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ISAAC J. FRANK
Manufacturer of u4 loalr in
HO OP SKI K T
n. 119 Snnerlor strrei. tmucr .b
wsys on b.uid en extcn-ive nswrtmeut f latest
vli and patterns. Whol-ae dealer.
WW .t l.s then N- Yora marnet r.
fesr SLtru made to order on shortest notte..
fcir HALL'S VEGETABLE SICI
LIAN HAIB kKNSW ER renews tne Mir.
nail's vegetable Sieiliaafcairmwiffr
Restore, gray hair to the original color.
Ball's writable Sicilian h air reaewer
Prevents the heir from falling off.
Hall" vearetable Sicilian nair reaewer
Make tbe hair soft and gl.sy.
Hairs vegetable Sicilian bair reaewer
Does net stain tbe skin.
Hall's wceretakle Sicilian nair reneaer
nrovei lUetf the beet preparation for
bebairever presented to tbe pablic. Prte.fl.
For sale by all drnxaists. )y IT:UlB-ood-tnt W
t-WHy NOT USE THE BEST?
1 OVER TlVEXTf YEARS' Increa. ng demand
lias established the isct that iTD S' VI
i.'KTIAN n.t'.B DYE the Imt in the world. It
a tho cheapest, the moat reliable, and moet con
venient. onplete in one bottle. Does not re-
qaire any previous preparation of the hair. Wo
trouble. No crock or etin. Prjducos a beauti
ful black or brown, aa preferred. A child can ap
ply it. Alwayi gives satisfaction. Only75centa
per battle. Sold every where.
A. I. MATHEWS, Manufacturer, S. T.
DEM AS BABX8 00., Sew York, Wholesale
Al.o, MATHEWS' ARNICA HAIK GLOSS for
restoring and dressing the Hair. Jyx:R17-eod
LECTIO I The claim. lor tbii Tallied Family
I Pill are bTottd that of any other in
FILLS. I ntw. A u't of them will not only
, , prove this, but tit rretr error of
Griring wbicti ha heretofore heeneam-d Character.
The Kliptic Pi Hi nervr require orr two. and sel
dom but one for tbe cse, met on tho bowel with
out the sli:heat griping, a point of the (raUet ua
portavnee, particularly in
For which take a Sinjrle Fill every, or erery other
niKht. Thy nerer prottut dclriiity and rare In
ditiettion, Dypepeia, lit-atl A cite. Liver and Jtidaoy
Complaiutfl, Pilea, WonM, Lotw of, or Iinpuritiei
of tb BltKrj, liortg of App.'tiU. and all iMrauge
Bienta of Bowtls or Suiwoca.
w"SoU by all Whoreaata and Retail dealers In
JOHN L. HUNNlWCTsTi, Proprietor,
l9cl:dw:eom Oommercial Wbarf Itoeton, llaes
Hg- M ARRIAGE AND CELIBACY,
Aa Ksay of Warning and la-traction for Yeong
Men. At, liaairee auJ AbU4i which prostrate
ha vital powen, with mre meani of relief. Sent
free or charge in sKIvmI letter eavotapei. Addreu
Pr. J. KKILL1N HOUOHTUtf, Howard Asunci.
ion, Pbiladelphia. Fa. zlV::LP W
jgtirMETCALFES GUKAT RHEU
MATIC BEilEDT. Tbia Dew aad Wjnderful
aaediclne a;te like magic, cn ing BluauatUai of
jean standing ia a few dtys.
atigl:Bl7 STBONG & Al.HSTP.0NG.
latf-rm LUSui'H HKK Al A UR1 AGK.
fht Proprrtors of t- hew York MnaeoTn of Auat
oroy have dntTinll, resirtlvMii of expenti to ia
aae free for tb-j bunt-tit of inflttrin humanity, and
nppietiiittn of qnacKery fonr of tbeir most inter
atins; auJ iPritructivt Luctnrea on Marriage and
IM piquatftifati'i)H1 Narvoui and Physical De-il-ty.
Fro hi a tare decline of Manhood, lndigfltknj
WeakneMAor leprnwioDt lidpotucy, Loan of Kner
Ity and Manly Powrr ; tbe O real Social Kvtl, and
tkoae Maladies wht--h resnlt from youthful folltea,
azoeaaoa of matarity, and tKnoranca of Phyatotoejr
Suid lawa of UAtnrei.
These Invalnabie LsMtnrca have beon the means
tenligbtening and slaving tboiianda, and will be
orwardod free, on roc ipt of fonr ataaipa. by ad
ireaaing fcSUKfcTAUi', New York Mueenm of
Anatomy and Medioina. alH Broadway, fciew York.
ISrTHS BRIDAL CIIAM B Ktt. An
Baaay of Waraii and Inatraction for Young Men,
AJso, new and roHabla treatment for Dlaeaaat of
the Drinary and Bezos! Syitema. Bent fraa la
sealed envelope. Add row Dr. J. tikitlin Honebton,
Howard Agof-iK.t.-n, ptnlallpbta, n. aav rsf
XTOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
3j th t it 1 (itM-ia -d neceabary by the Council
of the inoorporatrtl villafft- ot Berf a, to grario Front
etreet, in naid f iUAge, between 11 .-:?(. street and
toe north line of the I'aioa School Hour, lot, eo
aa to ratao tli print grade, at the intersection o t
aid utreet, with Bnape itrw, ?) iwo im, na
Insiar 1 1... saskiaUa sal tll feH itifho sat BV IVAint tfKA
hundred and thirty ft-ut fcontu of said iutrnection,
and makiu the grade nniform to the stud Union
bchool Uuuno lot.
All p r-oua Jaiming dam? by reaaoa oftach
gradtug, are hereby notified Hi tbey are required
to file their claims in writiug with the Becorder
ot said vil agt, within two (2) weeks a ft or the isth
day of Auiimt, I806, or be forever barred from
filing any ciaiin or receiving any damages therefor.
By order of the (Vmnrii.
DAVID K. WATSON, Recorder.
July 19, lSfX.. jyM .ftg-4t-ltw-P
AN ORDINANCE To provide for
th fOtiBtroctioo of a sidewalk on the eaH
aide of Beach silent, in tbe Incorporated village of
8 no. 1. Be it ordaioM by the Conncll of the io
corporated v.llnjri ( Bere, that each and every
owner of lot or lands abntiiug on the east side of
Beach stort, fr,n the Bglf B,:ia1 to tbe north
line of lot owned by ThontaR Kelly's heirs, shall
ons tract or ruse to be constructed nudur the su
pervisioo nf the committee on strtets, on or before
the first dy of ISeptfmber, A. D. I6wt a good and
sobs taut ml side-walk, of good flailing, not lees
than tour .e-t wKi, the outer (oVi to Iwni fo-t
from front of lot. The whole to be done to the ac
ceptance ol the Council.
8 ec 2. If said owner or ornfr shall fail to
comply with the proviMiont of ihe Artt soctiun nf
this ordinance w.ttiin tha time spt-citied in said
section, thi a -id Oonucil iihall cau.ie the said side
walk to he oonstrncud, and llieexpeum of said
construction fbaU be assessed on said lot or lots
This or ili nance shall tka effect on and after
Passed Alay 11th, l$r.1.
JOHN BALDWIN, Mayor.
D. R. WaTsny, Becorder. Jyjl-3:8
AN ORDINANCE For the extension
of Center atraet, la the incorporated village
of Berea. -
8t. I. Be it old tit 1 by the Council of the in
corporated villare of Berea, tht Onter street
la said village of Hen-a. l and la hereby extended
from its pieiu-tt. terminus to the emat street of
tUc. 2. it ordained that Hancock alley be
included in said extenlion of aaid street, ana that
tbe aonth line of aaid Hancock alley be the son th
line of said street.
ticc. 3. :-aid OenUr street t j be fifty fe t wide oa
Bio. 4. Tbii ordiosnca to take effect on and
after It paare.
Passed July IM l.fi.
JOHN BALTiWIV. Mf,vor.
FISKLG & LIOX'8
taraovED tors stttch
FAMILY SEWH6 MiCHIXE.
Office SS Public Square Cleveland, 0.
angl:344 E. E. V4RKEB, Agent.
GET THE BEST
G rover & Raker's
CRAVES St- B IEI.&, & X. CO.
lySURlS 171 Soprior-st., OlevelanJ. Ohio.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Sewing Machines !
305 Superior Streeet.
WM. SUMNER A CO.
mmr ' "'-" ' ' ': ' aattyrw. "
ROGERS' BIST PLA.TED VAREi
Kew supply just received' of Spoows, Porks,
aufteT Knives. Ac. Ac
10 C0WLBS A 00.
POWELL, Book Binder
,a niank Book Maauiacturer. Mo. 05 Bank
sinx-t, Kooin No. 13 Johnson's Block, Cleveland
ni.vin.a. ferlodlcals. Husic Bouts, etc.
bound on snort notice. Valises and Pocket Books
lettered In plain and ornamental type. Albums
repaired. Bill Heads and Letter Beads got up to
tar for Morntug saition Hews see
leg- For Evening Edition Hews tee
THUESUAY, AUGUST 2, 1866.
Coal RicaiFTS.-Eghty.tiro car loads
coal were received on the C. A r. coal pier
JrT Cases. There were two jury cases
to be heard at the Police Court yesterday
morning of minor Importance.
Released Allen Ksed. charged with I
passing counterfeit money, and whose trial
is set for the September term of the United.
States Coart has been released on bail.
Epilepsy-. Allen, tbe "horse dealer.
n the county jail awaiting trial for appro-
pristine a horse not his own, is quite ul,
bavinr had a succession of epileptic fits on
Faox Lake Slpbeior. The steamer Illi
nois, Capt. Sweet, arrived yesterday after
r t .1.. a : cl. :ii
noon irom aai ounur.
on this (Thursday) e-ening form the dock of
Vatt H Mr TTrtl In rA .
Retorted oh tue Spot. Scene a cross
ing on Superior street after the rain yesterday
morning. Crossing slipperr. Folks cross
ing, slip and fall in mud. Object lessons
in phyaioloffT. Unkind remarks about
slippery crossings. Crossings don't care.
McConmell. A clergyman in Canada has
written a letter to some of the clergy here
reference to McConnell, asking that
every exertion may be made to have his
sentence commuted : that he is well ac
quainted with McConnell and knows him
be " morbidly insane " when excited by
Eibata. In an article on the first Page
morning it is stated, in reference to the
ordnance modifying the Bo ml ay Liqnor
Law, that "Mr. Ileisley and others strongly
advocated its immediate passage." The
sentence should read " Mr. Heialey and
others" strongly advocated Immediate ac
upon it." Mr. Heisley and his party
were strenuously opposed to the sale of
Liquor on Sunday.
"Watte" to Pie. Mary Shearer, the
demi rep who was hound over with Kinr to
tried for procuring the Tape of little
Hattie Aogel, lying in the county jail, has
been for the last couple of weeks feigning
sickness and endeavoring on that plea to
obtain rele&ss. A eouple of days ago she
declcred she could not sleep, and begged
jail physician to give her some mor
powders to use, as she required them
when she became restless. The physician
complied by giving her six wry jmcerful,
powders of which she must not take more
one it a time. On Tuesday night she con
cluded to die and took the whole six, but aa
were only flour and carbonate ol soda
didnt hurt her "muchly." Mary,
however, was innocent of their non-fatal na
ture, and gave warning that she would soon
dead. She rolled up her eyes, waited
the symptoms of poisoning by morphia
talked incoherently, expected death but
death! Judge the indignation that
flashed from her eyes upon those who stood
laughing at her. Mary is bound to have
PoLicaConar Acoust 1st--Befori Jddgi
Abecv. The following docket was adjudi
Drunk Samuel Miller, Jary Jackson,
Thomas O'Brien, John Davies, John Grant,
Robert Moore, Michael O'Brien, Thomas
Draper and Michael McLane, fined $1 and
; J. C. Morrell, and William Collins,
$i and costs; Charles 0'Donnell, fined
and costs : Wells Leonard, fined $2 and
; John Hofner, sent to tbe Work House
Vagrancy James Dickinson, Daniel
Young and John Willson, nolled ; William
Heidle, Work House 30 days ; Arthur Lind-
Work House 30 days ; William Fletch
sent to the Work House 30 dsys or leave
citv. ; -
Resisting Officer, Patrick Walsh, case con
to Aug. 3d ; Charles 0'Donnell, fined
and costs ; Mrs. Patrick Walsh, case
continued to the 3d of August.
Violating Swill Ordinance John Sullivan
Violating Market Ordinance John Burns,
$2 and costs.
Disturbance Dick Langol, fined $5 and
; John Geifer, sent to the Work House
days ; Catharine Tully, fined $5 and coats.
Abusing Officer Thomas Grogan, case
continued to the 3d inst.
Violating Sidewalk Ordinance Michael
Tomkey and Owen Goldrich, fined $1 and
John Mellon, fined the costs.
Assault and Battery Paul Kirtt, William
Walters and George Fritze, cases continued
August 8th bail $100 each.
Nuisance Marx Moses, fined the costs;
N. Davies, case continued to the 6th;
Henry Kirchner, case continued to tho 3d
Petit Larceny Mary Eomaine, stealing
chaiiixt from Sarah Denham, fined $5 and
Burglary Thomas Hyer, nclled .
Habitual Disturber of the Peace Mary
sent to Workhouse 6 months.
Lewd Behavior Mary Williams, fined
Fornication Andrew M. Kesaler, a nolle
r community WILL NOT be deceived to deal
lhws who make VAL&I PRETENSION3.
Tho only way to so f oar eye noai, la by provi
yrnreeJvea wita a pair of good spectacles whtck
oa!y be obtained at tho old established and well
Optical Institute of Mr. S(.LOM0iiON,l(
SuiMiior street, ander the American.
ST Beware of travelers claiming to be Mr, Solo
saMtaoRorhrs Art. ne:t
CHAS. W. LEE,
154 OSTARIO STREET,
Keeps constantly eu hand
Fine Groceries & Provisions,
And all articles usually found in a ffrst-clsas
FAMILY SUPPLY STORE!
Cavil nnd Eiamlaf.
n Goods delivered to enT part of tee city free
cn.rge. jj 16.340
srriK, BKl'i 8ATLIS,
I .am autas in ". .
t J Baits arrest. Rastss.
NKW sTTlti SV BUCKLES JEM
raosrvM ad WlUt,
Yesterday Afternoon's Report
Great Reform Meeting In Lon-
' dou on Monday.
PEACE IN EUROPE CERTAIN.
Prussia Gains all Her Points.
RpJuCtlOn Of the Public Debt.
TERRIBLE FATALITY IS SAY AS-
DRAFTING Iff MEXICO.
MI ELL AB AUGER RENOMIX ATF.D.
The t'OJ IieSS Of GCOfgla BfOWn.
Further from New Orleans.
News From Europe
OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
Great Reform Meeting.
KiwTore, August 1. The Herald has
following dispatch, dated July 30th :
A great reform meeting was held to-day
in the city, at which 30,000 people were
present. Resolutions were adopted declar
ing that they had no faith in the govern
ment Petitions wero read, which are to be
presented to Parliament, demanding an
inquiry into the conduct of Sir Richard
Mayne, Chief of Police.
The procession was immense. Several
bands of music were in attendance. Every
thing passed off quietly.
War News—Peace Certain.
The Tribune has a special which says
peace waa certain at Berlin on Saturday,
Bismark and the King return this week.
Prussia gains all her points. The liberals
support Biamark'a foreign policy.
The Austrian naval victory is much over
The Hyde Park riots and the movement
form aa exclusive Reform League have
perilled the Derby government
The Public Debt.
"Washihgton, August 1. The public debt
statement will show a further reduction
daring the next two months of the $27,000,-
Ouo. $23,000,000 of the remaining $20,000,-
000 of co rtt Goatee of indebtedness have been
redeemed during the last month. The
statement also shows that the 7-30a are
rauidlv beint? converted into 5 -20a.
The increase! pay ot memoers oi con
Washihgtoh, August 1. The reports re
ceived from time to time at the ireasurv
uepartmeni snows a grainy ine reduction in i
ttmrtiint nt amiio-o lin tr ftti onr .rnTitirn. I
and especially on the Northern border, I
where the temptation to engage in this il- I
licit traflk ia very strong.
From New York.
Naw Yobk, August 1. The mfrtuary re
port shows 771 deaths for the week. The
number of cholera cases yesterday was 20,
which 7 died. The epidemic continues
increase slowly. There were lb cases
two deaths yesterday on the Island.
further increase of the cholera is re
The Boards of Aldermen and CQuncilmen
have granted the privilege to the West Side
Yonkers Kail road Company to build an
experimental line of elevated railroad in
Greenwich street, to be extended, if sue
eessful, through different parts of the city
Westchester county. The Company is
pay quarterly into the treasury S per
cent, of its cross ear dibits lor this privilege,
most deposit bonds to the amount of ,
$juu,uutj for the faithful performance of
Suit Brought by Gen. Santa Anna.
A suit has been brought by Gen. Santa
Anna, in the Supreme Court, against
Abraham Baiz and D. Mazuro for alleged
frauds practiced upon him in chartering by
defendants of the steamer Georgia, which
vessel brought the General and stall" to this
country from St. Thomas.
ITrw York, Aneust 1. The Herald'i City
Mexico correspondence of tbe 30th nit.
The reorganization of Maximilian's army
appears to be progressing; nnely.
A treat rush on the American Consol is
being made by th American people for
their nationality papers, on account of the
No new military operations Lad taken
place since the fall of Monterey, except tbe
attacK on Jaiapa, wnicn was going on wben
dispaten sailed. -A
Sew York company of capitalists bad
purchased the Florida Railroad grant, and
engineers were already at work.
General News. Position of Governor Brown.
New Yoke, August 1. The following let- I
from Goyernor Brown is published in
ATLANTA, GA., July 25, 1866.
Dear Sir : I am satisfied that it would be
better for all who have occupied the posi
tion that I did to .remain at home for the
present, and send others who have been re
garded more conservative and better Union
This I think would be more accepta
ble to the people of the South, and there
fore the best policy.' 1 feel conscious that
and others who have occupied prominent
positions are now aa loyal to the government
any citizens, but this is not the general
Korth. Entertaining these views
cannot consent to be a deleeato, but shall
heartily rapport the movement and the
As ever, your friend,
JOSEPH E. BROWN.
JOSEPH E. BROWN. Re-nominated.
CisciaHiTi, August 1. Mr. Bhellabarger
re-nominated for Congress yesterday
the Republican Convention of the 7th
!" w Ton, August 1. The Herald's Pan
ama letter says :
General Fitz Henry Warren, the Ameri
can Minister, had arrived at Guatamala.
The Spanish Charge d'AiTairs had been
Spanish emigration was greater than over
The Presidential election is theabsorbing
topic in Nicaragua. It is conceded that
General Bonilla will oust Martinez, the
The Herald's Lima correspondence says :
A ball was given to Dictator Prado at
Lima on the 23th of June, when the Dicta
tor led off with Miss Hovey, the daughter
our Peruvian Minister.
The Fourth of July waa celebrated by the
Americana in Callao, where the Peruvian
goAernment was represented by distin
New Orlzahs, July 31. Attorney General
Heron, Lieutenant Governor Voorhees and
Mayor Monroe called on General Baird and
Johnson's dispatch before him. It was
agreed that the Military Govern should
occupy a separate office in the City Hall, the
Mavor continuing his functions, and the
Military Governor direct tbe movements of
troops in case ol luriner rioting.
It is supposed that the order for martial
will be rescinded oo the receipt of dis
patches from Washington.
A lot of negroes living on Victory steeet
at several passing citizens. They were
arrested. One negro waa badly shot.
Galvkstost, July 3D. The State Secretary
been ordered to act as Provisional Gov
ernor until further orders, and notify the
Prasadent immediately upon the assembling
Ko cases of cholera reported.
Cholera in Savannah.
ajvCtsViLLB, August L A Nashville dis
patch received at headquarters from Major
Gn. Wood, saya there waa 110 cases
cholera at Savannah, Gv., on the 25th,
whereof half proved fatal. Tho troop
coming to tke south-west from New York
are reported injected with the disease.
KEASOVS WHY THE
Hade at WALTII AM, M ASS.
IS TBE BEST.
It Is made on tbe best principlo. Its frame
compoetd of fOLID PLATES. No jar can inter
fere with tbe harmony of its working and no tnd
den shock can damage its machinery. Every
piece is made and finished by machinery (itself fa
mous for its novelty, as well aa for its effective
ness) and is therefore properly made. Tbe watcb
t what all mechanism should be ACCUBATE,
SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECONOMICAL. Ex
cept some bigh grades, too costly for general use,
foreign watches aro chiefly made by women and
boys. Snch watcbea are composed of several bnn
drod pieces, screwed and riveted together, and re
quire constant repairs to keep them in any kind of
order. All persons who have carried Mancres,
lepines" and "English Patent Levers, are per
fectly well aware of the truth of this statement.
At the beginning of our enterprise, more than
ten years ago, it was onr first object to make
thoroughly goad low priced watch for the million.
to take the place of these foreign impositions the
refuse of foreign factories which were entirely
unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless every
llow well we have accomplished this may be un
derstood from the fact, that after so many years
of pablic trial, we now make MORE THAN HALF
OP ALL THE WATCH ES SOLD IN THE UNITED
STATES, and that no others have ever given such
universal satisfaction. While this department of
our bnsiness is continued with increased ftcilities
for perfect work, we are at present engaged in the
manufacture of watches of the Tery HIGHEST
led by anything hitherto made by ourselves, and
unsurpassed by anything made in the world. For
this purpose we have the amplest facilities. We
have erectf-d an addition to our main buildings
expressly : for this branch of our business, and
have filled it with the best workmen in our ser
vice. New machines and appliances have been
constructed, which perform their work with con
siimmate delicacy and exactness. The choicest
and most approved material only are U8nd and
we challenge comparison betwee n this grade of our
work and the finest imported rhronouteterg. We
do not pretend to sell our watches for LErs honey
than foreign watches, but we do aser; without
fear of contradiction that for the same metier our
product is inco.npar.vbiy superior. All our watchas
of whatever grade, are fully warranted and this
warrantee is good at ail times agaiust ns or our
agents in all parts ol toe worm.
CAUTION. The public are rautif-ned to buy
only of ro)iortaMe dealers. All persons seUiug
counterfeit will be prosecutea.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
Atreutft for the American Watch Company.
JeimDAW 1S3 Broadway, N. Y.
IRON AND NAILS.
Iron Nails. Steel, Glass, Cias Pipes.
8o Mencin Strut and 5 and 7 on the Dock.
Cleveland Branch Warel-onae
EAGLE IRON AND KAIL WoKKS,
IXfKLSIOB t ASS WOKKS,
WOLFE, HOWARD & CO.
AVDEBSON, COOKE CQ.'S
riTTSBI tG STEEL WORK 9,
And Manufacturer's Agency of the
LAKE HI MO.V OKI.VD NIO.N ES.
HIAWATHA NOT. & BOLT WORKS.
Also, Manufacturers of
Gas Pipe, Tubing and Steam Pipe.
A fullnupply at my Warehouses of
NAILS. iTEEt. GLASS. AND GAS PIPE.
&nu orders refipecttnUy solicited.
At Manufacturers' Prices.
AILS IB0X (iLASS
' . -
So. 1)1 an I 3 Blver-st.,
Sfcoenberger's Juniata Nails.
t'KlATA BOILER PLATE, SHEET IRON
BAMMLBEl) HOUbK BHoKS.
Bar Iron.M indos- Glass, Extra Quality
unnu.iiMM. wrrcn and xz
All t!e siivd at
SIAM FAtKllfKH PRICES.
tXEVELAXD, BftflWX & CO.,
AOS. 2a, v 31 Mersvinil..
H. O. OI,lVELAD,l ....
P. M. HITCHCOCK, f Resident Partners.
Importers, Manufacturers, and Wholesale Dealers
Bar, Boiler, Hoop and Sheet Iron, ttandprson
Bros. A Co.'s best Kntiliph Cast and Spring Steel,
and Wrought Spike., Hot and Cold Pressed
and Washers, Norwaj Nail Rods. Swodes
Cron, Carriage Axles. Sprintrs and Bolts. Bnrdn'
celebrated Horse Shoes and Boiler Kivets, Galvan
ited Sheet Iron. Cast and Siver Steel Axes, Anvils,
Sole Agents for the sale of
BROW V. BO. XK1.1. s-o.B
"Mahoning" Iron A Salli, and Cnn"
nln.hsin Jtr Ihmcnna Tl.c "
burgb lit; tlass,
In this market.
B?.Send tor Price List and Circulars. Refer to
asiuees men and Banners (tenemlly, marl
Roberts and Massillon
Lamp, Nat and Black Coats,
BEST IX KlBKEI FOR COOKING.
6IKGLR TON, OAR LOAD, CAROO.
tlli e and Tardjl and lOffaier-st.,
AN0RRWS, HITCHCOCK 4 CO.,
BRIAR HILL COAL!
a. aroatws, ") 1 A 3 Johnson's Marine Block,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
8trip Teln, Colnmblana ABd CbJppewl
on 0. P. B. B. Pier. Also, Offlce and Yard
at Euclid street B. B. crossing. Coa of aa
excellent yuaiity tor
STE AM, GAS. GRATES. STOVES.
or House-Use. Also, ASTHBACITX OOAL
larpe or small quantities.
vraers re.pectiuiiy solicited and promptly at
ended to. Ooal for mi thine kent cr.rtw.ntiv r,a
Trms cash. marlHrfUt
SAFES AND SCALES.
ROCHESTER S0ALE WORKS.
S.ronxr. Accurate and Dnrabla.
.60 varieties and 8ir.es, adapted to erery use.
aw utaTestooi ttie test oi as years.T
ForsTtn's Trucks. BacKase Barrows. ColiY
Prrses and Sugar MitJsI Send for circular.
lUIUlllltt W AMLAAE, lien. Agents.,
87 Watcr-st.t Clereland, Ohio.
Scales rep i red. Jy2S
MAKVIS'S PATKM SAFKS (Alum
and dry planter fillinc.) lo not lose their
proof oualitiea by age. Always reliable.
stood every leBt triumphantly. Fire, Damp
Bore-lar Proof. Fiftr-seven sizes of BnsiueDs
Also olofcant House Eafas. for plate and
in styles of furniture. Tbe Best Securi
in tin v. otld. Kent, for circular.
j u as iTti w EMLaa si, ian. Afents.
87 Water -St.. Cletbland, Obio.
SMT Saf-B Repaired. Jy23
Of all Kinds,
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.,
S-2 SCPERIOR STREET,
We also manufacture and deal in
Store rand Warehouse Trnel,Bagirse
and i:ip re-i narrows, (any, Has V
S ol Ion Presae, Weia;b-snaNlers'
Beams and Frames, Letter
Manliest Presses, Ar., dr.
w. Be casefnl to bny only tbe aennine.
PAT ENT OF F IC ECEN C Y
tSITKD BT1TSS ASB F0BEIG5
PATEXT OFFICE AGEXCI
So. 13C Bank-U,CleTeUnd,0.
W.ar. pi spared totranssct baafneas ot avav
seacripti.n relative to Invention.. Drawlnrs, Oa
vests, Speettoatlons, Patens, lafrrnavoanta, and
Pateat tasra. LCEKIIKiB A OO..
TT0BT EAKDLK TiBLK ClILSKT.
Kie. lot j ost reobivad ; Carvers and B tee Is,
Piaiar and Desert Knives, at redsrae prices. -
00 W LKB A 00, Wsddeli Boass.
Berkshire Life Ins, Company.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
r, of the Berkshire Life Insurance Company"
of Pitt-rield, Mass,, on the 3d day of July. 1
made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
statute of that State.
The amount of its capital stock paid up
U , t Oal.OlHJ (K
Oashoftha Company on hand, and in
tbe hands of agents and other per
sons 4t,5l'5 19
Real estate unincumbered......
The Bonds and Stocks owned
... XUU.741 00
Debts due the Company secured by
mortgage . w
Debts otherwise secured. .
Debts for Premiums, on Policiej in force
.. 146,973 61
All other securities, accrued interest.
atC.v C 13,216 00
Total Assets of the Company ....,6S7,210 80
Loesed in suspense, waiting for proof... $ 14,500 00
Htflf ELL AN IOCS.
he frreatost amount insured in aoy
one risk .
S 20,000 00
State or Massachusetts,
L'OUKTV OF BEBK8HIEE. I
Thomas F. Hunkett, 1'rev'dent, and Benfamin
Chickerire, Secretary cf the Berkshire Liie 1
surance Company, being eevorally eworo, depose
ana say, tnat tue ioregoing is a inn, true and
correct statement of the aitairs of the said Com
pany, and that tbey are tho above described
TH0S. F. PLUNKKTT, ?residnt.
Suisrribetl and dworu Ix fore me. this 4th dor
IKiveCsnt Stamp. JAMES M. BARKER,
btial.j Notary Pubiic.
Orncs or the Auditab or State,
Coixmul'S, O., July 23, 1S06. j
It is heroby certified, that the foregoing is a cor-
reet copy of the statement of cond.tion of the
oerKsniro Liie insurance (company ot rittsneia.
Mass , made to and filed in this office, for the
witness my liana ana seal omciaiiy.
seal JAS. H. GODMAN,
Auditor ol State.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expire on the lst day of January, lSt7.)
Oftice or the Avmtok or State, "i
Coluhci'S, Ohio, July 2;t, lw6. )
Whereas, The ' Berkshire Life Insurance Com-
nv. located at l'itt8h'-ld. in tbe btate ot Alasda-
cbuetts, has filed in this office a sworn state
ment of it condition, as required by the act lo
regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated
bv the State of 0h;o," passed April 8. lKri&, and
amemlt'd setimaryw, i?h,i( ana tbe act "lo repn-
late roreizn insurancj -omitanies." paesea Apn
, aii a, Vi uttreat. said lxmpany nas turuitiDea
the undt-riKued satisiactory evidence that it is
possessed of au actual Capital of at least One
undrtHi ana Ditty itiouaaud lwilara, invested as
reanircd by said acts; and oereas. said UniLany
has bled in thi. office a written instrument under
s corporate seal, &igu3d by tbe President and
secretary thereof, aulhonziue any aeent or aeenu
of said Company in this Sta'e to acknowledge ser
vice or process, lor anu in Delialt oi said Jompanr
accord i up to the terms of said act of April 8, 1655.
Aow, tuereiore, in purn nance of tne acts
afonisaiil, I, James ii. Uodinau, Auditor of State
for Ohio, do hereby certily that said Berk
shire Life Insurance Company of Matisachnitetts,
authorized to transact tne business of
ife Insurance in tiiis Estate, until the thirty-first
ay of January, in the year One Thousand Lixht
In witni'SS whvreof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the 8 al of
my oince to be affixed, the day and year
Stamp. JAMES H. GODMAN,
Auditor of State.
By Jas. Williams, Chief Clerk.
SPENCER & STONE,
Aarents for northern Ohio,
S1U Snperior-st., Cleveland.
F . MARSH, JR.,
General Agent for the State. ;'lu-ln-
uati, Si. w. t erser s nsru sail
Walnut M reels.
II Trlt D
SUM nSSURAXCE COJIPABII,
FIRE AMD MARINE.
Office No. ItS Surjfflor-st., Cleveland.
Capl tal L $3J50,000.00,
Fnlly represented by First.Clas. Standard
Stillman Witt, John V. Warner,
Jaines Masou, kobert Hanna,
fi. I. Baldwin, Henry Harvey,
U. M. Chivpin, O. A. Broeks,
W. H. Price, J. P. Bobison,
STILLMAN WITT, President.
H. M. CHAPIN, V. President,
B O. ROPrTg, Secret-ry. mr30:KS
rife .Bnra& e Compaitv,
Of llartfo.d. Conn.
JOHSi S. RICE. President,
MAT! I EL. t. E1.MOKK. rM.-cretary.
K. (I. H. Unntlngton, Gen. Agent,
OlUee No. 7 Pnblle Square,
Those wishing to seenrea policy in a reliable
coiupauy, or to act as ageutsat a lilicral compensa
tion, will call or address the agent by letter. ju7
L. D. HUDSON,
General Fire, Marine and Lire
Office, Oriatt's Exchange, foot Superior Btreet,
aaPBKscKTe tbk roLtvowiso ooaPAxias :
Buckeye Mutual Ins. Co., ClaTeland, Assets.
Ohio, (Fire and Maiine)......... 25i,b22
National Fire A Marine, of Boston, Mass. 7O2,00
Franklin Fire A Marine, of Cincinnati. SOO.OOO
Market Fire Ins. Co., Sew York . 414,7i3
Norwich Fire Ins., Co.. Norwich, Oonn.. 425,244
New Fork Life New York - 5,W0,ifiv
United States Accident Ins. Co., Syra
cuse, N. Y... ... 200,000
1 11,4,7. It.
Losses rroniptlj Adjusted and fald.
Particular attention given to tho adjustment ol
Marine iHtaaea. L. D. HUDSON.
Agent and Adjuster.
Oapt. O. A. Qaapwaa, Marine Inspector. ap27BA
Ma(nal Life lusuraneeCo
OF NEW YORK.
FEEDKKll'K S. V.I5SK1N, President.
CASH ASSETS, f EB. 1, 1866,
Has Hnrpassest all other American
Life Insurance Companies
In Amount or Assets, all Cash;
In the Soperlor Character and Safety
of Its Investments;
In Amount of Annoal Income, al
In the Amount of Dividends Declared
The Dividends being larger In amount
and in proportion to Premiums paid
than has been declared by any oth
er Life Insurance Company.
For Arencies ia Ohio or for Pamphlets and cl
culara with foU particulars, apply to
JOHN 6. JENNINGS,
apll J. MATHEWS, Agent, Akron, O
BUCKEYE MUTUAL INS. COMPANY.
FIRE AKD MARINE.
Capita .. .300,000.
Profits divided in Cash to the Stoek and Policy
holders. Thirty per cent. Cash Dividend paid on
the earned premionu of all participating Policies
for year IKoS.
Takes Marine Hazards of all Klads;
Fire Risks on Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture
Vessels ia Port, and the better class of risks gen
Win. Hart, W. T. Walker, . H. Chamherlia
Chambrlin, T. W. Peltoa, C. A. Gardner,
Amasa StoneJr.L. D. Hudson, A. W. French,
Peltoa, S. L. W ill&rd.
Office, Ovtatt'a Exchange, toot Kupe-
rtur-ss., a aevesanu, v.
WH. HART, President.
L. D. HPDSOS. Secretary.
CAPT. a A. GABBKKB, Marine Inspector.
No Change of Cars
On sttad after HlotMlar, JoIt 2, 1)966
Trams will ran to nicHtro sm fol
low k: lsy the Cleveland, 4'olam
bus A: Cincinnati, and Piitsvo
bnrsr, t'ert Wayne fc
VIA CRESTLINE :
Leave '.leveland 6.20 A. M., J.i5 P. M., 8.20 P.M.
Arrive C-estine 9:05 A. M., 6 00 P. M., 11.10P.M.
Arrive F't Wayne3.10 P. M., 11.40 P M., 5.2S A.M.
Arrive Chicago 8.00 P. M., 6.00 A.M., 11 30 A.M.
wSs-The 6.-0 A. M. Train RUNS THROCrtH
FKuM ULEVELASD TO CHICAGO WITHOUT
.B tbe 2:45 P. M. Train passengers obtain
Supper and Sleeping Car at Crestline at 6 P. M.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM SLEEPING CASS
are attached to the 8.20 P. M. Train from Cleve
land, and RUN THROUGH TO CHICAGO WITH
OUT CHANGE I
Ask for Tickets by the
CRESTLINE ROUTE ! .
Which can be procured to Fort Wayne, ChJcsgo,
and ail points West, at the Union Ticket Office.
147 Superior street, and at the Union PaMssnger
Depot, CITtaod. W. O. CLKLAND,
un. wearera rasaengor agent, Chicago.
Cleveland. July S, - nayt4:Klf
TXIU USSHKS (rood tad Chea
QSiniruH I J.L A b BOTU AJi,
French Horn etk Chains!
A large assortment just opened at the
Sun Umbrellas !
At cost at the
POINT, thread CUI
PURE, BRUSSELS &
A splendid assortment at greatly "traced prices
LADIES' AXD GEXTS,'
At less than Importers" prices at the
A Splendid Assortment of
A TITHE BAZAAR !
Crumb, BasHngtoii & Kendall
247 Superior Street,
Received Ibis day tbe third lot of
One and one-half yards wide, at onlT 81 per yard,
tne eneapeT troons erer orouftnt to tnis maraet.
CKUMB, BASLilStiTON KKNUAlvi.,
jv27 217 Superior street.
H. T. Hower & Co.
BLACK & WHITE
Traveling Dress (foods,
White and Black Lace Points
H. T. HOWER & CO.
lyl 330 Superior SI reet.
White Berage Shawls,
Ilair Cord Jacks,
Plain and Check Swiss,
E. R. GRISWOLDI&.Co.
217 Snperior Street.
Look out for Poisoned Seeks.
THE ONLT ENAMELLED PAPEB
COLLAR, manufactured free from any pois
onous preparation, as pronounced by tbe highest
luouiisusiutuvni ui me country, is
Goldsmith a Permpirntion Frof En
other manufacturers of Enamelled Collars use
composition made from White Lead a deadly
poiwo- M.HALLE CO.,
. 147 Water-et.
Ajrents for CleTeland for Goldsmith's Patent
Glace Collar. jr2
TKKTH BBUSHK8, good quality, and
aoM at small profits by
uuu s-JHILL ABROTHER,
Pv sra las (MUrWrt.
FKK8H TKA8 A new snpply of 6reen
and Black Tea of av.r Jun.tiM Hivtaj
wirb great care from recent importations, and for
St small profits at No. 126 Ontario street, by
CLOAKS AM) DRESS GOODS
J. n. dewitt co.
J. H. DE WITT & CO.,
J. H. DrWITT A Co.
EI. BALDWIN & CO. oiler this Jay
, .1(0 Spun Silk Shawls, the firest quality, re
duced from ten dollars to six dollars.
One hundred ami twenty piece t'heckud and Plaid
at one collar
Twonty-tive pieces Fonlard Rilfc.i at one doll;ir.
Eighteen elecait Silk Wautli s, the fiuast qnalitits
anil latest aemgus, at ont-liau
of early prices.
jy4 E. I. BALDWIN ft CO.
KAUFMAN & BR.O.
POP SKIRTS Sl CORSETS !
Ladies' ruder Garnicnts,
WnOLKBALB h BIT A IX,
Made to order at greatly reduced prices at
jy6 312 Superio-nt., m-xt to 2d Pres. Church.
J. M. HOWER. &. CO."
124 Ontario street,
Offer bargains in
Also a full line
SWISS & BOOK MUSL'S,
PLAIN AND STRIPED
CORSETS IX ALL SIZES.
I3 ONTAItKS STREET.
HOWER & HIGBEE
Oiler this day,
AT REDUCED PRICES,
We hare also just received a full line of
PLAID & STRIPE
PLAID & STRIPE
Jyl8 339 Kt PH I B STREET.
0XE A50 . A HALF YARDS WIDE,
One Dollar; Seventj' Five Itenfs
NOW SELLING FOB 0NK DOLLAR.
I. P. SIIERWOOD.
KBT BAKUAIN8 OF THK SEVS0.Y.
rery fashionahle for dresses, at only 60 cents a
yard. This is about one-hnit the urueral price of
similar goods. Also, good quality urocaue Alpac
as, only 60 cents a yard, with a splondtd stock of
bummer 1'rees uoo:is, wnicn i positiv?! 'Unuuce
ill be sold at lower prices than can bfi ur chased
any other house in the city. . lit ai aa,
junv'A corner anpenor-m. ana a do.i: cfjcar
OLACK SILKS I havel-t received
XJ a splendid assortment of tbe est qnalities of
Mantle ana urees biiks. xnese 4uocs were pur
chased at tn. lowest point of ta- season, which
enables me to sell them at veryiw prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase gcod ad cheap Black
Silks, will save money ty ciilliii' at
B. ti i si a A -a i.neap i.-y uoods Btore.
Mr store will be opened every satnrdav evening
from sundown till 10 o'clock.
junea 8. H.
FOR THE MANDKERCHltF.
it V V
iriavst Exqnisittft Delicate ant! Frsu
iraut Pertfame, EtistilltNl front tl.
Rare Bcaatifal Flower rrosw
which.it Inkra its nam.
Manuiactaretl only by PZI A T.OIV & SO!Y.
3F Eeware of Counterfeits.
5V for Fhalon TlrrJSre no oihrr.
Sold by dr&ggl&ts gencraiiy.
1 ' -
b." -t 1
REMOVAL. Mr. F. H. Morris hay
ing removed his Clothing Store from No.
Monument Square to fiO Prospect street, respect
fully asks a continuance of the patronage so libe
rally bestowed upon him in the naat. and hnnas bv
increased facilities and strict actuation to the
wants of his customers to merit the same in the
future. Eastern fashions received. All work
warranted. A good assortmrat of cloths on hand.
hrch will be sold at the lowest rat, or made aa
thhr and rnnmt fMonhV .tvl-. hp'R' rtl4
MEBWIN ST, CLEVELAND.
Ohio, is tha Dlace where thev kn.r the
cbeapeat and tbe best Cnrled Hair, Neats Foot
sua raper ana uiss, ..... ..
)ra:HUrlMtl .GEO. SMITH,
CKOSBY OPEKA IIOUSE
ART ASSOCIATION !
V UOSPEC T,U S
THE SPKING OF 1865, MR. IT. H. CROSBY COMPLETED HIS MAG-
1 N1F1CEKT Ol'KUA HOUSE, at a cost of S600.000. Owina-to th- nt rTrM nf hi. .wrwrtditTir.
over the original oatimatt a, rtclti'tiK from the enhanced Talue of materials and labor during the war,
from raodtacatione and improTnonts suggted in tha progress of the work, which were necessary to
perfect bis design, and from otlmr unforeseen causes which it ia unnecessary to state, Mr. Crosby be
oame financially finbarrnssed, and only succeeded in his purpose of giriug to Chicago this noble work
of art at the sacririre of his fortune.
This reverse harinc wade the sale of the property necessary, the friends of Art in this and East
ern cities have urged the idea of making its disposal the basis of a National Distribution cf Paintings
and Knin-ttviuss, upon the Art 0nwQ plan. The suggestion rant with the approval of gentlemen of
prominence in business circles Imre, and led to tbe subscription, by a number of the leading citi
zua of Chicago, of a Ur fund for the institution of the OPEKA MOUsK ART ASSOCIATION,"
tb oWect-j ol which should b: the realization of the original cist of tbe Opera House, by tbe sale of
certilica.U'4 of m uibtimhip, and the distribution by lot of the Opera Bouse and a large collection of
Paiiitirjs ari'l Kor;ivinr: of value among tho holders of the certificates.
Tht.ro will hv itnnot, to im mtT irertiftcates for 210.0hi sh-vr" at 5.00 each, numherin- from 1 to
10,tNHi inclusive, WHICH ENTITLE THE HOLDER TO RECEIVE ONE OB WORK Of THE FIB8T
CLASS STEEL ENGKAV1NG HEBEtN AfTKa DESCRIBED, A SflAHs IH TH B AWABD OT
PKEiLIUilS, and free aaiiiiusioa to liit Galleries of tbe Association nntil the award takes piaco.
THE ASSOCIATION WILL. ON THK
Til UK it! 1UDKU
THE LOT UPON
Fronting 140 by ISO feet oa Washington street, Chicago one of the flmst buildings
America erected at a ciwt of $Ou,t00; and now yielding, exclusive of the Opera House proper,
a yearly rental of SiO.oOu together with all its Splendid Scenery, Machinery, Furni
. tare Fixtures, and Accessories.
Three Hundred Paintings.
INOLUDItiO, AMONGST OTHERS OF GREAT VALUE, BIERSTAF.T'S GREAT WORK.
" THE IfO SEMITE VAIXET," WORTH !0,0(K..
For Fall Vint of Paintings, SEE CATAtOCilE.
Also, tbe Original Iofc-liza B&at of
ABI2AIIAM LINCOLN, FROiI LIFE.
Eierntfd in the purest Csrrtra Statuary Marble, by L. W. YOLK, to which has been sis irned a plae
in the World's Exposition, to be hi-ld at Paris In 1867. Valued at Two Thousand Dollars 1
Kow on Exhibition at tbe Crosby Art Gallery.
TF TnUSn! n Wi" be T1
FIRST OF 0010BEK followmS, tbe Award of
. ?.Sn ,wr''"10. B"ol"' brtnar
miubrs ol tho turn mi lire to conduct
WM. F. CO0LBAUCH, Pres't Union Nat. Bank.
AMOS T. HALL, Treasurer C. B. A Q. B. B.
E. 0. HALL, Hall, Kimbark A Co.
CLINTON BRIGGS, Ewing, Bri'gs 4 Co.
J. O. DORE, President of tbe Board of Trade.
These gentlemen, together with sucb others
lo their number for tbe purpose of fairly representing the shareholders at large, will bav. the
Sole Management of the Award.
ALL ITS DETAILS WILL BE ARRANGED AHD EXECUTED BT THEM.
The Plan of tUe Award Adopted la the following:
TWO bnn'lred and tt-n thousand nnnVn rmtnuinti.. hm ..., A . ... :.. i , , . ,
wheel, and thr-r hundr-d and ,mTZ":iZrr:r"?Zm?.J?rr2r
Opera House, tiiree hundred Paintln-.-i, anllhe But of Lincoln) will be placed in another. From
,theewhe;-la a number and a Dr.minm will K Hr.n . ih... ...i.i ,
'1 1 1. , t. .1 T. ... . ! . 1.
iremium urawn witn it.
,Diium will bo ready lor delivery Immedialely upon the result of the 'award beinr known; and
i by whom tho t irst Premium is drawn wiU receive a Conveyance in oe or an Unincnmb.r.
. the Crosby Opara Honw, subject only to the existing leases, the rents to accrue to th.
xne rrcmiami i
the person 1
ed Title to 1
.. .. pn'pnj .nan do awarded rrom
lormauon relative to the rule and kgal arrangemanU wUl be iuruished on application at tha Real
v.u oi diwui . s ayres, t;nicago.
Certificates, Five Dollars.
The Purchaser of a Certificate will rnt-atVA with it Aliha. nn nr .k- nn i v .
!VJnf Waiwawr,'' or,
are worth the price of the Certificate.
subscribers fur two or m.irH ( rtirt-ra- wa-nf
ncates isjcen. for fngraviucs issued to these
SEE PROSPECTUS. "t3
H CBOSBT.Esa :
Dr. ia Si in :- have been pleased to learn that yon hays decided to adopt tbe " Art Union " pria
pie in the disposition of your Opera Honse.
While we should be elad to know ,.r .n. .n ln .... K . . i. , . .
would add itreatlv to oor m.ru VZiZT.
&'n?ii?r?tJi 1? t"".it" ' ""betlc taste nOTg,t us. That this would be only
rravnn t. i h dtnbutia, as rropod, of a large number of first class painting, and .n
gravmos, we have no doubt, and conirratnatM tl nnh l nn .hi. r. .u
portant one that they possess in your own well established integrity, satisfactory guarantee tht tn.
enterprise wiU be f..rly andhonorably conducted. With sv-y wish that ,ouiy succel, w. sis!
aear sir. Tours Very Turly,
. . Coclbaunb, Pres't Union national Bank.
Hiram Wheeler, Wheeler, Monger A Co., Elev'r.
A. Ellis, Pres't 2d Nstkraal Bank.
W. Mack, Ed. and Prop. Chicago Republican.
Amos T. Hall, Treasurer C. B. A Q. H. B.
M&hlon D. Opden, Ogden, Fleetwood A Co.
Y. Mnnn, Munn A ttcott, Elevator.
Wesley Monger, Monger, Wheeler A Co., Elev'r.
K. I. Tinkhau, Cashier 1 National Bank.
Chaa. L. Wilson, Ed. and Prop. Chiaago Journal.
E. Sarirent, Gen. Freipht Ag't Mich. C. B. B.
E. Doeeett, Dnrrgett, Bassett A Hill.
W. Uinadale, liinedaie, Sibley A fiodicott.
S..I). Kimbark, Hall, Kimbaik A Co.
Ira Holmes, Cashier Third National Bank.
G. L. Faxon, Faxon A Co.
A.G.Burley, Barley ATyrell.
Nathan Mears, Hears, Bates A Co. '
Kurtc. In ordericg Certificates, please name Sngraving desired. If ths Engraving be forwarded,
ensure its safety enclose nine cents in stamps for tnbing. Send Drafts, Post Omse Money Orders
Greenbacks, with address of Town, Connty and State, carefully written, as every Certificate is fully
Alt orders for Certificates, and coiamnalcatiOBa, shonldbs addressed to
U. H.CE0SBY, Actuary A A.
And directed either to No. 23 Crosby's Opera Hoase,
J. W. SARCEANT, AGENT, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
i si --n. ' : ' : r- .i -
FIRSTS OF OOTOBIMt NEXT. AWARD ITS
AND TWO PREMIUMS
HE miu n
OPERA HOUSE !
WHICH IT STANDS.
the 2nd of SEPTEMBER, 1866, and on th.
Premiums will be publicly made at the Onera Hons
rlosed, it 11 be plnecd In tha hands of
the award or Premiums , "t
JAS H. BOWEN, Pres't 3d National Bank.
JAMES C. FARGO, Agent American Express.
FRANCIS A, HOFFMAN, i-Lient. Governor.
I. T. MCNN, Munn Scott, Elevator.
J. A. ELLIS, President 2d National Bank.
from different parts of the country as thov mav add
- " , .BU HI, IMUm UllVfl Will
tne day npon which the drawiasr tikes nlace.
aintberiar Apples," which at nobUshers rates'
receive IngraTiags worth ths amount of the Certf-
'f Cfllcsao, June 1st 186.
,k" ZZ. .1';"' ""
Clinton Briggs, Swing. Briggs A Co.
Jas. H. Bests, Pres't 3d National Bank.
Chauncey T. Bowen, Bowea Brothers.
Jan. C. Fargo, Snp't Ameri -an Express.
Geo. L. Dunlap, Sup t Northwestern H. B.
N. K. Fairbank.
J. O. Do re, Pres't Board of Trade.
Oeo. P. A. Healy, Artist. "
Elisha 8. Wadsworth.
Geo. S. Bowen, Bewen Brothers.
W. F. Story, Ed. and Prop. Chicago Times.
"'.?' Smith, Vice-Pres't Northwestern B. B.
C. M. Henderson, O. M. Henderson A Co.
H. H. Magie.
F. C. Sherman, Ex-Mayor.
I; I. Leiter, Field, Palmer A Letter.
F. A. Hoffman, Ex-Lieut. Gov.
Peter Page, V. 8. A-seesore.
Carl F. W. Juuge. Cashier Mecb. Nat. Bask.
A. C. Hesing, Editor St tats Zeitnng.
Jnlian S. Ramsey, Ex-Mayor.
David A. Gag., ahermaa liouse.
Chicago, III., or to (25 Broadway, New Tork.