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DAILY LEADER, DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY 41TKXKLT, T-i'. c. mviH v urn-ens and .paopgjrroBa. IHlkKUAT, JIIK 1. IMS. No Paper. ', To-dav being let apart bj FroclamAl of the President of the UniUd Stat as k day of humiliaUon and prayer in meroor of the death of President Iilnooin, bo pap will be issued from this offloe thif aftei noon or tomorrow morning. '. . i j of No Paper. President Johnson's Amnesty Proclamation. ! ; V1 The Proclamation of the President, auq ed on the J9th n'.t, offering mnerty to al engagad in the late rebellion, with certaiA ezoeptioni and upon, certain conditions, 14 wa are glad to sea, meeting with, approval oa all hands. The legality and seceaaKt of rach a proclamation, 'as a substitute fat those of the late President, were ably den, emit rated in the "opinion" of . Attomef General Speed, of which the telegraph, hap furaUbed us a synopsis. The former proor lamstions of amnesty, while they were nej- cessary and proper at indications of the magnanimous and forgiving spirit of the United States Uovemment, were, practi cally ineffective as means for subduing re bellion. The nui of the Bootnern trait ors, so far from availing themselves of their Brivileees, scoffed at them and continm in open rebellion. By this course they de prived themselves of their benefits. Nov that the rebellion is ended, and there is no other course left for'the people of the ra- ; beliious States but to renew their allegiance, it is highly proper H is, indeed, abaolutely essential tha'. the President shall definite ly prescribe by ' proclamation the elassep who shall be allowed to return, and the condition) on which they shall be permitted to resume the rights and duties of citizens. So much for the propriety of the proa lamation itself. lis details cannot fail tp satisfy the people. The large elass of the Southern people who are permitted to re turn, are, ft will be observed, required tjo take an oath to support not only .the Cor . ititution and Union tut also all laws and proclamations regarding Xmencipatioa So each repenant rebel will be Individual ly made to understand that he comes back not into the Union as it was, but into a re deemed and regenerated Union a Repub lic of freedom. Every one of them must pass tub jugo under the yoke of Emaa. cipation. They must nnderstand that the cause of tie rebellion the thing for whiot they waged war for four years is forevei abolished, and they must resign them selves to the new state of affairs. The exceptions to the amnesty include all that the most radical haters or treason could desire. It would be difficult to name a class of persors who ought to be excluded from amnesty not named in the proclama tion. On the other hand the respective reasons for excluding each of the classes named are so obvious that they do not need argument, and those who are pleading that mercy rather than justice should be dealt out to the majority even of rebel leaders re satisfied by tie provision in the proo Lunation declaring that liberal clemency will D extended, on propeapplication, to individuals belonging to the excepted classes. It is well that , this means pardoning leading rebels is adopted Each individual case under the exceptions of the proclamation should be brought be; fore the eovernment before paraon cranted. In this way no dangerous and ill-deserving persons will be admitted to the benefits of the amnesty, ana every leading rebel who is pardoned will feel that he is individually the recipient of tDecial favor, for which be is bound to be humbly and duly grateful. a Iron Manufacturing. V The proceedings of the iron convention at Chicago last week demonstrate the fact that only about half the iron which the mills have capacity to produce, b being manufactured. Heports frem blast lur- naoes. rolling mills, bar mills and nail mills show a decrease of just about this ra tio from the nlinufacture last year. The report from Cleveland is a fair sa pie of the state ot things ail over tne country. Hr. A. Stone reported that in Cleveland ' and vicinity there are two blast furnaces, two nail mills, four bar mills, one bailer "plate mill, ana two forges. ,The bli furnaces ar e running at a lose and are going ' out of blast. The rail mill are running old rails. The bar and plate mHls and forges are running only about 'one-fourth f the time, and will be compelled to stop or run at a loss. Last season the Ae su perior Iron Ore Companies brought down 250,000 tons of ore, all of wkich was con tracted for before the first of June. This year there have not been over 60,000 tons .contracted for. This state of taings is due ' to the ere&t fall in the price of iron, and there is a general feeling among manufao- , turers that protection against foreign man. - ufacturers should be given them by the Government The Association adjourned to meet in this city on "Wednesday, the 33d of August next. Union Movements in Virginia. i ' ' The work of political, social and indus trial regeneration appears to be progreas- . . ing in Virginia under the restored nation al authority. The citizens in various parts of the Siate continue to press forward to . - take the oath of allegiance. Up to the 23d . instant over eleven hundred had subscribed to it in .Fredericksburg, comprising the leading inhabitants of that place and tha nrroundine country. ' The work of 00m- Ttlaielv repairing the James River and c Kanawha Canal ' has already been com menced, under the supervision of the dl ' rectors of the company, governnent agree ing to furnish the necessary machinery, materials, supplies and rations for the la- - borers, and it Is expected that this lmpor- . taut thoroughfare ' will before long be in full operation. In diffiaent parts of the State, the negroes who, on the appearance of the national armies, deserted tbk planta tions, have returned 'to. thur labors, and ' there are now prospects -for fair crops - The great need of the farmers is horses or ' mules and agricultural Implements, and to apply these, extensive arrangementit hate been made, which, to a consider able extent -will meet the requirements. The South. Tot whow South, is now profoundly ajuiet. There is railroad travel from Wash. ' ton to South Carolina: "Thew If telegraph- " la ccmmunicaUon between: " "Washington .,' and Central Georgia, which will presently le cosseted to Montgomery and "VTcksv " Iran?. The lines of telegraph between 'liempbis and New. Orleans' bav been opened, end all the old eonnectiotts J wul toon be resumed. Bteamars traverse all 7 tie rivers cf the South," and preparations ,re everywhere being made for the rwimp tion of business. Before the close of pum ' mer, the commerce and trade of the Qouih Vill lave egrest development Its pro- r'-.. "v-ia UiV ;n UnA Him, iw- sucsj, iocg . - 1 nttm THE ASSASSINATION TRIALS. THE ASSASSINATION TRIALS. A Visit to the Court-room---How the Members of the Commission are. Members of the Commission are. Guarded--The Scene of the Trial--Appearance Members of the Commission are. Guarded--The Scene of the Trial--Appearance oft he Assassins---Catholicism and Conspiracy. and Conspiracy. [Editorial Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.] WASHINGTON, May 25, 1864. This tuorning I accepted the invitation a member of the Military Court to at tend the trial of the ocnsplrators now be ing held before that body. The Court eits in the Government Arsenal, in a room in the third story. This ai.ienal is situated on the Potomac, at the foot of Jour and-a-Halt street, about one mile and . half from Pennsylvania Avenue. "We rode in an ambulance, with, which each member of the court is provided, followed by a guard of five cavalrymen; My friend thinks it vary absurd that he should be attended by guard, but submits because it is the order of the War Department that the perscu and residence of each member of the court should be guarded against any attempts at assassination. - I remarked to him that our late lament ed President thought just so, and refused to have a guard : and what would we not oivan nnw if a snoerior power had compelled him to accept such a guard. "Watoon arrived at our aeeunaiion. Found the yard of the arsenal filled with soldiers, carriages, ambulances, cavalry and horses. Should judge that about a regi ment were detailed to guard the building. "We entered the outside door, passing be tween a platoon of soldiers, into a halL P.ssed up a crooted stairway, between an other platoon, te the second story. From this we made another detour patseu more soldiers, and were soon ushered into a room about 40 feet long and 22 wide. At the farther end a railing ran across the room, about five feet from the wall. Bahind this were seated the murderers of the President, all heavily manacled with a bar of iron of about ten inches in length between their wiists. By the side of each prisoner was seated a soldier-guard. In front or the railing were two long tables, one of which was occupied by the members of the court and the others by the reporters of the Prefis- ... . , The court is composed ot nine embers m different ranks, ranging from that of Colo nel to that ot Major General. "When a vote is taken on any question, or on a ver dict, the officer lowest in rank pronounces first, and the next in rank follows, and so on, ending with the President. At the foot of the table the Judge Advocate, with his assistants and the counsels for the defense are seated. ' The modu operandi of the trial is the same as in any civil court, with the exception that its actions are governed by military rules and authorities. The demand fur admission to the court is : exceedingly great, and it is only the lucky few who have passes that can obtain admission. The spectators numbered about 200. As I gazed on the veiled figure of Mrs. 8urratt;on the stalwart form of Lewis Payne, he who made the desperate attempt on the lives of the Seward'r; on the care less looking features of Harrold, the com panion ot Booth ; on the sinister face of Or. Mudd; on the expressionless counte nance of Spangler, the stage carpenter; at the slight bat dandified form of O' Laugh lin ; the teutonic Atzereth and Arnold, I could hardly realize that these apparently unimportant personages have made for themselves a record that will be banded down to the end of time. It could not seem possible that there characters have become historic. But so it is. . Mrs.Surratt sat in a corner by herself, her ankles ironed with a veil over her face, and a palm-loaf fan in her hand, which she used to screen her face from the gaze of the carious crowd. Payne and Harrold seemed to at'ract more attention than any of the rest of the prisoners, on account of their being more prominently engaged in the conspiracy. They all had a sort of penitentiary look, about thorn, with the exception of O'Lsughlin and Ar nold. Dr. Mudd has a secession iih looking countenance, and I should feel pretty safe in sentencing him to be hung, simply judg ing his guilt from the expression of his face. My friend informed me of one fact, which is not generally known. It is that 11 ot the conspirators engaged in the as sassination of our beloved President, and tbe attempted murder of the Seward's, are Roman - Catholics. Bjoth himself was brought op in the Catholic church although all thj religion he ever had did him precious little good. This fact, taken in connection with that of tbe recent ad mission into the Bomish Church of - Dr. Blackburn, the scoundrel who endeavored to introduce the yellow fever among the non-combatants of the , North, is rather slg. nificant. It is the more significant when we consider that the assassinations of William of Orange, and of Henry the IV of France, both Protestant princes, were the works of Catholics, and that Guy Fawkes, who attempted to blow up the Protestant houses of Parliament, was also a member of the same persuasion. Returning to the city, I met Judge A. G. Lawrence, who has recent' y been ap pointed, by Governor Dannison, at the re quest of Mr. George B. . Senior, Special Agent of the Postoffice Department. He leaves for the "Western territories on offi cial business. My visit to the political centre of the Great Bepublic is now about ended, and I shall wend my way this evening to our beautiful Forest City home as fast as the iron -hone can speed ma. I very time I visit Washington I realize more and more the peerless beauty of u the city situate on contrast between of E. C. A Good sign. The universal acquiescence ern people in the issue of the war is shown in the fact that, though small detachments of our troops are now penetrating all part of the Southern States, we have not heard of any of them being in any piece molest ed. Small detachments have gone out and garrisoned various important points in Vir ginia, and have entered all parts of North Carolina, with perfect freedom. A negro regiment has gone as far as Orangeburg, in South Carolina, and no one has meddled with them. Steamboats and troops pene trate the Savannah river as high as Au gusta, and a few hundred Union soldiers occupy MQledgeville, and the Georgians make no protest. Our steamers and sol diers go np the Alabama river as far as Montgomery and Belma, without molesta tion.. And so it is all over the South. The Southern people have had quite enough, of the war. in '.the interests of Jeff. Davis and slavery, and are now disposed to be peace ful. m m , "'' ' . . Tht Union men in Bast Tennessee have been prosecuting the leading rebels who imprisoned them for their adherence to the Union. Dr. Wm. Hunt has recovered o W.H. Tibbs, a rebel Congressmen, and oth art 120,000: Colonel Stephen Beard has re covered $20,000: Samuel Hunt $10,000; "Wm. Gamble $22,T)00; and James Kirby ln rrva -;. rehels will soon em i.yyiyyi o 1 THE GRAND REVIEW. Splendid Cavalry Pageant--The Veteran Second Ohio. WASHINGTON, May 25. 1865. EdTtobs Leadxb: The "great military spectacle of the age is over. It was every worthy of our victorious armies, ana fills a brilliant page in the wonderful his tory of the Bepublic Tour readers are alraadv familiar with general descriptions the two days glory, and we only pur pose to speak briefly of YV fl THE CAVALRY REVIEW. The cavalry broke camp near B laden s- burg at 4 a. m", on the morning of the re view, and massed in column in Maryland Avenue, east of the Capitol. As the troops nf Sheridan moved out of camp there must have been the feeling throughout the I th.t thm ni thair hat march as an I . 1 orgamz turn, xor .. - "! rT of the cavalry, it is hardly possible that - i a v ih. r,.,na I this splendid corps of valeran horsemen will b kept together. Indeed, in twenty- four hours after the cavalry passed in re- view, the Michigan brigade of Merritt's division was on board cars bound for St. Louis. -At9i.it the head of the column pses ei the Capitol, led by Generals Meado Merritt and Custer. The cavalry marched in platoon columns, at two thirds distance with drawn sabres. tJuster's division, which had the advance, was the chief at traction, and its appearance was the signal for vociferous cheers and continued ap h . CUSTER AND HIS CAVALIERS. Throughout the army as well as among the people, the dashing and never-failing Custer is regarded as the Murat of the war, 1 mTl Visa Via arned the title. Ohio tUtU WQ1 at - has reason to be proud of many thingi rot lesst should she be proud of her golden haired Cuater 'ie full M.jor General at twenty six the right arm of Sheridan the elorv of the old Third Division. The dashing appearance 01 uusiers cav aliers was much enhanced by the fact that officer and trooper wore the . scarlet .rf an Innir a distinguishing m&rK OI their crallant commander. o ... . . Nothin g could be grander notning couui . ... . .: t lu give a civilian a newer cobcbmvu "pomp and circumstance of glorious wai than this cavalry psgeant. Bouauets were showered upon the col- nmn tha cnnousrine horsemen rede along a pleasanter shower than the leaden on-s through which Sheridan's squadrons had so often and so boldly rode. cdstsb's last bxview of th bots, After pwsing the reviewing officers, the . . .-l 1. J AlT' cavalry itrucx tne trot aim luroou j street toward camp. About a mile Irom the Avenue Cuiter's division formed in brigade column in an open field, and pre pared to taVe leave of the young and gal. lam General whom they had learned to follow with a perfect confidence of victory, and had learned to love as few command' era have been loved by cool-headed Ameri can soldiers. Custer had bean ordered west of the Mis sissippi to aid Sheridan in closing out the Confederate concern, and it became his sad dulv to turn over the command of his divibion to Brigadier (ieneral Capehart. Custer spproached the right of the line Arcomn&nied bv his wife, fa beautiful daughter of Michigan), mounted on a sDirited horse, and followed by his colors and staff. The General uncovered his head, leaving his bat with an orderly, and, with his yellow curls waving in tbe air, milloDed down the front line. The soldiers knew that this was their lsst chance to cheer for tfefiir Custer, and as he approached each ftgiment, three times three such cheers as none but veter ans know how to give, rent the air, and though their hearts were heavy their hats went up like maa. HIS TOUCHING FAREWELL. After the General had passed by each brigade he took position in iront of the di vision. 'Officers' eall" was sonnded, and the officers of the division formed a square about him. Removing his hat, and chok ing with nnfelgned emotion, the General spoke a few ieeling, soldierly words to those who hid shared his dangers, bis victories, his glory. He thanked them and, through them, the men lor their uniailenng Drav ery which had won for the division so envi able a name for their loyalty to the great cause for their kindness to him. He as sured them that in the coming years, whether in tee army or in civil life, one could not make a higher claim to his friend. ship and esteem than to say he served in the Third Cavalry Division. He conclud ed: "I shall now leave you for another field, but before doing so I take pleasure in transferring this standard, which you have so bravely followed, to tne hanos ol Gen eral Capebart, than wbom you cannot ask a more gallant and capable commander. Farewell I God bless you 1 TRANSFER OF THE COLORS AND SAD DEPARTURE. ' FABTTJBJC As be spoke of the division colors be took them from tne vjoior sergeant ana placed them in the hands of General Cape hort, who replied for himself and the division in appropriate words. During this short but touching eeremony Mrs. Custer sat proudly on ber charger a few paces retired from her usband. The offl . cars crowded around the General for a mo ment, then dispersed to their regiments with heavy hearts. . Cutter rode off towards the Capitol, with his escort, at a slow pace, and the division bands played, solemnly," Auld Ling Syna" The veterans of the Wilderness, the Val ley, and the Appomatox gsz9d in perfect silence after tbeir commander, and a thou' sand bronzed cheeks were wet with tears of a real grief. This nnaisuming specta cle, to those who felt its real significance, was worth far more than the pageantry ot the Avenue. As Custer disappeared in the distance the bagles sounded "forward' and the Third Division moved away. No one felt inclined to talk the division felt that its heart was gone. "God bless him," in an undertone came from many a soldier in the column. SECOND OHIO CAVALRY AND CUSTER. The famous Veteran Second Ohio had won the warmest regards of the gallant Custer. He had repeatedly said that the Second was his best regiment, and his "main stay in a tight place." The feeling between the Second and General O. has always been most cordial, and the cheers which the boys gave him at his "farewell," when the brave Nettleton said, "Boys I three cheers for our Custer," were some thing to be remembered, General Custer did Colonel Nettleton the honor to recommend him for a Brevet Colcnelcy a recommendation which was strongly endorsed by General Sheridan before it was known that the Second could muster a Colonel. But the arrival of Col onel N's full rank, of course, stopped the Brevet. , GLORIOUS RECORD OF THE SECOND. In the last eight months the Second has fought in ten battles and thirty mi nor engagements. Ia the same time it has captured and received receipts for five bat tle flags, eighteen pieces of field artillery, nineteen o&U&ons twelve ambulances, two hundred w&gonr, nine hundred small arms, seventeen hundred prisoners of war, and four hundred horses. - i During the service of tbe regiment it has borne three thousand men on its rolls and one hundred and seventy officers. It has bad three Colonels Doubleday, re signed; Kautz, now a Major General; and Nettleton. The Second has served in twelve States and a Territory has marched two thousand two hundred miles has watered its hones in the - Ohio, the Mississippi, the Missouri, tbe Osage, the Kansas, the Ma rais du Cygnes, the Arkansas,' the Cumber land, the Antietam, the Shenandoah, Bull Bun, tbe Bspidan, the Bappahannock, the Anna, the: York, the Chicaahominy, the James, the Appomattox, the Nottoway, and the Boanoke. ' t The noble boys of the Second are about to open another chapter in tneir ongni record. Instead of enjoying a long deair- ..,hniTui ana .8 muster out as sn- and will join the Michigan brigade their favorite Custer. The regi- will leave camp at Bladensburg for "West in a few days, probably ty way, .-t-i i A rr. -! I ' U(l ed J. A. H. Washington items. The Army of the Tennessee General, T,rKr commanding, commence to move est to-morrow, over tne xaiwmur auu Ohio Railroad. The 14th "Corps will go mt- Owinz to General Grant's orders, there has been no disturbance during the past twenty-four hours. All liquor saloons are closed. -. - i r T. -"VriHed GENERAL SHERMAN'S DISPATCHES. It further states that it is authoritatively Aoninri that anv of the dispitcheS el en era! Sherman have ever been suppressed" tha War Dnirtment: ana it vaiso l.;tiiio aartnri that the narlicular dl- I !tehes publiclv referred to recently have nAvar reached the War "Office.' 'we learn ... a . r 1XT-. I'm 4h -Mi 1T1 mat Lnn CRcroiarv ui 11 he took relative to General Sherman's ft; ermemonlnduP, hM been rmanrmoosly ,artR;nei Dy the President and Cabinet n. Cabinet meeting. . ' ' ' ?3 ' i . SECRETARY SEWARD. Secretary Seward has fully resumed U J ofScial duties again at the State Depart? ment He was enabled, yesterday, to take. ,1 his arm oat of the sling and write his aig-, nature to the Amnesty rrociamation. Fred. Seward is slowly but surely recov ering. HALLECK SUPERSEDED BY THOMAS. There has been eret obl"Ction to Gen eral FUlloek'n rule in Richmond, which to day's Chronicle declares has beeu mostly in favor of tne retHis, ana, tnereioTe, as inti mated in these disratches last nietat, Gen. Halleck has been superseded: o enerai Thomas, who has arrived here. General FUllnr.k is to be transferred to General Mc Doweli's present command, on the Pacilc coast. The latter officer will probably dome K&st. THE PRESIDENT. Tbe President is in good health, tboagh uhieet to attacks of vertiao. He is more flesh v than when I saw him a few months sinca, and when on tha staid, the day of the review, watt certainly, m appearance, a diznified and gentlemanly person. He works nara ana nas tneiacuuy 01 uu-piLu.-u. ing business well developed. He has for two or tnree uays Feceiveu vuiwii a. tjn White House, and his Secretaries are in the rooms formerly occupied by Messrs, Nicolay and Hay, the Secretaries ot JIT. Lincoln. The familiar features of B. D. Muzzy, of our citv. are over the Secreta- rv's desk, aod on his shoulder appears tbe star ot a origaaier, DUt no Birap, tne beioe stitched on the blouse, uenerai Mdzzv. it win be re mere rarea, wss a long time stationed in Nashville, and engaged in the organization cf the colored troops of Tennessee. In this work he intimately associated with Governor Johnson and rained his confidence. The Brigadiersbip of General Muzzy, is brevet, or an ap pointment that is merely honorary. THE WHITE HOUSE. The White House is now, though sur- rounded by beautiful trees, and velvety lawns and gardens fragrant with flowers, a most dreary placo. 1 he Bbadow ot oeatn seems upon it vet. The pillars in front are draped in black. The Brent east room still wears all its weeds or woe, giving it a dismal effect, and even to day 4he lumber of which the catafalque used in the" funeral of .President .Lincoln was built, still litters the floor. The carpets are much worn and when the people next hear of an appropriation to refurnish the Wnite H -use, they need not imagine that the new rreeident is extravagant ana in clined to be luxurious, for there is not a private eentlman in America, who could! afford to live in the nous; ( who would no refurnun it throughout before he would condescend to move his family into it. their Lands—Important Order from General Howard. rd. - t.v a 1 The following circular has been issued by General Howard, Uhier of the i reed- men s Bureau, ana approved by the Hoc retary of War, who orders all military authorities to tuftsin and aid the sever! state commissioners in I be execution of its provisions : WAl DcPAkTMENT, BlTBKATTOr TaiaDVlM, &EruGHif AID Abak-donxd Lum, WABHMWva My 24, lUii. Whereas, a large amount of land in the state of V lrginia, and in other states that have been in insurrection, has been acsn doned by disloyal owners, and u now being cultivated by Ireedmen ; and. where as, the owners of such lands are attempt ing to obtain possession ot them ana tons deprive the freed men of the fruits of their industry, it is ordered that all abandoned lands m such states, now under cultivation by the frees men, be retained in their pos session until the crops now growing snail be secured for their benent, unless lull ana just compensation be made for their labor and its products and lor expenditures. The above order will not be so construed. as to relieve disloyal persons from the con sequences of their disloyalty, ana the sp plication for the restoration of their land. by this class of persons will. in. no case be entertained bv any military authority.. O. HOWARD, Major General, Commissioner of Freedmen. .Refugees and Abandoned .Lands. . . i i -., Was De paktm eht. i Adjutant GhhebatJs Office, Washington, Mav 22. 1865. All military authorities will sustain, tbe Commissioner or tbe Bureau ot itetticeee, i reedmen and Abandoned iiands, and aid turn in the execution of tha above order. By direction of the Secretary of War j E. D. TOWNSEND. Assistant Adjutant Genera. One of Jeff Davis' Negroes. Th3 Fort Royal New South says: "When Jefferson Davis arrived here1 be had with him a bright, pretty little octo roon boy about eight years of age, named James Henry Brooks or, as 'they had nick-named him on account of his remark able agility, " Jim Limber." " He -was found in the streets ' of Richmond and taken to Mrs. Dvis, who, reaming that his mother was dead, adopted him, probably as a plaything for her children.'"On: ar riving in onr harbor, aid "finding a lohg: vovaire before her, with a dark, unwritten' future ahead, she requested onr kind Pro vost Marshal General, Major B. W. Thomp son, to take the boy and to present him to Major General Bufua ax ton .-with tor compliments, and the request that he would take good care of him, and train him into a proper manhood. :..( We asked the little fellow who -made him, and the reply was, u God. made me, but Lincoln made me free.". '- The 12th O. V. C. Considerable inquiry having been made as to the whereabouts of the 13th Ohio Cavalry, we would state that when last heard from officially, it was at Lexington, Kentucky. Ohio State Journal ' ' j If the editor of the State Journal would take the trouble to examine his exchanges a little more carefully, he would, have found in the Lbasbb of the 29th of May A letter from a field officer of the 11th-O. V. C, dated ou the 23d, which states that the regiment was then at Bridgeport,! A1-. absma. It participated - in 1 Stonemaa'A. raid, and has not been in Lexington;' Ken 1 tucky, for three months. ' J " '" The Pann Statute in Philadelphia leli irom its pedestal in front of the Fount viva nia Hospital, on Friday;-' Ttn 'Bulletin . ::::;:::ir'3 "It is a bronrad leaden statute, rspre aenting the founder of our, taa, holding in his hand a scroll. . i for soma Uma-pasl a light inclination from the perpendicular ha been observed, and itfoU with a crash, carrying "with it tbe flab - of,, marble to whioh the feet were Attached., "We do col know the precise extent of the. damage, be yond the bending of the legs, "whicfl wa presume can be restored-!' . , i.r: n-i , It was erected in 1805. -i-j t ; 1 1 : ,a B House flies have already become eitremly annoying in Petersburg, Va. An oldlady, who Asa watched the signa . of th times for seventy-nine aummf ra, cays they will be more numerous this summer thaa, they been for nineteen yeara, . .u ,; j . jeS. Davis is journeying. to "Wslhlng tonHe is in Uavail yery oozi iftarurn- Delegates to the State Convention. Toe following delegates have been elect-. ti the. Union, State Ct.-ntion by the bsoldSerf of Thomas' army. They are gen , in favor of General Steedman tor Governor i-' OFFICERS. jgetb OWo Brevet Brigadier General F- Wilda. Captain John Elder. .... . . . t i . a . . i i n txT Oarroll.'Msior B. 8. Dodd. States Colored Troops Lieuten ant Colonel H. C Uorbin, Oolonel H. JJ. Gaw,' Captain Samuel Galloway. USth Onio--Jolonel U. J. urosvenor, Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Benedict, Cap- talo M. W. Haney. 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery iTirst i.ieu. tenant' Jo.: Rule. iiiw Ohftv Heaw Artillerv M&lor D. W. Hoffman, ' Oaptain tteorge 1. Somner, Lieutenant "W. S. Bradford. 1st Ohio Artillery U. S. Cotter, Major a B. Moet A. A.G. 18Tth Ohio Colonel A.B. Z. Dawson. uaptain A. it. Keller, A tj M. I ENLISTED MEN. 10th Ohio Battery Henry Gross. 2d :Ohio Heavy ArtUery Sergeant Wm F. Marham, B. H. Peters, D. W. .Gilbert- , 20ih Ohio Battery First Sergeant John .Btokil 9Ui Ohio Battery Thomas A. Gilbert. 11'JiOhio Battery Oscar P. M'Gaff. 1st iOhio Heavy Artillery First Ser geants John N. Foster and Charles tx. Gre, Hospital Steward Wesley J. An drews. ' - Government Employes Major J. W. Stinchcomb. Colonel Reagan, late rebel Portmafter General, now at Fort Warren, U said to have bean the man to whom Jeff. Davis gave orders to "hang Andrew Johnson if ae ever caught him." - - : - C. MEDICAL. DEAFNESS, DISCHARGE FEOM THE EAE3, AND CATARRH, TSUTXD AS OTUaL BT DR. C. B. LIGHTHILL Who oa. b. eoaraltad st thi folKmlag pineal : XT PJUHESVIUE, LIKE COUlin, OHIO, At the Pannly "oat, from Tuesday, June 13tb, nutll Bstnrd.y, jnae I7cn, XT EUR1X, LORtll COUNTY, OHIO, At the B-ebt Hon. from Tnealay, Jnaa to'h, an- til SalunUy, Jane IMtn, is. XT MEDIUM, MEDINA COUNTY, CHlft,. At the ra Hotel.fr m Taiadav, June 27tta, ttBll batarday, Jnlv 1:, lco. T CUVELXK0 I At Rosaelr Fo'att Olty Hone, fiom Mond.y, July Sd, no.il 8 iturday, Jnly 8th. mjn.iui UNITED STATES 7 -30 LOAN. THIRD SERIES, - -$230,000,000. By aathority ot tha See ret try of the Treainry, thi andenlgVed,th9aaral SnbieripUon Agent for the fate of United Stales 8eenrities. offer to Ui pobllo ine third suiei of Tteamry Note, bearing wren end throe-tenth per cent. Interest per annua known a the 7-30 LOAN! Tboae uoVo r itfued oader dale of July IS . Jft6rS, and at pfty.bl tbre ytmn from thtvt dU hi arrency. orar oonTartlbia tth optlua of kh holder into U. 8. 5-20 61x Per Cent. GOLD-BEARING BONDS, Theee Bond are worth a htudwrne premlnm.and are extmpt, a are all the Government Bor,di, from County, and Municipal taxation, vk'.ch addt front one to tare perorat. jmt oaaam to their value, accordiug to the rate leried npon ether property. Tbe Inter est 1 payable Kmi-annoalty by Coopons attached to'each note, which may be cot off and sold to any . bnkor banker. Tne tatercHt at 7-30 per et, amounta to ' Wue SDent per Day en a "SO Hole.' Iwi rsb " 'Tea " " aiuu 8joo 8ioo 3000 1 J Notes of all denomination named vUl he prompt- Iv tarnished npon receipt of.rabiorlption. " The Hotel of th. Third BorlM are prtcie'T iml lar in lorm and privilege to the SeTeo-Thirtie already old, ezeept that the GoTernment ceeerte t iuelf the option el p.; lug latere.! in fold coin at 6 per cent. intteadot7 S-luth in currency. Bub oribara will 4ednot th intereat la earrencr np to July 16th,' at the time when the? nbseribe. The deliver of the note of thli third lerlei of the HoTeo-thlrt'.n will ommenoe en the let of Jnne, and will be made promptly and contianonely after that date. ' Tne slight charge mad in tbe condition of tbi BD BEKIH aSWc'sonly th matter of Inter- The payment in gold, if made, will be ejnira- leat to tne c arrency interest of the higher rate. Th return topecla payment, in the erect of which only will tbe optima to pay inUroet la Gold be (Tailed of, wonld so reduce and eqnalia price that porches mad with ix per cent, in gold wonld be fully equal to those mad with seven and three tenth per cent, In carrenoy. Thi i i The Only Loan In Market Bow offered by tit Government, and it interior adTantlge mak it th Qreat Popular Loan of the People. Lea than t 'XO,0OO,0O0 of th. Loan authorized by th tut Congress are now on the market. Tbi amount, at the rat at which It is being absorbed, will a 1 b snbsorlbed for within sixty day, when the aotea will aadonblediy command a premium, a hai uniformly been tbe erne on closing the sub scriptions to other t-o.ni. ; In order that citiien of etery town and section of tb ooantrj may b afforded bcllitiu for taking tbe lean, the national Bull, 8 tat Banks, and Private Ranker through out tbe country hare gen emltr agreed to receive nbriptlon at par. Sub scriber will lct their own ageota, in wbom thy hire connience, and who only an to be reponlbl for the dellrery of th note for wh'jh they reoelT orders. JAY COOKE, 1 Snbsorlption Agent, Ho. 113 South Third Street, Philadelphia. ay IB, 1865. ' ' Babeorlption will b reeeiTdy the , FIE8T NATIONAL BASK, ' BECOND NATIONAL BANK, MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, , C0MMESCIAL NATIONAL BANK, .'i NATIONAL CUT BANK, of Cleveland. Ohio State Asylum for Idiots. 1 ' 1 ' ' fn ' ObLCasDS, Ohio, Hay 12, 1865. ' BT ACT OF C4KNERAL ASSEMBLY of hlo, pnaied March , 1861, the sum of twenty Are thoas.nd dollar wa appropriated for ta fapoee of pn rebating a eit. end erecting build ing, for tne ne. of thi Inititntion, and by the act of April, 1.65, an additional Hot of nf.y thoueaad dorawaaperoprlale4iorameprpoee; and by th.eam. act tbe tratewa,eaataorixe4 to pur chase or "receive by girt a tract of land anltabreror a eite for .aid Asylum, and la nch locality in th State, con elder 'OX healthffllnraof aitnation, lacillty .fa.ee at. and coat of raed and bnildlog materiel. M snc. Truteas shall find moit desirebleacd beat suited for tbe pnrpoeea of raid In' itotlon." Th said Trustee, are, al-o, by the act trmlrlnj the ImtitotioB. pad apnl 17, 1&7, and by joint .reiolntion agreed toon tbe 11th day of May, ISol, authorized to receire and hold land, money, or building materials for tbe beneSt of said Jxetitita. tion. . ; j (ha. Treatees lnvlt attention to tbe foregoing action of the Genual Aeeembly. and would be hap py to reoelve any propoelttoo which bMevolent ididaalot corporate anthoritlee may feel dia aoaed te mak. for donation therein spec'fied, or torealeofland'oraaiteealtable for Seld Inetltn tion. Hot leea thaa thirty acrea will be acoepUd a a aite, nnleai mora can be pnrchaaed adjoining at fairratee. i fropoaition for dona' lone or sale of Una for a Site to be directed to the Troateea, care of G. A. Donra, M. D., Bup't of the Ohio Stat Aylnm for Mhtv, Ooltrmboa, Ohio, aad mad prerloaa te taa )6ta day aiJaaa next. . . it i:-i - 1 a-. , p. HITOHO.iOli. ' ' " '1 : f. A. i.CXa, ii t. .'--T:J Tnutee; OhtjAsiUiin for Idiot. .i.ins.raiBiaM. ' COMMISS'N frtiertCHANTS GEO. A. BOTCH CO, : . ; Proiuc8 Commission MerchantBt j 6S PEARL tTSElTrW OBK Libsrl tvdvaacM on eonflnmeat. Refer to OJtfAN BANK,. iTia rank. MW TO Ha. ana Win sabwcrihssr will lnroiai. txrania ifwn k- mlcmtiou fur mrkioc Drnrtf . mn& afiU IMD " T.noe on coniigLnieuti to tb bQfe Bona , 1 toylft;B4 flu Merwln it., (JkTetsmd, Ot S. F. iST. 4 CO., Storage and Prodnoe Commission MERCHANTS, ton 48 tid 50 lUrer Btmt,' - ' CLETCIASID, O. ' ' ' pT:BS ' as. W. SaaDara, aao. m ot, . a.0. aTaAiai. 6AS3SE2, BCKT & C0 . -Btorattfl m Fredaee mMMTRSTfiW - WP.RnTT ANTS. iil ala JUT.wia punso i;fp.iiji v, w i biMbela. 1 tfica aaa 'VtanuotM adjoining Um lentor, ; So. 192 Mcrwln st., CieTelaBd, 0. Dealer! In T1 kin4 of Country Frodnoa, AgeaU for txi. ' Oompany of Onondaga." Bait aoia alv;sttbe Corop.oj't priOM. . . ' , Duty Watol aiini.. vioar. mwa w load, ieiTei or to 0 tbippad oa th 0. 0. a O., T., u. a E..fA A A O. W., lum rnagx) BailroaM ana tbelr connection, loaded or nnioaded dliectlj In car wareh.ua, amiiag ex penat f draWL , . will-jiT.pstwnal atrentloe t th Siting or ders for Produce aod Mercuaodia. on Uoaiuiiailoa. Liberal oaan adrancas m.M oacosaiKnmeni. We ar. preparMl to recair. ana oaip, oj v..ai. I.skk. or It sail. IWiiDOTii orajMBi, uiiuubiuuw, StHVr- Marble. Umber ftadoutuas JreUhu of tt.ll JIM lor Ui iimiXilOl ni rwmvj rmmuw. ftofer to B.U1.U ftOwLAuiiieai mtn gwienuije i pa K3 . . . : , J. f IIBIBS. ; AGENT AND COil MISSION MLB CH AST. for th.ialaef Flonr, Grain and all klod N uoaatry rroo?. jjnnMwwip. B4 HITar trA, near -naiiroaa vvyatm, virhis Oh) ": F. B. BAB. ' ' ' - W. B. RBAISHT. MKu, gT2iI.1T . CO., Proaace, 1'emnilaalom Forwardiar; MERCBANTS, - For the ale of Flonr,. Oraia, i FFcxlaieeit, Oram Eewls, Butt-r, Cheea. agg. noney, tr Utoe. Bean. Uomlny, Green and Dried fruit. Unut Bofa, . - .., ac., o. 5o. 22 front tt , bet, Vain and Walsnt, C1NCTNHATI, O. Order for all detenptinn of rrodnoa, FrorUona nd Orocerie eoltctteil Adraooe on oonlKnrae.nta. MitrkioK plate, fornlanad fie to recalar atiippan. aUI:S 1 ' FELT0.1, FSE5CII & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION '-AMD - ' " FOSWAEDIKQ iMZECHAKTS, AND Wholesale and Betall Dealer Wr, IiOC8,CBIVyr, PRCV19I0M8, BALT, I wax an uiafiiw , ... Agent for tb sal ot tha celebrated ;MUls" Flour. All the dlffe-ent bran.! of whlah, t' rether with a D.,nur.i ,..iim.nt of Ohio acd Indiana Flonr an w,Bt!utly kept on aand, tn fianei, Half-Barrel ana aaox. B0.1CVMTT8 En0HHaiiS, Toot of BUrB- : : . , ' ' A GENTS f?QB TBS Northern Transportation Co.'s line oi screw ttteamen, To and From OGDKMSBCRG, (JAPB TIMOEST aad OBWBOO And the - ' AKRON TRASSPORTA TION COMY Property promptly lorwarnefl to new i or., ikw- tou, nut all points Let or Weat, with dlspateb and at the boa-ert 1UM of Freight. Tbrooh contract gir.n to all pnoeipa, towu in New ibrjK:aod and Bew York.- mehSL na CLAKK & aANFOKD, t (Suotenore to (Aark A BocketMler,) ' TtViwt Comajititio- Merckuta, .AND DaaLEO u Uraln. S-1, Flour. Flatt, Waer Lime, ria-tev, tane. ff iae,ttraaw stoiar anil iHurjr nail. . No. 3D, 41, 13 and 48 Blrn utreet and on tb. Dock. M.IUU.' t. L nxroan PTjperrf nmrrad by Ballrrad orOanal, a 8ak or Shjpmect. Will ire piwul attention to UM atleaad pnreaa.of rndao aad khnkiiadla. ow gCElttUTiOta. . . r.i.eri oh AtrMnKroJonmnrfloirm, Be.'er to PoMjaa it a Baakan Re-orallF. mcht:aS L. na3ta. a. a. BATab, A. OOBEST HANK A 4 COr-Srccaw 1 u to-Banna,, GerretaeB A C, Wholeeab Grooat, iorwardln and UommlaBion aterohaa and Deaieri la Prodno., Bait, Fieri, Aa., OentraJ Cxcbaaaa, w M and: in iirrat (taaat aa. Msa lll-reland, Ohio. ' : as-Areiim for tbe Oevelarnet Detroit- ana) La o-:r.-tAr f.n. r.f fttwuir. lara gfiiAMKI.K & DitOEi.Xr : 1 emiii 1 . , ' . , . . . - COIUI.&SIOX i . MERCHASTS, . : FOB TBB till Of . .' rlrOUB, ORUS. PB0VISI"H8, SBA8S BIBD8, euiiA, aouD, mu. Sos. 87 sail 69 MerwlB st Cievelud. Liberal cash adraoc s mad on conilrnm-nt. if deairtd- apg):aia ilaghes, Davis & Kockefeller, Bocceieor to Buajbe A Rockefeller and Davis m yorce, orf ardlflg.Trbdace & General , CC7f1!yi(SSI0N MERCHANTS Sexton's Block, Merwln - CLKVKLAKD, O. " ; AST HUB HUflBK,rt , ; r -fc HCNatT 8 DAT S, ntf. -rX7TArai,xie. anVBH Hf BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS and SHOES. J1ME T.' WORLEY & CO., dcooaaaoE to JOHB LORD,) ' Ko. 224 Superior Street, tfouM r.3pettfolty annenne to Tbe puh'le ttat the. rK Lonbt ont the old. wall-koawn Boot and Shoe dtora ef loka Lord. kera they wUi be pieeed to aee all who may favor than wita inatr patrcnage. 1 heir atock comprlaea ; ., All the YArletlea Kept by ihe Irade, And cannot baurpMal la the city, i -. ! ! " . Work Manufactured to .'Order. jayto-JiU.- . r pTanos. piANOBl' i i .: PlAlJNOS! From tb CUbratexl VaAnfaotori of S. DRUCEER $ CO. ' ' ! ; - ' . ' C. NA R VIS EN $ CO, ': NIV TOBK, ' .,. Are unanrpwed hr any auaranteT by' the mana ltoreie. frVceefrom SaOO to BUOtk The ce'ebrated Maaoi A Ba bIIb CabUet Crgin, .. I ...j ; !..,--Aav ,v. ) .' CARHCRT HEEDHAS CHURCH HARHDNIUHS, Cau be teea by ca'ltng at 179 snperior itroet. m.':t4 f ' - - t' V PlKBOB. 7R-.iI,LINQ ifILI.3. Whercaa. ithaa be certhined thf Koliiig Willi o'narrastfd In ac cordance with Lettere Patent rrantrd to J. If.iTi, Ociober Hu. ls&8, aad L ttera Pateat grantid to J. A O, Fri'a. 8fptmb.r i7th, 1859 are uatd ia aere- lJ'SM wS -n;. b-roTy- MtiHMl ti nmmiit l&unl Ulucaadiaga t tbat. sromct lexal proceedlag will no t,i.n ....ml th,m. b nl.HM the. commn nicate with the undersized at an earfy date, with a view of making an cqaltaDie aettltmeni lor paea uuxiagw maats a ,. . . -i', : - Licena-e to nie the inventloiiB patented aa afore aid, will be granted on liberal term by th wa- deratgntd; owner ol aaid patems. ,7. iOHS at. KENSEDT, . . ,, '.."(3oleAmigneof J. SO. 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IB HKIIXIB, mil HAMILTON and LOOT LABJOH. Thli M. Bine baa aireedr altaimd a ain-olatioa nnp. Hlm in to. Btatory ac masasiae uterawr.. tb iarae of tb April number It will lur. aa tab I lined oironlatton of 6u.(O0 cop e It la dlally eommended by both the secorar and Mli-ioue preen; alao by all peraen intareeted in the anulect of Jaenlle Literature, while tbe expreeKna grattacatlon th. pooiutner. eauy receive trou, renu. and alao from the Yoang Polka themera oonTino hem that the magaa ne anawers a want tbat m anlTaraally tela. It u ua aim or tne raD- baher to make tt a tret claaa A1eKai- e in every pMnaRt. and th.. will aD.r. neither labor n-jf Bpeoa la tbelr endeaTor to rarn'ah to the:: yoeng rdr ana wnoae montnty .ibiw imwi always weloome, and aball be eapected wttl piaa aara. ' . ' ' 1 . ' Thaatanof ContnbQtoraemor.ee re leiiwin. among many prominent namea: n. eiuaa,. W. LONGSALLOW, man . wain tta, u. EOLHBb, Atr.L. M. CHJ.LD, VapUla MAY!. AAlll. Term tt year. Bingr nnmben AO eenta All aahaBrtBCluii. naTabl. ra adveaew. boeoit oopieaof Onr Toaag PoikawUl be sent to any for 80 centa each. Joan B. Aa.oa. at Baker1 Book Store, tr parior ateaet, CleTeiaad, being ear eoly eathJria"d Aeat for the Stat of Ohio, all order, for ib. Trade M well aa snbeoriptiona ahould be addrnaw-d to A, AtlanUo Monthly andomr I on as rota to any address tor . .' TJCKJS0R A FIZLDB, Publiebera, Boctoc. Sf A0BBTB WANTED In every city aad town. Pot partteniara aadrem : , j. a. Aaaoa, MklT.kJt Aflrnt. Cleveland. I. MACHINIST. THE OLD EAGLE FOUfSDRt ' Ooramw smart wm aVeaKaw rt lorroarra narov,) b ajrala open, aae tb anbaoriter bag ksaT amfana It eld flienda aad Batroaa, and the pubue teMiaily, tbat he m now naey to ouiia AIL KIIBI or KHCIISKS. Portable or Stationary. H hi alao ready to do all kinds of BBPAIBIH8 m ahArt .ntioaand in a workmanlike manner. - Particular attestloa paid to PBOPiCLLB WOBK. OnrmoUitla fcr maanfaotnrlng BULL. ABARIHG are aa good aa the beat, 1 be Pstteraa Bm. baea aeoomnlatln for toward of twenir In vear. and are of the beat quality. All OKUerr frem a dtetaaoe promptly dttended to. ; Adenaa J- Hiuu, manager. Wnr vrT rn..i .ei.no. l DENTISTRY. -i- P.B.HALLIWEIX, BTjiasowDKliTii-T, I JmanactfallT acnonncee to tbe pnbrfe generally, tbat be ha removed worn hi old baotal atoema u. Pn.lie mm a. to hi. own B ock. H MiCbiflran etraet, where be has fitted ttti a beantt'd anlaa Rooms, aud la now pr-pared to meot aim watt on old and new patron woo may ptoeite la iarur with . r.ll. . : - . , , .. I AhYUViOlAL TEETH Jxed on sn (-.tprored principal, . ''1L'' l or an. a-i- - 7,?.r " tor Aail Beanty.Birenth aa4 LDraoUity. iErry on. tbat aeee them dieear4 tbeir old aete, li able, t. B Onlr one rlalt sereaaBry 'aha. a aet pleted, at Mo. s MioMiraa etreet. north ii.e, on. Hertnaiouaoii.aiiuiwvi n.,...,., GlaTeland. Imi8 A. O. HAliLlw f.ulj, J. rirBmiai Tisra- xbsxbi ; Bp. J. TlJIII8. Labs of th Arm of Haluwbll A Dajmu, still at km old aetablii-bed Pental Beoma, cerntf Ontario etreet sad Pnblie eViriar, making tn-raaaBba gaaia. Artlacaai Xaeta. at tbe old belore the war. An Upper or Lower Set from to t'fi. Allwerawtrrawtwi. PATENT OFFICE ACINCY. TTNITD 8TATfia AMD yOBEIGH . PATENT OFFICE ASNCT, a. 1M Bautai StitiuS, evtaivdU Obi. vB arw prepared te araaaaetonaineas of daaortptioa ralaung to InrenUota, rrtawlnioi, Te. 1 11, Dywae.wvn " , I,, raleau Law. ' ' auuivtti u i.i., , HO MVanm IkWW rawa bum al iw aa cor ol .a rje w. ad drew him. aeau r U - on el all Mm 11 com aec. if. At of taoaa prioea tilt verjr Ca. INSURANCE. roLiur -is- THI MUTUAL Life Insurance Co., 07 NEW YOKK, Vblcb nowoffera a-lvantagaa ecpoiiar to thoaa of any ether Lit. Coe ptay. CASS ASSZT3, $13,000,000! An aBTjcl. lrir-T titan th ati rf ny ottar laid lstsaraoo CoiKpsaj ia ths Dcito4 Stti. Tb CftMh Jlivlrtend Of preufniBB pl j, tvaJ 1nr;r than hu bn d elttred bf ami othea nr Is. Co. ia in WoKieO DITIINT13 irs mw doctarod i?riTjrLi.T. and ar available for payment o prflroinma at th and of th r-t ftr- s omilho can beo)U.aaa irom any othr Ltf " mpany; tbTeby tacnriiit th vrnnrtH vjTTitatTT" off- red bv Kot CompaarM, and Kt tha flaUBA time oaviaic thn tha owaJTan tae ot tayui iubemt npon no Lea. For parphleta, with full particular, or for Poll- I ci , aplj to J0H5 6. JlN!flXGS9 Atwat-r Bail J ing. aiyiS STATE FIRE IHSUHAKCECO. Cf '. Cleveland, Ohio. , i raplfal 93flO,0Ow OO. Inreted In or folly aecored by nrat'Claa Mortgagee, Bonc and btocka. DIRECTORS: B. P. Morsan, W. W. Wrsbt, Dr. T T. tee I ye. Dr. W. 8. fctreetor, Iiartua adms A. N fcatuhe der, I. P. St.nard. G. O. Griawokr. tt. P. Hy-is. i a. Cndi-rword, J. B. tteriam. I oren PientLa, H. K. Rarnoll. T B. Beciailh, OFFICERS: . P. MORGAN. Pieai-'o-nt B. P. MVERS. Vire Prc d nt. J. nM'EKWOOD. eocretT. i. B. MfchUM, 'ireHnurer. A. M. UATCHabbhtt, Senegal Agent. AOflloe in Bo-!ae'a Block, corner of flucerlor at and PuMc 5(,uar-, Cit-re and. Ohio. myi;B4 S UN Fire Insurance Co., OF CL'cYtLAND. OQce 178 Superior Street. CAPITAL, - 15250,000. folly and tecur.'.y Inrpetod In Unit claaa Mort g&ga, toooa and btocu. Msvrsof may Reeeiw 75 Per Net Profits. Cent, of DIBKC'TOKBi emLLIItBJ WITT, 4AMKB MA'ON, E.i StLUnlN, . 3L. tJM APIDl, INO. . tVA&KXR, GKO. WlT HISOTOH, nuiiti lutici, u. A. ittuvaa, . . W. B. aUk LEH. frvriL'tiMsS HITT, Prrsident, II. M.t mKYi Vice Pres't g. C. Rut'SK, Snomtorr mb?n:B3 UAPTTAL, - - . ISW.OOO Ba xnt IA7A: r-oit. d'Tli-d ia OA"l :ic 02 r ol.oy tlciarre. Xait. iia: lu b.,Li or ail klsla, Plra B'aka, Asi'dtnaa, itierccant'toe, farnttarfs V-rseela la i'ort, nil Mi IV.-v otaea 01 iiiui senaraliy. cirBirroBB. St. 01. U. i aiton, AmaeaPte?!, t. l-Aiaaitv.-rlc L. V. fcu-iean, J. B. ChamoeriiB. W. T. W lni-r, O. A. Gerattar, C. a. Oaiatt, f. W. Pfllton, ' Wa WeliLoci, DPyiCB frr-at'. -. og., foot f Huparlot rttvet, Ol'jTftt.n, I'fii, , Loe-M .a ostMi anj ' r.it pt.-n. . M. iili', Premdanl. fc. r. Hrfeo. -Hr-rtv y. Capt. O. A. GAKPNKK, Xirlu Inspector, mhla: La ' J. EN3W0KTH, rire tt LTe Iasuranee A a ct. Office ftmarMe Blok, Hnrterlur !a. CLEVELAND, OHiO. Bpreaentathetoiow.n Or.mot.nire: 0pital. fnanranoa tympany of Horlh Aoteroai,7;o 171 Mew Bug'akd Sire Ina. Co , F-.rtI-.-.l... 'JM UO Ltaar " New York. 4027 Weatern Baabnett, Tire I-ittef.-' l KM 741 AltMJ Ctty, s'ireio. to. Albtn, N. T , Vb ii") bopa ' rrondruia.. IW 0 0 mtnaaa . 11 iirt.ord. , ... 6 7 vab ss,no 3ut i promptly atlj u ted in.1 ,"n'.l. apl:a.wia J. ..itlir, Agft. D. KUDSOM, Weateral t ire, IBe-rlu and UI Imaora am wo Atrat, Ofloe, Oviatt'a Piebasire, foot Snpr,? Btreat, UL,a&L,ario, vuitJ. - v lirtwtv nu rouuwte oo.rA.lae : Bnckeye Mirnat In.. On., C'lervl.nd, Awin, Oulo, (nr. and Mar;ni.). .. Ie4n,ls Sarketrire " " . 4I4.7U9 Fo too Klre " ' . UW4,MW1 Norwich ilr. In. Co., Norwich, Ct 429,24 MoTtu Weetem " Cwego, S. T. 2ll.7t Saw Vork IJ(. ' ew 'ork S,b5S,T31i Pooeniz Marine Tne. Co, of Broo.l;n Pi. y.,euh capital. ,w WHi.MOti UlHbXtt tHVMtL.l t AOJLIelU ASD tAlO. Parucnlar attantlen Klran to tbe alj-ment ef tlarin Loaae. L. D. HrD-Oa, Agent aud Ailjuter. Oapt. C. A. ftABTiiorB. MrtId-1 len'fr. fe!8:RJ IRON AND NAILS. IKON AND NAILS. CLEVELAMD EHOViH & CO., novai sa i merwui bereeia - SiXTON-B BLOCK, -- fl. B. OLBVrtUira, . - BBOWB, WmnVA 09 Glereianrl, O. . I onntdtown, u. . lanaiactnran and 'Waoleta'.e Dealer la Car.Solltr, Hocp & BSeetlron, SAILB OUT ASD WhOl'OBjr kPlEM Ml BaiB CiLO P&jSO, HiiTJ AND WISHERS! tati twl Bprin bi-eei, c Iron Dealers, Bailro-d a.:1 Mlclnj Ooracaulea. Sblp and Brlaira BoiIJe-e, Mabin:ta aoJ Mnnn- incinrera, wdu aan a qujuy oi ii'm win tlr. entire aatratact'on, are rapectioity raineatel to favor s with tbeir order., which eh all always ooaomaBl onr prompt and oarefal attention. Lefar to Boalaeaa maa and cankers gjnerauy. ecBS I K03 -AK1 if All. WAiUSOXJSSS. Ho.l,BS,S5471.0L2V T.L i AJfD, f Hot. 95, 9S, tft m turerb Brest. oxlio. lajoauaiwa - J KOKKiaiOBt FOOTER. Vholoaale Ageaoy for th calo of Rtataterrer'i Jaalsta IfaiK Buneae-mada Horw-eboea, eiboanberfar'B Common and Jul lata Baaet Iroa, SUoenbonrar a R, G. Chert snde-from JuolaU Iroa, Baaenbarger'a Juniata Boiler Plate. Jonl.ta Nuti, Square and Hexatroa. Alao Bar Iron, Window Uleaa, catr Bv at Mauuftnrera' urine. leoti STOVES. stoves i Biomr' TBI CZLIXtATfO 1 ' . -. , , ni.,. I SteaTt COOK aid PallOr 010768 , A. DBWXT 00- I .or u. uj Jfo, atsrwa QECURiS A i i ; t a; I , -emwaaa .