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nA!tHT nOKXIXA MArW4, .hit .rk teWuat Tavra IM I Ml I ailed States. ' - . ' Th town ef 8L Augustine, ef wMoh our trpg have just tftkta peaoofal potsesflon, ta the most anoint settlement la the Cal led States, and has history of romance anil wonder unequaled by ny plae en the oseticcBt It Is a place of two -tnonaand icaabilaats, 'iiuilei o lbs northeasters coast of FIoTlds, two mile baok from ths Atianrio shore; omhe twit vo1n of a pen insula, eiseet4 niih the main land by a narrow Isthmus, proteoted from the twell of the ooeaa by Anne mil Island, not tuffi oloBtly high to ebetrust ' the tea breeies and ft view of the ocean. It if la the form of parallelogram, fronting east on Ma tastss Sound, forming ft harbsr luftjieut to contain larga tteet in safety. The city it ono mile Ion, and three fourthi of a mile wide. Tb streets r narrow, and some of them very crooked, and the houses are ffnerally built of atone, two stones Msh. It eonuins a splendid Korean Caihole Church and other houses of worships and on the et Is a fine large square, which forms a" charmiog orange trove. The oLaee, is eitremielj alubnou, and has aliraje been a favorite "sort for consumptives ad other invalids from the North. Fort Marion Hands at the north end of the town, and oomplelely commands the harbor. Keguler steam packet hare always ran between Bt. Augustine ana Charleston- It was at this Tslaee that Ponee de Leon landed when la search of the foonUia of vooth. three hundred and fifty years ago, and here that he took possession -of the whole eoantry for the Spanish crown. Sosse time afterward it was settled by a Color, y of t'reaoh Protestants, but they were all subsequently massacred by a body ef Boaa'ards. dispatched from Spain for that pur pes. Ths latter fare the place the name ef can Anrnstine, in the usual man ner of the early voYneers, because tbey kad arrived on the oo&st on the day dedi cated In the calendar to that treat Balnt. They eetabliebed a fort at the town, which they held until 1586, when It was captured bv 8ir Francis Drake. Mr. Bryant, who Tisited ' ths city some Tear in, described it in a few words : " The oid houses, built of a kind of stone which is seemingly a pure concretion of mall sheila, ererhats Ue .street wttfl their wooden balconies, and the gardens between the houses are fenoed on the side f ths street - with, high walls Of stone. Peeping orer then walls you see branches ef she cores tranata and of the orange tree, now fragrant with flowers, and rising yet higher the leaning houghs of the fig, with its lazorlast leave. Occasionally yon Dass rains of houses, Toa meet in the street with men of swarthy oomplexlon and foreign physiognomy," So. . ( '. .'m m m ' "; '. The Great Floating Battery at Island No. 10. [Correspondence Cincinnati Gazette.] In oompaiT with a number of army offi ears I srossed the mainland on the Mis souri side, yesterday, a distance of about three miies, to a point dnreotly opposite in foot of the Island. We were not more than thrss-quafters of a m'Ue distant from th soutbern extreme or the TObet jortinoa- tions. By the aid of a glass ws could re disttae'Jy ,Ur operation v m. enemy. Vast numbers of nsnniformed men were assembled en th shore. A few regiment vers on parade, marching and counter marching to the .tune tipixit, aeajieai cy sable drummer aui a -scaly-looking nrer. What most attracted our attention : was a float! nr battery, tb most formidable loot ing object of defense or effease, yat pre tested to the Federal eye.. Those who hay Tisited New Orleans . within few. jer past, will remember the Peiiaan Dry Dock upon which river steamboat are constant ly being rpaue4. . ths. ontery i auuae w is mcanted upon this dock, which ietiot less than J00 hundred feet in length. , The guas are about sue feet above ths water,.. In th centre of the battery there is large iron apartment, shaped Uke one. of out gaa j boats, covered with heavy iron, and design ed for a protection to the men.v l uusk it mounts ten guns, certainly not less thaa iiht. and none ef them smaller than 32- pounders. I might mention, paiumf, that whiia we wero scanning the enemy's ranks, we saw a great smoke, heard a loud noise (slewed by aa aimospoens "waits which wu interpreted as an earnest admon iticn for as to stay not upon th order of our roinc. but ro at once: and almost m- nltaneous with this, we saw the earth fly in miscellaneous directions. . The Army Hospitals. There are twe.lv? General Armj Bospi tals in the District cf Columbia and Alei' andria, three in Baltimore, four in Annap olis, two in FaUaaelpuia.. loose at lial li enors, Philadelphia and Annapolis are for eonvaleeoents nntil thej are sntnolentlj reoovered to join their respective regi nents. The capacity for the smaller hospitals is two htmdred and twenty five patients, and of the lartcer eight hundred. The hospi tals in this vicinity are tolerably fall in eonseqaenee of the reoent military changes in position. Not more than one In ten is confined to his bed. All receive the best vossible attention from the military depart' stent of the army. One female nurse and two male attendants are allowed to each twenty cedents. The total number of deaths for the past year, 8,990, inolades ths report in these twenty-on hospitals, as well as in two hundred and fifty-sevea regiments, including those of the army of the) Potomae. . The Brutish Parliament. Eon. Thnrlow Weed, In a letter dated London, February 35th, writes his im pression of the British Parliament, as fol lows : ' "I go when I get time to the Parliament House. I begin to like the way business is done in Parliament. The manner is business-Uke. There is no 'buncombe'- -no spread-eagle' declamation. Men who have Senas talk sensibly, and to the porpoee. The ministers, who ara members also, sit on the right of the speaker, to explain the views oi the government and to answer questions. AJ though the body is composed of soma six hundred members, the Chamber is not half as large as our Hall of Representatives. The House is only fall when it 'divides' on im portant questions, and then muy stand op. In reading, as we do in English papers, re ports of debates, the frequent reenrreaoe of hear, fcr t,' seems senseless. Bat in listen ing to these debates yon soon discover a rea son far and fitness in these interjections. They oocation no interruption, and rather aid than embarrass tbe speaker." - X Gsograpbicaj. Ebbob The man who sums up tbe American news for . the Paris Monlteir should decidedly be sent to school, and made to overhaul his geography. His version of a late bulletin reads thus : "Tbe Tederai army landed and proceeded towards Eliaabeth City, which they found deserted and burned by the Southern troops.' From there a detachment advanced to ths Tenia set finr. and thus occoples the principal road between Memphis aud Columbus. This movement establishes the troop oi General Barns'. Je in the rear of the great army of the Potomac," , ...... i A shall from the Merrimae, during the re cent naval battle off Newport Sews, entered the small frame building occupied by Uarnv field as his headquarters, carrying away the Ira place and a portion of the-rhimney. It did not explode, howeves, or all in he house vjronld fcarepericbed. "" . Wkea'n Worcester girl is kissed, she looks surprised, and nays f " How could yon T" T which the swain is sure to re ply:' will gi "is pleasure to show you," and prooesds to give her a duplicate. DRY GOODS H. D. KENDALL & CO. DRESS G 0 0 I) S. HmsItoI In-Dtr, DraM wd la eutlrolr aew r McCLKLLAN PLAIDS, Ualiick Plaids, Frbnch Pbint', I TBAVELINQURES8 OOOD3, ! Valbxcia Pl&ids, &3. Ntwaud UuUfal EMBROIDERIES. A Fnlt A akortmiiiit at KID SLUVB9 umrtM o ilsra. BLaoa llUj-Bi6TOlJfr. a uaou. 8PBINQ BALMORAL8. A fait aw rtiatnt tt the ctltbratad (JROWN SKTRTS Foa Misei. I . tuur wuu, hash. uig H D. KINDLL 00. DIES'. GILT & STEEL BUT- MITTBKHO HAUHMA.NM. 2500 YARDS MOttK F LL-WOOL DeLAINES, Wot 11 own II rsH-wortb SO cents. Auo 10,000 Yakds OF THE BEST PBINT3, tor on Shilling It lard. L P.BHIBWOOD, ir8 ii Snrtor it. c ASH Vibsus CBEDIT! A CASO BARQAIS 1 ;42-INCH BEEPLE FINISH, Dleacfced nilow Case Cotton, Oni ShiluhqI . i. baldwin a oo. QA3H BARGAIN! IX TEA FIKE English Powjr Loom Unbliachid 6ca Island Skirtings, i OmbHiLLina! eiwM X. I. BAtDWIS OO. ADIES "HOME GUARDS." I IBOWJ'B BliiiPKJiiilOW WAIST ' ABB fMISOTZO SKIST BVFP0ZTIK8, r a wrise "Chios' lnftltntten. It nnttea ths Ooraot. hkonidfir.br. Antl-Lar and Sklrt-Hn- Sorter In on becnttfnl arttol of WMiinj A'el. Th. "(Vinitltntinn mnst b PrMArrad.' whioh v- eri ImOj tan cm m br wearins tnM wauu. TBV TBBlltrSItlKt) BSDUUavi Far sal bj riUSlS KBLtiOGO, 117 8oMiot kra. 1' jiiriK., iii!lBr, HtaMait.- - BOWKS A biGiKl. i37 Hnaerior it. Sirs. HABVav, t8t.01alr t., an at Wkol. alaud tetell br tb Proyrlrtori and Kuabcto nn, lfIl Ontario straat, ot Moon's Anotloa dun, CieraUnd. O. W u!U nxd to Order. - akatoadjoantr Brrm bmli. ' BuiiitiB bEirririiiJ. Ws will eromcntsan Hram who make the Waists or mako th Braces wlthoat aotAontT from as. aosiS - ; QHEAP GOODd !-' J f-' ''AND NO LIKING 1 5000 1'tls Fast Ccl'd Calieo, ' w At Osi "Shilliho! FREEMAN k KELLOGG. B X A a. i mmxz & cochecq prints. Of Sprlag Styles oat received and for sals. At Sixtiih Cxmts Pxa Yaks I ant the OHLT BTOBI where the genuine Goods oaabohaaU. -. . .-. rstinas at swaiimuvw. ". i . . CHEAP DeLAIXJES. i .. 1,000 YARDS, Two BhUUaa Dobaines o tiered this day at 19 seats. j ; . , , F&SEMAN k KELLOGQ. 1500 YARDS QWt) DxLAINES, OKI SHI( LIKU. i " FRHl AN A KKLLOGG. The Eesi 4-1 lir, v. n Sheeting IMTH-C'lr, FOR ONK lilLLING! FEKSMAN & KELLOGQ. Too Best ' ' 7-3 BLEACHED SHIRTING ,': FOR ONE SHILLING! FREEMAN k KELLOGG". PBIXTS AI WHOLESALE! ! FREEMAN & KELLOGG Offer to the Trade, this dar ,TIilry Thousand Yards KJCRSIMACZ, ' UKION, OOCHSCO, MADISON, AMERICAN, - CHICKOKEJt, 8PRAGUE3, P. ALLEN PACIFIC, MOUBIiraa, and SHIRTING PRINTS! PRINTS! PRINTS! At tbs lowest market price, ior CASH, at 217 Superior street LADIES' & HISSES' CLOAKS Madi To Okdxb, At greetl; reduced ariose, to class the stock of Win ter Goods, from -. DBAB FUR OLOTH-Hew aud Beetlfnl Goods. BLACK rUB CLOTS, BBOWH rUB VLOTU, BBATBB 0LOTH8 Water Proof, BBOADOLOTHcV In aU Oolors, Ao., At 217 Superior St. FREEMAN KELLOGG. " , FREEMAN KKLLOGG OFFBB THIS PAT,' Onffwedaoasd ttargalna ba all aladsol TknGY SILKS, tf whlesi we havs a vary large aaaortaaoat, at - 217 SurixiOE St. 'J'HiiiOLD PlilUiiiaiSUaTAlNED. BiotwltBatanctlng thsadraaoe of ariess of Prlnu, 1 abail ooeuuioe to sell BBIslAOEB, ' . OOOHBOOIS, ' . AMOSKBAog and ' 1 ' '; " - WAJUOTTAS, AT ONE 8HILLING PER YARD. 111 i '- - ' "-!' 11 '- - l s . . a 1 L P. BUSRwrwin su Bnaecsar eueet. MEDICAL A YBB'S PILL8 AUl OllRtHO THK RICK TO AN BXTINT AM MHilOlSK. JULfSII AI'KL. tu .llmwlf kmiwn rruir, ol ihftiul itrw!, I'niiauviiiDia, iim cuuin tru ducU r found at almoat vntj UilM, "IT": '1 as happr tu mt o yourC'ATiiAaTlo Tillm, that r4tutuou we. thau aujr otbvr wtibiu mt kuuwIfxUa. Many or ml rfinrti uaTO rUE.Hi nuarKru ih'uh fn.ui thaw, and ovinula wtlb tu in U-lirTln tlial thM -.-..j astraurdtiiaT virtt!- lur dnvtiif out divaa.oaad oniins tba alck. Thir ara out all-o. tnal, but aKt aua pitaa- w i u..u-tju.iiu wl.l.b niuat maka Uwot ntaad bt tfea fubUc, wltaa Ilia ttnorabta Obtnoollor WIBSIiAW writos troai Jlaltluiora, l.Hb Asm, wot: I 11 Lib. Hin I hava takan Toar Pills vim rat bin, nt tor tba litlMDMa, lansnur, loai of apsottta. and bllhona baaactia, whiob baaot law jraari OTnrtakKO ma In tha pr!ug. A fi w doaa ol yaur ruia ourea mm ima u- w toral lor many yoart In my Ututly tor o uha and coldi with oalalilns ancoaaa. loo auka madlcluel mbU b cura: and : M u l aiaainra u ooumauuyoo for tha sooo yoa Eava dona and are Solos JOHN F. VBATTI, aakWe. of tba 1'ann.BaU- road uo., aays: "PaaalTLTili E. B. Omoa, 1 ' Pbiladelpbla, Uaa. II IUS. I Bin I Uka sleaanra In addlui my taailinony to tba eWcmcy of your madlolnaa, h alius darjvad Tary Dwtanal baoallt Iraa tba nae of bolb your PacloraJ and Cathartic fllli. I am nfT-r llh .ot them In mr family, nor snail 1 avar oonaaat ta aa, wklla my a ana will procora tbam." Ibawldeiy rao waaa b. .Diiiam,a, m4w Wiwortb. M .H., wrltaa: 'Uaylnc aaad I or Uaibartlo Pills ta my aractios, I nartiryfrom axperianoe thatthay ara an tnysln ablaparaatlTa. la oaata ol diaordarad fouMtona of tba llTor, oaoalnf boa Jew ha, indignation, ooatira. nam, and tba srtat aarlaty of dlaaatwa tbat follow, (bay ar a snrar remedy than any otbar. in all cmwa wbara a partotiya rmdy la raoired, I ooa Sdantly raoommand tbeaa Pilia to tna aubllc, aa an parlor to any otbar 1 hara orar tmnd. Ihey ara ura in thatr oparation, and parfaotly afe quail tiaa wbich maka tham an lnralnabla arlicla for public naa. 1 hava for many yaara known your Oharry Pactoral aa tba baet Ooug s medlclue ta tba world; and Ibaaa rilla rra la no wiaa Inferior to that ad. mirabla areparaUon for tht traatmant of diaaaM." AoToa.ma, fior. as, txM. Da. I. O. Ana Paar blr: I bare been affiiotad tram my ftlrtk with aarofnla In ita worat form, aid now, aiur twenty yaara' trial, and an noiold ol amonntol snSaria, bva baan oomplataly cored In a few weeks by your Filla. With what lealininof ret old n i wrtta oan on'y ba imaainad whan yon ro alu what 1 ha aaEorad, aod how leuf. Navr ontll nw baa I baaa fraa from this lwthaoms diMaaa in aoma thapa. At timaa it at tacked mr eyea, and made ma alaoat blind, baaides the naandurabia pain; at others It settled in tbe acaipof my head, and destroyed my hair, and hal kept ma partly bald all my daya; aometinwa It oama ont In my face .and kept It for months a raw sore. -A boot nine weeks ato I oommenoed taking yoor Oatnartlo Pills, aod bow am autireiy free Iron tbs fw,ntnt M evaa ara well, my akin Is fair, and my hair bas oommenoeu a healthy stow lb; aU ef wbich makes me teel a ready a new pereon. "Hoain this statement may ba tbs means of oonyeyinx lnlormettcn that shall do good to others, I am, with erary sentiment ol sratitnde. lours, Ac, aiAklA tUOKIB." WI hare known thoabora earned Harla Bloker from hor chudhooa. ana ner aiatement is sixieuy DsaHfBiu AKDBBW J. HB91BW. n.-i mmnr nf tba Tortamonlh Mannrrina Oo w Ojjrr. Jn&b PBATT, of tba ah p Marlon, writes from Boston, sutb April, 1004: HVnnr Ptiia h.Te cured me from a bllHoos attack which arose from derantenient of the liver, which had become Tery serious. I had failed ol any relief by my pbyslclan, and from every remedy 1 ooold trr; bat a few doaea of your Pills hare completely restored ma to health. I have giyea tbem to my children for worms, with the beat effecta. They ware promptly cured, i recommended tbem to a friend for custiTeneee. which bat troubled him for mouths; bo told ana ta a few days tbey bad cured him. 100 make the best medicine In the world; and 1 am tree to ear so." ' Bead this from the distinguished BoHoitor of the Supreme Court, wboae briPiant abilitiee hays made him well known, not only In this bat neifh- borlna mates: Baw Oai.aiM, Kh April, Ufia. "Bin I nsrs great satisfaction in aaenring yoo that myself and family hae been very much bene fitted by your medicines my w 1 le w aa enrea, two Mr since, of a severe and duseroos oouflh by yoor Cherry Pectoral, and sinoe then baa enjoyed Krfeot health. My children bane several times an cared from attacks of the irfluensa and Cronp by it. It is an lliraiiiai le remeoy ior inraa oom plaints. Xour Catbartlo PUIS have entirely cored me from a dyspepsia and coatlveness, hlch baa gre n upon me for aoma years, indeed, this care w much more important, from ths fact that 1 had failed to get relief from the best physicians wbich thai section of tbe country affords, and from any of tba numerous remedies 1 had taken. "You seem to ns. Doctor, like a provldentleJ blessing to our family, and yon may well suppose ws are not onminatui 01 it. I Yours respectfully. btaiui 1 n a A it a. SMATB OnaMBEB. .. AH1 Mb. 1AM. On. J. 0. Atsa Honored fir. 1 have made a thorough tnal of toa uetneue nua. lerc me oy yenr agent, and have been cared by tbem ol the druediul rheumatism andar wbtcb he round me onfferiug. Tne first ooae reileved me. and a few subsequent doso' entirely removed tnedieeate. 1 feel In better health now tean lor aome rears before, which 1 at tribute entirely to tbe effects of yoor Catbartlo Pills. , I ours alia great lespect, f - ' liUOlUli B. UKTOALF.' The abora are aU from persons who aro publicly known where tbey reside, and who would not make these statements without a thorough pourtsUon tbat tbey were true, ' . Pkxpabid bt J. 0 AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, liowell, Mas) AndO. W. OtiABK, and by all Drag-glits and Dealers In txedlcus ovary wners dac5tB2Mwtwaow MoUOWiM JSLii B IN F I R M 235 Superior, Corner of Seneca Street Dr. MeOOHsTBLL baring been lor several rears ooanected wltb toe first limitations of this obarae ter In hew York ann eleewbere, feels oaniident tbat he oan giro entire satisfaction to tboae afflicted with an? aisnaaeoi ins ai a or e.a.0, wno maj am uiacn aelTea under bla trnAtment. Muraerous Instances of sersons almost totallr blind or deaf, hare bees restored to sight and bear Ing. These rmisaaj beaeen la tne city at any time br aersons oalling. Aleo, a nnmber ol successful oeerationa kir tbe remoral of (Jataract. sara is oelebrated BIB WATBB will be sent to gar address uaon tbs receipt of one dollar. All oommniiioettona by Utter most oontaln a stairs ior return posiage. ocxy faB AiaL-tiOfFlUlAlIZ THsvr. VIENNA rRIESEMAR 1, 2 & 3, ARE DE I TtPTID B SOrAL LBTTIBB PATIBTo Borland and saonrsd br the basis of tbs Boole ds "bexmacie ne i aria, ana us uuesna wuinor Kadlolne, Vienna : no. 1 Is Inealnable tor iTlnsjrtloa, ssermatonaxs aafl all ahrsloal aumbiuttes. I 1S0. A mmalstalr eradicates all traces of those dat eases tbat ht heretolore bees treated sr the nam Ssons and fernlelous nae ol ooaajra ana enbeDs. ... Bo. I has entlreiv svnalaiited the tninrtooa use tteronry, thereby tnsnnca to the anderer speedy re. bW, Aliasrsini all ta pari Use, aad rooting oat tbs feoion nj an TailtlaAB. floe. L t and itrs sreaairaSloa the form of a losenge, devoid ol taste and small, and oaa be carried In the waistcoat socket. Sold in tin oases and divided Into separate doses, as administered by f uMit ulumtH was, ,. i-noe as eaan, or s laimn Kr re, which jm. .u. ui n i i , wbjrebytbaraitasa'IngofSt. To aepad whciatsii and retalt, of Ir. BABKOW, Flo. 194 IHeeoker street Sew Tork. lmmediatelj on reoelvlng a remlttanot fir. Barrow will forward the Trieaemar to anj ai of the world, sennrelr esc ted, and add sssstaoonrs Ing to tbe Instmetions of the writer M " saSTBold by Q W. OLABK, Agent tor Oleveland. BOOAB-tXJATBn PUBBLT VBQETABLB. The Oldest, Cheapest, aod most reliable Psmlly Medicine in nae. Bore nsed than any other kind. Price Bceate- Kills la a box. See Olrcalara. sjeTSold by strong A Armstrong, Benton Bros. B. W. Palmer, Ohurcnill Hro. a Ian, at wholesale and null at ifll Ontario street, Cleveland, 0 bf O. ti. eiOHRls,' General Agent for . Ohio, Ulchiiran and Indiana, and bp all BrngSlsts in tbe country. IT O R R I S 1 ARABIAN COXMTION POWDESB, The beet asd cheapest reaudp for aaap of the dis eases peculiar to Hcei3, Cattli & 8H11P now In nse. Bo says every one who has nsed tbem esj-r-ee circulars, t old by Strong A Arm.trong, Benton Bros. K. W, Pslmr Also, w hoi. sale and retail by the Propiielor, at 161 i.ntsrio st., ;jleve Und.Ohlo. fl. . OBBlf. Proprietor. And he a!' rirtiffffl.t. hi tie cprret-V -wrly 1(NVKLOPE8f ENVELOPES 1 1 V KI0,ln Envelopes, of all slaea, e.uallctee sad col ors far sets at tbe Lull. Ouau ting Mooes, chssp of mn7 A R Y. am 2 a,'i - g C FAR! 8 ; rssWrr, tfi Dr. E. L. SOULE & Co. IS u.. Jfy ? iwaM'aercssas HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. TJAKI saleireicbau WAKE FOR MALErxEX- VOK A broken sleek tt HaeSwaea Air -exchange fit a vacant lot l MS," LITTliB, mril:3fl HQ S Alwater tnlldllig. POCKET CUTt,KPr-In Gbiat 1 earlety. BAUSMANN, Tithl Cntlnr? lu trresjt vnrfettv. pvoui, l'UtU AthittA, ariBnBtlTr. A.. 'v btet. ttrM aua Irou KtretU, with ttauda, ' " iluhnn 8cal srith wnlfbti nd ting bUnoa. I'ittauit 0ls3HITa, i " - rM ivcitNsuia rif turn, w II ritlff KlIlTM, UsOk pUOIllftDd Kdivm. itntJIsxi Aim and Hitrh"t, ftQtdjrtifl Kir Oil or ilmult . I , : v 1sUrn Pumpd ad Chain Pamf, sVU ut Wtr Orswtnt BUM INsVC, . ' l i r i thxi !?ftwi. retMlv for dm. and Baw Bucki. ha.. A.t wbich ara otLirod lor tale at prioM aitd to tU lis imrnrro n , Piim or raaioci.- WOOL TWIJJifi.i BROWN DO., Hns rinnta(. A- H R K4VNOI,n P .L; O W tt, OTJLTITATORS, Aa K. RATNI1LIW iili) A STB ABB KBAB AT BAND, AMD NOW 18 TBBT1SLB To Purchase lour Cutlery. Kalvss and Porks. Plated porks and Baoona, Carvers ani bteels, Ac Ac at H. K. WILLS AOO.'B. eclB 11 Pearl street. West Bide. 1 RON j JL HOfJBB, ! AND N 1.L8 WARE- No, tl. it. SB. and S ; Blvar street, sal ts, M, S7 and S3 oa tbe Sock, Ulevsland, Ohio. w. v. oaasT. aoaaiaoa starrsua. I ' W. F. CARET A CO., ' I10LBAL AOPNUY POB TUB SALX OP et TT N I A T A NAIL8I i Gammon ana) Charcoal Sktti Iron I JUHIATA DOILIB PLATB. PHI "JO Pi t)W AMU ELlBTKB b'ttili. PTBBl i i'LOV Vk.NG'J. BAB IBON. OiiOTOH VIBIH-'W OLA89. OBIBD I bTONKal. WM. O. PARR'S Celebrated Tire Proof SAPBS, Ac, at mas i FEW MORE LEFT OF Lthose small slsed BADBAOB Oti rTBBS AND BTUPPBBA, Just the thing for taralUea, at decH WKLLB A OO.'B. n EPICAL. i w-SM honor ta JJouart Jreautm 1 1 1 - SEilLfAL WBAKKSSS, oa IrnMavouAOjis. SLUT, 4o., aao IMFOTIKOT j COS UD, " After tQ other Treatment fall! I I DR. A. GIBSON, WW uir j if ut ;ow lull uiif, win wmj vue u m- dred dollars for the rroof that ha ever falls to ours tbs aboe named diseases. He will tbe sams sugi lur the nroul that ar.y other VnTiloian in tba (Jul ted b'.-SLes treats tba same diseases wit equal success. Altsr nwnT pears of laboriont study and .1 sort er, o. lr. GIBOal is haasr in being able to aa- aoviesto th nnlortnnate, that aa has aerfeoted a Sf stem oi irea:ninut ir ius i HPS SDK ABO f tasLABBBT ODBX sf ths aioTe and otuer t PRIVATE DISEASES Wi2iail bad eSaola anIng tharefrom, luoln&liMi IffirilLlTT OK KEliVODS FUOoTKATiOif. B4 tiaa iDcoMdod la ourtnff eaM la thta alty, aoma oi taom ntsi exaonuMi onnarsxu oi aoiiari wnu iaiJ-ityld byflUii, who profcai to trwttaUrtraa &atfca- wita iTiooeM. and wlUoot rocairciAf Uu UMt par Mot ol baaaat. i. tiBOOM doea not boait that ba U a mmber ot omeOoUtM In loaaoaor farla, ai ava-baya aoma ntfuvrs do tor tee aaraota ol enBar.nf the lnnooeat. asd wbo bold oat ffraat I ioaa btc to ba ra- al'aed. bat what lr. faibeua mLsbt boait ot It Uiti, tbat betaabU to .t aatlra aattataotloa to tbnM wuo rpBoaeooaDaeuse in au acuity ana mtoav l-rtt. and tbat ba ba aarfuoied aa Americaa irtleai Of vtxftiHsBnt waicn ccauaaitaa mnj rnruoian or tion tfoQ or Pat Mi or any aataot meOlcine to e-iaal tor tba radJcaJ caro ot aailitiU wsakatin, aod aU daeaam oy f-raui)rsDta, both mertal aua Hyixoai. aiiilnf trosti axul oraoorat aiaM, Dr. i,vr;;.( aao cUinu for btinatr traatmeiittba toUnvtiix aintatft oter ail owhan rot diiTored; and Arati tbs r?cts Tuari arc tn do rap4ct diafny aulaj ba w no rjwao7 tUa dark a-ra, aactt aa fctctrr7, hct any nt&ar dlnrloui dis.f: Beooodif ao rsMiriCatOD Id diet or btuutaat M roared; Tblrd it bifrtreaviT)fnt Is aoitIre aod oartaln la ail caata. MeaUotia pfeaajreJ to aoUtoanjr patvlio or tiraie DoawiUU in tarn unitea cww iaa uomuajibraa tarn tm meaw c petioai tr oj hli dw trsatmaDt ovar any osjmt now koowB to tna world In aoint of arojaal naa. paratauaoar aiUiibtaa, aaiaty aad wbimm.iw 10 UlH tStl-. Ur. tiLBHoa m parawDaQUy looatad In Oltraod, tndbvdartQf tbo pMt two yeaJi yarformed manr mm ol -aiaaiw wo lob bad for yaara Taaistad all 0Yier n.ooM of treatment. liefpreTicaoan be (Ithq to lpoitiiaaui ol toe Ant rotpoctabltitr in OiaTataad, jtu-4Un, JSw iork, and o:aor ciao in mni to Kill ana intf nrr in aji jrimwt rona. tranaao.HDa. DfloHDEka, lia.aMsatliia. borofula aad mil Cuuoaie fiirMteo trrjatod with in wrier aaoaaai. tr filvvolclna rent to any avt ol tfe aoutry om ranelptof ts-ndcllan. Dr.UfccJt'bifct Work oaFMaMW M Mia m bi o-ioa. DS. GIBSOIT, sprt.wr of EUcbropttiy mU Mt&iiM, Office lit tiaaeca at., a few doort from Suaarlor, Qp atitira. on botin from t to U bam frwr I tm I 'o-oc S'E. KN'APP. Ootupt, o 12 1 years exaertenoa, eselsalvalp treats Diseases 02 tne Bye, and Deefuees, . , At mo. taiv s-rospecs streea, -vierwanu, v. SJbb" Abundant testimonials of eoreons restored tt Sight or Hearing In Mew Hor A, the Western Htates and northern Onlo."aa Artificial eyes Inserted tbat STOVa, and ths best fueUty. Or. K. has Ukana L'tsloma in oomaetitlos wltb all other Oculists, at the Bew fork state Pal', ear his snserb Artificial Cres. THE UfLfcFEHBEK'gh FAMILY MBDlOINBdare areaared under the immedi ate snaem.loa of a Skillful Phrsicte-i, and that sue be relied naoa In all eases. The Intelligence of tbeoomraunlty Is notlninlted by the ofler of a single medicine whlcti claims to oon all dlaeasea, but tbe Grsslenbeig Bcmediee ooa slat of eleven different Medicines, aU unequalled lr the tare ol tbedtseeses tor whloh they are recom mended, among which bast be selected one apsrosri ate to any of the diseases incident ta this country end uUmete. The G re ten berg Tegetsble Pills are better than any other And olPUia in the world erios oanU. The Orafenberg Turlne (Jatholloon lean Infaili. ble earned kr all Pamale dianaars artoe SL90. aw The Cterine Gethulioon will also cure gravel, disease ot the kidneys, a urinary a.moulty in maiai The Orwtfenbera ManaBarilla la by Bar the moa powerful and aisoaciona oomacund In ase arte. SL. The tirssienbera Dysentery Syrun is a certain and ojnlck remedy tor all disease of the bevels price sue The Orajienberg Pile Remedy never falls to perma nently relieve ths distressing dlsusss piles SI. The Oreslenberg (Jbildren's Panacea Is an Invala able oon aousd ta all diseases incident to ehUdrea The Grnfenberg Pever and Ague Bemedr is a sov rotgn seed He for tnls part Ion iar dlesaee price eon. The Graatenberg Green kfonntain ulntment ezoals all other salves In Its curative effects artoe ascents. TheGrsilenbergxnBnm:ive's Halm affords ths stoat astonishing relli in all pulmonarvoomplalnts price SI a bottle. (aavAn eminent Pbyalclaa ol Bew Vork, states that ne has known the Gratfen berg Oonsnmptrve's Balm used with great snooasa la Dropsy. Oar own azpeilenos snbelsntlstet Bit tatement.) The Gnefenberg Eealth Bitters are most pleaaaa1 and deligbtful tonic etor prepared price So cents. Tbe Grssfenberg Kye Lotion is unparalleled in el' inflammation or diseases ol ths Kg e price So esata If a. fi. B. KaomnT-DeaxBiri Ws feel ft a drrti we owe to the pnbiic, to state tbat Marshall's Oa thotleoa Is a medicine Invaluable tor eosaeleintt olaased under the bead of Pemale Dlssases. V ehan need yonr Grnfenberg Medicines and havs ban greatly benefitted thereby, so much so. that wart the srioe double, we would have them. Te tbe tboo sands ot our sex who are suflerlng from weaknesses we would reoommend tbe ttnolloon aa a sure pans' It tfives strength to the system and enables of the organs of the body topertorm their ap- each proaruUe I nnoticcs. nlrs. W. (J&TSq, Mrs. fl. R. WISES. stiss tt V OlsAUXBIT. Medina, March 1, Ml. aVfa.1 be above named Ladles ws are personally ao fuainted with, and know that for several years while we lived in Medina, they were great snflerers Miss 8. has been so badly afflicted tbat it was wltl difficulty aha was able to etaod upon her feet. A lev bottles of Oatbolioon entirely oared her of ber oom pisiuts. Mr wile received great benefit from tbti medicine. We reoommend it to the Ladies ef thB oounty as a safe sad eaoteat raaedp tor ths aaaap oomplaiuis they art subject to. . .OKI WBBKB, Bdltor CienSeld Herald. M. B. KIBeBUT.OatflrSiaal, U&oarti A rant i- t ittatsx. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. c. L. LATIMER, A TTORSST AT LA W. Offers his Ssrvioas ra the traslaess of hts Profcaakm. VSnrlna Business hours mar be found at the ofiie of Joseph Parkins. At otbar hours at tne "Ulrch Uoase " . mailJcl avia w. uaes. sia saucs Or1 AOE 15KUUJS, ATTOlilN AIO and UonaeeUara at Law. Omoa 1st Baaertof Street, orPtetie MerotuBt's Hank,) Cleveland, O. SasII'Jiaiiaiw pALMER DENNIS,- uj:.i-obbts a r la w, 3 Ho. IS. Psrkia's ttallitlng. Olevelaad, Ohio. ; s. w. pai-mss, lnov-ju:j:ai a s. nrasis LXTATSONANTTRIDDLS, f Mnumi a LiW. Uflre No. sS tfaperiot IrVt, Klevalaud, Ohio, B. WILLI AMauV. , laall A. O. sUDLB. 1 '-nsisTirn'i I -ssi iii-sssa. -" -"--.- g - v LEGAL NOTICES. A8Ttt COMMi.SiONEaS 8ALH Parauant ta aa alias order -of sals to us reeled from Uift Ccurt of Coiouion Pleas for Ouyalioga Uuuuty, la ths (lists of Ohio, loan action therein peudiiiK, win-rein KOward Lud lain is plaintiff, and Ana Hahanand Mary Mahan are defendants, 1 shall expmw lor sale at public Auction, at the ilour oi the Court liotwe, iu said Ouniy, on tlm l'Jih duy ol April, Mil, at two o'clock P.M., ths following described land and tencmi-nt., to wu; -Lot nuuiberune hundred and forty twoil4'l iu William rilarie a allotment of lauds oa . C'niversily Ueighis, sa!4 land, being situatu in tbe tuwushlp ol ilrooklyn, iu Cuyabo gt eounty, In the Mtste of Ohio." Aptiraiaed vsiueai-iA jwsrue uuiA.MS. A. iMim, ilaoler t.'uMiin r. I'lsmtlfPs Att'y. maris 3-a MASTER'S KAL K. PUR80AMT to tba eommand of a dssc-etal 00 r of aala ths Oourt ol Coiuitton Plaa uf Uoyaboaa ocno tv, at the iuit of aoiod aCreuilaa and cttsunoey rraotlM acaioat Tbomaa L.owa and otban, to dnctd, X ibail eipoee for asUa at aubllc aartt n at toa atoorvl tba Uoart llotiaa to taa Uty ol Awr. Uodoa tbataauty-tjltfhtb uay of Mar h, lo63, at tbraa o'clock If. H., the tollowln( daccrlbM Warcel of Land altUstte Id tba towoaiil ol lCbi JieTtAitudt aoooty ol Oaytboga. and outa of Ohio, to ait : fart ol lot bo. tbrt-a bondrud ami aUtjr-nlna, bounded aa follow: iftg.nninf at tba nurib-aat ootnaa ol Mary iowa'a land at a itobe In tba oantra of tba road, tbenca wat vu JUari bowVi nortb Una twr-nty ilz chains and forty llukt to the watt una 01 lot; 1 nance aunta oa wtat uaa lot three chain aud aviuty-nina links t a ttone; theuoa eML parallel with north Una twenty-fix cbaJna and forty linke ' otha aaat Uneot lot; tbenoa no tb on lb aaet lina tbraa abaint aod aaTanty-nina tloke to place ot beginning, containing ten acree of land. Aleo auotbar eteoe of land, bainif f rt of eald lul three taondrod and ality-nine, and bonndaa aa foUowa: on the aaet and weet by the lot llaaa, on tbabortb by tba aontbtrly Una af tba tan acree abora deecrtbed, and aoutherly by a line aarallol wltb aaid laat named lina, aud lar anoagb aoutbsirly therelrum to include two acrue 01 land, oa tna aaraa lore or leee, bnt aabMOt to all kgai btjebwaya. Afarmlaad at S,vOO. H vbiKY ii. Abrft, Maetar Ooninlaaionar. t, Piumii, PlaintlfTa Auornar February K. lh63-irJ A TASTER'S SALE PURSUANT IU. to the command of a daeretal order ol wia froAu tlia Oonrt ol Common Pleaa of Cuyahoga coiuv t, at taa salt ot John Sherman, aainot John bprajaOa andothara, to aio dlnsctert, shall azpoaa ktraaieat vabiio auction, at tne door 01 ina ooorr Houee,in tnuolty lvjieveiaud.on tbetwenty-eigotb day of March, ltS6J, at three o'clock F. M.t the fullowicg daecribad prssraiaXM, Bstnat In the town h'p of Mayiield, In tbe coauty ol Coyabga, and btate of Ohio, and known by lot No. fifteen, in tract Ala. three, and bonntied aa to 1 lowe; JLaat, meat, nortb and tooth by lot liuee, and couta-.uiug one hundred and lony-aix and one inird acrua of land, be tbe aame more or lotus , but kULiect to all lrgal bLfihwae, aud exoeetinff therefrom thirteen aoree in the nortb weat coiner thereof, aot ofl to John bpragne tor a homestead, bounded as follow: comnitsni-iDs; at a aolnt In the weat Una of told lot nine chains 23 llnkj northerly from the southwest corner ol Bald lot ; thence running nortb oa aaid weat Una tlx c bains lb links 10 the northwest corner ol eatd lot; theuoe east on tba north llnatwat.tycbaiuadblinks; thwuca aoatb paiallel with the woat line sixcbuuttliuk; tbenoa weat twenty ohaina links to tba p. ace of beginning. Appraiaeo at anwu. MAMBY O. ABBKT. Ik .TrwDtin, Maater tvommr. flt'flTs Att'y. HANuKiiY bALE. PoasuAHT j to tbe command of a decretal ordur of sa. from tbe Lircoit Oourt of tb tnited buuoa for the hortbern district of Ohio, at tbe suit of Charlotte titreudtHisi against Wearge o. bn urn way and o there, to tn direcud, 1 xhall expoae for salv at public auo tlon at tbe door cf tna JTeuerai Court Building, la th city of Cleveland, on tbe tbiity-first dy ot March. b3, at three o'clock P. M , th following da ecrtbed rea. eaUte, altaate In lb tjwnshtp of bus oa. ib the county of Ueauga. and bu;e ol cbio, known by tba nortb pattot lot ISO. one tract bo. two, and aoatb part of lot ho. four, ejut division ol tract too. one. and booadad ea loUows: i5eiluuiig m theoeutre ot tne atate road laaaing from Cbaiaon btjatfe toHaTaitnaat tba nortb-eaet corner of a pircn ol lanl In lot bo. one, tract bio two, toruitirli owned by MehitAble itewoomb. and since by Kaiaa fipeuccr, thence wm! lorty-loux obaiue and forty eight links to a stake and stone In the west line of lot Mo. one, tract Hq. two; to. no nortn tutraan ablins aud tmUtr nuts to a stake and itoneeat ihe nortn -went eorutr of iot No one, tract ao. two; tbttoo weet one chain and aeventy-ef en links; tboue north thirteen chains and twtnty-hT Unks toatakeand stooea: tLeLve eaet forty-two cLaius and alghty-aeven link to tbe centre of tbe but road; tneuceeoatb 6J. eant twanty-aerea chain and forty-six Unas to th place 01 begiuntng, con tainiiig one hun-ied and eigutaen and 70-lUt acres: sixty acJt of which Is in tot one. tract two, and hftT-wiffht 70-tOO acres In south aart ol lot four In eastdi'ieion of tract one, as per Ueorge bmith's but Toy, utaue vctooer, iUMi Dtting tne tamo iana conveyed to George O. ura way by ttelsoa Peck and wile. Appraised ai a.3otj. , t - -. , Jl&NBr ABBBT, ' ' Master Commisfnoner in Chancery, isv PAK.fTiss. eoi'r forOompl'ta ieojbJlti W illijtai iiktcher. i'Luuuif. 1 In lb Court ol araiLMt V Common h leas of WniiAm S. MarKh, Defendant I Cuyahoga Co.O riliifi DEFENDANT IN THUS ACTION, I W'lH 'am 8. Marsh, U hereby notified tbat a petition for the reoovry of money1 only baa tbie day beeu 1114 in liie Citik's oilioe of the Court ol Couuion Pleaa of Cuyahoga oounty, and State of Ohio, setting forth that tbe said defendant is in debted to the said piainlill in the aum ol tilteea buadred forty seven dollars and sixty live cents, wita inicrasi tnereoB iron ine iiu uay 01 ucio ber, A. L. l6l, upon a promissory note of said defrndant, dated at Fort Uosk.uiUppr Canada, on tlie tlnrd day of A usual, lol, and made tay abla In two mo u tlm after date to this plamtiil, at tbs Hank of Upper Canada, for tbe sum afore said , tliat the lutid deiendant is also indebted to the said plaintiff for the expense of prol mating said hole in tbe sum of two dollars and six cents aod interest thereon from paid 7th of October and that said rx? tit ion nravs iuriirment av-Hint said delednaut on said note for tbe sum ol tl ,(50.71, with interest thereon from tbe 7ta day of October, A. U. lttdl. Said defendant is further notilUd tbat be muat answer said petition on or before the llith day of April next; or in delauit taereoi juainueni win oe tsicen agaiufji mm, tU&KEY, BACK.U8 & ISO BLE, riainliff'e Attorneys Olbviuvq , Feb. II, 18iA0 XTOTICE. PUKSUAeNT TO A IN J,l order madebr the Judge ol tae Probate Court, lur ibe Ooantr ot uoyabosa, in tbe natter of tbe as algnmeat of William JTisae, 1 shall offer for aala at SQbito auction, at ibe loor Of the Court Usoae. la uid ownutv, oa the 12th dar or A pru 1462, at two o'clock x. M , the foilowiag dtiecrlbed Notes sad Aoooaaia, so wis Deiaa tae assets oi sata mmisa meell uete oi autee,! AB- tsue diiis ana Haksrs. Am't.1 ar'd Aooouats. vain May J3, i84sAnth7 Thorne 1M.I, ittai....n. d uoDDeit- Jnae lu, aaU.Uemlnf a Uraiaard. " 12, " U. P. Culver aud Alfred JnlT B, " W. H. Vantyu Dee. so. L rireitone... reb. IS. ISM.slarv Uow, due bill is, " if. u. jverea, uai...., Jnae27, " Cbas. Uumpurer, bal.H, sen. u, ikh.. n aosworta a Truman.. Jaa. 1, le67-Jobn U. Hlockler., March 2ft,uteUorrls B.Tmoad Nov. le, " 1'bomss J. Ibompson.. Jaa. 1, l&MH. B. aendl( June 18. L B. Uuvea JU17 4. " xs Mav is. W. tt. tiraut. John Koapa. J. U. 1-urplo.. June is, D. 1. Kuapp, note, tflai , ,. a COD IMP Aoe tot Emil Haas a Co., disputed.. .. m.M Bad " William BnnoeA tt.'Jt Thomas Martin.,,,. 2.32 Bad SAsTTX BMA-eAtiU. JOSKPH 8. OBANNIB, Assignee ol Wm. Vukb. March IS. lasim Q ALE UF &KAJL, ESTATii BY OKDE& or O COUB r. On the 8d day of April, 1862, at 10 o dock A. Bf.. at the door or the Court Uoue. in the City of Cleveland. Cajahoga county, Ohio, win oe aoia to tne nignesi oiauer, tne luiiowing described real estate as ths property of Joseph W, rjpaulding, deceased, to wit: auoia as City Lou fios. 662 and 663 in Barber A Lord's subdi vision in the City ot Cleveland, and bounded as follows, to wit: North on Bridge Street; east and weat by lot lines and south by aa alley. Said lots are each eSX feet iront on Bridge street, as by the piat ot Abas Merchant. Hsid iot No. 662 apprais ed at SleO : and lot N 0. 56S at $600. Terms of sals wul ba made known oa day of sale. ELIZABETH ANN SfAULDINQ, Adm'r'x of J oseph W". gpaalding. Clevelaad, March t, lsaajai VI ASTJEH' 8 SAL ifi. F Ulto 0. IU. ABT to tbe eommand of a decretal order of aais from tbe Oourt of Common fleas of Cuyahoga wsntr, as tae sun 01 1 ue titevsiaaa ana jaaiiODiu, Bailroad Oompany agaibat Isaac L. atewitt aa others, to me directed, 1 shall expese for sale at SUDllO SUCtloa. ai the door of tbe Court H dim. Ib tbe Citr of Cleveland, on the twentr-ofth dar of atarcu. tees, at tares v docs r. SI , tue lollowiu de scribed parcels of band, eituele in the City of Cieva. land, county of Cuyahoga, and State of Uhto, and known br being part ef Hewitt's subdivision ol tbs so sailed Marvrta property in said City of Cleveland, as wit: Parsel No. 1. Lot Ho, MtUmn of said subdtvbdca. Appraiaed at 2Me. Parcel Mo. L Lot No. sixteen 9f said snbdrrla. ion. appraises siwfB. Parcel No, a Lot No. esvaatsaaof said subdivis ion. Appraiaed at I1V31. Parcel No. 4. Lot No. eighteen of said subdivis ion. Appraised at fitti. Paroal No. 6. The westerly part of lot No. alue teen of aaid aubdiviaion, bountled aortnerly, south, erly and westerly by tbe tot lines, and easterly M the eentre liae ol a brick wall nearly parallel wita Merwln street and about iorty-eeven feet distant southeasterly therefrom. Appraiaed at Parcel No. . Tbe easterly aart of lot Ho. nine teen of aaid subdivision, bounded northerly, easter ly and southerly by the lot lines, and wauterly by tne centre Une of a brick wall nearly parallel witb Merwln street and about forty-seven feet distant asntbeasterlv therefrom. Appraised at BkNBY e. ABB, Master Oomm'I. BAinrev, Uaoitrs 4 Nosxa, Attorneya reb. 21 lassrtdoB) MASTER'S 8ALE ParBuant to tbe eommsnd of a decretal order of sale from me isourtof Common Pleas of Cuyahoga Conuy, at the suit of Malcolm Darrow against David Pollock and others, to me directed, 1 shall expose for sale at publio auction, at ths door of ths Court House, in the City of Cleveland, oa the 21st day of April, 18o"i, at o'clock f. M., tbs following described premises: rjituate in tlie tovraehip of Brooklyn, m the County of Cuyaho ga, snd State of Ohio, known aa part of original lot 6 fty-lxtraa ta ti saili Ip of Brkiya a fareeaid , ani bounded ss follows; beginning at the uorth east corner of fourteen aeres upon Hi north line of said lot; thence north 69 west along the north llnaoaaobaia and -seventy nine links to the south Ita of land owned by the (J, C.AC. Kallroad Co.; thence south 1 0 10' west oueclialn and seventy one links to the culvert; thence south M west two chains and tares links: theuoe south 67 west two chain, and ana link; thence south t)i east six chains, aud seventy links; thence north TiiX east ava chains eighty six links to aa sirs tree; thenoa north SS eart blue chaius and four links ta the place of beginning, containing Ave snd I lou seres of land dLSded by John W. Kirkland snd wise to said David Poliock, be the saiaa more ot leas. Appraised at 1 :6. , IS.., LKW'IS W. F0BD, - k- A. T. KLAoa, Maater Comm'r, PliAs Att'y. swAijim f l.J Bad . 7.58 - a.u KVe ..12S.w Bad .. .) " .. 12.72 MVo 11.72 Bad. 3.34 3UK S.7. Bad . Jl.fc viu . 19,liflc 11. J Bad S2.4S " S.SS S.74 " 60. ou KTe S2.M reac LEGAL NOTICES. TOTIOE Is HuBtBY Giviif That X V appllealoe erl I be m.rie to liie Kxe I '.my t5. ,vr ,ur ol Oh.o f r the psrduu of WiLtlsl l.'Kf, wi o Wjs rotiflctrd I ' hen me f Pi"j at the lf.tiru.rr t.rm, a 1J, l l, ol see u art of Ucroiuon Pleaa of Lorain CouDty. and Shnteuced to (ouauDmsat la ths Penitentiary tor he te- m of ire years., linr2J:Zj wil,t,IASl SOI.M'll. PAUL OUlaS-ENDKliFfCH'.s Ei TATI -Nolle ifl hmr hw aiaHn Ihsat thai ilih fc.lbvr bas appointed and e.tfie4 iijiobii- iAirta.UA urj in' fi.Mv4- ol I ul (lunti nurlttr, JftlS Ol Usrcb H, lrM2:8l Altnlt.irfer.' Cia-FAH'J NWhtiP AOli0l!i J 1 he andtyf sdmI Litr U-rmttd , PariBgriiiiA t tMsootid ioim uutlur to tirm nsiiuo( n. P ftirt K. . slfssrs Oolns ssn ml trtyr Mil K. O. It caw a ftpecsal parinsr bo b blii reriiuls of JlttveUnJ, into si u BnitC'joiriiii u ;ne common hlock tbs iia of Six IhouMod tirm llundrrd I'vlUrs. Tb- i-nrsi nntur ol .be bailneM to be trMs4 id U tail of t Us itisaulMture una iia of ttcui aud Hollow Ware. Also sx sals ol Tinners' block AS. This oo-partnsrsblp to dt Irom Vbriiari lat, 1W2, sod termiBk'ooutbsOrftdayot foUruttj, 1- in wttusi wbsrsof wa br-anto st oar n.ds and Mil Uiis first df of feufairr, ln2 fi U. KuUslfi. lL.il STAT1 OF OBIO.l.g ULSTS-AJID, HI 1TC O 'O, IHi. P. nonsllr uiwirtd bfora ma K. P Mrer. and K. 0. faonic, who sKkuowlrdgajsj tbs aifu:n? ani a-aJ-ins of lbs aboT lastrniasbt as thir fraa act and dsud lor tns fursvsca t hurt-to msntioned. BABlkb W V' Lrvl t SI D r . marlT:8M Jnstlosoftbs Waes In tto Connor common Pisas i ot Onyaboca o Hiat ot uiam $ l-orentua X Conser, aflainillT, j Act .on ior money again. V onlr. Emory L. bubtMU-d, Defendant J Attachment. L. JHUttBARD, THE 2i tfofsndant In this action, is borsur Motifled Lum.1 a petition for tbe rnwrorj ol money only, was od trio link day of March. A. l. Vh.i, filed in tbe Clark's offlos of tbs Court of 4 ommoa Picas atora said, sttlns lorth tbat tbe i aid doluodsant is ind.bt d to tbe piaintitT in the tout of two butilrrd aud fifty Sollars. wltb interest throon from tbe tb dar ttaiDer, lrtaVS npa a promissory note ot aaid de leudaut dated at a i tuna, in tb State of llliuoia.un the 6th dar or tteptemtor. I&V1, aad maie payable In tbs sum aforesaid to ttood a Bodiey one year a tor date, ot which note plaiotilt is Ui owner aad bold er ; aod that said petition prya juiitfinent ngjimet aaid defendant on said noto for the mm of $ioJ 0U and interest thai ton from teptmnber ftib, UM. fiaid dstunoant is tariiier imibed mat be must anawer said petition on or b-.ora the tftb day ol Mny next, or In detanlt thereof jtHigmeut wiU be taken akgainst bia. SpANSET, BACKUS EOBLK, narltrMA fiint- . '.-- MA8 TK tt b H Ai.Ur f U ac U a 1 to ths oommaid of a third plarivs decretal roer ot sale ft-oss the Oonrt of Common Pieu. ol Cuahoge oounty, Chio, at tbe aoic of Hiuu 1 U. liiooksand Jldwln W. Brocks, agalust Horatio N, Gates, Veiim U. Oats, Aagiiata a. MU(let)er4-r luimunS Q. P. JlUileberKor, wiiilaa MtttivlMrger, CoKmercUl Mntoal lnsnrancs Co , Thomas 4i. Ho'e, Joslsih ILiug and William Shicn, execatora ot Chas. A,Tery,de.eaeed, anj others, o me direct ed, 1 a hail expose tor aa!. at publio auction, at the door of the Conn Hoots, ia the City ol CleTetand, f-a the I6tb day ot April, 186J, two o cIock f. M.vcfaaid dar, tbe following dascnb&d pteoee oi parcels ol land, to wit annate in the townatup ol Brooklyn, beinf nnmber sTen fn the thirteenth raueol lows hips in the Ounnvcticnt Western e aer-e. In tb tiiate of Ohio, aud wnicb is aUo in th vaoty oi Cny&hoga, and is known by par! oi laud on weet aloe of CnyaboRm Hlvor, now in City oi Claveiaada and Is bounded as followsi eateriy bj Caysiios tuver; norakerly by land heretofore coa veyel to JudaQ Colt by John A. Wooiawy; west by Ki streH. so eatled; and southerly by laud for merly owned by A fred Williams, snd batag ninety Diue teet wide on ayahoga Hiver, and xieoaing at rlfftit aDgies with Hirer atrvt, and aaid biver to itiver at eet, a boat one hnndre aoo forty fees, be Ing ue sams laud eon vyt4 to said omaoa O. t. Mittleberger, bj the Ohio Life Insarauceaad Irnat CompaDy, by deed recorded in CQfSLCja Conuty siecords, to! 47, pa i and 46. .nd alau, another paroel of land on said liiv.r, uest suullwr y oi alrw, and bounded northeily by isud parcel of land above deectibd; eaaiij it Cnyab'-eja liiver; wtt erly by said Mitc Btrn Xud ou Uteris by a line parallel with the fjortiierLr liue, and tenty-onc le!. distant theiefrem, extenains: trtm sail i&ivei 'osatd itiyer strevt, being part cf ttee Alfred wil lltuma lot, so called, making in aU one bandied and twentv feet frunt on said n.iYr, and the K levator building, aaaohlaery, and fixtartis on sid premiaea, be the same more or leas, bat ststveot to ait ktgai bigbways. Appraiaed at 7uti. ' D. W. GAGl, Adams A Oan fl eld, Hester tvOtunilMioQs,r. Fitffa Att'ys. niA' 1645 J. 11. iongoerty, ifiaiftUO, i lu tu oourt oi Com agaicat I mon Pleas ot Cuyahj- Kmorr Ij. UnoMrd asd ' Jge coaruy, and Bute Ueur W. Uabbrd, lfti. Jol Ohio. Actun for mo toy only, with attachment. IMOElf L. HUctii Alii) ASD JJ Henry V, Hubbard, def-ndanta it. thta actio q, a.e uerttby notlfUd thit on the 10th day of March, A. 1. lest, a petition waa filed In theU'i olltce of said Court ot Common Jfleas, stpU?L-lV;rib iiiat on the 24th day of ebru.Hy, A. D. I6te, at tbe cm ol Ualeebarg, oostnty ot Knox, and Stat of ililn Is, aatd dtffenduits exeoated aud dellTered to one Jbiljah to rimer, the.r omt and acrnral appeal boud, bind iug themaeiTes unto toe said Liljjh uruuer, to iay to tbe use of to Is pi In till, tke sum et Hie bandrt-d snd ten dollars ( which aaid toad e jnta'ned a con dition wberety the said Ein.ry L. Uu'uard was re-QUirt-d and bound to prose ute with eilect an arpeal to tba Uietrkt Ccort of said kvaox county, ttum a certain judgment rendered ag.Us.st taiu Kutory in vlauiLlffa favor, by th-j Pol.eo msiitrate f aaid cl.y aod Knox county, as we-1 a tu pay whatever judgment ahould be ronderod aicaiaat tne said mo ry ou aa d afpfa! ; that aatd appl wa pruneoutbd to final juifgmeat againct the paid Kin or fur tie sum ui $&7 , and ousts of suit amounting to fata, but that naid juugmt-nt bus not boon paid, nor an part thereof as reguirtd by tii condition o4 aa.d bo id ; that exeouiWa ka teen duly isnutd npor. the said judgment and ae properly lound whereby lb same could be aatianeJ ; and tuat stud jadgment and as well said appeal bond rtmiin in fall force nd unaaiBked, wberouy the plainutt hat been damjged in tbe aum of IJiW fM and coaii ol ult M2o go. Woereupon puumifl aka judgment aga.n't eatd defandanuoa eaid toad tor feb 96f wuh Interest tbereon from MsMxh 1st, A. i. loM. baid defendants are further uoubed that they must answer aaid petition on or b ior tue tittx day ol May next or iu detenu tnereof judgment will be taken against vbea. BAN IS XT, BACKUS A NOBLE, mar 1384 Plaintiff's Attoraeys. WUliAm Bleuher, i'iaAntiir, ) In the Court of kalnst Common Pleas of William 8. sianh .Defendant J Cuyahoga Co., O. rnns dkfkndat thiaS autiuaS, X. William 8. Harsh, Is hereby notified that a peutioo, tor tbe recover? of money only, has this day been filed in ths Olerk's olhoe ot the Court ot Common Pleas of Cuyahoga County and btate ot Ohio, setting forth that Uie said defendant ia indebted to the said plaintiif In the turn of one hundred thirty -four dollars and thirty-live cents with interest thereon irom the 2d day of Febru ary, A, D. 1867, upon a promissory note of said defendant, dated at Hope, in th Provinoe ol Canada, on the 80th day of January, A. i., 1856, and made pavable in twelve months after date, to one John K. Koche or bearer, for the sum ol twenty-seven pounds and fifteen ahiUlnga, ol which note plaintiif is owner and bearer, and that said petition prays Judgment -against said defendant on said note for the sum of $134 and 81-100, with interact from February 2, A. D.. 1867, ftaid deiendant ia further noUued that he niast anawer said petition on or be lore the Uth day of a. pru next or in aeiauit wereoi judgment Will U9 r " T HaUISt DilO. KAiSaNti', BACKUS & NOBLE, Plaintiff 'a Attorneys, Cleveland. Feb. 10. A. l.. MijVtn. COf.iniSSION MERCHANTS. a. axasi , i. unij. a. aejas.a. a, mu l OBT HANNA k C'O XV (baeeeaaors to rxaaaa. tsarretaoa A Co.,) WHOLESALE GliOCEE8t Kiwsuutvi mmm veraraiHiea iuercsasiSi P&ODVCE, SALT, JF1SM, Ac, etc., Central BxchangeNoa. 1M A 171 Elver St.. aaa VocA, Clevelaad, Ohio. SVAgBts for Olevelaad, Detroit aad Lax. fnps- rlur hint) ol U (earners. jao& 1862. lbfc-2. R. LYON, Ui Bsraia street ..(jujC VIUAHO 0, veiiAa&ablishad le LU!. rr AwaUIT Sor toe sale ot fcew s ork istate s-iaa, uoarse. i Osweso and Ballaio Uemeut, or Wawr Uu filALIE IN drnin, flour. Provision, Highvriiiei, Hops, i Deeoa, tsaner, tjaeega, c sear i'arllcr.iar attention given to tna farooase of IV BflEHMAJN. bTOAAQB. Hot. 11 a waaotsa and i( ommSsalos Marcaant, Wmi vniMiittt v, sept is S.LOUU, a. . aaasKaa, J.s, aocaarsLLsa 1861 18ril PS 0L OCX t COMMISSI MK& C3 T3, .uu waters la OUAI JlFLOCK, ISH, POBK, fKEWf.LABi) tLTTKit, aud l liuXIUCS GKNiiiALLy. Also WATktt UMB AUD LAUD PUAtTIH, sica. ov, it at a auver Btreet, astd oa raa aooa. 0L1 VlLANl, 0. SW liusrrtr reeeWed by tbs different Batlroads ot Oasal, lar Hale or Stilpment. yy ill give personal at tention to tba bale aad foreaase of Prod 0.-44 us Merchandise asd Oonsignueu Jberal (Jasa vattoMs made on Oonsisnnocts. svsriieBtrtaBaaks, Hankers aa Baslaess Hea tenerallr aarll JUHEKiLLN & WITHESUias. Ll TssHAi.Msi vat Lake Chunpkia land Wke Saperiw Iron rw D; u.a-i --j di t 1 4WaClsl BaUU sOiUUIII iXQO,. ; West Jtirer st,. Bear LUnt fieaae fttreet ISri-'te, Clsveiaiida tl. Mn OsVEsOWataU. m - a;-Moaa i CALDWELL & SIMM iV""1 rtODBCM COMMISSION M L S. C li A 2t 1 S, I4.11DIIM iTR.. rra... . EAKTICULAK- ATTifiN'TION i" " sals of rtoar, eraia, Tort. Botta. s, Ac, ana to SiIh orders tor snali artteUa w sen tua arooarea ra oar uarfe.t AiWanoas auvaa oa Ueaaia-anteals ta (kat aad ataet srssasj . ntvaa, mmtl rrasia.at, i.'ieveiacai tfaaoi Paraar, Gas., iia&uc: D. A J. W. Eennlac. Ciacte 11 if. K.Iinuui A Oo slew lurk. at;i BATHS. RIISSUM STEAI1 CAT IIS, ! OPEN EVERY' DA Y, ' ,v ' 73 -;.:iv., . . . 8TJMBI0 8JV;I aratstar af U) tsa 1 iifiPIIIiffiK mm ' iL. .1 ' Equal to any in tlio World, MAT S3 PROCURED AT FROII $8 T(y$12 PEB ACHHj Sear Market, tkliefls. LOmnt, Chirfle ni ill the Umrbss if CiTii'ualioi, -1,200,000 Acmftn Farms of 40, 80, 120, 160 Acres, and upwards, in ILLINOIS, the Garden State of America. Tha niinoia" Central EaUroad Company offer OS CUZDITthd" beawitifur an4 "fertile FUAISH LATD8 lying along thsj whole line ef their Kailroad, 700 - tffTT.T.1 U jlEyQTH, upon the most favorable Terma for amahiiny Tamory .If an n far.turem, SCechaziies and Worklngmea to maka -"f or J them teWee and their familiaa a competency, ani a HOXX they tan call TESTS aa irlU ao-' v pear tea thefoUowiCeg- itatementj 1 rC' lit 1: 1 -6 i " : 5 ' : A- !- 14. . i - ( .Js Is about equal in extent to England, with a pop ulation of 1,78,606, and a soil capable of sup porting ao,000,iH. No State In the Valley of the Mississippi offers so freat an lnducemeot to the settler as the state ef Illinois. There Is ne part of the world where all the conditions of cli mate and soil ao admirably eomblne to produce those two freat staples, Co as and Winr. : CLslMATK. Nowhere eaa the Industrious farmer secure tuch immediate results from his iabor as on thase deep, rich, kiamy solla, euklrated with sa maeh ease. The climate from the extreme southern part of the Stale to ths Terre Haute, Alton a St. Louis Railroad, a di nance of nearly X) milee, Is weu aaaptea to w inter WHEAT, COR, COTTO., TOBACCO Peaches, PeA, Tomatoes, and every variety of fruit and vegetables li grown In freat aimn dance, from which Chicago and other Northern markets are furnished from to 6 weeks earlier than thr lmnetllate vicinity. Between the Terre Haute, Alton Si. Louis Railroad and the Kankakee and Illinois rivers, a distance of 115 miles on the Branch, and IM miles on the Mala Trunk, lies tb great Corn snd Stock raising portion of the State. TUE ORDINARY YIELD of Corn Is from M to 90 bushels per acre. Cat tle, Horses, Mules, Shssep and Hogs are isised here at anull coat and yield larpe profits. It Is believed tbat no section of country presents great er inducements for Dairy Fsrndng thaa ths Prai ries of Illinois, a branch of toming to which but little attention has been paid, and which most yield sure profitable results. Between the Kan kakee and Illinois rivers, and Chicago and D un let th, a distance of NJ miles on the Branch and 147 miles by the Main Trunk, Tiaaotfiy Hay, Spring Wheat, Corn, , . OATS, BARLEY, RYE, BUCKWHEAT, k And vegetables suited to the climate, are prodn ced In great abundance.' The northern portion of Illinois is shout the climate of Pennsylvania, while the southern part has ths climate of Kea tacky and Virginia, giving a variety of temper ature In the Stale, suited to almost every product 'of, the United Stetss. - - . : If-- A(ICrLTCBAL PRODUCTS. The Agricultural products af Illinois are greai- 'erthan those of any other Btate. The Wheat crop of 1861 wss estimated at 86,000,300 bushels, while the Com crop yields not less thaa 140,090, 000 bushels, besides the crop of Oats, Barley, -Rye, Buckwheat, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkins, Squashes, Flax, Hemp, Peas, Clover, Cabbage, Beets, Tobacco. Cotton Sorghum Grapes, Peaches, Apples. As., which go to swell the vast aggregate of production ba this fertile region. Over Four Millions tons of produce were sent out of tbe dtata of Illinois during the past year.' STOCK. RAISim In Central and Southern Illinois uncommon s advantages are presented for the extension of Stock raising. All kinds of Cattle, Hores, Mules, Sheep, Hoars, Ac, of the best breeds, yield hand some profits; large fortunes have already been made, and the field is open for others to enter with the fairest prospeets of like results. DaViar Fuji isa also presents iu Inducements to many.' CULTIVATION OP COTTON. Th evpsrimmU in Cotton culture art of rary gmit promts. ymmncing in latiind 8$ dv- ny. Mttvn on th Branch, and Amumption on th Main Lin), th Com panyotrn thonan4oaarawii adapted to th perfection of thi Jibr. A tsttUr karng a fami'y o f young children, can turn thrtr yonthU labor toa mmt profit a hi account in tk growth, and prfetion thi plant. Th) triQ&rtm riion note wuiksng to ob tain a tupply of reliaM need tutted to th rqvirmnti of th soil of fllinoi, vtf, it in kopdt tpoedily g4tw a ujHcin$ amomni to plant a groai troadth of land, MLYWG AYD MANUFACTURE. The rreat resources of the State, In Coal, Iron, Lead, Zinc, Potter's Clay, Limestone, SanaiBto&e, Ac, Ac, are almost untouched ; they await the arrival of euterprlalng and energetic men, accus tomed to convert them Into gold. RAILROAD SYSTEM OP ILLTVOIA Railroads Intersect the whole Stats. $115,. 000, OuO have been Invested in completing ths great net-work that links every part of the State into Immediate connection with the surrounding States and the directeat thorothfaree ef com- fUE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Traverses the whole length of ths State, from ths banks of the MUsiasiDpi and Lake Mhrhliran to the Okie. As iu name Imports, the fUilrWd rues through the centre of the State, and on ei- . ther tide of the road along lu whole leutflh Us the lands offered for sale. TO ACTUAL SETTLERS. from the unprecedented attvantares this Com pany affera, it is not aurprisine that it ahould hare already disposed of 1,3AM0 acces of land. It Is now selling at ths rate of b.ouO aoree per week. The population along the tire has trebJed In ten years, and is now 814,s91. The Company seB te actual cultivators, and every contract oosw tains an agreement to cultivate. , CITIES, TOWNS, MARKETS, DEPOTS. ' There are Ninety-Eight repoU on the Coraoa nys Railroad, giving about ens every srvro miles. Cities, Towns aod Vniaffrs are sttuated at convenient distances throughout the whole roate, where every deal ra bla coinmodity may be found as readily as in the lieat cities of ths Union, snd where buyers are to be met for all kinds of farm prod ace. EDUCATION. Mechanics and working men win find the free acbooi ivstem encouraged by the State, and en dowed with a large revenue for the sunpoH of the schools. Cbikiren can live kn aiihtot wbewrbool, ( the eollcce, the church, and grow up wuh the prespemy of the leading State In tbe Ureal Wee tern Empire. No one who has visited this splendid regtoa ef country can doubt that it aquala the most favor ed descriptions that havs ever been given of it ; but let any careful observer visit It, and he will inform you that the half has not been told of the advantages It offers for immedUU oeeupetion and immediate returns. The farmer of the bart ers snd Middle States, and Canada, are moving to Illinois In great numbers ; and It is believed, that If these surpassing advant&ges were mait known to the farmers, mechanic, manufacturers and working population of over -crowded rirore, they would promptly avail themselves cf tbe knowledge. PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT ON LONG CREDIT. 80 acres, at $10.00 por acreTwith'in- terest at 6 per eent. vanrauynjroTiui following terms: -. . . .Cash paj-Trjent,,vr. "i , Paymentinone year,, ' - ' Ua'wo ye1"! V : -il i?! three t .-$""00 '48 00 . '48 00 ; ' 48 00 ; 236 00 . 224 00 (212 00 ".forrr r"rT . P. , B1X V 'seven. 200 00 ' - '.Acting Land Commissioner, ; minoii Central Railroad Company, Chioago. - 40 acres,' at $10.00 per acre: - Cash payntent, . . . . Payment in one year, . " ' " two years, . " three " . . " four " . ., ' fiy, CI . , six " " " seven " . . $24 00 24 00 . 24 00 . 24 00 118 00 . 112 CK 106 00 , . 100 00 WATER DRAWERS. H K Jfi L k H ' 8 LVPSOrXD PATENT WATER DRAWER The PBAWtB Is now made with Wlieelor'e new riTiM VSHAPUlX)ttUUOAHDIliy KIKL need arlth Galvanised Chain, Blade froai the bfst AaneaJed Wire, and Is the most serfset and stmele article for the etueoee aow aAerea the yahlia. Taa aiidersisrrjed Kojtbjus Jury On of its Manufmetmr tt wet Saruacbasi is ail .Ms try I htm. arSold Wholesale aad Be tail br fi. H. WHKILER, Boooassor to J. . Wheeler t Oo Hewitt's Block. Vinerard st Address drawer WS. Cieveiaad, a iNSURAflCE. Lm iHgrKAHci Co. CAPITAL AND RJSK& VXD fUNDS 0,300,000. INVESTED IS THB UNIT BO 8TATZ3, Hjoo,ooo. Iinmini ba reeetved ta this rellaMa aad sab.tantial Oomaanr ea r saea lavovmM. terma. farm aropertr aud Dwai lines rnsnred for a tana veara at verv low rates. Losm said on aresontattoa of satis lactor? srooi, aad sot, ss at aaaai. OS aajs alter. M Snserlor street, n .tears. sestHfrtAeateaw iTiti7 DOMfi AGAIN. , FIBE k LIF3 INSUBANC3 U .v'h . Mtanurf fc.w th era.. I aa. m. in 1 fasne Folicles aa lew as tnt otor resaonsltile Ooas- aaar. aad reeseotrallv ask the aairr sags of at dhoos aod oit, seas of Ooveiaad. Niw EaoLAXD fui k MaVEin Ik- flTTiiHOst CO., , - hasiobd, (x.-n r Capital, 9344,409 S3 '! Ho?i Insttsasos Co j Cejktt, . . $164,175 U JStyr Iosk Lin DrsriAJtci Co j ,f Capital, ...... J,04,S6I 61 niw afeBSSDP raesaia or w. a. sonni si fje.ej Seville PecroUass UUkt Ska tosraaiaMrAatiataa. aollolted. o.I nrktar Bioea rn-viand, Dklo. antft s m 1 sWWvi.d. s gas I. L. 5 JT -v s as r-JK," STOVES AUD TIKABL. WL. MARVIN, No. 50, Soura ltd Pnblte HjOArvs bftTlsf bees Be ia4 vleoted from all tie fnrjc.wU Stov ronndnase nd fioaaA-rnrniahiof FUMaot of Troy,Airiir. PalUwivvlHi ud fvnw Iork aii ia imit &od want trwd TarteUa ot 8 t o T B 8. tor Oooktoff, Parlor aod Haatiaf rorycaas, ud ml ail at tb moat UkM Article of gomt-IwrnuAma OoomX Bartdea bavin w tfea Bnt nfrrr tareoaa H'ltla 9br yarctuuifof Stovn ot C1t&3J aaAoniactirrai r CiiHr adaptsi to th ta maritat. A iso. b m arrv r noxa Uh OlndniiaU, to bt wnkr rapii4 wua asU Um airwert and moat beaatlfni itr1 cf ENAMELED GKATE3, vbtah, wltb bt kmc aarftxica ot 15 rmra tu tbta dif ln'bia bnaJoa, (aOsa bin to oNr to bia a narona fi-feuda nsi4 th "rtwrt ol niuikind" in nf- rai. thaerxacsaat Indooamenta 'n iyrrd to qoiity acd arloflfl for ttmm to anrrnva aooda la kM iiua 1UM "ViWrA.'ZVH iAXJ&MU BTUTaT I amtfnvfrf to tsoreww tu jhitr fcTor, asd la tt Ptri'T aratjn ttor hi th M&ra.ti. th.na tw4e t RoGmhe vu tbta cHv and anrrvvr - - at flDtrr, wpoare dily asiof tb StoTa,wilI wuif, ' B e ha 1m a tare a vaiVtr of otbat Bow ClTlaa ol OOOKIvQiiTOVstS,aawia FsiALOft, HALL ASD 0XTIC1 BTOTS wn w nn asa unai, m uiiStaiiAnu Aauvibis sjlAnUFACruBB. He sseneJaoSerea. aad h ism in. el whoiMAla and retail, ail klcda of Piala and Jaaanned lm. Cesser aad Sheet ixoa Wan. ills sicca, of stooae- ftrauhins Vsoods, Aiaro- AToBtta ashf 1 wOtt (train. 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