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end other khort notice, not exceeding
mm i!VH- ioBtrtd twlre in this eotnmn br
'4 5 renim three rimes 34 eeara, tear times
5 rnrsi tor all over rou lines, ana But ex-
afkMlOJr UvHT ki K Kg, auuute 1W"
DOfJ LOST On Saturday. April
9th, llttl. black- Poodle, weighing six pounds
y afe,.r win remrn Tne aog in .u. i. Ter.ry utoi
VMt Nl (e, snftll recelr. live dollar.
prl! !4S. DANNIE WABMIKGT'TK.
JA8. ROSS & CO, DEALERS I W
I I k'B fit fr-b and salted meats, mil "'?"
a.uaage h.ve removed to Prospect .treat. to ""
Iroio "rUrio str-et aprii
WANTED IMMEDIATELY -
J B. phlpherd Co'e
A NY FAMILY HAVING A
A . lrg-r h-o tb.? h-r fcj -h ct;
IIS1 "Sr. Posm Dr.. :4S. "e'er-
enoe sivw. if wanlred Pr "6
RENT. A GOOD TWO
i1 atnrv bouse No. XI Ontario street, for rent alter
tlx 1Mb lost. A quantity of household furniture for
April 8. 19M prll:l.
"DOOMS FOR RENT 0 ok
IV two single Gentleuifn can hare pleasant roms
wlthont ooarn in a pn i. family, wnnin dtb min
utes wellc of th. Po.toffic.r .ny 01 the Hotel Ad-
dree J. H-. Drawer 3y Postofnce ap 9 116
TV IT-. BEIjA GRATTON WTLL
X 1 confer favor h in-lT...g known hi" lc of
residence vo nr. or Hrm. tjooiy at no. Ml jbacim st.
. SALE Two Drat Hobps
b famiW hor. Iwi two horn wsgon'
Anaalnirln warrrm 4w iati vT siitniilA htirTMBCk a(
OMhMvrexpraH barnew. U.K. Boylston, 742 Ht.
Ulair street. aer-j
T70RSALE AT THE NURSERY
' en west .In of Fadfo-d SfUWOa'pie trees emra-
hi for sett-nR with a ona-tity nf Pech ni torn
th'nieaod of ornamental trees at lewnvnTe.
Bedford, Ourahof 'Jo .Ohio, April 7th, JLM.
WANTED! A BLACKSMITH
vv to work on H?ht work- Jone bat rood
workmen need apply- To inch steady ei-plo'in nt
and good wages. Apply at 38 Snrerior street, fJi-Te-
iana, u. aprn-nn
Ij'OR 84.LE-MY HOUSE AND
lot No. 115 Frfe itre a dirshle lo ation
abont 6t- minutes walk from the Poetoffloa t'onae
In Mvd ritf4 r. hu lii rnom with OloMta. eood we!
and cistorn. Price 3 ww Terms easv. Euqaiie of
I C. Jarrii.146 tapertor street, (Jlevelana, o.
7 TO $150 PER MONTH. Th
J I (J T,1ttlAttint K.wii.ff MarMnfOomDnv v a"t
an aureittn each cennty. toeoli-it ordr or thir
new a i t mac bine, win Kanee TBWMineriuu
tMRHUllM Ul will MV a lihAl-Kl HVlaVIT aH4 H
pwntva. cr gins large oommieBion, For particulars.
terma. kc enclnra aitamp, and dnrem l. e. rage,
Toledo, (., Gen'l Agent ur the United eutes.
TANTKD FiftOoao Boiler
Hker at t3.2pir darand flftv good ma-
eninitrr at l 75 oer aay, upmyion j. nayw.
ef Maohincry Illinois Central Katirod at (jme&gi
D Oxev, Meter Mechanic at Cent, alia or J B. d
ami, Hair Mnchanic at Amfaof, III. aprfi:i46
UrANTKD-A GIRL WHO UN
T T dxrs'ands general bonsework. and is gnod
Oook. Good leoommendatiom rtqnired. Lngnire
at Leader Office. aj n.
Geo. Deft, No l(r Sngexlor strest.
FOR SALK A Groon Stodabt Pi
mni may be seen at No. M Euclid street Eo
qn're of H. . Bravton, So, 6 Atwatar building.
A GENTS WANTED IN EVERY
jf ton la )hio to sell Imperial Portrait nn
Bteel of Lieut. Gen. Grant and Major Gen. Georg1 B
Modlellan jest lusned and selling rapidly. Apph
atoffloatJo 4 American baiidlug. over Iade- of-
Boa, or address by mail with stamp enclrsd.
li t. GiiCEN.
apr?H9. Clfveiand. Ohio.
I OR SALE OR RENT A GOOD
J oonvenient Brick Honse, No.M K!nsmans'rrt.
near the market, with eas and good water, rood
yard and grape Tinea. Enquire at bo, S6 Kinsman
"REMOVAL. H. Ckdozo, Mir
Yj cbant Tailor, hss removed to 272 f nperior-st.
oppose the Puiortice, where he will keep constsnt
1 on hand an avwortmfv.t of Gioths. CaAsiTDerea and
Testings, and will be glad to see all his old customers
ana as many as wi 1 lavor mm wiin a can.
li"K)R SALE A Niw Enqini and
l1 Boiler, bnllt for Bumh Onu'-Mlll, cf 90-horae
over. Keadr lor dellnry April is, i4 aaarfaa
marae H7 D. Li. J DM K, Frpmont O.
ifiAD Db. WELLS' ADVER-
I j 11BIMEM in another column. See Shield.
n 0. & C . C. & P.. AND C. & M
V7. Railroad Fractional Certificates of Stock want
ed, and the bigheat price paid by
O. A. KED A 00.. 9!S8naerior-St.
. P. A A. Ballroad f lock for sale.
LXR SALE 21 ACE8 OK THI
I Lake 8hora. Also, mbont sixteen acres front
lag on fcoclid and Oecar StrU and Gidding's Ave
one; do in witnin one naii miie rmai ui uiiy uiuiim
JTorrartner particulars enquire 01
marlO-RS 149 WaterHt
tl 1 A. READ & CO.. RANKRK&, 5
t , Btiperior-Bt., pay tba highest Preminm for
(IMd, Silver and Canada Honey and take uncurrent
moeT af lowwtt ratw ot nurinT.
C. Q. BRUCE
LICBNPBD CLAUH OFFICES
Oimun, Ohio, I Wajhihstoh, D C,
Ho. I Lyman's Blocs, I No. 443 Mmth Bt.
Near the Court Hons.
W ara aothoriaod bj ftoTernmenl to collect
du discharged soldiers ; Also, the widow, ehtl
dveVi and riKhtfol hem of all deceased eoldiers ;
1 1 which eTery discharged soldlei wh w dis
abled m the aerrice, is entitled. Also. Pensions
lor soldiers' widows, children, toothers or or
phan sisters, as they are seTerally entered un
der the lvw. Also,
due discharged soldiers or resigned officers,
promptly collected, or cashed. Also,
Honey due enlisted three months men;
msaey due teamsters, and erery other class of
el urns growing out of this or nny other war.
Wa also pay special attention to
aaa- Arald Claim mad Patent A seats whs
Y sot Ijleeaeed.
We publish "Tns Boisna's Fnrn,' a paper
e) much interest to soldiers and their heirs.
Bead us 7onr name and stamp, and we will send
py free; or twelre copies, one each month,
ot U cents.
Apply to us in person or by letter, with stamp,
an 1 your business shal. hare prompt attention,
fees low, and no charge until after we hare ac
complished what we undertake.
. sepUO O. g. BRUOK.
CL1T.TKI.AND WOOLKN irlll.I
A. A K. ('. POPE,
Bnpatmtendents, Hsnufscturers and Dea!rj in
all kinds of
O O L I r a
Oonslsticg of Plain
O O D s)
I 'A good stock constantly on hand, adapted to
the Western Market.
Market prices paid for Wool and Pelt, in Cash
or Manufaotured Goods.
Office and Hslesrooms,
HO. WATEB 8TKEKT, CLEVELAND, O.
FLAe) AND BANNERS.?
Ciders promptly filled. Address
G. W. CROW ELL A CO.,
snS&lSI 197 Bnperior-8t., CleTeland, Ohio.
D. W. AACiJS,
Ucensed War Claim Agent.
Q lUaeta Bonn ties. Pensions, Back Pay, Prise Konei
and other War OLaluuu
SB-Personal Attention Is RlTen to the aroseouUos
I Ula'gu In the Departments at Washington.
as All persons ha-rlng malms should apply in per-
on, or vj letter, at onoa, and tkey will r
at onoa, and tkey will reotlr
"TOTICB TO CONTRACTORS.
Ml Seeled proeoaals will be received natll 13 o'cl'k
St.. April 16th, 1864. at the office of th. dry Civil
Engineer for the city of Cleveland, for the fo! low
Ins Improvements, to wit:
tat Grading Belden s'reet.
ForOratiing Penn s'reet.
Tor Grading and Paving the Gutters of part 01 Ea
And for Grading and Paving Detroit street, from
Osntre street brtdee toHv over street.
Plans a'.d iperincaiions for the above work mav
be esen at the "ffloe ot i h. I :ity Olvil Engineer To
Board of Ctr ImemTement. Invite tl,. nhml.iu.
of bid, reserving the right to accept or reject the
Br order of tie Board.
J. H. BABUEST,
II rr FJ-irftiwr.
T?OR SALE 20
Island Greening, at
riMUSO A BET'B, I
pHES CLEVELAND BREWERY.
C&ckl-St Clerelaad O.
Constantly ea Hand tor City and stiport Use,
II, XXX, rio, lsmber m4 Ctm" "e,
rorter ul Browa Stoat.
ama-Partlimiar attention is ealled to air Btook of
PBBSINT CS AND OBAM ALSS,
axmnd and reliable article, of which can always be
ES in hand dnrlnn the warmest weather In Som
. cSnar. addrwd te F. B. BUNB, A.;t,
will reoeiT. prompt attention. anc&-lUB
TUESDAY MORNING, APR. 1J, 18I4,
Lake Shore, ffiaatl...
Atlantic A Great WeeternMM. 9:50
Plttsbnrgb A Whesling 8:90
Toledo ..... 7:0
Mahoning and Tonngstown.M 7:15
Conneant and Xrle Aocom'nw,
Lake Shore, (Isstl 7:00
Atlantic A Great Westeni.
Ptttuhnri-h A Wheeling. :
Oolnmbns. - :M
Mahoning and Tonngstown10J0
Oonneant and Irk' Aooom'u 10:15
SWIttsens wishing eonTeranos to either of the
above Trains or Boats, will be called for by Coaches
Af HtAven.' nmnlhiM Line. bT leavim their add)
at the Omnlbns l)31oe, 147 Snerlor-t&, next door to
thw wiyl-lt.il ifnnw.
MW ADTKRTIHK-HCRTS. :
O. A. Bead TJ. 8. 10-405 percent Lean.
Jobn Kllsler Academy of Mnslo.
Madame Port.i'4 Cough Balsam-Spsoial Netloe.
J. B. Cobb A Oo School books.
Fo 140 Bnperlor street Books and Gifts.
Cannon A Freeman Bemoral.
A. AG. Bettberg Kew Importations.
Charlei W. Hoble-Destroble Property for Bsle.
Jas.BossA Co. Bemorel.
Wanted Part of House.
R. H Solomonson Opera Local.
Ladles of the Second Ward Local Hotioe .
Hfth Ward-Local Notice.
J. B. Shlpherd A Co. Local Holies.
Opera Glasses Local Notice.
SECOSD NATIONAL BAXK
Designated Depository and Flcl
Agent ef the United States.
National 10-40 Five Per Cent.
Br instructions from the Heeretarr of the Treas
ury, datod Marco 36, '64, this bank win receive so
scrintions for the National 10-4U nva m ctnr.
Loaf, in coupon bonds or regltitered cart fl rates re-
rtwrnel afiar ten ana payable forty tan from date
This loan bears oot n TUTKBKflT.parahle nxm-Aivv-atlt
onconeon and reentered bondsnf tMMi and over
ard AW5T7ALCT on bonds of the denomination of 60
In sitbscrtbinc parties mar either to nar the ao
erned interest rtom the first of March to the day of
subscription in Ooin or in (Currency adding fifty per
cent, preminm or receive bonds beartcg Interest
from day of. subscription. Also win allow to
BANKS, BANKERS AND BROKERS,
ADD BUB AGENTS,
the nu1 emmissioa of ene eighth of one per oent.
The ladies will notice that Mrs. Shaw
opening elegant millinery goedi.
Opiba. Do not forget to call at Mr.
Solomonson's Optical Institute and procure
for yourself a good Opera Glass for to-night's
Opera only twenty-five cents. aprlz;14o.
Libbabt Kg-opgRKD. The Library of
the Cleveland Library Association will be
thrown open to members for the drawing of
books to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at
At tbi Aom. Gran's Opera Compa
ny did not arrive until hal f after eight yes
terday evening, having missed connection at
Crestline. Most of the Company is stopping
at the Angier.
Pbebektatiob'. The ladies of Tifereth
Israel Congregation gave the Bev. Isaac Co
hen, Minister of that Church, a very pleas
ant surprise on Friday evening last, by the
presentation to Mrs. Cohen of an elegant set
of furniture, accompanied by expressions of
the highest regard and esteem.
A Geiat Aid Librettos of the various
operas to be produoed this season can be
found at 6. Brainard's. They are of the
greatest assistance to the opera-goer who is
not a master of Italian, as they furnish him
with a dear idea of what each singer is say
ing and doing. .
Opeea Gkabses. If yon want an ex
cellent opera glass for the season or for a
particular night, yon had better look in upon
Mr. W, S. Perley, Optician, nnder the Wed
dell Honse. He has a fine assortment. By
the way his, stook of optioal instruments of
every kind is excellent, and is afforded at
Pbesehtatiob. C. L. Rhodes, Esq., till
reoently the effioient Superintendent of the
Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad, was a
few days since the recipient of a very ele
gant present from the employees of the old
ft M. road. On entering his office one
morning,' after a brief absence, he found up
on his desk an elegant fob-chain, aec.mpa
nied by a note expressing the kindly feeling
of the employees of the road toward him,
and their appreciation of his services. Mr.
Rhodes responded by letter in appropriate
term-, accepting the gift with thanks. The
chain is a very elegant one.
New Appoietxest. H. K. Boylston,
whs has been acting as Agent for the Mer
chants' Despatoh for several years, in this
city, is now appointed General Agent for
Ohio. His headquarters will be at Colnmbus
and Dayton. Th s appointment will redound
to the Interest of the Company, for Mr.
Boylston is a young man of high business at
tainments, and of the strietest integrity.
We congratulate both him and the company
on the seleotion made.
Mr. Boylston is succeeded as agent at this
point by Mr. W. S. Porter, formerly of Roch
Salaries or Citt OrnciRs. The City
Council last evening fixed the salaries of the
City Officers to be eleoted for the coming
year. The following table shows the salary
to be paid each offioer and also the amount
paid the same offioer last year :
'. S SU0
Health Officer and Infir
City Civil Eogmeer.. ....
Sup't of Markets
Chief Engineer Fire Dep't.
Total paid City Officers $5,500 a,800
In addition to the regular salary of the
City Civil Engineer last year, an appropria
tion of $300 was voted him by the Connoil,
making the total salary received by that of
ficer for the year, $1,800.
The inorease in the salary of the Chief
Engineer of the Fire Department Is especi
ally oommendable. The office is one of great
responsibility, demanding an experienced,
quick, oourageous, commanding man. It is
also a difficult, haiardous, expensive and
annoying office. Five hundred dollars wss
a salary altogether toe small for a good Fire
Engineer, and Cleveland onght not to have
an; bat a good ene.
MONDAY EVENING, March 11.
The special meeting of the Counoil, held
for the purpose of transacting the necessary
annual business, was held on Monday eve
ning, at the usual hoar.
The President, H. S. Btevsns, oocapied the
Present, all the members.
The reading of the minutes of the last
meeting was dispensed with.
Of the committee to fix the salaries of city
officers for the ensuing year. Adopted with
The substance of the action of the Council
on this subject is given in another column.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Connoil then proceeded to the election
Dr. J. H. Marshall and Dr.W. H. Capener
were nominated. The ballot resulted :
Marshall .... 18
Capener - - - -Dr.
Marshall was declared elected.
SUPERINTENDENT OF INFIRMARY.
Mr. C. F. Smith was renominated for re
The ballot resulted, Smith, 22.
Mr. Smith was declared eleoted.
By Mr. Bond, That the Harbor Master be
requested to remove the canal boat in the
. ' . . T. - , . I. J
river, near eeneoa street snago, iruiu
report expenses to this Counoil, to be col loot
ed of the owners.
Council adjourned till this evening.
Police Court April 11th. Quito
number of offenders were congregated in the
new Court-room yesterday morning, to have
jnstioe meted ont to them by Polloe Jndg
Hessenmueller. The nsual number were up
for drunkenness Charlotte Lewis, Ellen Pat
erson, and Mary Ann Stevens, for that of
fense, were sent to the Honse of Correction
for 20 days ; D. Warner, James Freer an
Franois Gibbons, were fined $1 and costs
Alex. McAlister $5 and costs ; and the ease
of Theo. Gibbons was continued.
Several offenders were charged with dis
turbance. Jas. Connors got so drunk and abn
sive the other nigh t, that the polioemen "could
do nothing with him," The Judge thought
that kt could do something with him, an
fined him $10 and eosts, John Koeneman
and Henry Diokman got into a row in the
City Prison on Satsrday, and were locked up.
The first plead guity and was fined eosts, the
second was discharged.
Ida Rivers and Caroline Myers were brought
up for vagrancy. The oase of the former
was continued with $100 bail ; the latter was
sent to the House of Correction for 19 days.
Two or three cases of petit larceny were
disposed of. James Miller, a German boy of
about twelve, was fined the costs for his
thieving and dismissed with an admonition
to sin no more. Margaret Hoffman was also
fined oosts. Eliza Hamilton, a young and
rather pretty looking woman, who plead
guilty te having stolen a oioak worth $25,
was fined $25 and eosts, and sentenced to
imprisonment in the County Jail, fed on
bread and water, for SO days.
James Ely and James Cooper, charged with
burglaryin breaking into the hold of the
Saranac, have slipped their bail and are off
for parts unknown.
Thomas Willard, the rowdy who on Friday
attempted to rescne a thief and prostitute
who was being taken to the station house,
was brought up, and, being an old offender,
was fined $15 and oosts.
Bat two oases of assanlt and battery were
before the Court. The oase of George Knox
so defendant claimed began in fun and
ended in earnest. For carrying his sport too
far, George had to pay the eosts of the ease,
Bridget Kanely, a tough and muscular
spacemen of womankind, whom, after
proper training, we wonld be willing to baok
against Jem. Mace, was charged with an as
sault on Mary McCollongh, on Thursday
night last. The difficulty occurred at a dance
at Cairne's saloon, where, as a witness ex
pressed it, the party were " stiff staving
drank." Bridget had to pay a fine of $5 and
No Opeea Last Night. As moat of oar
readers already know, the opera-season did
not open, as annonnoed, last night, owing to
the non-arrival of the oompany nntil a late
hour in the evening. Hundreds of impatient
aatafeurs, eager for the delicious muaio of
Flotow's charming master pieoe, were turned
away in disappointment and forced to wait
patiently for twenty-four hours longer.
We are sure that the managenent regrots
the failure as much as the public. It has
been Mr. Graa's pride and pleasure to open
promptly in every plaoe where he has been,
at the time announced. He has always,
hitherto, succeeded in doing so, and and has
gained a most enviable reputation for prompt
ness and punctuality. By referring to his
Card" in our "Amusement" column it will
be seen that the entire blame rests with the
Bellefontaine and Indianapolis railroad,
which had contracted to take the company to
Crestline in time to oonneot with the Colum
bus afternoon train up, and which failed to
do so. The pnblic will at once see that this
explanation entirely exonerates Mr. Grau
from any blame.
After all, the matter is not to be so great
rcgrotted. All preparations will this
evening be satisfactorily ooncluded, singers
and performers will be rested, and "Martha"
will be brought out in the most brilliant man
ner. We trust that it may receive a fittingly
enthusiastio reoeption. "Un Ballo in Mas
chera," of which we have already spoken,
will be produoed to-morrow evening, and, on
Thursday night, Meyerbeers grand opera
"Softer! U Viable," will be given with Formes
Bertram. Madame Virginia Whit
ing will make her debut as Alioe. To
night will be considered the first night of the
opera season and tioketg will be received
accordingly. These who have purehased
tickets for any particularevening, and desire
attend on that evening, oan have their
tickets exchanged by calling at Brainard's
Let as give the unrivalled Carl Formes an
enthusiastio reception to-night, cn the occa
sion of his first appearance in opera in Cleveland.
Peesohal James G. Clark, the poet
vocalist and favorite ballad singer of the
Empire State, arrived in this eity last even
ing, from the East, and is stopping at the
Weddell. Mr. Clark is among the finest
writers of ballads since Tom Moore. He is
the author of " The Mountains of Life,"
"Marion Moore," "Fremont's Battle Hymn"
"The Children of the Battle Field," "Leone,"
and other poems familiar to oar readers.
He sings in Hudson, on Wednesday, being
engaged by the students of the W. R. Col
lege. We hope he may find it oonvenient to
sing in Cleveland before many days other
engagements we learn, prevent his doing so
Opeea Glasses. The Opera season has
commenced, and all who attend will need
glasses, whioh can be pnrohashed or rented
S. Hogan's Jewelry store, where a splen
did assortment has just been received.
Madam Tatxob. The great Clairvoyant
who is stopping at the City Hotel, on Seneca
street, is no humbug, as all who visit her
say. She will remain one week longer. AU
Nervous diseases, as well as Deafness treated.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CLEVELAND
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING. THE ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEES.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING.
The annual meeting of the members of the
Cleveland Library Association was held on
Monday evening, April 11th, at the Library
Rooms. The meeting was called to order by
the President, W. J. Boardman, Esq., and
Mr. W. P. Fogg was elected Secretary.
The report of the retiring Board was then
read by the President, and was accepted.
The report of the Library Committee was
read by Mr. Colwell, Chairman, and, on mo
tion, was accepted.
The report of the Lecture Committee was
then read by Mr. Peixotto, Corresponding
Secretary and Chairman of the Leoture Com
mittee, which was accepted and ordered to be
placed on file.
It was moved by Mr. Willey that the sev
eral reports be presented for publioation to
the daily papers of the city.
The Association then proceeded to the
eleotion of officers for the coming year,
which recnlted as follows:
President H. B. Tuttle.
Vice-President D. R. Tilden.
Recording Secretary L. F. Mellen.
Corresponding Seoretary E. R. Perkins.
Treasurer John F . Whitelaw.
Directors Ansel Roberts, J. F. Holloway,
Wm. F. Smith, J. M. Blackburn.
On motion of Mr. Willey, a Committee
consisting of the President of the retiring
Board and two other members of the same,
were authorised to take charge of the publi
cation of the catalogue.
A vote of thanks to the retiring Board
and the Librarian was adopted.
The meeting then adjourned.
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Cwing to the lateness of the hour at which
this manuscript was handed in, it is impos
Bible for us to present it to our readers this
REPORT OF THE LIBRARY COMMITTEE.
To W. J. Boardman, Eiq , Prtridenl Clnt
land Library Auonatton .
Sir: The nndersiirned Committee on Li'
brary and Rooms beg leave to report, that
since the last annual meeting the alterations
and improvements, then going forward, have
been completed. The Library, though not
qnite as aocessibie as formerly to members
owing te the asoendency of another flight of
stairs, is so muoh more attractive and conven
lent in all ether respects, as to have induced
a larger attendenoe on the part of Members
than in former years. This is peculiarly no
ticeable as regards ladies, who now nnd the
room a most agreeable and attractive place
or resort. The expectations of the friend
of these improvements hare been folly real
iied, and the Committee cannot doubt that,
though the changes involved a very consid
erable expenditure, the money was well in
vested. The Librarian and his Assistant
now find their time fully occupied in an
swering to the calls of such as require their
attention in receiving and delivering books.
i.he Heading Koom is alro far more at
tractive to members than formerly, and
much larger attendence of our citizens than
in former years, is noticeable.
The Directors' Room has been found
great convenience to the Board of Directors
who now, for the first time since the organi
sation of the Association, have a place for
their meetings, and lor the keeping of the
reoords of the Association. This room has
been neatly carpeted and furnished, at the
individual cost of the gentlemen composing
tne Boar a, ana without expense to the Abso
oiation, except for the purchase of a few
chairs. The table and Secretary's desk were
donated by the President, and the carpet and
some other necessary articles by some other
gentlemen ot tne Board.
This allusion to the manner of furnishing
tne Directors ttoom would not have been
made were it not that the Committee are un
willing that the Board should be charged
witn extravagance in the use of the funds o:
the Assooiation, at a time when all the mean
in the Treasury are needed for other purposes.
Tour Committee, therefore, oould hardly do
leas in the way of explanation that the mat
ter should be properly understood.
'mere nave been added to the library, by
parohase, daring the year, 477 volumes, at a
cost of $532,67. There have been 82 volumes
of magazines and periodicals neatly bound
at an expense of SU.MS, and 147 volumes re
bound at a cost of $46,44. This latter work
was greatly needed, as many of the work
were of high value and among; those most in
request by members of the Association. The
Committee believe that the oondition of the
library is now exoellent and but little ex-
pense for repairs of books will be neoessary
tor some time to come. The Usmmittee ac
knowledge with satisfaction the receipt from
Mr, if. Jf . Peixotto of ouo oopies.m pamphlet
form, of the Constitution and By-Laws of
the Association, whioh that gentleman had
procured, at his own expense, for the use of
the members, a most timely and valuable
gift. Also from J. H. Mathews, Esq , for
an elegant Map of Canada, donated by that
gentleman to the Association, valued at $25,
The Board of Directors having after lone
consideration determined that the publica
tion of a classified catalogue ooald not long
er be deferred, in justice to the members and
friends of the Assooiation, directed your
Committee to employ a suitable person to
prepare such a catalogue, and accordingly
Mr. J. A. Spencer was induced to undertake
tne work.- ibis bas reoently been completed,
and, as the Committee believe, In a satisfac
tory mannor. This work was done by the
gentleman named for the sum of $94,25. A
small additional sum is to be paid him for
superintending Its publication. lour Com
mittee nave earnestly endeavored to have
this catalogue ready for members at the ap
proaching annual meeting, but have been
unable to do so, owing to the inability of our
publishing houses to do the work within so
brief a period. The Committee hope, and
indeed, confidently expect that it will be
ready by the first of Jnne. The Committee
are happy to be able to state that the work
alluded to, though involving a very consid
erable outlay, will not, it is believed, be a
charge upon the Treasury of the Assooiation.
A sufficient number of copies have already
been subscribed for by active friends of the
measure to render it nearly certain that the
sale of copies when published will amply
supply the funds neoessary to pay the pub
lishers. Your Committee feel assured that
no member of the Assooiation can fail to ac
knowledge the argent need of aoh a cata
logue, and that no one will decline purchas
ing a copy when ready for use.
An consideration of the long and faithful
services of the librarian Mr. Tait and in
view of his impaired health, and in view, too,
the serious illness of his aged mother in
ngland, making it almoBt imperative that
he should go abroad, leave of absence, for
that purpose, was granted him in June, to
extend four months.
Mr. Tait having left, it became neoessary
employ a temporary Librarian, and the
Committee accordingly, at the request of the
Board, secured the services of Mr. T. Kear
don, who fulfilled his duties during the great
part of the time of the Librarian's absence,
a salary or tzo per month, Airs. Tait,
the wife of the Librarian, having during the
hole period of her husband s stay abroad,
given her valuable services as Assistant with
out charge to the Association.
By a vote of the Board, it was ordered that
the Library Room, which had always been
closed till 2 P. M ., should be open to visitors
and for the drawing or books, at 10 a M. This
arrangement has continned now about ten
months. The keeping of the Library open
during nearly the whole day and evening,
though of the highest eonvenienoe to mem
bers and their families, entailed upon the Li
brarian so large an additional amonnt of la
bor in the rooms,as to preclude the possibility
bis longer giving attention to duties
scarcely less importance and value to the
Assooiation. It wag, therefore, eonsidered
neoessary by the Board to employ an Assis
tant, in order that Mr. Tait might be occas
ionally relieved of hig confinement to the
Library and opportunity given him to attend
affairs outside. Accordingly, a tempora
ry engagement was made with Mrs. Tait in
October and she has eentinaod to act as
Assistant at a salary of $25 per month.
Tne Committee believe that her services as
Assistant Librarian have been entirely satis
factory to all who visit the rooms. She hag
ever displayed a most lady-like civility of
manner, as wen as inaastrious eppucanuu
to her peculiar duties.whioh are worthy of all
Ia oonclnsion, the Committee will remark
that, in the selection of works to be purchas
ed for the Library, seme effort has been made
to secure a portion of such as would be of in
terest to mechanics, and quite a number of
valuable books having reference to arohiteo
ture and buildinghave been purchased. The
Committee sincerely regret that the means in
the Treasury have not been more ample to
enable them to secure a larger proportion .of
works of this character, but hope that, ere
long, the circumstances of the Assooiation
may be such as to enable it to attract to its
roomB a mnch larger number of our citizens
interested in mechanics and meohanical pur
suits than have heretofore visited them.
There has been no debt contracted by the
Committee now existing against the Associa
tion. Respectfully submitted,
A. G. COLWELL,)
J. H. SARGENT, Committee.
J. B. MERIAM, J
Cleveland, March, 1864.
REPORT OF THE LECTURE COMMITTEE.
To W. J. Boardman, Eiq., Praident of tne
Cleveland Library Auociation :
The gucoess attending the regular course
of Lectures the previous year induced the
adoption of the same plan during the past
season, with results still more flattering.
Sixteen lectures have been delivered dur
ing the season just closed. These have em
braced the following speakers and subjects :
November 19. Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson,
Binghampton, New York; Subject: "The
Union Past, Present and Future."
26. 'Edmund Kirke, New York City; Sub
ject: " The Southern Whites."
December 3. Bayard Taylor, Kennetth
Square, Pennsylvania ; Subjeot : " Russia
and her People."
10. Dr. J. G. Holland, Springfield, Massa
chusetts ; Subject: " The National Heart."
15 F. W. Thomas, Baltimore, jnaryiana
Snbisot: " Earlv Traits of Great Men."
17. Anson G. Cheater, Buffalo, New York
Subiect: " The Gods." A Poem.
22. Rev. Dr. N. Shepard, New York ; Sub
jeot : " The Tongue."
29. George Vandenhoff.New YorkjReading
trom the Poets.
January 5. Rev. Dr.W. C. Richards, Rhod
Island: Subieot: Science of the Atmos
7 The same continued.
14 Anson G. Chester, Buffalo, New York
finhiaot: "Old Bovb and Girls."
19. Professor Louis Agassis, Cambridg
Massachusetts: Subject: " Glaciers an
the Glacial Period."
21. The same continued.
February 18. Rev. Dr. W. C. Richard
Providence. Rhode Island ; Subjeot: "Tho
Maroh 14. Miss Emily Shaw, Nantnoket,
Massachusetts ; Readings from the Poets.
31. Rev. Dr. Edwin H. Chapin, new lora
Rnhiect Enrone and America."
Besides the above. Professor Richards
gave a Matinee to the pupils of the pupl
schools. Tne first thirteen lectures were giv
en in the regular course, the three last men
tioned as extra lectures, ine iouawing
the financial exhibit of the same:
Received from sales of course
Received from ainffle and reserv-
ed seats . 1218-
Total receipts ?'
Paid lecturer's fees, 16 lectures,
to-wit: Dickinson, $100; Rich
ards. 3 lectures, J2S0; Agassis,
.lectures, $200; Chapin, $100;
Eirke, $50; Holland. etKl; Ches
ter. 2 lectures, $100, Vanden
hoff. $76; Shepard, $50; Shaw,
$60;Thomas, $29 $114.00
Rent of Brainard's Ball sixteen
nights at fllteen dollars 240 00
Printing and advertising 142.50
Posting bills, ushers, door-keep-
ers, ticket agents,telegramB,Ac
Net profits from lectures.
The Committee would recommend the in
coming Board to adopt the regular oourae
system as the best means of contributing to
the finances of the Association. The regular
oourse paid a profit of over $600 the extra
lectures thus inourring a loss of over $60
Had the weather been favorable, the result
might have been different. On each of th
extra leoture nights the weather was stormy.
Single lectures are always liable to these
contingencies; hence the regular course, for
which tickets are sold in advance, presents
the most certain and reliable source of in
Your Committee have been unremitting in
their efforts to secure the best talent in the
leoture field, and, without vanity, congrata
late themselves upon having given the pub
lie lectures from scholars and savans oi tn
stamp of Agassis and RiohardB, orators of
the ability of Chapin and Dickinson, ana
writers of as distinguished merit as Taylor
and Holland : while lectures like tnose o
Chester, Shepard and Eirke have not been
ithont a merit peculiarly their own, ana
perhaps no entertainment for a ohange has
proven more acceptable than the dramatio
and poetio readings of Vandenhoff and Miss
Shaw. It is. however, to be regretted that
scientific lectures of the scope and character
of those of Agassis and Kicbards should
have elicited so little enthusiasm and popu
larity. Had these lectures not occurred in
the regular conrse, it is questionable whether
tbey would not have proved neavy losses
financially to the Association. Their occur
rence in the oourse, while attended with in
adequate receipts, saved them from failure
lei to lectures ov mis oruer muai, mv iuuiiu
look for intrinsio merit and instruction. The
experience and learning of a life-time of toil
and experiment are oondensed Into one or
two lectures, and made comprehensive and
instructive to all.
As a whole, the past lecture season has
been aoomplete auooesB, realising a net in
ooms of nearly $550 a larger amount than
has ever been realized from any previous
course. To the press of the city the Commit
tee desire to make their acknowledgments
for the many favors bestowed. Their liberal
editorial notices have largely contributed to
the sucoessaof the season.
B. R. PEIXOTTO
DAN. P. EELLS.
O. A. BROOKS.
Shockihg Accident. A Boy Killed bt
a Freight Car. A shocking casualty oo
carred yesterday afternoon about five o'olock,
on the railroad track across the flats, tobhU
ing in the death of a young boy living on
the West Side, named Johnnie Young. The
little fellow, who is only seven years old,
was, with his brother, a year or two older,
on a side-track of the C. A T. railroad, be
tween the railroad bridge and the A. A G.
W. Depot, engaged in collecting old soraps
of railroad iron which were lying there. Be
ing engaged in this he did not notice the ap
proach of a train, whioh was backing up for
the purpose of oonpling with some cars on the
track, nntil the rapidly advancing car struck
him upon the head, fracturing his skull, but
utting no visible gash. He was taken im
mediately to the Repair shop of the C. 3c T.
road, and his father, who is an employee on
the railroad, and who lives on Ward Street,
West Side, was sent for. The little fellow
lived about ten mtnntes, but didn't speak,
and probably was not conscious, after being
struck. No particular person can be blamed
for the accident, bat the speotaole was a
piteous ene, and suggested quite foroib,
to the spectators the great risk of life to
whioh the people of a city are subjected, in
hich railroads are permitted to traverse
crowded basiness localities and oross streets
hich form the vital avenues of trade.
Ten-Foty v,o vera meet Loan.
UNITED STATES dkpositobt.
TEX FIRST KATI0SAL BAJTK,
designated a permanent Peposltcry f the Govern
ment, is prepared to receive inscriptions to the
Tea-Forty Government Lean,
now ready for delivery
Depository for fj. S. Officers, raymastera and
Received this day at J. R. Shipberd ACo.'s
one ease more of those beautiful Waterford
hats for Ladies and Misses. aprl2 : 147
Dentistry Dr. B. F. Robinson, office
No. 60 Wood street. All kinds of surgical
and mechanical dentistry, done in the best
manner and at a low price. deo2R27.
Fifth Ward. The Committee for the
relief of soldiers' families, consisting of the
following named gentlemen and ladies, are
one and all requested to meet at the office of
Joseph Perkins, Tuesday evening, April
12th, at 7 o'clock, and prompt to time :
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. H. Kelley,
Mr.snd Mrs. A. Stone, Jr., Mis. G. H. Detmer,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stone, Mrs. G. G. Dodge,
Mr. and Mrs. Hickox, N. P. Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. Boardman, L. F. Mears,
Mr. and Mrs. Sturges, Thos. Purcell,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrie, Mr. Monahan,
Mr. and Mrs. Collins, B. F. Peixotto,
Mr. and Mrs. H.'Chisholm, Mrs M C Toungtove,
Mrs. Thos. Kelley, Mrs. F. T. Backus.
Ladies of the Second Ward. The Re
lief Society of the Second Ward have now
some thirty soldiers' families to provide for,
but oannot proceed with the charitable work
without the requisite funds.
The society has 193 members, bat many
are in arrears with their subscriptions. The
Committee for Collecting the Dnes find it a
very arduous task, and it was thought advis
able to change the method at a meeting of
the Society, held on the 8th inst. A resolu
tion was therefore passed authorizing the
Treasury to lend to each member, quarterly,
a bill calling for the amount due. it was
also resolved to solicit new memberships
from those who have not been oalled upon
The sum is a small one, but if promptly
paid, will be sufficient to meet the necessities
of the dependants.
These resolutions will be carried into effect
immediately, and it is hoped each member
will be promot in remitting to the Areasurer.
MRS. J. h PAINTER, Sec'y.
Mrs. F. J. Pbrntis8, Treasurer.
april 12: 146.
Sixth Ward Motual Aid Associa
tion. At a meeting of the citizens of the
Sixth Ward, the above Association was
formed for the relief of those who may be
drafted on the last call for 200,000. The
quota of our Ward, in addition to the two
previous calls, which have been filled, is very
large about 60 men and there is no hope
of obtaining these men. The shares in this
Association have been fixed at ten dollars,
which brings them within the reach of every
man ; and it is hoped mat every citizen
whether liable to draft or not, will take from
one to five shares, aooording to his ability.
In oase of a draft, the whole amount will be
divided among those drafted who belong to
the Assooiation ; bnt if no dratt snail oome,
the money will be retained to the subscri
A meeting will be held at the Wigwam on
Wednesday evening, loth inst.
The officers of the Association are as fol
President W. P. F'gg-Vice-President
Treasurer G. W. Calkins.
Secretary Louis Hammer.
Executive Committee Adam Beilatein
Either of the above will, upon application
furnish receipts of membership:
A Card. After a short interruption, I
have again opened a wholesale and retail
grocery store, situated at Mo. 40 Merwin sc.
a few doors from my old stand. Thanking
friends and old customers tor their past fa
vors, I hope, by strict integrity, upright
doaiing and careful attention to business, to
seenre again their patronage, and shall be
most happy to attend to the wants of as many
new faces who may think proper to give me
a call. it. n. little, Agt.
apl6:146 No. 40 Merwin St,
Fob Coughs, Colds, and Toothache, ose
Porter's Cure of Pain. We have tried it
frequently, and found it an excellent and
reliable antidote in all caaes. Trumbull Den
Sold by ail druggists. Price ISots.
W. L. PoRTERMPreprietor,
nov2:RI Cleveland, Ohio.
J. R. Smipherd's old friends and cus
tomers will find him at 227, Superior street,
where he is prepared to furnish them with
every thing they may want in the way of
millinery and straw goods. mar30:146
WAN T E lb t
Fractional ('ertlOcates C. C. C. Stock
HIGHEST PBIOI PAID FOB
GOLD, SILVER, U. S. INTBT. COTJPON8
BT E. B. HALE. Bankib,
ffa7Agent for the parohase and sale of
0SsrUnourTent Funds converted at Low
est RalAg. feM
U. T. MOKSE
hfts remoTjiii to 101 Bank str-f-at next dor to Ameri
can fexprvv-m ottiM- whtie he w ll wp the Quest
stock oi Tobacra, Cijjar nd Pipfg in tb city.
mr special aiientiua pam to joodid iraae.
IMPROVED FARMS & HOUSES
I AND i OTS FOB 8aLE.-A farm of VA bci-m
well t in. beted and watered in Verm llioa. rie lo..
f-rm w-11 timbered 'd watered of 75 acri In
Miicleborah. Cuynh .em c-antv. Ohio, and one ot
7i acres, a.a) weil wtrrfxl and timbered in New
Washington, Orawford county. Ohio. Good brick
house nnd Cot on Lake Btienr, wett of Erie street.
Large hour and lot on t. iJlair street near O ft P.
railooari crossing. Two tooaes (one of brick) and
lou cn Vine st . lot onornerof HiiDoriorand Lvman
t rests. Lot Ho 1 (being aprt of lot lNo 9)) corner of
Wiliflon Avenue and Superior Avenue, nub lots Not
lftft, 333, 334. 333. 96. 115. 133 and 2M. near Homiona.
thic College and convenient to ship yaid and oil re
ftnuries. Lots trom Id t to 2U0 feet e?p and in width
to suit purchasers trrn ins on nortbiide of Scoviile
street, I. between Fart BtreH and Willson averice,
convt-rjienc to street rartroads. Lot Northwest
corner of Wiffot avenue a -id Bcoville sreet, 5(1
feet f.-nnt by 200 feet deep; alo ot adjoining of same
dimensions trnntiDg on Wtlltton avenue; aloo con
venient to utreet railroads. Lot cornttr ot Park ami
: The above property wMl be sold cheap and upon the
easiest terms Enquireof A. Kverett, or of Jhales
U. K-verett, Attorney at Law, No !S4 inferior st (up
strst. ''icvf'and. '"hin. nnr) trt
ILL BE EQON IS3UBD.
Clefeland City Directory ISCt.
A Directory coot otntr the name, residence and
ocenpatioo of every resident of the city, will be ready
for delivery soon as possible alter the nrorier i n 'ur
ination can be obtained SeYeral experienced, 'Jan
vauersare now enraged and the citizens may dpf nd
oo bavioR a uli and reliable Diiectory. the nerd of
wnion day ioog oeen Tett. a iimi'ed number of ad
vertisements will be inserted on liberal terms.
W D, BAKER,
uprV.HrV PnbMhT' y, Unw-lfir ntr-t
l?OR PALE TWO MARES TO
.1 to sell for less than they are worth. Srqnire of
u. r. nuitpfi,
101 Bank street, next to American Express Oiflca,
Bv all meana have ronrdlrtr earcet. made to com
pare with rour hone-cleanlDa or roar labor will be
in vain, uarp.es cleanea ana renovacea at
107 Bank Street.
apM-us. fii.TVyf, sn wnssTrn no.
ILI OILI OIL!
ALEXANDER. SCO FIELD &
xtra Petroleum oil, Benzole
We par particular atten'lon to packaart-a thereby
savins our customers much loss by lrakaffe. We
snarantee our oil to give perfect satisfaction and
as nooa a. any m-uie in toe city, aiso, we par par
ticular atceot'oo to putting up of
NAPTHA Oa BENZOLE,
suitable for Varnish Manufacturers and Painters'
e. n band and for sale
30 ) bbls extra refined fetTOlenm Oil,
ion bbls Deodeniva c en tote v equal to xnrponune),
.wihhiENn l Lnbricatlnfi- (.11.
which we sell at lowest market prices.
i rrici I08st. ciair sieec, iormeiiy oconpled by
Wm. O. Hconeld A Co.
JOBS ALlXANf'KBj. I LKV1L15D. O.
WM. C SCOriXLD,
matB'W wii an
ROOM 40x60; ROOM 30x40
Mav benaed for mannfacturins- of Olithlnff
For Bent by marl2 J0. G. JENNINGS.
CECOND, THIRD and FODRTH
j rioors, m.
,, to rent by
rioors, 60x60, in a Brick Building on Puperior
QUITE OP OFFICES ON FIR8T
ICv floor AtwaterBsUdlnat. lornatbr
maria J flu, u, rfaanijitt.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
MOBNING LEAT1EB OFFICE,
Mokbai Ivanns, April 11, US64. )
GeM-The Gold gamblers of New York still defy
all efforts to keep the market down, and apparently
have everything their own way. To day there was a
steady advance, the market closing firm at 1711,.
When thla will stop most evidently depend upon
some other agency than hss yet been brought to bear
The market here was linn throughout the day at
yesterday's quotations, but clcaed higher, viz: 173
selling; 170 buying.
Sliver Firmer. Selling 59el per cent, preminm ;
Memey Easy at 6 per oent, with a good demand
Exehance Easy, at unchanged rates, vis: Gov
ernment, National and Ohio funds par on New
Tork. Eastern and Pittsburgh H percent, discount
Govern aieut Bonds Active and firm. We
5-208, clean coupons ... ill lie1.
5-20's, May coupons off..Mww.WM.10S n7f
7-30's, April and October. .111 113
7-30's, February and August lis 113
N. Y MONEY MARKET—April 11.
Mwit In better snpplv.
HterllnsT KxehHc-- firmer and quiet at 66
187 for flntt clans bills.
fJold Firmer Upenintf at 71 and closing qoiet
and firm at 72a7.
How9rnmnt twta8r Very firm, with an np
ward tendency. Five-twenti-i, coupons, il2Mai2H ;
teven-tbirties. 0ctober and April 111)4; Cnited
States 6's. I year certificates. 99 X
The snbscrtptions to-day at the Fisst National
Bank to the 10 4J Loan wee $2V,6i0.
Kt cr ipts at th- Custom House to-day were !359,0CO,
r f which t34tf,(00 were in QolU Cert i flea tea.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET—April 11.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET—April 11. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Ktocks) At second Board trretnilar.
Mis nri (is 74 Canton 7HM, New York Central
142H. Krie Erie preferred III, Hudton 158. Har
lem 179. BeadiDK 163 Milwaukee and Prairie dn
"Men 86, Michigan tout hern l-4, do gnaranteed
154. 11 line-U Central icr'p 147. Galera and Chicago
143 . Cleveland and Toledo l.'3. Ceveland and Pitu
bureh l, Chimgand b'ock Island 2n, Chicago,
Hurlington and Quincy 145i. Toledo ard Wabash 74,
Fort Wayne 142, hicago and Northwestern prt'd St.,
Michigtn Central 151. Alton and Terr Haute t4 b l,
Ohio and MisBittsippi Certificate 63
N. Y. BANK STATEMENT—April 11.
N. Y. BANK STATEMENT—April 11. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Increase in t S40 T61
Increase in , 1,36,622
Increase in Circulation...,... 8,513
Decrease in rtopoaita 63i 277
MINING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
NEW YORK, April 11.
The following are the sales ot miains: stock to-day:
Ontonagon 6, Montana M Norwich e, Hamilton
8t, Carp Lake 5)s.
Bostos, April 11.
At Boston to-day the following were the quota
Central 70, Franklin 59H. Hancock 12)4, Huron
51, Isle Boy ale 26, Minnesota SO, UockLand 16H.
SfOBWINO LEADER ClflOl,
Mqxd.t Avaaiae. April 11, l6t.
The market to-day has been generally active, Flour
beios greatly excited, buoyant, and 15S20c higher,
the outside figure on choice brands. Transactions
have bsen large. Wheat has Improved fully Sc and
there is an active inquiry. Corn is In fair request,
and fully 2c better for shelled. Highwines ex. ex
cited and held 46cc higher, closing very firm at the
advance. Com.tock's Sugar-cured Bams and Dried
Beef advanced lc per lb at the close, with a very act.
.We give sales and quo'atious as follows :
Flanr Excited, active, and 15a20e higher, tales
to-day ot 720 bbls red double extra at e,75 ; loo bbls
dodoatse,87M; 80 bbls do do at Sfi.SO; !0 bbls dodo
at 16,70 ; ll bbls very choice do do at 17,00 ; 90 bbls
common do do at te. so; 100 bbls XXX white wheat
at SS.IK1; 100 bb'a good white wheat at 17,12; I0O
bbls do do at (7,19 ; 90 bbls do do double extra at
Wheat In active demand, and 3c higher. Sales
to-day of 3,600 bush red from store at tl,40 ; 1 er do
on traak at Sl,40; 1 car do on track at tl.as; 1 car
Khlt.cn track at SI JO.
Cora In fair demand and shelled 23c higher.
Bales to-day of 2 cars shelled on track at S1.05.
traxa Quiet and firm. Bale I car on track at 74c.
Kye Te-y dull. Held at 1,20 on track.
Barley Quiet and unchangi d. gale 1 cjr on track
at SI, 25.
Pork The market continuea aciive and firm at
S24.no for city mess, and t!6,00 for do clear. Sale to
day of 3$ bbls mess at the quotation.
Lard There is a steady demand for lard at previ
ous quotations, viz : KHo lor dry rendered In kegs,
and 134c for do in birrebi.
Snaked Meats In active request, and firmer.
Sugar-cured name and dried beef advanced lc at the
close. We quote : sugar-cured hams I6e ; plain do
14c; clear bacon sides 14c; shoulders lie; dried
beef 16o. Sale. 6,100 ftl Oomstock's sugar-cured rum.
at lie, and 10,000 ft. at Is.Hc.
ffleea Beef There is a good! demand, and the
market Is firm at tl2.no for city.
Batter Choice is beginning to come in more
freely. We note sal:, to-day of 310 fts choice W. B.
at 35c, and 29 bbls de roll at Stic.
Cheeao- Quiet and firm at l316c for very choice.
Ean-e In good request for Ins retail trade at o.
illKkwlnes lhe market continues excited- .h
holde;a have advanced their views 5g6o. ei,Jtrai,
strong at 1,101.U. Hale of 50 bbls, eari' , tj..d
Aleohol-The market is muiA DIIKttM. .,,,1 t.
vanoingin proportion with highwines. J,18820
Is about the range for Ve per cent
Seed Qniet at the quotation: Timnlh. at cn-
Clover 7 2la7,50.
("alt We quote: flue I,95, coarse 2,.
Dried Apple In good reoueat at sxaac. Klo
of 19l bbls at the outside figure, 25c for barrels.
fried reaches The demand ia fair at
for peeled and 168170 for un peeled.
BeansThe market la firm at S2.0oa2.90 erln.
Carbsa Oil Firmer. Held at 60B62O.
rvtaioes in lair demand, and lua.n. K.
Salea 400 bush pesch blows at S5c, and 400 bush Can-
.u. mueu st ,UC.
Tallowy-There is a moderate Inquiry at loXo.
Potaeh Is firm at SHo.
Plaster In fair demand at H rwr a-,. i. a
MM , . . "
" "r IO' "Dentist," and S3,0O3,25 per
niw common ealolued.
rieh In good demand, oonlr-tl.-i. rn. wki-.
Fish, which have advanced 2o. w. m,t. . H7i...
uau oairsis, 8,II0. No. 1 M-..i ki.
.ur.iw, uau Darreia. S10.OI? Nr. . i.m.
h.lf hhl. Mnn.u. - . . . ' '
. - , , V.. IMJ I. I T IH1 . K.I r KM- .7 ...
Trout ( 5s for halves.
Feathers Nice live geese are worth 52ft",7c.
Lilme-A kron water lime Is steadv and in mni.
request at $2,25,
Mill FeedIn good request and firm at ,(ffl
' 00. Oats and corn ground toe-ether S42.tmia4S no .
OUa--The market is firm and fairly active at th.
ollowing quotations :
Linseed SI S"fl I Wh.l.. w R .1 -.3i
a lEleDhant. W H 1 v,
, x 1 cpnrm, w a j
. 1 2n, Strait.. 1
Ale and Porter In good demand. We quote
Present use X X A le 88,00 ; Htock XXX. SIMS to ,12,
Bennett S12,00; Pa!e Cream Sio.oo; Porter tie
Half and quarter barrels In proportion.
Malt Steady at 1,9 per bushel.
Bono Bangs at 25M3e, according to'qnallty.
NEW YORK MARKET—April 11.
Floor State and Western excited and 15a2V bet
ter. Salfe at S7,-oa7,6fl for extra Stat-; S7,6tiri,nt
for extra round hoop Ohio; Ss.0le9.25 for trade
brands, closing with no sel'.rs at inaide prices
Whiftkr Active and flirmer, at Sl.llal.UH for
State, and ai l2al,13 for Western, closing ttnnat oa -side
W neat Very scarce, and 2s3c better. Sale, at
tl.6;SSi,7l for Chicago Spring; S1,7lial,72 Mr Mil
waukee clnb ; Sl.76al.79 for winter red Western
ora Without decHed change. Sale, at Sl,31a
for old mixed Western in .tore ; Sl,33al,334 de
livered; 81,34 for Western yelluw dellvend.
Oate Dnll and drooping
Wool Firm, with an upward tendency
Pork Active andpnet. higher. Hale, at 123 87a
for mes ; 823 75 for old do; 823,50 for new do
S2H,oua23,uO lor old and new prime ; 825 50a26 ml for
prime mcs. Also 900 bbls new mata fur A.rll. h.
Heef irm. but auist.
C'Dt .vleota V.rv firm K m a 1 1 , In. ...
nae.1 laiclee Bcarce and varr firm.
Lard Active and Srmer at 12Mftau4n. th. l.rA.
ButterIn lair request at 2Sa7e for Ohio, and 40a
PITTSBURGH OIL MARKET.
Special by Telegraph to the Cleveland Leader.
PITTSBURG, April 11.
PStMlflBI. Cmftt .11 .-.. .nn ..... .nt.lt
Eight bnndrtd barrels were uli mi 22n Hr.lder.
asxing Z3c. nenned nrra at last quotations
ne river Is very high, and boats could not get in.
CHICAGO. April 11.
Plour Active, ard all auelltl's sligtitly aavauced.
Wheot-Firm. Sales at S1.2J.121 for No. I. and
1,19 for No 2.
'ora Volet. Hales ol new no. i at vtemxt.
Out. Hum. Sale No. 1 at 6S6c.
Whlsky-Hlgber. Sale at 81,111,11..
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—April 11.
There Is an active movement In breadstuff., and
prices have advaoce4 materially.
WioarAavanring. jvxtra rami.y se,3ia7.T5
Wheat bnovant at 1,7S for good red and tI.M
Cora Advanced 2c Tel low 81,I5a!I7; white
Provisions ot at kinds advanced.
Whlaky Unsettled. Holders denwnd aa advanc
[BY TELEGRAPH.] Rose & Previtiss' Provistion Market Report.
The following are the rates eharged by then I
ljVZim', e'e-rend;ed In bbls ?Ta..lJo.
. ? kle rendered In kegs. 14 O
Pork No. 1 Btees a hhi rrr it
Extra clear a hh.
no extra cnarge made for pack-ias or carton
to railroad depots or boats. All articii are warrant
ed strictly prime, and equal to anything in tb. 8txe
iV (Tai 11. rT Y7.a i. i Eren,inm at
R KM Tiua
tioa. 142, 144 and 16 OnUrlo-st,, UlevtntusV
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr Horning Star. Tiirer. Detroit.
fcchr Wanderer, Helron. Vermillion, wood.
Kchr Gen Scott, Drake. Toledo.
Scnr L B t.eprd. Mil er, Ft Huron, lumber.
Scow Industrie, Bibcock, Pt Clinton, plaster.
Scow Knth, Fox, K-lij'. Island, limestone.
8cow Uncle Sam, Mims. Detroit, lumber.
Scow fupplr, JohuKn. Kelly's Island, limestoao.
Scow Begin., Forter, Kelly's 1.1. n-1. Umetona
Tug Belle King, ButtirBeid, Toltdj.
ObEABKD April ll.
Stmr Morning Star, Visor. Detroit.
Bchr Watts Sherman Hnrke, Detroit, coal,
r-ctir alien Witllsma. Pom .oy, taginaw.
Schr Boston, Beaise, Handusky.
Scow Keecre, Porter, K-lly's lslond.
Scow Supply. Sohnson, Black biver.
Mrat ati n a v v
ATJB Av a? m V1 ALA m. aLaaValt -iT
..Proprietcr and Manages
, .DlrecUr ot Xuaio,
Monday, Taesday and Wednesday,'
April 11th, 15th and 13th.
A novel an Interesting
CIntre of Programme,
concluding each night wllh the laughab'e after,
piece. THE KEHEAHSAU. The brothers, Daa,
Shelby and Billy Jioche.
The Polish Brothers, Signor Montererdl
Laura Bernard, Maggie Nichols, M.
Freeberthyser, and the fall Corps
Prices of Admlsllon.
Parquette and Dress , Ml y cental
Beserved orr-h.tr.wt.il. 50 cnut
Private Box. a 82 Ml and 83 l
Single Seats In Boxe..a-
Doors open at 7, Performance to commence at s.
MA'flNESS-The third of the series for ladle
and children will take place Saturday, the 16th Inst.
at 2 P. M.
QAMPBELLS I CAMPELL8 1
April 12th, 13th, and 14th, 1884.'
THE OLD, OBIfilNAL AND ONLT
The oldest and mort poon-ar Trotpe In the world ft
a host of New Sonet, Dances and UnrleqTi ftQd
the very La'est Gems of Sthiopian Mlnstelsy
13 UQ'qualled and Katftb.hfeed Per
Under the direction oY
m. C. CAMPBELL.
QsTFes TjOMnmoth Bill Boards and Daily Pro,
artis of AdmtaMon to naUary-,.M..y cents.
Parq ette and Dresi O rcle ..50 cental
Door open at 7, to commeacj nt & o'clock. .
HprO 'eft ANHWT, W. WOO I , epTrt.
? ? 1864.
To the Citizen ofClrvelond, O , and Vicinity'
The undersigned wouH respectfully ask attentions
to the preparatlcns known as
UNIVERSAL COUGH REMEDY
For all Throat and Lnnf Complaint.
Htjnjiiwjlu's Toltj A NOD ST,
The treat Nenra'irla, Rheumatic, Headae ho, Tooth
ache, Lose of rler p and general Itai-vooi Uemedy.
A iso lor the pains in Monthly Mens n oat jo-i
a Per.ect aelief.
HUSKKWKf.VS ILKCIRIO PILLS,
The most perfect form of Cathartic eter given to thsr
publie, which nev;r requite nui than two and se..
dum but ou. lor a doss, act wuhout gniplug, and.
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, BHIrsw!es, ,r Ocm
pUints, Plies, worms, ar.J li dr-.g-ments 01
the etemach and Bo-;,....
The above prjraratlpns. of ,nch nnb-undd renu
tationin BewKuglaid b-, tb8 cXyMenc. of, aadT
t?,?iTii'yS.'!'? ..""""'"-ni of Pny.lc.ns. ana price
ilil wT-me-i 1 ''ewoitny theatt-ntion ofinva-I!-
?! them a sirlct ocnlorniity te no
tore in me3 k Jf
wuboqt ,tiDff to I ho common method ot tol
J2I , dTertisiuK. Iw.aldut conndouca totaaV
"fcSU. which wil. besacrt-d.
I. Um I. it 1! ru j KWII.T, PrnnHtflF.
nramicalchemUt, Uoton, itlaai.
Tor sale by wholesale and rc j.il daleis.
the greatest freedom of x'rrt:'ipf,ndence Pclicited.
Sold in -Leweland by Geo. Wxlark. S-rongA Arm
strOQir, Ben on Ur..h-n, Chnrchil Brothers, A. W.
rock, K. W. SckrMler, H. ti, ia)lord.
Xerthflrn Transportation Company,
Is prepared So Transport Persons A Fropert) between
AND ALIi POINTS IM
lev England, New Tori and lie West
With Promptness, Care and Dispatch.
BKt-This Wf.1! Kaotro Lino of TIBS! GLASS
rX'KKW STIC A 51 (CM connects at ts, bursa
Rail P.oal for floton
AMD ALL POINTS IN NEV ENGLAND,
At (Jape Vincent wir'ath.
Sail Scadt BeUaten Cap VrMttu tfnt Ytrk,
And at Oswegr, wlth .
Lini of Fikst Clt.sb Canal Boats
BT V Ban
OSWEGO, TB0T, A LEANT ft NEW YOBKj
rormlng AILT LINE from;
Etaotoa, Wevr V'jrk, 0rieebarh, Ca
YlaM' Jt aad O.eo to
GLXVILASI'j), TOLEDO $ DETROIT
And a TBI-WZEKLT LINB to
Ciicaso. Hfcwym i innrnzmn poxtii
J. MTERi:. No. 9Astor House. New York.
u H BE KF, 74 Pearl streot M
JOUN HOCrUNU., 7 State-St Boston.
GEO. A. l;i)DV Oguensnurth.
CHABI.E1 ALLISON, Oswegr.
A. F. SMITH Cape Vincent.
WALK KB A HAYES..Toledo.
, !t. MATHEWS-
(. J. HALn
S. i. HHWJ..
PELTON ft BREED, Aoeets..
W holesale and Betail Dealer In
Strip Teln Columbiana and CMppewaf
Office on O. A P. B. B. Pier. Aiso. Oltlo and Yard!
ar. auclld street tt. K. (Crossing. Coal of an
Excellent Qauaiity, for
8'fEAM, GA8, GRATES, STOVE3,
Office or House Use. Also
ANTHBACTTK COAL in large or small uuaatltsesv
Order, respecrfollv solicited and prom tlv attm.
-i-i' "" "i.l'hmg kept const,. o yoalu-mfc
0Hg- T-rmi, cash. .
TIES- TIES, SCARFS, SCARFS, '
TIHS, TISH, 8CARPH, BCAEFS,
COLLARS, at SHIRTS,
COLLARS, K0TT & HAIIifiT'li. 8HIRTS.
C0LLARS, 133 UanSr-8t- SHIRTS..
COLLARS, Opp. WeddeU Honse. SHIRTS.
COLLARS, 8HIRT1. .
PURNI8HIN9 BOODS, FTJBSIRrnsa GOODsL
FURNISHING SOOM, FUBSISHTXO GOODS.
FUBMHHINe eoOt'8, FUR-MSHIJiS BQOIM.. . -FURNISHING
SOOJJ3, FURNISHLX9 krOOLsi, ,
pOTTON HOSLEST-OF OUS'
J own Importation. A.-.O. KETTBX-4.