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VuifkMlMi VMarit aa tail Dol In HOOE SKIRTS ! 4. ;Y 'CORSETS! 12S Superior fit, sder tbe American. laa. Particular attention to araOMaal. Brad.. rll at Nur Tork mark.t pn-. ro.Tl" DAILY LEADER icuniu - " j A.H. TRHKEKlf AHS ELI,- j , BT TBI . . 'l.KTBLAJfD ErMPKR ' TfOirAttY. 'official paper of thb citt. TUESDAY, JUKE 12. 1866. neT For BorniBC Edition Sew j sw uide. ....... - For truing Iditloi Sew e mia. ' . . THE LEADER LEADS. : oTTKMT of the amount of IdTcr- . D Uiiu raaurtod tbe C- 8- IirraaBAi. K.rt ' Int day of July, 1869, to the !n( day of April. 66a, Mking Bin areata.. - tPlaia Dnhr. JZaraM. LaaDKa. locE U l 8108 S3.034 8S.I s.ims aarili. 1M 3.3 K7tto 8 il.fm ' Bondd and riaia Deal- cvmbiuad ttnitlinB lB LiABCt axceHt Herald . ' 1'Uin INraLrcombluwl .SttM I reb; eartlfy that tb. ahov. la correct atata- Bjmt af the amonnt of advertising; roportMl tmpfb ears to tbia ofnoa by th. abate aaarapapara lor atar-Breathe, ending April it lyrt. JOHN I. HCBLBUT, . luted Oraland. April 21, T1. 3. Awfot. The Campaign of Pigeon Hill. . '.: i Throe tines and oat ! Tbe third and last Fenian invasion is over. It ha. . proved a more ridiculous li&eco than tbe Fort Erie campaign or tbe Campo bello '" fizzle. The invasion of tbe township of St Arm and in Lower Canada, and the oc - cupationof the four corners known by the " title of Blab City and the eminence digni- . fied by the euphoneous name of Pigeon Hill, is a fit sequel toJO'Xeil's insane foray into Upper Canada and Killian's ridiou . : ' lous wtpedition against Xew Brunswick. Had the Fenians shown asmucfi address asthoy have enthusiasm the movement against Lower Canada might have been f made a serious affair.' It i estimated that Sweony had, scattered along the hot der from FoUdam Junction and Malone to St. Albans, from ten to fifteen thousand men. Had these men, instead of being scattered along a frontof forty miles, ben concentrated at one point, had the roin r '.'rorcemeriu ' whicli have for a fortnight . filled every northward bound train teen ' - forwarded before a blow had been struck, and had the movement been made at the time that O'Kei! cuptured Fort Erie, the .,. demonatration would have assumed far .' different proportions. Instead of tbi., f ". Sweeny dispersed his army in bands, with u. out aaonoZe ordisciplino along the frontiers Instead of striking promptly, he waited, when to wait was ruin waited until ' ' Canada was fully raised, until ,. ., British troops had concentrated against him to the number of twice his own army, until tbe American government was ' forced to take cognizance of his move--ment, until the President had issued hi " proclamation, until Meade had arrived on the frontier, until his ammunition and muskets bad been seized by tbe govern- . meat, until all his reinforcements had - a . been cut off, until he himself had been ar- ''. xeste d, until his men, discouraged, dis eusted. leaderloss. were scattering off 1 A f ii mnnuaA whsn Jv - aible success has been transformed into inevitable failure, a few hundred of his - men march two or three mil-M across the -. line, scare away a score of Canadian vol J 5 unteers, accupy the hamlets of Slab City F. . and Pigeon Hill, and then scamper back again to the protecting regis of the United States. Is this farcical affair a serious i movement, or is1 there a swindle at the bottom ef it ? It certainly looks , Id us ; very much as though tbe whole demon t . alration had been arranged by its leaders i simply to dupe the Fenians, and to afford a pretext for the disappearance of the funds, just as a villain sometimes burns . down his store or house or office to cover fraud. It certainly looks a though all . this delay were intentional, and as though Sweeny meant to be arrested and have his announced purposes thwarted. Had ." ,t such been bis deliberate intention he could - not have managed better to carry it out ' The scene of Spear's invasion is the county of Mississiquoi, Lower Canada, nearly opposite SL Albans. In the im mediate vicinity of the latter place, be tween it and the border, fourteen miles distant from it, there have been concen .' trated from two to five thousand Fenians, . which constituted the "right wine" of their army, under Gen. Sponr. Xot over ' two or throe hundred, however, were with that officer in his attack, the rest having become scattered and demoralized. This handful of men moved from Franklin, Vermont, two miles south of the border, on Friday, and occupied Freiighfburg, or Slab City, and Pigeon Hill, driving away a squad of Canadian troops. Hare , tbey remained ' inactive till the next : day, waiting for supplies and rt inforce- ments, but, receiving none, thpy retreated ' to St. Albans, and Spear and stuff sur rendered to the United States authorities. Tbe St. Albans Fenians are now Ecalter : ing borne as rapidly as possible, and all trouble in that quarter i ever. At ! . Malone there are still a numberof Fenians, : who may make some equally absurd demonstration; but it is not probable. For - all practical purposes tbe Fenian invasion is over. " ' " Habeas Corpus Suspended in Canada. Our Canadian neighbors nsed, during the late war, to sneer at the people cf the United States beuause we found it necessary, in the crisis of our great life : ' struggle, to a spend the operations of the 1 TTit of habeas corpus 2fow, threatened , a they have been by a disorganized mob rof Fenians, they have done precisely the same thing., The Canadian Parliament met on Friday, and the bill suspending tbe writ was rushed through both its branches under a suspension of the rules and by a unanimous vote, and received the royal assent at four o clock Friday afternoon.": It is an- adaptation of the bill passed by the English parliament in February last for tho suspension of tbe iaAts ccrytis act in Ireland. By its provisions, persons suspected of commit ting acta .f hostility or. of conspiring againat Her Majesty's Government may ' he detained in safe custody, witborrt bail, , until the 8th of June 1S67.. The Bill also provides that the Governor may, by proo 'IwiialioQ, suspend lu cperation at any time during the year and again put it in operation, if necessity arises. Commit ments recognized hy the BUI must bo on oath, and by two m5istrate or military oiScera ; but if any commitment Is not 't countersigned by the Clerk of the Execu tive loudcu wibiuu lourteen uays, me Act fs -not to affect the caa. .-t.. . : Attorney General Slacdonaid also gave notice of a bill 'applying to- Lower Cana ' da the bill passed in 1838 in upper Cana da for the ptrniriimenf of hostile marau- :ders.v- -'.'ihJ 1 er to of to ette is fln on the is, the to Hon. William S. Holman has been nom- mated for Congress by the Democrats of I tne Fourth Congressional District., j ... hint by the POLITICAL. It is said that President Johnson's proc lamation against the Fenians will cause a split in the conservative party in that Slate. The call for Doolittle-Johnson a Conven. tion in Wisconsin, on June 10th, is not sustained by a Republican paper in that State. The New York Tribune says that in its exchange list of 1,000 Kepublican papers, it caa remember tbe names of bnt ten that support (be President. i ,Tfco Jpublicans of tbe New Hamp shire. Legislature have nominated the fol lowing officers: Speaker, Hon. Austin F. Pike, of Franklin ; Clerk, Charles B. Shackford, of Conway. Senate Presi dent, Hon. Daniel Banard, of Franklin ; Clerk, Horace S. Cummins, of Exeter. Representative John H. Farquhar, of the Fourth Indiana District, has declined a ro-nomruation to Congress. Personal considerations alone have prompted him so this course. Colonel John M. Connell, of Lancaster, Ohio, a supporter of the President, has been appointed Assessor of tbe 1 2th Dis trict, in the place of Charles F. Shaffer, removed. . ' " . The Democratic nominee for Congress in the Cairo (111.) District will probably be Colonel J. M. Crcbbs. Hon. J. H. Kice has withdrawn as a candidate for re- nomination in the 4th Maine District, and there is now no opposition to Hon. J. A. Peters. ; ' General Comly Not a Candidate. General Conily, of tho Columbus Jour. nal, whom the Sandusky Jityitler put in nomination for Secretary of State, write to th;it paper announcing that he is not a candidate and will not bo. We regret this, as it would have given us pleasure to have supported him for nomination and election, but we applaud his deter mination to devote himself strictly to tbe field of journalism. Tbe Governor has approved the action of tbeCommissionorsof the Sinking Fund, in accepting the highest bids offered for tbe State's interest in tbe Sandusky, Day ton & Cininnati, and Sandusky, Mans field Newark Kailroads, and the Ham ilton, Springfield & Carthage, the Colerain, Brookville & Oxford, the Dayton & W pst- orn, and the Dayton & Covington Turn pikes. The first certificate of transfer of stock was issued to-day to G. W. Rogers, the purchaser of the last named stock, The Tariff on Wool—Letter from Mr. Goodale. CLEVELAND, June 9. 1866. Editors Lkader : "While commenting on my letter in your remarks to-day you slate: - It 'Ftrikes us that the fallacy of Mr. Go-Mlnle's- argument lies in the assumption that if the tariff on wool be increased that on woolen goods must be increased propor- uon&biv. 'lnrs tty no means loiiows. , I am sure you would not make this statement had you not lost sight of an agreement between the wool growers and manufacturers that they would go before the Congressional Committee with the re quest that whatever increased duty was placed on wool a proportionate increase should be made on woolen goods. This agreement was made between the manu facturers and growers and discussed at meetings held in different places at dif ferent times, Syracuse, New York and oiner places, lne manntacrurers verv reluctantly consented to this, fearing that some disastrous cnanges would be enected My only object at this time is to refer to the evident error you were laboring un- Uoi, ana I will, -if aLgraeflhln to you, dis- cuss this subject more fully at the an. leisure opportunity. S. W. Goodale. Wool. Tho Medina Wool Growers Association heid its semi-annual meeting at the fair grounds, in Medina, on the 5th inst. There were a goodly number of specta tors present to witness the sheep shearing comjjc The Association adopted the fOTMKrrng resolutions : . 1. That the practice of housing and graining stocKsneep in summer is detri mental to their native vigor, enfeebles the constitution, causing many and various evils, and shsnld be abandoned. 2. That the statement made by James M. Brown, of Massillon, Ohio, at the Wool Buyers Convention recently held in the City of Cleveland, "that the wool growers of Medina county used cord enough in tying up their wool to tie up all iJlM TCrtrtl in llhi " ic iinlma fa'lsa - vu.v, - MUMUO, (till. slanderous. 3. That we we will cheerfully second all efforts, from whatever source they may emanate, to secure rerieclion in the per petuation or our wool market, and mat while somemay have justly been censured ior mcir aisnonesi practice in lne ruttin: up of their wools, wo believe that the ma jority of our wool growers aro not liable to tuis censure. 5. Tbat wo will put UD our wool good condition, well washed, and then we will not submit to any shrinkage, except upon unwasnea duck neeces. The Association witnessed a trial of Davis' Patent Sheep Shearer, and are ner- naps saiienea witn tue results, which mav be summed up as follows: One sheep, time thirty minutes, two mjn; sheep turned over to a hand shearer to trim ; uieep badly shorn ; sheep and wool badly cut, and the shearer severely if not mor tally wounded, and turned over to the at tending surgeon. WASHINGTON TOPICS AND GOSSIP. PERSONAL. General Morgan, late Democratic can didate for Governor of Ohio, had an inter view witn tne l'rcsident to-day. . in VOTE RECONSIDERED. The vote passing the resolution to ad journ on the 28th inst. was reconsidered oy the House this morning, and it was sent to tne Vtavs and Means Committee. HENRY STANBERY'S NOMINATIONS. It is understood that Henry Stanberrv was appointed Associate Justice of the Supreme Court at the instance t James t. iirady and other legal gentlemen of like pontics, w&o urged tnat it was due to the War Democrats that one of their number shold be raised to the Supreme Bench. The Senate has not yet taken any action on tne nomination. PLANS OF THE PRESIDEN. The measures of the Conservatives for controlling the coming elections in Ohio are being pushed with great vigor. The resident, aided by high officials here and in that state, and by a large clique of sub alterns, is using all the means in his pow to accomplish the desifed end. This inrormatton comes from well informed sources, and is true to the fullest extent indicated. a loss The Cleveland Heratd says a subscriber writes it mus: I can co without my dinner, take a scant supper, enjoy a tolerable breakfast, and with the Herald daily I can manage ret akmg, as it makes bad coffee, heavy bread saleratus biscuit and ancient beef steak relrh well." That subscriber manifests a knowlede-e the eternal fitness of things when he classes togeiuer --scant suppers, bad conee, heavy bread, ancient beef steaks and Daily Heralds.'' If this bill-of-fare were presented to us wo should hesitate what a ture, a a choose 1 banatutky liegitter. men A correspondent of The Pall Mail Gaz. complains that the Prince of Wales being talked of in society as being a lit- WRntinf in "nrincelv c-onrtftsv?' that the recent occasion of the Roxal Acad emy, he exhibited impatience at the cere monies, and a want of consideration for eminent men by whom he was sur rounded. M hat is really said in society that the speaking was mediocre and Prince was bored- A hint was given intending orators to be brief, which was received with particular disgust tbe orator. At length the Prince could stand it no longer, out ten abruptly when list of toasts was concluded. . ' . -' the can 'A in of of rent NORTHERN OHIO NEWS. ASHTABULA COUNTY. A correspondent writing from Orwell under a late date says: "We have In this little borough, two churches, two hotels, four stores, three blacksmith shops, two wagon shops, one harness shop, two tailor shops, tour nunn ery stores, besides cheese box factories, shincle machines, steam mills, etc. Al- thouch we are not incorporated and known abroad we have a good opinion of our town, and get up a snow on tair day equal to any in the county. We had, re cently, a mock trial of Jeff. Davis, and convicted him for high treason. We think some of trying "Andy" Johnson, as we have already condemned him in our hearts." From the Conneaut Reporter : On Monday afternoon a most distress ing accident occured at Sweet's mill in Monroe township, which aesulted in the death of Mr. Lucius Main. Mr. M. was employed in the mill as a laborer and at tbe time of the accident he was engaged in carrying boards from a circular saw when the end of a board caught in the saw dragging him against it. His right leg was severed just above the knee, and the left shattered and nearly torn off in the vicinity of the hip joint. Tho Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of the Conneaut Agricultural Society will be heldon. Wednesday, Thursday.and Fri day, the 2tilb, 27th and 26th of September next. A valuable horse belonging to N. B. Payne of this township was stolen from his pasture on Monday night, June 4th. A eulky and silver piated harness were also taken, ilr Tnyne offers one hun dred dollars reward fifty for the horse and fifty for tho apprehension of the thief. The horse was a dark brown and about sixteen hands high. The closing exnibition of the present term of the Kingville Academy will be held on Friday of next week. As is the usual custom at the close of the Spring Term the exercises will take place in a grove not far distant from the village. On Tuesday morning, about three o'clock, a buiiding belonging to Esquire Wood worth, in Monroe township, occu pied as a wagon and cabinet shop was dis covered to bo on fire, but too late to save it from destruction. The building to gether with its contents was entirely consumed. GEAUGA COUNTY. From the Chardon Democrat. Mr. Samuel McGonigal, of Chardon, was badly hnrt a few days since by the fall of a staging on which he was at work. The Wool Hollow Sheep Shearing Fes tival, on nday last, was a grand success, the attendance being larger, and tho in terest lHoro intense, if possible, than last year. The following were the first pre miums awarded: S. J. Parkhurst, buck, 2 years old, weight l"t lbs; neece 18 5-10 lbs. P. T. Thompson, buck, 1 year old, lbs., fleece 10)- lbs. r. T. Thompson, three ewes, 3 years old, weight 6J, S5, 101 am, neece 11, 0 to 3-1 j lbs. r. I. 1 nompson, tnree ewes, one year old, weight 484', D41, 53 lbs, fleece 7 13-16, 8 13-16, 1 10-16 lbs. I be agricultural products of the town of Auburn for the year 1865 were: wheat, 158 acres, l,l'Jb busnels; corn, .is j acres; 13,633 bushels; oats, 365 acres, 10,801 bushels; potatoes, 53 acres, 3,861 bushels; flax, 6 acres, 46 bushels. Ninety-one acres of clover yielded 150 tons of hay, and 2,561 acres of medow produced i,M tons ol nay. lound3 ot wool 0,4d0; pounds of butter, 30,774; and over 400,- 000 pounds ot cheese, .there was made 5..,3j0 pounds ot sugar, and 44j gallons 1 syrup. In the township of Chardon there are 20 horses, 1,432 cattle, 1 1 mules, 4,lal sheep, 192 hogs, 39 does, 172 carriages, 45 watches, 5 pianos. There were made in 1863, of butter, 26,660 lbs., cheese, 293,- 072 lbs., sugar, 2j,541 lbs., syrup, 316 gal lons, wool, 1J, I'l'U IDS. COLUMBIANA COUNTY. From the Salem Journal Stanton Chowan, of Salem, who enlist ed as a private in a Kansas regiment, and was wounued and discnarged, reenlisted in the 104th Ohio, was promoted to a Lieutenancy and afterwards to a Cap taincy in a colored regiment, has, since nis return home, been breveted Lieuten ant Colonel and received a commission as Second Lieutenant in the reeular armv. The Perry Oil Company of Island Run, organized on the 30th tilt., by electing josepn it. tiouer, rresiaent; j. js. stauf- fer, Secretary; James Woodruff. Treas urer; and Henry Judd and Elnatban Petit, Trustees. Martin Bates of this place raised the company. They have struck a twelve barrel well. The citizens ofCarrolton, at a special meeting of the qualified voters, by a vote of nearly two to one, authorized the Board of Education to lew a tax of $10,- 000 to build a new school house that sum to be collected in three installments. LORAIN COUNTY. From the Oberlin Xeuis : Samuel Burton, a citizen of Wakeman. died last Saturday, of a disease that would haue been pronounced cholera in a place wnere cnoiera prevailed, .s it was it was pronounced cholera morbus. The body was taken to Cleveland for inter ment. The Corporation Council of Oberlin have had the question of new steam en gines betore tnem and voted to raise by tax this year the sum of $2,500 for the purposes of the Fire Department. xne assessors return ol the Dronertv and productions for 1865 of the township oi 11 eiuugum uihku tue lonowing snow : Personal property in the village, $249,000 ; in the township, $107,816. There have been made during the year 2 1 ,650 pounds 01 ouuer, tir.,t(u pounds ot cneese, 1 6,005 pounds of sugar, 446 gallons of syrup. anu pounds 01 wool cuorn. RICHLAND COUNTY. From the Mansfield Herald : The Plymouth Agricultural Society will bold a home fair in Plymouth on i 1 . . , , . . . . . - 1 tne l-nin ana 1 tin 01 juno. Tne number of marriage licenses issued Richland county during the present year loots up to one nundred and seventy five. Jlore marriages were celebrated in January than any other month. The annual examination of the Mans field Female Seminary will take place on --u, lmb. anu -otn instants. STARK COUNTY. From the Canton Kepublican : A young lad, only son of Rev. Mr. oiusser, ot juouisviiie, mis countv. was accidentally shot on Tuesday last and died in a few hours. He was carelessly handling a pistol. lne village 01 Limaville was visited by serious nre, ou Saturday nignt last. warehouses which belonged to Messrs. Paine & Bro, were destroyed. io;einer witn an adjoining awelling. and car standing on the track near by. The is between eight and nine thousand dollars; the sufferers being K. Paine. S rtamnn, aionn voiton. itonert Lolton. oaniuei xmits, ana tne j. dc r. It. Canton is rather Metropolitan in it cnaracier. ine Kepublican thus cata logues its "institutions : ' , 1 Here we have a "street sprinkler." "Aattersaus wnere you can buy, bor row or sell a pood or bad equine; daily auction sales of dry goods, notions, furni etc ; police with the left breast of tneir extreme outor garment beautifully ornamented with a german silver serviri mucn resembling an oM fashioned ginger cake, wagons of huge dimensions daily make the circuit of our thoroughfares laden witn crystal blocks of frigid uunnu, mo vi uicaaiouai Dill-Postprs r regular and well conducted 'bus line- line of express wagons; fast vouno- with "yaller clothes, speckled dorgs, shakespeare collars, coal-box wagons and fast roadsters; nvmrhs of pave; vagrants, roughs, gamblers. thieves, counterfeiters and loafers till you trest. .. . From tbe Canton Repository : . I friend, who has kept an account tnereoi, tens us mat nis record shows that the month of May there were twenty- On Monday night the Hardware Store J. S. Keliey & Sons, Massillon, i was oroaem open ana rouoea 01 a considerable amoontof fine cutlery, consisting mainly pocket knives. .1 On Monday morning a report was icur- upon the streets of Massillon, that J P P J P T r. J F n To by ses, r vi and its of will, and ing Michael B. McCavitt, a well to do farmer, living on the Canton road, near Genoa, had been arrested on a process of stealing harness and other personal prop erty. A largo amount of articles not usual ly needed by persons in his business, was found on his premises. The Alliance Monitor says that John Fitzsimmons, engineer on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railroad, was killed on Wednesday of last week near Rochester. He was looking out at the side of his engine while tbe train was in motion and his head came in contact with a telegraph pole, knocking him off the engine and killing him instantly. He was a member of Alliance Lodge, F. and A. Masons and had been in the employ of the Railway Company fourteen years. Sv a vote, says the Monitor, taken on last Monday, it was decided to levy a tax ot t,ouu ior tne purpose ot erecting new scnool Duiiuingg in Alliance live-sev enths of the voters therein concurring. SUMMIT COUNTY. From tho Akron Beacon : The time for holding the Summit Coun ty Fair has been fixed for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Octo ber 3d, 2d 4tn, and ath. A new post office has been established at Niles, in the township of Northamp ton, Wm. Hardy having received the ap pointment as jrostmaster. At a meeting of the Summit county wool growers held on the 3d instant, a friendly interchange of wool growing ex perience was indulged in, generally, by tne gooaiy number present, lne Associ ation appropriated fifty dollars towards the payment ot the expense incurred by tne 1 resident 01 -tne state Association. Hon. R. M. Montgomery, in attending committee meetings at New York and Washington. The Association adjourn ed, unless soonor convened by the presi dent, uniu we last Saturday in Uciober, after which time it was determined to bold monthly meetings through the win ter and spring months. Nathan B. Dodge, Esq. for many years a resident of Summit county, but late of .Lafayette, Indiana, died of appoplexy in New York on the 19th ult. lie was in the city purchasing goods, and died very suaaeniy. The Bucyrus Journal is responsible for tne loliowing Summit county item : A cat in Summit county having her kittens taken from her and drowned, went to the woods, g-jt lour young sqirrels. and at last accounts was still suckling them. The story seems highly Munchausenish, but we have it from men of the highest au thority. STATE ITEMS Hkaw RoniiEKV. Last Thursday night an iron safe was broken open, in Aberaeen, unio, and robbed of 7.000 $4,000 of which belonged to the Odd Fel lows, 2,000 to Mr. Sharp, and $1,000 to Jir. crooKover. Ohio State Medical Societt. The Ohio State Medical Society will bold iU twenty-first annual meeting at the Ohio White Sulpher Springs, on Tuesday, the i-.'in oi dune, itbt. Post Mustrsss. We learn from the Medina Gazette tbat Mrs. James W. Hen drickson has been appointed Post Mis tress of that village. The iiazetU Bavs : She is worthy, and we have no doubt the appointment is in consonance with tbe wishes of our citizens. Cuubcb Tbiev es. The Cincinnati Gazette says, some three weeks ago, Bethesda Methodist Protestant Church, near Mount Washington, was entered and robbed of twenty-six yards of carpet and a window shade, the perpetrators re maining unapprehended. On Friday .:L. .1 .1 1 . , . - uigui, we same cnurcu was again broken open and robbed of all the carpet saved from the previous depredation. The nul- pit lamps were also taken, the oil having uuen poureu out on tne pulpit platlorm. Anotiikb N icw Railroad. The cer tificate of incorporation of tho Ohiovillo Railroad Company was filed at the office 01 me Secretary of State on Tuesday, June 5th. The company is organized with a capital stock of $25,000, and pro pose to construct a railroad from the east line ot the State of Ohio, north from Lit tle Beaver Creek. All within Columbiana county. EscAr-ED VROM THE FEXITEXTIARY.- Kansom Mountioy. convicted at the March, 1862, term of the Scioto Court of Lomuion 1'leas, of manslaughter, escaped from the Penitentiary at 9 o clock on Sun day nignt. lie is an old man, about sixty years of age, and was employed at the suioie. en ounuay nmni de set the stable in order, and departed. More Medals. Another installment of 2,168 medals for veterans has been re ceived at the Adjutant General's office. These include medals for the veterans of the 84th, 65th, 66th, 77th, 68th, 89th, 70th and Tlst Regiments. Medals for the 63d Kegimcnt have not vet been forwarded Those to whom the medals belong are urged to send immediately their postoffice aauress to tne Aa;utant ireneral, and thus expedite the distribution. The Fenian Prisoners. The following is a complete list of the Fenians from Ohio seized by the steamer Michigan on their retreat from Canada, and who have been discharged on their own recognizanco in the sum of five hun dred dollars : FROM CLEVELAND. Jos. Fallen James Lawler Pat McLaughlin DenniB Maloney Jeremiah M. Buckley rairica Horrigau James Luna John Miller Patrick Gibbons Vim. O'Callaghan Joseph Brady Tatrick Oonghlin Michael McXamara Bernard Mclver Kdward Hannahan John Mulloy Charles Molver- Martin O'Donnell John Moore Patrick McGiveran Lawrence Callahan James Mnohan Patrick Burk John O'Oennell Tatrick McCochlan Barnard ratten iweuly-sixlrom Cleveland. FROM CINCINNATI. 1 - Wm Kelley Robert Emmett P O'Shea John Quigley Wm Duwling TimMby Mctamara C O'Neil rat MrCarty Thoa Hanley C Kalber tonn Mac it John Calopy W H Richardsua Ed Kelly Tim Sullivan Cornelius Sullivan P Burke M T yuin H Kooney I McKenvia W Hugilo W Moraa T Flynn Jag Cahill A Joyce 31 Coolin Hueh Ryan J Laun T Maglan J Butler T Murphy P Gauahan Wm Sheehan T Connell Martin Callahan J Whalen T Tighe G Dougherty T Dwyer J Burke M Walsh T O'Xeil R Coffey Thoa Gogohan " Jobu Montgomery John Smith Wm Cameron John Crudoe James Cooney v m r.van Michael McGroat Thoj Kelly a Jvennedy P Mahon D McCarthy Ed Cuddihy E T McCartv McDonough lianiel oonan David Donavan Timothy Cornar P MeCarty Wm Waterson John Fahey Horican Treany O'Brien. Brown McEvov Magavan Mi bite Conatt . Fleming lvyaa Seventy-four from Cincinati. FROM OTBEI pnRrinaa nv vhm bti.. Jeremiah Horigan, Dayton. Michael Doran. fronton. James Rsgan, SanduBky. Equalization of Bounties—Circular From the State Agent. Ohio Stite Military Agency, VTashisgtos, June 8, 1866. the Press and People e Ohio : The prospect of laws soon to be enacted Congress for equalizing of Bounties of o(rfier that enlisted m 1881 and 1882 as well as increasing Pensions in certain ca renders it expedient that the ninl i'w. : .. i u . - r , ,. . . ,r ' . auLuiu uv liuurraea, mat, larough provisions generously made by the Gov ernor ana legislature of me Slate, this Agency, which was established hv fl in December. 186:!. is is prepared to attend to the interests of ciuzent,)ree of charge. - 1 The nnderrigned. who him harl -h.mD the Agency since its commencement, on application, by letter or otherwise, furnish gratuitoutlu all iiwKun hut. information required either in procur ing the additional Ammtics and .,,. relerred to, 0 prosecuting any just and proper Claim for Officers, Soldiers, or their families against the Government : mill Second Auditor's Certificates, etc, etc- P VJ 1YJ. A .i. JAMES C. WETMORE State Military Agent DRY COODS. Special rBargains ire offered lu HOSIERY ! GLOVES! Handkerchiefs ! AT THE BAZAAR ! 201 Superior Street, COBNEK ,lnnll M0MMEM SQUARE. HOUSE FURNISHINC. NOTTINGHAM LACE CUKTAINS! : I 100 Pairs Opened this Morning. Alio let eral pitctt hj the lard, NEW PATTERNS, And to be aold at the LOW 1ST fBIC'IS, AT THB IVcw Carpet Stove I 215 MARBLE BLOCK. SANF0RD, KETES & MIX. Oil Cloths ! TABLE OIL CLOTHS ! Br the Piie or Tati. E.U3IEL AXD MAH0GAXY OIL CLOTHS ! j CARRIAGE OIL CLOTHS I 1 Oil Cloths in Shpefa I awaaa.wWMv AT THE New Carpet Store, MARBLE BLOCK. . BASrOBB, KETES at MIX. MILLINERY COODS. BOXSETS AT REDUCED PRICES. We ha. laigrtj reduced oar pricaa for TRIMMED BONNETS. FOB BARGAINS IN Millinery Goods , GO TO jnoe9 ROOT at CO. SEASIDES! Just received by La BENEDICT & SON, AT WHoi,wti.r Ann rrtaiIa. DRY GOODS. AWNS AT TWJNTr-FIVK CTS. jus received, al . BA1 LET A CO.'e, l'H Monument eqnare OOD MADDER COLORED PRINTS at viy to and is cents. jut opened at i BAIbCT A CO.'g, Wt Moarumwnt Sonar. MOUKNtSG crlradat .LAWNS JUST KJE- BAILST CO.'S, IPS afonamept fqnare. TlfOUENING cetTed at SHAWLS JUST RE- BAILiraCO'8. 104 Monnmoat Bqnara. GOOD LINK OF PLAIN BLACK j luea laxaaola joat raared at t. BAILBTCO.'g, 1-t Monument P'juarr. SUMMER BALMOEAXS -Hoop SairU. at Ant ooat. at AVTll " BAILEY A ro.'B, 1H afontnaent Square "TVRKSS GOODS 0? ALL DESCBIF- uoa at groatlf sooaead pnoea at - - ... .E .... bailiy a cn.'g,-- ' . " 10i Mopniaaat ggnarA-" ALKXANDEB KID GLOVES, "A BAILKTaOO'S. 104 MoBameat Sqvara. SUMMEB DELAINES AT TWENTY tilt.. BilLIT CO.'S, juaaiaBU-ant eoare..i. I I I i I I i I I I ! 1 ! i I I . 1 I I rua I J-Vm. XJ an. - X aM-b-la Tor tares pio CITY NOTICES. NOTICJE TO 01NTBAtT0K8. Pro posal, will to rtceivM t th Oilj Civil Kngl fteer'ft tr.Bc UDlil 2 o'clock 4 M. ttondajr, th lath iut , for grading Henry tod Cbsp4 street. PImi and apeciticaiioM maj be aaeo and aioTe articular io formation tad at ai Enpoeer'a office. th Board of City Improvement in vita tb aubmiMion of bid, reaerving the right to re ject any or all bid. Bj order of the Board. JOHN WBITILAW, City CiTil Engineer. Cleveland, Jane 6, 18A6. juae7:323 N0TIIK TO 6KWKK BUILDERS. rranoeali will be received at the City Civil fcnginer' office until 2 o'clock P. at., Monday, the letb iont., for building a aewer fn Col am baa street, between Franklin and Lorain ttreelt. ftani and spec! Heal iena may be seen and more par ticular information had at aaid Kngineer'a office. Th Board of City Improvement invite the aub mlMloa of brda, reaarTtnc the risht to relect auv or all bid. .. . By order of the Board. juun W u ITELA w. City Civil anztneer. Cleveland, June 6th, 1866. janeT:323 NOTICE lo all whom it may eon-frra.-Notica ia hereby given that it ia deemed necewary by the City Council, of the city of Cleveland, to provide for tbe oonatrnction of a lewer in urookMi altey, lo connect with toe Brownell street main aewer : and for that pnrpo an orainaac9 is penaing oerore aaia ,nj Council, navmg iwn twice rtno neiore tne aame anrt now laid on the table. Any person having objr-ctioua to ineconsirnction of aaia aewer are hereby re quired to flle the HDHi In writinc with th? Citv Clerk of t&td city witbia two week after the ex -piratloa of threa weekj from lb first publication oi tois nonce. By order of tbe City Cooncil. C. K. HILL, City f'lerk. M ry 80, ltWH. nay:W)-4 "OTIK-ToaU whom It may concern Notice ia hereby eiven tliat it i darned ecaaeary by tH City OuunciL of the City of Cleve land, to provide for the construction of Prospect Str-et Branch Sewer No. 4, with hranch; in Hun tington and.'bebire atroeto; and 'or that purpoea an ordinance ia pending t-tora aaid City Council, having leen read twice Hora the tame, and now laid on tbe table. Any person having oljectiou to the construction ot said aewer, are hereby re quired to flle the name in writiue with the Citv C lerk of aaid city w.thin two weeka after the ex piration of three weeka from th brat pablication oi tai notice. By order ot the City Council. C. K. HILL, City Clerk. Hay 90, Ift. nmy:t::iJt Jfotlce to all Whom It May Concern "VTotioo is hereby given that it is doomed XI necessary ty the l ity Council ot the City of Cleveland to provide for the construction of a orancn sewer iti a tarl ol rrop-ct and erantrer etreetf, and or that purpose an Ordinance ia uow penaing Derate eat i-ity uouncii. Ail peraon saving orjeciKD to the cona'mctioa ol Bail branth wwor, are hereby reouetd to fllethcir ob jecticn with the City Chrk of Paid city within ten nayH alter tne exptrntion ot two vwki Irom tne nrnt pnottcatioa ot this notice. dj order oi tba ntw council. 0. JC. HILL, City Clerfc. NOTICK-To all whom It may concern Notice I hereby given tbat it is devned necessary by the City Council, of the Citv of Cleve- land, to provide for ihe construction of a branch aewer is an alley lying between luclid avenue and I'roepect street; and for that putpoee a ordmao. e is pending before said City Ckmncil, having been twice rvad before the same, and now laid en tbe tamo. Any person having objecttons to the on t ruction of said branch 9?wer, are hereby retiuir- ed to Ale tbe same in writing with thf -"ttv Clrk of aid city with in two weeka after toe expiration of three weeka from tho flrat publication of thu notice. By order of the City Council. C. JC. HILL, City Herk. May 30, lfc-a. - aij3iJ:;ii!4 ATOTICK-To all whom It may con- Xl rem.-At a reeular meet. dc of tbaCitv Council, of the City of Cleveland, held on the tnh amy ot may, icuo, me loliowing feat lotion uoptea : orerf. That in tho opinion of tbia Council i ta deemed m-ceeeary to grade, pave, and improve toe loiiowins namea streets tbeir entire length, viz: Leonard street, Frankfort street, and Park street. All person claiming damag-s by reaeon ol auch firading, paving and lmpruvinif. are here- by notihed tbat they are required to hie their claims in writing with the City Cleik wfthfn live weeke irom the 0 rut pnblicatton orthis resolution, or oe iorevr Darren ironi nunc anv claim or re- tsj order of the City Council. C. E. HILL, City CWk, May :w. If. to t :i I :cj4 IRON AND NAILS. WHEELING IVAILS Tbe Sale of .the EAGLE NAILS! Having increased bevond the i-answirv nf mnr Works, has led ma to accept tho AtiivNCi" of the H HEELING NAILS! Manufactured by th BELSIOAT Mil AVORKS! With whirk tnatluta allh 4k. laOMtilitic we trnst we may be able to supply our trodeaniS ivi wuivu icniretnuuj solicit oraer at Manuracturem' Prices. ! t AlAn 4 AKK. ' S MERWIN ST U V. ITT It. B. This is the dole Acencv for this rlahrA. ted Nail, and its superiority is familiar to every wmiwc in .nwooontry. may 12 AILS IB0 -GLASS. ; MORRISON FOSTER,' Ko. 81 and 63 Elror-st- Shocnbcrger's Juniata Nails. UN1ATA BOILKR PIAT. P Hit IT I0B A LAO. . Sar Iron.Wlndow Glass, Kitra Quality uriuuuafa-Bnfa naid Haroa. All tha ai. T. at i MANCFACTUKKR-S PRICES. ; f.HIO ; IKON- STEEL-ttLASS, &C- CIE ED A SD, IIBOHX &. CO. SEXTON'S LLltl K. 1 P. M. H1TOHCHK1K. I RMint Partners. Importrra, Manuracturara, and WkoUaala Datlera in Bar, Boiler. Hoop and fibwt Iron, taodr4oa Broa. ft Co.'b bt Kacli.h Cast and Sprlnjr 6t?l, Not and Wrought 6pika, Hot and Oold Pwaaad KnU and Waaln-ra, Norway Nail Bod,, fvadra Cron. Carriafl Ax lea. Snrinca and Rnlta. Harden'. CTM.nraira uorae pnoca and isoiler Kiret., GalTan led bheet Iron. Oaat and Sirer Start Aiaa. Aarila. Vi 11 i . Bole Amenta for the le of BROWN. Kliwn i .. . i -ai "MahODlng" Iron Nails, and Ian- niD;osm iDrasen's ruts bargh City bin, In tbia market. a.nd for Prire Li.t and t'irrnlari. Refer lo Ti.ine.. men am Hankera atojeraltT. maral PATENT FENCES. ItSIOli PATENT HOOD A0 IBOX FEME The Cheapest, most Beautiful and Durable Fence now la use. Haaatactnral by lh Vnloa Fence Company of Pa!neviUe. T. W. M0ESX, Asent, Sartweirs Block, vLIVELAJiD, OHIO. THIS FENCE IS MADE OF WOOD, braced with rrttn, vt in ornamental iron puit. which ii embedded In a aton fniituiavrinn aad the wli(..o in paiuted with three coat of heot qaaiuj oi paint anfl tnnrou?hly Handed with light colored aand. Tbe wood part of th fenoels con tnicUd thai it dew not tonrh tbe ground, and w iw nce ware wau-r caa possibly f ab sorbed. H-nc It will last, at the lowMt caknla tion, 7S years. The gat- are made upon ilia moot improTwi DrinciDie. ana are oruamonui in th nigoest dee res. The punted ornament ir all iron. By many tbia froce, when aet, If taken tv vm compoiea entirely oi iron, bo airy and lubatan tial I it in appearance. The attention of thone wish ine to improve th pparance oi iuir ironi yard", aad ttioaa con templating building, ia railed to this fen., now ed hi front aftba dwelluuta of th folio win gentlemen of this city : TBOSE VBISa THE BAI-LIITEE rtSCE WITH riCEET 0BN4HENT. Peter Thatcher, aVq., Seneca street. H. H. Clahn. B-i . Seneca street. G. W. Morrill, Esq., Senerastreet. J. A. Pander. Esn.. Huron ntrt. ( r Fa-i fl"iw arown. aso.. auctia street. O. H. Bnrt, Esq., auciid street. tbme vsmo Taa aau.uTBB rsNua without; taon PICKET OEKAHENT. Mrs.Crowell. corner 8 o prior and Erie street. a. a. Diwai, a-Hipertor street. H. M. n.apia, Esq., St. CUair street. II. G. Hitchcock, St. Clair street. A W. Fairbanks. Pt. Clir atiwt. H. V. Wilson, St. Clair street. i Mrs. Bond. St. Clair street. 1 8. C. Porter, Architect, Huron street. Dr. 6pp, Huron street. rsiso the bio ad rirErr nr sttli. ' R. P. Weddell. Uau.. Euclid aventte. for further narticulara call ai m ofliv viwaif oiiire. wnere aamrjie ismMuui UIBWIIIBIB -n &naa WWO, may tr:3 T. W. MORSE. Arent. PROFESSIONAL. TVf IS6 A. UAKIiU.W PBlCTrCAL rnysician ior tae treatment at mil mraKU disease. Room. Parlor 'A," Johnson Hen e. rtsroiipce nox r..T5, vteveiand, V. mavJ B.1S DENTISTRY, j. DITLKB A CSKB.VFIELD hT!ri. ttroTed their Dental fiooma to Houa. N. '' bupenor itraot. oppoaite Vaae Bailding. a.o. a. Sb-riia. joaa sassaricLD. I waji:i , i CH18. W. X C0SWAI W. 50BLK. Atlonieys A Coonsellon at law ahibicav BniDiaoa, I ' " aia, Oasj. 1 -niTa.iHia -PURE SPRISfl POSD ICE. rpHE CLEVELAND ICE COMPANY ' are now prepared to funtish Families. Eail- nAtala Mr. waHf k ' Pure Sprint Pond ic! the seasoii, at as reasonable rates any ether unapmiy iascis,- umiracts entered IntrSToC avdsmsaU uantittsa-- All ordeia for sud- promptly attended to. f wrtTw viueii as maitiy b vyster Apot, Wnpevloeitwsfcr Wa UBAAFg AtwAW Try to fully I I I I I I I I I I PERFUMERY. NEW PEHFU2tfE 0 FOiVTHE HANDKERCHIEF. .? .ooxvit A .fZnxt Kxiaitf, Orlirl and Frn irnnt IVrftimf, IriatiMe-il frwin lh Knr enJ Brno ti fa Flower frwwa ohiib it Inkr ila nnme. Alanurictured only by PM A 1,0 & SO 1. CP" Beware of Counterfeits- Ak ff P'tnlan TA un atlier, Sold by drogirielB generally. f-M'O 'It2 fl-eow SPRINC BED BOTTOMS. WRIGHT'S PATENT SECTIONAL SPKIXfi UED DOn 031 ! THE BEST & CHEAPEST SPRING BtDin use. for Steamboats, Hotels, and Pri vate uwemngs. Ten jari' experience prove that thy are rat ter adapttd to ftatiffv the wants of the public than any other Spring Bd in the market. It is arhnowU-dced by nil tbat thny possess au vantacea tbat render them superior to anything yet prM"pnted to the country. in ail rmmm. if ir.or oe not arive entire saiiao liou aft-r a mouth's tilal, the money paid for thvmwtllbe relmnlfl. WARRANTED FOB TEN TEA us. ftold b all Aral -cUra Bihlitra and turniture dMiTi throuzhout the tultod elate. Call and examine. 1 LiPPiNcorr co., ! Only MacBfr-tur-rJ apU! :rjJ eod yr) CTanal itrv-t. New York. REFRICERATORS. ! 1 1 H nwW'arortl a v. j. ai--?"rga-giB T KFUIGKKAT0K8. 11 REFRIGERATORS, Fifteen different sizea and pattern), inclnain fk-hooiry ii cH-iM-tert y tceiw-re,' ewett 'Are- tic." " Fnlace." and other stylea. at Mann fact or er's Prices lr cash. WATER-CO(U,KR3 AND WATHl-FILTSDS, All eixes, KuitftM for store or house use. Torrey's i-Mlnnte Ice Cream Kreezers rrom z to vt quarts. Illustrated Cataloga. with price list, can Mhad on apptiration. w . r. rju, .pJ':3.T4-eod Tor. BnptTlor an! SnVTt-nUi. PRIZE CONCERT. i POSTPOWEMEWT. TlIKt'MTEDHTATEM PRIZE CONCKUT To have been aiven at Crosby's Opera Hons on Aloud ay, Alay 'ib, lbit will posiUvely tke place at the RtNK. HALL, Wabash avnua Chica.ro, Monday, Jnly 9th, on which j . occasion half a militia dollars ia j pn.ea will b presented to 1 ticket holders, inclnding ONE HUNDRED THOt'SANT) D0LLAU3 1 IN GKEENB AC&tJ. The postrxmement is an unavoHaMe necessity, (not so much in consequence of the nmrw of ticgofs yet unsotd,) a tit positiT necessity there is ior a proper registration ol tbose atreaay ait posed of. which has been delayed in consetinence of the negligence and carelessness of a portion of our Agents in making their proper returns, i We atrise all parties wanting tickt to send lor ti without delay, aa we haw but a limited number yet on hand. Wo wish most particularly toimiireaa upou the rami of our Agents th importance) ol thetr mas l lie tneir returns at one and Of rectify ing whatever errors may have crept into their re ports heretofore. We will say to those s nding for tickets, that if they sSould all be sold at the time thrir order is received, their money will bd re turned. No application for new Agencies for: tbe sale of tickets will be considered, a we have no more than sum cleat tickfts far those Agents w nave already appointed. Tickets are for sale at principal hotels, bonk and music store in tbecity and at our ornce i.t Jf-aroon-st. r rice 51 eacn s nt by mail on tlx receipt of price aad stamp for return postage. ve invite tlie nartiruiar atten tion of persons wishing to order ttckots by mail to tne ioi.ow.ng SPECIAL TERMR, OR CLUB RATES.' Any party procuring a tiiib of hve or more names for ticket, and forwarding us tha money tor ine same, win oe allowed tne following commtS' ion, vix: VI WILL 8EH 5 Tickots to one address for..-..-.. Ft fin H) Ticket to one address for... 9 l 20 Tkk-ti to one address for. . 17 .Hi Tickets to ous address for......-.w-....i,H ) Tickets to one address for , p tt SO Tickets to one address for 4-t 60 And HR'Ttckets to one address for- ,S (X) In every case send th- name and post office ad dress of each separate subscriber. Honey bv draft post race order, ex pre or in registered letters. may be sent at our risk. All cciuuiUDicttioas should be addr-ned to W IOGINR. BRADFORD A fn . (PoatOfflca Drawer 613. ) Dearbon-st 4 blcaenu ill The Pro nri -tors will donato to th Lincoln, and oiit!8 Monument Fund 8o(n - mi-to there, will be reierved from the person drawing the FlO.tuO pne, ior tue same purpose ft-AKrl). i t F.rtar?t Boo. Nator Dan. Mace. Ez-M f., f lad.: Uon. Ira J. La? cork, of Kansas : tion, William Liffioawtll, Lyons, Iowa; Hon. Joseph Knox.ol rtiiongo; Hon. U. Grave mtb. offilin neaot; Jacob s'orsyth, At. M. S. R. R., Chicago; n. ivronoerg ko.. importers or watcnes, Chicaco; Hon. Wilkii son, ex Senator of Miuneso; Hon. (o. V. Lawrence, M. C, of Pnn.; lion x. KandHll. ex-taovernr, of Wis.; 31aaeU White A Ce., Nw Orleans. La 1 ProposaU for inserting this adverltf-menl are reui-d. meyj :r-fa r r MEDICAL. Cm LAD KEWS. FOR TRE rN FORTUNATE. BKLb'S SPKCIfiC ML AKE WARRANTED IN ALL CASfcH For the peedv and Permanent Cure ol all Disease arising Irom fVxaal Excesses, or YOUTHFUL IM DISCRETIONS. errtal Loes, Nightly Emissions and SensusJ Dreams, Genital, TUysical and Nervous Debility, Impotence, Gleet, 8xnal Diseases, Ac. NO CHANGE OF Df ET 18 h MCE8SART. Aad they can be used without deterttoa. Each box contains W Pill. Price One Dollar. If yoa cannot gt them of your Drugrfst, thy will he oy ma-l, securely sealed. Dost -paid, with full fnatraetion, that insure a cure, on receipt of th money ; and a pamphlet of l") pages on tbe error of youth, the consequence and remedy. snt free. ten cents repaired for postage. Address Dr. JAME6 Bib i An, jonsuitiuc ru.ys.ciao, Broadway, For sale by G. W. CLARK. Drnczlst. 119 lnaa rtor street, Cleveland. sep4:rt:wttd TO LADIES. If you require a reliable remedy to restore you uss DR. BARV'KI'8 FEMAIK PILLS. A never failing remedy for the removal of ObetrncJ uv msiier nura wont chum, mcr arise. int ? ing surr, ihki wiu reet-tre nuare ra averv .. j nry re aiso eatcaciona in an cases oi vi eu W bites. Prolapsus, Ac. bcld In boxes coa- taming n puis, price One Io(lar. cteno for DT. UAKVKV'S Private Medical Ad via. t, addressed to females ; 1U0 page, giving full in tructions, 10 cents required (or postage. If yoa cannot purchase the Pills of your Pruvgist, 'they will b seat, post psaid. aecwre traa observation, on tne receipt ot One Dollar, by Dr. JAM KS BBTAM. uonsuititig rnysician, u o roan way, n. T. For sale by G. W. CLASS, Dtukctsi, lit Sup MORR TALrABLK THAN GOLA BRIAN'S ITFK PUIS, 1 PCBIET TBE BLOOD. f Remove Headache, Disatness, GMdiness, Drswsi- seas, unpleasant a reams, iimneas of fiigftt IBdlgesuon. Cleanse the stomach and : Bowels, i . Insure VIW LirEIu the fM '11 rated, ani RESTOliK THE SIOK. TO PERFECT HEALTH. theml They only ooet 26 cents, and if jom cannot jret them of your Drnariri'l, send the money Xr. JAMES BBYAN, CoasultincPhysMtats, 8U Broadway. N. ., aud tkey will be seat bt te- mail, post paid n For sale by Q. W. CLABK, Drorri-t. lit Snpe. rkrstre-t, Hfr?lil. srrv-r wia REMOVAL. RKM0VAL. Mr. F. U. MorrU bet inx removed hi Clothinz Store from S. t Monument Square to 0 Prospect street, respect asks a continuance of the fatromgssolibe rally i-estewed apea him ta the past, and hopes by tacreased mcilttiee aad strict attaatloa ta the wants of his custom- to merit tbe same is the future. Eastern fashions recefvett. AH work warrant-.. A rood aesortment of cloths en mtswt whtch will b sold at the laweat ratM. or mad- the beat aad mot lasbiouabi style, ajplftil r ""'p---T3 - iz -j u'1"" j J ! ESs-Trf 1 t f .A ) aM a At duced pro;bo.o ONE HUNDRED" PIANOS I ONE HUNDRED DOLL ARS, Lcsa thaaaaj IMnn.al the same ajaallty haartrr Urtm anerrtl. probably by any Wmirrai mrnlr', I. be MM Wtaalcsale aad Krtxll, a...-, ... GEO. 0 A LL'S fj H E AT WESTEKii PI AXO HO 051S, os. 197 and 109 Ontario St, CUrcInnd, Onlo. niUESE riANOaS RESEMBLE IN EXTERNAL A1TE ARANCE THE FIE X styles of the high pric makers, but not as highly flirt-hd, . They are mawofaotared by tbe NEW YORK UNION PI Ni FORTK COUP lN and sold to large dealers os ceo tract i, etf t i"" at a time, to be shipped from i lea per week, guaranteed iu fnll, Ac , and are without doubt tbe best toned, best appearing Piano ever off-rsd in iti-s country for Um price. They a re large aad powerful, yet mellow In tone. 1 hey have Ihe G RAN D SCALE, are overstroug, ir a frames, Ac., having e-ery improvement of the day. No advertising, ao nr clerks, no -.how rooms at large rents, enablf the company, bting composed of practical working men, to produce a Piano at about half price. Wwal3 lenge th?ir equal to be produced for the mosev. Thee Piann are now on exhiMtioa at oar Booms" Parties should not fail to we tbm, hefitre purcbaeing. -t . The Bradbury Pi too and sample-) of a great nnmbor of othr ptotl makers' Jcwett A Co4ma Melotlooos. I'abTn'-tOrir'.ns, Stouts, Covers, A., in crat variety at reajn.ua. l- rnr?e. 1ut-i PtfntAco I ';u: i au MISCELLANEOUS. States Union Hotel. 606 and 60 Harkct Street, PHILADELPHIA. P4.KT1ES VISITING PUILADEL PHlAen buinM er plotiMire will find the ab-ve bote! n of the mnst d-tirble in Thila-'el-phi fc, hing sltnatrd in the center of bu lines and in close proximity to all thf- place of smusemnt. BtlAlaP PER DAY. CMeUnd Daily Tsprson File TlluS. H. B SANDKIt, j o ne 1 1 -. 'A U P rop ri-tor. NEW LUMBER, YARD. STEPHENS & PRESLEY, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and kep const Ant ly on band a good asuorlmeut of Vine and Domcallc Lumber For building purposes Lath, Shingle, Ac r CONTRACTORS, CARPENTERS, Biitldxra, and all llioae ta went of Lumber, will do well to call on us before purchasing else where, an w scan Belt, a low and giro as goods liuality of Lumber aa any dealers in the 'ity. All orders promptly attend.nl to aud -tiled at tbe lowest potstble 'ales. aar We ai e prepared to ship Lumber by Kail or Canal on th shortest notice Oftit- and Yard obi Kim atrect, lamer Kprnc?, West Side, 1'le veliuatl, O. junetl: SALT COMPANY OP ONONDAGA. IU T. L,VO., .4geot, 7 Herial. Frica tait until further aotica: Kin. aalt wr barrel, lba.. .... (' t'oaraa " " " . J 35 Ground Solar .alt " I ifi tiolar Dairj mlt. fMtr fwlte of 3 0 lb... :i AO do . do Incla.hajf i6 eajr. al 1 lb. aacfc 4 75 Factor! HIM dairy aalt, per pag. o(3ii lba. a 65 . . 3 ' bait harrel. U0 Itw a. 1 7 " " " bar, lbi.. an " caae, 'St piper boxe. li Cji MB. D. STILLWKLL'S BOILER TUBE BRUSHES. rateuted Hatrk 29, lblaS. 1.1 dtflervBt ttlxrw Trom I 1-4 to 6 Imcta. MBnfnctarvsl Irom ftprlns; Temperfd FIn Mteel H ire. IX)R Usfl and Durability tbe above Brush will be found far superior to all other articles lor cleaning Boiler Tube of Scales, Soot, Allies, Ac. In all Tubular Boilers a grrat saving ot may be made by the daily use of the above Bruih, as it will remove the scule t'iat form (which is a non-conductor of beat) ss wll soot and ashes B-ing made af SPKINtt TIlMPEKEU FLAT STEEL W IRE, gives greater elasticity, adding more than double to the wearing surface. Tbe win am (Irmly soldered to the shaft, which will allow the tubes to be cleaned while hot. Thf are made In aurur form, so tbat when tubes bec-omt j clogged with athes; by turning the brush, it at;tA as a borer, eaei-y removing all obstructions. . B. riUER, Agent, jnnelha-3 14iChampleio-st Clevalanu O. ETT'8 K0CK8H.FT GATR. This is the best and most convenient bate now be- lora the pnb'ic. The sul-scribr has now the Agcncvof tliisOata. All ordnrs left at my omoe, VA 8nperior street, oyer Fogg's store, 111 he duly attended to. x. n. Auta, Clevfland, Jnne 1, IS. jnie4 :-HI T A PIEKKS HOl'KK f HILADKLPiHA. J J The subarribers having leNsed this favorite j bouse it has been rent ted aud refurnished is aa elegant manner, and is now prepared with tbe most per foe t aptolnt ments for the reception ot guaats. The first position among Urst-clas Hotels will be maintained in tho future, as n the past. fmay-::44) BAEEE t FARLEY. TO FUSTICRKKS, BRICK l.M) WE ARE RECEIVING AND HAVE constantly in store, and for sale at the I lowest marset price, in lots to suit, the celebrated I reniont w lute Mone bime, tue oest in market lor white finish and all other purposes. m-iiM-t J FKt'8I KR k Co., Ag'ts, M RlTr-st. Acditob or BraTr.'s OrricE, ) CoLiasra, O, May, IW. J I AND SCRIP FOR SALE. We of J fer for sale the Agricultural Land Scrip own ed by tbe State ot Ohio ns the following terms: In quantiti-s of let) to 1,000 acres at WJ cents per acre; in quaniiiHi of I.00O to H.'(. acres at 7ft cents per acre; in qnao title of lo.tsio to 6,i0 I acres at 7(1 oeata per acre, in quantities abeee ',0w acres, scmeadoitional reduction tn price will bemaoe,and time for part aymenl may b ob tained, If desired. This scrip may be located on any Government lands subject to entry at 1.A per acre (mineral lands excepted). ' Those who buy of the Stats will be sale from an- tair practices. J8. H. nnp-rTAV, Auditor of State. It. S. W A R N E B, Trasrer of Htate. W. B. 81 ITU, Secretary of 8tata may iS. 3-3 . B0MK8IIC HKW1N6 MACUINfi. S1 TITCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES. -ORKAT lMPKOVEMKll r IN 6K.VING MACHINES. The domesiio will do a greater range of work than the four different grades or ; eir.w ef other leadieg ma-hines, and iu a more ! perfect man cr. It combines simplicity of con- struclion with perfect action. -nd for circular and samples of woih Great Inducements' offered toagents. G. W. ROELL A CO- maylti Il 8iiprior-st., t:i-v-liid, (thio. Business Men Wanted : rpo ENGAGE PERMANENTLY, ON L salary or commission, to receive and nil or- ders, and collect on subS'jriptionv, for superior subscription Boohs and 8ar tain's Bones of Hacrad : and national Bngravinga, including his largs and matchlewi Engraving of LINCOLN AND UD? FAMILY, from Waugh's great Painting ; also n a i n Li ni ..., a true compantoii-piece for "uarist MMnnina Little (JciMren." itssuperl- ority ever other Engraving claim as aa appro priate match, partake of a striking contrast. KaUs immense wit heat precedent In ihe history oi aagravings. An esamioatioa of our Assortment will satisfy any one, tbat for merit, power and hoaety of de- sicn, nign annuo auisb, ana saieeDiiity, tney nae ao eijaais. A few General Superintendents wanted, to em ploy men and conduct the correspondence con nected with the business, ia the New England Aad I v eater a state. References required. Apply sithor person all. or oy toiler, stating age, past ant present yora- iion, C., Ac, to U. Is. VAN PIURTWM It. Ho. 26, Southwest corner, of Monamsnt Souare. Qev- saaa. vnjo, or B. H. CITRRAK, At General Office and Salesreem, Mafn-st.. corner oi waier. KocDester, ft. I. Or to either of our General Superintendents of orancn omres, as follows: o. 1. HcGeorge, M State-st.( Albany, N. Y.; J. U. Jones, 125 Dear-born-st., Chicago, Illinois; W. D. Bakr, 98 Grant ritispurgn, ra. mayii 31H WI5D0W CLASS. qiHE LARGEST STOCK IN THE L C'ltr, IncIarliDfi large aisea, to which additions I win oe maaa aa raqoiraa. FOREST CITT TARNISH 00., wiartT S.1 r ran fort .tn t. VABXISHKS. 1 AA BARBELS VARNISHES X V'V7 boma Tar flaa, of our own maka. For aala bj FOREST CITT TARNISH CO., nar'T M rraokfort atraat. 10 CABI5ET EaKKBS AXD OTflgBS. BECK at COWEll, Manafactnrara of Bffataaia, Waahioc Machln... Ciotbea Slaaitla. or Ironina Marfaiuca, aad all I aio.a oi iniainaa, oara oa Dana and Ior aal MM Badataad., Iixjo aru of round coraer badjtead taralnca, SP.OOOSplndlaa, ftma) aata of coraara. Tabla toa. crib tnrninaa. ke.. wbicb arawlll I at ta. than Banal rat. J rartonr t. Hon, a Taft'a Pranlna Bill mm. I .n m amia ami, aaaietaa. -.-. - r-oatoBl oa rnngmm Z7 wqp.rlor-at. mar IT CAUSTIC SODA SODA ASH ! STJLPHTJBIC ACID ! AQUA AMMONIA ! 1 ; tbe Lewcit Market Katea. .,- ; 1 .. OB ULB Bt. :. rcnnsjlTaBla Salt EaBaf's CowpaBj anl n - ' - 1 - - - PTTT8BVBSH. . .ttw.i' scrrii.; or AII&IC15 ATCBS4 la tkt Stiver, at the re ..vwwyt':; prKAU ImsjiiT C0WLE3 S. llbT ala BITTERS. 153 O Q 11 SUGAR-COATED, 53 o PURELY VEGETABLE. free from Mcrcarj AMD AU BIDiERAL . FOISAN, Aad an.' andonbtedly, lh beat remedy axtaat SICK 1D NERVOUS m.DACBE thenby raaioTlag tba caaaaa. IIVER ' PILL they caa hara no rlral, being an .... poeed of tho bom . Powerful Vegetable Extract . waica baaoaalraetaaOlaaoalha SPLEBU AND LIVEH, tbe fcrn-f eflbs of whleb ean ba aea BAat on. or ar. doaa. Thoj Kemov4 tktf BUi 1 J Assist ingestion, Cure Costiveness, la hct, tbey ara, a. thai uma tariioalee, tha BLOOD.PILL "Tha Lifo-GiTing Prinoiple." S3 o o w s O o d O . w o o 0 a H Thay aaarcb ant aiaaaaa and atrika at ita aarr root, leavm. th. ayatem In tha mil yieor of htlth r are FERTSCTLT EARMLE88 T'T JsriaiTJ, UB i-EKbUftS Or THB M08T DCLICATA 00M8TIIU TI0M3, aad aro a - - SAFBB, SOBBB AJTOBBTTIIB ' Purgative Pill thanaa eret kaibi been ami table to mankind, and, being thickly 8U. OAJUX)ATED. areeapaciallj arl.ot ad aaa REMEDY FORCHILDRI-'n. ana noreoas ano karo a daoMt of awanowinK a -ui. They are, ua queatioaably, one of our moat in wwiy uaillAm I ut. J X ahoold baattb- 1V X'a'vN. out tkem. . PRINCE, WALTON A CO., (OueeeeaurB lo Pr. c. W. Robaek.) i . ' BOtl PROPRIETORS, Hon. 66, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St. . CINCINNATI, -OHIO.- PAPER COLLARS& CUFFS WARD'S Paper Collars AND CUFFS FOB Ha a i i us is AND CENTLEIYIEN, MORGANROOT & CO. ' 22S ' SUPERIOR ST., SOEiE .MGE.YTS q For CLEVELAND. Ohio, Ladies Victoria Turn over Paper Collar. Ladies' EmpressTum over Paper Cdlar. Ladies' English Stand- Ladies' American ing raper collar, otanaing raper dollar wadies French Paper Ladies' English Papet Cutfs. mm. Cent's Pfccadiily Paper Cent's. Shakespeare WJliar. Paper Collar. "enllemen's Standing Gentlemen "s Tumoves Paper Collar. Paper Collar. Cents. Reversibfs Cents. Enfish Paper Paper Cuds. - . tuts. MANUFACTURED BY W. H. WARD, New York marra-t taTnrirn SEWING MACHINES. Scwiiiff Machines ! S05 Superior StreeeL SUMNER A CO. ,t i . i AerfT. iX . TOE . 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