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at tne Uumlbus Olnoa, 11 Buaansr-fct next door to
tae VI oiil Home.
B. Cowb.-Advertbei Letter.
Joan SUator Holaaan Open Truapa.
Prof. Fowler Phrenological Lecture.
Jes. C Oliver u4 otaara Proclamatloa J oLilee.
Carnival Club -Masquerade
J. H. Clark-Notice.
1. H. Clark Co Copartnership Notice.
O. D. Bishop Notice lo Contractors.
Cbaxlaa A. Kichcla-Notlce.
91 Bo'ir.r-St-Clrl Wanted.
a tfcarill-St-Gul Wanhd.
Loat A Bracelet.
Hoaee Waated-Local Notice.
Donation Visit-Local Notice.
Fanrrti Paar. Loral Item from Ijist
Evemns's Lditlea will be rennal onr 4lb
EXCHASG If hdTO v
roieu prisoners wbo arrived At Camp Chases
before the 10th 1J of Deoembar.
Hospital oe Disabled Soldiibi. Got.
Tod hu esUbliihed a hospital in Columbai
for disabled eoldieri, having leased a Semin
ary building for that purpose.
Ib Ihkikent Dances. Garibaldi baa
seventeen physiciani. If he lives in spite
of them be will win a title to the distinguish
ed appellation of " T. K."
DracHABoxD Soldibbs. The number of
disabled soldiers who hare been discharged
from service since the 1st of October last to
the 1st of the present month is 5,509.
To the Fielb Again. The 106th and
the lOBth Ohio, and the 104th Illinois regi
ments, captured at Harteville, hare been ex
changed, and left Colnmbas yesterday for
Right. In Columbus the patrol guard
arrest all officers who are fonnd in the city
without the proper papers. It wouldn't be
a bad idea for the same cousse to be adopted
Matkimohial The Oswego Times says
it is rumored that Mrs. H. A. Perry, the ac
tress, ha. marrl.! R. A. tTnii0h. who baa a
dramatic company now performing at Elmi
mira, N. Y. Mrs. Perry played at the Acad
emy last Spring.
Cohsidebab&e Pobk. Eira Clark, of
Twinsbnrg, yesterday, sold a sow to Chapin,
which weighed 559 pounds. She would have
been four years old in April. She was p ro
ll uo, having produced 110 pigs 50 in one
year. She sold for i cents per pound, bring
The Sice at Cabip Dksnisoh. There
are now about ene thousand sick soldiers in
the hospital at Camp Denaison. Ten sur
geons and a druggist are employed to attend
to them, under the supervision of Sr. Ben
jamin Clark, post surgeon. The prevailing
diseases are ehronie diarrhea and diseases of
the heart and kidneys. A single company of
troops is kept there as a guard.
The New Steanebs. The chairman of
the Council committee on Fire and Water,
Mr. Benton, received a letter from Mr. Bils
bec yesterday, who is building three fire en
gines for the citv. statins that he shall ship
two machines to Cleveland between the 18th
and 20th days of the present month. The
third machine (for the West Side) will be
shipped about the 1st of April.
Abbested. We noted on Monday the
robbery of a servant girl, Maggie McDonald,
at Marble Ball, supposed to have been done
by another servant girl named Emma Ward,
who formerly worked with her at the Sew
England Hotel. Yesterday Emma Ward
was arrested and locked np. The man wbo
came with her to search Maggie's trunk, and
who is said to have represented himself as a
policeman, proves to be a hitherto respectable
citizen, who lives on Prospect street, and for
whom Emma Ward works. He acknowledges
that he went with Emma to Marble Hall to
get ber things from Maggie McDonald, but
denies that they took any money out of ber
track. The affair is involved in considerable
mystery, and we hope it will be cleared up.
Those who know the man who is implicated
in the affair, say that he is incapable of rob
bing anybody. If he went and searched
Maggie's trunk, under the false representa
tion of being a police officer, he deserves to
be punished for it. It was a great outrage.
We suppress his name for the present, hop
ing that he will be able to exonerate him
self. There is no doubt that Maggie lost her
money in some way, and we hope the police
will do their best to ascertain who got it.
Ihpbotiuehti. Chapin & Co., Packers,
have recently completed on Columbus street
a large and substantial brick stmoture for a
Cooper shop, in which the barrels they nse
are made and stored
Thatcher, Gardner, Burt k Co.'s Marine
Elevator on Merwin street is nearly eomplet
cd. It is a massive building, oapable of last
ing a century. Being the largest and best
structure of the kind ever built in Cleveland,
we propose that it be appropriately " dedi
cated." Worthingten k Co.'s Boiling Mill and Kail
Factory on the Flats are about completed.
The proprietors of the Globe Works on the
flats, across the river, are putting up a new
building near their works for a foundry. The
building is up and covered, and will be ready
for occupation in a short time.
The new freight depot on Merwin street
for the Cleveland, Columbus k Cincinnati
Railroad Company, is being finished off in
side. It is a large and very fine building,
and will furnish ample accommodation for
the immense freight business of the road.
The new City Building on Champlain street
is nearly completed.
Besides the above enterprises now going
forward, there are numerous private resi
dences being built in different parts of the
city. The ship yards exhibit great activity,
and mechanics of all descriptions find plenty
f work and good wages. Business of all
kinds was never more brisk in Cleveland
than at present. This is the case with most
of the Northern cities, which places them in
forcible contrast with the cities in rebellious
States, in which enterprise and improvements
of all kinds are at a stand-still, and business
rained for years to come. The rebels may
not like the picture which their cities pre
sent, but they may thank themselves for it
It was in their cities that the Infamous re
bellion was born and nurtured into its pres
nt proportions, and it is simply retributive
justice that they should behold the glory of
those cities departing and their business an
TUESDAY EVENING, Jan. 13. 1863.
Present, all the members except Corning,
meyer ana n niara.
President Masters in the Chair.
Minutes of last meeting read and approved.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
Of Philo Scovill, asking for reimbursement
or over tax paid by him for paving sidewalk.
soara oi i,iit xmpts,
Chief Engineer Hart communicated to the
Council a notification received from Sarato
ga Fire Engine Co. No. S, to the effect that
after this date they wit, i draw from the fire
department of the City of Cleveland, and de
liver the property in their possession, bslontr.
ing to the City, into the charge of the Chief
1? : - rri i
nullum, xuej kit aa a reason that th
steam fire engines will render their services
unrequired. Com. on Fire and Water.
Petition of M. C. Baldwin, askta the citv
to pay him $93 with interest from Anril 11th.
1856, due him for building a culvert across
ir tuiuu avenue, vom. on finance.
The Citv Attorney, to whom was referred
the resolution appropriating monev for sala
ries of teachers in the Catholic Orphan Asy
lums, reported that such appropriations are
illegal, and in violation of the strict rights
of tax payers. On the 9th of December.
1862, the Council appropriated $150 to the
Cleveland (Protestant) Orphan Asylum. The
City Attorney referred to it in his renort and
said " the policy which favors one institu
tion of our religious denominations by en
dowment., ana witnnoias its benefactions
from similar institutions of other religious
denominations, is at least questionable."
The report was ordered to be printed.
Messrs. nooerts, xnomas. w el house.
Keating, Freese and Benton, the Snecial
Committee to whom was referred the petition
of L. D. Rucker in behalf of the Cleveland
at Toledo Railroad Comnanv for nermisaion to
bridge the Cuyahoga river at .rant ar
- gj -rvyvrv, wmch was accepted
uu tun ouuuiiuw aiscnarrea. lac renort
alludes to the fact that the grounds now oc
cupied by the four fx-iaipai ltuaa uf railroad
leading into the city are much too small to
accommodate the business of the roads, and
that an enlargement of the grounds is im
practicable. The committee regret that am
ple grounds were not secured for the use of
the roads at a time when such an arrange
ment might have been easily made. Under
the circumstances the committee consider it
but simple justice to the petitioners that the
eity should give to them such measure of re
lief as may be consistent with a due regard
for the rights of others. The report save :
" Upon the general question of affording all
needful and requisite facilities for connec
tions and speedy transit through the city.
your committee is a unit, believing that no
obstacle beyond a due regard for life should
be tnrewn in the wav of a nromot inereas
into and a speedy exit from the city, trusting
to voluntary stops ana casual and unavoid
able delays of passengers fur the sale of
' peanuts.' " The report refers to the esson
tial part which railroads perform in securing
the success of manufactories, to the estab
lishment of which oar city must look for fu
ture prosperity. The report refers to the con
flicting opinions with regard to the effects
upon commerce and navigation of bridging
front street, but aoes not attempt to decide
the question. The committee were unani
mous in the opinion that the Counoil ousrht to
allow the Cleveland k Toledo Railroad Com-
piny to cross the river at such point above
the old river bed as will best subserve the
interests of the road.
The Superintendent of Water Works re
ported that he had put in a fire hydrant at
corner of Bank and Frankfort streets. Filod.
Mr. Wellhouse, requiring property owners
on the west side of Union Lane to pave
their sidewalks, where unpaveslf Adopted.
sir. Bona, tnansing the special committee
to whom was referred petition from C. k T. It.
R. fur permission to bridge the river at
Front street, for their able report. Adopted.
Mr. van 1 asset, to repair the east end of
Herman street. Adopted.
Mr. Keating, appropriating $75 each to
the St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Orphan Asy
lums for the paymentof teachers for 1862.
Mr. 1 nomas, instructing the Committee on
Fire and Water to got some other place than
engine house No. 8 for the location of the
steam fire engine. (This is on account of the
proximity ot No. 8's house to the Brownell
Street School House.) Committee on Fire and
Mr Blair, referring resolutions of Board
of Education to School Committee, with in
structions to confer with the committee ap
pointed by the Board of Education, and re
port at a subsequent meeting of She Council.
Mr. Jrreese, that a pair of scales for weigh
ing coal be placed at or near Mr. Mulcackey's
blacksmith shop on St. Clair street. Com.
Mr. Freese, that cinders be drawn and put
on the St. Clair street road west of Erie at.
Board of City Impta.
xne resolution witb regard to a west side
street railroad was allowed to remain on the
table for another week.
Annual Meeting of the Industrial School.
The 6th annual meeting of the Cleve
land Industrial School was held last evening
in the Stone Church, and was well attendod.
We have not space, this morning, to speak
at longth of the exercises, which were very
interesting. Romarks were made by sev
eral gentlemen present who have interested
themselves in this benevolent Institution.
Superintendent Waterton roports the school
in a very flourishing condition. The follow
ing is the annual report :
NUMBER IN ATTENDANCE.
1st Term Boys, 12 ; girls, 106 ; total, 234.
2d Term Boya, 106 ; girls, IOC : total, zlt
3d Term. Boys, 125 ; girls, 116 ; total, 20.
- The number of Children received iuto the
Bome during the past Year was 75. The num
ber gone to homes and places to work, 63. Num
ber remainining in the Home, December 31st,
Durine the past two weeks, 14 children have
asked to be received into the Home ; 3 were re
ceived, leaving 11 waiting to be received.
scascamioHS ix 1862 roa children's aid so
Flour t otHOOt
Clothing, Ac 319,00
Oil and Candles...
Boots and Shoes.
Flour ..$ 30,00
Oil and Candles... 2ii,U
Boots and Shoes. 45,00
Balance on hand... 022,00
DONATIONS raOM ABBOA TO CH1LDBSN S AID SO
Received of City Council.
i siu i thi. iini n . . w, in......
Expended for fire furniture,
The following! a programme of the child
ren's exercises last evening, whioh were very
Singing by the Children" Je'us, we thy lambs
Singing by the Children Oh, dear! Oh, dear!
1 never shall learn to spell."
Songs with Exercises " ow we little children,
Gather them into the Industrial School."
The 100th Psalm A chant.
Song" Star Spangled Banner," with hand
Song "Oh, come with us to the Industrial
Song" The truant a loafer."
Song" Cold winter is coming."
T.IQAX PftOCIIDINOS AOAIX8T TBI C. &
T. Road. Two actions against the Cleve
land and Toledo Railroad Company, asking
a specific performance in regard to the run
ning of the Northern Division, will come to
a hearing in the Supreme Court, at Colum
bus, within the next week or two. L. S.
Beecher, Esq., of Sandusky, and Judge
Spalding, of Cleveland, are attorneys for the
Lectusi this Erf mho. The next Iec
tare in the course, before the Cleveland Li
brary Association, will be delivered this eve
ning at Brainard's Hall, by Ralph Waldo
Emerson. His subject Is not announced, bnt
the reputation of the lecturer should ensure
a crowded house.
. Last Kiohi box Tjn.fi of ibi Hqlmaxi.
The short seas-'?) rf tMt ever-welcome and
popular troupe is inf .ug l a cloc. T':ey
would do well to remain longer; but we are
informed that it is simply impossible, ow
ing to other engagements. The opera of
" La Somnambnla " was a great treat, and
attracted large and fashionable audiences.
The first song " Sounds to Joyful " was
prettily sung by Miss Adele, a young lady
whom we have not seen before. The great
feature, however, is the magnificent melodies
sung by Miss Sallie,who certainly exhibits
remarkable talent and preeosity for her age,
Master Alfred looked, sang and acted well,
as the Count. Master Benjamin is certainly
far above the average Allessio's we have
yet seen in faet he is great as a comedian.
To-night they produce "Cinderella; or, the
Fairy and the Little Glass Slipper," with all
its music, scenery and marvellous interest
for young and old. It is an opera that never
fails to please. There will be a large attend
BniDoma tbi Rives fok tbe C. & T. R.
R. It will be seen by reference to the re
port of Council proceedings that the special
committee of six to whom was referred the
petition of L. D. Rucker, Esq., in behalf of
the Cleveland k Toledo Railroad Company,
asking the privilege of bridging the Cuya
hoga at Front street, are a nnit in favor of
affording all possible privileges to the Bail
road Company for getting in and out of the
city. They are divided on the question of
the Frotrc-aueot uiiuge'TOtnelhinking it
-rtnrr&'seriously interfere with navigation ;
but they are unanimously in favor of allow
ing tbe urinmi the river at some
point above the old river bed. The report
was accepted, and the committee discharged
with the thanks of the Council. The Cuya
hoga will certainly be bridged (as it ought to
be) for the convenience of the Railroad.
Grahd PnocLAifATioif Jubilee. On
Friday evening, January 16th, the oolered
citizens of Cleveland are to hold a Grand Ju
bilee at National Hall, in honor of the
Proclamation of Freedom just Issued by
President Lincoln. The exeraises will con
sist of vocal and instrumental music, inter
esting addresses, refreshments, ke. Tbe
hall will be handsomely deoorated and illu
minated for the occasion. The admittance
fee is 10 cents ; supper 40 cents ; the pro
ceeds to go far the benefit of the contrabands.
Fred. Douglsss will be present and deliver
an address. Among the invited guests are
Fred Douglass, J. M. Langston, Peter H.
Clark, David Jenkins, John Watson, Rov.
Mr. Tibbs, Rev. Mr. Crooks, Professor
Thome, Rev. Mr. Brewster and others.
We have just received a fresh supply of
Diaries and Pocket-books. Our stock is now
complete, and tbe best in the city.
Donation Visit. The friends of Rev.
Wm. Seeley, Pastor of Hanover street Church,
will pay him avlsit at the church next Thurs
day evening. All are invited. janl4:423
Waited. To purchase a small but gen
teel house and lot on the line of Prospect
street railway, say within three minu es walk
of the line. Address "B. A.," Leader of
fice, stating price and terms of payment.
De. Bettelet gives particular attent ion
to the treatmont of all chronic diseases, but
especially those of the lungs, Homeojtalhical
Iv. Office with Dr. Beckwith, near the Post
office. Residence 233 Perry street. nov22:427
Grand Concentration of beauty, health,
comfort and durability of the toeth secured
by using Hudson's Unrivalled Tooth Paste.
Sold by druggists and Dentists everywhere.
These Thousand Tons or Puek Chip
pewa Coal free from mixture with inferior
Coal, at Crawford's Retail Coal Yard, at the
foot of the Seneca Street Bridge.
Dentistet Dr. B. F. Robinson, offioe
60 Wood street. All kinds of surgical and
mechanical dentistry done, in the best man
ner and at a low price. dec2K27 -
Wanted Immediately Six A No. 1
Blacksmiths, to which the bost of wager and
steady employment will be given. Apply to
Otis k Co., Lake Erie Iron Works.
Office op Watke Works, I
Cleveland, Jan'y S, 1863. J
Notice to Wateb Taeees. At a special
meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Wat
er Works, held this day, the following order
was passed :
1 bat in view of the fact that the time of
paying water rents having been changed and
no notice having been given through the
fostomoe as heretofore, we hereby extend
the time of payment to the 15th inst., and if
not paid on or before that time the Rules
and Regulations of the Water Works, ap
pertaining thereto, will be strictly enforced.
. S. F. LESTEE,
. Petee Thatcheb, Je.,
L. M. Hurbt,
jan7:422 Trustees of Wator Works.
Aomculttjeal Societt. The annual
election of Officers of the above Society will
take place en Saturday next, January 17th,
at the City Hotel, at 11 o'clock A. m. A full
attendance of members is desired.
jan!3:422 Benjamin H. Staib, Seo'y.
Blockade Raised. For the benefit of
whom it may conoern and onr numerous pat
rons in this vicinity, I am happy to state
that the great crowd of freight, inoluding
Government supplies Ire., that has occasion
ed suoh unfortunate delays during the last
Fall and Winter, is now cleared up and I
trust we shall not meet with any further de
tention on our goods. Merchants' Dispatch
freight is now making its usual good time,
vis : 3 and 4 days from New York to Cleve
land and 4 and o days from Boston to Cleve
land. Classification and rates same as ordi
nary railroad freight.
a. K. BOTLSTON, Ag't,
jan8:421 ' Office near Passenger Depot.
And Fractional Shares of the Stock and Dividend
Bonds of the Cleveland A Pittsburgh and Mahon
ing Railroads, at the office of
W. W. WRIGHT,
jany9:422 99 Superior street.
F. W. Weaver
Has fitted up a Ladies' Hair Dressing room
over his Barber Shop, No. 182 Detroit street,
West side. He is now prepared to make switch
es, curls, Ac., at the lowest rates. Curling 'and
braiding done in the best style. Give him a call.
Silver PUued Ware.
Just received and for sale at the lowest possible
rates, a splendid stock of silver-plated ware.
The above goods are from the largest and most
reliable manufactory of Plated Ware in this
country. I have sold their goods for over ten
years, and will warrant every article to be of the
bat quality o double plat.
LtOOK out unnstmos in nme.
dot 2 - W. P. Fooo.
Btimpson is, beyond all question, a superior
artist, and we advise those wishing to get a fine
likeness to call upon him. A visit to his gal
lery. Bo. 2SS Superior street, will richly repay
both eitiaea and stranger. Rintf
laaUaaa and Keamekr IWoaer Wanted.
C. A. Read Oc pay the highest premium
for the Ban of the Statu of Indiana, Kentucky and
Canada Money, at 95 Superior street.
This delightful article for preserving and beau
ifying the human hair is again put up by the
tiig.iibl proprietor, and is now made with the
same care, skill and attention, which first cre
ated Its immense and unprecedented sales of
over one million bottles annually I It is still sold
at 25 cents in large bottles. Two million bottles
can be easily sold in a year when it is again
known that the Kathairon is not only the most
delightful hair dressing in the world, but that it
cleanses the scalp of scurf and d&ndnuT, gives the
hair a lively, rich, luxuriant growth, and pre
vents it from turning gray. These are consid
erations worth knowing. The Kathairon lus
been tested for over twelve years, and is war
ranted as described. Any lady who values
beautiful head of hair will use the Kathairon. It
is finely perfumed, oheap and valuable. It is
sold by al reapectable dealers throughout the
world. D. 9. BARNES CO.,
novM:deoditw&w:439 New fork.
New Livery, Boarding and Sale Stables, 58
Fsamc B. Fbaee S. WAUaisen.
Soldiers' Bounty, Par Cud Peaaleaa.
Secured and promptly collected for soldiers
and their heirs. Pensions secured to the widow,
mother, children or orphan sisters, in addition
to bounty money and back pay of all deceased
soldiers. Invalid ponsions and back pay for
discharged soldiers. Discharges obtained for
sick or disabled soldiers on furlough. All claims
growing out of this or previous wars, against the
Pay, Commissary, or other Departments of the
Army, Navy or Government, promptly collected.
We publish " The Soldier's Friend," a paper
of mnch Interest to soldiers and their heirs.
Bona us your name and scamp, and we will send
a copy free; or twelve copies, one each month,
for 26 cents.
Ayflr rmrn mbj lHw-wWirtmip,
and your business shall have prompt attention.
Fees low, and no charge until after we have ac-
eomp ished what we undertake.
U. U. EiKUClt,
Offioe Lyman's Block, near the Court House,
aw Dr. Gibson, Professor of Medicine and
Electropathy, cures obstinato cases of Dyspop-
sia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Neuralgia and all
nervous diseases, and diseases of the Brain,
Throat, Heart, Lungs, Liver and Urinary Or
is, and other Chronio diseases. Reference
given to many formidable casea cured in this
oity after other physicians had failed. See ad
vertisement in another column. Office No. lis,
A CARD TO THE LADIES. De.
JA DUPOISOO'8 GOLDEN PILLS tor ITEM A LBS.
LnUllible Id Corxectiug, Kt'tfnlatine &ud ketuovicg
all UMtructions, from Whatever fJauaW, and
always Snccowtul as a Pniventativo.
Infallible in Eemoviuc iUDD&eta and lrruinilaritT
of the MeiiM. These Pill are nuthius Dew, but
have boon uaed by the doctors for many years, both
in Franc, and America, with tin dat! IaIm! mirMii in
every case, and it is urged by many tbouriitnd Iwline
wnonareosea tnem tomateioe ruts public tor tne
Alleviation of thorte nfferinff from auy irreeularitiie
whatever, ai well aa to prevent an Increaae of family
where health will not Derm It it. Female utculiianv
tit anted, or thorn unprxwintr themrielvee so, are cau
tioned against Uriing these Pilli while in that condi
tion, as the proprietor ansa men no reeponribility altr
the above admonition, althonerh their mildnena won'd
arevent any mischief to health: otherwise the Fills
are recommended. Fill and explicit directions to
oompany each bex. Price SI per box.
soia wnoietiaie anci retail in uievetana oy bkntun
BROTH ERiL ( YV holwal DrnffiriMts. ) 1st Snnrtr-St :
BTBONO A ABMtiTUONO, 1W 8uperior-S.: K. W"
SAOKRIDKB, 3 Superior-St.: Q. W. CLAItK, 119
guperior-St., and CHURCH ILL t BltO., comer of
Ontario street and the Square.
LAM KM! By sending si to either of the above
agents through the "Cleveland Punt Office," can have
the Pills (tent to any part of the country or city (oonli
dentiatty)and "tree oi postage," by return mail.
N. B. Look out for counterfeits. Buv no Uolritin
Pills of any kind nnlessevery box istoivneri S.D. liowa
All others area baee i moos it ion and umukie: therefore.
as yon value your tiros and health, fto any not hint; of
uoinx numouHa out oi your money,; imy only tnone
who show the signature ot S. 1. IJoweon every )ox,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made krowu to every agent, ami tin y
will toll yon they are sate and will perform all clnjiued
tort hum. S. 1). HOW JC, Sole Proarietnr.
wTf-ifs- N Tor.
viRET CLOSING OUT SALE
BROWN & GREY FUR CLOTH,
GREY & MATTED VELVET DO ,
COLORED LION SKIN.
The Cold Weather being all to come,
this sale presents an elegant opportunity
To Purchase at a Very Low Price
Freeman & Kellogg.
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
We will sell the remaining Stock of onr
At a Small Advance Over Cost!! !
VNov Is the time to procure a bargain in the
above named goods, at
173 Stjmhior & 136 Bank-Sts.
TAYLOR, GRISW0LD & CO.
Cleveland Skating Park 1S63.
rpHIS PLACE op RESORT, which
I Is now opon to Visitors for the Winter, ooverain
all about Twenty Acres, affords a Skatine Kiiria-re ol
over Ten Acres, and is located on Central Tract, near
the heart of the Oity.
The main approach to the Park wilt be via. "eneca
St. ana over tbe heneca-St and Pontoon Bridges
TTha prices of Ticket fur the beaaOD will be as
amflT Tickets. 110 00
Tickets Admitting a Gentleman and Lady..-. 0"
ao ao ufniiemaa,H.ww..MM o "
do do Lady - 2
do do Buys under 12 years of aje. 2(H)
da do Girls do 12 do do HKJ
Single Admission for Skaters 23
V8pecUtonw1Ubetvdmittdbut not allowod to
skate i0 cents each armlets ion.
Tickets NOT Transferable AH Tickets will beaoid
and all persons admitted, subject to the printed reg
ulations and such other rules as the Proprietor may,
from time u time, mo fit to adopt
TMU S&ATIN ON BLlSUAYS. W
WWw rksi !( fa In aroAit rand It Ion for Hlca-
ttnsT ttaerw wtll be nbowa from Cue flsic staff
sU tne rarii) r iw id ise say tim svbu
eaTTictots can be procured at tha office of S. S.
Stone, (over the Merchant's bank,) or of Cha. Fuhr-
man. BupennMnoenu ai me omce oi toe rara, iruzn
o'clock is tit moraine till 9 in the evening.
8. 8. BTOK.E, rron'f.
Chaj. JtrcuKAt8npt. deci7:u
Report of the New York Market.
For tba week eding Jaa. 10th, latd, by John Boyc
A Son, Commlssiun Merchants, 63 Pearl -8 1.
Banter The market for Butter baa been very dull
and prices lower, but at the present writing (Satur
day the advance of Exchange has stimulated specu
lation in several articles, among which is Butter, and
may give It a sudden turn upwards. Wa however
Quote from sales the past week, but do not think it is
a good criterion of prices for the week lo come. Sales
were made as follows : quote Prime Western rell 18
to 19c ; Fair to good do. 1 to Jao ; Boll butter is accu
mulating with very small demand. Western Reserve
tubs, fall made, 18 to 20c; Firkins do., 18 to 20c. Yel
low shipping lots Western Reserve 17 to 19c. Fair do.
17 to 1 8c. Sound yellow Central Ohio brings 17 to 19c,
and common do. 15 to 16c. Michigan, Illinois and
Wisconsin, late made and in good packages, bring 19
to 21c, and common to good do. 15 to 18c.
Cheese Is very Arm and somewhat better. We
yuo to Fancy Large dairies at 11 to 12c; good to prims
do. 10 to 11c; common to good 96 to loo. English
dairy brings 11 to UXc
Beef 11 ansa. Western new nor bbl. 112,50 to
llama Smoked country -cured 8 to 9c. Western
in bags, to Uo.
Lard is higher and active. We quote No.1 in bbls.
9Stuyac; Steam rendered. In bbls, 94. to 10c; and
kettle render d, in bbls. 10 to 10c for country, and
10Hc for city in kt-ga.
Pork The market remains at about our last quo
tations. We quote old and new mess at 914,25 to
li.KO; Old and new prime it!,3u to 912,50; old and
new prime ma 9i3,iMt to 916,on.
Dressed II oca The market is better and sales
are made at to Oc for Western in good condition.
A ..bee Inspection of 1&C3 Pots sell readily at
98.37 Pearls 98,(0.
Beans Have been dull and prices rather easier.
Wo quote Marroaa, strictly prime. 92,70 to L',d0;
Inferior do. t2,2h to 92,60 ; AJediums, strictly
Krime, 92,50 to 92,60; Inferior do. 92,25 to 92.40;
:i(ioeys, strictly prime, 92,70 to 92,80; Inferior do.
92.20 to 92,60; Mixed parcels, prime, 9?, 40 to 92,55; In
ferior, do., at tL'.lAHu 9.25. QnntsMf" - bMtw
Ebtsts Prices remain about as last quoted. We
quote Western by express 21 to 23c; do ordinary 17 to
21c; limed fcgg. Iom off, 17 to lac. tgg oats per btuh
45 to 5f; nt-w bbls. 20c.
Beeswax-Western brings 39 to 40c.
! Tbe riM in foreign exchange has not yet
aflortod thAMwd market, atthouich uricfH are firm nmt
tales easily made at lot to Ht for Western Clover,
and lie for Kecleaned do. Timothy. Western reaped.
brings 92.3,i ner buah. Flax Seed. Kciurh. i ?4 tn
Tallow Higher. Western brings 10H to lOHc.
WhiHky Better. Sales at 40 to 4lc.
!ried Apples Choice Western at 5H to 6c.
swr4rIuformiAtion furnished and hnsintaawa tnnaspM
by H. 0. DEMiKO, Western Agent.
Office with Alcott St Horton, Water -at., Cleveland
MORNING LEADER OFFKTS.,
TVBSDar Kv&nino, January 13, 1663. J
Flour Quiet and unchanged.
Wbesu Ica-tive. The only sale reported was !
was one car from store at 91,18. i
Corn Held firmly at 5960o. I
Hoa The offerings continue large and buyers I
have the advantage. Prices are about the same as I
yesterday. Sales include a lot of 200 averaging 160 fes
at 94,66; a lot of extreme light weights at at 94,50, and 1
a few small Iota choice heavy at 94,75. j
Seeds Clover is steady with sales 500 bush at 95,65! '
and a lot at 95,60. I
Butter Light sales roll at 18c.
Ems Sales at 16c.
NEW YORK MARKET—January 13.
Cotton Market firmer and aaift-a Rulaa. .
7ofa7u.Sc for middling uplands.
Flour-Market 5zm-c hi, her but closes quiet and
holders more disposed to realize.
Sales at 9n.65wX6.75 extra ihia- sa QihRt nnl.nf A..
b, ria,6,;j siipriii.e weetern; 96 20:00,50 superfine
Biats ;,l5.u,7.a& common to goyd shipping brands
extra round hooped Ohio: 97 J 3,26 trade brands:
9u,Mii,05 comoMsu to meuiun, extra western.
WhiHky Market excited aud dncidedly higher
Sales at 42(gKA. with small sales early intheuay at
Wheat Market N32c bettor and .niatiia,i .itw
a nioderae export detnacd, closing quiet and Bcarce-
fcali'Boi I'hicaffOflnrinsTat l 9uMi rr- m ;i .Vat,.i..i.
at 91.3&l,44; wieter red western at 91,53; amber
Michigan ut 91,5.i,56; inferior smutty white west
ern at 1 ,45.
('orn Opened a shade firmer and closed dull at
about yesreruuj 's quotations.
Oata-Firm with fair demand. Sales at 7375c for
Canada, western and state.
iiee more very firm. Sales of Bio at 29c.
Pork-Market moro active aud a shade firmer.
Sales at 9l4,5ti(n9i42.S for old nit; u,5idU, Ibr
old and new prime; 9!3,5(iltt,5i- old and n- w prime
metis Includud in sales are luOO bob new mesa for
June deliver t at 916.2!.
Beef -g met and steady.
lrMMi-ii I la area A uUuAa U.iu - cl-a
6c fur western. '
Barest Hides-Market firm snd in fair demand.
Iard MarkeL arrlivit ami llrmer v.. I.. a at 1.A...A
N. Y. MONEY MARKET—January 13.
w- -,n n -
at bitier price.
Sterh ii Kxhansje Market advanced two per
mt. Ttr- quotation are 154157 for mssrehanta'. aud
7s 5ti for bunkers' bills.
4.old Ciinf nli-d, excitiMl ami Wirt-tilv titrhr
owning at 42. advanriug to and cksing firm at
4J(iij percent, premium.
4verHment Kiorks-Market lower. United
Stat 6 s. ai coupon, '.v9ft; 7 3-10 Treasury Not
liiitfentL',; Demand Notes litf; One Year Cerun
N. Y. STOCK MARKET.—January. 13.
artiva atiH ai-.a,Hl rl.iMsrA .n,t
Bock loliuidvt;Cbicago,Utirliiigtouandguii7cy HO;
Altoo and Urre Haute p'elerred Pittsburg, Ft.
W U Ue a. d OliiciUIO 67?: l,e,rmit,ii .nil T..uii xftlL-
Oialeua and Chicago 0; Cleveland and Pittsburg M;
Illinois (Jeiitial m:rip8V: Michigan Southern guar
aniotdy:; Michigan Southern 5i; Michigan Central
j--. "iiou auu terre uauia rittHOurg, ort
Wayne and Chicaira&I nuirtnmtnr Uir-tiiuu,! snmi,.
e'U Jid bonds Uwi; Cleveland and Toledo, S. p, UN;
a.ne iron a pi nr. cuicago and northwestern 2nd
bonds 43M; Uiiuoid war loan l7; Misaouri 6's 64M.
N. Y. CATTLE MARKET—January. 13.
N. Y. CATTLE MARKET—January. 13. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
B-everare in demand and verv active, fhla wswW
and in view of tbe Abort supply butt week, the offer
ing went off ireoly at some hat improved pricei. ii
Cfipts4,t63. Fintquali'yy.5iM!CU.0O: ordinary 9S.50
rSjy,i; common 9rf,5o; inferior ;,0ow7 50.
aincn wwi are in moderate dnuiund and the mar
ket remains unchanged, beceipta 110. Tbe isolations
are sirst 945,uri6',. ; ordinary 940,0Ut45,tu; Com
Veal Calves are stead r and in fair demand at nre-
vtouii quotations. Id general seller, prio-s are 5V$
6c. The whole range is 4(jVc Receipts 2.1M1. l h
quotations are first Quality 5,&6bc: common 4iA
bbeep and Lambs sell freely and the market is buoy
ant. Keceipts 7.5L-6. Kxtras 9-V Jirime $o,0Q
(&ti,.V; common 94,5n(t4.',ist; inferior 9H,75furf,25.
uniiic tain luicinui' huu in TvtjueKi, auu QU-
tattoiis show considerable advance. Keceinta 4i.ia5.
C-irn ftd VftttHSc: p-or 4 Voc: mill fed SM'.-m V.
QFFICE OP JAY COOKE,
Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
114 South Third-St.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. S, 1862.
ThA nni).raf.nMl ImIm been aVDOlnted Bnbflcrln-
tlon Aaut by the Secretary of the 'i'reasiirr, is oow
prepared to rantish the
New Twenty-Tear 6 Per Cent. Bonds
of the United States, designated as "Fire-Twenties,
redeemable at the pieamire of toe uoTernmeat. arter
five yeats, and authorized by act of Congress, ap
proved April 25, 1862.
THE COTTrON BONDS are Issued In sums of '0,
SUM, AMU and tl, 000.
THE RKKISTKH BONDS in sums of 950, $100, S500
tl ,000 and $5,000.
In'erest a' ft V. cent V annum will commence Irom
date of purchase, and is!
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
semi-annually, hich Is oquvl, at the present premi
um on (told, to about 8 $ cent, ft annum.
Farmers, Merchants, Mechanic Capitalist,
n d all who have siy money to Invest should know
sod rrmenib.r that hese bonds are, in effect, a First
ifloritcaere uion all Kail road. Canal. Bank Stuck
and Sec .nties, aud the immense products of all the
mauutactutes, c, in the country ; and that the full
and ample provision made for the payment of the iu
tertnat aud liQUidaiion bl principal, by Customs, Du
ties, hxcirie Marap and Internal lie venue serves to
matte these Bonds
The Most Available and Most Popular
TMtmeBt in the Market.
. . .... I I .1 nitt 1 --1 ISn1a
BSnl8cripiions recei'eu ai ran. m i-.
Notes, or Koiee and Checks of Banks at par in Pbil-
scrEubaeribers will receive prompt attention and
every facility and explanation aill be affordod on ap
ptication at thia t-ffice.
s-A fnll supply OI DOnas will om ep on aaoa
fr immediate u. JAY COOKB,
T P. HANPY, .., Preeidentcf Merchant's B'k,
.' . . -vi n ITli B an I uhlar Intntnarvlal Ha.
wllfurni-h the above Bonds and every facility to
Smmcr.npr in iteveiaau auu "uunj.
REVOLVERS & KNIVES.
mi Soacrtor-Bt.. Clereland, O.
Winter InTolc. of rwnbls and Single-Barrelled
Phot "inns, wvoiver.. ""' r
Ponchsaand Klaaai, BoiaKniTea,irrords,Bd
mr stock of 8KATK3 m 'wt t
Is the piaoe to pnrche all taat
'Igbt. Bemember 102
la Deeded tut Field
B porting. BepairlBC asatlr usouMd.
LA8T NIGHT'S D I S PATCH 8 8.
PAYMENTS TO THE ARMY.
Reports of Secretary Chase.
Receipts and Disbursements.
Election of U.S. Senator in Pennsylvania
Charles A. Buckalew Elected.
TERRIBLE SKATING CALAMITY
27 ladies & Gentlemen Drowned.
Habeus Corpus in Wisconsin.
Supreme Court vs. the President.
Denial of the right to Suspend.
Election of the U.S. Senator in Maine
LATE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
English Opinions on American
GENERAL BUTLER IN BOSTON
Items from Richmond Papers.
From McClernand's Command.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.
Mr. Pomeroy presented a petition from the
Chiefs of the Wyandotte Indians for reimburse
ments for their losses by the rebels.
Mr. Sumner, from the Committee on Foreign
Affairs, reported back the petition of Mr. Jewett
for the mediation of Switzerland, with the re
commendation that it bo indefinitely postponed.
Agree 1 to.
Mr. Wilson introduced a bill to consolidate
regiments and companies now in the field. Re-
Mr. Grimes offered a resolution requesting the
President to communicate to the Senate ail com
munications between the State Department and
the representatives of Her Britanic Majesty's
Government in relation to the capture of Brit
ish vessels sailing from one port to another,
having on board articles contraband of war. In
tended for the use of the so-called Confederate
Mr. McDougall offered a resolution requesting
the President to communicate to the Senate any
correspondence in his possession or in the State
Department between this Government and the
Mexican Minister at Washington, relative to the
exportation from ports of the United States, arti
cles contraband of war, for the use of the French
army in Mexico ; aNo a reported order to pre
vent the Mexican Government to avail itself of
the same privilege.
Mr. Kennedy announced the death of his late
colleague, James Alfred Pearce, who died on the
21st day of December. Kennedy paid a high,
eloquent and touching tribute to the great moral
worth exalted character and true patriotism of
the deceased, and offered the customary resolu
tions of respeet, Ac , which were adopted.
Messrs. Bayard, of Del., and Fe send en, of
Me,, also delivered eulogies, when the Senate
Mr. Morrill of Vermont, said $900,000,000 in pa-
Jer are called for. If the war should last until
uly, the entire amount will be needed
Great as are the figures t e price is not too much
to p iy for liberty and the Union. Our best finan
cier 4 were our Generals and soldiers in the field.
Upoa their success depended that of our best
devised financial schemes. Europe had no dis
position to loan us money nor thus inclined to
aid us in preserving the Union. We must, there
fore, rely upon ourselves as we had more resour
ces than all Europe combined.
A mossage was read feon; the Senate announc
ing tho death ot Senator Pearce of Md.
Mr-Stevens said Ito would awk frr a vote on
his bill to-morrow, and on his motion the Com
.Mr. Cresfield passed a eulogy on the private
character of la Senator P?arce, of Md.
Mr. Ciittendon passed atributeto his friend
with whom he haa long nerved in the Senate.
Messrs. MfPherson, of Pennsylvania, Mav, of
Maryland, Kiddle, of Ohio, and Morrill, of Ver
mont, also made remarks. . The uaunl resolu
tions of respect were adopted and the House ad
U. S. SENATOR ELECTED---FOREIGN
PORTLAND, Maine. Jan. 13.
A special dispatch from Augusta says Hon. Lot
M. Morrill was elected United btates'r-enatsr to
day by a vote in the House of 86 against 44, aud
in the Senate by a vote of 25 against 1.
The steamer Jura, from Liverpool 1st, via Lon
donderry 'M and Cape Kace 10th, arrived this
Among the speakers at the Manchester meet
ing was the negro Jackson, known as Jeff Davis'
The financial editor of the Times predicts a
continued active trade with America. It says
when the war broke out America held large
stocks of foreign produce. These are now most
ly exhausted. They must, consequently, not
only to the old, but ton greatly iucrasid scale of
importation. The same result may be expected
whether the war continues or not.
The following is a synopsis of the newj per
City of Baltimore which In t Liverpool on the
31st of December for New York :
The Sumter has been sold at auction at Gib
raltar, for $ 195,1)00 tor the Liverpool and Medi
The battle of Fredericksburg was the theme
of universal comment in the English journals.
Some regard it as most disastrous to the North.
Others speak in a more qualified tone. All ad
mit the gallantry of the Northern troopi.
The News says they fought with bravery rarely
equaled and never surpassed, and although tail
ing signally in their object, gained at the end
of the fight a great and powerful host. It casts
the blame ou the incapacity of the Federal
The Times thinks it a trenvndous disaster to
the North and confirmatory of the almost uni
versal belief that the Confederates are fully able
to maintain their independence aud ought to lead
those who have influence to admit that the tim
iifld arrived for counselling the abandonment of
a hopeless enterprise.
It savs that no one can doubt that the federaU
will, but that they have done right at all times ;
but more than u-nal ill fortune has awaited them.
The Times awaits with interest the develop
ment of its effect on the North.
Other journals suggest tht it may he made the
key note for mediation and compromise.
Lafrance says, after the battle of the 13th, Mr.
Lincoln had a long conference with the Minister
of France, and other peace party coansellors.
His steps were taken as a desire for considera-
Tho Timoo dw anotner editorial 16 the de
nunciation of General Butler, and says his con
tinued intuits eonnot be tolerated, and loudly
calls tor his removal.
Mr. Gladstone in a speech on the Lancashire
distress, expressed the hope that the" crisis had
passed, and that by March a decided improve
ment in trade would be experienced.
O'Donnell had spokeh in tho Spanish Senate
on the Mexican question. He justified General
Prms course. The speech caused a sensation.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 13.
Secretary Chase, in answering a resolution from
the House, says tliat the soldiers have not ben
fiaid because ne is not authorised to raise the
oan by practical methods under the existing
law, and that the fivo-twenty bonds have not
been sold because they could not be under the
restrictions imposed by Congress. He says the
arrears of army pay amount to treble the sum he
oan raise by the existing act exclusive of that
providing for the five-twentys.
The original act for the . issue provided also
for theeonversions into them of any multiplies
of 50 United ritates notes at the pleasure of the
holders, and permittfd sales only at the market
rate ascertained from the daily quotations o'
the New York salea. Had the supplemental
act passed the conversion and market rate
clauses, the difficulty would have been arrested.
As it is acting in accordance with the letter and
spirit of the law, he has made no Bales except
ing to the amouut of 24,iioo1ooo in that mode.
Had the expenditures been less or tho milita
ry success greater, moro might have been sold.
There has been obtained since July 1st, from all
sources, $ao7(au4,Gi& exclusrte, of recoipts from
customs, 4c. Total J:ta6,ono,000 m rouud num
bers. There has been paid to the troops $70.8S5,
623 to the Quartermaster's Department, SUu,
4H 4St;; to the Commissary Department, $30,617,
493; miscellanenous, $:tM3G.2U9. Total, 8243,
7til,771. " -
WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. FROM TRENTON, N. J.
TRENTON, N. J., Jan. 13.
Both Houses organired without difficulty this
afternoon. The Governor' Message is a plain
State paper, giving a very full account of the
state of Bflairs.
Mr. Holmer, of Bergin, offered some peace
resolutions and moved that they be made a
special order on the 22d of January, at 1L a. m.
The resolutions, which are lengthy, were so
The Democratic caucus has just nominated
Colonel James W. Wall for United States Senator
for the short term.
BINGHAMTON, N. Y., Jan. 13.
A very mournful catastrophe at Harpersville.
Browne county, occurred yesterday. A pleasure
party of thirty-seven ladies and gentlemen were
sealing ou a pond in that vicinity, when the ice
ve way, and twenty-seven f them were
GENERAL BUTLER IN BOSTON.
BOSTON, Jan. 13.
- an enthusiastic recet.."on
hereto-day. He was escorted to Faneuil Ha
which was crowded with Indies and trentlemen.
The hali was decorated for the occasion the
panels of the galleries hearina names of cities
ane battles famous by his deeds. When Butler
entered the halt he was greeted by the waving of
handkerchiefs and cheers. Mavor Lincoln in
troduced Butler, and alluded to'the rebels hav
ing offered $5u,dno for his head. Immense ap
plause followed this introduction.
General butler spoke with great feeling and
said when the Government says the word he is
ready to go North, South, East or West. In his
judgment we hare exhausted conciliation and;
there should be no peace, nor could there be.
uutil the rebels were content to receive it as a
part of the Union.
His plan of paying the war debt was the intro
duction of free labor at the South, whereby labor
would become honorable, and by which move
abundant crops of cotton could be raised with
profit at less cost than by slave labor. Cotton
could be raised for profit for less than ten cents
6er pound. We are now paying 60 or 60 cents,
ut a tax of 10 cents a pound on cotton, thus
bringing the market price at 20 cents, and we
have an internal revenue from that source alone
enough to pay the interest on a war debt twice as
large as that we now have; besides, by doing
this England and France which have done so
much to prolong the war, would thus be obliged
to pay a large proportion of the debt.
Gen. Butler concluded by presenting to the
Mayor an elegant Confederate flag taken Xrom the
City Hall at New Orleans. This flag he gave to
Boston, not as a trophy, but as a memento of the
evils of secession.
Among the decorations on the route of the
procession was a large Aug suspended from the
residence of Hon. Edward Everett.
A public dinner was tendered to General But
ler, but he declined it.
FROM THE REBEL PRESS.
HEADQUARTERS ARMY POTOMAC, Jan. 13.
The Richmond Whig and Enquirer of this date
are received. They contain the following:
Petersburg, lith. General Prior encountered
Dodge's mounted rifles five mile from Suffolk
with two companies of cavalry, and routed them,
inflicting considerable loss. General Prior re
mained in line of battle until Sunday morning,
but the enemv would not leave his stronghold.
Learning that there were 8,600 Yankees at
Carrsville, General Prior pushed serosa to inter
eept thern. IMiv don nor annrtneh. fir"r-
The Enquirer still contends that tho battles of
Murfrcesboro' were victories for the South. It
says this victory is, by far, the most complete
won byournrrayin the Southwest. We lo not
regard the falling back of Bragg destracting in
the least, from tne glory of our army and th
importance of our victory.
The most boastful dispatch that Rosecraos
may write can never re-capture the prisoners,
arms and artillery carried off by Bratrg, nor re
build the wagons destroyed by Morgan and
Governor Letcher in response to a requisition
by President Davis, has, by proclamation, called
out the militia in the counties bordering on the
North Carolina line, to aid in repelling any inva
sion in that direction. They are to rendezvous
A eamp of instruction is to be established there.
The Tredgarlron Works advertise for Son ne
groes for the ensuing year, to be employed at the
blast furnace aud at the coal mines ba James
The Whig says the Murfreesboro prisoners
are to be sent to Richmond, the Yankee Govern
ment having refused to receive them unless
their officers are also paroled.
The latter, some 200 in number, will be held
in confinement in accordance with the Presi
dent's proclamation, until Gtnerl Butler shall
have been delivered up for punishment, and the
men retained until the Abolition magnates con
sent to take them on our terms.
Molasses is 811 per gallon, by the barrel. Gold
8i2 10. Exchange $3 0S2 12.
NASHVILLE. Jan. 13.
steamer Charter 14
miles down the river. She was loaded with com
missary and quartermaster's stores. They cap
tured 16 men.
Five hundred of Wheeler's rebel cavelrv are
encamped on Hardin Pike 12 miles from Nash
ville. General Mitchell ordered Stanley to pursue
them, and after skirmishing all day the enemy
retreated to Harphith Shoals.
CAIRO. Jan. 13.
Memphis report that a por
tion of the squadron had arrived at the month
of White river. It commenced ascending that
stream, accompanied by heavy land forces, un
General Grant and staff had arr.ved at Mem
phis. Holly Sprint's is reported to bo almost con
sumed. The railroad there had been taken up
and the rails brought to Mt-mphis.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
NEWBERN, Jan. 9.
A meeting was held in the Court House at
Eeaulort, on the 6th inst., which adopted resolu
tions against the recognition byConeross of the
recent election here. A protest to the same ef
fect is novr being sinned by the members of tho
1st North Carolina Union regiment.
MADISON. Jan. 13.
The Supreme Court of Wisconsin has decided
to sustain the writ of Iiabeas corpus 'ssued in
behalf ot the Ozaukee rioters, arrested for resist
ing the draft, thus denying the r ght of the Presi
dent to suspend the .writ in such case.4.
ELECTION OF U. S. SENATOR.
HARRISBURG Jan. 13.
At noon the Senate and ouse met in joint ses
sion, and upon the first ballot Hon. Charles R.
Buckalew was elected United States Sanatoria
place of David Wilmot by two majority.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 13.
Bulletin of this c ty publishes a letter
from the blockading squadron off Charleston,
dated the 4th, announcing the arret of the Cap
tain of a rebel boat, with a Major and important
dispatches for Europe.
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1 J UKAL EST AT Kwat a ?nt vri,.ty ol Varm.
aud City Property ior Sale or Kent. Alo, choioe
Vanning Laud, in Michigan, Illinois, WisconHiu,
Iowa and Missouri. Office So. 6, Atwater Building,
Olevoiaad, Ohio. lobc:Ka.
REAL ESTATE. E. N. KEYES,
formerly ot the firm of Littles A Keye,) haa
opened a IWhI Kntate OUice In Items' Block, corner
oi superior-tit. and Public Square, and hasniDinDCly
on hand nevera) thoiuaad acres of 1rnt utility Furni
lng Land in the Stat ot iowa, Wi9Ci)DHia und Mia.
oori. to exchaDve for city or country pruperty; also
lor all kind of personal properly. Part caab pitict If
4 SINGLE TOOTH
ARTIFICIAL TEKTH, 3lT3T
upon Vulcanized Rubber Base, with ojr mod of in
Mertlnff, id pronounced by nil lo be the nixu life-lik
anduMfhiltn Ening- Sp-kiiia ml Sinifinar. Tli.'y
can be tilted vr nuy reuutiniiiK ntuU wiiiiuat giving
pain, and warrmj 10 m, tor rtm than halt our for
mer pri-Hj. Expfrii-ric ka brotucht tbt practice of
our pruleaHien to ao uiuli dt-nrt-ti of perfection 'hut
partial or entire MRt can tw niale without tbn IcaM
inconvenience 10 the patienta, mid uniintiiiifuialiabla
fruin Natural TV-th, for :0, .6ml $ r t.
a9K-tat'iirthel over ten yearn, corner U&tarfo-tit.
and Public Jkiumftt, (itotub vidf.)
UAL, LI WELL k DANfKLH,
QLE VEL AND
Excelsior French Dye Home.
FREDERICK CTRIAX, Prop'r,
Nat. 96 8neem-Ht., (Nrar St. Clair.)
WVKffeT to all Tvry Goods Honw in th City, and
engage, lo do anly First Cla-ta Work, having, bemdoa
exoflloot Dyera, the Beat Pressor and Finisher ia
town. G.ods received and delivered by Express from
and to all parts ot thf conntrv- poyttt
MONEY TO LOAN.
Cn AAA MONEY ADVANCED,
tJ'JU.UUU In snms to snit attheold stand ana1
wall known WAGS fcaVs ' tffioe, on securities ol every
kind, vis: Dry Goods, Hardware, Gold and Silver
PlaU, Watchee, Esmond, Jewelry, Fire Arms, Fnr
Bitnre, Carpets. Clothing, Piano., Mirrors, Paintlnga
and Personal Property , oa the most satislactory terms.
Business strictly private. Eslabliabed 1S51. Wauasa
Jewelrr (or sale at bargains.
J O.AW.WlJNIU. Hn IWiUrl,
Cor. Bapertor-tit., mi JUavla t Piexotto s siora,
T B.rror Black. 3lI..Ht.. ' f
win a, WASJt 0EI0,
Usa ; ri ?'? Unadred PerMas. Ts well lightnl wlta
aiijointnj ',n tbe Singe and Dresalog suwbu
c. UU Coacrts. Pnies, Lectarea,
! A D. WEBB, p'.rl..'
(y, a- iXiH C0MB & CO.,
JOB PRINTERS ANl.' --
M'.sie tore.) noethra4a
T7"EEP YOUR FEET DR
Ia Equal to Aarrnruia
CAN PUT OK LIATHKB
For Kfeptng It
SOFT AND PLIABLE,
And there is nothing '
that will compete with It
Kunaa Wateb Oct.
T. L ARTER.
WOOL BATTING ! HAVING
increased our laciliiie to
Meet the Increased Demand,
City Customers may ke constantly supplied.
acT"Merchants will do well to introduce these.
A discount ot 30 t cent, will be made when ordered
by iho bale of 2' ffaor more.
rSTOL'KlG Y A KN always on hand.
occ2I io7 Bank-St.
31 B K E L L A
ELMIRA, N. T.
CM BKKLLA.S manafiM-tnrMl with ti,. p.. Qiiu.
and Motchea. gout by the Case or Volan from the
aT HercbanU dealing In the article .lease n
ou, orcorrespona with as. J. BALL,
licensed Banker and Broker, .
fw" uenerai oanimg. Exchange and Dvprwit
bumntytw: Buys and Svlia Lncurn-ut funds. liurtL
stlypr. United State Notes, Coiipuna, L'nnada Mocw
-uid rreuiiuin KuDbi ol all kind, on tb tuost lavor-
lahlti t.trniai i(ttrt& V. Jv, . ..s
Ill Superior fltreet. Clevelanq. Ohiu octl3:3
0HN WEBSTER & CO.,
raufaiEToaa or tu
Cleveland Floor Oilcloth Factory.
Also nlaaafactorers ot
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD,
And Metallic Flrearwr Paint, (Dry and In Oil.)
J?,,S,:mf", rcorT on Canal, just above Onta
rlo-M.. levplaud. Ohio H.ti&
RUSSIAN STEAM BATHS.
upen Kverj Bay,
4-T 172 Sitvemor-St
FORGET THAT THE
and treat WltlNtiEli evor mada, U
AdilWtin (rklt-lan ithI Writ, crr mwA
wilt 1SUT UUSX. GKO. D. BKCK,
jnneia Agent for Cnrahoga Conntr.
B. l-o not buy any hnfora (minx Pntaara'a
Wnngor a trial and judge for your leit which i th
UKU. V. HK-.'K.
UNITED STATES PATENT OF
rVX AUKNCY. No. 31 Bank Strcot, Clr--ian.1,
tliio. Sn rc Lr. pAiit-d U tritiiavact liitniutifl ol
ovry d-M.Ttj.i t(.u rofatiuK to InvcutiouH, Drawintrfi,
Cav.-r.tt, ip!tA(aiiuiui, i'auinw, lufriiiMtinit)Uta ana
in t'atant Lawe.
-'31 Aiicitora of Patimta
AVINOOF MONEY ANBLaI
Q HO K. .
Lailiem and gentlemen who may want InstrootlM
In tii art oi
Cutting and Vittln- Ladles' Dresses,
Boy-' Jutkt i, Ue-iits' hirlM. p., arn Intorniod ttiat
the uadoriirriitxi will jivt Uma iucutthtff thaboT
aCarni'-utti on a ni'W pt'ii.c.ii(i. tt a uiisnrpituMi :or
accuracy, and itti all in tirrmyly simple. Any
lady amy toiititrti a ku..ft ...hIa-o ot cultiux tlwt abova
T nt.-ni in Jit to 40 ntinutm.
All ht- vvioiiM tt that ir may b tried anJ lnvtira'
UA. TV.u riily rvidid nu tii-i at Kittin; and CmU
tint hu !wu l-ronirht before Lite public lay X Kohl.
nl lue tiiy ol iSt-w York, and in m-curt-d by copyright.
Mr. Kdbler hi had a li'0Tfxik-ri?Tir in thin line ol
onHiiietas io ;ii tne princiiml ci.i! ol Kurup.
Th- nndimic-ie.l iuy t- f ..tr,d t No. InO IfenMa
Atitxtt wlwtu thd hours of V A. M. aud 5 P. M. Tha
prkfi-f laUii'nt Hi' vry clwiij within the rech of all.
A:'uta wiuit.-il, to cHUaoti and travul. Ladiaa
mftJte JS1"1 'uW- uul run malie fr.-ra 3 to Aft aer
Any. Town ud Coaaty Kiguti will told tw rat
A)no, a ri.-w 4nd eaiylc ygtni 6r Cot tint Oem-
tWlllJli 3 ijhtf uu utt.
O. N. MtXSI.
DR. HUNTERSTixt Costinuis at
thaold tMtabiitdibd pi-, 17 latbwi' block
tK-uth aid, ot liiw 1'utdic Nj-iarv, Cit-veltuid, U., curin ,
all that com in fact be i tb only r. Hatale phyii
ciii iu Clfvoland, trtvitiug tho tolluwiuK dinmm,
iiaiiifly: 8rrti!U, ..'aain. tilmrtt. Lou bijact
fniuura, ViMtulio, tinmciijjtl and kfiHiinisit.sm, Aira!
and Kevor, Stmiiuil U aKl:e-rt, and alt dlavaiM pec a
Liar to Kt-niak. Lnourrtiuor V, hite. 8upprAMion
of thfr Aiitinosj, Pain ml MeimirnaHn, lullainDiavtioa
and Ulceration ui the (Jutnikor Womb, ProlaiMuaor
JTalliUK ot th Woiub. All dixHiwt ui Hits bb'od and
klu, entirely removed from th.yntiu. All dj.-.tuw
ot thourab.iiitf .(iiratioiiof mmlaut k-majir,. .hat
aver niuti or nittnre, trtutM iu a caruiul, t ben ugh
and ituitcioiM Oiutntii, pom Led out by ionx eapttit.Qo
at?" Low priest and quick core. Bweiit cases
on rod In from thrc toeicnt daya. Al) nyphihtit; aud
mrcarin.l t.uui eutirelr rvuiovMl from ti.t Ettfai.
Dr. Ht NTtll ii ctTuttuitiy curing ousts iu iron
four to eiir-ht wejks that have b"i treated by uther
phy-vici&Hai fnm one to three yuarw.
Youfct; oi-n fciiiictKi with -riiiiuJ aeakneai ttJit!tl
apply to Dr. Hucter imtoedUtly, uitber in p."- u
by I utter, uu b ntTtr failtt to aure. U is rtoMtif-i tur
ortectiy tl, and iuikuowd to any other BiiyHaCiui
Ui tht Lniu-d States.
fntifiita of cither liTinrT fit a dfntaace, by tat
1b their duetue in wntii.ii.KiTinirfcil the lymplouis,
can itbtuin luMiiciii), with dmctiua fur iu use, by
aiarnwii.ig Dr. UUNTKli,uj (c'luvelaud, OLlo, poat
ya.d, and enctosinT fee.
ft-0- All of th abore diMeaaea CUUKD, or no pay.
All coniuiunicatiuu contidfuiial.
From hi eiptrh-oce aud exU-nrHre practice, ha
Bakea do Bcrupi.v in amtertiDft that whatever he tin
durtaktwin hu iixUiily, he will ust oa&TAlifLT
rtartiBM. Mo matter how hupelee. may bo the caatw
whether from extreme debility or prxatratiOD of tha
fytm, or 'rouj uiuuccttwfiii treatiu-ut ai empiric
or nelt-blyled " M. !.'," whom nmuy have untortu
nately ben nndbr.orfrum th false delicacy that many
of my pntienu tell me kept them from an early appli.
catiuu to ine, or the uo i?m faui idou ui ovjrcuixiiiig
the dirtt-ttite bj the advancement ol ae aud a nhctly
moral mind : fur they, one aud all, make the casa
wortvc, and if ft is an early outt from thecatirtwof be
iu(? entirely local, it eilt-cu the entire) auimh.1 economy
and then njiiir-jic!i-.aAL ai well an local trr-atmont -which
Dr. Hunter Li happy to be abie to say that
thorough in vent i gat ion, aud great imprurement In
he treatment of privMt and dtilicate dm-artea of botk
aexee, of however long duration, yield to hla mod ol
11 the unfortunate Taltw lifnand health, they should
be xnre and call ou a physician of ago ana experience,
"No charge for advice. The Doctor1! See la
constantly thronged with patients from ail aartaof
Dr. Hnnter la thoMly aifPTit la the United Statea
lor Dr. VlCHOLH TilALK MONTHLY PILLd,
the only genuine Female yin in the Iniied Statm.
1SOTILK TO LAD1KM.
So article of medicitie.i n tended fur that Haw of Fe
mnieai, that haa ever Utade lu app-iarauce, has mot
anch nnlveraal .nceee ai thtee cetebrHttN P ill a.
diaeaee ia ao little anderttood, and oenaeiaently tt-dl
treated a female diMinee. '1'heee Pilt vre the reeult
of much atudy and careful experience; in all varieties
of female complaints, and in ail caueeof irregulari
ties, Snpression, LucorrhcBa or whites, IiiHamiiiiitii
Ot the Bladder, Kiduoys and Womb, and Icaa of IS enr
olls Knenry, their une Is above all praise. Among tha
many thenaauds that have used them In all parts of
the Uakm, uone speak ill of them, for all like them.
Tbcy contain uo mercury, bo .yon, no ateel, no deadly
oils. Tht-ir use can do no harm, and wbon need ao
cording to direct loan, always do good.
IS. ti. Married Uvli who have reason to beUov
tlifmru-lvbfj in the family way, should not use them,
as by their action on tho womb, miscarriage wosid
Price i pi-r Lux. Persona tending for Pllla win
enclose one dollar and two pOHtatro stamps.
Several persons knowing Lheefflcact of these PI 111
have advertised as being agents lor Dr. VlchoLs' Piiia,
and x-liing a worthless article,
Theeeuuiue Vichol' ran al Italia w Ptlu can
not be found at any other place in the United titaces)
except at Dr. linn tor's Infirmary, Cleveland. O.
Dr. Hunter haa in his possession numerocs certifl
cab and testimonials, which relieved and happy pa
Ueuta have tt-ndered htm, aod have kiudly permvittt4
bim to exhibit to those desirous of hia serrice.
nTAjy fltlio. hnnw frnrn K W to O F. . dWtT
Wo have very Hwcctaad Lndooa
Grown on tut in-Bay Island,
which are far strperior In quality to any grown in tliia
section, sor aaio by tbe bus or loea qiiantitv, at
J. STA1K A HflN'3.
VETERINABY AND HOKSE
SlfOKIN'O. H. W. EtDHtAO A Co.. nwpect
tally announce to their friend and the public, that
having made extensive arrangements in their Kstao
Hnhmeut, they are oow prepared to attend to tbe
Veterinary aud Shoeing of Horses, fa the moat skill
ful manner. AH bnaineaa done, su4 oharges msade.
will be satisfactory we will warraat.
x. as a ceil, and if not as we aay, fort let og