during
Bragg' occupation of that State, wa the
rebel Provost Marsb.il of Boyle and Lin
coln counties, and thus made himself very
obnosious to the people. Grigsby' wife is
a grand-daughter of Governor Shelby, of
Kentucky. : -
"Jfr. Grundy, the New York comic pa
JJ, is announced to appear J uly 1st. .The
enterpriM is formidable one, hot it ftarU
with a large capital, and ought to be no
oefsful. The publishers solicit contribution
from authors and artists, to whom they
SX)Vi - -ilon Tha miner
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY.
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY. New Well upon Pithole--The United
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY. New Well upon Pithole--The United States Welt---Ups and Downs of the
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY. New Well upon Pithole--The United States Welt---Ups and Downs of the Business.
FROM THE OIL COUNTRY. New Well upon Pithole--The United States Welt---Ups and Downs of the Business. [Special Correspondence Cleveland LEADER.]
OIL REGIONS, June 9 65.
Fitbole tjropeny'is' advalSrirxg'TspMry-m
consequence f aeverai er weliaauvrnn;
been struck, and of the increase in the y nut
of those previously producing. The United
State Company well, upon, the Holmden
farm, has been yielding, si ace rt wa first
struck, about three hundred barrels per
day. This ft has done' while laboring under
the disadvantage of having the lucker-roa
still on tt. - Many prophesied that if these
rods were taken out the well would yield
five hundred and perhaps a thousand bar
rel. But the prr prieiors were sensible
enoogu to let wwll enough alone, at least
until the well had enabled the company to
pay handsome drvidendsupon the stock, and
made this company one of the most noted
a pan the list. ' The product of this well
has carried the stock of the company from
$5 per share to $40, and .although, under
the late depression of all stocks, it mi to
(7 or $8, it steadily rose again to over $20.
The well having done so much forks own
ers they- at length decided to draw the
sucker-rods, and the molt has been that
the yield has risen lo eight hundred barrels
per day, and the stock is held to-day by
parties here at $30. This Is the largest
yield of any well now producing in the oil
country. "" '' '
Another well a short distance south of
the above on the adjoining farm belong.
ing to Morehead and others, was struck a
short time sco. It commenced wits seven
ty fl e barrels per day, but has steadily In
creased until it is now doing six hundred
barrels per day, according to report which
I consider reliable.- The History f this
man Moreheac's oil operations is a good il
lustration of the ups and downs of the oil
Dusinr He came out here a year or so
ago with a lutle money which ne put inte
a lease on Oil Creek. He worked at that
until he suck all he had put in; refused
several good offers for bis chance, in the
hope of makiDg a Dig tmcg, u ne struck;
finally gave it up as a bad jab : came down
to first principles ana went to work iot wa
eea at his trade oi blacksmithing; was in
dustrious and saving ; gathered together a
few hundred dollars, and with it bought a
few acres in Pithole, before the United
States well was struck ; divided it up into
acre lots and sold leases at bonus enough
to pay all expenses of putting down three
wells, and something over; superintended
the wells himself, perfectly satisfied to be
greasy and dirty and in the woods, in the
hope of makiDg a strike some time ; and
finally sot this well down which now is
worth a fortune to him. Ue has earned it
and will enjoy it. It is upon the property
of the Boston Oil Well Company, spoken
of in a former letter, Morehead being the
Of course there are hundreds and thou
sands of men who "learn to labor and
to wait" just as faithfully as he did, who
fail after all to win the golden prize, but
is the fact that, now and then, here and
there, one fortunate one does make
strike, that nerves all the rest to toil on,
hoping that their turn will come next. Il
is costly, wearisome business, this putting
your time and money Into a four inch hole
in the ground, and the wonder is not that
so few but that so maiy do strike oil. But
if you are one of the lucky ones, then you
can live on the Avenue and drive your
span ot bays for the rest of your natural
ife. - ! .
lTbe wells upon the Tarr Farm, which
have produced but little during the spring,
are looking up. The old Phillips well,
which at one time wss the wonder of the
country, but wbich has yielded nothing
siece last winter,: is cow .producing one
hundred barrels per day. Most f the
wells u Don this frm have been or are
being re-tubed and a great improvement
is expected ia this famous territory.
Tbe Shippen wel', upon Sugar Creek,
teaoily n-triiov T : ia nnw imoW'-w
ly wm minuroSr uafreia per oay, sua l
claimed that it puropea one hundred and
ten barrels one day inn week. '.
During the month of May, .there were
41,480 baatoie of oil received at Pittsburgh
agtinst 57,411 during- ihe same month
18Gt. A large part or this great falling
off is due to the freshet oi last March,
which stopped so many producing wells,
many ot which are now nearly rtadyto
resume operations; ' ;
The price of crude oil in New York
hither now than last year, oonsderiug the
ainerence in in price or eoui. it is now
about 34 cents against 44 in June of 1864
The country nwds rain sadly. Tbe
streams are very low and tbe ground very
dm ; 6 bowei have been all around us
day but we have-hadonly a-little sprinkle.
At the north, and west of us A thunder
storm is in progress, as I write, and
may be visited by it. Tbe weather during
tnis week ass oeen warm
A Condensing Establishment.
Tbs Elgin (111.) OazetU has the follow
ing in .relation to an establishment now
being built in that city for condensing milk
and also the carcass of the old cow herself,
if required, with a cup of coffee thrown in
The floor of the condensing room is be
ing laid slightly sloping toward the center,
so that any stray slops may run off.
huge shaft passes from the lower story
the root, tnroupn wnicn tne steam may
escape . i ne condenser will D9 copper, and
will probably hold on thousand gallons
milk, just about what can be condensed
one oay. The milk is to be heated
small steam pipes passing through it.
cannot rive the emcees, as Mr. Hubbard
did not know himself, but he told us that
a gallon of milk was condensed to a quart,
so as to be about the consistence of thick
cream. "When it is preserved the same
process is gone through with, except that
loai-ugar is added wnue being " biled
down." A quart, of this ean be afforded
for thirty-five cents, and the inhabitants
our great cities are compelled to pay
least eight cents a quart for the filthy skim
milk wnuh is hawked about by tne milk
men. - But little condensed milk has been
brought into market, but it is eagerly
snatched fit, and tbe products of our new
factory "will no doubt sell like hot cakes.
Then they tell ne they will be able to take
an ox, and in three hours, present every
particle of the nutriment to you, without
particle of fiber, in the shape of a jelly
A compound will Also be prepared, com
posed of ooffee; cream and tugar, so that
you ean pour out acnp of hot water, add
teaspoon! ul of the s tid compound, and you
have a most delicious cup ot oeffae.
The work of ' fitting up tbe building
being pushed forward, but the establish
ment will not be running in some weeks,
may be months. .... .;,
A Condensing Establishment. Major General Barlow.
. Major i General .i Pranci C. Barlow
New York has been, promoted to the full
rank of Jlvjor General Gen.. Barlow.
now in command of the Second Division
of the Second Corps, having recently de
clibed a high command tendered to him
Ga..Gram ia a mod complimentary man
ner. - Gen. Barlow en lie led at the begin
ning of tbe war as a private, won his star
in the 1 Peninsula campaign, and was
wounded, a wa supposed mortally, bath
at Antietam and Gettysburg. By his cap
tare of Major General , JEdward Johnson
and live thousand of his .men at fctputu-yl.
vania Court House he won his brevet, ar
bow his conduct during the closg" can:
paign has been inch that Gens. Grant and
Meade have .selected him for the only fu
vacant Major Generalship. ,
The. "youngest.? daugtter " of Harriet
Beecher Slowe w&p married at St. John's
Episcopal Church, in "Bart ford, Conn., on
Wednesday more irig, to a wealthy Epis
copal minister of Boston. The ceremony wsf
performed by Bishop' "Clark of Bhode
X H. Gillette, Esq, of New i Lebanon,
Columbia county, Hew York, by letter in
forms the Clerk" of the Supreme Court
the District of Columbia that he is retain-."
ed by some of the friends of Jeff. Davis, as
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG.
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox and Ruins---Cockade City---
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox and Ruins---Cockade City---Mares of Shot and Shell---Colored
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox and Ruins---Cockade City---Mares of Shot and Shell---Colored Schools---Loyal Papers---Gages---Jarratt
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox and Ruins---Cockade City---Mares of Shot and Shell---Colored Schools---Loyal Papers---Gages---Jarratt House--Belt of Desolation---Fortilfications
DAY IN AND AROUND PETERSBURG. Richmond to Petersburg---The Appomattox and Ruins---Cockade City---Mares of Shot and Shell---Colored Schools---Loyal Papers---Gages---Jarratt House--Belt of Desolation---Fortilfications---Fort Steedman----The
Mine-Fort Hell—Fort Wadsworth—
Poplar Grove Church. etc.
PETERSBURG, VA, June 1, 1865.
th section of country on the June
river in the vicinity of Bichmond, the trip
by rail to Petersburg is mainly through a
barren, unsettled and uninteresting region.
Distance twenty-two miles, fare one dollar,
and the Government run but one tram
day each way. A short distance from
Bichmond a line of rebel fortifications is
passed, earthworks and rifle pits. .
Petersburg is at the head of navigation
on the Appomattox river, a branchof tbe
James. The rebels on their retreat burned
the bridges, and fragment of a locomotive
and train in the river show a determination
to prevent pursuit by steam. Some of the
large tobacco and other warehouse on the
river were also burned, as well a in de
pot of the Weldon railroad. The rebels,
however, when compelled to yield thecity,
left no such extensive Irackof desolation
a at Bichmond. .:!--
Petersburg ranks as the second city in
Virginia in sizJ, was the hot-bed of seces
sion, and bears many marks of Yankee
siege and shell. Our brave boys advanced
their works so near the proud "cockase
City" that shot and shell whLh passed
over the rebel forts plunged into the
town, and many buildings, particularly in
the vicinity of the gas works, were stru;k
from one to three or four times. Shells
make ugly hole in brick walls and in
roofs, and many are still unrepaired.- Aven
the JarrattHouse.oneofthe principal hotel,
bears two shot marks, and the steeple of one
of the Petersburg churches stands awry
from the crash of a shell through it." In
the suburbs nearest our line the bank
where the street leads through a ravine Is
filled with oven looking holes in which the
inhabitant took shelter when bombard
ments were going on. Cellars and base
ments were also frequently used as places
of refuge, and life in Petersburg was any
thing but a holiday. A feeling of real re
lief was general when the Yankees came
marching in with the old flag fly irg, and
the negroes describe their demonstrations
of joy as fully equal to the wild exulta
tions in the North on the fall of liicnmond
and the surrender of Lee. ' Petersburg,
under the military rule of General Hart
suff, is the most orderly and quiet of cities.
The people appear to submit cheerfully to
the new order of things, business is reviv
ing, Northern visitors are flocking here,
colored schools have been established, and
two loyal daily papers have taken the place
of tie lormer treasonauie uguuog cocs,
one of them being tne "iauy .Express,
whose rebel editor died ever so many times
in the last ditch of bloodless biavado.
The "Express" still live, and again "rallies
round the oia nag. . xue um ijf now
. i n u mi T . : 1 xr . I
has been established sinoe Petersburg be
came a conquered and loyal city.
There is a large negro population
Petersburg, who constitute the original
true Union men," women and cmiarei.
The change from slavery to freedom has
brought joy unspeakable. The institutionsof
Tmu-riaea and sraooi are eagerly emDraceo.
At noon, coming in fro a view - of the
fortifications, a procession of colored school
pirls wo mat with books in nana and nap
piness beaming from dusky faces. In riding
about the city towards evening, negnes
were often seen sitting in or about the
doors of their homes, intent 1 upon
books, tr-ting hard to master privileges
never aocorded to them a slaves. The
emancipated now get wages in striking
vice. A woman who bad been a servant
at the Jarratt House for twenty six yean,
stated that last year the entire pay given
her was forty dollars in Confederate
money, with which amount she only
bought a pound of . sugar ad a pound
of soant Now she gets her six dollars
month in good greenbacks. One of the
men servants, who formerly worked
his board and clothes, hi extra pay being
stripes, now receives nftsen dollars aweei.
11 ia black face wore a iook oi real sausiao-
tlon as he stid be hoped so in to be able
buy a snug home for hi bow own wile
and children, fie had two ooy employed
in the Jarratt at good wages. .The Jar.
ratt House, closed during th hottest of tbe
eieg", by the way, is now in enterprising
Yankee hands, well kept and doing well.
Terms, four dollars a day, in greenbacks,
soap included. Confederate currency
flat here as in Bichmond, a colored boot
black indignantly refusing a " (J for
single nolUh I " American- citizens of At
rlcan descent" in the Old Duminion will
soon settle the vexed question ot " what
to be done with tbe aegro?" so far
they are concerned, if " let alone." They
will be found u irrepressible" enough to
take care or themselves.
Petersburg is nearly 'surrounded with
broad belt of desolation, the result of rebel
war. The fortifications, fJon federate and
Federal, extend in a continuous line, ever
thirty miles, and their description must be
familiar to every newspaper reader. To
see and examine can only give a full idea
of their extent and their importance.
The rebels deliberately ' erected ' two
lines of splendid earthwork defeases, and
our brave, determined boys threw up two
and often three lice of similar works in
their front in spite of bayonets and big
guns. The country worked over is eleva
ted and undulating, and before the war
was covered with plantations and frequent
pine groves with an occasional oak forest.
Ihe sou is neniana essay excavated, ana
for some miles in width not a vestige
buildings and fences is left, and most
the timber has been cut off for torts,
huts and fuel. Far as the eye can reach
earthworks of every kind are visible, the
whole country appearing to nave been
duglhrough,and this for a full day 's journey.
In many places, such as fort bteadman,
Port Heli, the Crater, where the
bloodiest fighting was done, the lines are
within almost a stone' throw of each
other and still bear marks of the terrible
hail of shot and shelL. Port Stead man
an earthwork in a clump of big oaks, and
the trunk and limbs are gashed and
crashed with rebel missiles. The now
peaceful vale between the works is a fa
vorite resort of battle-field relic hunters,
the narrow space being literally planted
with the iron seed of Mars. Prom Stead
man as well as Fort Hell the city of Pe
tersburg lies -within shelling rang, and
from these works and the batteries between
received many scart a well a scare. .,
The . famous Mine, now called by the
rebels the Urater, is another point of great
interest. It is in the midst of heavy forti
fications stretching at far as light oa tbe
right and left, and has already been so wash
ed down by rains as to be accessible from
all quarters. Here an intelligent rebel sol
dier of Mahone's division 'explained the
locality of the- mine, the approach to it,
tbe unexpected explosion, the swallowing
up of the rebel gun and . mn of the bat
tery, the fierce assault of our troops, their
bloody repulse, and the buritl of some fuur
thousand boys in blue within'the fimhstf
the Crater. The speaker related what 1
saw and part ot which he was,, and said
that had the assailing forces promptly fol
lowed up their advantage from the mine,
axd pueBed forward, P tersburg Would
have fallen ' and tbe entire Confederate
works would have bean At our mercy.
The rebels seized upon the delay to- rally
and turn splendid success into damaging
defeat. While overlooking tbe unpre
tending Crater from which guns and
armed men are gone and blood a talcs
washsd away, one ean scarcely realize the
so recant terrible presence of "grim-vlsager
Fort Sell, flanked by ' Fort ' lmnalron
is another famous locality, and dreaded by""
the rebels, i-Their works are quite M tna
formidable, but unliks Fort Stead man, thsy
did not rashly rush into Fort Holland pay..
dear for thnir temerity. They were con
tent to shell tbe hard named places from be--'
1 h rutttlemqnts. A-carriage road
of the strongest, most extensive and best
preserved fortifications alongjhe Federal
For Wads worth is in tbe vicinity of the
line of the destroyed Weldon railroad,
come six mila Irora - Petonbarft and a
large, model work. It is built of earth and
pine Jogs, and strengthened with rebel rail
road iron. Here everything Is yet com
plete, l eking- nty m and cannon to
make war real. The winter quarters of tn
soldier adjacent are comiortable log huts
f nina with ruria chimnevs and doors, the
roofi of tent canvss being removed.
The huts are located compactly on
rrv atreeU. and - present quite a
smart, village appearance. Everything
must have been tasty ana neat wuou
new, but already decay disfigures tne ae-u-
fcnmna where so many noble volun
teers waited and watched for the final "On
trt "Rir-hmATlfl I '
lit sight of Fort Wadswortb, from the
midst of a beautiful cluster of symmetrical
nua the tall, slim SDire ol ropiar
GrovOaurch, a perfect gem of the sol
diers forest sanctuary. The Church is
surely rustic m style and ornament, is
hunnd.' with elaborate vestibule
and iwer, broad chancel and O-n
venient: vestry, ,, and nac . gotu-
windows, cross-barred witu sinai
niiiM TAfl enure ouiuue . n.
.;a ' A Aa
are oonstruciea o, raigu p.uoo ---- -Wk
on set on end. smaller pinesbetwi en
. ...j - r... with tl A
tne log making a tasty exterior finisb.
The zotbio doorway, windows and turret
aWanily finished with small pines in
imitation ot carved work, sua wo ujwu.
i arched with evergreens, anenoori
nlit Dines, tbe roof of shingles made by the
soldiers on the spo, and two lire-places
made the church comfortable for congrega
Hons of three or four hundred worshippers
in midwinter. ' Over the mam entrance ia
the following inscription :
"Presented to the Trustees of the
"Poplas Gaov Church
'By the 60 h N. Y. V. Engi.eurs.
j -'0ptan M H. MoGbath,
: ' ! "Architect and Builder.
X SPArjlDiBG, Brevet Colonel Oommand-
; A Am narada srround fronts the Church
with round pine sidewalks across the end
and bo each side. On the n Jit range the
offirss quarters, ' also of pine in rustic
led. floored and fitted for comfort
with parlors, Doarooma, eio. duiuo ui
parlors are nicely papered, and walks of
J ' . . . . . o - ... .kA
pus connect tne uuuuiug u --
mrHs are enclosed with evergreen trinch
On the left is the soldiers' village of log
hats; as neatly nut up and arrant ed as tor
permanent homes. ' A tew soldiers only
guard this lovely spot, which, if located
Heart some Northern city would be the
most favorite ofr esorta. On a knoll is the
cemetery, enclosed with a rustic fence and
gateways. The graves are all marked with
the I names, etc , of the occupants.
In the distance towers anoDaervaiory over
l.mltinc the rebel works and Petersburg.
and stretching away on either band are tbe
deserted log villages of our armies and the
everlasting earthworks and lines of abattis
and chavaux-de friexe. With the first set
ting sun of summer tbe quiet of Jfeace set
tles over this historic land, and hallows for
ever the graves of the heroic host who
hera : .
-sank to rat
Wnh aU their coumrj's fcoiiOra blert.
J. A. H.
, We find the following in the New York
papers of Saturday :
Secretary Seward walked to the State
Department to-day from bis residence, for
the tint time since he received his inj-riee.
His lady, who has been confined to her
bed lor a week past, is quite low.
THE PRESIDENT'S GUARD.
' .Company K, Fifteenth - Pennsylvania
Volunteers, wbo have done guard duty
tbe White House for Presidents Lincoln
and Johnson, have been relieved from
duty, and have gone home to be mustered
out. They have Deen relieved by Com
pany -D, Ninth Begiment Veteran Beserve
people are flocking here
great numbers, avowedly for the purpose
of ascertaining what is to be the future
eff , and are demonstratively loyal enough.
'iBoyce, Jones and Houston, of Alabama,
are. prominent among them, and speak
kindly ot the President, A ftct, however,
no material importance. 'Ihe two former
were introduced a few days since to Secre
tary Stanton by Simon Cameron, and were
The soldiers belonging to the 221 Army
Corps have erecteJ a simple monument
red sanaxtone, twenty feet nigs, near
Stone House ou the old Bull Bun, battle
field, in commemoration of the first battle
and tbe heroes slain there. This will
dedicated on Sunday, and a small party
will go out from this city to participate
THE CASE OF MRS PERRINE.
- Mrs. Perrine, wbo wa tried in this city
by a military . commission about a month
ago, for giving aid and comfort to the ene
my, when the train was captured be
yond Baltimore in July last, had an audi
ence with the President at 8 o'clock this
evening. - Sbe aiked to be unconditionally
released from custody and the charge
against her, or, it mere De a conviction and
sentence in the case, that she be pardoned.
Tbe President holds the matter under ad
visement until to morrow.. . It is under
stood that the military commission found
Mrs. Fer.-ine guilty, and imposed a light
sentence upon ber, but the sentence has
been officially promulgated.
FRANCHISE IN TENNESSEE.
The act to limit the elective franchise
which has just passed the Tennessee Lrgis
lature, bears with severity upon those who
instigated tbe rebellion. Tne classes dis
franchised for fifteen years are substantial
ly those excepted in President Johnson's
proclamation of amnesty, save the twenty
thousand dollar clacs; but in addition, tbe
law disfranchises all persona who left their
homes within the jurisdiction nd proteo
tion.of tbe United States, or fled before
the approach of the national forces, and
passed beyond the Federal lines into the
so-called dtates for the purpose of aiding
the rebellion. Thus, all the leading rebels
who ran away away with the government
bank atiet are debarred their political
lor the next fifteen
' A. P. Xicbo'son, who withdrew from tbe
United States Senate on the breaking out
of tha rebellion, has filed a petition with
tbe - President f ir pardon and amnesty.
Me, Nicholson plead most piteously that
his sins be lorgiven. These sins, according
to Nicholson, are rather of omission than
commission. He sajs he was not in fsvor
of secession, nor did he take any active part
in the retetlion. He argues, in effect, that
..his effauoa was more in failure to stand
the Union than in acts against the govern
ment. We are informed that Mr. Nichol
son has actually applied for pay as Senator
from-Tennessee, during the remainder
time which he did not fill. - -
DRUGS At MEDICINES.
MISERABLE PEOPLE. Thousands
affer froa th' m it t nib nci of gloom
amf dcprtasioii wKh-ot apparent care 1 n lb-ae
( I tin NnM ad SUmica are atwaf rUxL
los thcta with the B1UK KC A, and health. Tl
at-d cheerfulo m trill malt. Price One Douar
Bottle. For saie bj
. tiaCBCHILO BROTHER,
' Jn - - - las ta.erle street.
t tftUlitf AND MAMJltJlNJto IHH
J attejMtoaef r&TsMsoaan sUjmm vua
la ,. t. . t -
; fare ni Keilable UMlclne
a tafieatfaav soUotMl Is mi stock, write som-prl
tes a eoaplett aaaortineat of evwrtiilaf periai
! THE DSL'S TMDI.
j aad at oxtoez to lamnsadsfmcuoo totbeonrebftest
Xiasux uo 8iraioAi. iHsraonjrfa, Tim, Toa
TtiusiSKS &msm vnouuna
f tlwIaMtaadBKMtevprmd pattens, aoU
Perfumery ana Taacj Articles,
la retarlrr. Aieoa (too as WO.00W hi
q Uy ooad SO aene ta Market. .a
Aent lor DAY aPtlhlS, sua auat ooupUte
MS of SpUats erec offered to tbe Profeetioa. Cona
kry Phjntetaaa are perthmlerly trtTttod te ea esaat
taetioa of ny (took, and will la It to tarts ad.
aitaa t tavor w with their otden.
iiaJi a. W. HUH 11. SBpeTttt'
OUwAB&?BIUE3 GREATLY BB
O PUUSUom ait kinds of Saw, and we are not
to be vnHereold, find the light plaee Bo. 1SS
lDtartoitieut 1 - , - - - j
YE FLOUBI BYE FLOUBI Par
Jel lots to salt, at Warehouse of
DI3CHABGE3 OF THE EARS, &a
DR. LIGHT HILL,
LIT s or
Ho. SI SU Harks Place, new York city.
Will commence hia engagement
AT PAINESVILLE, LAKE COUKTY,
At the Parmly House, from Tuesday, June
13tb, until Saturday, June 17th, 185.
AT ELBYIA, LORAIN, COUNTY
At the Beebe Houee, from Tueednr. June
20th, until Saturday, June 21th, H o j. '
AT MEDINA, MEDINA COUNTY,
, . . . OHIO. -
At the American Hotel. . from Tuesday,
June 27th, until Saturday, July 1st, 186-3.
' ' ! AT CLEVELAND,
At Bussell' Forrest. City House, from
Monday, July 3d, until baturday, July
DB. O. B. LIGHTHILL'8 first visit to
Ohio was induced by numerous applications
for treatment from parties unaole to visit
Dew lork for that purpose, and who can
not be successfully treated except after a
Dersnal examination. " His practice' has
been so successful that he has repeated his
visits to Cleveland several times. Still he
finds that it is almost as difficult for some
parties desiring his service, lo visit him at
Cleveland, that in comp:ience witn tne re
quest of many citizans, he has consented,
before returning to Aurope, to visit Sbvami
central points ia Northern Ohio, making
Cleveland his headquarters so that all who
desire can consult him. -
For the past twelve year Dr. Lighthill
has paid exclusive attention to the treat
ment of deafness and catarrh- in its vari
ous forms. . lie has practiced in New Yo'k,
and other principal Eastern eitits, where,
until a few months past, he was atsociatej
with his cousin, Dr. B Lighthill, and,
together they have acquired , a standing
which has earned tor the " Lighthill In
stitute" its present great reputation.
From Hie Kev. B. T. Welch, formerly Potior
of Vie Pearl Street Paptitt Church,
Albany, New York. ,
. NjrwTOB villa, Nov. 10, 1865.
DaLiQHTIuxl Doar Sit: Allow me
express my grateful tbaiks for tbe skid
and kind attention rendered to my daugh
ter, whose ears have been badly affdeted
for many years, and for someamonths past
hss been neaily deprived of hearing. The
loss of this important sense is certainly
sad deprivation, painfully embarrassing,
have experienced it. If, therefore, there
be a remedy lor this great evil, the cause
of humanity obvious iy rrquirus that
should be universally disseminated. I feel
it my duty, therefore, and.it affords me
much pleasure, to give my testimony to the
happy f fleets of your treatment and reme
dies.. 3iy daughter uts suffered from deaf
ness since early childhood. The left ear
ha been badly diseased. The ritrbt ear.
also, tor several years, was seriously adect-
ed, and the dneate apparently increasing,
threatening the entire lose cf hearing.
was with extreme difficulty that sbe could
participate in the conversation' of her
friends, and for two vears has been de
prived of this source of social eijjyment.
Happily my attention was directed to your
advertisement, and I was induced to place
her in your care: Your treatment, under
care of a kind Providence, bn been suc
cessful. ' Her hearing, so tar sb lean Judge,
appears to be prflectiy restored. VV be'.u-
er this restoration is permanent is a Ques
tion time alone can determine, but present
results are certainry very gratily ing.
I am, dear sir, -
-, Truly and gratefully yours,
.. , B. T. Walch, D. D.
From Sen. Fred S Jeioell, Professor of
btate bormal behool, Albany, N. .
Dr. Lighthill Dear Sir : Under date
of March 14, I sent you a careful sta'enient
of my case, my former treatment, my fait
ure to obtain relief in that Direction, my
roe or t to your treatment and iia beneficial
I have been, from tbe winter of the year
1844, subject to violent periodic tl attacks
of catarrh, marked by febrile svptom-, vio
lent innammation ol the lining u embranes
of the cavities of the tuad, accompanitKlin
the first stages by a watery discharge from
the nose, subsequently beconiii.g acrid and
yellow and towards the close of the attack
purient and bloody.; These attacks pro
duced a most distressing species of head
ache, occurring periodically each day for
period varying from one to three wetto,
sometimes so violent as to inopiciate me
lor businees, and confine me to my bed. At
times the attendant. kfUinmation would
extend to tbe teeth, produce toothache,
to tbe threat, occasioning hoareenors and
partial loss of voice; and twice within the
last few years it ha so affected the, right
eye as to confine ma for week to a dark,
I had tried medicines and applications
of various kinds ; scuflj and other catarrh
al preparations of some half a dozen kinds
application to the bead of camphor,
ginger and hot fomentation of different
kinds ; and in connection with these the
usual emetics and cathartics employed
induce counter action. But none ot these
had produced an permanent improve
ment, and in the few instances in wbi :h
temporal relief was afforded, it was at the
expense of so much strength as to leave
me greatly exhausted. ' Under these cir-com-tarees
I was led, though with some
reluctance, from the supposed incurability
of tbe disease, to make a trial of your
treatment. I found it scon beyond .tveu
my topes reaching the disease as it had
never oeen readied before, and allevia'inir
its symptoms to aa extent which I had
supposed impossible. At the time wbon
gave you my former certificate, while
did not feel assured of a complete cure,
had obtained a material relief which amply
repaid me fur n.y trial ot your treatment,
aud which satisfied me that that treatment
wi as effective as it was simple and philo
sophical. A substantial escape from my
old attacks of c&tarrb, for the almost un
precedented period of nearly halt a year,
and that in spite of sevt re attacks of ill
ness, which would have formerly rendered
such an occurrence inevitable, was, to me,
proof of an important success. It is no
six months since I sent you that statement,
and wt ile it is un pleasant for me to appear
thus constantly, and in this guise, before
the public, it seem to me a matter of sim
ple justice to yourself and to' those whe
may be suffeiirg as I was, to add that
am not only as fully satisfied as to the util
ity and efficacy of your treatment of ca
tarrh a I wa six month ago, but I am
now of tbe belief that if there is such
tntog as a cure for Chbokic Catabbh, in
my case a substantial cure has been effected.
FBBSi BieK S. JXWBLL,- '
Prof, cute Normal School.
Albast, H. Y, Sept. L 1864.
TRIMMED BONNETS AND HATS.
'rom aud efir hle dete we ell at a
l.B.E REDUCTION IH rhlOW.
Tor Bergaia, oall et
J 10 M"RS.W. BOOT t 0".'S.
LINftN CARPET WARP Believed
So be bettrr then Cott-o, at sack kte prloa-
. lilLUe, UHiawUbu e o..'S -
8IT Snperioe Itrf t.
Crumb, Baslingtoii 4 Kendall
OFFEB BABS BABGAIHS
Ia the (oUewInc Goods: . i
GBAPK MOBI1B ALL BHADaS, - -.
ROTS' OOTTOS STOCKISOa,
BCS TJMBBILLtS 4H0 PABAbOlA -
. BflAWba, I ! J- : 1
With a variety of Pran Sowds wa
CHEAP TABLE j,
At extrwaely Low Prieee. C, B. A
rpAYLOB, GBISWOLD CO,
L 17S0lOt8T.. '
Offr On Hundred Doeea HeaMil cad HsnAAer-
CQI , at aboat ooe-ba r their reel lilts
Jon7 SIT Bopertoretr-oi.
CJUMMEB CLOTHISG-Openirg this
O derat I. DvWirr A nO'S,
7 and It Pub t- 8iwt.
BLA.CK SILK CLUABIMGs Elegant
Black Sllke lecelree this dey.
4 n. vm w itt a -
Jno7 7 and 1 1 Pobl-c Square.
LADIKh' CLOAKS Black 8Uk and
Uoih Garawats ia g-eat TarltT.
j . a. faw lira w ,
JqdT 7 aad it Pvbllo rqaere.
H. T. H0VVER & CO.,
Are off -ring
SPECIAL BARCA NS IN
RWh" Oottonti -Brown
Matrtmtc PHntu -
Fcot h AlnKhams
Md Tbl- CoTt r
MrMlte Qa Its
Htftck ftDd while Atpm
New Bhis Alpsft . -i
Oottoa - -
PLA.IN SILKS IN ALL COLORS
SEEDED BILKS IN ALL COLOB3
RICH BLACK SILKS.
830 Superior Street, Coraer Sestecsw
H. T. HOWES & CO.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
WILL OPEN OS MONDAY,
la Beantlfm! Besifoe. ;
la Gheae, Stripe an Plaid.
Black and White Cbetk Silks,
la So rid an Broken Checks- '
Black sd Colored erenafllnc,
Black and colored Daps loretz,
With a large eetonaeat of
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS
deptcd for Summer wear.'
Jna3 Ho. 8H Bnoertor street.
I) ABUAIHS ' ' -.'
1. 1. BALDWIN A Oi. will ofler oa avnrdari
3d Uat., Bargaios Eitra-rdtnery in
Rieacti d Oottont,
JrUh I loea,, -
Lie. o T-ble Clothe.
1 Inee Ban'Senh'i-ft.
Xmb fd Hendketchlefa,
Asal Point leco CoUau. '
OKI PRICE oSLT.
j"ns I BALDWIN CO.
HOWEil & HIGBEE
ISV1TS BPECtlli ATrEHIIOH TJ
Plain Kich Silks!
JU8T BICEITID, WITH
OF SUPERIOR qVAUTT,
15 ALL TBI
Favorite Shades of the Season,
Some qafW new ant ran.
01.1. AID tH THIV, AT
239 SUPEBIOB STEEET,
rn tbb raioas or
BaTinc anrchaeed er etoek of Linen Goods
alnra the beerv decline of Mold. 1 am enabled
offer then at E realty reduced rates. Ia tae etock
will be fuoud
Bleached Table Bamask at $1.25
Former price, SS.UU a raid.
Bleached Table Bamank at
Former price, . a yard.
Unbl'd Table Danaakonlj $1 a jard
PILL W-0Ael LIBIS, at kost qoalitles,
W til IB TABLC-0LOTB at 3.00; actaallj
worth now, S6.00.
NAPA1M3, IX) t LIS, and IIMSS BOBOWS,
Band-spun Damask, Toteels, Diapers, te.
All IJnee Oooda eold bj me ere warranted of th
rery beet mno actnre, aod will be eold off ea low
a? Mien qnel nee or goooe cen ne Hjm.
isl R - e Dekee of badiee' anl OenU' HAMt
EEHUaiE(8end eume B KO N T B LECty 'TH8,
sliKhilr wet, wul b sold off at tery 'ow pneen.
a. HTM AN.
apt:8M Oor. Bvnerlor and Pnbilo Hqnere.
JUST RECEIVHD FBOM AUOTiOS
aed Ma nfactnrere.
1U0 grse Ilk Tiiaimmg uora.
Pmoked Pearl outioaa.
White do do
do Ivory d-. - "
PrM-4 H- rn do
6 do. Ladiei eilk at d Li:e Thread Sieves.
too do do oi'k alt-s.
1 O do do hiteOottoa ficee. .
16"i do do Cant 8o:k.
Beeid hundred of Job Lote of Oooda, alio
which weofff to Merchant. vnk9 w0tj0Q fral.
era ard Dri;gisM, at lemarkably low Bgure. CI
We have Just reeeived SSOOO Liuoota Mourning
M. HALLS OO., '
or!" 11 Watee etreet.
IRON AND NAILS. -
Q L B V B L A ND "
CALVIN CABS,' '
No, 85 Merwin treet 01.BV1TLABT).
loner or tas
Eagle Iron and Nail Work",
WOLFE, EOWABD & OO.'S
aXUAliSIOil tt'.AkS nttKKS,
Aoanor or ras
Hiawatha &nt aad Bolt' Work,
JAMES WOOD t CO.'S PATEDT WROUGHT IRON
GAS PIPtS AND TUBUS.
Alao, MauurMturera Agrata fr amrleaa aad
Bnsitab brd ul ft-al.
With these auftviior and well-known brance, aud
the Inereeeed ibippinc -aotliUr of th llg1bje t
callty. toei,.r wit. prompt attention to order t
MAKUFiOi I'RKHS'PalOKS, I hop to aeiit a
literal ahanof public patronu. , , , .
Jn9.lg M Mrrwln . and and T o Peck.
IKON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN &C0.f
. So. a aad 1 lenrli Street, -sixioire
block, - M
a. . eT.amua, saowai, Bwansia
Cleveland, O. .. loungltown, O. ,
Manuiacturan and Wtslsasls Dsalen la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop ft Bfteetlron,
SAILS OUT ABB WBOtlOBTBPim
HOT AND COLD PRESSED I UTS ARD WASHEM
last aid Bprlng Kteei, tUau, tu- :
froa Dealer, aailroea aad Mrnra ftiaawalei
Ship and Briug builder, Maohlnlat and Mani.
facturora, who deelr a quality of Iron Skat will
vnt're eatufaotlo., r mpeclfally nqnestvd
Se favor u w-th their order, whloh shall alwayt
oommknJ onr prompt aad earefnl attoataoa.
Beier to Buainem Mea and Baakti generally.
KOH AMD AAIIt WAitiUOUSBa
Ba.n, BS, SS T 1 0LKVELA5D, f Be M. ' 7
. Klvor otreet. f OHIO. 1S oe the boat
: I0RBHOI - rTTaJV T J ' ' l'-'
. Wnouaale Aceaoy for taaal oC , ....
Bnanabcrcer' J a a 1 a ta Halls,
b ammo mad Borsvahoae, Caevasevwcr Oct
and Juniata SbwM Us a, btwenaerg.i'a K.
mad. from Juniata Iron, ohftehberfWr Janiatf
Bolter Plat. Juniata Ruts Bquar and Huagoa
Alo Bar iron, wincow wta, axtra Barea wria
, Ao. at sUBBBonrs' prioee. IrcU
iSiEJC B.O. O
r-V-ji - PERaTANENTLT LOCATED AT "
BJo., 140 , SajKjrlst Street, GeTelfinfl,
books "Are: sold
1 r SEND FOR A
J' Al A mt f T" Cjf XT T C,mer a '- -wa w'-. im -rwew avt
-iTI.. TOCS PH0T0SR1PH ALBUM AT.. IHS MET20P0LITJ .
!'''"' I" 8KND FOB A DB3CK1FTIVK CATALOOUSf :
a BUY. YOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
- i SElfD FOR A CA
BUY YOUR PR A YE US
8BSD IOK A
8m trra' mnwf fr any mrcrel Albnwj
.-i SMat ia tne Bia.a rur In nuiufy, eaa
A Gift worth froin
r-r.Ay-J.. WIXH EACH BOOK.
fMhXi aommanieatioaa ihoold fcw addrcasad to - . . - -
K . ; STORE!
at publishers- prices.
A aw-eF . rttl n'TSrw'Wj "
0AXALOOUI., - .-,rrr,
yoa want, aeel I will aral yaw J
a ssaaaaouia win wish Ea.(.JA.
50 Cents to $100.
140 eurxaioR Btkitt, Ci.kvla2d, O.
UNITED STATES -
7 r 30 LOAN.
By aolaorHy of tbe Basnteiy of ta Treaenry,
the udenljraed,the3enaral SobicrlpUoa Ageat.lbr
tketaleof CnrtedSUtea rJeoarittea, effer te tk
pnbUo the third s tries of Traarary Sotes, Wring
serea and three-tenths per cent. Interest per annua
kaowaattht" - ,
The no tea mr iuued nader date of Jaly
ISbA, tvod arfp7bie tiirien from that dU In
tmxnacjt orr oonrotloU t tlis option of ths
bolder into '
. V. 8. 5-20 Elx Per Cent.
Thees. Bonds aro worth a hendiome premioo,and
are exempt, as are all the Government Boeds, from
GowNfj, mmd Htmicipat loxerum, were add from ons
ie leret yrwet per eweina te leeir vbJm, eeeoiding
to the rate leried npon ctker property. The Inter.
est Is payable semi-annually by Co. pone atucheiT
to each aote, which may be ent off and sold ta any
benk or banker.
TAe Imtereat at 7-30 pr ct. amoasts ta
was rant per Day on a 830 Hate.
Twa Iwata . " - - ftloO -Tea
. " . . " 8a0
JM ' to
(1 aauoo "
Motes of all denomination! named will be prompt
ly furnished upon reo.lpt of mbecrlptions.
The Notes of the Tnlrd Series are prcc!e'y eimi
lar lnlorm and privileges to the SeTen-lnhtiei
already euld, exeept that the Government eeeenee
to tmetf tbe option oi payin lntereet la so d com
at S per cent. iated or T a lOtha in enrrency. bnb
saribera will dodnot the intereet la currency op to
Jaly Uta, at the time when they snbaoribe.
The delirtry of tbe notes of this third eerie of
the beven-thtrtue will e immeaoe on the lt of
Jane, aad will be made promptly and coatiunonely
after that date.
Tbe eiight charge meda In tbe oonditior.s of thie
TaittD bSSIH aflBeieon y the matter of inter
est. The peyment In (old, U made, will be ejulte-
leat to toe earrncy intereet of tbe higher rate.
The eelara to specie payments, in tbe cTect of
which on y will the optun to pay inttreet la Sold
be trailed of, woold ee rednce aad eqaalls prices
that purchases made with elx per cent. In gold
weald be fully equal to thoie made with aenn aud
three-teaths per cent, la currency. XkU is
TC8 oniynran in awrRct
ow o flexed by the Gurernoient, aad it aoporlor
adrantsges nuke it the
Great Popular Lcaa cf tlia People'
Lew than I ),000,fJ00 of the Loan authorised by
the laat Ooaicress ar bow oa tb market. Thie
amount, at the rate at which it is beiog absorbed
will a 1 bo anbecribed for within sixty days, wha
tb nwtee will undoubtedly c.mnand a premlom.
as has uniformly been die dim on closing the sub
scription to other Losnt.
Ia order that citiaeue of every town and section
of the country may be afforded faoilitiea for taking
the loan, tb Rational Banks, Slat Bar. la,
Print Banker throughout tb country hat gen
' erallf aaieed to teo-dve subeorlptioni at par. 8ab-
oribers will (elect their own agent, fu whom U
f have eenfMene, and w ho only are to be reeponelbl
for tbe delivery of the notes for whloh lhay recelTe
o. 11 South Third iImi, Philadelphia.
May IS, 1865.
' Sahscription will be recelrrd.by tk ,
. FIK8T KAilONAL BASK,
' SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
,. MEECHANT3 NATIONAL BANK,
' COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland.
SAFES AND SCALES.
6 United BUtas atandaiO
WBvrrmBted oonwet nd dunv
ble. lot VvTrti
r . ut.ra A atw. --'
(Alum end Dry Pleatr,l .- -;
S A F E S !
In, Knriclar aad team) rraevf, over a.
liferent 8tle aad Dines, tut CwunUug kouee.
' Alao, Forwytb,a Warebanw Tmck
Oapjlma; f reawea, Narr Billa, Ao.
P0R8VTH A ROfJtiH,
Uwral Weetern Ageuta,
ebv-.RS r? Wtt ttrwt. IHM-Unfl Ohi
JBIUilPH OF ART.
Hlg Miking aad iaulrs' Hlr Drtjtfel.g
HAS ALL THE LATEST NVENTIONS IN WIG 0hK.
SCC TBI ILLTIMOS an It Mta to charm.
CCBLt rHBCB BATnsa.i BIMOLEM
Jue rlrd diref) large euaotity of thi lean-tl-ul
kalr. Ldu pleave call, examine and ate .'or
1T JHM AUD BBVTD4 A Targ aad weU
eeleetad lo;k nlway on hard.
WfTIt-ftlkl, BtliKitFir BI", BO
GBNB BOWS and F.N0 1 Btili-fRfSB,
mad. by tbe advertiser eeual to thov imported.
- aa Ladies' oen Bratda ma' into aoy of the
above He .o.Dre without Injury to settcu
Ladle' Hi- Dre-eltg. Curling and Bair 'Hitttcg
done In Ihe lat-t ud mo t prevailing atytr.
HAIB DIBiNli rllca r ttenl;oa paid to
thi. braoob of the butt 'iuel-eto' fy.a.e.
a T AND roLD BA H8 always ready The
beet bethtur apa'tttent. in IN. rt.y. JeT
DB. HALIilWiiLL, oumtom Dentu-t,
rcavpsMtfnllT noonoM to the pnbllc Rf-normlly,
that hf hM removed from bit old lntkl Rooms oa
tk Pn'H5 HqTi e, to bto eiri Btook, 9 Hlcblfu
street, wbre be htm fitted o befvotlinl mf to ot
Room and i nem pi toiwwtBiwd wait ,n all
old and bw Datrou wlm maj piaase to ftror blm
With a call.
RTiriOT4lj TrSTH flxnd oa nv Inprored
prtipoi. ad nrlid at erioeo within tbo reao
of ail. aUknrowioa;i by th Proftw-t-ion generally,
tut thtir Beanty, Btrenth aad unmbllicy. Rrcrj
one that t-Mff Ibem dltear 1 thetr ofd ants, tf ahia.
N Mjaly aDat-tiiit Dyeiiiary 'iht a t oom.
loted, at Kow S6 Ml Xjcan street, n-nh side, sec
ond door Troa Ontario, and fx of Frr-peet troei,
Olewolnrsd.- (m;8) A B HAlLlEiiL,M,D.
rj'J.BXH ! TfiSrH TitJSTU ! x -Br.
Lata oi the Arm ot Siuiwiu tt Dun, h)
ftlll at his old aetabtt-hM vetrtik Uommt oornor ol
Ontario atraoi and FnWie Bqaara, maMlnc ttaaM
Inwalaafcb cen. ArtlAoAai Teeth, at the old prices
before toe war. An Up er or Low. get from 1 10
fco WlV- ) wrvrw- wtkrrviritM ' - -wii'VaiA
KW LOT OF GAB1TET GOODf-
U7 WeddeU Jloueu.
gECTBB A POLICY
Life InsurancQ C o.;
07 NEW YORK,
Which now onVr advaataa-aa tueeTloT ' ksss of
any other Li: Company.
Ail! aitch Ursrt t-M the iimU n tihtr U
uaruM JoaipBj i tb UiaicMt 5itv,
The Uat Cash DlTldit
Of preTBlnoir. p.u. Bind larftw thn bu bn de. .
0a&ru4 bj ami otsxa lira Jsa. Oo. i in Woau).
riVTPTCNW r now declr-1 nsr.i,i.T. r4
t ftTisilahl for pt.ymDt of cminm- t th nd
ofth "rtt ?fCMMthcQ beo'rttliie- rom
ttny other Lira fmptcr; thny trcrrrh g to ih
norvd nm dTDtvi offi-Kd br Ntt Gompavais
arid tU the em ttm Ma-taii tlxwt tb AiMdTava
ttvfe of -tying interest npon note.
For pftvpMU, with full MrtscaUw. or for Foil
d,, svpplj to
ylS Attr Building.
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO-
Or Cleveland, Oblo.
Capitnl S2D0.0OO .
Invested In er fully aeoored hy firt-clas
Afortgagc, Bond aad stuck.
E. P. Morgan,
B. P. Myers.
W. W. Wrlcht,
lr. T T. seely.
Dr. W. 8. tire. tor,
Dariu A d-m-,
A. N. Butane der,
1. P. Stau.rd,
O. O. Oruwoid.
J. H. TJnderword,
J. a. Heriam,
jtmm Pteeti, '
H. 1. Bavnold.
T B. Becdwilh,
M. P. MO"OAN. Pieeidnt.
B. P. MtERS. Vb-e Prea-dont.
J. I'MjKRWOwD, reeieUry.
J. B. MhIiM, - vraaurer.
A. M. UATCBlCtiDEB, Uenaral Agent.
BOrTlce I Boiee'e. Block, eomat ot Sucerlor
St and Pulo gquar-, OleTe aod. ttrio. myl:E4
Firo Insurance Co.,
OF t'LiiVf LAND.
Office 1:3 Superior. Street.
CAPITAL, - - $250,000.-
fully end recurviy Invented tn flnt da MorW
. gaona. Bead and stock.
Insured may Recess 75 Per Cent of
STTLLHIH WITT, JANES MAr05,
B. I BlLDvVIW, M. OUAP't;.
JSi. F. WAKNKR, GBO. WOKT3IST0S,
a&ft'B( HAt-VKY, U. A. BROOKS,
W. B. QOi LSi
BTIIiialIf WITT: rfesltlent,
H. X. t ft Pi3, Yice Pres't
R. O. BllDKK, Sw-eetarv. mhafcBS
aCiCli UaSKASCX C9X712T.
; rtRS AHDfe!ARIWg.- ;
0ATITAL, 1 . . . j . . fsmflj
Bs Surip DtvMeuda. Front divided ta CAB1
mjnst (jtook and Folioy aoldAre.
itm uarlne Barda of all kfsd, ftr Bt-Kfc
BoMdcge, Hnvhandiae, rurnltare, Veeaoi tn Jfjlit
id to oettag cum. of Blaka gvaeraUy.
DTBICTOiia. v .
7n. Hart, A. reito, Anna Btoas,
t. Onamberifa, L. f. Endaoa, J. H. Chaniberlla, '
T. W.lker, 0. A. Oardcer, O. Sa. Unait,
r. . i Mton, Wa. WeliJUiia.
nr'fOS OTiatt'v Bxufiaae, fcet cf funrlor
Street, Cleveland, Oblj.
Umes Adjnxted and sremntly pafil.
U n. Hrmeon. itamwf.- -Jpt.
tl. A. QAEDHi a, tlartue tmoectc t. - i
rire & Life Insurance A pent,
Olliea 811 marble BlaeB, Bmswrlar Nt.
CLE VELAID, QBtO.
Bepreeeuta the rollowmg Oompsnlre : pltal.
fnaurano Company of b'ortn Auiereeeml,71o 171
New Ingland sir In. Co, KarUotd Wl ctjo
km " " Sew Tork. iOt 4cT
Western faaaaebneett. Fir Pituneid . iot 741
Albany City, Fire in. Oo. Albany, M. T 15 WO
noee - ipldeaa. 1M0 0 0
Fntnant M rlirtford.- 6J7 S1
LovM atomptly V tutted end paid.
aplS:giS . ' J. mtsWOHttt, Agent .
j D. HUDSON,
Wviiaernl Fire, Marine aad Ufa I Bear
, . stact) , A-eat. - .
OfBoo, Oviast' ZxrhuK,' foot Pupa-tor Bireet,
BMraavTc ran rouowino ooerrajru
Buckeye Mutual Ida. Co., Wwrelase, A.
Ohio, (Kir and Mrlnej..$ 313.1-tS
Mrket Fir-. . .. " 4I4.7XB
fu ton Fire " " a4,Wt
Norwich Fin taw. Oo., Norwich, ot.. 4(i,24
North Wallers " Oswego, N. F. B4l,T7a
Tork LIM ew Vork. f,Un,:iJ
Phoenix Maria In. Ou. of Brooelya
N. T , cart npital l.ooo.eott
LOHHJ4U MumtLTT AIJJLbTEO AUD HID.
Particular attention gtvmi So tb tijetmewt f
aarta too. . L. . HtlsOM, .
' Agent and Adjueto.
Oeot. C. A. tnrwvu, arine Inaect.r. ielH:BS
SALE Or ARMY MULES.
QVAMTSnWAST K 6l9TnALt O'TIO, 1
VAai-;rov If C, May "t lnt&. f
WANTTdOi OF Di4aretKtngdii-
potr-d of at pcb'loeale, a Wahin&tos.
1 be e wiit eoaiiBBevnt'i the en oerof anl-eale
is rdaetd in nroooriion to tin redncit n of tbe
arinla, n-'W oini;e ran.d y.-
Ihare ar ia Me ataaivje f th Poaornac, oi tl
TMinefw, aod of "eorg-ta, pr be64 j Fi.it t CHl tl
Ani, or TBtriiiltal aiX aIU TEAB.J IS
UwTwvtliBvwWbnitn i tbe b laitwe a
tha war, as yoan ma'e. acscapan ed the a ml a
Id ail tbeir mi etirt aod nmte aad are tboTengaiy
h'oiee, bardrxanl by iiici-, gntl and fatnLlar.
from bring m 1 4g tariMaTievi i j tto ewdiere i
1 hi whuie8tnta Btrippni tf tarnjiDgS'Ock, and .'
tbe Nort has ai-o T rvd fr jra the (Uais of ani
mals, taken taraputy tne arTa-a
bdse a itTftl- ate told t paniio auction ; TflEY
WILL NiyT BRIMJ A"-TTeIw L'SE THfeH
T tt 0 T 4 LTJ ; and raeh ap(ortnTjiti tor tarra
sn t- gst working aniaJn to itrcK their far at-,
aea iwra'-.Tere and ayaiers te atoek to wake good
p'eiiowa. by awrebae ng theniawd wtejaarng of
then, ia tae HoaKfe, nnii aweetr oeonr ac ta.
. M. . atKWB.
artaraskfr Oeaeral, -.
fTraSrtts .--,. , Un?M aJorferel.
50,000 JIST HECE1TKD,
KOR a HAIOHT-S, u But pt,
trpoal WeddMl Bots I,