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Z KJU BO.LB,' "TO BUNT," LIWT,"
AtvlS," " FtUKD," " BOABDIHO," "liU-
iu," and other short notices, not exceeding
rave LiKKft. tneertad twtrw la thai column tor
1 .1 rewle. tkm MM 3 eeaie, Mar lime
i I caia l tor ail oer rocs uju, ua nut ex-
. . ."ns aiea-rauiae, double above m
r A N T K D A YOUNG MAN
T? eh --at 1ft mnof age that to aaoodpe mn.
?ood re etn arw reinr-i. Addreai h- A Epp
tr, LrtntB'i B'ock Wo MS. Tnav' im.
IOST OR STOLEN F KOM THR
J New KngWd Hot I on toe night of the lSttb,
o eowa, one dr. red aod the othe a rd and
white. Anvb-riy who will rn uiioratioe o' the
-co1 1 bl)hnllrrf)rtffl may .4.1 SI
C1IHL WANTED To Do Gkw
X ""al RonwrorK Id a smatl family. Good ref
erence rrqilrrd and good wag. paid. Boon ire at
Hfmwii.'r'-trwt. my 13:161
OALE8W0MA.N OR COPYIST
H A young lady4 excellent addrwe end ertmeeie-
rieuee eelewoma,alecoantDt and cpy'St. desires
a M nation -ahereshecan make hrll a ul. AO
drmuralln tLi. UAKblis Xditor of tb h
Ia men dii 13:151
rpHREEGOOD SECOND HAND
JL komwmm ntooi UT MlMt t MrfttB, It
msTis.isi im Ha-erier-Sf.
IITANTKD Babb. bt a touho
t ? Idy, la a private t-relly. Address m. .
Driwtt 40rl, 1 1 Vt-laod Poetoffle mari3:lAi
jj'0R8ALE-A CONFECTIO N K
TT eed Haioon opp-1t th Market Haw -
Jeese vTm irom 1 to 6721
Jtnqaireat u 8 1
'jTflK BEST FAMILY" HOB8E
in f fae dir. fV3bOiMVid one two -eated
crrtage frraaia eteep.
E. M. RKYlb
IX) LFT A L4B0Thbii Ptort
Brick Machine Hhon. 44XU feat. Mo a new
ick buiioiog K let tr- ntXf fret, adiotalDC lime,
. ' m&tivri om.iua iw Hreverr. n-tar toe 00. i
C oamUIn aadilanal trt. (TleTelxDd . O Wntinlro
aar ifcLU No. 8, Atwator Bnlld.Df.
bJT&ATKD FROM TUB PR EM I
1 mm of tbe aMcriber. ft Light Bar Mare; in
hoai ae-ni years o'd, baa a ar of a kick od od
totgb, and the mrk of a btt-ter on tbe riaht bind
ltt 1 OJ 11 ns DQim. ann dm a t?uiu. a j
perac rerarnlc aad animal or ffiTiuf in forma
ttow wiu DeaaitaDiy niwinitn
THAKLK8 H. ORTON.
KajM:lSl 4M KUiumaaaUOleTaUnd.O,
AfOTICB OF REMOVAL Th
11 AiiDe'orrnnntDffham,l!lbawl-,OT 1 .!
Mnol. Knrltnd. fa reox-vrt i to Lfetroit. Mrhimn..
AorconmiinicatioQi addree-d to tbe Dndemgued
fttiMtroil will meat wild prom pi at'ei hd
AUOTiTU 4 T OBNT,
iaT-lM Atwt fr Onpotngbam. Bhaw A 'o.
VV ANTKD IMMKDIATILY tor
f f tbeQartermater'a Departmeot at reD
flile TeDD..3rlaboTra, awi av per monu
rttiaM ami Innrnlora jrATM ft3& ar IDODttl and r
ttoua. To wen capable 01 ttkma: cbarire of a ) rain
ftp Waoamaflrr. tbt will r-pjrt with Twemy
tr-flv men iMt mer monib win re giTn. AHitiaun
with HtiD men a5 eer month. None seed ape'!
bat etl bodied men willing to engage lor ux mouth.
Xranaaortauon rarnitiri. Apply so
1. pH H WOO , amut Of A. Q. M.
mayBa Qnmmercial Honae, UieTe and, .
1 0R8ALE Virt DrsibabliSu
I bnrbas Propertr 60 acres ot land In ft 10 or or )
ftora iota to anit purcbaenrs. ' neae lou are wen to
naiad on ibn ima atiore 1 mflen aat of tbe CUT 11m
Kand areoonnwcted with Ht. laJr afreet by a road
Joar ro-ti wide, o.er wbicb a nbt of way will be o.d
who eacn hk. for lenu appiy at vmeDini
to caaa u. m au-nani aprg'i.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY
town In ohie to sell Imperial Portraits on
Stel o Llent. Urn. Grant and Maior Gen. ueorse K
ioUlellan tnat tvened and Bollins rapidly. Apply
fttoibos AO- 4 amen can building, over Lteaaer or
ftoft. or address by mail with scamp enclosed.
ftarl.130 Clereiand, ublo.
EAD Dr. WELLS' ADVER
TIbIMIMT la aaothor col man. See bbled.
C. & C . C. & P.. AND C. & M
baitroad rractional Ortincateaot Stock want-
1 the highest price paid br
U. A. UE&D UO.. Bnaerlor-tt
F. A. Its! Irnad itock lor asle
li)B. SALE 21 A0RI8 ON Til
I Lake Bhora. Also, about sixteen acres front
tog Oft aoclid and Ce.ar Streets and Qidding's Ave-
gtaa; pom w.icin one nau miie east toe uity liimiig.
AortoriaBar aaruauiaia enquire oi
KftrlO-BS HV Weter-rit.
rl A. READ k CO., Banerrs, 5
Jt (Qpeiior-Bt., pay the highest Premium lor
ld, Stiver and Cansla Honey and take nncnrrebt
money at tow eat rates at oiaoonnt.
i MONEY ADVANCED.
' In snmstoaillt attbeoiastanaaBti
Well known WAGN Bit's LOAM OFFICE, on ftecnri
tsof ayerr Kind. rt : Gold and Nilvar Watches. Dt
ftaiocl, otlvfr Ware. Jewelry, iinn. Platola. Jlolb
luw, Lry Goods, Ptaaos, Molodeona, and all sertonaJ
aropertf and arttcM ot vaine. on tne moat emuirae
iory terms. Bnalneaa strictly arivate. Betablifttied
11. M. B. A Tarlefy of aQTedeemed Wfttohea. JeW'
Wry.Gnna, Ao., tor sale at bargalna.
Tjffloe--orner of W ater and baperior-8ts CTH
rtB A PeUrotto's Clothlhg filore.
for 1-fck.D Auperlor.
IaOB OUT, 0. B Clerelud, Oommsnder,
Will Iraraowr Dock for ntorazon and all Intenne
Alate BorKa, on Moaiari May lfiLh, at 8 o dock r. H
For lnicht or panics apply to
aiSTlS;1 '77 sp Ig ki.tH rcet
FUASIl AND BANNERS.!
(Men promptlj filled. Address
6. W. CEOWELL A OO.,
olfclCl Wl Boporior-SU CleTeland, Ohio.
CUtVCLAND W001.BR BlIXX.
a. Ac K. V. POPS,
npwiBlomdeatA, Manalaetorers aad Dealers ta
aJi kinds of
W I E . O U D .
Ooauatimi f Plni A Fmscr
A rood stock eon.utntly oa hud, adapted to
lis westorn Market.
atarkat pneae paid (or Wool aad Pelts, in Cash
ar MaBQlaciarad tiooda.
Office and Saleoroozns,
MO. WATER 6TBC.ET, CLKVELASD, 0.
a. vr. tiAm.
Liceaned Wtur lina Agent.
CoUeots BosnOes, Pensions, Back Par, Prlss Money
and otluiT War claims.
af-Panonal Attention Is siren tu the nroMontlon
lOtaims In the Departments at Waahlnctoo.
W All persons hartnsCialms should apply In per.
HO, or by letter, at onoa, and they will l
at onoa, and they
'JVE POET ON A TRAIN;
l K cm wf the KaUlrw-i.
Bf tha aatbor of the "Tajr Inea," The Prince of
Wales,' "l be Gbost Hunters," AC
CHAPTEB IX TKB BKAm U.
When I woke up In tbemortilaVf .
Tbe Train wen standing still.
On one side 1 Raw a river.
Un th oth-r a steep hill.
How i wotder, wt.at In thunder,.
bald I, can the matter be?"
Aj I opened wioe the window
And looked oat tnat 1 might see.
Then I beard tbe clank of htnmn.
Saw meft rushing to and fro ;
MAbI" I said, ' here's eume detenUoB,
And to see it I did go,
Bat I did not ha-e to go far
B'r-as'gbt i did behold;
A tlpht 1 ne'er bd m-u before
And made my blood run coid.
Rignt before me on the railroad,
And not twenty rode ahe d,
Waaatreigbt trin emas ed to pieces,
ADd an o d cow lying oead.
a Tell me, please, si r, w hat's tbe matter V
' V ' Bald 1 to a man quite near.
"Matt T" d be. "there is plenty.
We moat stop six boor here."
Then wre h'-gsheads of tobacco.
And dnad hoga ty i n g on the ground.
Boitar, Fionr, coal and Baon
1 In proinsios ecateied 'round.
Ilea were busy mowing ritbbiah,
Borne were busy laying track.
And as I was on ly In their way
To tha can 1 soon went back.
Oh I tbe grumbling and tbe growUng,
That in tbe can I met.
It was laoi nable to b -ar ft,
And I never snail forgi.
Boms were trett mg tor tbetr breakfast,
'thers that they wore not home.
While aome swore that, on that ti broad
Bewar more that way ould eome.
And w e tab to iniona oar num-rons friends and
tbe public that we atlU ofier the largest and best as.
READ T -MADE CLOTHING
) tbe Olty of Clereland . ur stock of Olotaa, Jee
iiimi ia, Veetlngs and Military feeods of ail desert p
tftOM, 1 very large. Oali at
Xao A Isaae! Union Hall,
nines,Btorr s auKTmaton rrammin, ana
strong a iratent Army uea-TrunK.
.(VrD'b'i parlor ant? I'rjjon-eta.
nv vvt "I- f UTIi, fh
TYJ3 CLEVELAND BBKW1BY,
Cuud-Stn ClvelIt O.
Constantly on Band-dor Olty ul xnort Baa,
IX, III, rle, Ajaber aid ton Ale,
forter nd Brow StoiU
isrTarttoalar arUaUou celled to my Stock ot
PBKBIBT USB AHD CBEAM ALU,
aeorcnn and re! f nbte article, of which can always bo
found on band dniina the wannest weather In Horn-
Orders eddreeaad to F. V. STONE, Agest,
will receive prompt attention.
0. A. Ksa4-C. B. UV4 Bonds.
John ATlsler Academy of Moslc.
Atbenenm Moslc Hall-A. Hontpeller.
0. Cotter Boose and Lot at Ancticn.
Atlantic A Great Western Eallway Time Table.
Peltoa A Breed For Chicaio.
K. L Baldwin A Oo-Hew Goods.
A. A 0. Betiberr-Heck Ties.
0. Cotter A eon -At Auction.
Alfred H. Pease Concerts.
Wanted Tonne Han.
Mrs f haw Local Notice.
B. 8. Green Local Kotioe
0. Cutter A Son Local Hotios.
J. B. 8ampon LooU Notion.
Spiritual Ball-Loral Notice.
SECOND satk;al mm
betltrnated Drposltorr and Tlftcal
Agent of tke United State.
National 10-40 Five Per Cent,
By IturtrortloDi from the Secretary of the Tnea.
nry, daiou narcn in. w, inn ianK win reoeiwe btio
scrintions for the Nation al lft-4U rivft m crsirr.
Loah, In coupon bonds or regintered oertflcatea ro
deemed after ten and payable forty years from date
This ifain rwAvri ivit.ti TwnBssT.Mranle snfl'AVWTi'
ai lt on oonpoo and rpn)frrvl bond of ftMXi and orer
and ArrnTAL-T od bonds of the denomlnatloD of 50
and 1 On dollars.
In anbarrlriine aarrltw mar eHhT to MT the ac
srued Iritereet from the "ret of starch to the day of
sabsciiprton In Coin or In Ourrency adding fifty per
cent, premtnm or receire bonds berirg Interest
rrom day of suoeenpnon. Aisoenu allow to
BANKS, BANKERS AND BROKERS.
ADD BUD AGKNTS,
the vnl cmmtsstoft of one eighth of one per cent.
A few ehoioa styles Drai Hata opened
thii morning ftt Mrs. bhaw roomt.
POl IALA AT TH1
CL BTEMND POSTOPFI C.K
B. COWLKS, P. M.
Polios Codat. Little bnsinesR of im.
portanoe was traneted before Jadge Bos
senmneller yesterday morning nothing bat
the asaal rnnof draakg end ditordorlios.
Fiqot bathing ii essential to good
health. Fliedner's bathing rooms, No. 172
Superior street, will be found amply provided
with all conveniences.
AOCIDMT OR THI KlIHll StKIRBaiL-
koiD Yesterday afternoon, about 1 o'clock
driven on the Kinsman street Railroad
whose name we were nnable to learn, was
eanght between two of the ears, as he was
stepping from one to the other, and was se-
rerely injured. The accident happened at
the Ohio street switch.
Diaths or Ohio Soldiias. The follow
log ia a list of the deaths of Ohio soldiers in
the United States Hospital at Nashville, Ten
nessee, taken from the record kept by the
Government Undertaker, for the week end
ins Hay 7th, 1884. The list of soldiers from
this State is very small:
Jaoob Foster, 0, 134th : Samuel Wenner,
E, 102d ; David Kramer, C, th oavalry
Wm. MoOrure, 104 th.
Covat or Commoa Plcas. The May
term of the Court of Common Pleas com
menees Monday, May loth. JBot little
eriminal business beside the trial ef Udecb
and Ebinger for the Pay murder, and of Dr,
Tamil and young Warner for the Flora Jones
abortion, will be transacted. We have not
learned who is to supply the plane of Prose
eating Attorney Palmer, daring his absence
with the 150th Regiment.
A speeial session of the Court will be held
before Judge Bolton this morning, to try the
ease of the City of Cleveland vs. John Hoyt
and James S. Wadsworth.
Tha Cabala aab Gomimo. And not only
eamels but a large earavan of wild beasts
and beastesses. The grand " Metropolitan
Combination," consisting ef Thayer and
Noyes' great United States Circus and Tan
Amburgh'i Hamm thHanager!e,have "hung
their banners on the outward wall" on
several walls, in fact announcing in magni
ficent colored posters that they will exhibit
here, at the corner of Erie and Sumner
streets, on Wednesday and Thursday, Hay
15th and loth. Thayer and Noyes are
champions of the oireus ring, and the fame
TanAmbnrgand his animals is world wide.
Their combination will be invincible among
The Jouabxt or thi 160th. The two
trains eontaioing the boys of the 150th Reg
iment arrived at Wellsville, on Thursday
evening at six o'clock. Owing the delay of
early three hoars in starting, the road was
clear for them, and tbey had to be ran
telegraph to avoid regular passenger an i
freight trains, consuming muoh more time on
way than would have been the case had
train been able to start at the time agreed
At Wellsville there was a stop of about an
hoar for sapper, and the train arrived in
Pittsburgh about half past ten o'clock, where
bountiful supper was spread for them by
Niw Tim Table. Wo publish below
new time table for the arrival and de
parture of trains on all the roads centering
this city. The new arrangement goes in
to effect on Honday :
Atlantic A Great Western 9:M
A O. W , Mahoning Hraach 7:15
olKH. (yleveland a,ne :
Oonneaat and Krle &ooom'n .
Ptttsbnrsk A Wheellna :
Uoinmbns . 6 31
Handoskv. , ,..
A B RIVALS.
Atlantic A Great Western .
A I. Muhonliix Prn-h'th20
bene btaorv, Cleveland A Krle 6
(AHtneaat and Ciie Aooom'n....ii;:10
PHtabnnth A W heelta!....- 6
Detroit boet , 5:0U
AcaCaut or Music. A erowdrd boose
present last night on the occasion ot the
benefit of Miss Denin and Miss Ryan. "The
Felon's Dream, or Jack Sheppard in Franoe"
a rehash of and improvement on the orig
nal "Jack Sheppard" was excellently
performed, Hiss Denin doing herself full jus
tice in the impersonation of the hero. Cudj .'s
Cave, ef which we have already expressed
opinion, was repeated.
This evening the same bill is announced.
Honday evening Mr, J. W. Carroll, one
the most carefsi, correct and snooesefal
Uof :Mr. ElIsIerscmpany takes his
TO DRAFTED MEN.
TO DRAFTED MEN. Meeting of the Board of Enrollment--Days
TO DRAFTED MEN. Meeting of the Board of Enrollment--Days on which Drafted Men are to Report
Rates of the Examination.
The Board of Enrollment for the 18th
District of Ohio will commence the examina
tion of drafted sen and substitutes, onHon
day, Hay loth, and will sit daily after that
date. Substitutes will be examined from
nine to ten A. v., drafted men from ten A.
M. to one r. u , and from two to live r. a.
The following are the days set for the re
porting of drafted men from the several sub
districts. The priie-drawers have already
been notified to report on those days:
Monday, Hay 18th. Franklin, Cuyahoga
Falls, Boston, Copley, Coventry, Hudson,
Hiddleburgh and Northampton,and the first
seven from Norton.
Tuesday, May 17th. The last six from
Norton, those from Portage, Springfield,
Stow, Tallmadge, Bath and Mentor, and the
first ten from Willonghby.
Wednesday, Hay 18th. The last five from
Willonghby, those from Dover and Rock port,
andthe first nineteen from Hiddleburgh.
Thursday, Hay 19th. The last twesty-si
from Hiddleburgh, those from Strongsvill
and Brooklyn, and the first five from Parma.
Friday, Hay 29th. The last seven from
Parma, and these from Royalton and New-
Saturday, Hay 21st, Independence.
Honday, Hay 23d. Breoksville, Warrens-
ville, Bedford, Hayfield, Chagrin Falls and
Tuesday, Hay 24th. East Cleveland.
Wednesday, Hay 25th. First Ward
Cleveland, first fifty-seven.
Thursday, Hay 28th. First Ward, last
Friday, Hay 27th. Second Ward.
Saturday, Hay 28th. Third Ward, first
Honday, May SOth. Third Ward, last sixty
Tuesday, Hay Slst. Fifth Ward, first
Wednesday, Jnne 1st. The last ten ef the
Fifth Ward and the Sixth and Seventh
Thursday, June 2d. Eighth and Ninth
Wards, and the first sixteen of the Fourth
Friday, Jane 3d. The last eighteen of tbe
Tenth Ward and the first forty -four of th
Saturday, Jane 4th. The last twenty of
the Eleventh Ward.
Drafted men from any district, who report
on the day after that for which their district
is set, will not be considered deserters for
not reporting previously, Any who report
before the proper day will be retained
until their eases are reached. Be
ceipts of the Collector of Internal Rev
enne, for $304 commutation, may, however,
be presented at any time, and the holder
need not report after having thus presented
When a dralted man ia called before th
Board he may either,
1 st. Prodnee the receipts of the Collector
of Internal Kevenne lor the $3UU oommata
2d. Present an able-bodied Substitute, ao
mtable to the Board
3d Satisfy the Board that he is exempt by
law, by reason of Physical Disability or other
4th. Ask and receive further time to pro
cure a substitute or pay the commutation
6th. Keceive his uniform, etc . ana remain
at the Kendesvous until transferred to Col
The regulations la reference to exemption
on the ground of alienage, as fixed by order
of the War Department, July 19th, 1883, are
as follows :
Any person olaiming exemption on the
ground of alienage, shall fle before the
Board an affidavit statins: :
1st. That he is an Alien, and setting forth
the Government ot whioh he olaims to be
2d. The time when be came into tne
United States, and where he resided since
Sd. That he has never declared his inten
tion to become a eitiien of the UnitedStatea
and has not exercised the right of suffrage
by votinr at any election in any State.
4th. That he claims to be exempted from
military service on the grounds that he la
the sobjeot of a foreign Uovernment, ana
has not declared his intention to become a
eiti-n of the United States, and has never
voted in anv State.
The affidavit to be supported by any prooi
the party may offer.
Three days grace will be given to every
drafted man, after examination, if he ap
pears thesefor when his name is called frbm
the roll of his district, to pay his commuta
tion money, or, if he gives the proper notice
on the printed form, to procure an acceptable
Drafted men will bring with them the no
tioe served on them by the enrolling officer.
The draft to 111 the places of men who are
exempted will probably commence on the
seventh or eighth of June.
Rial Est atb Taaashai. Tte follow
ing transfers have been entered on the Reo-
ords of this county daring the past week
William Halliday to B. Bartlett 97 acres
land in Strongsville. Consideration
A. B. Stockwell to M. T. Wheeler 25 feet
front on Euclid street near Erie, by 8 rods
iep. Consideration $8,500.
John Singer to Geo. W. Merrill 59 feet 9
nches front on Pearl street by 90 feet deep.
A. Haidekoper to Henry Mueller 30 feet
front on Orange street, extending in depth
Cherry street. Consideration $700.
H. k N. Hammond to Jacob Meyer 88
feet front on Willson street, extending to the
Pittsburgh Railroad track. Consideration
Joseph James to 0. P. Newoomb 25 feet
front on Pearl street by 130 feot deep.
List or Killid aid Wocrdid m Ohio
BieiuinTs at thi Right Battli or thi
Wiloieiesa. From the lists of casualties
tbe battle of the Wilderness, published in
New York papers, we extract the names of
killed and wounded in Ohio regiments.
U needless to say that this is as yet very
imperfect, and indeed contains the names of
nly a small portion of those, even in Ohio
regimenta,who have fallen. AH those whose
names are given below are wounded, unless
marked as killed.
Andrew i. Blake. Emery J. Root.
Sergt. PeLer J. Boater, Stephen Irish,
One Hundred and First Infantry.
Corp. Geo. W. Little, Thoe. W. Vanoe.
One Hundred and Tenth Infantry.
Win. J Rifer, B. Frye,
B. Ullom. W. C. Weaver,
Cornelius bricher, John Whiteman,
A. 8. Kirkland, A. J. Martin,
One Hundred and Twenty-Second Infantry
Lient. Wore, (killed), Lieut. Neahemyer,
Murpny, rf. vooraes.
Burr. 8am. Stradley.
Christ. Philapane, Hugh Queen,
One Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Infantry.
George Weeden, J. A Roberson,
Urew, 1. tiuiinavu,
Ted row, J. H. Longbottoas,
Bhepter, 4. Jtterty,
. Siztk Onaby.
Movinsirrs oi tbs Natioial Qoaed:
The 184th Regiment, National Quard.now in
Camp Cleveland, have been ordered to Wash
ington, and will leave this morning via the
Three other regiments of the Guard, now
In camp, will leave for the same destination
as soon as transportation can be provided.
The 137th and 138th N. O , from Cincinna
ti, the fiist under Colonel L. A. Harris, the
149th, from Ross and Clinton Counties, Col
onel S. A. Brown J the 145th, frm Erie and
Delaware counties, Colonel Ash will; the
183d, from Richland County, Colonel H.
Miller, and the 147th, numbering in all over
6,000 men, are also on their road to Wash
ington. Six trains, loaded with National
Guards for Washington, arrived at Pitta
burgh, via Bellaire and Wellsville, and two
trains via the Fort Wayne road, on Thurs
The 145th, Colonel H. H. Sage, from Cir
eleville and Toungstown, and the 148th,
Colonel Harvey Crampton,from Clarke, Law
rence and Warren counties, are under march
ing orders for Charleston, Virginia. The
152d, Col. Stough, from Clark and Clermont
counties, will be sent to Harper's Ferry. The
152d, Colonel David Putnam, from Darke and
Clarke counties, and the 154th, Colonel Ste
venson, from Greene and Madison, go to
New Creek, West Virginia.
There are now at Camp Cleveland about
3,000 of the National Guard, at Camp Chase
about 6,000, at Camp Dennison 5,378,
Johnsons Island, about 2,000, en route for
the field over 10,000, making about 25,000
in camp or in the field, besides many await
ing orders at their homes.
A Ltttli CoariDUoi Gami. A corres
pondent from Portage oounty sends ns the
following letter. It may serve
a warning to others who receive simi
iar letters, and we know several who
have done so within a few weeks. It is no
ticeable that though the letter is dated at Tat
tle's Corner's New Jersey, it is post-marked
Peterson, a place where the mailing of
large number of similar epistles would be
less likely to excite attention than at the
smaller place. The thing is a very transpa
rent swindle. It may go down in " Jersey,1
but will not deoeive Western Reserve Buck
Tuttli's Coiiibs, Sussex Cooett,
New Jeibet, February 25, 1884.
W. J. Diekineon, Randolph, Ohio, SlE :
1 have a package direoted to your addres
whioh I will forward free of cost on receipt
ol so cents in stamps and a three cent stare p
lor tnis notice. i ours,
J. H TUTTLE
" Couett Ueioe Coeveetioe. The Coon'
ty Union Convention for the purpose
nominating delegates to the State Union
Convention, which meets at Columbus on
May 25th, to choose delegates to tbe Nation
al Un on Convention at Baltimore, Jnne 7th
will be held at National Hall this morning.
Delegates to it were chosen in the various
Wards and Townships on Thursday evening
We have reoeived the following lists of dele.
gates elected, in addition to those published
.Foubth Whd.-I. H. Marshall, R. D. No
ble, D. A. Dangler, Charles Brad barn, J. H
Harwood, L. Smith knight.
niTB Waed w. B. Castle, it. B.Dennis
A. S. Palmer, S. N. Nelson, Horace Town
send, Nelson Purdy.
JSast Ulevilaxd. Colonel Charles Whit
tlesy, Mr. Coit, A. C Mollrath, D. Adams
John Maker, M. M. Spangler.
Gaaed Coeokat On Wednesday sod
Thursday evenings, May 25th and 28th,
Mr. Alfred H. Pease, formerly of Cleveland,
and more recently of New York oity, ac
knowledged to be one of the finest pianists
the country, will give at Brainard's Hall
two grand vooal and instrumental eoncertt
He will be assisted by Miss Laura Harris,
the young but celebrated tirtssa donna of tbe
New York Academy, Mr. W. Lotti, the fa
vorlte tenor, and Herr Mollenhauer, tbe
well known violinist, all from the Aeademy
Music, New York. We are sure that our
citiieos will recognise the superior merit of
oar former townsman, and of the celebrated
artists who aocompany him, by giving them
Chicago aid Rock Islaeo Railwat.
The increased earnings of the Chicago and
Book Island Railroad for April were $63,000
over last year, being about one per cent, on
capital for one month only. This in
crease is over ten per cent, per annum on the
entire capital of the road, and the stockhold
ers, in view of the prospeotive value of their
property, are expecting a much larger divi
dend, as the road, under its present manage-
ment, has become one of the most prosperous
Eaeeieos. The Michigan Central Rail
read earned in April, 1863, $238,495 ; same
time in 1864, $338,275 ; increase, $9,730.
The Miohigan Southern Railroad earned in
April, 1863, $267,693 ; same time ia 1854,
$327,208 ; increase, $59,411.
The Cleveland and Pittsburgh Road earn
in April, 1863, $140,052 ; same time in
1884, $183,918 ; increase, $52,967.
We learn that the McGregor Western
Railway Company are vigorously pushing the
work on the extension of their line to Austin
They have secured the whole eighty miles
favorable terms, and intend to have it
completed this year.
S. X. Ceeteal Kaileoao-Chaese or
Tiki. On and after Monday, 16th inst,
passenger trains on the New York
Central Railroad will leave Buffalo as fol
lows : 6:00 A. M. New York Express :
00 A. M. Steamboat Express ; 3:00 P. H.
Mail Train ; 6:45 Cleveland Express ; 10:25
H. Cincinnati Express: Trains will ar
in Buffalo, as follows : 6 A. M J 11 A.
S P. H. and 10:15 P. H.
MARINE MATTERS-FROM LAKE SUPERIOR.
MARINE MATTERS-FROM LAKE SUPERIOR. Arrival of the Dubugue--Navigation Fairty.
MARINE MATTERS-FROM LAKE SUPERIOR. Arrival of the Dubugue--Navigation Fairty. Opened--The Steamers of the Line Heard.
[From the Detroit Tribune.]
The steamer Dubuque, Captain Pelky, ar
to-day from Portage Lake and Mar
quette. She left here November 28th, 1863,
wintered at Portage Lake. We learn
her offioers that she started from Portage
last Thursday morning, reached Mar
quette Friday night, and entered the barber
Saturday morning. She eame oat Sanday
morning, as the Cleveland and Mineral Rock
going in. The Northern Light, Planet,
Iron City all came into Marqaette Sat
urday night about midnight, and left early
the morning for Portage Lake. Met the
Traveler between the Saute and Whitefish
and the Meteor at the Saute The tug
Prindirille was seen above Whitefish Point,
avmg in tow the dredge reoently purohased
opera'e In Ontonagon harbor.
The Dubuque reports having experienced
detention or inoonvenienoe on account of
and navigation may therefore be consid-
fully opened. She found about half a mile
loose ioe outside of Portage Lake, and
scattering ice all the way down from White-
Point, but it was all broken up.
ine Dubuque orougnt down a cargo or
eopper and iron, and will probably leave
for Lake Superior on Thursday or Friday.
Hay 13th. ALrnlDWHIKLKBOA&LIT, aged
years. monioa. .
Tbe friends el tha family are Inrltei te attend the
funeral irom tbe residence of his lather. Taos. H.
Oakley, xl Kinsman street, oa Bandar afternoon
Ten-Fcty Government Loaa.
CBTITKD STATES DKPOS1TOBY.
THI FIRST HATI05AL 2AVX,
designated a permanent Depository of tbe Govern
ment, Is prepared to receire inscriptions to the
Tea-Kerty Qaveraaneat Leaa.
now ready for delivery
Depository for U. 8. Officers, Paymasters and
Quartermasters. mar 30-162.
E. S. HALE, Banker,
8. BONDS, GOLD, BILVEB, U.
COUPONS and CANADA MONET
Bought and sold at beet rates
And Collections made at nil aooessible
teaFUnoamnt Fonda oonverted At Low-
Reveim Stamp for Sale.
A good Bosjewood Piano Forte, Piano
Stool and Cover, at auction, on Saturday
May 14tb, at the Auction Room of 0. Cutter
at Son. Will be sold at 12 o clock precisely.
It will be observed, according to notice
given by the Juiiciary Committee, that
meeting would be held at Metropolitan, on
Tuesday last. The meeting was held, but
owing to the inclemency ef the weather,
there was rather a small attendance : con
sequently the meeting adjourned to meet
attain on Monday evening, May loth, to ob
serve the cruelty perpetrated on our eolered
soldiers at Fort Pillow. Good speakers will
oe in attendance. J . a. bamfsoe,
Nice Book Cases, Hat Racks, Lounges,
Arm Chairs, Spring Beds, Gilt Frame Mir
rors, Brussels Carpets, Beds, Pillow, and
variety of other furniture, together with 30
volumes Hunt's Merchant's Madeline, will be
sold at the auotion room of O. Cutter A Sen
this day (Saturday). Sale commences at 10
o'clock a. at. may!4 150
8pimiT0AL Hall, 184 Surmon Steeit,
Up Staies. Mrs. Barao M. Thompson, in
spiratlonal speaker, will leoture before the
Npiritnal Association of this city on Sunday
(to-morrow) at halt past 10 a. nr., and 7 r.
t. Heats free. mayl4:150.
To thi CoHQniBiHO Heeo. Splendid
large new steel plate portraits of General
Grant. Canvassing agents wanted through
cut the State. Specimens sent by mail on
receipt of retail prices, one dollar. Address
B. 8. Green, Room 11 American Building,
Cleveland, Ohio. mayl4:151
Bay yonr Boots and Shoes at the great
Bankrupt Sale, 108 Superior street. 47
cases last received. The assortment is oom
plete. They mustbs closed out within ten
days. mayll 150
8tbatid. On Wednesday, the 4th insL
a large sise red cow, short horns, and end of
tail broken. A liberal reward will be given
to any one giving information of her where
abouts. J. ATAKKhjiiij,
mayl3:150. 61 California Street.
Notice. The undersigned is authorised
to famish free transportation for rejected
men of tbe National Guards. Any member
of the National Guards who are rejected for
physical disability can procure free trans
portation to their homes by producing the
Kxamini certinoatetbat be is
g burgeons ex
empt from the service. Claek Waeeee.
may 9: 150 State Agent at Depot Office.
Wasted. A Substitute for three, years
ervice. Call at 145 Superior street,
Foe Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Fix
turesgo to McGarvey's, opposite the Postof-
noe, agent lor tne celebrated lava tip gas
Diktibtet. Dr. B. F. Robinson, office
No. 60 Wood street. All kinds of surgioal
and meohanical dentistry, done in the best
manner and at a low price.
re - a T
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
The Board of Hwelth reanire me to
Bbiicti. en'orce tbe following ordinance, therefore.
all abo winb to avoid lie puualties matt not violate
its provisions. A. Jtt. nAi.3M.,Liii.
An Ordinance to emend an ordinance entitled An
or itn&nce to regulate streets," passed January lOih,
Be it ordained by tbe City Council of tbe city of
leveiand. lhat the nrsi sec-ion of an ord nance
ptsst-d Jaunary 10th, 1&36, entitled "An ordljance
to regulate htreeie," be so amended aa to read as
lloos: No parson shail throw or deposit, or permit
to De tnrown or oea si tea. any aitu ptner. nun.
aweepingaof my a tote, bonse, snoa or othoe, or any
anbes. shavings, tiithy water, offal, straw, wood.
SK'ni earth, man are, re ruse matter or rnbbish of
any kind whatver into any strest. laue. alley
public gtound. or pltvces used aa a street, lane), alley
or public ground. 1te person or persons having
possession or control or tbe premises rcm which
any A the nforetiaiu articles sba'l be cr may have
been thrown or deposited in aiy street, laue, alley
nablic giound. or elace usbd as such aa aiorsid.
shall remove 'be s-m therevrom within twenty -four
t.nraartr receiwn knowledge tboreor.
1'oiMsed June A, 1. U. MAtiTEfiW,
President of the council.
J. R B . bbbtt. City Clara. may 10:151
WTIGS AND HA IB WOSK.
Wm. Day's New i-'stabliahment,
The Lstreet la the State,
FOR WIS MAKING AND UDIES' HlR DRESSING
;46 PUBLIC SUUAiLKj
Hanmactnrarof all kinds of WIGS, tnoludiu the
i l l v s i o y w i a.
that so resemblea Nature as to defy tbe closest scroti-
ty. A very large and beautiful stock oi isOJNUUAJJl
brought by the proprietor from Europe,)
FOR SWITCHES AND BRAIDS.
The finest assortment ever seen in this Oity,
Utiles Front Pieces and Half Wigi,
In every style with all improvements.
SETS OF (JTJRLS. made from French Natural
Curled Hair, (guaranteed.)
Jhyeiu Double Triple Bow. Waterfall, je.
Bade by the advertlsnr, equal to those imported.
Ladies Braids made into anv kind of Head Dress ar
Bow withont injury to Hwitch.
.AD IBM HA IK DKRHHINQ bl tha most
prevailing and labhionabie styles.
"v aii won warranted as represented
T "irri l '!. ! H MMH at -Jl hnnrt -fevm
Mod A R V 8 Y,
Plumber, Gas & fcteam Fitter.
ri BaBarfar-rtu. aae. Pact OOfea,
. CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Qai fixture, lead and iron Pipe, Font ami
Lift tump, Bath Tubt, Water CloteU,
Copper Boiler, Sink, te-r t-
ur r1.- "Mm tbe nn'mtrr rr?tl? attended ta.
ARMY CLOTHING I
Just receive I a large assortment of
ARMY PANTS, Sky Bine,
Rubber Blankets & Coats,
Suitable for Officers an i Men.
OUSTACHK CUP AND AU-
A. AO. KETfBEHU.
f.AUZB VEILS, LACK VERs,
f a 'un ime s.au. Hnii t aw
PRIME 8UGAK8 op xl Quali-
ttesat tllflaAXI B, Dsucuast.
ARPICKLKS Mixid & Plain,
al HlNM.N'tt A Erelld attMt.
pr I 149
I RKSSED GINGER & OLIVES
at HlNatAB'8,S loci id street.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
KOBNIHQ LEADER OFFICE,
Pal oat Eras no. Hay 13. 1AM.
OaM OoU la Wall street to-day was ooasiderably
excited under the very favorable Intelligence from
the seat of war, and snnVred a decllre, thonih not to
the extent expected. The news, however, needed
confirmation and this being f.irr.lsnrd by to-night'
dispatches, with additional important facts, we pre
dict a large decline tc-morrow. Tbe .closing price
was 173 Use ken ber. eooght at a wide ranee, open
ing at IV and closing at 66 per oDt. aremiam.
Silver-Unsettled and nominal.
Mumnr The loan eurset hss bt en generally eu!et
to-oay. A pretty heavy demand from the railroad
interests neon several banks within a day or two has
ssnsiby shortened the supply of greenbacks and na
tional funds. The supply of currency, however.
Quite equal to any demands like y to be made at
present. The range of rates Is 6H7)i per cent.
Exebawcw-Qiiet and assy at par on New Torkfo
Government, National and Ohio funds ; Eastern and
Pittsburgh per oent discount.
GtTnnit Bwnda There is considerable bt'
qniry for Government Bocda, and lbe market
tending upward. We qojte present rata as follows
. . Bnytac. 0eUlng,
5-atrs, Hay coupons , i.ac j,
f-W , apni BI1U iinntistr. rlr im H
7-JU's, February and AOaroiit.HM.liJ9 LIS
N. Y. MONEY MARKET-May 13.
ff T Easy and in large supply at te7 per cent.
MtorllM KioiuiBgs-Dad and lover. 19(1 lor
iim Id Irregular, nr settled and lower. Opening at
ua, uciiiiag to ifiii, ana cosing ueavy Ht 173
tJwTftrasnaat Pttepeka Firm, with an n award
lendrncy FiTe-Tweolies. ooupoua, HeAliAM deven-
uiiruea, vctooer ana Apni, 11 lis.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET-May 13.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET-May 13. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Mi-ean'i7lt fscific Mail OO, New York Central
ivi, rn iw a preir-rrea iut). cinason l3ft. Mar
Inn 770. Heading Michigan Oentrtl 13eM
Michigan Houthern 93t. Illinois Central 1 JH.Oaie
na aoa vnicsgo !.. leve-and and fitubnrgh Q?
Clfveiam and Totestio 14fiH. Hock tmitxad lint f'hisaaaTi
and Northwestern MX, ifort Wayne 109)4. Alton and
Arrv BMW at
MORNING LEADER OFFICE.
FRIDAY EVENING May 12 1864.
ReeeltaTne following are the receipts of grain
by rail and canal during the M hours ending at half
past nine o'clock this morning.
Wheat Corn Oats Bye Bar'er
pns. Dos. DOS. Dus. Doa
OITB ft 3j
There was a better feeling noticeable on the mar
set to-day, the news from the seat of war being of
uch a character as to establ'sh almost beyond
doubt theeaTlyand overwhelming success ol General
Orant's movements, having a tendency to re.enteb
Itsh confidence and clear off the donbts which the
undecided nature of the struggle hsd generated
Tbe market, however, did not rasas e its wonted ac
tivity, and theegh eonslcerable sales ef wheat are
reported, the guotati-ne are not a fair index of tbe
market for round lots free on board, which would
not command orer 01,45. Flour continues to sell
only to the local trade, hnt prices are firm. Corn
and oats are quiet, but firm. Other era!ns neglect
ed. Provlsi: ns ars quite active, and the market is
steady at quotations. High wines aie unsettled and
withont inquire. Botter and Eggs are In good di
maud at a notation..
Ws givs sales and quotations for to-day as follows
Flear Steady. Good to eholea double eitra red
S7 0087 JO; fancy brands do S7,S207,7S. 1 here were
To Pan sirs ,.!, 1H bbls
Wheat Firmer. Sales of 4 cars choice red ra
track (S on Vhsnge) at Sl.v ; 1 car white on track
(oa 'Change) at SI 70; 13.0MI boshels No 1 milweokre
eluh to arrive at si, 15. Bed free onboard held at
Cera-Quletattl.ls on track for shelled.
(Pate In fair request and steady, sales of S care
on track at no Held at 80c Irom store.
Rye firm at S1.4S from store.
Barley-Quoted at S1,X3AIA5 for good to prime oa
Park Moderately active at (29,00 lor city
Imrn Firm at 14c for dry rendered in tierces.
Sale, to-day of 15 bbli Morehouse at KXc
Hsnataed Jrleata ttteady at the following quota
tion ; canvassed hams Lto ; sagar-eured do, nncan
vassed.lsc ; plain do 17o; shoulders 13c ; clear bacon
Uo ; dried bee' ISO. Bales of 1,000 he shoulders and
3,001 as clear bacon at Ifo.
Ratter Bales 7 kegs prime Western Reserve at TTe
Esse ealee of 10 bbls at 17c
Caoooe Hew la modal ate demand at 10312XC Me
old in market.
HICBWlaee-Held at SI. IS, without sales, and we
bear of noorers.
Aleeael-Iiower. Held at S1.SS93,88 for per
cent. Neutral Proof Spirits 115.
Seode-Dull at S3,1IS,B for Timothy.'and S7.75
HaJt Firm. Fine SI, 30, coarse and ground
Dried Aaelee Firm and selling at too.
Dried Peaushaa The demand la fair, with
limited eupply, at trauaa for peeled and 1M1 for
Peuuaee In fair demand at l,12Sj for Reshan-
nocks, and v0eUl,10 tor Peach blows, acoordlng
Petreleaaa-Qniet and somswhat unsettled. Be-
llned quoted at eSatUs.
Talleer-Selling at IO.Sc
Plaatar In fair demand at SIS per ton for land.
S3, per barrel lor Dentist," and 03,25 per bar.
re! for common calcined.
Klsh-Iu good demand and firm at the follow
fngqnotatieoa: White Fish, halt barrels. SViO
Pickerel. half barrels, SsJO; Trout, half barrels:
.50; Herrrng avso per half barrel.
Hill Peed In good request snd firm at SaVona
35,01. Oats and corn ground togsther S42,oava4&,oe at
Oils We qoou as follows
Linseed SI 5701
Whale, W B..SI
Elephant, W B 1
Uarljon , , , 3ct 66
ljard. 1 lia
Sperm. Ws 3
. 1 TJa
a traits 1 tu
Ale aad Porter Steady at following quotations
Present ass XX Ale HUM; stock XXX,ete,tnSU,-
t; Aennett 013,00; Pale Cream 011,00; Porter S1L
IN alt-Steady at Sl,o per bushel.
Heps-Bangs at IseUSc, aooording to quality.
CHICAGO MARKET-MAY 13.
CHICAGO MARKET-MAY 13. [Special to the Cleveland Leader.]
Plear Dull and nominal.
Wheat a3c lower. Sales at SI.3na1.M for No 1.
17.1.23 for No 3, closing panicky.
vera uosettieo. sales AO l at Si.uzsls, and Mo
at ei.Ol :.
l Sc lower. Sales No 1 at S7XafSHs.
Rre Firm at SI 35 for Mo. 3.
K.rlev-lield at .1,35
W el.kv-lolower. Bales at t,llal,15X.
Prevteinae Mes. Pork tZJM.
Beat aula Steady. Bile, at as.sOaajS.
!.! H.sre Duil. sales st Se.ata7 35.
trelahta ec tor whest. 7o for corn, and AUn frw
NEW YORK MARKET-May 13.
NEW YORK MARKET-May 13. [BY TELEGRAPH]
Plaap Stste and Western less active aad AaIAa
lower. Hales at ee.S5a,.ie to- extra Htate; S7.a
7,40 tor extra r nnd boo, Ohio; S7.45aS,,A 'or trade
brand, tbe market ekMlsg doll.
Wbl.tiv Hear aad lower. ..! tne Rtet. -
We. rrn 1.34. 1 .5
Wheat la2c lower, and lees active. Sales at !,-HI,-4
lor (Jhlc.go sprin. ; SI e3a',S5 lor amber
Michigan; SI 55.1,59 for Milwaukee olab.
.r. & snade nrm-r. nixed Western 11,12.1.-
M. the l.tter tor la erlor afloat.
Oate More aotlve and firmer. Western fUU 90c. for
cash, and 91 o fo- Oovernment oertiOc.tee.
Petraleaai Firm. Crude S7ia3Ht4H5. la Phila
delphia aa'e, of 3.14k) bbls rebned in bond 57SaSesc.
w vmet ana an nangea.
Perk IjqIi and lower l,A.fwnMi:rK Hfrr
do; S27,s742M2tornewdo;Mi01a34 37krol'1
new p ime ; S27.25ak7.50 for prime mtss
I'ai bleats-inactive a) ujaello for shoulders;
I.ard Don, hear and lower. Selling at IBS. 14c.
Batter OblO 35a3.c: Stale 32a3efl. th. anuld.
prloes M ohoioe firk . a. .
NEW YORK MARKET-May 13. [BY TELEGRAPH] OSWEGO MARKET-May 13.
near In good demand and unchanged.
W heat ht.aao Sarina 1 X7k: ni Hi. re I. a
4 ers-iB good eeaiand.
rels:hte UunchansW. Wheat and aeas to Mew
Loute 1 SB ports Unimportant.
Rose & Prentice' Provision Market Report.
Haans oav-enred peemlnm hams it I
I .'itmI hama ml A.
pieeald. re Sngar-cnred a...
seas-Or Smok d bides
,ard-Pi Ime lief kettle render'd In bole B.
rnm leoi aetiie ranaer a in imi s e
Perk No 1 mess V hKt
extra clear el "K. a.u.j
nW No extra cbarne ajiaJe tor srsaees orcanaee
rallrod des- ts or boats. All article, are warrant
strictly prime, and equal to anything in the State.
Orders promptly filled. Oar sngar-cured flams aod
kettle-rendeied Lard look the ftr.t ntemtom at the
ROSE & PRENTISS.
OLIVER P. HANKS,
rrossssionai riene rone xnner.
orders left at the Maalo Store of S.
lnard A Oe. Zht Superior street, will be aroatatlv
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Btmr Mornleg Star, Yiger. TVtroit.
Prcpote- a. Driscoll, Liunkirk.
Prop PoTt-montb, Travtne, Puffelo.
PropGeoe-eeei-'hfef. Willard. bungalow
Prop Eockft, Gay lord, uQalo.
Prop Atlantic. Pratt. Buffalo.
Proa Canlnteo. Biackman. Dnnklrk.
Brig Irnqo is, Becker, Detroit, 17$ M lumber, 30 M
ttchr Gleoavon. Sptm'e, fVlborn.
Schr Ottawa, Jhalmen. Oawegn
rchr 8'crameoto, Johnson, Boffalo
Vchr Tartar, Pos Usw-go.
HcnrO-n Hlgei. Keller. Oswego.
8cbr i aeon Parket, Bom man, Toledo, .Wo bushels
Schr Kvelln Bates, Warrington Otwtfi.
fchr Black biw.. Beats. Buffalo.
Scow Oranville. (lono v. Black river.
Scow Uocle t-am, bime. Port Huron. 4f If lumber.
Aus a. a auarun, uook, ifuoaio.
atmrMornlnff ter Vtg-r. Detroit.
Prop Portamodtb, Travtrae, tSandaaky.
Prr-pOenfMeCbM. WMIard, Saginaw.
frop a-ocket. (lay lord. Green B .y.
Prop Tioga, Waterbory. Dnnkitk, HU bbls floor.
Prop rmreo. Bla kmn, lollo
Bark Orphan B07, Moms n, Chicago. 43' tons col.
Bcnr ueraidine, v ummmg t nicag, 3x1 ions cottl.
Hchr rtabama, Becker. Cnieego. ,un teas coal.
hr Jgbson Parker. Beniman, Toledo,
ttchr Ocmelr, Powers, Bnffaio, V4t tons coal.
fSchr KmePne. Oampb4!! Grat-d Hvin, 230 tons coal
Tug a a Mrtio, lott, Bault ate Jklary.
O. A. UIP,
. w. woonwoftTtt.
w.u. a BAD.
C. A. READ & CO.
BANKERS, - - 95 Stjpiriob St
Receive subecTiDtfona to lbe V. S 10-49 BOHD8,
Interest to commenre on dav of receipt cf rbcrlption
w epay in nignosi premium 10ruuL.11, aiiv ars,
HAMAUA MUNltY. and Ooupea interMt on C. H
B mda. A Iso bar and sell all Kinds of IL 8. Bonds
Uncn rent money taken at lowest rate of dt sonant.
irenae 1 tamps tor sate
Ws also bny and sell on Commission,
AH Kinds of Etocks and Bonds,
At the New Tork Stock rxebange,
C- A. BK4fJt VO
9s mij -'inr trei
. riv and. il.
ACADEMY OK MUSIC I
BAj.K-bT., MatXT TO AMillKft ilOCSA.
JOHN KLU1 LF.lt m
O. BU&JH .
M. Manager and Pmprintor
Pairxp or Anrnwiow Boxes and Parquette, 50 cis.:
Family Circle, "AA cU ; Gallery, 15 eta Sickle
SAtd in Private lkixtw. 7 cts. in lire ttox. .
13 and 9"k beau secured during the day, AJ cu.
Farewell Night of
M 1 8 8
On which occasion a power ul hit of attraction is
osered, cvnsisllog ot
TWO ORBAT PIECBS.
BATDHDAT Ctsnlng. May 14th. will be presented
the tew a rams ca.iea tne
Or, Jack otieppard in Franca,
Jack bene -rd, (the bonaebreaker) Mfas Ka D nfn
Jt-s Bioekln... ...M ..- Mr. ram hjaa
Jonathan wild , , .Mr. J w.i;arroii
i TH,ae. , w f OoMn Mwrt
bally aharp , ,Mra. J. UicKon
To oonclude with
Dau C roll .. -
-Mine Bare Denin.
..ftlr bam ayan,
Plonday Evening, Benefit of Mr. 3. W.
Snpefior St., opposite Bank st.
T.J H I f S Y
Proprietor an-1 Man-fer
Immeuse Iicl'e ment S
The Model Company of tbs World I
The Model Company of the World I
MlsS tarah uvil
l a Belle Valarde
Hg- 7rU Peters,
OKEBM MAN OP AGAR
First night of the new be'let.
By das Peters, L Be'le Tel.rde, Kittle Bhimer end
tne oo peci neaniy.
ar The next famllv matinee will take place Sat.
arda.the 14tb Inst.
4dm(iwtoi J rts tlrrh.tra chal.. V ct.
The nnders irnfd successors to the late W W. Cns
tead be to inform the public that they have on
LAHQESr AND FINEST STOCKS
Fruit & Ornamenlal Trees,
Iyer offered la Olevelard. We would call especial
ait.ntton to our
Dwmf Ptar, Standard Cherry aud Stand-
ar Apple Tree.
and fltterorselTesth-y cannot be exrjeMtd either
inataiitr or townees of price,. cal! n r'-Dectfuilv
solcired. CUTKAl BtioTH KK8.
p w ouniAD. H. T. CUBTKAO.
H0W22 A HIGBE S
Have now their r
Bep'eta with every novity that
JUDGMENT, 13KILL AND TA8TS
can yield, in eeaecn.
Tbe demand 'or
Good Material, Work and Style,
ears est ly endeavor o meet; In pursuance of
which they have now engaged the rvic s of
Mr. GEORGE H. BOB ART,
gentleman of long exuertenee in the oondnet of
clog making In lfcat rn h nsea and immediately
irom tneifioaK AMpariment i
4. T. Mewart & f o
few Tork. Mr Robert ts nowhere and ready to
receire ana execute orders wnn anility and desoatcn
239 Brjparirtr tret
I L I OIL! OIL!
ALEXANDER, &C0FI2LD ft
&C FIBERS Or
Kxtra Petroleum Oil, Beniole ino
We pay nartltru Iar attention to pftekagea tbereb
saving onr cantomera moch loss by Uakage. w e
tiara a tee our on to give perfect satisfaction and
good as any mde in tne city. Also, we pay par.
ucuiaratteatioo to patting ap or
NAPTHA OR BENZOLE,
suitable for Varnish Mannfacturera' and Fain tan
e. n hand and tor sale
bbls extra reflned retrolaam Ofl,
vwt DDIs ueoaenivta densoh) u-4ual to Turpentlae),
ltbb!sNo. I, LQbncatlnt.ll.
which we sell at lowest market prices.
urrica His at. uiaix steel, formally occupied by
J. 800 fi .ld A Co.
JOHK ALaXAHl -It, 1 UTiETELA T fi. O.
. o. soori ILI, I
m W WTt serial I tepiHt
KON JNAILS WABJfiHOUSJ!
Hoe. SI, M, So and 57 Blver-St., and 9S, M, n aat
03 tae Lrocs., uieveiana, vnio.
W. F. Oarev A Co.,
Wbojeaaie Agency for the sale of Hhoenbeiirar'i i-
Aim nans, inmoctBd onarooal Mbeet iron, jnr n
a Boiler Plate. Haring Flow and Bli-ter Bteel. rittsfl
low VV.ngs. Uar fron.Oroton WiudowSlae-i, tid
tonea. Wm.O. harr'i iflhrated r're Prooi tfat
pRYSTALINE GLOS3 for thi
unvauai. etarcn prepared wnn tois ar.
Smooth S Drive and Lustre
Hnen Rninntiutsvl. txnti areventa tbe Iron from
dherlng. Hold every wh-re, Preparer, by
. A. tr A hi SO a U a D1.U.,
wrlft-lfl ' telaff.
pLEVELANO BAZAAR At
J tbe Bazaar can be found new tiie Hoop Skirts,
Ladies' Corset bkirt Hepporten, Embroidered 8e
''ollarn, new anaortment Hoalery and Glovee,
kind of buttons. Traveling Bags and BaskeiH,
VV'nrkatands. A large assortment of Fans, Ivory
and Ear t Inga, a large lot of H air Br a be and
ixiinb, Hand Mirrura. Toys of a) fcli.da, G;ga, Per
ambulaton. Hoc king Honrs, and ail artlclee needed
any per -ton. badtea, piease call an't look at oar
goods. Ao. 361, aMSer Superior aid Pnblic S-joare.
GIFT BOOK STORE
SEND FUR A (" i a f.OOUE.
All Books f oiti a . i ,fr'5fcer Prices
aW0elalrn-4 &lali.! - i-y addrxi. . i
tiny yonr Photus-nin--. , 1. 1 i- - th S'etripoAitanw j
BeuJ fcr v L-or ptic Catalogue.
Ii'sy yenr Libit MetrnpoUtan,
SHXU i?0a A CAr.il.UGCE. ...y
Bay yonr Praye?s th Metropo3)U
SEND FOil CATALOGUE. - I
9Tr i'end the jjony or any prlre a'nm you may"
rantftnd I wilt aoit yon to o t In thefitate tor kaM
price and a haodeosae sl:t with each.
A GIFT WORTH FROM 60 CX3 TO $!0Cr
vs vu ch rooii. ' '
SEND FOB A CATALOGITE. - "J
T Ail ooaununfearions shoeid be ad -n isai d ta
l. LIMfaus.rl. !Si
DK, W. VV E L LS
Member of the Royal Co.'e of Physirifuu
tune 111, "npnsr--i livrlsal, Oblw,
H in tan bpp tr t; -
an 'ii-9 no areni:c-
ted witn suoacbute or
eitn sutjacbute or t .--t,i'-J
mc diseases. t:s -5 ?.f, . I
tment is entirefr ' 1 - 7 ;. ' Zf I
rent irom the ok! ".- . I
di Hereof t
piail, brid in mild prtl- ,
car-ion. anrt erloctlve.
t-'ases ot Nervooe aod
General LMbuttr, Ne.i
Fun. Tbruet Llnense,
lry.pep,. Liver Colo
bemiual V eaneea, Loes
Ol dlemorr. nocturne.
Hmiiun., Secondar? ymp'-onie, S-Inti rx.Ml.
aniptluaj. Ulcra:.l rk.ro Less, atnctin-e?
Ii.-e.3 o. t..e Uladdur and b.: u..v3 cinctnres,
nX?&ZU la'dt'1- alaeof Wo.
ew and reliable treatraect or all '
DISEASES OPTRSESg AND E R.
Fatlents ot either e-x iiT - ., . dinar e h.
tating tuelr dinee ,3 rv.n e'vVn- A Se
symptoms, can b-a,,, ml.. in,, wit!, d ,," nonsor
irmetJ fcac,u"'ve.r Veeretable)
Dootor Wells' Electro Chetnie! Baths, for
the Cure of all Cbrocie Dijcasos Bad
ST .-rrtoaiorra caa a" eOecweJ:. enre4 tr
tow tr-b. iiinl.
g'I'iing tioan rrTo 4 A. y . to sP. P.O.
rei , S:?""?; w," th.r cc-jiain a
4 IX a a c . -
root f bayertwc-: ,. Uevland, O.
a A ". t foe the I , m . - . . . i n.
Ohio Canal and cae .1. rtn.m Tra jepoiWtio. Co.
ATFrceer;? s-ca:a:i v.,t-.... . w vfc.
t'n. and aii points Kas: or as', wi: iii-a'ce u
rfli.ATCiii:R 5 AitD Sil, SUtVl?
iL A IAi
4'ilr1 A CliiJA NA L ui'a '. KZ.ru ..,.1" i..
ipa the Mow fpreighi i. a. to.' :ha ,i A.: 9HMirrJL
mPLlrerf at,-! fir? &i :.i.-ae- T .
. . ; "-, situ, n T'laii. oq
TlATOllt jr- .tte,. T.f-abt' -rv-'.o'i : eTf.
jftrm of Thatchaw. ijaii A v
y, )mai or t-ii-.-
Dale or catptnei: ;;,
Jl w,-5oj'i; ;i;vtif)ti .t
sae irurciiae na dais ci
9-Lib.laAL jA6-. AVAV.Vi- -n-fia ft hi
m.ziimer'.t. Wa si-h aiewaw-raui r-t. - ...
..-aTiai, i.. or Kail, mo.a .a:t-..) i;. :-a
itoaea, SIari;e. tvtw. L mil.-.- if 1 '. v
Ji iilaJs. havluT Eh-j oa'r :W;!, iii t.i ii i ;.
the tfius it ot h;ivy 'TM' iti.
Ut HlOrU.. i'ifat 5ic;,ru; r-:.
PBANKLiS & -8ul.Gji.ST,
COMMISSION fiiiiiJjilANT -
FOB TUB SALE OF
rtOUrl, tiSAlN, PKOVioIOiNa, GilAid
fBBJUB, BUTTES, iHtiiS, BACON, ttti,
sairLlberai Oash Advances naiie oa L- .--t" snv
dwBtrfq. i.pr u -.
Forwarding and Commute::
9AandA4 R!ver-bf., . , :.rTceriy cwrcr'M by Uf.'
o. uorgmw flr-ti-w: ouuding,)
flLCV MAAr-r, .
tieoafreand betieU tne knktmiiM kMW
'urt ram, rork. s'eunrw. titttur L
Egg, Chett. Sffdet Frwt,
Esy-Part ten lar aeientlonpaaja fc. wii-siiitaoi r
ftuttoi. King and Larft-
. . i . .. . 1: c iui.it : iar .
JJ A VI8 VOBCS, "
aii -OuM.' "n ifilrfcEtailie
oa lu2 ;.i..-. is
rtjUOa, GRAlW", tlvjfUHj v'U&
Ha, ii-itvr, CaMiitt, Rewitk, Za.
'-rsici, Dried 'rat, Pw.
try, Drr-iied ii .J
111 v ad-i LcLrv ru.i
eayiaeh Advau- . ve vi.r...(s.,. r '. a.
w 11. B. Uur'lit- . '.jBMe- r irt .-l' '
! :cr.( t f."(.i i"4, a :c : - i i . ;:!";?.
f -.-n ewneral'r.
JOHN HOYCIi t SON,
83 P.ii.-fc:.-.. ''Zit Yoxa.
blMUAL vAStJ vV i.' v;; rivsCU.
BrCB Tfl-0-t iar': .ii.i..;.v i
I.; BsatiHll ba; k,'-i-.au-i,il. 'i , b:.- , t tf
v 'l. i.w riilu, ft . If .; v MCir.r -jiit rr f. . - ,
Watertown, h v.; a Iti-ia i ,. -
H.O. ltiH.1.!, 'r.:,,',, ;
Offiee w it Alci:t. A tiwru,- ', :r
marl I M:V..''-.-- S)
(LARK ROOSEFi i.L.Civ
J !ate Clark. ari'erA
lien In dnui. ff'nur, Ftan. Wswr Lnie
Flastor, Ooar., i'lr.e, v.ro-.iii toar and
Kot.lt, tl, 4e, SU1 45 V4ifr--;., n I on th 0"cS,
9 ctasj. . .. "Mta'stisn
MbTPjos, i r U-'-r.: : hut awvi or '.
or brtierpeit. V-" i 7 1 - - ..-ig
tQta.aileacd prriw:.; " j . m-lrkr '!:
sMtT'JLaiberal Cjah A'l maie mi .;. Atm.-.'
aAJBWA.. ...L. 3i...... H ..'... .- A. A J um
WQBF..RT H ANN t;o.,isi
4rtotrii. e"wardlu',". " : ..- ''iljrj 11 rcti.'-sai
laalertln Prod :ce, f n't. T' V V.. C-ntr - . -V-- .
:-9and !7 K'vwr fl. r, 't -zr ;i.
LL GOODS AT LOWFST
. market rate- HINU A i Eoeildt.
EXTRA QUALITY FLA VOR
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