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HOOP SKIRTS.
ISAAC J. FRANK,
Manufacturer of and Dealer la
HOOP SKIRTS
AND CORSETS,
No. 139 Superior street, ander
Johnson House.
Always oa hand aa .ttcnMvs eMorlm.nt of
atylM aad pattern,. Wholesale dealerc caa
suppled at fee then New Fork Birkl rate. .
AW Skim made to order oa ilirtl noli.-.
Byl:13
SPECIAL NOTICES.
tfna Proprietor of t Sew York Hqkdb or iut
:mbv h&va determinJ. reEardleae of UDeui. to
IM free (for the hentiit of suffering unmauii y,
DDDrwiiOB of quackery) four of their stoat tiitr-
sling and Instructive
I la IiiaBaillictDU. N
NUai ud Instructive Lectures MftrrUcet
ty, Pramatare decline of M to, hood, IndigGsttoa,
y and Manly Power ; tin fire Bocta! Xril,
thoae M&ifeUM wtucn reran iroa yovt&roi ioium,
uohm 01 liMvuy, iu ignorance 01 rnysuMog
aad Uwi of nature.
The InTnlnabl Lectnrea have btti tbe means
fenligntettitic and ft lug thsaade, and will
orwmroM rree, on receipt or soar stamps, vj
treating SKCBETABk', New Tork Moiaob
Anatomy and MedlciBe, $16 Broadway, hew Tork.
0FOB MOSK THAN TWENTY
yomra MATHKWS VKSITIAN HAIR DYE has
atood tbe tact of trial, and Is cooitoxiUy insrair.t
la DDbUC ravor.
THK TKKKTIAH HAIB DTI U the beat
okaapatt made, Ita price la oniy 76 cents, ami each
Dottle contains doable tha quantity of dye In those
m-maiiy aot ror si.
THK HAIB DYE U meuafavcttred by a peculiar
arooaaa, which raodera It tnnnitely aaperior te aay
dye ln market. Being complete m odc come, bo
proparattoa la required, which really aiiaplaa
the application.
II CHINS THTfl DTI Ton old that nr-TT.
mad ftppecraaoe by which dytd-bair and whui:srs
nreeo readily reooiiis.ed, whd an Inferior arcie
has been ased, aa it prodooa a perfectly nat ai
color of any shade that is required, from a cfa
Drown to a jetty, lnstroasbla-k, thtt will not aH
crock or stain the clot hi or. luvest 75 cents, ad
yon will be convinced.' fkiid by all Prnggiata and
Fancy eoods Dealers.
A. I. MATHIWS. Uannfactnrer. H. T.
DEM AS BABftii A CO., Hew Tork, Wholaate
AgenU. aepl6:K
hv5 ii &RRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
An Beany of Warning and Instruction for Tonne;
Man. AJ.o, iKseaees ana Abates wnico pro9irie
the Tital pswers. who sore nuoi 01 rui- rr
free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Addroas
Dr. J. BBILLIN HOtJOaTOX, Howard Aasocia-
tlop, fblladglpbla. Fa. may iu 3J8
UUNKEWELL'S
ZLECTIC I Th. eUiau lor this Tilted Tamil?
" . P1U re bryond that of any otber in
PILLS. I an. A teat of them will not ooir
prore tola, bot the greater error of
OrlPing which haa heretofore fteeo caned Character.
The Eliptir nil! Dover require orcr two, ana wu
doat bat one for the doee. act on tbe bowela with
oat tne tligbeit rriplnit, a point of the (reateat im
port aace, parucularlj in
Chronic Constipation,
for which take a Single Till every, or erey other
mghc. Tkej never produce debility aad care ln-
atgeetlon, ifyepepaia, ueaa .cm, Hivmmnm mam-y
Complalate, Ftlee, Worm., Low of, or Imparttlee
of the Blood, Loaf of Appetite, ana all uwange
Bentfl of Boweat or Stomoeh.
M-Sold by aU WbuteeaJe and Betafl dealer, la
eat etna.
JOEV L. HUNNEWrLL, Proprietor,
' Practical Chemlit,
drcl:dw:eom Oommercjal Wharf Boeton. Maal
aT-XHS GBEAT HEW ENGLAUD
BEIIDT. Dr. I. W. Poland! WhiU Pine Com
oaad, (a new offered to tha afflkted throughout
the eoontry, jfter Bariog ben proved by tbe teat
f eieeea yean, la th. New England Sutea, where
Ita nerlta bare become a well known at tbe tree
from which. In part, H derive. It, virtue,. The
fThite Pin. Compound core. Sore Throat, Coldi.
Oomgba, Dlarheria, Bromckttl,, Spitting of Blood,
aad Pulmonary Affection, generally. - It U a re-
ufata Taemedv for Kldnev ComoUlnt,. TIabe-
te,, SiOcalty of Voiding Orine, Bleeding from the
Kidney, and Ulaooer, uravei, ana otaer wm
UinU. Oil it a trial If yon would lear? iU vlo cf a
good and tried Medicine. It la pi v--.'". d
ure.
Sold by Druggiati and Dealer, c.j ae-
nily.
0X0. W. SWKTT at. D , Proprietor.
boaton, Mae,. I
BINTON, HTEItS A CANPIELD, And 8TB0MQ
A ABMSTB0H3, Agentl. JanM BlO-w
paT-THE BRIDAL CHAMBER. An
amy of Warning and InMraetioa for Young Men.
AIM, aew and reliable treatment fr DUeeM of
the Drlnary aad Sexual Syitema. Sent free ia
sealed onvelopea. Addraai Dr. J, Sklllin Houghton,
Howard Aeaoctetion, Philadelphia, Pa. my e Be.
MEDICAL.
'""Sr'iiSjp1
1
DOLLIBS VEISICm I
SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
OK SPIBMlTTOBRHOtA, GLEET, .C
Ak
fapoteaoj Csr8d,
APTEB ALL CTHKB TBEATMEVT FAILS.
DftU A. GIBSON,
Forawrlyef Hew Yerk City, will pay one bundled
doliars lor the proof that heevernul. to cure the above
nraof thatanr other Phreiciauln tim batted stalee
areata the aame diaeaera with eqaal auccem.
After maiir year, oi lehorioai rtudy and experience
Dr ftibraa whepey m being able to announce to the
nnlortunau, that hehaeperfeoted a aystem of troat-
""Sh. iPEEDT AHDEBMAHIST OTJBB
of the above, and alao all ocnteeioaa dienaaea of lbs
Beproduettve Orrana, with all bad eaects arlajig
Ihalafii-U. Ududlng Oensral -
DKBILITT OB NEBVOC8 PBOSTBaTIOH.
leltaaraoeeded in can tut eaateln tht, dry, some 01
whom ba.1 exeenaed handrede of dollars with ntf
atrled phralciana, who profee. to tro- all mivau
paladlaa with taceeaa, and without (ecetrloa the
bsit .irti-li of beoeUt. ,
Ti. Oibejo duel not boaat that be Is a menLer J
aomeOolkiU In Loudon or Ferie, aaperhapi aouw
othendo tor the purpoaoaf onanarins the Inataiajt,
aad who held out greet expectatlona, never to he
leanaed. Batwhat Dr.O.aUhtboaatof la toll, tha
he to able te five entire aaoatactioa to thoae who re
pose eonadeaoe In hi, ability and Integrity, and thai
na haa perfected an Amertcaa tyKem of treatiaeal
which chaUencea any Phyeiclea ot London or larla,
or any patent mediae, to euual for tbe radk-elcnre
ot aeaJnal weakneai, anj all dta-aam or dere&ae
maat, both mental and pnyetcal, arlaing from aaxa
ae or secret abaee.
Dr. Gibeon aleo euUm, for hi, new treatment tha
toUowing advantage, aver all other, yet diecevered.
And, ant, the agents used are In no reiiwcta die
agreeable: boom no rehceof the dark asst. eooh aa
Mercury, or any other deleterious drag ; secondly,
no reetrtettou in diet or buetuent k naaired ; third,
kwliealiiHint lapnaitlT, anrt eertain in ell rum He
stands prepared to go Into any pnbllc or prtrata
Me WIU PMI WW .mm
fcoii Ln the C
DIWB win ii., mmv '
Btovtea, 1
imauaas ar-MrtAHti at ku nee treatment, airer ant
other now known In the world. In notnt of ivrtmp.
Bjaas, nermaxieM tuionam, sajei
tj and oonraueao
so tne saoes.
Dr. Oibaon Is MrnaziWaiy Vocatod ln Oevelaaid,
and baa aarlnx i past le rears perionnea manj
ores of diseases which had for years resisted all
other sjaodes ot treatment. References can be srtToa
to tndtTiduais of the first respectabiiltr tn CtoTeland,
Boston, Mew York and other cltiea. In recard to skOI
and brterrfty In aU nrofeaaiona. traasactiona. Dyv
Mtsam. luhenaiatiam, Scrorala, all rtiaeowes of the
Lnnarr Ogaaa, and all Chronic Dueaet treated
mrVvri mil mntss-inr I
myrUMiaum sent to nay pari of tha country, on
inoalpt of ton doliata.
Dr. Otbaon'a naw work on Physiology for tale at
hmomNoa,
Pnuirtsson or KLBcrnoraTaT in at-Mcon.
Ofloe in Seneca atreet, a tew doors from Superior,
stkLts, opposite City Bote!
J-rTjQce hoars from ftolt andfromS to 5 o'clock
Daftr (8npdTS exreTtertV
jan I?
FURNISHING GOODS.
SHIRT FACTORY
L. A. KEPPxER:
MannEactnrar off
FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS,
And Dealer In
Men's Fornlsblng: Goods 1
10. 41 PJlKK BFIIDIKG.
Pablie ftaskr. Between ' Cenrt
Hosae ud rbatrrm.
Costine SnlrU Made to Order.
CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOT DS-
J LAT In aendins; in their orders. By attend
taf to this BUKetion they will prevent hurry and
mwcUiar. ulS rverTthinr will be more aatiafacto-
r. Onutdo awaioniera ahomld hear ia mind that
they can meaeare themeelvea and sendordara for
Shlrta at whatwrer distance from Cleveland. Send
tow n drcniar (.ring fr" - tev tor measure-
meat, ae. r--n,
AGRICULTURAL.
A TTIXII0S ! riSSIKS CAKD
X.BEBS. The BEST and CHEAPEST PLOWS
eoldin this auraes aretboae maauiacturea ny
- YoaigloTe, Kbssj A Ca. ,
For sale ia great variety at
TBI CLeTKLAJTO AGRICrLTTJBAL W0BKS.
atar3l:3afi Mo. S9 Oe.tr. nreet.
CFLTITaIDRS 151 8H0TEL PLOWS
maaatataw heat mutner, and vllh STEEL
TEETH, of the most asararad fn, -Manafhctmredacdforaaleby
TooBgloTe, Isusfj t Con
EerVl 5iS Ko. S9 Cestra street-
TKOJ eitBIK K0LLEES.
X One of theee Taluabie Implement, should be
owned by every person haTiatr a la a to keen ln
order.aM ey .Tery iiSIUL.Aa. . ; T
Made and aold by . ,.;!;--
loonsloTe. Kisser t Co..
PronrletonofhrkvaUml Agrloultarai Work,,
ntarsiscx - -
THK BEST M0WI5S XlCBISm,
H0BSI BACKS, HAI F0EKJ, and aa
ether Agricultural lmflisuitita -ary aracte afttg
mar?! ?e r - - Hf . tTfirr'ili4C
N
iw miti tr.i.cms iui
mml - . CwataJaf
DAILY LEADER
ae- Tot Morning Edition Hews
outside.
g- For Kve nlng Edition Hews see
Inside.
" FKIDAY, AlAY 11. 1866.
CITY NEWS.
Every fecilitv for a Business Education
furnished at Br rant Strattou's C-Uege.
tm-
ud
and
Thi Oak LiiP. Tho befculiful schooner
Oak Leaf, launched a few weeks since from
the yard of A. M. Teck i Co.,loaded Wednes
day for Chicago. There is no finer craft on
the lakes than this neat littlo topas
schooner.
j
bo
of
Passaic The Passaic, CapL Mitchell,
the Erie Railway Steamboat Line, arrived
yesterday morning with a fall load of freight
and passengers for this point and Toledo.
She lift for Toledo last night
Chicago. The propeller Chicago, of the
New Tork Central Line, advertised to leare
for Chicago Wednesday night, was delayed,
She left yesterday morning on her first trip
this season.
Brsuiss Mrx Wasif.d To locate per
masently in numerous cities and towns in
each Stato of the Union, to introduce and
superintend the sale of our subscription
Publications. Apply, vrith references, to
R. H. Curran, at the " Sartain Galrery of
Art," 2i Moeument Square.
BaErtTTrD. We are giad to learn that
the rank of Brevet Brigadier General bas
been conferred on Colonel Barnett, of this
city, by the War Department The artil
lery of tbe State was distinguished for gal
lant services during the entire war and
much of its efficiency was due to the ability
and energy of Colonol Barnett Tbe hon
orary rank could not hare been more
worthily bestowed-
Tb Potato Team. Every steamer from
Detroit brings a large freight cargo of pota
toes, and every sail resscl brings more or
less of the same necessary vegetable. They
are mostly sent into the interior of the
State and to Western Pennsylvania and
distributed among the destitute towns.
Tha Toledo Walt says that there were
llj&iS bushels of potatoes shipped from To
ledo to Cleveland, last week. And 61350 I
bushela have been shipped to that place
from Toledo since the first of January.
Tl Iixmoh. The Illinois, Capt Sweet,
left tha dock of Petlitt t Holland last night
on her first trip of tha season, for Lake Su
perior and intermediate point. She ia
low-pressure siae wheel steamer, and was
formerly considered the finest boat of the
Line. Her new owners hava refitted -tier
throughout, to that now she is in better
condition than ever before. Her machinery
is new, and of the best and most approved
pattern. The bedding is all new, and the
entire boat haa been repainted; Captain
Sweet if well known in the city as the pop
ular Captain of tbe North Star for several
years.
CLOTHINC.
Oio. A. Datk,
P FIX OTTO,
Cferrfaauf.
Urw rr.
ESTABLISHED A. O., IS 47.
Davis, Peixotto & Co.,
liarjofactorcrs and Jobbers of all qualities nd
styles of
READY MADE CLOTfflXC,
Corner of Superior & Water fits.,
ri.EYKI.AXD, O.,
CfftiT for ths fiprf na; and Snnmcr Season a large a d
wcu aMurua svociv 01 men and ttoy's
CLOTHING.
These Goods are made expressly ftron? Tradaaad
in oiyie, sinisnana n ornniansoip are
Equal to the Best Custom Work
A choice selection of
cents' FCRNismxeieooos,
Bucii as Inder Garments
fasslmere and Flannel Shirts,
Paper Collars, ic., 4c.
Poasesflnt the beneflt of an Eastern connection.
we are enabled to offer superior Inducements to
purchasers of Beady Hade Clothing.
Aeariy twenty years expmnce in western
trade. trWee ns nnnsnal qualifications to sapptv
the wants of Country Merchants.
Our old friends and purchasers generally are
cordially iuTited to ill.
DAVIS, PEIXOTTO & CO.,
Cor. WaUr and Superior sts.t and No. 5 Water it.
aria
RECEITIX6 DULY The latest
style, of Porein and Domestic, and Harris'
beet Fancy Caasimeres, imported Clothe and Doe
kin, of the finest manufacture, at regular mar
ket price,, to be had at S. M ANN'S,
mant ita ana iw enperior ,treet.
FIIE CI.OTIIIING!
Men's Youths'; Boys' Wear !
Manufactured
of the best material and latest
patterns for
SPRING & SUMMER.
Large assortment of
SPNINC OVERCOATS!
Gouts' Furnishing Goods!
' Late and N0BBT 8TTLI3 of
HATS AND CAPS!
J0ST BSCEITED,
And wi'J la sold at a moderate advance from ect.
wire u a call.
GEO. . FA.IBCI1II.D,
10S HOFFMAN BLOCX,
' Eul Side Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio.
marSl
TCST BECEITED.-ColdsEilta's En-
J aniel Paper Collars, Kagle Molded Enamel
Paper Collar, Hathaway Oarrotte Enamel Paper
Collar,, Embroidered Enamel Paper Collar,, Mar
seilles Paper Collar., Meoeeeolt Paper Collars,
I. X. L. Paper Co I tare, to be had in aoy quantity
and at leweet prices, at 8. MANN'S.
OPglXe CLOTHING. Onr stock of
kj Spriar Cloth (or is now complete, and la daily
recall in new additions..
Fancy Caaainure Pants and Tests,
Fancy Caaaimere Coats to match.
Fancy Cassimere Spring Orercoals,
linen Coau, Dusters and Pants,
to be bad at the present low prices nt
IKrZa B. RR.1 9.
TONSORIAL.
LONG HUMAN HAIR.
FRESH IMPOttTATIOX.
WIT. DAT HAS REMOVED TO 102
PUBLIC JaQUABB.MR. WILLIAM DAT
baTipt Just axrtTed from Europe, would in
form tbe Ladies and public generally, that ha has
now open for Inspection the largest and most com
pute atock of HTM AH HAIB GOODieTer offered
to them la Cleveland. Bandaome Lons; Hair,
broufrbt especiauy fox tha manutacturins; of
Act Ladies will do well to examine this beantifoi
Hafr oalare parchaatns; aMbrsrhere. '
K. B. Many vary pretty Brad Dream brourht
direct (ram Paris the very latest mshten new
deaifns m Ooits, Twists, Paws, lc.) Any of the
above Bead Dreaaea, aU of a4ch ran be made oat
ot 8 wi ernes aad Braids wrtawnt injury to either,
mar Ladsas Hair reasln a LI the latest and
moat T-T.i l.ttir TtTlavy " : ' ... - mn-.r'l!)
O01TLI8 & C0..aTetBeMfB!erT,
V aba material, and th snea, tod tha tnwt
Watch Work of any shop ia KTland. Wedtry
9n-pe4tton .In that- iin. Try ns with amy Jh
in thnM line, nvufl IT oar baasti are tdto. - nrrS
mtETB BSU6HE8, ge6 Balitr, and
1 lelisleatllenttiW ' .
j t--. - - Obcsohiil bbboteib,
. ISMB . fir (fists IM Oaterkw st.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Yesterday Afternoon's Report
THE INDIANS.
Terrible Slaughter at Fort Grant
A Thousand Soldiers Massacred by
Two Thousand Indians.
General Terry Nominated
for
Senator In Connecticut.
A Riot In the City of Baltimore.
of
Negroes Attacking the White?
New Gold Diggings in New West
minster.
Cattle Plague In Washington.
General News.
Concluded.
New York, May 10. The Tribune's
special cays that the arguments in the
cases of the John 1). Daniels' Madiera
goods return and the Constartia, which have
been in litigation for nearly hfly years,
were concluded to-aay before trie mixed
Commission under the eonyention'between
the United States and New Granada, Sir
Frederick Bruce sitting as umpire. These
cases involve in the whole $700,000. Only
one-half of this amount is claimed for New
Granada, the ether half haying been here
tofore recognizod by Ecuador and Venezue
la. The decision will be rendered within
ight days.
Elected.
PaovinEitrg, B. I., May . Thomas A,
Dovle, Independent candidate, was to-day
elected Mayor of this city by a majority of
14. Tne City council was elected chiefly
on local issues without reference to politi
cal questions.
Congressional Caucus.
New Hattx, Coitx., May . At tbe Re
publican caucus to-night seven informal
ballots were taken lor a congressional can-
dato. 1 be nrst ballot atood : - t oster 65.
Governor Buckingham 5j ; Terry 21. The
last ballot steod: Foster 65, Buckingham
1 Terry 69. General Orris S. Terry was
then nominated.
Man Shot.
BiLTiMonr, May 10. A man named John
Price shot another, named Clinton Jones.
last night, in the American Theatre, corner
of Baltimore and Calvert streets. Jones
died at midnight. He was a second in the
recent prize fight.
Returned Home.
Troops returned home to-day and made a
handsome appearance whilst passing
through the Western section of the city.
A con diet occurred between some of the
colored people following the soldiers and a
number of whites. Blows were exchanged
and fire arms are reported to have been
used and one or two parties wounded.
From San Francisco.
Sax FBAsncco, May 6. A special mes
senger arrived yesterday at Ban Angelos,
bringing a dispatch from the commander of
Fort Grant to General Mason, announcing
that Fort Goodwin, Arizona had been'taken
by 2,000 Indians, and that the garrison,
numbering 1,124 men, 'was massacred, with
one exception, and the fort burned. The
man who escaped was out hunting at the
time and witnessed the commotion from a
distance. He aaw the fort burning and
heard the firing of guns during the fight,
which lasted nearly an hour. It is sup
posed that the Indians eained admission to
the fort under a pretext of entering into
a treaty of peace, which General Mason bad
instructed the commander of the fort to
make.
Sax Fsascisco, May' B The roads in the
interior are now passible, and large quanti
ties of freight have been forwarded. A let
ter, dated Marcippa Wells, Arizona, states
that Brevet Major Charles F. Mailer, Cap
tain Company B. 14th Infantry, and Sur
geon Tappan, U. S. A., were fired on by
Apaches at Cottonwood Springs. The for
mer was killed and the latter badlv wound.
ed. '
Mining shares are firmer. Yellow Jacket
S ; Alpha 320; Challor Potoai 324,
A despatch received vesterdav from New
Westminister, reports that new gold dig-
tings, paying nine dollars per pan, have
een struck on Clemens Creek, near Big
Bend mines. Hundreds of boats are going
up the Columbia river laden with miners
and provisions. It is rumored that the
United States Soldiers at Fort Colville have
deserted and gone to the mines. ta ine their
arms with them.
The Charter election In Yireinia Citv re
sulted in tbe success of the Union ticket.
The Charier election at Stockton also result
ed in the success of the Union ticket at that
nrr
"IN
X
will
on
the
Convention.
CiscisSATt, May 10 A convention of the
non-Episcopal Methodist Churches assem-
Dieain tnis city yesterday to discuss and
effect a basis of union. Delegates represent
ing nearly every church in the Northern
States were present. The couvention will
probably last several days.
Railroad Suit.
and Indianapolis i Cincinnati Railroad
companies for alleged breach of contract,
commenced yesterday before the Superior j
Court. The damagea claimed are $1,500,000. :
Prominent lawyers are en paired on both
sides.
The City Solicitor has entered suits
against several of the street railroad com
panies for charging higher rates of fare
than their contracts allow.
Da.
South American News.
Niw Yosk, May 10. The Herald's Val
paraiso correspondent says that the Span
iards nave received an addition to tneir
squadron of one screw frigate of sixty guns,
two corvettes and one transport, the latter
bringing a large supply ot clothing and
ordnance stores. They also had in tbe
squadron 1,500 marines for shore duty. t
The English residents of Santiago con
firmed tbe resolutions of thoae ol Valprratso
against the conduct of the Engliah Admiral
in not preventing tne bombardment.
Tnerrencn resiatents put m a claim lor
their losses.
The report of the Spanish Admiral is
published, in which he says that Commo
dore Rogers, after his efforts for peaceable
settlement ol ditticuities were thwarted by
Chili, commended the action aa right and
said that moderation and dignity were on
the side of Spain.
The tngltsn Admiral said that tbe in
sult offered by the Chilians in proposing
a naval combat was 6uu,cient justification
of the bombardment.
The Spanish Admiral also aavs that the
Chilian government was opposed to the re
moval of foreigners property.
The world s special says that tne House
Bank Committee are preparing a bill in
tended to remedy the defects in the Na
tional Banking law. It will also provide
for the equalisation of currency among the
States.
The Times' special says: The citizens of
Columbia, B. C., have appointed a com
mittee to ascertain whether Sherman or
Hampton set fire to that city.
Horace Rublee, Esq., of Wisconsin, has
been nominated by the President aa United
States Consul to Rotterdam.
Mr. Rubles is editor of the Madison, Wis.,
Journal.
The Herald's special says it is confident! v
expected that the business of Congress will
be cleared up so that the adjournment will
road
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Seizure of a British Schooner by the
Fenians.
10. -
of the British Schooner Wentworth, from
Windsor to this port, reports that on the 2d
inst. his vessel was seized off Grand Mien
by a party of sixty men, under command
of Colonel Celley, who aaid they were Fe
nians. They scuttled the fishing craft they
were id, and alter keeping possession of the
Wantworth about four hours, landed at a
placed Brady's Mistake. They acted in a
very orderly manner, doing no damage to
the vessel or crew. After they left Captain
McBlane assnmed command and proceeded
on his voyage.
.
Washington News.
From Louisiana..
Kgw OaxsAira, May 9. Private circles are
severe en 8herirlnn's report to the Recon
struction Committee, and aay the charge of
quarrelsomeness among themselves is ridi
culous. Northern capital ia invited and
TiOt troubled.
Texas advices report the cotton crop
Ut
Pension Decision.
Yobk, May 10. The Tribune's spec
ial says that the Committee on Pensions
have decided that in the filing of claims for
pensions, the last clause of the ta section
. the supplementary pension ct of July,
1S51, provides that in every case in which
a claim for pension h as been filed more than
three years after the discharge or decease of
ue party ou wnoae account us claim is
roaaa. mo pension, u aiiowa, mail torn
mso.ee from th date of tht last paper.
tar,
the
sal
we
,
"
tt.v. .riBan in which minor
children, after the death or re-marriae of
the widow wiinoui naving rti. ry
sion, have filed A claim more than three
ears after the death of th father. The
Commissioner decides that in all such cases
the law does not applyroviaea an appli
cation made within the prescribed time by
the widow, waa already hloding ; but the
claim of minor children must be made
within three years from the date of the
widows death r re-marriage, to be exempt
from the operation ol tne limiting statute.
The Merchants National Bank.
Further investigation into the affairs of
the Merchants National nan it, snows mi
complete rottenness of the concern. It has
alreadr transpired that in addition to the
government losses already published, there
were t.'iu.uuu depositee ny i. ) diodds,
the disbursing clerk of the Treasury De
partment. The indications are that the
wreck is complete, and the depositors will
get little or notbing.
The New York Collectorship.
The Senate Committee on Commerce
take final action to-morrow on the ease of
Mr. Smvthe, Collector for New York. There
is no doubt but that a favorable report will
be made in this case.
The Herald'a Bpecial says unfavorable
comment is excited here by the fact ol
Paymasters and others having such large
sums of money deposited in the banks to
their own credit, and on which they an
doubtedly receive interest or "doucers'
in some way, while government is paying a
high rate of interest on the aame money, ob
tained by loans and otherwise. Several
millions are reported to be thus on deposit
in this city at one bank almost within a
atone s throw lrom the vaults
Cattle Plague.
Well informed persons in regard to the
matter assert tbat not lass tban ov cows in
this district and vicinity have died durine
the last six months from the disease known
aa the cattle plague, and many dairymen
have been compelled to abandon their busi
ness owine to the treat mortalitv amonff
their stock. The disease, it is alleged, was
introduced here from Pennsylvania. The
same authority also states that the preval-
ESlJmtE.
being incurable, the cattle are killed as soon
as attacked and sold to unsuspecting citi-
xsns.
False Ramor.
Wa9bikoton. Mav 10. The telegram
from Harrisburff that SecretArv Rawer,!
rg-JlSX:
waa in Washington yesterday and is to-day
tne state department aa usual.
Doings in Congress.
The House Election Committee is likely
ueciue in invor 01 r uuers neat to Aiaw
son's seat from Pennsylvania.
The Senate Finance Committee have about
agreed to report Sherman's loan bill.
DRY GOODS.
PAPER COLLARS.
50,000 GOLDSMITH'S
Prespiratlon Proof Enamelled Collars
Jnst received at
M. BALIS k CO.'S
sp25 117 WatT Street.
NEW GOODS!
efiut received by
Bailey Bros
101 MONTH EST SQUARE.
Jnt opened large) inrctre
DRESS COODS,
ORCANDIES,
SILKS,
tun
French Cambrics!
Also a new acd choice assortment of
Sun Umbrellas & Parasols !
BAILEY. BROTHERS,
lot Monnmeut fiqnare, near P. 0.
ap-g-dtriAW
FOR SALE.
SALE OF
Railroad & Turnpike Hocks.
trt or ra. Commissions,, of Sixkivo Fpnd, 1
Coir jibvi. Ohio, April 1, 1868. f
PURSUANCE OP A JOINT
Beeolntion of the General Assemble nf te.
ef Ohio, paaaed April 6,1km, eealed bid.
be received at this office antil 12 o'olock noon,
the lat day of Jane, 1866, for all er any part of
atock owned by the State la the following
Tornpit? and Hail road Companies, at which time
bids will be opened and the coatracta of sale
awarded iu caee tbe Commia.ioncre approve tbe
aame, and the Governor anall give his consent
thereto In writing, viz :
Am't of Stock.
Sandusky, Dayton A Cincinnati Bail
road Co 139 5 son aa
Sandusky, Mansfield A Newark Bail
road Co . 11,666 55
Batavia A Union Bridge Turnpike Co... 30,250 00
Cincinnati, Cotnmbu. A Wooeter Turn-
ite uo 75,800 00
.cinnatl A Hamilton Tnrnoike Co. 44.ft.1o no
Cincinnati A Barriaon Tnrnnike Ca iw n.r.n m
Cincinnati A Xenia Turnpike Oe-. 103,660 0U
"ii"u.i v.iu.u. Diwsiiii, xnrnpiae
85,775 47
31 ,400 09
49,410 00
65,450 00
66,JOO 00
49,472 00
49,925 00
53,450 00
Dajtoa A Covington Turnpike Co...
uayion a Leoanon Turnpike GoM
Dayton A Springfield Turnpike Co
ton A Western Turnpike Co
Hamilton A Seville, Darrtown, Ox.
iora e; , air uaven Turnpike uo..
Hamilton. Somerville A Eaton Turn-
llpike Co
Bamiltoa,Springfleld A Carthage Tem
pi ae t.o , ,,, , ,,
The bids shonld be endorsed " Proaatalm far Ra.
itJc,,, Tvrapii-e Worlb." as tbe case' mav be.
, J AS. H. GODM tf. President.
WM. HINRY SMITH, Secretary.
W. H. WKST. Att'y Oen'l,
ap27:31S Commissionf rs of the Sinking Fund.
SEWKB PIPE. I have on hand a large
assortment of the best quality of 8IWK&
PS, which I offer to tbe trade at tha lowest
market rates.
Call and we it at ny Coal Yard on Can at. foot
Vineyard street.
fgJH K. H . HAMMOND.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
OF THS
American Watches,
; made at Waltham, Mass.
CONSEQUENCE OF THE BE
CENT great decline in gold and silver and all
materials used in the manufacture of oar goods
In anticipation of a still farther decline, w,
reduced our prices to as low a point as they
b, placed
Witn old at Par.
that no one need hesitate to bay a watch aov
tha expectation that it will be cheaper at
soma fntnra time. The test of tea years aad the
manufacture and sala of
, More than 200,000 Watebea
given our productions the very highest rank
among time-keepers. Commencing with the de
termination to make only thoroughly axoellant
watches, our business haa steadily increased as the
pabllc became acquainted with their valae, antil,
month, together, we have been aaabla tona
ply the demand. We have repeattdly enlarged onr
factory buildings until they new cover over three
acre, of gronnd, and give accommodation to nor,
eight hundred workmen.
We are fully justified in stating that wa now
MORI THAN OKI-HALF OF ALL THK
WATCHES SOLD IN THK UNITED STATES,
he different grades are diatingniahed by the fol
lowing trade-mark, engraved oa ths plate:
1. " American Watch Co.," Waltham, ataas.
2. "Appleton, Tracy A Co.," Waltham, Mm.
3. " P. S. Bertlett," Waltham, Mas,. .
4. "fa. Ellery."
5. OCB LADIES' WATCH of first fnality is
',' i named "Appleton, Tracy A Co.," Wal
: them, Haas.
6. Our next quality of Ladies' Watches is named
. " P. S. Bartlett," Wal thorn, Kaaa. Thee,
watches are furnUhod in a great variety nf
. sizes snd style, of cases.
The American Watch Co., of W.Khaso, Mass.,
authorize us to state that without distinction of
-marks or price,
All tbe Prssdncfa of their Factory are
; fully Warranted.
be the bsst time-keepers of their claw aver
made ia this or say other country. Buy era should
remember that unlike the guarantee of a foreign
saakar who can never be reached, this waranteejs
gocd at aU time, against tha company or their
.and that if after the most thoronga trial,
watch should prove defective ia anypartaso.
K may always bs exchanged for another. Aa
American Watches Bade at Waltham. as las
fey dealers generally throughout the coonlry,
Ao vet solicit order, for single watches.
CAUTION. The public are cautioned to lj
only of respectable dealer,. AU person selling
eonnt'rfrits will be prcrcnted. . ....
i B0BSI5S A APFLSI05.
Agents fcr the Amertcaa Watch Company,
naylfcBlO-INtW 183 Erjadway, Wlyt
I
J.
One
New
E.
9-1
10-1
It
these
A
kind.,
apt
In
early
Skirt
IX
with
on
.
KJ
Scotch
At
Wool,
Call
Ifew
DRY GOODS.
E. GRISWOLD & Co.
. K. GRISWOLD & CO.,
aiT Superior Street,
Are oneninf ths most beautiful aisortmant of
SUMMER
Dress Goods!
Iver oQ'ered in Cleveland. Having bonght them at
verv low pricoa we are able to give oar eaetomer,
Deeiel bargains in ma&v of the Good. We ,ik
attention to our
Mixed Poplins, for Suits,
Organdie Muslin, '
Plain Jacconetts,
Plain Percales,
Printed Llnen9,
Eernani's
Grenadines, plain,
" Grenadines, figured,
Black Grenadines, 3-4 and 8-4.
Ob, tbcnne differcat patWrnl of
Merrlmao, -C'orlilco. Sprague,
And other cblice brand, of AmerU-an Prints to
aulect from.
naylO
217 SrPIRlOB STBIKT
OXK HUNDRED DOZEN
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
AT
A CREAT BARCAIN,
, B. OBISW0LD A CO.,
217 Superior street.
1VEW GOODS!
W llftWTR & f ft
JI. IlVHIitt 0L I V.,
1'24 OXIARIO STREET,
WiU open
TUESDAY, MAY STH,
One Case Crape Moretz.
One Case Organdies.
One Case new Btiles Dress Goods.
Case French Prints and Percals.
PRINTS!
PRINTS!!
PRINTS!!!
invoice new style. Prints, received this day.
J. M. nOWEB it CO.,
124 Ontario itreet.
J7
I. BALDWIN & CO.
Offer ibis day
Linen Sheeting, $1,00 per Tard.
Linen Sheeting $1,S5 per lard.
vill ..antra no arenment to convince all that
goods are fully per cent cbeapir than
an eariy can win evui.
may7 a.. 1. baluw in ai i-v.
Opening of Spring Cloaks
AT
HaT.Hower&Co's
Now ready all tbe latest novelties lo
.S rinMSktAna f
Orders received and promptly eieruted.
Jnst recetvod a frill stock of
WHITE GOODS
AND
Housekeeping Goods!
ALSO,
choice .tork of of NOTTINGHAM LAC and
MUSLIN CURTAINS, with DBS" GOODS of all
on tne corner.
II. T. HOWIE r .,
230 BPPEB10B BTBKKT.
Crumb,BasIington & Kendall
34T Superior Street,
Beceived this d&y
New Dress Goods!
sreat varletv. at arreatlv redncod pri.-e. Call
to secure tbe bargsina.
CBTJMB, BASLINGT0N A KENDALL,
ap28 217 Bnperior street.
KAI F5IAJV & BRO,,
and Corset Uannfactnrers !
"OEMOVED TO 3121 SUPERIOR
STBIIT, nest to Second Presbyterian
Church. Their store has been newly fitted np.
all the convenience and faailities to suit ens- I
tomer.. We ask tbe attention of onr fi lends and
customer, to call and see our new store ; opABing I
Thursday, loth of nay.
KAUFMAN A BRO., Snperior-st ,
mayS:R13 Neat to 2d Presbyterian Chnrch.
OPECIAL K0TICE. I have this day
received a ejuantity of Linen bheetlng, ol ex
cellent quality, which having been imported, am
to Mil at Sl.w a yam, wnien te nu ue
low Ita real vajne.
Also all nnmbers and widths of Russia and
Diapers at very low price.,
i Splendid quality of -
BROWS HllK TOWELS
S4.00 per dos. and npwarda.
CASSIMERES.
This day received aew Spring Cassi meres, all
only $1.30 a yard. Ihey are very cheap.
at a. it i has s,
febM Cor. Snperior-st. and Public Boware.
NEW GOODS!
AT
Hower&Hiirbee's
O I
A Brca aaicrtaent of
PAR-ASOLSl
Sun Umbrellas
Jaat reerirad.
PRI1VTS,
1 PRIXTS,
; L PRINTS,
Spring aad stimmet Styles opened this day at
239 Superior-st,
pOrKTIRPAJIf.. 10-4, 114, 124
and 13-1 CottnterpaaM, at reduced prices.
OS.'
" S. B. ttBtSWOLD A CO.
c
Of
8-1
A
DRY GOODS.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
Have in store and offer to the
WHOLESALE TRADE
By too piece er park age, tha largest assortment li
tais marxet ol
Black 6ros da Shine Silks.
Black Gros Grain Slltrs.
Plain and Fancy Dress Silks.
Foulard and Lining Bilks.
Organdies and Jaconets.
Barees and Opnnillnea
Poplins and Popllnetts.
Lenos and Mosamblttaes.
lawns and Percales.
Ginghams and Ihamurars.
Del aines and Cballls.
Melanges and Argentines.
Mohairs and Alpacas.
French and American Prints.
Klegant Spring Shawls.
Paisley and Paris Shawls
Berlin Wool Shaws.
Bonn Silk Shawls.
Barge aV Grenadine Shawls,
hilt Basn nines.
Cloth Basques and Talmas,
nagnincent Gloaklngs.
Ladles Cloths and ha klnes
French & AmerlcanCaslmere
Tweeds and I'asbmaretts.
Black ii Colored Coatines.
Cottonades and Linen Drills
Irish, Blay Blouse Linens.
Table Samask, Doylies and Napkins,
Bucks, Kersers. Crashes. Diapers.
Nottingham Lace Draperies.
Counterpanes and Quilts.
Swisses, Jaconets, Mulls,
Sarsnets, Tarltons, Brilliants, -
Shirred, Tucked and Dotted Muslins.
India Twills. Boblnets. Blonds.
Tell Sets, Bareges and Grenadines.
Lace. Grenadine and Shetland Yells.
Crapes, Crape and Lotc Tells.
c'si.
GIotcs. Gauntlets. Mitts.
Empress and Alexander's Kids.
Foreign and Domestis Balmorals.
Balmoral Skirtings.
Bradley's Duplex Boon Skirts.
Osborne Chessman's Hoop Skirts.
nop..!j B.im.r.i skirts
French and American Corsets. .
Son Umbrellas and Parasols.
Dress and Mantilla Ornaments.
Of the above weoffer an assortment net surpassed
oy any nouse west ot ew xora. tmr
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
If filled with the choicest brands of
Bleached and Brown Cottons.
Ticks and Stripes.
Donlma atidl nf laaOaplz
'cans and Drills.
arpet warn and Warp.
Flannel and Blankets.
CASH BUYERS
Dry Goods at Wholesale will find our stock
worthy or attention.
gay- K. I. BAJJWU a M.
CLOTH AND SILK GARMENTS FOB
Lsdie and Misaet, in all new sty lei. with a
complete atock of
Silk and Cloth Coatings,
From which we ar prepared to muntifaetnreto
order. J. II. DeWITT A Co.,
mm 9 Koe. 7 and 11 Public Square.
Jo II. Dewitt & Co.
Open this day
Freneh Prints,
Printed Jaconets,
Prlnfed Organdies,
Black Silas,
Wool Grenadines, Black, White
ana coiorea: rccaies, Victoria
Lawns for Linings, Embroi
dered Linen and Huslln
Sets, Hem Stitched
Handkerchiefs,
Gulpnreand Clnny Laces.
j. n. Dewitt a co.,
ay9 Nos. 7 and 11 Public Square.
3"
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to ti2
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CD 3 aa
New Goods-New Styles
SELBY,BROM PEARSON
Are receiving daily fresh invoices of
DRY GOODS!
Among which may be found Bpecial Bar Jains In
DRESS GOODS!
& choice and raried stock of
DRESS SILKS I
Xcw stle spring shawls.
Wa call especial notice to our full atock of
Housekeeping and Linen Goods.
WHITE GOODS,
Embracing fuH lines of Jaconet Cambric. French
Cambric, nam and Dottea nwiM(Aan-
Also, CURTAINS !
Nottingham lac, Embroidered Muslin; Bnff. alto
Green Curtain Holland.
BradUy'i Hoop fiklrti and Trench Woven Coneti.
iae neat in xttarKei. .
We also offer foil assortments of Cloths. Caial-
merea Domestics, Prints, Ac,
Call at 120 ONTARIO STBXET. a few doon
author Park. apL3
M. & M. K. StlLIFF
WU1 open on Mondaj, April SO,
foil and complote asiortrrrent of all the rariottt
oranaaoi
1 PRINTS!
Brown & Bleached Cottons !
WHITE GOODS MD LKESS !
Also an entirely new line of 8UMMIB OAESI
; MIR3 AND 61 CLOAKINGS. -
The above goods are now arrivins;, and comprise
all tne tateat styiee in maraec, waieli wo will eeii
for th TSUI LOWEST PilICa
At Wholesale and Retail.
Parties desirous of pa rebating anything la the
way o - -
DRY GOODS!
WiU at an times And at this Home good, thai an
r? gl " (1
am r
- -a.
e m
. am Sal
pr s
U w
J eZ W
mM m-mm
desirable both aa to pries and quality.
- ' jr. h. k. smirr,
160 Suprrlor-st., opaosite Wo44fH Ho.
JS5B
Is
a
f
RAILROADS.
18G6.
THE
PENNSY1YAMA CENTRAL
. DOUBLE-TRACK
KA1LROAD.
5S
SHORTEST, QUICKEST Ss BEST ROTTX
Between lb. aat and West.
"VJT tho arrival of Passongor Trains
VJ frem the West, at the Union Depot, Pitts.
burgh, Til BOCOB TRAlr.3 leave as loiiows:
DAY IKPEISS. S:3. A. At.. iKxcent Sunday.)
CINCINNATI KXPEISS, 'J.iX) A. M., (Cxcept
fiunoay.)
FAST MAtL.ll SOP. M.. (Erc.nt Snndav.l
PHILADELPHIA SXPBtsS, l:0j P. U., Every
Aay.
FAST LINK, 10:10 P. M.. (Ixceot Sunday.)
Banning through without cbango of Car, to
HABR1SBU0H, PHILADELPHIA, BALTI
MORE and NEW TORK. (via AUentown.) linnas
ni AnVA?(cs or oritsa Link. roDnectina direct for
an new ..ngiaua lowna ana wasinngton city.
leaving 8t. Louis, Cairo and Quincy Saturday
morning; Chicago, Jeffpreonvllle and Indianapolis
Saturday evening, RI N TUROl'UII I'IBtoT lo
aatern cities, arriving
21 iTonrs l.i Adrance of Other Bontcs,
KLEGANT STATE-ROOM SLZEFIXQ CABS
are attached to all nieht trains.
an. Baggage Checked through and Transferred
a ree.
bfTFare always as low as by ofhor Bootes.
H. W. OWINNEB. Gen. Ticket At Philad'a.
W. H. HOLMES, Gen. W. Pass. Ag't, Chicago.
T. L. KIMBALL, Ass't O.W. P. Ag't, ' hicago.
uuad. inuaun, rasa, eg t, cieveiana, u
Office, Metropolitan Block, Chicago,
FREIGHTS.
Br this Bonte Freieht of all description, can be
lorwardeu m ana from 1'hila.lelpbta, ftcv rora.
Boston or Ba'timore. BT RAILROAD DIRECT.
to and from any point on Wuetern Rallwavs. and
in connection with steamers, to all accessible
points on the Lakes and Hirer, of the northwest,
West and Southwest.
LIVE STOCK by tht. route 1. nrovidod with
.uperior Yard accommodations, especially at Bar
risbnrir. where a choice is ol!red of the Phila
delphia, New York and Baltimore
JsarltetM.
1 his will also be found the shortest. Quickest.
and most direct roate for stock to Kcw York (vis
Ailentown) and with fewest chances.
The RATES OF FREIGHT to and from nnint.
mine west Dy tne rennsvlvama central Rail
road are at all time, aa favorablo as are charged by
..- uAu.ua-, TI
net- fee particular to mars packages " Via
PBMHSVLVA1IIA CESntAL R. B.
For Freierht Contract, or Shinolnc Directions
ipply to or addres. either of the following acenta
ut tne tyompanv -
8. B. KISGSTOX, Jr., Freilht Ag't Phlla.
C. A. CARPENTER, Freight Ag' I Pittsburgh.
CLARKE A CO , Transfer Agents, Pittsburgh.
H. W. BROWS A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
T. B. BURKS, Madison, Indi.ua.
MORE9KADA CO., Louisville, Kcntncky.
W. M. AIKMAN, Evan.ville, Indiana.
R. F. SASS, St. Louie, Missonri.
CLARKE A CO., Chiciro, Illinois.
i. H. McCOLM, Portsmouth, Ohio.
J. M. LOVK, Marseille, Kentucky.
HALL A CO., Marietta, Ohio.
B. AYERS, SIuskioRnm River.
W. H. E. L. LANGLEY, Gallipolis, Ohio.
A. P. STULTZ A CO.. Zaneavtlle. Ohie.
K. H. UI'DSON, Ripley, Ohio.
D. R. WILSON, Kanhville, Tenuossee.
II. H. HOUSTON, uen. Frelsht Ag't, Phila.
E. II. WILLIAMS, tien. Sup t,.Altoone- Pa.
FAST FREIGHTS.
I'VION LINE CARS are Run Thrcueh bv
the Pennsylvania route to Principnl We.torn Witle.
without transfer, and all aoioments bv thie line
on TIMI CONTRACTS will be guaranteed as fol
lows: Boston to rhicago.... Daws
ew York to 7 Dav.
Phllattelphla to " 6 Hats
Baltimore to " 6 Itays
With a forfeiture of S cents per 100 lbs. for everv
day's delay, which will be promptly paid by West.
ern Agent..
Parties ordering freight from the Fast ehcnld
order packagee marked "Union Line," and refer
ahlpper. for contracts Ac, to
uao. J. HARRIS, 77 ashington St., Beaton.
J. L. GOSSLER, 271, Droadway, New York.
JOHN McKNIGBT,416 t'hestnnt St., Phila.
vttAo. u. cor. tenter a Calvert at..,
Baltimore,
Shippers from the West will apply to or addres.
by mail for Bills of Lading, Ac, or aoy desired in
formation :
W. W. CHANDLEB. Chlcairo. Illinois.
S. D. THATCHER, , N. Uigh-st, Colnmbiu.O
11. w. xtuov y, VI w. Third-st, Cincinnati, u.
W. H. STEWART, Cleveland, Ohio.
A. B. THOMPSON, Hewcomerstotra, O.
W. B. HAZLEIT. Zanesville. O.
SAMUEL F. GRAY, IndianapolU, Tnd.
J. u. aiav is, sort wayne, ma.
E. P. BRYANT. Terre Haute. lad.
W. E. ROBINSON, 324 Main-at., Lcnisrille,Kv.
N. STEVENS, 49 Olivet., St. Louis, alo
L. B. WILSON, Kashviile. Tenn.
JAS. TALLMADGE, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.
D. S. GRAY, Supt. Union Lice, Columbus, O.
msvl
MINING COMPANY.
Tbe Kockj Mouniii-n txo.d and
silver ininisg lorcpanr.
Mines in Bearer Head County, Hon
tana Territory.
CAPITAL STOCK, $5GO,0O0.
fibarcs $100 each, par Yalao.
$'250,000 of the Capital Stock Benerv-
ed for Vorklnff Capital.
Proac-nt Sell Ins Rate, S50 per Share. Stock fully
ftua ana t Dasecssai'ie.
orricncs:
Capt. E. B. Ward, of Detroit, Mich., President.
Lemncl Wick. Kaa.. President hatioDtd CUT
Bank, ClfTeland, O., Vice President.
James Wade, Jr., ot CUTeianti. U., secretary
and Treasurer.
Charles D. Everett, Superintendent at Mines.
DIRECTORS :
Amoa W. Hall, ot Bannack City, Montana tt-r
fcEber B. Ward, liq., of Detroit, Mich.
Leinnel Wick, Esq., President National City
Bank, ClereUnd, Ohio.
A. Jtverets. ts.no. t 01 naaon, Krereit s
Bankers, CUveland, Ohio.
Jamea Barnett. a.iq., ol ueo. wortcinKtoa m
Co., Clereland, Ohio.
STOCKHOLDERS.
The followine persons are Htockholders of the
Com pan j: Leinnel Wick, William Dart, Charles
wason, A. aTereti, ueortre wortniogton, jttmea
Barnett. Letnnel Crawford, P. H. Babcock, O. P.
Born, Strong St Arnutron, E. 0. Stanley, Dr. P.
Koeder, b. u. MODie, beian cnamDeriam, n. w.
Taylor, John B. Smith, R. T. Taine, William
new it t. witnam u. DtanieT. wuuam 11. A.eita.
and Jmea Wade, Jr., all of CIct eland, O.; J"r-
Tin Kent, of Kent. O.; K. B. Ward, of Detroit.
Mich.; and Got. S. Sdgerton, F. M. Thompson,
if. A. uri-iieT. a. v. uaii. and ueman uarK. ol
Bannack City, Montana.
itjij company was incorrtorated oy tne Territo
rial Legislature of the Territory of Montana, by
act approved Jan. 17ih, 1605. The property of the
Company was selected by Got. Edgurton and oth
ers, who were on tha premises, and is litnate ia
Bearer Bead county, Montana, in tne Bine Yi icg.
Bald Mountain and Bannack Mininz Districts.
and comprises nine thousand feet in length of tne
Gold and BUrer leads or lodee, of which 4,133
feet ia in tMW ?r, and 4,&Z feet of Gold w fee.
on tha silver lead known as the ' Wide Writ,"
1,200 feet on the " Mendota Junction." 1,3-VJ on
tha " Sherman,' 86173 feet on the gold lead Fair
View, Ac, Ac.
The company propose to send a force with ma
chinery to work tbe silver as soon as the necessa
ry lands can oe raised rrom the s&m of stock, it
proposed to sell 1W0 shares of the reserved stock
for that purpose at Fifty Dollars per share stock
to be issued tally paid so that it shall not be sub
ject to assessments. It is estimated that the coats
of tne erection or worts eaicnlated to reduce six
tons of ore per day. Including crnsbinir, machinery,
steam engine, buildings, Ac, will not exceed
$26,000. The " Wide West : Lead has a Tein well
defined at tbe ear face, and haa regular walls. At
tha surface the veil Is two and a balf feet wide,
and at the depth of seven feet it is three and a
half feet wide, and the ore Increased in rich nose.
Ten assays ef the ore from this lead bare been
made by TJ. 3. Assayers in Nw York, which show
yield of silver per ton of 2000 lbs, the lowest of
which was $.4, and the highest 4,dl7, averaging
1,04 72-100 per ten. A furnace that will reduce
only six tons per day would net of such ore, pro
Tided it only yield! tbe average of the aboye
assays, over a million and a half dollars year, be
ing more than four handred and seventy-fire per
cent, per annum on tho stock Issued.
xne omeers and stocxnoiders intend to rush tne
business with all their energy. (J, jy. fcverett.
Superintendent, wi'I be ready to start for the
mine the fore part of May. Kow is your time to
Invest. Orders for stock sen t by mail to the Sec
retary will be attended to. Call or send for circu
lars containing charter, bT-laws, assays, descrip
tion of property, Ac, to be bad of the Secretary,
at Wason, rerett A Co.'i Baakleg House, Cleve
land, Ohio. apH-313
COAL.
ASDBEW8, HITCHCOCK 4 CO.,
siauxs n
BRIAR HILL COAL!
v. Aimmxws, 1 A 3 Johnson Marine Block,
J, HITCHCOCK,
R VL'H KTfprn
V. C. ANDBXWS,
cttvEiuAAD. omo.
febU:B12
J. HCKIKVia.
ROBEETSCOAL!!
LATE Improvements in the Facilities
for procuring this superior coal, direct from
my mine dally, enables me to place It to consumers
at reduced price,, and I accordingly give them tbe
benefit. Sixea Lump, Nut, and Slack.
I alao sell Maoilon and Lh'ppawa coal, at
TBE LOWEST MARKET KATES
All orders filled with special reference to tne con-
venlence of purchasers. Order through Poetoffice;
of O. D. Beck, Superior street, opposite PostoSce,
or at w. r. eogg, or at yaiu, in. .r street.
Jani:B10 A. O. SMITH.
ALLEN JUSK8,
Wholesale aad Bet&D Dealer In
Strip Vein, Columbiana and Cnlppewa
COALS.
Ofloe on 0. P. B. B. Plr. AlK,0fflceand1ar4
at EncUd street B. B. erasing. .oa 01 aa
Excellent Quality for
HTT1V CAS. BKATK.S. 8T0VKS,
Offlos or House I'm. Aleo, ASIHkfcClI COAL
be large or small quantities.
iM.a reanectfnllr elicited and promptly ai
tended to. Coal for smithing kept constantly oa
hand. WW. Term, casn. hi.ti.t rwi
NOTICES.
COPABTXKKSHIP. Tb uuilersigned
have this day formed a Copartnership under
the St Tie and fir at asm ef Pelton A William,, aa
general dealers in Meat, and Provisions, at the
corner ot near niver auu ji.iu ...n.., w,
ri-uim.,lth. enblie la resnectfutlv sotiei.
ted. Particular attention paid to steam Boat aad
Teasel Trade. r- o. r.i i vj,
apll:31J i, H, WILLIAMS.
l
HOOP SKIRTS.
1866.
J. W. Bradley's
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
(Or Doable Sprlag )
SKIRTS!
Will not Bnxo or BaiAE liks tha Sisaia
Spbihos, but will Pacsiavs their Psanor aad
BzAtmrvi Shak mors than twics as long as any
Stxais SraiKO that ever has been or could possi
bly bo made.
The Hew Style
EMPRESS TRAIL,"
(Jaas amtiwalisecm.) .
A'moat PIBFICT. C0MF0RTABLB aad BEAU
TIFUL TRAIL, auggeated by the Patstwr Pass
im, is made from the !
New "Duplex Steel,?
Which ia BOLLED THICKER, giving Oar.Tta
Rksistaxci to the Skirt, but loosing nose of the
Fleiuli QriLirirs tor which tho DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC stand so ras-uisssT.
Tlie Ifew Stj-Ies"
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS,
Are Pronounced"
PERFECTION iJ
By all the
Fashion Critics In t'ue Fashion Msg-
azlncs, and bj all ladle who
hare Worn them.
Ladle, wiU find them la all
FIRST CLASS STORES
IS THIS 0ITT.
M ann far tured by Sold Owners of Patent,
Wests, Bradley & Cary,
Y diamber8-gt.Tand
79 and
SI Read-st.,
NEW YORK CITY.
INQUIRE FOB
radley's
(New Styles)
UPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT I
marts 326- JTWF
SUNDRIES.
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.
OLD EYES
MADE NEW, without Spectacles, Doctor or Med
icine. Pamphlet mailed free. Address E- B.
FOOTK, M. D., 1130 Broadway, New Tork.
A WAT WITH USeOSFORTABL.
T R U SS E S I
COMrORT AND CUBE FOB THE BUPTUBED.
Sent bee. Address E. B. FOOTS, M. D., 11J0
Broadway, Hew Tork.
HUSBAXDS TAKK CARS OF T01K
WIVES 1
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION FOB T
MARRIED Sent free ln sealed enTelona. Ad
dress E. B. FOOTS, M. D., lis Broadway, Hew
sura.
PABK.M9 TAKK CARK OF lOUR
CHILDREN I
CROUP How it may be easily frmmUi without
medicine; also its eanae and core. Sent fres. Ad
dress E. B. FOOTS, M. D., 1130 Broadway, &w
sura.
Away with Disease and ltlatrl
moniai inicHcltles.
MEDICAL COMMON 8 EN SI, treats vpes the
man System inside and oat ov all Chronic IM-
seasee and tbeir Treatment on Barrenness and
ni potency, on Seminal Weakness and Female
Weakness on Mamatre and sexual PhilosoDhr.
language everybody can understand, nuking a
sensible book for sens! ble people and a food book for
" -W Ifajgejaa -lW lUUlirHlUul, lUrVw
parts in one volume. Price, fl.50. Sent by mall,
postage paid, on receipt of tha price. Contents
Tables sent free. Address tbe Antbor. W. B.
JoOTK, M. D., 1130 Broadway. New York.
aecar: n iu-.iBtmoe
Attention !
FARMERS,
GARDNERS,
CARBON OIL REFINERS.
DRUCCISTS,
MECHANICS,
Furniture JHanufactarerg 4 Sealers,
HARNESS MAKERS,
CISTERN BUILDERS,
, MASONS,
And the public generally.
The subscriber keeps constantly oa hand, at his
Warerooms, Ho. SI Merwln Street,
CLETELA.r, OHIO,
BONE DUST,
PLASTER PARIS,
AND WATER LIME.
SAND PAPER,
NEATS FOOT OIL,
"And curled balr for
ettees, Sofas & Matlrasses.
ALSO,
CATTLE HORNS,
Glue of all Kinds and Qualities,
Aad everything In that line of trade.
Don't forget 34 Merwln street, as It will be (or
yottrtotereetw purchase of rrt bands, and hava
but one profit to pay.
COliiTRT CROERS SOUCiTED t PROSPIT FILLED
TERXS CASH.
mW Second-hand Flo .
Wanted.
mart: B1 S
-ld .aH e.rr.1, always
GEO. SSUTH.
DYEINC.
T" rRKDKBICK CISIAI, -
THE 8T4shll spar, ao effort wglv.-tle-
'i'l .h. .emrfsl attentloB of Oentlemea to tha
1 oall 'jJjpjvlD FRENCH ST fLB
DUPleJ eluptiCJ
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RAILROADS.
CLIYILIXB
1S6.
WINTER ARRAlIGailI2.I.
f and after Monday, Dneembat Vita, IMS,
Trasmt wiu ia
eeptadl aa follow.
will leave Cleveland daily (sooday aa
SrtSO A. If. MAIL Arrives at Pittsburgh ISO a.
a.; Harriabarital iao a. a.; Baltisaore :00 a.
.; Waahlngtoa 10:3S a. a.; Palledelphla
T:00 A. .; Hew Tork 10:00 a. a i Wheellnc
S:00 F. SI. Connect at Hudson wit. O. S. A
O. B. B. for Akron and eonnecta at AUiaaoa
. with P. Ft. W. A 0. Railway for aU eoiaia
west.
kSS P. M. EXPRESS Arrivee at Prtbhargh at
HO F. a.; Harris burgh Lim A- Baluoora
1S:30 r. a.; Waahington 4:40 r. Phlladei
pole 1:00 f. a.; New York 3:16 r. a.; Wheel
log fBrldgeport) : F. a.; Bellalr (Ben
wood) t-.io r. a., connect, with Baltimore
and Ohki B R.
S:4S P. M. ACCOMMODATION Arrives at Al
liance 6:36 f. a. Car. from Cleveland rua
directly through, via Hndeon for Cuyahoga
Fella, Akroa and Miilersburgh, connecting
at Alliance aad Orrville with P. Ft. W. A C.
Hallway, for Canton, Maeellloa, Woosw and
. Mansfield.
Oars run through froaa PUt.,ra tn Saes Yora.
(via Allentewn) without chanse.
awwrare aa sow aa ay aay other route. - -alsTThroiurh
ticket, can be procured at the Tntoa
Tklet Office, WeddeU Houae, at th Depot, or at
tha Euclid Street Station.
J. H. PEVEKEPXt!JrrlBtCj-tfatS
CLITUA5B A X&Im KAJLEviB.
1S6S. WUilS&ABaAHOEUIHT. ISA
09 and after Monday, Oct. 23d, Psaaseger
Trains WiU ran aa follows, (Sunday excepted j:
LEAVE OLETELABl
:4A A. St. VKW FORK EXPHESS-fltoppfnt at
Wlllonghby, Falneeville,lIadiaoa,Aantaonia,
Singsviile and Oirard, aad arrives at Bri
at 9:15 A. M., Dunkirk 11:40 A. Ik., Bnftalo
1:10 P. M., New Iora 1.00 A. M. aad Realm
at S.60 P. M.
8:60 A. M. CAT KZPBESS TBAIH "topping at
raineevute, tieaeva, Aafatannla, Conneant
and Oirard only, aad arrive at Erie as l:'JD
r. a., Dunkirk 3:46 r. a., Buffalo S:at F. a.,
Hew Tork at 12:00 a.. Boston 3:50 f. a.
M0 P. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS TRAIN
Stopping at Paincsvllle, Ashtabnlaand Grr.ru
only, and arrive at Erie S:25 f, a., Dunkirk
8:36 f. a., Buffalo 10:1X1 r. a.. Hew Fork
3:4.5 F. M .. Boaten 4 56 F. a.
S:t6 P. M MAIL AND ACCOMMODATIOM -
Stopping at all stations, and arrive at Erw
T:36 f. a.
MO P.- M. NIGHT EZPBESS TBAIN Stopping
at f aineevuie, Aaatabnla ana btrara only,
aad arrive, at Erie I&40 A. a., Dunkirk 2:47
A. a., Buffalo 4:20 a. a.. New Fork 10:2S
a., Boston 11:60 F. a.
LEAVE ERIE.
1.-00 A. af. STEAMBOAT iiXPRtSS TRAIN
Stopping at Oirard, Conneaut, Ashtabula and
-fainesville only, and arrivee at Cleveland at
6:06 a. a.
1:36 A. M. NIGHT SXPBS2S TBATSSt
ping at Girard, Ashtabula aitd FaineeviU
only, and arrive, at Cleveland at 7:10 a. a.
S:15i.- at. MAIL AND ACC4MKODATIOB
TBAIN Stopping at all station, and arrives
at Cleveland 10:20 a. a.
10: IS A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS TBAIrf Stop
ping at all stations except Swan villa. Say
brook, Dnionville, Perry, Mentor and Wlek
UfTe, and arrivee at Cleveland at 2:15 r. a.
SrM P. M. DAT EXPRESS TRAIN Stopping at
Gerard, Coaneaat, Ashtabula and Paineavtli.
oaUf , and arrivee at Cleveland 8:50 r. a.
Star second Class Cars an ran oa aU taroaga
trains.
r All through trains going Westward connect at
Cleveland with trains for Toledo, Cbieago-, Colum
bus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Aol. and all
through trains going aecwar4 oennaas as Dun
kirk with tha train, of the Eri, Railway; and at
Buffalo with those of tbe New Tort Central A
Erie Baiireads for New Fork, Albany, Boston,
Niagara Falls, Ac, and at Erie with train, on tha
Philadelphia A Erie Railroad, for Corry, liruavUie,
Pit Hole City and tha great Cil Resrioae. -
SWDay Express East and West, eonnecta at
4t!rard with trains on Erie A Pittsburgh Railroad
Sec Lineal llln. Meadville, Jamestown, Ac.
H. NOTTINGHAM, Superintendent,
Cleveland, Oct. 23, 186.
CLBTKLA5D a
TOLEDO RAILK0AD.
lsoo. - WlaTEB AjtaWt&QEMKNT. - U6.
N and after Monday, ttfl. Uth, I8SS, trains
will lean CWfejand daily as fjiLou LSondaya
exoentea):
SAW A. . CHICAGO TXPBE89, stops at Bena,
Graftoa, Oberlia, Wakemaa, Norwalk, Mori.
roeville, Bellevaa, Clyde, Fremont said Bl
aura and arrives at Toledo at 12:46 r. a.,
Oiicago at 11:00 F. a., and Detroit 6:30 f. a.
t:4a P. M WESTERN MAIL Stop, at all Ita
tiona a Soutnera Division, and arrivea at
Teledo at 1:30 F. a., Chicago 6:46 a. and
Detroit at 10:30 r. u.
4.00 P. M. tRIHEBll MAIL-Stops at all sta
tions oa Ketsbera Division and arrives at
Sandusky at S:46 r. a.
10:00 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS Steps si Orafton
Norwalk, and Fremont, and arrive, la Toledo
at 2:30 a. a., Chicago at ItSo r. at., aad De
troit at S:0O A. a.
fkiTiaertims are made at Monroerille wtta nta
lia.ilii.ll. ManaSeld A Newark Bailroad; at Sandua
ky aasth Jafton A Cincinnati Bailroad; at Freanoat
wtta She i remcnt A Indiana Bailroad ; and at To
ledo wstk the Aticcigaa Soathern A Northern Ia
dlajta and Toledo A Wabaah Railroads for Chicago.
Detroit, Jackson, Fort Wayne, Logans port, Latay
ette, Caire, Aitoa, St. Lonja and all paints Wast,
Siorthwest aad Soutiiwejt.
Trains arrive in Cleveland frost Toledo and tea
West at 9:20 a. a., a:iu r. m., ana e:y s. m. mm
SananakT at 0:10 A. a.
At. U. tbULASa,
Scrjertatendent.
Ulcvotana, pent, u.
CLIT1IA5 B.COLUa BC8 st 1 1 CI- SATJ
KAIL KU All.
1666 FALL AS&ANaEAtANI. - 13
OS asm after Monday, October S3, 1S65, Passen
ger TreJns will leave Clevelanel u follows
let Train T:a4 A. M. CINCINNATI ESPRSJS
stopping s Berea, Grafton, Wellington, .'ew
London, Sheeny, Crestline, Gallon, Iberia
Gllead, CardlngtoB, Ashley, Delaware, and
Wosthlngton, arriving at C)olumbua at 1:3A
P. M., Cincinnati 6:30 P.M., Indianapolis, .
:4i P. M., Chicago via Crestline, 11 :00 R. H.
:U Train t:46 P. M. NEW TCRK AND WE3T
. . . ERN EXPEES8, stopping at Berea, GrX
i , - ton, Wellincton, New Louden, and all sta
tions sooth of New London, arriving at
I ' xiumbos at 9:26 P. M., CineinnaU 4.00 A.
1 S. Chicago, via Crestline, 6:40 A. M.
Sd Tisan -t 16 P. M. GALION PASSENGEB,
, Moos At an .tattoo., smiiai as vraubai ae
I iiu t. .
4th TVata .3u P. SI. NIGHT EXPRESS, step
ving at Gx tAn, Wellington, New London,
! anelbr. Creatltaa. Galitw. Gilead, Cardinz-
!ton, aad Delaware, arriving at Colnmbn, at
S.-46 A. M., Cincirinatl . A. M., Indiana-
. jolis lOM A.M., Ctticago On stlrna, 12:90
Train ave Columbus at Vf MB a. a., S 40 r. s
andi 11:S6 ' " Arrive at CitTeland f.
i A:60 F. a., 5:10a. a.
TRDIANAPvnI-IS AND WESTESS EJCPTtKSS
lM,es G.'llon at 4:00 A. M.,arnrca at Clov
laadhSOat-M.
I CONNECTIO HS:
Shelby Sandusky, aneSeld A Newark Bailroad'
, to Mananeld, Ut, Faraea, Newark, Zanes
' Fills, Ac.
Crestline Pitteburrb, Ft Wayne ACblcairo railroad
for Forest, Upper Ssadneky, Delpho., Lima,
: Fort Wayne, Chicago, Ae., West, and East
! for ManaSeld, Wooeter, Maaaillon, Ae.
j Tbe first and fourth Trains make direct con
nections via Fort Ways, for all points oa
. I Toledo A Wabaab and Great Western Ball-
' reads. . .
Gallon BeTiefontafas Railroad Lias, tor Ma
i rlon, Bellefontatne, Sidney, Union, Sfcncie,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Tinoettaee, Evans-.
vllle, LonievUls, Cairo, St. Lotus, Ac.
Delaware with Springfield Branch for Springfield. .
Cotambu, Little Miami A Columbus and Xenia
Bailroad, (or Xenia, Day tea Indianapolis .
Terr. Haute, 8t- Lonl., Morraw, Loveland
aad Cincinnati, and with ths Ohio and Miss
ieeipp Bailroad i ' "
Ciacinnati for bmrirrttle, EvansvUls, Cairo, St.
Lents, and all point, sn the Ohio Rive,.
CeturnbneCentral Ohio Bailroad for Bewark.
Zanesville, Wheeling Ac; Colnmbu, A In
i diaaapoiie Osatral aUllroads for Pic,na, Cr-
' bens. Ac - - . -
SB?" For tickets to at! points aad Information ap
ply at ths Paaeengar Station, aad at ths Colon
xicnat viae, tar superior street.
. 8. FLINT.
Oevelaad, Ot. H,SS. -
' Superintendent.
Cnange of time, October 8ta,
! . VIA THE ... -5
inmic a ctiat wnsry railway.
aSSIrSrSsSrS ,
Taeonlj Unbroken Broad fcaaseiioate
L TO THB EASTERN CITIES.
fTTWO Trains Daily Leave Cleveland, from ths
JL Atlantic A Great Western Depot:
DAT EXPBXScU. Srir) . f.
Arrive ia New Tork .1:00 P. M
EIGHT EXPRSoS :36 P. M
Arrive la New Iork
-10:30 P. K,
Vail traia leave, Cleveland for Salamanca a
1:40 A. M., arrlTiag at 6:40 P. M.
Trains arrive at Cleveland at 7:40 A. a., ana
fcior. a. -
Trains for Tonngstowa leave Cleveland at 6:40 a.
a.. Mid 3:16 P. B.t arriv.at Clereland 9:66 A. a
and 4:16 f. a.
This Is th only direct route to ths Oil Begiona
ef Feanmlvnaia.
Passenger, by the 4:80 a. w. Eiptusa Train dbt
at Mead vllle, and Sleeping Car at Salamanca.
Passengers by th 8:36 r. a. Express Traia.
leeplns Car at Cleveland.
The Night Express leaves Sunday night. Instead
of Saturday night. All other traiaa dally ,un-
OoaaecuaAMearine, for 00 City, Franklin,
Carry, aad all point, ia lbs 011 Bogies ad Pone.
"rsessssnrs It this rent hava ample rims HO
ml.au. , at regnlar hears, for aieala, and auk,
".. and ejegaa Sleeping Ooscfies art tached ta
Night Traiaa-
For all lntorastisa and through tickets, p'i
asoly at the Depot of the Atlantie A Great v
era Railway, or at th Union Ticket Oac,
Omnibuses will call for Ea.sma.ra, by leavlnt
directions at th above odloes.
H,SCI'lSM,m.
. t. TFT. T. ww. -- Ticket Atn-at.-
6H0KI.ST KOl'TS rKO I'LCVXUfl
tZZZZ.', an nas iiaayl
TaBXB DALaBiriawlw
VIA
Clsrsland, Colnmbut & Cincinnati, antf
rittaburgti, i on vayn vmragrj -
RAIL BO ADS. : j
Train, leave the Unioa Depot a follow, :
Leave Cleveland 7.46 A. a. Leave Crcstlins 1L3S A .
Arrive at Chlcano 11. 1
Leave Clevelacd 3.46 F. u
Leave CrestllBe.eF
rn. t ( " B 1 1" pn S IS . M.
Lan Cleveland 9.31) p. a. Leave Crestline l J5 A. a.
Arrive at Chicago 12 J0 p. a.
ror miormatioa ana timet, via. viwhu. .
Wert and Northwest, apply at tbe Depot or at the
Union Ticket Omo. 14T WeddeO Hop . Block, ba-
perior street. W. O. CLRLAflU. ,
dereland. Jan. 1, ;aSTHiii
BANKERS.
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