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ISAAC J.-FRANK KulkiUw of sad Dealer la UOOP JSHIRTS AND CORSETS, I. lt Saperlor atreet, aader Johnsoa House. I wave a ku4 aa ea-rFBalTe aaaortBMBt of latest ytes end p-attarae. vVBoleeal. dealers can prdad a tea. twae Nn fork market raise, ay" sfctrva Blade to order OB aaortcat aoUce. auyl IS SPECIAL NOTICES. . - DEAD HEAD, Cr, la other woreW, heads whoa am glorious Withered and Whitened, mosseata U re-clothed with til their : . YOUTHFUL AT1KACTIOXB, j a slas appUeaiioa of that woadarfal teliiaaa CBISTABOBO-B BAIK DTI, artsaM whiskers aai sAastaehas, ladles' carls ' ato which Ike new of age kw preaiatnrely drift 4, aad red, eaady, or vkltof-brova hair, receive, a if ay magic, the rarest shades of Mack or brswa Yrom tkls harailsas botanical hair darkeaer, alB factand tj i. CBI8TADOBO. A. Lor Hooss, in York Botd by Trraxrirts. Applied bj all Batr mam, ' maylfrBlB-ParW-eod . BAXK1X& IIOl'SE OF JAY COOKE & CO., . Corner Wall k Kama-sts., N. Y. ; . f N . CONNECTION WITH OUR LJ.iMMli PfcUdliia and Washington, we are spsaad a HKW TOIK BOU8K at abore to alios, tad ofler oar ssrTkes to Bantu, Honker, aad lares tors for the trsaaasUoa of their Imatasss f o this city, lacladieg purchases aud sole of Qor nsiaiR fltrcBitiu, STOCati. Boifas. ab Qui. Ws are couUttly ricoete4 ot too Stock Bx chaage oad Gold Board, where order oeat at are promptly tiled. We keep oa band a tall -apply of 4itovomoMe Amritlm mt all leanam, buying oad sellief at current pricaa, aadaUewiag . correopoaduate too mot liberal ratee taeatarket aftords. JAT UOOKB A C04 i a IO B16-DWeod t-A SINGLE BOX OF BRA1SD- BXTHt FILLS roatafut mors Timetable cxtrnc tire matter than twaty boxes of ear pills ia the i orid basUes, Sfty-tva haadred physician! tha.m la their jM-actiea to the exchtaiou of other nrgatfTes. The fret letter of their raise is y - ooarotfaj approciated. . When tbry are bettor kaowa. aaaJea death aad eontlaaed sickness all be of the past. Let tbotie who know thtoaepeak right oat la HWr far. It to a datjr which will sate Ufa. Oar race U snbject to a redundancy of Tit la ted bile at this suaeoa, aad it ie ae daagerous as It le prevalent; bat Braadreth'a fill atord aa tavtl a able aad vfloi-fat protectloe. By Ihelr ocean too at as we pravcut the col lectins of thoeu iupari ties whiph, whea easrteat niaa tltfco, oaasesj Bavach daacer to the body's health. They sooa cars Lirar Uoo-plaiat, Dyspepsia, Lots of Appetite, Pal a ia the Head, n.aribera. Pais la the Breast boas, daddea 'aiatucee aod Cot.Teoaee. s'old by all respectable aestr ia aieaiciDes. nuy.Q-ilt DdW i IIUNNEWELIS TLLIj To ottoa.pt to enasserate the iWAiri r I sMBtfold nBlte of the Aaodyae BUVBIilB. I caeee ot Keailtris, Beadache, ToulS aad Ibar At-iut, Bpiaal -Utai pleiau, St. Titos' Waco. Hvetorio, iServoas Ho biiiiy, Lost of Sleep, Pains ia Mea-Jtraatioa, aad the buss reliable teetsjooniele to say poesesetoa, to watca ail are taits to iitepect, wonid exnaust time aad patieaoe, aad whwh auooaduocs to tost will pertocuy Jusuiy. Asthma. How dtduvd parelT a bm-tom oomplaint. ta Bar- fectlj rMwlt la BlMt TlolBt attark. with dmeaof So to a. aroua aaca aaii aor. hmioi aaa .Map will follow tb. Mcond or tburj 4. ho. m. Bold by all WaolaoaW a .4 I .tail Bl.ri ta alnuciBa. Jvbi L. HaBaerell. rroprletor, PraetiaJ UMatist, mA Akmom t CuaiawrcaU w Bart, Bcwloa, Mawi , w-THKGKKAT HEW KNGLAND SIM IDT- Dr. J. W. raUad's Wblta "Hub Coal saad, is Buw otmrii to tbs aflictwl taro&saoat lb. ooaatry, After bbtIbc Imbb proTBd by tb tt at BlMa raars, la Iks Hw luxtaad SUtBa, whan tu asartti B.T. BHiwaw a wall aaawa Bstaatrwa Iroaa which, la part. It aeriTM tu Tirtaas. Ta. I VatuFia. OoBpoaadcaM bor. Tanial, CoUi, . Oowtaa, Bltharla, BrorhlUs, Spittiaf of Blood, aad Palaoaary Sanction. fearallf . It Is a re. aurkabla BASMdy for Kidnaj OomptatBU, Ui.ba tas, OialcallT of Voiding Orlas, Blasdliig from Ik. aMdawys aad Madder, wra.el, aad bluer ooat talaU. Oi.a U a trial If yoa voald lean tba Talus of a twos aad sriad nasiriBB. it la imci aaa ..sara. - Hold Bf VraoMa aad Daalars Kaaisvii aWBS aalr. : B0. W. aWBTT at. D . PraprMor. Boston. M.M. : YM OAHPIBLU. Aad DTBUMO SKMSTBOMG, AseoU. lau3:B10-w BUTCHER'S DKA U SHOT FOR Badbas kills aaaa tanrh, carls thaw ap as Are ; sou a. Sm', aad raasalaa of Borauaaat aoact. Try II, aad saw la saaa. Bold ty all llndragsiits. . arlT,ytl. t: .;- ' : . '. ; iSS-rHILOSoFHY XIKMAKRI AGE. w ha raprlators of I Now York Musobbi of Aaat amj have deiamiaaJ, rasardlMS of exbanea. to Is. we fras (far la. haavSt of sufcrlns: haauuilty, aad aapprasaloB of qaackery) foar of tholr bm! tBtar. BMias aad !BtrBCira Ijatarai B Marriagas aad IU IMaaBBllBoaUoBS, Ihnh aad Physical IM41 ty, Prasamtara aV.-naa of Mabhooa, ladigcatiom, waskaos or Ifepraiatvn,' latsolaBcy, Loss of Knar. ft aad Haaly Puwar ; the Great social (.11, aad lanae staladlos whirh ravult frutt, yonthful follwa, ' isofieewi of ssatarlty, aad Igaaraaoa of Payskdogy and laws of aatara. Thaea lavaliiable U.tuu haTS been ths auaas aaliirhtaniag aad asTiBir rhoaeands, aad will he rvaroad free, on raraipi of foar etaaipa, by atfl " araMiBt BBCEKTAUV, Mow Tork liucna oi Aaatoaiy aad Madioia, dll Broadwsy, Bew York. fcaloBS - ; (tsT M&RRIAGK AM0 CELIBACY, b sa Baaay of Waraiaa and lavtraerloe for Yoaas Maa. AIM, Ilieassae and Abatea which prostrate 1 tka THal aswara, with aara aeeaaa of Tartof. Boat Iras af charge la laaM Mter aoTpkipai. AddtaM Dr. J. 81ILLIN BOUSHTON, Howard Aseocia tloa, Pailaaalahla. P- way 10-381 STTHS BKIDAL CHAMBER. An Baaay af Waraiaf and laatractatfa for Yoan, Man. ASM, new aad ratten, trastwant Sar Msaaass 'p4 aha Oriaary aad Sasasi Bystaaw. Baal Iras la sealed eBTalopas. AddreM TW. 1. nkUltn Boaghtofa, Boward titicliMn, TnmaJlihla, Pa. a)T Bi. PROFESSIONAL. i Cr..C.:B. UGIITfllLl, , - ta HOW AT ; I ROSSELL'S - fQRKST CITY HOUSE, CLEVELAND, OHIO. Treatlag sacressrally, j k , I . . I De&riess;Dlseharges from the Ear ;. , , KOISES IS THE HEAD, j CU1EKI, ! Us Tartona rornt, igAia or tbc it EYE, EAR. & THR.OA Tcstiaooaiale of cares can be teea at hit rootas. " jase4 Uw M . Phyiciaa for the treatsMat of sll carahlt sea. EdAsssa. Parlor 'A'' Jchasoa Bet. DENTISTRY. " BCTLIK S CEEKXrilLB kiTe re awred lhair Dental Boobm to Boasa No. 2 Bansrtoff street, apassiM Oaea Ballding. as. a. a. avrLsa. sona aassBTrcin. (ataylBlS) ! C1AB. W. S C0HW1I W. NOBLE, j IttornejB A Connsellors at Law .1 .-..V'AJIBMiB BUUAUOS, . 7 Outwvs, Osu.i im- - a.,aa a1 ani,. wnaia -HOOP-SKIRTS. ( & OVMTT. i la HOLES AL 1 3ataft.tamlars ,.iy.'j t i I r. u ta i j 0PSllt tj. XdRSETS it 3 " ' ' I i-.ida., ;.gqods, RprlHfSl -a fx. i . -NOTICES. Ax -ati ttad as s partnar ia omr boaae. datincJwea wBOBeaePBAwUBdlOOl JBS 7th, 130S. ; Y3aieS:3Sf rt88irTW. Tie f-rartBmal r XS haretofra fxantag ander the Blwofutn. Bprasws A Oo., U this cay detolred by watBal "eciiaent, JarofM Moaroa and H.nrT A. Bharwia -"wttaayamnBg. Alt cavats das the company are - payW la Ga. Spracwa, aad alt xislma agaiaM mui a-aoah4.aas a. txr&ii -r anoof &. Its eeAna nil ... - T7T,.,- CeoBGtSPBAOS - KSNBI A. BHEiWnl, the is fal tic we the the long tue, An na-my the Side, on is grain-loaded ng teen yoar never court Union had of a past street not p on igan W.J. fitrl Oaloe OaWs ta I PH I DAILY LEADER. For Moraine KdltlOl SeWI tilde. l&- Tor iTeninr Kdltloi Hewi uuae. SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 1866. CITY NEWS. SIX HUNDRED FENIANS ! One Car Load of Arms and Ammunition. nition. They are Going to "Build a Bridge." Six hundred and fifly Fenians arrived hers Thunday from St. Louis. Nearly all era uniformed. All were supplied with cartridges. One car-load of arms, muskets, cartridges, Ac, was with the train. They remained is the depot over night and left for the East yesterday morning by special train of eleven oars immediately be ind the ten o'clock Express. The "rail road in California" being completed this detschment is going somewhere to ''build bridge." If it be not more substantial and successful thsn the "railroad it will not te entitled to praise as a "bridge that carries aaie over. All quiet along the Potomac of local Fesiana. Small squads of half a dozen Were patrolling the streets during tho f. re noon. Silvib Plat or rsi Kbxnssd Horse. The silver plate of the Ken oar J House, de signed by N. E. Crittenden and manufac tured by Gorhani, of Providence, R. I , at a cost of SI 5,800, was placed on exhibition morning at Crittenden's. It con- sls of upwsrds of threo hundred pieces, besides spoins and furls, and will constitute the most beautiful silver plate of the most elegant hotel west of New Tork. Upon each piece down to sugar tongs and spoons engraved " K to." There are sixty castors, polished and ground gl twenty-tour elegant water pitchers, twenty four cake baskets, twelve celery dishes twenty-four syrup cups, twenty-four sugar bowls and tongs, twenty-four cream pitch ers, six bridal chamber sets, mustard pots, salt eupe,k in ves, spoons and forks in endless supply. The bar urn is of beautiful workmanship, crowned with a statuette of Bacchus, the God of wine, pressing a bunch of lu sious grapes into goblet. Upon each aide are medallion heads of Bacchus " drinking rivers down his beard." The base of all this magnificent plate is German silver, tri plated, and is considers,! squal to the celebrated Sheffield silver. When this plate ia added to the delight rooms and splendid furniture, wa ven turn the assertion that no hotel of its aise wont of New Tork can compare with the Kennard in elegance. FasaioxasLi Church Siscisa. A saress genius thus satirizes the present fashtca style of singing: "Many a time have listened to a song trilled forth in the most artistic manner, querying mentally while whether it was French, Italian.er what foreign tongue, and have been cha grined to find it was only English. Bet keenest ear could ssst have detected word or syallable analogous to any hitherto known in our vocabulary. At church, not ago, the first music performed was. Teach me, U Lord.' le. It was sung thus : Tee a chtme CH orj ther via nof n'thy slalt san di shall kce pit un to ike en,' 4c. anthem was next performed, commenc ing, 'Turn, 0 Lord, oh turn away." It was rendered 'Tchm, no Lor do tt-churn .' This fellow must have been in snnie fct Cleveland churches. . Ficr. run Mollusc. A fire broke out about three o'clock this morning in a frame cooper shop, No. ISO Chatham street, West owned by 11 r. John Black. The loss the building is about $500 ; on stock i; insured in the Cleveland German In surance Company fur :!0il. Cause of fire carelessness. ' , PaofKLLta Citt or Burrsui. This, the largest ol the grain propellers on the lakes, at Detroit in a disabled condition, having sprung a leak soon after leaving Chicago, for Buffalo. She had on buarJ 5,1)00 bushels of oats, and required the ia- eessant working of five pumps to keep her float. A Powcbful Oistuint. They have the itch own in lanneld. An editor down there writes a long puff on an itch ointment which he "ritotc. will cure, as the scratch- propensity left him after using seven boxes. Perhaps he had the seven itch and it had just " ruu out." to Wuh Does it Pobtssd" It may be only fancy and no ill omen but why did it occur before ? It cannot be the pre eurserof anything common for it is itself remarkable: only one drunk at the police in twodsys! ! ! to Pocirr Pfexin. We are informed by the Depot detective that a gentleman his pocket picked yesterday on tke Toledo train,a little this side of Monroeville, wallet containing his tickets and tlO. Wxst 8nE Thiitsicais. During the week there has been a "variety" enter tainment in hall on the top of Detroit hill. The respectable West Sulers do feel joyful, but loafers and roughs make for this want of appreciation. Btati Medical Sociktt. The Ohio Stale Medical Society will hold its Twenty-First Annual meeting at White Sulphur Springs, Tuesday, the lvlh insL to la TtAisiTC Thursday the 25th Mich Infantry, ot route from Raleigh, N. C, passed through this city for horns, to b mustered out. 1 - COAL. A. G.8BIITU, DEALKB im Roberts and Massillon Lb np, Hat and Black Coals, BEST IX MARKET FOR COOKING. SINGH TON, CAB LOAD, CABQ0. Office ani Tard 71 and ;6 Water tU CLEVELAND, OHIO. ayl7 1HDKIWB, HITCHCOCK A CO., as a libs rs BRIAR HILL COAL! s. saoaaws, 1 1 A S Johnaon'e Marine Block, s.arrcwcooa. I BIVEB STBEh'T, . aJTOBSwe, . t CLKVKLAKlt. OHIO. ItotlliME. J Ml;i:KlS ALLEB JOKES, - Wholesale aal BataB Dealer rn Tela, C.laalaaa aad Chippewa COALS. oa a P. ft. ft. Pier. AlsoOttosaadtard as Ssacua siree a, aw ctosbusk-,. uoa of aa sxoeueat uoouty for ITtiH. dAti, GiiATtS, STOVES, or Hovee Uee. also, AhTBRAOili OOAL larire or nail tjaaatities. Orders leopectraay soimtea aad aroa.pt)y at so, uai wtm niHuu sew ooaatantlT oa saaTiSKJ DYEING. niBlKICK CTEUI, Faaey Staass Dy. WorkS and fXaaabay as, BWTMMra sal am. Bast OleTalaad. OllM IPS goatee Itratt, OfeTatand, O. asaaa to Baa. tMa tha BBsT DYB-HOV8B IB B WBST, aad afcaei aparaao .Sort so give saAi- acsSoa. - anil tha especial atbaHoa of Oentkaua Sa the IMPliUVIO rKENCB BTYLB .,v..af sada-ap OaraeaBBe MILLINERY COODS. SEA SIDES I t-",.- laahsaiafBsw mw.i t.:. BENEDICT SONj AT TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday Afternoon's Report THE FENIANS Rumored S&IIiDg of a Fenian Privateer. TIIE ARRF.ST OF I.CADIKU TESIAKA A RIOT IMMINENT! The t. s. Authorities Powerless. THEY APPEAL TO 7 HE FENIAN GENERALS. WHO tlt'lTT THE MOB. RUMORS OF INVASION. I General Attack to be Made Last Till? FlTIITMY OF PRORST! From New York. Fenian Privateer. Nsw Tork, June 8. The Herald has a rumor of the densrture soino time since of a reman privateer Irom tbis port. A tun crow with arms aud munitions of war were put on board in Long Island Sound, when she put to sea. Tho vessel is an ironjsi Ju wbeel ex-British blockade runner and ex- l S. gunboat, and was sold in Philadel phia last Angust fur SlD.ottO, and towed here. She is said to be in the condition in which she wss left bv the Navy Department, and mounts six Dread aide guns ana one pinx gun. The Fenians are said to nave bought er for t:i0,06u. It is said she is capable of 14 knots speed, and it is tne intention to pounce upon.one of the cunard steamers. The Fenians. Arrests of Lending Fenians. The Tribune special from Maloue last night bits that the arrest ol Gen. HefleriaaD caused the deepest despondency in the Fenian ranks. He bad gone to the De partment to take a train for SL Albans, from which point an attack was lo be made at once. Oa reaching the station, an old ac quaintance named Major Mount, of Albany, met and shook hands with him. He then went to Major Silvoj, of the Tnited Ststee regulars, and pointed Hcfierman out aa a leading Fenian. He also pointed out Col. Irwin. Both were immediately arrested. The officers then proceeded to the hotel and arrested Gen. Murphy. The lollowing fist comprise! the arrests made: Goua. Murphy and Hefferman ; Captain I rndsay ; Col Keiily. ol Rochester: LieuL o'fJrien, New York; CoL E si ion, 2Cew Jer sey; Col. cuinn, Albany; Dr. Bhmer, .New York; Capt O'Grady, Albany ; Major Con nelly. Now Jersey ; Capt J. Murphy and Major Kenneilty, Albany, ana Cants. Tal- lon, Greary, and Glaaa. iwo Honrs were given them to explain the true state of affairs to their men. The men are entirely destitute. The greatest excitement followed the arrest, and threats of all sorts were made. A man denounced as a spy was seized upon and horribly beaten under the eyes of the reg ulars, who looked on without evincing the least disposition to interfere. The oftieers commanding the regulars became bewilder ed, scarcely knowing what to do. They had had very good reason to believe that tbey could not make their men attack the Fenians, many of whom bad served with them in the late rebellion. Meanwhile Major Silvey went to He der ma n and Murphy, and besoueht them to come out and quell the disturbance aud disperse the erowd. They readily acquiesced and spoke to the crowd at some length be seeching them to keep untarnished the rep utation tucy had gained under the stars aud strides in the war of the rebellion by keep- nic quiet and dome nothing to disgrace tho cause tbey now had in their keeping. The crowd then quietly dispersed. The men are held under strong military guard and will be probably be taken to Ogdensburg to morrow. The Fenians will more along the whole line to night upon Montreal. : hpecial Irom Montreal says: All tne in habitants on the borders are leaviug with all their movables to the United States for protection. The 7th Fusileurs (regulars) have left for West Farnham, the i Tuba Lie scene of an early battle. The Rot its (vol u ulcers) are under marching or. Icrs. It is reported that to-morrow is tha day fixed fur tne rising ol the Canadian remans. ttuiiaiu special says: Oeii. tyucii has ordered his troops to return to their homos. rumor 11 current there, however, that the Fenians would cross below Rochester last night. A lorn tit o spccia! of The Tihfays: Fife hundred Fenians have arrived from Chi cago. '! be reported invasion of Canada via Bay ti eld is premature. I here are 1,80 British troops at God rich, 17 Companies at Sarnia, 900 men at Windsor, and sufficient force below with a reserve of 2,&jii at Cha tham. The Canadians have armed several steamers. The I'. S. Revenue Cutters John Sherman and Andrew Johnson are ordered enforce the neutrality laws. AbJ lok them lower J. to er Has no post .6 The Effect of Sweeny's Arrest BostoiJ. June S. The St. Albans corres pondent of tbe Journal says of tbe Feuiau advanee into Canada: The arrest of Sweeny has dispirited tbe men. lie made a speech them, however, to cheer them up. He told them thai they were going to fight their od enemy. He said they must not molest women or cbildrdn, but that ho should give them no instructions ts to what they must do with the men who might fall nto their hand. 1 Not more than one-fourth of the Fenians who marched into Canada were armed. ! They went into a tieid and encamped a short distance beyond the line. General Spear had been drinking and was some what intoxicated. Some of his men obtain ed whisky and were feeling well, notwith standing the desponding circumstances. Others were disheartened. They had very little to eat. About ISO pair hosed meals at the hotels. Others ate crackers and codfish. Barrels of flour went out from St- Albans day. There are no Canadian troops with- n twenty miles of where Oeneral Spear has stationed his forces. ; j ditto Beard It with will Troy. tbe life-like tbe By eyes General News. Hung. FatLsniLrHis, June 3 Probst wss exe cuted this morning. Bat few spectators wore present, including only six reporters from the city papers. ! Printing Office Seized. New Yobk, June 8. A dispat.'h from An- eusta, Georgia says tbe military by order of General Tillotson hare taken possession of tbe printing oftice of the Loyal Georgisn.; Ia. Mexican News. Cruz to states that trouble is brewing between tbe rebel conolists in Cordora, and tne Indians who formerly occupied the land. It wss rumored thst a representative from the Fenian Brotherhood was cordially received by Maximilian, and it was sup posed he came on otneial business. - ' The Fmporer was very hard pressed for funds. Empress Carlotta refnsing to supply him from ner own pin money any longer. (Os From Jamaica. Advices from Kingston, Jamaica, to Mar 21st, say that the Governor has given orders that all broken packages of goods mnst be be inspected by an onicer of the customs before the drawback will be allowed on their exportation. I The Kingston Journal, of tbe 16th of May, says : Tbe Clergy bill will expire in a short time, and it is a subject ol serious eonsidsr- tioB w aether itowshtto be re-en acted-: i KJ tax ry. tbey Shirta (or aient, From Washington. The Gas Bill. Special dispatches to themorninr Darers from Washington contain the following : The Finance Committee of tbe Senate hen decided to change the House tax bill se as to allow pas companies to chaxire unan con sumers the amount of the government tax, and to relieve tbe railway companies in a similar manner. - 'if. TBI Jeff Davis to be Liberated. A report ia in circulation that Jeff. Davis ia to be immedialelv liberated on bail. It is ooice certain that the Federal authorities nave given tne vobiect no const leratioB since the postponement of h is trial was de termined upon, and sresot likely te do so for some time to ewme. 'The Senate Committee on Commerce hare instructed their chairman, Mr. Chandler, lo nrxHtadvarsely wpoa the House bill to facilitate emirratioe. Tha Hoase Cosnmit- tce on Foreign A ffsirs had another long session to-day on the Mexican question. . L I -at Niagara Ship Canal Hill. i The BMrchants of' Chieaeo are femrinx that the New York interest in the Senate but defeat the House Niagara Falls Ship b., Canal bill. It it propoaad if thaTslegrapli to tend on a delegation hare to-urg mat-1 tpra, bat tna lliinon delegation do not deem it necessary, and feel the utmost confidence that the bill will pass just as it comes Uom innon i .- PROCLAMATION TO THE Citizens of Ohio: "IT WHEREAS, There exists a movement I V of sows aiagolta-ie along tUa United States Border And laths PROVINCES OF CANADA Under the name of Fenianism ! And as It ia import not to here roar hooeohold good in each condition tbst yoa rsa park sod The Shortest Possible Time If neeejiary; Therefore, it fa hereby urged n;on Citizens and Others j bear in BtuJ (eTeo In Wt.II regulated families, there i oue great hiDdrsare lo MOVING HASTILY And lhat Is, tho accumulation of Old Books, sfapr- wiuea, raptrt, c, UNBOUND And adding rsry careful collectiug and ban-Iliug o ktt-p tliea from being soiled and wattod. Tlirif..re, To Protect Them From beiog damaged wl.oaYt!r nsuJ or handled. tkt all such MrgszlQfri, Seed filnek-, Fapars, Ac, to J. 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V. sols atreiua Cur the Listed t4s. mayl:33tHl trietW - - : WeDK&FDL BIT TRIE.-MADAMK KKUINaTOM, the world renowned Astrol ojrist and 8omnambuliitic Clairvoyant, while ia a clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of persoa yon are to marry, and by ths aid of an instrumsnt of intense power, known as the Pay rhomo trope, guarantees to produce a perfect aad ptctare of the fatars husband and wife of applicant, with date of marriaK, occupation, leadiiitf traits of character, sc. Tbis Is no impo altton, as testimonials witbont somber can assert. stating place or birth, ae, disposition, color of and hair, aud ncloslng nfty rents, and envelope aJdressid to yourself, you will the ptctare by return mail, together with information. Address in confldnce, HAD A HI GIBTBCDK BKM1NGT0N, P.O. Box 27, wsstTruy, si. T. mayl-Vt6.d tri AW FURNISHING COOPS. SHIRT FACTORY A. KI.PPIVER ! Haunfacturer of FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS, And Dealer la Men'i FarBlslilBS Goods I So. 41 PAKE BUlXBHe. Pwklie eBHtre, Betwecsi Toorl HesH asMi ttaae Cbarrku rostBme Shirts Hade to Order. VWSTOMEKS SHOULD NOT DE- ItAT ia seadinx In their orde-. By attend. to IBM Bacaea4MB thaj will areveot karry and crowding, and every thin will be mora satiefacto. Oatsidecnstomers ehonld Bear In mind that can lanainrw SBaaaBeiTee and send orders Sor as wbasevar aietanca (rasa Olevaland. Send n cirrnbir givin. fr 'i. a t.r measnra- I Ao. irW-BH" AGRICULTURAL. Armnoxi vashirs a cabb NEKS. Th. BBST and CHEAPEST PLOW ia saiasaarkat wetbos. ataaafactBred by . - Tooaglo Bafv a f . VarealatarreaS variety at J ' rilVELASD A6BICCLTCBAL WOBK9. arSl:B6 ko. 39 Centra straat. riCLTlAtO3 AJB 8H0TEL 1168 J made in tha beat manner, and with STEKL TBBTH, ot tBentrst approved feral. , - i . JfaMfbctwrsd aad for sals mj y.zs? z- : IoangUve, Hasse a Con u ssarxl:a8e B.M Pant re street-' TSSM IiAWK AKS GARBII EOLLEKS. una el tneas varsnbte tmpleanaBU skaald be owned by every pereoa bavin a LAWB to kaep ia order, aod by every GABDBtiSB. ' - . Made aad aaM ay Xoanglofe, Sassey a f- I Proprietors ef the Okmlaed AxricaJtnrat Works. TnarjIBS' ' rpEi Msr. jowise machixav HOBS MA I IS, Blr FOBKi, -aad ad bar AsTnslrt S ami urn an are made at the CLIVU AM9 ABBiCTjLTDXAL WOKKS. arar91-SSS AV. 9t Oeniei streas NIW SCPPII Sr AKXKICIH WATCHES Ia (old aad silver, at ska re- prices imaynj vuwtiBS)vV tbe H And I Tin, At No. IN .L It in from It It of ons the were It rias, great loot was who C. A L. bis a 9 all count With and AB Btrtl TJ witk sale its sale AMERICAN WATCHES. REDUCTION IN PRICE .American Watches, made at Wallbaiu, Mass. ; TN CONSEQUENCE OP THE RE X CKNT great decline in gold and ailrer and all the auterials assd la the maaafactars of our goods and ia anticipation of a stilt farther decline, ws bars reduced onr prices to as low a point as tbey can lis placed With Gold at Par, so that noons need hesitate to buy a watch now from the expectation that It will be cheaper at some fntars tins. The test of ten years and tbs manufacture and sals of Mare than 200,000 Watches) hare given our productions the very highst rank among time -keepers. Commencing with the de termination to make only thoroughly excellent watches, our business has steadily Increased ss tbe public became acquainted with their rains, until, for mouths together, ws hare been unable to sup ply the demand. We bars repeatedly enlarged sur factory builJings until they now cover over three acres of ground, and girs accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen. We are fully justified la statins; that ws now make MORE THAN ONI-UALT OF ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THK UNITED STATES. he liifforent grades arc distinguished by the tol lowiiig trade-mark:! engraved on the plate: 1. " American Watch C-o., Walt ham, Mass. S. ' Appletou, Tracy A do.," Walt ham, Ham. 3. P. 8. Bartlett," Waltham, Haas. 4. "Wm. Kllsry." 6. OUB LADIES WATCH ls of first oaullty named "Appleton, Tracy Ar Co.," Wal tham, Haas. fl. Our next quality of Ladies' Watches la named "P. S. Bartlett," Waltham. Uass. These watches are fuiniabbdin a great variuty sixes and stvk-s of ca'tfs. Tbe American Watvh C., of Waltham, Maa authorize us to state that witbont distinction of trade-marks or prica, All the Prodncl of their Factory are folly Warranted. to be tha bast time-kwprs of their class ever msdj in this or any other country. Buyrsahoul4 remember that unlike tba guarantee of a furttga maker who ran never be reached, this warantee good at all times against the company or their agents and that if after tbe moat thorough trial, any watch should prove defective in any particu lar, it may always be exchanged for another. Ai tbe American Watches made at Waltham, are for sale by dealers generally throughout the country, we do not solicit orders for single watches. CAUTION. The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All persons stlling counterfeits will be prosecuted. BOBBINS A APPLETON, Afeiita for the American Watch Company, mayl(t B1rt-ntW IS? Broadway. N. Y. STOVES. TUK SEW HO MR tOSKOET COOKING STOVE! a better Oven than any otber Store ITCONSCMIS WOOD OB COAL, Is QUICK KB IN OPEBATIOH thsn any other Stove, lt i. made with Water-Back, t.r Willi Bfarruir, or without either. We bare alM for Bale all the newest and most approved styles of Parlor, as well as Cooking Staves FOR WOOD OR f 'Oll. ALSO Marlilclzeil Slate Mantle Tieres and Dodge's Patent Enameled Urates, FARMER'S TOOLS, IIOrSE KIBMSII1N ;HIIS, RFFRIttKRATORS, IIMIMRN, KEOZIFM FILTERS, TORRY'S FOI RMI.M TE H E CREAM FREEZERS, BIRTt CAtiES. Wd maDnfactara a1! varieties of topper and Sheet Iron Ware, the well known Stovo and Grata Emporium of W. L. MARVIA", SO l'nblic Sqnnro, Sonlh M.le S'les'elnurl. titilo. nny?-I) PLASTIC ROOFING. M. L. FRAZEE & CO, PLASTIC SLATE ROOFERS, CLEVELAND, OHIO. OFFERING TUIS ROOFING TO the pnblic, we guarantee a coveting that will remain permanently Fire, Water and Weather Proof, : Is adaptable to any slope, incombustible. Im pervious, uou-expausive and nudocaying. Id im proved by time, will not run insumuitfr nor crack winter. Bbibg smooth, snw is easily removed it. la I hraper thaii any oltior Ciood Roof, nuil IrOtter (liau the Mont ExpuNlvr. is superior to tin, being chesper and mare durable, wbilt tin subjt-rts the our to the cot an aunual coat of paint. Or. Tyug's Church, ef tbe booHt in New York city, was bnrml in Novcuibur, lto5, cansiotra losts of a ouarter of a million dollars, by a firr vsirtf oriiiinatfd in tin aoor from tbe braziers of somo men a bo repairing it. is superior to a gravel roef, because it Is lighter, more durable, and sco-tssr i i.lv ataisrs watrs, vs an most. The roof of Bar g rs warehonpe, occupy ids eleven lots ol grouutl, of West Twuty-fourth street, New York, crusned to tbe earth in January. lsOti, bt the WKIOUTOr THK USAVKL BOOF. We refer to tbe lollowing parties in Cleveland are nsing our roof: J. Woolson, Esq , firm of Woolson, Hit hcock Carter, whose residence, 13o Lake street, is covered by a Plastic Slate Boot. A. Benton, who has a Plastic Slats Boofcu Jewelry store, 11'- Superior street. Parrish A Knight, for whoa we applied it over defective tin roof on their stove and tin store, Superior street. t WW Contracts made for reefing bniMings, and work guarantet-d. 0n1ct, ITS Superior stree t. Orders may be "At through lbs Postoffirti. , JOHN K. FBAZXE, Agent. We are Agents for Lako, Geauga and Lorain iv-. may gl-'t-n !: S THREAD. P. COATS' dest siv-conn ( icled THREAD. John t Hugh Aucliincloss, Sole agents in New York, 10$ Duane St. mayy. TIHHTS REFRIGERATORS. REFRIGERATORS, &c. riLEV DIFFERENT SIZES AND patterns, inclnding SchooJy's Celebrated Iceberg. JEWET'S PALACE, the American Patent Ventilation applied other styles, for sale cheap for cash at manu facturers prices. Also Water Coolers aad Water Filters ICE PITCHERS, sises, sattaMs fcr atora ar koase ate, and : 3 l'( Torrejr'a 4 Minute ICE CREAM FREEZERS ! From two to twenty Quarts. raeres, Flaawe Fm-rjlsblws: Gooela, .. J":" FnrIeattha wdl-kaow. StovK aad Orata porinmof . . W. Lr MARV1, esayr?.TT yo. BA Public Sgnara. CI.-'Telapd. O, "rjBJtSB TIA8 i new supply or Sreea and Black Tea of every desenptioa, setrotad rramt care from recent imnortatios. and Cor at small profits at No. V-f (ntrifi street, by - uHusifKiiiassavrssa. PUSS'S HAIS KKXWIBfirOp Hair front falliBg off; restores Gray Eair to original color, and is a raperior dressing. For by OBGBOHILL A BBOTHIB, awylO IU Ontario strut. Are Is on j-dinT . M 4 XI O D 1 fcoea to J of amlJ.'rri'JTi'i.Vr"'''' dry coons. E. R. GRISWOLD & CO. Ill SI PERIOR STREET, Hare recelred tUls morning snolh r lot of CKAPE TRIMMED AND-PtAIN MOlIfllXGPAIttSOLS. Tliev Oood, ere the Best Had., B;st Fiul-h, and licet style or Mourning- Parasols Tver shown'iu Cleveland, R. -KISWOI.D A tO., 217 BCriRIOB STREET Jnne6 LAIUFS' DRESS GOODS, 160 Superior Street, (Opposite Weddell Uonse ) M. & M. K. Sutliff Will open on Friday, June 1,'66, A full ahd cjbi plate assort mf nt of LADIES' DRESS GOODS ! L-h.sed b?pnre the recent rise in the market, coniiatins of Lawns, Scotch Ginghams, All Wool Delaines, Uname fflonair, Lena Mohair, Cheeck Mohair, Alpacas all colors, Can- ton uiotn, urgan- ! dies, Striped and Plain Grenadines, Or- ganaie Kobes, aii tne new styles American Prints, French Prints, Jaconetts, Bril liants, Fignred Mozambiques Chambra, all colors and prices. Abo, on same day, a large and 6legant line of Summer Shawls, Parasols and Snn Shades. Cloak Sets and Trim mings, Mourning Goods, in great variety, Empress Trail Skirts, Tbras coads are all aw: they were purrhssrd 1 iibm the last ttn tuvs. aud will contain aa tae latest styles at extraordinary low prices. mayjl SELBY,BROWM PEARSON receiving daily choice and elegant et)lesof I spring and summer DRESS GOODS! Wuichwooffor at nnprecentd low pricrt. Our I SlUWL DEPARTMENT replate with all tho choicest styles of the s sou. irftii sua see tuetn. Sun ttubrcllas and Parasols!! We offer a select aad varied assort moat. MARSEILLES QUILTS, LACE CURTAINS ! A fall stock. WOP SKIRTS, BRADLEY'S ! They recommend themsblvos. Ki.l Gloves at one dollar a splendid article. : PRINTS! PRINTS! 1 New and desirable patterns. Our Domestic Dt-nartment Is full of the choicest rands of Bleached and Brown Cottons. Drills and deans. Ticks and Denims, Stripes and Checks. . Call and purchase ynar DRY GOODS at tow priced of 81. LBV, BEOWN A PKARON, luay iv I jj UDiano street. Opcniag of Spring Cloaks AT j H.T.Howert&Co's Now ready all the latest novelties la j ' tata 11 O- 1111.01 1& t 7irs assss Maa ittvii a m Orders received and promptly executed. Just received a full stock of WHITE GOODS AND Housekeeping Goodi! ALSO, choice stork of of NOTTINGHAM LACB aad USLlN CUBTAIM3. with DBf GOODS of all lode, on the corner. If. T. IIOHFR aV CO., apt 230 8CPEB10B STBSET. M AI F9IAJ & BROe, ( Skirt and Corset Saaufacturera t RBMOVED TO 31 1 8UPEKIOB 8TCEET, nest to Second Presbyterian Chnrch. Their store has beon newlv fitted bo. ith all the convenieaca and faeilitiee to enit coe tomers. We ask the attention of onr friends and customers to call and tee oar new atore ; opening lanrsday, lutn ol stay. KACt'alAM A BBU., 312V- SnpsriOT-St , may9:B13 . Next to 2d Presbyterian Church. AWNS AT TWFNTY-FIVE CTS. I Inst received, at BATLET ft CO.'g, 104 Monament Square! t( a i.nrD rriT npvn optvtq 1 'VI' .'I.l 1-.1. 1. ..'U' 1.1.1 i J.t, -1.1 at 16 aud 18 centa, jn.t opened at B&llial A CO. S, 101 Monument Square. OUKNING LAWNS JUST EE bailey A CO.'S, 104 Monument square. ecived at OURNINQ SHAWLS JUST EE bailey A CO'S, 104 Monument Square. ceiTed at GOOD LINE OP PLAIN BLACK lined Parasols just receiTsd st naiidKr sscu.'a. 104 Monument Square. CMJMMER BALMORALS AND Hoop Skirts, at first cost, at 104 MonunMnt Square. GOODS OP ALL DE3CRIP- tioa at ersatly reduced prices at BAILEY A CO.'S, ! lOt Monument Square. ALEXANDER KID GLOVES, A full line, just received st i UA11.1I L'U.'S, ' ' " " ' " ' J 104 Monument Square, SUMME K DLAJL2LES AT TWENTY ceeuet-: ' BAILEY A OO.'B, - msyta - - tin Slonumept bqnare'. PROPOSALS. FK0F0SU8 I0B BlUBLNU.,. mHE : TESTBT- . OF. ST. JOHN 3 1 Farieh wili.rasaive jiroposals for reboilJinff Steam Varaace Uoaipaay, wear. plan, and epaciacetioas ssay ee eeanu BeUders traiavited eaad in proposal. - Ai order. . , June 4, 1 tae ' InnHr ia TAISIBTCCTS perfectly war artat WHITS IiIlB.-4-l vure sTaarcle. aad Mssessiauc adeu i& Ineneas aud whi twasaeaeqnaUed by aar eta - Brand. .jTor aal by ... - ., , I uss uai UUTIWt BUTKBtrSinall proflU. I I Of " Ford & Wagner! DRY coons. Contemplating a removal of their place of busiaeas nave isus oay maraeu uowa our entire stock. Ploasecali aad examine oar I HOSIERY AiYD CLOVES! Kids at 75cts per Pair, Table Linen Cheat). Toweling, Bird s Eye Linen We make LINEKS a speciality, and can njxlenull auynoaeaia umcuy. Jaconets, Nainsooks, Swiss Shirred Muslin, Tacked Muslin. A Dew kind or Good, for WHITE WAISTS AT Ford & Wagner's, 16 pi m.ir JQU4RE. Kid Gloves Only 17ct Per Pair. All roods marked in PLAIN FIGURES and at LOW Flirl BKS. Velvet Ribbons in all Cold's. We will fell our roods at reduced prices for tbs next twenty days, la orsa-r to reduce our stuck before removing sur place of bnines. fiiva us a call on yonr way down strer-t. Marseille?. Trimming, KuffliBgoraM kinds at FORD & WAGNER'S, 16 Public Square. june7 ' E. I. BALDWIN & CO. Will open on Wednesday, June lth, extraordinary Bargains in SILK COODS Checked Glacis Silks st f 1.00. Piaid Qlacie Silks at ft.OQ. Pliua Poult d. Sole at f 1 00. Chen. S'oularJ CHU at $1. BUck Droqnet Hnke at vl.UU. Bepped Groa d Kcoosse at IU0. CoroVd EeoDed Silk! at A2.00. Chameleon Rrpped at 12.00 Inned B. I. BALPWTW CO. nj bakgaiss or ll An aaeortment ot Print TBI 8KA80S, PriuttKl. White Mohairs, vrv fMhlonable for dresses, at onlv 60 cents a yard. This is abont one-half the general price of j similar goods. Also, food suality Brocade Alpac as, only 60 cents a yard, with a splendid stock of Hammer Dress Goods, which I positively announce will be sold st lower prices than can De purcnasea at any other hsuse in thecity. 8. HYMAN, june2 Corner Snperior-st. and Public Square. DUCK SILKS. IbavelnstrefelTCd 1 a splendid assortment of the best qualities of Mantle and ureas oiks, jnese gooaa were pur chased at tho lowest pcint of the season, which enables me to sell them at verr low prices. Par sons wishing to purchase good and cheap Black dues, wm save money ny caiuug at 0. BYMAN'S Cheat. Drv Goods Store. afy store will be opened every Saturday evening trom sundown ttu iu o ciock. J u ne2 8. H. 1000 lbs Carpet Warp, 2000 doz.HOSE AND GLOVES. 100 gross Metlalion Dress Buttons Just received. U. HALLK A CO., ma) 20 117 Water etreet. JUST OPENED AT I. P. SHER WOOD'S White & Black Crape Morelz, Two Yards Wide. While and Black Two Tarda Wide. Itprniri es, a . .n A Large Aworlmrnt of GRENADINE DRESS GOODS, UCK i WllITK P0PLIS9. Paisley Shawls, BLACK AND SCARLET. Parasols & Sun I'mbrellas, HO TON HOOP SHIRTS, AIISiTes. A CHOICE LOT OF ' IVoUingham Lace Curtains, Joil Beeelvetl Near Pnttrrna. SILKS! Onr Silt Dt'partmrnt fomprhrsall the latest styles SILKS, which, for QUALITY, STYLE AND PBICE, CANNOT BE SURPASSED. ; I. P. SHERWOOD, f may?C 2 13 at gd I Hnpf rlor-SI. KID GLOVES, ALEXANDER'S. " ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS r. H. DrWITr At CO., Kew. 711 Pnhllr Hqrjarr-. JUST OPENED Hower&Higbee's LINEN COLLARS, LINEN SLEEVES, LINEN SETS, DONNA JUAKIAS! IN Blue, Green,'1 Drab, Brown. Wareato otTertog ' IIIdGlbves it One Dollar per Pair. ssaySI ! we I I tbe Cor. best I. aad ts- DRY COODS. New Goods Just opened at the BAZAAR! HAIR NETS, KID CLOVES, LADIES' DOE SKIN i CAUNTLETS, OPEN WORKED HOSE, ! GREEN AND BL02 Trimming: Ribbons FANS IN SILK, LINEN, CHINESE, i JAPANESE, j & PALM LEAF. BALL FRINGES'! In Silk and Worsted!! Aad a variety of other aew style of Trimmings. j Notwithstsndinz gold and goods are advancint'. goods continue to bo sold a berstoforo, prlcrs ukuteu on goia at i-ni. i Good Cotton Hose Sellin; for Al sad 25cts per pair, and all LIXEN IIANBKERCBIEFk for on. .LiUiaf each. . BaMes' Cnrrlasres W1LL0Y- WARE, At less than lVlsiinsswtnrei's prices, at the BAZAAR, 9ll nnperlnr street, I jmv.7 f'or. of MDfimeat S.nsr.a CLOTHING. FINE- CJaOTIIIXG FOB V.eii, Youtas and Children ! of the ttHit material and of tbe latest I patterns, cdusiatiug of Pine Black Dr Salts. i rine tassimere Kusineu nails. Hnue and Brown jjimk Hulls. Vinue 11 Ufa liress icsts. tspanisii Linen ana i Duck Uusters and hacks. spring vvcrroau. , . Fnll line of Foreigt and Domastto Furuisliing- Goods 1 For Geut' a-ear. largest stock of . j Boys' Fine Clothing ! In theritr. . The above roo!e were mrrrhaseit since the reccnl derlina, and will be sold as price, that defy eeaipa. litioB. Uive ue a call beljra purchasing else. wnere, and be convinced tba: tbe above H trne. : M. B. I ncWiiii out nt UAT AND OAF iock at cott to taaaa room ar otber goods. BEO. K. FAIItrinlJnS 10 HOfFMAN BLOCK, East Side Pnklir Sanara. Ckverand. Onto. nn.5 Qco. A. DiVM, M. L. M. Prix OTTO. ATew Tork. vimlama. I A. 1S4T, ESTtBI 1SUEU Davis peix0tto & Co.; i ftfanufacturera and Jobbers of all auaTlHes at styles of READY MADE CL0THLG, Corner of Baperlor k Water iU., CLETECABD, O OnVr for the Spring and Suiamf 9eas6u 4 large ani veu aaaortea stocs oi atern aaa tkry a CLOTHING. These Ooods are made sxpresslyibr on? Trade and in at jle, trinisn and worKaananip are . Equal to the Best Custom WorK, t a choice selecttoa ofj ' CENTS' FIKIIKSieOODS, Sact. as Under Garments, Casslmere and Flannel Skirts, Paper Collars, It Ai PoAUJkaulDBT the benvflt of aa KasterB couaectica. are enabled to oiler superior Inducements yorcaasersof Rsdy Mad Ukrtala?;. Nearly twenty years1 experience la W oaten trade, aires us anusual auallflcattotM to supply wants ef Country Msrcsasnta. Our old friends and run i liasni i ceseraaiy are cordially invited to sail. t DATIS, PETS OTTO A COj Water and Superior its., aad No. A Water St. saarlA ' RECEIVING DAILY Tbe latest stTles of ForeiaTU and Ioinertic. and Harris' Fancy Cassime-ee, issporied Cloths aad Dus sUtMofUi fltyksst maaiiiacdeara, at tvyalar stusr ket prices, t U had at 8. MA N N 9, - mi iwamra m swperier esrws TC8I RBCKIVID. ColdsmlU'i In- amel Paper .Hollars, larle Molded Soaiaal Paper Collar, Hathaway Garrotte Bnaaaat Paffer Oollaxs, Bjabroidered SSnsaToi Paper Callara, Mar. eeilies Papn- Colisre, Basaaaoit Paper CollarsT X. L. Paper Uailars, So ae aad ha any awanlttf atUweat priras, at 8. MANN'S. SPim tLOTflimir stock of fipriatC CtotbiZK is now cosanletea.aud is dally receniDa ns sauruoDir Taney Oassissire yaats and Testis " "n? Fsskcy Ijassisaers Coats to taatch. - z tz3 Fancy t'aasimere Sprins; Orercvats,, . .. Linen Coala, lusafa and Faxats, ' fa rsAVfl sa tKdk twraxATAkvaBa Wr-Av mrirm sat TLKTH BRUSH K8, good naalltj, sou at smell proAtthy - utiuavsiai sistrriis, fcbfclf ' Or ixisal sd OlrteTtprsi. L, I for Flra Wm. P. K. : In Ia la la The SIN ' . r ' ' B. AH I rf f fnter UcTeby- above bT rara twees O: AS Mr-nefi of or the about holes, by by file cost $oS7j nyoa Kcie the tbs BWW- fist-; land mvsrml ta saoa she to them C. IN laess to il Over JrtJJUSC FURNISHING. NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS! . 100 Pairs Opened Wm Horning;. Also several pieces by tba yard, NEW PATTERNS, And to be sold st tha LOWEST WOES, AT THt New Carpet Store ! 51 M4RRLG BLOCK, ; SASFOBD, KETES A MIX. aylfcilg , Oil Cloths ! TABLR OIL CLOTHS ! By tke Piac. or Tard. OILCLOTHS! CARRIAGE OIL CLOTHS 1 Oil Cloths in Sheets ! . ' AT THB !lVew Carpet Store. MARBLE BLOCK. SASroBD, KETES at MIX. aplT-O- INSURANCE. . CONTINENTAL life Insurance forapauj, or , Hartford. Conn. -MIT v RICK, Prevferesi, -eiAJil k. UJaTOKK. iMeretsirT. r."JI'"AWBt cs Ho. tU.BTEI.AlfD, OHIO. Those wiihinr to sernrs a nolkr In a rli.M. companr, ortoactae agantaat a liberal cOBtpanas. uoa. wm cau or aanreas tea .real by latter. jnT L D. HTJDSON. General Fire, Marine and Life insurance Agent, Osloe. Orlatt's Sxraaoca, foot Bapertor 8rret, vLXTBIiAaP, OHIO. sxjrrs tbb rauowue ooarAjitns: Bneksre Hntsel Ins. Oo,, Otsralanw, Arsets. Okie, (Firs and Marina) 251, S2i rTational Fire A Marine, of Boston, Haas, 702,100 rmnklin lira A Marine, of UoeinaerL. SUV (KIO Market Fira In.. Ca slew Turk .1. too Norwich Fira Ins., Oo., Morwlen, Cobb., 424, '.M4 ew York Life " Hew fork s 000,000 Caitad States Accident Ina. Co., Srra- ' XDO,0W IrO.e Promptlj Adjusted and raid. Partkaler attention siren to tha adinrtauat al kUrtna linsaes. If. D. B UDSON, Arent and A dj niter. Oapt- O. A. wianwra, Marino Inrpector. apCTBS BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS. COMPANY. FT BE AND XAKIXE. rt'ti - -.vaoo.otw. ProAta divided la Cash lo tha Rtnek and Pnliev BOldare. Thirty par cent. Cask. tfTidod paid oa tbeearwd peanuuaas ot ail Barticipatiag Poticias rear lebS. Take Marine Hazards or allEUds;- Bisks ea Bnlldisas, kf errhaadiae, FaraitBra Veasets in Port, aad taa hatter ciaas af riaka ran. erWif... DIBICTOBS: ' Hart,". . W. T. Walker, J. H. Chamberlia Ckamberlin, T. W. Peiton, V. A. (.ardaar, iane Stone Jr. L. D. Bndwa. A. W. Breach. Pelurn, Is. I. Willard. Offlre, Ovinlt'a Exehsina;r (cot 8upe rlrwA, t'leveiaaui. . . WM. HABT, Preildent. L. t. HIID90S. Secretary. VAPT. O. A. GAEBNKK, M arias Iarpector. apZ7:BI4 " THE Mdnal Life IasnranfeCo. OF NEW YORK. rsiBESICK S. WI5STUt. President. CASH ASSE1Y JTEB. I, 1966, ri4,S85,278.S8. niirpitasea all other American s.l fe IsntaraBco t'osnpasuee) Amount of Asset, all t ask; tbe Saperlor Chararter and 8anr.tr riti IamtBipnU; inoaat Cah; of Annual Income, ail the AtwOBBt of Blvldends Declared ; Dividends being larger In amount and la areaortlon to rremlums paid than has been declared bf anr ctb ertire Insurance Company. For A.fncie. ia Ohio or for ramphl.ts and ri r CBlarewilh Inll particniarr. apply to.; JOHN 6. JEMIXGSr , OUKBAL AGENT. J. MATHEWS, Agent, Akron, 0. apU 1XSI BAXt K i COMPANY, KIRK AND MARINE. OBee So. US Superior-st CleTeland. Capim! 9350,000.00, Folly repratauted by Flret-OUas Standard - fieenritiea. . OIBECTOBS. aUHatan Witt, John F. WaTeor, Jaaea Mssoa, Bobert Hanna, E.I. Baldwin, Henry Harvey. H. M.CT.ipin, ' o. A. Brooks, m. H. Prica, 1 ' ' . r. EoBiai.u, r Oeo. Wortkinston. . : ' , BTILIMAK WITT, Prerldent. .:- . H. M. CBAPI, T. Presttlont, O. BOPS Secratary. ' marWrBS ORDINANCES. SKBIXl'cs lo establtsa tae prrad of Leonard rtreet . Bsctioh 1. Be it ortialord br tho Clrr Crrnnrll tbe City of (Ireland, That tbe grade of the line of Leonard street b. and th same Is estabUsbed at tbe following eieTations the base liae of leTtts heretofore established ordinance, to wit : At the easterly line of Mer wla street 4 S-l"th feet ; at tbe ceoter te Ccluoa aus street T 4-Krth feet, and at the centre of Ge- street are sect, and that the grade line be I tbe aforementioned noints of deration be uniform and in accordance with the profile of said leeoitard street as recorded cm pr 4 tt1. 2 of in the City Crril Enpnecr's office. ArsBvwejaz. nne tj, iiyrm. F. W. FRLTON, President of the OewaHl. K. UTTXl., City OPTtr---------- j wa,7-t!.'a23 0EDIXA5CK To provide forthe esastractioa ef a brurjeh sewer or draia ia Crtieatnnt street, west of Muirsoa-st. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council tbe City of Tlerelsnd, (two-thirds of all the members concurring) that a stone-ware pipe sewer drain be oowstrscted in Chestnut street, from Muirson street main sewtT westerly to a point 190 feet eastly from Krie street, with the accessary house eon nee t ion pieces sod Hoshine; lu accordance with the plaa neommended the Board of City In.proementJ, and adapted the City Council April Mth. lttM, aad new on ia tUs-Ciry Uril Kngineer's Office. Pie. i. - Tieat for the purpose of deirayinc ths and szpetueof constructing said sewer, there arrd is kHzXJ lerjed and aascased the sum of UTkonreach aod erery foot front of tbe ser trai tot orjFsrcels of land boundicr or abutting; SAodrasinut-ereetT between Mairsdsi and stftt,e-saptil)g 206 feet of the frontage of lot sa tlut bertllast corner of Krie aad Chest awe streets; lUu leet ths froatare ef ths lot oa srHuti-ewt rfrusr oi said streets; 50 feet of the fronitdSs of tt? lot on -tha north-west corner of Mttirfton aadcAwtuat streets, and 30 feot of the rontaga itbtot era Jfjiaveou tk-west sonar of said - y.That iltave m wen of the sereral lota or boendiafr. or abnttiaf upon Chestnut street, betwsea Muirsouand Eri strveU, shall pay ths asaon-sto of Bavotaezy by taem, sere rally due scardaacs with tba foregoing atiewtscinent, aa as aaid sever is comsvWttd past tuetr respect itk kta, to such person aa may be authorised by City teasktat to asllest the aaae. or be aubjsct ths penalty aud interest allowed by law against af reraily, if wA paid at tho ttaae herein dee-ig-iutdsd. - --. I'Msed June 5, lSfi.. F. W. PBLTOH, Frea't of the Council. T. FrtTi, CHy Clerir. - jrrm1 3?S SALESMEN WANTED NUMB0U3 VILLAGES AND Citlf. la tha United "tatas. BxperiaBCed bus. wum aaafarnd. capable of avsiaf from tluuo fjoou aar year, yat a lew will be accepted, kav 1m aad aa ex parlance a. aaleeaien er book-keepers worthy, sua eell qusliSod to aasuavs flrst-clase koslBaas rdatliyis. . . . , Apaiy either personsj!y;or by letter, statins; are, erevkms baaieeas parsults, satlatactory remaner atioa, Ac , Baferaares required. .. , W. AMBrBllt, lf5S, Southwest comer PuMIe Xqnara, ssayll:?lA Cfevelan Ohio. EIS1 , -B1MS SllV-Tf rj ' ehovo ItOiai C,t. fortatle are, Jest reeatvet and ISV VH W lOeelW- BSiiWSOS JlWltlBI-A fctr aets rao-ve... cowLXo".