Cleveland Daily Leader from Cleveland, Ohio on September 6, 1865 · Page 2
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LI BIS met mil lt " "" IlM. LOST-"-Ab -envelope -ooBtainiDg aom ateatr -dollar, coeAtjUDf. of one compound-InutMt note, turn three or tour tl notre, end bel- bet.ean the Puet-ofSoe and the beoood watKD-i bank. Th Stiaar wll b l!,rtl)r rwi4l M leATinett at tl LruH:oTitinf ttocm B-r-Vlt LXJB 8 ALB A fine Kisktonse or Cedar A- at. about-oMoiile tress t oitr line. Tso Botvs of ground, aeaea ol which erf producing rrei..' P- Plr u 4. .A,lieuLl. p. pitotg LR 8 ALB CARRIAGES AMU BUG- A- tK4 -froM wielneg Bare llni,-tei;-able CsrruMie or Bug? o! uie beat oeJit. . i k. . i, .1. . uiu..Ji W.,t4." lrVlltfM Ffcctorx, two nun .uui ol Paikman Tillage, "'''JiJj vain, writ r mer win nua ine - , lower thuicau b. hnuulll.'.. , 2ti.ii, 1 1'ii A M. 1 ai kinanU. i.f lit sa LK A fine stock of Dry Goods JC ud tb. ion eeee (obtained at low ret of large bt.i Rojm aituat -d in on of tbe be-t baainee. lo-clKi keaTtll Add- Box 71, Meeeville. LXJii 8AJL.K A. ALochine Shop, wiU U J- tb Tool 'reqniied Tor manufacturiDsf ud to-pturui work toe t Oil liesFtxia. thm Umj9 loca-l a m fraoklm. Uie (treat centra oi tti6 Oil traie. Atdn aom id Jrauoa VBa&o Uk., Vt&ifa FOR SAL K-bix flret-rate .light open Bag .. wilt be told ctreap at the Btxeb WoueV iwtvi$b facftoriMwa an- aoatn . rrwii lr.se, uotuiii Uiiuu, Luo. Addreai k. - CP- FOii ttA L-liiLKI 606,000 Aorat of Cke to. Lands in Mortbera Jliwonri lor wte by tb Ua-iDitMti A M Josepa 11. lo., tor cm or ea Var' ewk.. i tarnwa all Jk Oomrame ciicnlan aud aJvtrt'tlo dicaiaota. Apply to ALafcltr 4LI.IN. ft.. 7 w ixagn, UteTatauQ, i. an.wo C Uut wi 1 void at a krw HtidHm wi l b tmld At a tu Dries, at ths peevn M'otRlsOArnace &tiup. two sue aoatu f Farkmaa HAU,Trk.matj. ip6:2 Yioraa "asd Lot pok 8ALB in XI. bafilCA.Wa4 Im aold cheap, Tim to a rmra opaortaiutr tor Uvriutii or ouun aesirvas oi euu-cauatt Uwir otiiklmi at tbcttaoU of tferea, aoa a ouuiq a tioms at imali lutirt. AddreoB r. O. Box Ml 0raul"' itna viuoa, vicTUia, von Jylsitt. lOK BA1B Five light top Buggies, X: bniie of tb bent Dt ate rial and liauhed in rood tn, will b moid at raouat4o priOM, at tbe Beecki Wuwdf iarriaji act. rj, iwg luiiua wain oi rtrt ma Tiltae, lieanva Uouiitjr, Oluo. d'traso B. W, I I'll AM, 1'arkmaiL, at pa;24 iUT STAVES AND HEADING. V The no dermic nod keep oonataotlj on band ft I acro ftod oU aukde atooa o( laaaoaad out Atavw aa4 HoadiDj, at tbo .oarast varaet pricca. aokMj near Olmlana. A i'oledo Hottroad depot. All oidara promptly Wkd and aumfattoa var- r all too. .una kinxuivci, ft romont, O. Jntj 18:M4 . - . LOii SAlii TH JS LAKGS DOTXBLB Jj UoUf a&d Prospeot street, mutabie lee a DoarUiuK ( oae. Teraiatwaf . JCotiaire of OOh WAl k NohLH. at th jftioeo' Rackofi ft Noble. fel:F WANTS. WANTED, llealaeee hd re Twauitd to apply or Clerka, Buuk-koepeia, Poter, ALcbanl(.s. AppreubctM, aad aioyeee, to ttae Agoacj oi too baiutary Jeiunu-ioQ bo. y bank strM-t, where boidiors, boooreblf duoaargwiand wU qnalifltid. will bo auad wiiuiig aul abxtoue to w rk. bferuoee wii 1m faralahod wbett reQUlresL Ho cbrK lr aerTijoa oftbia Agency. a it uktiom ar do wauted tor tbe fclkmioAi: . 4 Botk-ktpard, Hue pcontuo ; 17 t;irk, xpiritOcd in ilry fcooJa, grocery or drag tore ; ' 13 DriTeri, Grooms and.CardenerBr 3 lortr; ...( ..u':;: 2 lactam! bs; 1 Marble Cutter; . . : - ' . 1 W oulf a ULiahsr ; 1 Hboeniakr; t Karuiora; 6 Macbiuieta ad TbMmith! errenttore; bve uo trade and wi U oo an thing ; 7 duablMl nien wan piaoe nnwirifltn, tgonU or otboe pxirtera. . Pi wa? od in yoor oraers and nely tnew m a earn anbouaet liriu. Ap ly at SV BAJTa: oTBt7P. WAUIBil 600 To tell 1 1 .Crosbj Liwof Abnham Liincoill,, EplMidid Portrii of Liuoolu, (iraot, and otken, PtmldtBt Liuoolu'a XeMb-Ded fioaa, i'r.denl lonooLa ua am iy, Carta Vniu, erroogrlb 1M PuoWgnpt. tmlna ii. b. t,Kat.N. Boom 4, Amencan Buiiding. CloTetaud. wtS36 ThJA. IBD 1,000 second hnd copies of llookK'i lUtaral Huloo. U the Old Book u" A. 8. HOLLOVBLI. " "WAN TED KITCHEN Glltl One T I mho cas Kre rood reconmeDdattotie, to D Work oi a aiuali laimly. App J at t. Ml Kinmaa vv ANIKU BOAUD Two yooog gen- ALanm Hlr InrniBDwd rooma and iKtaia tD I k.r ilirr. rebut few oilier pWas SrVT.prlorrd. Adttr.ai AKH Y, Ww eKse. NY I aotik, waalior and ironor, the otner to doaefloiid relilica rauuirett. Apply a auumuiw. mtfb-M WAHl'KD 200 Agents wanted by H. A.BBUWKKLb. Atwatar BniMlng. irn XKD By a Gentleman, Board for 11 kiuwUand two childrea-boja 10 d U j eara ofLwTii priTato l.mllT. two room, dasuad, iluSTna would preler lamiau. Wuo wlUiid elaTdu aoce. five mmoia' walk of 1 1 P- 0. ti 2Trirouci givMi if dwind, Addrea. P. Jt. OKA a", btiiiig Amuuong. Kraggultv pai - "WrAHTltD One 15 or 20-hone power V poi table Kngiae, hi good order. Addreaa L. ke K. il igiltXmi 5,., k X Atwatar Bioofe , Oi.ro- lnd, U. -"" - AVANIBO-O UOrS US GOOD YY Workniau can find atradr amloTinaiit ard ttufacwir w. JlBiiuraat u uflia .tawii AUTKD TO KEMT A smail, con- YV Toa-anthyaaa, A4draLeadaxOuiiUug-liK.m aiip:il .22 T'--i-i.irKl'KKinKn ROOKKKEFJtB A. waota a itaatton. Addrau 10 1MMT M. iMadar OliKHv. . : "aJtf- WAJSTED MEM Who wish to en-awe Id a legitimi-M- fcnalnaal In whh the JStSJitotiroia 1UU w SAW, an. inlited to caU at rt; Cniua bt.re, No. 2C ouperior .1.. and .xam- tnfioaoi tbarnol importaot aud ot tot, ag;; bat ai.cuiia aad aolla lor U W 3- naUXT """"'. . t " A. j.'wbODWOBTH.' " IT ANTED "AGENTS Energetic Men 1 1 to act aa AfenU .or tha Life ot Sbrabam i-ln a ola. iTberil lerm. aclnaie territon guaraay. AoaUoatioua trom laiurnod itticora, aalditr, SeauVaud -U 7rann bkm. at abuuy. auouid be uwsa, il Ui.r d..ir w aagas. Uitluj pronij- l7rTLnncT Alriaa, tor t-rna, lernuirr. As , to 1. lin.uuiitb.l-a. . " eorttt $150 ffiElStoP' S"VmtoTrc incCi a atamp awjadarana WANTED-CAJI V Mwr.ua tt waw-. ad boldiera and i4e awake meo ' aud -womni waotrfWoaa.aaalorereeleTa AJBWjoan UiuHi, ?SiV mtoDul the tamerctia catch-pena) niato-? o-thawifaaBali kori.adu wnlna wl i ruadcaat uTr Uie land, but Una rich jlore-bfu ofnTaibi h.or.cl mUr. 4 wulrii acatlered alaswnera, and a bej ooppleUHl Ul rlTwT. lartnar'a ourn-enb altar artfal-pataa uk ol mMi . ; T ' ai-. -tT" . Juuna BeuTi Biwna. Aa a wart a. art canfaMi ra aau wuw-u .v. ------- wTibiiok Hi liardlr a fault from tnero-iwwy l.omoe.to bUBi"rKl- lalluaraaaaO, Ui8 hka r.niitHl and parfort. lea wK ia del Mil m. Jet pud-iiV ur'X-nc rSant. rt fcrcible; It. aarratiT. iiiiVnBohadVw raiiOr,MdrtawtjtoJea HMUt aaiiTlilinticlaaauiniol vara-. . . . Th e b.k.k are aow wadj Aird-lrrarr. , -- LkVlBAJiitaK.livuerttiA gen i ur M orthern Unfo, Njrti.-rn Iiuaua,aii4 IHcbwaa.Ho. lta:aejrr Bt-.CIfVolaud.O. P. O. Bo JWL, n , , a:-.K2:'i'-lft 3eodaww - , f ,1, ..r M.UUULU Statue. Ol urt S0. 6. & s. ckifiTiii n.r. ' $20. A rear caa- e realiBea gitaiaa; ana pat-uni up tha OKlf jlAi. 1) Kltt PliAIIC. ko..m, amntnl, wtaak. Tooh. and In- 1 awuctiona c jat S20. a.. 1, TODD 4 C. ju Nbuan itmit: New lOfk. ' - ' . 'AilsSD ton aV UrltAIUjaWlv KftA SALESMXN WANTED To ao. Bolt and nil ordwi ior "". fi .o.- BCTCBBKD JBOIiS IIBft, xaaataneed Aawrta, PmPJ'tluaal aaun, Lar Pach-ata. tfeaoht-ra, Alecuaaica and r arnierv avanwui find tb la a aieaaaat. and at tbe aam time a Vacrawra oo-enpatioo tne comiua jeaaon. Aa uld sent vrltes 'I take from 73 to I2S ml use libera par weea. dreaa bj Baa, 0. B. luLTu A B0o., Pnbliahsraof anttent-ral AgwnU or Booka and auffraTina, at .., Sd Boor, iiimaaa Brtclt, Bear ixinra uoa-e. MlliCKLLANUOUl, ? Kl i iliA MONEY ADVANCED' OtVaVVVlaanniatoanlt at the old atand and Jji.-Juvro WAOKaK'lt UAH OTT 1C, w aaa-rtooa elwrarr kind, Tt: OoU aad SUr attkaa, KSioida, Sifter Wara, Jewtlrr: Onna, PMto!, ufTjrriirr Oooda, Planoa, Hatoieowa, and all par. .,rr' ertr and artldoa of aaisaion uia atoataat- omce-cornert. ! HtiC - . " r. octal 1. C. a W. WA0SXB. pHOTOGBAPE vAKra TOR GKN- ecota. lncloaaan er-Telope rtV. t . Is -w Yrk aoaddraaai,lUlHkiTS,aS irty ' 3rJ.T tatv. - -awaewajaaaawal NOTICES. H 11LIIIA NOTICE All fceraonsi 1X aianpted In acoordaBoa wHk tba BTDTlaiOBS of ui. MlUtia Lw of Olu-.are aaqaind lo ya to tba Ucnnty Treaaorrr, on or belora tha loin Bp-taaiaar. lnat , Iba turn ot four doitara etoareMta--tlon. BfartbalMnlMt.,aaaitrofproirt, vtii ba aaau. j i it : a ""'.r t- aeprlH Conpty Auditor. KYB FLOUBI BYE FLOUB1 Po aalal lata so SBft, at Wareooue of aaJi ' JUiDB, BP W CO. DAILY LEADER ' DAILY, TBI-WEKKLT A WEEKLY, PUBLISHED BT THB CLinXalD LUDXB COM FA BIT. The Trial of Jefferson. Davis. II is safe to say, although we think no public arinounoemenl "of Xhe fact Iim tieen made, that the Government has determined to try Jefferson Davis ior treason, and as toan a practicable, yne announcement will be' good news to every man who earn' estly desires to make . Pie Union secure, and to realize the 'declaration of President Johnson, on assuinine. his ofSee, that treason must be shown to be a crime.' Far this reason 'we are rejoiced that the Government has. decided to try Davis for treaaoaandjnoVor the assassination of the a resident or the barbarous treatment ol Union prisoners. , ven supposing that he could be proven guilty of either of these crimes, . his great, and crowning guilt, of which these were the lesser and natural onahoots, was that ot treason. . It is highly xnportant, also, that the question whether secession is treason, , or whether t&e ioui and hideous theory ol ttates' lights, which the Democracy ot Ohio have f had the ef- fronterv to make the f andamental pianE in their platform, shall be held to justify the attempted,,, fevcution. Ji;..vne Bourne States. ;. - Vim legal quartioM'iU. ,be , settled , ty iaaif lrisTheJllret is : Were the ordinances of secession vaCdTahd bidding? If , jeaL the ordinance of se cession passed by the Mississippi Convention, absolves JeHerson Davis, a cilizan of )iicsjatippL..-The crime ol treascn can only be comautted by a citizen, ana ii tne oral ' ninoa of secession, be. binding, Jefferson Dfevis is not a citizen of the; United fales. This potnt will, however, haraiy De con tested, in United States court, especially as Mississippi has itself declared its ordinance oi secession absolutely null and void . The second question will be whether the government has. not. eo far recognized the belligerent rights, of !the Confederacy that it cannot indict , its peeudo-Fresident as a traitor. .By the statute ot Jimitauons an indictment for treason can only be for acts' 'committed within ihree years previous to the time at which it was found. It will be claimed, And . on this the counsel of the defendant will make their great reliance that the - .establishment , of a blockade and ... the cartel for an exchange of prisoners ;. involved a recognition of Jefferson Davis and his government as .belligerents. ,: But the government can answer successfully that it has all along protested against the recognition of rebel belligerent rights . by European powers, and that such rights as it ha granted to Jefferson XaVQ turr -only. raxeriize& the fact of a state of a war, and have merely been dictated by motives of humanity, and do not prevent it from holding Davis liable for his crime. , Several cases have already been .decided by the Supreme Court in vol v isg . pie principle that , the concession of belUgerent fights to the rebels does not ab solve civil obligations. , . I It is much more likely that Jeff. Davis may escape conviction through the multi tudinous evasions and loopholes which our civil law affords to the criminal, or through the secret sympathy of some juror, than OB my brood legal principle. If he does, the result of the trial will be inconclusive. If he ia acquitted on broad, legsl grounds, the whole policy .of the government on the subject of amnesty must be remodelled; lor sunnesiy uuiiioa gmrtaam n v uiuiwu-.DaYia.be jot i.Jtorjonen ax branauiu. Ju t Xju in waTigiid ilio oonstitotion , will 'be "vindicated, States' right annihilated, and secession demonstrated tobe treason.'. . j e will probably be tried at Norfolk, be fore the United States Circuit Court, Chief Juslioe Chase presiding. "Weare glad that the expensive folly of a military commis-ion is V be abandoned, and that the great Intellect. of Chief Justice . Chase may be brought to. bear upon the great constitu tional and international questions to be set tled in this trial Whether it will be nec essary to hang Davis, if convicted, is natter yet to be determined. That be be convicted is the desire of every true and loyal Unionist , . . ' . . . 1 The Haytian Rebellion. j inee the election of. i'abre Geffrard to the Presidency of Eayti, and the dpwnfall pfthe tyrant Souluque,matters seemed, for a time, to progress excellently. The laws promulgated during Geffrard's -administra tion have bees, marked by intelligence and thorough adaptability to the want, of the beepre. i Education and agriculture-r-the great .faalore --iB. whtcb, .Hayti needed special development have been actively piaBBa-itirl, snrl It may be fairly olaimed. piat theLHaytiaa President has. ia his lim ited : sphere set - a worthy exa mplo to all Barinek ana, pawriuuc magistrates, xtiv lm raving joonditlen sS the republic, the in- of school and newspapers, and the nal popnlarity of Geffrard, prove his lability. 1:0 - .-ia; -ti-;, I- j The reactionists, he wever, undertook a rebellion.'' After , varied, suceeaaes and re polpes they. have been -driven to the town and fortifications of Cape , Haytien, and iare there - maintaining ' desperate, -resist- lahoav iBy the news j iat arrived they had jgaiaed some smalt 'advantages, and it aid 'that they havs sent ,a commission to ("Washington.-' to: urge that ; no .action be us':pnriuQidaJ..ad thair- interests. . Of icwrsfe, ' 'whias v Hayti has a minister at Washington, so notice can be taken there of thsenyoy. .-. j , '. -A'lra nocoontsL .which . come to ua from Hayti are strongly tinged with party color. It is alleged that Geffrard Ma cruel tyrant; that the government forces are reduced to asnml nutribet-'by death and desertion; ;and that the- Insurgents are on the point 'of gaining-bV--Arawi- triumph. L Just such storle 'were sent "abroad duriag our hte s war about oaf President; about our army, and about ohr: impending defeat. -r The1 , rebels were' soon-to triumph, and the gori ; ernmentwas soon to be overthrown: ' Oblnmbn sense would suggest an' entirely different view of the condrtion of aSairs . in'EsytL' ''Whatevei the report sent tothej Associated Press may say, the fact is plain that the Uayban rebels are cooped up in one town' and 'cannot -get out.' 'This cer tainly does' not promise their ' immediate1 success and the tall of the GeSrard govern ment. - , A dispatch, dated St, Johns, N. B, Sep- aPmper.A, v; u vue great lour oared boat race to-day the shell Thetis, of ladi-antown, won by half a length.. .The Lap-streak, James AiUrdirrg, of Carleton, wm seerjnd: the Oeorge B. Kcdellan, of Bos ton, was third ; and the shell Amphitrite, of St. Johns, was last. The Water was calm and the race close throughout, the four boats coming in -within fifteen seconds of each other. The distance rowed was four and half miles, and tbe time was twenty-nine minutes. The race was eenerallv considered as the finest ever rowed In this harbor. ' - - -.- be Boston Poet hasmaJe a very handsome spIoS7 to Hadama Campbell, a lady described the, Jenkins of thai paper as "an Imaginary' Countess" at Saratoga. The apology like pthers we have see.i, is not in the least benecial to the lady in whose behalf jt is The Titusville Slaughter. It ill bf remembered that a verdict wart found by the coroner's jury which held an Inquest upon the bodies, or vne vic tims of the recent railroad slaughter at Titusvllle, censuring the di rectors and employees of the road for neglect to furnish suitable accommodations, and for carelessness. A second jury, sitting upon the body of E. Bteele -Green, who died after the first inquest was neia, have found a much severer, verdict, the eg- sential portion of which we, give below The iurr do say upon their oaths, that the above named person came wnu aw from severe whines caused by the collision of an express passeneec train with an, extra freight train on tne ou vrees: j&aiiwaa, . the township of Oil Creek, in the county aforesaid, which collision was caused by the culpable negligence of Joseph Funk, engineer, and .rattles: Carey, eosauctor, as by the evidence , shown, said. Funk and Carey having the control of . the- aforesaid extra freight train, and havine' neglected to properly flag the line when the said, exi press passenger tram was tnen- man, dtu and annroaohioir. And farther, that the evidence shows that tne President and directara of said Oil Ureek Aoad are crun. inally liable for the killing of the said E. Steele Greene by refusing and neglecting to. furnish reasonable and ordinary accommodation for iraasencen vtravelline over said road, and particularly, as in evidence shown, that' said B. Steele Greenejwas mrrmeiled to stand, on the platform of i a passenger car, where he- waa? -crushed and injured and came to bis death by the collision as before described, .whiohfOtld not have happened but for the refusal and neglect-of the said president and directors cfihH Mia uu ureeE itauroaa aioresaia to comply with the' r qumTtSoot lor .renon able and ordinary aocommada'iion made by tbe conductors and superintendent of the said Oil Creek Bailroad, at different times, fur the pajaengers travelling ever said road ; and we. the jury aforesaid, therefore request the Coroner 'to issue his warrant for the apprehension and trial of, said Joseph Funk and Patrick Carey,' together with tbe president, directors and man a' gers of the said uu creek Kailroad, who, by their culpable neelieencA as proved by the evidence, have caused the death of said decmuad-B. Steele thnss. We further find, from the evidence, facts and infor mation which have come before this jury, that the equipment of the Oil Creek Bail- road, its insufficient passenger accommo- dation, inability to bring the passenger cars and baggage to a platform, want of facilities for loading or unloading freight, creates unnecessary risk, loss of time and property, all of which evils a reasonable outlay would remedy, and be not only true economy but tend to save life and limb, as welt as property. i On the verdict the. Titusville JSerald comments as follows : ; ,- ! Tbe second inquest developed the gross and flagrant negligence of tha company in this regard so palpably and pointedly that the jury would have been guilty of an un pardonable dereliction of tneir sworn duty had they not, in yiew of the testimony before them of Greene's anxiety and inability to obtain a seat in the cars, solemnly held that at least this one man's death would never have happened had not the President ami EKreotors erf tfaat OH Creek Bail-road refused and neglected to provide suffl cient cars for passer gers. : J- '' ';: It further appears thai those ' officers had been appealed to repeatedly by the Superintendent and Hit conductor to supply more cars. This exculpates these subordinates, while it imposes a fearful responsibility upon those high .oGoials :ajho direct and control the affairs of this corporation. ' Nor did the moral courage of tbe jury stop half way in the discharge of their invidious duty ; but with a firmness that cannot be too highly commended, they followed out the legitimate consequences of their conclusions of fact, and demanded of the Coroner that he issue his warrant for tbe apprehension- and trial of the President, Directors and .Managers ot the Oil Creek Kailroad, as well as of Joseph Punk, the engineer, and Patrick Carey, the conductor of the. freight train, .... The jury also condemn, in emphatic ii!Sk.ftA.f8C'litiee on this road in II lliaiiiil ilL j.f tliiiaj.aj a judgment in which the entire community Boston Corbett. Boston Corbett is a character," and no mistake. When,' contrary to orders he sent a bullet- -whizzing f through Wilkes Booth's skull the Iiord directed the shot; when the bound in pursuit of him after his escape from Andersonville came so near as to "rub his nose," the animal was prevented from biting him by "the same Power that kept the lions from tearing Daniel in pieces, the same Power in whom I trust". ' We reckon the Commission trying Wirz are not far out of the way in deciding to throw out Boston's testimony on the ground-that he is a monomaniac upon the subject of the cruelties practiced at Andereonvilla. These who have known him from the time he used to startle the Methodist prayer-meetings with his "antics," have been unkind enough to suppose him a -monomaniac on almost every subject More properly speaking, Corbett is a religious enthusiast, who entered tbe service from purely conscientious motives, but unfortunately with the impression that a religious duty duty devolved upon him' to shoot somebody, friend or foe, while man or black, i : Like Senator Chandler, he believed that a "little blood-letting" was needed, and that Divine Prouidence' called upon' him especially to get a "crack" at som one, and that right speedily. He accordingly distinguished himself long beioxe the wsaas-sination occured; even when , a militiaman, as far back as the summer of 1862, Boston had made his mark among his "fellow soldiers. -' He was at that time oa duty ' at Harper's Feiry in the Twelfth Militia regiment from this. city. . One sultry Sunday afternoon, Boston chanced to be on picket duty near the railroad, half a mile or so beyond Bolivar' Heights; Owing to the intense beat, the Vffioers end soldiers found it uncemfortable to stay in tha en campments, and accordingly sauntered out into the fields and woods, the various pickets along the line permitting them to pass-without hindrance. Not so, however with. Corbett He looked upon, the proceedings , as a desecration of the Lord's day. Accordingly, when ' Captain Herrlck, of tn Ohio militia regiment and a member of the Twenty second NewTfork (Colonel Aepin-wall's, came up to bis beat, he brought them. to. an abrupt halt - Like a; second Cromwell, jof whom he is a great admirer,. Boston, witha'musket in one hand, and a Bible in the other, struck a defiant : attitude on the railroad 1 track -and asked, "where are you going?"; "To pickomej blackberries,'! -was tba answer. .. VDo. you. not know" he replied, "that you arig yiglat-ing God's law? does this book ' not tell "you (looking down' at his Bible) to remember the Sabbath-day, and kep it holy ?u t Tie captain, who was himself a Christian, xer-torted, "I guess we know as ..much about, the Bible as you," and the ' two, passed on. This was too much for Boston.-1' Quftkljr f inarlnat Uie Bible upon: the srroudd.' h brought. hi mosket to his .shoulder, an&V leveling it at, the . breast of the Twenty, second soldier,'he exclaimed. "Ii you go a step further you are a dead man," This' of course,- was an effectual argument. " The two turned back, very fortunately for themselves, for, as events have proved, Corbett' fingers were not pressing that trigger for nothing. ' ' - a lew weeks subseqnenfjy the wmrhw began to show themselves op the -vallevJ and 'detachments of- the Twelfth t aad- Twenty-second ware sent to guard the rail. roao to rr men ester. uorDett. was ofthn Corbett.' was of the' nun ber. One day a difficulty occurred be tween mm -ana- anotner soldier. Boainn was sorely aggravated; fat, nearly three months he had been cooped up on Boliver Heights, firing blank cartridges and IMP. forating a target Here wag an oddoHd. nity to make a telling shot and trhar. subserve the ends cf order and justice so, raising til Minie, he discharged a dna rJ cold lead into the offender's th'eh. This little feat of coarse sent Bastnh in the guard house, with bread' and water fare. What punishment was subsequently meted out so him we never heard. ' Jart. son, soon after, captured the piece, and we ue aigut vi vuruou uuui ne turned np in connectin with the Booth tragedy. ' -That he is possessed of strong religious" feelings and emotions admits ol'nodou'-t We would advise people, to keep n reapwet-able distance when he ha h's "ihcotinir aljont him. a I THE DEDHAM TRAGEDY. THE DEDHAM TRAGEDY. A Double Murder and Suicide---A Wife Kills nor Husband and Child, and Kills nor Husband and Child, and then Slays Herself---Supposed Insanity of the Woman. W'eTmOi'Ihe Boston EeraTd the fol- lowing particnlors of the tragedy at South Dedham," Mass., already announcea Dy tel- The tragedy occurred about two o clock on Friday momihey and by it an entire tamny nag pasea oavoi auo victims were Dr. Carlos Marston and Cora Karstdn.'nis daughter, and tne muraerees was Mrs. Susannah Marston, his wife. The crrciimsUnoas. as -one of our reporters eleahed them by a -visit to the spot, we give m netair, as reiatea oy jn. ajt as present in the House as an ibvbiiu, ana hict f -OM her connection With the f -mily for, several weak 'past, -was apparently more oofenizarrt of the facts than any other person' in .the vicinity, we commence, then, with the "assertion that for several wears past Mrs. Marston had been in feeble .hearth and that some five weeks since she recovered from an attack ot tne measles, which BTjrjarentlv left her in a more pros trate condition mentally than before; and we were Informed that sne nas acteuvery Aran gely at times since, showing a wild expression acouttne eyes, ana givwg otner tokens of mental aberration, among which was her act in getting op from bed late at nicht, eoine out and ' wandering in the r darkness, which she did on Tuesday night last, returning alter ' an absence or about half an hocr, saying ' she M had been over to Cast Wslpole to get some cool water." If is also known that she Went into the little girl's room on the same night, and it ts suppoeed she then attempted to adminis ter chloroform to her; but upon being questioned mr relation to the matter' the next 'day she' asserted that she was bathing the girl's bead in bay rum. On Wednes 4ly she' was much prostrated and absent tmnaed, aid not appear to Know wnere sne wei,'ahd mdalged in strange, incoherent utterances.,, On "Thursday she appeared better, but presented a wild ' and haggard look About three days previous she had manifested a desire to possess and manipulate her husband's revolver. -and it was feared the might destroy her own life Henoe tba fiootor placed the weapon in his trunk, having first drawn tbe charges, and locked it, putting and keeping the key in his pocket ' -: It appeared from the result that Doctor are ton entertained no serious apprehensions of violence to himseit; but that ha1 told Hiss May, who seemed to be the most fearful of any of the household, that sho might lock her room if she was afraid. On Thursday night she avers that Mrs. Marston came to her room late about a disturbance which a cat below stairs was creating, and ' tfiat she ' (Mrs M ) said something about " killing him before morning." This remark so alarmed Miss Hay that when the Doctor visited her to leave medicine or instructions later in the night, she told him of his wile's remark, and he replied that he was going to bed and would lock .his door. Whether he did this or not is not known, as no one now living saw him alive subsequently. : Miss Hay now dropped asleep. About two o'clock, she says, she was awakened by a noise which seemed to her like scuttling and a fall overhead.' She presently heard the report of a pistol, and comprehending : the condition bf affairs at once, she imme diately arose, and crossing one or two apartments passed to the foot of the stairs in the front entry. Here, being' afraid to go up stairs, she called loudly two or three times to the Doctor, but from him she received no response, for at that time he was probably still in death. Mrs. Marston, however, appeared at the head of the stairs without a light, and in a firm, calm tone, which seemed to Indicate method m ber madness, ordered Hiss Hay to go to her room and remain quiet under penalty of having her brains blown out. The frightened girl could but obey, and after hastily throwing on her clothing she went out in quest of help. She first met a Mrs. Hartshorn) who resided in the other part of (he bdnse, and who had also heard the noise, and they together went after some of tbe neighbors. ' Before they lelt tbe house two additional shots were heard, and ereth?y roans, navini' procured tne nouse. THE SCENE UP STATES. ; The entire party having procured a light, went up stairs and first visited Dr. Mars-ton's chamber, which was a front room up one flight Here a ghastly spectacle presented itself, On the bed lay the Doctor upon his back, and resting upon one arm, which was partially around her neck, while her head reclined upon his shoulder, lay the body bf Mrs. Marston. Both were quiet, motionless, dead; and the revolver was found in the bed. I The room of Cora, the little daughter, was next visited. This apartment was quite a distance from the last mentioned room, in thd back part of the house, and was approached through a long corridor or entry way. Here another heart-rending sight presented itselt to the gaze ef the observers. Cora lay upon the floor near her bed, her face turned downwards, her clothing saturated with blood and her face discolored with it A very strong odor of chloroform pervaded the house, and a three ounce bottle, nearly empty, was found. It was clear the murderess had used it to stupefy her victims before finally taking their Uvea. -,'.. ,. I 1. au bxamisation or thb bodim was BiadB at this time, a physician, Mr. DavidS. Fogg, of Bed ham, having mean-time arrived. Dr. Marston was found to iiava. received a shot in the breast which Just' grazedj the : sternum or breast bone, and penetrated the right lung. In the opinion. of the attending physician this wound was not sufficient alone to have caused Instant death, which must have laken place; and this is one theory which leads to 'the belief that chloroform must have been administered to him. - Mrfcv -Marstoa - was found to have received two shots, which were about two inches apart, both in the left breast They were found to have passed nearly through the body, and came as far as the' skin on the back, tmdemeath which they are perceptible. Their position indicated that their course must have been through tha heart, aad doaotless instant death followed their paaaairs, - - Cora; the little girl, received one shot through the small of the back. It is supposed that, she was not disabled by this, and that she arose f om her bed for tbe purpose of reristance or flight, when the inhuman murderess snot ner again, tne ball this time entering the right ear ana lodging in the base of the brain. Her fail probably -' occasioned tbe . noie which awoke it iss Hay, as she was directly underneath. It-vjuni c. '.- - ., k Which of the two was first shot is an-oertain, but it .ia believed that when Mrs. Marston got up which she did, although we have not hitherto mentioned it on the night-In question, saying that, she "was I going in to sleep with Cora, that lid then applied the chloroform to the latter; then returned and administered it to her hus band';- next- shot him, then killed Cora, and lastly, after returning to her hatband's o3f!, shot herself. .1.-.'. 1 i. rl'.i: ' ' U....T v .. J : The Senatorial contest in Caluarnia is yerr active, a good deal mixed, and threat ens to become 'Somewhat arrimocious and possibly little corrupt nr. conness is supposed to represent the mining interest, and it is claimed that his colleague, who is to be Mr. McDougalls successor, should be selected with a vie to emcient .services in behalf of agricukure and commerce. ,ef8rf- Phillips, Cob and Sh alter were the tnree gentlemen -naaea ior tue piace unav this proposed - avnsion. xnereupon M: Low, the preserit Governor of the State, appeared at an intervener, and has, it is reported, the osuntenance of Hr. Conness. This additiot to tbe list of candidates in duced Mr.- John B. Pulton, a very rich man, to go in and run for luck, and he is represented to be ready to go a big pile ror saocasa.' - ' A dispatch from General Grant to Assis tant Secretary ol War Dana, dated more thin one year ago has made its appearance. Il protests against "the disposition, without neanng, 01 as (irave a soldier as General Hunter is known to be." General Grant praises Hunter for the way he Bade his movement towards Lynchburg, and com- raEBdRprojpr tries and prudenoe in that campaign. The public estimate put on the" periorniAnce wsa ouw WOwW ton. General Grant. A letter dated Galena, IlLr August 18th, says: About fifteen years ago General Grant's father established leather store here under the firm Of Collins & Co. The leather was tanned at Covington Kentucky and sent hither.- The firm did well, and is understood to have made " a fortune. ""The firm was dissolved, and a son came on, Jo conduct the business, but in about two years he died of consumption. He was well liked and was an excellent business man. -.' : ' ---vt i . .- Meanwhile Ulysess Grant haviae grad uated at West Point, went into the Mexi can war, wnere be distinguished hirrself W ' every battle except one, when he was not nresent tout was fought tfaenca ha want to Oregon, and acted as Captain in tbe Quartermaster's department Eleven years Bince he resigned his commission and went to St Louin, where be had some interest in a piece of land, and I am told he engaged in hauling wood to market, himself driving nia own oxen. On the death of his brother his father engaged him to' come' hither, and take cnarse or the store. - Aow 1 come to men' tion things never before related.! I' have to tell a hard story. ' Statements previous ly 'made about General Grant will be blown away. Many a young man on reading what follows wiil be encouraged. -: I gather my account from tne most - trustwortny sources. Captain Grant as he was called, found the affairs of the concern' in great disorder, but he went to work, and, in three weeks had everything straight j There was one clerk besides himself, - aad generally more or lees hired men. A this was the only establishment of the kind in the place, the trade of which is larger, there was much business to do. ' Captain Grant was not remarkable as a salesman, but he was good to -oversee and to manage. Generally he bought the hides as . they were brought to the store, in country wagons He took them in himself " That he might not dirty his clothes, be bad a short leatner apron which he always wore.' Those not acquainted mistook him for a porter. - la this way, here in the - city of Galena, he toiled lor two long years. He wa employed at forty dollars a month. Tbe intention on the part of his father was, after a while, to establish him in the business, but he was expected to live on $480 a year. To do this, and to live in society ,is impossible. Everything must be cheap and plain. Sometimes his wife had a hired girl, but ntually she did her own work. ' : During these two years Captain Grant made very few acquaintances. There were plenty of business men in tbe s'reet who did not know him, and who never beard his name spoken. I presume it would easy to number his associates with one's finger. I have heard business men say that they never beard of him till he was put in command at Cairo. Ua nis arrival here to-day, the vast majority of the citizens of Galena are able to recognize him only by his portraits, and i yet this is the only home be has. i A few knew nim intimately. ' Among these was U H. Houghton, editor of the Galena Gazette for over thirty years. Hr. Houghton learned riost of the Captain from his father, and he came to admire and respect him ; in tact be had studied him, and became one of the best frien be had on earth. ! Those two rears were yean of trials and discouragement In fact the Captain came hither from St Louis in a great degree disheartened, out be would not give up, Be is described as a broken down man. This anecdote is' related: During the great depreciation in currency, Captain Grant bought pork of the farmers, to send on east to get New York exchange. One day some farmers sold bim some pork they inquired where they could get gold; they must have it to pay taxes. Tbe clerk in the house would sell it at a certain fig- are ; Captain Grant said he believed this was too much ; he did not know exactly what it ought to be, but he advised them to go to tbe bank and inquire. The result was the farmers saved twelve dollars. That was the style of the man. ; At this same time, Captain Grant was drawing beyond bis expenses, though this was not ascertained till the end of tbe year. He could not live on $10 a month. lie seldom went abroad. A few near neighbors were all he visited ; here would sit and smoke his pipe. His conver- enca. Mr. wasnoarn tells me that he seemed to him to be thinking -on some abstract subject, and that he took him be thoughtful, reflective, and large minded man. Such being his condition, one is reminded of Frederic the Great during years he was banished by his father. But in whatever makes a man, Grant, American hero,' - far excels. I will say here, that' he always was temperate, and every way correct in nis Denavior. i A month or so before the Fort Sumter outrage, and afterward, Capt Grant was uneasy, iie waiKed tnrougu tne streets, and to and fro in the store, saying nothing, and apparently was in a troubled state mind. About those days the Douglas Guard organized in the city to counteract the Lincoln VV Ida A. wakes, and Captain Grant as a military man, was art pointed orderly sergeant His reply was that baptaia in the United Mates Infantry was not the one to take such a position. did not go near them. He meddled so lit tle with politics that it is to this day un known whether he voted for Lincoln Douglas. i At last war came ; a war meeting was' held, and Captain Grant was appointed chairman. - Then he went to Mr. Wash-burne and said he had been , educated West Point at the expense of the Government; he had resigned, expecting never serve again, but now he onered bis services for what they were worth. ' A company was raised jn the town, and under ha di rection it was equipped and sent to Cairo. ! Galena is in- the northwest part of the State.'. Sometimes the wants of this corner wis disregarded." At Springfield there always a ring ot politicians wno are anx ious to provide for their set' It is difficult to do anything with them. Mr. Wash-burne urged Captain, Grant to go down and offer his services. He would help him all he could. The Captain want down,and after some delay he Was. set to work drawing up and copjing papers. Alter a while ne told them they poiiid get somebody to do such as well as he for a dollar a day. It was not in his line to be kept in a corner at a desk, seeing nobody and doing so little. . He was met ..coldly; nobody knew him, nobody cared for him. Other persons then took an interest in him, among tBtjm Mr. Houghton and Mr. McClellan, Presi-' dent of the bank here. ' The latter in par-ticular pressed the Captain's claims. Then he wais appointed an aid of Gov,' Yates, and directed to hunt up tbe State arms, He found about 1,500 rusty muskets. .He also mustered in men. Still, so many were bis discouragements and so coldly was he looked upon, lb at be told his friends that he was uot wanted, and that he had belter go home. ' The importance of hiring a man of military knowledge was urged upon the Gov ernor. It was proposed that he should be the Colonel of the 2Ut Regiment, but another got it j ::-. - About this time Captain Grant went to Ohio- to Bee his father, when Governor Dennison was urged to give' him an ap potntment Tne prospect nere was good. Then he came bacc to Illinois. By this time the 2 1st regiment had become demor. alized. The men talked of putting the Colonel in the guard house. ' Capt Grant was sent to them, and by the help of Logan, the men were)quieted,aod then our Captain was appointed ColoneL The regiment turned out to be one of tbe best in the State. Then Colonel Grant came back to Galena to pet" hi, clothes; yes, to get' his clothes, He had to have a uniform. - To get it money was borrowed and security given fur the money. ' The American, people can afford to read this now. Then he went back. On taking the men lie had them march, saying tbey would learn four times as fast He went to Missouri, and was under Fremont Meanwhile his friends, like Cromwell's little daughter,- were. "indeed very few.'' Mr. ttougnion, eaiior ot tne Vaxlte. on the 31st of May, 18SL describes CcL Grant as the soul of honor, and no man breathes who has a more patriotic heart, and "our new soldiers need the leadership of a rare like iapi. urani. June 20, the paper says, a command of an Ohio regi ment has been tendered Capt Grant, and it urges his fitness .for a high command. June 22, is a notice that Capt Grant has accepted the ..Colonelcy cf the Seventh District regiment.' ' July 31st, stales that Col. Grant ia to be promoted to a Brigs- diership, and congratulates the service on r the event, JLttcemDer ubu eaitonai estimating the character of General Grant, and in particular mentions bis modesty, frankness, sagacity and strategy. I take tnese wings trom the rues oi vne paper myself. The London times roet over a Liver pool iudee pretty roneblv because' "he in sisted tnat a Quasar juror' snould take on his Bat Bays the Smscs: annuls! episode at the Liverpool Assizes deserves aviuw mcaug wtvenKW-..4jrHai uia taking their seats ia the box on Honday, a Quaker who was among their camber, kept his hat on. This irregularity disturbed the equanimity of the Judge, Mr. Baron Bram-welL and he requested the removal of the hat. - The Quaker urged that conscieace compelled him to keep it on. The 3 ridge replied that "conscience no mora com pelled him to keep bis bat on that : if did his shoes, and that he -must have retpeot for others," and threatened to fine him 10 it he did not take eff the hatt It is rev erence for the Almighty :" said the jury man, "which compels a e to keep- it on." "Don't be nonsensical," - said the Judge; "your reason is discreditable to common sense." The Quaker persistedV and, pie Judge at length fined him 10 and ordered him to leave the box. "Any person," he adde4, "with such nonsense in his head is not fit to sit upon a jury. I shall call upon him again to-morrow, and if he still persists in his nonsense I shall fine nim again." i Fernando Wood was to "arrive la New York yesterday, in the City of London. Ue has traveled on the Jordan, for which he was better fitted by previous experience si a. f w York politician ' 1 ' " ---- cturnifiT.., be ds he to the of a or at to is e.rheinuiumer; One Price Clothing. House. WHOLESALE AND KETAiLu,-'' 1M suatWlaar Bltre, WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THE T pnbllc that ha haa s fall line of Clo'hlng of ma awn uanamctai, aMM tn Beat auttanal, bow i nam. ... Particolar atteatloa Is called to tha Bianarae. tnra aad etyla of tnr work. Wa employ aona bat uie peal of wwkajen,- Bad waa nothing pat tha be-t of Trlmmtnga in each and aanry g.rm.dt. eatladad, from axperienoa, that tha people of this TtcinUy need notblng Bat Int-clva work, wa tbarrfora offer aa Meterti plot .bopgaod. to oar cnetomera, bnt erarytniag of oar own man-Qfacture, mada and trlnrjed aqnal to tha best oua- trn wora. , , . i Oar CU8TJM DXPARrMIST n inafcr tha oh-riteof Mr. 8PE SCtB. a Cutter olSlteen teare' ttxperlenca In tba beat New York fiona-a. and wa oaa trotnfallv- aajr-lhrt hw hap Bo awuak larhr4 out, ana wa aery atay nouaa m tradif to lata oat a garment In the atyle andflniih of cirri - - ttentlemen la want ol irrrk ofaas ramants will lie-a had a fall aaaortment of V ranch and ng'iah Bearer., Trfcota, Breadolotha, Uaaaimaras and Veatlnaa of aH daatraaia ahad.a and Boreltlaa. ; KeQember that we do no Jookeying bnalneas, hare bat ONB rBICB. and aefl at low Siarea. Wo mannlaGtnra our own- goada, pay bo mavu-fttotutar any profit, conaeqaently waoaaaae tweo-ty per oral by ao doing, tba bHtefit of which wa give to oar cn.tomers. . t Gin aa a call, and yoa will ba eatlrfled that Ihla tne aee, ana that we seal BOBoraMy by all. i aog26 b6:datli gOlADIllS AND CITlZIiNa. Pl (((! NEWGOODSJUSTRECEIVED 1 Wi have th p'wrir of aanowBaiBg tb 1 atp. oi an eotlrelf aew hock of rCEJTLEMESS CL0THISG,r j . '. ,t -.. .p ! -. i (LXQAMT CAS9IMIBX. COATS, coaal.tlng SAOBS, - INGLISa, ' ' - V.""' WALKINO. ANI - i . . FROCK BTTliES. NBW8TTLXS0V CA38IMEEE AND SILK MIXED SUITS, BCAUTIfUL BTTliCS OW PANTS AND VESTSI Alto, ft largo anortment ot Enrniiihiiig Goods Fancy Neglige Shirts, ;1 Under Clothes, Socks, Suspenders,' Neck Ties, Brown & White Linen, -: , Shirts, Dollars, &c . OCR STOCK OF 1 i ! (j I BOYS CLOTHING; WILL BE SO'.B LE33 THAH COST, hp, nuke room for Fall and Winter Oooda. , . , ' ntaUall and examine onr atock, ' v ' DAVIS, rEIIOTTO . CO. ' 1 i - oak hall clotminu KM poRtmr, ' JylS Ooa. WaPar aad Boparloa ilk TUST BECEIVED AND NOW, ON 99 exhibftton. a laraa atoalrnf 1 1 1 ' FAUCI CA8SI IS iRKS, - u:.:'.. ; i. I BLACK DOBSKIrfg, BLACK CaLIAU A BROWN BROADCLOTH, ' BLACK AD FANCY tltliim, EyiRIT KILLS DOC Dig , .., , . AUDTWIdT COTTjAT)B8, I'-' BLACK AND DRAB HALT1N8, HLltllAS AMDBaTaKN DRILLS, WAGON CAHVA3 iiRUOA . -t ;,,,,i . FDRNLoHIHO 60008. ' l Hrerchant Tailors, County Blerchanta and wnbTe. pate bajera generally, will flod It to their adranV taae to examine my atock Before pareharln, al-whare. ., ...... ; . ,. it. HAMS. . ; JylS " ' 16g8npertortt.opp..Bankat... JEJ?A-DaVISHAS13BEN CAUQHT, j Tha war II now about played ontj 'J "''"'' j .wreat ehangaa haae beau wrought, Jnr gallant boe ara.oojalng Borne.- i i-J - Jeff Oarla haa been oanght. - " 1 nasai nnzsal now naug your oaan.ra eaa, noaaa i naaaa i ail tne paepie aawaa, y I . : 5he wop the reoel chlel waa cangiit Is langbabla Indeed,- . . i Be tried to ran In aatrJnoata, 'J -'i '' ' Bill he dl net aaooaea. , - r-.- i f. ... . Hasxal baszel nans all jour banners oat. Jeff Uarl. haa been caught, let erery one bow - - anooc. - t - v - --' - -j Our boys did think It aery atranga, A woman abould retre-t . , With a great bowIe-knUe in band, ' ' - '"' - T'atll thaaeaw hia Met; ..--'-: fl'ii: ' U nasal Bute I oar b"ye hare got goed aeaae; . 'Twlxt gaiter ahoea and atogy bovlB they know tne ainerenoe. - 4h,-arinoline, we thfnk ve tan, - itt 'jti''' .- For yoe woold nut ooaal. ; ;,;.u Tee flylog reuel Preaident, : , r - ' Wbeah'idldahow hla hieL ' 1 Hnzza I buiaa I there's aotblae- naif an nwe-t' : To ahow a ioot aad aakie pit. ilka wU raUted . . crmoime., , ' TnnrdaT. are nmnhetaA in. tAA j.w-- - f " - Toa aarely oauaot hope,- --- 5 -. Or have a better end-lnriew, -u. u ..t Than tha at d of a atom rope, . Maraat nnzzal Jeff Daala haa'no ahoar' In Battling op all his eooausta, Jnat keep I'kt HBBBBinpi., : . Th boy. who oaugbt Jeff raria. wa u weioome one and alt. And treat them to a flue new salt - At I8AC tHilOM HALLI.- itJ mvil ,i Horn I haasa I flint tbe atarn baanaroat. - Oar ga'laat boys, are Doming Aoota, let All th' people ahoat. .. " - '- r- The LargtMt "ana Baat' Sfook' of faaUonabfa Moaning ia tne new, at th Lewest Ftloaa, at . Isaao A. Isaacs1. Union Hall Sole Agency for the sale of Blnaer'a Celebrated fU, tag Machines. Biorr'a Automaton Prewmaai aaaV atroag a ratent army Trunk aad: Steal Oomotutt. : -il- Cor. etperiotBndOBmBatraatB. BWr on! for tbe friante he. n; iff 9 .0 xz;,', Fenrth Tsronsanel. 1 j t-.l. J. ,1! J il a 'I ".' .11 lij.:.t DORA DARLING; w TME DA VQBfEB of tUXXQl2FSTi Prli-M at a' """ ' .THU "Atnonr -rae alt rac tire bookewS ib sesaopl ta 'Dora Darling, tbe Daughter of tha RrgUnent pabltahid by X Tiltjn A Oa, of Boston, rt fir one of tbe lorttest end aroet entfTUBfnc etories of the preaent waa which has let been uiouoooek laa army axatneaoeof aglil Is oatethlDg noeel ; and when tbe aaojct, aa in ib.a caae. ia treated with delicacy aa well aa Tiror, the reeoR Is roinme eff anlaereal Interest 'i. I New York IrrninB Post. "It will be erorlU " 4priagald MapnoIlcaB. tne m. lora vnarrer.aya it ia --a taia ot mo waT, roita-tie and thri ling, wltk 'stirring tBef-d of. e j twill flud raaoy readers la the camp, and a the home fireside. " 'Very apirlfed. and grapbiCaUy rnasrratM. Wo reader can kelp enjoying the beak.'-' aelest Ra. gi.ter. ... tj. L. flt-nt by mail, post-paid, on receipt of pree. , Oar llloatrated Catalogue sent by atail fraa,'oa receipt of stamp lo pro pa postage, - T. J. E. TlIiTOSF CO. d tr,:W " ' " ' ' : rlfcl,h; -ftnaton. 1J1LOTJB! FLOUBI FLOTTBlATRji ' DCCIB PBH3E8. a.OOO bH. tresk ground Flour, all grades; some wary eheice brands of Red and White Wheat, suiubte foe family x baker's use, for sale at Wsrebonaa, 1ST Herwlu at. firo-oerymen, akeran4 others rn wana -wtoi eenault their own loir rests by examining our stock. -SET '.the king fhe Bradto iVi:iH , 7 acp WASOr THE MOST il POPULAR PIANO IN THIS COUNTRY. 60LD WHOLESALE J Ivlst-jlW .'. lil; l it -!-, At HIS . .m . , ., t" .. t , , , i GREAT. WEST EBX BOOKS, 19, Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio. "ii jrM !;. .,!,! ,i ; - - - ' . ,.-W.-- 1 Manufactured in NewTork by Prof. WM. B. BBADBURY. the World's Pavbrite f-Com poser. and Conductor of Music, who I . L . 1 i . T I . 1 1 ,L1 .. .1 J mu voe pwv aoo, aii aur.ia vtiuaiuetau, uji taia tAjntmenti st:- .- ..-ir-'. r It3' N, B. We have a spacious, well-iurnished Boom, devoted exclusively to a full. " assoitment of the Bradbury Piano, , Also, other spacious Booms filled with a great variety of Pianos from other good and reliable mailers; all constituting the mcst Com ' piete assortment ot noe xianoa ,o oe lounu ua laAfCaU and see them before puxhaaing. sep4:Bd 6F;;,pjArjbs: it Scale FOETE. .i Tl AND RETAIL BY now ei joys the wide reputation of making - 1 1 - .... . tne rreet, -i . CEO.' HALLa j of . , ' . REAL, ESTATE. JOHN G.' JENNINGS, '---: i i-INSUKAJwiJJiJ,- ! AXD MEAL ESTATE AGE ST"H j ' rAMrter Bnllttlnfr, up4?rlor Ur ! - ... CITT PBAP.ltTT WQ&BAUL t 1 Prmptst st , atr-BTrJnJlr f wo vtoir Imi-wt -d-Ut 60x15 fwX; watt- stoel f a-v. j,6t)U.. ,r . lacild ut , iww UrovrnrU Lrge two-srf brick i ton, n Hd to'n vrnter. bwtkt room, .; k VsiD.i t- pjbbx KrivTwo-ator, hoat faevni, wiiil t lotaftii. r(. $3,5(0 KlatatTflaVet Of Btt Bfick ' WtT' MlW-a--ft mm, 9 f.aiwuil lm luiMfi ppm. (rtiU mm4 Bvclid at, Good two-tory brick boas toid large - vO, (4UIllOitl i - ! ' - floovtil nrB4Hoorx bthttri d lot 40xttOO feei: . good frail; nlc place. J,u ... , i,-;.-ffoTJM and LeBBaehold- On Pond w. f 1.000 3 tore, DwanltD-s: nl Lob On OMlrit Htvr Trry, StlUntta Houae A pTO-4 brick Hotel on Ooltuabu t ; lot lO-xT'2 feft. " 1 Clforon t.-JTwo ftory brtck Imtim m4 lot 116xm M. -a.,-: i . Drjtxoi. at. Tbo ,lrfrk i tor bow oocapled by jnflawn.-iTDHCfxi inp nam m frroenry ixnra M-of th tvwt IrtraiocM Oft Ufte WeMl Qatar lo Bt oorn-rtft. Clair A gootf lo-ati"ii for I BPrufJw Mi M IOI f frT Iota . dqiidwi; rot Kxyoxaet; Will DO OITIUM u a Jirwal.-. ;t hr.--' -t -t ' ' - " Froew cot ! Dfrtvr Pwry-Ymcmui lot 47x300 feet. , Bvohd rood, Bfxr llloon a-enae Sixteea acros, I BQ't ooaaiimriT ncaKa. -Alto. ,rramt wartatf ot t x v.;. fr v ABltt3 AND OUr-LOTS. " I r v.. .. ,- : - , ORCAN. i BRAIN ARD & iON, So, Wis BmpertOB1 Hfreflf, Clewa-lnnrl, r ', 1. t j ,.:-),, , -fj. Bole Agents la .Korthirn Ohio l7, TOR THK CLXBBATBD ' '' " ! MASON Ac HAMLIM r..f . : , - r-: v v - ....,.. ft CABINET ORGAN j ... t-. .T. :.r,;, . ; .;,,;;,;!-. i : r.icts rso a $116 10 $eoo. ' j DeaorlpllTa Illnaliatwl Clitulara pent free gir- Ina fall rt-ariptfo rt araa-OTdyrfraa. angV4 GROCERIES.! PROVISIONS I POPE tH Al N ES (3aoceaaoato HOWJSa A POPK.) .. Wholesale and Ketall Grocers, ; ;i63 ONTAKIO STBBET, Cleveland. WE now offer for ttele one of tbe 1r?t aad beat aaaortrd alooka of lirooertea area oSama- la tata market, OvnetatiBK of PlnKKnt. V eaw, a'OUeaw, knirpa. ft lati. Act aVc . and at each pneeft t.i cannot fall to irte entire aatl. taction, aa we hnve onraKeut m neat xorB attending eeoojr raierea tnero and baying escluelTely lur caan. i augl:27o POPE A HATrlBg. OKAJLiliUEN, WH.i.) A Mr! A OO, WHOLESALE CROCERS. Se) sued sa aUver, antl at ataul a ntearf mlreeta, -. Are bow iaowtlu from Haw JFork and BawPr- "lo, . . ,. , . '. H. (Srlaana,','," . T. HH, ! Java, - " BnaoaTado, "' ' O. Eyvon, ' BlooBB, tz i '- -urBBBed,.. ' Japan, ' Bqaiaiatra. )-..--.. wraanlatae, Imperlrl,, 1 waxioano. k . . i.,rowaeroa, t-tiotig, " , 1 eoffaa, AVi a 0, Tloorshl , TOBACCO AND 8EQAES, 1 ' In greet lertety. 'I'--- murrfrwr. mavvra pvnvaa -a r n W W V V JJ i f JKiU. i jcii i an J, i- If I ' SPICKS, MOLASSES Aim BTRTJITJI wnieei taey oner pa the trade a aery low resea, -Otaaalaod maaofatiturad arttplaa as MaaaJactn. ran pnoaa. , i lenta-M '' RArrBrKTM. w-TT,t.TAn B"o. ; S. S HOTTER CO., ,- a-.: gniwBBpriaa t e. g. Lmxa.) ;, u ; Wholesale and Ketall erocers, rBODUCK AND ' 0O4UOSSI0N i -',':,:;'.;';;" mekchAnts,' For the sale bf Flour, Oraln, Seeds, Poutoea, - Beans, rork, nutter, gs, Lara, irnea I.. .. .Apples, From Afc,,,--. . Vo.10 Ye-rwln street, oieTelasd, i AUCTION. , tj AssBWAn, QvABTaaBASTka'a Orrtcn, 1., Vlereland, Ohio, Aogast 'IS, 186S.J , NOTICE is hereby given that' in pursuance of Instruc loos from the Ch'ef Quarter-maater, northern Iet)artmnt, I will aell, at pabiie aoction. so Weaaaaylaa, September , 1S05, at O.m-r Cleveland, the fuUow'ng .ullio property ; e iwi. iatiea , 1 Blana Book "rrr alter Book . 4 Oroer Book .'- . .1 a-okinwHtorei U Cemaop Ukairg 1 Day coltlni, Machine : Saws - ' .1 Lantern ' ; 1 Iron Rak, ' '"'' ' rPetr ITatrtrrBt'BealeB : .2 rttrks . : -a. i -1 .-i: ; -law Haaiaaer .-, .1 Sraceaad Bits , , - 7 Pairs aaooenne 1 Saddlrr'a Knlla 1 Watering Pot - 1 OH esonev - ' ' ' ' --' Teaae eaakon deUrery. Bale to esmmenca at 10 0'cJi.ck A. at Property to ba r-ntorad In' rne day from date of earn. way b. t.,AL-ALiljAtait. , angaPiMS ;i . '.y nAJaptaln and A Q.M. j Assntkwv QVAtfrnnAkTrk's OmcB '-' j pi.j :.4eTkino,tkio, Aegtist aotk. lSeawf NOTICE 13. HEREBY GIVEN, that 'lo pBrsnaBOBOf tnJCr.phte Inttrntclanna ta- lOaiTaa) .from aet Briganiar a'enaral J. AKku, airat lilTjelon 14 iu 'U KJ, I will , ell at Jnib.K . amotion, ot uempmeveiene?, onto, on ' WKDNF.ajO.vT, ateptfnhHr (Vf rr. Bale to eommeneeat 10.0'orlaak A. M., .... , tarorsCath ia tio.-ri.nit-nt fno-'a. - ---.', t30. B. tADWALLAriER, aag- 2At . .. . Ir-t eurl W.. PIANOS. WY s) km ISinmri nr tiTiiirtiiiri i , , AV Corner cf 8entca and .Ckamfpiaukv 8Prtxif My- ntt fC4SWxi direct Dob now York, a oo- tigntaeDt of asorb Piaact. from tfao celebratMl i&Aa'BVQtojj of JJK(JrKii BRO.;j'bow Iaitrn-vent, for extraordinary Toloma. ftlcboeM aod BtiHratrCTof Towe, Mvn mm th .acboa t tb aie. axmliaatojBjnglabg itaallty. aad tba vowor of ataa ui ia tubo, tnrpa all otnors in tboconntry. STery iiutinuaont ia fully warranted for a en jr-m,m. inTin-m.i rjiHE GESAT NEW ENGLAND wmtE vim rowpoi'SD : Is now ooarad to tba affltetad thronitbont tbe coun try, after kerrec bee. pror-d by tba bakof eleaeu years, ia tha New KUK'Bud' Statee, where ita merite kar. became as welt koowo as Uia tree trtm aakili in part, it derlaealts alttnea .. .. . . THE WUTE PINE CQM'OUHO CURFS Sore Throat, Oolee, Uwaaa, Aap;heria, Broucbltls, I... cputiBg 01 13:00a, and raimonarx rt , Aff-ctions generaliy. It fa B remarkable remada tor lfldnar 'Clem. Vlelnta, Pi she tea, DUBsnity of Void log Urine, Bieidtig fxeas Ue Kasaays and. Bladder, Sr.rel, otnar t ompiainu. ST For Piles and Senear it will be found f Taluable, Oire U a trial, if you would learn lha value of a good and tried aiedlcine. t Is pleasant. seta and .ore ' Bold by Druggwte and Anslrrs la BtedMrpje genarsUy . . t, an. w. ban 1 , m. I' . rroprt-tor, pobiob. BOBNBAHB VAN oOBAaoK.tmldago, JU., JOHN D. PABK, Cincinnati, C'luo, sepfir'd rt'1 Agents for the W-ft.e. ' piNE APPLE .CIDER. - Dr. Talbpt'a Pin Appla Cider, ilrit Is Ior sale by BOBCHILL a BROTHIS, 4 " ' ' m Ontario ifarMta I I INSURANCE. IREAND LIFE INSURANCE. j iii iirkoi a iojdoi a ' j ' Insurance Company. Stockholders Personally liable. Aaaeta January 1, 'SSI wl,wl,71S iBTrawd in aba Oaf ad -Meataa and T r . -held bp th.Jfew f. pueuanra- ifitZfl niaacTiBB IB PKir rdak wboabs AiaorroaaDLnaaa; F. COTTSSKT. Kan., Chalrtnaa. H'NRT wRIMNBLT,. Ei , IMs. Chairataa. JO-K.HU OA ILI A RD, Baq. Al.lX. H mi (.TON, Jr., Soi. K. 31. K JHIBALD, a. M. U. CoaauU Tt. f. 8A8DKBdON. Caq. CIIARlaES , BsjIrDWafr, Agwak, nn OIHcs aaael HaaiooaL Ek, Raak.' SIX Himriw ' traet, CleTaiand. aarft.-W W. aUMMBLLB. J. A. iiraivrti. RUNNELLS& MANCHESTER (aooceaaora to Judd A Snaworth ) INSURANCE AGENTS, 211 SUPEBIOK ST., CLEVELAND, Repreeent the ft,iinwlna well k nn.B and nrnmhr Ooaap-wrlnr w .agwow, capiaal. r6,tw; tf t baay Our, t7f ,f ; kar,. fu MX) 3 rsuatn, . Hot !).( 0(1: Wei torn Mu... Kll (II. - rJ of North America, l,160,iMk -niana aiKtion rinka on Holla and Careoes. W- lAaaaa atlloatad and nromntle naid at Ihla office. ... aawJS:a J-NVESTIGATE OUB PLANS. THE ONLY. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY riiT Auiista that anil Pays aa Amnnal Dlv , i-. im a nun aw ana- a-irm .ad l.arli Hnineanienia stenrawatl. THE OLD AND POPULAR CHAKTEB OAK Life Insurance 'Co.,, or Hi&TFOKH. com ASSETS, $1,500,000 J. V. WALKLEY, frixidenL Tn its 16th voar of braiBoa. aad itTtr MTT6A f Vla.nlOLAIM. Ono of tbo Ord-fH, bafoat, rhfre- d Kent Con pa Dies t AJMtfcw, bolaf at i this time ono of tbo mo, c popular rompeaim tn tbo - land, oaviuf invoauoea U) mne fum y Amui Triennial ctiTMoado Wa pttf aaaaal oivijMfia aot lo 4, 6 or ft year afUr tbvy were dcirod. aa m Boat arwpaalMa Irat om thm wmmtrntA f owery Poit y bur i'oa Year aaaraoritfjMdowBaMnt pUs woheiii.- o ba tba aVMt a(l-astac)a to tba In- ' tnvfd'of any ovmpatiy x 'aut. Bo ra and iawa-' 1 UKate our adaDaic ifi- toaarfnc oLaswhefe. hat Lar luuuuatt, treo i Affava , OlTIOUiM baporior atratt, iofpaoatla jank) : ua at.ia. . - . TraTt-lliig. lVocal, 8poIl aai platrtct Agta bppiuumi ana gooa loaacoDMnta onervO- appif aaabowq. aoglg'44 bin fima lnbukanuk uojif asy, , .... OP CLEVELAND. ,.. r . ., ' ) I OFTlCa! J 178 ' BXTP1BI0R ' BTVnT.', CASH CAPITAL, - $250,000." DiHicTeaRi''-' ri hrnUKlS WITT, JAafKS HAOS, S UENRF HABTtf, ' O. A. BROOKS. W. B. SUTLBS. ..... r4tiLA.naa wirr, Prewidrnt, - H. W. CM APIS, Tinfm't. R. fl, ROC8K. SeoietarT. , mh.t:R CTTCriDCIIiCIIDIUrFPn oihil rinLiuounAniaLiiU Of Glereland, OHIO. a i r. r-4 .r.:r. Cltpltal . . IWO.IIW ss, JLnTaattMl in or rally encored by iiBt-olass -if Mortgagee, Bonds aad Stocks. DI&E0T0R3! K P. Morgan,'"" U. P. Myers. 1 WV W. Wright, ' Dr. T. T. Seere, ' Dr. W. B. HtreetOT, Derius Adsme, 1 A. 9. Batchalder, J. H. TJnderworoV J. B. steriam, joren Preotiaa, H. K. BaTnolds. J. P. Stauard. T- B. Beckwlth, ' S. O. Grlswold." ' ' orrics&at . P. MOBOAN. Prealdaut. B. P. HfKBaj Vice Fwejeat ' ,.! K-J. H. 1'HDllllWOOD, beoreeery. ' ' i. B. MSBIAM, Treaaurer. -A. N. tiATChtwDR, ttanerel Agawa. "Offloa Is RoaB'i Block, corner ol Sarerl t. and Public Square, CloTaland, Ohie. myl:B4 Tt D. HUDSON, , i ;- un n. ijiomeral Fire, Maiiae aael Ufe iBBpsua mm- 1 .. aace Aerema, .- ,1 Oflloe, Oriatt'l ExcnaBge, loot fcnexiex .Street, vuttau&aii, uniu, J - - aaraanaa-n tbb roLLOWtna ooarrAjnsB: Buckeye Hataal Ins. Co., Cleveland. Aieak. : Ohio, (riraaad Marina) Slr,M Market riea . .. 1 " , " : 41-4,7991 r toa Fire " a4.Wm Norwich Fire Ins. Co., rTorwtoh, Ct 4SV.m4 S Worth Weateru Oaweeo. H. I. 34.77J Bw York Lite Hew Tork. tM,:M Pboentx Marine bs. Ob, aa BsaoAlPaV - N. V., ca.b capital.... l,OOO.nw LOKtiBH- fUOMfl.Tr ADJCSTKD AHD tJlO. Partleular atteutleB klrea to the adjuatment of Marine Losses. L. O. HUDSON, o Agent and Adjaaue, fWit. C. A. rVtanfi.m, Pterlne lesaector. felflrBS EDUCATIONavU , GLKYEI,41I y EM ALU PEMINA ft-vNit Tmm wM emmiBdi -TflBBoW 1&Y, IVpt. 7b. Larnlj lncr-at patronaire baJ oablrst too Propr.bo not onlv ta adu ciaUy to tbe attrcttwpnTWj of tb lDatirtitioa trot mato-' rial If to iaprora lta tobataakal adTanUfioa lm every dparUaawft. . o-. . f - A Prep-rat ry Dcptrtment w!l be oponrd with tbe iivxi 'lerm under tba hnmodtat cbargf ef MtMet Saohdw. a iftdv of raroaoaiibratitaaam4- grt expertMDOe In tbe Instruction of children. arsiiff parucniwaa J ang3a-841f ' ' lorclapd. O.' FtAi& college; Wreatn'Blreatf. TTtst'ef 33i trcet, ' ' , fUlLAUKbPallA. PA. ... tbiasooarior and nODniar Roardtea Rehnnl fap Toauk Ladles, altnatt-d in a rettred and h.ahhfnl - part f the city, will begin It Bent Term sept. Btk aur uiiaaate, aaoreaa .--..j vt.:---,. jr, - -aagirte i- - - Frasifleaa..- XAMINATION -OF TEACHiaa fcrCaaBaira-Oianty will Beheld athm,' ia the-Ueast Bouse, Room to. i. third stair.: Uad, I cnuimenciog at 10 A. M. and 0)0.1 og at 4 P. H . as follow.: Auaost th, "eptemoer ltttb, tietoberTth, bemssbep ttk mat lHta. uiaabaa ate. tei ak Berea Moaember 11th, aad at W.rreaa.ille, Centra, 'ctober Slst.ccmmeocingat Ibis last piaos at A. M. hud closing at S P. M. snare wiu oe no examine noma tb February, 1843.' r-t 1: . a " ...i. ... va. tt . mtm t, ua t,rj, --enrr-ttA ., H,,e at Ka.mlair.. '1 PROFESSIONAL. C M. BAHBKK4 (formally Captain 1st T. attellea X Y. a. ,, Ute Ueaieeent Or). . oeai ittrtn w , i ) Attorney al Law and auikor. Iwd M'llta-y Claim Ag-nt. Oejce a Strperior.t. will emioea uecal Beunty, eeeeranunt Boa.tr, Kaaa Par. aaanra Paaatona. aad np,w.i. iu.ib.. of ere-j gind against the U. g. Particular attention giaen to tha erttllrtg of t flloer.' aecountr. Aiw nilcauoee By mall promptly attended to aaplrkB ,. 1 Jtsncf or tHx .met " ; OfSoeores S Ssparlor street, . ;., aurlgtrw - - ' - -. CL1V1LANP, OHIO. QHAS. "W. & CON VTAT W. NOBL' Attoraf js asd foDisellort at lav, AHIRICAN BrjIiniN04,J ""'"'': ' CI.ETK-ASD OH'O. ' ' CI1,PW. IPtstT. 'fBlBB) eowwaT W. POSIB. ' J..a L, INGSSSOLL, . .. ..; ; ,r;;!Attonieis'it uwiV-; ' OmoB-314 Superior street, flrsi Bon up sUlj' IvliSi , . , ... . IXUlSB, m9i;

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