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-HOOP SKIRTS. TSAAC 1 J.f FRANK .-m-,t Mauteilaier o s4 Pealw in UOOP: SKIRTS - - - . , . -w" e Ko. 129 Superior street, aadcr the johasoa Honse. a Iw.yi on kwd aa eaten le assortment of latest elylee end petterna. Wboleeela deter enn b aapoled at taM loan Hew York market rates. aaT .atria HMli to order oa ehortMt notice. .ayl.lS S PECIAL NOTIC ES . DEAD HEAD, it, la other word:, heeds whose once glorios iOCKI nave Withered and Whitened, an In lew moments be re-clothed with all their YVlTUI'l'L ATI R ACTION 8, y ii.xto application of that wonderful talisman . r CB1STAD0B0'8 HAIR DYB, Glinted whiskers and moustaches, ladles' cor la t-to which the enow of age haa prematurely drift d, and red, randy, or whitey -brown hair, receive, if by magic, the rarest shade, of Hack or brow a f rom this btralMi botanical hair darkroer, man- fact and by J.CEISTAPOtO, 6 Astor Boose. Kew York. Bold by DnigKista. Applied by all Hair Prr.. waylfhRlC-PAW-eod BAXK1AG IIOISE OF JAY COOKE & CO., Coraer Wall & 5as&Ku-K(fl N. T TN CONNECTION WITH OUR X booses in Pfailadelpliia and Washington, we - are opened a KEW TO Bit BOUSK at above lo- atioft. and offer oar services to Banks, Banker., and Investors for the transaction of tbetr basineia In this city, including purchases and sales of Oor- itiMtBT Ssrt'airiBS, Stocks, Bonds. Ann Gold. Wearecoostanly represented at the Stock -Ex- change and Gold Board, where orders sent nsare promptly filled. We keep on hand a full supply of ' OoftrisMtit MecwrtUew r all Innes, buying and sMlitig at current prioes, and allowing r earreaposidents the moat liberal rates theasarket - affords. JAY COOKE A CO. ma 10-Hit 1A-H'end jfc-A SINGLE BOX OK J3RAND- aiETH'B PILLS contains more vegetable extrac tive matter than twenty boxes of any pills in the -orld besides; fifty-five blind red physicians nee thin, in their p -act ice to the exclaaion of other urgativea. The first letter of Ibeir value is yet scarcely appreciated. When they are better known, sodden death and continued sickness will beofthspaat. Let those who know them "peak , right out in their taror. It ia a duty which will safe life. Oar race ia subject to a redundancy of vitiated bile at tlia season, and it is as dangerous as It is prevalent; but Brandreth's rills afford an inval uable and efficient protection. By their occasion al nee we prevent the collection of those impuri ties which, wh 'D in sufficient quantities, cause so - much danger to the body's health. They soon curs Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Fain ia the Head, Heartburn, Tain In the Breast bone. Sudden lain .new and VKtiveness. Bold by all respectable denlers ta Medicines. may 10; 111. PafcHeod ' II UNNE WELL'S ; -i TTijU 1 To attempt to enumerate the ivAitrvir I manifold results of the Anndvue fa rjM of Neuralgia, Unada Tooth and Esr Ache, Spinal Com plaints. St. Vitus' Dance, Hyst-ria, lWvous Ie btlity. Lees of Bleep, Psius in Meufttruation, and the most reliable testimoaivla in niy poesesiion, to which all are invited to iimpert, would exhaust ' time and patience, and waiu aoonndence to teat Will perfectly justify. Asthma, Now declared purely a nervous complaint, ts per fectly rHioTi in most violent attacks with doses of 85 to 3 orops earn nan nour. ueiie. ana aieep will follow the second or third tWe. Bold by nil Whotesale a id l etail Deaiera in Medicine. JobB I. Hunnewell, Proprietor. Prar-tlral Chemist, et:dAw:eom 9 Commercial Wharf, BostonMasa. TfTRiokiAT NEW KNGLAND BBKBBY. Dr. J. W. FoUnd'a White Pine Com oond. is now oflered to the afflicted throughout tbe country, After having been proved by the test . eX eleven years. In the Kew Kngland States, where Its merits have become a well known aa the tree from which, in pvt, it derives its virtnas. Tbe White Pine Compound cures Sore Throat, Colds, Ongha, Piptkeria, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affectlona generally. It la a re markable Boedy for Kidney Complaints, Diabe tes. Difficult y of Voiding Crtn, Bleeding from the avideeys and Bladder, Gravel, and other eom laints. Give rt a trial tf yew would learn the vains of a good and tried Medicine. It ia plsaeaet catenae ore. . . Bold by Druggists and Deaiera KedJcio gene ' tily. GJIO. W. BWETT K. P., Proprietor. Boston. Mass. ' BXNTOK, MY ERA A CANFIILD, And STRONG A A ttMSTisUNfJ, Agents. iani-I ElO-w 1U TCfiR'S DEAD gHOT FOR Bedbuga kilia upon touch, curls them up as Ore does a lea', and remains of permanent effect. Try It, and sleep In peace. Sold by all live druggists. may!7 3Ki SWTFHILOSOl'HY OF W AKKIAGE. The Proprietors of t1 e New York Mnseum of Anat omy have determined, recardlees of expeue, to Is ae free (for the benefit of suffering humanity, and oppreosioo of quackery) four of their most inter eetinx and iewtroetive Lectures oo Marriages and Ha DMqnalinoatieua, Nervous and Phyaicej Debil ty. Pre ma tare decline of Manhood, Indigestion, WaaAnees er DpreMoa, Imnotenry, Lose of Ener gy aad Manly Tower ; tbe Great Social KvH, and those Maladies which renolt from yonthful foil lea, eacemes of maturity, and ignorance of Phvaiology ' oed laws of ratnre. These Invaluable Lectures have beea the means tenlichtening and savina' thousand., and will be er warded free, on receipt of four stamps, by edj treating SBCRKTABY, New Vers. Museum d Anwtnmy and Medicine, alt Broadway, New York. febloBA ' Be MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, Ao Kenny of Warning end Instruction for Young Mew. Alee, Diseases and Abases which prostrate fVe vital powers, with sura means of relief. Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Addreaa Tr. 3. FKILLTN HOUGHTON, Howard Aaaocia- eo, Ph Hade I ph. a. Pa. maylQ-d38 STHB BRIDAL CHAMBER. An Kssay of Warnlag aad instruction for Young Men. Areo, new and reliable treatment for Diseaees of the TTrinary and Sexnal Systems. Sent free In oealed onvelepea. Address Dr. J. Sklllln Hoogbtoa, Homtr Aewfteiatton, Phi'ai1"lphva, Ta. mv 9 B4. HOOP SKIRTS. ALLEN & 07IATT, H0LESL fietail Dealers HOOP SORTS CORSETS GOODS, 2501252 j naea HAIR DYE, &C. BIlUTr, la bors. Golden, Flaxen, and Silken. CCli LB produced by the nee of Prof. Ii BaxTx's YR1SKB LK CUJCVEGX. Oneap. pHcatioa warranted . to cart the most straight and stubern hair of eith - er sex into wavy ringleta or heavy massive carls. Has Wen osed by the fashionables of Paris and Lendoia, with the most gratifying rsu.ta. Does ao injury the hair. Price by mail, sealed and poet paid, SI. Deeciiptive circulars msild free. Address, BERGIR, StiUTTS A CO., Chemists, No. . te River street, Troy. N. Y. Sole acenta for th Oavted States. mayl:3Ht-d-triA W WHISKXRS a MUSTACHS9 terced to grow upon 1 the smoothest face in from three oi;e weeks neinc Dr. SKVIG- BB CAPiLLAIBK, the moot wenderfol ' dteeevery fa uaodeni orienee, actfns: p" the i mm ii - t f V2 $ ' Bear anw Bair ta an almost mtrweokms Rtaaner. ' it wan bea need by the elite T Parte ar;d Lontoa with toe anoot Aatteiing oocceaa. Names of all Torches re will be registered, and If enttv satis- """" factiea ia not given !n every instance, the money will be oneerfbUy refnnded. Price by mail, oeal- od aad postpaid, sL. Deaoriptiva circular and testimonials mailed free., Andreas BERGKR, SHDTTS A CO., Chemists, Re. 186 Biver street, Troy, N. T. Sole aceata for the United States. mayl;3at-4triAW ' Weftcsrrii bft truk. k&iimx BBMIWQTON, tbe vork! leoowued Aotrul ogiot awdSomaaaabalietee Ctairvoyant, while ia a iatswoyont state, itoeaaeo the vary features of t i, the person you are to awry, and by the aid of aa ait- ,1 tr ma in t of tateaaa power, known aa the Pey . CBiaftotroa, ttaaranteea to nrodoce a perfect aad Uav-Uke ptWanre of the rat a re husband aad aife of toe applicant, w&a oaveoi mamare, ocenpanow, , aendaag avails od-aharaates, dto. Tom ia ao lanpo oittwa. as ieeuaaoaiaU without aomber can assert. - - By stateng place of htrth, age, dispoeitiesi, coior of yea aad aair, aaa enclosing any cents, ana r mam. i ad envelope addressed to yowreelf, you will " neern the pic tar by return aa&U, togetaer erith oealrutl informatfoa. Address i oonAdema, MADAMX GBRTBUDB AtalilUTva, f. U. JHXSI7, Hf a. I. V; asayrofr-d trtW - - TlHXESTiXK'S WHITE HID. A J perfertly pare artietst and p awes ring agre of ftneojess ana wniseacas nwequauea y aaj pi vBraaA, For aals bv ? IIIiL A BBOTHXK. . a&rxUtt JOB vataiioat. : ia-. ! ClHrU P. POWIU, Book Binder tl and Blank Book ManU ectnrer. Ko. 96 Bank street. Boom Mo. 11 Johnson's Black, Cleveland, Oolo. Magaxtnea, Periodica, Moete Booka, t hoond on ibort aotios. Value and Pocket Book lettered U plain and ornamental type, Albwase epalred. B1U Bead! mud Letter Beada got op order. jun12' HIT DAILY :LEADER For Morning Kdltloa Sews see outside. ffl- For Evening Edition Jews see inside. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1866. CITY NEWS. U. 8. CotET. The United States Court met yeaterdarmoroing.made assignments for t vraorrow and adjourned without transact- Bg an; busiDess. Svsdav Livuoa Law. This law is gener ally observed, now, and where not observed ia enforced bj the police. One or two ar rests were made on Sunday for offending against it. Fvbotecbmcs. Windows are beginning to be crammed with all descriptions of fire works, crackers, torpedoes, rockets, tc., and newsboys are beginning to lay by their cent per cent, profit for a " bust." ; Stee MovtuESTS. The propeller Brooklyn, Capt. Kawson, leaves for Chics and intermediate porta this morning at ten o'clock. The Wisconsin, Capt Van Allen, leaves at the same lime for Ogdcnsburg. Emiosasts. During the passed three or four days between six and seven hundred emigrants, mostly Germans, have gone weet through this city. About two hundred we e now at Ihe depot last evening awaiting western transportation. 0b CsroRTCKATK. The corpus of a de- ! ceased Fenian who died from wounds receiv ed at the battle of Ridge way was brought on the early eastern train yesterday. II is homo was in Cincinnati, whither his remains are being taken for interment. Tarqeteers. Twenty picked German fuaileers, from New York, each armed with a long rifle, passed through this morning en route for China go, to attend the grand target practice aud festival to be held this week. Twewty Fifth OnioCoHtvo. The 23th O, V. I., 21 officers and men, left New York Sand ay evening, en route for Columbus to be mustered out, and will arrive in this city this morning. This regiment has boon in service five years. Femiaks. No body of Fenians have ar rived at the depot for a few days past, but stragglers by ones, twos and threes, are quietly hurrying "back from the wars gain. They conclude the "railroad" has many sink holes and the stream is too tur bulent to "bridge." Horsr Ten vino Mama. The ruling ma nia now is horse-stealing, as counterfeiting was a short time ago. The Metroplitan Po lice receive, on an average, daily, three des criptive bills, A;c., offering rewards for the arrest of thieves and the recovery of stolen horses. The GRAre Crop. General A. S. Sanford, just from the Put-in-Bay Islands, informs ua that the grape crop there is very much injured by the late spring frosts, and not ! more than half a crop is anticipated. As a consequence the price of Ture Catawba has already begun to advance. adjured. Theodore Drone, 19 years of age. son of Mr. Frederick Drone, of this city, had his arm crushed near the shoulder on the C. O. Railroad at Barnesville last week. He was a brakesman, and while en gaged in coupling some cars was caught be tween the bumpers. Impounded. The police Sunday evening served a writ of habeas corpus on two mares and a colt that had "gone to grass" in the park. They are now chewing the cud oi bitter repentance in the city pound where i the owner will find them and be fined him self. Kno.-Faro banks have suspended, bil liards have been tabled, euchre-decks have been thrown over-board, and "Kino" now tbe rage among the petty gamblers of Cleveland. A u Kino " table and apparatus costs about ten dollars, and any number of persons can play. It is essentially eventu- ally a losing game to all but the keeper of the table, who is continually drawing ten per cent, on all deposits, and who nets from five to fifty dollars nightly, according to the eagerness and number of his dupes. In many places intoxicating liquors are fur- ished gratis. We are credibly informed that there are a full dozen of these vice holes open every n ight in Cleveland. From LiKK Etircaina. Tbe Keweenaw, Northern Light, S. D. Caldwell, and Gov ernor Cushman arrived from the Lake Su perior regions on Saturday afternoon and evening, bringing down an aggregate of 1,200 tons of freight, moBtly copper and iron ore, besides a large number of passengers. The schooner L. G. Farrell,aunk on the Can ada side of tbe Sault river, has been raised and sent to &aginaw. We give the log of the 8. D. Caldwell, the latest arrived : The Caldwell left Ontonagon on the 4th inst., at S P. M. Met propeller Ironsides off Eagle River, bound up, on the morning of the jth inst. After leaving Copper Har bor we experienced a dense fog, which last ed until we arrived off Foint aux-Barques. The vessels Winona, Bhupe, Wyandotte and Richmond were lying at Marquette, wait ing for cargoes. Tamed vessels D. Morris and Won. Kaynor below Marquette, bound down, and met below the Sault the vessels New London, Harriet Ross. Winrield Scott and John L. Gross, all boand up. Off Point-aux-Barques saw about one hundred ves sels bound down, supposed to be grain load ed. Brought down 2i0 tons copper and 25 tons merchandise, and a large number of passengers for Detroit, and 100 tons copper for Garretson A. Co., Cleveland. Pouch Court. Drank Francis Brown, Michael Howell, P. Newton, Peter Flavin, Edward Hughes, John Murray, James Ber tram, Benjamin Simmons, Frank O. Jonlig, George Eicorn and Hugh McElroy, each fined tl and costs; Mary Tracer, sent to the Workhouse J8 days; Julia Grant, sent to the WorkhouseS months; Charles Thomas and Jerry Hamilton, each fined $2 and costa. Nuisance Patrick McGinnea, fined the costs. Teddling Without License Henry Qui ble, nolled. Violating Street Ordinance John Gris wold, nolled. Disturbance John Ryan, fined i2 and costs. Violating Sunday Liquor Law Mrs. C. Wallace and John Marquette, each fined $10 and costs. Abasing Family John McQuirk, fined the costa. Keeping House of Ill-Fame. Mary Roberta, fined $25 and costa. Visiting Same Kitty O'Neil, Alice Merchant and Frances Hayes, each fined $10 and coats ; Charles Wilson and Charles Graham, each $j and costs. Assault aad Battery Martin Breelim fined $2 and costa ; James Wadsworth fli and costs ; William Harris (first indictment) $10 and costs; (second indictment) $1 and costs. ' 1 Flacing Obstructions on the Kinsman Street Railroad Tbomaa Grant, case con tinued ts the 13th, bail $300.' ' - Grand Larceny Henry Dareus, esse con tinued to Wednesday, bail $2,00o. ' . Confidence. .Swindling Henry Darcua, case eon tinned to Wednesday, bail $560. . Horse Stealing James Smith. . Krastus Palmer .and .Jackson jDouIter, bonnd over tot trial at the Court of Common Pleas Bonds $yPfl each-J--; 1 w - ,ivi3i'i;C Lttoi TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday Afternoon's Report Yesterday Afternoon's Report THE FENIANS A FIGHT ON THE BOUNDARY Captures Made on American Soil. jji YESTIGATIXG GEX. MEADE THE MATTER. I I KE TEKKL NAll t. IA1JI13A Convicliou of Coovert, Ihe Boosa Murderer. Till. t O.VMTl TIOSiAL ASIEXDJttNT. The House Will Concur Wednesday. Washington News. Queer Revelations. New York, June 11. The morning pa pers have the following specials from Wash melon : A JSew Yorker ol tne name oi camp Den has iust civen to the world somequeer rev elations concerning the testimony lately adduced by the Judiciary Committee tend ing to implicate Jenerson l'avu in tne as saasinalion plot. He shows that a gross system ot frauds and perjury baa been re Borted to for the purposed proving the im plication ol Davis and other conspirators in the matter, and backs nis assertions by facts that startle all who are familiar with the testimony. It eeems that many of the witnesses tea titled under assumed names, and that no such persons as the ostensible and tne recorded witnesses exist, in addi tion to this he states that when Mr. Con nery, who was principal witness and detec tive in the case, was asked to proceed to JNew York and procure some cor rohorating evidence of hit own statements, which he had previously volunteered to lurnish, be gave tne ouwer who was sent with him, in New York, the slip, and haa actually gone away, it is Buppoeed, to avoid a prosecution for perjury, and has not been beard iron by tno ciacer and tbe commit tee for several weeks. Other witnesses have come forward and confessed to have sworn falsely. It being understood that Horace Oreeiey, wno is in v as nine ton. is in lavor ot tne re lease of Jeff. Davis, he was a3ked by a rad ical if the reirort was true, when be retort ed by asking the interrogator if he was iu tavor ol tne indefinite imprisonment ot tne representative of five millions of people itnout conviction or trial. Mr. Greeley was in consultation with Senators Chandler, Wilson and others on the subject of Davis liberation on bail, and favored it to the extent of alarming, if Dot displeasing, some of his party associates, tie lett Tor Jew iork tms evening. Mr. O'Connor is still here, but has thus tar made little or no progress in the matter. The presumption is that ha expected to ob tain some favorable consideration of the case or he would not have devoted bo much time to it. A dav or two more, it is exprcted, will decide the matter. Congressional. The House Committee on Banks and Cur rency will make an elaborate report in a lew days on tbe Washington bank frauds. and present a bill guarding against such misappropriations ol public money in fu ture. A proposition will soon be introduced in Cougress equalizing the compensation of members, under tbe present rates some members receive over $1.000 pay and mile age each Congress, while others only receive tew hundred. It will be proposed to pay every member $10,000 a Congress and his actual traveling expenses. Wiiile the House Committee on Ways and Means may not be willing to increase the duties to the amount proposed by Mr. Ste phen Col well, they are engaged in giving all possible protection to our manulacturing and mining interests. lhebenate will take up the tax bill and finish that before entering upon tbe con sideration of the enactments completed and made requisite by tne Constitutional Amendment. ThellouBe will take up the Constitutional Amendment on Wednesday and concur in the Senate amendment by at least a three quarter vote. The presiding officer will then transmit it to tho Secretary of State whose duty it will be to transmit it at once to the Governors of the States to be laid be fore their respective Legislatures. I be senate Committee have agreed on two cents per pound on cotton. The President's Wish. The President iskuowntohave expressed the wish that Congress would pass as coo current resolutions the supplementary bills declaring the powers of Congress under the Constitutional Amendment. ! A Memorial. A memorial, signed by one hundred freod- men. ol Charlottesville, has been presented to General Howard by a committee of the signers. It aska for continued military pro tection and recites that they are deprived reasonable safeguard against bodily in juries by their former masters and that General Steedman and Kullerton during tneir sojourn in uusrlottesville consulted forty white ex -rebels and not one colored loyalist. The Fenians. The U. S. Will Not Furnish Transportation, lauoo, , BrrrALo, June II General Barry has re ceived an answer to his ditjiatch to Gen eral Meade, regarding the transportation ol fesjiananow congregated bere to a large number. General Meade ssys the United States does not feel called, upon to stand the expenses of sending these men home, and therefore do not give tho required permis sion to furnish transportation. Not Abandoned. President Roberta stated yesterday that the movement was not abandoned, and .re port says that soine of the leading Fenians nave lett to renew operations. The Fight near the Line. "iw York, June 11. The Herald's special from Montreal Btates : In the fight near tbe line only forty of the Governor General's body-guard participated. The Fenians were driven across the line with several killed and sixteen captured, who were taken Montreal. ; From Ottawa. The Canadian government has applied t Kogland for 5,000 additional troops, inclu" ding a regiment of ct.valry and a proper portion of artillery. f 'three arrests were made at Ottawa, and warrants are out for all the Fenians there. numbering sixty-eight, who are all known. A special from Ogdensburgh of the 10th inst, state that the Fenians are determined push on the work, and says the material stillbeing sent to the frontier, twelve gon loads of which have been captured by U. 8. troops. It also savs that fifteen cases of Springfield rifles and 30,000 rounds ammunition passed th rough Ogdexuburg wunin tne tast lorty -cigm ncum . . A Fight. Kew York, June 11. A St Albans dispatch says that on Saturday, about eight miles irom ot Arm and, a brigade ot British regu lars charged on the small portion of Spear's army that had remained behind, and cap tured sixteen prisoners. Some of the i'e- mans wore Kujeo, out now many is not now known. This fie at took place almost on the boundary, across which the Fenians were obliged to retreat. The English had no idea of stopping on account of boundary lines, and they charged across the line, fir ing upon tbe retreating band of remans. They also made captures on American soil This aflair has been reported to General Aieaoe. wno is at present invest lira ting tne matter. ! XXXIXth Congress. WASHINGTON, June 9. HOUSE. The SPEAKER sent nr a lttr fmm the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a statement of the. mn,.t n.M f,..i.re-.j i - , ., ' j i omega v to memoersot me l fnriy-e:gatn wuijiw, wuica wax reierrea ho tne uom- mitteeon Appropriations. ' i The mileage paid to 8enators was$l24,IO?, ana me salary si'W.zzs ; toUI 54:3,830. The mileage paid to members of the House was fjlo.Ut, and salary $1 14,yis ; total, $429,064. Senator Conness receiTed for mile- se;e ?n,I24, and Senator McDongal $10,64. Senators Harding and Nasraith, of Oregon, received for mileage $ll,!36eaci- Senators Nye and Stewart, of Nevada, raceiTed for mileage ti,622 each, bat this was only tr one session, bein; at the rate of $11,243 for the Congress. The Massachnsstts Senators received for mileage $739 each. The small est sum received for mileace was by Senator Johnson, of iiaryland.wb.ieh was $$7 20. Of California members Mr. McRaer reoeiv- ZT Mr. BTd:;r$iM'The J t ' 1 .1 A OOC II- II I 1 . . . . member. Air. uenaeraoD, received for mat. I age?i-,i.' MiT voie, aeiejrata irom wasn- I irnrtAn TAmtnrv. rm-AivA 21 'I flCO sni I . . - -'w - Wailaca, delogate from Idaho $12,381. . Tb smallest amount received for mileage wax $M, for Henry Winter Day is. The constitutional amendment paused by th HAnat wAaiAnl&T wax rAnnrtAtt . In tha Howe, with the amendment., upon which liti nnnrnrrtniri was iwiueftlaMl- Tt.eSrbaKii announced trial under toe order of the House, no business was in order excopt the President s annual message. Mr. BURLEIGH, of Dakotah, addressed the House in favor of the removal of Indians from the mineral lands of the Northwestern Territory, and their per manent location in certain districts in Dakotah and Montana. Mr. WILSON, of Iowa, said that he was not very well informed as to the manner in which the Indian afiairaof this Government I ntt 06611 conduct d, bat had been long of ua uLfiuiuu mat me inaiana una oeeu more Binned against than sinning. He proceeded to read extracts from two Indian speeches in nils. IwtlnMlha Mutu I 'Amtni tna An lnsi,an AiTa.ra, charging all sorts of fraud and cor- ruption against one uuneign, an agent, wno -urnea out to be ine present delegate lrom Oakotah. aud who had iust addressed the nouse. Mr. ALLISON made a few remarks re pelling the insinuations against the present Secretary of the Interior and the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, contained in the speech of Mr. Burleigh. Mr. CLARK, of Ohio, made a speech on the subject of reconstruction, taking a Con gressional view of the question. Air. VAJK Ai.a AM followed on ttie same side. Mr. BOUTWELL gave notice that on Wednesday next the 6enate amendments would be called up for atiou by the Uouse. Air. GARrlbLD presented a memorial from the Board of Levee Commissioners for the States of Louisiana and Mississippi behalf of tho people of these States, asking national aid and assistance in the recon struction of levees on the Mississippi river. which was referred to the Committee on Ways and Meats s. The House adjourned at half-past three. GENERAL NEWS. Destructive Fire. TtRRK Haute, June 10. The extensive woolen factory of John C- Roas A Kennedy s ana tne iuvaosvilie i;rawiorasviue ivau road freiL'ht house were totally destroyed by tire at nve o'clock this afternoon. The loss of Ross A Kennedy is $73,000 : insured for $21,000. Railroad company's Toss not ms. own. Convicted. Cikoiskati. Juoe 11. The seconj trial of Ssmuel C j vert for the murder ol the mur der of the Rocsa family, at Lebanon, Satur day, resulted in a verdict of murder in the 1st degree. Harrison McNeal, brother in-law of Coover is to be tried as an acces- sorv. COM MISS' N MERCHANTS OIL (J1TI ST0KAGE COHrMY, (Successors to Pennock, Ball A Co.) STOBAGB, rORWABDISG AMD C011tII$SIO MERCHANTS, Eave nnaurpasaed facilities for, and pay special euenixon to we j to rage ttni ihlprneuf ef Crude niiel acnnra rrireiemn. The pair no .ure of Dealers and Shipper solicited, wno wm be liperaiiy aeeit whb. Office, Warebnnsc and Wharf Foot of Oak Street, OIL CITY, Pa. tanZtim S. O. OTPDINCP. Acting Supt. CLARK ft 8ASF0RD, (Successor to Clark ft Rockefeller,) Produce Commission Jfercbants, ANP D CALEB IN Grain, Seeds, Flenr. Fish, Water Lime, naster, joarse, sine, urouni ewer anu Dairy Salt. Boa. 39, il, 43 and 46 Rirer street and on the Dock CLEVELAND, OHIO. Property received by Railroad or Canal, for Snl or Bhinment. Will ffive personal attention to tbe sale and purchase of Produce aad aiercbaudise on oom mission. Liberal Caen Advances made on Consignments. Befer to Business Men and Bankers generally. men Rita AHMA,.-lu AM9iA.B. . HAHKA...M. A. HAUlM. ROBERT. HAKKA t 10., Successors to Qanna, Garrataon A Co., WHOLESALE CROCERS, rorwardlng & Communion Merchants aira PKALERS.IN FRODUCB, HALT, FISH, o. Central Exchange, No.. 1S9 and 171 Biver stras Affente for the Cleveland. Detroit and Lake Bnperlor Line f Hteasera. am. . BrQBstf. 1 HEM HI i. DAVIS. HUGHES A DAVIS, FORWARDING, PBODTJOK AND General Commission Merchants, SEXTOK'S FIBE TBOOF BLOCK, 313, 35, 37 AND 39 MERWI STREET Cleveland, Ohio. Personal attention giren to the ntrrchane and aale of Highwines, Grain, Floor, and all kinds Conotry Prodocf. mar3:K3 1S66. B. T. LYOX, 1866. Ixalabliihed ia 1841. COMMISSION MEtttllAST FOR WAR D E R , j IXKYHLASiD, OHIO. 1108. 59, 61, 63, a AND 67 MBEWIS 6IHKKT. AGENT OF THE Bait Company of Onondaga, SYEACUSK, B. T. NEWMXVS AKRON WATER LIKE ( EMENT CO., . BUKVALO, H. I. Dealer 1st - - Floor, Sjlratln. Provision. Salt. Waiter lame, xMamter, Fifth. Hons, Meed. IliKHwines,. hceae, xsuiaer, Ac, dec Strict personal attention riven to the purchase of Merchandise and rrodnce on orders. The Commission for the purchase and sale of Troprty, at each rates aa may be adopted by the Bitara of Trade lrom time to time. m:bld FKK.MH, CIIILDS b CO, scccEfisoan to PKLIOJf, FRENCH A C0 . GKKER1L 'OIMirllS!I?!l AHD F0KWAKDIM MERCHANTS AND ' " Wholesale and Retail Dealers la fLOCB, GBAIN, FEED, PROVISIONS, SALT, WATt.lt lUKE, SC., iC. Agents for the sale of tbe celebrated "Akron City" and "Akron JEtna ffills"Flonr, All thi different brands of which , tpiwtlwr with a general assortment of Ohio and Indiana Floor art constantly kept on hand, in Barrels, Half-barrel and Sacks. 1 OVIATT'H .CXCHANG", Foot of 8TJPB . BIOB STBBaTT, CLEVELAND, O. AGENTS FOB THE northern Transportation Company's Line oi &crew b -earners, To and from - 06PKSBBTJBG, GAPS V1N0EHT and OSWIGO A at tbe Akron Transportation Companj, Propertr promptly forwarded to Kew York. Bos- ton. and all points Bast and Wast, with diapatcb a ii 4 at th Lowest Bates of Freight. ibrongn contracts given to all tho principal towns in Kew England and New York. mch21:B tl. MTTIT. JOHM BOLLAMS FKTTIT A HOLLOS, (Successors to M alone. Pettit A Go., late Hnssei A M-.Brfde.) PRODI CK t:01HMI9SI0r AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOB THE take Superior line of Steamers and iTopeliers. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 127 X 129 RIVER STREET. CLEVELAND, OHIO. The most strict personal attention paid to the ailing of all orders. - Liberal caB advances made on consignments. nv We keep constantly on hand the choicest brands of Ohio and Indiana Floor, Pork, Grain, Ac, for sale on Commission. Iealers in Carbon and Lubricating Oils, alt. Watsr Lime, Batter (Theeso, Lard, Hams, aad all kinds ofOonntrv Produce, Janl J. (8. 8IKK0KS A CO Produce Commission Merchants, 80 MIRWIN ST., CLEVELAND, O. rorthaaalaet rLOTJB, GRAIN, POBK, BUTTER, 160. LARD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DRIED FRUIT, Ac, e. rartk-n.ar attention nsa si tag Marsfor saca articles aa a can be obtained in this market. . stmnttwa. CJon7:a4aj .... mc najftno SPRA5KLX k B05, FORWARDING PRODCCE AK - - GENKSAL Cf33rifIKiION MERl'HAIMTS. And dealers in Grskln, Flemr, Pro via I nm. Suit, Water Jinn, eaa natter, Vmr&i dke. BaTins sarohaeod tho interest of A. Barsert. In the Arm of Snmnkl A Bargert, tbe sndersign ed will carry oa th a bore boaineaa at their old tsaod, Sofl. 8T aad 69 Merwin atreet, RleTelasd, O. Lfioerai anTmnoea maoo on conairnmenis. ap6:X4 - - . . &PBA&T&LB A SON. t.T. uarn. S. T. IlSSTJCS A CO- .. BTOBAGE AND Prodncc ConimlssloBlIerCaUiHis. ' - Was. Is Anil AO Klwars. KtMsat ' r-OLETBTjAJTD O . . . ...... MEDICAL. JQQ D0LUBS rKKMiCK I SEMINAL WEAKNESS, OR SFKMATIQKK3fA, GLKKT, Jt AND Impotency. C; red, A niB ALL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS, Formerly of New Yrk Oity. will twy one hnndred doltarfllirrltiercof trtatlieererfailHto core the above namwj tiiAisxrii. Me will pay tbe flame snm for tbe aruof fiivl sny other Phyaffian in the United States treats tliessme diseases with e-iaal ftneceas. Aftrmany ynarsot baixrKu stal7 sod ezmrfenco Buiortnnate, tuat u nas f -i ircuH. a jwiu i taent lor Trim SPCEI1V AND PTCKMAflRNT OTKR it the above, a:id t!co all comtiilnos divises of the Keproflcrttre Orpnft, with all bad affects aris.ug wereirom, tnclantng Qeneral TUtdU, TT OH NICRVOI'S prostration. BShviw'icel--d inrnrir." r-.it. It. is city, soms of wbo'ti h. expended Imn-lrcln ut dollars with alf- tyled Bbrdcians, who pntiW lo trail all Pit.-t KAlali' :th .r.cc?, and wttnoat reccina ta leit pMrtlrlfi of brcfit. Dr. (Jit-'Du dos n)t lKtit tii.tt be Is a memt-sr of snmnOolri ia Lniidon or Paris, niperbapJ aUM otliertdo tor tri purpofte of eiinarin5 the Inoeoerit, sod who lic-ld ont sTreat eipic-,t'i,-i. nt-Tr to ba beta aMe to jnTeentire niti!aiiir to thoue whn rs soae vonndenc" in his ability and iutefnrity, and that rrvini". n t suat L'l . m . ji I-ri i, si-is "i iw aiin. be ht Ekt'rfrx:tod an Aaieric.A srnirtn vi iret!Hftit which ch:Oiwnewi any riimician Ifition or I'atis. tt any r-ter.t medicine, to cin-l forihe radirftrrFo of seminal weakneeii, and ell disc or deranira tnent. botn nirMitai ana wireicai. arims uom sexu al or fwret abune. Pr. (ribtion alro ciatmii for lna new treatment tn to! low ids adv antaccs over all others yet iiscoreretl. And. flret. the afii-L'U ni are in bo ioecbi diai- acrrral.o; It DfrPht no rWlcjtof the dark aces, inch as nerenry, or any outer 4."ieurioari aine ; eecondif, no riMtrictton iu diet or businc is reauired: third. bistrrUmHit iKOwtiVt and c-"rtam In all cisea. Do Ian Is prepared to co into any pnmic or rrite tionpital in tbe tlnltod States, f.ml dtntocilrate the tmoirD anperiority of his r."w trt-wm'ot orer any other now known in the world. In point of promr. em". prmanenjy. miMneJis, saifty and ctimenienoe to th" patient. lr. Uihnon la porntaueully located In Clerdand, sndhan tlurine the pvt ftvrt Twri rrlormeil mnny cures of (.ivcasos which bd for yeara resinted ail othr merles oi trealm8t. K.iti"ema "An he civet Ho6ti-.ii. Nw York and ctli-r citim, in rezard to skill and intsTtity ui all protiont tr-atnom. i s'iii:i. lihfmntiniii. r-To'iiia. ail diHoasuu of tb Uni:tr Orean-, and atl Cli route Diaeai.es treated with unperior aoec.es. ssMi.a.:?- -nt to any pait of Via country, en ro:iptof tn doliarsj. Dr. Oil-son 'a uw woik on rhysirlvj for sale at ttomoo, DR. U11IMIK, PBorrswu'R or KnecTn'iPitTnT akp Hrmoini. Oftlce H'j Seneca street, a ffw doors from Soperior, tie !riir. ocnoBite 'itr IIot-1- aw"(lhw iioura fn-ni u,'12 !.iidfr-ni3 to f-o'ch,. SUNDRIES. attention ! FARMERS, CARDNERS, CARBON OIL REFINERS, DRUCCISTS, MECHANICS, Furniture Manufacturers & Dealers, HARNESS MAKERS, CISTERN BUILDERS, MASONS, And the pnblic general!). The eut'scllt jr keeps cuutantlj en baud, atLla Warerooms, So. ;il Merwin Street, LL;Va;i, i.X5, OHIO, GONE DUST, PLASTER PRIS, AND WATER LIME. SAND PAPER, NEATS FOOT OIL, And curled hair tcr Settees, Sofas & Siat.rasses. CATTLE HORNS, Mue of all KliHlsaiuI qualities, Aai eTerrthiu; in tiit n.f of trade. Don't forget M Mer.io strt i, ae it will be foi oariuteret tn jiuiibMHe oi brst hands, and hare int one profit to par. COUNTRI ORDERS SOLICIUO t FROMPLt FILLIO TERHS CASH. V Second-hand Flo . I ! - alt ImTt i !, a! ways wanled. mr-2:R12 POEMS. 1 l'8T PUBLISHED BY D. APrLETOS tl ft CO., NEW YORK., A THIRD EDITION OF MOUNT VERNON, AND OTHER POEMS, BY HABVE7 BICE. 12mo, Pp- price S1,Sj. The vcluine contains more genuine poetry than score of much greater pretentions., which we have MX it our duty to examine. .National Quar terly Review. It give iitterancs to noble and pure aentimenta and betrays the poet's eye for tiie niyateri-a iw well as tbe beamier or nature." JNew lort bran- gel 1st. we comment tt tor ihe many one poems it conta-nn." Home Jounal. Copies aeut, post-paid, by mail, on receipt ot price. For sale hy jHne't:cjj I IN (i H A H X ' levetniv!, o. NOTICES. "VTOIK'K. Jerome Monroe was ad- X 1 nilted as a partner in our honee, datintr June tHh, lwis. GKOKGKSI'liAQUItai.'O. t'lereiand, O , Jnne 7th, lw. June8::ti4 DISSOI-ITIO.V. The eo-partnership heretofore existing under the namcofGro. oragne A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Jerome Monroe and Henry A. Bherwfn withdrawing. All claims due the company are payable to Gfo. S.Tague, and all cUime agaiiwt the company are to be paid by him. The business win dm continued as beretoioro under tne same name at earn place. I.H,mU,K et'HA'il B, JEROME MONRO B. HENBY A. bHKUWlN. Cleveland, O., June ft b, 1H.. june6::tiil REFRICERATORS. REFRIGERATORS, Ac. ELEVEN U1FFEKENT SIZES AND patterns, including Schooly's Celebrated Iceberg. JEWET'S PALACE, With tbe American Patent Ventilation applied and other styles, for aale cheap tor cash at niann- lecturers prices. Also Water Coolers and Mater Filters. ICE PITCHERS, All sixes, suitable for store or house nae, and Torrey's 4 Minute ICE CREAM FREEZERS ! From two to twenty quarts. Bird Cngres, IIone Fnrnisbtnsj Goods, For sale at the well-known Store and Grate Em poriumof W. L. MARTIN, mayl'-'-:8 Ko. 60 Public Sinar. Clereland, O. SAFES AND SCALES. Forsyth's Scales! Warranted U. S. Standard. OVER ISO varieties adapted to every bnaineee. Also, FOBSYTHS' COPYING PBESSES Warehouse Tracks & Sugar Mills, And MARVIH'S PATKST (Alum and Dry rlaster) Eire, Barjlar and Damp Proof SAFES! For Banks. Merchants. Ao. Also elegant HOTTRE SAFES ia styles of fnmitnre, for Plate and Jew alra. . BSYTH A WKTLAKB, 87 Water Htreet. S CALKS AKD 8AFKS BKPAIEKD. We have ootnpetent moobanios la ear emplej for thepnrpoae of repairing aad are prepared to do all kioda of work ia onr Hoe on abort notice and reaooevble terms. All work warranted. FOBSYTH A WE5TLAKE, qeaeral aaentafor Forsxu aBcalesaadmarvins Aaiea. ST Wster street. or7 TVOBT HASDLB TABLE CCILKKT. I 1 ice lot last received ; Oarrers and Steela. Dining and Desert Knives, at reduced prices. mayis uuwlki a .; . weoou tionae. iA VARIETIES OF LADIES' Cv Purees and Port monies at greatly redused prioes at ClTliKRT At OO W LIS', V " trreatly redncod prices at majlA . r- I H m R. F. P m 7 LOOK OUT For the new Patent MOP WKINGER, Companion to the lothes Wringer! See JrKTiptiv Atl vrrtts?Dient ii neit rif.inruns lcaUer. T- vn anH'otintT Biht t-r P.ile. jneS:.-i-J I STOVES. THE EW HOME CUMF0RT COOKING STOVE! Has a better 0 vt n tban an j other Stove IT CONSUMES WOOD OB GOAL, And is OU1CKRB IN OPERATION than any other Stove. It is made with Water-Back, or with Bfnervotr, or without either. We have also for sale all the newest and most approved styles of arlor, as well as Cooking Stoves FOR WOOD OR COAL. ALSO Marblt'l.ed Slate Mantle Pieces and Dodge's Patent Enameled Grates, FARMER'S TOOLS, HOI'NE FCRMSIIIXG GOODS, RF.FKIGKRATOKS, COOLERS, KEOZIK'S FILTERS, ORRY'S FOI RMIM TE H E (BEAU FREEZERS, BIRD CAGES. We manufacture aH varieties of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, At the well known Stovo and Grate Emporium of W. L. MARVIN, No. 50 Fnhlie Kqnnrr. Month Side S'levclnnil, Oblo. myrj::04-IW AGRICULTURAL. A TTKJfTlOJT ! FAKMRRS 6 CARI1- XIlNKES. Tlie BEST and CHEAPEST PLOWS Id ia this market are those manufactured by TounglOTC, Mnssey & Co. For sale in great variety at TIIE CLEVELAND AGRICULTURAL WORKS. mar:tf::t2t No. 39 Centre street. CULTIVATORS AXD SHOVEL PLOWS made in the best mannnr, and with BTXEL TKKTH, of the mat approved form. Manufactured and for sal by Younglove, Masscy & Co., roarS 1:326 No. 39 Centre street' K0.V L4WNAXD tAKDEX ROLLERS. One of thcee valuable Implements should be owned byeverv person having a LAWN to keep in order, and by every GAUD NEB. JalaMle and sold oy tounsiove. M.issfv Co.. Proprietors of the Cleveland Agricultarai Workv. FTllIK BUST HOtVIfffl MACHI5K, HORSE UA K ES, HAY FORKS, and ail other Agricultural Implements are made at the CLEYEI AGBK'ULTDBAL WORKS. mar.1:3 r. W Center street FURNISHING COODS. SHIRT FACTORY A. KEl'PNE.1. ! Mans fact u rex of FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS, And Dealer in Men's f'urnlglilngr Goods! Mo. 41 PARK BllLDIXU. (Oa I'libllc SHinarp, Metweeis Conrl Honse and Stone C'barch, lostumc Shirts Made to Order. CUSTOMERS SHOULD NOT DE- J LAY iu sending in their ord- By attend log to this suggestion they will prevent hnrry and crowdinir, aud everythitijr will be more satieiacto- ry. Outsi'le cuatomera sboatd bear In mind that they can measure themselves ana senaoraers tor Shirts at whatever distance from Cleveland, bend for a circular giving fr1 - for measure. meot, Ac. tr2d:RU COAL. A. G. SMITH, P KALE a IS Roberts and Massillon Lump, Not and Slack Coals, BEST I. MARKET 1'OR COOKISfe. 8INOLI TON, CAB LOAD, CARGO. Office and lard 71 and ,0 Water St., CLEVELAND, OHIO. mny!7 A.VDRKWS, HITCHCOCK a. 10 D KALE BS IS BRIAR HILL COAL! C. H. ASPBrWS, W. J. HITCHCOCK, W. C ABDBEWB, W. J. HCKINHIH. IAS Johnson's Marine Block, RIVKB STREET, CLtVlAAJ.I. OHIO. I febI3:R12 ALLKX J0XK8, Whcleaale aad Betall Dealer la Strip Teln, Columbiana and Chippewa COALS. GtSce on 7. A P. B. B. Pier. Also, Office and Yard at luclid atreet B. B. crossing. Goa of aa Excellent Quality for STEAM, GAS, G&ATKS, 8TOTI8, Office or Honse Use. Also, AHTHBAG1TB GOAL la larre or small quantities. Orders respectftlly solicited and prompt It et- lenaea to. vxmu ior smiuiing aep. constant 13 antly 01 t1S:RS nann. xrm ran mavi PROPOSALS. PB0F0SAL8 JT0R BUILDING. THE VESTRY OP ST. JOHN'S Parish will receivs proposals for rebeJlding and repairing their Uiurch, recently destroyed by lire) 'or one week from date, at tbe oftlce of Cuya hoga siteara Furnace Company, wbere plana and specifications may be swn. B sliders are invited to send in pajopoaala. By tder. Jane 4, loM Jnj0:323 I ' DRY COODS. E. R. GRISWOLD:Sr CO. ill SIPEBIOB STREET, Have opened a beautiful assortment of Luce Collars ! Lace Handkerchiefs Embroidered IlandkcrchTs Cambric Edgings I Cambric Insertions ! Swiss Edgings Swiss Insertions! Hamburg Edgings 1 Hamburg Insertions ! PARASOLS. t. R. GRISWOLU IU., junell VI7 SCrERIOB STREET. NEW DRESS GOODS. J. M. DOWER & CO., 121 Onlario-si,, ARE DAILT RECEIVING NEW Bl'MKIB DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS SILKS OUR BILK DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE. ALS9 SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. OLE STOCK OF . LIXEX COLLARS, UXES SLEEVES. LlXEiH SETS, 1, not excelled in this market. Also full line of HOSIERY and SILK GLOVES. Also full Una ALEXANDER KID GLOVES, at JuneS 124 Ontario at. Crumb,Basiington & Kendall HOSIERY. VERY FIN I LINK Ladies White Cotton Hose, Ladies Brown do do Ladies Lace Hose. Misses Bleached and Brown, all cites. Misses Fancy Hose. Rovt. Hftlf Hose, verv cheap. Ladies Blbbud and Plain White Cotton Hose at Birgains. jnnerl B A K.t UDIES DRESS GOODS, 160 Superior Street, .Opposite Weddell Honse.) M. & M. K. Sutlift Will upn oa Friday, June 1, '66, A full and complete asaortmrnt of LADIES' DRESS GOODS ! Purchased before the recent rise in tbe market, consisting of Lawns, Scotch Ginghams, All Wool Delaines, Challie Mohair, Leno Mohair, Cheeck Mohair, Alpacas all colors, Can ton Cloth, Organ dies. Striped and Plain Grenadines, Or gandie Kooes, All me new siyies American Prints, French Prints, Jaconetts, Bril liants, Figured Mozambiqnes Chambra, all colors and prices. Alio, on aams day, a large and elegant line of Summer Shawls, Parasols and Sun Shades. UloaK sera ana inm mings, Mourning Goods, in great variety, Empress Trail Skirts Tlieee cood" are all mw ; ther were purchased Wlinin ine uBt im '" - " - - latest styles at extraordinary low .rices. mayoi - SELBY,BR0WN&PE1RS0i Are receiving daily chiice and elegant Btjleool spring anu summer D1S ESS GOODS ! Wnlch we offer at nnprecented low prices. Our SHAWL DEPARTMENT Ia replete with all the choicest atyles of the sea- aoa. vail ana see toen. San Umbrellas and Parasols! We offer a select aad f arled assortment. MARSEILLES QUILTS, LACE CURTAINS ! A full stock. HOOP SKIRTS, BRADLEY'S ! They recommend themselves. Kid Gloves at one dollar a splendid article. PRINTS! PRINTS! Kew and desirable patterns. Oa r Domestic Department is full of the choicest brands of Bleached and Brown Cottons, Drills and Jeans, Ticks and Denims, Stripes and Checks. Call and pnrchase your DBT GOODS at low price, of flBLBY, BfiOWN A PKABSON, mayi uuwuv .am. Opening of Spring Cloaks AT HsT.Hower&Co's Now ready all the latest novelties la Spring Garments! Orders received and promptly executed. Just received a fall stock of WHITE GOODS AND Housekeeping GoodU ! ALSO, choice stock of of NOTTINGHAM LACI and MUSLIN CURTAINS, with DRY GOODS of all kinds, on tbe corner. H. T. HOWER TO, apt 230 fjCFERIOB STREET. KACFJIA-V & BBO, Skirt and Corset Manufacturers! REMOVED TO 312 STJPKBIOB STBEET, next to Second Presbyterian Church. Their store baa been newly fitted ap, with all the convenience and facilities to suit cue. tomers. We ask the attention of our frlenda and customers to call and fee oar new star, i opeains; on Thursday, 10th of May. may BH Next to 2d Presbyterian Chnrch. DYEING. rSKOEBICK CXKIAI, Trench and Taney Steam Dye WorkS and Oleantauj aWtabHshment, Belriders Sans, int UMTauao, ad S Heoec straaa. Omoa 104 Benaca streei, uiereianu, v. r tn make this the BEST DYE-HOUSE IB THE WEST, and shall spara no effort to five amtla- aetlon. . " I sal) the especial atl.ntln!:l f OentlenMa to tas . ISJPBOVED T&XJUa STYLE , aiiMaiai... wfaiflui ofwaoVip Saiiasssl i dry .bobs. For Sprias,sndLaiamer.!ala$ .' ' !l all news tyiai (. U ' J. H. tEWITT at CO., ' 7 'and II PaMte B,uare. LACE MINTLE8, Lace Point, and Clrcnlai a ia Beat Thread Ponaia and Preach Laws I it redaced prioes. . DRESS SILKS, J. H. DlWITT SO., at. .losiu . SUks and Dress Goods at wry low Sure.. LADIES' MANTLES, J, H. Pi WITT A CO., tare prepared to slww in alocJt and make to ord'r all prevailing styles of badm' uarmenis ia oik. ujoib ana sammec Gootisi. jnnev Ford & Wagner! Con tentpTa ting a removal of their place of boaineas nava iiu 'j snaraea aowsi our eat ire stock. Please call aad ex amine onr HOSIERY MD GLOVES! Kids at 75cta per Pair, Table Linen Cheap. Toweling, Bird's Eye Linen' We make LINENS a speciality, and caa undersell any nonse la this city. j Jaconets, - Nainsoeks. owIbo oiiirrea mnsiin, rt t tni. i a msT Tucked MTislin. A saw kiad of Goods (or WHITE WAISTS AT i Fordt&Wagner'sj 16 Pl'BLIC (QUA RE. Hid Gloves ! Only tocts Per Pair. II goods marked In PT.ATN FIGURES and at xiuw xiui.'ava. Velvet Ribbons in all Colors. We will fell our roods at reduced prices for tbe next twenty daya, in order to reduce our stock before removinc aur place of business. Give as i call oa your way down atreet. ; Marseilles TrLmmlng, . Baffling of alt kinds at FORD & WAGNER'S, 16 Public Square. juue7 E. I. BALDWIN & CO. Will open oa Wednesdays June 6th, extraordinary argaina in i SILK C O O D S ! ' i Checked Glad. Silks at J1.00. Flaid Oiacia uiika at !.'. Plain Poult de Sole at 11 .no, Chene Poniard Bilka at il. Blaak Croquet Bllke at (1.00. . Iteppoa wroa a xccosae a, , Corded Sensed Silks at 2.0. Cbaaselaon Bepped at 12.00 juneS E. I. BALDWIN A CO; r kst bibgains or thk biabov. mm AH assorcmen in r i lainu, naiw hjuiibiip, verv fashionable for dresses, at only 60 cents a yard. This is about one-naif the general pricOof milsr goods. Also, gooa quality Brecaae Aipac i. onlv 60 cents a Yard, with a splendwl stock of summer Dress uoooa, wnicn i posiuveiy annonnce II be sold at lower price tban caa be parcnaseo any other house ia tbeeity. 8. HYMAN, jnneS Corner Superior -at. and Pnblio gqnare. , BUCK SILKS. I havts Just received a splendid assortment of the best qualities of Mantle and Dress Silks. These goods were par- chased at tho lowest point of tha season, which , enables me to sell them at very low prices. Per- j sona wishics: to purchase good and clveap Black Silks, will save money by calling at D. I nan o . neap try wfomm score. Hy store will be opened every Batarday eveninc from sundown till 10 o'clock. junea B. g. 000 lbs Carpet Warp, 2000 doz.HOSE AND GLOVES, j : 100 gross Hedallon Dresa Bnttoas, Just recsiTad. - K. BALLS A CO., - niay'Jft 17 Water street. JUST OPENED j AT i . I .P. SHERWOOD'S I : White & Black Crape Moretz, Two Tarda Wide.; White and Black Berages, Two Tarda Wide. ' A Large AasorltncBt f RENADIAE DRESS GOODS, LACK j. wen popllns. i Paisley Shawls, " BLACK; AND.SCARLET, arasols & Sun Umbrellas, BOX TOX HOOP SKIRTS, All Sixes. A CHOICE LOT OP ; Nottingham Lace Curtains, Jaat Becclved Blew Fattens.. SILZIS! i Our Silk Department Comprises all THE LATEST STYLES Of SILKS, which, for QFALITT, BTTLB AHD PBICE, CANNOT BE 8CBPA88ID. I. P. SHERWOOD, mayM 242 dk 844 gnriosslt. JUST OPENED ; AT Hower&Higbee's . :';;-:J ' LINEN COLLARS, LINEN SLEEVES, LINEN SETS, : j New ,t j Is. DONNA HIAKIASJ xa ; Blue, Lfireen,, Drab," Brown. , i Weara also osVrinf FrHncoisCdebntedlAUemard - a - " ' ! Kid Glovesj -l: - 'kl One" BoUar per Pair. "k t J If . ' , . INSURANCE. SECURITY IIFEIlTSTJEAHCi: and v.'-' ANNUITY COMPANY, BRANCH OFFICE: rOBEST CUT BLOCK. I KO. ITS SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVEIAND, OHIO. . . xa. vtvnr.nv w H TOME, txta'l Assn. - - TT!"... " STATEMENT OP THE CONDITIO of th.SEC'UBITT IKSUBAHOB AND aNNUlT V OSMfiNT ,h. a.. J.. -tMmw le, made so tb. Auditor of Ohio, paraaaat Ihe atatut. of that Slate. 111 aa UU7HS. , . uunp,qT c. Kae --mcaniy lh. at Jl Tine atrwt. New Kork. i. cariTAL. Tha amount of Its Capital Stock paid -r .. lit w in n. xssjrrs. Caab of the Company on hand.and in ta. Th. Bonds and stack, owned by the Com- naav. IT 11 1 in ..,. ,,. inuin.M racurea, premin ifmrMl hw .111.. I note. Sebta tor Srminni .235.TW 17 n,j3 n 13,268 73 All other aaenrUti Total AasoUof tbe Company 4 I Li- LI1UL1TICB. Joso-s adj anted and not dne....... fl9,T0O Tr. "uaxxj untcsj e.uuu Ail other claims against the Com Dan v. 3.791 29 TalsJ I.la,hiH, ..v. J m, .... si..WMM.,l., ..J,lflJ IT. MiacKLLAaanira- The Kreatost amount insured ia say one Pi.lT S. 1 A AM I Tbe amount of its capital or earnings "vww uj oDer oiaie, aa asa- l. I .1 w I luvrvtm , . XIOBO Tne Oharter, or Acs of Incorporation of wmtymmj, wipj two. Btati or New Ton. Cocarror hrw Joaa. f M Jtosort L (te. President and Isaac M. A ilea , Mcretary of tho Maturity Life Insuraaoa aad A, oity Coavaany. beina: severs! I p afllrMl dUsM. and say, that tho foregoing is a fall, trne n4 cor rect statement of the affaire of tha said Company, and that they are the above deacribed Officers thereof. ROBERT L. CAtfaL Prsaa. 1SAAU H. AI.I.KN pWw Bnbscribed and affirmed before me tins 29th day of Hay, lSttt. seal HANSON C. GIBSON,' Five Oat Stamp Notary Pablic OrricE or tbe Acditoe or Stats, OLrMair(. II . JntlAC 1AAK f It ta hereby certified, that the foregoing- is a oor- Ot OOOV Of ttf SAateas SMSiliMam ol la. (W.rilw Life 1 aaaraaca aad Annuity Company of Kew York, made to and lied ia thta efflc. for th wsu- lew. . . j Witaess my Hand and Seal ociallv. ' - calJ JJA9- B. OODM AK, Auditor ol BUU. CBRTiriCATK Ok AUTHORITY (To expire oa the aiat day of Jaauary, 1867.) urrica or the Arairoa or State, ") iMsvaaivcn DiPASTHUrr, J. - CoLmirs, Ohio. Jane d, 18d6. Whereas, the Securltv Life Insurance mnd Ah. BlItT Contnanv locttted al Vs Ynrk n iK. at. Kew York, haa tiled ia this office a aworn state ment of its oondition, as required by tho not 'To reputate insaranoe Companies not incorporated by the State of Oh'o." oaased AorilS. 1854.. svma amended FrbmaryS. ISM, and the act "To rego late Toreurn Inauranco Companies. passed April ft, 186a; and, tV'hareas said Company has famished the oitderaigndd satisfactory evitivneo taat it nossessed of aa acta at Capital of at least On Hundred and Fifty Thousand Do iters, iaveated aa required by said acts; and Wbereas, said Company has tiled hi this office a written Instrument nutter Ita corporate seal, aiirnjd bv the President &bA Secretary tbeceof, autborixing any agent or agenta nf said Company ia this State to ackaowledaa ear. vie of process, for and ia behalf of said Comaanv Bsccording to the terms of a Met act of April a, laoS. Now, therefore, In pu reuanoe of the acta aforeaaiti, I, James H. Oodmaa, Auditor of Stat for Ohio, do hereby oortiiy tiiat said 8crity Life Insoraa'- and Annuity Company of New York, is awtborized tn traasact the business of Life Inauranee ia this State, nnttl tbe thirty-first day of January, in tbe year One Thousand Cight Hundred and Sixty-seven. in witneee whereof, I bavo aereonto sub scribed my name, aad caased tbe seal of my office to be afiixed, the day and year above written. (Seal (Stamp. JAMBS M. GOD MAN, Auditor of Stat. NEWBEKRV 4k TOME. AsrMtsa. jun9 178 Superior rft.. Cleveland, O. CONTINENTAL Life iDsnrancc Compsaj, Of llartford. Conn. JOETX S. RICE. Pmldnt. " SAJiUEli E. EI.XO&E. Hcereaaurr. B. G. II. Buntinton, Gen Asent. Cr.KTar.Aien nnm . -.... w Rvnisa policy I. a raiiaoi. company, or to aet M agenta at a liberal aompeaaa tion. wUi call or address the agent by letter. JoT LD, HUDSON, General Fire, Marine and Life insarance Agent. Offlos, Orlatt's Kxcbajig fiwt Bnperlor Street, CLEVELAND, OHIO. Bstbdsbhts re a lotuan. oosrrajrras x Sncfceya alntnal Ins. Co., CaaTalaad. Assets. vjuhi, i.irv mu ., , , i61,oxa National Pir. A Marine, .( Boetoa. Maaa. 70a.ooa Franklin Fire A Marine, of Cincinnati-.- atiu.OOO Market Pire Ins. Co.. Now York 414.73. Norwich lira Ins., Co.. Nerwicn, Ooaa., 186,M4 New York Life " New York 5,000,000 United States Aoeident Ine. Co., gyra- euae, a. a SUO.OOn BS.SS4.TK losses Promptly idjnuted and Paid. Partlenlar attention (ieea to tb. adinstnmt tt Marine Lose.. ' L. 1. HUDSON. Agent and Adinater. flapt. O. A. gaaoaxa. Marine Inepeetor. apx7B BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS. COX? ANT. rXKEABTO If ARISE. Capital.. ..S20,0O. Prollts dided in Cash to the Stock aad Police holders. Thirty per cent. Caea Prridead paid on meearnea prenunsss Ol .11 fartlclpaunE roildea for year ldoA. Takes Marine Hazards of all Kinds; Fire Bisks on Baildinn. Merchandise. Fnrnitnr. Vessela ia Port, an4 tb. batter claaa of riaka nan. orally UISH.TOU: Wm. Hart, W. T. Walker, i. H. ChamberUal P. Chamberlla, F. W. Palton, C. A. Gardner, Amaea oionejr.l. li. Hndson, a. w. rreacn, B. Pelton, at. L. WUlard. Office, Ovl.lf. Exekan,., foot Sape nwra. iieveiana, s. WM. HAST. Prssident. L. D. HUDSON. Secretary. CAPT. O. A. OABSNES, Marina Iaipsstor. ap7:BH . THE Mntiial Life kssrancelo. OF NEW YORK. VBKOXEICK S. wrSSTOX, PresldenL CASH ASSE1V. JTEB. 1, 1866, $14,885,278.88. Haa Sarpaaa.al all aber AsMS-leaa Ufa Insaraaee dsapaavlea la Amoont of Isscts, all Cash; In tne Saperlor Cnancter aad Safety of its InTestaients; Ia Imoaat of laaial Iacome, al . Casb; Ia tbe lotonnt of Dividends Peclared Tne Dividends being larger la amoaat and la proportion to rremlnms paid Ibaa baa beea declared bj aaj otb er life Insarance Company. For Agencies In Ohio or for Pa.pnMs and .1 cnlara with fall particnlars, apply to JOHN 6. JENNINGS, S3EJHEBA1. ASEJIT. apll J. MATHEWS, irtrt, Akron, 0 8C1V IXStTRAXCX: COMPACT, FIRM AMD MARINE. Offlce Ko. 1,8 Saprlor-9t., Cleveland. CapHal S'O,0w.t, Fally reprawmted by Flrat-Claas Standard Securities. BLBaCTOBS. atlllman Witt, John F. Warner, ' Jam. Mason, ' Booert Hanna. B. I. Baldwin, Henry Harvey, H. M. Chapin, 0. A. Brooke. W. H. Price, ' i. T. SoUaox, ' Oao. Worthinstoa. t r",. STILLMAH WITT, Praaideat. , v H. M. CHAPIN. T. Preaident, . 0. BOPSE, Secretary. maraftBS SALESMEN WANTED TXlinaiJEEOUS VILLAGES AND CHiea-io tfrs Cnited Btatea. fapeiieooed bus inan mrt pretjrjayiv capable of earning from f IUOO feiX-ii per year, yet a few will be accepted, hav lag hart no ejtpgrienoa as salesmen or book-keepera wortJiy, nd well eaiiaod to asiif" arst-clasa tBsiweaa ralataoaj. . Apply rtW tioirallTer by letter, stating age, pretoas ftDalneaa pwrsatts, satistaotory remnnec attosjs Ao. dasalareaces required. . W. AtfBRIDOK, Over No. M, Southwest corner Pnblio Square, may 11:31 Ctevelapd. Ohio. PATENT OFFICE AGENCY fsiTM smia A3 a roKtioi PATE5T CFFICl, 1SOCT 50. 18 Banket, Cleveland, 0. Weare asipatil tosranaaat tasfana, of arcs' SMariptin relMUi to Intentions. Drawings, Oa aaaoimoaiaiaa, swmhs innmyMiw, mam th. Patent lawn- IlLW Altors ars aw FsHa-.