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DAJLT, TBI-WEEKLY k WEEKLY,
K. COVLE8 CO-,
BDITOBS A(ii PROPRIETORS. 3 ' '
HD1IUT, JCiE 10, 188S.
General J. D. Cox.
. The withdrawal of Governor Bpough
from the canvass for Iha Governorship
leaves tut one candidate prominently he
fore the people for nomination to that
office by the Union, State Convention.
That candidate in Mj or-General Jcieph
Doleon Cox, ot Warren, Trnmbull county
Every good man it rejoiced that a maa so
distinguished for bravery la the laid, lor
ta'.esrr. unship at host?, for cultiva.lon of
mind and purity cf moralr, Mould oe
lure of nomination. "We say Sure for
while an army delegation two hundred
S'jong will cast a solid toU for their gal
liot comrade, we know of no candidate
who will divide the borne rote against him.
We have heard the names of Generals
Schenck and Garfield, and Messrs. Delano
and Galloway suggested as candidates, bat
neither of these gentlemen aie in the field
for the nomination. It may be accepted
as a certainty, therefore, that General Cox
will be the Union nominee for Governor.
General Coz la one ot the ablest men In
the Bute. Though jet a young man, he has
occopied positions of great prominence and
importance, with acceptability and tuocees.
"When the war broke outhe was practising
Uw at Warren, and was recogniied as one
of the best lawyers in North Eastern Ohio,
Be was alao a leading member of the Ohio
Senate at the commencement of the re
bellion, and to his influence, in conjunction
with that of Garfield, Hcnroe and a few
others, it was owing that Ohio took so en-
reetic and patriotic a position in support
of the government General Cox was com
missioned Brigadier-General at the very
outset of the war and has since served
without intermission and with, brilliant
success. Though a 'TOlunteer general" he
escaped the blunders and odium into which
that olasB of leaders have fallen, by avoid-
ir,- tha ignorance which was its cause
in most cases. He devoted
self with great energy to the study of
militarv science, and with an ease and ver
satility espe ially characteriatic of him,
soon obtained complete mastership ever it.
To-day there are few West Point gradu
ates more thoroughly conversant wiUi
atratezv and tactics than General Cox.
He went through the campaign in "West
"Virginia, and commanded the valleys
the Kanawha and Gauley. He was also
participant in the battles of South Moun
tain and Antietam, and wss recommended
by General McClellan for promotion for
conduct in the foimw battle. In accord
f nce with this recommendation he was
nominated by the President for a full Ma
jor Generalship, but owing to the largo
number of nominations in excess of vacan
. a A 4111 a.. (
cies lie was not coaunuw ... j
years after. From Maryland he went
West Virginia, .and thence to East Ten
nessee. He served with distinction
throughout the Atlanta campaign, and
won lresh laurels in the battles of Prank
lla and J"a:hville. He went,
with his corps, the Twenty-Thu
from Nashville to North Carolina, and
the capture of Wilmington and the battle
of Kinston added sliU more to the brillian
cy of hie fame. Since then, he has assumed
command of the 23d Army Corps, General
BcnoOeld beemmDg jommindur of the De
partment of North Carolina. He is a gen
tleman of talent and culture, a statesman
of experience, a soldier tf distincticn.
principles are beyond reproach. HewiU
command the undivided support of the
army, and is well known at home in every
section of the State to Northern Ohio
residence, to Southern Ohio from having
commanded at Cincinnati and in the Ka
nawha vallty. Being newtotffiM, he
offended no class of our citizens by neces
sary but unpopular acts, such as it falls
the lot of every honest Governor to per
form. He can pfobaby call out a larger
vote than any other man in the State,
;-..t .nra to he elected as he is to
nominated. - - I
General J. D. Cox. The Campaign in Kentucky.
The piincipal issue of the
now being conducted in V7
s:n- of the constitutional
.mendment '"hing slavery, and
indicatio-s are now decidedly jn favor
the rrty cf Freedom. The Speeds,
Graen Ciay Smiths, the Bousseaua of
State are urging i s passage with great
ability and force, and, they are actively
supported by formerly conservative men,
like Guthrie, Bramlette and Magoffio,
the success of the amendment would teem
sure. Governor Bramlette is stumping
Kentucky in favor of the amendment
Ex Governor Magoffin, formerly a bitter
pro-slavery man, has also come out decid
edly in favor ot it, and will, it is said,
the stump during the canvass. The elec
tion comes 08 on the first Monday
General J. D. Cox. The Campaign in Kentucky. Once More Civilians.
In accordance with the
issued some tio e since from the War
Thursday, the 16lh, was the
day on which msj or and brigadier generals
who were without commands, or not
detached service, could hold their commis
sions. This mustering out order d
with a considerable amount of worthless
material which has been floating round
the country at Government expense.
embraces, however, one or two worthy
officers whose services will no longer
t quired, owing to the reduction of
forces. - m'
The Vulcanized Rubber Patents.
cuiiied rubber in manufactories, which
Bid twenty-one years existence in
TJnited Stales, expired on Thursday
and this great branch of industry has
, to be a monopoly. The profit
this patent in this country, during the
.m to be estimated
jweniy-uuo 1 . ...
f jrty millions of dollars, of which
was received by Charles Goodyear,
the original patentee, and his heirs. Dur
ing the last Congress exertions were made
to obtain the passage of a special act,
the patent, but it was defeated
tie exertions of the railroad companies,
irho are largely interested in YulcanUed
Woman's Rights in Austria.
advocates of woman's rights
rejoiced to learn thtt that great principle
, . . jjj ttiumnhinan
jxas aenieveu a o-".v- r
expected quarter. The Emperor Francis
Joseph, ot Austria, has submitted to
-. , popular assembly a Uw giving the women
of his empire a right to -vote I
; The late rebel Governor Allen, of Louisv
iui, has iued a farewell address to t
people of that State, acknowledging
: inexorable logic of even, the failure
the rebellion, and that he no longer
to be their Executive, and eonneel
ling them to submit gracefully to the
eutAeritietJ-4 ' ' '
It istated on good authority that
order wUl soon be issued providing for
altering out of all W
service expire previous to Jane I, IMS.
Wbe found necessary,
JLuiad. toques- j sUU further.
By far the most important event which
has yet occurred in the way of church re
construction in the South is the recent
organization of an Annual Conference of
the Methodist Episcopal Church in East
Tennessee. Bishop Clark having consti
tuted the Conferee oe by the transfer of six
ministers from Conferences of the loyal
States, admitted into it no less than forty
three ministers, from the Southern Meth.
odists Church. . The new Conference
start! with a membership of. 6,491, and
has preachers stationed in Tennessee,
North Carolina . and : Georgia. All the
ministers accepted in the most explicit
terms the rigid anti-slaveiy rule ot the
Methodist Episcopal Church.
The Bichmond RepubUe says: It is sta
ted that T6 pieces of property in B'chmo"d
have been already libeled for confiscation,
which is only a beginning. The proceed
in is in rem. that is to say, against the
property iteelf -the owner not being made
party to the cause. The term of the
Federal Court at which the libels will oe
proceeded and acted upon will be held in
Msj. Gen. Boosieau has been nominated
at Frankfort by a number of highly re
spectable gentlemen, members of both
branches of the Legislature, as a candidate
for United States Senator, to be elected by
the next Legislature of Kentucky. The
Louisville Jmrnal understands that it is
the purpose of General Bouaseau to make
a general canvass of the State.
The Northwestern 8anitary Fair at
Ch'cseo will close to-morrow. A large
amount of material and articles remain un
sold, which will be disposed of at private
sale. The actual value of goods received
unmnti toover S300.000. while the sales
will ssarcely reaeh one-half that sum
The total receipts up to two o'clock Friday
afternoon were 1220,000.
The stories of General Patiick's conduct
in B chmond are quite severe. That officer
suddenly resigned and left for New York
wh',n charges were maas agamm.
The authorities hee are said to have been
well pleased on receiving nis retigrtauon,
REVERDY JOHNSON'S ARGUMENT.
in tha Conaoiracv Court, on Monday,
at 10 o'clock, a M. It relates wholly to
the jurisdiction of the Court; taking the
bioad ground that persons charged with
mima. who are not in the army or navy,
ara amenable to the civil courts, where the
l.ttor ara in oneration. It is replete with
with historical and legal precedents,
and contains no disrespectful allusion
whatever to the members of the Military
Commission, as maliciously alleged io some
quarters. It treats these gentlemen with
a dignity aid respect which position as offi
jra aniit'es them to. The argument will
occupy but little more tian an hour in de
more thouejhtful frame of n ind, especially
Pain a It is said that ravne at last turns
out to have been born in Alabama, acd
the son of Rev. Geerge Powell, of i loriaa.
He belonged at first to Lee's army, and
ws detacned for service with Mosb's
Manillas, within whose roaming ground
Warrenton, where Payne has been seen,
NEGRO SUFFRAGE—THE VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE.
Amone others said to have come out
favor ot Negro Suffrage in Virginia as the
only hope of the loyal, are ouogs crown,
TT.arbihtirat- Mnaed. lawvers Bdach, Hill
and the Watsons, all of whom are thor
nnralv d insulted with the present admin
istration ot Gov. Pierpont. The Legisla-
ture, which was secretly called together,
according to the plan of seoetsionitts
days past, turns out to be the late LegWa-
ture 01 tne restorea uovernmeai. ui
giniaand not the Legislature under seces-
sion control. J.ne oia x-ierpon i"'
ture cons sted orcorsistsof five Senators
and irioht or nine Renreeentativea. Three
. - J . a a. flu. NAII.IilN
of the Senators are right and two "fishy.
The House of Bepreaentatives is of the
mi character comparatively. The true
men ara diseusted with the whole thing,
Governor Pierpont Included, and will
eo to Bichmond, so that only tne i-
Southern proclivities will be i-
lTi... !pi, i . -no has eone from
fhXTnHe. Tof -dria and Fairfax
Ranhan T'o,0ni f Alexandria, whose
i. a well known! to be loyal. and
nich we have an example in his persist
ently attending the service of a clergyman
who, during the rebellion, refused to pray
for tbe President, and who was rejected
from Christ Church parsonage lor rank
Subscription to General Lee.
. We trust that the Government will
find means to suppress the outbreak of the
rebellion in New York, which has taken
the form of a subscription ol money
General B. E. L a, Our dispatches an
nounce that it has already reached the
sum of $60,000. In no other city would
such an insult be offered to the spirit
Northern loyalty. It is only among the
Ben Woods and Barlows cf that politi
cal Sodom that such impudence would
These men desire to reward General
Lee for his eminent achievements in kill
ing Union soldiers. They seek to signal
ize his services in the effort made by him
self and other traitors to overthrow the
American Bepub'ic, and to bestow upon
him a mark cf their peculiar regard
such services. So scandalous and brssen
an outrage has not been perpetrated in
North since the war began. We are very
sure that the returned veterans of
Northwest would put a stop to such an en
terprise in this quarter, without waiting
for orders from Washington Chicago
The Gold Belonging to the Richmond
Banks—Particulars of the Robbery—
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars
(From the Augusta, Ga., Transcript, June 2.)
A few days
the Bichmond banks, whose assets were
removed from that city upon the evacua
tion in April, reached Washington, in
State Tbey were empowered by
authorities to remove their t fficts, consist
ing of $326,000 in specie, to the capital
Virginia. Procuring teams and a guard
twelve men, these gentlemen set cut upon
their return home, intending to take
railroad to Chester, South Carolina.
At the end of the first day's j nirney they
encamped on the grounds of Mrs. Morse,
eighteen miles from Washington and three
from the Savannah river. ' Ihe officers
and the guard fell asleep. About
midnight, a party of twenty mounted men,
who were evidently aware of tbe value
the train, suddenly dashed upon it, and
the guard surrendered without tiring a
or making tbe slightest show of resistance.
The freebooters immediately went to work
bursting open the speoie kegs and helping
themselee to the glittering contents. Olb
fellow, it is related, had a large leathern
haversack which he filled; but jost as
was mounting his horse the straps give way,
and the precious metal fell clinking to
ground. He eagerly scraped up the gold
and sand, leaving a number of pieeee, and
placing tbe coin in a bag rode oft Thenext
morning a negro teamster ionnd five-dollar
pieces scattered in profusion all about
ground. ' . , :
Some two hundred thousand dollars were
stolen, leaving about one hundred aad
taty thousand. With this amount
bank officers Jonrneyed on, sadder
wiser , men. Upon reaching Abbeville,
South. Carolina, tbey ottered a reward
twenty-thousand dollars for the recovery
f- thn, property. The robbers are sup
posed to be paroled soldiers, who followed
the train from Washing ton. It is singular
that in tie present demoralised state ot
country the gentlemen in charge made
secret of their valuable possessions, nor
they use any extraordinary measures
precaution to preserve their property.
CoL John W. Forney, who is already
running the Philadelphia Press and Wash
Chronicle, is said to be 1 1 in . -i pal proa
prietor of the new paper called the Repub.
lie. started ia Biehjuoud, Ya,
A Tragedy in Massachusetts
A Tragedy in Massachusetts---A Boy Shoots His Father and then
The Boston TrtnalUr gives the follow
ing detailed account of the tragedy atSau-
gus, on Tuesday last:
A terrible affair occurred in the town 01
Saugus, Tu sday afternoon George Holi
day, a boy of sixtaen years having shot bis
tatner, Garvin uoiiiaay, witn a revolver,
and then killed himself.
During the f jrenoon the boy Bad been
at work hoeing, and had complained of a
pain m his head, in the afternoon tne
father, who is a manufacturer of sewing
machines, wss at worx in nis suop, auuut
half a mile distant from nis awernng-
The boy came to the shop and told him
there were two men at the bouse wno
wisLed to see him. Mr. Holliday at once
started for home, the bay accompanying
him. " i
On the wav the boy fell behind,, and
when twentv or thirtv rods from the house
drew a revolver and discharged it at his
father. The ball struck him in the neck,
back of the left ear, passed outside of the
spinal column, and lodged nnoer tne Done,
hack of the ritht ear. -
The father tell to the ground somewhat
stunned, but soon partially recovered, and
looking up saw hi son, witn a stone in
aach hand, apparently preparing to hurl
them at him. He sprang up, when the
htv. seeing that he was prepared to delena
hi-nself, ran into a small piece of woods
close bv, and was seen no more at that
The father managed to go home, wound
ed ss be was. and a physician wss called.
Oa Wednesday he was taken to the Massa-
rhutnita General ilosDllal in this City, anu
a ultation of sureeons was held, and
u decided 'to attempt to remove the ball
aa tha nnlv possible means of saving his
The deration was a delicate and dim
cult one. and he was under the effect
ether an hour and twenty minutes peiora
the ball was extracted. It was ot
Minnie pattern, and had been completely
flattened by oontact with the bone. Mr.
Homday is aomg weu ana were is nope
A warrant was issued py Justice a.
Robinson, of Saugus, tor the arrest of the
bov George Holiday, and a search for him
was commenced on Wednesday morning
His body was found by a brother at about
nine o'clock in the forenoon, in the woods,
but a very short distance from where
assault of his father had taken place.
had shot hiimelt in the neck, and the ball
had passed np into the brain, probably
killing him instantly. The weapon had
been placed close to his neck, wnich was
Georce Holiday was vary strong lor
vears. and a man in stature. The kindest
feelings had existed Detween nun via
father. He was considered a good boy,
and had a kind disposition. There
been no insanity in the family. It is
belief cf those acquainted with the facts
that he had become insane in consequence
of a sunstroke.
The Presse Sdent fiaue contains an
terealirs: article, in which Dr. July's
researches ou tobacco, in a hygienic point
of view, are analyzed. Dr. Joly Is a
clared enemy of the "fragrant weed,"
some of his articles are certainly telling.
Thus he shows that while the tobacco
the Levant, Greece and Hungary does
contain any nicotine, that of Arabia, Brazil,
Havana and Paraguay contains z
cent, of that deleterious base; that of
ryland contains i 29 perc nt, that of Ken
tucky 6 09. and that of the depaitment
the Lot nearly 8 per cent, whi'e the sorts
Alssoa, the Pas de Calais, Ille-et-Yilaine
and Yirginia are not tar removed from
two latter figures. It is evident, therefoio,
that tobacco is noxious in proportion to
nicotine it contaii s : and that it the Tuiks,
Greeks, Hungarians and Brazil smoke
with irrpuoity from daybreak to sunset,
is because their tobacco either contains
nicotine at at all. or at bast but very
Other nations smoke very innocent herbs,
such as hops, tea, aniseed, &c, and
the very different opinions held by medi
cal men concerning the effects of smoking
Nor is the mode of smoking indifferent
either. JjhnUicotin order to promote
the custom of smoking , imported a quan
tity of long hollow reeds trom Lisbon,
he tacBed a ,maiiBiiver bowl,
iike those now in use. made ot meer
I ' .
rhaum or elav. Dutch DiDs ware lntro
rtnrwd next, then the lone oriental
Aii, but the most noxious of all are
short ones, wh'' the cigar is the least
of alL Napoleon did not smoke
t ail; and Goethe says that a man
genius cannot cultivate both his science
and his pipe together; and tha. if
are a few illustrious exceptions to the
still it is certain that there have always
been more learned men taking anuB
tmokine. According to Doctor James
Johnston 80 . ,000,000 of men smoke
kinds of tobacco; 400,000
opium and its compounds ; 300,000
and hatchisch, 100,000 betel, and 40,000
the American plant coca.
Traveled Americans, and some stay-at.
homes, may have heard of Laura Ball,
once brilliant lorette (there is no decent
equivalent in the English language for
word) one of those pretty horse-breakers
and f hionable courtezans, peculiar to
West End of London, who appear in
ridts and drives, and are recognizM by
the men but none of their own sex.
wss mistress to the Nepau ese Embassador,
and there were wild rumors about the splen
dor in which she lived, rumors that
would return with him to India to become
one of his wives, et cetera. Well, she
now mariied to a Mr. Thistlewaite,
preaches on Sundays. I heard her a
night ago at the Polytechnic Lecture
when the room was crowded so as toscarce
Iv afford standing room, by "swells"
fashionable ladies. She is a tall, elegant
woman, with beautiful eyes, and was
in rich black silk bonnet to
She was accompanied on the platform
iOTeral ladies and gentlemen, and
selecting a tax from, the book of Samuel,
she began to speak from it, one could
but at lea at acknowledge the charm of
perfectly pronounced .English. Iney
that, falhnz sick in Paris, she was abandon
ed by all her companions, visited by
Eneliah minister and converted, since
time she has devoted berseif to this.
husband is the second son ol a good
whose father disinherited him for marrying
her, which deprivation of fortune was
set right by tbe will of a younger
brother, who fell in the Crimw.
Thistlethwaite approves of hia wife's
indeed pays the hire of the halls
which she preaches. She is evidently
i i- .-. -1 a
The Hartford Post of Wednesday
"Last evening, at ten minutes past
Mr. Fay's torpedo exploded under the
which was buit lor the purpose or
its explosive powers. Ihe torpedo
charged with one hundred and fifty
of gunpowder, ana tne explosion
grand in its effort, though the report
not so loud as many anticipated. It
up a volume of water to a height of
... . . r .
tween eigntv ana ninety rest,
of nroDortionate circumference.
lowing the water came a
mas uf steam, smoke and fl-une,
whole formlDg a magnificent sight
well repaying the disappointment of
spectators on Thursday last. Tbe raft
utterly demolished, being blown into f
ments, which were quickly picked up
squad of small boats which were waiting
for the chance. This invention of
Fay's will eventually prove of wonderful
importance, as tbe clockwork of the
which it is designed to manufacture,
combined with the shell containing
powder, can be adjusted to explode at
tune, from one minute to one month.
explosion was witnessed bv n large
of spectators, who cheered loudiy as
- The London Reader, speaking;
"Brother 5am" at the Hay market, says:
: The dramatist who on writ, the
who can stoop to play (we are sorry to
it of such an artist as Mr. Both era),
the audiences who can applaud such
as this should find tbe atmosphere of
Alhambra or Canterbury Halt, with
and kidneys "at discretion," more
to them than that of the Hsymsrk
et Theatre; for the most distorted teat
scrobatism, the lowest ; of "oomio song,''
are less aa in suit to every sensible man
decent woman in the audience than
last new comedy at the Trancais" of
John Mitchell on Political Subjects.
The recent arrest of John Mucneli, 01
the B'chmond Enqulrtr and New York
JTan, lends an interest to his' editorial
writings which, tbey did not formerly
possess. We subjoin a few specimens of
the style in which, writing for Aew xork
and Northern readers, this unrepentant
rebel discusses current tcplos :
John Mitchell on Political Subjects. "MR. DAVIS IN PRISON."
[From the Daily News, 10th.]
The brutal stupidity which has given
shape to the treatment of Mr. Jelleraon
Davis, comes out ny a agrees into tne giars
of public indignation. The cowardly Vil
lainy which attempts to accomplish his
saf keeping in a cell of thick masoory.'by
riveting fetters on CM leet, is ,tne sug
tion of a man who is sufficiently base to
steal to the unfortunate gentleman s side in
the dead of the night to cut bis throat,. The
base spirit which has ordered mat wanton
outrage upm a man of honor in affliction
has also placed Mr. iiavis unuer auivtu
lance that nothing but its atrocity saves
from laughter. !
'Ihe absurdity of me disgusting treat
ment of Mr. Davis changes into a damna
ble spirit of torture, when we come to con
sider that he is deprived of pens, ilk, pen
cil, paper, books I The black hearted vil
lain wno nas set an ims guwg, ayy00'"
pant to put the unfortunate statesman en
the rack, and in carrying out that purpose,
u far as he dare, nas ioroiuupu mm mo re
liaf even of conversation I The aiieeneeof
chair, table, knife, fjrk, or any of tha ap-
- . - 1 i:r I lU. -r.ar
puances 01 civi'izi mo nuu
ment which vill hereafter be honored aa a
seen of martyrdom are of very little mo
ment in illustrating tne oevuisu maiice 01
the man who, having planned tne mer
tortures we have specified, will fall from
hi place of powr under a popular exe
cration that will assign him t Vie infamy
of the blackest villainies known to history.
HIS OPINION ON THE CONSPIRACY TRIAL.
[From the News of June 8]
All mankind is growing
most infamous military commission sitting
at Waabington. II mere were any xwti-
bilitv of a species of sympathy being aroused
even in behalf of assassins, such sympathy
would now exist lor these persons,' who,
whatever their crimes, ase at least entit'ed
to be tried before a court and jury.: The
extraordinary and odious character of the
tribunal, the outrageously illegal method of
questioning the witnesses and receiving
testimony, deprive that conclave of all re
spect, and their proceedings of all moral
effect. If they order anybody io be executed,
they will be simply guilty, every one of them,
of deliberate murder; and when this people
wakes a little out of their apathy and be
wilderment, the members of that military
commission will be hanged.
OTHER SENTIMENTS IN MINIATURE.
For a short shrift ai.d a long rope, com
mend us. ot all courts known among men.
to that unvler the thumb of a bureau of
military ' justice." Daily Metes lutn.
The treatment in flicted on Mr Jeffirson
Davis will go down to posterity "in tbe In
famy attaching one 01 tneoiacsest vumurea
known to history." Ibid, 2th.
The formidable chief and ruler of a great
nation in arms, will not, we apprehend, be
publicly cbck:d on the gibbet, neimer
will General Lee, that model and mirror of
modern soldiers, that peerless Btyerd of
his time, be forced to stoop bis stately hwad
to the shears cf the penitentiary hairdress
er Ibid 6th
If General Lee, or any (fuser or private
of that army, be arrested or tried for trea
son, it is an end 01 tne ooiigauoci ui vu
surrender upon their surrender on tbi ir
side; they are no longer bound not io tale
up arms against the United States; and the
next bloody revolt will be a question of time
and of opportunity on.y 101a. ,
The Speed of Railroads.
Tha Great Western
Unoland. travels at the rate of forty-three
miles an hour, including stoppages, or fifty
nine miles an hour withoutinoluding stop
pages. To attain this rate, a speed ot sixty
miles an hour is adopted midway between
the stations, and in certain experimental
trips, seventy miles an hour nave been
reached. A speed oi bhvwui-j Uuc
per hour is about equivalent to
thirty yards per second, or thirty-five
yards between two bsat; of a com
mon clcck. All ohjc's near the eye of
passenger traveling at this rate will pnas
by is eye in the thirty filth part of a sec
ond ; and if thirty-five Brakes were erected
at the side of the road, a y&ra asunaer,
they would not be distinguishable one
from another; if painted red, they would
appear collectively as a continuous flash
of red color. .
If two trains with this rpeed pasted each
other, the relative velocity would be seven
ty yards per second ; and if one of tha
trains were seventy ar:s jong, it wuuiu
pass by in a single second. Supposing the
locomotive which draws such a train
have driving wheels seven feet in diame
ter, these wheels will revolve three times
in a second bat as were are two cylinders,
which act alternately, there are really
twenty rufis or escapes of steam- in
second. The locomotives can. be beard
to "cough" when moving slpwly, the
cough being occasioned by the abrupt
emiasion of waste steam up the chimney
but twenty coughs per second cannot
separated by the ear, their iudividuality
becoming lost. Such a leer-motive speed
equal to nearly one-fourth of a cannon
ball ; and the momentum ot a wnoio train
moviog at such a speed would be nearly
equivalent to the aggregate force of
number of cannon balls equal to one-fourth,
of the weight of the train. Exchange.
The people of Otiio will to-day learn
with surprise that Governor JBroueh
declined to be a candidate for re-election.
His card, making this announcement, will
be found eisewhere, and is characterized
by a manly dignty and sincerity that must
command the respect of hia enemies, and
that will by no means lessen the regrets
his friends at his retirement rrom public
lifa. The sentiments that animate him
are of the most honorable character.
was prompted to leave the field both by
personal feeling and his sense of public
duty. It was not apprehension of defeat
that caused his retirement, for 'the
fact has within a fortnight became
plain to every politician in the State,
that, if he insisted upon it, he could have
the nomination of the Union State Con
vention, wbiah assembles on Wednesday
next; and that nomination Is, considered
the equivalent of election. It may be just
ly said for Governor Brougb, that he
not solicit the call to the Executive Chair
ot the State two years ago, but accepted
it reluctantly ; that he has filled it ably
and with advantage to the State, and
he retires gracefully, when be miiht have
continued in office, welcoming the convic
tion that his retirement would not injuri
ously sfT-tct the public service, and might
heal diasensions in the political organize
tion to which he was attached. Cincinnati
General Grant Brings Suit Before
A suit for unlawful ret tiner,
Ulysses 8. Grant and Julia Grant
plainliffi, and Jostph W. White is defend
ant, is now pending before Justice Cun
ningham. The notice of demand,- wbn:h
was drawn np by W. H. Lackland, Esq
atterney lor . plaintiHj, in, ;the following
words: I '
To Joseph W. White : - ! : I ' -
You ara hereby notified that the posses
sion of the following neacribed premiaes
demanded of jou on the 14Ji day of June.
186u, to wit : A farm, witn the improve
ments thereon, situated in the county ot
Louis, State of Missouri, in .Carundelet
township, on the Jefferson i Barracks road,
between the Gravois Bock road and
Big - Bend road, being a, portion ot
White Haven, tract, containing eighty
acres. ' - ! '' : -
Yea will therefore deliver to Sebastian
Bappington, on the saia 1-ij.h day et June,
1865, the peaceable and quiet possession,
which possession is hereby demanded,
the tract ot land' aforesaid, together with
tbe improvements thereon, who is author
ized to receive the same, i i
ULYSSES S GRANT,
and JULIA B. GRANT
W. H Lackland, their Auornsy.
ST. LOUIS, May 8, 1865.
St Lome Republican, June 2th.
don. The Judgeship of ope ot the Cirenit
Courts of Indiana was offered to Hon.
C. Newcomb, editor of the Indianapolis
Jourual, bat he declined the inferior position.
The New Constitution of Missouri.
The following are the leading features
of Ihe new Constitution of Missouri just
adopted by a majority of the people:
It declares Missouri a free State for-
It establishes the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It prohibits legislation interfering with
the personal right of men on account of
their col or.
. It declares that Missouri shall ever re
main a member of the American Union.
It excludes from the ballot-box and from
office, traitors, rebels, rebel sympathizers,
guerrilla marauders, bushwhackers, and
their aiders and abettors.
It in like manner excludes Knights of
tbe Golden Circle, Sons of Liberty and O
It in like manner excludes those wno en
rolled themselves as disloyal, or as South
ern sympathizers, to avoid military
It provides for an efficient registration
of voters, thereby securing the exclusion of
It removes the rule requiring treason to
be proved by at least two witnesses, and
leaves it to be proved as any other crime,
i It invites immigration from Europe by
extending the elective ftanchise to those
persons of foreign birth who have, more
than one year before an election, declared
their intention, according to law, to be
come citizens of the United States.
It forbids private, local and special legis
lation, which for thirty years his cured
th State; and brings the State under a
uniform system of general laws.
It prohibits lotteries.
It forbids the Legislature making com
pensation for emancipated slaves.
. It stops the creation of corporations by
special acts, with enormous and dangeroua
powers, and requires all corporations to be
formed under general laws.
It prohibits the creation, renewal or ex
tension of the charter of any bank ot
issue. . -
It protects the interests of the people by
imposing upon stockholders individual lia
bility for the debts of corporators.
It secures an effi ;ient system of common
schools for the free education of the child
ren of the State.
It gives increased facilities for its own
amerdment, and allows the people a direct
vote upon every amendment proposed.
L BALDWIN A CO.
OPtH THIs DAT:
Plala C!or Parca'aa,
S 4 and S 4 unaidiDM,
3 4 and 4 4 BlacK ana White Chscks,
Bla a aid Wbile loch Plaids,
' Pearl and Lavender htika,
Biao- Groa rata . Ilka,
' Mood oa tbe lka ' alohairs,
Tlala Whlta togandi a,
F gar- a -wfs aa.
har a HlOo klro, in ha new lhapa,
Flegaat VaWnclaana Lao.
talut eear-oliar. n.rgwoe,
Paiaw'aand tun Umbr.liaa. JelT
Criimb. BaSllnSlOn & Keildall
For Etanlsg Drtesea Otened to daT.
TRIMMED BONNETS AND HATS,
trom and arVr 'tils date we U at a
fa K B REDUCTION IN rLIOt
For Bargain, call at ,
J 10 , M"Rg.w. BOOT a on.'B.
AW SILK SHAWL" Of a very
parlor qua 1 y, Jos'; ranei.
. ....... ru.0iT t nn
2 7 Ppperior atra-t.
UM.MEB CLOTHING Openirg this
R. PmWirr i'0
T and 11 Pnt-1- g.mr.
LACK S1LECLOAKIMG3 Eiegant
Jj Black 81:ki taoeiT.1 hia dar.
J U. UaTTT no.,
7 and ' I Pabl a Sgnara.
LADIKa' CLOAKS Black Silk and
Cloih eannenta In g-at Tarlat j.
J. B DaWITT A O,
JnnV 7 aad ll Pobllo r qnire.
H. T. HOWER & CO.",
SPECIAL BARCA US IN
Pcot h S)lnafonia
Black and whlta Alpaca
Maw t.d-a Alpaca
( ra; Mama
PLAIN SILKS IN ALL COLOB3,
SEEDED SILKS IN ALL COLORS
RICH BLACK SILKS.
S30 staawarlo Street, Comer Sesteea,
.: ., H. T. HOWEK&CO.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
WILL OPEN ON MONDAY,
In Beaattfal Beelgna.
In Ckena, Stripe and Plaid.
Black and White Cnetk Sllss,
In Solid and Broken Checks.
Black aad Colored Grenadines,
Black and folorel Cup? loretz,
With a large aasormaot of
BEAUTIFUL DSSSS GOODS,
adapted for Summer wear.
TATLOB, GRISWOLD & CO,
JnnS Ho. 817 Superior atreet.
ii vaa raioas or
Having pnrchaaad mr atook of Linen
alno the beaTj decline of bold, I am enabled
oner theej at greatli rednoed mas. Ia tha
a-ltl be foaad
Bleached Table Damask at $1.35;
Former prion, ta.su a yard.
Bleached Table Samaah at $fu0
Former price, (ass a jard.
UnfeTd Table Damask only $1 a yard.
P1LIW-Cail LUIS, of feast qualities,
waiia TABU-CLOTH at Si. 0O; actuallj
worth now, to.au.
NaPKlhd, DOTLZS, and LIHIH BOSOMS,
Hand-spun Damask, Towels, Diapers,
All Uaan Good aold by me ara warranted of
very beat mann actnre, aad will be aold off aa
aa each qua! tiea of gooda caa be affjrdd.
N. B A package of uali' am Oenu' HAS".
EEBCHIEfS andaome BBO N T BLECL-.TH8,
aUghllv wet, will be aold off at very ow prices.
ap4:24 Cor. Superior and Pnbtlc Hqnara.
JUST BECEIV8D FBOJ1 AUCTION
and Ma nfaeinrvrs,
100 r. aa ilk Tna-miog Cord,
lia do F rooked Pearl sotiona.
100 de Whlta do do
li0 do de Ivo7 do
1-00 do Prraa-dR-ra do
6w doa. Ladiee eilk a. i Litie Thread Gloraa.
6(0 do do Bilk Mlfa.
line do do bit- Cotton Hoe.
1S n do do Cente 8o:Be.
Beetdre anndrede of Job Lou of Ooada,
which we oil i- to Mercbaata, anke' Notoa
ard Uragglata, al laautrkably low ftgnrea.
We bare Juat raoalTed 25000 Llncola Moo
M. HALLS A CO.,
my?" 1ST Watatat.
fJLsVGSI FLiA-Gs! Of all SiE9s, StyleB
U and Qaalitiea. adlreee
O. V7. OBOWELL a oo.,
ley eunror t . rnvFlen'l.
Stewart Cook and Parlor EtoTes
For sale by
DEWIT A 00
BW SXTLB GOLD BAK-DBOP-v-
DISCHARGES OF THE EAE3, &).
DR, LIGHT HILL,
J. AT J 01
Ho. St St, (arki Plaee, lav York City.
Will commence his engagement
AT PAINESVILLE, LAKE COUNTY,
At the Parmly House, from Tuesday, June
13th, until Saturday, J une iTtn, lsoii. :
AT ELEYIA, LORAIN, COUNTY
At the Beebe House, from Tuesday, June
20th, until Saturday, June 24th, 1865. -
AT MEDINA, MEDINA COUNTY,
At the American Hotel, from Tuesday,
June 1 7th, until Saturday, July 1st, 1866.
At Russell's Forrest City House, from
Monday, July 3d, until Saturday, July
Da O. B. LIGHTHILL'S first visit
Ohio was induced by numerous applications
for treatment from parties unaDle to visit
New York for that pu'pose, and who
not be successfully treated except after
pars m al examination. 11 is practice
hAAti ao successful that ha has ntrMiatAd
'8 Cleveland several times. Slill
pru8 desiring bis aervice, to visit him
Cleveland, that in oomplience with the
quest of maoy citizens, ha has consented,
before returning to Bnrope, to visit several
central points ia Northern Ohio, making
Cleveland his headquarters so that all
desire can consult him.
For the paat twelve years Dr. Lighthill
has paid exclusive attention to the treat
ment of deafness and catarrh in its vari
ous iorms. Be has practiced in New York,
and other principal Eastern cities, where,
nntil a few months past, ha was atsociatei
with his cousin, Dr. K B. LighthilL
together they have acquired a standing
which has earned tor tne " Lighthill
iU present great reputation.
From the Rev. S. T. Welch, formerly
of the Pearl Street Paptiti Church,
Albany, New York.
Niwronyiixc, Nov. 10, 1865.
Da Lighthill Dear Sir: Allow me
express my grateful thacks for the
and kind attention rendered to my daugh
ter, whose ears have been badly affected
far many years, and for some,monthf
has been nearly deprived of hearing.
loss of tbis important sense is certainly
aad aepnvatun, pain tally embarrassing,
and to a degree known only to those
have experienced it. If, therefore,
be a remedy lor this great evil, the
of humanity obvionsly requires that
should be universally disseminated. I
it my duty, therefore, and it affords
much pleasure, to give my testimony to
happy eSects of your treatment and
My daughter has suffered from
since early childhood. The left
has been badly diseased. The right
also, lor several yeais, was seriously
and the disease apparently increasing,
threatening the entire loss ct hearing.
was with extreme difficulty that she
participate in the conversation of
lriends, and for two years has been
of this source of social enjoyment.
Happily my attention was directed to
advertisement, and I was induced to
her in your care. Tour treatment,
care of a kind Providence, has been
Her hearing, so far as lean
appears to be perfectly restored. Wheth
er this restoration is permanent is a
time alone can determine, bat
results are certainly very gratifying.
I am, dear sir,
Truly and gratefully yours,
. B. T. Waxch, D.
From Rev. Fred S. Jewell, Professor of
State Normal School, Albany, N. Y.
Da. Liqbthill Dear Sir : Under
of March 14, I sent yea a careful staiement
of my case, my former treatment, my
to obtain relief in that direction,
rosort to your treatment and its
I have been, from the winter of the
1844, sutjdet to violent periodical
of catarrh, marked by febrile syptom,
inflammation of the lining n embraces
of the cavities of the head, accompanied
tbe first stages by a watery discharge
the nose, subsequently becoming acrid
yellow and towards the close of the
purient and bloody. These attacks
a most distressing species of
occurring periodically each day
period varying from one to three
sometimes so violent as to incapaciata
tor business, and confine me to my bed.
times the attendant inflammation
extend to the teeth, produce toothache,
to the throat, occasioning hoarseness
partial loss of voice; and twice within
' weeks to a
last lew years ll nas so I
eye aa tn confine ma for
1 had tried medicines and applications
of various kinds; snuflj and other catarrh
al preparations of some hall a doaen
applications to the head of camphor,
ginger ana nor, iomenuuon oi ainerent
kinds; and in connection with these
usual emetics and cathartics employed
induce counter action. But none ot
had produced any permanent improve
ment, and in the few instances in
tempjral relief was afforded, it was at
expense of so much strength as to
me greatly exhausted. Dnder these
cumstances I was led, though with
reluctance, from the supposed incurability
of the disease, to make a trial of
treatment. I found it soon beyond
my hopes, reaching the disease as it
never been reached before, and alleviating
iu symptoms to aa extent which I
suDDOsed impossible. At the time when
gave you my former certificate, while
did not feel assured of a complete cure,
had obtained a materia relief which
repaid me for ray trial of your treatment,
and which satisfied me that that treatment
w- s as efioctive as it was simple and
sophical. A substantial escape irom
old attacks of catarrh, for the almost
precedented period of nearly hall a
and that in spite of severe attacks of
ness, which would have formerly rendered
such an oecurrence inevitable, was, to
proof of an important success. It is
six months since I sent you that statement,
and wtiie it is unpleasant lor me to
thus constantly, and in this guise,
the public, it seems to me a matter of
juatice to yourself and to those
may be suffering as I was, to add
am not only as tally satisfied as to the
acd efficacy of your treatment of
as I was six months ago, but I
now of the belief that if there is such
tning as a cure for Chbobtc Cataksh,
my case a substantial core has been
Frkdibick S. Jstwbll,
Prof. SUte Normal Bchoot
: ALBAST. N. T, Bep t, 1. 1864,
G I F BOO
So. 140 Superior hirtit,
COOKS P.E SOLD AT
SEND FOR A CATALOGUE.
CATALOGUES MAILED FEES TO ANY ADEBE3&
BUT Y0UB mOTOfiBAFH AlBUH AT THE HET20P0LITA I
ftaTSKND POB A USSCKIPTIYB CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
SESD FOR A CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR PRAYERS AT THE METROPOLITAN.'
BEND OB A CATALOGUE.
fUmet tbe stMMtvy for muy pre4 Albania yon want, atxl I will awwd yaw lliej
; la tb state ir in nuafj, aa
A Gift worth from
WITH EACH CCCK.
-All communications shrald be addressed to t
I T A ,N"
a naaawaia wars Klin Iwki i.
50 Cents to $100.
140 Bupzbicb Stbsit, Clivblakd, O.
ure UNITED STATES
7 - 30 LOAN.
Bf authority or the Searetat J ef tha Traaanry,
tha aadaralgaad,theleneral Snbacriptloa Agent for
tha sale of United Stale SXuritlee, offers ta the
aabneihethtrdawiaaofTreaiary Hotea, Bearing
seven aad three laatba per cent, lalereat per annum
known aa the
Than Botes an baaed under date of July 16,
1SS&, aad are payable tare jeere from that date in
earreaoy, or are eoavortlble at the option of the
holder Into 1
V. S. 5-20 etx Per Cent. ;
Theaa Bonds ara worth a handiomepreminm.and
ara exempt, ss ara all the Government Boada, from
Oman, awi afeaiapol lexerio. wh'.ch aaVJaJroea o
Io Caret aa-oaat. par aawaaa e ikair naa, aocoidlng
to the rata levied apoa ether property. Tha Inter
eat Is payable seml-aaauaUj by Coo pone attached
to aach note, which may be out off and aold to any
bank er benker.
Tata latarfetal 7-30 peret, amonalalo
Oaa Cat per Day oa a 80 Mote.
Tea trail " lo
Tea 93oo "
as - a 8 loo a
(I aa u aa fauOu -
Votes tt all denominations named wlU e prompt
ly faralahfd upon roc lpt of anboenptioua. ,
Tha Notes of tha Talrd Serlea are pr.o aa y aiml
lar lalorm and prlallea to the Seven-Tnl-tlea
already aold, except that the Government oeeeree
to llaolf the option oi paylns Interact ia gt d cola
atSoecoant. In.teadof 7 S WibslacurMncy e'ub
aorikars will dddoot the inlereet la ourreaoy up to
July lota, at the time when they aubecrlbe.
The delivery of tbe aotea of this th'rd se'lea of
the Sevea-thlrttts will eommeooa on the let of
June, aad will ha made promptly and oontinuomly
after that date.
Tha allhtohar.f made In the conditions of this
TKIBD 8IRIIJ affectaon'y the metier of inter
est. Tha payment la gold, if made, will ba equiva
lent to tha eamncy Interest of the signer rate.
The return to loecie paymenla, ia tha evert of
which only will tha opU-n to pay lukreat la Gold
be availed of, would ao teduoe aad equalise pricea
that purchases made with all per cent, in sold
would be fully equal to those made with eeren and
three- teatae per eeat, la currency. Tk la ia
Tbe Only Loan In Market
How offered by the Government, and ita.aaparior
advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of tha People
las than f tHO.OOO.OOO of the Loan authorised
the hut Congress arc now on the market. Thia
amount, at tha rate at which it la being abeorbed.
will a-1 beanbaoribed for within sixty dare, when
tha aotea will undoubtedly ecmmaad a premium
ss baa uniformly beea the oieeon cloaln j the sub-
sortptloDe; to other Lout.
In order that eitiaena of every town aad section
of tha country may be afforded faculties for taking
the loan, the national Banks, State Banks, and
Private Bankers throughout tbe country have gen
eratlr agreed to receive anbecriptiona at par. 8nb
esrlberc will seleot their owe agenta. In whom th-y
have eonrldenee, and who only are to be responsible
lor the delivery of the notes for which tbe-y reotlve
Ho. 113 South Third ttraot, Philadelphia.
May 15, 1SAS.
Bubacriptions will be rereiTed.ty tha
FIB8T NATIONAL BANK, ,
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,;
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK,
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK,
NATIONAL CITY BANK, of Cleveland.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
ache, for a
Cobb, cndrews & Co.
(Latz J. B. Cobb & Co,)
211 BEPmOfi ST2T,
LAJBOB LOT OF
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
I TTTT3T)T7'T 1 ararTC!
XV U .D1j11j1.i VJlL'VAyrJ
Just received, aad for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
COBB, ANDREWS: & CO.
Keep aoaataatly supplied with all tha latest
Sunday School PabilcaUon?,
.. . .' . , i
Sunday School Class1 Ecoks,
Sunday School Singing Books, &Cs
; COBB, ANDBKWS & CO,
Jell J a I -tnPERfnB 8TREBT.
WK. W. JCSTTCl, SIB. BATBHaX, WI. BAKDACSS.
Justice, Bateniah & Co..
122 SOUTH FRONT STiUT,
STcTfeerl re-pent, eollclted. tn'an
ed. AGSNTLEMAN CTJKJSD OF
Debility, Pr-m.tofe Deoey, aad
effecta of Toothrcl fndlacn-tion. will aw baipy
fnrnlea ot here with tne tneena cf eerc. (jrt
caoree). Taic remedy aa almple, emit and certela.
YocfJutrrarvtoriijars.br return mail, pieace
4reea JOelN B. OGUEM.
BsBsMaw BaasaB St., Mew Xoik,
'ECUBB A POLICY
Life Insurance Co.,
OP NSW YOUK,
hlci oow otTers atfrantkzaai raDerior
A 04 much 1 v-tr? tn th nstii aoT other Ufc
ljuiiTtvooj ContpiaD ia tha OnittMl Siau.
The lut VmnH nivldfM
fu OTr Klxty per Crat
Of prswiTim- pit. -m! lnrgr thn fau bewa d
ela.red ami .mt Lirm lsa. Co. is na Woub,
plVTTCNOS re now drcltvrd .wwrttLT, rd
A' aaTtvllabie for pa.ja.ent oi p-miam mt the wd
of th "rt f' tr o!tctK th-an cab be o '( rom
ny othT Lif rmppy; th-rrrj awenrir k to th
aV-nrMi th -drDtaviivM off- rwd bi Note Gompo
' d t tbe tm time -tviiDic tnen tbe 1sUw1tb
tavge ol ejiDsj Interest apes notes.
For preTaph'eu, with fnll ptvrtteul, or for Poll
cies, pjjl J to
mylS AtwBfr BniMlng.
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO-
Cf CleveJand, Ohio.
Capital 200,00 vO,
luvaned la r.r fullv eeerred ty fixat-elaas
llortgngtra, Boada aad Btccha.
E. P. Morgan, ' W. W. WHiht,
U. P. hy- re. lr. T T. Seeiye,
a. I n Jtrword, r W. S. btreator,
H. Ueriiun, jjanoa dm.
Lores P'eeties. A. N. Pete he der.
H. a. Keyool-la, i P. Staoard.
T 8. Becawlth, 6- O brUwold.
. P. MOWIN, P.el-i.nt.
B. P. MlERs. Vke Preednt.
J. n. i t.lEHWCRD, -ecretary.
J. B. MsblH, "restorer.
A. N. HATCH tDEB, General Airrnt.
ateT-Oflee lo Boieee hloch. corner of Boperior
. and Pa''lc Squarr, Cl.ve aodobio. my'taa
Fire Insurance Co.,
OSce 178 Superior Street.
fully and etnriy fnveeted In Grat claea Mori
gaea, Bonde autf Stocks.
may Receive 15 Per
3TTLLVI.N WITT, JAMSSMA'OH,
b.i Baldwin, b. st. cupin.
'. V. WAHN ICR, GtO. WoHTHISOTOaT,
B1RI HA-iVEY. O. A. a ROOKS,
W. B. OUt LEi.
STIliVl IN WITT, President,
H. M. I nlPl.l, Vice Prea't
IS. CI. BOLSK, Socretarv. mh-THRV.
ISCi. " isSS,'
Kurriii meson co7ijrr.
Ko Scrip oivne.a. France alvMad la CASS
aajce btocs and f-jPcy Holuera.
ture siar'.oe Brao or eu unt-v, rire ,
Si'Mtiri, Hercbenaieu, f gruitare, la Po-tj
tte better oteae or ante Keaeral.y.
War. Hart, &. rViton. Amaaa Stone.
e. 1 bamVrlrn. L. D. Hn-lsoa. J. H. Cbamberlla.
W. T. v .Iter, V. a. 0rdner, O. . Cvlall,
I. W. Feluia, m. wellnouja.
Of rlt OviatVa ti-berufe, ftxit of fnperio
Ijoena Al;n-1 aaJ pro rpt:y oald.
Capt. O. A. wARDhKU, Marine Inapector.
J ENS vVOBTH,
rire & Life Insarance Agent.
Office 21 1 Warble Block, Kupe-rlor St.
RD re-en t the following. Ocmpanka : Cenitaf.
laeuranee -'-ompany of borth Amerecawai,7la 171
New England Sire Ina Co, Hrtirti. 0U0
Laaar " Kew York. IS 4T
V Mtern Haaeachneetta. lire Plttoneid ass 741
Albeny City, fire lna. Oo. Albany, N. T OU
Hose " Frollnte. ISO O 0
Putnam " nenlord. 607 SSI
Loeaw promptly adjneted and paid.
aplBtaisHni J. sioiaiWOwrH, Asant
I. D. HUDSON,
Ueaeral Fires Marliaa aad Ufe Inaore
Ofloa, Oviatt'a Bxcnaare, foot Snparlor Btract,
aaraaeeHT vas roLuowiaa oewreaTns:
Bnckeye Hataal lna. Co Clevetaad, cmCi.
tnio, tnrecaa jaannej , , ..a 3a-a.a,iaa
Market Fire ' " 4I4.7M
Su eon Fire " " al.wl
Norwich rlrc las. Co., Borwlch, Ct 1".2S
Sortb Wiwtem " Oewefro, N. T. '240,77
w Vork Lire " am. York. B.tMis.73
Pboenix Marine I Da. Oo. of Broot lyn
N. T , cam capital. .. B.mMl.noa
LObdfa tttOMPLTY aUJVBTLD AND PAID.
Particular attention siren to toe adjnetaient cf
Xarinc Loaaea. L. O. BUDsON,
Arent and Adjnater.
fkpt. C. A. ftaeTra. Warlnw lngpertr,r. fel8-R3
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