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wrad (1-relend. April 81. n. P. S.
The Objects of the European War.
iu -A general Kutopea war, which will
embroil three of the great powers of Eu-
rope in Armed conflict, And may In the
and --involve every nation on the
-continent;' - is imminent and appewentl y
'"unavoidable. - The .'. eautes of the
e-Mar'-He far back in history, and ' it
"'rou'fd'be in vain for us to attempt to ex
.' elaiu them within the limits of a newsps-
article. The object which each of
tlro contending powers has in appealing
to arms are more easily to be rehearsed,
. And we propose briefly to state them.
The three powers to which we have re--iferred
are Prrssis aid Italy, on the one
'.'.side, allied against Austria, on the other.
.UChe object of Prussia is to acquire ascen
" Sancy in Germany and par eonseiptenee in
x Europe and the world, at the expense erf
Austria. It is but the further development
of the samn ambitious and Aggressive poV
Xjiy .which has built up Prussia from aa in
'coasider&ble Duchy to the second military
"power of 'continental Europe. Frederick
ahe" Great commenced, the work which
Bismarck now hopea to complete. The
Srrae made Prussia A powerful kingdom,
to a 1 other hopes to make her the autocrxt
iof the Germanic-Confederation. But Aus
tria stands in the way of this, for her in
(.duence in the Diet is a great if not greater
than taatf Prussia. A contest between
"these two powers for the control of Gen.
L man affairs has always been inevitable,
and It is now precipitated by the aggres
sive and impatient ardor of Bismarck.
The Schleswig-Holstein question is only a
jpretext. , Did nothing lie behind it, it
.awuld be easily settled. But the conflict
'for the control of Germany must come
'sooner or later,and Bismarck has made up
vhis mind that it shal come now. -
Italy has a much stronger motive for
'war with Austria than has Prussia. The
.young Italian Kingdom should control
"not merely Northern Italy, but Venice
and Borne. The acquisition of this terri
tory becomes to them apolitical necesaity.
line hostile feeling which now exUts, an J
which always will exist, between Austria
.and Italy, renders the possession of thq
Quadrilateral and Venetia by the Austrian
king a standing menace to Victor
: Emmanuel. A few hoars forced march
'could throw A hundred thousand Austrian
Juito Milan. .Even Florence, the new
capital, is not safe. Italy is obliged W
koop an army of half a million of men t)
"resist the constant threat "of Austria!
,ki entails an expense that is ruinous to
Italia a finances, A war with Austria is
'A 'passion with the Italians. They wllj
jeepouse any quarrel or take up any cause!
that oilers a blow at Austria for the pos4
veuion of Venetia. And it is for this
flittering prize that Italy has rushed so
eagerly into the arena, with four hundred
thousand armed men in the field. Having
thus zealously prepared for conflict, and
svj most having commenced hostilities, Italy
all at atake upon the prosecution ut
"the war. - Should Prussia and Austria ar
range a peace, the King of Italy would
le placed in a false position before his
ubjecU, even if Austriadid not turn upon
-hha and panish him for hie belligerent
demonstrations. He hty therefore entered j
a solemn alliance with Prussia, and
ttdoing all he can to ferment thedisenrd.
icasolvthe ablest of. the Italian states-jj
man, since Cavour, has emerged from his
retirement And it giving his country the!
benefit of Vis great administrative powers.;
Garibaidi, too, is prepared to i engage in;
ths-erasade at the head of an independent
iiorps 9f volunteers, to be paid by the
estate. , Young Italy will, of course, flock1
Vs hisTstandard.; ' "-' '- ; -'v r J; j
( Austria, conscious -of the vAst pro
portions of ;tbe Allied ' force which i;
Jiai formed Against it, remains on thej;
defensive, and. would gladly avoid the
xt if it could do so without too great a
losg-iif territory And honor.. ..The cession
'of VenetiA to Italy as a conciliatory
insa?ure is even said to be under con:id-
ration At. Vienna, but the arrangement
tan never be consummated. The pride
and honor , of the Austrian government
.would prevent it from granting the unly
thing which its opponents demand.' No
"coiupromtse is possible." Austria liKd bet
ter, accept the issue, of a disastrous, war
than avoid it by A.disgrAeful peace.
Therefore Austria will go to war to pre
serve the present statu of affairs, ,,'j, i l"
-"-There can be little donbt but that
"France ,is secretly aiding PrussiA And
Italy in ; this - Attack . upon. Austria.
TVhether circumstances will drive her
from the position of neutrality which she
tae assumed we cannot eertainly predict,
but "It is ot probable.- The object of
.Franoe U to overturn the treaty of 1815,
ecnra Holland And Belgium to itself, and
ihcrcase Its own boundaries in every pos-
aible direction.
SleAntime the smaller German natrons
ai taking position on one aide or the
thev, according as locatioB, religion, aad
the relationship of rulers predispose tbem.
England, -Spain -And Portugal remain
neutral. Russia may come to the aid of
Austria, for hotbing could be more disas
trous Jo" Russia than the ' reduction of
Austria from the position of a first class
power; and, as she has more to Tear from
Prussian and,French aggrandisement, it is
ampotwhle that the Czar snay oe more
"nterpbse'to save Austria from ruin. ' r-
.i .Thsrasult of Um war it is not difficult
predict." "Whether with of 'withoutj
the united armies of PrussiA
and Italy sow sure i tha end. to . be soo-
oessfil, mnd Bismarck,, Victor Emmanuel!
nd ih - wBj r.ApaleivJjrill.ttiiKide
cmor.g theanMivea thA fruits of . victory
'
The Objects of the European War. POLITICAL.
Hon. H. C. Ifewcomb, principal editor
of the Indianapolis Journal, is renomia
ated fur Representative in the State Leg.
islature.
Vm. Henry Smith, the present ineum.
bent of the office of Secretary of State,
is announced as a candidate for re-nomin
ation.
The Toledo Commercial says that E. A.
Higgins has retired from the democratic
Rerard. and Mr. Glessner. late of the
Kvtoutk Courier, has Assumed editorial
nisinacement. !Wo learn that Mr. Hig-
gin did BoVraaUae a Jiandaoms .fortune
out of the enterprise. We wi.h his suc-
ceseor pecuniary success.
The "West Virginia election returns
come in quite slowly, but indications are
that the amendment to the State Const:
tution disfranchising rebels has been rati
fiod. .
It is now seated a a fact that the Re
publican working strength of the United
States Senate will hereafter be 31 in
body of 48. That it will be 33 is beyond
question, and the passage of the amend
ment, in some form, h therefore assured
The Kew York Timet says of the re
sponses or .secretary uarian ana -fit-orney
General Speed to the serenade on
Wcdnetdav evening,' that tney indicate
unmistakably that both contemplate an
irl v retirement from the Cabinet.
Senator Cowan is using his influence iu
favor of Clymer, Copperhead candidal
for. Governor - of Pennsylvania, and
afin9t the able and gallant soldier, Gen
era! Gnary. Cowan is one of rresidcct
Johnson's ever reliable SenatorE.
Tbey laying of the corner-stone of th
Douglas Monument at Chicago has been
postponed Jrom the 13th of June to the
4th of Jul v, when it is intended to make a
grand affair. The Masonic Fraternity
will eonduct the ceremony.
It is probable says the Owel, that nieas
ures will shortly be taken to place all tho
electric telegraph lines in Great Britain
in the hands of the post-office, with a view
to the establishment of a low and uni
form rato of charge for telegrams.
The Objects of the European War. POLITICAL. WASHINGTON TOPICS AND GOSSIP.
ANOTHER TURN OF THE SCREW.
Another wholesale political decapita
tion of Treasury clerks is expected at the
end of the month.. . ,, . . .
OHIO WIRE PULLERS.
The Ohio politicians who have been on
here to arrange plans to control the State
Convention, and to defeat tlie nomination
of the Radical men of tne present dele
gatioti.started West Tuesday night,to carry
their plana into ececc " -Mr. a loan leit
several since. . ir .
A SENSATION.
The great sensation at the Capitol Sun
day haa been the appearance of Senator
SauisDury at tne nurcn 01 me ascension
"clothed and an bis nirnt mina, as an es
oort for Mrs. Jeff. Daviu. After church a
noted rebel procured an open buggy, and
took Sunday evening ride wun Jlrs.
Davis about the principal streets of the
city: Airs. Uavis nas roceivea very marK.
ed'attentioD. and many distinguUhed per.
sonageshave made unseemly haste to pay
their respects to her. Senators Saulsbury
and Johnson were among the many cal
lers upon her on Saturday. -
THE SENATORIAL CAUCUS.
TheSenatorial Caucus renewed its session
Monday mornins, and atrain in the after
noon. The main question war, to provide
a substitute for the third section of the
pending constitutional amendment which
disfranchises for four years all who vol
untarily aided thetebellion. There was
sreat iunanimtv on striking it out, but
there was not tho same harmony in pro
viding anew clause.
There was a general desire that the
leading rebels should , be disfranchised
forever from holding any office under the
General Government, and it is probable
that on- the nnal agreement some such
clause will take the place 01 tne whole
sale disfranchising section. Neither Sen-
tor Doolittle. Dixon nor Cowan were in
vited to attend this caucus or any of the
preceding ones.
STEVEN—M'CULLOCH.
- The unexpected oattery opened upon
the Secretary of the Treasury by Iliad.
Stevens, in tho House, on Saturday, pro
yokes considerable comment. The pre
vailing sentiment seems to be that Mr.
McCulloch's success as a politician is not
such as to in pire eitner popular cenn
denoe ur enthusiasm. . He is understood
to have sent Cot Mr. Delano Sunday, and,
after thankiDsr him for his attembled de
fense of him yesterday, requested that he
Delano) would set mm ncnt oeiore tne
House. " The. Secretary claims that
his position as to making appoint
ments of only such as were pledged to the
rresident s reconstruction policy nas Doen
misrepresented, and Mr. Uolano is ex
pected to define the Treasure's position iu
tie House-,, h , --
is
Jeff's Bill of Fare.
The JTew York World, which has made
much adout abouthe "torture71 of Jeff. Da
vis, publishes the following" echcdule of
rneaU" furnished that greatest of crimi
nals.. It may bo regarded as very poor
diet for so vile a criminal, but on the
whole compares favorably with the bill of
SUNDAY.
rtr.mL-(W Veal cutlets, poached etwt
ftwo),wheat and corn bread, butter, sugar,
milk, and coffee.
Dinner Soiled chickens,' slowed oy
tars, potatoes, onions, bread, tiuttor, coflee,
MONDAY.
. Breakfast Mutton chops (txro), boiled
eggs (two), bread (corn and wheat), but
ter, siurar, milk, and coffee.
. Dinner Beefsteak, panned oysters, po
tatoes, onions, bread, butter, conoo, sugar,
and milk.
ed
has
TUESDAY.
r Breakfast Beefsteak, egirs (boiled),
bread (corn and wheat ), coffee, butter,
sugar, and milk. -
Dinner Veal cutlets, fresh or salt fish,
and
to
WEDNESDAY.
. Breakfast Ham and eggs, corn and
wheat bread, butter, . sugar, coffee and
milk. ..-...
Dinner Mutton chops, stewed oysters,
potatoes, oaions, apples, bread, butler, and
of
THURSDAY.
Breakfast Beefsteak, boiled eggs
(hard), bread (corn or wheat), butter,
sugar, milk, and coffee. .
Dinner Veal cutlets, panned oysters,
potatoes, onions, bread, coflee, &c, and
,'
FRIDAY.
. . .
Breakfast Stewed -oysters mackerel or
fresh flsh, bread (corn and wheat), coffee,
sugar, milk and butter. .
Dinner Pork steak, poached eggs, po
onions, bread, butter and coffee.
wc
tbe
of
SATURDAY.
Breakfast Mutton chops, boiled egg?,
bread, butter, milk, sugar, and coffee.
Dinner Beefsteak, stewed oysters, po
tatoes, onions, bread butter And coffee.
not
LITERARY.
It is believed that Napoleon's "Life of
Castor will extend to four volumes, as
the second only goes as far as the passing
of the Rabicon. - , '
The Paris Haniteur makes an impor
tant announcement. ., Ths town of d
cewiiadzin, sear iloui.t Ararat, in Ar
maaist, the residence of the patriarch, con
tains a solenoid: library, com posed of three
thooeand Armenian manuscripts of which
the literary world was hitherto quite igno
rant. ' A catalogue of the collection has
now been printed, and presents A vast
field for researches into the ligions and
political. biitory. of Central Asia. It re
veals ths existence of unknown works .by
the fathers of tha-churcb, and . of frag
ments of Diodorua, tiieilaa, - and of Aris
totle.' Tha Armenian patriarch states, in
as ofSeia) preface, tnat those manuscripts
which kave been kept secret 'will be for
the future not only open to examination,
but that extracts may betaken for learned
siea la all parts ofthe world, if they pay
ttotof copying. , ... :,-
the
are
ail
for
LITERARY. THE WAR IN GERMANY.
LATEST FOREIGN ADVICES.
Preparations for the Conflict.
THE MUSTERING OF FORCES.
[Parts Correspondence of the New York Work.]
A letter from Milan states that the
Austrian Minister of War has ordered
forty thousand Garibaldian uniforms, with
the intention of exciting some sort of a
rust de guerre nt the opening of the cam
paign. The French Imperialist papers declare,
in language truly Olympian in its solemn
accents, that France intends to remain a
neutral spectator of the conflict. The cor
respondents of the English government
organs say the tame, while everybody
here knows that the most extensive mili
tary preparations aro on foot all over the
country.- At the fortress rincennes, just
outside the gates of Paris, large orders for
grape shot are being tilled daily, and
everything dunotes the Emperor's inten
tion of appearing in the thick ofthe fight
at a moment when the most dramatic
effijet possible will be produced by his
coming forward.
Austria has now seven hundred thou
sand men under arms, Prussia has three
hundred and seventy thousand, and Italy
four hundred thousand. The enthusiasm
in Italy is so great that Victor Emmanuel
is reported to have said that if the war
did not take place ho would be compelled
to abdicate. Garibaldi Has all along said
to Italians " 1 bide my time," and it ap
pears his time has come. He has com
mand of nil the volunteer troops, now
twenty thousand, but which, at any mo
ment, h can increase to one hundred
thousand men.
STRENGTH OF THE AUSTRIAN ARMY—EXCITEMENT
IN VIENNA.
[Vienna (May 12) Correspondence of the London
Times.]
are
and in the course of a few weeks she will
have OOftOOO men in the field. ach ofthe
eighty regiments of tho line, which are
now on a full war footing, is composed of
four thousand and odd men, and two or
three days ago an order was issued for the
levy of a fifth battalion for each regi
ment. Each of tbe thirty-two ''Jaeger'!
battalions, which are very strong, is to
have two depot companies. Yesterday
morning a regimentof huzzars, which had
been in garrison here for some time, left
for Prague, and a great crowd of people
accompanied it to the Northern Railway
Station. As the regiment crossed the
Aspern-brucke, fa new suspension bridge
across tha canal.iif the Danube V iu, band
played the famous Radoczi march, a piece
of music which for many years wa9 pro
hibited both here and in Hungary. As the
regiment passed along the Jaegerzeile,
flowers and wreaths were thrown to them
from the windows of the house?, and
many a fair dauie loudly bade them "good
speed." Every now and then the civilians
raised the cry 01 ' jba lebe dtr Aawer, to
which the men responded by lustily shout
ing " Elien a cmszar.'' As the troops pass
through the streets of the suburbs they arc
irequentiy regaled bv tne people, wno ut
terly abhor the Prussian Minister-Presj.
dent, though they seem to entertain no
teeiiug 01 nstility towards the other sub
jects of his Majesty King Wiliiam I. This
rcmarK does not apply to tbe Austrian
army, which is sink and tired of the
rnouomontade of the Prussian troops, and
extremely desirous to try conclusious with
them. Preparations are being made in
various parts ot tne empire for the forma
tion of volunteer corps. Tbe Poles ii
Galicia will raise a regiment of lancers,
and I doubt not tbat the Hungarians will
supply two or three regiments of busbars.
Tho country around Mantua has been
placed under water, and that formidable
iortress is now fully prepared tor defence.
I lie forts around Verona are also lully
armed, as aro the stronirhdlds of Legnaco
ana I'escniera. General on lienedek.
wno ia likely to De made a t leld .Marshal,
expected to arrive here this evening.
As soon as his staff is formed, Benedek
will leave Vienna for Pardubitz, where he
for a time will have his headquarters.
WARLIKE PERSPIRATIONS OF ITALY.
[From the Times' Correspondent.]
FLORENCE. May. 10, 1866.
Although the public feeling here is one
of extreme impatience to begin the ex
pected struggle, tne authorities are well
pleased at the breathing time allowed
them by German delays. A large force is
up to tne lront, cut a good deal yet re
mains to be done, and we shall be better
prepared for war in a fortnight than we
are now. mere is a deficiency 01 horses :
is said that 20,000 are required. So
little was war expected early in the year
that the establishment was rather reduced
than increased in that respect." The
Italian army, when coinplete that is to
say, with all its reserves called out may
be" estimated at 430,000 men. Of these
about 230,000 are believed to ba now in
the field, hot massed close along the fron
tier, but so distributed as to be immedi
ately available should hostilities com
mence. The artillery of this considerable frce
variously estimated at from 250 to 400
guns, and perhaps the former may be the
present number, but it may be incroased
when necessary or when more horses shall
have been obtained. The conscription of
this year is very fully stated at 50,000
men, as yet only partially mustered and
not at all drilled; the second categories
184L' and 184J, which have never had
any drill, and on that account, as mere
raw recruits, have not been called out on
the present occasion, are probably 40,000
men. Adding these 90,000 to tho 200,000
now in the field there remain 140,000.
From these the usual deductions must be
made for hospital, depots, orderly-rooms,
comuiissairat, staff, and non-combatants of
various kinds. In the Neapolitan pro
vinces and Sicily 30,000 men arc probably
least that will for tho present be re
tained, allowing that the force of gendar
mes is to be increased, and that the na
tional guards take town duty. Round the
Papal frontier a considerable force is also
indispensable, and a statement that 30,000
men will remain aistributed in Lmbria,
Marches, and Tuscany seems not un
likely to bo correct.
nus is tne Italian army nearly account
for, and although I am aware that it
been said at Bologna that the army of
operations against tne Austrians now mus
ters 250,000 men, I incline to consider
estimate exaggerated. At the same
time, we must remember that the army is
being strengthened by volunteers, allowed
take service for ono year or for the du
ration or the war. fifteen divisions will
compose the army in the field, and Cial-
corps includes six of tbem about
0,000 combatants. 1 understand that
Prince Humbert was offered the command
a corys Samite, and declined it. His
alleged reason does credit to his wit and
tense. 'It X command a corps," he is re
ported to have said, "and I am defeated,
will say this comes from giving
mportant commanas 10 inexperienced
princes. If 1 am victorious, my chief of
staff will get all the credit. I prefer com
manding a division and doing what I am
THE WAR VIRTUALLY COMMENCED.
[Florence Correspondence Journal Des Debate.]
The comedy of preparing for war, And;
thon doing nothing seems to be approach-
its end, and towards tne end 01 May
decision will probably be come to here
making acts succeed to words. Italy
longer considers herself as bound, by
engagement which she took not to at
tack Austria, as that undertaking could
be eternal. - At present it is considered
obsolete, and, in fnct, the official nomina
otGanbaldi is an act of war. 1 or
sake, the pretence is still kept up
it is a defensive measure; but no
body looks on such an explanation seri
ously. The King is to take command of
army on the 1 5th, first establishing his
headquarters at 1 lacenza. All the gen
commanding corps f armee and divi
sions are At their posts. The regiments
nearly all distributed behind the Po,
there remaining in the interior only the
depots, which receive every day masses of
recruits. . These young men eagerly has
ten to join the flag. The reports on this
pointcould not be mora satisfactory. On
sides the municipal councils vote funds
tbe wounded. The enthusiasm is gen
eral, and tha war is considered as com
menced. At this moment to prevent an
xplosion wonld require somethine not far
short of a miracle.
a
State Affairs in Italy.
TRUSTE TO BE ATTACKED FIRST—AUSTRIAN
COMMUNICATIONS WITH VENETIA
THREATENED—THE AUSTRIANS INTRENCHING
THEMSELVES.
[Farts May 15th, Cor. London Times.]
iroai all one learns, " We may expect to
hear towards the end oftEe present month
of gereat events occuring in Italy. The
Italians consider that their government is
no longer bound by its promise not to be
the first to attack Austria. Indeed, they
seem never to have considered any such
engagement as serious; at any rate, now
they are nearly ready for commencing
operations, if it ever was serious, a is no
longer binding upon them. The nomina
tion of Garibaldi is, in their view, itself
an indication that acting on the defensive
never was really entertained. A variety
of plans is attributed to the Italian gov
ernment. One, which seems generally ac
credited here is commencing by an attack
on Trieste, and at once cutting off the
communications between Venetia and
Vienna. - A large force, some say of 30,
000 Italian troops, are Assembled a t Fog
gia and Taranto, who besides Garibaldian
volunteers, are to be shipped for the at
tack on Trieste. It is not hardly possible
that the Austrians are not carefully watch
ing every point of the coast out it is
nevertheless believed that they do not ex
pect attack there, but rather at Venice
or Pola. At a short distance, about Half
an hour by rail, north of Trieste, is the
Junction ofthe lines from Venice to Vien
na. The destruction of the railroad,
though it might not be held, would be of
obvious advantage, and a lodgment there
would be of immense importance. At all
events, we may expect that the Italians
will deliver their first blow at the most
vulnerable point, and where they are the
least expected. - It is admitted that ;they
are determined to avail themselves of
every one and everything likely to ad
vance the great object they have in view.
They are planning propagandism and ris
ings in the East, Montenegro, Bosnia,
Servia, &c. They will leave no stone un
turned ; and they" make no secret thatthey
would see with pleasure a conflagration
throughout Europe for a chance of getting
possession of Venetia.
General Le Fever—Amatory Reminiscences
Concerning a Democratic
State Nominee.
[From the Toledo Commercial. May. 23.]
General Benj. Le Fever, the Democratic
nominee for Secretary of State, was, when
mustered out of servicalast July at Camp
Chase, the Major of tbe 50th Kegiment, O.
V. I. We believe he went out with the
50th Eegiment in the autumn of 'C2, as a
Captain. He was made a Brevet Briga
dier General about two months si nee. lie
is a member of the- present- Legislature,
and was elected on the Democratic ticket
from Shelby county. In the army he was
known as a jolly, good-hearted, genial fel
low with such true bearingof a gentleman
that, no one ever discerned his real
thoughts. He stands sixfeet and one inch
in his stockings, and the sun of prosperity
has shown above him for twenty-six sum
mers, leaving him still a bachelor. Ben.
is constitutionally tired, and has always
taken the world easy. His civil liie has
always run rippling and foamy, like a
little'lrook, and in tho army, wars and
rumors of wars seldom disturbed his
nerves,; or his equilibrium. In North
Carolina, where we knew him best, Ben.
was Judge Advocate of a Court Martial
for the trial of uncivil civil offenders, and
we believe he did his duty lise a gen
tleman. More than this, he cultivated the most
friendly relations among the rebel and
rural divinities of the ancient town of
Salisbury, and the muses were often evok-
ed in amatory verse to give vent to Ben.'s
" pent up Utica " of spontaneous admira
tion. Ben. lell desperately in love with a
mellow-eyed, peach-cheeked damsel of
Salisbury, but her father, a rebel Major,
whom Stoneman's " bummers " had run
ten miles on the double-quick without
shoes, completely annihilating his toe
nails, seriously objected to the slim Yan
kee Major, and Ben. was compelled to
plead his passion on the sly.
To the credit of our gallant friend, be it
said, his love was fully reciprocated, and
many a soft June night 'neath the eaves
of the balmy magnolias, the "blue" and
the " gray " clasped hands, and cold, gray
lankee eyes, and eyes that swam in
thrilling tenderness, looked through all
the mvsteries of " reconstruction,'' and
Ben. was reconstructed. Ivo wonder he
should stand upon a platform favoring
the immediate admission of the Southern
delegates to Congress. Was he not duly
converted? The divinity whicn nas
shaped his destiny, we fear, has been hie
ruin. We regret that it is so. W"e
mourn that Ben.'s glory should depart so
soon.
A Specimen of Conservative Style.
The La Crosse (Wisconsin)
is a conservative paper, from wliose edi
torials in praise of Jeff. Davis and other
prominent rebels wo have had occasion at.
times to quote oy way 01 illustrating ini
true conservative animus. The follow
ing is an extract from the latest effusion
of tne editor:
'Suv, you radical, nigger-loving, Ann
Dickinson, Fred. Douglass, Ben. Butler
stvlo of Bepublicans, how do you like
Johnson ? .. How do you like going out of
the Union lor a rresident lou men
who preach that God is controlling events,
political as well as eternal, how do you
like Tennessee statesmanship? How does
it compare with flatboat style ?
"And God said let there be light, and
there was light.' This is Bible.
"'And being ir. torment, they lifted
up their eyes and taw,' not Abramam in
the bosom of Lazarus, but Andrew John
son in the AYhite House. Pretty picture,
isnt it, you freedom-shrieking, press-
mobbing, Democrat-hanging, cotton-steal-
ins, women-robbing, plunder-loving, pri
son-advocating, Democrat-abusing, bal
lot-box-stuffing, office-holding sepulchres,
lull pi nigger s bones .' .
"How do you like the new President?
WTouldn't you choke gently on Booth's
windpipe ii he were still alive ? How do
you like this going into the Democratic
party for a horse to nitcn up your mule :
The seed ot wbito men snail bruise tne
head of Republicanism, and Johnson shall
be the next Pre-ident. Verily we say
unto you, now is the time to repent! It
is bad for you fellows to swap horses when
crossing a stream. Wny don you Ite
publican, wenen-nugging, ireeaom-snneK-
mg, law-breauing, u mon-natmg ' mem
bers of the only treasonable party in the
Union get drunk and parade with
torches?'
Hon Martin Welker.
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Gazette says of this gentle
man:
"Hon. Martin Welker is ono ofthe quiet
men of the Ohio delegation, and at the
same time one of the soundest and truest.
Xo one ever wonders how he is going to
vote when anv test question comes up. If
there is any radicalism to shoulder he is
not the man to dodge ; on the contrary he
is just the one to be on hand at all tuese
times, to vote himself, and in a quiet way,
advise others to do right, and go to their
constituents on that. He takes little part
in the debates, but watcnes all legislation
closely. " -.
His speech, of February 7tb, upon re
construction, was among the clearest ex
positions ofthe questions at iEsue of those
delivered during tne session.'
A Gentleman in Hoops.
The Quebec Morning Chronicle has the
folowmg:
Will the lsdics countenance the inno
vation? During yesterday's drenching
rain we met a gentlemen having on an
India rubber overcoat, tho skirt of which,
at the lower edge, was expanded by means
of a strip of cane, similiar to that assumed
by the ladies on the first introduction of
hoops; we readily venture to admit
this trespass on the ladies' department,
inasmuch as it affords equal protection to
the lower limbs, as does the umbrella to
the head and shoulders, particularly so in
the event of high winds. We venture
further to predict that the amount of
comfort derivable from this simple con
trivance will ensure jts general adoption.
The Pope has uttered a double proph
ecy. At a ceremony held in the Chapel
of Palazzo Massimo, in commemoration of
miracle which, according to a Roman
legend, was performed by St. Phillip, who
raised from the dead A youth of the fami
ly of Massimo, a select party was present,
chiefly belonging to the high, clerical or
legitimist noblesse. -His Holiness made a
brief speech in an inspired and prophttic
tone, and- spoke of tho future, says the re
port, as if from the impression of second
sight. - He said that the present year
would be one of triumph and of briliiant
victory over tbe enemies of the temporal
power.. -"I shall" he remarked, "behold
triumph, and, in 1868, I shall render
up my soul te God." ' This singular
prophecy is said to have produced a pow
erful effect on the audience, some of whom
were moved to tears.
A Gentleman in Hoops. Railroad Finance in England.
In the English Heuse of Lords, on
Monday night, May 14th, Lord Kedes
dale made the following observations on
railway financial operations in England :
There was another instance of a very
large concern. It had been working for
a considerable period, and was A very
energetic line, which stopped at no ex
pense to carry out its objects. He men
tioned it because it was connected partly
with the contractors who had just failed,
and when their lordships heard the pro
ceedings that had occurred in regard to
the raising of the Capital ofthe line they
would not be surprised -at the failure ef
the contractors of the financial embar
rassment of the company. Last year
there was a new scheme for the extension
of that line into the city, for which A sep
arate capital was raised for - ' large
amount. In the course of the year the
contractors went to the Credit Mobilier
Company for 1,000,000. -. 1
A Peer What was the hatne of the
company?
Lord Kedesdale The London, Chath
am and Dover Railway. They raised that
sum on the following terms:
For 21 cash there was given 40 ef
fuljy paid up stock, thus sacrificing 19 to
obtain 21. It was in effect getting 577,
500, by a sacrifice of 522,590. And this
was noted at the time as a most successful
operation on the part of Messrs. Sir Mor
ton Peto and Company, who were quite
satisfied at getting money on such terms.
During tbe present year the value of
money had increased, as had also increas
ed, most probably, tbe embarrassment of
contractors. It is therefore announced
that 100 stock could be had for 27 10s,
and a sum of 624,2o0 was raised at a
sacrifice of 1,645,700. Was it possible to
suppose that a system so reckless could
ever stand, and was it either reasonable or
proper to allow it to go on ?. . ..'...!"
i
German Personals.
[London Cor. Cincinnati Gazette.]
j
Both BiBinark and Mensdorf are unwell,
and daily visited by their sovereigns, who
wish to receive their official reports. Fran
cis Joseph, accompanied by Count Ester
hp.zi, the Minister without portfolio,drives
daily into the foreign office, and spends
there several hours in consultation with
his Secretary of State. Mensdorf, who
holds in the Austrian army the rank of
Field Marshal, has begged the Emperor
to relieve him from the overwhelming and
responsible duties of his office, and ap
point him to a command in tha army.
The Emperor, careworn himself people
pity him when they meet him riding in
the Prater as yet has not consented to
the request, but in case he - will accept
Mensdorf a 1 resignation, . Esterhazi, the
Hungarian who exercises great influence
over the Emperor, will be appointed to the
foreign office, in order to secure tbe hearty J
support ot the brave Hungarians. . j
BiBmark was suffering of a sore foot,
and the witty Borlinians said "no wonder
he ha gone too far. King William holds
even the Cabinet councils in the foreign
office, in order to accommodate his modern
Richlieu." The rumors about intrigues of
tbe Court and Camarilla against Bismark
aro unfounded. The best proof for it yon
have in the fact, that Prince Adalbert,
the Prussian Admiral, by consent of the
King, has just named the two new iron
clads built for Prussia in France, "Queen
Luisa" and "Count Bismark." - j
A man named Bangs, an actor, one of the
small-unknown of his profession, recent
ly attempted to get up a little notoriety
by having his his name coupled with that
of James E. Murdoch. His mode oi'
operation was simple.: First, he assumes
that there is a report in circulation that
Mr. Murdoch has said he will not play on
the same stage with Bangs, because the
latter has been a soldierin the rebel army.
He then calls upon Mr. Murdoch at bis
hotel, to have a denial which shall be du
ly published, to the great honor and
glory of the immortal Bangs. But there
was some friction in the working of the
plan. Mr. Murdoch, as was expected,
denies having spoken the words charged,
or any other in fact, utterly ignores the
gentle Bangs, so far as his playing is
concerned; but harrows bis soul and
destroys his advertising dedge by tbe ex
pression of his opinions to tbe effect (we
quote from the card of the indignant
Bangs) "that every man who had takes
up arms against the United States flag
was a scoundrel and a traitor, and tnat
the lowest pit of hell was not hot enough
to burn tbem. '
Exit Bangs. Columbvs Journal.
A young man in Newport, Vt- wanted
a wife badly, and took a young lady out
to ride. Alter proceeding a lew miles be
asked her. "Will you marry me t''1. The
answer was as short a it was sweet: "No,
sir!". Young gent says: "Well, fret out,
and go home afoot, then." The young
lady accepted his advice, and reached
home in safety.
FOR SALE.
SALE OF
Railroad & Turnpike Hocks.
OVTICE Or TRIE COMMtMiOKXKS OF PlXUXQ FCND, 1
lOLCMBr. unto, pni J, iW
TN PURSUAJSCK OF A JOIN
J Ke'ilutin of tha General Assembly of the
Mate Ml uuw, parsd April t, 1BW, sealed Oias
will be received at this onVe until 12 o'olock noon.
on the 1st day of June, 6ti, for all or any part of
th) stork owneti by tne Mate iu tne following
Turupikeand Bailroad Companies, at which time
th bids will be opened and the contracts of sal
awarded in case tbe Commissioners approve the
same, and tne irovernor snail givs ais consent
thereto is writing, vix : I
Ain't of Stock.
Sand n -iky, Dayton tk Cincinnati Ball
road Co $305,800 00
road Co .....r
Batavia & Union Bridge Turnpike Co.
Cincinnati, Columbus A Wooster Turn
pike Co....
Cincinnati A Hamilton Turnpike CoH
20t2W 00
75,800 oi
44,850 00
66,060 00
Cincinnati A Harrison Turnpike Co
Cincinnati A Xenia Turnpike Co.
.103,660 0U
Co..! . 85,T75 4
Dayton A Covington Turnpike CoWMH 81,480 09
Dayton A Lebanon Turnpike , Ml, 49,460 00
Diiyton A Springfield Turnpike Co,....., 65,450 OtJ
Davton A Western Turnpike Co .. 1)6,900 00
Hamilton A Kossville, Darrtown, ,Ox-t , 1
ferd A Fair Havtsn Turnpike Co. J. 4,T2 00
Hamilton, Somerville A Eaton Turn- - '
1 .pike Co 49,926 W
unmtiton.springneio: A Carthage lura- . j
Pi
the bids should oe endorsed Prowal for Bail
i'.KO ' O ... 33.4.M) WJ
road ctc," " Turnpike flock." as the caaa may be.
JAB. u.wuiKM. r-resident. --
WM. HSNBY SMITtt,tresry. 1
W. H. WEST. Attv'y Go'l, !
Tr27;313 Commissioners of the Sinking Tond
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NOTICES.
Thomas Gregory Pl'ff."i Before Wells Porter, J
vs. . i Cleveland, township,
Wm, Caive, Tf "t.; ) Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
ON THE 7tii ' DAY OF MAT, 1866.
said Juitkje l5ncd an order of attachment in
the ahave action for the sum of sixty-six dollars
and seventy fivw cents.
THOMAS GR IE GOBY.;
WM. T. TOrSLEY. Plaintiff '9 Attorney.
Cleveland, May 9, 1365. may Hr 318 2tw3w
W. fi. Wight, Pl'ff.
--- Yf.
Travers A Co., Def'ts.
) Before Wells Porter,!
J.P.tof Cleveland town
) ship, Coyahoga Co., O.
ON THE 23th DAY OF APRIL,
183ft, said Justies issued an order of attach
ment in the above action fur tbe Hum on handi-ad
and ninety-seven dollars and thirty-fonr cents...
w. a. wiHT, .
WM. V. TOCST EY, Plaintiff a Attorney.
Cleveland, May 8th, 18Si. mayH:318-2tw3w
MASTER'S SALE.
MISTER'S SALK. PuraBatt to the
command of an order of sale, issnea from
tlte Court of Common Piers of Cuvahos:a Count t.
at the suit of Abisal T. Lour, e. at., vt. Franos
Long ei. aU. to me directed, I shall expose for sale
at public .auction, at the door of tbe Court House,
In I be city o Cleveland, on Monday, the 2Mb, day
of June, A. D., 166i, at three o'clock P. M., the
follow i tit described premises-: ITo ami raised
value is placed immedutelv after the number of
eacn ioi.j cemtr iots (ir 9 Wt) 42, 9200.)
(45. S315,) (4. $).) 47, $375.) (134, 150 ) (181,
f.-JOO,) (Ui, $300) ?02, S150,)f217,$360,,SH8, $350)
(H3T. $16) 2 8,85,) (;3, s00,) (244, (300) (Ml,
$25u,, VMA, StfMVinS. 6. St ne'e aJlomst ofrmrt
of luftcj-eloulao- 3, and 100: acre lot 487, and
part oi origins!. ac e lots i& and ISti in the city
of Cleveland. . . ALLAN T. BRiMdMADS, -
Master Com mi toner.
KILLIY A G II IB WOLD. Plaintiff 'a Attoraevs.
Cleveland. May l, 18r6. n.ay'25-321:dltaww
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PROFESSIONAL.
MISS - i. HAKTHA5, rKlCHCAL
Phycfe.a fbr the trtm-Trt of .U curable
dilutee..: Moasa. Pariar A Johnn Hon e.
Poetoffioe Boi ac5e. CieTelsiid, O. - v ; mAr23:a&
DENTISTRY.
BITLKR eBES.vriKIB bare re
saoved their Detrtat Booma to Bosuw JsTo. 283
Superior street, opposite Case Building. aj ; .a.i ;
sm. o. s. tmvsn,- - jojem EExyrtian.
- . . msyI:B15 ,. . , -
tilAS. W. & COS WAX W. 99BLILT'
Altornejs it Counsellors t law
... w. ABEBICAH. CDILDLoTGl, - t
CLSVEUjni, Osilx
mnriT w. wnr.
B0SW00B JBW8LKI 1 few sets
JD received nt . i - ' --- ''
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CtTPNOTTCESr
N0TICK 10 all whom It may con-ccrn.-Notie
ia hereby given tht H id
dMnuid nPi-MAAF h tb.vjav Ooancil. of the city
of Cleveland, to provld &r the conitmction of
Wer ib Cruokei .. to connect with the
Browne)! itretit min -; aiU for that pnrpo
til ordiiuLDce ! Dendinir before Htid City Con
sncll.
Daring been twice read before the same asvd now
laid eii the table. Adt perils haTintf objecliout
to tbe const rvction of laid fewer wre hereby ra
quired to ale the tame in writing with the City
Ctork of aaid elty within two woeki after the fx
piration of three weeks from the first publication
of tbii notice.
By order of the Oity Council.
O.K. HILL. CH Clerk.
Mry 30, 1S68. mey30-3i4
VyOTlCK-ToMl whom It may concern
Xl .Notice it hereby given tutttt is d-med
neeeviary by th City-tfuaocil, of ths City of Cleve
land, to provide forth eoaucUua of Prospect
8rt Branch Sewer No- 4, with branches in Hun
tington and Cheshire streets; and for that porpusa
an ordinance. la pending before said City Umnctl,
having been read twice before the tame, and now
laid on the table,- Any person having olfaction
to the construction of said sewer, are ben by re.
qmred to lie the same in writing with th Sity
Clerk ef said city within two weeks after th-x
piration of throe weeks from the first publication
of this notice. 1 --
By order of the Oity Council.
C. K. HILL, City Clerk.
: May 30, l66g. . mi:J:j
NOTICK-To all whom tt may concern
notice ia hereby given that it is deemed
necessary by tbe City Council, of the City of Cleve
land, to provide for the construction of a branch
sewer in an alley tyftig between Sadie avenue and
Proptct street, and for that purpose an ordinance
pendibic before ssid City Council, having ben
twice read before the same, and now laid on the
tabid. Any person having oLjwctionn to the con
t ruction of said branch sewer, are hereby requir
ed to file the same la. writing with the City Clerk
of t aid city within two weeks after tbe expiration
of three weeks from the first publication or' this
notice. ?
By order of the City Council. '
V. S. HlXIi.CitT Clerk.
May 30, tm. may3u:V4
N0TICKTO 0TaACr0R8sr Propo
sas will be received at the Office of the City
Civil Ingineer until two o'clock, Jun 4lb, fvr
building Case Avnne Main Sewer -
Clau and nueciucatiaus way be sacn and more
particular information obtained at sahl Kcgineer's
Office ' The Board of fHty lmprovnieais iitvite
tbe submission of htds, rtserviog the right to ac
cept or reject the same. i
. By order of tha Board. . ;
J0H5 WHITELAW, ;
; City Civil engineer.
niay26-320 -
NOTICE To owners and agenta ol lots
and lands bonudiug or abnttiug en both
sides of Scorill ft ire, between Perry and Greeu
wo- d streets; upon both side of Biownoii street,
between JCucltd aveauaaAd Prospect street: You
will please take - notice .that you are hereby -re
quired to grade, gravt-1' aud flag, with brick or
stone si a lert in width, the sidewalks ia front of
your resptctire lots or lauds, ki accirdncj with
tre general specifications for sidewtlke in the
office of tho City CitiI Jtugineer, and to complete
tne came on or before, the 1st dy of September,
lBttS. If the above reutst s not complied with
within tbe time herein specified, th wurk will be
done by thee ty with stone, and tbe cost theieof
asMaed as a tax upon the property bounding or
abutting upon th eidtWdik improved . :
By order ef the Board of City Improvements, :
. M. WATTKBSOM,
Cleveland, May tM,,l86fl.-mav24;:T20fMerk.l
Vf OTIC 8. The attention or ail par-
sies interested is-caJled to the proviionof
factions I and IV, of an Ordinance to prevent th
sale of Intoxicating liquors on Sundays, which
sect! ms are as follows:
See. I. No person shall sell, or Kive awny, or
expose for tab, an? intoxicating liquor, or keep
open any saloon, grocery, bar or othr plaea, on
Sunday, for tbe purpose of selling, giving away,
or exposing for sale, wtoar.ieati.ig liquor.
. 'MiJ. IV. Any pereen violating any pro v it Ion
of ths ordinance, sbaJI.-cm conviction thereof be
fined not lass than tea nor more than hfty dob
Ian." in conformity with tha provisions of this ordi
nance, talooue, grsceriei, barn, or other places
wberv intoxicating liquors are sold, must be closed
from lit o'clock ou eeh Saturday night to Li!
o'clock en Sunday night.
By order uf the Board or Metropolitan Police.
H. M. CHAPIS, f resident.
J. BosBOsniB, Secretary.
Cleveland, M .y 18, 18 .d. tnayl9:18
N0T1CK To all whom It may con
cern. At a regular meeting of the City
Council of the City or Cleveland, he'd Ma' 8, 160(1,
the following resolution-was adopted, vie :
KfMicwi, 9hat iu thee pinion of this Counril, it
Is deemed aecesiary to grade and improve Minne
sota Pt reel in accordance with th plans and pro
file of said street In the City CiTil Engineer's
Office-. Any person or persons chuminc damaces
by rason of said improvemeut, are hereby requir
ed to file- their claims in writing with the City
Clerk within fire weeks from tho first publication
of this res'Uutiou, or be forever barrel from tiling
any claim, or receiving sny damsw therefor.. .
, . C. K. HILL, City Clerk,
May If, 18rfl. ; ' taay10:il8
N0T1CK To all whom It may con
C?rn At regular meeting of the City
Conntil of the City of Cleveland, held May (, 1803,
the following resolution was adopted, via : -
Resolved, That in the opmiuu of this Council it
is deemed necessary to grade, pave, and improve
Superior street, btweeu Monumental Park and
Erie Htreet; also, to grade, pave, and improve
ITraikfort street, trtwetto Seneca and Wat?r
streets. Any peison or persons claiming damages
by reason of such grading audpavirg, are hereby
aotifitd that they axe required to tilt their claims
In wilting with the City Clerk, witbfu five wuuks
from the first publication of this notice, or be for
ever barred from filing anv claim or receiving any
damages therefor. tJ. I. HILL, t-'ity Clerk. .
May 10, 1866. mayH:3l8 "
PATENT FENCES.
KIGS PAT EXT WOOD 4IVD
IUOaV FEXCE.
The Cheapest, most Beautiful aad
Durable Fence now In use.
Manufactured by tbe Union Fenc
- Company of Palnesville.
T. W. XORSir, Agent, Sartwell's Block,
- - - CLEVELAND, OHIO.
rilHlS FENCE IS .MADE OF WOOD,
JL braced with Iron, set in ornaments! iron
punts, wh'ch is embedded in a stone foundation,
aad the whole is painted with three coats cf best
quality of paint aad thoroughly saml"d with light
colore sand. J Us woua part oi tlie tenoe is so con
structed that it does nof touch the groond. and
thei-s is no place where water can possibly t ab
sorbed. It" ace it will last, at be loweht calcula
tion, 7 years. 7 fee gmtrs are made upon tbe moi
improved principle, ana are ornamental in tui
highest degree. The painted oruainents are all
iroa.. By many this fence, when set, is taken to
o composed entirely of iron, so airy and subbtan
tUl Is it to appearance. '
The attention of those wishing to improve the
appearanre of their front yards, aad those con
tern plating building, is railed to this fence, now
n'cd in front of the dwellings at tbe following
genAtraen oi inw ciiy : "
TROsn 'VSQttf iTBI BsYCLISTEB FkWCE W1TBI IKOS
Peter Thatcher, Ke., t?mva tntett.
H. M. Class, feq , Seaeo Street.
O. W. Morrill, Ssu., Seneca street.
D. A. Dangler, Esq., II aro u street, east of Erie,
reyrite urown, AJiy,. Jtucud street.
O. H. Bnrt, Esq., Auclid street.
THOni CSlXftTB BU.LUTER VEVCS W1THOCT IB0K
riCK.LT OKMASKNT.
Mrs. Crowe), corner hsprior and Erie streets,
JteY. -eV.tiff. uawu, BUperto street.
H. M. Ohapin, Esq., t. Clair street.
H. O. Hitchcock, at. Clair street.
A W. Fairbanks, ht-CIair street.
H. V. Wilsonv ttt. Clair aurot.
Mrs. Bond, St. CI air street.
8. C. Porter, Architect, Huron street.
Br. Sapp, Hnron atraet.
rsi&o Tat oai .nexET fence style.
Tt. P. Weddell. Esq., Euclid avenue.
For further nirttculars call at nr offir. nrar
Eoer's Crocks ty tore.?whexa aamnla fences and
arswiLps can oe seea. ...
may 25:348 T. W. MORSE, Agent.
REDUCTION IN PRICE,
toencan Watches,
Made at Waltham, Mass.
TN CONSEQUEC O.P THE KK-
CENT great decline hi gold and silver and all
the materials used in the manufacture of our good l
and in anticipation of s still further decline, w
hava red used onr prices to as low a point as tbey
can be plaeed ' ' -
With Gold at Par,
that aoous need hesttat to watch
a now
tram ths expectation that it will 'be cheaper at
soma future tinw. The test of ten yean and Am
manufacture and sals of
; . More tbaa SOv.ooo WaEetis
given onr productions the very highest rank
among ti me-keepers. , Commencing with ths de
termination to make, only thoroughly excellent
watches, onr business has steadily increased as the
public became acquainted with their value, until
months together, wo have been nnable to sup
the demand. We hava repeatt dly enlarged our
factory building nntil thy mam cover over three
acres of ground, and give accommodation t more
than eight hundred workmen. -t r
Wear fully justified in stating that wa now
make MORE THAN OXE-HALF OF ALL THE
WATCHES SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES.
he different grades aro distinguished by tho fol
lowing trade-marks engraved oa the p'ate:
X. " American Watch Co.," Waltham, Mass.
. "Appletou, Tracy A Co-,'' Waltham, Mass.
3. " P. 8. Bartlstt,, Waltham, Mass.
4. "Wm. Ellery."
ft. OCR LADIES WATCH is of first quality
' naaed 'MApplston, Tracy1 h -Co.,' Wal
5 thaai, aTav. .v--i-A
6. Oar next quality of Ladies' Watches is named
'P. B". fiarrlett,M Waltham, Mass. These
' ' - watches are fnrnished in a great variety of
sizes and stvsss of rases. . : .'S
The American Watch Co., t Waltham, MjBts,
authorize us to statalhat without distinction of
trade-smarks or prioe, - - J ?-rMrx;t.-i
tbe Products of their Factory are
i faUly Warrmsited. j". .
bathe beat tlme-Eeepers of their , class ver
in this or any other country. Bayers should
remember that nnUka-tha. guarantee of a foreign
mahMwh taiiaeciK xewcheaV xAis wursaitsto hi
at all EfuMB agasnat tha conspssrjr.oc thsir
saw&tt and thatiatar tho nsoat thorongh trial,
watch should prove defective fa any pArties
lar, saay always bo exchanged for atiother... As
American Watches' mads at Waltham, are for
oalehy dealersif-nerslly Throughout th country,
do ne.t soBcf t OTdrfs for single watches. ' " ;
CAtTTIOH. Tho jtuhHc ar cautioned to buy
f Tespeetmble dealers. ' All persons telling
eowtttfrfFttt wtM be prosecuted. '
BOxtjrnra "APrt-Etoir,
ari
ngewts for'the American Watch Company,
mayKBlO-BedEW UZ Broadway, M. T.' I
fcPRIXE-COWCEH r.
POSTPONEMENT
THE TMTKD STATES PRIZE CONCERT
To have been given at Crosby's Opera Housa a
Monday- May 28th, 18t,! Will he postponed
owhlch oeaasion
-nntil Monday, July IHh, .
' half a million dollars Id pnxes will K ,
- presented to ticket holders,
"
j including . ,
OKE -&&JJDBED THOUSAND BOLL At 3 t
GREENBACKS
The postponement !s All HuC1 BW!,t0f
fnot so much in consequence of uJ number oi
lirkatH vet nn'dl sui thst-Wxltlv trvHltV s.
Is for a proper registration vf thosa already df
nosed of. which hss been dwlavea in conaeoneece
of the negligence snd car-lesness of a port ion of
our agents in lowkiug tsetr proper imams, vte
advise all parties wanttnc tfcEets to send lor tneni
without delay, as we have bufa limited number
yet on hand. Ws with most particularly to impress
upon the mind of our Agents tho importance of
their making their retnrns atoncand of rectify
ing whatever errors snay hava crept into their re
ports heretofore. We will say to those sending for
tickets, thai if they should all be moii at the time
thtir order is received, fheir money will be re
turned. No application for bow Aea-ies for the
faltof tickets will ba eoasidared. as we hava no
n-ore thn efficient tickets fot thoad Agents we
have already appointed. Tickets are for sale at
principal hotels, book: and ssuido tores ia tho city
and at our ufflce Dearbon-st. rrice SL each ;
St ut by mail on tbn receipt of price and stamp for
return postage. V invite the particular atteu
tiou or persons wishing to order tickets by mail to
tne following -
SPECIAL TERMS, OK CLUB BATE 3. -
Any party procuring s club of five or mora
nsme lor tickets, and forwarding us tne money
for the es me, will be allowed the following coninfcsr
stoD, tie:
WE WILL SEk'D
5 Tickets to one address for. ..... $4 9
10 Tickets te one address for.-... a 00
2 Tick' t. to one addiess rorw.w....WHM. 17 W
UO Tu-kets to one address for.... -4 26
4i Ttckeu tj one address for .. W
60 Ti-krta to cue address for w M,HWW.i3 60
And Tickets toorf sddtess for 86 W
In every raee send the name and post office ad
dress of each separate subwrr ber. Money bv draft.
post ofli3e order, ex pre- orin regltere4 letters,
in ay be sent at our risk. All communications
should bo addressed to
W-U.QITO. BRADFORD A CO.,"
(Post Office Drawer 6113. ) JLVarhon-st.,
. Chicago, Jit
Tho Tropiietors will donate to ths Lincoln and
Doutrhu Monnmftitt Fund : also there will
be reserved from the person drawing the 530,to0
prize, for the same purpose 9iU"tK
t KrKttMTK. Ho:i. Maior Dan. Mace. Ex-M.
C, of Ind.; Hon. Ira J- Lajcock.of Kansas ; Hon.
WiUiam LfiinR wuli Lvous. Iowa ; Hon. Joseph
Knox, of Chicago ; Hou. O. Oravos mith, -f Min
nsotis; Jacob Forytb, Agt. M. B. K. R , Chicago;
M. Krougbcrg A Co , importers of watches,
CbH-ano- '
Proposals lor insert log this advertiKement are
rrqti'--3eii. mry in ct-w s
MEDICAL.
GLAD iEVS.
FOB THE UNEOBTCKATB.
BBU'S SPECIFIC PliLS.
ARE WABBAfiTEO IE ALL CASES
For the Speedy aud Permanent Cure of all Llsei
arising from Sexual Expenses, or
YOUTHFUL INUliCEETIONS.
Seminal Loss, Kightly Emissions and Sensual
Dreams, Genital, Physical and Nervous Debility,
l input nee, ijrieet, BexuaJ I'uteasea, ac.
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS IS KCES8ABT.
And they can be used without detection. Each
box contains 60 Fills. Price One Dollar. If yi
cannot get them of yonr Druggist, they will he
sent bv mail, securely sealed. Dost-ttaid. with full
instructions, that insure a cure, on receipt ofthe
money ; and a pamphlet of 100 pages en (tne errors
ten cents required for postage. Address Dr. JAM Eq
But AA, consulting fhyucian, eii, uroauway
E. T.
For sale by 0. W. CLAHK, Druwrist, llfl Supe
rior streei, jteveiana. sept:rq:w?mi
TO iiAOIKS.
If yon require a reliable remedy to restore yon ass
Dli. UIBVKY'8 FEMALE PILLS.
A never railing remedy for the removal of Obstrucjj
tkms. no Matter tromwnat cans tney arise, iney
are safe and sure, and will restore nature in ererv
ease. They are also efficacious in all cases of Weak
ness, n nites, frolnpsus, Ac. tx,W in boxes cot.'
tAining &J pills, prict9 One Dollar.
Bend for Dr. H ABVKfS Prlvat Medical Advis
er, addressed to females : 100 pages, giving full in
structions, 10 cents required for postage. If yon
cannot purchase the Pills of yonr Draggist, they
will be sent, post paid, secure from observation, on
the receipt of One Dollar, by Dr. JAM KS BRYAN,
consulting rnysician, oi.i Broadway, a. I.
For sale by ii. W. CLABK, Druggist, lltf Hup-:
rwr irAc. ;ivtaan- tvrK:wa(Ti
01ORK TAI.CAIfI,K THAN tiOLD
BSTIS'S LIFK PIUS,
PCKIFT THE BLOOD,
Bt-roove fTwdache, Dizziness, Giddiness, Drowsi
nefl, Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of Sight
Indigestion, Cleanse tho Stomach and
Bowels,
lB.r.rfWFW LTFKIb the DehMitated, and
RESTORE THE BiCK TO PERFECT HEALTH,
Try them I Thy only cost t& cents, and if you
cannot set theni of your Drugtrisi. seud the money
to Dr. JAMES BRYAN, Oonsnlting Physician, 8U
Broadway, m. x., and they wii be sent by re-
turn mall, post paid1
For sale by O. W. CLASS, Druggist, 119 Supe-
nor stre-sr, i,iorpu.na. fP4,rt:wata
PERFUMERY.
NEW PEKFUEIE
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. ,
oOJVJXjir
SfeA.
& r' V ' - lIvN A
S.- 1 - '. . 1
it rMV
1 ritV.V-? i
A Kxquittitc, Delicate ond fra
grant PerfnHif, -Diatilled from thm '
Knrs and ISestmifnl Flwvrer frwaa
whirh ii laltr ( Name.
Mauofactaxed oulyb; PIIAIaOK & HO..
tp Beware of Counterfeits
Auk fP P't uom Tt he no otfitr
Sold by dr&sistE generally.
ffb'-fO:4-2-rvod-eow -
REFRIGERATORS.
REFiilfiKRATORS, '
BEFRTGERATOBS.
Fifteen dlnrPnt sizes and Datrrn. inrlndfner
Frhnoley's celebrated ' Iceberg." Jewett's Arc
tic," " Palace." and other stvles. at Manrifaeiur-'
WATBB-COOLKBS AND WATf B-FILTEBS,
All sixes, suitAble for store or house use.
Torrpy's 4-Minnte Ice Cream Freezers
From stow quarts.
Illustrated Catalogue, with price list, can be had,
on application. W. P. FJOG,
ap'Ji:3:H-eod or. BTip?ior .nd 8enera-wt'.
SPRINC 3ED BOTTOMS.
WRIGHT'S PATENT
SECTION A IV
SPSIXG BED B0TT03I !
' ' ' ft
rpHE BEST & CHEAPEST SPRING
JL BED m one. for Steamboats. Hoels. and Pri
Tate Dweltinga.
Ten years' experience proves that they are bet-
ter adapted to satisfy the wants of th public than
any oner opnng oeain ine mirKetv.
It is acknowledzed by all that they nossees ad-
vantage that render them superior to anything
yet presented to ths country.
In all ctuea. if tber do not -rive entire satfnfac-
tlon after a month's trial, tha money paid for
tnemwui do reronan. .
. WAuKAaTSD FOB TEH YBABH.
PoW by ail fi ret -class vpholflters and farnitare
dealers throagbont the United dtate. . . . t , ,.
Laii and examine.
LIPPIKOOTT A CO.,
Only Manufacturers,
aplgrflqg eed " --09 Canal street, New York. '
s
SEWING MACHINES.
WIIEELER & WILSON'S ,
Sen inff . Machines !
20 Superior Streeet.
WM
SUMNER fcCO.
Pe.s:
AGRKTS.'
PIANQiTUNING
GEO. HALL'S GREAT WESTERN PIANO 'R003IS,
Aos. 191 and 199 OurQ $t, eland, Oolo.
f ASSET fr rnOFEGSIONAL I'XAXO TUSEB. 60 LONG AND
111. f.ori
.Torek.fT tuoen in ttt P' i'f'VM towoe
i. l ine Oreter. ne .j-cij -j wuiw
tt) tbe waul, ur touee bavioj u:i" Patiu., .uu uiui
lit. Pieeoe tuned, ngalsled, repsireel, 4c 4c. ' . " " O
2nd. Pisnoi nibbed, pollihed nd retoTsted, 4c,
3rd. rtUHM Bored, boxed, chipped, Ae. .
4th. Wd Piano, taken toward new, at fair rstes.
N. U. The largest and most complete assortment of fine Fianofl at th lowMt rstes, nion accoel.
Bamlating tc-rroe o, .iirrhse. ma; IS
In Aortheru Ohio m ptrae.e'ii'; r.re tbilitv to pit .
at our jr...iue. ne are now prepared to .ttena
- t x-i nut, a. ae jb ine test auaDer or o - curse.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WHITE -LIME,
BT BCSHIL,
BABBKIi Ott
CAB WAD,
Cheapest mid best la (he Stair.
VO.-drrs promptl! Ulled.
J. V. Jl. KINc.rRy, Afent,
maeJ1-.! -i Benk etnrt. CleT'land, ')
L" - aTTkk b k iioU sk7 p h"i Ii a it K t f II 1 .
The suberribem liarlOK this Uforite
House It bas been refitted and tefniib-d in an
ett-Ktirt teanoer, and ie no. (.repred with, tfc.t
mot perTert pp.,inlmeoe for t;. ree tion of
tt.iwte. Tho nret position smimt flrtla's
OIL LAS 1) FOR 8ALE.
SBVENTY-riVB OB ONK HUN
DRED acr's of Valuable Oil Land, eitii.tr.l
I , Colunil.iana Ominty, Ohio, within a short dii
tance of the celebrated .
ISLAND RUN WELLS,
And not far from SHII H S FKKBT.
Tor Particulara addresa BOX 3T,
matOT-.H SI.LKSHKMr CITT. PA.
H1KBIK6.
-A hair-barrets Jost rrcched.
OVU These fi.h were taken In tl!e "Oconto
Kieer" are Tory large, n 'd lIi. red to be the beet
In tbia market, and are offered at wholesale at $4,0.1
my!aM"rBnAPBrKS. WII,L'Ail A CO
littPtAiiieBlSRS, BRICK kli bfOXK
7 AB EECEIV1XG AXD HAVE
ffV oou.tautlr in .tore, end for sale at th
lowest market price, in lota to mill, tbe celebrated
Fremont White Stone Lime, the best in market lor
white ttaish and all other purposes. -n2:3Jl
J 'KUS11CB A l Ag ts. 01 Blear A,
AuniTot or 8raT' 0Trir, '
Colvmscs. O, Maj, li6. 1
LAND SCRIP FOB "SALK. We of
fer for sale the AjricnHnre band Betip own
ed by th. tttateorOhio.n the foilo. mt teroic .
In quantities of 1M) to I.0UU err re at wat per
acre; in quantities of 1 to lo.ulU ecrea at 76
eeuU per acre; in quantities of Nl,jo to.6o.Oio
avreeatTU cents per acre. In outntitbw above
6(,0W acres, seme additional reduction ia prle. will
be made, and time tor part payment maf ho ob
tained, rf desired. -
f bis scrip may be lomted on an OoTernnent
lands subject to entry at tl.2 pr acre (mineral
lands excepted).
Those who buy ofthe State will b sate from un
fair practices.
JA8. H. OODMAN, Auditor .f State,
H 8. WARN KB. Treasurer of State.
W. H. SMITH, Secretary of State.
may2M j
ItOHESTIG 8KWISU MACHIXE.
S1
TITCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES.
OKKAT lMPBOiKMEST IS 8K1.NG
MACniSES. The di.nieeiio will do a greater
range of work than tb four dilieieut graue or
sizes of othr tending machines, and inn more
perfect manner. It combine, eliuplicity of con
structton with perfect action. 6eui for circtriar
andsunplMof woik fireat indnceraenu offered
toagents. . . O. W. ;BOWKI.b A CO.,
may In l'-fl Suprior-et., -leeel nd, Ohio.
Business Men Wanted
aX ENGAGK PERMANENTLY, ON
. talary or commit t ion. to rHCriYa and nil r
dr, and rnllct on abcrillon. for anperioc
ubticripMon Books and llartainVSeria of Sacrtsd
and National ngraiog, imlmlintr hi- 'argeana
matcble-s KDtrraving ol L13i:uLH AND Hi
FAMILY, from WaugVa pre Painting; alao
BETHLEHEM,' a trno companion -piece for
";ltrlit Blr-i.inE Little Onild ran.' iti aup-ri-ority
ott other Kngravins claimd as an appro
priti match, partake or a atrikini; contrat.
SalhnimT.it wltheal precden( Intbaktatorj
of KngraTingf .
An examination of onr Mftortment will aati-fj
mnj one. that for merit, power and bwitj of da
ifta, high artimio nniih, tnd aaleabUity, ib7
have no qual.
A few General Baperintendenti wanted, to em
ploy men and conduct tbe corrftpoDdence con
nected with tne basinet, in the New Kugl-tti aad
Western State.
ReferencM required. Am-ly fither personally
or by letter, stating age. p- and present voca
tion, Ac, Ac, toO. L. VAW NOBTWICK, No
V!A, Rooth west corner, of Hon anient aarf, Cleve-
lani, Chip, or
WL H. CI R RAN,
At General Ofllna and Halearaom, Maia-at corner
ot Water, Jtocneater, . x. .
Or to ehbsr of oar General 5itpeTintend-nt of
branch eOicea, aa follow: 11. D McGeorce, 94
8tto-at.. Albany, V. T ; J H. Jones, Jiear
born -st., Chicago, Illinois; W. D. Baker. 9S i Grant
St.. Fittibnrgh. ra. - mau:i-
AA BBbS. HICKORY
fJUVf LDBBHJATI0 IL.-ThitOil is eonal
tthe celebrated Mecca Oil for all lubricatinc pur
poses. - It has been tboronghly tested for tlie paet
year on all kinls of machinery, and has given per
feet satisfaction. We are prepared to fnrnisb it in
quantities to suit Mrchaiwrs, at reaaceti rates.
BOBKBT 11 ANN A. A CO.,
mvttXt : ltjB and IT! BWer-st.
WINDOW LA8S. -
THE LAKGEST STOCK IN THE
City, inclnding larg: tUe, to which additions
wui tie mane as reqnirea.
TOBB8T CITT VAB518H CO.,
mar2T 63 franfort street,
VAR3ISHES.
I A A BARRELS VARNISHES-
lUv Some very fine, of car own make.
For tale by
fOBKST CITr VABSISH C0n
63 Frankfort street.
TO CABINET MAKERS ASD 0TUKR8,
BECK dfc COWELL,
Bfannfactnrera of Bedflteads, Wavhins Macbinea.
Clothes Mangles or Ironing Machine, and all
ftuasia of Turnings, hav on band and for sale
vxr Beds tends,
1000 sets of roand corner bedstead tnrnlngs,
SO,) Bpindlee,
0000 sets of corners,
Tble lee, crib tnrotoirs. Ac. A., which we will
ell at leas than naaal rates.
Factory in Honae A Taft s Planme Mill, corner
vi Aim mun wcodq sireets, wrevc oiue.
PostotBce aodregB 270 Snperior-t. marl7
YT00DK J VAES AT WHOLESALE
I T Any quantity of
3 Hoop PallB,
3 Hoop Pallf,
Sap Bnckets,
Wash Tab,
Mop Handles,
AT MAXUFACTCBBB'S PBICK8, can he band
MORGAN, ROOT ft CO.8.
CAUSTIC SODA !
"-SODA ASH 1
SULPHURIC ; ACID !
AQUA AMMONIA I
At tbe Lowest Market Rates.
OB SAX! BT
PennsjlYnl Salt Manufg Companj
ian24:K11 PTTTBBTJTtQfT, PA.
SAFES AND SCALES.
Forsyth's Scales!
Warranted V. S. Standard.
OVBH, 150 Tarietias Adxpted to ererj
bnsineas. Alw,
FORSYTHS' COPYING - PBESSES
Warehouse Trucks ft Sa?ar JUUs,
AsS BLAB VIS. PATBNT ( ArDal and Br Fleeter)
Fire, nurs&iT aad Damp Proof
Tor Sinks. Kercejsct. Ac A lea desaat HOtSI
8AFKS in styles. offnmitwra,lrir Plate aad Jew-
SCAli'8 1KB BirES KIPAIB35B.
We have ouui.teul uiecbaolcs in eui- en pie r
for tfa.pnrpoae of repairing . t
snd ere prepared'to do all kinds of work in onr Hue
short-soUee end -reeenoeblo terms. .All work
warraoeert T BOBATTB A WBSIlAKK, l I
General aeiU for Torpyih's Scale an Q sUrrin'l
lease, IT Water -etreetu-i . eeST
BITTERS.
ROBAGE.j
SUGAK-COATED,
2
o
tt
Ii.
o
PURELY VEGETABLE.
Free from Mercury '
AHO '
ILL MINERAL POLSON,
And are, undoubtedly, th
bsst nmsdy sztsnl
SICK 1D SEMOCS HEADACHE 4.
fflneoos maabrsM of Dm boweja.
Uierebj ruMTls. th caoMt. As
iM :Plli
o
thaj sab km u riral, beirrr oom
poaed of tbe nosi
Pewerflit VegelabW Exfracts
wUeknsTssdirsriaerioBoaths
BPIiEEJf AITD LIVES,
tk bmry fee f whfc can be
aeea after ew or tww doses. Thej
Remove the BW,'k ' ,s
- Assist ingestion,
- Cure CMvnM,
Ib bet, tbey are, as their bsom
Indicates, tbe :
K
O
O
e
BLOOD PEL
The. Lifa-GiTiiig PrinoiplB.H
They search oct dleem end
strike st IU Terr root, leeriDg the
syatem tn tbe ml vigor of health;
are PERTECTLT HARMLESS TO
INFANTS, OR PER80JI8 OK THB
MOST BIUCAT . OOKMTITU
TIOA'U, sod are
IATBH, STJEjEH AJTD BBTTEB
Purgative Kli
than ha orer before been aranable
to mankind, and, being thickly SU
GAR-COAT ED, are especially adnpt
dasa REMEDY MRCHlLDREk.
m
and neraona who ha a HraA rcf -
awallowin. a . Trto ssnrt
raeauoQaDiy. on of onr moat
wuiactory uathartiob, f w
mnv og BKHiaeneia
aoald be with
n taom.
(fflNCE, WALTON ft CO.,
(Baocessors to Dr. O. W. Rebeck J
BOtB PROPRIETORS,
ITofl. 68, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St.
CINCINNATI, OHIO. i .
HAJR DYE, &C.
T3KACT1. A.
IJ tinrn, . GoMes,
Vlaxett, and Stlkea, .
Cl'RLS prodeeed by
the nee ol Prof. Ik .
Bistt's rRISKR LE
CHATKUX, Oaean-4
Ptieatieo. warranted
to eur! tbe aoat straight aadstubornhatrof ettw
er aes tntewaey riaKleta or Seere nateiee earls.
Has bean naed by th fashkniablea of- Parts and
Londoe, wlih tbe taoat sratifytBY seaiata. . soce
DO iojary t tb h nr. Price by mail, seated aad
postpaid, 51 . Descriptive circulars Hsiled tree.
Address, BEBOKit, 8 dCTTS A C ., ChessiaM, No.
2-6 Bieeratreet, Iroy, U. Y. Sole me. Sr the
Caitwl gtatee. ejayl:3asd-trtAW
WHISK SRS a
AtUsTAUHKs
forced te arow apoe .
the smoutrieet faon is :
rromfbreelosveweeke . .
bl utiUK Dr. KaTIieV F
til 8KB3TAOBATCT.
IB CAP1LLAIBK, Jf
th. Boat wnmlerftlt
dfscorwry In modern arienoe, actiae; S p . fha
Beasd aad UelrtM u aineoss miracukme naBAer.
It ha. bee. need by th. elite ef Bute and Urn lea
with the aroat lattorlnt aeceese. Mesial ef ell
purchasers will be registered, end if aatire satie.
factioB te net Hire. In r.ry instanoa, the neon aw
will b. cheerfnUy refunded. . Pries ey null, aeet.
ed end poetptid, SL. lleeciiptire circurars end
testimonials mailed free. . Addnse BEBOSB,
8UUTTS A CO.. Cheaiata, Ko. 240 Bi-rer street,
TroT, N. Y. Sole eeeate tor tho (Jetted 3tlee.
myl:33e-d trltW
WOXDKSFtJL BUT TRUE. M4D1MI
KSMIXOTOy, the world rwoowried Atrel
ocit and Sottnambnliitie OlairToyaet, while tn
clairvoyant itc, delineates tbe Tery feature of
the person yon are to marry, and- by the aid of an
utiumeot of intense power, known a the-Per!
chomotrope, guarantee to produce a perfect and1
life-like picture of the Cot ore hqeband ami-wife of
tbe applicatit, with date of marriage, occapatlou,
lea:u trait of character. Ao. Thi 1 imno-
ntleu. aa tetiraonlal wltbovt wamfcer canaeeert.
By etating plaoe liirtb, ace, dispotiitioa, eotor ef
eye and asfr, and eDcloeins; afty eeat. and
BtannedenTelopo addrtesed to youreetf, yon wfll
receir tht picture be retnrn mail, tosretber wf tli
deairedinfnriBation.
AddreeeiD cooltdence, MADAME OESTRUM
BSMINGTON, P. O. Box 7. Wtwt Tror. V. T.
TUflV'-lWrU. tiW
DRY COODS.
LAWNS AT TWENTY-FIVE CTS.
Just recelred, at BAILIT A CO.'g.
' lfH Momment Square.
GOOD MADDERCOLOSKD PRINTS
et 12, IS end 18 cents. Jmt opened at
ctn.IV A CO.'F, .
lot Monament Square.
M
OUBNIXG
LAWNS JUST RJS-
BAIt7 ACO.'S,
104 af onnment qnare.
oeire.1 at
lf OUBNING SHAWLS JUr3T RE-
J-'J. eeiTedet
bailey a r.ira
104 Monnment Sqnare.'
A GOOD LIXE OP PLAIN JBLAQK
lined Parasol Jnt recef Ted at ' -
- " ' ' -'- - r4 Monument Sin-ire.
s
I'MMER BALMORALS ' ' AND
Hoop Skirts, at nt ooef, at
., B A HIT )., ' '
; - ' lot Monament grpiare.
DRBt-S GOODS or ALL DKSCRIP
ti at crestty reduced prices at
I . . BAILBY A 0"."S,
yH Moonaent Sgnare. r
ALSXANDER KID- GLOTE3,
fnll Une.jnst receiredst -.-
.-'I.. UAILKTACO.'tV
I : IlAXonnttiant square. .
STJMMEBDELAINES ATTWTNTY
eenteet' - - BAlfcKY ACO s. '
u;a
lot Mnnnment r'naarel-'
fr ss Uiej da, by Tirtn. Xj-a
f safaetaiaiDzrjt7lbctfa.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY
. C'ikd fltiisa Hi rosiiei ;
P1TEXT CFFICS , .l A6EJCT ,
T Iel3r Bak-ntC!eTf!afifl,0.
We ere prepared to transect heelnss ef ens' ,
Kecrlpion reiatiiz to lerentifHi.. iiruelAfa, C.
'eata, SpecUlciH.eaa, Piuita, Infrlmcejnejitj, ead
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