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ISAAC J. FRANK i -"J. z-- lfamfartnrer of and DuakT in HOOP SKIUT AND CORSETS, . - 1-14 Rnnorlnr ttrrrt. lldcr thC Johnson House. , way... hand ..-"' "'of',' .w. ..tier... h..l-.le d-- can be , Vfl-t Vorl1 sW" skins sa.de to-order on shortest notice. I: li S PEC! A L N OTIC E S 7 te. WOKKS OK s .NATURE. In m Btate of health the iateetiu.al dual tujlwcvm rsrvd to a riTrr tie waters flow Ter tU ed- jotnrigUnd threwgb the (bands stature or e:t : has madr, and issproTe tktr tjuatitr; so aa it roiu wa sseUi.y the chant-Is are kept pare and stealthy; If the ouare of the river la stopped, thro the water la tbe canals U no it;; r par, but ooa become tarn act. There ia but one law of circulation is mature. Wlen there is a super abundance of humoriat fluid fa tho intestinal ' tube, end cnstiveress takes place, it flown bark Into th Wood vessels, and io til I rale itel f into tbe circulation. To .statli4b. the Jr coarse of , Hi nvr, i Btast reBMVf tiie obstruction which Slop its Iree rnrM eed theeo of Its tributary alreem. With the body, follow the same natural principle remove the obstructions I rum the towels witb UKiMH.il li h PILLS, which never injure, but are always effectu a.1 for the perfect ttDeiiis 01 cuo ey.iein irom louim-es oruftt?a-e. Kimenioor, never suffer a ars ef MuoJ to be taken fro ia sou. Kvecuate tbe bnators as otteu end aa I our as they aie ierinm, or as Joug as you are sic. See that S. BRAMDhETU fa la white letters in tbe G-ovtrnmeot stamp. 8utd by all Drtggigt. Jorvg-eo 1 JAY COOKE & CO., Corner Wall At Sassou-Ms., IV. T. XN CONNECTION WITH OUR houses 10 Pbilad -Ir-bin and Washington, we have opened a NiCtt 10HK UOL'aSE at above lo cation, and offer our services to Banks, Bankers, and In res tors for tlie transaction of their busmen la this city, including purchases and tales of Gov- atauHntT Ssccnrrice, Stocks, Bovns, aud Gold. Ws are oonatanly represented at the Stock Ex change and Odd Board, where order sent us are promptly filled. We keep en hand a full supply of (verameat Securities ol avll Inmics, buying and filing at current prices, and allowing correspondents the auost liberal rates the market aff-rdi. JAY COOKS A CO. ma yt-Kl iA-Wood TRANSFOMATION! The superstitions of antiquity are only "food for laughter" at the present day. and yet this is an age of MIRACLES, accomplished witb the aid of science. Far exam ple ; grey, eaady or red hir ia Changed la a Moment, to the richest coaoeirable black or brown, by a simple application of - IHlUsTiLtOilO'S HUB DTK, Manufactured by J. CU KISTAIK'IW, (j Astor House, New Yotk.. Eold by druggists. Aj p!kd by at l Hair Dresners 11 ARKIAGK AND CELIBACY, An Keey of Warning and Instruction for Yocog bi. Alio, Diseaeee and Abuses which prostrat he vttai powers, with snre means or reunl. eent free of char ia sealM letter envelopes. Address 1 Dr. J. SKILLLN HUOUUTON, Howard Asria tou, Philadelphia, Pa! inpe.a:t8 lA W lasjrTHS GREAT NEW ENGLAND mSMEPY. Dr. J. W. Poland! White Flue Com- pnd, is now offered to the afflicted throughout the country, ifter having been proved by tbe test erelrren years, In the Nfw England Slates, where Ha merits bare become a well known as tbe tree frost which, ia part, it aVrirea its virtues. The White Pine Compound euros Sore Throat, Cutds, Courtis, Ditbcria, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Aaoctijns aeneraUy. It H a re markahla krutedy ior kidney OomplainU, Diohe twt lmcuity of V.-iding Hrine, BieeuiuK froui the (kidneys and ifiadder( U ravel, aaa oiner oom B'aiuts. ilv ft a trial if yoa would learn tbe rale at a good and tried Aedtcinw it if piaaaaut t&e axa urn. iMd by Draeatsta and Dealer Medio n p-ne- ruiy. UKU. w . owbh a. mtpnovor. . W. SWITT K. P. Boston. Mh BKNTON, MYKKS aCANflSLD, An STUuNO ABMSTKONH. AgcuU. )c:aio- ifUINEWKLL'JS UMVERSAL I Ten yenra baa dmrly proved t tf I u II I the treat element of tins pleii- llB.JlElil I did preparation, wl.irh n'iows , its use wiieuvur uierois in-Kiing or Irritation in the thraf. and prodncins: no bll Ht. in the ralv and tme thetiry by wtiirh a true remtxiy for Coldn, OoaTiii, lloarsemtss, brum hia! Onmpivnte, and all Threat Auctions. wliiU it -elected, oad in Consumption, can be effectually cir"d kdTSore Throat. tb urea oriirin of Iiil: tlfi when neglected, is eared by makiug a Gargle with noukl parts of wter. acwTosiiirirOfiiale of undoubted character can be I bs seen at v oni'-e by all. Kmull B'.ttlew AOrs'ots; Larce do. 50 cents. M-Sold by all Wholesale aad Bet ait lalers In Uedtcu. Practical Cbeini-t, frblrdw:eom 9 (Vmmerrial Whirf, B"Ston.M.tin. nirASTuNlSUfNG. Thos. Ci.hon, of 9 North Sixth at , Willi tunl-urh, who had be rheumatism for 1J years, and has walked oa cruicbee for six month, has been restored to per fect health by a few d -sea of 11ET( ALr C'8 SL EAT KH Kt'H ATIO BlvMKDY. Uo is w lib at to coBtinu thlv stateu-etit oa eath, If renir d. leSrRiT STRING AllMSTROKQ. Apente. I ftaF-FmLOl'B Y OF MARRIAGE. ! TV Proprietors of (' New Trk Museum of Auat omy have detftraitnt'd, r -fiArdla of expense, to is sue fre? (f.T the b"Dvfst of auff-riug humanity, and urpreefion of quackery) fcur cf thfir most inter et;on and instructive Lectures on Marriatz'.- and Its Di3jialiti--aUons, Uervous aud Phycl ai Ie il ty, Premature decliue of Mauhuod, Jid:s:tioB, Weakness or P- 'preeion, lniotsory, loee of Kuer- Sand Mn.y Pover ; tiie Ureat 6ocial Evil, aud ose Maladies wfc-ch r-solt frura yoathrnl foIHee, evctvv.-9 of oiatDntj, and ignorance of Physiology and laws of nature. Thene lnvaloaWe Lectnr-!i nave been tbe means fcnli(:trii!r and saving tlonnd, and will be crwardid IW, -n receipt of four s;amps, by ad dressing PKCIt -TTA !.IY, New York 1urnm of Anatomy aui clodiciar, il5 Brondway, Htm York, foblflW TfcVTHK BKIDAL CM AMBER. An stay of W arufng and luntructiou for Young Men. lso, new and reliable treaimtnt for Dittousoa of the TJtinaiy and 8exusi Systctua. Sent free In ealed envelopes. Addrws Dr. J. SkiHiu H.'rhton( Howard A-'V-fatlnn. PViindpV1. Pa. mvW 'i-t. ORDINANCES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th t it U deemed necestary by tlie Council of the iuconoratcd viHatreof Beroa. t grsxtr Front street, in said Tillage, l-tween Brititr- street and the north line of the l aion tichoel House lot, m as to raise tbe present grade, at the tmernecticn of said street, with Bridtre street, ) two feet, and lower the same eighteen inches at a piint two hundred aad thirty feet eoute of said intersection, and making the grade uniform to tho taid t'uion School House lot. All p rsooa -laiming damafret by reanon of turb grading, are hereby notified thtt they ate remred to file their claims in writing with the Kcorder of said vil are, within two r-) weeks after the lth day of August, lHOti, or be forever barred from cling any claim or receiving any damages therefor. By order of the Oouocil. DAYIU B. WAT50N, Bocorder. Jflly 19, 1S66. jyJl StS-U-ltw D AN OKDINANCE To proviae for the coast ruction of a side-walk rn the east side vf Beach street, in tbe incorporated Tillage of Berea. Sec 1. Be it ordained ty tbe Council of the in corporated village of Berra, that each and every owoer of lots or lands abutting oa the east side of Beach street, from t!ie Cgir Ucad U the north line of lot owned by Ihetua Kelly's heirs. ball on tract or cause to be constructed under tbe su pervision of tbe committee on strets, on r before the first day of September, A. 1). I a pod nnd substantial side-walk, of good n:ig:iu d-I less than four feet wids the outer i!fc to berix feet from front of lot. The whoi to be done to tbe ac ceptance of the Council. Sec. x. If satd owner or owner shall feil to comply with th provisions of the Art section nf this ordinance within tlie time specined in said arcttoa, too said Oenncil shall caurte the said side walk to be constructed, and tho expense of said construction (ball be assessed on satd lot or lots ' of land. This ordinance shall take effect on and after its passafi. Passed May 14th. lSfti. JOHN BALDWIN, Mayor. ' . P- E. Vatboh, Secorder. jyt:. A Jf OKDIJf AXCE For the extension . of Orater street, in the incorporated village ol B-rea. c. 1. B It orda'aed by tbe Coumal of the in corporated village of Berca, that nter street tn said village of Berca. be and ie hereby extended from its prtiviows terminus to the east street of aid Tillage. Sr. a. x. Be ordained that Hancock alley be included in said extent ion u( said street, and that the south line of said Hancock alley be tbe south line of said street. ttc. &. 6-aid Center street to be fifty f I wide oa aaid extension. fctia 4. Tliis or fiaancs ta take efect on and After its paesatre. faased July lata, If. Ji' n n CAi.:' lo. srayor. T. ir-r!Uw. Beoorder. NOTICES. AT0TIC3. Ur. Ban. P. KelHI thU Jji Uy admitted a aiemaerof our firm, and the feusuMse will hereafter be conducted older the firm name of Huaaey, Me Bride A Cp. Oereland, 0 July 1, Uiti, r iT-33B t., tvAv. b. eo.i CtrrxtAirp, .; JnW . 1M. j B1TIDKX U UP F0W -PI iKT, J baxbeen declared by this Urnipany, pTbls Asvmi taa miL free of Govern awn t tax. U;k- bo'ders rpiered on the sew k'ork book 4 paid at th od of tbe Tnlted States T ttt Com - oanTof Hew York. The transfer books will bo cktsad from July 21st. until august tfd. By order of the Board of Directors. vSOBdK H. BCsKLL-, ' jalyatfcSM Treasuroi a to V. at be in La at m. 4 a. Ca-n, H. er ns SAMlBt F. rUWSIilft BOOK Binfler nd Blank Book Mannlacturer, Vo. 16 Bank treet. Room No. l:t Johnfton Block, Cleveland I Ohio. Macaziuea. feriodlcaln. Music Booaj.etC; ! hound on short noticu. Yallsa and Pockvt Books It-tie red ia plain and ornamental type. Albums r,-iftired. Bill Head aaa letter Beads rol p I order. Junefi:Rl7 I DAILY LEADER fair tot Xornins Jtdltlui Sews ec tar For Efeulns Edition News see lntslde. 1 MONDAY, JCLY 30, 1866. CITY NEWS. RirjimiKG. The schooner Kale Hioch m&a ift ia part receiving repairs. ' On Dbt Duck. A email Tesse!, whee name we could not ducerDt waa oa dry dock on Saturday morning stopping a leak. Kixovau The Executive ofliee of lha Western Union Teleirranh Comlany will be removed lo New Tort on the 1st of August. Cricket rrtACTic-. The Junior Cricket Club just organized, met for practice on tho Heights on Saturday afternoon. . Board Mectijio. The Board of City Im provemenU hold their accustomed session on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when the usual business will be transacted PRgPAKisc Extensive preparations are being made for the grand Ke union of the 197th Regiment in this city on the 7lh of August. i Draughts. The matched game of check' ers between Messrs. Northrop and Myers, which we mentioned yesterday afternoon will be resumed sometime in September In Elyria. ArroiCTiKfi Agests. The oiHcors of the new Merchants Union Express Company are passing along the line of the Lake Shore Road appointing agents. They got as far as Conneaut on Friday evening and reached here on Saturday. The new Express Com pany U to be the most extensive in the world. Timi Cha5gb. Oa and after to-day, July 30th, trains oh the Atlantic A Great Western Railway, arriving at Cleve land at 7:25 A. M, and 8:20 P. M., will make direct connection with tbe trains for Toledo and Chicago and the West. The Youngs- town Express will leave Cleveland at 3:15 P. AL instead of 4:15 P. M. as heretofore. Cbickktebs. The following gentlemen of the Forest City Cricket Club are the chosen eleven to play the return match with the Windsor Club next week : Messrs. H. Par sons, F. S. Moore, Wm. Day, Wra, Double day, T. Skinner, T. Birch, J. Langdon, A. Wakelin, Win. Judkins, T. Gallagher and J. Stevens. Tho following men were chosen alternates: Messrs. L. Austin, 8.. W. Gar rett, Joseph Lloyd, E. Mill, J. Wakelin and H. Hattersley. How o thb Riven. Two roughs got into fight on the river jTidayaibt,whH one)of the " Met ' arrest one of them and lock ed him up in tbe Central Police Station. A short time after some twenty river men, friends of the ax rested man, resolved to have' satisfaction out of anothor patrolman who was quietly pacing his round. They took away his club and then knocked and beat him severely. Trk Fiik amd BcrtGLAir Alarx. An in vention of this kind has long been needed, and has recently been perfected. Having examined the workings of the machine, we can see no reason why it is not a complete success. This is something that everybody need a, and as it is cheap it seems destined come into general use. It may be seen, for a few days, at the New England Hotel, between 7 snd 9 T. M. Our typo" iriond, C. Feward, is' agent, and we wish him abundant success See advertiaetaent. To Sailors Bmowmhu. On the t5lh inst two sailors, belonging to the bark Golden Fleece, were drowned in Lake Huron, about fivo miles from river St. Clair. They were work in the small boat in the davits, scraping the stern, when the lashing gave way, and they were both precipitated into tho water and drowned before relief could a Horded. Their names were Alex. Smith, aged 22 years, and Thomas Nelson, aged IH year. Bmith is supposed to have relations this city. From Lake Superior, The steamer Lac Beile, Capt, John Spaulding, arrived from Lake Superior Saturday morning. She reports delightful weather the whole round trip. The Lac La Belle lea Bayfield July 22d, C p. m.; called at Eagle River, Eagle Harbor, Copper Harbor and Portage Lake, arriving the 2tth inst., and leaving at 9 a. Met the steamer Illinois at Portage Entry bound op. Arrived at Marquette at p. m, ; no vessels at Marquette. Steamer Meteor arrived, bound down, te 25th at 10 m. Sailed at 2 p. ta. ; met Schooners F. General Scott and Eagle Wing off Point au Pins, also vessels St. Andrews, W. Moss and J. H. Hartzell, one mile below, arriving at the Sault at 10 a. ni. ; Mot on Lake George the steamer Keweenaw ; pas sed .one mile below Detour the schooner Chas. C. GHswold. The Lac La Belle brings down 417 tons of iron ore, 47 tons pig iron,and 175 cabin pas sengers. She leaves R. Banna & Co, 's dock Tues day .evening at S o'clock, on another pleas ure excurdion for Bayfield and ail interme diate ports on Lake Superior. The following complimentary memorial was presented to CapL Spalding : On Board or Steakbr Lac La Belle, 1 La kb Hceoic. July 26, lStj6. J Theundcrsicued passenrers on the steam Lac La Belle, Captain John Spauldinr, hue on her recent round trip lrom Cleve land to Lake Superior and -return, cannot part with the officers and crew and this splendid steamer without expressing onr high gratification and appreciation of all concerned in the command and control of the Lac La Belle not-forgetting the clerk, Mr. H. W. Davis, and the steward, Mr. James Delano. We anre alt seeking pleas ure or recreation, in lake travel, that this steamer, in point of magnnicent out-ht. sumptuous fare, cortons, competent, and attentive officers, together with all the com- forts so desires die on pleasure exaursion, has no eo,nal on the lakes. lion. J. T. Brooks. Cleveland, onnnrer TTarbau-b, Pittsburgh, D. C. Miller, Editor Cincinnati Commercial, and 172 others. of " so to wa- on A Card. Editors Leader : An. article appears in Wednesday's Leader stating that the colored people of this city intend celebrating the of August by a grand time at Garrett's Hall, Ac Now we, as intelligent people, protest against its going belore the people that we intend celebrating the emancipa tion in the British West Indies, where thou sands of colored men, women and children were freed and then left for years in utter ignorance, and hnsily murdered bv hun dreds, as was the-case last winter in Jamai ca, where the Kev. Mr. tiordon and fifteen hundred others were (as stated by the In vestigating Committee) murdered in cold blood. If we, asa people, wish to celebrate, let ns unite on the Hay ever to be remem bered, when, by one bold stroke of the Im mortal Lincoln, thousands of our people in our own country were forever made free, and are now being fed, clothed and educa ted bv the Freed men's Aid Societies and the government. If we celebrate at all, let da intelligently. - Gko. VosTtrRQ ahd Othejs. DRUGGISTS. AKN&CH HOW., Wholesale aad Retail DrwsrjriNis, 4 MOSl BtM MtlARE, CALEBS IX Bras, Vefiicinea, vlirsnlcMs, Toilet and ?ancj articles. Pare Wines and Uqnors lsr Medi ciaml PwrMse. Thyaicians1 Prescriptions car f folly com- pnuntted. - JylQ-tt C0LSTKRPASKS. 10-4, 11-4. IM aad 13-4 Oouuterpan- at reduces prices, ataj . ft. GftiSWOLD U0 TELEGRAPHIC. Saturday Afternoon's Report CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. REPORT OF TEE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. Jeff. Davis Sanctioning Cruelties to Union Prisoners. HORRIBLE DETAILS. Alleged Complicity of Jeff Davis ia the Assassination of President Lincoln. XXXIXth Congress WASHINGTON, July 23. HOUSE The following is the conclusion of last nights proceedings : admission of Ne The Senate bill bras k a was passed 63 to 52. The Senate joint resolution continuing the army regulations came up and on mo tion of Mr. SCHENCK, who characterized it as a contrivance of the Senate to avoid passing the army bill, it was laid on the table. A report from the Conference Committee on deficiency was agreed to. The Conference Committee on toe Uivil Appropriation bill was received retaining increased compensation oi Den a tors anu members, makinethe parof Speaker $S,0U0. It was rejected by a vote of yeas 4, nays lul. Another coulerence was asKea ior irom the Senate for the Conference Committee on the Army bill as reported and the report was agreed to. Mr. BoUTWELL, from tbe Judiciarv Committee, made a report on the subject of the alleged complicity ot Jen. uavts in the assassination of President Lincoln, stating it was not a final but rather a preliminary report. On motion of Mr. WENTWORTIf, leave was given for the presentation of a minor ity report, and it was ordered to be printed. "The report of the Judiciary Committee shows that the rebel authorities, under di rectiun of Davis, declined to give neero sol diers and their olTicers the treatment due risoners of war. It is Bhown that Kir by Smith objected to the capture of negroes in arms, and a letter from him to uen. Dick Taylor is quoted, iu which he suvs: 'l ave Deen unoinciaiiy miormed that some vour troops nave captured nee rocs in arms. 1 hope this may not dc so, and your subordinates in commann ot capturing par es may have recognized the propriety ol giving no quarter to armed negroes and their officers." A message of Jell. Davis is also quoted in which he proposes that Dion olhcers in command ot negro troops shall, when captured, be dealt with as criminals engaged in inciting insurrection With regard to the maltreatment of Union prisoners generally, it is shown that Jell". Davis declared the Union troops incendia ries and robbers who had fur lei ted their laims to be treated as prisoners of war. ercat mass ot testimony is adduced to show that the prisoners were treated in ac cordance with the views of Davis as above set forth. The documents cited are all of rebel origin and show that the prisoners at the South were ia a frightful condition. he facts were frequently brought to the notice of the Confederate at Kichmoud but ithout avail. A letter from oneSabina Dismukes, dated at Statesbury, S. C, Oct. 12, 1. So J. to Jell". Davis says with regard to the suil'eriucs of the prisoners at Florence: If such things are allowed to continue they will must surely draw down some awful judgment upon our country. It is a most horrible national sin that canuot go unpunished. If we cannot furnish them food and shelter for God's sake send them back to Yankee land, but don't starve them to death. Accompanying the letter was an article from the Sumter Watchman giving the de- Us of a visit made to the r lorence prison. The account is a most horrible one. The prisoners are described as filthy, diseased, lamished men, with no bopeolreiiel except by death. Alt were in rags and crawling with vermin. While the reporter was thero rainstorm took nlflce. and hedeacihAB the avidity with which the prisoners welcomed open ins their mouths to catch the drops ; hile one would wash another with his ! hnndo, and then receive the like treatment return. i A great mass of similar testimony is hmitUsl, all coin? to show that Davis was fully aware of the condition of the prison ers. Considerable .space is devoted to the aehiuations of Clement C Clay, Keverdy ucker, George N. Sanders, Jacob Thomp son and others, in Canada during the war, and it is shown that a portion of tho rebel secrst service money was paid to one II. Yarns, who rendered services in conveying boxes of small pox clothing to be sold at Washington. In connection with these matters a large number of documents are submitted. In all these schemes it is shown that Paris was concerned, and the committee argue that the fact is a bar to the plea that he and his associates were incapable of the crime ol assassination. In further continuation of this view, copies are given of letters from a foreigner named De Kalb, who proirosed to blow up the Capitol at Washington when Abe " and his myrmidons and the North ern Congress were there assembled. One of these letters was endorsed by Walker, the rebel Secretary of War. Another letter, from one P arm more, stating that he bad found means of disposing of the leading characters at the North in an underhanded manner, is endorsed by Jetf. Davis. An other letter, from Durham directly, propos ing the assassination of Seward, Lincoln, Greely, Prentiss, Ac, written to Davis, and referred by him to the Secretary of War, is produced. The committee hold that these letters prove that Davis and his Cabinet knew that the plot of assassination was going on. It is also stated that affidavits have been taken by the Judge Advocate General from several persons who swore that they were resentatan interview between Surratt, avis and Benjamin, further establishing the guilt of Davis, but on being brought before the Committee those parties retracted without giving any satisfactory reason for doing. The report cloecs with resolu tions declaring there is nothing to prevent the trial of Davis for treason and that it is the business of the executive to investigate the facts connected with the assassination. SENATE. ; EVEmra sessio. A Conference Committee on the miscel laneous appropriation bill was asked of the Hu3e. Tho bill to give transportation to soldiers and from the piace where the govern ment furnishes them with artificial limbs, passed and goes to the President. Tbe joint resolution continuing in force the army regulations enacted since July 4th, ljl,we called npand amended by adding two colored regiments to the regular army, and then passed. The bill extending the jurisdiction of the United States Circuit Courts was passed and goes to the President. The report of the Conference Committee the tariff bill was agreed to and the bill goes to the President. The report of the Conference Committee the civil appropriation bill, increasing the pay of Congressmen and respecting the bounty bill, was agreed to by tne following vote ; j Yeas Messrs. Buckalew,Conness, Cowan, Dawes, Doolittle, Edmunds, Fcssenden, Fos- ter, Guthrie, Henderson, Howard, Johnson, ! McDougall, Morgan, Norton, Pomeroy, Po- j land, Ran say, Kiddle, Sherman, Sprague, j Stewart, Sumner, Van Winkle and Wil- I liams 25. I Nays Messrs. Anthony. Chandler, Cress- j well, Harris, Kirkwood, Lane, Nye, Ross, Trumbull, Wade, Wiley, Wilson and Yates 1H. i Mr. WILSON then urged that the bill to equalise bounties be taken up, but a motion made by Mr. Poland to proceed with the consideration of the cace of Mr. Patterson, from Tennessee, prevailed, and the follow ing resolution was adapted, 21 to 11. lUxoitKd, That the Hon. David U. Fatter son, by taking tbe oath required by the Constitution and laws, be admitted to his seat as Senator from Tennessee. The following was the vote: Yeas Buck ale w, Cowan, Davis, Doolittle, Edmunds, Fcssenden, Foster, Guthrie, Harris, Hender son, Howe. Johnson, Kirkwood. Lane, Nor ton, Poland, Riddle, Sherman, Van Winkle, Wiltey and Williams 2L Nays Chandler. Cress well, Howard. Nye, Pomaroy, Boss, Sumner, Trumbull, Wade and Yates. The Senate at 4:15 a. . again went into Executive Seeaion. After an executive session the doors were again thrown open at 5 o'clock A. M. The Senate agreed to the report of the Conf erence Committee on the Army bill as agreed upon. The bill is substantially the last one passed by the Senate. It provides for an addition to the army of two com panies each to the twenty-seven existing ba la 11 ions of infantry, making eight new regiments of infantry, four of which Bhall be colored troops and four veteran reserves. Aiso four new regiments of cavalry. to of for we do of ' Mr. SHERMAN from the Conference Committee, on the Civil Appropriation Bill, asked that the Committee be instructed to spree to the. House amendment, on the sub- iect of bounties in a modified form. The instructions were given yeas 27, nays A. The Senate again went into executive session. General News. Lieutenant General Sherman. BirrALo, Jnly 23. Lieutenant General Sherman arrircJ her this forenoon from Niagara Fall., and had a reception at tin Board of Trade rooms. Ho leaves for CJeTO laud this evening. Fenian Scare. There was another Fenian scare it Fort Erie last evening. It was reported that an other body crossed at Buffalo to co-operate. rne wnoie tmng was a numoug. The Tables Turned. A Hlfimti-h from Meadville, Fa., says the Johnson meeting held there was a failure. Resolutions endorsing tne i resiaent were voted down, and the most Radical ones adopted. Appointment of Delegates to the Convention at Philadelphia. O.. Julv 2S C. L. Vallandig ham and Judire Gilmore were yesterday tp poinlei as delegates to the I'hiladelpbia Convention irom inis aisu-ic f Southern News. To be Tried. K.w Om Aits- Julv 27. Geo. murdered Fox, in the Parish of Bu Charles, and Bran, the Justice who refused to arrest Wailes. have been brouzni to tne cut 10 be tried under the Civil Rights Bill. Mexican News. The Times Matamoras correspondent of the 22d savs that Escebedo, who lelt Mata uioraa with a strong force to attack Monte rey, was detained at Eegnosa by impassa ble roads. Garcia and Cortmas are abont leaving for Tampico. 't he French at baiuna ana Aiomery are 2,01") strong, under Donai. Rumors say that they will abandon Monterey ant fall back on San Luis. Tii nronertv of the Libcralists is being son ti seated at Matamoras and sold at nom inal - Gen. Sheridan. Goneral 6heridan is expected to return from 1 ei:is to-morrow. Convention. ¬ vention was attenaea mostly Dy uiacits. The reconstruction policy of Congress was endorsed. CROCERIES, &C. CHAS. W. LEE, KO. 154 0TAR10 STREET, (XEVELAXD, OHIO, Keeus constantly on hand hie Groceries & Provisions, Putter, Cheese, Flour, Fruits, And U articl.. nsn.llj found in a flrot-clus FAMILY SUPPLY STORE ! Cnll and Eaamine. D5. G'X)da delivered to any part of the city free DRY COODS. JUST ItECEIVED Sclby, Brown & Pearson's liO Ontario Street, A large assortment of Hid loves ! At One Dollar per Pair. HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS ! P AKASOLS! At reduced prices at Selby, Brown & rearsoif s ! AMERICAN WATCHES. REASONS WUT THE AMERICAN WATCH Made at WALTHAM, MASS. IS TBI BIST. It fa made on tbe best principle. Its frame ia compost d of PLATES. No jar can inter fere with the harmony of its working aad no and den shock can damage its machinery. Krery piece is made and finished by machinery (itself fa mous for its novelty, as well as for its effective ness) and is therefore proper "y made. The watch what all mechanism should be ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMICAL. Ex cept some high grades, too costly for general use, foreign watches are chiefly made by womn and boys. Snch watches are composed cf several hnn drud pieces, screwed and riveted together, and re quire constant repairs to keep them in any kind of order. All persons who have carried "aocres," Mcpinea" and "English Talent Levers," are per fectly veil aware of the troth of this statement. At the beginning of onr enterprise, more than years ago, it was onr first object to make a thoroughly good low priced watrh for tlie m it lion, take the place of these foreign impositions the refnse of foreign factories which worn entirely unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless every where. 11 ow well we bare accompli ched this may be nn deratood from the fact, that after so many years pnMfc trial, we now make MOBS THAN HALF ALLTIIK WATOUBS SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES, and that no others hare ever given sncb oniversM satisfaction. Vhile this department of onr business is continued with increased facilities perfect work, we are at present engnfd in the ttannfactnre of watches of the very HIGH F.ST GRADE KNOWN TO CHLONOMETRT, nnequal Ird bj anything hitherto made by onrselve?, and nnsnrpaased by anything made in the world. For this purpose we have th? amplest facilHie. We have erected an addition to onr main frnildiogs expressly for tMs branch of onr business, and have filled it with th best workmen In onr eer vice. New machines and appliances have been constructed, which perform their work with eon -inmmate delicacy and exactness. The choicest rno't approved materials only are BS'd and challenge comparison between this grade of onr work and the finest imported chronometer. We not pretend to sell onr watches for less konkt than foreign watches, but we do assert without fear of contradiction that for the same monev onr prodnct is incomparably superior. All our watches whatever grade, are folly warranted and this warrantee is good at aU times against as or onr agents in all parts of the world. C A FT ION. The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. AU persons selling counterfeits will be proaecnted. BOBBINS A PPL ETON, Atrents for the American Watch Company, JpskltnPsW Broadway, W. Y. - PROFESSIONAL. CnriVATiox o? thi voice, piaso AND OBGAM IKSTBCCTIOH. MUS. E. SIIKPHCBD, (Organist of Plymouth iaurch,U12 Snperior-st., near TrinitT Church. junelt:K17 M1 ISS A. EARTH!?, PR!CTICA1 Physician for tbe treatment of all curable diseaeee. Room- 15ana 16, 2d loor.Johnaon Hoafe. rostoffioe Box 2tj3, Cleveland, O. m&j-2.XS6 DENTISTRY. BCTIiKK GRKK.FILD have re moved their Deotal Booms to Bouse No. 22 Superior street, opposite Case Building, va. o. a. acTLxa. jobs sinnuu. mayl:Biy CHAS. W. A CflSWil W. KOBLR, AUorueys & Counsellors at Law AMIB10AB BUILWN08, OLKt KL&ira, Obis. BANKERS. 1)1 PKK, BKUK 8AILE8, STOCK BKOKEKS AM. or.jt.Ka im eovERNMENT;sECimrnE3, i State street, Boatwn. INSURANCE TO Til E Western & Southern Patrons OF TfiE PflfflXlI 1XSIRAME CO., or innTroRD, cox. Oy THE 4TH DAY OF JULY, 1S66, the City of Portland, Main., wm atmct wholly destroyed by Sr.. The PHiEtilX had politic to the amount of (411,000. On th eighth day trior the are, EVERY L0S8 hud been ad- jnstedaud PAID, in accordance with thetime- bonnred cnatom of the ruiENlx or BiBl FOUD. Tho following dispatch speaks for ittetf i By American Telegraph Co. PoBTLaND, Maine, July 12th, ISoo. Ttl IlEKST KSLLOGd, Prei-1ent Phoenix Co., llsrtford, Oonn.: War Louse all pll. Total, Tlilrly Hfven ThotiHtind KlfcUl Hundred JDol lnin-S7,oo. A. W. JILLS0S, Vice TrtBldeat. The Phoenix. OF HARTFORD. Cash Assets, July, 1S6G. Caih on hand. in Bank and with $ Hft,l;it tt 135.S92 60 United Sta'ea Securities.-. ...... Loans on approved Securities li3,4SO 00 81,50 00 15i,0T0 00 4S.750 00 New York Bank 8 Cocks Hertford Bank Stocks NiirrUsnrwns Bank Stocks .. Bonds State, City and Water 867,535 00 23,750 00 5,213 17 Ohio State Stock Accumulated Interest on Loans. Market Ta'ue of Aesets . ..$l,"U,77a 13 Since February, 1S64, THE FH SIX bas met with TIIKLE tjso.ooo LOWtS, sa follow si : . Cell's Tistol Factory, Ilarlford, Conn. HO.ikjO !. Cotton TarehjU3e, Mobile, Al - 4,CC0 I. Barniegof Portland, Maine - 4i',000 JUO.OlO Tbe above losses have boon aJju&tt-d and PAID, to the entire satisfaction of claimants, promptly, and without the slightest inconvenience to tho company. CAIILTOX & LEE, Agents, CLEVELAND, OHIO. iy!3:336 BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS. COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE. rapiial . ..saoo.ooo. Profits divided in Cash to the Stock and Policy hollers. Thirty per cent. Caih Dividend paid on thecarned premiums of all participating Policies for year 1S05. Takes Marine Hazards of all Kinds; Fire Risks on Bnildines. Merchandise. Furniture Vessels in Port, and the better class of risks gen erally. Wm. Hurt, W. T. Wnlker, . H. Chamberlia '. Chaniberlin, F. W. Pelloa, C. A. oarduer, man. btoaejr.l,. V. rfuilflon, A. v sreucu, reiion, it. it. Yi uiara. OtBce, Ovlntt'n Kxcbansre. foot Stipe. rlor,l, tievelauu, v. WM. llAItT, President. L. D. HUDSON. Secretary. CAPT. 0. A. GAUHNKll, Marine Inspector. ap-7:BU SIN 1XSIRASCE CO.HPAS1', HUE AND M'.RINK. Offlre So. US Suuerlor-st., Cleveland. Capital 2.0,UOO.OI, Fallj icorMvnted by First-Clues Htaod.rd securities. D1BCCTUB3. Slillmsa Witt, Jubn r. Warner, Janies Mnson, Robert llama, K. I. Baidwiu, Henry Harvey, H. M. Chapin, O. A. Brooks, W. U. Price, J. P. Bobieou, (loo. Worthingtun. STILLMAN WITT, President. H. M. CUAPIM, . President, E. 0. KoraE, Secretary. maraie.HS CONTINENTAL ife liisorascc tompany, r EIai-13'crd, loan. JOHN S. RICE, Preftlitoiif, MHI l:i. E. tDtOKt, Kcvretarw. Iu G. II. liuntlugtOH, lien. Aucnt. OiUce Ho. 7 I'ablic JOiimre, CLEVELAND, OHIO. Those wishing to secure a p.5liry in a reliable conipauv, or to act as aicentsal a uoi'ral compeusa- will call or ati'.lreas tne azeui py letter, joi L. D. EUDSON, General Fire, Marine and life insurance AKenu DOce, Ovlatt's Exchange, foot Superior Street, CLEVELAND, OHIO. asxaescNrs trc rouowiaa oomfahiks: Bnckeye Mutual Ins. Co., Cleveland, Assets. Ohio, (h ire and Marine) l,si2 National Fire A Marine, of Boston, Mats. 7ir2,nM ranklin Fire A Marine, of Cincinnati-.. S"i,HSi Market Fire lus. Co., Kew Tork - 114,7:3 orwich Fire Ins., Co., Norwich, Couu.v S.JM ew fork Life " Sow Tork 5,000,000 nited States Accident lus. Co., Syra cuse, H. l J,uuo t6.58t.78t, loss Promptly Adjusted and raid. Particular attoatlon given to tbe adjustment oi Marine Loaves. L. D. HUDSON, Agent and Adjuster. Oapt. O. A. GAEPttva, Marine Inspector. ap'J7B3 THE Slatnai Life Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. FEKDKBK'K B. HISST", I'rebldcnt. CASH ASSETv. f EB. 1, 1866, $14,88278.88. Has rtnrpamed all other American lHe Insurance Companies In AmoDDt of Assets, all Cash; In the Superior character and Batctj oflts Iuvc'tmcnts; In Amonnt of Ann ml Income, al Cash ; In the Amount or Dividends Declared The Dividends being larger in amonnt and In proportion to Premiums paid tlian has been declared by any oth er Lire Insurance Company. For Ae-encies in Ohio or for Pampblets and el cnlara Trith tn!l particulars, apply to JOHN 6. JENNIN83. GENERAL A&ENT. "'l .'. M1TFEWS, Arenf, AVron, 0 SAFES AND SCALES. ROCHESTER SCALE WORKS. S&TABLUllFD 1S41 1 U. S. SI andard SCALES WARRANTED. Kironjr. Accurate and Inrable. Over 10 varieties and sizes, adapted to every use. Havestooi the test of 'Zb years.'erft Also Forsyth's Trucks, Batrgare Barrows. Copy ing Presets and 8ufEar Mills, frend for circular. i'ulialTH A WESTLA KK, (it-n. AgenU. 67 alr-Ht., Clevehtnd, Ohio. sw-Scales repaired. Jy28 ARTIS'S PATKXT SAFK8 (Alum jM. I and drv plaster filliox., l)o not loso thfir fin- proof qualities by see. Always reliable. Have stood every test trinniphantly. Fire, Damp ant Burglar Proof. Fifty -seven sizes of Bubiduks Hafea. Alo elaant Honse tafea, for plate and jewelry, in styles of furnituru. Tbe Best Securi ty in the World. P"nd fnr circular. JTuliSYTU Jt WKSTLAKK, Gen. Agents. 67 Water-it., Cteveland, Cbio. sT t5afs Bepalrrd. jy--8 FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SC.&.LI2S Of all Kinds Fairbasis, Morse & Co., -2 SUPERIOR STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO. We also manufacture and deal in Store and Wsrehssse Trnckn,Ban:;rae;e and Eapren. Barrows, Hay. Kasr 1 ot Ion freaeH, Heiajb-manlera Beams and Frames, letter dfc Mnitat Presses, Ac, Ac. nA. Be careful to buy only the genuine. PURE " CIDER VIXEGAB-For Table use and Pickling ; good strength and made from cider only. For sale by j,14 CHUUCHILL A BR0TUIB. a dk coons. Ladie' Rubber French Horn vk Chains.' A large assortment just o fined at the BAZAAR ! 2G1 Superiov-st, Sun Umbra3llas At cost at tbe POINT, THREAD, CUI PURE, BRUSSELS & VALLENCINES A splendid assortment at greatly reducsd prices at the BAZAAR LADIES' AXD 6EXT&' COTTON IIOSERY! At less than Importers' prices at the BAZAAR ! A Splendid Assortment of FANS I Exceedingly cheap, AT THE BAZAAU ! Crumb, Baslington & Kendall 217 Superior Street, Received this day the third let of riUNCES CLOTHS One and one-half yards wide, at onlv SI pr yard, the chospt g'KMls ever nron?ht to tins market. tl III. 31 u, iJAcl.1 buium asriUAlib, Jy27 J4f finterior street. JUST RECEIVED H. T. Hower & Co. BLACK & WHITE rtiOHsAsIRS f Traveling Dress Goods, WHITE MARSEILLES White and Black Laic Points H. T. HOWER & CO. lylfi . gao Snpfrlor Htrff t. RECEIVED IVXORXVZNG White Berage Shawls, Hair Cord Jacks, Stripe XaiusooKs, riain and Check Swiss, Lace Handkerchiefs, i Lace Collars. E. R. GRISWOLDI&;Co. 217 Superior Street 1j23 Look out for Poisoned Seeks. rpHE ONLY EJJA3TELLED PAPER 1 U'LLAtt mannfactnred treo irom any pois onons prt-ps ration, ae pronounced by tha highest meat csu Minority oi tne conniry, is Colitmitbps Prpl ration Proof En mmelled Collars. AH other mannfartarera of Enamelled Collars nse compMiiion made (rem ffc hite Ltad a deadly poison. H. HALLE CO., 147 Water-st. Agents for Cleveland for Goldsmith's Patent r.lnceVHnr. Jy'-1 TEKTH BUI cSDESa eood qaAlltj7od aoid at email profit by CHURCHILL B BOTH IB, a B r- trrMtf i Ontrtor si. FUKSH TEAB A new supply of fcreea and Black Tea of every description, selected with great care from recent importations, and for sale at small profits at No 12b Ontario street, by mayW CUUKUUIXL A BUOTKK- J J I I One very yard. will at sons from DRY GOODS CIWAK8AAU DiES! goods HALIF PRI.CE! Jys J. H. DiWITT CO. J. II. DE WITT & CO., WHITE,' MARSEILLES! UKCK1VID TO-DiT. J. H. DcWITT Op. Jyw BARGAINS ! I. BALDWIN & CO. ofler this day A-. 1" Spun Silk tlhawla, the n-est qaality, ro- uueva iron tea dollars to six dollars. One hundred aad twenty piece. Checked and Plaid Silks at onedollar. Twenty-fiTe pieces Foulard Silks at one dollar. Eighteen elegant Silk Mantles, tlie tint qualities aad latest designs, at one-half of early price. Jy- I. BALDWIN CO. KAUFMAN & BflO., AMrrACTUEEM OT IflOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS! Ladies' Under Garments, WH0LSSALB A BBTA1L. Made to order at greatly reduced prices at KAUFMAN A BK0.. jy6 312 Superio-st., next to 'M Pres. Church. J. M. HOWER & CO.; . 144 Ontario street, Offer bargains in ORCANDIES, CRAPE MORETZ, FRENCH MUSLINS. Also a full line BISHOP LAWNS, VICTORIA LAWNS, SWISS & BOOK MUSL'S, MARSEILLES, PLAIN NANSOOKS, STRIPED NANSOOKS, PLAIN AND STRIPED JACONETS. ALSO CORSETS II ALL SIZES. Jy21 1J1 ONTABIO STREET. HOWER & HIGBEE Oder this day. AT REDUCED PRICES, FRENCH ORCANDIES, FRENCH MUSLINS. CRAPE MORETZ, CRENADINES. We have ajso Just received a rail line of SWISS MUSLINS, BOOK MUSLINS. VICTORIA LAWNS, BISHOP LAWNS, PLAID & STRIPE JACONETS, PLAID & STRIPE NANSOOKS. SHIRRED MUSLINS, TUCKED MUSLINS, AND MARSEILLES. jyin ga hi fkkhi k street. MARSEILLES! Trim iu ins: RIBBONS BELTING RIBBONS Jnst re; Ford & Wagner's! 257 Superior Street. jyl3 A DECIDED BARGAIN PRINCESS CLOTH 150 1 HAL! YARDS WIOX, WORTH Dollar.4 Seventy Fire Cents NOW SELlIXti FOB 051 DOLLAR. I. P. SDEKWOOD. BEST BARGAIX8 OF THE 6EAS0X. An assortment of Printed, White Mohairs, faahfosable for dresaes, at ouiy 60 cents a This is abont one-half the general price of similar goods. Also, good quality Brorade AsTtax as, only 60 cents a yard, with a splendid a tock of Snmnier Drses Goods, which I positive! f onnca be sold at luwer prices than can he -ircbaaed any other hnse in tbe city. 8. H YU AN, Jooe3 Corner Snpeiiort. and .'ooii- tfqnare. BUCK 6ILK8.-I have Jt received a splendid assortment of the st qnalitiss of Mantle and Drees Bilks. Tbee ood were pur chased at tha lowest point of ta ssoi;, which enables me to sell tham at veryl- prices. Per wishing to purchase good a d cheap Black ilka, will savn money by calling - m. u IMAM) ( ucj uoexis oiore. My store will be opened every Saturday evening snndown till 10 o1 clack. Junea B. H. a It or It and and for and to per Sole r ever. than that sist try, read est Hew MEDICAL yaarywewcTjsjTi, 11)1 fiM ..! M? IQQ SOLLAKS FRESIUM I SEMINAL WEAKNESS, OB fiFKKMATTOKRttQCl, CLIiKT, 6C. AKD 1 . Impotenoy Cnred,1 AITXR ALL OTHEB TRKATMIRT TAILS, rorfBerivaf Rev Tr City, will aay on hnndred dtl)rafir th prjof tliat hver ..! to cnrtlb.i.lK.T aamnl di'Msra. 11 will pay the mow -nra tor tlie proof ttiiUaiir othtr Ph-riictan in tho Otutvd &tU trftti the ewtut d:rwtsrw!ths?inal incoaf. A fur TQsaii v Trrrjiaf abonons Etnilv aau exaenenea irr. utiisaf-iii in naniT- in mh:ji m ie to idiiiuiic lu nnrtrtanattLAat Ii&upt.ricUNl a sjratem oi uu nsrtfrr TBI BFIlPr ASD riRBAHENT UUKI ot the nbovA, sod also all coDtajnoca ills-Me cf the Keanoiivo Orouifi. with sil bad ecta aiialni tnerKroso, uierauins: irenenu niCRII.ITV OR MRKVOI'S PKt STK ATIOB Befhassnccoeded iocanun camin this nty, sms of whom hftil ttzscniled buudmia of dollars with sit. styled atoysfriaBS, who prots to tre.it all pilvats ais.lHtfif with uccm. mud without ncstvtiut tits tfiwl prticie of l)tn'tit. irt. tcoa doss not Doast tnt no m a bkwt vi some Unlltura Iu liOtdion or Tans, aa wrtiiN lomi otnersao ior tne paraose or fni.nsnn ate innoe.t. ni wiio ooi out great expttntmns, nevor to oe reaitRM. lint what I'r.U.niichthoaetol'Hi thts.tBai help able to friveentire aati-vl-urtion to thfws who ra Cm conndeoce tn his ability at. lnt-rttr, and that has ptirfect.nl an Aaieriru srstotm af treatment wiichcrirsJlonies any PujrsiciAn ol London or Iaiis, m any patfut niot'fciue, to wiual for ttu radioeJ cars of Sf mi ins,! weakmss, and all dfrttases or doranso. ment, both mMi.&i and puriical, artsinji from sexu al or seert ahnse. Dr. Ulhson also claims for his mr treatmont Ik totlowinit advantage aver ail oiiiura yet discovered. And, first, the a.r?uDi o) htm in no retrpects dls ari abie; heasMi uo relics of tho dark bks, such as Mercnrv, or any other diltri'rjs dmi ; aecaudly, no reitrlction in d.t or bualn is rtjgnlrM; third, his treatment is positive aud cortaiu In all cases. He 1 stands prepared to mo Into any public or print ! husDitai in tho United 8 tat re, and dmonstrate the ImnieDse snporiority of his ws treatmit over tfiiy other now knows, in the worid. tn point of prrnipt neas. rmaneniy, niiidncia, aaiety aud oo&vonienoa to thr pMtient. Dr. GiLtton ia permanently located im CIovHaM, and haa dchnt; the fwt live ynara perKrnid many enrrs of dtviurtxi which hsd fur ream rmistvd all othvjr mod o! treatment. Bt-ft-rv-uc!! can be aiveo toindivialualsi of the first rospsrcslniity in- C'levelarid. Boston. iNrw yorkaad otiwr cit.vs. tn rward to skill and intefrrty in ait profwton4 transactton. Ih - Ppoia, iiii'uinau, ftcrulnla, ail uiwaae of the-1 rinary Or 'aus, and aJ Chrcuic Disease trate4 I ith "ri rwriir mncceaa- i mrrJ.T:7- wint to aar amrt of theeonutrv. m rraiptof Wn dollars. it. uioaon a new wor on raysioiogj aaa mt moCc, DR. 81 BB OS-, ! ' PBOfTBPOK 0W ElsKTmOFJTVT SS Vl BDICTHB. Offlce IlirSeooe strmt. a 1-W doon from Snnriov. Op Rtairs. opposite Olty Tio4L vT-'inw nonrs rrom loi: aa3 trott I to So ekc uany .aan-iays iXcepi3UL n 17 SweepiHg EyerjIWug Before It. IWDD'S OtAT KIHCIVT JOB Brealring Up TJolds! Ajfl) CCR I HO TTJSIB IFFBCTS. This medicine ta great success, because It meets tho -wants of every memborof the family. When yon lake cold, resort at onoe U tha FEVER CIRC OR SWEATING DROPS and yow can break it np in a hurry. HEAR TUB PKOPLEM TOIOK. TbThm uodcrsicned, learning that Db. DUDD' fIvVEK CUBE or SWEATING DROPS to to be extensively ottered for sale throughout the conn try, dMire to give onr testimony to its jrrst value. We have need this medicine in onr f" Hmt soma of ns fur 10 and 12 years, and are a .stomed to depend npon it whenever any one is attacked with any of th many symptoms of eottis. Ws kiiw that for oppression and krregnlaritiss, to which so many Laa-.es are snbiect in this climate, it is a timely relief Pleurisy, Kheamatism, botvness of rnuicifs, inaammanon oi tne lsnngs, voogh, nore uiumv, yiera so us power, ana la emcaciooa wheowrvor th dry, feverish pationt needs aomo tuiugto m4wc rerresbing uoMtnr ana sleep. We recomsTBd it y u honest, reliabl faouiy BtrUKKW. J. Csrrr-.ll, Union Straw Works, Foxboro, Mi J. 9. Howard, Foreman fcooth Boston, I Oomrauy. J . W. Peckett, Printing Ink Han' ftr. If. T. dty. rr. i nomas sweet, rrornienco . l. Frederick Paine, lnput MmIt, Mansfield, Mi V. H. Marshall, Hauutactnrer, Cochueett, Hi h. T. Holmes, Attleburo, Mans. And 113 OTUKHrf, whote nrvnica ran aren at onr ufflce it cos ta too niacu to advortiso them. Try tbe medicine your self, i'rice VI. Ail Drug gists sell it. ALSO, DODD'S NERVINE ! Is a 8PXMFIC far what is torard IVEIlVOUSiESS ! Is Is an aromatic, ethrial fMinenco, of groat powurand absolnto parity. It is a 61CDATIVK, soother 01 tue iVerrpa aud nervoHS oxcitemwnb. contains NO 0F1UM, MOB PHI Nit, or injuri ous narcotic. ' NOTICE THIS IMPORTANT FACT! Unlike othur preparations for Nervous Diseassja, It relieves CttMtivcnrns inatt-ad of produciug it. It allays all irritation, aud produces a delicious sneeof riose calms the agitatml mind qnieta ttie mrnbiug masolt aud twitcning nerves ami repairs the wihste of tha vital force. Tllifc. IS CEftTAIN. For NKI'RAI.OIA use JODDTS NKRVINK. For NERVOUS PKBILITY una Dodd'a Nirvin. For SLKKPLKSSNKSS nse ItadJ's Sr-rtine. Fur Mental Excitement, Loos of Strength, and jfcvery lurnt oi aervons iriseast, USE DODD'S NERVINE. Price SI, 00. Hold by dmerFists rsnsrally. STRONG A&MSTKONa, Wholesale Agents, uieToiatia, u. n. s i hb,k. s '.'J., Jan lo Hi 4 John Street, New Tork. Special Notice to Ladies. T IS ALL IMPORTANT THAT ladies should have preparations: special! adanWd for complaints to wblrh they are pe culiarly subject, at once sale, Healthy ami certain. tuat tmy snonia consult one who nasmaue tail treatment bis special study. BB. A. HI. MAURICE ATT, Prfor of AriNenNets of H ouam. has been in rtxtt naive and success ml practice loc upwards of thirty years at his prwtfut offlc a tact tnat speaks lor lUnir and is know a to tnoa sands of ladies as the author of The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion," (first published in 1847.) specially intended for married ladies in delicate or precarious nealtn; from which every lady will perceive his thorough knowledgo of her complaints, symptoms and canscs, and their skillful aud 'inmediate treatment. is a life-long, reliable advisor and companioa. Over JIAIF MILLION LADIES potwtte it. Kvery husband should have it. It ia reut bv mall, price!. ie guarantees a safe and Immediate and effica cious cure ot all ipecial dimcmties, lrreguiaxmea obstructions, either in person or by mail. ladiea trora all parts or the United Vtatee consult him with the greatest conndenc and certainty of access. CAITIO TO I ADIFA Be sot imposed upon by the cheap, worthless injurious nostrums of Fmala Pills, Powders," "Drops," palmed upon the credo lous and. ignorant, wno are aep riven or tnetr means aa well as of their health. Ladies can send 'Tbe Married Woman's Private Medical Companion,' cr consult Dr. Mariceau by totter. so gnare against impositions. MARRIED AMD SINGLE LADIES who desire a safe and certain remedy for frretro larities or suppressions of nature, from whatever cause, can rely upon his celebrated Portuguese Female Monthly Pills, torn posed or rare an-i costly Imported extracts. They area reliable specitie for ladies. Pleasant tbe taste, being sugar coated, nealtoy ana cer tain in all CMea. They rannot fail. In recent cases they succeed lo forty -eight hours. Price $3 box. In obstinate cases, those two degree strongei should be oaed. Price S. no Amenta appointed. Address ASK. A mu .HAl Blt E U) Professor of Diseases of w OaScel29 laiberty-et Agent and Proprietor twenty years, iney are nary Utter envelopes, nd advice. B.COOQALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. AHB MODE OF TREATMENT IB .THE ACME 0? PERFECTION. It PravrsATSt the secret ambush of this terrible disease, and exterminates It, root and branch, for It Rewovec all the wretched symptoms or this loathsome mJadv, and averts consumption. JIt Clkahb the head, deodorizee the breath, and affords the most grateful relief. It AisikvuTna more agony ana si lea t gunnng tonKUecau tell. It is Noted for curing the moat nop slew cases. every known msens tailed in. It Ctuks slay, Bose and periodic vaurn, Of IM tost obstinate and violent types. No Foan of Catarrh or noise the head oaa re iu penetrating power. AfK. v(kdali I itarrn nemeay m a narwi mm iqnid, Inhaled from the palm of the hand. Da. R. GonpAti is known throuthont the coun as tbe Author of the only True Theory of Ca tarrh ever publifbed Mode of Treatment end jLaptu core m ail its terms. Ira. ttooPALK's rampnie on uatarrn snoura ne by every one. It ran be obtained at eur near Agoncy, or by sending a postage stamp to osr offlce. Price fl on. Bend a stamp ior pamphlet. O. R. PABKE3, dole Agent, 76 Bieecker street. York. HoIH hr G. w. CLARK, fTTeve!aiMl. mwna OBKBLIX CO-SKKTATOKY Of XUSIC. rWR!B OF stTrOT. FIRST If KA B Harmony and Part Writing. BKCOND Y BAR Harmony oontraned, and Oonnter point. TH I Hu YKAK Harmony soiapmea, uennio Oonnterpoint, Fogne form aud Composition. Grot attention is given to the Piano, Qrgan, Oreawtrnl lnstmmente, and Csltivation of tbe Voice- sor particnlars arfdrnss J. r. nuHuan, presldeni. G. W. STEELE, Principal of Department of Keen far Mnsie. Prof. J. M. SLLIa, Tv4. 0. H. CHURCHILL. Board of Directors. orEoxl!24, N.T. 1 tor for upwards of I sent py man, in onu- w with full Instructions iay22:M2-lAWjm ine LI Pit for I fc6 aad of and ef snre em the 1666 im turn ply Tick nd I THE 1 Of RAILROAD ClKTEUJfB PITTSBURGH lit. . HUMMIK AUilAli6KMUiT. 1 f and afW Moaday, Jmlj Sail, 1 Trains will teav. Cleveland dull m... eepted) as follows : . 8:10 A. M. MAIL Arrives at Pfltteberfrh 9-' n.; Harrisbarirh 2:4ft a. .; Bedtissore T .; Washinsnoa 10: ao a. .; Philade T:ul A. New Tork via Albaae.,) 9-.3 . via Philadelphia 1:06 r. m., Whe 6:45 p. n., connecting with Bltissor' Ohio BAilroad. Connects at Hvdsoa wi E. A 0. U. K. for Akrom isS HiUersbi &! Met. as AliiaAC wits I. 9U W. t Railway for all natal wt and west le Allianceai 11:3Sa. M for Canton, Mi Ion, Mansfield, Ac, and leavins; Ailiaa 11:15 a. m. for Halevn, Colasshtana, Ac. X:W P. M .JtX P K re Arrive, at Pittsbeu Mr p. sr.; llarrnbnrxh S:JUa. .; Bait li:MI p. .; Washington 4:5 r. a.; Phi phial:0Up. .; Kew Tork via Alter 3:40 p. ..; .j, Pbiladethia 6:41 I Wheeling S-.JO p. Ahrflarr (Be. p. eonnecu at Allianc a Ft. W. AO Railway for all points., west, 1.r:ti( AUiaace at 6:15 p. . fe ton, Masslllon, Wooster, Ac, and I Alliance at 6.50 p. m. for gsdem. Coin. Ac. 3:36 P.M. ACCOMMODATION Arrives n lianc. 6:3ti p. St. Cars frost Cleveli directly throagh, via Bndsoa for Ci. Falls, Akroa and Millwebarch, con at Alliance and Orrville with P. Ft. V Baiiway. Oars ran thronfh from Cleveland to Be via Pitubarah and Allentowa with I' cbnntre, vis., at nttsbarirL. aerFre as low as by any other roate. saTThroturb ticksca caa be prom red at th ' Ticket Office, WeddeU Boase, at th. Depot toe madid acres station. . H. DKvaKSCA, rjapsrint.- I'LETELiXO TOLEDO BAH 184. 81 MM Kit AR.liANaiCMa.NT. and after Monday, May 14th, 186 will leTe Cleveland daily as follows t excepted): 6.ii A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS, stops Urarton, Ooerun, w akeman, norwr. roeville, Bellevue, Clyde. Fremont more and arrive at Toledo at 10:4 ChicaEo at ft. p. and Petroit ft 1:40 P. M. WESTERN M A lij Stops a' tiona osi Southr division, and mi Toledo at 7:. M., Chicago IkW A. -Detroit if M P. M. 4:00 P. J. 1.0RTHKRS MAIL Stops a" fin Ncrtoern IhvwMm u( u Eandmkv at t:4li r. U. 640 P. M. NIOUT EXPKK8 tepet' Oberlln, Norwalk, Monroeville, Ci Ftement. aud arrives in Toode lz: Chiifaiso aA 11:30 x. f.? and Detroit Aa SL. ConDect-oi are ma-fo at Monroerin v iW.MmW i Newark Railroad; at T Vith Dayton A CincinnMi Railroad; at 1 (th tbe Fremont A Indiana Railroad ; ai. with th Michigan Southern A Nortl . ataaa and Tc4Mro A W a'uaeh Railroads for Itetroit, Jackson, Fort Wayne, Loganspor' etesv Geire, Alton, St. Louie and ail poin . Nerthwset and Southwest. Trains arrive im Cleveland from Toledo -West at 6:16 A. ., iLili p. m.( and 9:30 p. Bandusky at a. h. L, P. RUCi CeTeiand, May 12, 1866. SuperinU . CLKVELAXl) MI BAILli- ISoti. SUMMER ARRAN6MBNT. 0" and after Sunday, July 1st. P . Trains will run as follows, (Sunday ex . LEAVE CLEVELAND 6:30 A. M. NEW TORK EXPRESS' -Painesville, Madison, Ashtabula, S Springfield and Girard, and arrivsa at:oOA. M., Dunkirk P. M. . 1:35 P. M., New Xork 7:00 A. M. anc at 4:00 P. M. 9:60 A. M. DAY EXPBESB TRAIN Paioeevillo, Geneva, Ashtabula, Ct and Girard, and arrives at Erie p. ., Dunkirk 8:46 p. -, Buffislmft New York at 12:00 m.. Boston A:(W p. 4:00 P. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS TK Stops at Paineavilie, Ashtabula and -and arrives at Erie 7:u& P. ., D Drift p. ., Buffalo 10:40 p. New ' S:iA p. h ., Boston 5:0O p. nr. 9:45 P. M. MAIL AND ACC0MM0DAT ' Stop at all atktivas, and arrives a 7:46 p.m. 9:40 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN t Pal nes tile. Ash tabula and ii i -and arrives at Brie 1:10 a. Dunkirl A. b., Buffalo 4:60 a. m.b New Tork li.' m., Boston 11:60 p. m. LEAVE ERIE. A. M. STEAMBOAT EXPRESS TV Stops at Girard, Conneaut, AantaLT Paineavilie, and Arrives at ClaveU 5;ii6i.B. 2:45 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS TEAIW- at Qirard, Ashtabula and Pain only, aud arrfTes at (.levelaudat 6:10 A. M. MAIL AND AJ( OM3KJD4 TRAIN tvs .it ail stations and a -at Iceland 1U:15. M. 10:10 A. M. ToLEiMi EXPRESS TRAIN at all. stations except Sw anvil Is, brook.. Unionville, Perry, Mentor and liMe, and arrives at Cleveland at 2:10 p. 4:30 P. M. DAY EXPRESS TRAIN Sto Giurd, Conoeant, Ashtabula and Pains only, and arrives at Cleveland 7:66 p. 'ckcuotiCiaaaCais are ran on all Uu. trains. All rhronrh trains Roing Westward coom Cleveland with trains Tor Toledo, Chicago, Co Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Ac., . through trains going Eastward connect at 1 kirk with the trains of the Erie Railway; an Buffalo with those of the New York Centr: Erie Railroads for New York, Albany, Boa Niagara Falls, Ac, and at Erie with trains on Philadelphia A Eh Railroad, for Curry, Titusv Hule City and th tcreat Oil Retfioua. ftsTDav KxpreflS m.'vtt and West, connect. Girard with trains on Erie A Pittsburgh Hail., iaineiviila, Mr-adviHe, Jamestown, Ao. H. NOTTU4UriA.il, BQperiuienaea Cleveland, July 1st, Hwie. Change of Time, October 9Xh9 VIA THE w 1TL15TIC s&GRSAT rVSTJJ AILWA mmrm t tit .iliw!" r-ai. nn..i I III r5x3 onlj Unbroken Bread bns;e Roi TO TUB KASTF.R7I CITIri!. rflWO Trains Daily Lm.v. Clev.Uad, frosa 1 Atlantic A GreeA Western DeDOft: DAY aXTKItSS .9-.41 A. Arrive in Mew York.. U:'JU P. H EIGHT EXPBKt-8.. j:a5 r. v -10:30 P. Arrive in New York.. Mail traia leaves Clevplaad for cjeismsnra a: A. M., arrivinlt at 6:W P. M. Trains arrive ai Cleveland as 7.- A. ., aa ;30 r. M. Traina for Yonaaatown leave Cleveland at 6:25 a ., and 3:16 r. H., arrive at Olevelasa 10:40 A. a.. S:2S r. M. This is the onlv direct route to the Oil Begions Pennsylvania. Passengers by the A. si. Express Traia dine take Sleeping Car at Meadville. Paseeairers by tbe r. a- Express Train, get Sleeping Ur at Lesvittsbarfc. The Aurnt Bixpras leavt. onaaay sini, ivmi Batnrday night. Ail other trains daily Boa days excepted, ftoaiuet. at Meadville. for Ofl City. Franklin. Gerry, and all points ia the OU Segioas of Penn sylvania. Faso.ng.rs Dy tnis route nave ampi. tin. low ifnntes), at regnler boors, for meals, and saska connections. JTew and eleaaa EUeeping ooacnes ara tsjcneato Night Trains. For all Information and thronxh tickets, pleaM apply at the Depot of the Atlantic A Gr.et West Railway, or at th. Onion Ticket Ofilos, ande Weddell Honse. Omnibnsses will call for passengers, Dy laavug directions at the above onlco.. D. Jl.-LABKN, Qea'i sop's. I. T. PULLER. Gen. Ticket Agent. CLEYMB,C0LU1! BCg CISmiAIi KA1LKWVU. oLMMSa ABUAM0EMEMT. 1864 OH sod after Monday, July . Ism, Psswea ger Trains wiU leavs CLEVELAND a. M- Aw'tRATW 6:3) A. M. OIHCINHATI EX- PKE33, stopping at Oiafton, Welling ton, Now London, Shelby, Crestline, Gallon, Iberia, Cilead, Cardiugton, Ashley, Dela ware, Lewis Center, and asriving at Calamine at 11 06 A. M., Cincinnati 4: P. M., Indianapolis. o:4a P. M., Chicago vi Crestline, 9:M P. M. tnTBAIN 3:45 P. M. HEW Y0BK WEST- EBH EXPRESS, stopping at Berea, Ural toa, Weliiagton, Kew Loaden, and all sta tions sontii of New London, arrtvtng ai GolambaaaAs-10 P. M., Cineinnatl A. M., Chicago, via Orestline, e:uo A. M. TRAIN 4.16 P. M.-ALIuX PAS8ENGEB, stops at ail atatkma, arriving as wauesi as :UO P. M. TRAIN 8:36 P.M. WIGHT EXPRESS, rUf ping at Grafton, Wellington, saw London, Bnelby, Crestline, Gallon, Gilead, Carding toa, Ashley, and Delaware, arriving at Co In tubas .1 l.M A. M., Cincinnati &J0 A. M Iadiaaapoiis 7:16A.M., Chicago viaCresU Hue. 11 A. M. TRAINS LEAVE COLUMBrS at It 4 A. ST.. 11:10 A. ., a.-m r. a. Arrive at Cleveland INDIANAPOLIS AND WESTERN EXPRESS, leaves Gallon at A. As., arnvas as vwva laadlhWl A.M. rinww.miiwa - 8HSLBT Sandnsky, Mansfield Newark Ball- road, to Mansfield, Alt. veraoa, aewaxa. bnesville. Ac OBESTLINE Plttsbnrgh, Ft. Wayne Chicago railroad for Forest, upper aananaay, uei pbos, Lima, Fort Wayne, Chicago, A.., West, and East for Mansfleld, Wooster, MassUloa Ac. The first and fourth Trains make direct oon cecttons via Fort Wayne for all points oa Toledo A Wabash aad Great Westers Rail- GALIflN Belle tea tain. E.llroad Lreo, for Ma rion, Bellefontaine, Money, union, jnnnci. Indianapolis, Terre Hante,Tincennes, Evans ville, InisviUe, Mro, St. Lonia, Ac. DELAWARE with aprlngneld sransh Ior spring held COLCMBUS Little MianU A Colombo, and Xenla Railroad, for Aenia, taytca .inuianapom. Terre Baote, St. Loo is, Murrsw, Laveland, aad Uincinaati. aad with th. Ohio aad Mias asrlp, Bailroatl NClKe. ATI lor Loaisville, EvansvllH Cairo, Mi Lonie. sjid all noints on the Ohio River. 0OLUMBCS Central Ohio Railromd for Newark, Zaaeaville, W heeling sc.; lainssoo. . In dianapolis Central Railroads for Plqaa, Cr. ran. Ac For tickets to all points and Information apl at the Paeneer ttt.tv... and at ta. Uniost icket 0!e, 141 Snperlor strswl. .. o. w f"T.l.niT. ,ft Pnnerintnont. DYEING. FBeDKKH a cikiai, French and Fancy Steam Dye WorkS and Cleaning Eetabluhnsent, Belviden Farss. East Clevsiaad, 96 eaneca street. Ornca 14 SeiMca street, Cleveland, O. meu to make this the BEST DYE-HOUSE IM W EST, and shall spar, ao effort to give satla action. call the -special att.ntlon of Gentlemen to the llaPKOVED FRENCH STYLE Ulnantn- MSteaM sal marts n, I $1.25 TET OUB TEN SHILLING Black Tea. CHURCHILL A BROTHER.