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ISAAC J. FRANK . - . MeaafactaMof aad ItealeTla HOOP SKIRTS! AND CORSETS, Is. lit gaperlor street, lader jehasea lone. 1 War aa Wad aa enteastva aeeortaae.t of yke and patter.. Waolasal. dealers can ppled al Iw than Nw York asarkat ratea. aasr Skirt ana toarder oa ahortaat aotiaa. aaaylila SPECIAL NOTICES. FOB HOKK THAN yaasre HATHEWr VIKBT1AS HAla UII stood aha teat of trial, and to conatantlj la pvbHe favor. THE VINETIAH HAIE DTI lata boat aaaapeat Btade. Ita price ia oaly 76cente, aad otUe aoatalaa dooU. tha quantity of dja la aaaellyaoldtbrtl. THEHAIBDYEIeaBaaarrtaredbya paoallar aroraas, which reodere it inBnuJy saparior to dye la atarkat. Being complete ia ona bottle, raparatioa la raquired, waib araatly i apieaas the application. IB CsINO THIS PTE yoa , old that ar-TT, aaa appaaraaea by watch d.ed-halr aod wauCara are so raadlly recognised, whea aa inferior arla baa bee. aaad, aa it prodaoe a prrlectly aar aaaorof any abaete tbat la required, from a brown to aeuy. laatroaa black, tbat will not a arock or ataia tba ciotaaaf . Iavae 76 centa, von will aa convinced, bold by all Dnggiats fancy Gosda Dealers. A. I. MATHEWS, Maaatactarer, H. T. DEBT AS lilli 00., Haw York, Wboleaals aptM. aapU:k4 tarWE DESIRE TO CALL AT- TEBTIOH to tba Saratoga " A " Spring Water. Tba analyaiJ show, it to coataia a large oar oant. saor. aiadiciaal mineral propartiea tbaa taa Coa graaa, Aleaingja, Vichy, or aoy other Spring Water ta tha world. Ita tonic, diaratic, aad ca taartio propartiea are wonderful, aad invigorate thasyateaiiaa reaiarkabla asanas r. Wa ander- atand it i bring kept by tba priacipal Draggiata, Hotels, and Orocera. .ets:?34 fca?" ASTONISHING. Thos. Cohen, U92Hmrth Sixth it , WilliAun.bargh, who tb rbenmavliam for 13 jeari, ud Lu wavlkntl crntcbe for six months, ha baen restored to pr fect beUth bj m few dotvw of METOALFC'S OBKiT EH ELM ATI C BEMEDT. Be li willing to mo&rm thii ttAtmaat oh wth, if iqair A. teSB:K17 8TR0NQ k ABM8TROXO, Ainttn THB GKKAT NEW ENGLAND ftEMEDT. Ir. J. W. PolMid't White Pitw Com oofttl, t ami offered to the ffl feted throafhoat tho oomatry, iUr havriBg been proved by tha test of alevea ye&ra. In tho Hw EngUnd 8tUat whore Ita SMriU ht beoooM veil known m tho tree tram which, in port, it toirea Im 1rteo. The fhite Pi oe Coaapoand cares Soro Thrt, Go Ida, OoBsiu, Diptheria, Bronchitia. Bpllttof of Bkoo tad PartBoiiory Affectiotu generally. It U re nrkoble Benedy for Ividney OornpltuDU, Diabe tes, Diflcalty of Voiding Drine, Blewding froot tho KMiieya naa Diaoder, iHrnToi, aad otber oom- Blaxtder, Utats. Otvo it a trial if yofi would lean tha vain of good and ftrtt-a Mttdidno. It la pi tv-art cava aad are. rWd by DrnggUU and Doalera iVliOaa gn- iiy. CEO. W. HWETT M. lrletor. Boston , Mim. ESTTOIf, MYERS A CAH FIELD, And tiTKuNG ABUdTHON . A"': laagS BHt-w M AKRIAGK AND CELIBACY, Aa aaaay of Waraiair, and Inatrnctioa for Voang Men. Alo, Ihseaeeo and Aboaes which proatrato ho vital powera, with avro aieana of relief. Sent fraa of charge in aealed letter envelopes. Address Ur. J. oAILLIN HOUOBTOK, HowH AMori ttoa, Philadelphia. Pa. ,oae338 EfrW IIUiMVE WELL'S TLLC - I To ttBP aamorato tho lianTVf aiaafold nwnlts of the Anodyne! A V 111 il I in Maaal of KaOiravlArisi HnaaaAK " ' 1 Tooth and Bar Ache, Spinal 0om Clafttta. Bt. Tftna' Dance, Hyateria, Kervovaa De ihty, Loaa of Sleep, Paiua in Menstruation, and the an oat reHable testiaoaiila in say poaseaaioa, to which all are invited to inspect, woo id exhaust Uaw and patience, and whi h a conAdenoo to tost Vtil perfectly Jastify. Asthma, How declared pa rely a aervoas com plaint, la per actly rtriieved la moat violent attacks with doeea of U to 46 drops each half hour. Boliof aad sleep will follow the second or third doe. ana. Sold by all Wholesale a- kotall Dealers la Hediciaa. Joho Ii. Hunaewelt, Proprietor, Practical Chemist, sel:dAw:eoni t OotsTaorctal Wharf, Boston, Mass. DUTCHERS LIGHTNING FLT-KILLIB makes qnick work with flies, aad If cosasaeactd arlyt keeps tho hoase clear all sua. a. sr. Look oat for Imltattons. 0t Datobar'sonljr. )ea:13a iAW - i-PHILOSUPHY OFMAKRIAGE. fho roprlotoTS of ff New Tork Mnseamof Anat mj have dotermiaed, rorardieaa of oapenas, to in- so free (for the heaoflt of saffering hamanlty, aad aappreaaioa off qaachery four of their most inter sating aad inatractivo Lecturoa on Marriages and Ha Dieoaalineatfcoaa, Nervous aad Physical De il ly , rreaaatara dooUno of Manhood, Iadigeetlon. Weakness or Depression, Impotonry, Loss of Eaer- r aaa maaiy rower; taeureat Boctal sTrit, and lataaies wnon renit trom youttmi lollies, of autartt. aad iraoraooo of Phvakkart aad laws of nature. Taass Iavalaab4e Lee tares have beea tha aaeams mm lightening aad aavtng thoa sands, aad will SLT1 on rae4t of loar ataaaoa. bv ad ' SBOBITABT. Vaw Tork Maamia ol Aaatomr aa Maaiatna, (IS Bnaadwav, Haw Tork. SaMtBa S9-THS BRIDAL CHAHBXR. An Baaaj af Wamrag aaa Iaatractioa fcr Toang Maa. taa, saw aaa rallabla traatmaat for Dlaaaaas al tna Criaarv aad BVznal Srataaas. Saat traa la aaalal aavaloias. AaMraaa Dr. . Skill ia Honghtoa, Bnwara AaaortaMoa. PhHatMTilila, Pa. wt S-Bt. STOVES. IMI5EWH0ME COXroRT COOKING STOVE! m he tier St.b thaa say other Store ' - IT OOftSrjatSS WOOD OB GOAL, And Is QUIOIIB In OPERATION than any otbar atoa It ta aaaoa wltk Water-Back, or with Baaarvoir, or without aftbr. Wa hava atae for aala all taa nawaat and aaoat aparoraa sty taa a Parlor, as well as Cooklnc Sinvps T v -v -w sr FOB WOOD OR COAL. . ALSO Msrhlelicd Slate aUntie Pieces and Jadge's Faleat laaaeled Orates, rAJUSKK-s reeu, ' BtrNC rrKirismse eoonns, StEFBIS ERATO RS, reoLKiut, BiEltZIE'tt FILTERS, TOUT'S FOrRMIXl'TS ICE 1'REAX FREEZERS, BIRD CAGES. Wa aaaaatactara a'l Tartotta of" TIh, Copper aad Sheet Iroa Wire, At the wall kaowa Stova aad Grata XatBoriaaa af W. L. MARTIS. X. BO rabtle PWinar. Kaatll ;stele Ir veljaaal, akla. aKimniAW COAL. A. Gr. 8 M ItIu, aaa taa ra Roberts and Has; laap, Hat aad Slatk Coals, REST 1ST JCARKFT TOM COOKISO. SIHQLB KI, CAB LOAD, OA BOO. ante aad Tard .4 aad I Wa'r st. waylT CXETEIAVD, OHIO. EIVU, aflTCSCOCK A CO, vuini ru BRIAR HILL COAL! . H. tntm, 1 A I Jisaon's Martne Block, w. c aaxw w. at. raimt s. )1 5. 1 RXVKB BTBBIT, CLKTK.AAJkBV. OHISX tria Tela, Colaablaaa aa Cklfpeva COALS. OBaaa.0. ar.B. B. riar. Abm, Oftaaaal tart a BarHI atraat B. B. onaalni. Ooa ofaa , - BiftnrQnahtT fcr , ITtAM, QAB. OKATX8. BT0TT9, OAaaaa-BaaaaOaa. Alao, AHTBaAOUA OOaJ. la aaia at aaaaU aaaatttiaa. Ordan laaaaUfall, antiaHal taat aaaaaatfr at aaMSa teal fjcaaaffalat aa annafaaUT aa PlkWi baik aisiaia Stop Hair fraa aUMf aST; aaatataa Ora, Bair ta rtgiaBA caHDr, ana w arapanor a.ini. argr VabaVOiaAi . aaviaaa, WQlfltHUMt, OlirtL r. POWILL, Book Binder 1 k J ui Bleak Book Muihctarar, Mo. 6 Bank street, BaaB K. 1 Johnson's Block. mwlud, bound on abort notlc Telttee and Pocket Bock. lettred la ntaia and ornamental type. Alumna repeated. Bill Bol) aad Latter Heads got op to order. )upBi..nii the Tl A T T Y 1 jTi A T)TiTn'.. a-' --B -A- -a. I Utaat ba Srfor lorBing Kdltloa Hew. see uuide. Tor iTenlDg Kdltlon Sews see Inside. FRIDAfj JUNE 23. 1868. COAL. CITY NEWS. COMMENCEMENT AT HUDSON. The Closing Exercises-Commencement at Hudson-Grand Reception of Graduating Class. [Special Corresponds Cleveland Leader.] Hudson, O., June 25th, 1866. aa l rh it "ad aad Unfortunately, the accident which oc curred on the Cleveland t Toledo Railroad Wednesday prevented two of the arti.tcsvho were announced for tho Commencement Concert from fulfilling their engagement, so that the programme was necessarily slightly changed. Miss Grace T. Fcrltins, of Akron, well known to all music-loving Clevelanders, kindly consented to fill up the vacancies in part, which she did to the entire satisfaction of everybody. The audi ence was the largest that ever attended a Commencement Concert, filling the spacious tent to overflowing. The number present was variously estimated from twelve to fif teen hundred. The programme aa per formed was as follows : PART FIRST. 1. Grand March Joacplt Guc Orchestra. 2. "Ye Marry Birda" ttolo G amber t of If in Sallie Kebcr. 5. BuriUci" Fantanie -S. Tlmlbt,rg air. una u. Uvtttv. 4. "L' Am.ire" Solo. ..M. Xovaro. Miaa Sallte Rcber. 6. "Soonis of Ilume" Violin Swlo J. Gun'i. PART SECOND. on 1. Pottaoarti II Trovatore Verdi. Orchestra. 2. "Kathleen MaToaroeen Solo..... tirace T. Perkim. S. "0 Lace di Qn st Anim"-. -L. di Chaiaunnix Miss fallie TUt 4. (Stabat Mutfr" TranHcription F. Lislt. Mr. Otis B. Ujue. 6. Sominer K:ght T.i.iwii:j, orchestra. , i The Orcbrestra music by the Light Guard Band of Detroit was of the highest order and was frequently and persistently encored. The violin solo "Sounds of Home, was very beautifully executed, and was tnthu siastically applauded. Mr. Boise, the Pianiat, labored under many disadvantages, and his admirable playing was hardly appreciated. Tbe'iin mense tent seemed to absorb the sound so that a large part of the audience oould not hear the music.and the grand piano, which had been selected expressly for the ocra sion, was found to b sadly nut of tune Mr. Boise is certainly a pianist of solid merit, as well as thoroughly accomplish mu)ieian, and we shall look anxiously for bis appearance on some future occasion under more favorable circumstances. Alias Re bars sung her Italian selections beautifully, and when encored after L'Anorc, rendered the "Last Rose of Sum mar" with exquisite effect. Her voice has wonderful compass and volume, and is un der excellent control. Hiss P.eber .s yet quite yonngand only a beginner as apublic singer, but her performance gives rare promise of brilliant career as a star vocal ist. ' a nose wno neard Mies rerkins siug " Kathleen Mavourneen' at Brainard s few weeks since, need not be told that it was b:aatifully rendered. Miss Perkins has sung here at previous concerts, and is an especial favorite aa, in deed, she is, wherever she has made her appearance. Despite the unlucky accident which pre vented the attendance of Miss Lizzie Gates and Mr. Perkins, the concert was pronoun eed a success. After the Concert the graduating class held a grand reception at the rooms of the Phi Kappa and Philozetian Societies, which was a very pleasant affair. This reception ts aa innovation planned by the clas of '66, but we think the excellent precedent will be faithfully followed by all succeed ing classes. Western Reserve College has many patrons and friends in Cleveland and the "Reserve" who will be glad to know that the institu tion was never in a more flourishing condi tion than now. The Freshman Class, next time, promises to be the largest ever entered, and will number between thirty and forty members. Bach evidence of prosperity must he especially gratifying to those old and tried friends who have '-borne the bur den and beat of the day" and by whose persevering efforts the College has been placed on a lure and lasting foundation. ; just was of who for an will two Prof. rett's has the ing W. G. A. Tat Ciaces Ira Locatiok axd its Iki-ld-isck. Its location on Erio street is most unfavorable tor many reasons. It is in the midst of a dense population; witWn fifty rods there are many dwellings and some four or five churches, and from the wells in this vicinity do they depend for their water. The lot is so small they are forced to encroach upon streets and walks toobtain room. It ia also beside our beautiful city eeraetery, in which our citizens are daily depositing what to them are the dearest treasures of earth. Its influence, both moral aad sanitary, is worthy of the deepest concern of our citiiens. Of the circus itself I have little to say ; but the large number of men and animals employed and the large emouat of debris and evacuations they deposit on the grounds, in the yards and streets and in front of dwelling make it one ofthe most loathsome as well aa un healthy and offensive nuisances to be found in the city. This feature alone ahould call lor prompt interference of the city author ities in the future. Again, when our dti .?5s:"a i,,e,"! PJ7 J2" ' BaiA i 1 laVJaj of lore, sympathy aod affection for their dead, in the cemetery which has cost no much of labor to harmonize it to the feelings of trach occasions. It is then that on the other side of an open fence hun dreds are congregated, and among them the vilest of the vile enraged in all the hilarity, profanity and ribaldry pertaining to such exhibitions and such occasions. One needs only to spend a Sabbath such as the last, ia tha vicinity of such an exhi bition, to ba convinced of the degrading and deadly moral influence it exerts. While the churches in the vicinity were open and our citizens worshipping in them, Ihe circus men were engaged from morning until night in taking down and packiDg away their effects. And in the afternoon hun dreds of little children were lured to those grounds, on their way to or from the Sab bath schools. Thus were the instructions and the hallowed influences of the Sabbath and tha sanctuary cLiasipated. It is from such oooiaidarataoaa, and ia behalf of the sanitary influence o be exerted, in behalf of the Sabbath and those who wish to enjoy its stillness, tha sanctuary and the worship pers in it; in behalf of the thousands of oar children, and the afflicted in their deepest aotrow; fn behalf of Christianity itself, that we appeal to the press and to the city authorities, aa in a vary important sense the guardians .of the public good, to be relieved from this accursed nuisance. : Oil The . THIS poet aad quality colored troctid there eorbed. improTtd big irou. b tiil The aed tbosb H. 6. D. G. TBOCE Mrs. Ber. ' 11. II. & H. Mrs. A CITIZEN. Citizen will observe by reference to yesterday morning's Laaasa thai a peUtiota on 'oh is subject has been laid before the City Council ,,'.'.... , . , . T T H. . Tor roftg'a drawiatra mar Oaio State ChtabAssociatiox. TbU As mriitiina vraa orgaaiaeal as Caausnbo ea Tnsaday frith Uia appanded Est of officers : President Dr, Geo. Watts, of Zonia. 1st Vice Preaidant Dr. Q. .W. Keely, of Oxford. . t 24 Vice Prcde)tIr. K F. otMaaaav,ai CmUsaV l , 1 1 : . .; Baeordiu Becretarj Pr. H. A. Smith, of Cinrinnati. ' . OorraaaoBaIiiu( Seeretarr Dr. A. w. AUzr wall, of unlkro. .-j - Tieaauei. Br. AA. UUmp, of Hamaeld. ; It ' Sotd i . . .a . ' ' ' M r- s ' OLasTza IfijaDBB Casi. a?fOfntttiag At oraeT CaaUe trjmaiejicfxl yesterday a. mlui caaainf araTlinent far tba State ia ike aboe-a caaav Jt was aa aloxnent nrieir olthe tes timoBy Tary aSectiTely iiiuaaatuJ. . Taa ocurt room w pretty well filled. JCST : Mam.ll " Bdppalo axd Stati Lini Railroad EluJ- tio?. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Buffalo and State Line Railroad Company-, held in Buffalo on Tuesday noon, the following gentlemen were chosen Directors for the ensuing year: Dean Richmond, Chat. H. Lee. Henry L. Lansing, Jas. C. Harrison, Joseph Field; v-i.: T-: c .-tl. WHli.n, uwuhiu iwumaun. &aniu uiuhui , , . Williams, Geo. W. Patterson, John H. Che- dell, Wm. S. Brown, Cbas. It. Reed and John M. Hutchinson. Inspectors of Election John S. Ganson, William H. Abell, George H. Chase. At a meeting of the Directors the follow ing officers were re-elected : President Dean Richmond. Vice President Charles H. Lee. Secretary and Treasurer Henry L. Lan sing- General Superintendent J. Lewis Grant. Fibske abd the KotfRTn. In the absence of other public demonstrations on the Fourth in this city the Firemen have de' lermined to torn out in uniformed pro cession. The parade will make an impos ing spectacle, the steamers all glittering and bedecked with banners and evergreens. The procession will take place in the fore noon and not in any manner interfere with the balloon ascension or fireworks. Tho firemen in giving this fine display ask their friends to furnish a small sum of money, sufficient to engage music. All subscriptions 4c. to this end will be thankfully received by Mr. Hill on behalf of the Firemen of Cleveland. PrsMxtat:os. A very pleasant affair oc curred last evening at the residence of Dr. Butler, on Superior street, at which the Rev. Mr. Gillette, Pastor of the Sfc. Clair Street Af. Church, was made the recipient a splendid stiver set, castors, Ac, a token regard from tho members of his church. The presentation was made by Messrs. Dennison and Guy in bohalf of the generous donors. Of course approprrate addresses were made, s?nd the occasion was one of much pleasure to the donor, recipient, and party assembled. I-oCtiioT.VECAPsizeD. WednesJay after noon about four o'clock, while locomotive 11, on the Mahoniu Ru&d, was ap proaching the Atlantic A Great Western Freight Depot on a switch laid near the bank of the river, the track gave way and precipitated tho locomotive down an em baqkineut about twelve fet, almost into the river, badly bruising the engineer and fire man. The late freabet had undermined the track which was afterwards imperfect! tressed. The engineer was a new hand wb commenced running Wednesday. of l in of of at Jkvxz Ovia. P. O'Keil, Esq., of Fenian proclivities, wai ved examination before Commirsioner White.yesterday mt min.an bound over for trial at the next term court on a charge of violating th United States Neutrality lawv Gavi Bail. Mrs. Thcreaa Thon.pson, has been confined in the couuty jai the past couple of weeks for refusing to appear as a witness at the United States Court, Wednesday gave bail fur her apjear ce. Bctpalo asd Cleveland Lire or Boats. The Buffalo and Cleveland line of boats commence regular trips between those points on Monday next. Balloo.i Inflated. A trial indition Steiner 's balloon took place in Gar Hall this afternoon. Asotuec Ba3E Ball Club. Another club been organized, composed of students in High Schools. It is called "The Alert.'' Rfpairixg. The vessel Comley ts repair her stern near the dock of E. A. Buck. Von did iron made are A all the ject and n tingen HOUSE FURNISHING. NOTTINGHAM LACE CU11TAINS! 100 Pairs Opened this Morning. Also sereral plccea by tho yard, NEW PATTERNS, ,id to ka aula at tha LOWEST PEIl'lS, at 11 that sion wno where to-day sent est New Car net. Store ! 215 MARBLE BLOCK. SANF0ED, KETES 4 MIL mnjl8:31G Oil Cloths! TABLE OIL CLOTHS ! By the Pioa or Tard. EXAM EL AXD MAHOGAM OIL CLOTHS ! CARRIAGE OIL CLOTHS ! Cloths in Sheets ! AT TUB New Carpet Store, MARBLE block. SA5FOBD, KETES at BUX. ari7:3in PATENT FENCES. rXIOX FATEVT WOOD AXD IRO.V FE.ICE. Cheapest, most Beautiful and Durable Fenre now in use. HafAnfftctiiBtal hy tha VBl.n Feiaea Company af PalaieaTUIc V. 3I0KSK, Agent, SartweU'g Block, CLBYElaJIU, !. FEXCE IS ilADE OP WOOD, bracrd with iron, an in ornament! iron a, which la embedJMl In a atone Ibnndatioa. thaw huh is painted with three eoateofbast o paint ana laoronpnly sana-4 with lipht sand. The wood bart of Uie tcuce is ao aon that It doea not touch the ground, aad is no place where water can possibly he sb Hrnos it wiu sue, ac iae lowest caacula ton, 75 yeara. The gatea aro aiade a poo the most principle, and are ornamental in the heat degree. The painted ornaments are all By many this fence, whea eat, ia taken to composed enttraly of iron, so airy and subs tan. ia it ia appearance. attention of those wishing to tmprore the appearance of their front Tarda, aad taoee eon tenipiating building, is called lo this fance, bow in front of the dwellings of the tot low ing gentlemen of this city : si ran kaxlistsb ma wits taoa ricKKT oasAimrr. Thatcher, Keq., Seneca street. M. Olefin, at"q., Seneca street. W. Morrill, Enq., Seneca atreet. a. Daajtler, fieq Baron street, eat of Xrie. Fayette Brown, sq., Knclid street. U. Bnxt, Esq., Knclid atreet. - CSISO THE tilLTfTTl VXirCE WITH OCT IE OH PICKET OKlfAataWT. Crowell, corner fcoptMier aad Irie streets. T. 11. Mewha, Saperior atreet. M. Chapin, Esq., St. Clair street. O. H itch cock, et. Clair atreet. W. Fair bank a, St. Ctoir street. V. WiUoa, St. Clair etraat. t Bend, At. Clair street. C. Porter, Architect, Huron street. Saas, Haroa street. rairto rat saoAa rm cr rurci iriiti P. Weddell, kaq Kschd aTeane, farther partienhtra call at my office, otbt Crocker Store, where sample Feaosa aad eaa be osea. . , tli'Ml T. W. MORSE. Ageiit. SELF-RAISING FLOUR. ARTICLE ES CSE. " 1. 8. H1KEIKCT0!P8 SELF RAISIAG 7 FLOVR ! tUTet Tints li Ii!wGBaieaL aid .... IUH TAILS. ia on ta tit fee to suit narohaaari at the CLIVTLASD MILLS. ; TAeral trjetjoewt to I.mlire. ' Wb tToar Bsskts amt autei, to toosiu'ftse RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT of Borvood Jav.lry, Knb1?r Tfsrt, Ouara tBaiaaaMUB.aS - - ; . :v - - OOWUff. TTUE aUUlUUaS-lrOOil and Ckniy OS fiavVaUIOi TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday Afternoon's Report. MORE FOREIGN NEWS. MORE FOREIGN NEWS. Speech of the Emperor of Austria MORE FOREIGN NEWS. Speech of the Emperor of Austria HE "NOW RESORTS TO THE SWORD" "DIEU ET MON DROIT!" Russia says "Hands Off" to France. SWEDEN, NORWAY AND DENMARK JOIN HANDS. Hanover Rejects Pacific Proposals from Prussia. PRUSSIAN TROOPS OCCUPY HANOVER. The Prussian Minister Detained in Vienna. Foreign News. Speech of the Emperor of Austria. Nsw Yobk. Juno 2S. Tho followinc is the speech of tho Emperor of Austria to the Common Council of Vienna on the 14th, referred to in the foreign news : 1 receive tbtsmaaifestation from the city Vienna with pri-eat satisfaction. I have dona everything in my power to preserve the peace and liberty of Germany, bat it has been made impossible for me to do ao. This is the moet arduous period I have ex perienced since my acceesion to the throne. now resort to the sword with conhdenee God, roy good right, my valient army, and the co-operation of my faithful subject. But I must in eepecial expresj my fullest satisfaction with theunsnimity and attitnde Vienna notwithstanding the considerable sacrifices which have already been imposed upon the Capital by stoppage of business and want of employment for the population! The most exemplary order prevails here in comparison with the othor countries and I cannot sufficiently express my recognition the fact. The Berlin correspondent of the London Times says that the Russian force concen trated in Southern Poland is slowly ad vancing in the Silesian frontier, and it is surmised in Austrian Poland that they will take np such a position as to eventually be the disposal of the Kaiser. It was Btated at Copenhagen that Sweden. Norway and Denmark had concluded an of fensive and defensive treaty of alliance. It is stated that the Austrian Mini-tor of Foreign All airs withheld the passes of Baron Werther, the Prussian Ambassador, the Prussian Government released Councillor Lussar.who was arrested in Hol- stein. Baron Von Werther consequently not leave Vienna till the Mth. Communication has been interrupted be tween Brescia and the Venetian provinces. It was reported that a larje Austrian had suddenly carried the Bornian tier. i It is rumored that the Italian troops had a movement in an advance upon tho Mincio. HASuvrit. June !.. The Prussian marching into Hanover from Harburg. royal order has been issued prohibiting further traffic in the district of Harburg, JLunebunr and llohcnstorl; L.uneburg thus closing the northern Hanovernian frontier. The Prussian proposals lor an alliance in accordance with which Hanover should ob serve neutrality, has been refused by King nanover. xie nas also positively rejected principal points of the Prussian propo sals for a more closely united Cou federation. especially those articles of the Prussian pro which refer to the military organization question ci tne merman ueet. Ihe Harburg Kail road baa been destroyed several places. Ihe Hanover troops were retiring to Got- for concentration with the Austrian brigade and Bavarian army. Garibaldi, accompanied bv General Tel- Dr.Albenez and others, after inspect the regiments of volunteers assembled i Como, will proceed to Plaeenza,where he meet the King of Italy. He will next proceed to Bari and Barletta to review the volunteer troops in these towns. It is stated he has addressed a letter to the King, begging him to give the command of a div- of volunteers to General Pillaviacini, commands the troops at Aspromento, Garibaldi was wounded In the foot. Visum a, June 16. The Neuerie Prease of assorts that Prince Gortechakoff has a circular to the Representatives of iuaaia abroad, stating that on the slight violation of neutrality by France, Rus sia will abandon her p reseat neutral atti tude. the on day by R From Washington. Congressional. 1iw Yoek, Jane 2S. Tlie moraine: oatcrs have the followioe specials from Washinc- ton: Renroscntativo Washburnc. of Illinois. who was taken suddenly ill a few days ago, roDvaiesccrit- The eeneral opinion nrevails that the Committee on Ihe Kossean-Urinnell aflair will recommend the expulsion of Rosseau. TheCommittee on the Blainc-Ccmklica; atlair are said to have decided that tho letter to Blaine, containing charges against Conklinc is essentially nntrae. It is said that Mr. 0. II. Brnwnine will be made Seeretarr of the Interior. The Commissioner of the Land Office has ssned a patent to J. A. Sutter for the new Helvetia ranche, California, which covers the city of Sacramento. The Senate has rejected the fallowing nominations for Assessors for Tennessee : John W. Bowen, 3d district, Abner Steele 4th district, A. B. Nicks flh district, Wm. ocalea 7tn district. The New York bankers havine failed to accomplish anything with the Currency Committee, will sow urge in the Hoase the abatement on deposits and circulation, and the substitution of one-fourth of one per cent, on the capital. 4,KI t ach: 2( 4 bilver aeh; Gold Gobleta Gold Clocks, In on can fie I tat a holding of tig the city, General News. From New Orleans. sales GOO bales, with prices unchanged. iae radical tJouTention waich. jester ay ridiculed tlie men's character, and re fused to participate in the Convention, gave power only to legislature duriar the first session, and to call it together again. The legislature related, and toe CocyenUon ed by its own acL Ihe cotton worm is ravaging the t Isola tions in western Texas. The favorable reception levee given to the Ceommittkrners at Washington gives A for aame Tii: And Fenian Prisoners. Blffalo. June The Couaier has a dU- patch from Canandaigna, dated last even- g, mat indictments save been found against most ofthe Fenians, who went there from here for trial. AH P. Fire. A lire last evening in the malt house and 1 rver of Beardeler A Beldinjr. There was in th building about 2u.t00 bushels of oats and 15,000 bushels of malt grain, val ued at $20,000, great portion of which was ruined. . 0. J. D. Destructive Fire. Sai FaAjrcisco, June 19. Tha recent fire 1 in Virginia Citv. Nevada, destroyed nron- l erty to the amount ot $200,000 and rendered 00 people honseidse. N. The Tennessee Legislature. It is said a dead lock In the Tennessee legislature is to be produced by the mem bers opposed to ue Uonatituuonal Amend ment by not appearing in their scats, which wiU leave the general assembly withont a quorum. Ere the end of the session the House Judiciary Uoeunittee will report on the alleged complicity f Jeff. Davis in the assassination plot, tfhew fin! no creditable evidence implicating him. K. to From New York. Gold Mines. cor respondent says that the newly disoevered gold nines in Keava, Providencia, Venera ela, and Gutana are reported rich -and easi ly worked. .. - . .,. The proepecu or tae conee crop in Lali- fomia are good.- De Caatra. the new President of Costa Rico, is Terr TrrTrplar. ' " I ' jan REMOVAL. RtMOYiL. Mr. F. H. Morris hsT Icj; ratajovafl Lis -doihins Btora from Jto. , Moaajaaat Sqaara to 60 ProapecS .ttaat, raaact. fally aaka a eontiaaatMe aa tha patronaa-e ao liba raUv aaaaoarad apoa aias aa tha paatt, and aopea .v lairssfiil faciJltMa aad strict .ttaatiaa tats, araas. ad his caatDaaara to aaerlt taa aaaaa la tha rutara. Baatara laakaraa raoeived. Ail work warraatad. A food aaaortmant ofciotlis oa aaad, arhtck wUI be sold at tha lowest ratea, or saada a. ta Us st aad ascst taaaioaatU strtaa. aflBii i : ar of Brand. RAILROADS. 1S6C. ; THE PEMSTLYANIA CENTML DOrBLE-TSACK RAILROAD. . j Pil wr tasiiifji-SsbWaaAi. a - I SUOKIKHI, Ql ll kKST it BUST KOI IE Eetwen the East and Went. OfhaTeVl8!,,0. vSriZtH. fturirh, TUBODGH T BAINS leava m fullowi: i. ojjja lAAina leave aa ioiiowa: DAY EXPRESS. 'J-Ati A. M ( Eintnt Rnnrlav i MAIL, 7:50 A. M., (Except Sunday.) CINC1HNATI IXPBES3, 9:50 A. M., (Except Bandar.) FAST MAIL, 11-50 P. M.. (Except Bandar.) PHILADELPHIA KXPBK6S, 4:10 P. M., Erery Iay. PAST UN E, 10:00 P. M., (Except Snnday.) Running through withont change of Oars to HABKISBL'GH. PHILADELPHIA. BALTI. MOUEand NEW TOltK, (ria AUentown.) liocas IN Advance or otdii Links. connectinE direct for all New England Towns and Washington City. This Is the only route by which Passengers, leaTiDg fit. Loa i4, Cairo and Qnincy Saturday moraine; Chicago, JetTnwinTille aud Indianapolii Saturday ereniug, BUN TUBOUUQ DIBKCT to Eutern cities, arriving 21 Hoars l;i Advance of Other Routes. XLEGANT STATE-ROOM SLEEPING CABS are attachod to all night trains. BBegpage Checked tbroagb aud Transferred Tree. 4T"Fare always as low aa by other Boa ten. H. W. OW INNER, Cen. Ticket Ag't Philad's. W. H. HOLMES, Gen. W. Pass. Aft't, Chicago. T. L. KIMBALL. Asa t G. W. P. Ac t, MiicaK. I CIIAS. THOMPSON, Pass. Ag'l, CleveUnd, O. Office, Metropolitan Block, Chicago. FREIGHTS. Br this Route Freight of all duacrmtlons can'lMi ! forwards! to and from Philadelphia, New Ynrk, Boston or Ba'timorw, BT KA1LKOAD DiUKCT, to and from any point on Wttitern Bailwaya, and ia connection aitb aU-aniers, to all acretisiblo pnints on the Lakes and Biters of tho Northwtat, V est and Southwest. LIVE STOCK by this root ia provided with anpt-rior Yard accommodations, especially at Har riehnrp:. where a choice is cfferi-d of tlie IIiiln clplphln, Xew York and Bnlliiuorc flnrketN. Tliiawill also be found fho ahortest, qnlckeat, and moat direct rente for stork to New lork (via AUentown) and with fewest changes. The BATES OF FREIGHT to aud from points lo the West by the Pennsylvania Central Rail road are at all times as favorable aa are charged by other Kailroa'i Companie. .f.V.B particular to mark package "Via Penn.vlvamu CestkaL B. B." For Fnlght Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply to or address either of tLe following agent of the Company : S. B. KINGSTON. Jr., Freight Ag t Pbila. C. A. CARPENTER, Freitrht Afj't Pittabnrgh. CLARKE A CO , Transfer Agents, Pittsburgh. H. V. BROWN A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. T. B. BURKE, Madison, Indiana. MOKEHEAD A CO., Louisville, Krntncky. W. M. AIKMAN. Evan-iTille. Indiana. R. F. SASS, St. Louis, MisMnri. CLARKE A CO., Chicago, Illinois. J. II . McCOLM, Portsmouth, Ohio. ! J. af. LO E, JHj.ybville, Kentucky. HALL A CO., Marietta, Ohio. K. AVERS, Muskinrum River. W. H. A E. L. LANGLEY, GallipoIi, Ohio. A. P. STULTZ A CO., Zaueiville, Ohie. N. H. HCIS('N", Ripley, Ohio. P. R. WILSON, Nashville, Tenneaiee. H. H. HOI STON, Gen. Freight Ai t, Phil. E. H. WILLIAMS, Gen. 8up't, Altuona, Pa. FAST FREIGHTS. I'tflOX LIVE 'AK.tare Rnn Thron-h Ly Pennsylvania route to Principal Western Citiea withont transfer, and all shipments by this Uns TIME CONTRACTS wUI bo guaranteed a fal low : Boston ia ( hirngo .7 Its irk lo " 6 Ihv Phllntlclphia to " .1 Kii'vn Knliimor to 5 l!iys With a fortVitnro of S Cfnt jht 10) lha. for evi-rv 'a dlay, which will be l.roiatiy raid by West eru Acenta. r.rtit orjt-ring freight front Hie East ehouM onler packajea marked "I'oiun Lme," and refer shippers for contracts Ac, to GKO. J. HARK1M, 77 Washiuston St., Buton. J. L. GOS3LKK, JT1, Broadway, New York. J0US MrKXKiHT, 415 c'lieitnut St., Pliila. lUAS.-". 4ww3, cor. (.enter scutphsm., Baltimore. Shippers from the West will apply to or a.l.lr.-sa mail for Bills of Lading, Ac, or any desired in formation : W. V. CDAKTILER, Chicago, Illinois. S. P. THATCHER, , N. Uigh-at, Columbus, II. W. BROWN, nw. Third-st, Ciucinnati, O. W. H. 8TKWART, Cleveland, Ohio. A. B. TUOHPSoN. Rewcomerstown, O. W. It. HAZLEIT. Zanesville, O. SAMl'LL V. GRAY, lndianap.ilia, IdJ. J. C. DAVIS, Fort Wayne, la.l. E. P. BRYANT, Terre Haute, In.!. W. K. ROBINSON. 324 Main-,t., Lcuiasille.Ky N. STEVENS, 43 OUve.st., St. Louis, Mo L. R. WILSON, Nashville, Tecu. JAS. TALLMADGE, Jr , Memphis, Tein. D. S. GRAY, Supt. Union Liue, Columbus, . mavl THE r.REAT I .IOX GIFT CONCERT i TO UK DtLVX AT 'VER d THEATRIC, WAtsaiNGToN, D. C, WetlncsUny, July 23, 1 SOU. Number oTTicseta ijfntd, 125.0CO. Prico &1 tacu. 30,000 Valuable Ciifla wortb 8133,391 will be prose-tiled lo Tirkcl holder. THIS IS THE GREATEST INDUCE MENT ever cflVred lo the nnblic, one ticket tlio you and try, Ve of auy tlint so we our Try la power a it I VU3 It the For For LI3T OP TR1ZES : 1 Gift in Graenbjca 1 1 1 lu 7.30 U. S. Bouda iu GneulMckaH..wv Jl each 1 Throo-atory Brick Houae on Third-st. east, between Alassacbusetts ave. aud North C, Capitol Hill, Waah- luion, v. ... 1,600 1 Ftce Lot Adjoining the above residence north, 40 fett front by 95 deep to an amy Kin KfjDre Grand Piiinosi at SttUO t-nr.hi & loeonaaloo j.; 30 Gent a Gold Watcbea at Wch; 17 Lilly's rllui Watchoa at $150 10 Latly'a Liamond Watcbfs t Jf'icach; American Hantiog cae U'atihee at ?75 each; tiewinK Machioea from $5ij to Si 00 each; 10 Plated Tea its at ?75 eorb; lo SiTer ( aa tortatflri ?ch; C,U0U Albania Intra $.'t to aui 850 Gold ttingi from 5 to Slo erh; 2,W0 Pent, in boxu, at $.1 each; 2 OU Gold Lined and Co pa at $i each; 4,fXJ Pair Gent'a Sleevo Buttora from $ to 8 each; 9,000 Books, Cotlery, c, from 62 to S5 each; all 30,000 gift tbo total value ofahichia 8133,291. drawing will take place after the Concert, the atae; ot tho theatre, where 2,of0 peraona witneae it. A comaiHU-e will be appointed by and.ence to an per intend the same. All pur chaaera and agents will be anpplied with coriect of drawings aa toon aa published. Partita tickets will retain them nntit after the drawing, and if their number appeara in the list drawn numbers, they will forward their tickets ianndiatfly, with full directions aa to the a hip pi of goods or moneys. Tickets are for aale at principal hotels, book aod mnsie atorea in the and at our office, 346 Pennsylvania avenna, Sixth and Seventh. Price 91 00. aod reliable Agents wanted in overy city, aod village in th United States, to whom inducement are offerei. Befereneea re f?rit Special Terms or Club Rales. party procarii ga clnb of five or more namea tickets and forwarding ns ihe money for the will te allowed the following commissions, WI W1XL StND 2.OH0 1.000 5,500 "IT disease, ever. It affords It than It that It moat No Da. liquid, Da. Bapid Da. road office. 0. Hew BaXA (1 5 Ticketa to oe add dm s for... lo .$ 4 50 . 9 00 20 17 5" 3,1 " 41 2 2 40 36 0(1 50 " . 43 60 luo ' . ho 00 every case aei d th9aame and peat ofSce ad of each aeparate aubscribtr. Money by dratt, P.O. order, express, or in reg istered letters, may be aent at cur risk. com am nidation) shmttd be addresaed to VINCBNT, Bl'TTaRFlKLD A VJ.t 2lc Pennsylvania At., Washington, D. 0 O. Lock Box 06. . proprietor will Uouate to the directors of the National orphans' Home Institution, $z,O0o. . BCFERINCES. Hod. ThomM Hood, Bladiaon, Wis. At. Walker, Ksq., Adrian, Mich. F. Bradley, fc-q., Chicago, 111. A. Weiaberg, Importer of watches, Chicago. A. Ellsworth, Esq., Washington, D. C. tt.C. DeWitt, Eq., Cleveland, Ohio. Hoa. Wm. M. Bntterfteld, N. T. Hon. Heary Barnw, Detroit, Mich. Gen. Charles T. Campbell, Waukesha, Wis. Maj. Enoch Totten, Wanhiogton, I. C. B Eldredge, Esq., Adrian, Mich. Flinn, Esq , late C. 8. Navy Agent, Wash ington, D. C. B. Editors ot country papers araauthorized I act aa oar airents, aod tbey wiil be allowed tail commissita oa ail ticketa ordered, whether for I tbemnelvaa or. other parties, who may ordt-r them. Froposala for inserting thii &j. vertieement are rpqnestM. Jtil9-rW8 culiarly or has Tl fact 41 (first married from causes, It is Over posanaa rent . lie aad Ladies him Be and mean for and MILLINERY GOODS. BOSKETS AT REDUCED PBICES. Wa have largely ihio&d our prices for TRIMMED BONNETS. FOB BABGAIB3 IU; Millinery Goods 00 10 .. WORaAlf, ROOT at- TO. SEA .SIDES! Jost reoarved bj L. BENEDICT & SON. ' AT WT.rt.l5 ri ttrrrr. FAIITISTOCK'S WHITE IBIO-l Its. 11 fro re artiota, aad pMmalnt adagra. BBeaaaa and whitaaaaa arsannaltad bj aaj other lor aala by aUBOHILL ft BB0THTB, H araaXlsti m Oatarltft, They to cases per strongei Office Bole twenty nary aad rPHE 1 For large " 109 MEDICAL. DOLLARS FREMITI! I 100 08 SPKBHATTORRiiaA, 6LEET, AC AFTEB AND- itmpoteiicy Cured, ALL OTHER TBI ATM EST FAILS. BBU A. GIBHON. Formerly ef New York City, will pay one hundred dollars for the proof that he ever fails to enre the above named diseases. Be will pay the aame sum for the proof that any other Physician in the United States treats the aame disease with equal ancceas. After many years of Laborious study and experience Ar. iriuron u anppj in Deing aoie to announce to toe unfortunate, wet no naa periectea a ayateia of treat Kent for THE SPEEDY AND PERMANENT (inRC of the above, and alao all ccntacioua dittea of the Reproductive Organs, with all bad eQecu aria: tag DEBILITY OR NERVOUS PROSTRATION. Hqhassnoceeded incurinir caaesin this city, aoma of wuuui nrwi pipnouHi ouuumis oi ootiara Wltn .V ir atyled phrciaua, who prole8 to treat all private aaisiikiiifa im ruixdm, auu wiuioui recoiTioaj taa least particle of betieilt. Dr. Oibaoa doa not boast that be la a member el some ooufre in uonaon or rans, as pernaps aome ivr ilc purpw m ennnann uie innooent, aud who hold out great expectations, never to be rualiaved. Bat what Dr. O. might toaatofis this, that he is able togiveontiro satixfaction to those wfao re aoae couhdence in his ability and integrity, and that nam peiiw-MHi n averKaD aatem ot treatment which cLalleajretj any Puyiiciao ot London or Paris. fx any patent med'cine, to x)Qal for the radical cure of aeminal weaknem, and all dieeaaea or derango ment, both mental and physical, enaiag from aexa al or serret abuse. Dr. Gibcon also claims for his nejr treatment tho following adrantagfs over all others yot dircevered. And, Cist, the agents used are In no roepecta dis acrectttle ; benaea no relics of the dark ages, such aa Mercury, or any other deleterioua drnr : awrwiiw bo reatriction in diot or busmoas ia required; third, his treatment in positive and certain iu all cages. He rtacds prepared to go Into auy public or private hospital in the CnitMi S la tea, and demoiutTate the liuuit-unr auriiuiHi ui Ull Off. IJeaunent OVOr an cthr now knowa in the world, ln point of prompt- t-w, ix-ifiinuru.,, umuuin, fMW BU1U WUVOlUeaOe to tho Patient. lr. Gibson is permanertly located in Cleveland and has during the past five years perlormed mmt cures of aiatasee wuicfa had for year resisted all othi modes of troatefnt. Roferencee can be grv?n loiclitidnalB of tho firet resr-ctiit ility in CJevtTand Boston, New York and other cities, tn recard to slrill and integrity in all protra.uoi.al tranaactiooa. DV reptia, Rheumatism, Scietnla, aU distaaos of the I'l-ii-iair vikuui, nu an moronic E'iseaaea troated avai (Hi u.;-; - -a,ut to aoy part ol the country, receipt of t-n dollara. lr. 0bmn,a new work oa Physiology for sale DB. GIBSON. Paorrx&soa or Elect ko pa tut and Midi ohm Office I Ij Seneca street, a few doors froni Superior, Y nmjaan, lilifi T l in vil iJOiej, av-urtice hoars from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock yUY tonn.iays excepreq). Jan 17 a . jsreaiiing Up Sweei-lng Everything Before I rXIVEUSAIi FAMILY FRIEXD, DODD'S GREAT REMEDY POB Colds! AND OClilSO TI1KIR KFFECT8. This medicine Is a preat aucceaa, because it meets wants of crry tueinberof tho family. When ink coid, resort at once ta the FEVER. CIRE OR SWEATING DROPS! yon can break it npin a hurry. II EAR TIIE VOICE. XThe nudersipucd, fear nine that IU. DoDD'8 PKVKRCUKK or SWKAT1NO DROPS ia to be faxtenttireiy oaerua lor sale throughout tho coun ntsireiofris-e onr leniimony toitsvrteat Talue, hv used this medicine in ourf-- lies, some us fur 10 and 12 years, and aro aA..;stumod to oepena upon it wtienoTer any eiie ia attacked with of tha many symptom of colds. Wo know for Suppression aud Irregularities, to which many Ladies are iinbject in this climate, it ia a timely relief Pleurisy, liheumatistn. Soreness of Mti'cIm, Infl itnai n.c W W Araataaraj, Ormt;),, BuTV uiroai, tjcir., yieia o us power, ana is nicaeiotia wiiouever ttie ury, (evermh patient needa atnit tuingto inauce reirning moisture and sIocd, recommend it as an honest, reliable family J. Carroll, Union Straw Worka, Foxboro, Mast. J. li. Howard, JToremaa South Eos ton. Iron uompAtty. J. W. Peckett, Printing Ink Man'ftr, 19. T. ciy. Pr. Thomas Sweet, Providence, R. I. Frederick Paine, Depot Master, Mansfield. Mali, F. II. Mure hall, Maiiutacturer, Cocbeeett, Uavsa. L.T. Holmes, AttltUjro, Mass. Aod 113 OTHERS, wh.iao namoa ran be seen at omco. it coats toe much to advertise them, the medicine yooiidf. Price 91. AU Drug gists sell it. ALSO. DODD'S NERVINE ! Is a SPECIF!-' for what is termed IVEKVO USIVESS ! an aromatic, - therial tPdence, of great and absolute DTrity. It ia a 8K DAT IV IE. soother of the Nen and nerveus excitement. contair.-, mi un J , UOKPHINK. or injori- UllICUtHe! NOTICE THIS jIPORTANT FACT I t'olite other prepariiii r.s for Nervous DIx-ade. it relievos uostivenesB uitfad of producing it. allay-i all irritati n, and produces a delicious eenseof repoae calm- t lie agitated mind quiets throbbing muacK- ,ud twitching nervea and reiirsthe waste o" Ira Titai force. THIS IS C&ttTAlri. For NErRALOT. i-o DODTCS SKRVTSI NERVOUS DKMl.l iY naa Dodd's Nervine. jrorbliiCKPLKSSK.-S use DodJ a Nervine. Meatal Excitement, Losa of Strength, and Avery lorm t-i rtervoua JJiseaae, USE DODD'S NERVINE Price fl.no. Sold i.j drnrrista renerally. STRONG A AR Cleveland. Janlt'Rt i'.ONG, Wholesale Afrenta. H. B. KTOKML A CO., ' John Stroet, Kew Tork. , - - lT. - ' M A A n HMfWIaaa. p d.UUOOMU'J, O j remedy: AND MOD' OF TREATMENT IS .THE ACIK OP PERFECTION. ecret ambush of this terrible ttes it, root and branch, for- PtKRTKATIS tht and cxtermi Eemovcs all tht wretched symptoms of this trtme malady, so l averts consnmption. lllTCLEsinvtaBMsa. .irndoriioa the breath, and the moat gratt ml rt-lior. Alleviate8 mnr agony and silent anfferLng tongue can tell. is Noted for curing tha moat hopeless cases, every known ni.-n.ns failed in. Craca Hay, Ilfv.,. and Periodic Catarrh, of tha obstinate and violent types. Form of Catarrh or noiao n the head can re sist its penetrating iower. Goodalb's Catarrh Remedy ia a harmless inhaled from the palm of the band. B. Good a li is known throughout the coun try, as the Author of tho only True Theory of Ca tarrh ever pa blinked Mods of Treatment and Core in all its forma. Goodale'b Pamphlet on Catarrh ahould be by every one. It can ba obtained at our near est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to onr Price II 00. Bend a stamp for pamphlet. B. PABKEB, Sole Agent, 76 Bleecker street. York. hv Q. W. CL-ABK, Cleyalaad. fab8:B3 Special otice to Ladies. rT IS ALL IMPORTANT THAT ladies ahonld have precarationR aneciallv adapted for complaints to which thev are pe subject, at once aafe, healthy and certain, that they should consult ona who has made this treatment his special atndy. DR. A. M. WAFRICEAr, ProfeHPMr of IiNea!aet or Women. ' been in extensive and enccesatul practice lor ptTta.rd oft liirt a jaa b rvj ;irvanul OsTica. aa that speaks for itself ami is known to thou sands of ladies aa the author of The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion," published in 1S47.) specially intended for ladies iu delicate or precarious health; whteh every lady will perceive his thorough knowledge cf her complaints, symptom and and their s fe illful and immediate t reatment. a Ufa-long, it-liable adviser aod compaiuon. HALF M11L10X LADIES it. Every husband abouid have it. It ia by mail, pricf $1. guaranteee a safe and Immediate and t-ffica-ciona cure of ail special difficulties, irregularities obstructions, either in person or by mail. from all parts of the United States oonsnlt with the greatest confidence and certainty of CAFTION TO LADIES. sot imposed upon by tha cheap, worthies injurious nostrums or 4 Female Pills," 'Powders," " Drops," palmed upon the credu lous and ignorant, who are deprived of their as well as of their health. Ladies can send MThe Married Woman's Privato Medical Companion," or consult Dr. Mariceaa by Utter, so guard again Ht impositions. MARRIED AMD SINGLE LADIES whodetrlrea safe and certain mnedy for irregu larities or suppressions of nature, from whatever can rely upon oie celebrated Female Monthly Pill?, Composed of rare and costly Imported extracts. area reliahl specific for ladies. Pleasant the taste, being sugar coated, healthy and cer tain in all cases. They cannot fail. In recent they succeed ia forty-eight hours. Price $3 box. In obstinate cases, tlioe two degrees should be ased. Price 5. Ko Agents appointed. Address 1R. A. M. MAFRICE4U, Professor of Diseases of Women. 129 Liberty-fit, or Box 1224, N.Y. 1 Agent and Proprietor for upwards of I years. Tbey are aent by mall, in ordi- I letter envelopes, with full instructions advice. All We next before call verv yard. similar will at Mantle chased enables Silks, My from ith and Water All ICE Bird For mayl'-Sag told For TEE Ol j TEETH, ICE. PCKE SPBIXa POXD ICE. CLEVELAND ICE COMPANY are imvr prepared to fcrnfih yaaiiUaa, BaU raads, Hotala, c, arith Pure Spring Fond Ice the aeaaon, at aa reasonable rates any other Company in te city. Coatracts aatred into'tbr aad email qnantfrlea, AH orders for ahi- pinaprotnpuy atteadad to. ueav. or den Snperior strMt. Made Proprtt-tors qiHK other DRY GOODS. rui.1. STOCK Linen Clothing MEN AND BO YSa VESTS, PAIVTS& COATS While, Brown & Cream Buck .2S j. n. Dkwitt a co., Koa. 7 and 11 Public Sqnare. HOSIERY. gQQ DOZEN KNIT MIXED .Iro d.iz. La-li'a' Wliita Cotton Iloao, Received oo old contracta and which we offer at old pric-a. H. HALLE a CO,, Jci'Ji 147 Kiv.r atr.et. 50 DOZEN DIAGONAL AND Belknap Shirts. (0 doz. Duck Overalls. Jt28 SI. 1TALLE A CO., 117 Water atreet. E. I. BALDWIN & CO. Offer this day Plain and Fancy Linen DrlUs for Boys, luttonaues, nankins and 'rweeus, r SamiBur d-atinaud CMimrrM, Ladies1 Ssckingn aad Ctoaklnga, 5-4 Wltito Urgandiea, Shirred and Pi ailed Cambrics, Foulard Silks. In the Cloak department a fall assortment of exact 3flk Garments. Lace Points Llam and Pnfher, Cloth Sucques and Basques, jane 14 E. I. BALDWIN CO. Ford & Wagner Contemplating a removal of their place of bnsinesa Dive mis usy toarKpn noara onr enure siock PU-aaecall autl examineoar HOSIEitl AXD GLOVES Kids at 75cts per Pair, Table Linen Cheap. Towelin?, Bird's Eye Lin?n Wcmaku apecislity, anil ran nnilfrsell aoy hoase ia ttus city. Jaconets, Swih-'s SMrred Muslin, Nainsooks, Tucked Muslin. A bew kiuJ of Cooda for WHITE WAISTS AT Ford & Wagner's, ia i'rm.ic qi arp.. Hid Cifloves Ouly ,S5cts rcr Pair. goods marked fn Pr.ATN FIGCUES and at Velvet Ribbons in all Colors. will eell our goods ftt reduced pri--es for the twenty daya. in order to reduce our stork removing enr place of biuio sa. tii re oa a on your way down street. Marseilles Tr.mni.ng, Ru!BIC2orall kiud at FORD & WAGIIER'S, 16 Public Square. June7 BEST BARGAINS OF TUB SKASOX, An assortment ot Printed. White Mohairs, fashionable for dresses, at only 5o cenU a This is about one-htlf the general price of goods. Alao, good quality Brocade Alpac as, only 6o cents a yard, with a splendid stock of Stammer Dress Goods, whicu 1 positive! t n d ounce be sold lit lower piicea than can be ".rrhased any other hnse in the city. tf. H Yttl a N, juneZ lorner superior-si. ani . ud. Mnare. BLACK SILKS. I liavej-t receded a aoleouid asaortroent of thtt at qualities of ana urese Bilfcts. uneae ous were par- at the lowest point of ti easoc, which me to sell them at very t j prices. Per sons wishing to purcnase gcol d cheap Black will save money by calling t o. m i mai a i neap aj v uoodi 6to re. store will be onend every i rtnrdav evening snndowa till lu o'clock. june2 8. H. JUST OPENED AT Hower&Higbee's LINEN COLLARS, LINEN SLEEVES, LINEN SETS, New airier. DOiiA MARIAS!! IS luc, Green, Drab, Brown. We are also offering! iFrancoi Celebrated ".aAllemard Hid Gloves ! .At One Dollar per fair. It j Are U San Jeana, prices kinda, ap4 Skirt ith tame on REFRIGERATORS. REFRIGERATORS, &c. "PLEVEN DIFFERENT SIZES AND paiMriiB, lnciBtaing Schooly's Celebrated Iceberg. JEWET'S PALACE, the American Patent Ventilation atmlied. other st!s, for sale cheap for cash at manu facturers' prices. Also Cooleri and Water Filters, ICE PITCHERS, sUd, auitahla for atora or hoase ate, ami Torrej-' 4 minute CREAM FREEZERS ! From two to twenty quarts. VHgem, irons Fnrnlshlna; dooda, aKO etc., ae at th. well-known Stova and Grata Co.. porinmof W. L. HALVIN, wn. sn Pnhlie Sinare, Cleveland, O. i And : Tha j AGRICULTURAL. ATTK.MI0S 1 FAKSKK.S t GAKII NEBS. The BEST and tH FA PEST PLOWS in thia market are thoa. anafactnred Lf TonnglOTe, Masser A Co. aale is aaat variety at CLEVELAND AGRICULTURAL W0LK3. mar31:326 AO. Centre atreft. LT1 VAlObS AXil S110VKL PLOWS rcvdeintb? best manner, and with STEEL of the mat approved form. MannfakCtared and for sale by Toangloye, Xassey Co., irar31:326 No. 39 Centre street ROY LAWN AXD CAE3EX E0ILKK8. One of these vaTnaUe Implements should be by every aron leaving a LAWN te keep la and by every KDi-NKli, and sold by of the CA?talaa4 AgsMbltrrral Worts. BR8T M0WIti MACBI' 1I0BSK BAKES. HAT FORKS -m aa AgricQltnral Impleznents the CLETB1 AJs AGBjrTAUBAIj WOBI3. vs Onter st i m flMrSlretn j . " ilo I I " ' your bat I - W DRY GOODS. MOURNING G3NGHAIV1S SCOTCH GINGHAMS Jait received. E. R. GEISW0LD& Co. 217 Snperior Street. js-26 NEW DRESS GOODS. J. M. flOWER & CO., 124 Outario-St AEE DAILT BICHVIHO KCW SVMMIB DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS SILKS. 0UB SIIK BKPAtlTMIST 18 COMPLaTl. ALSO SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. CUB STOCK or HE COLLARS, IKES SLEEVES, LIS E!t SETS, not excelled la this market. Alao roll Has of HOSIERY and BILK OLOVI8. Alao fall Una ALEXANDEU aLID CL0VE3. at Duett ia utttarta its. Crnmb,Iaslington& Kendall HOSIERY. VERY FINK LIN Ladiea Whits Cotton Hoae, Ladies Brown do do I adies Lace Hote. Mtiuea Bleached and Drown, all aizes. M.irin Fancy Hoae. B.v Half Hose, very rheap. Ladiea Hibbed and Plain White Cotton Hoae at Bargains. (jue--) C, B.tK. SELDi,B1OTM PEARSON receiving daily choice and elegant styles of opriog aaa Bununer DKESS GOODS ! Wnlcb we offer at onpreceoUd low p.iccs. Oar SHAWL DEPARTMENT replete with all the choicest styles of th sea son. cu ana see tnea. Umbrellas and Parasols! We offer a leleet aad varied assortment. MARSEILLES QUILTS, LACE CURTAINS ! A full stock. HOOP SKIRTS, BRADLEY'S They recommend themselves. EidOlores at one dollar a splendid article. PRINTS! PRINTS ! New and deairable patterns. Oar Domestic Denartment fa fall of the choicest of Bleached and Brown Cottons, Drills aad Ticks and beaims. otrlpeo and Checks. Call and pnrohaae yonr DBT OOOOS at low of SKLBf, BBOWN a FKABSON, majlb lau Ontario atraat. Opening of Spring Cloaks AT E.T.Hower&Co's How road j all taa latest novelties la ' Spring- Garments ! Orders received1 and promptly executed. Just received a foil stock of WHITE GOODS . a vn Housekeeping Good ! ALSO, choice stock of of HOTTT HOHAM LACB and MUSLIM Cl'BTAIHS. with DBT GOODS of all on the cornar. H. T. HO HTB at CO., SCPIBIOB 8TBCBT. KArrMAS afc BROq and Corset Manufacturers! REMOVED TO STTPBRIOB 8TBES7T. next to Bacond Preabvtariaa Ctinrch. Their Btora haa biasn newly fitted p. all the convenience and faeititiea to aalt ens- ra. Wa ask the attention of oar frianda aad cnatomers to call and tea our new Btora ; opening Tnoreday, loth of May. KALr-MAM a BUO., 31i4Snpertort , . mayH:1tl3 Nat to Jd VrHebyterian Chnrch. 3B 7 tJO SUNDRIES. Attention ! FARMERS, - CARDNERS, CARBON OIL REFINERS, DRUCCISTS, ;V. MECHANICS, tdmlture Sannlaetorers t Dealer, S - t HARNESS MAKERS, CISTERN BUILDERS, - MASONS, tha ootlic generally. . . ! subscriber keepa eoatBtaatly on hand, awia 1 Warcrooms, Ho. iii MerwLu Street,' cxeveiva i, onto, BONE DUST, PLASTER PARIS, AND WATER LIME. SAND PAPER, NEATS FOOT OIL, Afadcarletlhairibi Settees, Sofas & KattraKes. -ALS0, CATTLE HOIRNS, e eraU Kinds an j-uUes Andai- a'l,l,t'"-1'M aua' ... .. asuMt- kr. aa It srOl ha (or intar tat ta anrchaas cf Sn haada, and havs one pr rSI I. far. ; couitrt. mas souuriB fitosntriuo a FVdjt ara an cut ?alt aa'f Is alwsji tiianiTis. i 1-40 , 1 rt Us RAILROADS. Chaage r Time, October itta, TIA THE ATLANTIC aSEKAT WKSrS BAIT. WAT . U 'IJIPfWIJ r CJ-nAa!Stj Iheoniy Unbroken Broad Cnage oatC rTfWO Train. Call, Laa.a Cleveland, from tas JL Atlantic a Great Hat tarn Depot: BAT IXPBK8S A. at. Arrive ta N.. TnpB ,'--i w KIOHT IXPBISS ., p' M Arrrra ia Mow York . . ,,tiv-ao. f Mall traia laa... CJmJ..J fh. i.i. i...n. .t :10 A. M., arriTina; at &:6 P. M. Train, arriaa ai Clav.lan4 T-iA . m .rut fcaor.a. Trains (or Tonnawtown laaaa Oeralari) at a19a. -. and 4:16 V. . arriv. .t 4'.U..'.nJ un . . aad 7:00 p. a. Thia bt tha only direct roate to tha 00 Beglaa Of PennaTlrania. Paaaenarera bv thaft:3fl ar a.r.M. Tnl. Mn aad take aUaaaing Car at Headline. raaaencera j the -6 r. u. Kxpress Traia, ret ieeainr Car at leaTiltsbore. Tha rfia4rt Iivim. Im.m n.m . tM.a afSatBCTda. night. A Mhar RainadaUj 8on- 1 .uapcea. vonnecte at BTHwilt. ' . m, w w. ftirry, and aH pomia in th. Ou Keaiona of fona sylvania. Paaaamnrs bv this ronU kava arnnU l an saiaataa), at regular hoars, for steals, aad aaaka Haw and eiegaa OMrping Coaches ara tachadto Ni(ht Traina. Voc all ialorauttloa aad thronrh ticketa. rtmmmm aaplv at tha Depot of the Atlantic 6real West ara Railway, or at the Union Ticket OSce, aadac OssnitKUaaa will call fhr tjaasaanrs, bv liaTiax liracUM. at to. abor. offica. D. MCLABX5, SaaT Sas't. r. nrLLTB, Cen. Ticket Ag at. CLKTXLASD ii Ues. KSIS KAILBOAS. fiCMXSlt ABitAXiGCaiET. lilt. 0 and after Monday, Maj Hth, Paaaeager Trains will ran aa fellows, (.Sunday aaseptsi: LKAV1 CLEVELAND 6:30 A. M. NEW TOBK KXPBKSS-Ateps at PaineSTille, Madison, Aaht'-.laitv E.inville Springfield and Girard, and arriv at Kne at 9:50 A, M., Dunkirk liA i V. A., Eatfalu 1:35 P. M., New Tork I 'm A. 31. and Xtottoa at 4 00 P. M. .60 A. M. DAY KXPEES TBA IS Stops al PaiiMevlllfi, Geneva, Ashtabula. Connenut aad Cirard, b4 arrives at Ano at lr& p. m., Dnnktrk 8:4ft r. sr., Boffalo Vd p. a.. Hew Tork at 12:00 m.. Boston 4:U0 r. w. ftBOP. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS T it A 117 Stops at Paineaviile, Ashtatml and iiirard aad arrives at Ins oH6 p. ., Dantirt S 36P. a., BntTalo 10:0i p. iirw trh S:a6 p. M.. Boaton r. H. 8:4 P". M. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Stops at all atatkms, itcd ani.rs nt f.rie T:4& p. M. -P. M. MIGHT MXPBE88 TBAI5 Stos at Painesville, Ashtabnla and Girard, and arrives at Krfe 1:W a. w., Drtrlrk 3:1A A. BaOalo 4r50 a. a., Kew Vork Vj.30 p. Boston 11:60 p. at. LI A VI EBTrf. 1:1 A. H. STEAMBOAT KXFSCS TRAIN Stops at Girard, Conneant, AsiitAtfilaand Painesvills, aad arrives at Cit-voiand at 6:0f. a. m. 8:35 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS TBA IN 3 tors at Girard, Ashtabula aad PainesvtUe oalT. and arrives at CWvoland at ?- H a. w. 9:1 A. M. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Stops at all station and arrive at Cleveland 10:15 a. m. 10:10 A. M. TOLEDO EXPIiZSS TEAIN tStojs as ui luwiM except awtutvuia, f-iy-brok. Uaionville, Porry, Mentor and Wtk lme. and arrives at Cleveland at 2.1o p. at. 4S P. M. DAY KXPBK8B TBA IN Stops at 6 i card, Conneaot, Ashtabala aad PaiofSTil only, and arrives at Clevsland 1:60 p. sr. aW" somu1 Class Cars are raa oa ail throsfh trains. All Pa rough trains colnr Wfrtwanl conrtect at Cleveland with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Colnm bns, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Loois,Ao., and aU throngh trains going Eastward connect at Dun kirk with the trains of the Erie Kill way; and at BaOialo with those of the New Tork Central A Eris Bui roads for Kew Tork, Albany, Doe tea, Niagara Falls, Ac, and at Erie with trains on the Philad-lthia A Kriettailroed. for Corrr. litnsriUa. Pit Hole Uty aad the groat Oil Regions. rDay express aat ana west, connects at Girard with trains on Erie A Pittsburgh Railroad for IdxtaMville, Meadville, Jamestown, Ao. Ji. aoTTiAUUAji, sgpttnttaBCeau Cleveland. May 14th. l(frS. kail:;uau. ls8 SCMIIEB ABA2iGCMENT. OS aad altar Monday, Hay 14' h, lsn. Paeeen tfT Train, will laav. CLEVELAND aa fel lows: lar TBAIN 7:4o A. M. CliCiBNATl Si- PBEsr?, stopping ai Bcvwa, Ur.ftoa, el;n. Wa, N. tendon, ohelby, Cnetliue, Qalioa, Iberia, Gilead, Cardinetot:, Ashley, lVlawara Lewia Center, and Worthiestoo, arrlvinz a Goloinbaaat 1:1a P. KI., Cincinnati a:3y f. If., Indianapolis, e:45 P. M., Chicac va Crestline. 11M W P. M. SdTBAIN ST45 r. M. siw tobb: WrFT. EBN KIPBKlfS, atoppin at iVrea, Sraf ton, Wellington, New Londen, and all ata tiona eoata of Kew London, arriritut aa OoUmbaa at -10 P. M., Cincinnati 4:u0 A. M.. Chicago, via Creetime. :)A. M. TRAIN LISP. M. GALIUM PASSEVOSA, Btops at all stations, arriving at tiauoa at 8:00 P. M. 4TBTBAIK etaOP.M. RIGHT EX PBES8,at ping as Grafton, wailmajton, Pi.w iinloa, Hhelby, Creatlina, Gallon, Gitead, Carding ton, Ashley, and Delaware, arriving at Co lam baa al 1.60 A. M., Cincinnati 6:W A. 11., lndianapolia T:4A A. at., Chicago via Creat lina. 11:3" A. M. TBaINS LEAVE COLUMBUS at 12:15 a. a W.W a. ., 3.-UU p. BU arnva aa varvaiaa. a:00a. a.. 1:10. a., :3lr. a. IHtMasAPOLIS AND WESTEBH EXPBESS, 4ea.rGallonatS:0vA, M.tarrivea at Ctera UadSOA.H. 0OSHECTI0KS : BraSLtar-aodnsky, Manaleld a Newark Balf. road, SO Mananeld, Mi. veraen. Kewark, 7".n vi. Ac. CBaWTLlXlS Jittsbnrah, Ft. Wayiiea Chlcaav raliroawl u roreet, kpper baadaaky, Hel pboa, LiatSs Fort Wayne, 'Chicago, Ac.Weat, and Eaat far Jtansneld, wooatar, Maaailloa Ac. Th. first aad Foattli Trains make direct eoa aectloB. via Fort Wayaa tor all points o. Toledo a Wabaah Bad Grant Wealara Ball- OALKrti Bellefoatalna Ballroad Lino, fcsr Ha- tiaat, aellefoatainas Bidney, Union, Nnae. lndianapalia, Torre Raate, Vincennea, Evans villa. Lonisvitle. Cairo, fit. Loais. Ac. DELAW ABC with Springfield Bran.h for Spring. 11.1 d COLCMBCS Little Miami k Colnmhos aad Xenia Bailroad, for Xenia, Paytcn Indianapolis, Terra Haa to, St. Loo is, Morrsw, Loveland, and Cincinnati, aad with th. Ohio Bad Miir ftaalnn Bailroad CrSCJta NATI for Loniavlllo, Zvanavm., Cairo, Ht Loais), aad all nointa on tha Ohio Kiver. COLCJ-B1j8 Central Ohio Bailroad for llewara. T Wheellni ac; colamoas a in- daanaBolia Central rUHroela tor Pitjua, TJr baaaa, ac. atar Wor tleaata to all point, and Information ap pay at faaaenaer o..iuu, n m su. i. uim Tiokat Ofloe, 1 gnaartor "reat. a), o. m Lin Cleveland, May M, I8C6. Baperintendont. CLKYILAffD k TOLEDO 2K SEMMEA ABBAKGJ.31E2.T. lo. OW and mitmz Monday, Way ltth, lfW, trains will lenv. VTisT.laad daily a. follows (aandays aflbmntadlt S A. . CHICAGO IT. PBESS, stop, at Berea, uraitoa, oaevtia, waaamaa, norwaia, biob roavtUa, Bellevaa. Clyde, rrratrn and El aiora aad arrives at Toledo at 12:10 r. a., Ohacacr at 11:0 r. nr., and Detroit 6:50 r. a. p. a-WISTEBal MAIL Stop. BA all sta tions on Bontnera inviuon, ana tmns Toledo at To r. a., Chicago 5:lfl A. a., and Detroit ad 10:4ft a. a. P- M.daOiiTnSBH MArL Stops at all tta- tioa. ao avutta xiiviaion ana Brrivea at aaaacitry at s r. a. SO f. M. lmt EXPBESS Sta-M at Sraftoa. Oaarlhm, aaoafsaak, anroavu.e, Llyooaoa rrsm.nl. and acatyea la Toledo at LOO a. a., Chicago at Mr.ao a. at., and IK troit at l-J.Uj a. a. Ooaaactiona ara B?ada at Monroevilla with ih gaadaaity.ManalleMa Vawark Bailroad; a: Sandus ky with Uiay tarn a Cineinaati Bailroad; at FreBaoni arith th. Vramont A Indiana Bailroad ; and at To ledo with tha Michigan Soatbera a Northern In dian, aad Tatado a Wabaah .Railroads for Chicago, Detroit, Jackson, Port Wayne, Lojrsnsport, LaXaj.. atta, Oair., Alton, St. Laatad all patats West, porthweet aad Sonthweat. Traina arriv. in Ck-valaad froai Toledo and tha West at feflA. a., 1:20 T. a., and 0:tu r. w. Proos pandnaky at W a. a. ia . BDCavEB, piKYKLA5g A PimBlUH ft. K ls64i. BL MMEa AEKA.SGEMENT. OST aad after Monday, - Mar 21st, 186S, Trains will leave Cleveland 1mHj Paday x Septed) as follows : :uu .a. m. BAiii ArriTet as rrtimrKa j t- .; Harnabarga 2:46 a. BltiBor 7 W) a. m.; WashisLtrton o-.2U a. .; PhitadelpUa V.s-IA a aa - K.w Trn-i vria. AlknaltsMa A.M. via Phideinhia 12.06 n. si., U heeliac e 46 r. h. Conaects at Badson with 0. ft. a O. B. A. for Akroa and Mi Hers bnrgb, oon acta at Alliance with P. it. w. A 0. BaU wav tor all doidu west. P. M. EXP EESa Arrives at Pittsburgh at :SO r. at.; BarrisbwrKh 8:45 a. si.; Baltimore 11:30 r. Washington 4:00 r. Phiiaoel- wt iimM.wr. m., a.. w t ""' - - aa a Ph.lrf.Iklsk lV.V B aa 'toeaaJaff 9-30 9. liellair (Beawood a-su eonnectt with Baltimore ana Ohio R. K. P. M.ACCS54MODAri05 Arrives as Al- IJUOS ITWr. s wBra iron ivwruurn run directly throagh, via Endeoa tor Cnjho Patls, Akroa and illrbnrr;hf connecting at Alliance taDd 0rn with f. Ft. W. A 0. Bailway , for Caatoa, Maesillon, Woosr and Mansfield. Oars raa throacb from Ptttsbcrgti to Ifew lora. (via A Hem town) witliont eaanse. aM-Throasb tickets eaa be procured at the Bnkxa Ticket Office, Weddell Bowse, at the Depot, or as Eaclld Street Btatirm. J. a . IKIUA, BTiPeriTltPtyTfTlv PROFESSIONAL. rtlLtlVATlO-H 01 TBI 0ICK.bT"2 J AND OBGAH INSTBUCTJt'n church,) SIS 8HIPHEBD, (Orgaoiat of JaYarch. jnne!4:R17 ?:raIARTHA5, PRACTICAI, Vhyaa for th. treatment ox i oUsaaaa. Booms IS and IS, ad loor,Jonn.n nia Poatomce Boa uyw, umveiaoq, v. r DENTISTRY. TtlTTLlK S SKSS-lIlAKii asm rx--MliLaa w t to Hom. ho. aa ajapeties- street, oppouta v nau a. a. atWaBB. aayl:l51 jqrb aaaaaTxaxa, "CSAS.W.COrWAT W. H0S1I, Ittorneji Cosnsellors at law ajoawai w, aoau.