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FRIDAY, AI'RIL 28, 1865.
Current News Items. On yesterday morning Mr. E l ward Inger oil, while alighting from hit oarriage in Phil, adelphia, M wailed apon by a committee of citiseiia, who requested that he apologias for the apnech be had made in Kcw York, a few days lince, favorable to the South. Mr In. sersoll not only declined to retract, bat drew a pistol, but before ha succeeded in ducbarg' tng ita content., he was knocked down ana badly cnt and beaten by the crowd. Ingenoll was then arrested, and held tn bail in- th sum of 2,000, on the charge of aaaaulland battery and carrying concealed deadly weap ons. Tba aff.iir has created cociiderable ex. oitement in the City of Brotherly Lore. Ef forts for his releaie are being made by his friends, by firtue of a writ of habeas corpui, if such a writ can be obtaiued. The remains of President Lincoln arrived ia Buffalo yesterday morning, and left last orening for Cleveland, where they will arrive this morning. To-morrow tbey will be in Co lumbus. It is stated that Johnston's army, 35,000 strong, is better supplied with field guns and horses thaa any army the Confederacy ever had. Many of Johnston's army are leaving for tbeir homes. . A telegram from Toronto, Canada, states that the Grand Jury have found a true bill of indictment agaiott Jacob Thompson, C. C Clay, and others, for a breach of the neu trality laws. A body guard of one hundred men from this State are in eppttant attendance upon Presi dent Johnaon. '" t ' Job E. Steventoo, of Chillicothe, will pro. Doance the Funeral Oration over the remains of President Lincoln, in Columbus, to-morrow. Work on the Covington and Cincinnati Bridge, which has been greatly retarded this spring, on account of the continued high wa ter, was resumed last week, and will be pros, ecuted wi.b the utmost vigor throughout the aeason. We learn that the additional stock of $250,000 in the bridge, authorized by the Legislator es of Kentucky and Ohio, has all been taken. Mrs. Lincoln continues to occupy the White House, and it seems likely that she will remain in possession for at least a week two. Meantime Hon. Samuel Hooper, Boston, has placed his elegant residence the disposal of the President and he is occu pying it. The trial of Miss Mary Harris, charged with the murder of A. J. Burroughs, in Jan uary last, at the Treasury Department, bai been postponed until a week from next Wednesday, the 3d of May, on aoconnt of the sicknes ot Misj Harris, who is now suffering with erysipelas In the face. There was a terrible fire at Irontnn, Ohio on Sunday week, which destroyed the "Com mercial Block," ''Union Block," and Camp- hell, Ellison t Cos building. Some seventeen firms were losers by the fire. The total loss is estimated at 1100,000. A large number ol charters! veieelj the service of the Qaartarmaster Qeaeral's Department have been discharged, business having muck diminished in that branch the public servioe. The wife of Louis Napoleon is engaged writing the life of Maria Antoinette, the beau, tiful but illslarred wife of Louis the Six teenth. The New Orleans papers are quarreling to whether the city shall elect its municipal officers or hive them appointed by the military authorities. Michigan now yields about $7,000,000 worth of copper and $2,000,000 worth of iron Dually. Attorney General Speed is said to have written a letter in reply to certain queries addrewiecr him by the War Department, in which he is understood to take ground that paroled officers of Leo's army who formerly resided in Washington, and afterward took np residence in the South in order to aid in the rebellion, have right under the terms of surrender to to the national capital. Joseph Bonaparte and the Crown of Mexico. It may not be forgotten that a member the Bonaparte family was offered forty years ago lha crown of Mexico. The story is told by theEm)eror himself in his sketch of Jo seph, eldest brother of the first Napoleon : "While Joseph a;aa living, as philosopher, OB the banks of the Delaware, thinking nothing but of doing good to those arouod kim, he received a proposal which surprised and touched him. A depotation of Mexicans came to him to place at his disposal the crown of Msxico. Tba ex-King of Naples and Hpain answered the deputation nearly these terms : 'I have borne two erowns, and T would not Take single step for a third. , Nothing eaa be more flattering to me than . see mea who, when I was in Madrid, refused to reoognixe my authority, come now ia exile to ask of me to put myself at their head. But I do not believe that the throne joo wish to raise np can make you happy; aud avery ' day I spend on lha hospitable soil of the United ' States proves to sne more and mora the ex , cellence of Uepoblioao institutions for Amer ica. Preserve them, then, at the preoioss ' lift of Providence. Put an ' end to your ' intestine quarrels; imitate the United Statsa, and look out among jour fellow citiiens some on more capable than I am to play th great part of Washington.' " Krrp If llrlore tit People, i e. That tlie Secretary of War declare that Rebels" whil "' ir moirf protprrov condition," were not only willing, without further fighting, to surrender their arms, disperse their armies, admit the Federal Courts and other anthority within their State, retore the Uuion, dissolve the Confederacy, yield to the Constitution, ,he lwg J (ake oatug of allegiance to the United States, hnt to do "better" Uhnnthis; but that the lnte Adnnnistra j tion "deliberately, repeatedly and tolemnly rir4A19 their tirntiORitiona. See Stan- . v...... . j-. v. . i i o I .-Kin K, ... v r. , The Cleveland Plaindealer. of at in of in as an the After a temporary snst-ension of the TPlniniloaler, ifH publication hn been re siimed. Its isane of the 25th, contain the Kalutfttory of it present Editor, W. W. Armstrong, Esq., late Secretary of State of Ohio. Frevion to hi eloction as Sec retary of Stale, Mr. Armstrong had been for many year connectod with tlio Democratic pi ess. of Ohio, and in onr editorial intercotiruo with him, we always recognized hijn as a sound nd faithful exponent of Democratic doctrines and principles.' Ilia antecedents as well as his address on aeeiiming tlic editorial control of the Plaindealer, which we copy in full give us the beet assurance that in the future ho will be guided by the "ancient land-tuarka" of the Democratic party- We shall gladly welcome him as a co-Ubortv in the great work of rortoring Peace and Union to our Buffering ami ru. ined country. We copy the following from tlio.. V Iain- dealer: The uodersiened this day assumes the miiu- sgeinent of the Cleveland Plaindealer. For veers connected with a Democratic journal, and having upon more than one oc casion Deen toe recipient oi ine confidence and support of the Democracy of Ohio, deem it unnecessary to indulge in an elabor ate salutatory. The Plaindealer will sustain those princi ples adjudged by the Uemocratio party to most conducive to the interests of the country and the prosperity of Ihe people. The great and paramount hope of all Democrats and Conservatives ia, that our civil strife shall cease: that the Union may be restored and forever perpetuated; tho requirements of the Constitution tu lulled, the rights ot tho slat! preserved, the liberties of the people maintain' ed. the laws enforced, and Peace and (rater rial good feeliug be re-established ihrooshout the length and breadth of the land. There has been an honest difference of opinion as the meant of saving the Unioir -among the people of the North, and though partisans, for political ends, may aasert otherwise, the Democratic party never ha$ propoted to, nor mil it ever, accept J.nsuuwn on any term) or tinder ang circumitancei. Recrimination and denunciation now one party by another, as to ita past policy, idle, there are question looming up now which witl'ennn bury in. oblirion the isaaas of the pwi. Tlrrj must ne met. Our Armies and Generals have nobly performed the work assigned them. The siateemauship of th country must now be called into requi sition to bring our nattoual dimculties to satisfactory and permanent conclusion. The adoption of a conciliatory policy upon the part of our triumphant Government, will out judgment, bring about a restoration the Union, a universal acknowledgment ullegiance to the old dug, aud a ready sub mission of the great body of insurgent constitutional authority. Or soldiers would return to their former peaceful avocatioos; the industry of th country oooe more turned into the channels of Peace, bitter animosities would be softened, and in future all vexed questions would be disposed of without a to the powerful and destructive arbitrat- ment of war, for after the bitter experience lour years, when 1 sacs does come, "She will not tarry with us as a waylarer, but will dwelt with us " The Democracy of th country must keep up their organisation. Composed of two hun dred and fifteen thousand men in Ohio, and numbering a million and over in tbe North, nearly two millions. Ehpire.1 it hifctfji mis sion to fulfill The people in the daik hours of the pusl nave entrusted it with confidence, and we have an abiding faith that they will yet turn to th historic old organization, and ask it wisdom and experience to lead them once more out of trouble into the path tranquility and permanent concord. - The Plaindealer will sustain the nominees of regularly constituted DemoeratioConventions, and by all honorable means seek to seaure W. W. ARMSTRONG The Way it Works. of of in to for W see it elated that before the war person worked but half a day in the week for the Government, and the leruaiuiu five and half day for himself; bat owing to the heavy . taxation, which country will have to bear for several year to come, and of which the laboring classes will have to bear their share, a man will have to work two days for the Govern ment, leaving bnt four for hi own bene fit, . ; . ' General McClellan receives distinguish ed consideration at all points of interest his present European tonr. His eminent character as patriot and soldier has won no lees praise abroad than lie deservedly enjoy at home. He is now in the vener able city of Home, akid we learn by latest foreign news tlikt the Russian Am. .4 .i, i Dasaeclor mere naa tensbireu Htm S ornuaui b. n . ' T? anquet. ew Ameriaus now in iMirojje can repreeent the-honor and dignity ofth nation more Denttingiy man tin limsiri on hero. .. Very Important. The followm Terr important letter we copy ! from th Cincinnati Gazette of the 26th lot'.' It nrovea conclusively that Sherman' army 1 ', , n j i. . il i i ' wr not only walls!!!, but well pleased with hitpaeifioationawrt eager lo r.lM It ahows too wbnr John Brongh standi With " RALEIGH, N. C., April 19. I to of is a in of ol to of of all a The struggle has cloaed at length. On Saturday the 15th, Gen Johnston sent a mel ange by a flag of troce to Gen. Sherman axk inn that hostilities be suspended, until Oener ill Sherman could obtain authority to afford the anniA forma to Johnston's army as Lee's had received. General Sherman replied that . ' , , .... . i . Um . ,..rl. huA anthnril tn mnRA auoli terms. Major McCoy, ol Gen Sherman's staff, took .l.- ' , 1 ..; im tj , this communication to the enemy s lines, and .; in rrpT, on tiuaauy evening, ine iuin, uni, Johnston appointed an interview for the next . "J r, ,1 1 , a cMm ,;u. morning at ihiuub j.eunot. m mrqw, u. , from Dufham Station, on the North Carolina lUilrond, and midway between the lines. On Monday morning, at eight o clock, Hen- ernl Sherman, accompanied by bis stall alone, , took a special train lor Durham's. General V 'u .... ? .1.. . 1 1 1 nrfiiit. ! iiuuunitfii wtin oi iu sji.j. r ; ly acronipanied by Gun. Wade Uaropton, and ; Vfi ll.mninn ond OnnL Johnaon. or John-! ston's ateQT. The interview wo strictly pri vn.e between Sherman, Johnston and Hamp-, ton The first dny cloe4. wita-the terms uu-, arrimcul Hiunptoo asliised to surrender or , aoknowldec-e ihe action ot Johnston. There .ere also dillicullies arising Iron, the minaiinn not In recognize tlie uoaieaerei' Qovcrnmout, ' The interview closed, to afford ; Johnston nn opportunity ot Consulting with Duvia and other civil olhcials. Uen snerman returned to Hleigb, mid on Tuesday morning j ent oit ejiain will, bn Btaff. a bis time Wadd ffa'tnpton was absent, and G6nernl John C Breckirtride was present Instead, (hnnoh in hia military, character alone i be ennftrr nee clo.'cd about three P. M , and Gen. Sherman rode half way to Raleigh before he .,.,;,.. lha .n.i.llln liia alr.fl These L- w. kei.rt. ...,! I Ctt'l I'f" ; Johnston kurrondera nil the military lorces the Confederacy, and the civil authorities ere all consenting parties to the surrender. Th. Confederacy was not recogn.zea many manner. The terms granted are in general similar to those which Lee received, though as the lorees surrendered arc widely separated, it was agrerd thai tbe Confederate should march to their respective capit "taiind there Inrti over their arras and military stores to officers appointed for the purpose. These terms are subject to ratification by the author- ities at Washineton, and when so ratified .,, ... , , i j if. will exist throughout tho land. Major Hitchcock, of Sherniau's stun, siarted tmme- diatelyfor W.fjhlgto, to lay th. term, be-' fore the authorities. General Wilson, with the Union cavalry, is reported by Johnston as at Columbus. General Stoneman is at Slaterville, close Mn lnlin.ii.n'1 .... onJobnstonsrear. General Sherman informed Johnston ot tho asaaiiainRtion of President Lincoln. All the rebel officers present wore deeply aff.eted by the news and greatly concerntd. -General Johnston characterized it as the greatest ca-, lemity which had befallen tho South during th war. Our officers were convinced that this sorrow was real and not feigned on the! part of all General Johnston remarked, among other things, to General Sherman, l .c- oi . .u. .l that his (Sherman s) army was the best the world hat ever seen. The interview could' not be termed cordial, but the bearing of all iraj Mu of great men discuening a great -ii woner. untn armies are resnna quienj, vui vmm oreat imnalience to hear of ihe rutihcutiria - of peace by the porer. at Washington ' the citizens ol ltaleigh. yesterday, held a large meeting nt the Court House to express their sorrow and indiijnation at the assassina- tion of Mr. Lincoln. Strong resolutions wei adopted. Both tbe Progress and the Stand-' 7 . . e . .... ard are out 111 deep mourning this forenoog. Th,. n. w of the Prosidenl'e death was ra-' A 1- !. ,;.i, n.A by the army with amazement, aid Caused deep grief. None could speak of tl. mntlcr w thruit 1-ara. Rtui the rarre of tie troops wni unbounded. Ihe guards w.va b.trcnif tbeDftd (cvervwhere. ftnd two brik!adea il.,-) in iKonll. Kff.ra th tiawsi mi 011. r - -.vj, v.. v nounced, 13y the alrtclest vitnlanca Bloufl the city wus iftTed. Kvjry .one felt that tbe 4 t ai . 1 i 1 j j great tons of tun country wat also nil Individ' ual bereaveraunt. Uad deain entered every family circle represented in this.rmy, the r - row would not have been more deep and heivt- felt. Ow'ipg to u mistake iu the date of Sro - i. i i . . . retary Stanton a dispatch announcing the tee. rililo calamity, the spirits of the troop arose again when the papers of the Uih came aid were found to contain no reterenc. to the matter, hat ia the midst of the rejoicing whi 'h this caused a dispatch came contirm'uig the previous one, and tha army put an it deepest mourning a.ain.. Kven the surrender ol Johnston and the prospect ol peace h ive hardly roused the troops. The Ohio soldiers held a meeting at lb'. State House today and resolved to appo.nl delegate to th. oonveulion in June, Irom eacn resuneni, uaunry ana inaepenaeni com- maud, in accordance with the ectioa of tbe Central Unm, Committee. l tie ftemifj ttgatnu uovernor jsrougl u ahnott unieerixil am on a the Ohio ioWiere nr a a ii j . but tven a respectable minority dettr Am r-1 nomination . Th!m nriiiif tr,l)l wn-nhnhhi minvi tn 4rm .r..g - .aa.w- how Within a jvrhn.gnt. Let the peep weli'omo the beet army that the world Ua ever PPHn . ' 1 New Advertisements. in the Dissolution. JOHN B. FINRE and Thoma A. Lelar, haretotore oompfismji the Arm & finkeA Lelr n ih Ciothinu BuKineae, ux eDayton, Ohio, is dlSNolved. - flaNKBALKULER. j(prtl2, 1866. The nndersiRned. li ving diotvd with Jolrn B. Firk, will tiontiuue the Clolhi g Bufiness at tbw li uDii of Hi nk a A LfUr, on tiecoud r-truut, pHyton, Uh o, wh re he w II 1 happy to e his i4t tr ud( end as iukuv new onnn ita my favor him with e'aii. A (tnh uplv of gaotjs Just rene,vd. A pni 4, lova, nivmA) a. iii.uijiun. aUulwaw4 BOOT AND SHOE AND HAT AND CAP STORE " "" HO.IM MAI M BTUKE1'. 3. T. LIBiTZ A EON TTAVFI lust rooaivoii a lartre aH.ortineul of BOOTS .111 ana bllolM, Ha In and CAFn, winch thev oaa w.rrani to he esuai to any in the uarkei, at prloee le ' SUlt C.U.tOUlor.. ibeyaiaouiauuiacture" to order alt kinds el , LaJieg Cents & ChlldreUS Wear Of the best stookand at reaaonaU. prtoe. . ausau Medical. to be fovnd in rui.i, , m 1 ly- Oasiosi. fiUt it-ur.. Fever, .,. , Contention, and nftammalion ; He.t Tain, Rest pence al, ,h. ,Bl fmxt!, . aud iurl .umiHior. ayt rasoi no. 3-Owren 'ollc, , Teetlnn, rryia and vjktulnea, Maw Orowth, j anl 'nf"Jx-roinrrUm", of Chil lren or Adults, i.'lioiera jmaoium, and Fiiiuiiier Complaint... N BNo. 4 ud ( elul the wui.i uao of chionioliiarrhuia. , is. -l nres DyaeiHery, "'0 """" """" io. (i-( urea ( holern, ".''"m'"1"' ,nd Vuu""rlthm, 0 re ''K'f-cu'i'i'i'eoafB'si' Oclds.Hoarkoue.s, Urobilins, iLhuei,z.nJfc'oro lhrS"-.i;;rh wotatunl.iHand conui a. I . 8-S ure, l ooihaeho, i Faoeache, N. rvon. lnui-,and lie liol. rtua f), b. it ha-.ur d ihousande ot case., (fo.ir-t'ares llsadarkes, 8 ; n. B. i'n'ate'matVon'w In i.iir. Dip in'..,t in I.Mt. Crnty riii.ti.ms, Lr.Bipela., 'alu 11. au, liar ceived , Ut ,t.h ,,,'., nVt .. rn0 No. 15-Curee llheuinatlsm, j I : , , 1 j EuCCeSft ill Business. Ko hnaina.a ranhotml' nipeemftil which in not; foun.l.l ob a roal ft.'nfa of thing. The article made ' ,vld m,, havotni.inaie mom and annniy puhite j d .(..pi,,, boonly pproiitni).lDlhooDd.hutd-, Cfll. nrur ini I nw. wnpiniH mm. " Mil arli.-le enrtitioe a puMi. want end fiurlT tneela Ita rroaonntiin . xooct.tiono, It ,ucoee eed oonorM al"t on lam-rcly. qiiratii a of time, it may be retarded by a tver.e inflm-nee. or opod by prospering on1!'., i ni in tup on'i ii i miro in win ItllMI'nnar'a HOMK'PATHIO 8PF0IFITS hid th-ir rwniti a great public want- mclicines lor n.i tlio comiriin eiui'o ol onhmilocl life iMirtno that; Mhor. i,i.;lii'f DurKO. or lr:Tilor poiiI I a'way have tak - ormi.i r,.,t be n.a 'ein iho .ele.-iioa.ao t'arm'eM mat .ill ni'tll use them with implKiUv, nn-l no enVtont . .i . ... - 1 .1. r-. .. ,v.nv havep ovl. Uinni.-nJa or f.rmliee n. thorn daily lorall the a Inlen and e'.'linox-ee of Hf-, and rarely ,.,,., ,;, , , nei t ; , pi,y,-,M,. tiii ni, ink n inm. -.irie Hper-inr, i arepun-n Uim.oio.oiehrnnirdl.e.es Wch have been ihe hano of tl.e r llvva. and tiK.n which th-y hava spent ,,,,1, n TM;li n,p tho m llions who nee ih - m, noiw are fouud to question their puriiy orem-1 rHPnET (SPECIFIC eBnlMn, , , , ,,, of ,, Homeor.ih.o treaim.ni, without iia int i-a. urumoTiaiotv. 'they ar. pr.-p, r .1 1,, a ninr-ioian of over iw.nty roars I'ome'ialh'O experience ; l;y hive been tried In eypty conrtAit niflTirir, prin meT nve iien rn- rlnr.od wnd rwonimcniled In iti hiihot terms by : tnousan.i. no aauj uae mem, Willi at case In jronr house. ry SrVZ mhp., or i-'citl.l K.Tar, nr Whonpinx couh, or eteu Feier.Lj u.ing prevent. vae In iho ra.e. "T coreyour JKjJ ' r in iiBe."tr.n or w euiriK rno ne.i, or i.nm, .r Mos.lee, or Whoopinff-OiiUKli, or Scarlet ver, or Mpth 1.1,(111 Ilatl C.l.l.or Hoarwenope. or Hunning ot tho Pars and ' enfneefl. or even Scrofula, as thou a..nda have done and do daily. . Vou may euro roared! Of TTeedacho, We is stomach, or IndlKoatloa, or HltlioiianoNK, or aturrh, or a Had (Jold, or Hore Tlirnat, or Hoareeiie.!4, or T.iver Coni.laint, or Pile, or Oon.li):rtlon. or RhtmnMiam, or Hore or Weak Kj'ch. irs.lt Itheum, orK'dney Iliaoaae, orOaneral ll..i'l'ly, oi- even Anthmrf, wilh those Hpwinos Nor A rM l.hohavo ever Ini ona ofth. Fml y Cases of Hipih,fts' ri nij. .htH wou(t i1'" n' nines ita coat, ta bee than t auhoutlt. - FASIII.1l CASES. ...., f .. cm. or nrn- vmis, in uioroceo, ana noon oi . nX t ae oi 2U 1 ok visls, in morocco ami Book.... t. on i (" ''bZ'Z i Vt,a ,,, n, , tolw (n . 1 10 if,), and Book... I 25 list op ' " , lirjnPIIHF.Y'N SPF.CIFtO Homeopathio Remedies ! : -i.-.... woaV. Ai... .r ior:i..,..i mom ' l.iver UomnUii.t. ,r Bnioua clondidon. ivun, "'l&r" U No. i i- urea Siiuuroaeed .Tleueee. . or d-auty, or l'.,umi, or i ujnijj. Uietm b. No?Va-Curea i7u7eVri7a Waliics, boanog Down, too Pr fu-o M.n.n 20 10,.,3";,'f'5"r0!,p, a Hoarse Croup. Coiuh, Ilirliculi aud uupreaaed nrt.thmj ?. 25 ISO. 14-Curoa Nail Itneuin, lin,iiiii.i'-,wiiriiii...in 111, ouiih, ijn, orfcoi 25 No lfj-CnreiFefprana Afue, Intermumm Ktver, Lumb auucum invaemie ' Aglle-8... 60 , W1t iie a charm, both as a ireviit- Ueanacure . . . T";r u.r if Intprna) or Kl?ruiii, Blind or hlioamib Icaot or .ibttnat 1!! so 1 his remedy naa cured tnoui-audii of iha MXurc, phth,ml, Weak or ii.ttmuod Eyea or j:yli.i, tailing or 1 '' -,- 60 N. B It muy mIw.vh lie reh-fl upon mr aoure. ! N. ln-Cures Catarrh. Acnte or Chrome, Dryor Slowing Void in the Si,;;.- , ahon--niiiK and p.iliannji it,ora(.aauioiioi'ouh. " B iuiallifce, and always relieve and , cu,u- o.ei Cores Asthma, '. Opproaeed, Jiniiuult, Laooied Hroaih i g, couph ( VVrXJr ivo. e-t urei Ear nischariet. Woiauuu ileaj, iiuiaor.eU iloarmg, fegiauhe... CO K,B ji.ri3-Cnre.8croli.la, Enl.rsotl ulKoata, anu looaile, baeiiirg. and Old ftl,,;r;;d7h; o-;" M n4-eure. General Debllltr, rhHuu or Nsrvu. w. ttkufm- j -C Vr"Vw; repay, Flulii ArAiiiimttidoos, 111 get a with Hcau v Hm rlioiB. 1 80-Curee Mea Hickntjaa, j Wtrt ration. Vrt 1 1? o . i1- ni a. V ft tf?- urea I rlnary Uliioie, ' Gravel, henttl Ccim.iittionUorsJunuJ Uriimlion r N . B to rrta!! ol'tmoeH of KiU"ev I i . N gg-curee Herainal t:iuieelant invu umary 1'ii-chitrn a, ana comw.u-in 1'ros. ' atiou nnd DeUluy i oo N B It euid tivery form of Meiniiial Wntik. nees. and may flonfM miv tre rt etoe in aM phh-b urea Soro UottiU er bioms.cfl.ee euaaald VniDlMK of f,nant Ku.ies 60 At. o.a I ; I w. aa .. a. - 1 ri ii - i nr a at owe - , Vseli nrf ihe hea,tooi; rp4, ui, i mciui or bdU- mil Urtnttio M.. . II. I ntWVr I'lirH" No 31 "a Iatnfnl Tllenirnatloii, I'raHur, Cramp i r Hpubinri f JUiut,.ut.iiJM. id 1'i-iiation of Frmltis M en M. H 't a.- s like a cMrm. Nsj.3 t urea Muffvrtng at ( banvt iTTes-u'aritiea, flushes -.1 lirat, Pslpitatloo and even Lireie of the He rt 1 on ;M urei hipmein anat onvnliiloui KptlepMr or tallir-ciUMUtM t.horea ir at. Vi tus lene; Jerkinys, 'rwiifhipits Hvntoria 1 le H4-l'uresi llDlheriai. or UlcaraUd or wal gtAttut. More hi oat Tliew Heineaiee hy mail er Kipreit sXayWe aend these remedies, by the sirflle bos full esse, to any rxt or the uountry, by Hail or A.a !p-p' I 0lMll,e amount in auurrehiuol. or aumpa, hy oIosm the Hinouut in aourreni uul. or atumpa, liyalail. to our auiiro.a, at i N 661 Hrssdwayi Nsw Vsrk, and the Medicine will be duly returned by llailor fciprea., Ire ol ohar.e, For aale by alt the lea'lins Dealers In Medicine, throughout the couniry, and by W. W, B'l'EWAKT, Dayton, OUIa. All eornmumeat'ora horoaeor ahou'd be addreaaed, UUMI'UKlls1 Hi Kuinu lloiueapalnle Dl.alclna Cenpaay, eys 60 Broadway, New York. 25 BO u Combination Show. 1 f GREAT l.MOX lOMBLUTIM ! TEN SHOWS IN" ONE I --a.v ww u aimuoayiDg me fiurmDui wiwm. 01 i.kki Av,r, urnxNi Toa - other with a'ntndComp-ehenaiTe Menagerie, ! I ooneiaiisg m apooimona 01 j - j ?V7I.Xd ' Xllmala) I ; i Collected from the lAllr fliinplnra nf tlio filnfila 1 t I Ulil 4U(I Tlrl 3 Ul IHC WIUUC , . 1 I WilltxbiUtat . 13 J Y T O 1ST nOJDlf) Irl AT lt, 1863. .-'.'..l v3 Tloard of Olreotore : II. HOCflll, Baslneaa Maneffer. JOHN HoiiInkon, J at Kqnaatrian mrooior fl-'RR PRIOAT Milaieal I'irodor ,..H;i UK fAl-.lKU... till ''. ,f tin. j. uoiiH reour el the Cirque ISO!V, The doMilnt, hdliant and Indomitable Bqueatrian, f aud tarri iu or me Areni, known aa tho Nunpareil Flying Uoraomaa. f. lfjOSJ:-r Mr. John Wilson, Introducing a novel Acl D'Kquitatioa wilh a mam. momth Klk, which he will ride at full speod, leaping, bars, baloons, Ao.. CONTRABAND LOFIS, Oomioal specimen of-Jefl Davis' pet, now an Equee Iriao Pet o( Iho rublie. . , , . MR. IV'ILLI II DIITTO, The Antonioua ot the rtnttie, and great Someraault Champion Ridor. Tbe Great Conrad Ilrolbera, The nhamplnn Oymnaata of the world, a title and a olalm whiah (a unJl.pnlod by any olhor proleVaor of tha Olaa.ie and Uerouleaa Sporta fa their . wonderful feeta of Kqnee.. m JrvaAta . fliey aprfiaaa lha oti. ipation of the moat exacting imagination. THE FIVE OEIOIBAL CL0WM3 Are each particular Blara In' the Motley PmfMnlon. Theyconaiftof iho norid-wtdo Colebriuet J. L.DAVENPORT, T. COOK K, i. FAT, W. OON. BAD AND JOHN LIVVH.. . The Grand Cavalcade 1 I Will proT an outside feature of iurpniininir bril liRLi-e. The i?orpoijs OOLI'KN HWaN t'HARI T, ourtUiniBR Herr fndav'a i-lLV.R tjt.;NKT UAM, i will lad lite ran. followed bv a itlitterina trouoe ol I Cavaliera in vtiperh gold and niTor armor. Fairy ony ijiumuia. .nia uureMta, ana eianoraiaiy orna- f mented d 'ns ind Tans, containing the groai Zoologl TUB M0NSTKH KLKFHAST CLK0PATKA, Who will afterward bo Introduced in the Arena by ' . har Ustepar, lr..O.- W. Uodtre. 1 hit immense alliance eonsiatn of FIVE CIRCUSES, Fifty performer, Are original Clowns, twenty Hn eated Pooiets, six Promiere KquestnenneH, a Trity o.hoit-e Aoimal Oom ihaJaisim 4oo logical Pana, and dintinot Corps of Vnltignurii, Aorob,ita Hippo 4 ram uta, PaBiomimiata, Kqueriet, Ao. j THt Toxit X3xxejioxxi.'fcle Oomprlnefla mora atounbnt array of the erema i de la creme-of iho Iqu-ouLhHiruD, than baa ever i before tscen concentrated in anymoKle uterpriMin j the world, it proof .of which tlio following anexam pled array it present aa LEADERS OF THE COMBINATION! HAOtHOIIBUR PRAMCES, ...j. ..... The brilliant wire Iquipoisls,U ii , .4 '' MKSDAMEB) DA VUHPOHT CONRAD, Premiere Equestriennes of La Haute JScole. Petit, rra.ut.ee. rarla Kate, l.lttle Ale . aait Lb Jena, fcaalee, A Quartette of besutlfttl an graoeAil Sylphs. OPENING PKUFOItMANOF.. Oraceneaii the Circle, will consist of the' lollowirg atiraolive erta i 1. GRAND rcTIVrVLTttC BNTRK. 5. Itoubte Ponv Act, Contraband Louis, a. Qnat Uarrel and Tranoa Aet, Chss CyU- 4- JUsttfer riank's Iktublr Aot, D'KqmtionTft 1'ha Quadruple OlatkeH. Coorad Bron. 6 Luoy Hortrain, the wonder ill 'i'lii-k llfwTnrm a,. . 01' Li ,?Z '"".T IH'J:. - ., . v.. 11 tlsi OK UurttebNCH. W, tOUnd . tirand Four i. W V,LTn w ,,' "7.1 V,7u ai V.J . Bros. 15. Great Bare Back Aot, J. itobinaon.. 2 Brilliant Performances Eyary Afternoon and Niaht, at f and T Door oon an bout prevtoua. vranu inaiAga a- Sonuu w toriaiDUiwtii. Admission to tbe entire 1 1 hi bin on M eeets. Chtl drn6oaii, aladawtt IMay.' i . V Cjir iW 4 : i Amusements. 23 23 OKB L H A L L. T" II HATH IX. WRITER A KEN'T... ...Managers rffV IT 1 MiT I lPf Bi.I'PR (jliKAT JJuAjlAltli IKUllEi. Tn, Iho Aanlln Th.lUr. I. t lOlI'OH. Kontll-ll I, ho 1wiil hive th honor of nnpoa Ini befrvrfl lha c.tir.on, . for- short time only a m rr-s ' -w-r -r "i T T rn Jk-i -C-, Jk. X J. V" .1-1- J- . Grand Complimentary Benefit to mr.fcMIt. WF.AYEH V KMT, FMD4Y KVF.M-VC., Aritll. Wl" pretentotf, t a kroat oeftwinual Drama el . . JJ- Waiting IOX the VerCllCt. ing To oonolntfe with thFareo( Admimtton 1 rtijtt.Mid IrfM OirrfA. 50 cnt filisrT. 04?nti. lonm prvB ti Tf-ntwr'ninmnnl oomnimiM nt 0 oVlo'k. Box otfljo opn from 10 to rea.nrer. 7x7x7.1 B B O K H L Grand Vocal and Instrimcntal; ow - . i Tl'ESUAIf EVESIVtJ, MAY 3d. r The ImAj Vie'lnist, aeaiatoil hy tliafjllowlni eminea arnei. : MAD. ADPl.tvi arorra, Pr ma Donna; UKUB IMIDHKR LBIlMAN, pi 1 no Baritone from Ihe ttermaaOpiira; wri.nit.M oitiiHcjuurH. . , , . Puuiiat and Musieol pirrCtor- ADMISJSION....! - SOe; A Diagram of the Hall may be seen at Dubois a Thowiaa1, where aaate may be secured without ei.ra charge. a22n7 LUNG BAL8A1M The) Great Remedy FOR THR CURI 01 , CONSUMPTION ' AND ALL DIBKABRPOFTHK LUKOS. TIT R pBiilt( of Itt hk tn h prnnf of It grout thIu The irifdint-rT HKALINti PKUl'KhTl Km o this remrdTtflra cxpria(icd I y nil Ihtm who hfiv uu it. iheir le-umouy will wiountim pnniihi(,i which can e ha4 of ih AgtnU whet th fidtiiicJiwf ia lor tala. aCOUaH3 ami COLLS, liowtfrer dittrepulnf aia broken up in an tocr d ble horl lima by cDnf( a i speoino miiuenta on tha 1iiqkb m 'be maiur ani Dills? uin ara oak. v -patrieotorHtfl. PAIN 3 and hUhNKt8 of U:a CHERT are Juioklv raliered.by the trriiated irtn becomitiir henltti Coii Chilis and Niqht tiwaan bcoiiiir) una fruiatV t'h ol ed, by the strauath being reetered. 1 he tY,iiit II i rr is restored to atHiOD.aa ihe tHOjd tnKJomui pminiii. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM contains n opium in . any rrm It la perfacUy harm leas lor tie most di-li-oate child. I OONHUHPT1TES would do well to re4 his treatise oe di leaned Liinpn. 1 P11YHI0IAN8 who hare (ailed tocuttbir patients t should try this Medicine before they five the oaHeup.4 aa we know very many valuable liven have beenHavod by leiDfl lve-r-iiaded to eive it a trial. 4 WHsV.bl. AUll and et ALL LUKO BALSAM, and lt du othKr article be palmed upon you. ALLKN'B LUNU b A Lb A 11 is yiM up with great i ear, aod with fine steel engraved label, benriOK lite signature of the proprietor . - , D0NT forget that t ALLFM'8 LtTNO El A LHA M vilt biv p tM mott OVtv tVaMMe CVwyA It a Jew Aovr ''"" Many eaaea of CON'T'N, tlialwe cou-id-ered inrurab e, br cured here in this city. Call and set ian)phlat, end read the rn erknbU oures, whii eouviuoe you oi lha great lalue oi itiiat MA.tmtn, jiosi DrHPAIA because all -1 her remrdtf briTf fulled, but try the leinedy and you will not tedoctriv-1 eO. For aale by the Proprietors, t .. J.N. HAKUI8 A CO.. Cincinnati Ohio. PRICK Ml IXLLaK PKB BO'iTl.K. Hold by ' MftdieiLe Lealors ihrouuhoutttte city andeounirv. For aaie ov ur. w w . ntewart. jamea Arnev. n u. r Curnelt, and J. W. Dieirioh, Layton ; W. U.Scailcy. , QeriBaniown. IT IS A GOOD REMEDY TRY IT. THE D3 33 17 I 8TERNBKHQER & CO. ' ri A E. HTBRNBKBOB,(formerlyrt ilntMuinoas ii. ilotniaoiowa Montrfninery oo.inty, ihio,)aiia PUVilr HUIXIM41I, (formerly iiolne t'iilne-ai at,, amiaburg,) hava formed a oo-partntrwrup.anii are re eeivin a LARGE AM) STLLMHD STUCK; .or i READY MiDEt CLOTHING! -at' No. es Third Straet, , Betwtan the Po.totl oe an4 tint National Bank. We are daily receiving the best quality of rashloa- able Ht) les of . . . .-. .-. Sriux ttiZxtX Bumm.r , Ready Made ,' Clothing I Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ae., Ae., ". Ae. Merchant Tailoriny 1 1 Ooo ia will be made np to order tn the LATEST STYLES On short notice, an J --' WARRANTS i SATIS PAO TORY ' aVParticut r attention paid to Custom Woiic.V 117 aia k..r.auJ n Ba.ll un.Am at mt lenU one hundred peroeot Jor Ihna thres month ao. . Call end e a mine our goods. We will i ot be exrelled , by any house in tbe city. .. TOBAOOO. -ill For e eumivr of yetr 8 AE StfraberKer hsvel .Men enfrsgiMi in the i un:hai?eof LKAf Ti'UAOCO, tn tlie Ureal Mismi Vstley, and ihey will eominue to ' I'Uinhaae the arikileat th- hmhtut mm-ktt prt9. (.row- era are invited to cali a, thir Uioth-ujr H oone, No. WA I 1 ' bird M ei, between the Po-tomcetindthe Firt N. ttontl nsn, aa (nay ouer gaf uuiueemmra o aenors. f M IUK a aru t aaivkv aj m . tw aa vr Turnpike Road at Admin- istratot's Sale, , mil uadaralfraed. Admlaialealor of th cstatft .f X L.eyi ooujier, win aeu, u SA TJJEt DAY, MA Yi, A D 1 864, At puhlio sale, st the hourof two o'clock, P M of si day, at Ihe Court Hutu., la the elty ef Uavlou, Oh aid Ohio, THE K0RTU MIAMI TIBXPIII ROAD, It being UK miles in length, leading north from lite city nf I aUD, aud rurjninr oe the fat aide ot tlie ' Mtanii river, ana lUMratM HiiH tn i iniinintie, ariiie and Tcof 1 urupike ruads belog tor uiaeiy years ihe uneipired tune to take toll. Th Is a ijiiu ud uaiiie htr aa aventment ol oapittJ. Ibis ia one of the beat got, at his taw otfloe. . (llMia iu aviisaw, v a I ASJSi, mjuua ji as. as. aJSM' JOHN b bOOHKK. I aJBBWw y Adimiutvimw.