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TX)R SALE Building oa Lawrence-st,
-A- to be veninved. Snltee-'e for rait 1 dwl)in or
she. P-ioosVlaO. Jjl. O. J EH SIX OS, Atveter
O T RATE D. From the p remix of the
- novniMT in uover Towntnts, a ray as-re,
mark-d by a sm.li star in t- eb-ad; trot end recks.
niuiinoii unairi'-a na iter on. a d j pripo
ttirniug or giving Information WDerf mav li.
uti will trt ub.'raXy rewarded.
,'ANTKD Immediately. t J. .
ihiphebti'J. thr n at clise tilers to
w h m eood wag .will be p&ia. mcnzi :lv
C)R i3ALS bOUiK AND LOT, 129
C I,,ketrei, cvner Wed a-!d L,k, within tha
g-cond VVaid. d stinenisnt-d tor ita wealth and good
cii7f9hip. nod within lap minuus wall f om ilie
rn"'ic iNioafr, ruai-uiiioa, aiarx-i, pnnc'p l t erota
eol bosi&ess stre-to. lia.- brick a d withe win?,
aublta tlallr and tastefully luilt, arranged with
rt-ieraoo. alike to ooiutn.nd coovinieooe. harm,
aa arf'b.trnc'el ami U-eutful view of the Lak-f and
fumwhad with !Lk, water, sea anl rurraze. Tha
no e le (rod cno iii. To. mi reasonable. I-'au-
a c by the let o! M-y, wiii be for lent. Ioiin- oa
to pr.in-a r at ihecfiieeof lira. Biair and Sau-
an. j riiDi'C sqntre tncDJVMW
AIR LOST LATH, SATURDAY
- n'-rh-, FtwenSt. Clair and Cheshire rts, a
sin "i LK'iier (JurU. at cnel t a sniill corao. me
Tiud-r wiHc nfr. t&.ir br vitas .ha at the U
ton T:ckt Vfhi. frupriiir it rot. mM Jii
HOUfcE AND faEVEKTEKif ACBE3
on L kefcbrt-, o cf 'te threideBe of Henry
U'ANTKD TO JiKNT.-A 6MALL
H0-19b; eoctaii fnr four or ftT- roonu. Arf-
nai.ri'bi tc.mi and kcftti.'H,J. 1L H. c,re of
x-e j.uoriii.co. mnxa :i'.o
DETKOLEUM LAND FOB SALE
- At &ut r-rwk, Huron coo My, Olilo, on a
braoch of .be Huron river, contra ui to a Peiro-
faii.ib,M.t,D' ol Fetroi unj .n Uio premifl, about
oi tna, so-.a q i log ticoH, two we n, a
1jk ci-to, aip e, peach, p r at,d clwrrr Irew.
.k. .uHwurrr PR, iapueiriee and corratita, all lu
vrmtutg cuoaiiifu. ana in a liealibr local tv.
tor iie clieap gr cnh. ACdux U. a. I'UND.
linear iod, iao:i county, mo. ml; : 91
UIASIED A OiBLWHOUXDEO.
T A N LS rene.al hoosework, to do th" work of
Biusu iy. aim i ouaDie togtvegwoa rxlerence.
1JANDSOME COTTAGE HOUSEand
f-- mrg Ijo on atr-et, front r. nin'oa
.uL1' trct- marib:i95
qO LET Three Storv Brick Store, oa i
Slerwin ttreet ftrnirirly occupied y tieorge
w ibhw. .fly. U..Aa1lliU3, Aiwa.er C10C1L.
K SALE A House and Lot ou U&rden
treat. Iia.r Tn't-T Vi WJ Nonu :n'hi ituLt
in aoud tepa r. neirty paiuteU. and comm muclv at-
fic. Lt ii fcr;t br aut,' atib ?oid iiiuLbrr and1
'"-, ajf-Mi Dare, tuoa t e a iluo biDo( car
rise -cbej, woMi-he , a to d aei and cutern ccn
eDimiv a tattled Teinit ewy. Iu4 ot IT. H.
M O LET In Atwaler Building Store
- onVnrd itreet. Alw an Office nd Bo, mi
f-oS'iaudJd nvora. J&O. (i. JLMsLNUS. 4tur
tuiut. g. marl6:l
30,000 FISHING POLES,
AT MA. 1)130
OnJertaolicitrd by WM. H. t BY. mrl:l3 ,
XX) R SALE House aad Lot on 'Willuuns
- atiee. rnce VMJ. t JU. tl. Jtaraati-S At-
watw uuoio. leans :lx
TJOCTSE AND LOT FOR SALE. Situ-
ae n Us joo ti -n of PiHbtir h and Canal j
vud ir Uqi; i Cip-r m-liiug Wurk), b-
UK 17 fowt iront on Pittsburjcu atret, at d li f-t
troaton Catai atrevt l-uiiiiiziii X3y ffeL GfOd
e L ciateru, and on bonsni. or partniuhvrB toqairw
lAua, untj. mriA:f
T?0R SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
J- 1'ODroTed Oitv Pnrwrtv ' welve Acrea of Land
Houae. Ba d and analjUEidance ul Frnit. The Grauea
will vay the iuteiAt on tue tnveatmeDt in Kaal
t'ieelaiid( on the uc id liaad, x mi ei Irom tue
x uuiics uare
girt to no general houevoik J n a ioia'1 faml- I
1. Iirerecce ieqciri.d, Apn y at bo. L4L Km
man itrret, bttewea Um Cenujiary and the brick
nit r lore. mnij:iwi
PROFITABLE EMPLOYME1NT fob
.1 iisaoiea aoiaitn. Aoarew. with stamp, . o.
GbKi; Irwin ft, American Building, Cleveland,
vdk'. mm 1:110
170R KAI.E FORTY ACRKSOF THK
-C boat juaiuyofUiaoeUndne.rfi) lamer ViUam. I
ljatree aood tan J. a . all hou e aud aood barn.
Aiao. 2lS acra ne.r uomIi 0.jriiei'j. A b autifn
place lor a hae reMdeuco ud iiarde. land, loqune I
olJ. ttaX'lU, Aat Ot'Veiano. Aio, 61 Acree I
cn Auiid atrixt, 3 mitt, frcm the ci!y. mitii:iifd I
" Harceaaanl Wajoo. laiuireof L, sOLMAM,
iautiuici nuc. mij5:lw
HOUSJfi AMI LOT ifOK SALE. A
nee r-iBc ti n ted cn the corner o Erie and
Kockwui a it.. No. lib, about five niina waJk irooa
too ti;d'.l. Uouts. lue pi open v u in g od cjodi
tiou, bting ui.l piioicd . nd pipred. Tn boa-e
tout i id Kuoa rooaia aud 5 . loseta. plenty o water.
nJlcoubiatrn.Uejipa. t4,iOU. For parucnlarsen-
7 -L1 -euof"' LmJ: At. U. JUI Jv5.
ATA BABGAI V.-FOE SALE. Tlie
' Booa.rii er oilers f r aal h; residence. Bitnsttd
tfj atid hall uiiie.- tiuui ilto Court lioutf. in a rerv
' deaiiabie locally. rJ li Lot covra u-n anu 01 e half
avcre. o. fxceediuel c.-ice lauo. and contaiuB aa
Lattdancta ol Miicuoer.'; ilttit,.bvrry tnte aLd
Straw bei ry p'a ; (i a Vine (.a ot4 aasori ent ; ;
agool Urchjarl nve eara old, courjiBiiug 01 upward
nneuij ap it, retr, riuuiu iai.u ot-rry iree; at
wo a numb r oi yuitc trot a, allot vhicharejurt be
CinLiLg u b.ar. Tl House u br.clt, near y new,
con aiioe 9fT-niof:y roons. XLe larn. Carriage
bone, Oow turdd, andt tber ont-traiidii feTi, i u a
god conaition. Al'ogvtlier. it is a very desirable
ltJiiAuc-, aiid will b.- told cUoap itr caeh or long
.' aa a. sir;. &ujU'r at ius ot. uiaur si
ixiiit:ii3 JUHS ALaXAkK.
T?0R SALE. TWO PORTABLE EX-
k- tiISaS, aaitat le lor Oil Works. They have 3
iuch Hues, wiU burn wood ore at, and are especially
rrau.'e4 tor tbe Oil buslntss. A poly soon. Address
ju.as m, Ktc, "Uobb-ion iUacbiue AVorks,"
IORSALE UOUlSJS AND LOI ON
Korect street. House large and commodioa : Lot
xv ieet o aUt, wan an auuiiUaoce oi nue surubns y,
ajd good iruit, cboioe graphs- aad a gjed barn.
iernieasy. i.ciuix-ol V. W. UAti , Aerj.. ! bu-
pbilur lUwU au22:lU
r(A(A MONEY ADVANCED
VvtUUJiiiBrim,touit at tbe old stand and
etl-knon A(iMi,li'o 1-UAN OKFloK, m becn
ntie o) evey kind, vix: Gold and bilver Watcliea,
laiuoAius, cner ate, jewe r , uuus, rifltois,
cioib ug, uiy UtotLi, fiauos, Melodeons, aud all per.
oi.al ptopeity an-J ariclut of vaiu, on the nioit aat-
H.nttory teraid ilusinees stricny private, ksiab-
L&ued leil. ft .B. A variety ol uaredenmed Watch
e, J Wtl.y. Guts. etc.. or talent b&riraiua.
Olbce corner ot Wuter aud superior aueeta, orer
ava eaAUAvlWI IVltllAlg ObOfb.
ct J. C. a W. WAQKKB.
ffOll SALE THE LARGE DOUBLE
jl. House, S3 -nd Pos;ect street, tuitab e for a
4"ardui; bouse. TcrniBeay. kiDyuirj of COW AY
V.AUbLK, at the jffioeu; Backus .Noble. Iel3:k'
ANIED IMMEDIATELY TOR
' tbe OurbTTnAAlcri I lpMrl mrn Naaht-ilU
Tun., iuti Labo! ers. Wages, rr no itb and ra
ti.aw ISoueuetd appl bu-stout, a. le.bodie men.
iu!ug j engage r bix nn'iitnn. i rausportatK n
i- ru sbid. A piy to D. fctii.lt V. OO U. 0. Agent,
moierciiaj H'-nse. C:ev Inn.', O. M ill leaTe Lleve- i
D. W. CACE,
Allcrncy nt Law, and
Authoiized War Claim Asenl
Orrux 168 Scnaioa Sr., Ounuii, O.
&curea Paraiors, CoMecta bonotiea. Back Pay and
rnnaoiej, atd fr.trcatoi atr uiauna
of aviry description.
OaVMr Aieociate t waahinirton rlvra particn-
isx atteotic-n to the Be.tlemM.t ot OFA10Aha,
QJDAlt rsos hSTine Claiva agairat the Got.
ernntm auonfd app-y to me at onca.
VwOoaimubications lc:o ing atampwlllrceiTa
jirooirt attebtioa. mnio
. Orrm or Comptaollb or tub Cviemct,
AfiMiMATon. Feb. 7. lbttt.
YJ HEEEAS, by eaiisfactory e vide ace,
f T prevented to the u "d - re 1 pried. It has been
madet pear that ha "5 ATI . 'SAL CITY BANK
Or CLEYaLAMV' in the City of Cleveland, in
.liie County of Cuyahoga and fetal of Ohio, has
been duly organised nudT and ax o ding to ihe
requirements ot tbe act oi congress entitled "Aa
Act to provide a Rational Currency, secured by a
ptedgo of L'vi.ed elates Bonds, anu to provide for
Ui lirculation and redemption thereoi, approved
June 3, ltA, and has complied with all the pro.
visions of aid act required to bo complied 1th
be. for commencing the haaineas of Banking under
Now, therefore. I, HUGH McCCLLOCH. Comp
troi'Tof the Currency, do hereby certify that the
NATI02.A1. CITi BANK OF CLEVELAND,
ihe City of Cleveland, in the County of Cuyahoga
and Mate of Ohio, is authorised to commence the
business of Banaine under the act sforeeaid.
In testimony when of, witnM my hand and eea!
or onice uub aevantn oav of February, lfv
l. s.j Hugh mooulloch,
Ittbl 1 97 Comptroller of the Currency.
ao tibia choice Dried Applaa.
bO kga No. 1 Lard.
IS bble freeh Higs.
jiOB'T HANSA A CO.,
169 aid 171 Blrer tt.
For sale at lowest mark it rates,
AiG half bob Lle trp-rlor WUte rish.
60 M Traot
BOB'T BAKKAA CO.,
tai J7.185 IW and 171 Blrer at,
a. - r. . P.
Atlantio A Great Waat-m 8:60 :1
A. A t. W.. X.brmln. Il,..rk 6 60 3.45
Lake Shore. u.v,..ua T rta S:60 : :
Coaoeaut Br"e Accommodation.. 1 to
Pittsburgh heelleg : 1-0 "
Cleveland A Pittsburgh, Aioom S:
('ouuibtia - . 8:06 1:45 10:
Toledo ii :IO :tJ 10:0)
Atlantle Oraat Weaff. T:S0 ait
A A . W, MaooslDg fraacnJU:iS 6.30
Laka boon, Cleroiaad A 7 30 k:t6 g:tS
tounaant or re aoooaueuan.uomlu:yu-
Plttabnnrk A I D In-M
""I" .. r" I -on k
Tol- - 90 II) B:
a.- a.ir. t.u
Detroit a (in
aTOttlsaBa wfahina eonTaraiiMk an
bora Traini or t oata, will be oalled for by Ooaohra
of Btorera Omnlbna tine, by leaTtDa tbelr addraai
OfEoe, l'7 Sosertor trea nxt
SECOND NATIONAL BANX
Deslgeated Depobitory for all Public
Aalhorti-d Sotacriptioa Agent for tha
Thiibcltis the only Popular Loan now t-ftfrra tha
Prapla. the Bank wi 1 bwp oq bad a full atwrt-
nnt or sma. ana Du all aidariptxmptlj aid ul
Five Per -Cent. Legal Tender Holes,
With Acerned Interest to date. recTd In tT
aebt fur SabKiiitioes. nod rede- m at nar ihe
Otnpont on the berea Ihirtiea preeei.tei at the
il lalao nn-chaee United StatM VanRhm re.
tiflcaiet of IndeatedDeam, and all Goternmt nt Se-
Tewperan'a Pabllc Heeling.
IM'on, French A Co.Commieaion Cad.
S. I. Bald a in A Co. light Local Hotlc.i.
Pel ton, French A Co. Flour fir Sale.
W. H. Newton KoHce.
(Xwli I A Co. ReroWirg Bitter rlohes.
Te' ton, French A Co. Corn lor Bale.
Peter roost&ble Hare Strayed.
I rid Kel'y Local fioliov
PeltDrx. French A Co. Shot ta and Ship Btafi.
O. Ca ter A f on Fortimre at Anctltn.
Ba-il L. t pargler Uoraea Wanted.
Ptltcn, French t Co. Watrr Lima Ibr Sals.
O. Cntter A Soa Heme and S Iota at Amtioo.
Keadall A Ca. ImbroiCerba.
Boraea Wanted Local Nctloe.
0. Cntter A Son Beal Estate at Auction.
8. Braiaard A Co. New Song for aale.
John S. J jinlcga Building for Sale.
M. Hall A Co. Cpilng Jobbing Trade.
6 W. Ca'kin Union Wa d Matttogg.
Tct sale at the ClereUnd Pottoffice and at the
The andenigned propose to issue in the
month, of May next, a complete Directory of
the city of Cleveland. Having made the
""" rr.ngemeni nave me ciiy
thoroughly canvassed by the 10th of April,
we expect to issue the work on the 10th of
May : but the publication may possibly be
. , , ... mr . . J K .
delayed until the 25th. As we intend to
make this a complete directory, containing
the name, business and address of every
man in the city, we trust that it will meet
with that success which its merits demand.
The work will oily be sold by subscription,
as no more copies will be issued than are
A limited number, only, of advertise.
monts will be received. For terms, Ac,
apply at the Liadxi Counting Room.
E. CowLxa It Co,
On all the principal cities in the country
for sale at the Cleveland Post Office at the
following rales :
or amount not exceeding $10 - 10c.
" exceeding $10 and under 20 15c.
" exceeding f 20 and under till 20n
Eastern Mails. Vo mails have been re
oeived at the Post Office from New York
city of a later date than Wednesday. The
great freshet has completely stopped travel
on the Kew York Central, Erie and Penn
sylvania Central roads. No mails from
Washington of later date than Thursday,
have been received. Neither has any mail
arrived from Meadville and the oil regions,
since Thursday last. The clerks in the
Post Office are now having some elegant
Citt Coukcil. The regular meeting of
the City Council will be held in City Hall
this evening, beginning at seven o'clock.
Ackhowlidgemests. Our thanks are due
the Hon. E. F. Wade for late volumes of tbe
Congressional Gbbe, and other valuable
Fo the Islasds. The Sandusky Register
says that the Island Queen would make
her first trip to the Islands yesterday.
Navigation is opening.
Tbe finest grades real thread and lama
lace mantles on exhibition, Wednesday,
Recbcitibo. Lieutenant Thos. Mann is
succeeding capitally in recruiting for the
197th O. V. L He. will make one of the
best officers in the service. Recruits will
find him a gocd man to be under.
Rkfaixtihq All the steamers of the
Northern Transportation Company in this
port are being repainted. The tug Peter
Smith la also coming out in a new dress.
Lac La Belle was yesterday having the
year's tan and freckles removed, pre
paratory, we suppose, to the applies' ion of
rouge brush and the powder cloth.
To those who wish to examine the
choicest stock of spring garments ever open
ed in the city, we would say, be sure to
at the elegant essortmcnt, on Wednes
day, at Baldwin's.
PoLica Court. The following cases were
disposed of at the Police Court yesterday
Disturbance James Halpin and George
McKee. Cases continued to the 29tb.
Drunk Patrick McGuira and Thomas
Gallagher, fined $1 and coats, each.
Resisting Officer Simon Hogan, fined $5
Grand Larceny ErasLus Condall and
Jonathan Watts, bound over to Court in
Residing in House of 111-fame Margaret
Wing, Elizabeth Marshall and Amelia Dirk,
fined $10 and costs.
Visiting House of III famo Henry D.
Willson, James D. Moore And Jos. Hodges,
$10 and costs, each. ...
MURDER AT ROCHESTER.
MURDER AT ROCHESTER. A Landlord Shoots Down a Returned
Soldier in his Ball Room.
We have received from W. W.'TTelaher,
of Rochester, Lorain county, a eommunica
tion concerning a murder committed by
the landlord of a hotel in that place, James
AASg by name, on Monday night of last
week, which was so completely without
provocation and to devilish withal, that it
waa with the greatest difficulty the mur
derer waa kopt from the hands of a mid
night mob thirsting for hia blood. Oar
correspondent's statement it as follows
On Monday night, the 13th inat., about
12 o'clock, the inhabitants of our village
were aroused from their slumbers by the
cry of o urder coming from the hotel kept
by one James Lang, where a dance waa or
had been in progress. Two men, named
Mitchell and Taylor, were employed
musicians. Lang and Taylor got into some
dispute, and used hard words. Lang in
sulted Taylor most shamefully, calling him,
among other things, a d d son of a ,
and ordered him to leave the house. Tay
lor quietly withdrew, and conducted him
self like a gentleman throughout the whole
disturbance. Aa his comrade passed out,
ful'.owed by the landlord, Mitchell said to
Tay lot, " I would take that from no man
Lang immediately applied the same Ian.
guage to him, saying if he wanted to take
it up, to come on. Mitchell s'arted to go
into the house after Lang, who had stepped
inside, when he (the landlord )drew a pistol
and shot Mitchell through the head, the
ball entering the left eye, passing clear
through the brain, causing death in about
Great excitement prevailed. People
gathered together, and Judge Lynch waa
frequently spoken of, and would no doubt
have been quickly summoned, but the offi
cers arrested the murderer immediately,
and hurried him off to the County Jail,
where he awaits his trial at the coming
Mitchell has just returned from the
army, where he had served out his term of
three years, a true and tried patriot. He
waa a very exemplary young man, and be
loved by all who knew him.
Bold Bubqlabt. Asixst er las Bckglaa.
A bold burglary waa committed in this
city last Friday evening, which has been
hushed up by the police until they might
make the arrest of the daring criminal. He
was arrested late Sunday night, and the
following particulars of the affair may now
be made kown :
On Friday night Eingsborough and Bprague,
grocers on the east side of the PublioSquare,
next door to Tasoott's paint store, closed
their grocery as ususl, about seven o'clock.
Mr. Bprague left his overcoat in the store,
and about eight o'clock went in to get it.
He thought he heard a noise in the cellar,
and struck a light to explore, when he dis
covered that the money drawers ,of the
debk were drawn out, and his paper shuffled
and mixed up. At this point he distinctly
heard footsteps in the cellar aa of a man
hurriedly groping over litter and boards to
make his escape at the front cellar door.
Mr. S. snatched his revolver which hung
within reach, and as he got out the door
the man was seen running up toward Eu
clid street. He fired twice before he turned
the corner, and athird time plunged a shot
at the man after he had turned up said
street. The last bullet struck the sash of
the show window of Mrs. J. C. Bunker's
fancy or miliner store, shattering a pane of
glass. The ball came near hitting a Miss
Crawford who was passing at the moment.
The fugitive fell at her feet as the shot was
fired. None of the shots took effect as de
sired, and the man made his escape. Miss
says he was a colored man.
This was the only clue the police had,
save the cap of the fugitive, which he lost
as he tore through the cellar door. The
upper half of this door was a window. He
had made his entrance through this, hav
ing evidently descended the steps and
kicked in the sash, as the glasa was lying
on the inside. The cellar was used in com
mon by the grocers and Mr. Tascott, and
from it a person could easily pass up into
Suspicions were at once directed to a
colored man who had recently been em
ployed in the cellar, and who alone, beside
the parties owning it, knew the exact ar
rangement of it. A man named James
Johnson, waa arrested Sunday night as the
supposed burglar. He is dressed precisely
as on the evening of the burglary, and
wears a bran new cap exactly like the one
he lost. This last fits the prisoner's phre
nological developments to a t, and there is
other circumstantial evidence which will
no doubt make the case go hard with him.
He will probably be examined Wednesday
morning, and be bound over to theCourt of
The new spring oloakings in Saxony,
French and English manufacture will be
exhibition Wednesday morning at Bald
Bills roa IxsracTios or Paoddci. The
laws now on the statute book in reference
the appointment, duties, Ac, of Inspec
tors of grain, spirits, and several other ar
ticles of merchandise, having been found
defective, bills have been introduced into
the Ohio Legislature, designed to modify
said lews. The Board of Trade of this city
took the matter in hand last Satr rday, and
ppointed a committee of ten to investigate
case, who reported yesterday afternoon
certain amendments and alterations to the
bills now presented to the Legislature,
which they inclosed in a letter and sent to
State Representative, for the considera
tion of the Legislature. It would be im
possible to give an intelligible idea of the
amendmonts proposed without the publica
tion of the features of the bills in question.
Misses' sacques, basques and circles, for
spring, on Wednesday, at Baldwin s.
Tei Blow or Fxioat Night. The great
blow which, on Friday night last, strewed
streets with signs, clapboards, shutters
awning-rods, seems to have had agents
like character abroad. The Sandusky
Register says that telegraph poles, open
shutters, and the south side of the rebel
on Johnson's Island were blown
down. From what the occupants of the
Island say, the wind was a great deal se
verer than on the main land.
Diagonal water-proofs of very extra
quality, on Wednesday, at Baldwin's.
Navigation Opii The schooner whose
arrival at this port on Sunday we noticed
yesterday morning, was the W. L. Man
ning, Capt. Argyle, of Black River. She
loaded with wood. The scow Supply,
Gilmore, arrived yesterday morning
the same port, and loaded with wood.
These are the first arrivals this season, and
navigation may be considered open.
The new Scotch tweeds saennea at Bald-
will be opened on Wednxday, Id
Accidents on Our Railroads.
Editoes L kadis : It may not be gener
ally known that a large proportion of the
accidents on our Railroads, which are now
almost daily occurrences, can be justly
attributable to the incompetency of loco.
motive engineers and others who have di
rect control of the trains. Those who are
in a position to know the exact truth in
tha matter have been trying to procure the
enactment of laws by the StsteLegislatures.
similar to those now in force upon the lakes
and great rivers. The laws referred to re
quire the applicant for the position of en
gineer to pass a rigid examination before
a Board of Examiners, and if he is found
competent he receives from them papers
recognizing the fact. That applicants for
the position of railroadengineer should be
required to pass an examination equally
severe, if not still more rigorous, is evi-iont
lrom me tact tnat such engineers have in
definitely more responsibility resting on
them than have lake engineers, aa the bulk
of travel goes by land and not by water.
The writer of this article has for the last
twentv years been behind the scenes, and
he asserts with assurance that eight out
of every ten oi tne accidents on our rail
roads are the result, not of unavoidable ac
cidents, but of grost blundering, stupidity
and incapacity on the part of those
in charge of trains, together with
the indifference of the employers of
such men. Is it, then, wonderful that
railroad casualties are almost of daily oc
currence ? They are called accidents, but
it is a misnomer, a foul slander upon the
definition of the word, to call suobjcriminal
There is no remedy for this state of
things other than the enactment of
laws, by the Legislature, compelling the
managers of railroads to put upon engines
none but good, responsible, practical men,
men whom an efficient Board of Examina
tion declare fit persons for so responsible
positions. When this act of justice is done
a millenium oi travel has begun.
The Brotherhood of the Foot Board is now
moving in this matter. This organization
has not until lately been understood by the
public, neither has it received that attention
from railroad omoials which it deserves. It
is a Brotb.erb.iod of good, sound, practical
engineers, having branches of the order in
all our chief railroad centers. Its main
objects are to raise the vocation and sustain
and promote the interests of all good en
gineers, and to impress upon railroad com
panics the necessity of employing as en
gineers none but men of capacity and pro
ficiency. It does not aim to be dictatorial.
but to urge in a reasonable way a most just
demand, ine puouc ana especially tne
managers of our roads should sustain them
in so praiseworthy an object. The awful
loss ot life during the past year, a loss and
slaughter which can in nearly every case
be traced to the serious defect spoken of
above, demands it. Will the Legislature
give tne order a neipmg nana 7
What good engineer on an express train
for instance, rushing on through tbe dark
ness of midnight, over bridges, round sharp
curves, witn his load of precious living
freight, held, aa it were, in the hollow of his
hand ; his strong hand grasping the "throt
tle valve," his head projecting from the
window of the cab, his eyes, which never
quailed at danger or death itself, trying to
penetrate the inky darkness ahead by the
aid ot the lurid glare oi tne "head light.
every nerve stretched to its utmost tension,
the wind, sleet and snow driving and freez
ing against his face, forgetful of self, mind
ful of others what engineerof this descrip
tion wants to meet round the next curve
the glare of the "head light" of an ap
proaching train, thirty minutes ahead of
time, driven by men of no experience or
capacity? The Hash ol that "head light
to such an engineer is.
"The lightning's red glare piloting hell oa the aky.'t
A fearful crash is the result, and the groans
ol tne maimed and dying cry to heaven
against such monstrous murder. The affair
is trumped abroad as an "accident." This
is no fancy sketch. The writer can refer to
to many accidents of that precise character
Moatis aid Wilsos's Mikstsjels The
Academy of Music waa crowded last eve
ning on the occasion of the appearanoe of
Morris and Wilson's Minstrel Troupe, and
though there was perhaps not a single one
in the house who had not witnessed Etbi
opean delineations many times before, the
indications of satisfaction manifested,
showed that all the "first love" for this class
of amusements was resuscitated by the un
exceptionable performance of this company
as a whole and of its individual members.
The music of the troupe, both instrumen
tal and vocal, is among the best we have
ever heard from similar organizations, and
their selections were new and pleasing
Their closing acts were of the most laugh
able order, and were worked up in capital
style. The funny business, which devolves
upon Harry Pell and W. H. Manning, is
rarely committed to better hands. The
dancing, clog and fancy, was highly cred
itable to the danoers ; the latter possessing
the virtue of being free from that extreme
effort to burlesque which in too many cases
is carried to the verge of vulgarity. Tbe
feature of last evening was the "Master
Concert" by the string and brass bands, in
which a great deal of very goodusic was
interspersed by some very pointed and ac
eeptable comicalities. Altogether, we re
gard this troupe as deserving a libera
share of patronage from amusement-goers,
The second entertainment will be given
Those elegant Parisian pattern mantles
at Baldwin's will be exhibited on Wednesday.
Ewobd PisssirTATioa at Obixlim. We are
informed that on Thursday evening of last
week a splendid sword was presented to O.
S. B. Wall, the newly commissioned colored
Captain of Oberlin, in the College Chapel
of that village, by Pref. H. E. Peck. A
large audience were present, and were much
interested in the novel exercise. Prof.
Peck made a very appropriate presentation
speech, which was responded to in a few
well-chosen words by the Captain, J. M.
Langston, Esq., was then called out, and he
made a very happy speech. The occasion
was as pleasant aa novel, and the testimo
nial wss an honor to those who'gave it, as
well as a deserved tribute to him whe re
BjThe grand cloak opening will take place
on Wednesday, March 22d, at E. I. Bald
win & Co.
Flaorast Violitios or thi Bioiwalk 0a
niHANCi. Late yesterday afterncoaja horse,
attached to the fore wheels of a buggy,
dashed around tbe corner of the Russell
House, and galloped in full tilt down the
broad pavement. As might be imagined,
people on the street were struck with con
sternation, and got oat of the way with
alacrity. The horse was stopped some
where below the City Buildings, and led
by a policeman. As he waa arrested by
legitimate officer, it remains to bo seen
how the offender will stand in relation to
the sidewalk ordinance. Perhaps, by way
punishment, the "thunder" will be
stripped from his neck 1
Femoral. Major General Carl Schurt
waa in the city yesterday, but left in the
evening for the east. He was here on bus
iness concerning recruiting for Hancock's
J. N. MoCullough, President of the C.
P. Rairoad, and E. C. Jennings, of the
Milwaukie and Prairie Da Chien Railroad,
were in town yesterday, stopping at the
Professor H. E. Peck, of Oberlin Col-
leze. recently appointed Consul-General to
tyti, was also in the city yesterday.
Lost BotFootib. It has been stated al
ready, that Johnnie Wilkina, son of Mr.
Wilkins, No. IT Wood street, had either
been lost, enticed 'away , or had run away
from home. On Saturday morning of week
before last he left his father's bouse, and
was not heard from for nearly a week. All
the particulars are not known, nor the
most essential ones, and will not be until
the arrival of the boy, who wss expected
lsst night. But it it known that he went
to the Union depot, and there encountered
a man named Bisaell, who by some means
persuaded this lad, thirteen years old,
to accompany him to Sandusky. Arrived
there Bissell took him before tbe Probate
Judge, declared that his parents were dead,
that he was requested to become his guard
ian, ic, ire. Having accomplished his
object there he repaired (o the Provost
Marshal's office, with the intention of get
ting him recruited and mustered into ser
vice. He swore that the lad was over
eighteen years of age.
Whether Johnnie was mustered in or not,
is not yet known to his friends here,
but at any rate he accompanied a certain
Captain to Columbus, as his servant 1 Be
fore leaving Sandusky he sent a letter to
his father, received- last Friday, stating
his whereabouts and destination.
Meantime, Mr. Wilkins had telegraphed
to many recruiting centers aud places of
rendezvous, but could got no intimation of
his boy. The distraction of the parents'
minds may be more easily imagined than
As soon as Mr. W. learned the where
abouts of the boy he took steps to secure
hia release, and Johnnie was expected to
arrive last night from Columbus.
We could not learn whether tbe men
Bissell has boon arrested or not.
False Alasks. Two alarms of fire were
sounded yesterday, both of which proved
false. The second alarm, given about one
o'clock, signalled box 1, and it was reported
tuat the Union Depot was on fire. The
false alarm occurred in this wise : Some
workmen were engaged putting up a tele
graph line which had blown down, when
the wire struck the fire alarm telegraph
wire, and thus gave the false signal.
Rec&citiko. Nothing was done in the
way of recruiting at the Provost Marshal'
office yesterday. The warm spring weather,
which bas enervated everybody, seems to
have affected township committees, aud
wilted whatever weak spirit of recruiting
they may have had.
Alaemiko Ills is 3 or Pbovvbt Marshal
Colliks. It was thought yesterday after
noon that Captain Collins could not survive
the day, but be wea a trifle easier last night.
Small hope, however, is entertained of his
recovery. He has been sick of lung fever
about ten days.
Est. Dr. Pbiestley's Lxctcbxs. None of
our readers will forgot the lectures of Rev
Dr. Priestley, of Pittsburgh, in tbe U.
Church, Erie street, oa Wednesday and
Thursday evenings next. Subje:ls: "From
the Red Sea to Mount Sinai," and "Walks
in and about Jerusalem."
Pkokotiohs is Noxthebh Ohio Requests.
The following promotions in Northern
Ohio regiments were announced in Colum
bus on Friday last :
1bt Ohio. Major Ephraim 8. Holloway
to Lieut. Colonel; Cape. Ezra Dunham to
Major; first iiieutenanu it. A. intuit,
Henry G. Delker, Wilson F. Miller, John
Patterson, and beward S. Palmer, to Cap.
tains, and Sergeants C. C. Hueston, Alonzo
D. ilosmer, P. Warrener, Charles Ham
mond, Philip A. Bowers, and Philo A
Beardsley to First Lieutenants.
179th IarAHTET 1st Lieut Henry H,
Crane to Captain ; 2d Lieuts. Poter J. Me
dick, Wm. A. Drumheller end Samuel M
Alkire to 1st Lieutenants ; and Sergeants
Wm. iberly, Kobert w. Jdamiton, Harvey
H. Campbell, Lafaytte L. Trask, and Fred
erick: itoasn to 2d liieutenanls.
72d iHrAKTRT 1st Lieuts. Daniel W.Hoff
man, Alernit Sexton and Morris Reese to
Captains; 2d Lieuts. Edward McMahan
David Van Dorn. John Carbaugh. Sherman
Jackson, Charles H. Hudson, and Sergt.
jonn t. nunier, to 1st .Lieutenants.
On SnidaT. March lOt'l. 18 S. EDWARD Wi I..
iu juaa nauwrt, sn or tdward Brown.
Inne'al at 19 Ohio street, Tuea lay, the t'nt, at
firce o'ekek, r. a. Frnds of tha family are
UNION TVAKI) MEETINGS.
ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS of THIS
City, who desire to s care by tbelr votes tbe
upnmscyif those rrincip's whici our sjliiers
are so aal at:y maicUiniug in ihe ti.ld, and thus
aid in upholding the inUgrty ot' the Uulcn and
Constitution, and in stiilutica blow to ihe
disheartened ana t ttetlogr re'l on, sre requested
to meet in their estetive wards, oa Weineslay
eveuiog ifarcb 29th. 1M5, at o'clock at the
follow .rg pt'cea, v;i:
aim wra t rrn. x Engine Hotiho
8 co d Ward At the Court Housi Mflmnt.
Third Ward In the School Boom of the Bethel
lorMLV'ard At tho Engine Honee cn HuntlDg
ton BtrWf. r
film Ward At School Hcuae ft. Clair etnet.
next fast ot aKinsn street.
bixth Ward V. iRWaia on ccovill Avenue.
Seventh Ward fcogine House on A la baa a street.
fcHQtb ward Wau-b-house, on rmfnt -treet
Moth Ward At the In nine Htuse. ta Oiunk
i enth Ward At thi basbment room of the Ken-
tncky strnftscbool House.
Alevsnth VS ard t J. Cooarod's etore;
to noainate one trustee a'done as.ebtior for each
Ward, aud to appoint at the same time delegates
S lOliOWS, VIZ , IM'SC vvltTQ : ODd Mftld V
Third. Ward 4 ; FooTlh Ward 0: F fin Waid 4
Wxth Ward 9: feveuti Ward 3. Eighth Ward 3
Ninth Warda; Tenth Ward 4: Kle.enth Waid3:
whoshall meet in em' en tion at National Hall, oa
Thnra lay, arch l0th, at lu o'ch ck A. At , for Ihe
Tue folowiog Waros vis: First, Secon I, Sixth.
Eiebth, N'nth and 'I enth, will tach nominate one
member r-i tne Ucadef Edccation.
G W. CALKINS,
CVn City Central La ion Com.
March 21st, 18fl. mch2l,td
Ined Kelley, Aaq. it a Peace candidate for
Mayor of the City of Clere'and. He coc it i acted
the first brick building in tttiscity. Waacontrac.
tor for tha first pier to protect the Cuyahoga river.
Dug out the stamp, from Bank s'reet, and placed
temporary protection pier at its junction with
Always a dceciple of peace , agreeing with God
and Otriat, preciselyon thi. important point. As
President ia uncertain whether God ia with tbe
Federals or Confederates, ha would sdTiee hltn to
search God's revealed word-eo p'ain a 'col need
err th-reln " where he will find " l roof aa
strong as holy writ" that God and Chiist are both
opposed to fighting - both in faTor of peace conse
quently on neither aide. It follows, of comas, that
Federala and Confederate are both fighting
agaioat God and each otber, prodncit g death, mile
If. therefore, Mr. Kelley lson the side of God ad
Christ, he must be right, and ought to roceire tks
unanimous support tf both parties. Both a a
therefore adriaed to nominate and Ihei Totefi rfc.m
the first Mooday of April next.
Ifelectsd hewillderote more time to the da tics
the office than any cf his predecessors.
N. B. Mr. Kelley baring transformed II e Presi
dent's and Vice President's Inaugurals int op tetry
deliTac hia own in lika nieaanre. .
llaVraes Wanted. Read advertisement of
Oaptain R. S. Fpanglcr, A. Q. M., in another cot
nmn. He will pay from 9165 to f 175 for good cav
alry and artillery horses.
ITCH. WhKATON'8 ITCH.
8CRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
euro the Itch in 48 hoors-.also cures Salt
Rheum, TJloera, Cbllbla ns, asd all Eruptions of
Skia. Pries 60 cents. By seeding 60 c.nts to
Weeks end Fotttr, 170 Wastaiufrton St., Boston, will
torwatded f,ee by mail. Tor sale by all Erng.
!. mblajr dyswy
o. a. uii, . w. woonwoira. r. a. msA.
C. A. BEAD & CO.,
a bcpkbioa sr c .etilabd, OHIO,
GOLD, BILTIS, C01T03S, XICKilCI,
CANADA ADO UNCURREIT SONET.
Bnj and sell all descriptions of
Mnrj s.io Notes converted Into Sizes of 1 88 1.
fcubecripCona received for T-0 and 10-40 Bonds.
We pay bights premium for all premium fntds.
Uncnrreni mocey tken at i-west rate of irUeonnt.
axerWes so bny and seU oa Coamisttoa e l kinds
of S'ocks and Bonds at the tt. T. Stook Sx change
All orders by mail or express promptly filled.
Revenue stamps for sals. sep33
(tO 'tis a peerless boy ;
Eold, quick, ingenious, forward, cereble;
He's a 1 the mother's from top to toe,
And may be esily cared of the dread lifi destroy.
lag disease, CATARRH, by the use of Dr. 1. fl.
Seelye's L'qnid Catarrh Remedy; before it has
worked Us way down the throat to th lungs, and
thus bit sted a proud parent's hope. mch-0-.B3
Second Ward Draft Notie.-Tedej
evening, March 21st, at 7 o'clock, alt te members
of the eecosd Ward Draft Association ar nqae-t-ed
to meet at tbe Court Houae also all enrolled
nun, and all who are not enrolled bat are liable to
tha draft, and whose names will be placed oa the
Mtn of the Second Ward, your quota has get to
be filled from your Ward, and some must volunteer
snd receive the Ward bounty or be draf ed and
have ao county. Attend the meeting to-morrow
(Tuesday) eieiiing, and decide for yourselves. The
Association will be reorganized. Ihe draft is near
at hand, aid what is dons most be done quickly.
By order of the Committee, mch20-2t
Toluatecrs Wasted for tbe 6th Ward
At a mteting of the Protection Club and other
enrolled men of the Sixth Ward cn Sat or day even
ing, It was n solved to offer $400 bounty to any resi
dent of the Ward not enrolled, who will vo'nnteer
a d be credited to tbe Club ; and the suns bounty
to any enrolled man, who most be crsdl ed to the
Ward at large. The abtre amount, together with
$100 Government bounty, and aa average of $160,
which every to diera fami'y in the Ward reoelves
from tie jut-lie fund end Relief Association, will
make an aggregate of f 060 boanty for one year's
set rice. Bow is tbe time for Sixth Ward men to
show i heir patriotism, and be the first to fill their
quota under the new law,
W. P. FOGS,
GEO. A. KOLBE,
W. 8 KEBRCISH,
GEO. W. CALKINS,
W, H. STEWART,
Wood. I hSTs on hand fifty cords best quality
ol Hickory, Beech and Maple Wood from Canada,
Yard 151 RiTer street. ml8:1961 A.0. BAaSOM.
Abbey A Co., sinoe the fire of Mooday eve.
nlog, have rsmoved to Ho. 22 M--rin ttreet, atore
formerly grasupied by Geo. Sprsgns A Co., where
they will bs prepared to setts their cn toman ss
atecraita Wanted. Liberal borntlea will ba
paid for veterans snd miners, (citlxens of tha fee-
oad Ward), or aliens. Apr-ly Immediately at lis
Bank street. S. 8. B&BBIf ,
mhl8;195 Fec'y S cond Ward Draft Aas'n.
Norrta Arabian Condition Powders.
Thsotly reliable aitlc'e in use for Horace. One
26-cent. package is worth more at th s saaaon of
the year than tea basnets of oats. Bold by all
diuggltts aad dealers. nihlT:218 dyawy
f lags anti Banners.-Address G. W. Crow-
all A Co., 197 Superior St., C'ereland, O.
Beana. 300 bbls Beans for sale by
J. Q. SIMMONS A CO.,
mbltU96 3w MMerwiaat.
xrled PcMbefl. Tha undersigned bars Ibr
sale a few barrels of New Da'awaxs Dried Peaches,
tha last of the season pared and an pared.
J. G. SIMMONS A CO.,
mh!4:106 2w 60 Mcrwla street.
Batter. 100 packsges cholos Western Bsnrra
Bntter, kags and half batrels, Ibr sale at greatly
reduced prices in lots to salt purchasers, at 00 Mer
ml6:196 lw J. O. EIMMOHS A CO.
Dried Apples. 100 bb's ch-tce Dried Apples
(break) by J. G. SIMMONS A C3 ,
mhl6:198 m 60 Merwln st,
JOHN BOYCE& SON,
6S Pearl Street, Hew Tork.
the undersigned will make cash advances on
Produce contigned to Messrs. Boyoe A Son.
H. 0. DtMISO,
mhl:193 CO Merwln street.
Seeds Clover and Timothy Seed, ia small or
large 1 jU, fjr !e at the ijweat market rates by
J. G. SIMMOSS A CO.,
mhle:196 in 60 merwln strati.
Corns, Bunions and Inverted Sails
cured without pain or Inconvenience to lha patient
by Dr. DAVIDSON, Cblrofoilit. from Philadel
phia. OSoa at the Johnson Hcuse. Offloa hours
from 1 to 6 P. M. Snhl6.196
AT WUOJjEBAIjE BY
CLEVELAND, BROWN & CO,
feblS:F 29 and SI Merwln treet.
Oil Factory for Bale. The subscriber of
fers to sell his factory on Canal and Ohio streets,
with the land and buildings, being pleasantly sit
uated, compact and conveniently arranged. Ca
pacity about fifty barrels per day. Immediate Doe
aeaeion given if required. B. PEL.TON.
UtoTeiand, reb. It, 1866. feblft-.r2or.
E. B. II ALB, Hauler,
8. GOTIBffXKST L0!5 AGX5T,
111 Superior St.
EavcrlptloDi received to the
"7 3-10 PKB CXNT. ADD 10-40" NATIONAL
Co j m'sstoa allowed to Subscribers.!
WU. 8. Bonds of 18l. 6 Si's, I (Mo a. Treasurv
notes and all otber Uoveremmt teonnties pur-
cbe1 and for teWon the most feorebf trms.
Gold, b'lvcr, Coupons and Canada money bought
aad eold at beat rates, loposlts received and Col
lections made at all access 'b s paint. Cncarrent
fundi converted at lowest rates. Beven-s Stamps
for sale. oca
BAR AND SHEET IRON.
AT WHOLESALE BT
CLEVELAND, BROWN & CO.,
fobl6:r 29 and 81 Merwln street.
Orncx Buckitb Mutual Issuauoa Co.
CT.BVBLA.D. March 13. 1866,
A DIVIDEND OF THIRTY P;
f C&Nf. In cub upon the earned premium,
for ih year 1864 has been declared upon all par
t'cipstiog policies, payable oa or af-er May 1st,
Tbe f.llcwinx Statement shows the condition of
sue company :
Cash on hand and cn dpo1t...........
aiuina on unencnxD.rea Iteal aetata.
WOltli at least S114.0U0 ST.Om 0O
F. H. Bonds 15,000 00
Bulk Stocks... ... SO, 00) 00
Olher stocks, par value .. .. 114,0X1 00
Due ihe Company for premiums sxd
vmer items. .
TUal Assets 4246,143 10
LIABILITIES Nona. -
WM. HART, Pres t.
.. D. Hunaoie, Bee'y mh'&TlHo
CTJMMING3 A JENNYS, Manufactu
rers of Grand, Fqnare, and Cottage Upright
e-iA.la a II Ml rt.
No. 73S BaoABWAT, Kxw foan.
Each instrument warranted five yean.
At wholeaalaaod retail, so per cent. ieas than tne
same cias Piano eieawhera.
Dealers will do wall to examine onr Instruments
saar Head for a oatalocue. labfcSOl
JUST RECEIVED. THIS FINEST
assortment of Belt Buck lea ever In this dty, at
jeal, p aavifows, ;
DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
" ' MORNING LSADIR OFHC, 1
Mossat iTxaiao, March 80, 1866. 1
The dlspatchsa received from New Tork to-dty
aave ns fnll Information of tha work that had been
going on through tha three days of non-iutrcorse
in tt further leveling of Telnet, the whole story
6ein( told by a simple comparison of ihe prices
for ST.rjthifg ruling to-day and os Thursday last,
Tha decline, however, particularly in gold and
stocks, was not so treat as was aJmcst anireraaly
expected, and tha country was therefjrs bitter
prepared ta recein what was developed. But
than waa quits enough to show tha disquietude
and ntterTack of coafldenoe that still pervaded and
demoralized business clicks, and every thinking
businets maa could easily discern the sensitive
weakness that wss certain to give way upon lha
least pressure, but which oa tha contrary was too
helpless to regain asd hold what hid been lost.
This state of things it fully dsn onibaled by tha
fact that one or more military rumors, having
vary little probability, created the most Intense
excitement tonght, tending gald dwa 8 per cent,
from tha day rates, with tbe strongest pressure
sell, the price clt slng at 168
Of course everything Is sympathlz'ng ia s greater
or less degreawith the decline in gold, even oc ea
rn od it! es thes'arcity of which would ba expected
tomaintsla for them a moderate degree of firm
mse followl'g in tbe co Samoa movement. Thua
Ihe dry goods dealer, equally with the produce
merchant and tha stock broker, na-.tens to msrk
down with every descent of the gold barometer, end
tbe competition is as decided toward the bottom
ai it was a little while si io toward tha 'op. Where
th race will stop it w nld bs Idle to conjecture.
The following report of Stock tat-a in Hew York
at 6 o'clock this afternoon waa made to the Stock
Exchange this evenisg: 6.20ooucons, old, 106
Ohio A Missirslppi Certificatca 24, Cumberland
40, MaripoetU-, Ir!. 62, Beading 10-., Chi
cago A Northwestern 26, Cleveland A Pittsburgh
63, Chicago A Bock I land S4, Fort Wayne 78.
Michigan Southern .60. lha rates at Gallagher's
Ivsaing Exchange will be found on enr first peg.
The local mou.y market continues very quiet,
and without notable oaange. lha supply of cur
rency in Ihe hands of Bankere la ample, bat there
Is the oloeest diacrlmlnatfou maintained In the
matter of dlscounta. Exchange is steady at off
baying and par se ling.
There is a sensible diminution in the subscr'p
tlons to the 7-30 Loan in oonaequenea of tha dia
turbance of tha finances, particu'arly m the East.
Thesalts at the S ctnl Rational Bank in this city
to-day were 119,000
Cleveland Evening Stock Exchange.
MONDAY Evening March 10, 1865.
The unsettled s'ste of ihe markets East is unfa.
vtrabla to Stock op rations here, and they are
gleeted. Government uold Honda, however, sre
in mora r quest at the piesent low rates, thi 10
40'a being the favorite, to-night. The transactions
at tha Exchange thirevening were as follows
t 1000 TJ. S. 8's cf 1881, coupons s 10
2000 ' 10-40 - .
6000 " 10-40 s 10
1C0 shares Mariposa slO...
Cleveland A Pittuburgh.
CUvelaud A Mahoning,.
Liverpool Oil Co ,
ngr Creek Oil Co b30
Mcorea Oil Co
Cuyahoga Mining Co..
2000 American Gold, b 80..
MONDAY Evening March 10, 1865. N. Y. Money Market-March 20.
Itf ofiey Active at 7 IB ct.
Merlins; Exelsance Firm at loeglw.i
for fiistctaaa bills.
4joli Mora active and firmer. Opening
167, declining tt 169 adanclng to 187 declin
lag to to, ana closing at joi.
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, March 20, 1862.
Loans, . Jill. 46,661
Ppecte, ...... 2 ,66 69S
Incraaee . - .. 1,619,768
Circulation, .... 4,6111.5 6
Increase ..... 1,930,821
Fejoe l-a, 174,479 387
Legal Tender Notes . 3l,64&,014
NEW YORK, March 20, 1862. New York Stock Market-March 20.
tToTernment H toe lis Are excited and
reeeral y low.
Cal'ed Sta'es Blves of '61 coupons 107 ; 640s
coupons it , , lu-tu soutane vj. as
Niocks .t-ady R ck Island 95; Rr-J
inf.: Hudson H'6: Im Marine
Quicksilver 8; Ohio asd Mi-ai:sippl iertificet.s
34; aiicn'ga. seutnera n.'.
MORNING LEADKR CFFICB,
Mob DAT AVB97BO, March 20, 1866. )
Receipt's Tie receipts of Grain by ra!l during
tha 48 hours ending at ona o'clock to-day wtrs as
Wheat Corn Oats Bys Barley
nua, nua. nas. nus. bus
0. 0. 0. R.. 8 0 6M ,
CAT 350 66 IS
Total. 1001 !3fO tv.O ...
The receipts o the past forty-eight hours srs
meagre The market to day has been as thorough,
ly dull aa tha most extensive combination of de-
pre-.slng and unsettling 'nflnencea eonld make It,
aud were the repot ter left to the alternative of In
forming his readers ss to the condition of things
from actual transactions, a mixture of Clever and
Eggs, net on a T ry large scale either, would t
the burden of his song to d ji In grain there
nomtsally without change from last reported sale,
but there is no movement. Flonr is held at about
the old range, but i dull. The heavy decline la
Pork in New York dmi g tha past three days In
Saencf d a fall here to day, aad we mote a decline
of Ji,00 bb. Smoked Meals and Lard are un
changed. Butter is nominally unchanged, but
vary qa'at. Eggs are 2o tower and drooping. On
othex St tides ia the list we contlnce Saturday'
FrelKkta-Steady at th following rates : lu
Bail To New York, Flcnr 12 00; Wool, II 24
Dressed Hog, tl 30. To Boaton, Flour ti 10; Wool
2 41 J Dressed Boga SI 40.
FloaiMarket du'J. Ws quote nominally st
a range of IS 60910 00 for XX red ; 110 6C9U 00
for do XX white.
. Wbeat Coutinues heavy aad unsettled. We
have so sales to report and cannot give reliable
Com No sales to-day, and market nominal at
96c from store.
Oata Quiet and nominalat 74c from store.
Bye Very dall and held nominally at 11,20.
Barley There is no demand, and the market
Is entirely nominal.
-' Pork-Quiet, and 12,00 bbl lower. Cliy-pack
ad mess tow held at 134,00 ; Ho. 2 do 132,0).
Lard Steady at 24c in keg, and 2ic In tierots
Smoked Bfeata Market more quiet but on
ehangedat 24c 'or eegar-cn red barns ; lso for dried
beef; 19c for shoulders. Sales 1110 lbs Gomatcck'a
aogar cured hams, caavses-.d, st 21c ; 609 If dried
Butter Inactive. Western Reserve rcl! held
Eanca Lower and drooping, sales to-day were
27 bbtt at 18c-
Cneese Btook very light, and market Bros st
Ulajliwlnes Very dull, but holders continue
t quote at 12.it).
Alcohol Market qu'et but steady at 84,423
4,44 for 88 per cent. Keutral Proof Spirits 12 37
PofroleeUsB The market la quiet and nominal
at 8388o for reflsed.
Seeds)-Quiet. Clover lower. Salea U bnsbels
Clover at 112,00; Timothy held at 16,0035,23.
Pot toe In moderate request at CSgoOe for
prime peach -blows.
Bean Very dull, and market nominal st 12 00
3 26 for medium while.
Dried Apples Quiet and steady at ll912o,
pay for packages.
Dried Peaches Scarce and firm at 2g44o
r peeled, and 32,134c fbrnnpeelcd.
!k Flak Sca'ce, in goad request and very
armattbefoi:owing prices: Whiteith, hall bbls,
110 60 ; Trout, half bbls, 19,00 ; Pickerel, half bbls
) (0, snd very soaroe; Herring t SOperbbL
Featnem-ateadj, with salea ia a moderate
way at too for prima lire geese.
Salt Steady. Ooanafs 80; Ground Solar ft SOj
Fine II 96.
Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
MONDAY, March 20, 1865.
Cleveland, Brown A Co., maauractunrs and
wholesale dealers, Noa. 29 snd 31 Marwln street,
roport a further cecline in Iron aid Halts, the se
cond within the past t days. The market hire
Is rather quiet st present, bat It is believed that
with a store settled oonditica of taencial and corns'
BMrelel affairs, the rprtog aad suaseer hnslnsas
ia this department of trade win be targe. Ctrraat,
prices axe as follows :
nil bas raoa.
inch, par t..
BOBSS SHOB IB0V.
to 1 DJ 6-IS to inch.
No. 19 to IT
No - , ,,
Mo. 26 and 28 .
Over 28 inches wide, cent extra.
lOd to H
.. T 00
Sd and vd..
6d aad Td.
4d and 6d
On Iron (except Sheet) ordered In lots of 20 toss,
12 cents per 100 foe. Is dej acted.
On Nails, ordered tn lots of 100 kejs rr Basra, 26
cents per keg is deducted.
Terms oaah In New York Xx haoge st par, or
funds par in Cleveland. A discount ot 3 par eaaU
is made If ramltted on receipt of laoi3.
NEW YORK MARKET-March 20.
Cotton Dull, heavy and drcopisg- fates ai
67c for asiddlicg.
flour State Western quiet. Price wttbemt
b.iee at tlu 3CK8J10 20 for extra state ; 110 604
10 75 for roocd hooo Onto. sa 110 socall 2i trail,
breeds. Market closing quiet aed heavy.
Whirtky Market out! and heavy. Sales at
92 S forwesterp, closing heavy with buyers geaa
rally refusing to pay over $2 20.
Wheats Quiot and steady falsa of No. 2 Chi
cago spring at 31 9u
Com Scarce atd firmer. Old dull aed nomi
nal, ealea at 11 60 jcr common new white, and
8,3AS bush of new yeUow for tt eil 67 afloat
Wats ml; lower sad lo-stnsl st 11 0'gl OA
Coffee Firm and no hlog of moment doing.
Motaasea Dull and nomlnaL
Petroleum Dull; 860 for Crude, Sec for Be
fined ta bona, and 74c lor to free.
Pork Decidedly lower, bales at tt Sota
30 87 for half new nuee, closing at 129 26 eaan;
827 2527 76 lor 1863-4 sue is, cash and teg.
ularway, closing at 3.7 ) ouh; lie 3626 60 for
prima, aad 19 0OSa.-0i0 far prime m.as. Aleo,
3300 bbls new mew for March, April and May, at
sell-r'a and buyer's option, at 130 OOiSMl 60.
Beel Market dull -nd n-avy. Salea at 117 40
0,17 60 for liala m ss and 117 OOflil 00 fur extra
Beef Hama Heavy at lis 00.
Cwt Meats full; aJe. at 16le for
fhouldere, and )7, 9lc for Bams.
Bacon lull at I'-o for Cnmberlanl cut;
17e for long ribted, and 17c for short ribbed.
Lard Rather fiimer and quiet, casts at 173
Batter Dull; 14822c for Ohio, and Ug329
t heeee Quiet. Sales at li S.2T c for common to
CHICAGO MARKET-March 20.
Wheat lull. Closing with f.w lovers at
Curia Qal't. Advanced 2c.
4ata Lull at II 63l 53
HlKbaiaes-fcteajy at 12 09.
Provisions Dull snd nominal
Pork Prima mesa in (air demand at 137 IS.
1 inn 14 sweet-pickled hams 16o.
Heccipts-Fiour, 1800 bbls; wheat, 50,900 but
corn, 8,600 bu; oata, 7.0CO.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following sre tha rates charged by as I
fYama Suirar-enred premltus bams D !W
Urted Be3l tt tt, 18 e
Htaouielera sugar-cured f) " e
Baeosv Or Smoked Sides a rb J. 2 e
sard Prim, leaf kettle-re 4;d in bbls or trca. e
PrtxneleaXketOe-raij'diakaga D..24 e
Park No. 1 mess n 00
Extra dear V bbl 88 CO
SW Ho extra charga ansae for package or eart
as. to railroad depots or boats. All articles are
warranted strletly prima, and equal to BByt&ing im
the Btala. Orders promptly filled.
But, I A PBEETTSS..
el8-B Has. 142. 14A sad 148 Ontario street.
Forest ( ity Temtle, Ho. 62, wi 1 ho'd an
otoer 01 tneir
at their Hall, No 184 Superior atreet on WEiHl!
SAY g vet Id? March x2d, at salfpiet SI VI!:
o'e:o-k, on which occasion there will ba spanking.
A-CL, by Rev. J. H. Rylance and others.
Good Vtcal asd Instrune.tal Mtato by talented
Admission free. Tha public are levlted.
A. H. PIPE", OHAe. D. E VI RETT,
E. N. BAUoXR.
jTECTURES ON THE HOLY LAND.
Bev. JAMS PbI&TLIY, .D.,
Of Pi'tiburr, Fa., win deliver a LECTFR1 tn th.
Unit d Presbyterian Church, 111. si, Wdnes
day KTening. March 82, at T o'clock.
bTBJKCT "From the Bed tea to Mount clane.
Also, oa Thursday evening at the same place.
SnbJ. ct "Walks in and about Jerusalem. Tick
'ta to be had at . I. Baldwin A 0 'a. Palmer's
Drug Store, cornr Prospect and Erie sta., and
Hitwer A Pope'a.tntario st. Proceeds for the ben
efit of tha Lhorch. mhl8.I9
Morris tt Wilson's
TOR THB8E H1GHTS 0NLT,
Mon (Jar, Tuesday t Wednesdaj- iT'gi,
March 80,21 and 13.
Thlf Troupe consistl of 23 gentlemanly Artistes,
eeoh a Star in bis own partrcelar line.
Re- appearance of
MX. FRED WILSON,
The at at American Oiof Dancer, after an absence)
of three years, fn which time be has beta entire.
around toe w r d, having visited Amtra'la, Japan,
China and Cllfoaila, and whose poetical ilasijne
on the Grecian btatues are pronoanced Esoetaior
by admfrins; thousands wto have witnessed the im
personations. AdmlMloa OO Cla, rpper Oallery S0r
Vo n epen at 7; commence at 7 o'clock.
Will appear at Painesville, O.. fiat ar J v. starch
18th. W. A. AHBulT. Aaenc
Fasn. Wilsom, Director. C. A. Aloanu, Manager
NOTICE. The Undersigned bas been
duly appelate sdmlclstiator of the Estate
of John Linger, lateoi Coyahog. connty, Oh'o, de
ceased. Al nrsona indebted 10 th-isiata are re
qotstid to make immedtate payment, acd tboaa
hasii c cl -im. against tbe same will present them,
duly antbenticaud, to tbs nodersfgDe-i for allow.
sue-. W. xt. h'EwTOPi,
Ueveland, March 20, 1866. mch21:i97aT
EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS lor
Corah- re County, will ba held at Cleveland.
at the Court Iiouae, B- om ho. 4, 3d story, oomm -n
clnr at 10 a. k., aa follows : March 4th and 13th ;
April 8th and 16th; May 6th and 20th, and June
3d; at Berea, April l2d. ant at Warrenavuie
Center, March 26th. Commencing at this last place
at 9 a. M., and cluelng at 3 r. a.
ii. w. roan,
Febl7:20 Clerk of Examiners.
NOTICE. The undersigned has beta
dnly appointed Administrator of the Xsttte
ofWiUwea S ott. lata of strosriTille. Cniahna
county, Ohio, deaceascd
aii-iririia a. aiir.Lr.
PironirvTllle, March 13, 1865. mhl4:l97
AaSISTABT QCABTBBHASTBn'S OWTCB, 1
CtiTuua, O.. March 13. 18S6. f
NOTICE. Parties holding; Vouchers
hsned by me for the purchase cf Boraea for
the Cnlted Statia, to and iaclnding the 81st Say of
D3mbr, 18.4, are rouee(ed to nrtaeat the same
lmmeclistely at thai effioa lor payment.
BA.Si.ij Jju trA.1bi,IH,
inhlMO Opt, aad A. j. M.
OFFI0S OF WAIER-W08K-,1
ClbtbliBti. March 10. 1866. f
NOTICE TO MACHINISTS Sealed
Proposal '.end. reed "Proposals for Stoe-aataa.
will be received at tha Office uf a ater-Worka antl
March 26th. M., for makias aad ileltverlna- btoo-
gaatea raqnired for the pipe axtenaioa in 1S65.
1Mb, and epeeiucalions mar be inaseoted after
eo-day at the office of IA. nniterafgned, vttere fur
ther information may aiao be obtained.
The Board of lrustMB invlta aiachlaiata to bid
for tha work, reserving th. right to asoept or de
cline any or all proposals reoeivad.
Jy older of ttta Board. . -
mhlt:95 Superintendent and Enstoeer.
Et EGANT ANTIQUE BILKS Also
Rerrd and Po.lt d dote, in vi V rich shedra
for str.-:t and evening dreaeeB, new opening by
B, A. i ! w CP,