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f ISAAC J. FRANK Masaiactarar of aa) Dealer la HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS, 5o. 11) Bnnerler street, mnder the Jobnjoi House. Alwavs OB hand aa eatea.lv. assortBseat of latest stvlea Bad Batteras. Wholesale dealers caa be eoppled alaass th.B N.w York mart ratos. saar Skirts mad to ordar aa aaorteat Botice. ay 1:15 SPECIAL NOTICES. fcrTA SISGLE BOX OF BKAXD- BKIU'S FILLS coataini more vigeteble extrac tor, matter tbaa twenty boxes oJ soy pill la the world beat; tny-ava feaadred sAjsiciaBl aaa tarsi to tbuir practlca to tb. exc'asioa of other narratives. Toe first letter of IMt Tela, la yet acaroaljr appreciated. Wasa they m act tor bmwb, saddea death aod contlaaed sickBraa will 'weof the past. Lot those who know them speak right oat la th-ir favor. It la a doty which will safe Ufa. Oar race U .abject to a redundancy of Titiated klle at ttlsssaeoa, aod Ilk N dangeroae aa it la prevalent; bat Braadrotb'l FIIU afford aa laval- aiM.aadcOci.at protect lo.. By tuilr oceaaioa ai aa. w. prereat the collectloB of tboae imparl te which, vh'B la aaScieat loaatitloa, eaaas mock dinger to the body's health. They aooa care Lirer Complaint, Dyapepiia, Loea of Appetite, Paia la the Head, H artlnira. Pain ia the Breaet boae, Hodden FaiBtaraa and Coatireaeaa. Sold by all teapcctaUe dealera ia Medicine. ajaylCr. Kit: Da Weed DEAD HEAD, l'r, ia other word, head wha. once glorisa lock bar. Withered and Whitened, caa ia few momenta be re-clotbed with all their YorraiTL ATI r Acnoars, by a tingle applicatioa of that wonderful taliimaa CBISTABOBO'S DAIS DTE, Grizzled a .takers and aaoastachea, ladies' cai la lata which the saow of age has prematurely drifl ed, and red, eaady, or whltey-browa hair, receive, as if by magic, the rarest shades of Mack or brawn from this harmles, botanical hair darkeoer, man' ufactand by J. CRlBTADOB-i, Astor Hons. Mew York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Bair Treesers. mjT H '-! W eoH BAXKIXG HOUSE OF JAY COOKE & CO., Corner Wall & X asaa-ls 5. T. 1 N CONNKCTIOJf WITH OUR I boates ia Ph!ladlp!U and Washington, k.T opened a KSW YOBK HUL'SJC at above lc eatloa, aadofler onr aerrlcos la Banks, bankers, aiid laeeator. for the tranaactioa of their basinees ta this city, including purchase and sales of Got. IlsauT EscraiTias, arocxs, Bonos, aid Onto. Weareconataoly represented at the Mock Ix chaage and Gold Board, where orden sent a are promptly filled. Wa keep oa hand a full supply of UavermsHetU (rrwatritlea or all laamea, baying aad selling at torrent price, and allowing correspondent tbe most liberal rates the market affords. JAY UOOKI A CO. ma 1" BIG-PoVWeod Ikaf-FHILOSUFHY OF MARRIAGE, tbs Proprietors of t"e Kew York Muaeum of Aaat osjy hare determiaed. resmrdlem f expense, to la asa free (lor the benefit of suffering humanity, aad sapproHion of quackery) four of their moat luter uUiuft and instructive Lootares oa Marriages and tw DisqoaliAcaiiooe, Nervous and Physical Debil- 1 tv, rrematara decltn. of atauoooa, uuugeiiiow, t Veaknes or Depreaaioa, Impotency, Los of Xner 5 n and Manly Power ; tbe Greet Social Kvil, and t those Maladies which result from youthful follies, iiicosses of maturity, aad igaoraaes of Physiology ml law of nature. These Invaluable Lecrareo aava oeea an. anwu. fealighlening and saving thousands, aad will be orwarded free, on receiptof four stamps, by ad 'rMaine SKCKETAUY. New York Museum of laaatoDiy aad Medioine, (IS Broadway, Kew York. feblSKS . . fH- M ARRIAGE AXI) CELIBACY, Ma Bsaay of Warning and Instruction for Young f lea. AIo, Disease and Abuses which prostrate ha vital powers, with sure mean of relief, ent ra or charge in sealed letter euvelopes. aaonw Jlr. 1 BB.ILLIN HOUGBTOS, Howard Aesoria Itioo, Pbiladelphia. Pa. . . maylft 3.Q) IIUNNE WELL'S HVrrif! I The claims lor this valued Family atiAVlsv p.u m . t th f My other la PILLS. use. A teat of them will aot only . prove thla, but the greater error of QriPiag which has heretofore bo a called Character. The Kliptic Pilla never require over two, and esl dom but one for the dose, act oa the bowels with out tbe sligbeat griping, a point of the greatest im portance, particularly ia Chronic Constipation, For which take a Single Fill every, or every other night. Tbey never produce debility aad cure la dUreatioa, Dyspepsia, Head Ache, Liver and Kidney Oomplaiot, I'ilee, Worms, Loss of, or Impurities of the Blood, Loss of Appetite, aad all Derange ments of Bowels or Btomoch. ssraold by ail Wholesale aad Befall dealers la Medicine. JOHH L. HCHSBWILI-, Proprietor, Practical Chemist, dcl:daw:eom (Vnnmercjal Wharf Boatoa, Mass a-TBS GREAT 'JW ENGLAND BEMIDY. Dr. J. W. PoJaao'a White Plan Com oaad, la aow offered to the afflicted throughout th ooantry. After having basa proved by the teat of eleves years, ta tb. New England States, where Its merits havo become a well knowa aa the tree from which, ia part. It derives Its virtues. The Waits Pise Compound cures Eor. Throat, Colds, Couarht. Dlatheriu, Bronchitis, Bpittlng of Blood, JaVnd Pulmonary A Sect Ions generally. It b) a ra- markaM. Bemedy lor money uimpiaiuts, s-i.-tes, Dlfflculty of Voiding Urine, Bleeding from aba Kidneys and Bladder, Gravel, aad other com- 'erven a trial if you would leara thevsisjt of a good aad ti led Medicine. It Is pi -iw a ""sold by Druggiats aad Dealars Mti'cjs IP- rUl" OKO. W. SWaTf V. D . PrepiletOT. boston, Mass. I BbVNTOM, MTYRS A CAKFIILD, And SrROSO A ABMeTBONQ, Aceota. Jang Hio-w s-THK BRIDAL CHAMBER An sav of Waralna and Instruction for Young Msau Alec, aew aad rsliabmSareatmeat for Dtaeases of Mm "Xrlaary aad Sexual Syatoma. Seat flea ta aoaKd envelotva. Address Dr. J. Skillia Hough toa. Howard A.swrtatl'a. rpitaoeionia, ra. "r-. MEDICAL. JQQ D0LL1US PEEIIH I SEMINAL WEAKNESS, OX SriRMinORRHOU, 6LKET, AhD hnpoteacy Curwl, VlFTIB ALL OTHLK TKKATMKKI FAILS. f. TlsT. i.cmanN, rormerrfof Mew York dry, wiH ray a handred . 1 1 ..' . . . . t LiaMrUikm cure the above aamed diseases, lie will t" the same suui lor the .roof thai any other Phriclau in the fluted States Z .-- - iii ii ! ! sith Hinal aaccces. Sjtermaor Tears of laborious study aad expel ieuos vw at rn a hanev la beins able to announce to tb. anfortnaata, that ae has aorsaoted a sxstam of Uvat- ""'ri .nnnw .e sviatarHT nrR tthe above, and also all coutacloua dJiea. of the nctre. tmraua. with, ail bad .fleet. eria.Bg aaarefrom. loduding tieweral - DEBILITY OB ltKVOC8 PB08TRATI0H. Hehasauooeded incunoT easeela thtj cilTji Mas IT. w-I hnndretla of dollar with a tf- vled BSVSlctane, wno profess to tseat all palSets aukladies with success, sua without ruoavioa 1 jhaKi does not boast thit he Is a met 1 ar ai aoaiefjoll.ir' In London or Paris. a;eerhee soias . 1 ' j .. rJ MHnuln. the Innaeeat. and who held out groat exsertatious, never a bs rallaed. But what Tir.O.mwht boastof Is this, that l 1- t -nentire aetl.lacaon to those Whs re- aoas Rnadeoce ia bU ability and intecritv, and that Lehas aerfectrd an American system of treatment which challMge. any Physician c London or raria, et any patcct mdciae, to gual for .be radical cure of seminal weaaarw, aou .i . BHwt, both mental aad ahssioal. arising from sexa- avl or st'Lirt abase. . Dr. Gihsoa also ctalma for hi. aew treatmeat th foilowtns adrantarea over all others yet disoeTered. And first, the aaenm ueud are in ao respects dis asreoable: he uses no relics of tbe dark atjos, such as Alercury, or any other deleterious druc ; aecondly, uo reetrictiou In diet or bostneas it reouired ; third, htatreatreeril te positive and oartain In all oases. Hs stands areaare.1 to go into any wWic or private bossita!in the Cnited 8utea, and deinoostrate tb Immenae suserioritr of his new treatmeut over any other aow known in the world, to point of ammat aesB. sonnaaaiMy, atiluaftss, salety aad ooaveaience Dr. Giboon It twrmaaeetrf vacated la ClevsiaBd, aod has during the past five years pertormeil many cures of d-eeeses which had for years rasaited ail other modes of treatment. Relereuces caa be givea toladinduals of the first reapertability in Cleveland. Boatoa. Vew York and other cittce, ia regard as skill and mtesrity in ail arofaiooal traneaclioos. Drs- aepata, Jaliearaaueni, ocroiuhs, au ca I nnary cnww, sua au uuubn vi with superior aoeoMa. saarMedjcine sent to nay fart cd she conatry, oa reoeiat of ten aoltara. in. Oibaoa's aew work oa Physiology for aakt at Bmsnea Dl, GIBSOH. rmaiaawa or Eiacracvarar am kmoutb. Ofltee llVBeneca street, a lew doors from Saxerlor, laar&ce hours from 9toU and from I to 3 o'clock DaOv toodaw eacevited OIL WORKS. IXf KLSI0KOIL V0SKS. ROCKEFELLER ft AKBBXWS, (garoayirts to aaarawa, Clark a Os. - i HA HrrACTU b IM akd trnnu OV CARBON OIL, Benzine and Lubricating Oils. lsb. saarajL atruarwa. orrioi i a. Sortru'a Brack, Harwla at fVB WHS at CO. hare the machinery, V tk. saaierial. aaa ta. aaaa. t. . la. aaari WsSeaworkef as, shop ia cfenlsaw. W.drTv r..n( iltira ia taat bm. Try aa with aa, j.b ia taatUaa.aa asarfsar Waataar sua. air. DAILY LEADER Itg- For Xorning sdltloa Kew see alslde. tW For Irealns Idltlon lews see Inside. SATURDAY", MAY 12, 1868. CITY NEWS. Every facility for a Business Education furnished at Bryant Stratton ' College. Th Cut of Clivzhsd. The regular boat for Detroit to-night is the city of Cleveland. NoTtcs: re ot- CtsToMESs. We regret lo inform our customers that in consequence f the fire Thursday afternoon we will be nnder the necessity of delaying the delir ery of ice for a day or two. But at the end of that time will be able, to fill orders as MARTIN JOHNSON. Police Court. Tbe following cases were dispored ot by Judge Abbey yesterday : .Drunkenness John Farrell, jl and coetf: Rosa Wick, 90 days to tbe Work House Darwin Bering, $2 and costs. Peddling Without License Solomon Loeamar, $10 and costs. Violating Market Ordinance Frederick Baker, tl and costs. Disturbance James Heads, Phillip Mc Cune and John Scully, each $1 and costs. Soliciting Passengers George McKee $1 and costs. Assault and Threatening Ida M alone f 1 and costs. Atsault and Battery Frederick Meyer, $2 and cost ; George Hillan, costs ; Kelson Parker, and costs and ten days in jail Heary Buchanan, discharged. Assault Fred. Buchanan and Henry Bu chaxtan, each $5 and costs. Grand Larceny John Atkinson, conlin Ufa till tbe 14tb. Hial Estati TBAiisrER. The following transfers of real estate have been entered upon the books of the County Recorder within the past few days : C Higgins to Edward Ryan, north half of lot Ao. L!oZ in Jennings allotment on Lni- versitr Hei? hts. Consideration f j75. A. tvercll to Alary Jansen, suD lot tto. 4 in Everett s sub-division of part of ten acre lot Xo. 8U. city of Cleveland. Consid eration JVMMi. Mary A. Castle and H. B. Castle to Jenettc V. Lyon, part of ten acre lot No, (52, corner ol nospeclann Hudson streets, UlevolAnd. Consideration $20.0UO. E. Sheffield to John Brer, 40 feet off the ast side of lot No. 24, in A. Bli-s' allot ment. Chagrin Falls. Consideration $1,000. A. Baaoeit to William T. Hobbins. nartof lota 18 and 17. Champion tract, Chagrin falls. Coneideratioa ,857 60. Julia A. Miller, guardian, to John F. Carter, 1 IS acres of land in lots 62 and tb, townsmp ol JirecltsTiiie. Consideration 5,75. .fulia A. Miller, guardian, to H. Barr. 22.88 acres of land in lot Xo. 65, Brecksvilie township. Consideration (c6U 44. J. si J. Kevnolds to fj. lalton, i acres of land in the Loomii tract, township of Olm sted. Consideration tl.200. tfeorire Aberzfell ' to A. Welch, sub-lot 50 in the Willeyville allotment, city of Cleve Istnd. Consideration rtiOO. ". T. Wallace to Clarissa Holmes, part of lot No. 21, in J. Perkins' sub division of part of original lot Ko- Brooklyn, now Olevelanl eity. Consideration $600. Jacob Kebecamp to tiargent A Dixon.part of lot So. 328. Wilier allotment, eilv of Cleveland. Consideration '.. Georee H. Bt&ndart to 8. Brown. 4 in com mon of Kos. 81, 82 and 83, in K. JI. Stand art's allotment of part of original lots iV and 60, city ol Cleveland. Consideration toOO. Thomas Alexander to J. W. Landnbair. partof inlet Jo. 4, section Xo. 20, contain ing Ki acres of land, Middleburgh. Con sideration $609. Wm. Wheelock to W. T. Wheelock. sub- lots Ko. 1 and 2, in S. Brown's subdivision, also a lot on Willis' street, village of Bed- iuto. wnsiaeraiton .mu. Kicholson k Phelps to Wm. Bradford, 4-100tb acres of land in lot M. section 21, Rockpnrt township. Conaidcration tx. w. tjireen to John Bender, northeast corner of original lot 57, also known as be ing the northeast corner of village lot 67, independence township. Consideration $i,&oe. I', tv. Squirrel to T. ii. Finch, east half of ssb-lot47, in S. 8. Stone's subdivision of part of original lot SO, Brooklyn, now city ot Cleveland. Consideration $925. .Lewis Dabler to M. Fanning, south half of city lot No. 260 in Barber and Lord's subdivision, city ol Cleveland- Considera tion, $1,200. Sophia Evatt to S. G. Evatt, lot No. 7 and part of lot Ko. 8, in the Taylor Farm allot ment, Cleveland city. Consideration $4,600. he CLOTH INC. . Davis, Htm Fort. . L. 11. PxlXOTTO, - CJeat(aaf. ESTABLISHED A. D., 1S47. Davis. Peixotto & Co., MavnatactiirerB and Jobben of all qualities nd READY MADE CLOTIIM, Corner or Superior & Water Kt CI.EVEI..IX D, O., Offrr for tb Spring tvnd PommT Stwod a larga A well asaortea atoca of Men aod ooj CLOTHING. Taeae Ootdt arc taade ttxprtMly for ovr Trad aod Id stjMt rinico and w orHtmanstitp ar Equal to tbe Best Custom Work C A chotca atlectioa of . cents' firishkg;goods, Such as tnder (Jarments Casslmere and Flannel Shirts, Taper Collars, fcc, c roumstnc tbe benefit of an Etvstrs connection. we are enabled to offer sapeiicr inducements t paixbMera of Eaady M4e Clothing. Nearly twenty year' experience in Western trad, giTej at snniaal qualification to supply tbe Wants mt Own try Merchant-. Onr old friends and purchasers generally an cordially Invite! toe til. DAVIS, PEIXOTTO & CO., Cor. Water aad 8pertor its- and Ko. i Water ft, T KCEIY1XG DAILY Tbe latest 1 lj styles ot Foreign and Domestic, and Harris brl Fancy Qustinerea, imfMrted Cloths and Doe- stint ol toa DQMt manntactnra, at rvtrniar ma: ai prices, to De ltd a. b. at a.r e, nini ib ana iw superior eiree.. fine clothing: Hell's Youths' Boys' Wear staantactared of the best material and litei patterns for SPRING & SUMMER. Large SMortnentof SPRING OVERCOATS I Fal lis. ol Gents Furnishing Goods Lata an NOBBY ETTLIS of HATS AND CAPS ! - ' "' JUST KECEITXD, Aaa wiH VasoM at a Braaerata advaacs frost erst. lva as a calL CEO. E. FAIKCIIIla, Y HOFFMA" BLOCK, bit K Facile Bqaara, Clsvalaaa, Out.. aaarU ; SPKIXe CtOTHLSe.-iT stock of pring Cfcthrtur is aow oosaples, aad a daily secetving new additions. - Peary QMimrre Pant aad TeMc, ' Tuocy Ceseitnere Ceets to match, . Fancy Csssimere Spring Otjrcoat, , - -Liixm Coaia, Dusters and Panta. to be bad at the present tov nrices as TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday Afternoon's Report. From New York. Arrival of Head Center Stephens. Kiw Yobk, May 11. Stephens, Head Center of Ibe Fenians, who arrived hare yesterday, was met on his arrival bv a eom n; it tee of the Fenian Brotherhood and by thousands of IrUhmen, who were anxiously waituur for bu arrival. He proceeded from the wharf to the Me tropolitan Hotel, followed bv the crowd, where he will remain for the present. Mr. Stephens remained in his room con vera in with the committee and receiving the calls of such friends as he chose to meet, in familiar conversation with the reporters of the preif, Mr. Stephens gave a few hints of ine object of hts mission, ana conuaenuy predicted that the Irish army would fight on their soil ere the expiration of tne pre ent vear. The committee of arrangement expect the Common Council to give Mr. btepnens a reception. There will also be a grand demonstration at Jones' Woods, when tbe Head Center will fuMy explain the object of bu mission to to is country. Bulletin from Killian. Mr. B. Dorian Killian has issned a war bulletin to the Brotherhood, in which he sates that he has made no reoort of his ac tions heretofore becatue the public should not know eveiythiDg connected with the war purposes until the action proposed is defeated or ia successful. But he proceeds to state that his enterprise on the Eastern border is onlv temporarily baulked, not de feated. He concludes bv statinc that he and Mr. O'Mahonv are on the beat of terms, have it. Stephens Serenaded. Mr. Stephens was serenaded by the 99th reciment, Col. O'Mahonv, who arrived at bis note! about midmgnt. Mr. oiepnens made a abort address, net lasting over ten minutes. His manner of delivery was slow, and his voice was so inaudible aa to be scarcely heard. He said be did not belong to anv party but came here to unite all the Irish people, and he should let no man be accused untune was lairiy tried and louna guilty. Party expressions has been doing a great deal of harm to the cause, and he advised tbe sensible minded .remans to re frain from such a habit. He said he came here by invitation and should keep quiet for a time. When the committee now ap pointed to inquire into the matters of the Irish Republic had made their report then he would have something to say. After expressing? thanks for tbe serenade and otn- er demonstrations, he continued his remarks by saying that tbe people of Ireland were prepared tor a lone time but tbev bad been disappointed in not receiving supnortW be Miscellaneous. The Tribune's special says General Han cock's board who are testing brcecb loading lire arms, were visited to-day by General txrant and oec rotary b tan ton wno are much inters tod in the experiments. The new reech loaders are fill tested with rradually n creased charecs up to ninety c rains of rme powder and four balls. But a small ?rtiun of the new models stand tbe test, be Galtinggun.butlt like a small cannon, was fired to-day before General Grant with great success. The prospect of Dr. Bayers being able to up?et the existing quarantine arrangement in Xew York and substitute a new set of o.ticiale through an act of Congress, looked exceedingly dubious in the Senate to-day. ibe printers ot tbe Olobe, laboring under the delusion that they have a secure and fat thin it of the nrintins: of the debates, have raised the price twenty cents a copy to the public. The Government printer estimates that it can be done at the Government office for $50,000 per annum, and in less tin.e. Action tending to the closing of tbe preaent contract is now being bad. a leitea irom orioiic savs tnat j. uui gbam has been appointed foreman of the Grand Jury by Judge Underwood, but he declined to serve upon any jury. District Attorney Chandler had received from Washington aa indictment against Davis for treason as a public enemy, which will Mrs. Jeff Davis. Mrs Jeff. Davis has been to Norfolk to get groceries to keep house with at the fort. Tbe people showered up3n her presents of all na, and eent ner tae cboicest boquetv. th Public Lands. As an evidence of the extraordinary ac- j vitv of the disposal of the public domains the CommiKsionor of the General Land Of- ; ce states, that in tbe month of April last. patents for California claim were issued amounting to 67,63. acres. During the same period Oregon donation patent, covering 37,i57 acre, were issued. The Chicago Collector-ship. special savs that ¬ tory reports have been in circulation for some weeks past concerning the Collector' ship of the port of Chicago. We are tin ally able to announce that Walter B. Skates name will be sent to the Senate for confir mation to-morrow, and that Brigadier Gen. eral Jdann will be appointed Collector of Internal Bevenue for the district. Good Evidence. As an evidence of the manner in which the proposed new live per cent, loan would be acceded to by business men and bankers, may be interesting to know that a wealthy gentleman of New York has 1 ready made formal application for $200,- 000, provided it shall be a thirty years five percent, loan, and that he can have his bonds in consecutive numbers. Postponed. The Times special says it is stated that the Senate has postponed the consideration the nominatiun of General S. F. Cary as Collector for the Second District of Ohio, upon tbe request of many of the leading merchants of Cincinnati, who wish to be beard on the subject before final action is taken. Important. Mr. Seward sent his protest, which has been published, against Austria sending troops to Mexico, at the same time that be wrote to our Minister saying tbat it troops had already started nothing could be done there, but if none had already gone he was instructed to withdraw in case any troops snouid depart alter nis protest nad neon presented and beMretbe reply and response should have been received. XXXIXth Congress. WASHINGTON, May 9. HOUSE. Mr. DARLING introduced a bill to refund and pay certain taxes on imported spirits, which was read twice aod referred to the Committee on Wavs and Mean. On motion of Mr. MORKILL the Senate amendment to the lioute bill imposing duty on live animals, was taken up and concurred in. On motion of Mr. BAXKS the Senate amendment to the House joint resolution relative to the attempted assassination, of the ,mperor or & nasi a was taken up and concurred in. Mr. SPALDING introduced a bill to aid in the construction of telegraph, lines, and to secure to tke government the use of the same for postal. military anaotner purposes. wniGU was ivau i ice iuu icjcucu aj mc Postoffice Committee, Mr. SCHE5CR obtained leave to have printed and referred to the Committee of tne .vnoie on tne state oi me union, an amendment which he proposed to offer to the tax bill on tne subject ot cigars, it proposes on cigarettes, or small cigars cot valued at over 5, tax included, ataxot fz; per 1000; on cheroots er cigarettes and cigars known aa "short sixes," made with pasted ends, not valued at over $12, tax included, a tax of $4 f er 100(1 ; where valued at over $12 and not over 20, a tax of 510 per 1000, when valued at over $20 and not over $40, a tax of $20, and on all valued at over $40, a tax of $-10 per 1000. Mr. BO 1 i.oflered a resolution which was adopted, directing the Commitsee on invalid Pensions to inquire into the expediency of amending tne pension taws so aa to place the defenders of our fathers on the same looting with the defenders of our mothers. Mr. HENDERSON introduced a bill granting lands to the State of Oregon to aid in the construction of a militarv road from Albany. Oregon, to the eastern boundary of the blate. it was reaa iw.ee and rciarred to the Committee on Public Lands. General News. Radical Meeting. Br. Locis, May 11. The radical meeting last nizht io commemoration of the capture oC Camp Jaekson five years ao, was one of tbe mcst entbnsiasue RalBeriDgs aver as sembled in this city. 8 peeches were made lrom tbree stanae. irov. i7gicsDTr oi uih uois, Gov. Fletcher, Secretary of State Rod mao, Cbas. D. Drake, aod several other dis- tirguishbd persoos were among the speak era. The following resolutions were nnam mooal v adopted : That the question of reconstruction of the rebellious btates belons- to the peopl through their Senators and Representatives in tmzress ana not me r.ircu'.jru. 2d. We ' do . not approve the at tempt of tbe executive to organise and recrinize the existence of the State government in those States without consent of Con ere. Meanwhile, we are opposed to the adoption by the general government of a policy of revenge in iss aeaiinga who sk. .nii- . tiaied in rebellion. his-Blrranrobatet " PlicT of PlaclnS a-aZ?if. fc to be reconstructed f th. hana. of thn. ho .T. P.?10: ted in th. rebellion agaiast tfle rederal vnvKrntnent. . "2d. W. are unalterably ""op position to the Emission . ?h,"h?' .? i- i t i., nt wva.r. us who have ac- tively engaged in 'rebellion, " 1- n M.t s it s. ilea. ahBTh.t th. wisdom and firmness of the Senators and Representativ. . .nj Tjnr.(uintjLtiv. 1Q Con- gresa displayed in the passage 04, the Civil Rights Bill over the veto of the 1 rrumem, meets the warm approval of all true trienos of freedom and liberty. ath, We regard it as the only true p. ,J1CT not to admit any representatives of the. M rebel States -into the national Legielatu until thev havee'ven ample guarantees fo.v a truly republican form of government in the future, and we are entirely opposed to tne repeal or modification 01 tbe so-cauea Congressional test oath. 6th. That the National policy known as tbe Monroe Lioctrme baa become a recog nized nrinciule in the Republic, and the es tablishment of an Empire on our border upon tbe ruins ot a itepuulic cannot oe tol erated. 7 th. That we are not opposed to but are in fevor of anr amendment to our State Constitution that can more perfectly guar antee the citizen in tbe enjoyments of his civil nchts and liberty. 8th. Tbat we bold it tbe only 01 congress not to adjourn before the alb of. alareb, 1S57. nnlesa the reconstruction of the Union has been settled before that time, ia the sense of the principles laid down in the declaration of Jeff Davis Indicted for Treason. BaLtikou. Hav II. Yesterday Jeffer d Davis was indicted for treason by the Gran Jury of the United States District Court, now in session at Norfolk. The trial of the prisoner will take place, it ia supposed, in June. AMERICAN WATCHES. REDUCTION IN PRICE or TKB American Watches, Jtlade at Waltham, Mass. ; N CONSEQUENCE OF THB KE- . CENT graat decline ia gold aad silver and all the niteria.li osed ia the Banafactarn of oar goods aod in anticipation of a still farther decline, w hare reduced our price to asiov a point as tbey can 1m placed With Gold at Par, so that ao one need haaitate to boy a watch now Irons the oxpeciatiosttMt it will be cheaper at some future time. The test of tea years and the aianofactnre and sals of More tmu 200,000 Watcbea haTe given our prodactlons tbe very highest rank ig time-keepers. Commencing with th de termination to make only tboroaghly eioeHent watches, onr business has steadily Increased as the public became acquainted with their value, until, for months together, we have bean oaable to sap- ply the demand. We have repeat, dly enlarged oar factory tmil Hng antil they now cover over three acres of gronnd, aad give accommodation to more than eight handred workmen. We are fully justified in stating that we now make MORA THAN ONE-HALK OF ALL TUB WATCHES SOLD IS THI UNITED STATES he different grades are distinguished by the fol lowing trade-marks engraved oa the plate: L. American Watch Co. Waltham. Mass. X. Apple ton, Tracy A Co.," Waltham, Mass. 3. P. 8. Bartlett,! Waltham, Mass. 4. " Wm. KUery." fl. OUB LADIES' WATCH of first quality is named "Appkton, Tracy A Co.." Wal tham, Mass. 6. Our next quality of Ladies Watches is named "P. 8. Bartlett," Wsltham, Mass. These watches are furnished la a great variety of siaes and stvles of case. Tbe American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass., authorise us to state that without distinction of trade-marks or price. All tbe Products of their Factory are fully Warranted. t tae b-t time-keepsrs of their class ever madein this or aay other country. Bayen should remember that unlike the guarantee of a foreign maker who can never be reached, this warsntee is gocd at all times against the company or their agents and tbat if after the most thorough trial, any watch should prove defective la any particu lar, It may always be exchanged fur another. . As Amer.can Watches made at Waltham, ars for sale by dealers generally throughout the country, e do not smM tnn fur arlDgio wattftiee. CAUTION. The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All person selling counterfeits will be prosecuted. BOBBINS A APPLETON, Agents for the American Watch Company, may 1 0: B 1 0-DA W IS? Broadway, K. Y. DRY COODS. AI'ER COLLAKS. 50,000 GOLDSJIITO'S - Presplration Proof Enamelled Collars Just receivad at H. HA.LLC CO.'S 147 WatT Street. apas NEW goods: Just received by Bailey Sro.'s 104 MOXl'MENT SQUARE. lust opened large invoice DRESS COODS, ORGANDIES, SILKS, AND French Cambrics! Also a new and choice assortment of Sun Umbrellas & Parasols ! AT BAILEY BROTHERS, 101 Monument Eqnare, near P. 0. ap2S-dtriW IRON STEEL-GLASS, &0. CXETEI.An, BROWS & CO. AOS. 23. 27, Jgv si nsrwiaas, SEXTON'S BLOCK. ?:2'. mtMtwoal"-1"1 TtrtMn- BDorteni. Hannfactarers. and Wholesale Deler in Bar. Boiler. Hoop and Sheet Iron. &anderron Bros. t Goe best Inplisb Cast aod Spring Steel, Nat and Wrought Sp lies, Hot and Cold Prraaed Kats and Washers, Aorwajr rtaii i-otw, oweaee 'ron. Cavrrifitrv AxIDs. SDrintm and Bolts. Borden's celebrated Horse Shoes nl Boiler BWett, GalTen- iied Sheet Iron. Cast and SiTer steel Axes, Anvils, Vises, Horse hails, ae. c. 8ole Agent Tor The Sale er RROH N.KIKWLI.L iO.S MHabOQln?" Iron Xall, and Cub- ntngnam lhrasfn ruift bargh City Glass, In this market. M6end for Price List and Circulars. Refer to asinfes men and Banker geaerally. mar3l CALVIN CARR, CLITILAHD, OHIO, ii'o. Si Mcvwin-tL, and & and 7 en Hit Pocl CLEVELAND BRANCH WAREnOFSES Of TBI Eagle Iron & Nail Works. WOLFE, HOWARD & CO.'S KzcxLsios Glass Woaaa. AKD WEOLESALI AOZHOIIS OF THB UlaTratba Xut St Bolt Works. Gaa Pipe, Tubing and Steam Pipe Manufactured by EAGLE IRON WORKS Also sole Agent for PITTSBURGH STEEL WORK Avdijlsok, Oooki A Co., Proprietors. In stock and recdTinc fan sappW at mr Ware house of Iron, Nails, Steel, Glass, Gas Pipe, &c nkv Send tor a Price Liet. iih these snperior aad veil -know a brand. Mt Mansrfskrttarer Prtc-ns I hope to merit a liberal share of patronage. Orders respectfully soli cited, CALVIN CABft. anW:BH Merwin-st. and 5 A 7 oa tbe Dock, VfAIliS 1B0X-6USS. MORRISON FOSTER, Ko. el and 63 Blver-it Shoenbeneer's Jnniata Nails. US LATA BOItrB PLATK, SHI1T 1B0K 1IAMMSKED llORfl BH0I8. ALSO, Sar IroB.Wlndo Glass, Kit ra Qnalltj driBMsstoaMw Beres avaxl Bar.1 All th. abova at WA!fl'rACTl"Br.Ti PBICKS. fwMO DRY GOODS. E. R. GR1SW0L1) & 10.; 21T Superior Street, Are open 1 og the most - beaatiful aasortmeut of SUMMER Dress Goods! Kvsr o(Trod la Cleveland: Having bought then at verv low prtoa wa are able to aire aur cuatomera al racial oargaius in many or tue uooos. w . ask ttI vntlon to our Mixed Poplins, for Suits, OiandieMaslin, ' Plain Jacconetts, Plain Percales, Printed Linens, Eernani's Crtsnadines, plain, Grenadines, figured, Black Grenadines, 3-4 and 8-4. One thona aoa different patterns of JUerrlmac, Cocblce, Sprague, And etbar ckslca tranda of American Prints to elecl from. E. E. GRXSW0LD & Co. marlO 217 EUPKRIOB STRUT 0.NE aiXBKKD DUZKN Hemstitched HandkerChlefi A CREAT BARCAIN, r. b, GBISWOLD CO., 217 Superior street. NEW GOODS! J. M. HOWER & CO., 1'24 OMABIO STREET, Will open TUESDAY, MAY TH, One Case Crape Horetz. One Case Organdies. One Case new Styles Dress Goods. One Case French Prints and Percale. PRINTS! PRINTS!! PRINTS!!! Hew Invoice new stylos Prints, rwetved this aa,. J. . HOWIE A CO., 124 Ontario atraet. snayT E. I. BALDWIN & CO. Offer this daj i Linen Sheeting, $1,00 per lard. 10-4 Linen Sheeting $1,25 per- Tard. v. rUni nn .rffiiment toeonvincsaU that these goods are lullj f per osnt chwpsr than cotton. An early call will secure a Bargain. - m.v7 . . a. 1. PJ1.U.'" Opening of Spring Cloaks AT H.T.Hower&Co's Bow ready all the latest aoveltteaia Spring Garments : Orders rocelrsd and promptly exKotod. Just received s full Stock of 9 AVIIITE GOODS ' " ANR Housekeeping Goodi! ALSO, A choice stock of of HOTTIHGHAaf LAC1 and MUSLIM CURTAINS, with DBY GOODS of all kinds, ob tae coraer. IX. T. HOWEK & Hi, 230 SUPERIOR 8TBKST. apt Crumb,Baslington& Reodall 34T Superior Street, ' Received thla day Kew Dress Goods: In treat varistv. at rreallv reduced prices. Call early to secure the bargains. CBUMB, BASL1KOT0K A KENDALL, ,p28 247 Superior street. ts. BRO., Skirt and Corset 11 an aractarers: EMOVED TO 3121 SUPERIOK HTREIT, nelt to Second Presbyterian Church. Their stor. has been newly niwu up. with all the convenience ana lasiiiues u .ui. u w. ..w ih. attention of our filends and cuelomers to call and ee our new store; opening oa Taursdsy, llth of Msy. KACrSlATI BSU.t JlIBHpwiwr-Bi t may8:B13 Melt to ad Preeln terian Church. opki-141. notite. I hate tnisaay O received a quantity of Linen cheetlnf , of ei- ceUent quality, wnicn naving wen irap-ww., .m enabled to sell at ll.bO a yard, which U ainch be low US real value. Also all nnmbera and widths ol Basala and Scotch Diapers at very low prices. opienaio qa.1117 ui BE0X HICK TOWELS At 14.00 per dos. and upwards. CASSIXEKKS. This dav received new Spring Casslmeres, aU Wool.oaly 1.S0 a yard. They are very cheap. 0.11 at B. uimAfln, fe.2S Cor. Pupertor-st. anu rnrnic .qn.r.. NEW GOODS! AT Hower&Higbee's A mios assortment of PARASOLS Sun Umbrellas! Jost recelTd. PRINTS, PRINTS, Knr Spring and Bvmsscr Styles opened this day at 239 Superior-st. is yS" pwrSIKBPAS-S. 1(M, 114, 12-4 J ura l-S VOaieri'a.cc., m rroocw vm. aajr B. &. 0EI8W0I.D t CO. I 8-4 DRY GOODS. E. I liALDTO & CO., Hare In store and offer to th WHOLESALE TRADE Bj the piece or package, the largest assortmeBt in una market ol Black Gros da Khine Silks, Black Gros Grain bilks. Plain and Fancy It r ess Silks. Foulard and Llnlns Silks. Organdies and Jaconets. Barges and Grenadines. Poollnsand Poolinetls. Leuos and Monamblijues. Lawns and Percales. Ginghams aud ibambrays. Ilei allies and t'ballls. Melanges and Argentines. Mohairs nnrt Alnar.is. French and American Prints. Klcgant Spring Shawls. Paisley and Paris Shawls. Berlin Wool Sfaaws. Spun Silk Shaw ls. Uarge fc Grenadine Shawls, Silk liasunlnes. ( loth basques and Talmas. xagmiieent Cloaking. Ladies ( Iotas and tacklnr s. French JaAmerlcanCasimere Tw eeds and I'ashniaretts. Black b Colored Coatings. Cottonades and Linen Drills Irish, Blay A Blouse Linens. Table Damask, Doylies and Xapklns. Bucks, Kerseys, Crashes, Diapers. Kottiuzham Lace UraniTles. Counterpanes and Quilts. Swisses. Jaconets. jHuI Is. Sarsncts, Tarltons, Brilliants, Buirreu, iueked and Dotlea suslins. India Twills. Boblnets. Blonds. Veil Sets, Bareges and Grenadines. Lace. Grenadine and Shetland Veils. Crapes, Crape and Love Veils. Cotton, Silk and Lisle Hose. faiores, Gauntlets, Mitts. Kmpress and Alexander's Kids. Foreign and Domestis Balmorals. Balmoral Skirtings. Bradley's Duplex Hoop Skirts. Ilcknann C A ' la - n - 1 a Raak LI l.io Thompson's Balmoral skirts. Irenes and American corsets. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols. Dress and Mantilla Ornaments. Of the above we offer an assortment nstsurpaaasd DT anj Douse weal ol Aew lork. uur DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT Is flUed with the choicest brands of Bleached and Brown Cottons. Ticks and Stripes. Dentins and Checks. Jeans and Drillx. Carpet Yarn and Warp. Flannel and Blankets." CASH BUYERS Of Dry Gooda at Wholesale will find oar stock wortliT of attention. nayj! K. IBALPwiy a CO. CLOTH AMD SILK GARMENTS FOR Ladies aud atlsaes, in all new etvles. with a complete etock of Silk and Cloth Coatings, From which we are prepared to manufacture to order. J.il. PkWITT A Co., mat 9 Mos. 7 and 11 fublic Square. J. II. Dewitt A: Co. Open this day French Prints, Printed Jaconets, ' Printed Organdies, Black Silks, Wool Grenadines, Black, White ana toioren: recaies. victoria Lawns for Linings, Embroi dered Linen and liuslin Sets, Hem Stitcntd llandkercbiers, Guipure and Cluny taces. J. H. DrWITT A CO.. iay9 Nob. 7 and 11 Public Square. - s a - S .FS Ll o r B B " mm ' i -j cd j ana -L?ttr O g 2.5-5 5 m I S S1? rM5 aaa. I 5" C1C O -5 CD -, aH a . S a p ts fg" a o so 3 o U uQ O sd CO .9 cd aaa. B,0 New Goods-New Styles SELBY,BROWiUPEiRSOxT Are receiving daily fresh invoices of DRY GOODS Among which may be found Special Bargains in DRESS GOODS! A choice and varied stock of DRESS SILKS! Sew Style of Snrins Shawls. W. asll especial aotioa to our foil stock of Housekeeping and Linen Goods, WHITE GOODS, Embracing full lines of Jaconet Cambrics, French Uembrira, flam and uottt-a bwimb, an sooks, Brilliants, Marseilles. Also,- CURTAINS ! Kottlngham Lace, Embroidered Mnilln; Buff, also ureen vnriain iioiianu. Bradleya Hoop Skirts and French Woven Corsets, ine nea. in iUtnci. We alio offer full assortments of C loths, Cans!" marea iKrmpstica, 1 rtnts, ate. Call at 130 ONTARIO 8TBEET, a few doors south or Park. apu 51. & 31. K. SUTLIFF Will open on Xonda , April 30, A foil and oomplete assortment of all the varloui Drandaor PRINTS! Brovn& Bleached Cottons ! WHITE GOODS ASD LEVEXS ! Also aa entirely new line of SI MM IB CA4SI MIBES AND 6-4 CLOAK1.NGS. Tb. above roods are now arrivinr, and comprise all the latest stales in market, which we will sell lor the veil I Lowtsi rsius At Wholesale and BetaiL Parties desirous of purchasing anything In tbe way 01 DRY GOODS ! Will at alt times find at this House goods that are desirable bota as to price ana quality. M. M. K. SrTIalFFp 1W Superior -tt., opsosit Weddatl Hoasa, apSBlft 7s H in P w.s ro V) It MEDICAL. Sweeping Eventhlng Before It. tMTERSAL FAMILY Fill ED, DODD'S GREAT BCMIDT F0S BrfifllriTur TTn ffnlfla f f r aaaw bj W VAasaJaaf HI) CUUINO Til E IB EFFECTS. Tbls niediclne Is a rrt snccess, because it meets the wants of erer memberof tb fanulv When yen iaji cold, renort at onoe t turn FEVER CXRE OR SWEATING DROPS! and joq can break It up in a harry. HEAR THK PKOPLK. VOICE. Thtj auderufgneti, irn.ui; that DODD'S FEVKB CUKK or SW EATING DROPS in to be extensively otT(rxl for sate Ihroughout tbe conn try , dtire to pi onr tcetimoay to it, great Tains. We h.ive need tbls iDedicine in onr famili, some of us for 10 and 12 years, and are accustomed to dVpend upon It whenever aoy one is ttitckt.-d with any of the many symptoms of colds- We know that for Sappresalon tud lrrfrnlarllies, to which so many Ladies are subject in this climate, it is a timoiy relief 1 ten hey, Rheumatism. .Soreness of Muscles, Inflamiuatioa of tbe Lunge, Cosub, bore Throat, Ac., yield to its power, and is efllcacioas wheuvjTer tke dr. rvorieh natient needs aonA. thing to induce refreshing inolKture and sleep. We recommend it as an honest, reliable family J. Carroll, Union Straw Works, Foxboro. Haas, J. D. Howard. Foreman South Boston, Iron company. J. W. Peckett, Printing Ink Man'ftr, K.T. city. A.-. iiK'WBoDwwr, rroTiaence, ft. i. Frodnrlck Paine. Denot M aster. Mam field. Mi F. H. Mum hall. Manufacturer, Gochesett. Man. L-T. nIint, AMU-boro, Mass. AndlUOTUKSS, whose names can be seen at onromoe. it costs too cinch to adTertise them. Try the nWicine yourself. Price fl. All Drug- ALSO. DODD'S NERVINE ! la a SPECIFIC for what is termed NERVOUSNESS ! is i an aromatic, etherial cn-enc. of srrat power and absolute purity. It is a SRDATiVE. a soother of the Ner Tee and nerTent excitement. it contains flu U11U41. HOHPHIK1-. or iniurl- KOTICI THIS IMPORTANT FACT I Unlike other preparations for Karroos Diffeers, It reiieTes oeiiTeness instead or producing it. It allays all irritation, and produces a delickms sense of repose calms the agitated mindquiets the throbbing muscles and twitching nerves and repairs the waste of tbe vital force. THIS IS For NEURALGIA use BODD'S NKBVINf. For KKKVOUS DKBILI f T use Dodd's Nerrine. For SLEEPLESSNESS ana Dodd's Nerrine. For Mental Excitement. Loss of Strength, and Avery iorm oi xterTOUS insease, USE DODD'S NERVINE. Price tl.OO. Sold by drncgista smrally. 8TBONQA ABMSTBUMl. Wholesale Arenta Clevelsnd. H. B. 8TOEIB A Ct., JanluUl 4 John Street, Mew lork. THESSIS KU BUCK WtJRD AS FAIL! TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF CUBEBS AND CCPAIBA Is a sure, oertaia and speedy cure for all discanrs ol the Bladder. Kidneys and Urinary Organs, either Male or Female, freqnentry performing a perfect cure in the short space of Three or Four days, and aiways in lees Time ttvan any other preparation. In the nse of TARRAST'i COMPOUND EXTRACT 09 OUBEBi. AND COPAIBA there-, no need of confinement or change of diet. In its approved .vrm wi a paste, u is entirety lasteiess, and can see no unpleasant sensation to the patient, and ne ex poenrr. It is now acluowledged by the most learn ed in the Profusion that It tbe above class of diseases, CUBEBS and COPIABA are the only Two Remedies known that car. be relftad dim with any Certainty of finccess. Tarrant'a Compound extract ol unbeoe and Copaiba NSVEB FAILS. M anufactnred only by TABBANT A CO., 78 Greenwich street, New York. sT-Sold by Druggists all over tb. World. my9:B. m R.GODDALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. AND MODE OF TBXATMKNT 18 .THE ACME OF PERFECTION. Ir PksbtbUTH the secret am both of this terrible disease, aud exterminate it, root and branch, for Ter. It Rimotes all the wretched mntoma of this loathsome maladv. and arerts consnmntion. (It Cliass the head, deodorises the breath, and Swords the most grateful relief. it &LLKTUTIB mora agony and siient sturanng than tocirne can tell. It is Notbd for enrintr the most honelesa cases. that erery known means failed in. No 7oaH of Catarrh or noise a tna neau caa re sist its penetrating power. Da. Ooodalx'b Catarrh Remedy is nanniess Uqnid, inhaled from tbe palm of the hand. Da. R. (JoODAL is known througbont the conn try, as the Author of the only True Theory of Oa- tarrn ever paDiienea -moae oi a rea.meni ana ttapid Cure in ail its lorms. La. Oocdalb's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be read by erery one. It can be obtained at our near est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to onr office. Price VI 00. Bend a stamp for pamphlet. O. R. PARKER. Bole Agent, 76 Bleecker street. New Tork. Mr) hv a. W fTTjARR. 01Tt.land. fobR:,?! CITY NOTICES. XTIITH.IC Tft all wbom It may con- rt-sular mcstinir of the Citj XI cern. At Council of tha City of Ue. eland, held May 8, I860, tne following resolution was adopted, via : iVcwrod, Tbat in the opinion of this Council, it dwmed necestary to srade and improTe Minne sota street in accordance with the plans and pro file of said street ia tbe city mil angineer s Office. Any person or persona claiming damavyes by rrasoa of said improremeut, aro hereby requir ed to file tbeir claims In writing with the City Clerk within Uto wet-ks from tbe first publication of this r eolation, or be forever barred from filing any claim, or recelring sny damarrs therefor. May 10, 1866. aylt)318 XT 0T ICE To aU whom It may con- cern. At a retrular meetinff of the City tkjuncil ot tha City of Cleveland, held May 8, 1801, tbe following resolution was aaopiea, viz : . Bmoioed, That in the opinion of ibis Council It Is deemed necessay to grade, pave, and improve Superior street, between Monumental Park and fcrie street ; also, to grade, pave, ano improve Krackfort street, brtwesa Beneca and Water ntrtwts. Any person or persons claiming damagea by reason of such gradiug and paring, are berrby notiQvMl that they are required to file their claims in willing with tha City Clerk, within five weeks from tbe first publication of this notice, or be for ever barred from filing any claim or receiving any damages lUvreior. c . sxiuij, any ciera. ay 1", maynftaia NOT It' K To owners and agent- ot lota and lands bounding or abutting on both sides of Wllley street, between Columbus and Pearl streets Ton are hereby notified, tbat the notice heretofore given to pave the sidewalks on tbe aforesaid portion of said Wllley street, is withdrawn. By order of the Board of City Improvements, M. O. WATTKltaOS, Cleveland, May S. lSWi.-may7;3U Clerk. N0TIIK To the owners and agents of lots and lands bounding or abutting upon both sides of Bridge street, between Pearl and Fulton streets; upon both sides of West Washing, ton street, between Taj lor and St. Paul streets: I on will please take notice inai you are nereoy raAiiirtai tn rrmAf. rravel. and flaff with brick Or stone, six feet in wiiith, the sidewalks in front of vour rerusr'ctive lots and lands, in accordance with the general specifications for sidewalks in the office of the City Civil Knirtneer, and to complete tbe same on or before the first day 01 August, iwx. Ii the above rco nest is not comblied w ith with- in the time h rein specified, the work will be done bvtfaecitv with stone, and tbe cost thereof as sessed as a tax upon tbe property bounding or abtittinr upon tbo sidewalks improved. liy order oi tne xwara 01 uity improvements. niaj3 314 M. O. WATTs,hSON, Clerk rrt) ALL WHOM IT MAI COSCkBN.- X Notice is hereby given that it is deemed ne easary by the City Council of the City of Cleve land, to provide for the coos trust ion of a branch ewer or drain in Chestnut street, west of Muir- son street, and to provide for the expense thereof by assessing a tax upon tne iota or lanos availing uuoneaia tomiBni strewi, luruuKu wu-a huu Mr shall naas : and for that nurooee an ordi nance ia nendinc before said City Council. All TM-rnanti owainz oronertT on said street as afore said, havintr oblections to the construction of said branch sewer, are hereby required to file the same in writing with the City Clerk of sam city, witmn two weeks alter tne expiration 01 iun weeaa fi-om the first publication 01 tnis notice. By order or tbe uty uouncii. . E. HILL, City Clerk. April 86, I860. ap26:3U XT0I1CK TO COXTBACTOBS. Pro- noflali will be received at the office of tbe City Civil Engineer, until 2 o'clock p. m. May Zlst l$4rf, for grading and paving Prospect street, be tween Frie and Hudson streets, pavement to be wood. Sepai ate bids will be received for grading and pavintr. Plans and specifications may be seen and more particular information obtained at said Engineer s omce, on ana alter tne m aay 01 may next. Tbe Board of City ImprovemenU invite tbe sub mission of bis, reserving the light to acceptor reject any or all bids. By order of tbe U'jtvra, jun. t n. 1 cija vt , ap2S:3l City Civil Engineer. ICE. PlllE SPBIXG PO-ND ICE. HE CLEVELAND ICE COMPANT are now prepared to furnish Families, Stan reads, ttottls, sc., with Pure Spring Pond Ice rr th. Muca. at as reasonable rates as any othet Ccupanv in t'te city. Contracts entered into for large and small quantities. All orders for ship ni nmmntlt attended to. avar Leave orders at Msltbr'a Ojater Depot, 2H0 superior street. ,,i330 C. CHAM. Agent. ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE! ! ! PURE LAKE ERIE ICE! AM FBEPAKED TO FURNISH the beat anality of lea at th. lowest possible i .rtn. fli. n.m n.MWtn;at DOieiS. HWril- fnn Houaea, Bhops, Stores, Ac. My Ic Is consid- . A .K. )Mt . nil nnreat in market, it bains; reun' Ine Lake Erie Ioa, and not the impure atolf taken from tha stagnant Canal and Biver. Ail order, can he sent through tha Pcstcc directed toma. MEDICAL. GLAD NEWS. FOB THB TJBrXJBTrjSATB. BILL'S BPJKCIFIC PILLS. ABB WABBANTKD IN ALL CA8X8 ror tbe Baasdy and Permanent Oar ot all ariains; from geinal Bxoeaaes, ar VOUTHFUL lNDlSCKBTIONB. aeminal Lose, Nlshtly Kmiasaoaa and Seam si o.uia, uenual, fLjaical aad lamas Debility, Impotence, Oleet, Ozaal Diseases, Ac. HO CHAKOK Or DIET l A KSl!SflAiST And they caa be used without iiui w k box contains 80 Pilla. Price On. Dollar. Ir .mi cannot gel tbem of yonr DrnxcUt, they will be sent by mail, securely scaled, post-paid, with roll Instruction, that insure a core, oa raceipt of taa money ; and a paaphl.t of lj pacs oa taa arrora of youth, the conseqoence and renwdy, sent frM. ten cenU required for poetaira. AddreeaDr. JAMB8 BBTAN. Comal Una Phraidaa. SIS. Broadwav. M. T. For sale by 0. W. CLARK. Dragslst, III Saaa. rlor street, Olweland. sep4:r:wstd TO LADIES. If yon require a reliable remedy to restora yoa ass DR. UARVKI'S FKMALK PILLS. A never failing remedy for tbe romoTal of ObstmcQ tloos, no matter from what canse tbef arias. Ther are safe and sure, and will restore nature ia every cam. Thry are also efficacious in all cases of Weak aeas, Whites. Prolapsus. Ac. held in boxes ooa 6enJ for Dr. rlAKTIY'B Private Medieai Adris- er, addressed to fcmale ; 100 pafrea, civinc full In structions, 10 oents required for postage. If yow cannot purchase the Pills of Tour PruKsist. thev will be sent, post paid, secure from observation, oa tne receipt oi une iKiiiar, by Lrr. j a si kjs b it i JLa , Oonsnltlnri Physician. 813 Broadwav. H. T. ITor sale by Q. W. CLARK., Drnggut, 19 Supa. nor -rri. iw,N.n1 . p4:rtir wta MORE VAI.UABL.it THAN COLD BRTA.V8 LIFK PaLS, PUB1FT THE BT.OOrt. B move Headacbe, IhxsineM, OiddiaeM, IrrawaJ. aeas, L npiosaaat llroama. Dimness ot BlgM IndigeotioB, Cleanse tb. Stomach aad Bowda, Insure IW LIFE In the Debilitated, and RIbTOBK TUB 81CS TO PKKFECT HEALTH Try them I Tbey only oost it senta, and it yoa cannot act them of vour Drusralai. send tha monev to Dr. JAM BBTAN, Conanlting Phyalciaa, U oroaaway, a. I ., ana tney will pa seat by turn mall, poet paid For sale by O. W. CLARK, Druggist, 11 Bupa- nor axreft, ueveianq. sep4TS:wstq PERFUMERY. NEW PBIIFUBIE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. A fftwst Kxawiaitr, Delacatal mu4 Fna Smut Perfans, itistilleal frwaa tha Bare and Hcaawliiail Ftwarwr IVwbb whick it takra ila . HanoStctared only by PHALOI a SON. Beware of Counterfeits. Ak fnr Jft aion 'mTak s ecAevs 8oM by dragjrlata geseranj. feb2n:J42-eod)W SPRING BED BOTTOMS. WRIGHT'S PATENT SECTIONAL SPRIAG BED BOTTOM ! THE BEST & CHEAPEST SPRING BED In use, for Steamboats, Hotels, and Pri vate Dwellings. Ten years' experience proves that tbey are bet ter adapted to satisfy the wants of tha public than any otbi-r Spring Bed in the market. It is acknowledged by all that they possess ad vantages that render tbesa superior to aa jibing ye. prbsen.eo.to i uf cuu u 1 7 . Iii all cases, if they do not give entire eattsfae tion after a month's tilai, the rnonny paid for them will be refunded. WARRANTED OK T1SK IB. in. a. Sold bv alt flrst-cUss nuholstera and fnrnitnrs dealers throughout the United States. Call and examine. IiIPPINCOTT 4 CO., Only Manufacturers, anl2:S?2-eo1 2"9 Canal street, Wew York. REFRICERATORS. neVRIGItRATORS. ri, BirBTSIBATORg. fifteen different aiaes and paturns, lacludinf Bchoolev's celabratwl " IceberK," Jewett's "Arc tic," " Palace," and other styles, at Manufactor er's Prices for cash. WATKB-C0OLKB8 AND WATWB-PILTIBS, An .nitahl. for store or house uss. Torrej's 4-Minute Ice Cream Freeiers rron.Wruqaani. Illustrated Catalogae, witb price Hit, cn behad on application. Vn w" ,pii : 334-eon lor. BPperioT aon wnBi.-B-w1 SUNDRIES. Attention ! FARMERS, CARDNERS, CARBON OIL REFINERS, DRUCCISTS, MECHANICS, Furniture Manufacturers Dealers, HARNESS MAKERS, CISTERN BUILDERS, MASONS, And the public feasrally. Tbe subscriber kMpa conatanUy a aaad, at ail Warerooms, JTo. 51 Merwin D.ee CLEVELAND, OHIO, BONE DUST, PLASTER PARIS, AND WATER LIME. SAND PAPER, NEAT3 FOOT OIL, Aad curled hair for ettees, Sofas & Mattrasses. ALSO, CATTLE HORNS, Glue efall Kinds nnd QnaUtles, Aad .very thing ia that Una of trad. i - t. . a arwi. street, as it will be for your intareat to purchase of nret hands, and hav. but one profit to p.7. COUIITRT ORDERS SOLICITED 1 PR0PIT FIIUB XEBMS CASK. r Second-haad Ho ranted. mar2:B12 i.d fait brrds always OEO. sairn. DYEINC. IRXOKSICIa CTBUI, Trench aad Paacy Bteasj Dj Works said Oleaarnf Istablishment, Belvidsr. tarsa, Bast Qavalaad, and m Seaeea street, r.-... iita n.,-.ea street. Cleveland. O. I mean to make this the BEST DII-HOU8I Ifl TBS WaliT, and sbsJl span M. Cart loflvaaataa. I call tb. emcul artsntloa of Gentleawa ta th. lirauvau rKin dtiss Of CTaaalalA-tta.B aisi i Oataiiaal mmm turfs r In In In In on lb INSURANCE. CONTINlNTAL Life Insurance Company, Or nartford, onn. : JIt!r BV. KICE, Pmld.t, (A9CE1, . UOK. btsarwtaUT ' R G. H. Huntington, Get. Ajcent. OOtce JTw. 7 Psibllr fta ClrVILASD, OHIO. WITHOUT DETKACTIUG IN ' i f least irom tbe tMrlta n .f.r.nt. .v.l. 3tn'-," Pvfectly obvious, front tbe lat Slf t Insurant. UommisshHasr ot Maasa- . iw uunnnentai ranks among tb r.!.T ,0".'.nc Companiea in th. conotrv both In reference fit. capital. ,!. of etwse.' to premlnui receipt., ,r.nxp.n with JZSTil pays it. lows, aa w aa th. .t.,u.. i-..".. ' and capability of it oflrers and manavrs. Ta. Continental poaeasses all the advantages of th. practical experience of older orajpanies by adopt lna all t' . improved and nonnlax aaethod. nr.r.n. ina; policie., by which th. aaasred reoeiva tb. tTaatest posalbla beaellt sack as tbe andowment; Boa-forfeltlap: ten annaal payment systaataad ' correct Baetbc-d ofdiatrlbutlon of dividend.. Persons wishing to Insura or ooaneet tbemsetvea with the Comnanv aa A r.i, win nni. k. orotberwhwt. " " ' f,B- HFNTI" "TOW, General Agwt, ap27 H Ko.7 Pubiic Bq.ar.. develaoq, O. ' L. D. HUDSON. General Fire, Marine and Lift Insurance AsenL 0ca, Orlatf. Kichaaga. awe Dwaeriar Btrwat. v. aa nuesiaa mim. . Baokeya Mutaal Ins. Ca., Clevalaad. Aaaasa unio, yrira and Marina) J a ..Ti, Market Firs Ins. n M. w i "i'S Pulton Plrslns. Co.. Sl'aST S.Vr'o'rk'LTfi-.v - ?.?r". HS Cnitrf Statw Accident Ina. Co., SyiZ ...ouvioa ' " B,W losses Prompt! Adjasted and Paid. Particular attention mim - . . . ari . - .u. wiia.tiaewa at arine Loss: v.. D. Hciwow. n. n m Adjuatar. Oapt. O. A. Suiirn, Marina Inspector. apTBJ BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS. COMPANY. FIstE AIB 1HABIWE. ttJ ; $200,000. Profits dfviderf la ruH a. i . ., koldara. Thirty per cent. Cash Dividend paid oa the earned premiums of all partici patina Policia. for year 18J. Takes Marine Hazards of all Klrds; Jlra Bisks oa Bnildinsa, Mwchandiaa, rarnitnr. vsasels in Fort, and th. h.r.. !. i .u. .rally. DIBICTOBS: pTki. T.'lker, J. H. ChamWrliB Chamberlia, W. W. Paltoa, C. A. eardnar Amasa StoneJr.L. D. Bndaon, A. W. JTrenoh. ruton, a. L. w illard. Oflirw, Owlatfa Kirhaace, ! law-. nor-aa., Clcwolaaal, K xi p. BUPS0N. aW "n-BM A" flAlllrl. f"lM Iaipeotor. THE Mntnal Life InsnranceCo. OF NEW YORK. FSEOESICK S. WI5ST05-, Pre.ldent. CASrJ ASSETS F3SB. 1, 1868, $14,885,278.88, H ollacr American Ufa Issasirauaew Com auiiea Amount of Assets, all Cub ; - the Superior Character and Safety or lis investments Amonnt of Annual Income, all lass ; tbe Amonnt of Dividend Declared ; Tbe Dividends being larger in amonnt and In proportion to Premiums paid tban bas been declared br anr oth er life Insurance Company. Tor Agencies in Ohio or for Pamthleta anil ra.. Calais With fall nartlnU. i - ' -0HN a JENNINGS, apll dEKERAI, A6EST. 8V71 ISSIR.4JVCE COMPACT, FIRE AND MAK1NB. Office Ko. 178 Superior-st., Cleveland. Capital ft2aO,004.ao7 ToUy represented by rirat-Claaa standard Securitiea. BIBICT0B8. Illllmaa Witt, John T. Warner, Jaaaea Mason. . Bobert Banna, V. I. Baldwin, lienry Harvey. H. at. Chapln, O. A. Brooka) W. H. Pries, J. P. Booisoa, Qto. Worthinson. 8TILLXAN WITT, President. H. M. CUAPIN, V. PreeiOnt, X. O. BOPSi:, 9.TetaiT. mar30;B3 FOR SALE. SALE OF Sailroad & Turnpike stocks. Ornosornx Cowimiohkm or Si;n.Ti Firrat COLLMBUci. UtllO, ApiU 1, lttrvs. I IN PTJKSUANCE OF A JOINT BtNolntloi, of tha Gnrml Atvembly of ttw 6UtQf C'hio, ptviwrtl April ffrittttr, Mledk.dil will b nceiTed at this offloe until 12 '-lock noon, th lit davy of Jqdo, 106(, for all or may part of the tork ownrsl by tbo NCato la too lot lowing Turnpike and Railroad Companiea, at wblcta tln bid will 1m opened and the contract of aal awarded In caa tbo Coumlaiionera approve tha am, and tbo Governor ball gin bia cnant tboreto la writing, tu : Am't of Stook. Bandnikj, Dayton tk Cincinnati Bail road Oo 1395,800 00 Sanda.ky, MaMtUld A Newark KaU- roaa vo.... .... M ii,tm3 in Batovia Union Bridfra Turnpike Co. 90,260 00 Cincinnati, Cumooa k Wooator Turn pike Co.. 75,800 00 rincinnati k Hamilton Turnpike CoM 44,860 00 Cincinnati Harrison Turnpike Co 86,060 00 Cincinnati Xenia Turnpike Co 103,660 0 Uoleraln, UzforUA Brookviifo TornpiAta Oo. 85.T75 4T 31,480 09 49,460 00 66,460 00 66,iJ0 00 Dayton tk Cor inn ton Turnpike Cow Dayton Lebanon Turnpike Dayton A Sprinirn)ld Turnpike Co-, Daton A Wee turn Turnpike Co.HMm Hamilton A aVoenUlo, Uarrlown, UX- focd A fair Haven Turnpike Co 49,472 CO Hamilton. BomerTila A Katon Tuxa- tfpikeCo 49,926 00 amilton,8pringfleldA Carthage Tarn- piKe jo os,ou w Tbe bide ebould be andored ' Propo'lMfor Mail- TQtvdttock," TTinik ftock,' aa tbe oaaa may ba. JA9, u. uuifaAH, rrrwioen.. VfM. BXNKT SMITH. Secretary. W. H. WUT, Atfy 49m' 1, ap27:S18 Commlwionra of tbe Sinking fund. SSWKR PIP8. I bavo ob band a large aafortment of tha test quality of 8BWEB PIPE, which I offer to tha tra at tha loweai market ratea. Call and eea it at my Coat Tard ob Canal, foot of Vineyard treat. HOUSE FURNISHING. Oil Cloths! TABLE OIL CLOTHS ! By tbe Piece or Tard. - E5AMEL A5D MAHOGASY OIL CLOTHS! CAKEIASE OIL CLOTHS ! Oil Cloths in Sheets f AT THB lVcw Carpet Store, MARBLE BLOCK. SASFOKO, KETES at MIX ap1T:l0 UD1ES' DPARTMiT. Common Ceraan & English DAMASK! LACE CURTAINS ! Ia pairs saw Styles. NOTTIMiM CIRTALVS f la pairs or hv ta. yard. WINDOW SHADES 1 AJl raristlea. HOLLANDS! Ia all colors aad wldtha. SHAKER BLINDS ! Cll .no ' ,w CABPIT STOBa, MABBLA BL00K. .r.iT:io gj,arron. Kyrrw atjHg NIW SITUS sasMwAt f BCCK1K8 JUST .111!) H:l l ou . t i .. I la I t i f I ...... v II J .. tan IIS u j- H I i, . . -:'.,-1 .