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' Far Jaeg. of the gautaann Coart. IMUH SCOTT. foe Member of tha Board of Public Work. The Sunrise of Sunset Cox. .rr- - Some ago, as our may pos sibly remember, there strutted on the stage of Ohio politic a very small , but, ia bis own estimation, very important in dividual, known lo the ignoble crowd as Sunset Cox. Champion of Copperheads in Congress and in Ohio, first and loudest in denouncing the unholy war, fiercest in invective against the abolition govern arnment with its drafts and its taxes, was this glib-ton gued Chanticleer Cox of Co lumbus. His last appearance on the stage of action was at the Chicago convention, for the people of his District, not relish ing the infamy which be uttered and en couraged in that convention, overwhelm ed him at the ensuing election with such an avalanche of loyal ballots that he was for the time smothered and silenced. The recent Tammany celebration of the Fourth of July, to which Andrew Johnson, "William H. Seward and Gideon "Welles wrote letters, afforded our wily little Sanset bis first opportunity for re appearance, and he came forth from his long oblivion to the light again with all his Copperhead rhetoric as bright and bis eloquence as glib as ever. The events surrounding bis last appearance and his recent resurrection afford room for refleo tion. The curtain fell upon Cox at Chi cago declaring that Abraham Lincoln bad deluged the country with blood, created a debt of four thousand millions of dollars, sacrificed two million of human lives and filled the land with grief and mourning that "Jefferson Davis was no greater ene my to the Constitution than Lincoln and that for less offenses than Mr. Lin coln had been guilty of, the English peo ple chopped off the bead of the first Charles, and in his opinion Lin coln andDavis eught to be brought to ! the same block together. The curtain rises upon this same Cox in New York strewing praises with lavish hand upon the man whom he and his followers two years ago associated with the martyred Lincoln in. their corses upon Cox still hurling maledictions upon the loyal men of the NorUi, but praising Andrew Johnson, whom they placed in power. The contrast wont! be dramatic, save that in a drama it would be deemed impossible. The first soene shows us Cox advising the murder of Mr. Lincoln, for a . a a- a a a jam. deed which Johnson approved aad rrTh - ' a a t V aP . . 1 V V It - ticipated in, and for which he was equally deserving of Cox's wrath. 'Th scene shifts, and behold Cox crowning as his hero the former associate in "crime" of ' the man who deserved to have his "head chopped off!" ' Somebody has changed front since the ' Chicago Convention of 1861. "Who is it f lias it been a transformation of Johnson or of Cox which causes the latter, who once denounced the first as a tyrant, to laud him as the pattern of a ruler ? The ' people know. From their own altered feel ings toward the Great Apostate, they can understand very well the change in the sentiments of Copperhead Cox. The sad reversion of feeling on the part of loyal - ; ist which makes loathing out of love finds its counterpart in this metamor phosis of Democrats from malignant fries ; to fawning flatterers. The sad change is a mutual one, and. we know not which stamps Andrew Johnson with the deepest infamy, the sad alienation .of his former friend or the sickening adulation of his ' sometime enemies. " But our, bold Chanticleer, not content with his eulogy of Mr. Johnson, sends out hiscrow of defiance load and clear against the Radicals. He announces war against (hem unless they quietly submit to An- ' drew Johnson's policy. There being no remedy in the Constitution for the refusal of Congress to allow rebels to vote, he proposes to seek it outside of the Consti tution by war, by violence and thanks God that Andrew Johnson will be found ready to aid and abet him. Cox lifted up his voice as follows:' " A surely aa 136S shall come, Iherw wriU con tliasaiaaM a, awnbrotiiaf nd war.- Vm lom this matter is averted by timely, mnA , erat aad judicious statesmanship, titer will dome war civil war ; not moral a a war of aNMtions, aa international war, mt a war of commuuitiea, more trm ilihi ahaa the mind can conceive; far inor atrowtom in it result than the war just ended. Ooi help as, then, if Andrew Johnson fail aa ! Bat h will not fail ia that conflict!" "When with praise of a President elected by loyal votes there are mingled dire threats like these against the loval Jforth, our hearts are iilled with sorrow not at the blustering of this dung-hill champion, for it is the idlest and flimsiest nonsense, but at the blind perversity which has o&tVen a man whom' once we loved, to such company and such admirers a this. it a Resignation of Ohio Legislators. - Critchfteld, Geo. B Wright, member of the House from Ham- . . ilton county, and Senator Irion, of the Sixth District, have resigned their teats : ' ' n the Ohio Legislature. Their resigna r. tioos have been received at the State De- -ri .. psvrtment, Oolumbasv and special war- c rants have been issued for the election of , their successors, said election to tak place , in each case on the same day as that set apart for tbe election of Stat officers, on ,, tha second Tuesday in October. ' . . e"e -.p. , i a I i ." '- "I f . a the Judge Kd wards Pierrepont, in bis speech sat tha Taoniam jr p.li Fourth ef Jul y o-ebratkm, suggectad Mayor John T-aHaffBaJir.f2w Yen, as DtwticrBlic candidate for Governor of Irew York. - i i ..ah ml- , , .,:J in and ha POLITICAL. Senator Wade is a candidate for Presi dent pro ism, of the V. S. Senate, to suc ceed Foster. The Nebraska Legislature, which, met at Omaha on the 4th, will set the State Government in metion and elect V. S. Senators. There are serious rumors of corruption in the management of the Department of Secretary MoCullough, which will proba bly result in a Committee of Investiga tion.? ' y c The Mozart Hall General Democratic Oeeawirttsm ot New York Sty, have re solved to send delegates to the Philadel phia Convention. Fernando Wood spoke in favor of this action.. The Democrats of the Fourth N. Y. Congressional District have elected I Curtis Ackmnan, delegate to the Philadelphia Convention. . Kentucky want to el act Gen. Bousseau V. 8. Senator for breaking his cane upon Mr. Grinnell.. The Union candidates to saeceed B. Gratx Brown, U. 8. Senator for Missouri, are Charles D. Drake, Henry T. Blow, and James Lindsay. General Frank P. Blair and Gen. James Shield, are mentioned as conservative candidates. The Hon. Thaddeus Stevens is named by the LtmxuUr Exprta as a candidate for United States Senator. The manner of this announcement hardly permit us to doubt that Mr. Stevens has at last yielded to the public wish nd thrown nis great snonu trengta into tne oreacn of Pennsylvania politics. It is to be ex pected that the complexiou of the Senato rial contest in that state will be material ly changed, and the election of any third rate or accidental Senator prevented. Mr. Stevens himself, we judge, has become the man for the emergency. i Hon. Halbert E. Paine will be a candi date for re-election in the 1st 'Wisconsin District. H L. Palmer, Democrat, and C. L. Sholes, Johnson, will probably run against him. It is supposed that Hon. I. Sloane will be renominated in the 2d District in this state, and Hon. Amasa Cobb in the 3d ; Eldridge by the Demo crats, and Major General C. 8. Hamilton by the Bepubncans in the 4th; Hon Philotus Sawyer, renominated by the Republicans in the 6th District. In the 6th District Mr. Mclndoa having de- clined re-election, there are many candi-1 dates among them. Gen. C. C. Wash- burn, Hon. Wm. T. Price, Hon. S. C. Pound, Hon. H. D. Barron, Hon. Wm. Wilson, etc. I It is but justice to James Mason, E?q for whom the Seventh Ward delegation in the recent Congressional convention cast its vete, to state that be wa not a candidate. He had been repeatedly soli: cited to become one, and had steadily re fused to do so. : The use of his name was without his knowledge or consent. STATE NEWS. a- aaja, vol BaaaaUlDW. wheat crop of the country u better lata - . tl a. , .a A Mother's Dabiito. The dwelling noues ui jbviu .ox. iuuie, at VY akeman. Huron county, was burned to tha around last Sunday night. About tea o'clock itr. and Mrs. SutUes were awakened by explosion and found tha building in I name. They have three children : the two oldest mn in tha r-Ji.mh. iut . . - - . aiiuim immediately Mr. Suttle, having breathed the hot air, was unable to do anything, Bpon seeing this Mrs. Suttle started for tne children and sooceeded in rescuing both. The other child, a boy some two 3 Xm nonse. Again Mrs. buttle, at. the risk of her life, started for him. While the names were rolling in th upper cart of the room, the crept on her hands and knees under them and rescued the little fellow. Thus their lives were saved in the dead of night, by the exertions almost superhuman of a wvuiau. cu auuueu wan inn nra. tney bad no time to put on any clothing they t all. ' A Lucky Local.' The Zanesville (Tnnrtsr ia..niiiin. ik. iu.I.m.Li 1 I r it u miuwiuliimou , l.-l, fa thai ritw M Mr nki .u. distinguUhed London banker, says : .an. (k. i..a t j j ' " Anton wortd-renowned humaoitarian is the nt Attn mi .e,iwa. . u t v.:. .... thin gift a aijivuii aaa Va UJB 1UUT nephews in the East among them Mr. Armor reabody, formerly local of the unricr, Habvest. The Wvandott Tlnim The harvest ha begun ; most of our farm ers are now engaged in cutting their wneat, and by the middle of next week thama anil Ka liftl. f a I 1 Jr. . than was contemplated in the spring. Indeed, in seme fields it is said the yield will be equal in quality and quantity to former year. Partly Staib Niws. A few dnvs agu, hio poupie oi avenaaimiia, Indiana, rmnr-liHf .. M aa I ,k. ' 7 i. .u7. .v. T7 a T J" ru.ro, ian. uej wouia nave a lane ei- cursion on the Fourth. Now. it hanoena. they have a small lake near their town, but no steamer. Some one suggested that lauteaaoi inconveniencing tnemselves by "going abroad," they send for a steamer and have their excursion at home. It waa Hardly sooner said than done. A telegram was sent to Sanduskv for steamer immediately, cost what it would On July 3d Messrs. Klotz, Kromer and T - ,;aa- a .a ' neincim received tne message, steamed up with their little Flying Dutchman, gathered a crowd of men at th wharf who drew the boat from tha water and leaded her upon the cars, and soon had her on the way. A telegram was sent saying she would be there. Early on the morning of the Fourth she reachad Ken. dallville, having had n steam all the way, and found a large party of oeiebra ters loaded on a barge waiting her arrival. Ways were speedily constructed, the steamer let down, and the Flying Dutch- uuu was hjuii uuuig uuiy m me iakb. I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I I -un The Italian Defeat. The Italians seem to have their Bunker Hill and Bull Run all in one. Thev re ceive tne disaster line a people resolved to learn, by being defeated, how to win a victory, ine J-Iorence papers, tt is said. on the 26th, at evening "were unanimous is proclaiming the immovable resolution I of the country to mace every sacrifice, ia j proeecuting to the utmost the wat against I AuBa, unW the complete liberation of j . -"J i oomplished." Such a spirit will not fail to profit by disaster. It may render the vrar more protracted and destructive, but doe not render the liberation of Tane- tia less hopeful. I Let the people ot Italy show that fail. are in tne nrst attempt is but a sew mo tive for redoubled energy and perseve rance," and they will succeed. " matter whether tne late advance is tnabebt to be wise or not, It is a thing done, and the re- suit huto be accepted as an acoompluhed fact, and acted upon in a spirit becoming peepis wormy 10 oe iree. j. I. tost. i as and . - and uh was General Shernaua. said at the soldiers meeting at Salem, Illinois, on th Fourth, that he sever voted but once in hi lfie. Exchange: , W can credit the above, for we beard the Genera say the same and cive his reasons lor not again exercising the elec tive franchise. They are, substantially as iouows: Ia convernation wit a number of offi- cers at his beadqe rtrs in the fall of 1864, the rresidentaal election waa touched upon, whet. -some one of them addressed treneral snerman vntn : -General, who will you vote for 1" ' "I will vote for neither." "Not vote ! that is very strange." "I'll tell vou why," said the General. never voted but once and then I dis- ranch ised myseU." Such look of wonder and incredulity this produced Buy ba imagined, but General paying bo attention thereto proceeded: . i . "I never voted for a President but once mv life, and that was for Buchanan j . ... a I I am since satisfied that any person I who was d d fool enoueh to do that. not Knse enough to exercise th elec tive franchise, I dranchied myelf and OtXaSrxjoeotlj akail not vote." -tmrnn Courier. time. with was sand anoe BB-A - tvaa. there who, mm tw was did going e GEN. SHERMAN'S SPEECH. A Fourth of July Oration from Gen. Sherman. Gen Snerman was present, at Salem, Il linois, on the Fourth of July, and made a brief speech, from which we take tne fol lowing extract : THE STRATEGY OF THE WAR. 1u,c,ter "an you did belore, if possible. I Cheers. I I believe, as a eeneral rule, there was a full understanding among the Generals of the army, out we often nad to oe very careful lest information of our intentions should get abroad, and it would result in your loss, the enemy being at once pre pared. If I bad informed you in advance that 1 was going, for instance, to do a certain thing, as a matter of course our enemy would provide against it, and many of von who are now alive might not be here. Now it was our desire, the desire of every officer, every general officer, to accomplish a certain thing for you, and to restore you back healthy to your fami lies. We did not like to see bloodshed, but we were determined to produce re sults, and now what were those results T To make every man, woman, and child in the South feel that if they dared rebel against the flag of their country they must die-or submit, immense entnusi asm.l That was the problem which we bad to solve. As lone as they met us man to man and face to face, we went at them directly in front. Laughter. Bntwhen they tried to play the game of drawing us on funner ana lurtner, ana compelling us to leave garrisons here and guards there, absorbing our main strength, intending to whip the remainder, it became necessary for us by intellect to defeat that scheme of tneira. vt e tneretore nad to make tnem believe that we were going to do one thing, and go ana ao anotner. uiugnter.j Now, you all may remember that when we had takon Atlanta fairly and openly, it looked as though our army would be strung out on a line of six or seven hun dred miles, and the head of the column ould be but a few divisions and bri gades. We were strung out from Nash ville clear down to Atlanta. Had I then gone on stringing out our forces, what danger would there not have been of tneir attacking tne little bead of tne col umn and of crushing it 7 You, soldiers, are Generals enough ,U see that. There fore, I resolved in a moment to stop the game of guarding their cities, 'and to de stroy their cities. Sensation. Now, my friends, I know that, all the world over, there are parties that de nounce me as being inhuman. 'That's so." "Can't see it." I appeal to you to say ill have not always been kind and considerate to you. "That's so." I care not what they say. f That's rieht"! I care not what they say, but I say hat it ceased to be our duty to guard their cities any loneer. and had I cone on strimrine out our columns, little T,v little litll. hZ tuti. -r' Tri:-:- : ' S-l uiu. auuiB us tuur a lints tarn, rwiri m hiiui would never have eot back homelnd vou would have been crushed. Therefore I let go the whole country; took one army myself, and gave my friend George H. Thomas one, and we whaled them both. Great applause. Thereiore, if Atlanta were destroyed, and Columbia and Savannah, and all the cities of the South had been destroyed, I say it would have been right, because it was necessary to produce the results in view. It did produce the result, and now, ladies, you see your young friends return ed to you, wives see their husbands, and .11 .PA roil Tl 1 to1 liam In 4l.ii, 1.... a grove in Illinois, and God knows I hone jou may never go lortn again , but if you are called forth I know you will respond I I I FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE NATION. -V. m (UHll. a. snuie TUU x unvn been all over that part of the country which is assigned to me, and I have never ve during any part of my history seen the country looking so prosperous, the grain growing 10 luxuriently, and the people so contentea ana nsppy, the table so bountifully spread ; and all this, too, out on the plains of Kansas where, six vears ao-o. ft ronnireH m nf hundred men to guard an officer sent to pay off a garrison. Now I can go, and anybody can go with a single horse away out to the limits of Kansas, or even to .mnrenn witnvt,,t.n auvtpt .h k. , at the close of a long and terrible war So that I say that wa are nroirressinir to 109 d we have in view, and that whelh- nr tha TMll 1 1 w-i ana wkataaa at.. . - f .---" w.JoaM Man awuauieii, 1 will -all them th. i.jaia. .,i i w'" 'dopt policy to produce the desired rc,lt i idai'i t... ... i. because it will be done anyhow. Laugh- tr nrui ehaaa, , . i -,t .u. ? j Cata ,1 UJO UUUIVlB, mechanics and bosiness men will tro on en V 11 LI1H IririllHrK- and attend to their own business, the peo - pie of Hissouri wiU do the Vame, Io wa , - a . .1 , .. tne same, anil an it wiil Ka. .11 ,k. Western and Northern country, and the 1 " . W tmAl VlVl VUBBJ puuuciaus win re compelled to adapt their policy to this end. and that is the true end, namely the great prosperity of Therefore, it is unnecessary to even al lude to the position in which the national anairs are placed, tor i do not pretend to comprehend or understand them. It is not my task ; but it is my task to that the force placed at my disposal to r" "Ppwmou to tne laws quick lv and forever, do their dutv. rCho 1 wi .i.- rr-.-.j :.. . J States Marshal comes to me and tells me that his power resisted, and he has not sufficient force execute the laws, if I have soldiers I will goto his assistance and see that the laws are enforced. And, my friends, '"nt. niie is carried out in tne land if the laws of Congress are o bo enforced wherever this flag floats then in truth are we a nation to all intents and purposes at home and abroad. I j I I I I I I 1 1 I a The Cuban Revolution. The Baltimore Sun cublishes the fal lowing account of a rumored revolt in which they received specially from I Rollins, of the steamer Cuba, whir-fa I em vou ytaueraay irom Havana on the I din lnsu . . A lew hours previous to the aniline- nt I auuM, i. i.i .c ii ui nirini rnnpirawi a I letter from Puerto PrinciDe. tri vine? an 1 account of a serious revolt at that nlaoo I The Cuban officials tad not made public J ansnrxaeaai wa art? Ua .JT.:. I .1. . . I avuu.v4i wutj .uafi, mil, ion iuuo i of the writer of the letter m BAid I have created intense excitement at I utwvsBua. i TWara f tV. 1 ... a . a. . I AMC OUiniAUtTJ IU LIIB IRLtflT IB IsU LflA flnl. I . - , ... " ivwiog euoc. : ADOut tne 2?Ui ult infer- I Auaiaiun ws wj me civn ana minui.rT I authoritiee of Puerto Princirwt tn th tnan I General in Havana that in that place, I well as in the neighbernood, a spirit of I revolt was observed for come time pant, I treasonable luunnra n ..! nnaar,I i 1 public places. The anthorities at Havana, I , pai" no neea to tne warmne I until the news came that a portion of the I population had broken out in nnen raavnlt I j , . I ' " - I declared for the "independence of I rllVa." atl a SaanaaatlM. f aU- o I a aa wa.-aaa a,uu 1, WIU tllQ CpBn- I government ' On the 1st inst. a mil-1 j W,,0,OV,"B aiva, companies rtationed at Puerto Principe was sent against the insurgents to bring them to order. A fight ensued, in which the Colonel I killed and twoother officers mortally wounded, while three companies of the Spanish soldiers went over to the insur gent. The latter, thus reinforced and aumoenng seven thousand men, pro- Vaacajaaa aaj B aUOUnUUI rOgK. an moment unt new was known in ilavana,;three steamers were dispatched troops to the place of revolt; but I raarnaa. th.aa aiiim f.;-l ak- 1 1 . 1 I a-aj aa.w aoaia , j UU IUC WBJT, WlllCU I on th 3d) tbe stirrine inteltiirenc arrived that lour steamers with two thou- troops on board, made their appear- near Kuevitaa, bearing the Chilian ., a u vuataeu a anuingin ui vicinity. 1 All the discontented th area Don nm. I ceeded to the plaoa of 7eodezvous, and it m haal 1 am n a-w S La I 1 A L I a IV unu na rnminca- a hiivuvUW, aait, wuoiw muuia. . i Amonir those who left Puerto Prr-vine. I were about one thousand necrroes, I it is asserted, were armed bv their ewner. to join tie insurpenU. it ue wuum stisir was looaiaa upon as a J general revolution of the natives to free I themselves from the Spanish rule. to 11 J uv an tne : 1UW pile the they uv pay m s goes - B be and sun ne win fidin the stood if to i7?A w v agv anwqeest held upon the body of Timothw I 11 fK :. C-r .v. , J " avT .1 c J"7 that Dncoll, who yai a watchman, 1 . ,' aa HDiUSU, complained on Thursday night that h not feel well, and that the musquitoaa bothered him, and added thai he was where they wouldn't disturb him. bad not beea u good health for - hed Tn nsaeni, a T . CROQUET. CoBBlBa, tmrm bm tore a UtUa, f is chlcaaa aad MoMlto; Laava bm bvtb. bbb wbbb job waat BM,lat tkB rtt taa kaean mmU. 'TU tha plsca, aai la tha gretBiwar1 a of old tha aaopt an atack, Wtora lint mat Ami tbortoa, aa4 I voted Bar B"dai." Amy Tbonitaa I raa bm her. with bar Btalkt ralard to atrika, - Ami mtr Hub ant vlaord daftly la tha attita-W I lika. Km; a moraing wbea tha dew-drops kad bwi ckaaad away by dawa. Did I look ob Amy Thoratoa Birria( lowly o'ar the lava. t aay a mora I sav her treaacs fairly Sealing oa the wiad, Aad I bteaaad ker lor her Cedent as it lightly - - aaaf heaiad. Thee aaoat tha la we I waaderad, with aiy Aay "doiBg pooas." And I eude a hats efaeaiiFti, fan of "loTeri" and "atara aaa In the Spring the lawn was ahtrea cloaa as any lawn oi aid be. Ia the spring my yonthfal faacy lightly turned to Amy T. And I aaid, "Bewitching Amy, tell aw 'mid this croquet play, hall we go through life together, aa wa waat - through hoopo to-day ?' r- Then she turned with eye whoae splendor seemed to ahoot one through and through. MIf I Sad bo richer eaitor, why, thea I'll pnt ap with yo." Many a mora we played together, while my friends did nought bat scoff, TU1 aha played '1oom crouset" with me, and began to "take two off." Oh, my Amy, reptile hearted, so aa to pnt ma In a fix, Oh, the horrid hoope and mallets ! oh, the wretched balls aad sticks 1 Falaer thea tha falsest partner in the middle of the game. Missing two hoops in succession, Bad Incensed at hearing blame. It is well to wish thea happy, croquet games with me are sweet. Can yon lava a maa whose amaUet oaly hits his cittmsy rest . let it shall ha. Ton will lower to tha UrH of his pier. And the distance of your croquets will he lessened flay by flay. With my intellectnal optics I look ecora upon yonr game, Get thee to thy lVeble 'duller," well, he merits such a name. m a - e a a Hark, my langhingcousins call me, and I leare the fatal place. While from lawn aad garden slowly fades tha faith less amy s lace. NASBY. Mr. Nasby Turns a Meeting Called Mr. Nasby Turns a Meeting Called to Indorse Gen. Rousseau to Account. [For the Toledo Blade.] """""-""h ana, tneretore, a gen an tleman, hevin got into argument with a wuz the sense uv mixin up a paltry Post Cuba, with a matter uv so much : impor Capt. tance ez the canin uv an AMi,hni,i n excitedly, the adoption uv the resolution 1 1, V at 1 W 1 wm.. f CoMFKDBIT X BOADS (wich is in the Suit uv Kentucky.) I June 22, 1866. J There wuz joy at the Corners, when the Postmaster (who takes the only paper wich comes to the offis, ceptin a few wich comes to some demoralized niggers who hev learned to read, and the officer of w,'Z"una ' D.uw Den) read to the 1 I.' 1 . 1 . nlw M Kosso, wicu is uv Kentucky, inve Grinnell. Tt ... o sen' A UmU UTJ7 th"uS, the State wich B,nt dona thrillin yet. Burstin out into nine h"y cheers, we to wunst organized meetin fur the purpose uv expressin our feelin8 on the momentous occasion. The bell wuz rung, the people gathered together, and I wuz elected chairman (tneT Jul elec to preside becoz I'm bald-hedded they - think bald beds and dignity is inseparable) and Deacon Po gram secretary, with 36 Vice Presidents, one for each State. I made a short speech cn takin the chair, conp-rainl.tin m n the auspicious event wich called us to- getner. Whereupon a Committee on Resolutions wuz appointed, after wich a "jporteu as ioiiows : , " iibkbas, oineral Bono, a native " urewiarjana i WHIXIAS, Hevin eot the worst na th . , , . - WV uexirously turned . it into '-?Suaru'u , ana u, Hmn got the worst uv the blackgardin, he remembered the ancient usages of the chrivalrous sons of the South and caned him ; therefore be it ; Resolved, That we, the Dimocracy uv Oonfednt X Soads, wich is in the State uv n.eniucKy, nereby thank Gen. Eosso tor nis maniy vindication uv the character uv Kentucky. Resolved, That we know not wich to admire the most, the dashin Gineral's courage in bravin the public sentiment uv uie nonn, or nis prudence in selectin the smallest, and. Dh vsicbII v VMinMt man in the House to demonstrate onto.j Mtotvea, lnatez Thad Stevens is 70 . . . , . . . - yemn ol age and lame, and hardlv rt-mv. fi tlS'1 ?1 ?T si;kne6S. w ggest "iat oar beloved hero comnunm a,n,i. Wij'i?l,1fee'in Jhst 80 f argument and blacktrardin trrxts th .i,lt .t. . . O O w awuaw W1" . . "me" on'7 much taore so ;T, v O " -. P7. Ifi o-ivii a,,m a rrmA a- 1 -1 1 - B'.y? a. S0011 excuse for ki h!m' ,wood U doia f South a aiiiia ser- '" uauoou. Reaolved, That the Dimocrisw irv ITon. tucky hevent felt so trood aenrm tha r.m. pnis riots. Reaolved, That this manly act of Giner- al Rosso s makes up and compensates the South for the outrage he inflicted onto ner wnen ne lined tne vandal hmt .ia.h devastated her soil, and thet hereafter he shall be received with just the same cor- uiauiy ez tno oe nad gone into the Con fed rit instid uv the Federal servica. Retolvtd, That the thanks nv th Dim. oensy is oae tne bold, brave men who companied and stood by Gineral Kosso in um vindication uv the Southern spirit. I put the affirmative, ez is the custom nere, it oein the rool. when th laHr. want a thing to pass, never to call for the unje, uu it went inrougft all right Then ana. sou suuea t ned anotner rnsnln- I00' wich I wished to offer, and I read it "Resolved, That in retainin in th Pt- offi at the Corners, a Ablishnist, Presi- I uvju w vvlujbuu in . i At this point Deekin Pocrnm me. He spozed this meetin oaliaad congratulate Gineral Kosso, and wat wa cieeriy out uv order. ; replied, "Wood two be flarl r -wwi the conirmrathun t tll ta, I tun xueiajiiis. in uin niBran nv that .a m;.i. nist V i The Deekin renllnrl that r,,r'ii u. wood. He had the highest respect for . : i uiwwvo uubou aaa. my excellent Qualities ur hed and hart and kA thought probable ef I got the Postoffis, he wouu sumu a coancti nr irotiin ih nin. .1 . - a - UOllaaXB UQ HI ITTeLWfl MDll hnrw.f . ' mf tnitvwcu money l owed turn, and 1 caiiea nim in oraer at nnra i !Bacom. who kAnnit th a tmuAtm mja who furnishes me with likker (which 1 1 to take for my hair) on the streneth remittance I am to receeve, insisted haarinir tha nac.,i,,t;n : j ther my gettin the Post OrHs, and so did Denevolent cenueman with whnm I board, and I resoooied. "I kin see a good reaarrn fm inrannwiratin a, aaWk... 1 a. . IVlL-aill U 11 commandin a change in th Post Orfis . - . 1 1 - ... IOQ prOCCOUlUg UV UU llleetin 'There wood be. mv frienrla" T yoose uv stmain mm a najted resolution demandin this change, because hereeeevas hundreds and tens uv hundreds nv appli- cations for offices everv Ha . in r. in at sich ante that he never open's half nv them. The Dimocrisv mv brethren, are alive on this ..rriet' r are to support tbe President, thev wnaaa, uu win ut, but, 017116, lOT what use is it to support a man and your own expenses. It is plain that proceeding uv a post cms meetin wood rear-Ji him. hut thi. mw t,aai up to him from the people, indorsin t.:. it . SUflJlVIl Wtjr ST U1B DOUCJ, SDU OZ It Will the onlv one he hex ruinra n .,-11 reseeve, he will read it and read it through in the exultation he will reel at bain indorsed by any body, who doubts the re- r xne post post ones 1 mine. Bascom. the noorr iMm, suggesiea mat a nea DOtter read it, but I b&iu is mnae no ainemnc he knew it nil rit. Th raeneenln ... individooal I board with temsHail motion, and Deeiia Pra-r .m ,,., I a short spejech. statin tht h.inde-. us it was rc JNasby' intention, he succeeded in proeoorin the- position devote the first three and a half vears' towards payin off the small in debtedness he hed contracted sence he honored the town by residin in it all nw whiaal, T v.i. jt 1,. a - - amuea an wnareupoa the resolution wux adopted yoonanimusly. Hevin lived here nine nam uv a year the vote wax per- JAJ pratrpex 1 britenin. fusi mmm)m PETROLEUM V. NASBY, 1 . 1 . , . te a aeaui r sr IBB IJOUTt-t nv u"-ao . I Mpeas-n. J J-aaii AMERICAN WATCHES. REASONS WHY THE AMERICAN WATCH AMERICAN WATCH Made at WALTHAM, MASS. IS THE BEST. madeoa the Best principle. Its oompoetd of rOLID PLATI8. Ko jar cam inter lerewith tha harmony of Ka working aad aa strJ dea shock aaa damage ita machinery. Snri pseca is ssads aad flniehed by machinery itastf te saowalorlUBTTrlty, as weU aa tor Ita effectife ness) and ia therefore proper y made. Tha watch a what all mechanism ahon'd ba AOCTJEATI, SIMPLE, BTBOBG AID ICOHOMKJAL. la tent noma high (radon, too eostlf far genius! aaa, foreign va4cbe mn chtefly nude by woman aad hayar hack watshaa are inmaossd at asearai haa dred pieces, screwed aad riveted together, and re quire constant repairs to keep them 1b any kind of order. AU persons who bare carried "Baant," "le pines" and "English Patent Lerers," are per lactly wen aware of the truth of this stalisaaat. At the beginning of our enterpriaa, mere than tea years ago, tt was oar Irst object to snake a thoroughly good low priced watch for tha milnoa, to take the place of these foreiga Impositions the rrfoee of foreign factorial which were entirely unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless every where. Bow well wa bare accomplished this may ha an deratood from tha mot, that after aa assay years of public trial, wa bow suae M6B TB AH B ALF OP ALL THI WATCHES SOLD IN THI DIITID STATU, and that no others hare ever (Iran such nnirersal satlstactios. While this department of oar basineea la continued with increased facilities for perfect work, wa are at p reseat engaged la tha manufacture of watches af the very IIOHK8T OBAUI KNOWN TOCHKONOMXTBT, anas. Vai led by anything hitherto made by ouranlTea, an unsurpassed by anything made la the world. For this purpose we have tha amplest faculties. Wa have erected aa addition to oar mala baiktings expressly - for this branch of our basiaasff, and hare tiled It with the best workmea ia ear ear vice. Now machines aad applisases have base constructed, which perform their work with aaa suaamate delicacy aad exactness. Tha choicest and most approved materials only an ased and wa challenge comparison between this grade of ear work aad the tnest Imported chroaoaeeters. Wa do not pretend to aeU our watches for isaa aonav than foreiga watches, but we do assert without dear of contradiction that for the same moaev oar prodnct is iaossaparably superior. All ear watcaee of whatever grade, axe fnllr warranted aad this warraatee is good at all times against as or oar agenta in all parts of the world. CAUTION The pa bile are cautioned to bay only or respeciaote aealera. nil pernoi ceanlarfdta will he prosecuted. BOB8IN8 A APPLITOIf, Agents for tha American Watch Company 3e2tf:lmlsW 1 H'i Rmtut way. BJ. 1 MEDICAL. GLAD NEWS. Pel THI trNPOBTCltATI. BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. ARB WARRANTED IN ALL CASES For the Speedy and Permanent Care of all Plainsm arising from fiexnal In Besses, or YOUTHFUL .INDISCBBTI0N8. Semlanl Loss, Nightly Imlssiona and Buneual Draama, Gealtal, Physloal aad Mamas Dacnllty, Impotence, Gleet, ncnnal.-rHseasss, Ac. . hO CHANGE OF DIET Id NICESSABT. And they can he ased without detect ioa. lack box oontaina Fills. Price On Dollar. If yoa oannot get them af ywar Ongghtt, they will be sent by snail, securely seeled, post-paid, with full Instructions, that Inaar a cure, on receipt of tha money ; and a pamphlet oe 100 pages en tha errors of yonth, the aonseqaouce aad remedy, asnt free, ten centarequlred for postage. Address Dr. J AM KB BBTAN, Consulting Physician, SU, Braadwar, For sale by O. W. OLABK. Dnuglet, 11 Sun. rlor street, dereland. eept:r:wsStd TO UJUXB. Uyom raqtUn raUftbl witty mtan je m DR. HiETIIS UMlil MLLS. A aerer &illnf rtmady tor th natrtil of OlMtr tioo. bo Mlir tnm whmt oin h&f MiM. Tbey ra Mfe mmi Bare, mmd will mton utin t vt-ry CMC Th7 r tJKfJctCrOlltl tvllOMMof WeMftk mm. Wta.utm, Prottapvoi, Ao. BoM In bosa oom Uining 60 pilU, price On Dollar. Send for Ih H AEVIY B PrivMe VxHcv1 kM 4TT, xldm ml to fcauJfla ; 100 MfM, giTictg hll t-vti-Qctsooa, 10 cent rq aired for fo&taf. It fom cmnBot pvrclVM tb Pills of ymr Bimglt, uj will be seist, soot poid, oacwiro from obMrvstloa, oa tb receipt of One DoUar, by Dr. J A MSB BKTAN, OoDtraltiDf PhTttclfca, 815 Broodway, H. T. , wvw m vj v. w. v For ! try U. w. UUAJI.V, il rag glut, iirra h rt. iwt imrrr4:rvwe,l4t MORS VALrjABI.K THAN GOIJ IKTiH'S 1IH PIILS, PDEITT THI BLOOD. Baanore Eeadaoha, OiaatBssa, OtdiriaaBt, Srawal. aeas. Unpleasant Draama, Diana of Bight Iadigestioa, Oleaaaa tha Btoaanofe ami Bowsls, BKSTOaVK THB SICK TO PCBFBCT HEALTH. Try them I They only cost 86 eeuts, aad rf yea eannot got them ofyour Druggist, aend tea naswey to Dr. JAMES BBTAN, CoBsaitiug Phystdaa, SIS Broadway dway. N. T., aad they will be neat by re- tara mall, post paid For aale br . W. CLtABK. Dnawiat. 11 Sc. ee rier street, Cleveland. een4-rS:w.Vtd PERFUMERY. I . NEW PEHTUiHE FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. P H , A Ha O O 8 fl ' I i mm ia IBS V tBsa , SaV aA IyTTIW A Mamt Baajwiaitr, Da-lira to mmi trm' ' grant Pr-rfHaaM DiMillrai frnm ttW Rnraa and Bamwlifal Flower frame srbirb is takra it nan. . MMulacturedonlyby FHALOM afc BOH. t" Beware of Counterfeits. Atk fur PfiafoM'm Ttsice n. ecAers ' 8okt hj ttratprlBt teneiaHr. febm-W-ecd-eow . " ' REFRIGERATORS. T? -"WfilRATORS, sirtlnnienss . Fifteen dlaftieaut ala. a,intK Scbooley's celebrated "Iosberr," Jewett's "in- UC. " J-aiaCe. .n. nLher .,, at Haaahataa. er's Prices fer cash. WATIB-OOOLIKS AND WAT-TILTIRS, All sines, suitable for store or beeaM use. Torrer'alaJiiaate IceCrena frers vrom I to SO aaarta. i Illnatrated Catnlofue. with price list . can be had I epaiiraatoB. W. P. FdOfl. mvM:3an4 Or. Snraaiier and Paa-Maea-sts. n.Mnmnmmml . IRON AND NAILS. , JAILS IKOa-iiUBS. ; . MORRISON FOSTER, " lo. 61 and 63 KlTer-st, Shoenberjrer's JonlaU Ralls. PHIATA B01XIB PLAT. 8BKTT i I BOB HAJUL-JalD BO-el SaOIS. Alan, f . "p lpe,WlBdow 61ae,Ixtra (.Mllty wnnas lanes Ba-rrei aad Hi All the ahnro at MAM I'PAnTBKBH akirr-rJ-L fablO CLETEIaATD, BROW1V a. CO- -a. SO, 17, S9 at SI M-rwlm-aaL, 1 U tl O -W-arVaV-t.. , OLVILAND, 1 . HITCHOtKJA, I aesiaeat r rtaers. H. . r. M. ar. Boiler, Hon, and Sheet Iron, Saaderaen oeiearat - j Hots gooes -ad Brti Btret.. uTn- YZZrLZ'li' wltJ B. --. TaaV M-m I BBfgB UJ UUBSB, ' . I Iathl naaSetad tor Prion Lies Bad UKaalara. pees men and Bankers generally. marSI I m-r FRKSH TH.A8 A lew fppjo CreeK mvmd Mack Te of wrmrr mmenvtitm. mheu4 i wiiw umwm tvvwm. uiipiii idaUOCl. im mm 1 ntll mnmmt mt If in Ovtark atm-i, hy naWUB-p abw rvf t r re Taw 1 t RlHTTIlia, oan... wssuusitk-matooeT. . I tk . wwuta a CO. DRY GOODS. I I I I DOIEI L!gkt Colcrei E:tss Jii;fclis,: "jyie l etvlea,a M. haIli a oo.y, 14T Watea atrert. 3000 Mil bll.rif.XS8 u aaBBtlyeadaoed nrtee,at M. BALL! A COYS, ' . 147 Water atreet. Ford & Wagner! Remtjweti t ' 257 Snpcrior-st;K Wsere ws will be prepared to show a krg stack of ...... . ft ' ; , . Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linen, Table Lines, Linen Napkins, Bath. u. , Towels, Flesh Towels, Tarfe 3 n, . T" ishTowela, French Tout-it .. Hack Toweling, i ' . Damask Toweling, Bird's JSy Linen, j Linen Dorlles. Toilet Quilts, ' Crib Quilts, White Marseil- lea. White Brilliant, . . . PlaiO. Swiss for I White Waists, Striped Swiss, Plaid and Striped Nainsook, Tarlton , White Organdies. ; a j Ilid Gloves OaaJy TSctw Pel- Pair. JOSEPH KID GLOVES la 4vM colon. ENGLISH CRAPE! E-tr qoUlty. VELVET RIBBON - : Iaanank-ra. ,: " t MsraeUles IrimBliig,' " " i " IsiaiBSorsUklaidB, Crspe Tell, 5 Cose CeneU, At' FORD & WAGNEE'S, 5T Snperler-tt. i A DECIDED BA RG A IN PRINCESS CLOTH 03 JUCB A HALF T1KD5 VIDE, WORTH One Dollar ft Seventy Fire Cents, how ssune roi osi dolus. I. P. SHEEWOOD. jamea FULL STOCK or Linen Clothing ! HIENAIVDBOVS. . ESTS, PAIVTS & COATS IjVhite, Brown & Cream Dock J. H. DtWITT A CO., Je2 yoa. T an 11 Public gquare. BEST BAKfiAIlf S OF Tfflt 8I4S0IT. An worlvwit of rtatod, Whfto Mohairs, Vary fMbfoMM for dr4(w. t omiy 00 cntm m yard. Tht M abosl otM-faUr th nBerml siios of mmiiar focaasj. aim, gfoa qvwitj nroraw Alc m, ! 60 cemta m yard, with a pUrndid 4 tock of . i .. a ... R a '.a iu M wn at tower prices thu eu b rcbMed itHyotktt b'mmn im th it y. ft. HY it AN, jnofz i-onar eprior-c. man i imi. oqnaro. E. I. BALDWIN & CO. I OCer this day Pua and Pnaey Lrae Drills for Boya, votaoaaaes, naaaina una Twaeoa, Summer Ooatinasaad Oajief -eeres, ' laadie.' 8ecklns nnd Cloa-lngS, -S White Unraadlea. Shirred and Plaited Cambrics, aTonlard Silks. In th Clonk Department a fail Sasortawat of BegnatSIlk Oarmeato, J laaca retnta Llama an Pusher, ! totn Beren'e and aaaqnes. I. JtHlt as. s. aaiiyvis a uu. BLACK 8ILK8. IhAvcJ-trmiTfd a aplendid aaaortmont of tbe - at qnatltita of matte cod Praaa flilka. Tbaaa oda were par e-B-.sfi m IM loweet DOtnt af ta wani which oaabiaa.no to aaU tlaoai ai vary prtoea. Per aona wiaiOnf to pare Haee food i rhcai Black Bilk Sa will sere aoarf be ealHasr at a. d 1 Han a imsik; eeoasltore . mv aaere win oe myinea arerv aatBra a ari from saadowa tUI 10 o'clecA. . ... f 'anting I June jg. H. 1- JUST opened! li. AT Hower&Higbee's LINEN COLLARS, 1 LINEN SLEEVES,! LINEN SETS, aw style. OrJTTA: 'ST Tf T A - 1 Villi la- TilAL-aVa 1 atK?s 1 ia Green, Drab, Brown.; . -a- fr. , . ' j I . . Wa ere else tMaJ . . Franooi Celebrated JAIIem-rd. Hid Gloves ! . At ta BUr fsp Pair. imar - r. t,. . I 1 : I ; ! I by Lti. I JL from this a into to a taM-OBgh one with . tba -tieaigin. ingn the band Id T.pe's naruut are asooe, A stantly clamp the sise, to. PATENT MOP WRINGER a H I N E8 ' ParibW, sooaomical and i E. - P. II. W. Email inTestmenla aad large proata. ! Ew Pc n. Wr- t:iii- in trr Tks sassa smnanj af work caa ba done la ans-1 tea tinea :.-; ; Bvilist sot wsUr may )e need. E. P. , Ha- flbe water Is aardstren ly.wtar aa ks a Be P.: II. T7a A lAy com nop Hot 6ooror rpot If mmmrj oiior JuTiDg ArMHd for u owoaUs pmxty or la bridal arroy. j E. P. ix : W. Every ramily bnyi it'WooM they can't afford! to 4o withr-at It. It eoiu hot a trlflkt, twu 'or yoara, aad saraa Iron tliroo lo Ua tiavea lu prlca at ery ytar 1 e. p. n. ' 'w. raofle buy rights becaaea their Judgment telm them it wiU be reoelred with joy la erery hoaethoM. E. P. H. W. A seats aremaalnf from $10 to F-i mn day. B. P. II. W. Tltoro la ttoaraoa la wfcirtl.ru thotaaorfo aotHlag to ao;" so eicate for km foceo aa4 nucp-i paata for want of paylag baiiaaa. But a Ei on-. Oifikoitt ooaaty will bo faralhc4nby towaa, Cleverlaad city by wards. Mo other connttoa to bo retailed. E. P. II. Ws. To nctlwo, oaortretic bwetnoai mn I will pay ml dTieaot Uom f-0 to 3100 per Boot aadoxpenaeo. . E. P. II. W. I think I can satisfy any anna wee wUI oall and see me that this ia the "biggest little taieg" So make meney oat of that has heea dieooverrd In tfteen years. . For Bights la Ohio apply at the American Howne w address H. H. HATBSW, Clereland, O., - Agent for Hhines' Patent Mop Wringer. fnneTrSs-ltetTIt tel. I 17. MASTER'S SALE. MiSTKK't) Billt Pirsaant U the commood of an alias order o( aolo from tbo Coart of (JwBM Plf-ae. of Cuyahoga 'oaoty. Ohio, at thesnit of Kdward Bia too. Admiai-tra- tor H aetata or Wllllaai (4reent oceaMl, tb. In I Gleaeoa, Wateon B. Taompooa, receiver of Lrjcio 8. Perk, Coortland Paiawr, aad rreoeiick T. Wallace, AesJffeca of fitlttnrd, Urny; Painter k Co , Le--erett Alcott and Bnrritt W. Bortoo, Perry B. Babrack aad Bopeon Hard, jr , Cbaria B rail bar a and Waldo A. ruber, Harriet Ubi, H.H. lalttlo, and Henry G. Abbey, reoairar of Ladai Peck, to mo directed and deltTerad. 1 aball expooe for aale at public taction, at tbo door ol the joari uowee, m tne city or ieveiana, oa tne letn dayof July, ISoti. ntIO o'clock A. M., the follow, log real atate, all sltnata la the oonnty of CoTa- hoga, and HtaSo of Oklo, and In tne towntrfaip of lnoepenaeace, ana is Known as being part of lot Ho. ten, of Hnbbnrd Tmct, ao called, east of the Cnyabofce riTer, and bonnded to wit: Commencing nt th point of the third itep in the foot of the lock Mo. 38, north of Portage Summit, In the Ohio canal, and on too towing p-aia aMe, unmooring thoatepe from tbo top of the lock, an) running thence weeterly to a poet ia tb aarden fence, tending nbut two fret north from tbo privy, with two itmkea driven by It ; thence eootberl on the line of te garden fence, through tfee barn yard to the north Hne of - tha farm belonging to .woaeB ttieaeon; soence eaet oat OM one Ohio Oanai; theaee nortberlv alone tha the place of begianlng; containing one aero of Innd more or leae; aieo a road or Inao next tha touring a hi. norm to tno oiKure, ncrooa tne canal. An- pinie9a aa ndVMMW w. waub, aeter tJemm-wlOBiar. T. nAMlLTOn, rinintinu Attorney Jane I.Vh. IftfM. j-mU XM CITY NOTICES. NOTICE To tfae.TBenan4 atato of lota and laoda boBudiac or abattiu oa both aid of CotaabM atrwt tNifwi Ceator trost and th Colavbaa 8trt Bridf; oa both mftMHiBinoi str-wc mwttm wood im ui tarto atraot. aad oa both ai4a of Park aU-Mt : lot will piaM tako notice that yoa an hereby i-nairaa 10 craae. ara-et ana our. with ortcK or . tooe, (aaJd Oolambaa atreet My be done with 1 wooaj ix eec ia wiatn. in aioewaiK ia froatoi yovr neweetiTe Hrta and UuKla. la aoourilaao with m naerai apvciBrMtoBB for siaearaiM t the offloe of City titil Kturiaeer, aad to complete the i aame before the Lat day of Sfpteaber. gf . If the -whore reqneet n sot covplwd with wit bin the tiaa assreiB apecifltMl ead Halted, tbe work will bedoa by Ihe city with ateae, and tbe coat there of aaaeaaed aa a tax spoa tbe property bonediag ot aoa.uag epon tne ntiewniKi imroroa. By order e (Lie tfoard of Oity lapiDna ante. M. O. WATT-CatSO. Oerfc. Jalyllth, jylfca 4 "VTOTICE ! U wbon It may coa- 1 ermotice la berehT tirea that rt la d(Nntd aeceeeary by theOicy Oonocil ot the CUr of Clerelaad to eroTide for tbe conatreetioa of a moca newer or drain w wainot etreet, weet of mm hi i hi a, to turn i parpoaf onuaaBce m new tending before aaid city CoaociU AU pereona Ting objection to the eonatrnction afraid branch aewer, are hereby fwqatred to file ttir objeetiona in writing with th City Clerk of aaid city, wtthia ten aaya aft-r tne expiration or two weeks fro tbe first publication of this notice. By order of tbe City Con aril. C.S. BILL. City Olerk. June 89, I860. jnneHQ:3dO NOTICIV-Te all wbon it my -r?r. The foUowtna reeoiatf-a waa adont ed at the regnlar aaeetiDK of tbe City Oonocil of : w-ciiy 01 "teTeiano, nrio je-y w, om. Rttoicr4t That in tha opinion of tbia Coancfl it ia deemed Deceeaary to grad. pave and improve Franklin atreet. between (Jo lam baa and Pearl f reeta; and to rrnde and moroee Itaoerior etreet aeiween hrte atreet nad the woet bn of tea acre lot 100. AU pereoae dtuminc dama;a by reason of anch gTading and Improving, ar hereby notiaed that th. an r. qairrd to file their claim In writing with tee City CVrk within five weeke from the first publication hereof, or be for yw barred from filing any claini or racer? log any agea therefor. Jt order of the City cooocii f. a. HILL. City Clerk. Jnly B, 1660. Jyft.334 AN OBDL1A!CCJC-To rf peat aa Or- XX dtnance eniltM, Aa Ordiaanw to prarent nataanoe In atreete," piaaed aarnat 5tb, 1804 BKO. 1. Be it ordained hw the Citv Con nr.il nt th uiiy 01 uieeiana. That aa orcti nance passed Animwt Sth, 18-6, entitled an ordlaanoe to pre vent naiiAoce in streeta," be and the asm hi here ren?mled. Mid. 1. That thieordiaancfl tavka 4W.t ui k. ! loroe from and after tbia date. raased Joly 10, lgtM. F. W. PELTON. Prea't of llaa Connril. O: P. WHKATOH, Aii'tCitT fTI-rk. j-lai:.i.U : CUTTER FASTENER. YAPP'S Patent Gntttr FastcncF ! Tbe not Barable, the Cheapest, aid the BOTt Simple ofatiy node v known for anspeadlag Tla Sal ten or Ire .Troughs. Mr9mm -ri.iw tbe I I - 1 1 fTtHE MODE OF SUSPENDING W titters a-oordioa to tha Tape's patent la as tviivw.; crtaa. aa. to. Of toe UBtteT, aataOOUt S te 1 feet apart, aooordlna; to tatesiseaad leeijlh, is soldered n balMaoh tla tabs. Th-oob tube rod or bolt of tbe reauirad lereth. wttb thread oa the end, Ht pnt through nnd screwed the studding plate or rafter ofthe bailding which the suiter is anawndad. Tee aat- 1- v.ia . . 1 . . . . e -' " aa, aa raw UJ pin, WttlCU IS put n hole la tbe tabs, aad a eorreenondtn. In the spilt. Bj simply palling ant Oil. pin the anger, the gutter could be taken off and eirppea ob naaie Without aav diffiealt.. tha. taa. earing It easily repaired or painted. By this aa. aaa. gat.aair a. U r .,1 ina I. piaa, from to year witnoni any caanga la lie poeit'oa too watca sustains the entter will snntanr. weight or b man than aifinr aa Maa of it. ttaewtaoae msteBinae are OBterslicht entirely, tha. addinc to tha it--rana af th. tne to moas to. nutter is amamettA-al h. K.. stripef tin banded uround it and tailed ta bniMing. Soon tba nails get ruety, and tbe slips oft. The Wind ooeralin. -n th. ..fa.. gradually taraa it around as twists it .boat ma ?""T - ? - mrrmntat tel. look tbe ""'"nas at gaiters nung ey tne ow arocaas. Bowm .pleaded lb. rertlficate. of AreMteU BaiMera eertirrriNr ta that ari r I Paten G.ttax raatener : I we. lite B llerBI r BkTrt arnhitawt. mT 'I .!.-. 1 earefullr .xamlned into th. -i,a aa, a. I abaveaso-leaf fiaagiag and parting upOarttere, coBBarai mat it ta tnpener ta Ihe old I ana we cneerfnlly sad ca:llkialy rt I . it attepaotic. 1 - J. M. Bt-ifUBTJEK, I J. W. HtlllD, I 8. 0. POBTEB. f.n aanaorrmerit of Belt, sod Tube, kept eon- fl"" oa hand Bad for aale t alee -Aa iBgeakme for holding tha bolt while screwing it Into bnlldlng. Towaahip Ooaaty aad State Kitrbt, lb, fmm, srlee list ef fastenings per 100: Bo. 1, or email a4.se. Bo 2, or ml-KUs llzaa to 00; Be. A. ox itu,-ptit.i, 1 at H,. t,. shop Jf X sell an, now ELMORE'S PATESIrlERBURr i I J nj5 , . I i.S--i.'J" 1,111 11 ! JA r 1 mm- .:i i in- i I :.v. :.-ir-f V ; crki. feEO. BALL'S Great Western Pk&o 1.000 197 M. 199 Ontarls-t. .. . , (MM 1 : f an a v n i v Hit, fOTI . boelnt n rina or lWfi ikomld b Com and tee I hem. T5a.Tj,3yrT- v?K Grand Semi-Annnal Eihibitloa - ' St. u.m st ava riiai OF. . Pianos, Melodeon, Orgaa, Stcola, CTra, Jtr At ear rooms Snr SO days, commencing afely first. , This is a rare oprortuaHy..fvr cpmoaxitul thedlflar- " '. ajat makes ortnrtmn-jats. e . - ' B. H W.wi,), it dliiactly aBdersaood that our lui n .'a i, crnifticted oa a lair and aonorable prlad rle, every thiag beiaa aa lepTescnted or aeon ra Inaded. . jmM MISCELLANEOUS. DIRECTIONS MAKIXC Y01R OWN SOAP With Tnr Waate ereasc t Penn'a. Salt M'f Co's. RESOWHED Saponifior! 1 ramta wnly for very powmat f Baatp. DIBECTIOHa. J 3 a I Dlaaolea oae box of Lya ia ?S pa-tads (plats) of hot water, ia aa i"oa pot. Meat in noetber pot or pan 6 )ba. of elean fat or grease. Take off the are, and into this stir slowly I he disaolred lye, end keep atlriag aatU the wbosv become, well mixed end like moUesee Mow cot r up, aad set iaawarm niece over night. Nest dar e tip lata email nt ees, add 6 lee. (or ntete) of water, and melt wtiu a aeatie h-at antil tee aoep la 11 dlseoleed, tbea poor into tub to eooi. Whra eold cat into bare which will mt St to a I a' out 10 days. - BIWABB OF CODHTBBFBITEK.. -, Be twat-tlesilar 1st sMkimtt for 1EJHA. ALTB-rS. CO ft BAPOXIF1EK. y PITTSBURGH, PA. Jy3:Bll JUST EECElVEl) 15 TOSSj LAKE HURON Grind Stones, And for aale at : i WHOLESALE PRICES At my Warehouse, " am II MEBWIS STREET, . Orderi respectf.llj solicitaal. CALVIN CARa JeS7:33 i States Union Hotel. M mm Soft Harket Strvast, PHILADELPHIA. PS.BTIES VISITING PHILADEL PHIA ea buslueas or nleaeure will ad the abnre Hotel ooe of the meet desirable In Ph0 al alia, beiae sHaatsd In Ihe eenler ef naafnees aa-1 In does preximtty to all tee places ef aamseasent. BriafeD fi.l& r(K DAY. Olerel.ad Dalle ranars on Vila TH08. H. B. BA S OIRa, jnnell:S4 - Proprletaar. SALT COMPANY OF 0N0NDA8A. .K. T. L1TO.T, Agent, 7 IcnlHt Prfca List antil further notice: Fine salt per barrel. 280 lbs 12 !m Ooarae ' 2 33 Orennd Solar salt . ., . Solar Hairy salt, per package oI.n Ibe S Ml ao oo inciuaing begs or 14 IDe each s 7ft Vectory llled dairy s.lt, per pkg. oi:r." lbs. 1 5f . aaei iaa. s .. .. bell earre'. 10 Iba.. 1 w " bar. SS I'm .. " ' " " rtaae, a paper bniea 3 i Bimi isarT tUrK.-Thi is tbe best Bed most omrenient Gate now be lore the public. The enteacriber haa now tbe Afrenev of this Gate. All orders left at my efll-, SH onnerior street, overfogg's store, nil! be duly unenaea to. x. w. mtievas, Clerelend, June 1, ISfi. Jneet M T APIBB BHOrsE, rHIUSRlPBlt. x Trt ntmcTiomWw fedftDC Iwwl tbw mvonti Hm-w n hM b&m rtmttA oat tvtannbtMl to si ne-At itDnr, mmd ia 10 prepr-d with tttm bohI perfect ttppoiatioenu for th rtkcpioti of nwwmm. ine urm poaiiTon tnnfC Ural cltw Hotels Will bo m.inta-.Mh im tlao ftitarx M in tbo - ii mm I OTITCH ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES. Kj ORXAT IMPBOVIMEUT IM BJtAUNO MA CHINKS. The doBMtie will do o r-.te-r -oo of work thu tbo ftmr different gjiv,. or 9tx of oh-r ldiDC m-wh.Bea. M l ia mm it combiaeo limpiirpr n cna atraciioa with fvrlect actios. t r r.rrn.pr d m pica of woik Great in-lncfin-ti t Hrd toaatf. O. W. fSOwILL t I WI3D0W U88. t mHS LARGEST STOCK IN; TUB X ty, ia-siadios lnrt mm, to whtcfa addKkm wiU bo mxtsdm aa ioirad. . , . W0UXST CITY TABSI8D 0O., - " 8 Fran fort ttret-t. TAESI&UL8. f Irt A BARRELS W Some very See, of i or sale by VARNISHES TO BIST OITT YABNISH CO, S3 rrnnkfert etreet. BECK aft COWKI.I. ' aTaunCsatarera af BedatamalaL tuh.,. Ha.kt Clothes Mangles ar Iroatng Macfainea, aaa kiaesof Tatninga, Bar. ea a ad aad lor sale cast Bedstaade, lnrsi seta of roantf coraer amdatead tnrnlnn SOt'lO seta of corners. I Table leae. enkt.rolna.. Am., Iw, whJah wawttl at Isas thaa usual rates. 1 J Pactorv ia Hones A Tart's Phtnlaar mil a ao. oamonai ssreeia, w ees ntaa. ; I rfftomeeaflgrees aTO Hqpenort. merlT a-ed ; . - ' eon Irm J - f " p tBear TONSORIAL. ataay eery pretty Bead Brimn aronrlll '"'Pri,'? '"Z mmmimm-tc 4?'i'?i1,t Twt,"t. "a. a.) An7othe D t!V?Tf DnT bhi tm made a a - Swtt-hee and Br-tda wiUmas tayarp saettaar T. sWfcw Bair Dvaaata ta aU the hte.t aa . ' "'- . .rt. , , eannUBUnaau .., fro. ZL.Z ., amt-m, mmmm, LONQ HUMAN HAIR. IMrBTATI. VV 1 3 1iUVD TO 101 Tl POBLIO aOL'ABE. MB. W1LLIA H na V hmTi' J arrived from Earope, w jald in. aaa. ttnea aa pwotM aapaa aaui. I.., ka.. apea lor raenectloa the Unrest and aut . . fmteateekofBCMAB HAIR 0000S ...noneted canoaome laeaj Hair, 'yT'',,I'n mauuBtrtarlng rf vt"" " rwt auif VSUSIS J-" .taalne this buuaUlai 1 aup,a1raiBBat , - - J rVw-etSo. BITTERS. R OBAC X 535 2i i8UGARCOATSD, PURELY VEGETABLE, Free from Mertnrj AMD Aad are, aadonbtodly, the bast ramedy ztaat IKl AD AESYOCS MMM . afaeeaoMaTrrtor.be I Of Iha'twaa-aU. , lannw ian, Cm, 53 o 0 0 -an LIVEE PILL b my aa haee aa itral, baatnr ca,m . noaed of tbe most Powerful VefleUbl Extract SPLUsa XlTD iiv, th hapj7 atWat af wateh' ba aeea arier one ar twaaaaaa. Tmmj r t Asmist tHmH.2 i 1- Cur ComUveness, IS Mt; tbe- afT (W tHtaa-N o o H t k!U ; .j BLOOD EEL I Tbay sisiLh ant aHaaaa mmi l " t lu eerv root, kaanof tha CS aeaasm nt the roll riser ef haltb : r I sr. PERrSVOTLT EARMI.Rmh to LNVwre. oa rtnaOKs or trk MOST DIUOAT WHafTITU- 6 TlOUt, aaa an a ; AXm izaxXAXD EETTaEa I" .- v. , lex. Bos m a tafera been arajlaM to mansjnd. and, being (Bi-k!T 8U AAUX)AJ K D. are eanenall. saia pt-a- aa KJ&MBDI POR CHlLCltEN, ami pi rnona won have a dread af maUan a J-UL. Thaw are, no- Haaamaaui,, oae Of OUT BMWt BStlsiaiMo CATHARTICS, PRINCE, WALTON fc CO., 1 f (Ubiiissii, ktr.aw. Kobsex.) -t . aXJLl PR0PB1 ETOEa, -j. So-. . 68, 0 ft 92 Kart Third St. , v. .... CINCINNATI, OHIO. n Jtj -ratt, .tr O SB IrSo, tvrtrtno ? 7 111 i$&r PATENT FENCES. UNION PATENT WOOD AND IRON FENCE. THe ChciKt, nost BcaaUfil aad larabl fence bow la &e. CtniBUi af PtacTlUr. I. W. X0&SK, keenU Sartwe Vt Block. CLEVEJ.AJgO.OHIO. THIS FENCE IS KADE OF WOOD, hr-l wnm irnn. met 9rBaaf-ifta) iroa rw vbich im mbad4ed atooo toaadatfoa. aad U a a-ho. ia pm atwt with tbraa eoata of tmt inalit. ofDit and tlMHm,bly ia.si with licbi color-d samuil. Tho wood part ai thofeaco ia ao coa atractettbaa It dot? oot t acb tbo r round, and thofa Mtmo phMW wbr watr aaa poaibly be ab aorbed. Hi-oco U will laat, at ibo lovfat ralcala ttoa, 76 roara.- Tba (ar are Bade apoa tbe momt 'Bprov-4 pviBciple, aad ara orMunf'nt-4 in tbe kigboat dcafroa. Tba paiDtsW nriiauli ara all troa. By laaaj tbia frnoe, Trbea aet, to taken to "a wmpoeed eatir- ly of irom, ao airy sod tabatM tiaJ ia it ia appaarauoa. - l he atteotuoo of tboae wiahlng to iotproretba appeaxaaeaof therr front yarda, aadthoaoooa aatpLetiDf baiMmc. la -railed to tlj Irora, now ia froat of sb dwolUnsa f tbo Mlowinc Iwtlinn of tbia ciiy . raoan vtiaa ran lALtnrn rsaos mm ibob PICK BT OaHsUIBBrT. Peter Thatcher, Keq., bVassca treet, H. M. Clafin, , Seneca atreet. . O. W. M.yr.11, Eoq, Aeaocaetraat,' -D. A. Daalor. lUq-, Hurea atraaa, aaat of Irfo. Payette Browa, E-q., Eadid street. Q. H. But. Boclid atreet. , iiou 7ubs ran lALurrn raivcn -rrrnotrt inoa PICS ET OaBAMSKT. Mn. CrowolL, ooraer l(-fnr and Xrle atreeta. Ber. T. H. Uaaka, flnperior etreet. R. M. Oiapin, Baq., 8t. Clair street. H. O. H.t.hooclt, Hi. Ctairstrkt. A W. Pairbaokf, St. Clair a tree, UU Wilaon, 8t. Cnir atreet. M re. Bond, . Clair atreet. . 'I. Porter, Architect, Haroa atraoc. pr. Spp, Horon atreet. riiMTBiMoti ptc it ratrsaTTirS. ! P U fwll. Kf , Bnclid 7oaao For further pa-tirnlara oall at nrnflrs. mn FoKJt'B Otockary fltora. vbera lantila rtaii mI oan ha aaan. NOTICES. re-PlRTIIE8BIP B KEITH. rXtStinaF Under Ika, aaaia .f fnnsfl Id . fe , Is mis day tUssolred breaninai et. .1 B. -lerrey retirisa. The taaui , aaiii l teit and carried oa br the r.aiai,ia. pattarr.. . J. B. HIRVgy. JOHN BnneriCLD . JOHN POOH. Cls.elanta, Ohio, April X, leva. m. place, and under the nemeefBonenal.APool.. J0H BotTapillD mnw aw ... . CmrwmUmi, OUo, April t, 1 80s. fXARD. The subscriber takes this op- nortunlty to tender his thanks to the naw. ,"!'y.a - ,' " " Booetlennnce ""V-.- rewtalnteg partnera. Bous- " 'ot-., ate, Be Tier ...r- ntetlltr to tolt. Utebaetneaa with seeery ad.aat.ge, will spare nnesrt ta snalaia ana aMe spread repatalioaof maauuteturas, aad ae ready a all uneM to' te lint loweet asarlret rates. , J. B. BIB VET. mn. Saaefl,; yatta Val 39. PROFESSIONAL. 1.- ' DtTIZK fc (..I'lIUII kaPA PH. lao.W tltetr DeetaJ B oema to H , w flSe -- -- is 1 1 nsT i ? m . " "" . J " - ' ' Mas (Bnanaui. - j P1.1T . j , . rais Wf t eaewiv W wat era. AttOlfyi i COJOLStUOTi tt law -af5. til" 1 aasrwai w. bv primiTio.f ! TIE TICt MAS AID 0BG4H I58TRPCT10M Hne SHEPHBBB, (Org-niat 1 ptysaealh tnrrb,l .ui anperiort., near Triaitr fihercb. innel4-K17 MISS I. IitTHAX, f IHCTICAl rhrana for thw treat-Mt eurabl. dlasisss. Booms ISand IS 9,1 rw , Bon iss. aJereUnd. 0.' tnajr;33a ...DENTISTRY.