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HOOP SKIRTS.
-ISAAC J. FRANK
. Ibntium af aaa Baalsr ia
HOOP SKIRTS
,. AND CORSETS,
I, m Snperlor stmt, nndcr the
Johnson Monte.
head aa avt..lTe worinnt of latest
fee end MtMlii V. blel. dealers m be
f pKst at Im tbaa Nrw 1 ui k mart rttrt.
aar kkirt. Mdi tm order .. eaorteat aotioa.
saayl:U
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BAH1. UUISK OF
JAY COOKE & CO.,
Corner Wall Jb Xaftftii-sts., H I.
IN CONNECTION "WITH OUR
A. hommm in Pui.ae4,pr;ia and U Mhiof to, we
aTotxfaJ VEW YORK HOUSE at tbovo lo-
ertoa, u4 offer otir eervkes te Bank.. Bankers,
And laveetora for the transact ioa of tbir basinese
ta this dlf, mIds parcfatwe ma4 eelre a Oov
luaiiT SBCvnTiu, fivocae. Bomb, ahd Gold.
?A"e are coMUftlf repraMBl4 at tbe Stock a.x
hu aad OcM Board, aan trr seat m are
.proseBtlj tiled. We kerp oa kand a fail sapplj of
ClT?rBDirt Bcrltl W 11 Inmch.
tmyiBg mad selling at etnwii prfees, and allowing
oomtpowkata Um Bavoat liberal ratee the Market
affords. JAT OOOKI CO.
BU 10-Rlft-DalVTenat
DEAD HEAD ,
r ta other words, hada whoae 'e glorif
Withered and VTbUeaed,
a as fcw " V rfectatbed with all their
TUlTHIlit ATIKACriAKB,
7 iss PTcmtkMl of that woaderfal talisman
'x-BleTABOBO-8 HAIB DTB,
Oriirt, ,b.tm aad aaoaataches, ladies' carls
- '.to which the .Bow oX age baa areata! aralj drlft-
a, aad rod, sandy, or whttey-browa hair, receive,
: a If by hMjrlc, therareat ahadeeaf Hack or brows
frost thi. karaa.. hotaaJcal bah? darkeaer, man
. aatand bf J. CeVlsTACOBO, Aster Hma,
Now York. Sola bf Draggtete. Applied by all
Hair In tmi re. aieytO:R1fi..T. W-m1
A bISULK BOX OF BRAND
BKTH'B FILLS coaiaia. mora Ti-tabf extras-
tire a.attart haa twenty bosea of any pflla ta the
rM bealaW; ifty-ira hvblred phjaiciam ate
tbeei ta their p-actlce to the exdmioa of other
ttrgatiTea. The firat letter f tbetr valae la yet
careely appreciated. Wbea they ara tvetrer
kmH, aaddea dmtk and eontlnaed atraajna will
beef the paet. Let tnoee wh know th-ni apeak
rtcht eat ta th-lr faror. It la a dnty which will
safe life.
Our race ia eatyect to a redundancy of vitiated
tte at U.ta aeaaoa, and it ta aa daa(roo aa It ta
prevalent; bat Brand ret ha IMUe afford aa taval
vabte and tfldeat protection. By tbnr oecaeton
1 aaewe preTent the cotlectioo of tboee imparl
ttea which, whn la anffiaaent aaatitlea, oaaee ae
Bach danger to the body 'a health. They eoon cure
Liver Ceaaplaiat, Pyeovpel, Loea Appettts,
Tain in the Head. HVartbarn. Pain la the Brea
bone. Baddy taintneei and OoatiTenese. bold by
all reapectalile drira ta aleaiciBea.
atay 10: Bl 6: Del Weod 1
8k- DUTCHKRS LIGHTNING
FLT-EILLER aaakeaaakk work with fltea. and
if eoaiBMttCed early, keeps the honae clear all
Look oat for imitation.
Get Pntcber'a only.
EjiriUIL06xUY Oif M AKK1 AGS.
The Proprietor of t r Kew York Haaenn of Ant
ea; have determined, regard) of expewee, to ia
ane free (for the beaf't of aafferief: hari&taity, and
nppreeeton of aaackory) tbar of tfiir moat later
aatinc ad inetractive bectar-a on Marria-e and
fta Pieonaliacatio-aa. Mervr& and Phyaical Pet il
ty, Prematare deoUa of Manhood, Indigeatlon.
fc riakneaa or lprbMkn, Impotency, Loa of Ener
fyamd M-mlj tower; the Great Social Evil, and
boa Maladies which reaalt from yottthfnl .bitten,
weeaaea of matarity. aaa ironiei et rnyiioiocj
aae lawa off nature.
The InvainaMe Lecteme been the mea
fenltarhtenias and aaTlna; thoaeanda. and will
aresainfr 8 ilTrVftV, New Tork Mnaenm of
maatomy aam MediciDe, CIS Broadway, New Tork.
4ebl6K3
9&T M ARRIAGfi AND CELIBACY.
Aa Eeaay of Waralnc and Inatractioa for Yewa
Stea. Aleo, Diaeaaea and Abnees which proetraie
he vital powers, with tore means of relief. Sent
free of charire in sealed letter envelopes. Address
Ir. J. UKILLIN HO0GBT0H, Howard Aeeocia
tton, Philadelphia. Pa. Jane:3J8 OetW
IIUMIE1VELL,'S
TI LU T attempt te enamerate the
ItailTIf I manifold renlta of the Anodyne
APUIJi.. iB ciaa f Nenraljna, Headache,
1 " Tooth and Ear Ache Spinal Com
plainta, St. Tttna' Dnce, Hjvterla, Merrons De
fcilrty. Loss of Hies, Pain lb Mentmation, and
the moat reliable ttietonitila in my pneeeseioa, to
which all ara twetted t mepeot, wonM exhanat
time and patiea-oe, and wbwh a eonfldeno to test
vol frtauy justify
Asthma,
flow oclarod poroly a aenroaa ooa.laat, hi aw
frctly rieTMl la ni'Mtt Tiolnt attax-kp wUh wi of
36 to 4 oropa oh half hoar. BoMof aad aloep
Will follow tbe an-ond or thirl oo,r.
a. gold by all Whorasalo ud detail Ooalara la
MoUiciM.
Jeka L. Baaaeirell, Proprietor,
Pnrtical Chfuiiit,
wcl:dA..wi t fjuwprclal Wharf. Botto., Wai..
BIMEDT. Dr. i. W. Polaod'l WhlU Piao Coal
onad, ia mom offend to tha adlctad throojaoat
tha trautry, after haria( hecw prurod by tho toat
of alow yiwra, fk Ih. Mow BnglMrd Staioo, whore
Ma aMillfa havo IwiftaM wU kaowa aa tba tra.
droa which, ia part. It 4orWaa tta Tlrtaao. Tb.
WhttoTta. Ouaaatwnd cmrol Bar. Throat, Ootds,
Cnra, Dlhthorla, Broachltia, 8pUUn( of Blood,
wd Falaioaary AOctloaa (oa.rally. It hi a ro
MUrkablo haMdy for fcldaoy OoaiplalaU, Piabo.
In. DiScaity of Voiding Urtaa, Bloodiaf froai tho
Kidrmyo aad Bladdar, OreTtd, aad mom aoai
ralata. 0!to It a trial If yow woald loar tao oateo of a
ood aad tried Modlcraa, It te ai
aoid by Drauhhi aad DeaWn
tUly.
B0. W. BWBTT M. P., PToprXor.
Boatoa, Haea.
BIHTOW, MTBRS A CAIIBLV, Aad BTB0M0
A ABHRTBONw, Aml. ImM )O w
MjrTUK BKLDA.li CHAMBER. An
Baey ef Wanaui and laMraetiow ter loaaf Boa.
A loo, aow aad reMahta traatunt tor IMeoaaoi at
ho Ofiaary aad laml gym mm. Boat troa ta
aealed oandoaet. Addron Dr. 1. Sklllla Boaxhtoa,
Bow.rd AfohUt. Phiholphla. Pa. BIT B-H4.
be
on
STOVES.
TBI KEW HOXK COMFORT
COOKING STOVE!
a a artier Oti a taaa njr other Stove
- ITOOMStTalCS WOOD OB COAL.
Aad la QriCKIB IH OPCRATI0N thaa any
othor (Hoto It M ao with Water-Bark, or with
Bi.'i loir, or withoat ettbor.
WokawaaiealoreaieBll tho Ktal Bad Boat
approved etpftai of
Parlor, is well as Cooklne Stoves
rOR WOOD OR COAL.
ALSO
Karalclse. BUto Xaatle Plfcet aad
aoflirt'i Patrat Baaneled Grates,
rABMF.K-S TOOLS,
Hot'HK riTaurismsci wMbs,
XCFaUWrIATtKA,
COOLIJU,
' KEBZI1T8 PTi.Tr.aw,
TOKB-rm roi'B JbJsitk ice cef-AH
raVEEZeSS. BIBJ CAE8.
Wa auaaiactara a'l Tartettea of
Tla. Copper aaa Sheet Iraa Ware,
At lb. wall kaowa Star. ed Orsta Beraerlaaiaf
- - - - W. Xa, BfAHVIS,
Ka. PehlX Sejant. " ?SM
Clwwaaaaaw. waia.
bjbtWtSM
of
36,
the
I
r
G
S
J
G
H
S.
fc
MILLINERY GOODS.
BONNETS AT REDUCED PK1UKS.
f A
W have ltviwy iao4 ow prions lor -
TRIMMED BONNETS,
FOB BABSAUS II
Millinery Goods
00 TO .
IBOBfiAK. BOOT et CO.
SEA SIDES!
J net received by
L. BENEDICT SON,
At '
a
C lr It r. POWELL, Book fiiadPT
n ua Blaak "oot Blaaa aeiarer, no. a. Dana
treat, Boom Bo. H Joaaao.'. Slock. Cleveland,
nu. Mamieea. Pariodlcala. Masic Books, etc ,
bound ea abort aottoa. VallaM aad Pocket Booka
a-ttona la plaia .ad araaaaental tip.. Albara.
rrpeirei. BlU Heeds aad Letter Sleeda got op I
DAILY LEADER
ror Mora. Kg fttmioi Hews see
otlside.
rr I. Teniae KdUIoa Kewi see
lQ8.dC.
THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1866.
CITY NEWS.
THE OLMSTED FALLS TRAGEDY.
THE CLOSE OF THE TESTIMONY.
Trial of Alexander McConncil for the
Murder of Rosa Colvin in Olmsted.
March 24th, 1866.
IVourtof Cjmmo rim. JMHJt tMlt pre
siding J
Por BTH DAT POE 0 fcSI!-
rareuant to atljurniueQt the court re
sunied tbe trial of Alexander McCooooU at
t o'clock Terterday mir. iog. C W. Palmer,
t)., ollored ;u defenM the affdaviU of
Xelan- Bmith, brclPCT'ln of the de
Icti'lant. p. njfidcnl of Fitzroj, who tostificd
te tho general good character of the defen
dant, and of Win. W. Figot testifying to hi
indiulry and general good character. Other
affidavits to tbe same effect, and to ahow
that the prisoner's object in coming here
waa te procure cniDlovraent, wero intro
duced by Mr. falnier, from Samuel Bell,
Samuel Stephenson and BeT. Alexander
Morria, all of Canada. Kelson Smith also
testified that he knew of tbe return of Mc
Connell and that he was without mono; to
defray the expenses of his trial. Til was
claimed by Colviii that abcut$lP0 had been
stolen from a trunk in his house at the
ime of the murder. Her.) This closed the
evidence for the defense.
E. J. O'Neil recalled by the Slate f.-r re-
buttine testimony 1 reside in Carrolton
county, C. W i know the prisoner; his rep
t'tattvn aaa law abiding citisen is not pnoa
knew ol McCuanell s detiartare trom Can
aca ; bad a conTersation with Dim: be said
then that he bad struck a man on the head
with a Btick of cordwoud and had to run
away from the oiScera of the province.
This conversation was in Fiuruy, some
weeks before the murder.
Cross-examined by Mr. Knight I have
beard of McConnell perhaps a hundred
times; heard once that he waacharged with
burning a church.
(Sheriff Jiicola recalled by tbe Btate lor
rebutting testimony I waa in Canada two
weeks; had a conversation with the pris
oner some where in which he said he had a
difficulty with a Canadian in a horse trade.
lor wbicb be bad to leave the country.
t raderick Davis recalled by Btata for re
butting teatiatony. 1 hare lived in Carrol
ton, C W., Id yeara; had a conversation with
McCtinneli in reference to why he left Cana
da, ile aaid he ha4 hit a man with a .tick
in a auarrcll, burtinc him badly, and had
run away; said his frienda had settled
tbe mailer.
Cross examined. It was on our way from
Fitsroy to Ottawa when we had the conver
sation. He said the man was one with
whom his brother-in-law traded a horse.
John O'Dell recalled by 6 tale. I had a
conversation with McConnell respecting the
cause ol his leaving Can aaa; asked aim il
he had not told that his reason for leaving
Canada waa because he had struck a man
with a stick of wood in Fitzroy. He replied
that be aaid so,and that it was true, but his
friends bad settled the matter. I have
heard McConnell's character much discus
sed. Ottawa has about 20, "M inhabitants;
Fitzroy ia a plaoe of only two or three
houses.
Cross-examined Had the conversation
with him in tbe sleigh on the way from
Filsroy to Ottawa.
This closed the testimony in the case.
Tha counsel obtained a recess of fifteen
minutes.
Mr. A. T. Slsde commenced the opening
argument for the State yesterday forenoon.
Mr. Knight will follow for the defense.
Mr. Palmer will close for the defense, and
followed by Mr. Castle, Prosecuting At
torney, in the closing argument for tbe
6tat. The arguments will probably be
concluded and the case given to the jury
about noon to-day.
We have carefully refrained from any
uncharitable remarks upon the prisoner's
probable guilt, content to await the issue,
believing that with learned counsel, a just
judge and M impartial jury will render a
righteous judgement.
Our report of th evidence has been quite
full, for, in our opinion, our readers who
wish to know anything of the matter, desire
the particulars. .
of
Thi Maaraairrs' Despatch. We men
tioned a few weeks sine, the prompt pay
ment of losses amounting to $2110,000, oc
casioned by the great hr in Detroit last
spring, by tha well and favorably known
Fast Freight Branch of the American Ex
press Company. Tha Company waa also a
heavy loser by the disastrous fire at De
troit on tha night of April 26th, and with
charr cteristie fairness and enterprise, it
has settled all claims arising thereon. The
Detroit Free Press has the following card in
regard to it :
Wa take pleasure in again calling at
tention to the acknowledgment, in another
column, of the promptness with which this
relisble bueioess compsny bave paid up
tneir losses at the recent disastrous lire at
the Detroit and Milwaukee Kailway depot,
tha 26th of April. Their loea on this oc
casion was something near $10,000, all of
which has been hsnded over to the suffer
bucn promptitude end completeness
a sale guarantee of the reliability of this
popular company."
The acknowledgment referred to is a
very handsome one, and contains the names
over forty prominent firms.
We take pleasure in publicly acknowledg-
nc the prompt pa mien t. from tbe Mer
chant's Despatch, ol the full emount of our
claims for loss caused bv the destruction, by
fire, of the G. W. and D. M. Depots, April
1666.
We endorse the sentiments expressed bv
losers at the Michigan Central fire last
Ootober, tbatM we most cheerfully recom
mend this old and reliable line to the mer
chants tbrouchout the west. Having pat
ronized the line for many years, we do not
hatitale to say, that for promptness to de-
tvery ol Ireicht and payment ol all lust
claims, it has no competitor."
Roeenfleld A Bros., I Kaufuiann,
Underwood, C A Co..
11 M Sunt,
Louis M Smit,
Thomas t isher,
Buhl A Co.,
Hera berg A Levy,
Duncan Bros ,
Wm B Howe,
J P Aspinail Co.,
W C Scrantnn,
Jes Lnwrie Son,
J H Worcester,
A James & Son,
Geo Kirbv,
G V N Lo'throp,
Geo E Curtiss,
J Karrer & Co..
Lsible A Wright,
B Pease A Son,
Lvon A Sullivan,
Bethschild Bro.,
Jacobson ft Co.,
Christisnson & Bush, George Darlfng.
A Cargill,
John J Bagley i Co.,
Arthur C Porter,
Doeltz A Bro.,
tiodirey, 1J A Co.,
Fred C Bloome,
Fred Stearns,
H C Johnson,
Greening A Co.
rdward Orr,
Heavenrick Bros .
Farrand, S k Co.,
Freed man A Bros, Moore 4 Park,
n Smith, Geo aloe.
Munford A Co.,
Such promptness on the part of tha com
pany must be extremely gratifying to its
numerous patrons, and mast give the pub
lie entire confidence in its ability and dis
position to deal justly and honorably.
Ia this city this freight line hss always
beea popular, and aoder tha efficient man
agement of the present excellent and gen
tlemanly agent, Mr. W. S. Porter, tha local
patronage has steadily increased.
At the present ttme Mr. Porter isreeeiving
freights Trom New Tork and Boston in tt"ie
days, almost as qoick aa Express time. OwT
Merchant have round this Line careful and
prompt ia the delivery of goooje; and when
to the good management of the Company is
added to itsenlira reliability, we think that
Company can compete with it ia its de
partment ef the immense freight business
of the country. . ......
t-np
BcunsT Taarria Last Sunday was tha
largest stock dsy known in the hisaory of
the Lake Shore Railroad. ' Trains took to
Baffaio two hundred and forty -fire loads of
stock, and seventy seven oar ol tha Bed
Line and other freight, making a total of
322 ears. ' The return trains brought to Erie
2 oars, making theggregato day's busi
ness over the Lake Shore Railroad, M oan.
-
I rotici ColTBT. The followinr
disposed of by Judge Abbey yeserdjay
Drank Fred Becker, Thomas McKenley,
ra trick Cairns, Philip Bchwarta, John
Scully, William Sherman, John King, Ned
Robinson, John Dufley, fined each $1 and
costs; Joshua Lucas and Myron Cossens,
fined each $3 and costs; Alexander Had
cliffs, William McCormlck, William Mcll
Toy and John Tracey, fined each (2 and
coals.
Assault and Ba.llery George Bchafer,
Henry Schafer and John Eingher, case
continued to the 2d of July ; George Keil,
continued till July 2J." Bail $1,000.
Abusing Family William Smith, fined
ti and costs.
Violating Bathing Ordinance Dudley
Baldwin and C D. Hines, fined each $1 and
costs.
Violating Street Ordinance Ike Crosier,
fined SI and costs.
Abusing Officer Edward Washing ton.
case held open till the 2!Hh.
Resisting Officer Albert Burton, fined
$10 ani costs.
Disturbance John Mahcr and Ljuis Pat-
tis fined tl and costs ; Kate Stewart and
Molly Moore, fined $11 and costs ; Julia Con
Hers, John Gsrrety and Casper W. Herman,
fined $2 and costs; Joseph Farker fined f l
and costs.
Lewd Behavior Patrick Welsh, case con
tinned till Friday.
Several other cases were on the docket.
chiefly of slight importance, not disposed of
in time for this issue.
ArroiNTED Presidbnt. J. Lewis Grsnt,
Esq., the Superintendent of tbe Buffalo and
Erie and Erie and Pittsburg Railroads, has
been elected a Director and President of tha
Southern Central Railroad Company, and
has accepted those positions. The road is
yet to be constructed, a espital of $3,000,000
baing required for that purpose.
A ToEnabo. A terrible storm passed over
Buffalo on Monday, doing immense damage
to property. A woman was killed by tbe
jllision of a canal boat and a 'schooner in
the harbor, and a man was instantly killed
near Black Rock by having a car blown
pon hint.
Personal. B. F. Teixotto, Esq
hose
prightness and enterprise during a long
residence in this city gathered about him
many friend, and who has been s journiug
here for a few days past, left last evet-
ing on his return home to New York.
A Ksw Trio The Cyclone, astfongj Well-
built tug, built at Vermillion, registering
thirty tuna, commanded by Captain E. Do.
ille.has been enrolled in this district. 6he
ill, for the present, be eniploped in these
waters.
Mas Missisi;. James Harmon 20 years
i age, has fits, wore blue soldiers' blouse.
nd was barefoot left Rockport on Inday
last Any information concerning him will
be thankfully received by Mathew Haber-
sn. West bide.
Ofbkiko orris Public Buuari Aoaiw.
The question oi opening Superior street
hrough the Publie 8insre has again been
brought on tbe tapis by the City Council.
Postponed. The excursion lor the benefit
the Police Department has been changed
from Saturday morning to Saturday after
noon. Donation or Gas. The City Council last
evening donated tno gss for tne m-
ation of Professor 8teiner's balloon on
tbe Fourth.
Chance or Tine. The next meeting oi
the City Council takes place on Monday
evening next. s
in
I
DIED.
T1BBKTT1 At hi. late midaace, 7 Bolivar
rwt, at r'-1 this Burning, Jane 27, IjMrge B.
bbrtt. aiced t years.
Taaral at 8 o'clock Thursday aflernooa.
rfeBdi are Invited to attend.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
NOTTINGHAM
.ACE CURTAINS!
100 Pairs Opened tMs Korning.
AIM KnrtJ pieces Lj the yard.
NEW PATTERNS,
And to be sold at the LOWEST PRICES,
AT TBI
lcw Carpet Store !
aii NiRBLE BLOCK. .
SANFORD, KEIES & MIL
ay18:31
Oil Cloths!
TABLE OIL CLOTHS !
B j the Pice or Trd.
EMM EL AM) MAHOGAM
OIL CLOTHS !
CARRIAGE OIL CLOTHS I
Oil Cloths in Sheets !
AT THE
je.v Carpet Store,
MARBLE BLOCK.
MM'ORII, KETK8 at MIX.
it
in
PATENT FENCES.
SlOX IMTET WOOD AD
I BOX FEXCE.
The Cheapest, most Beautiful and
Durable Fence now In at.
MABusfartBireel by sate) I'aitwei Fessew
4 ..an pawy aof faiaeavllH.
W. M0K8K, .'rut, 6artreU's Block,
to-day
of
IXITELAsO.OUla.
millS FENCE IS MADE OF WOOD,
brftred wttn troa, in orDeuaeotat Iron
ti, which eBbMMt-d id to toanvhatiot,.
diMirboleisi pfMncM wito tnrre coeAM of brvt
ftlity ( utuDt ana t-io-otigLiy Miri with ttrbt
coIorfsJ und. Th wood pM-t of tbe frae ia t cob
tm. t4 that ft do Dot loach tbe croMil, and
tb?r W d pfart wlrn vatrr can pouitMT l at-
orbfd. llrflceH will I ant, at b lowMt calcola.
tiiD. TS yearn. The galea ara marts apoa th Boat
improved principle, and are ornamental in the
bight t degree. The painted ornaswnU ara all
irou. By tnauy thin fence, when net, la taken to
compote entirely of Iron, ao airy and nlrttaa-
1 t it In app.aranoe.
The attention of those wishing to Improve the
appearance of their Irons yardi, aad tboee con
leu sajr, boil din:, ia called to this fence, now
ned in iront of toe awelunca of the totlowinc
Kentlenea of tbie city :
TB0B UBIKO TUB BAXL1ITKB 1111 CK fflTI inofl
ncs kt oKHavnurr.
Peter Thatcher, aVq., Seneca at reel.
H. M. Olafln, Iq . Seneca ttreet.
G. W. Morrill, Esq., tVneca it reel.
V. A. Iangier, uaroo atreet, eaat of Irw.
FaTette Brown, Im.. Inclld rtroet.
Q. H. Bnrt, Keq., aacHd street.
TBOBX tItM TBB B&LLTSTKa TZKCX WITH OCT I BOB
riCKET OBMAMKNT.
M ra. Orwwell, corner 8nprior and Krie atreete.
Kev. T. U. tta via. Hnnetior etreet.
B. M. rhaptn, Kao., Be. Clair afreet,
H. ti. H'tchcvck, 8t. Clair itreet.
A W. Fairbaotu. St. Clair treat.
H- V. Wileoa, St. Clair etreet.
Mn. Bend. St. Clair etreet.
. C. Porter, Architect, linron itreet.
Ur. nape, Hnron etreet. . ,
ril'O Tit ItCAl PICK ET FaCTt Cat STTLaU
R. P. Weddell, Ken., KociH BTenae,
For fort her Mrttcwlare call at n? otBre. orer
Foay'i 0cary Store, where amaple Fence aad
:rawtaca eaa oa aeen.
T V M W. MfrRKw, Arnt.
SELF-RAISING FLOUR.
.BEST ARTICLE llf r8E.
9. B. IAIiKI5GTt)wTJ
SELF-BAISDiG FLOUR!
It 8te Tine,
Is
r.n.n.l.,l .-a
', ia n. ir.vuivmi aaiw
. i - - III Aa fAILft.
Bold Ib saaatitM ta salt aarekseers at tbe
iyi.avai.ANU MILLS.
Liberal sleooaat te DMtere.
Thla riewr aa bat a trial. Is to kraaaat Ute
IW STTLI8 T
BUCKLES JUST
WUaT
TELEGRAPHIC.
Yesterday Afternoon's Beport
FOREIGN NEWS.
Denial of the Charge that a Treaty
Exists Between Austria
and Russia.
FINANCIAL -EXCITEMENT
AT
BERLIX.
Tbe Boosa Murderer Sentenced.
TEBRIBLE TORNADO llf CANADA.
PBOKABLE KECESS OF COKGKE8S.
(Special Dispatckte tkeClevelaad Leader. )
Mkadvii.lb, June 27, 9:50 A. .m.
Tbe Coogressional Convention telj for
this county nominated Hon. S. Newton
Pettis for Congress, by a majority of fortjr
Foreign News.
From St. Petersburg.
Yon :, JntM 27. The St.
Fetenbarr coiipoBdDt,writinsr on th 5th
of June, denies that tbora ejiint adj under
atatidinc or treaty by virtue of
which Kussia will Mailt Anatna in tbe
comine war. lie iilaces in review a Bam
mary oi me History ol toe diplomacy ot
tue two empires dunnc tbe pant sixteen
Tears, as evidence mat aucn an arrange-
ment would not be entered into.
Roesia, it ia aaid, will not permit Turkey
to occupy the Danubian Principalities.
1 he price ot every article ol consump-
on as a necessary ol lite-was rapidly au
vancine in Vienna in the face of a depre
From Berlin.
A Berlin letter of the lQ'.h of June aays
that from two to three hundred bills are
bmucht to protest daily in that city.
The Spanish Senate has approved of the
bill in fix tbe frontier line between France
nd Spain in accordance with tha recent
treaty concluded between the two countries
General News.
Sentenced.
CisciyMATi, June 27. Cuovert. the mur
derer of the Koosa, was yesterday sentenced
to be hung Aueust 24th, at Lebanon, obio.
The Fenian Prisoners in Canada.
¬
treal special Bays that sixteen Fenian pris
oners have been brought there for confine
ment. The broad charge noon which they
are committed, is levying war against Her
Maiestv. Colonel Erinatinger. the commit-
n magistrate, entered with tbe accused
no were brought to this city lor pre. ter
security, in view of tho late all air at 1'ig
eon Hill. It is not known when their trial
ill take place.
the Heralds loronto special says that
Marvin, one of the Fenian prisoners there,
was admitted to bail on his own recogni
zance, j ester d a v, bis employer at Butlalo
epreseuting him as an inoffensive and in
nocent person.
K. A. Jiarneon. barrister, is industriously
orktng at tbe prosecution of the part of
the Government They will be tried by a
Military (Jourl Martial, under the Aggres
sion Act. It is said that General John Hill
yard Cameron, will act as Chairman of the
Commission.
The 18th Regulars are now constantly on
guard at the old jail, and an wtlicer sleeps
the building.
The Second Church dignitaries are inter
esting themselves in the case of tbe Episco
pal clergyman who is incarcerated as a Fe
Tornado.
One of the most terrible tornadoes that
has ever visited Canada took place last
night at the village of Oil Springs. A
large hotel recently erected was blown to
he ground. Much damage was don to
derricks and oil works. During the
tornado a boiler burs ted, killing one man
and severely injuring others. The storm
also passed over IugersoU. doing a groat
deal of dam a go. The force of the storm
tore up large trees by the roots.
From Washington.
Miscellaneous.
morning papers
have the following specials from Washing
ton :
It is probable that when Congress ad
journs on Thursday or Friday of this week
will not assemble again until the week
after rext, so aa to give the members an
opportunity to spend the Fourth of July at
their homes.
There appears to be no prospect as yet of
early termination of the session.
The New York delegation ot bankers bad
lengthy interviews this morning with
Comptroller Clarke and the House Commit
tee on Banking and Currency in relation to
the proposed amendments to the National
Currency Act. They complain that the
State tax on national circulation is exces
sively heavy and enormouB, and request its
removal. They state that they cannot
profitably continue their business under the
present tax law.
Fresh developments are coming to light
relation to the Memphis swindle. It
turns out that seven or eight hundred
thousand dollars in seven-thirty cotes,
which were sent to Carlton some time to
ward the close of last year for 4ifeal on
tha, account of the government, have also
been embezzled and employed in cotton
speculations. The whole is to be investi
gated fully in a day or two by the Banking
and Currency Committee.
q
Southern News.
BtnalsWMl Acrid emu
Mm ruin. June 26. A freight train on tbe
Mississippi Central ran through a trestle
three miles north of Grenada yesterday,
killing a negro brakeman and injuring se
verely Wm. Button and son, ol Granada,
and two others, demolishing the tender and
two cars.
Crops, River and Weather.
The crops in Arkansas and Mississippi
are reported mora encouraging.
The river is station a rv. Thermometer 90.
Crops, River and Weather. Convicted.
Nashville,, June 26. In the criminal
court Green and Lunon were con vie tad of
the murder of Byron, the toll keeper, who
was shot last December.
Tobacco.
Fifly hogsheads of tobacco were received
from Upper Cumberland.
Great Enthusiasm.
prevailed among the Union men at
the nomination of General Hobson as Clerk
the Court, of Appeals, Arranrements
are being m ado for an immense celebration.
Meeting will be held to-morrow.
From New Orleans.
Confederate Obligation.
Nbw Or i. saws, June 21. The validity of
theConfederate obligation is acknowledge r
by toe i Dion tfaoit ot Tennessee and ac
cepted by the entire mercantile community.
Confederate debts are paid in currency.
Postponed.
with a view to compromise. The success
ful working of the road and ability to pay
is acknowledged.
IRON AND NAILS.
JAIIB HtSa-4iLAS6.
morrisoTTfoster,
It). 61 a-d 63 KlTrrt,
Shoenbersers Janlata Nails.
UNI AT A BOILER PLATE, SHEET IBOB
HAIMIECD B0BSE SH0S.
ALSO,
far Iroi,iriBdoir Gl,IitraQBamj
arlaslatsBiai BerestajJ llwr.au
All Cbe .liovs at
HAirrFAlTl KtafrJ PRICES.
Ceblo
IE0NSTE1-LASS, ttC.
CLEYEL A WO, BROWlf & CO.
, Kes. ad, 7,2 SI nri-rrlai at .
H. O
P. M
w at HlrramM f rmavn.
lasporters, MaanfartarerB, bb4 Wholesale Dealers
. Belter, Hoop and Sheet Iron. Saaderaoa
Bros. A Co.'a best Eairlik Caat and Sprinz Sleet,
ataa. Wroarht Spikes, Hot aad Cold
1 ri
liu aad Waabrrs. Norwav Nail Boda. Swede
Iroa, Gartiaaa Axles, arlBga and Bo I la, Bardea's
ctebraled Horae Shoes and Boiler Bireta, OaleaB
lied Sheet Iroa. Oaat aad Elver Steel Aaea. AaTlla,
Ttsaa, Hwrae t un, Ae. Ae.
Bole Aenta for the sale of
' BaWWIf, BOIIEU, sYCO.1
M lahonlng" Iroi a Sail, aad Cin
logkaai a Ihaari'i PllU
: - bnrgm Cltj Glasa,
htUaaiarM. 5 ' ' '
ajBead for Price Lut and Urcakara. Befar to
tano awa and Baatewa yefterally. asar31
Til BtST ASSOKTSKMT 0V fOCKIT
Books ta Caanlaad saa he tbaadSat
COWIiXS'.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
' OTTHB
f .American Watches,
Made at Waltbam, Mass
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE RE-
X CENT great decline ia gold and ailrer and all
tbe BtaterhU nerd in tbe manufacture of oar goods
and tn anticipation of a still farther decline, we
have reduced oar prices to as low a point as they
can aa placed
With Geld at Par,
so that no one need heaitate to bar a watch now
from the expectation that It will be cheaper at
some future time. The teat of ten Tears and the
maaafactnre and tale of
More than 300,009 Watches
hare given our productions the very highest rank
among time-keepers. Commencing with the de
termination to make only thoroughly excellent
watchea, our business baa steadily increased as the
public became acquainted with their value, until
for months together, we hare ber u nnsMe to aup
ply the demand. We have repeat' dly enlarged out
factory bail.'ings until they now cover over three
acres of ground, aad give accommodation to more
than eight hundred workmen.
We are fully justified in stating that we now
make IJORB THAN ONE-HALF OF ALL THE
WATCHES SOLD 15 THE tJHITED PTATKS,
be different graJx are distinguished by the fol
lowing trade-marks engraved on the plate:
L. " American Watch Co.,1 Wattbam, Haas,
a. Appleton, Tracy A Co.," Waltbam, Maes.
3. P. 8. Bartlett," Waltbam, Mass.
4. "Wm. Ellery.
6. OCB LADIES1 WATCH la of first qaulity
named "Appleton, Tracy A Co.," Wal
thatn, Maas.
ft. Our neat quality of Ladiea' Watches Is nanvd
P. S. Bartlett," WeJthatt, Maes. These
watches are furnished in n great variety ef
sires and styles of cases.
The Ajnericaa Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.
authorize us to state that without distioction of
trade-marks or price,
All the Product ef their Factory are
rally Warranted.
to be the beet time-keepers of their class ever
made in thtsoraar other country. Bayers should
retirember that a alike the guarantee of a foreign
maker who can never be reached, this warantee is
good at ail tin. against the company or their
agents and that if after the most thorough trial.
any watch should prove defective In any par tic u
lar, it may always be lacharsavd for another. As
the American Watchea niUiMt Waltham, are for
sale by dealersgeuerally sSasmitcboiU the country,
wt rlo n"t solicit orders for single watches.
CAUTION. Tbe public are cautioned to buy
only of r-eptjMe dealers. AU peretuia evllitig
counterfeits will be prosecuted.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
Agents for the Amtrican Watch Company,
maytO UIO DAW 12 Broadway, N. T.
THE GREAT l XIO
GIFT COXCEKT i
TO SB DBIWB AT
IDVEB'i THEATRE, WASHINGTON, D. C,
Wrduewlnj', July 23, 168.
Number of Tickets ijemd, lii.tw. 1 rice (1 each.
SO.OO Valuable Uifta wortb 8123,291
vt ill be pretteuter! lo Ticket bolder.
rpiIIS IS TUE GREATEST INDUCE-
L MENTerer . ffred to tbe public, one ticket
out of every four drawing a p;iat).
LIST OF rtllZES :
1 Gift in Greenbacks... .... f 10,' no
I " " . 6,000
1 ' Jo 7 30 U 8 Ceuds 3, HI
1 in Greenbacks... ......... w 2,nm
1 " " Unit
4,0Wi " SI each . . 4.U-.U
1 Three-story Brick House on Tliird-t.
east, between Massachusetts are.
and North C, Capitol Hill, Wash
lutvn,I. Om 5,wo
1 Fiue Lot aftjofning th above residence
north, 40 fret lion t by U5 deep to
anallt-y. ...
Nine Soaare Grand Piait, at ffr.Nl each: 5 Me-
lo. enns at each; 3 Gent a Gold Watches at
"earn; 17 Lady s limmood atcbea at IlhO
each; Lad's flaoiond Watches at fl 25 each;
2" American Hunting rase Wat. bee at $76 each;
W hewing Machiuea from $50 to flUOeach; 10
Silver Plated Tea Hets a. f 7S each; 10 Siver as
ters at 1 15 each; C.OUO Albums trom fH to $10
each; h5oOold biugs from to 10 each; 2.OU0
Gold Pens, in bjxea, at f3 each; 'i li0 Gold Linvd
Goblets and Cops at $3 a-h; 4,i fair Gent's
Gold Sleeve Butlos from fi to f8 each; tf.utl
clrvcki. Books, C'ltU-ry, Ac, from f2 to $5 ear b;
ll ;tt (uO lii'.f, the total value ofnhichis
Tbe draaing will take place after tbe Concert,
tbestec,'f the theatre, where 2,UO persons
can witness it. A committee will be appointed by
tie audience to snuennlend the same. All pur
chasers and agents will be supplied with con t
lists of drawings aa Mum as published, fartns
holding tickets will rvlam tjbem until after tbe
drawiug. and if their number appears in tbe list
of drawn numbers, they will toraard their ticktts
is.mdiately, with full directions ae to tho 'hip
ping of goods or moneys. Tickets are for sale it
be princtMl boieln, book and music stores in tne
city, and at ouroOlce, 'M6 Pennsylvania avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh. Price fl 00.
Good aud reliable Aiceuts wautetl in every city.
town aod village in the United States, to whom
great inducements are otfeie. Kelerencee ie
aired.
Kperial Ternui or C'lab Rntes.
A nartv pro-urinir a club of five or more naro'-s
for tickets and forwarding ns tbe money for tbe
same a ill be allowed the following commissions,
via:
VI WILL SIND
5 Tickets to oce address for..
Hi
20 " "
ao
40 "
M
S 4 60
w
17 m
2ti 1!5
S5 tfl
4.150
85 O0
And loo
n every case a?ed the name and post office ad
dress of each separate subscriber.
Money by draft, P.O. order, express, or in reg
istered letters, may be sent n our risk.
All commnmcatione shot, Id be addressed to
VINCENT, Bl TTSKKIfcLO A CJ.f
54fi Peaiiiylvanie Av.t Washington, D. C.
P. O. Lvck Boa W.
The proprietor will donate to the directors of tin
National Orphans' Home Institution, 92,000.
BEPERENCE9.
Bon. Thomas Hood, Madison, Wis.
0. M. Walker, Esq., Adrian, Mich.
J. F. Bradley. E-q., Chicago, III.
D. A. Weinberg, Importer of watches, Chicago.
Ed. A. Ellsworth, Esq., Wasbineton, I. C.
K.C. PeWitt, Etq , Cleveland, Ohio.
Boa. Wm N. ButteilV-ld. N. T.
Boa. Henry Barne, I'etroit, Mich.
Gea. Charles T. Cam pi!!. Wanketba, Wis.
Maj. Enoch Tetten, Washington, 1. G.
N. B Eldretlae, Esq., Adrian, Mirh.
Wm. Ftinn, Esq , late U. 8. Navy Agent, Wash
ington, D. 0. -
N. B. Editors of country papers are authorffed
to act aa oui aifenti, and they will be allowed fall
oommissti n on atl tickets ordered, whether for
themselvea or other parties, who may order
through them Proposals for inserting this ad-
vertitement are re-jneate.i jv w. -ivx
a
9
"
FURNISHING GOODS.
SHIRT FACTORY
L.. A. HEPriVEU!
Manatactnrer of
FRENCH ...YOKE f SHIRTS,
And Dealer la
Itlcn'8 FurnlHtatns Ciootti!
5o. 11 PAKK BUILDISG.
(Ost Pablle nqnare, Betweesi Coarf
fl.ane ftsid miosm) tinrcb.
Costume Shirts Made to Order.
pUSTOilEKS SHOULD K,T DE-
j LAT in sending In their order- By attend
ing to this snggeetion they will prevent harry and
crowding, and every thing will be more satisfacto
ry. Outside customers should hear in mind that
they can measure themselves and send orders for
Shirts at whatever distance from Cleveland, bend
lor a circular giving f01 '-.im tne aneasnre
ment, Ac ir2d:E14
COAL.
A. G. SMITU,
DtiLII IB
Boberts and Massillon
lamp, lot and Slack Coals,
BEST IX MARKET FOR C'OOKISU.
8IN0LE TON, CAB LOAD, CABOO.
0ce aid Tard i and 16 Water st
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
saaylT
15DRIWS, HITCHCOCK at CO,
tyALMMM TPJ
BRIAR HILL COAL!
. . awnaawa,
aawa, 1 ft 3
pnvrocK, I
atrws, f CL
limit Be
Johnson's Marine Block,
w. j. HrrrBwrora,
KlVtH PTK B STT,
W. . AHBI
w.i. wca
CUTEIaASilP. OHIO.
febURlS
ALLIK JOKES,
Waoteaeie and Eetail Deaiec la
Strip Tela, ColimbUaa aid Chlppow-i
COALS.
Oaloe on 0. ft P. B. B. Pter. Also, Oflee and Tard
at Euclid street B. B. crossing. Ooa of aa
Excellent Quality for
FTIAM, GAS, G BATES, STOVES,
tJee or Honae Cse. Also, ANTBBACITE COAL
la large or entail quantities
Orders respectfully aoiicited and promptly at
tended te. Coal for smithing kept constantly on
taaad. a T-rtne eaeh. mavlS:kl
CorSTKBPAXKS. 10-1, 114, 124
and 13-4 Connterpn-, at reduced price,
asaj E. B. 0S.UjWULi a CO.
j
MEDICAL.
1 V T- IS ii- 1 f, I Ot M MM V
QQ DOLLABS FBEXIVM !
SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
OB Sf KUlATTOBRilOCA, dLKKT, AC
AND
Im potency Cured,
A FT EE ALL OTUEB TREATMENT FAILS.
DH.A.RIEtSN,
Formertyef flew Trk City, will pay one hundred
dollars for it prool that heevor faii to cure tbe above
umd diseases. He will pay the same sum for the
proof that any other Pbysician in the United StaUa
trenta tliesame disea with eqaul sncc.
Aftr many years of Worionri study and eznortence
in. UlUeoo isiiipp" la neiua: tww hj auiwuuw .v
anfortucaie, tnat Do nas a-iriertvu ojbmtiu vi
TOITrTEi hpcetit AKTt PEIIMANENT CURE
ef tle abeve. and also all contscious diseases of (be
Reproductive (.'rtnauo. witti all i-au fUocu anaais
therefrora. lacladins General
nruii i r v nit NKilvmtH V 11 tKTil ATlOlf ,
Ha-sroooded intunnc t iii this city, m Of
whom hal rl-eearl'-d bnndif! of dt'llars with If-
atTkarl sasivraTieiana. Who srcis to trt all Sir
ataladfvw with sncceas, aud wlthont recelTtog Us
least par tic) o ef benefit.
Dr. Gibson does not boast thtt be Is a mwaler t-t
otueOoltvaTe tn Lrocn r Parin. as perbapj some
ottersdo tor Ue purptaie cl eopoJirii: tne mnwwni,
and who b M oat cr-at exn,w-tatioas, never to be
reatizitd. But what Dr. G. ciiclit boaitof is this, that
nets able to riveeriHre ttint:ctt-n to th'w who re-
he"b
oonfidejoe in bis ability aud integrity, and that
be has perfected an Aaietican syetvtn oi irenimenc
whicbchalUiictw any Pnysirtan o! l-mdon or i'aris.
nt any patent neiM:ne, i 4-jhkI for the radical enre
Of anmiiial weainetss, ann a;i aisMie or otnio)re-
anent. bolb nteulaJ and phyiucal, aiastng irom annu
al or swvrrt ulinBe.
Dr. Gibs.n alK claims fnr hts new ttratment tbe
(ollowtUfT aavantBc-s over afl. tne ret itiiceverei.
And, Dm t, tne acbtii iixii are tn no nwpecis uis
srreeable; henees no reltcaof the dark agus, aticb ai
terenry, or any other deletenourt drnic ; socundly,
no reitr4t-tion in diet or buriiii-5 is reinircd: tliird.
bis treatment is positive and certain In all casea. Be
stands prepared to ro into auy pnhiic or private
hospital in tbe United tit at, and demonstrate tbe
tnimeuse snperiority of bin new treatment over any
other now known in the world, in pmut of prompt
ness, aermaaenay, mildness, sale.? and convenience
to wie patieoi.
Or. (JibfMiu is Dermaaentlr I orates J tn Cleveland.
anu nas annng tne ptv. nve years penormeti many
cure ot ilisk-iuM-ii which h'l br yeara resisted aU
other niodest ot treatment. r--f'rDCis can be triven
biiidividaal of tbe first npycuiiiity in Ctveland.
Pv""toe. New York and otbr cities, in reeard to skill
nd luUtrrity io all proli-eriional transactions. iHe-
pt-peia, unecui4iiinn, acn-iuia, an iiutewes oi tne
I'rmary Ore&ns, aud all Cnronic viaeaatw treated
with superior sncceoa.
aaay-Medic :zr- ot to any part ot tbe oonntrv. on
receipt ot tt-n dollara.
nr. i.iiMon s new worn on i uysioioaT ior seie at
taotcor,
DB. .ItlcON,
trrami or Elsctspatit i.hd Uaimi.
Offlce Ii98enera street, a few doors from Superior,
ap "tnisn, MMMrHite Oily lU'tv!:
svaTihlin-liouni from 9 to 12 and from 2 to So'rlock
ily Snndai-s excepted!). iant7
Sweeping Everything Before It.
UNIVERSAL FAMILY FRIES D.
DODD'S OBEAT UEHEDT FOB
Breaking Up Colds ! !
AND CUBING TI1E1B Kl-FKCTi.
This medicine Is a groat success, because it meets
tbe wants of every member of tbefaniily. When
on tase cold, resort at once te tne
FEVER (IRE
OR SWEATING DROPS!
and yon can break It op In a hnrrv.
11EAK THE PKOPliK TOM'B.
The underrtianu-,), baruinK tlit IU. IKlDD'S
FEVER :UBK or BWKATING PBOP8 is to be
extensively offered for sale tb rung hoot the conn-
tty, desire to pive our testimooy to us vrt-at value.
We bave used this medicine in onr f lies, mme
of us for 1 and 12 years, and are sa .stoiinvl to
depend upon it whoaever any cne is attacked with
auy of the many symptoms of colds. We know
liat lor oppression and l rreuiariiies, to wnicil
omaay Isadics are subject in this climate, it is a
ly relief t'leunoy, Rheumatism, soreness ol
Muscles, Inflammation of the Luus, Coutcb, tSore
Throat, Ac, yield to Its power, and is elticacioaa
whenever the dry, fvveriah patient needs some
thing to induce refresbiuic moirtture and sleep.
ve recommend it as aa uonesi, rename lamuy
medicine.
J. Carrol!, Futon Straw Worki, Foiboro, Mass.
J. 1. Howard, foreman South Boston, Iron
Company.
J. w. fecaeti, rrintins; ina man ur, rt.i. city.
Ir. Thomas Hweet, Providence, B. 1.
Frederirk Paine, Depot Master, Mansfield, Mass.
F. H. Marnhall, Manufactarer, Cocheaett, Maaa.
L. T. Holoiea, Attleboro, Mass.
And 113 OTUEB8, whose names can be seen at
onr office. It costs too much to advertise them. ,
rj themediune yourselt. Price 1. All Urug- i
gists sell it.
DODD'S NERVINE !
la a SPBCiriC for what ia termed
NERVOUSNESS !
Is is an aromatic, etbenal c-srience, of icreat
power aud alifolnte purity. It is a SEDATIVE,
soother of the N"-veti and nerreni excitement.
It wutaius NO OPIUM. MOBPU1NB, or injuri
ous narcotic.
NOTICE THIS 1MP0BTANT FACT!
Unlike other preparations for Nervous Diseases, It
relieves t'eetiv enea instead of producing it.
It allays all Irritation, and produces a dellctons
sense of repose calms tbe agitated mind quiets
tbe throbbing musclea and twitching nerves and
repairs the waste of tbe vital force. THIS IS
CERTAIN.
For NEURALGIA use DODD'S NERVINE.
For NERVOUS iKHIM IY use Podda Nervine.
For SLEEPLESSNESS use Dodl's Nervine.
For Mental Excitement, Loss of Strength, and
Every form of Nervons Disease,
USE DODD'S NERVINE.
Price 9 1,00. Sold bv druKciatR irnerally.
STBONQA Alt MSI KOMI, Wholmale Agenta,
Cleveland. H. B. ST0KKB A CO.,
JanlOBt 4 John Street, New Tork.
Special IVotiec to Ladies.
-T IS
X ladiea
adapted
ALL IMPORTANT THAT
should hare preparations specially
for comulaints to which they are pe
culiarly subject, at once safe, healthy and certain,
ur that they should consult one who has made this
treatment bis special study -
IK. A. Bf . M At RK EAT,
Proftimor of Dltseiutea of Women,
has been in extensive and aoccessful practice for
upwards of thirty years at his present office a
fact that speaks for itself and is known to thou
sands of ladiea as the author of
The Married Woman's Private
Medical Companion,''
(first published In 1847,) specially Intended for
married ladies in delicate or precarious health;
trom which every lady will perceive bis thorough
knowledge of her complaints, symptoms and
causes, and their skillful and immediate treatment.
It Is a life-long, reliable adviaer and companion.
Over
HALF MILLION LADIES
posseas It. Every husband should hare it. It la
rent by mail, price fl.
tie guarantees a eaf and immediate and effica
cious cure of all special difficulties, irregularities
and obstructions, either in person or by mail.
Ladies from all parts of the United States commit
h:tn with the greatest confidence aud certainty of
access.
4l TH TO LAD1E8.
Be not imposed upon by the cheap, worthless
and injurious nostrums of " Female Pills,'
'Powders," "Drops," palmed u pon the credo
Ions and ignorant, who are deprived of their
mean's as well as of their hea'th. Ladiea can send
The Blarried Woman's Private Medical
(.Vropaoion," or consult Dr. Mariceaa by lttter,
and so guard against impositions.
MARRIED AND SINGLE LADIES
who desire a aafe and certain remedy lor irregu
larities or suppressions of nature, from whatever
caase, can rely a poo bis celebrated
Portuguese Female Monthly Pills,
Composed of rare ant costly imported extracts.
They area reliable specific for ladiea. Pleasant
to the taste, being sugar coated, healthy and cer
tain in all cases. Th-y ran not fail. In recent
cees tbey succeed ia forty -eight hours. Price fj
per box. In obstinate rase, those two degrees
tronnei should be used. Price fo. No Agents
appointed. Address
dr. a. si. haibkeh,
Professor of Diseases of Women.
Office 129 Libert y-et,
Pole Agent and Proprietor
twenty years. Tbey
nary letter envelopes
and advice.
DR.C00DALE'S
CATARRH
REMEDY.
AND MODE OF TBEATM ENT 18
.THE ACHE OF PERFECTION.
It FTOsTAATaw the secret ambush of tbla tarrtMe
disease, and extermlnatee it, root and branch, for
ever. It Bemovbs all tbe wretched symptoms of this
lrathsome malady, and averts consumption,
It CLsjuia tbe head, deodoriaea the breath. And
atVorda the most gratefhl relief.
It Alxbviatks more agony and silent uffering
than tongue can tell.
It is Koran for coring the most hopeiesa casea,
that every known means laited in.
It Craaa Hay, Boae and Periodic Catarrh, of tbe
most obstinate and violent typea.
No Foaar of Catarrh or noise w the head can re
liajt Its penetrating power.
Da, OoonaLB'a Catarrh Betnedy la a hannleaw
Jtiuid, inhaled from the palm of tbe band.
Da. B. Good a La Is known throughout the conn
try, as the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatments and
Bapid Core In all its forms.
Da, Goodaub's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
read by every one. J t can be obtained at onr near
est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to oar
afftoe.
Price fl 00. 8end a stamp for pamphlet.
O. B. PABEBB, Sole Agent, 76 Bleecker street.
Bw York.
fUiA hw O. W. CLARK. Cleveland. teM-BS
, or Box 1224, N.T. 1
etor for upwards of I
are sent by mail, in ordi- I
, with fall in. tractions
may::i4'i-la-Vt";im
REMOVAL.
IJIMOTAlu Mr. 1". H. Morris hav
M. Ing removed his Clothing Store from ho. 9
Mom a ment m,uareto HO Pirtppect street, respect
rally asks a continuance of the petronaireso Lihe
rally iVstowed upon him in the past, and bonee bv
iucreaawvt Carilltiee and strict attention to the
wants ef his cos toners to merit the same ia tbe
fate re. Eastern fashions received. All work
warranted. A good assortment of cloths on hand,
which will be eold at the loweat rates, or made mt
tm the beat and saoat fashion able sty Ice, apl&il
DRY GOODS.
E. 1. BALDWIN A CO
Offer this day
Plain and Fancy Linen Drills for Boys,
Cottonadea, Nankins and Tweeds,
Summer Coatings and Caesimoree,
Ladiea' Seckinga aad Cloaklnga,
S 4 White Oreandlea,
Shirred aud Plaited Cambrlca,
Fob lare mi as.
Id the Cloak Department a fall aaeortment of
Elegant Silk Garments,
Lara Partita .1. lam a and Father.
Cloth Saciaes and Basquea.
Jonelt E. I. VALUWlfl m to.
Ford & Wagner!
Contemplating a removal of their place of business
have this rty marked down oar en. ire oci
F lease call and examine oar
HOSIERY AND GLOYES !
Kids at 75cts per Pair,
Table Linen Cheap,
Toweline.
kitq s Eye Linen
We make LINENS a speciality, and can undersell
any honae In tma city.
Jaconets,
Nainsooks,
Swiss Shirred Muslin,
Tucked Muslin.
A new kind of Goods for
WHITE WAISTS
Ford & Wagner's,
16 PI DLIC SQUARE.
Hid Gloves
Only .Sets Per Pair.
All coat, marked In PLAIN TI0CRKS and at
MID I1UVKH.
Velvet Bibbons in all Colors.
We will fell oar goods at reduced prices for the
xt twenty days, in oraer vo nun gui !.
fre removing eur place of business. Give ns a
call on your way down street.
Marseilles Trimming,
BuffllBgofaU kinds at
FORD & WAGNER'S,
16 Public Square.
jure?
t KST RARGA1S8 Of 1HW 8K1801f.
JL An aafeortmeot of Printed, While Mohaira,
ery fashionable for a reus on, at oniy woeo-aa
ard. This is aoout one-n nv s'u"W v
milar roods. Also, good quality nrecaoe Aipat:-
only no cents a yard, with n splendid stock of
Himwrr Dress Goods, which I positifel nnonnce
itl be sold .tt lower pucea than can ie rcuasea
any other h-use in tbecity. o. uisb,
jnne'2 trner t?uperior-st. an'i ub-t--equate.
OLACK SILKS.! havejt received
XJ a sileaiid aasortmeut of the -st qnalttiee ot
Mantle and Dress Milks. These -.uods were pur
chased at the lowest paint of t w teaaoi., which
enable me to sell them at very I prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase good a td cheep Black
bilks, will Bave money by calling at
b. I1YM AN'b Cheap D Goods Store.
My store will be opened every -Saturday evening
from snndown till lu o'clock.
junea B. H.
1000 lbs Carpet Warp,
2000 doz. HOSE AND CLOVES.
1007gr(m Mcdalloir.iress Buttons,
Joat received.
H. DALLE A CO.,
117 Water street.
JUST OPENED
AT
I. P. SHERWOOD'S
While & Black Crape Sloretz,
;t0 Tarda Wide.;
White and Black Borages,
Two Tarda Wide.
A Large Afwwrtmemt f
GRENADINE DRESS GOODS,
LACK It WHITE POPLIM.
Paisley Shawls,
BLACK AND SCARLET
Parasols & Sun Umbrellas,
BO. TO..; IlOOk SHIRTS,
AU Sises.
A CHOICE LOT OFl
Nottingham Lace Curtains,
Jans Beelvl Hw Pitrsw. "
SILKS!
JOur Silk Dcpartment.Comprlsesall.
THE LATEST STYLES
BILKS, which, for QUALITY, 8TTLE AND
PRICE, CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
may?r. 213 244 Knpriar4t.
JUST OPENED
AT
Hower&Higbee's
LINEN COLLARS,
LINEN SLEEVES, ..
LINEN SETS,
If OW Stj Icf.
DOiJA 1 MAKIAS1!
IE
Blue, Green, Drab, Brown.
We are also offering Mt
Franco! Celebrated Allemard
Kid Gloves !
At One Dollar per Fair.
SAFES AND SCALES.
Forsyth's Scales !
Warranted U. 8. Standard.
OVEK 150 varieties adapted to avsrj
baetnesa. Also,
FOBSYTHS' COPYING PBES8ES
Warehouse Tracks ft Sugar Mills,
Aad XABVIH'8 PATBST (Alum aadDrj Plaater)
Fire, Burglar and Damp Proof
SAFES!
Tor Banks, Iforchants, Ae. Atso elegant H0tJ8B
SAriVS ia atylea of furniture, for Plate and Jew
air. "OBfiTTH A WaWTLAKB,
V Watr Stnwt.
SCALK8 ANB 8AFK8 KKPAIKXD.
We have eoaapetent awacnaaica la war mmfimm
for tbe purpose of re pair in aj
rt'A la ES fstKKH, r.O('K, TO.
and are prepared to do all kinds of work in osur Ina
on short notice and reaaoTj able terms. All work
warranted. FORSYTH A WISTLAKI,
General agents for Vorsy th'a Soales and Marrln't
bssfoa, 87 Water atrcet. meSt
DRY GOODS.
NEW: GOODS
, stoat recatTsd at
The Bazaar
A splendid aaeortaarnt ot
F AN S !
At exceedlDf j low fricss Hew stjles la
Lace & Linen Sets,
Very cheap.
Ladles9 Chemisetts
ivnrD HivnirFDrnirrct
liiiiiiii iiJiiiiAisHiuiuri);
Cluny and Valencines
Lace Collars!
LADIES' ILECIFK!
In new stylea.
INFANTS' AND MISSES'
11BR0IDERED WAISTS !
LADIES'
hhe Silk & Lisle GIotcs.
Kew Styles
DllESS BUTTONS
AND
DRESS TRIMMINGS !
261 Superior Street,
je'27
INSURANCE.
CONTINENTAL
ife Insurance Company,
or Hartford, Coan.
JOIIr "J. RICK. PrmMemt,
HAHl'tL E. ELMOMJC Iwrrtary.
it. G. II. lluntlnjcton, Gen. Agent.
Oaks No. 7 laiblle Sqaauw,
CLETELAHD, OHIO.
TboM wlahiac to seenre a aolicv la a reliable
cempaay, or to act aa agents at a liberal aompeBaa-
lion, will can or aoareea foe aaent nj wiwir. j. ,
L D. HUDSON,
general Fire, Marine and Life
Insurance Agent.
Offlce, Oviatt'B Bxcbea, loot goperior Itrset,
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
aarBBSBBTB tbb roLaowiaa ooaPAJnas I
Bnckeys Mataal Ins. Co., Olsvalaad, Aasevs.
Ohio, (Fire and Marine) . WI,Bts
National rire A Marine, of Boatoa, Mm. 7i2,lK)
Franklin Fir. A Marine, of Cincinnati ,
Market Fire lna. Co., Mew York 414.T
Norwich Fire Ins., Co., Norwich, Oona., 4a6,4
New Tork Life " New Tork S.OOU.UUO
United SUtea Accident Ina. Co., Sjra-
b, a. I sw.uuo
aO.oS4.7a.
Losses Promptlj Adjusted aid Paid.
Particnlar attentioa alvea to the adinatmeat si
Maria. Loaaas. L. D. H0PSON,
Aaent and Adjaater.
Oapt. 0. A. OaaDRsa, Marine Inapector. apT7RJ
BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS, COMPANY.
FIEE AMD MAEIXE,
(apllnl 2,.
Front, dividrd ia Caah to tbe Stock aad Pollcl
holdera. Thirty per cent. Caah Dividend paid o.
the earned premlnma of all participtlDa Policies
for year letiS.
Takes Marine Haiards of all KUds;
Fire Bi.ka ob BaildinBV. VeTchaadtee. Farartara
eaaels ia Port, aad the better claas of risks fea
erally. VI IK IVBflS
Wm. Hart, W. T. Walker, . H. Chamber Ua
. Chamberlin, F. W. Pel ton, C. A. Gardner,
maaa Stone Jr. L. D. Hudson, A. W. Freaca,
relton, at. at. w tllara.
(Mir, Orlsiit ExrhMa-, tomt Bsibm.
rior-a., a awweiaaMa, w.
WM. HAJtT. Prestdeas.
L. D. HUDSON. Secretary.
CAPT. 0. A. OAKBNElt, Marine Inspector.
ap27:B14
THE
Slatnal Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
FREDERICK 8. WI58TO-, Pmldeat.
CASH ASSETv. fZB. 1, 186,
$14,885,278.88.
last Bni uat al all
Ufe lauisirsusew 4' aaa paailsa,
Irnonnt or Autto, all Cask;
the Superior Character aad Bafctj
ontsInTestmento;
In Imourit of Annual Income, al
Caaa;
In the Amount of OlTldenda Beclare4
Tne Dividends fcelng larger In amonnt
and ! proportion to rremlnmt paid
itan hat been declared by ur oth
cr life Iaanrance Company.
For Aseaeles ia Ohio or for Paw ph lets aad cl
calars wltk fall particaasra, apply s
JOHN 6. JENNINS3,
EtfEaLaVl. ASaEXT.
apll ' J. MATHEWS, Agewt, Akiwa,
8US EVSCRAKCE COMTAJTV,
FIRE AND MARINE. '
QBce No. 178 BBpertOMt Cleveland.
Fully rapraaawteS by FirM-Olaaa Enninl
nnanua. . .
"' BiaacTOBS.
tllraaaa Wits, Job a F. Waraar, .
James Maaoa, - BoaaiS Haaaa,
B. I. Baldwia, ' . Heary Harva..
H. M. Cbapia. O. A. Broeks,
W. H. Frtee, J. P. EoMsea, .
Baw. Wartalactsa.
1TILLMAH WITT, PnaMaai.
H. M. CHAPIS, T. Pnald..t,
B. 0. ROOSE, Sretary. aaarSftaJ
FRESH TEAS 1 new ispply or dreen
and black T.a of every deaenptioa, salectad
Ith area ear. rroaa receatt laaswtataaas, aad Bar
aaie at arn.ll paodu at No. las Oatario atreac, by
Bt.TW ''II (iS'TB I uli . H.'ff H ...
FK1THFK BPHTIRR nall protta
aTW0U4i IBOTBEa
DRY GOODS.
MOURNING
GINGHAMS !
Fan Has
SCOTCH
GINGHAMS !
Just received.
E. B.GEISW0Ll)&Co.
21. Superior Street
e26
NEW DllESS GOODS.
J. M. DOWER & CO.,
124 Ontario-St.,
ABE DAILT BECEITIHO KEW BCMMEB
DRESS GOODS.
SHAWLS
SILKS.
OCB SILK DEPABTMENT IS COMPLETE.
ALSO
SUN UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOLS.
. OCB STOCK or
LIXEJf COLLARS,
aUIXEIV SLEEVES,
LIME! SETS,
wot excelled ia this urket. Also fall Has of
HOSIEBT and SILK CLOVES. Aleo foil II a.
LIXANDEB BID OLOVIS. at
JnneS Ilia Oa torts) St.
nisib,BasIington & Kendall
H O S I E R Y.
TBBT FINE LIB!
ladfa. WhIU Cottoa Hoas,
LaUa Brawa d. d.
LadiM Lace Hoas.
Mlaeea Bluacb.S and Brow a, all sises.
Mlsaes Fewey Hoe..
n. HkI I Hiwe. verv cbeaa.
Ladle. Bibbed Bad Plaia White Cottoa Hoas at
BarnBlae. QaaeS) B A al.
SELB!,BROVH& PEARSON
Are ncetriv dairy choice aad elegaot ityloaof;
Bprlaa aad Bttaamer
DRESS GOODS !
Waick wa oBrr at aaprsosated low prtcca. Oar
SHAWL DEPASTHm
replata with all the ctotoeet stylea of the see
so a. Oail aa see tbesa.
San imbrellas and Parasols I
We .afar a eeWct aad varied sssorUaeat.
MARSEILLES QUILTS,
LACE CURTAINS !
A fall stock.
OOP SKIRTS, BRADLEY'S
Titer recosaeaead thrsasrlvse.
Kid Glovce at oae dollax-a aplndid article.
PRINTS 1 PRINTS!
Bew aad desirable aatteras.
rn. rinaMBlle Daaartmeat la fall of the chooses
beaada of Bleached aad Brown Cottoaa, Drille Bad
MB, Tacks aad Ueaiass, Binpe. aaa unecss.
Call aad aarefeae. year BET OOODS at low
prices of BXiiBT. BBOWN at FEAaaun,
pjaffyy ise, B.0SJ vnsanu .unti
Openiav of Spring Cloaks
; at
E.T.Howert&Co's
sTow ready all the latest no-r.lt lea la
Spring: Garments!
Orders received sad proasptlj eaecnted.
Jast rvcerred a Ian stock of
WHITE GOODS
us
Housekeeping Qoo&a !
ALSO.
choice stork of of BOTTISOHAM LACE aad
MOsLIB CCBTAINS. with DBI OOODS of ail
klode,oa tbeeoraer.
H. T. HOWES dt C4S
XW 8CPEB10B 8TBBET.
RAIFM A?! A, BRO,
Skirt and Corset aannractnren I
REMOVED TO 31 2J SUPERIOR
ST K I ST, aeat to second Presbyteriaa
Cbsrck. Their store baa beea aewly Acted ap,
with all the osaveaieac. and laellHie. to salt caa
toeaers. Wa aak the attentioa of oar friends aad
estovers to call aad tea oar aew store i op. am.
SSI Tbnraday, luih ef May.
a AUFMAN A SSI)., 3rz$ BaperHarv,
say B13 Neat to ad Pr-Miby terian dnirch.
SUNDRIES.
ilttention
FARMERS,
CARDNERS,
CARBON OIL REFINERS,
j DRUCCISTS,
j " - MECHANICS,
rnrnlture Xanntactaxen A Bealert,
I
HARNESS MAKERS, .
CISTERN BUILDERS,
MASONS,
Th aabeorSar ae. aaaSaatly oa hand, at ha
Varereom,Io lerwln Street,
; CXETELAXD, OHIO,
BONE DUST,
PLASTER PARIS,
i AND WATER LIME.
SAND PAPER,
; NEATS FOOT OIL,
Aad earled hair tor
Settees, Sofas & Hattrasses.
CATTLE HORNS,
Glue sfall Kinds sad Qualities,
. Aad STSvytsdaE ra that lln. ef vraaa.
tWt target 34 ST erwla etrt, as K win be for
yoar aatereet to pqi iiliaas of Irst aaads, aad aav.
baa east proit to pay.
C0HTRT ORDUS SOUOTtO PR04PLT FILLED
TXEtAM CAH.
I
' asr-eCOa4aaad rkair rnd alt bar-b) always
mated. 4. tUUTH.
, asarkBU

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