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ISAAC J. FRANK
- MaaaJactsnr of and Dealer la
HOOP SKIRTS
AND CORSETS,
Ko. 123 Eaperier street, snder tbe
jobbsob House.
Alwaye D band ma utenMv uwltiiMt of latest
styles ud patterns. Wholeeal dealer cu be
soppled . k. th.u Nw York Market ru.
aaar- Skirts suds to order a. ahorteit notice.
is; 1: La
"special notices.
WFOB MOKS THAN' TWENTY
years MATHEWB' YBNBTIAM HAIR DTK has
tood the tost of trial, and is constantly iwsreaaiiig
THB VBBETIAN BAIB DTVta tb best
eaeapest made. It. prk is only 76 cents, ud each
tot tie contain, doable the quantity of dya in thorn
niiir soic ior i.
TUI BA1B DYE Is maauGtctured bv a Deciliter
prooms, whtefc resteers it taoniu-ly superior Co uj
aye is market. Being comi-Woe o od. fcottle, do
, preparation la required, which (really siniplefte
hm application.
IB USING THIS DTK re e.oid that ii-tt.
ftaaa appearance by watch drnd-hair and whtalsn
re so readily recognised, bn as inferior ar-acle
baa been a tod, ae It produce a pcriecity ner -j
color of any had that M required, from th
. brown to a jetty, lo.tron.bUck, that will aotadt
crock or eUtn tbe dotlunic- Invest 76 cents, u4
ro will beroBTinoed. bold by ail DruggUU ud
Jaacj uooos ijwaiers.
A. I. MATHKWS, Manufacturer, H. T.
DIMAfi SABh'o 00., Kew York, Wholesale
Agent. al0:al
4WPHILOS0PHY OF MAKE I AGE.
The Proprietor, of t-eHew York Mamm of Anat
omy naTaojetamuned, teaarojees oi expense, to is
sue free (for tbe benefit of offering humanity, and
s a pyres Ion of quekery) four of tbetr most inter.
Mtinjc and instructive Lectures on Marriage and
It Disqualification., Nervous and rftysica. ieu
ty, Prematare decline of Manhood, Indigestion,
Weakness or ltopreeaton, impowncy, Ajom oi a aer
ify and Manly Power ; the Great Social Bvil, and
those Maladies which result from yoothfnl follies.
mwijmi of maturity, and ignorance of rbjuoiogy
od law of nature.
Theee Invaluable Lecture, have been the mean
ralisrutenin; end saving thousand, and will be
erwarded free, on reript of fonr .tamps, by ad
drswiiif BKCBETABY, Sew York Museum of
Anatomy and MedidiM, 618 Broadway, hew York.
ieoion
fci" M &RKIAGE AXD CELIBACY,
A Away of Weraing and Instruction for Yosng
Mea. Al-o, mmHn and inM watch proetre
to. vit.l power,, vita tare nwni of relief, rent
fro of charge to eaU letter envelope. Addre.
Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa
tion, rnuaflpnia. ra. mayl'.' a-j
IIUNNEWELL'S
Kl.tfTIf I Tbe claim, lor this valMd Family
vt t o I PiU are beyoad that of aov ether la
rill LB. uv. A teat of tbem will BotooiT
pror. thM. tmt to. rroater error or
riPinjr which has heretofore been cited Character.
Tb. Iiiptic Fills never require orer two, and eel-I
rtS'.iTh-tsnp.rlrTte.T:
portance, particaiarly In
Cbronlc Congtlpatlon
For which take a Single Fill every, or every ether
n ir. lit. x&ey never prodnce oeMlity and care in.
dLtwlion, Pyrpepsia, Head Ache, Liver and Kidney
CWntplaiutt. Piles, Worm, Loss of, or Impurities
of the Biood, Low of Appetite, and all lrange
inDt. of Bowel or Btomoch.
r-god by aU Wboire.ke and BeiaU deaiers in
neaicin.
.JOHH L HUNSEWKLL, Proprietor, '
Practical Chemta.
decl:dw:eem Qommercal Wharf Boston, Mass
gjTHK GREAT UEW ENGLAND
BXMKDT. Dr. J. W. PoIand,s White Pine Com
nnd, w bow oftered to the afflicted throughout
the country, Alter karinc been proved by tbe test
of eleven yean, in tbe Mew Sag Land States, where
its merits have become a well known as the tree
from which. In pert, It derives. Its virtue. The
Whit Pine Compoond care Sore Throat, Colds,
Congas, Distheria, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood,
and Polmonary Affections generally. Itisare-
tee, Oiflcnlty of Voiding Uriae, BteeaUii; from tb
utaneys ana tfiaaaer, urarei, an outer com
I tints.
Give it a trial ff yon wonld teari tbe cf
good and tried Medicins. It it pi 'f bm a and
en re.
rVid by Draggmta and Dealers "C'.-a'r J fftne
taily. GEO. W. fiWETT M. D.. ProDiletor.
Bostoo, Masaj.1 1
BKKTON, MYRRH C CANFISLU, And BTBOMQ
A ABM3TKON1, Agenig. Jania:B10-w
t&TKS BSIDALi CliAUifEii-Aa
aeay off Warning and Instmction for Toang Mob,
Also, new and reliaUe treatment tor Diseases of
the Urinary and Bexnal Systems. Sent free In
oaled envelopes. Address Dr. J. Sfclllin Hongfatoa,
Howard Awtor,titWii. Philn.elThia, Pa. nr 9 M.
MEDICAL.
MDiySV.tYH 41
E -. ' - . . pi
JQQ 00LUR8 r&KXIUMI
. SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
AID
Impotaacy Cursd,
AfTKB ALL OTHER TBI ATM INT FAILS.
DKvA.GIBn.
T.srmerla'swr New Tark Cttr. will BAT one hand red
dolier tor tbe proof that he ever I aits to core the above
named diseases. lie will py the smu sam for the
proof that any ether Phrwician in the United State
treat the same dtoeaee with equal snoce,
AR"r many rtrs ot lAborion study aad exaertenos
Ir. ttiheoB t bappr in oeuur aote 10 annonnce ia uie
anfortunete, that he ha sio-ivcted a 7ten of treat-
Bsnt lor
Till HPESDT ANP FIRM ANINT OTJER
ef the above, add also ail eoatAarVMas diseases of the
Heorodnctlve OrtpWR, with all bad effect aravaa
Uiererrooa, Including General
ntitiiiTT nn mkrvotth PRfWTRATIOH. -
nrpiana niedM ig eorlnp c?- to this citf, seta ef
whom ha-1 expended hQDdren of dollars with stf-st-led
pr-iciaas, wlto nrole i to treat all etlrnU
niaiaaira wifn actoa. auu wiwnu nuniiua
BWaa-w: n.rtifla ttt twnflt
Dr. btou doe not boast tht he Is a mesaler 4
t T - r V . j ..U-af tna innUSdllt I
othersde(ir the purpose ef ensnaring the innoCaVBt, I
and who hold out tTrat expeoMtious. never to be I
SoneUouav in iaondnn or rene, aajaemaski et-au
pwli-vad. Botwhat Dr. G. mlcht ixtastof UtM,uns
he to able to giveeottro entlstaction to those wbn re
nw eoamdeoe to his abUitr and iDbvrrity, and that
be ha perfected an American system of treat toent
which ch&liwoares aor f hrsician ol London nr I'arie,
ot nr r-ter.t mel:ne, to iual forth radical cmre
of erminal wee.lv ne. asd all diseae or droje-
snent, botn snentai aua earsKai. anainc ironi eexn
Dr. Glbeon also claims for bis new tTrntToent the
foUowtns advautae ever all otnarx yet awceverea.
And, first, tbe events need are in no itwpects die
asreeable; he earn no reJiceo the dark a, snrh as
SAetvnry. or any cxnw wMmnvgj amx , wii'ait.
no mtrirtioo in dkt or bnatnoea is raj tun.; thi:
htotreattnent isareitlve ana certain in all oases.
U
stands spared to mo into any wNle or private
hoaTpttaitn the United 8ttfls, and deaaonstrate tbe
Immense superiority of his new tTeatnent over aor
IUlfwr; IXJVe UV la Ul aasva ww.su. aaa evm. aa r' "Jrw- I
nee. perman:'oy. iilrtiiens, satets and ooavenienos
I toe purrtw.
Dr. Oibeoa is aerteanenttv located In CVvelaad,
andha darins tbe ptwt five years performed tmanr
ran. of dwekee which had tor years restarted aO
other modrw ol treatment. Stefereooas can be riven
toiadtvidnais of the first respectabuity In Cleveland,
Boston, tsew ion ana otner ciiim, in resnra u bklu
a.ad intemTTirr Id all nrofeasional traDnactions. Drs-
Kpeea, Itbenmausm, tkrofula, all diree of the :
rrinary OrKant, and aU tXironio insoases treated
arirri anitmarirtr anae
rMedicinei sent to any sort ot the oonatry, on
feoeiet of ten dollara.
Dr. Gibson's new work on PhrsiolccT tor sals at
Moaoaa
DB..01B801,
BLaxnopaTav in Mssrairs.
Oflke tifSeoeca streeti a few doors from superior,
p stMss. oppoMte tSty uotet
s-iifflce hours from 9 to U and fraaS to 5 o'clock
Dny (SnnUy(ieTortdJ Jn 17
FOR SALE.
SALE OF
Eallroad & Turnpike Hocks.
Ctrtce or trk t'osiifiseioxtKS or Sinkhto Ftmt )
CnLl Mtm. Ohio. April Id, I80S. J
IN PUKSUAKCK OF A JOINT
Beeolntien of the General Assemblv of the
Mtateef Ohio, paeoed Aptil L 186A, sealed bids
will be received at this ottce until 12 o'clock noon.
on the 1st day of June, 186ft, for alt or any part of
the stork owned by th State In the following
Tnrupikuand Railroad Comptuies, at which time
the bid win tie openea ana iiie contracts ot sate
awarded In case the Commissioners approve the
un, and the Governor shall giva hi consent
thereto ia writing. Tlx :
Am'tofStock.
ftaadaskv. Davtoa A Cincinnati Kail-
road L swo,pw ov
raaiaeky, Mansfield Hewark Bail-
road V-O..
11.C6 U
Batavia A Union Bridge Turnpike 0o
Cincinnati. Cdnmbae 4 WooelM Turn
.10,200 00
pike Co T5,00 00
riaciaaati a Hamilton Turnpike (Jo 44,850 00
Cincinnati 4 Uanison Turnpike Co 86,060 00
Cincinnati a Xenia Turnpike Co 103,650 00
tolerate, vxloraa dtoobtum luxape
Co.
85,775 47
31,480 OS
49,490 00
86,450 00
6,900 00
4B,4T1 00
49,923 0
DsTlon a CoTinitton Turnpike Co ,, .
Iyoa 4 Lebaaoa Turnpike Co
vtaytoa a Hpriafrneid Turnpike Cfu-.
tarOB 4 Weeux-a Tornptks Co..
liamiluia 4 KouTille, Darrtowa, Ox
ford 4 Fair Haven Turnpike Co . ..
Hamilton, SoawrvilM A Keloa Tura-
I links On-
fianlltoa,&ptingfieida Carthage Turn
pike to .
33,450 00
Th. kid, should to .adored " Pror It far CM-
road tLtck," Trnntpikt flock.' as the oase may Be.
JAR. H. GODXSN. Pnaident.
W'M. BSNET SMITH, Secretary.
W. H. IHT, Att'y fiee'l,
ap?18 Oommiseionet. of the Pinking Fund.
IWKK PIPE. I have on hand a large
i aasortnient cf tbe nest quality Of Blii
H PR. which I offer to the trade at the lowest
market rate.
Call and see it at atj Coal Yard oa Canal, foot
of VtBevard street.
apP3ia K. y. HAMMOKr,.
REMOVAL.
RSaiOTAU-Mr. F. H. Xorrlt kar
ing removed his Clothin; Store from Ko. t
sf onnment &qnr to GO Prospect street, respect
fully asks a contiananc of the patrons o libe
rally bestowed upon him in the past, and hope by
. iacreeeed faciiitie and strict atteatioa to the
wants of hi eastomera to merit the same la the
fata re. Eastera fashion received. AU work
varraated. A rood assortment of cloths an hand
Whtoh will be sold at the lowest rates, or made
ta the eest ana bor iMnrrfninr- v 1
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" MONDAY, MAY 14, 1866.
CITY NEWS.
Every facility for a Business Education
furnished at Bryant A Stratton'a College.
Tai l"iTio Statu Cibcoit Con sr. The
Icaaeof Waterman . Palmer was submit
ted to the jury Friday night in a most
able charge by Judge Swsyne. No decision
hai yet keen made.
Tag Umted Statcs Distbiut Coct. Tho
argument in the case of the United States
vs. Ethan Allen Brown wa opened Saturday
morning in a very powerful speech by Mr.
HcSweener. counsel for the defense. The
District Attorney will appear for the United
States Saturday afternoon.
Bbetetteb. Captain A H. Comstock, of I
this county, has been brevetted Major
acknowledgement of hia faithfulness in his
duties as an officer of the Quartermaster's
Department. Tho Major has occupied some I
of the most responsible posts in the Depart-
ment of Virginia and is one of the few that
is retained in the service at this time in
that Department. He is now stationed at
City Toint, Virginia.
I
riCKrocxrrs. For six months past a very
shrewd gang of pickpockets and counter-
fellers have been lurking about the city
and its vicinity, u seeking whom they might
devour.'
Our officers have watched them closely
and have bad for a long time very good
knowledge of their lines of operationa. Thia
eity waa used as a sort of " headquarters
and their travels were mostly on the line
of the Toledo, Columbus and Newark roads.
About two weeks ago tbey left the city and
went westward. Reaching Clyde, they
took to the Fort Wayne k Chicago Kailroad.
At a little station called Honroevillc, they
lound a good thing, as they thought, and
proceeded to action at once. The Express
office was opened and the safe taken out
carried across the road and blown open
and ft bout $600 taken. Going on to Fort
Way ne, tfareo of them were arrested on
suspicion and held until evidence was pro
cured making their guilt unquestionable.
The ringleader, however, came back to this
cilr and has eluded capture tin til Friday
night. lie waa entrapped Friday at one
his resorts and taken off to Fort Wayne
Sheriff Pratt, of Fort Wayne. He has
gone here by the name of Jack Brows, and
one of tbe most cunning villains of his
class. Indictments have been sent in
against the four rascals and they will doubt
less be made to smart for their crimes.
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Vocal Music i oca Pirlio Schools. At
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cry wn wa. umiguiea uj uie singing oi
scnoois. ine pupils snowea great pro-
ficiency in vocal music and the spirit and
expression with which they tang proved
well their careful aad judicious training.
W. W. Partridge, who haa entire charge
the Musical Department ia the public
schools of the city has labored under many
disadvantages and deserves great credit for
what he haa accomplished. The following
extract from his report to the Superinten
dent is of public interest.
I found the discharge of my duties,
thou eh more laborious than I anticipated
quite pleasant and agreeable. The arrange
menta for giving the lessons to the classes
were to come together were quite good,
attended with aa little inconvenience
possible, though in some instances a part
the scholars in the secondary schools
were obliged to stand during the loason, for
want of seats. Could a sufficient numSer of
seats be supplied, it would render the lesson
these scholars at least more interesting.
"-High Schools passed thronghacom
piete course of elementary instruction, go
tnrougn all tne various Transpositions ox
scald, and many of tbe pupils became
enabled to sing tunes in ail oi the diU'erent
keys, with a good degree of facility. The
Grammar 6chools advanced in their eli
menlary course, aa far aa through two or
throe transpositions of the scales, and
goodly number acquired the ability to sing
those keys quite readily. The Secondary
Schools progressed in elementary instruc
tion, so as to be able, generally, to sing ex
ercises and tunes in the key of C, and learn
ed, aa did all the schools, a large number of
tunes.
I have examined all the manuscripts for
musical examinationa of the scholars,
which have been sent to me, and am obliged
state, that the general standard of the
schools does not range as high as I antici
pated. Perhaps the fault is somewhat my
caused by an over estimate of their
musical knowledge, while making pat the
questions for their examinations, I can
truly say that 1 think there ia much more
an ordinary degree of musical talent
lU9 BCUOUIB oi our CUT, Bud iuai) or a
J . j .
continued course of correct instructions in
music in them, a very large proportion of
scholars, during their school term, will be
come able to read music readily with the
voice, and all in a greater or less degree,
share in the healthful, refining, andlevat
ing influ nee of music upon the body and
mind, and lead both the scholars and pat
rons of our schools, duly to appreciate the
advantages of a musical education, and es
pecially of pursuing those studies by which
is acquired, in connection witn those of
other departments of education.
Tnder the arrangements for mutual in
struction last year, the Primary Schools de
rived no benefit from the singing lessons,
in a few instances where they joined
Secondaries, and I would recommend,
if consistent, where the teacher of the
Primary school is a singer, she attended the
Secondary School to learn the tunes and
them with her own school ; where she
not. that she selects four or more of the
singers and send them into the Second
ary School, (where there is room Vduriuft
singing lesson, to learn the tuiiea, and
them in their respective schools. In
way the Primaries may derive some
benefit from the singing lessons. I think it
desirable to divide the East High School into
singing clasees; the first, or A class to
consist of those who can read music in tbe
different keys somewhat readily, and the
second or B class those who cannot do so
readily. By such an arrangement, each
class might progress according to its own
ability, without interfering with the other.
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AUCTION SALES.
FOR BUS AT ArCTlOJi On Tuesday,
May lHh. at 10 A. M.. at 44 Crept. n street,
P-paa of Horses, Warons and Harness; also
Horse and Cart. Sate positive. Terms cash.
mvlo.."M FKKD. KtMBKULY, kuclioneer.
SELF-RAISING FLOUR.
BEST ARTICLE IS CSE.
K. 8. HAKBIXGIOS'S
SELFRAlSjAG FLOIR!
Barn Time, Is Economical, and
K KYI It niLS.
old la onantttfea to suit nurcbssers at la
CLKVKLAND MILLS.
Liberal discount to Dealers,
This rkxr nerds bat a trial, to U broairht Intr
E. RE.MIGTO. & SOXS,
MAS Vr ACTVKERS
Revolvers, Sifles,
MUSKETS & CARBINES,
roe th United State service. Also,
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,
REPEATING PISTOLS,
Eiflc Canes and Kcrolvlns Klfles
Rifle and tthot Onn Barrels, as Gnn Katerials
sold by Gnn Dealers and tbe Trade jrrnerally.
la theee dy ef RoaaebreakioR and Robbery,
every Horn, a; are, Rank, aad Offlca, should have
one of
RemlnFtoafl' Revolvers.
Parties deeinnf to avail tbeawetvs of the late
tmprovemeaU ia Pistols, and superior workmaD
shlp and form, will nad all combined in tbe tfew
Remnrten Revolvers.
Circular coatsioing rati aad d'sciiptioa of oar
Arm will be fnrni&hed sp n app'tcatioa.
C RUIHGTON A SONS. I lion, N. V.
MOORR A MCH0L3, Agent.
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TELEGRAPHIC.
Saturday Afternoon's Report.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Tbe National Bank Failure.
Tbe Veto of the Colarado B1I.I
It will be Presented to the Cab
inet on Monday.
The New Ten Cent Piece.
The School Houses in Memphis to be
Rebuilt.
HEAD CEXTEli STEPHEMS.
n8 iTOmiSeS 10 Hake a LengthJ
Speech at the Great Meeting.
Washington News.
Cabinet Meeting.
Kew Yobk, Mar 12.-The Herald's Wash-
jug ton special says that the Cabinet meet-
ing of to-day was an unusually short one.
ah me members were present exceDt Attor
ney General Speed. But little business
could have been transacted in the short
time in which they were in session.
The New Tariff Laws.
The Committee of Wava and Meana are
doing nothing as yet on tbe ne'
tariff laws,
prefering to wait until some final action has
been taken upon tbe Internal Revenue tax
laws.
Indebtedness of the Merchant's National
Bank.
The following ia a statement of the in-
debtneas of the Merchants National Rank tn
tne United States as taken fromtbehooks of
the hank- Tl..ill l i , .vl
lreasurer of the United
State.?, S0S.jfi7:
paymasters, $614,45: other disbursing offi-
cere and agents, 'J0.28i) ; total, $763,312.
Of this amount .T6'.',182 wa deposited be
tween the 20th of Anril and 3d of Mav. the.
aaie oi me iauure oi tbe bank. Among the
aepo-iiors oi tne Danx were a. A. Kisler.
supervising special tjent of the Treasury,
who had on deposit $24,.S42; Elijah Sells,
ouperioieuueni oi xnaian Allairs, nearly
cil.'HiO, and Thomas J. Hobbs, diabursinr
JFP P-nent, upward.
government
think if they realise '0,00M, exclusive of
tne security lor the national deposits, they
will be extremely fortunate. It is also es
timated that Bsvne A Co., of Baltiinore.are
ndehled to th. Uk fn. . . .
1 t-: nnn " I
new ijr .i,v,iu.
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A Special Relief Commission.
General Howard has appointed a snccial
relief commission, of which Surgeon Robert
Reiburn is President, and 6. J. Bowen Vice
President, to distribute the $25,000 appro
priated by Congress for the relief of the
destitute colored people in the District of
Columbia.
ket
The Blaine-Conkling Investigation.
The Elaine-Coukling inveatigatlng com-
uiuiee is movinr eiowiv. interested politi
cians, and others, are said to be here from
" i.,...mu,njiu ue persua-
aione and personal influences tc deter or
cnote eh any investigation that would ex.
pose the official frauds that were Deroetrat. I
iu ui 19 luaivcr.
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aad
Rentrenchment.
The select committee of five, consisting of I
toSTSZ'J7
into consideration the proprietj of re
ducing the clerk ical force of the Interior
Department, and increasing the pay of the
remainder. The saving to the Department
this meana, it is estimated, will be about
$r,000. Various Heads of Bureana were be
fore the committee, and generally argued in
favor of the plan. A bill for that purpose
aoon be
Confirmed.
The Senate to-daj confirmed General
Mann a- Collector of Internal Rnvenn. fnr
Firat District of Illinois, vice B. Bchei
der, removed.
Henderson's Bill.
An attempt will be made ia the Senate
pass Senator Henderson's bill restricting
President's power of removal from
ce without cause.
Veto of the Colorado Bill.
The veto of tbe Colorado bill will be pre
sented to a special Cabinet meeting on
Monday and then transmitted to the
Senate.
And
Bad Conduct.
In the case of the Merchant's National
Bank, had it not been for the conduct of
Colonel Paulding in disobedience of orders
attempting to prop up the concern, be
cause both of his securities were directors
the bank, no loss wonld have been sus
tained by the Government. The Court of
Inquiry are still taking testimony in his
and will week.
"Putting their Heads Together.''
The House Committee on Public Exoend-
iturea met to day and laid a plan for the in
vestigation of alleged fraudulent passes on
Boston and Kev York Custom houses,
Schools in Tennessee.
General Howard vesterday received the
following dispatch from General Clinton B.
Kiske, the head of the Freedraen's Bureau
Tennessee, dated Memphis, Wednesday,
!lb, IMS:
bchool Houses will be rebuilt and schools
open again in ten days. I shall remain
till waste places are restored.
TN
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(signed,) CLiXToa B. Frsaa,
the
Major General.
nave
The Times' special eaya the indications
unmistakable that the joint resolution
wnicn passed the House yesterday will be
modified in the Senate by atriking out the
third section entirely or substituting for it 1
provision declaring certain classes of
promint rebels forever ineligible to office
under the riational Government.
can
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some
Collector of Chicago.
The President haa appointed Col. Walter
Scates Collector of Customs for
The New Five Cent Piece.
To get up the new five cent piece which
soon to be issued will cost about $600,000.
There will be when the coinage ia complete
three and a half million dollara in circula
tion. for
acre
Receiver Of Public Monies.
Col. J. L. Collins, formerly of Ohio, haa
appointed receiver of public monies
U. S. Depository, at Santa Fee, net J.
Greiner, late of Columbus, Ohio.
General News.
Affairs in Virginia and North Carolina.
ollna.
Ktw Yoke, May 12. GeneralaSledman
Fullerton, the Commiasionera appoint
ed to investigate the workings of tbe Frecd
men'a Bureau through the Southern Statea,
have mado a report of their observationa
Virginia and Xorth Carolina. They sus
tain the charges which have been freely
made against the agents of being interest
ed in speculation, etc., and recommend the
removal of the present officers of the Bureau
from theee States, and the transfer of the
duties to officers commanding troops in
these States, as the agents have but little to
all cases for trial or adjustmnt having
boon turned over to the civil courts.
All
to
A Compromise.
Taov, X. T., May 12 The iron moulders
strike in this city, which commenced some
weeka since, is now at an end, tbe last
foundry having gone to work to-day. There
been a compromise between the men
employers.
any
the
From New York.
Stephens.
Xr.w York, May 12. At a seranade to
Stephens. Head Center of the reniane, last
night, he made a short address in which he
repeated hia assurances. His mission here
was to close up the gaps in the order pro
duced by dissensions. He promised a
lengthy speech at the great meeting soon to
held.
TONSORIAL.
LONG HUMAN HAIR.
FRESH IMPORT ATIOBT.
YITM. DAT HAS REMOVED TO 102
Y TUBLIC hQUaRE. ilit. WILLIAM DAT
havinc jovt arrived from Europe; wonld In
form the Ladies aad public generally, that he has
aow open for inspection the laricest and maat com
plcte stock of HUMAN HAIR UOODi ever offered
them in Cleveland, liandeonie hoot Hair.
brenptt eepedally for tbe manniactnrfns; of
BWAIXHEb, BKAllm, Wilt UUD UK-Wb.tB.
Ladiw will do well to examine this beantifal
Hair before nurchaoinc elsewhere.
K. B. Many very pretty Head Dresses fcroagat
direct from Paris the very latest fuQlcn (new
desifcu in Coils, Twists, Pows, afce.) Any of the
dot tieaa uree-e. ail or wnicn can be Bia4eont
Switches and Braids wit boat Inicrv to either.
am- Ladies Hair Dressing ia aU the latest aed
ryASOSI CKXENT For wending
Divtcn rocaery, uiaasware, sancy nrtactee,
Price 2ft cent. For sale by
may 10 CHUKOHILL ABSOTfiSft.
nn.
CLOTHING
CLOTHING I
ELEGANT
LIGHT SPItLG SLITS !
In all tbe NEW COLORS andf
Latest Style of Cut,
At Very Low Prices,
Opened to-dy:
- J. M. DeWITT k CO.,
Kon. Taaid 11 Pnblle Square.
at it hi
Oao. A. Davis, . M. L. M.
FSIXOTTO,
JTfl, Tori.
Cterefaad.
ESTABLISHED A. D., 1S4T,
Davis, Peixotto & Co.,
M""CKe"
REM MM CLOTUtVG,
Corner of Superior WtlcreU,
UDer for tb. Spring and Suatmer Season a large a d
w.u HNiini brick oi men ana Boy s
CLOTHING.
The Ooodi are made expressly for oar Traded aad
oiji., m uueo aoa w oramansBip are
llinnl in tho RMt Pncfnm TTn.lr
" " ' vuo.vau ll USA
A choice selection of
CENTS' rUHSISlffifGIGOODS,
Suet as fader Garments,
Ctsslmere and Flannel Shirt,
Paper Collars, tc- tc
roamiinx the benefit of an lutera connection.
are enabled to offer superior lndocements to
purvnMere oi seaoy aiaae uiotning.
Nearly twenty years' experience In Western
trade, gives ne annmal qualifications to supply
"r.I.Y'"..': .f". Paaas generally are
oeill.
DAVIS, PEIXOTTO At CO.,
Cor. Water aad Saperior iU., and Ho. t Water st.
ami ia
IJKlKimU DULY -Tne latest
xnriHoiiMan.iid noin.i. ij..
Fancy Caarimeras, tetportad Cloths aad Doe
skins of th. finest manatactnra, at regalar mar
prices, to be had at 8. MANN'S,
ana lot eoperior street.
JUST KICKIVKD. Goldsmith'. Kn
amH Paper Collars, Bagl. xtolded Enamel
Paper Collar, fiathawav Oarratt. En.m.1 p.
Collars, Embroidered namel Paper Collars, Mar
seilles Paper Collars, Massasoit Paper Collars
X. L. Paper Collars, t. be bad in any qnaatlty
at lowest prices, at 8. MANN'S
FIiE CImOTlUlTG !
V0B
Men's Youths Boys' Weitr !
Maeubcrared of the best material and latest
patterns lor
SPRING & SUMMER.
Itargs assortment of
SPRING OVERCOATS!
ral line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods!
Late and NOBBY STYLES of
HATS AND CAPS !
JDST BSCSITID,
win bs sold at a moderate advance from ecsf .
Give tt.1 a call.
GEO. K. FAIaU IIILD,
lot HOFFMAN BLOCK,
Kiel Bide Public Square. Cleveland. Ohio.
marSl
SPUING CLOTHING. Our stock of
Spring Clothing i now complete, aad i daily
receiving new additions.
Fancy Caasitnere Pants and Tests,
Fancy Oaasimere Coat to match,
Faocy Caen t mere Spring Overcoats.
Linen Coats, Dnsters and Pants,
be had at the present tow prises at
roans i o. Bunri'P.
American Watches.
REDUCTION IN PRICE,.
or
American Watches,
Bladeat Waltbam, Mass.
CONSEQUENCE OF THE KE-
CENT gnat decline in gold and silver and all
materials used in tnemannfactare of our goods
in anticipation of a still farther decline, we
rednced ovr prises to as low a point as they
be placed I
Willi Geld nl Par,
" aoon. need hesitate to bay a watch sow
spf!atto tkat It will boemmporat
future time. Th test of ten years and the
mam. fact are aod sal of
More tbstsi 200,000 Watebew
given onr productions the very highest rank 1
among time-keepers. Commencing with the de
termination to make only thoroughly excel leal
oar business has steadily Increased as the
public became acquainted with their value, antfl,
months together, we have been unable to sup
ply the demand. We hav repeat dJy enlarged oar
factory trainings until they aow cover over three
of ground, and give accommodation to mere
eight hundred workmen.
We are fully justified In stating that we now
make HOE! THAU ONK-HALF OF ALL THX
WATCHES BOLD IX THI UNITED STATES
different grades are distinguished by the fol
trade-marks engraved oa the plate:
1. " American Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.
2. Appleton, Tracy A Co., Waltham. Mass.
3. " P. 6. Bartlett,' Waltham, Mam.
4. "Wm. EHery." -
A. 0UE LADIES' WATCH of first quality is
named "Appleton, Tracy A Co.," Wal
tbam. Mam.
6. Onr next quality of Ladies' Watches Is named
" P. 8. Bartlett, Waltham, Maas. These
watches are famished ia a great variety of
silts and styles of cases.
The American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.,
authorize as to state thai without distinction of
trade-mark or price.
the PrtrdneU of their Factory are
fallyr Waiwmmteti.
be the best time-keepers of their class ever
1st thnoraayothereouatry. Bayers should
remember that unlike the guarantee of a foreign
maker who can never be reached, this warantee ii
gocd at all time against the company or their
agents and that if after the moat thorough trial,
watch ebon Id prove defective la any parties
lar. It may always be exchanged for another. As
American Watches made at Waltham, are for
by dealers generally throughout the country,
do not solicit orders for single watches.
CAUTION. The public are cautioned to buy
of res pec ta We dealers. Alt persons celling
oontTfelts wfl be prosecuted.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
A genu for th Aatericsa Watch Company,
mnvlOiBlO-DAW 162 Broadway, N.T.
PROFESSIONAL.
DENTISTRY,
BITLKR GftKESrillaS hTC re
moved their Dental Boom to House No. 282
Auperior street, opftosit Can Building,
c. a. atrrua. - sosui easrucL.
myl:B16
CHIS, W.AC0SW1I W.SOBLK,
Attorneys t Counsellors at Law
AMEBIC AN BUtXDINOS,
Ouvsimun. Omtx.
MILLINERY COODS.
SEA SIDES!
Just received by
L. BENEDICT SON,
AT
WHM,FStl.I All It IT II-
TTTHirK WASH BKC8HIB 111 slits.
IT For earn y
CHUB0H1U BROTHER,
ami IX 0atarto-iU
J.
One
New
1
on
In
asrly
E.
-4
10-4
It
thee
With
we
tor
ted
Darn
Sar
ia
Bros.
Nnt
Nnt.
Cron,
Vise.,
"
until
June
at
1-t
to
over
tbe
F-
DRY GOODS
E. R. GRISWOLD & CO.,
21T 8tipei lor Street,
Are opening the most beautiful assortment
SUMMER
Dress Goods!
B rer ottered in Cleveland. Having bought them at
vs ry low prices we are able to s;ive our cnitnmAn
pciai nargains in many or theUoods. We ask
atieuuou io our
Miied Poplins, for Suits,
Organdie Muslin,
Plain Jacconetts,
Plain Percales,
Printed Linens,
Eernani's
Grenadines, plain,
Grenadines, figured,
Black Grenadines, 3-4 and 8-4.
One thotiBanil dtflorcnt patterna of
itlerrlmac, Cochlco, Sprague,
And other chjic ttranda of Amaficaa Prints to
select from.
E. KeGRISWOLD&Co.
arid
217 SDPEttlOB STREET
0.K IIODKKD 00ZKX
Hcmstiiehed Handkerchiefe
AT
A GREAT BARCAIN,
E. B. GBISWOLO 4 CO.,
817 Bapertor .treetL
NEW GOODS!
M. HOWER & 0.,
lit O.MARIO STREET,
Will open
TUESDAY, MAY TH,
One Case Crape Morets.
One Cae Organdies.
One Case new Stjles Dress Goods. .
Case French Prints and Percals.
PRINTS!
PRINTS!!
PRINTS!!!
invoice new styles Prints, received this day.
J. M. H0WEB A CO.,
124 Ontario atraet.
m.vT
KAl'FMAX & BROq
Skirt
and Corset Hannfacturers !
TBM0VED TO
aJlat DUrjiI.iUn
m nl t-TTHT'nTI-lTI
) bTBERT. next to
Second Presbyterian
Church. Their store hs been newly fitted ap.
iih all tbe convenience aod -anilities to suit cus
tomers. We ask the attention of our ff lends and
cuetomers to call and eeour new store; opening
Tburiday, 10th of Slay.
Kaufman A BttU., 3ia Bnperiorst ,
iy8:R18 Next to lid Presbyterian Chnrch.
Crumb.Baslingtoii & Kendall
24? Superior Street,
Received thia day
XW - Ovoes Oooalo I
great variety, at greatly rednced.pricea. Call
to secure the bargains.
CRUMB, BASLINGTON A KENDALL,
ap'28 SIT Bnperior street.
I. BALDWIN Su CO.
Offer this day
0
Linen Sheeting, $1,00 per lard.
linen Sheeting $1,35 per Yard.
will require no argument to convince all that
goods are lully per cent chespar than
An early call will secure a Bargain.
mayT . i. ual,u in et uu.
ulll' ml BP W U D V lC A 1 -lit J il J
and 13-4 Counterpanes, at reduced prices.
y4 B. K. tvBlrWUbl UU.
IRON AND NAILS.
WHEELING MILS !
The Sale of tbe
EAGLE NAILS!
Having increased beyond the capacity of our I
Works, has led me to accept the AGENCY of the
WHEELING NAILS!
Manufactured by the
BEL5I0.M SAIL WORKS!
which, torether with the I AO LB MAILS.
trust we may be able to supply our trade, and
wnjcb i respectiaiiy solicit oraers at
manufacturers' Prices
CALVIH CABB,
85 UCBWIH 8TBKKT.
IS. B. This is the Sole Acency for this celebra
Nail, and its superiority is familiar to every
Dander ia tne country. mayii
JAIIS IK0S-GLAS8.
MORRISONFOSTER,
5o. SI and 63 BlTer-st
Shoenberger's Juniata Nails.
CNIATA BOILER PLATE, SHEET IRON
BAMSlEltED HOUSE SHOES.
Also,
Iron,Wlndow G!ags,IxtraQnalltr
GrinttatonB. Borra ataad II orom.
All tbe abnv. at
KASCTACTIIBEK'S PRICES. -
f.hlO
IBON STEEL-GLASvS, ttC.
CLETELAVD, BROW1V & CO.,
Kosk 85. S7. 2 3 1 MerwIar.,
SEXTON'S BLOCK.
P." M HTCHCOCK'K,,,,, 'artnsra.
Importer., Mannfactnrers, and Wbolesal. Dealers
Bar, Boiler, Hoop and Sheet Iron, tianderion
A Co.'. best English Cast and Spring Steel,
and Wrooeht Spike., Hot and Cold Preeerd
and Washer., Norway Nail Rods, Swede.
Carriage Axle., Sprlnr. and Bolts, Burden's
celebrated Hone Shoe, aa! Boiler Rivet., Galvan
ised Sheet iron. Cast and Sirer Steel Axe., Anvils,
Horse Nail., Ac. Ac.
Sole Agents for the sale of
BIW., BO.VHELL dr. lO.'S
Mahoning " Iron A Kails, and Cnn
nlngham A Ihmsen's Pitts
burgh City Glass,
In this marknt.
augend for Price List aad Circulars. Refer to
tnainee. men and Bankr. generally. mar31
BIFFLIE8 IOR MAfilXX I0SPITAL.
DisTaioT or Cctahooa, l
CrsroM HoisE, Cleveland, 0.
May 1st, 1866. )
NOTICKIS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
sealed proposals, accompanied by proper
guarantees, acerrdins; to forms to be furnished on
application to tais office, will be received thereat,
VZ o'clock merMiian, on tbe first Tuesday in
next, tor the supply of tho Marine Hospital,
this city, with the articles of pro i ion. medi
cine, Ac , enumerated in said forms. The quanti
ties stated are estimated with reference to the
number of patieate ia the Hospital, but the
United States reserves tbe right to take more or
s of said articles, accordingly as they may be
actually required If the articles delivered at the
Hospital are not, ia tbe judgment ef the physi
cian, of tbe best quality, and adapted to the Hos
pital, he will be at Hberty to reject the same,
purchase other articles la their stead, aad at
charge the contractor with aoy excess in the sost
tbe contract prices.
The United slates reserves the right to accept
proposals for the wbots or aoy portion of the
articles specified.
JOHH C GBAKNIS,
mayl Collector of Cnitome.
ITU IB BBSSHSS Good and Cheat
OHS aVBILL BBOTnaa,
of
by
or
ST
Sew
We
south
apHS
cellent
enabled
low
Scotch
At
Wool,
Call
San
SI.
A full
Also
The
all
for
Will
A
kinds,
it.
sale
DRY COODS.
E. I. RALDWLV & CO.,
Have in i tore, and offer to th
WHOLESALE TRADE
By the piece or package, the largest assortment in
this market ot
Black Cros da Rhine Silks,
Black 6ros brain Silks.
Plain and Fanrv l!roa Klllc
Foulard and Lining Silks.
organdies and Jaconets.
Barges and Grenadines.
Poplins and I'opltnetts.
Lenos and Mosamblques.
Lawns and Percales.
Ginghams and Ibambrajs.
mci aiiics ana inaiiis.
Melanges and Argentines.
Mohairs and Alpacas.
French and imerlcan Prints,
llegant Spring Shawls.
Paisley and Paris S bawls.
Berlin Wool Shaws.
Spun 811k Shawls,
barge & Grenadine Shawls.
Silk Basquincs.
I'luth Basques and Talmas.
Hagnlflcent Cloaklngs.
Ladles llothsand Sacklnts.
French & AmerlcanCasimere
Tweeds and Casbniarctts.
Ulack & Colored Coatings.
Cottonades and Linen Drills
Irish, Blay ii Blouse Linens.
Table Damask, Doylies and Xnpkins.
uucks, aerseys, trashes, Diapers.
Aottlmrham l.aro llranprlpa.
Counterpanes and (juilts.
Swisssa, Jaconets, Bulls,
Sarsnets, Tarltons, Brlllianls,
Shirred. Tucked and Dotted Muslins.
India Twills. Rnhinpt. Hlon.U
Veil Nets, Bareges and Grenadines.
Lace. Grenadine and Rhp.tlanri Vrlla.
Crapes, Crape and Lotc Veils.
Cotton. Silk and Lisle. Hnkp.
Gloves, Gauntlets, Mitts.
Km press and Alexander's Kids.
Foreign and Oomcstis Balmorals.
Balmoral Sbirtin?s.
Bradley's Duplex Hoop Skirts
rSXStiflffiSR SUri
ireieh and American Corsets.
Sua Imbrellas and Tarasnls.
Dress and Mantilla Ornaments.
Of the Above We Offer bH MloHmnl nal Bitmaaaml
any house west of Kew York. Our
DOM ESTICDEPARf MENT
Is filkxl with thecnoiceet brands of
Bleached and Brown Cottons.
iicHs ana m ripen.
Deninm and Checks.
Jeans and Orllltt.
Carpet larn and Warp.
Flannel and Blankets.
CASH BUYERS
Dry Qooda at Wholesale .ill
wo'tbj of attention.
Snd our atock I
J"H E. ATJVWO A CO.
n j I
v I
SEIBOR0WS& PEARSON
Are receiving dally fre.li invoice, of
DRY GOODS!
which may be found Special Bargains in
DRESS GOODS!
& choice and varied stock of
DRESS SILKS !
Style of Spring Shawls.
W. call especial notice to oar full atock of
TTnnPAl-Anwilmi m -mt I
UUUSCHCrpiU U11U LIB I'll UOOOS.
WHITE GOODS,
Embracing full Hoes of Jawoet Cambrics, French
v-uiun.s, i-iain aua uottea Kwtsse, Aan-
wm, uriiunnts, juarseuiee.
Also, CURTAINS!
Nottingham Laoe, Kmbroldered Muslin; Buff, also
Green Curtain Holland.
Bradley's Hoop Skirts and French Woven Corsets.
iue pest in market.
also offer fnll assortments of (loths, Cassi
meres Vvmentja, Prints, Ac.
of Park. . apl3
PAPER COLLARS.
50,000 GOLDSmTirS
Frespiration Proof Enamelled Collars
Juat rect-ived at
II. HALLE A CO. '8
147 Water Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE. I hare this day
received a quantity of Linen Hbeetiog, of ex
quality, which having been imported, am
to sell at $1.00 a yard, which is much be
us real Tame.
Also all numbers and widths ol Bnssia and
Diapers at very low prices.
.plenum nuauty or
BBOHfl UllS TOWELS
$4-00 per doa. and upwards.
CASSIHKKES.
This dv receired new gpricir Cassiraeres. all
only 1 1.30 yard, 'i'hev are verv chean.
at 8. HYMAN'8,
b22 Cor. Rnperiitr-st ami PnbMc ktinare.
NEW GOODS!
Just received by
Bailey Bros
101 MONUMENT SQl'ARE.
Just opened large invoice
DRESS COODS,
ORCANDIES,
and S,LKS-
French Cambrics!
Also n new and choice assortment of
Umbrellas & Parasols !
AT
BAILEY lUlOTIIERS,
104 Monument Square, near P. 0.
ap2SltriAW
& M. K. SUTIIFF
Will open on Honda)'. April 30,
and complete assortment of all the various
breeds of
PRINTS!
Brown & Bleached Cottons !
WHITE GOODS AND LINENS !
aa entirely new line or SUMMER CAS6I
MIBE3 AND 6-4 CL0AB.1NUS.
above goods are aow arriving, and comprise
the latest style, in market, wbleh we will sell
the VEST LOWEST PRICE
At Wholesale and EetaiL
Parties desirous of purchasing anything In the I
"'dry goods:
at all times find at this House goods that are
desirable both as to price and quality.
M. M. k. srTLirr,
Buperior-st., opposite Weddell House.
ap28Bl&
Opening of Spring Cloaks
AT
H.T.Hower&Co's
Now ready all the latest novelties in
Spring Garments !
Orders received and promptly executed.
Just received a full stock of
WHITE GOODS
AND
Housekeeping Goods !
ALSO,
choice stork of of K0TTINC1H AM LAOE aad
M08LIH CC ETA INS, with DBY GOODB of ail
on tbe corner.
II. T. HO WEB CO..
g3n prrPFRIOR PTBV.rT.
PBASI'8 H AI tT EK K W I K Stops
Balr from falling off; restore. Gray H.tr to
original color, and is aeuperior driving. For
by caCSCUILL A BROTH IR,
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a
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Male
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any
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and
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large
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208
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price
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can
MEDICAL
Sweeping Everything Before
r.MVERSAL FAMILY FRIEXO,
DODD'S GREAT BMIDT FOB
Breaking Up Colds!
AND OCBINO TUSIB IfrSCTg.
I Thla medlcln. Is a great aaceeoe, betaass It meete
ue wante or everv memtierof th. fanulv. Wbaa
job lake cold, resort at ones te tbe
FEVER Ct'RE
OR SWEATING DROPS !
and you can break it up in a hurry.
HKAK THK PEOPLED VnirR
TThe uaJcTuigned, leurDine that UB. DuDD'S
FKVKRCCBK or SWEATING DROPS 1 to he
extensively ooorea ior sale throughout the conn
try, desire to giro our testimony to its great valee.
He have a sod this inedicine in onr families, some
of us for 10 and 12 years, and are accustomed to
iicireau upon it woe never aoy one ts attacked with
7 oi toe many symptoms of colds. We know
that for (tapnression and irrecntaritieji. in whih
o many Ladies are subject in Ibis climate, it ia a
timely relief Pleurisy, Rheumatism, soreness of
inuBviea, innarnniation oi tne tilings, tttugh. Sore
jic.ii u power, ana is emceeioui
waraever tne ary, reverts!, patient aeeds some
thing to induce refreehiiig moisture and sleep.
We recommend it as aa honest, reliable family
medicine.
J. Carrol!, Union Straw Works, Foxboro, Mass.
J. D. Howard. Voremsva Snath law-
Company.
J. W. Peekett, Printing Ink Men'ftr, H.I. city.
Dr. Thomas Sweet, Providence, B. I.
Frederick Paine, IVpot Master, Uansneld, Hass.
F. H. Mitrahall, Manufacturer, Cochesett, Mass.
L.T. Holmee, Attteboro, Mass.
And lia OTHERS, whose names can be seen at
onr office. It costs too much to advertise them.
Try the medicine yourself. Prir si. All rimav.
gists sell it.
ALSO,
DODD'S NERVINE 1
Is a SPECIFIC for what is termed
NERVOUSNESS !
is is an aromatic, etlierlal eawnce, of great
,w.i .uu .ueoiDie pntity. It la a BKDATIVK,
eootuer ot tne nerve, and nervene excitement.
. cuutajne QU uriuja, BltlJil'HIH A, or Injari.
MOTICE TUIS IMPORTANT FACT I
Cnliks other preparaUons for Nervous Diseases,
relieve. CMtiveoess instead of prodncinc it.
It allars all irritation, and produce, a delldoos
rejjoee cairn, tne agitated mind qnista
the throbbing mn.cl and twitching nerves wid
repairs tho wast, of th. vital fores. THIS IS
For NEURALGIA nse DODD'S NERVINE
For NKKVO08 DEBILITY us. Dodd'. Nervine.
For SLEEPLESSNESS nae Dodl'a Nervine.
For Menial Excitement, Loe. of Strength, and
iviw vi xiorvvua iiaeaae,
USE DODD'S NERVINE
Price SI no. Sold bvdmngi.ta aenerallv.
BTUUKUA AJtaSIBONll, Wboleaal. AgenU,
........... . O.D.C1UBABIIAI.,
JaalORl 4 John Street, Now fork.
IHEKKI8 M) SUCH WOBD IS fill!
TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AMD rnDAiRA
a .are, ctirtuln and ipeedv cure for all ili.rwii. ol
uiaouer, aian.ya and Urinary Organ., either
or Female, frequently performing a perfect
1 e in tb. abort .pao of Three or Four days, and
j in it. iime toan anv oiner Breoaratinn. in
of TARRANT'S COMPOUND EXTRACT
r.LiBKbS AND COPAIBA there 1. no Med of
oonnoement or change of diet. In Its approved
01 a paete, it 1. entirely taatelees, and cann.
in th., P f.l ik.t ia .u 1 a
disease., CUBEBS and COIABA ar. th. 0.1.
- ...iivu a,uta. 1 . iu. auuve ciase 01
Kemedie. known that can be raUod upon with
Certainty of Snccees. Tarrant's Componad
Mannfactnred only by TABBANT A CO.,
. S78 Greenwich .treot, New York.
amrSold by Druggist, all over th. World,
mvft-lU.
P! R.COQDALE'S
CATARRH
REMEDY.
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS
.THE ACME OP PERFECTION.
PntKTBATSS the aecraft amba-h nf ihi. i4M
aiseaae, ana exterinuiates it, root and branch, for
Ebmovm all the wretched symptoms of this
itmtuiumo maiaoy, ana averts consumption.
Clea-s the head, deodorizes the breath, and
ords the most grateful relief.
Allkviatbs more agony and silent snnarlnx
tongue can tell.
is Noted fur curing the most hopeless cases,
every known means failed in.
Cubes Hay, Hose and Periodic Catarrh, of the
obstinate and violent types.
Foaa of Catarrh or noise a the head can ra
ist its penetrating power.
Da. GOODALS'S Catarrji RaaavtIv ta at kavrmlawM
la. B. Ooodals is known tbroogbout the conn
try, as the Anthor of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatment and
Curo in all its forms.
Da. Goodaxb's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
by every one. It can be obtained at onr aear
est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to oar
Price 91 00. Bend a stamp for pamphlet.
B. PARK KB, Sole Agent, 76 Bleecker street,
York.
ftM hv G. W. CLABK. rieveteait. Mfl:M
CITY NOTICES.
N0TU K To all whom It may coo
eern. At a regular meetinx of the City
Council of the City or Cleveland, held Hay 8, le&6,
following resolution was adopted, via :
Btolred, That in the opinion of this Council, ft
deemed receMary to grade and improve Minne
sota street in accordance with tbe plans and pro
file of said street in the City Civil t;DKineers
Any person or persons claiming damages
reason of said improvement, are hereby requir
ed to file their claims iu writlnc with the City
witbm five weeks from the first publication
this resolution, or be forever barred from filing
claim, or receiving any damapes therefor.
0. B. HILL, City Clerk.
Hay 10, 1866. ma-10 318
XT0TICK To all whom It may cou-
eeni. At a regular meeting of the City
Council of the City of Cleveland, held May 8, 1806,
following resolution was adopted, vis :
Knotted, That in the opinion of this Council it
deemed necessary to grade, pave, and improve
Superior street, between Monumental Park and
ntreet ; also, to grade, pave, and improTe
Frackfort street, trtween Seneca and Water
streets. Any person or persons claiming damages
reason of such grading aod pevicg, are hereby
notifid that they are required to file their claims
writing with the City Clerk, within five weeks
the first publication of this notice, or be for
ever barred from filing any claim or receiviog any
damages threfor. C. E. HILL, eity Clerk.
May io, lstitf. may 10:31 g
NOTICE To owners and agents oi lots
and lands bounding or abottinr on both
of VYilley street, between Ol umbos aad
streets You are hereby notified, that tbe
heretofore given to pave tbe sidewalks on
aforesaid portion of said Willey street, Is
withdrawn.
order of tbe Board of City Improvements,
M. Q. WATTBBSON,
Cleveland. May B. 186ti.-may7;314 Clerk.
TICK To tbe owners and agents
of lota and lands bound! dz or abutting upon
sides of Bridge street, between Pearl and
streets; upon both sides of nest washing,
street, between Taylor and 8t. Paul streets:
Voo will please take notice that you are hereby
required to erade. r ravel, and flae with brick or
six feet in width, the sidewalks in front of
respective lots and lands, in accordance with
general specifications for sidewalks ia the
of the City Civil Engineer, and to complete
same on or netore tne nrst day oi August, jeoo.
the above request is not complied with with
the time h-retn specified, the work will be done
tbe city with stone, and the cost thereof as
sessed as a tax upon the property bounding or
tins- upon the sidewalks improved.
order oi tne ioard ot city improvements,
may 3 314 M. O. WATTJChoON, Clerk.
ALL WHOM II Mil COWCHtS.
Notice is hereby given that it is doemed ue-ot-ssary
by tbe City Council of the City of Cleve
land, to provide for the construction ofabraneh
ordraia in Chsstnnt street, westofMuir
son street, and to provide for the expense thereof
assessing a tax upon the lots or lands abuti ing
said Chestnut street, through which said
shall pass ; and for that purpose an ordi
nance is pending btfore said City Council. All
persons owning property on said street as afore
said, having objections to tbe construction of said
sewer, are hereby required to file the sams
writing with tbe City Clerk of said city, within
weeks after the expiration of three weeks
tbe first publication of this notice.
order of the City Council.
. B. HILL, City Clerk.
April 26, 18. ap!M:M4
NOIItt 10 COXTBACTOBS. Pro
posals will be received at the office of tbe
Civil Kngineer, until 2 o'clock p. m. May 21st
for grading and paving Prospect street, be
I twenlrieand Hudson streets, pavement to be
Sepal ate bids will be received for grading
pavintt. Plans aod specifications may be seen
more particular information obtained at said
KDginser s otnee, on and after the atn day of Hay
The Board of City Improvements Invite the sub-
mission of bits, reserving the light to acceptor
any or all bids. By order of the Board.
jvurx taiit.bAW,
ep25:314 City Civil Engineer.
ICE.
PCBE SPRING POND ICE.
THE CLEVELAND ICE COMPAQ X
are now prepared to famish Families, Bail.
Hotels, Ac, with
Pore Sprint; Fond
Ice
tbe season, at as reasonable rate, as any otbel
Ocmptny in t e city. Contracts antered into ror
and .ma.1 quantities. All orders for ship
promptly attended to.
mdr Lear, order, at ttaltby'a Oy.ter Depot,
Superior street.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE! ! !
PFRE USE EKIK ICE!
AM FKEPABED TO FUKNISH
the be-i quality of Ic at the lowest poMibl.
daring tbe coming Mason, at Hotel., Dwell
ing Hon.es. Shop., Store., la My loe is co ord
ered the bost snd paraat in market, it being gona
lne Lake Erie Ice, and not th. impure stuff taken
tbe stagnant Canal and Biver. All order,
be sent through th. PoetoSJce directed to me.
apl7;3U MABIIM J0HS86H.
It,
9Y
MA
icine.
dm.
lork.
dress
I
Im
In
every
Darts
Tables
And
your
bat
and
I
'HE
I
Of
HOOP SKIRTS.
18 436.
J. W. Bradley's
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
(Or DonlVte Bjriiig)
SKIRTS!
Will not Buid or Bbkak It ka the Birlb
SraiMos, hut will PaasKara tho ir Psancr
Beactiwl Shati more than rwif a as lonx as
diiiolk nramo that sver has oat a or con Id possi
oiy oe
The iVew 8 tyle
"EMPRESS; TRAIL,"
(Jnas Inlrmal atceaL)
most PERFECT, COMFORTABLE aad BEAU.
TIFUL TRAIL, anggntsd fey lb. Paaaan Faaa.
ion, is made from tb.
New "Duplex Steel,"
Which Is BOLLED THICKER, giving Gaaivis
Biaisraiics to the Skirt, bat loosing aoa. of tb.
rLcxiBLB Qcaurixa for which th DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC .land ao Pa. xaraxKT.
"The Kew Stjlea"
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRTS,
Are Pronouaced
perfection a
By all lb.
Fashion Critics in the Fashion Sag-
azines, ana ot an ladles who
have Worn them.
Ladle, will Dnd the ia all
FIRST CLASS STORES
IN THIS OTTT.
Manntaetnred by Bold Chrn.r. of Patent,
Wests, Bradley & Cary,
Cbaiubers-at.TaBd 19 and
. 81 Read-atU,
NEW YORK CITY.
INQTJIBI rOB
Bradley's
(New Style.)
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT !
mrl:32-IWr'
SUNDRIES.
AWAY
WITH
SPECTACXtii.
OLD
EYES
UK NT.W, without Spectacles, Doctor or Med
Pamphlet mailed free. Address K.
rOOTR, M. D-, 1130 Broadway, New York.
B.
AWAY WITH UXC0MF0RTABLS
TRUSSES!
COMFORT AND CUBS FOB THB BCPTCBED.
Bentfiee. Address B. B. JOOTB, M. D., 1U0
Broadway, New York. -
HUSBANDS TA1I CARS 01 I0FB
WIVES I
CONFIDENTIAL INFOllM.ftlUN FOB THE
MABR1ED. Bent frea in sealed envelope. Ad.
E. B. FOOTB, M. ., llAK Broadway, Hew
PAKBM8 TAKI CAEB OF TOGS
CHILDREN!
CBOTJP How it may be easily grwmted without
medicine: also its cause and cure. Sent frea. Ad
B. B. FOOTS, M. D., 1130 Broadway, Mew
or.
Away with Disease and matri
monial inrellcltles.
MEDICAL COMMON BEN SB, treats anon the
Human System Inside and out on all Chronic Di
seases and their Treatment on Barrenness and
potency, on Seminal Weakens and Female
Weakness on Marriaaa aad sexual Philoeoeav.
language everybody can anderstand, making a
sensible book for sensible people and a good book for
one. 400 pages luu ill as t rations, Ursa
in one volume. Price. 11.60. Bent bv mail.
postage paid, on receipt of the price. Contents
sent free. Address the Author, B. B.
FoOTB, M. v., 1130 Broadway, Sew Fork.
dec29:B10.tts6moe
Attention I
FARMERS,
CARDNERS,
CARBON OIL REFINERS,
DRUGGISTS,
MECHANICS,
rarnltare.Sanntactarera A Dealer, j
HARNESS MAKERS,
CISTERN BUILDERS,
MASONS,
tb public geswrally.
The .nhscribsr keeps constantly oa aaad, atata
ffarerooms, Ko. 31 Servla Street,
CLEVEIaaVXD, OHIO,
80NE DUST,
PLASTER PARIS,
AND WATER LIME.
SAND PAPER,
NEAT8 FOOT OIL,
And curled hair fcr
ettees, Sofas & Maltrasses.
ALSO,
CATTLE HORNS,
Glue ef all Kinds and Qualities.
Aad everything la that line of trad.
rki fnrlrt M Merwla atreet. as It will bs for
internet to purehaa at irst baads, aad have
on profit to pay.
COUITRT OHOERS SOUCITEO ( PROMPLT riUID
TEKXt CASH.
r Second-band Flo
rid Palt bi"-ls always
SMITH.
wanted.
marz-Bl,
DYEING.
rBEOEBICK CI BUI,
Trench and Fancy Steam Dy Works aad Cteaalng
EAtabllabment, Belv
96 Seneca .treat.
Belvidar Fans. Bast Cmvaland,
rimn 1(1 a aoa atreet. 01..,. ft.
mean to make thi. th BEST DYB-HO0BB IB
WIST, aad ahail apar. a effort to give aatav
action
call tb ertaT .tfatloBrf Oentlem- to ta.
lMPBOVD FRBHUlt BTIK.
0l-rdaia- ,4xi. sf aaada a, Sarsmsrta
EMPSTtRA(,a
I Duplex elliptic
1
I
I
RAILROADS.
WSTtUXJ.cOLiritBl-S CIlfOJIAI,
kilLBOAB.
ISM SCMMSA AaaaB-VSi'
GJ?r?. iiZ- "b, Mai, Pa.
i lows" vLEV BLAND aa fcl-
lar TRAI5 T:4o A. BT rmirTom arr I
Iberia. QUeml, CardingH AZ.
Le-mftnSrTand W.;rJ
Oolombo.at i:15 P. M., Ciiicimtl a?ao
IL, Iadlanapoll., arts 'p. aCS.lctiovm"
JoTBAIN 2 p. M. HEW TORE A VII.
ton, Wellington, .w Londn. and all sta
tion. mth of Now London, 7 arriving a
Oolamba. at HO P. If !inn.,i rS .
1. ..T;,..Ckl",' Oreatllns, :00A. M."
3l TRAlii.lS p. M.ALldll PASSENOEa.
sT. ,tatloM. arrlviaa al OaUoa at
" T?,41:- MNIOHT EXPRESS.
ELJ,V rTT" '""Ston, New London,
tST "yv""""'"?. Oalma, GM, Cardln?
India,.m 7: ATS ?Ji'.
and
any
unm. ' i jm a.m.
TRAINS LEAVE uoL0irBC8 at 1S a .
!?- "'V0'' "' ArrtT" " Omv JLi
INDIANAPOLIS AND 'WESTERS EXPREW
leavv 6.H0B atfcOOA. M.,arrlv at OW
land iilu A. M.
OOHHECTIOSS :
SHELBY Saadnsky, MansS.14 .wark mall,
road, to af.n.fUM aft V ,.Jr?r
tan-nito. Ao.
CaXBTLINE -Plttsbargb, Ft. W.yn, Chleago
railroad for Foreet, Cppw aandnsky, hi.
Pho. Lima. Fort Ways., Chicago, la,Wal,
and East for Maaanald, Wouaw-, "riMra!
Th. fint aad fourth Train, m.h.
Way., for l point, o.
road? Wi rsat Waaura Kail.
OAilo.pjj efontoji BXTroM Lhsa, fc sU.
Txm. Bellefontaine, Sidney, Union, Mo ad.
lndlaaapoll. Torre Haute, tlnosiuam, Eraaa-
, vUte, Lords. ille, Cairo, gt. La, Am.
stio 2 " Sprlagaald Brandt for Sorlag-OOLCMBOS-tltUe
Miami A Colombo
aaisrowa, ror Xenia, Davtoa Indianapolis
and Onctnnatl, and with ta Ohio aad ,Lia-
CINCINNATI for LouurvilU, Evaasvirta, Cairo.
. J" LonlJ and .11 point, oa to. Ohio Haver
COLCMBUS-cVntral Ohio Railroad fcrM.wr"
diaaapolia Cntrai Kailroad for Fiqaa. DrI
nana, Ao. '
," r ticket, to all point, aad information ap 1
Ply at the Paoenger Station, aaa at to Daioai
Ticket OBc, li7 Superior .trt! . -
Cleveland, May n, W. SawrinMideni.
CLKTKLAXD
at I0LIB0 KA1LS0A0.
lass.
KL'MMEB ABBAMGEMET.
ists.
0? after Monday, May Mtb, lam, train,
will kav. avalaad aSaly aa foUows (Saadar
axoented):
70 A. M.-CHICAGOIXPBBSS, atooaat Bona.
mviU., Believa Clyde, Fremont aad II"
mora and arrives at Toledo at 12:0 r. n..
Ohicaao at 11:00 . w uU iwu. a-ao -
fc0 l. M. WESTERN MAIL OtoD. at an itlT
.nw v. Dgiuw. anvtmoa, aa. arrtvas i
a o.oo a. aad J
-otops at all sta- J
iuwm a. ruar r. ., ijaicago a
Detroit at 10-4 a m
L-0S P. M. HORTHIRH MAIL Atona.
wa. en aorioera mvauoa aad arrive. ,
Sandnaky at t:A5 r. ., Graftoa, Oberlln.
Korwalk. Monrrmvlfl. O.rf. .n .
1: t. M. NIGHT EXPBESH-SMp. atGrafteai
Borwalk, aad Freaaoat, and arrive, in Toled.
as i:uu a. at., uuoags at ll:Ju r. aad D
troit t loal a. u.
Connection, ar. msd. at Moaronfll. wttk (V.
aandB.ky,Maaslleld A Newark Railroad; at Baadna.
try with Day toa A CiacinnaU BaUroad; at Framont
with tb. Fremont A Indiana Railroad ; aad at To
lado with th. Michiaan tk.oth.ra A Northora 1.
diaaa aad Toledo A Wabatk B.llroarls for Chicago,
Detroit, Jackson, Fort Wayne, Loganaport, Lahvy.
stta, Oair., Alto a, St. Loaia aad aU poiata W.L
Borthweat and aonthweat.
Trains arrive la CutvaUad from Toled snd th.
Wt at - a. a., USD r. a., aad 9: p. n. Fross
andniky at :! a. m. t. D. BDCKEB,
uwvolana, n.y li, IBM. BUBerlnUn !-.
1866.
THE PESSST1VASIA CENTKiL
EKtlBLE-TKACb: BA1LKOAD.
SH0EIK8T, QIICKKST i BEST KUCII
B.wMai Iba Snan natal Weaa.
ON the arrival of Passenger Traina
fr.m tb. West, at th. Union Denot. Pitt.
bnrgh. THROUGH TBA1NS leav a follows:
DAT EXPRESS, : A. M., (Except goaday.)
CINCINNATI EX1'868, .U0 A. M., (Except
Snndav.)
FAST MAIL. 11 40 P. M., (Except Bouday.)
PHILADELPHIA IXPBEarl, US f . M., Every
Day.
FAST LINE, 10:10 P. M., (Except Sunday.)
Running through without Chang, of Cars to
HARRISBUGH, PHILADELPHIA, BALTI
MORE and NEW T0RK, (via Allentowa,) Hooaa
IB Anvasc or ovasa Linits, connecting direct for
all New England Town, and Washington City.
mSn'fu'cn.cal1?, WVUviiiTten1 ilK".gi!h
Satarday evening. BUN THROUGH DIRECT to
Baatera citia, arriving
24 Hoars in AdYance of Other KoHtea.
ELEOANT STATE-BOOM BLEEPING OABS
ara attached to all night train.
vm.naggago Chacked throagh and Transferred'
Im.
assy Far always as low a by other Route.
H. W. OWINNEB, Gob. Ticket Ag't Philad'a.
W. H. HOLMES, Gb. W rtm. Ag't, Chicago.
T. L. K1MHALL, Am't O. W. P. Ag't, hicago.
CHAS. THOaPSON. Pass. Ag't, Cleveland, 0.
Office, Metropolitan Block, Chicago.
FREIGHTS.
By this Bout Breight of all descriptions caa b
forwarded to and from Phlladelpoia, New York,
Boston orBa'bmor., BT RAILROAD DIRECT,
to aad from any point on Western Railway., and
point, on th Lake, aad Bivara of tb Northwest.
West and Southwest.
LIVE 8I0CK by thla route la provided with
vnerior Tard accommodation., oepecially at Har
riabarg, where a choic i. offered of th I'hllav.
tolphisv. Mew York and Itasltini.r.
BlarBtetn.
Thi. will also Be foand th aborteat; quickest.
Bad moat direct rout for atock to New York (via
Ailentownl and with fewest chansve.
Th BATES OF FREIGHT to and from points
la tb Wet by th Pennsylvania Central Bail
road ar at all time a favorabl as are charged by
other Bailread Companies.
aBo particular to mark package ' Via
PsMaaTLVama CsmtbslB. B."
For Freight Contracts or Shipping Direction,
apply to or addreas either of the following ageata
of th. Company : .
8. B. KINGSTON, Jr., Freight Ag't Phils.
C. A. CARPENTER, Freight Ag't Pittaborgh.
CLARKE A CO , Transfer Agent., Pittsburgh.
H. W. BROWN A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
T. B. BURKE, Madison, Indiana.
MORI SHAD A CO., LouLviUe, Kentncky. 1
- W. M. AIRMAN, Evanavilla, Indiana. -
B. F. SASS. St. Louie. Miaaonri.
CLARKE A CO., Chicago, Illinois.
J. H. McCOLM, Portsmouth, Ohio.
J. M. LUTE, MayavlUa, Kentucky.
HALL A CO.. Marietta, Obio.
B. AYEB3, Mnakingum Biver.
W. H. A E. L. LANGLEY, Gallipolia, Ohio.
; A. P.STULTZ A CO., Zanesville, Ohi.
H. H. HUDSON, Ripley. Ohio.
D. B. WILSON, Naahvill. Tonne....
H. H. HOUSTON, Uen. Freight Ag't, Phila.
E. H. WILLIAMS, Gen. Bop t, Aitooaa, Pa.
FAST FREIGHTS.
rWIOM LINK CABS ar Bun Through by
the Pennsylvania rout to Principal Weetora Cities
without tranafer, and all shipment by this tin.
oa TIME CONTRACTS will ba goaraatnd as fea
mwa: FJ . n to t'nicaro a Day
K.vs York to 7 Bay.
PbllaHl.lplaiat to " , Dojra
Bnlaamaoro to Isajra
With a Ibrteitara of t cats per 100 lb, tor .
day's delay, which will be promptly paid by West
ern Agents.
PartiM ordering freight from tbe Baat ahmild
oruVr package marked "Unio. Line," aad rvfar
upper, ror contract, ac, ao
GEO. J. HARRIS, 77 Waahington St., Boa toa.
J. L. GOSsLEK, 271, Broadway, New York.
JOHN McKNIGHT, tlSChoatnut St., Fhlla.
CHAS. H. KOONS, cor. Center A Calvert at.,
Baltlmora.
Shippers from tb West will apply to or ddres
by mail for Bilia of Lading, A., or nay desired in
formation :
W. W. CHANDLEB, Chicago. Illinois.
8. D. THATCH KB, Zlt, H. High-at, Colaaabus.O
H. W. BROWN, x7 W. Thlrd-at, Cincinnati, 0.
W. H. STEWART, Cleveland, Ohio. -
A. B. THOMPSON, Newcomeretowa, O.
W. B. H AZLE IT, ZanesvUlo, O.
SAMUEL V. GRAY, Indianapolis, Ind.
J. C. DAVIS, Fort Wajoe, lad.
E. P. BRYANT, Terr Hant, lad.
W. E. ROBINSON, 32 M.lo-at., LabrviII,Ky.
N. 8f EVENS, t OlWe-at., St. Loals, Mo
L. B. WILSON, Naahvllla, Tenn.
JAS. TALLMADGE, Jr., Memphia, Tena.
D. 8. GRAY, Snpt. Union Lin, Column, O. .
mayl
MUSICAL.
SONG AND CHORUS.
THE
Orphan Wanderer,
Bj Theo. B. Perkins
Paklad aad aold for th. bsaaBt of
HOWARD MISSION,
BT BROWN PERKINS,
Mo, 43 Bream. Staroat, New York.
For aak by ta Husk Trans generally, and at
HOWARD SISSiCI. 37 HEW BOWERY,! IEWT0RK.
Ootjmw mailed oa reoeipt of price, 90 coats.
may 1:818
BXKLI5 C0S8SBTAI0BT or S.U8IC
COUKbB of bti dy. ,
FIBST TEAR Harmony and Part Writing.
K8BO0ND TEAB M.rmriay WBtiawad, aad
OouDter point.
THIRD YEAR Harmony completed, Doa bio
Oonater point, Fugn Form nd Compoaitloa.
Orwat attention I. giv to tbe Piano, Qrgaa,
Crcba.tr.1 Iailrtaaoa, and Cultivation ef th
Wo. SOT parneoiar. wiure..
O.W.STEELE,
Prladpal of Department of Secular Mast.
Prof. J.M.ELLIS,
rW. Q. H. OHUBCHTLL.
Board of Direetors.
rnvven udfcuvb Mad naalltw .nnl
I ' . n nn , 6w J,
- " onVntfll.t MtlVriltH
IBMtXt Br aatlxeOatarwrsa,
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