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. VVAfcl',"M'UlJND," M BONDING," "Qtt-
Ihlb." end other abort notices, nut exceeding
V3DU LiRM tT!f-rUJ twice in this ootnmn tor
U rn" ihrre time :s oewta, r tlN
J rfHtat -or all over rors hh as, not ex
, fn KittRTLlitaa, doable above raw.
fANTED BY A GENTfE-
Dllr Address immedlauly H. xt. G.at thiaoflice.
,OABDING & ROOMS Th
l I room with board can he obta nfl t Mo
F fleri street, west aide. me room suitable trr s rrT
fcem n and his wll. A lew d.j bta-er on
, Boesmo'e'.d meral IM
TJKJR8ALK OR RENT A Hocsa
JP ll1otid!KTMo( ewiorei ad Mrbi, .It
n -t.rtat the term'ncn of in ,t legend street
(at-ratd Aronlreolll. b. Kieler, Ho. 32 -onto aide
Bb'te -aw. may -l-lm
OK 8UB-T1TUTKS WA NT SD IM
.&J medtafly- i'l pay from 0 to 3 form
not liable to a draft A ft. Foot ttut st.eet. opto
Ktetbe eddell Sonw ma?2D-nj
"?0E RENT Foa thrsk oe Four
I months a well bine wltbln thr.1
irnnle. walk of the Post Office N - oe bat a eni.l
end well rrffileted rsraily need apply, address box
12e4 aivlDS naet.and Bumber in tee remily.
"DBAIi ESTATE FOR 8ALE
J X, feUx brick hoom on id Iran street, near On
lartn a tto-M opiortumtv for nen ol smal .neans
to nurchae a Lome Price low. tiid,
ood opp.rtanitT to make a permanent ad pvJnj
avaetnieni Apply 10 n u.niv,
may 30-131 Weddel Hiai.
8ALE Ow TBI Dktboit
PIamIt nnut.fnnrinilM fmm th fit Ii aVCrFS
and. do ball 'In. a, bs an urchitrd or fli-t rw
MeD trrca Will be sold I'-r im r oe tonn any ioi
Jafttreen it snd the city. Inaaire at ii ficiwrior-M,
m r an is .
STOCK OP GOODS FOH SALE
AfD PTOKC rOB HUNT The atock of Gr
cerie. ProviMoa, Ac, cont lnd i 1 t'ore o
3Krie itrt, m otri lor and tbe "tore n
.dwilinr attached fer rent. Ha a cood et.blnbn
lrsM ant on It a imail c vital reanlred. Vor fur.
ther nartumlATi Inaa re ai ibe areBtMa.or at btv
or-t. in ir? -lftJ
T?OR SALK.-0eneb Lot on
Jj Weet Rer etret directly oepo-lte the foot
Fceertortret. Anowm aa"t;tnea frner,- i
ayl1g Atwater Bol:ditg.
1?LOWERS-)ni of th Fimist
. collections o hangifff alante eer offered
the Mt, in ronnectiun wliha lare aid e-aeeialty
thrift iiianrtRifnt of hM'lfiinr ont Vaotl can
onnd at tbenev rreen hmeeof w whitcr.h, 113
jedar etrmt. Sd d ornt ol Hndee. ifreet. Terme
a reaaooabte m at aoy other etlabli'hraent.
H. b. Cnt flower or - at all timei. mayI7-l52
TDST RECEIVED ANOTHER
I lar -einolceof bow beaorlfnl Window theo
AHaiM -nd -mt cfwap at K J. Jon-, bntmiioc
tree'-. Am ncu BaJicmra, uiH-eikna, u.
may lft 1ST
in the dtr. also two bnaaies and one two .rated
oerrlase roraaie cbeap. a. xt. a a l ao.
UANTliD IMMKDIATELT for
If the ttarterm ater'fl Itepartmeat at Nacb
Tltie Tenn atf) latirem. wur tMO per month ad
ratioaa. 30u taniteni we per month and ra
iton. To knq capab.e ol taking chare of a train
m vvajrotiraaeter. tht will report witb Twenty-ly-tlTe
men eAtt per month will he given. AeetBtatita
witn tltieen men MS aer munth. boue need apply
fctu ahle bodied men willing to enrage for aix mouth
UniMportauon rurnt)i. Apply co
. 1. OHKK-V (Ot, &cetof A.- Q. M.
TMy4 Q"Lcmercisvi Hcnee, 'Jlnve'.ar.d. .
ICAD Dr. WELLS' ADVER
tlaaVMCMT la anotber ooltunu. See Shield.
"1 O.4 0.. Cat?.. ANUC.4M
Jm HeJlrOwati Prart Vernal Ontflcatee oi Btock want-
. and the highest price paid by
J. A. uKaD a OO., Bosrior-8t.
. P. A. Railroad Ht'-ck f-r nale
LiOii SAL&-21 AORM 05 TH
ake Shore . Also, about sixteen acres front
iatttm Jtoclld and Oeuar trU and Gidtiing's At-
q1 dotd witoin one naii biihii uw uiiy ludiu
Jfor mrUMT partiaulan enaoire of
ip-Bl I4 Water-8t.
ii a. iiAi) co., oAjaKifu,
1 Jm Baperlor-Ht., pay the hUliertt Premisro 'or
'Hd. riUer4ad Oanada money and take uncorrent
jnsney at lowwt ratee 01 dieODunt.
fSIMXHi MONEY ADVANCE
'JU-VA'V trjcnmstost.lt at theoldsUndand
VklfkBOwn WAOISKU H LOAN OFFICE, on Recurt
IImoi eTery Kind, vis : Oold and Hfirer Watches, I1
raonds. tflLver Ware, Jewelry, Gone, Pistols, Cloth
la, lry Goods, Pianos, Uelodoons, and all pem onal
J'operty and articles of vs'iie, on the most B-vttsfao-7
terms. Bnsineee strictly private. Irtablisbw-i
IM. h. U. Avartetyof nnredwemed Watobea, Jw
slry, Unns, Ao., for sale at bargains.
airxfnoe--oo ero! Water and 6nperlor-8t., iw
vis A Pel jot to s UlotKlQg More.
tor Luke tnperlvr
HE NEW ANOEL-
egant ptuoger etoamer,
PA w ABIC, Geo. McKaT. H aster
W1H lea otrr dxk for ntonaon an1 intermediate
po'nts on .UakA Mnperfor. Monday. 13 a v 23d, at S
O'clock P. M. for ne'K'it or passage apply to
eAKtiET?O.N, H K A CV),
mavT":!! Kn 1 "t'-'-r tre-1
nVAG AND BNMBRJ
(Mai promptly niled. iddreea
6. W. CBOWELL A CO.,
avU8:l1 197 Supenor-SU, Clcaiand, Ohio.
Ucutied War ClRim l;eat,
0 Uoai, Boas tin. Pensions, Back Par, Prrie Honaf
and outer War (.Lam.
wrPersonal Attention la rlTen to the aroasOBtJoa
lUtalBU la the lepartmenta at H aatunctoc.
saVAU aeraoos barinfrClalma ebonld applr In per
son, or by letter, at oace, and they will rwiti
n. w. eAa,
left llnserloe-u. Cleyeiapq. O.
JA. .V At. a
, pel I alee ill is la. If annfacMirere acd Dealer i
aU hjnda of
Ooaewtiax ot Plaia
t a mod stock constantly on haad, adapted to
Ibe w eaten Mar set.
Market prksee paid for Wool aad Pelts, i Cash
M llantxtaoiared Goods.
Office an d Sal earooma t
XO. M WATER HTRKKT, HLBV BlAHO, O.
. R e
ATTENTION, LADIES. TBK
nderS'gDf-d e prepared to drees Ladles1 h au
ever to any new shape in tLe bast and mua aeproved
0tyle aUadies are re.f-ectin(Iy requested to call and
axam tneail the new sines and shape oi boo nets.
bonnets aad hatt colored to tan color n the neat"
jan style F. K..1MV1S. Bleacher,
1T. 19 T"8 ??? "n ryHnr Bfrftf
Ac tnlimftad stock, all styles and prices, rtiatc
trom At AO toli,wO Kiins, lrom a plain ailver King
mt lOoents, to an elaborately engrved liocket JiitAif
(A laid with gold, at- iu Utt.
We have the exclusive sale f r this city of a1! torVs
nnfacfiired by A. J. Hoot or Medina, both eol d
bed and St Iter, and ss they ee wade expraeuly tor
or trade, w k now tbe.y are pu coin
itoaters are ieqnested to oall antl examine.
W boUcaie and iUtail in ao quau'lty
to. Hl fcT.
CIts ad Wa'chmaksr, lift Superior street.
The BtKjera'gned aooeeasorB lo the late W. W. 0n-
taad beg to inform toe psu'ic tass iney o.t. vm
LAEQESr AND FINEST STOCKS
Tri.it & Ornamental Trees,
pj, a NT-, ac.
KsrstfcrsdtB CBeyad. We would call especial
alt Dllua to our
Jhtm Pn, Standard Cherry ami Stand
ard Appi Trm,
assi Asttsr ocraelyee they cannot be excelled either
la eieUty or KMsaeas oi arlo.. A call I. rt-Bpectfolly
Kxtclted (JLBTIAll rJBI.TnEH8
v. m ooaraaa. v. y. eraraae.
jQHOlCB SAMPLES OF
Kocha, Jata A Bio CotTeef.
Asa, every grade of White and Brown Sugars el
the lowest awtrt prices.
0B0. D. BayjK,
Will W .eH. Pt If...,
Canvl-8t., Clevalaad, O.
Uonitantly OB Hand tor 01 ty sad Export En,
IX, XII, Pale, Haber end Cream ale.
Porter and Browi Stoat.
m I'artiqolar- attvntloa fa eatied to ar Btocfc ol
FBB8KMT 081 ASD OBKAM ALBS,
nrne end reliable article, of which can kiwi ya be
loroft od band dntine the warmest weather In bom
leer. Order, addreawd to F. . WtlS B, Al,
wi-l reoelv. prompt attention. tnivKti
ENSIGN A HAN800V,
106 PCBLIC fcQUARF.
Atlantic A Great Western 9-so
a. A O. W , HahoelnK Branch 7:15
Lae onor ulevelaod um 11:41
Gonneant and Vrie Accoei'nw.
Plttaborfh A Wheeling- :
bll"TiK1ia i in 6 35
Atlantic A Great Weste-i ff
A. ft O. w. MshonlLC PranchT0-.aO
Lee ehure, 411eelaod A Krle 5
Oo meant and Erie Aosnm'iLw.)0:10
P1it.bor-h A Wheeling 4.
Detroit boat la
Vdtlnens wishing oonveyance to either of the
atTe Ttainaor Hosts, will oe called tor or uoecoee
ol Mteyens' Oronibns Line, br leaving their eidre2B
at the Omnlbos umoe, 147 otpenor-gt., aeu floor
SATURDAY WORM.VG. :IAY 21 1S(V4
0. A. Eaad U. B. UVM Bonds.
J An Kltoler Aoademy of Mosta.
Atheneom Mule Hall A.. Montpeliar.
J hn G. JeiBlag loraranoe Agent.
Dr. H. Anders A Oo. Iodine Water.
W. p. Oarey Oo. Iron and Kails.
0 twles A Co. Diamond Jewelry.
D -. Clark Appointments.
Second Ward Draft Areocta'lon I.ocU Notice.
SFIOM) NlTIlAL CAM
Ue1gnatfd Bepo1tory and rural
iRent of tan United State.
National 10 40 Five Per Cent,
Br instmcttons from the Secretary ol the Tieaa-
orr. datod march as. M, this Dans win reoeiye snn-
ecnptlona for the fUTionAL K-eti ml esa okmt.
ii. . in eonnon bonds or reaifttered oertficates re
deemed after ten and payable ion? yeara trom 4ata
This loan hears om.n raTBBar.arable RBart-saaT-
At L r on cooaon and rerl.tered bonds ol ttt and oyer
ai d ifNTULT on bonds ot the denomination of aw
le sntMcrlhins sartlea may either to nay the BO'
crn-d interest from the rirst of starch to the day of
snfecription In Coin or in Currency adding llrty set
cent, premlnm or recelTe booda bearlcg Interest
froniaayolstitiecrlatton. Also wtit anow to
BANKS, BANKER8 AND BK0KER3,
ADD oUb AUHNTH,
the n.nal cr mmhaioB of one edgbth of one per cent.
Thi Ladies will pleM look into Mr.
Shsw'a Millinery Rooms, 236 Superior street.
Pol SAL! AT THI
til. B TBI. API D POTO PFICB
B. C0WLK8, P. M.
ADVANCE IN THE SUBSCRIPTION.
PRICE OF THE LEADER.
Cinoe the war haa commenced, the prioe
ef white printing paper has advanced near
ly a hnndred per cent, owing entirely to
the scarcity of cotton rags ; onr type let
ting bill has increased one hundred per
oeo L; eoal one hnndred and twenty-five
per eent; glae, molasses, turpentine, oil,
ink and aU other ingredient! that enter
into the mannfaotnre. of the newspaper,
have advanced from foriy to four hundred
peroent; oar telegraph bill haa increased
800 per eent., and yet the subscription
price of the Lxadea has only so far ad
vanoed from 25 to 83 per cent. By a sim
ple mathematical calculation it will be
seen that there is no recourse left for a
newspaper publisher bat to follow the ex
ample of newspapers in Chicago, Cincin
nati, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Toledo and other
points, and raise the subscription.
On and after next Monday, May 80th
the Lsapii will be famished at the fol
lowing rates :
Daily by mail per Tear.
Tri-Weekly by Mail per Tear.
. 4 00
" e MoaH
u 3 ,
. 8 00
, 1 00
1 U H M J I
Weekly by Mail per Tear.
" " " " S Moa.
, 1 60
Papers delivered by carriers in the city,
per week - . 18 Cte,
Tr.-WwUly " " 1 "
,B3 ov per aw
In Cincinnati, Chicago, Louisville, and
St. Louie, the smbseription prioe is higher
than the ahove scale, and eity subscribers
are charged twenty cents per week, in
Detroit, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, they are
charging the same as above. We mention
these facts to show that eheer necessity
compels as to make the above advance,
and that we are justified in so doing.
Foono, a bank billon Superior street
The owner ean have it by proving property
and calling at the counting room of the
Remihbeb the Masonio promenade par
ty to-night at the Metropolitan Bail. A fes
tive time is promised by the managers.
Fiat Cha pin's Packing House, on the
We,t Side, took lire about two o'clock Satur
day afternoon, bat the workmen about the
establishment avoeeeded in extinguishing the
flames before much damage was done.
Rsltjef foa as Families or thi 160tb
Rmikest Natioeal Gdaed The committee
appointed to raise funds for the above objeot
willeommenee their duties tj day. We trust
they will be well received and that liberal
contributions will be made.
Ooveeeoe Beouob in Tow. Governor
Brougk spent the Sabbath at his home in
this city. Be arrived on Friday and was
present at the National Guard meeting at
Chase's Hall that evening, and headed the
ubsoription for the benefit of the 150th
Regiment with a handsome subscription.
Exnosioa ov a Paopellia. -The tele
graph informs us that the propeller Nile ex
at Detroit on Saturday, as it was
leaving the harbor. We learn that six per
sons are known to have been killed by the
accident and that seven are missing, beside
several who are wounded. Capt. Hunt had
both leirs broken, and the first mate, Mentor
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
LOSS OF LIFE.
William Dewitt, Esq. Killed.
Fourteen Persons Injured.
A serious accident occurred on the Clove-
land, Columbus and Cinoinati Railroad about
half-past five Saturday morning, resulting in
the death of William Dewitt, K?q., of this
eity, and the serious injury of several others.
As the morning passenger train from Colnm
bus, containing six well-filled ears, was be
tween Mt Oilead and Cardington, the third
car from the locomotive suddenly left the
track, breaking the couplings, and eapsised
down a low embankment. The other cars
kept the track, and no jar or shock was no
ticeable. The train ran on for some distance
before it was stopped. The cause of the ac
cident is not known, bnt it is supposed to
have been the looseness of a rail.
Among those in the ear was our well known
fellow-citissn, William Dewitt, Esq., of the
firm of Tounglove, Dewitt Co. He was
thrown violently from his seat, and it is sup
posed that his head struek one ef the satchel-
hooks at the side of the car, as a deep
wound was made in the back part of his head,
penetrating into the brain. He died in about
ten minutes after being taken from the car,
having been entirely unoonsoious from the
moment of his injury.
Besides Mr. Dewitt, no one was killed.
Several persons were, however, more or lets
injured, of whom we have prepared the fol
lowing list :
Captain J. J. Manor, 128th Ohio, was
badly injured in the head and back. He
was taken to his home in Toledo.
W. H. Greer, of Painesville, badly injured,
taken to Angier House.
. Rev. J. D. Jenkins, of Independence,
taken to the Angier.
Mrs. J. M. Downie, of Wilmington, 0.,
and one child. Mrs. Downie had two child
ren with her, on of them eseaping injury.
She was taken to the Angler.
Mrs. Wales, of Boston, traveling with her
husband. Taken to the Weddell.
A rohie McPherson, Canada, cut about the
Jem Cherry, Canada, cut about the head.
James A. Lynch, St. Louis, slightly in
Wm. N. Houston, Boston, Mass., slightly
William Glenn, Cincinnati, slightly in
Matthew Dngan, Cincinnati, injured about
t . ..
xj.wiouu. i i..., viuUluu..,
Robert BUI, Cincinnati.
Most of the injaries were about the head,
though but few of serious consequence.
Conductor Thornton did all he could for
the comfort of the injured persons and was
greatly aided by several gentlemen who were
on the train. Mrs. G. F. Lewis, of this city,
Mrs. Irene Sbaw of Dunkirk, and Miss Liziie
Doane of BaSalo, who were on board, also
rendered very effioient service in oaring for
the injured. The train arrived in Cleveland
about eleven o'clock Saturday morning.
Most of the injured who required attention
were taken to the Angier House and their
wounds properly oared for by Doctor Beck
with. All are doing well.
The accident is a most inexplicable one.
How a ear in the middie of a train could be
thrown from the traok while the rest of the
(rain ran on smooiniy ta very mysterious yt
such was the fact. Not the slightesfMilaine
attaches to any of the employees on the road.
A Lad Shot by a Private Watchman.
A most unfortunate shooting affair occur
red yesterday evening, illustrating again,
and most pointedly, the danger and folly of
carrying deadly weapons. A private watch
man of the Cleveland k Erie Railroad, whose
business it is to wateh freight trains stand
ing on the track al ng their pier, yesterday
observed several boys riding up and down on
hand-car. Reporting the ease to
the trackmaster, be was told to or
der them away. He did so
and they left, one of them, however, whose
name is Thomas Jones, a boy about seven
teen years old, indulging in abusive lan
guage. The watchman thereupon arrested
him, and was taking him to the station
house, when he was met by several acquaint
ances of the lad, who rescued hi r.. After
ward the boy returned to the place where
the watchman WM Q duty, accompanied by
three companions, and recommenoed insult
ing him. DilEeulty ensued, and the watch
man finally drew a revolver and ordered them
to leave. At this, young Brown sprang for
ward and caught hold of the pistol, which
was exploded in the struggle, wounding
Brown severely in the groin and hand. The
boy was earried at once to his home on Sen
The account of the matter given above is
that of the watchman, whose name is Ram
sey R. Campbell. If the story is true, and
it is corroborated by several witnesses, no
lame can attach to him. He has been, how
ever, held to answer to the charge of an as
sault with intent to kill, and held to bail,
which was promptly furnished by fi. Not
tingham, EEq , Superintendent of the Erie
, s s
Tni Pease Coeoeets. As Mr. Alfred
H- Pease and the Maretiek troupe give their
first conoert Wednesday evening, our music
loving oilfsens will be interested in knowing
what is thought of them elsewhere. The
Utica Herald, a discriminating and reliable
critic, in bis notice on Wednesday evening
The marked musician of the troupe is Mr
Alfred H. Pease, the pianist, whose perform
ances last evening were distinguished for
brilliancy, rapidity and decision of touch.
ms style is different from Uottsobalk s, but
be achieves effeots of which Gottsehalk him
self might be proud. He is destined to oreate
sensation in American oitiee during this,
is first, musical tour, and to find himself
ranked ameng the foremost of American pia
nists. Miss Laura Harris also made a de
cidedly favorable impression last evening,
and was twice very heartily encored.
voice is a pure and high soprano, possessing I
clear ringing quality or rare sweetness I
6 he is a beautiful singer, and her execution
ehows the best of musical eulture. Mollen
hauer was compelled to respond to one en
core, and won storms of applause. He is the
prinoe of violineellists. Signor Lotti labored
under the disadvantages of a severe cold, and
was difficult to judge eorreotly of the qua
lity ef his voioe.
Academy op Mweio Mr. Ward's clos
ing engagement was a most brilliant and
complete success. Rory O'More and Robert
Emmet were finely performed and the Urge
audience were enthusiastic in their demon
strations of pleasure
This evening Mise Lucy Cqtler tnkes a
benefit. Miss Cutler is a most deserving and
painB-t&king as well as aueeessful artist,
and we trust that big house will celebrate
er benefit. The bill is an excellent one-
Retina Meadows "-and "Family Jars,"
wilh a Highland fling by Miss Cutler and a
aflad by Miss Maud Stanley.
Wanted A sabstitpte not liable to the
draft for three years. Fer particulars call
Examination of Drafted Men Continued.
The following It a Hit of the drafted men
examined by the Board on Friday and Satur
day last, And the disposition of their easel.
John Pinskney, paid commutation.
Philemon Barber, paid commutation.
Rnfas P Upson, paid commutation ; Geo
I Allison, paid commutation.
I Elias Schick, paid commutation; Chas
I Bouthmayd, paid commutation.
Henry Fairbanks, non-residenoe.
Edwin F Ingerst II, furnished substitute,
John U Campbell, paid oommutatien.
John Wild, furnished substitute.
Leroy Whiting, furnished substitute.
Alonio West, paid commutation : F Gott
sohalk, alien Frederick Richards, furnished
Seymour Shaw, paid commutation
C C Southern, paid commutation.
Henry Weatherwax, furnished substitute
Christian Clotx, furnished substitute.
E1IT CLE VELA it D.
Barney Willing, furnished substitute
I Martin V Wynguard, furnished substitute.
John Kohl, furnished substitute ; Daniel
Selaer, furnished substitute ; John Drechsel
lurnished substitute; James M Wright, fur
nished substitute; John Monger, alien ; John
iaiiy, physical disability ,
Jacob Hennis, held to service; Analines
Chester Bentley, physical disability
Philip Warren, held to service: Calvin
oprague, physical disability.
Charles C Corlett, held to seivioe ; John
Welseh, held to service ; Midas Brooks, held
to service ; John Brogge, held to service
Thomas Wilson, held to servioe ; Stephen
Wright, held to service; H H McMillan
held to service ; Lorenso Carter, held to ser
vioe ; fienry Carter, held to s,rvioe ; W
Hayes, held to service ; Reuben Elliott, held
I to service ; William Cash, held to service
I u A Hamilton, neio to service ; John tlarger,
i noia to service ; John firooas, lurnished snh-
I stitute ; John Welch, raid commutation
I Hanry Carter, paid commutation ; Lorenso
I Uarter, paid commutation ; Thomas Lloyd
aiten ; Jonn Drown, alien ; joon uranam
over age ; Patrick Dunn, alien ; William
schalie, alien ; Pin than (i Smith, over age
Franklin A Judsn, physical disability
Lewis LTandfear, poysical disability Harris
Ames, pDysioal disability ; w Li liordon
physieal disability ; William P. Osborn
physioal disability ; Samuel Bishop, physical
disability ; tteorge Uunn, pnysioal disability
Thomas ripe, physioal disability ; William
(iraus, physical disability ; William 11. Cain
physioal disability ; William Ward, physi
George Gnstaeker, held to servioe: William
Giles, held to servioe; George German, held
to servioe; Isaac Ueams, physical disability
Michael Ping, physical disability; John
Farrar, physioal disability; George 0 Bush
nell, physical disability; Wm Westenfelder,
physioal disability: Caspar Vorth, alien;
John Gottner. alien: George Usher, physical
J E Turrill, furnished substitute; M L Ri
der, furnished substitute; Geo Fassett, over
age; Wm M Sanborn, over age; John 6ta
meter, physical disability; Edmund Ward,
physical disability; Thomas Garrison, physi
0 N Cordon, furnished substitute; Henry
W Stager, paid commutation; Jacob Morrell,
John V Painter, furnished substitute.
Held to servioe. 19: furnished substitutes.
17; paid commutation, 14. Total accepted.
52. Exempt Physical disability, 22; alien
age, 9; over age, 2; non-residence, 2. Total
exempted, 30. Total examined, 88.
The Diatb or William Dr.wirr. The
sad intelligence that William Dewitt, Esq.,
of the fi.m of Younglove, Dewitt k Co., one
of our most respected eitisens, bad been
killed by a railway aocidenton the Columbus
road, spread rapidly through our city Satur
day morning, causing a feeling of unmixed
and profound sorrow wherever it was known.
Mr. Dewitt was snatched away in the prime
of life, and in the enjoyment of the fullest
physical and intellectual vigor. He was
born in the East, and was forty-seven years
old at the time of his death. Ha left his
former home in Massachusetts in 1852, estab
lishing his residenoe in this city, and engag
ing in the ma.nfaeture of agricultural im
plements. His manufactory was twice burned
down, the last time in 1850, while he w,.s in
partnership with Mr. Howell. In November
of that year he went into partnership with
Messrs. M. C. Yonnglove and Dudley Bald-
in, forming the firm of Baldwin, Dewitt k
Co., and establishing the Clevoland Agricul
tural Works, one of the most important man
ufactories of our city. Mr. Dewitt was the
practical man of the firm, and it is to his
skill and genius that the farmers of Ohio and
the West owe many of their finest agricultu
Mr. Dewitt has been for the last four
years a prominent member of the State
Board of Agriculture, and it is to his labori
ous and unwearied exertions that the two
last State Fairs, held in this city, owe their
triumphant suoeess. Ia recognition of his
distinguished services in this matter, the
Board, duriag its ses-ion here last winter,
presented him with a splendid servioe ot
He leaves a wife and five children. His
loss will be felt every where by our corn-
unity, of whioh he was an honored and
useful member, by the State Board of Agri-
eulture, by the firm to which be belonged,
and, mst of all.by the large family whom he
h,, left to mourn for him.
His funeral will take place this (Monday)
afternoon, at two o'clock, at the West Side
Congregational Church. The Rev. J. A.
Thome will oonduot the funeral exercises.
Bdeda j-Sobool Books. No department
of the book trade is more nourishing in the
eity of Cleveland than the Sunday-school
department Messrs. Ingham k Bragg are
agents for all the religious publishing
houses, and keep on band, therefore, the
finest assortment f Sunday-school books.
All denominations ean find that which they
may desire. This firm has the largest as
sortment in the West, There are at the pre
sent time over IS, 000 volumes in their store.
Sunday-school superintendents would do
well to keep this in mind in making pur
Dintistet. Dr. B. F. Robinson, office
No. M Wood street. All kinds of surgical
and mechanical dentistry, done in the best
inner and at a low pnoe.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Civil Bbaeoh. The case of Greening
Willis was on Saturday decided by Judge
Bolton in favor of defendant. In Court
room No. t, before Judge Cofnnber ry, noth
ing of importance was done.
Cbiminal Beabcb' In Court-room No.
the divorce docket was called on Saturday
In the case of Ellen F Marshal vs. Welling
ton Marshal for wilful absence and gross
neglect of duty, a divoroe was granted. F.
Harvey appeared for plaintiff. No defense
In the ease of Mansel M. Blending- vs.
i i - b. . ... . ...
rersis im. sianuing, lorauunery ana Wlllul
absence, a divorce was granted. I. Buck
ingham appeared for pleintiff.
In the case of Catherine Charlton vs. Geo.
F. Charlton, for wilful absenc, and gross ne
glect of duty, a divorce was granted. J. M.
Jones appeared for plaintiff
The case of Mary Parris'i vs Daniel Parrish
a petition for alimony, is on trial. Baokns
k Noble appear for plaintiff, S. B. Prentiss
United States Codet The case of the
Holmes County rioters is still on trial before
Judges Swayne and Willson.
Board of Enrollment are now busily
engaged in making additions and altera
tions in the enrollment lists of this district.
It is desirable to add to the list all who have
previously been omitted : all who have at
tained the age of twenty since the last en-
rollment: all sailors, marines, and soldiers
served twe years during the present war: all
persona woo nave ueoiarea tneir inten tions
, o.oome oitisena, ana wno are not already
enrolled; and it is desirable to strike from
the list all who are not of suitable age. The
eitisens of each ward and township are re
quested to aid this work, whioh must be com
pleted at once. It is manifestly the interest
of all who are enrolled to see that none es
cape, and that none are on the lists who
ought to be striken off. An exoess of names
increases the quota, and compels those who
are liable to furnish more than their nronor-
tions, while the omission of those who are
iiaoie enlarges tne number ol those whoescape
draft. A strong motive to further this labor
is the faot that those who most skilfully
"ran are tuoso wno oan oest ne
spared to assist the army, and are generally
least useful to the community. This work
must be completed by the first oi June, and
it is hoped and believed that a call for this
aid will meet with as ready and as cheerful
COIODllance as haa been s-i.an to all other
.r, f i . .
fit for duty, diaeharo-eil. anil .tin ti.v.
, x .uvVTWBBVBr, worm
aotion wm required.
Th eitisens of ward a and town hi pi can
readily comply with thiareqaest, by aiding
... . .... ' ,
uruuiaguuioore m taeir reipecure BUO-aii-
trict ; by furnishing them information, or by
ending the same to the ProToat Marshal.
8 r B DOOaj piauO
of birth, and whether married or lingle, ii
all that is required.
Foa JoHHHoit's Islamd. The 10th O. N.
O.a Can tain Rnl&nr.t nf ninnifinaH k.ei ..
r ' '
rivod at Johnson's Island, where it is under
stood that they will remain' daring the hnnd
There are now three regiments of Nation
al Guards on the Island beside the
128.h 0. V. O. This last regiment we ore-
Bam is very shortly to be ordered away for
more active service.
Amended Enrollment FUNERAL NOTICE.
i'hefunerl of Mrs A. O. BUSSKLIa. will vake
plare from the ret ld- noe of her son-in-law, D. P.
Bhode Ul Prankiln street, oa Tueeday,24th lost.,
at tt o'clock P. .
l.'NITCU HTATIC8 OKPOH1 ruKY.
tri PIK8T SATIOHAL BA5K.
dofjlgnated a pFTmannt Depository of the Ooverue
meut, w preparea u receive suscripuons 10 tne
Tea-Party Gsvsrssiest laema
now remdv 'or dellverv
l eposltfiry for U. H. OlBcers, Parmaateni and
Qnttrter masters. mr316k.
B. HALE, Banker,
U. 8. B0ND3. GOLD. SILVER, 0. 8.
COUPONS and CANADA MONEY
Bouehtand sold at best rates
And ColleotloDfl made at all Moegaible
Uncarrent FandgeQwertd at Low-
Bevrna4 fit amps for Bale.
Fivti Waid. Notiox I There will be a I
meeting of the members of the Fifth Ward I
Kaua isition Association at tha Rant.at I
Chanel, this Monday eve mo it. the ISd inst. I
t is lmDortant that everr member hould I
be nresent. as the Question as to the diatri- I
bntinn of the funds will eoma hafnr ih I
meeting. All the drafted members ara v.
nn-atnrt to hrintr the no tin aatrv.H nn k.m I
by the enrolling officer. Uj order of the
B. P. BOW JR,
The Second Ward Draft Association will
meet this evenins;, M ay 23d, at Court Room
No. 1, at half past seven o'clock. Every
member is requested to be present. Bj or
der of the Finance Committee.
maj23:152 T. A. Saetoed, See'y.
Notice A meeting of the members of
the First ward Equalisation Association will
be held at the sngino House cn Cbamplatn
street, on Mooday evening next, at 7 o oioek.
The qnestion of a distribution of the funds
of the Association will some before the meet-
ins;. All members are expected to be pres
ent. D. H. Keys.
Fob Plnmhiofr, Gaa Fitting and Fix
tures go to Mo0arvey's, opposite the Postof
flce, agent for the oelebratad lava tip gas
8ee tbb Coeqoeamo Heeo. Splendid
large new steel plate portraits of (ieneral
Grant. Canvassing agents wanted through
out the State. Specimens sent by mail on
receipt oi retail prices, one aonar. Aaarass
. S. ttreen, Room A Ameiioan uuildinge,
laveland, Ohio. mavl4:lM.
IL! OIL. OILI
ALSXAffDZE, SCO FIELD ft CO.,
ICxtPB Pel role um oil, bobm! b1
We nav aart im. lar attra ion to eackae? tharebv
saving our euHtomers much its by lettuce- H e
guaraatee our oil to giv perfect ttattsfactiou and
good as any made iu tne city. Also, we pay par
ticular eiCttuL4on to putting up of
NAPTHA OA BENZOLE,
suitable for Varainh Manutacturers' and Palo tars
w. jb nana aoo roraaie
3d bbls extra refined retroleum Oil,
100 bbls Dsjoderiaed bansoie (equal to Turpentine),
Hi) bbls Bo. 1. Iiubrioatiuc AL
which w sell at lowest market ariea.
trriOB 108 at. Clair steet, formally occupied by j
Wm. 0. Scofleld A OO.
jomu aUsaxAHbaa. i IlLKY ELAH D. O.
wa. 0. SOU VI ELD,
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
MOBNINU LKAPKK OKfttie,
HATVaoAT Uvuma, nay 21, 18S4.
(.Id Wall arrest was unnaual'y ateady to-day,
Oold opening at 12 sod e oalogst UMtaiSS anom
nal advance of It per eent npon yesterday. The
bnyiB l rats here was pretty uniformly at Super cent.
premium, and Belling at 83.
Wlver Celling to-dny at per eent. premiaa
ha, ing at 19.
I r .,.
.'ileeey Kasy, and In better demand to-day,
I ExehuateKaay and moderately active at pwoa
I N,w n OT Government, national and Ohio funds
ICiuU-m aiid Pittsburgh H per cent discount.
(VeraWjeBt R..H. MlH r mr.A in mJ a
.1 . .
I mend at the f Hewing rates :
S-3P't, May coupons off
7-i't, April and October. lln
7-SO'a, February and a.oiisl.ily
N. Y. MONEY MARKET—May 21.
Hfewey Va.y at 37 percent , with the bulk of the
ea.iuee at oai ptr oeut lorca'l 1U.DS
ruer-lla tcaramnew Steady at le190i in car
rency w hrst c an bills.
tjold tithonc decided eh.nn rtnenln. .t Ik,
wi.ucidr (- aou ciobi a unlet at I3.al03.
Total extorts ot r prcie tu-dar SS33.943
tjievernaaeat MteoMa V. lthoat decided change
REVIEW OF CLEVELAND MARKET.
For the Week ending Saturday, May 21.
Plmo13iVnbwhlAlTMOnto mt9l&. On
I rriday, pmbabiy Irom a falling oi in tb export de.
M-.lilMWH LF.-UIStt OPPK'IJ.
8Atoa2T Svwttpe, May a, 1.
Reeefpla The total receipts of grain by rail for
the week ending with to-day have ttoen as followa :
Wheat Corn Oata
bna. bus. bus.
H 235 ' AM file
.. 341 12UI
. UNO ..
.. A6- MO
MMXI BUI 12141
I Tital 735H
I frerioua we.k. J3.o
I b, the ab we It will be seen that the reeelDta of
I wheat by rail (there have been no receipts by canst)
I w,re " 'bmu OD ,blTi 'hcee of last week. Te
this should be added 12,270 bushela by lake, against
21, 1W bushels last week, making the total receipts
this week 19,00 bushela, against 47.190 bushels but
The week's market, to far ss general inactivity
atd dullness are cone med, h4B been a reretltica of
tbatol !B4t week. The calm which at the close of
last week succeeded the military storm of Ibe ten
I oars pretiona, render. d necessary by the severity
I with which the woik had been poshed, aeemed dee.
I New York market advanced lor almost everything,
I n1 patlcnlariy for Breadatuffs, this market follow-
romP,lT- Buyers ot Wheat, however, weie not
.fleeted by the movement, and sales of only a few
I cer, u, atlilera were reported at S1.49 and S1.50. On
I Toe-day a further advance wa established, upon
I maicb " buyers ol round lots were drawn ont.
"V" " , , a . a?..
I on Wednesday the ma ket advanced again 2c! bnt
I there was no inuuiry for round lota, and Scare red
n ,r" at Bl.M were, he only ales reported. Thura
r auwiii.r suT.Dce was e,taiiuea, ana sales were
I nand, a decline took place K&at, and ttaii market
"ing reported or l ot bunela red tree
I on board at tl.ss. A farther decline eccoiTed to
day, and a eale ol I.OUO bu.h r.d ree on hod was
I mndeatsi w. lhm rkat cloaee heavy and nor or
I ,eM nneettlt-d, bnt holdera generally would not take
tun DKuree test namta
I The deniavail tor W onr hmu i Mn ma nlv ririflnewi ' r
I the local trade, and traneaedona have been mal..
I The market has ruled steady at the advance eetab-
iinned on iuoudy( closing dull at oar (notation! .
I The following hipmenta have b en mads daring the
I Trt Rn
To OKdennburtth K
Corn has been In moderate demand during the
wek. Light receipt and a great mnAtr ta ihe
Eastern markets have combined to advance prices.
I p belled from sto e having ao d to-dy a' '.22. the
I market closing lira at this Stare. Other grains have
I n,.Lr ,. .t.l. ..A suwn lr.allw .
Provisions have ruled fairly active and steady, clos
Ing firm, bat rather qnlet. Batter has been In good
demand t r choice y 'Mow in firkins, with light re
oeipta, and the market close t'aSc higher than at oar
last review. Eggs hve also been la good demand
and limited soppl, and sales si nee Wednesday have
bees at aa advance af lc over last week's closing fig-
nr. NewCbeeat hu been in rather better receipt
during the week, and be market has ruled steady at
P'saent quotations, with a moderate demand. There
Is very little, If any. old In market,
High wines have flnctaated during the week from
1 ,18 to St.n, closing at the latter figure asking, and
very quiet Ihe demand baa at no time been very
cons) Id. rab'e, tD3iKh some speculative feeling was
awakened on Friday, predicated upen the report of
the senate Committee to Increase the tax on Whis
ky after the 8rt of January next to tl 60, and the
strong Indications that the Senate will oppose taxing
cock on band
The Grocery market daring the we-k has ruled
quiet, buyers still holding off fer more favorable
figures than now prevail. I' rices, however, have
been steady, and the market closes firm at our quo
Petroleum has been very qnlet during the w-ek.
and the market clows ls2c lower than at our last
review Other articles quoted have under gore no
material chance, rolir.g dull and inactive
Hales and quo tat ions to day were as follows :
Flur Dull. No sales reported tidy. flood to
choice double extra red qooted at extra
red frS..v; Kcod to choke double extra white C8 T4h
8,75, the market closing oi.ly moderately firm at these
quotat lc us.
Whwau Very dell, and 3t5c tower. Hale of 1J)rw
bnsh on 'C'hange. free on hoard, at SI BO, the mar
ket closing heavy and unsettled,
Cer ease kwe , and qnlet. Sale of I ear shelled
from stoie at tl2,
Umia Steady, but in very moderate demand, at 78c
on track and 80c iron, store. No sales to-day.
Rye Steady at Sl.st from store, with sales only
ln mn W,T nd BO teeeipte.
-r lay-Held t ei,jsij5 ibr good to prime
" - m oarwiy any inquiry, ana nooe
rorM 1U uwrm, una aitwr tram onDaaa at
,or tuty-packed mesa and t27(ft tor No.
Isird-rirm but rat nor quiet at 14c tor clty-ren.
dered in tterow
aaoiied jrlaata Steady and moderately active
at the following quotations: canvassed hams 19c;
sugsrcnrd do, uacanvass d. Ufo ; pi tain do 17c ; clear
bacon lite : shoulders 13c ; dried bee' ISo.
jtlraa Br9f City-packed quiet at I7,00.
Boner Thr li a good demand for choice yellow
Western tt serve, with Very llsht receipts, and we
hear ol sa'ea to day ol several firkins at St o. We
quote good to prime W. B. at lvac, the latter an
extreme 11 gore
Ke-ln good demnd and steady at l'c Supply
rheetew Hew ln owderate demand at 10&12HC,
according to qualliy.
Mlawlu)se Thera was very little Inquiry to day
ana no ta'es. Holders were generally steady at the
advance established yesterday, th ugh some were
asking hiRhor figures. We quote the market firm at
the close at S1.2A
Arf(tla4l-tady at 92 'uQm2,il lor 98 per cent. Neu
tral t roof HpiriU 81,31.
Beaaa-ln good demand at 92yb tor medium
Heitr-Qulet at aa,i2Ca3r2S (or Timothy, and 87,75
Halt In fair demand and steady at 03,2a fur flue,
02,3)' fer ooane and tTTOund sohu.
Dried Apples-Firm and Iu fair demand at lOc.
Dried Psaekes-In moderate demand at 278.c
for peeled, and I819c tor unpeeied.
Patatwea Peach blows in good demand and
steady at $(,1(X1,12 lor prime, and 8VJ81.iw for
common to ccod.
PstcreleuM Quiet and lower. Be fined r,2aSSc.
Ptmh- Quiet ai d steady at the following quota
tions: White Pish, halt barrels 18 50; Pickerel,
half barrala, 0830; Truut, half bir -is, 790; Bar
ring 88,A0 per halt barrel.
irflll Peed In good request and firm at OSOwOnf)
tft,08. Oats and corn ground togetuar tAiptMs.m at
M la-Steady at the follosrfng quotations:
Llnxwed SI 87 I Whale. W B tl -
Uarbou 2rt C3 Ktopbant. W B I ,' -
bard l 1M& I Sperm, W S 3 4 -
Bank li" I Straits i it
Groeertea The Grocery market has ruled very
steady during the past week, with only a moderate
business doing buyers generally holding back for
lower prices. Holders, however, ate firm at quota
Bra Porto Btoo l7)ta3lo; Cuba 17a20c; Bew
Orleans 18a2lc ; yellow coffee 32a2c ; white cof
fee 35aZ5Hc ; crushed, powdered and crannlated 38c
Corraa Bio 47a4c ; Java 3'a.Vc; Slararabo SO
Sncxa Allspice, V K 33a35c ; Cassia 83c; But- I
megs Sl.flfla ; Cloves ooa ; Pepper 46afloc.
WrmriPa Tha ranm fa SI JVtml aimHina t
maun lus ibuhb is irvuiiu, acwiuiiiif, w quju.
.gaJjr.ln ahoifia, la wnotad, at trOrwaSl . M
TaaU-Tb market Is ?ery firm at UisfoUcrl&f
Young Hyson, hi f. to com, T So fi bi
" " SUP. tO " 1 Si A1
M M extra to 'h"' ,..,,. 1 M i&
Imperial, sneerior to fine, tt 1 20 sal
' extra to rhii- - 1 75 fkci
Gunpowder saprior to flue, e a 1 SO tttl
" extra to f.hnii-m..,., 1 96 ffdl
Oolongs, Inferior to fine, ) - ,, , e 90 di
aai-trsa Irt rhnu-w . fr
Japan, flue to choice, V I h 2d $11
UaDLia eUeerlne 16c
Star Ka&e; Mould 13
Soar Cleveland chemical lOalOc; Hew York do
10aI3o; American castile 17al8e.
Dura Pgcm Baisins have advanced ; othe
kinds remain unchanited. We quote aa follows :
Bisins Layers, 9 , ffa
MB ' 5 S7
keg ?l ft M ko
Currents, i i 0 as wo
Pltrs, V 0 a0
Prunes, 1 fc
raara Peari 9c ; Pure Wo; White Ontario
10c; Silver glosa HHca ; torn Ual3o.
H4LS&ATUS DwAjeuid's chemical Wc; void Medal
Baoous t2,30aS,30 per doaeo.
Bora-Manilla, large siies, Z3a24c ; sm.U, 25c.
Waevdew Wars-li fairly active and firm. We
quote aa follows:
Extra Tube V doau.t'5 50 I Churns, No 1 Vdoi.gU no
1 " 13 1 oI.wWi3.m
ro. a - ia no I
No 2 t hoopa. 13 on i Wa-hnoards ...-.
Z:z . I 10 30 Hallboeheis,pui,d. 6
pop s ot) I K-elers. nest.. 1 an
I, . ,X,a.nYop - WoahespinsVbxSgr 1
rails, IShavkwr. e 00
On sums of less than gioo, five per cent. Is added to
Lumber The market has rale steady during
tne weea at the following quotations, with a good de
maud for moat kinds. Beoelpts have been only mod
Pine Clear -
2d f.ta.r ' ,
7. Oman 5
. 3K.mw .tit,
Pirtrt ClHr P'osjiiog, rouirh
!ecnnd ( tr Hoonng, r.-ogb
f Mine Clear, drmti
. 21 '.!)
. 4 ',AA5,Q0
Joist and Sf-antlioK...
. h,7sa s on
, 5 wt s,no
abintrlua Cleveland, shaved
" 8awd .
Hldea Unchanged and buying as followa :
Qreen, , , ,
JaliRklOS, inwn.. it ; lytMiA.
44 dry ...23ialkr
leather Without material change, and selling
as follows :
Bnffaio sole ""11 j i yuftf.
N T .Si-aniah-.
- ,,,, - ..
Waod Firmer. We quote as follows :
Clesr HIcHory. , , ff
nacn ana , , y
uixea ., a
CJeal Mansilon, Mineral Bidge and Chineewa
' raa is active and steady. Common bar. 1 to tu
men, 7Jc. eneet, common, 7 to 17, Wfrc, 18 to 24 Wfc
to 26 9H, 37 9 ; Char oal, 7 to 17. 10H, 18 to 14.
nt, to 26, lit1, 37, H - Boiler plate lt4c
Nnlla Active and firm at the follow in a nota
tions : lod up to fiOd, S7.25 ; M and 9d, n,) ; d and
7d, 87,50; 4d and W,8,0n; 3d, S8i. 12 lees per
keg. If ordered In lota of 100 kegs A per cent, off for
P luster In fair demand at tie per ton for land.
3, v per barrel for Dentist, and aSft per bar
rel for common calcined.
Ales .id Porter Steady at following quotations:
PreeentuelX Ato9,'; Btock 1XX, sut.(W totU,
w; aennett i3.w; raie urmn Si,; Porter Sll.
Halt-Steady at Cl.tV) per bnahel.
Hwpw Hange at Aa3ic, according to quality.
Tall er Selling at 10c
lalme Akron and Oswego water lime In aood
request ax wzjm.
NEW YORK MARKET—May 21.
NEW YORK MARKET—May 21. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
KlaWP OD"Ued dnll. and rlrmvprl hu a n J
lower S7,2.":ia7,3a to extra Mtate : 7.3oa7 A tor vtrm
u uimjfa vntw. aw iw.tu or irailf rtravnsld
kt clo-hig doli, witboot decided cbtrtrt,
waiaky i.27s fcr hcatt.; 81,avai3 tor Weet
' ci ij.u.r at Sl,i for the lutter.
W hetAC IHiH Banrt lskn Insiap Tk. a.. .
- - - - . ai..w Tiu (m vui rauin
ang ishactouaiR bave a drcootiie efltct. Nominal
nsarSI,hi.60fcr Chicago spring;
i;ora Kalen qnlet at 91,45 for inferior new mixed
Oata -bower and dull. 88a88Hc for Weatera.
offre-A nil, and price nominally unchanged
Har Vim. U-.eeovado li4al.o.
r CIA reals) nesw, A mot limit Tkar. a . a s a
. rwr-i;tivr auu firmer. Wdt.W lor CJ-M : BV.JW
fcrOiO DIM: 28.;.'a2! Il torna. rlr. 1.,. .
o - a, ; ' lOT ,a maa aew prioae : 827,
2vu7 50 lor prime m-a 1
l-ard rirmttr at 131
HuiLalir -MtAAuiw SkC ;m.Tr in. HhU .-. .
St-alA, "UU W
CHICAGO MARKET—MAY 21.
CHICAGO MARKET—MAY 21. [Special ot the Cleveland LEADER.]
F MNP- 1U.I( lnwav ..u. . x
anAAT-. i -F"a MH-i ai
. u ??m!, ower. Bales at 90OJH for Bo
I, and ft.,3411.2. tor No t.
Crw 3a3c towrir. ai oomi n iu.
and a i.ii7t im a Nnt '
lower. Bales at 67a68c for No L
lire dcarre auu firm.
PrwVtaiiasBSl P,.rkv n.w. 1A.BSA.
La'd ttnu m iiv, "
Wfelakl-l lim.p Oal . sa saaA-,
A - -.pe-a-ait-ii, ClOSlng
Krvltvhte Firm st 8c fer oats bi Rntr.iA
'aw-AOi bos flyur, Si.OiMi buauels wheat.
17,1 00 buahris wm, .0.1-0.1 bnsbVls ots
Hblpsnewca-gooft bb(s Hour. 6,ijui hush wheat.
W.iJOu buah corn. I'tumm ta..r,.r. u wneat.
PITTSBURGH OIL MARKET.
[Special to the Leader.]
PITTSBURGH, May 21.
sreareinm Market unlet. iih fe.ar s.ua hwaa
prices miiuialoea at former quotaUloos. BewlDta.
1,4 iB barrels.
Rose & Prentiss Provision Mather Report.
Masaa Sngar-cured premium hams B ,, ia
ham. aVl la. ...
a-v.E . a w . w" " 1 '
incn orei r
n (!, r--8nfriu--curM ft a
nicM-vr omoKHi biovw f a..,
Iar4g-P. ime It-af kettle reudnr'd ia bbls iC-l o
Park o l mes f hh, ,,.
ftxtraciar t bb, a.
awsr Ho txtra cnarire it, . Tor mau
.HMUNUeP MIVguiii. AiiartKieaarawarianU
d strictly prime, and equal to anything iu the Stale
Orders pr.mstir filled, (inr an0e.rwnw Haw.. i
kettle-rendefed Utra took, the nmi piemtam at toe
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
IN rcRxn M.r u.
SrmrCifyof (Heveland, McKay, Detroit.
rrop Anntj. nirirtzer, UDatbam.
op juame. ttoettniAn Ugdvusi.argb.
rop IN ne, Haul, . uffaH.
roe New Yuik Sli-on. Uunkirk.
P op M cbigriD, Kollo, T i It-do.
Prop kacm.:. Arthur- Bufta
rrop i ma Richmond, Bumitge, Buffalo.
rear Armada, nartleit. BuOa u.
Si hr To uruthers, ravana, BHugaton, 186 tons iroa
Schr liucv Auchard, Henderson, Toledo, MMO bashels
.SchrG o Urew. I'a'm-r Port Kowan, 104.800 feet ef
lumoer, ,ouww smug fa.
Scow l:ibland Cbi(, uaiduer. Pert Clinton,
-vow Cousin Ma'j, U aocbard. Kiark Hirer.
cow uner Girl, Cos tar, Avon Poiut.
VultHHU May 31.
StmrCity of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit,
Pr-'p frlHjue Boeman, Chicago.
Pnp Niiv, Ha t, Uilwaunea
Ptop tifw Yurk, M-eoo, Told .
frwp Michigan. Hollo, Oeaeneburgh.
lr p baciuw. Arthur, bi.at.
Prop IV a u hiclioioud, 4.uuia.a,Chlcaae.
trop Akrvn. omlih. Uttdeuaburgu, 2it.u bbls flour.
Sciir B C fOMt, Chapman. Toloo.
SrhrAmetlc , Uattai-r, fort Boron 4 ISO tons eoal
fchr Pair Wh.d, titu-, rort ttowao.
rjtbr Union Btrrow. Burwil
H:ow outh-r Cirt, Coalar, Toledo.
Scj Coosuelu, Peisw, Oalhoua Creek.
" . . " 7. T, ' xetTolt
. .I T L , rln Hunt
avalmlr.a Af t Ka1Iub w.j..Ik. la '
1 killing, aa tar as aacarteln'', J.
? . , , sis persons. The
le was bjucd from o iQ . ,
laa.rf l.r.. Iki. W- "--t
rw aiday evento.
Q. W. WOODWOKTH. T. H. KSaVS.
U A.. READ & CO.
BANKERS, - - 95SCTBioa8T,
P0" "ntrrlDrlm, to ibe 0. g MM, BOHDS.
interM to - oommeuoe oo da, ol receipt uf .bMription
wr n Biajneat pr.u.inm forO.lLD, B1LV.B,
S -'-" lnter,t on D. o
llS? . 0,"""0': "II kinds of U. 0. Bonds.
? ?'0a" " lmM 'Bte of dlMOBBt.
a also at and sell oa Commlsaian.
All Kinds c ?tcoka and Bonds.
At the Ne Wk . i .nik I Ich.nae.
- A- ' .V tut . Kaakera.
ATTENTION ! PAINTJEBS.
3 tons V htte Lead, la otL
a toos Ztnc, In oil,
MS) tons ited Lead,
loo Cranau Mineral
Uw bbls Whiting,
Hutu bt.is Chrum Qreea,
bbls Chroaie Teliow,
low bbts bi--eniian(traea,
loue bbls Indian hed.
10 casks rrench Ochre,
A canks Bng Ven. feed.
Artist 'a Colors and Brushes
rTha alpova artieiewi were Ib-bmpI, i n
11! sal. at very low prlcea for cash.
,narft a n i i;n vfwr
CEED WHEAT, SEED WHEAT r
' rv ""I miu otners oan nni at-
others ean trad at
Jour union Elevator, Merwin stmei
sin el ub wheat. Also western oau
oses lor sale in lots to sut purchas
strtwt, choice Wtsooa
n oats for aaarlinAT aur-
A CADEMJ OF MUSIC! Vv
.CM. BAaa-trr any to Aaetaa Hoosa. t f
anaier and Proprietor
jasies 1.1b A.-nyM.
... " " u ....... ...... .. Tme.uruc
Pair-a op Admission tioies sod Parooette. A4, eta.!
fsmily Circle, -J.1 eta ; Oallery, 14 cu dinal.
di in rnisie rioxes, a cts. anttre Box. S2.
S3 sad t Mats secured darioit th. daj, ao'ebl!
Btlti FIT OP
Miss LUCY CUTLER.
TWO BEAUTIFUL NEW PIECES.
MONDAY Lenin. May Hi. wiU be presented
thedooi.ic nrmma called
Besioa mAnm f f, Cntler.
HIGHLAND FLIN3 Mm. LOOT OUTLIB
, flSi HADDB BTASLEJT,
Will appear la one ol her UAADilrUU BALLAD
To conclude with the ooa edy cf
T. 'y- , -r.. Locy Cutler
Superior St., opposite Bank st.
MyNTPiuiCBH Proprietor and rftonver
J u in 3. I I I r. n. ,
JUS TIM JtCUS.-.-.
..LHiec.ir of Muaie
Thepropritor takes pleasure la announcing that
he ba eiilsrsw, tbestau u oritur lc giT flct to a
B4riof gijtit-sriQ and esactanlar iramas which
wtli shortly be p'-oduoed, iu addition lo which UMie
w.U be a Bew Urup uurtaiu.
First appfaraoce ot the yopn'r Tthlepian Oomediaa
anonaijo ftt DICK PLaTT rum tie Aateric a
?J heater, Broadway, New York.
Pirst night of the bsautlful Ballet of POCA SO.
First xrp-trtn e of gather Peters and his Oritriral
First Dih o thr- lvohhl Fantorolme of the Cob.
lt-r's r He iapp ited bj tne etstiro company ef
:o ialntd aritata.
Admission Psrqntte ,t t.eas Cii-rU . Mll 9 cta
beaw-rved Orchosira Mails 0 fts.
W The !)-; am ly matinee will take place Sat
ur-lay, the irith lust.
The grand aVjuestrtan fpectac.lar Drama of
Is In active rreparmt on and wj; shortly be produced
g K A f N A K0 ' 8 HALL.
Mr. A,yXD S. P2AIZ,
The Yoong and Distinguished Pianist and
Bsspectlnlly annaonnees that he will give
Two Grand fpf rUc. aria Instroajea.
In thhrtty on Wsdnea'ay and Thursday Events;,
MaytftnaDd th. MeisWd by a numb-mt ICf cZJZ
Aittstsol tbs Hetaea's Italnaa UsmTrOTiee fros.
the Aced mt 01 N,v T r m.viT IM
GIFT BOOK STORE
Pejrwan. y K.ralat
BEND FUU K CAtALOaUl.
All Books Pold a ''nbUshers Pric
BsSrUBtaloarnes lrlatlr Vr-e w .fly bibIisbb
Hny your Photoaiapti ..buna at the Metropolitan.
Bend for a Descriptive Catalogue.
Bay year Bible ti ,,, Uttrpiimk.
SEND FOR A CATALOGUE.
Boy your Prayers U the MftropoIlUa
SEND f OK A CATALOGUE.
F Head the SMUI, W .n. neln. .Ihn. wnm . .
wsot and I wlii - o-l yo tne best ln tbeOiate lor toe.
P'ice aud a heaJsoiBe l.t wltbeach.
a orrr woata rsosi m era to noo-
Wl'U 8 sjicts Book.
BEND FOE A CATALOGUE.
FA11 eommnalasHona .ban Id besxtdwjaxstlsr
Wo 4HreWr-.t .
1)K, W. VV EL LS;
Member of the Royal Collego' jf pjejoian.
1 1 1 wpsprtar-ac.. V .---i
wSvelsxasA Ok la.
V ill be ha ddt to mot
1 nor who are am 1 c-
loareatrlic- - m . f P, .
iMMea. H.r fWapff J
is entirely $f jw--?
ted with sui
:a. Lirer .
01 .Heiaory, Ntcto m.i
'lH0, rmpwme. Nexnal
.hlllo Atopuon,, Ulcrat"d Sore La.c
. ' "V-Wt SAL "ail B, I
D,J2?' 04 "V "lartder and Miners.
lceratd Sore Leaa, dtrletnres,
. '"""'on paid to ail dl.
',w and reiiatile traatment or all
DISEASES OP THE EYE AJTD Ttf R.
ahenta ot eltder aex llvtn. . hi.u . k. -
tMinil tuelr dlaeane In wrlff... ri.ln. .kL
arinpio-na, can obtain raedl-lnt-e with diiectioos fi.i
Ducsor Wells' Electro Chemical Baths, ff
' vure 01 an unronio inseases ar,i
ar- Npermatorrhe. oan be eaectnv i a.
i-j, uvariuent. ' eorsw ay
Mnitina hours Irom e A. as.
v 8 P. A P.O.
N Otters Will be answered
.resj ther contain a
0 SE. Onb Aoeb or Lahd
jsutu streec,opp-iiM water iraavenoo.
' w t V M a U a. I II iw.
Bt-ai BsU'.e Ageu'ta.
)R S LK 10 12 A ob is OF
! land on t. lir Boetd. tbrve miles from the
(,i an tioona UMtiMid h)use on 1'. Also, a fine
IM oi tearing trait trees, gTn vines, c Apply to
apw is oaf frtaiHtiac
, oa r- PltN llsd.
OT3 FOUSAL!L 185 Ft. Kaom
en UDtiior St.. ouroar of M uiraon-Ht. Alau
lot lb. 17 and .4, Wfiv feet trout aacn.ou 8o
p ior-Su, east of Muiraon-rtt. Alan h jsst trout
ot bpnng'C t , rri n muff bur to the litroastt track,
t Hat !and on wbich a part of the Wood Shed of (be
(J! 'veltixtrl, ('olnmbuaa locinnatl BniLroad aamutla.
A'Ju .7 feetMucbee trnnt oa - ham plain -t., Dettwrt
ti rx-ti the Dw City t'onrt Hontfe.
Viror terwis enquire o' fAlBK A VVADB,
' ear.) V- ' :a
AsstSTAirr utrAETCUMsaTn's Orrid,
Cleeiand, u.. Hay 14, laM. J
n be undersfraed will pay one hundred andforty
nriiSl45) dollars for 'Javetry Horia that will pears
rn-4M-tin notil further nonce, at Oo erumeut In -
sp cujyard on Long street, in rcarot Aatest City
ti' ca. i
lorses presented tor tnspecrlon must be flfteem
h, od- btatn, frcjs Ave to nin years Ota. of ark col
o , sound and ln good health
UU It ta. BIT A 1ULRH,
rteivlT-t'St ''tpts.ln ari' Q S. '
Ums Cieviuio Tmoa Mimiho,'.,
Ci.kvci.kan, .ay IS.h. UM. f -
TIVIDEND NOTICE Thi Di-
I 9 rectors oi the C level an I Iron IB info Cewjaav
hve cntsday dcla-ed a-t extra rflvtde d of Viva
D liars (6 per share payable oo the 3i ol Jan
next. Stajcaboldars reglsteied in the Bw lork
kriauka will be paid at tje otBceof the germs
an and Trust Company, in thaat eity ; all otbera
will Da paid at tha office of tne Company ia leve-
t nd. Transfer booas win ociostl .r,m roe a aw
tlie 13th June iDOUaiTa. SAM. i. MATdla,
Tpav''-' '"'l TV-T,t-r. .
1 i'KATHEB DU8TKB3 A r.L Sr-
I AUD 150 TiiiOis Citt asp
y j vv.ern: Ifl P rrn.fcwcB'. fctttl. rasd-r--!. .
t OUR O'V iN
itilervHii trom the oi'l ;ri-tji- - JW' ' 1
p.,u,,.ud -O.M4 9-x-?-!t-4f-:- J
caoloos aud eOectlve. it ; -1 , f
i4ea 01 Nervous sod ' I
tVneral fleMlltyTilee- t - :' ;"i T?W'i s i ' I
ruu, (knsamptkrt, V V I f V f J
it.. Throat Dimamm " " '
Insweeia. Uvar sa : - '-. Si- I