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Brigadier General D. C. MeCullam.
Brigadier General 3. C. Caldwell.
Bear Admiral C. H. Daris, United State,
Captain v. B. Taylor, United State
21 Major T. Y. Field, United State Marine
Quartermaster and Commissary of Sub-;
istenee for escort, Captain Charles Penrose.
Embalmer, Dr. C. r. Brown.
Undertaker, T. C. Sands.
On the part ef the United Slate Senate end
House of Representatives :
Maine, Representative Frederick A. Pike.
Xew Hampshire, Representative Edward
Vermont, Representative Portut Baxter.
Massachusetts, Representative Bamnel
Connecticut, Senator James Dixon.
Rhode Island, Senator Henry B. Anthony.
. Hew York, Senator Ira Harris.
Pennsylvania, Senator Edgar Cowan.
Ohio, Representative Robert C. Schenck.
Kentucky, Representee Green Clay
Smith. ' " '
Indiana,' Representative George W. Ju
Minnesota, Senator Alexander Ramsey.
Michigan, Representative Thomas W.
Illinois, Senator Richard Yates, Repre
sentatives Elihn B. Wa)burne, Reprsn
Utive John F. Farnsworth and Represen
tative Isaac X. Arnold.
California, Representative Thomas B.
Oregon, Senator George H. Williams.
Kansas, Representative Sidney Clark.
Wrst Virginia, Representative Killian
Kevada, Sec star James W. Nye.
Nebraska, Rspresentative G. D. Hill
rjauffh. Colorado, Representative Allen C. Brad
New Jersey, Rapresentative Wm. A.
Maryland, Representative Chas. E.
Sergeant-at-Arms United States Senate,
George S. Brown.
Bergeant-at Arms House of Represents
tiTes, 2f. G. Ordway.
Governor Richard J. Oglesby.
General I. N. Hayne, A. A G.
Colonel J. H. Bowman, A. D. C.
Colonel M. II. Hanna, A. D. C.
Colonel D M. Janes, A. D. C.
Major H. Waits, A. D. C.
Colonel . h. Phillips, U. S. M. of tjuth
ern District of Illinois.
Hon. Jesse K. Dubois.
Lieutenant Governor Wm. Broas.
Francis C. Sherman, Mayor of Chicago,
H )D. T. A. Hoine.
Hon. John Wentwoith, M. C.
Honorable 6. 6. Hayes.
Honorable Colonel R. M. Hugh.
Honorable J. T. Stuart.
Colonel J. Williams,
Honorable 8. H. Melvin.
Honorable Shelby M. Cullom.
General John A. Mclernaad.
Honorable Lyman Trumbull.
Honorable T. 8 Rodenburg.
Honorable T. J. Dennis.
Honorable J. B. Turner.
Honorable 8. W. Fuller.
Honorable J. Lawson.
Honorable C. L. Woodman.
Honoraole G. W. Gare.
Honorable G. H. Roberts.
Honorable J. Commisky.
Honorable L. Talent.
GOVERNORS OF STATES.
Governor William Is lone, of Iowa, and
Governor O. P. Morton, of Indiana, and
Governor John Brongh, of Ohio, and staff.
THE GUARD OF HONOR.
The Guard of Honor consists of
Cpt- J. McComb, 9ih Veteran Reserve
First Lieut. J. R. Darkee, 7th Veteran
Second Lieut. E. Murphy, 10th Veteran
Second Lieut. . Hoppy, 12th Veteran
First Sergeant). C. Swinehart, Co. D. 7th
Veteran Reserve Corps.
J. R. Edwards, E, Veteran Reserve Corps
8. Carpenter, il, i tn veteran Jtteserve
A. C. Cromwell, 7th Veteran Reserve
J. F. JTelson, A, 9 th Veteran Reserve
L. E. Bulock, E, 8ih Veteran Reserve
P. Callahan, 9th Veteran Reserve Corps.
A. J. Marshall, K, Sib. Veteran Reserve
W. T. Daly, A, 10th Veteran Reserve
O J.Collins, D,10th Veteran Reserve Corp
W. H. Djrgin, F, lOtu Veteran Reserve
Frank Smith, C, 10th Veteran Reserve
G. E.Goodrich, A, 12th Veteran Reserve
A. . Csrr, J, 12th Veteran Reserve
F.Carev, E, 12th Veteran Reserve Corps.
W. H. Noble, G, 12th Veteran Reserve
J. Karr, E, 14th Veteran Reserve Corps.
J. B. Smith, I, 14 ih Veteran Reserve
J. Hanna, B, 14 tb. Veteran Reserve Corps.
F. D. Forehaud, 18th Veteran Reserve
J. M. Sedgwick, 18th Veteran Reserve
R. W. Lewis, 18th Vetersn Reserve Corps.
J. P. Barry, A, 24th Veteran Reserve
W. H. Wiseman, E, 24 Lh Veteran Reserve
J. M. Pardun, K, 24th Veteran Reserve
Amos Townsend, Assistant Marshal, com
man dad -he Second Division, which was
led' by the Detroit City Band. This divis
ion was chiefly represented by city officers,
the Bar, and Board of Trade. In this di
vision was found the Meadville delegation
numbering about one hundred and eighty
men who desire us to express for them their
appreciation of courtesy and thoughtfulnees
of the Marshal in assigning them to so fa
vorable and honorable a position in the
line of the procession.
George H. Burt, Assistant Marshal, com
manded the Third Division, led by the De
troit Light Guard Band, In which the
Orders of Knight Templars, Free and Ae
eepted Masons, and Odd Fellows, in full
regalia, made a splendid appearance.
The Fourth Division, commanded by
Major W. P. EJgsrton, Assistant Marshal,
numbered full two thousand men, rpre
eating the various Scotch Irish, Manx
and English Societies, in full flower of ban
ner and badge. This division was led by
the Temperance Band. The Father Mathew
Temperance Society and the Fenian Broth
erhood were out in large force, and made
an imposing display.
Major S. Race marshaled the Fifth Di
vision, which was led by Leland's Band,
and represented many lodges and societies,
ea5h and ail of which made a very fine ap
The rear of the civic procession was
brought up by the Sixth Division, com
manded by Captain B. L. Spangler. The
various leagues and lodges embraced in
this division made an imposing display.
The Eureka Lodge TSa. 14, of Colored Sons;
the colored Equal Rights League, and the
1188 G. U. 0. 0. F., also colored, marched
in this division, and made as fine an ap
pearance ts any order in the procession.
The latter lodge carried a banner on which
was inscribed, "We Mourn for Abraham
Lincoln, True Friend of Liberty."
The vast multitude of citizens who lined
the streets fell into line in the rear of
this division, and the monster procession,
headed by the military marching in pla
toons and carriages in double lines, mov
ed on to the solemn beat of funeral music,
stretching it length full two miles through
the beautiful avenue.
The line of march ws taken np about a
quarter to eight o'clock, and the procession
moved in perfect order and at becoming
rate down Euclid street to Erie, down Erie
to Superior, down Superior to the Park, tr
riving there about quarter past nine.
AT THE PUBLIC SQUARE.
As early as seven o'clock a large concourse
bad assembled at the Square, where the re
mains of the illustrious dead were to be ex
posed, toawait the coming of the procession,
and steadily the multitude was swelled un
til far back from the ropes and chains that
bad been set np as a barrier around the
east sections of the Square a forest of hu
manity stood expectant, yet patient, for the
funeral column. A drizzling rain, alter
nated by an occasional heavy Bhower, fell
from the lowering sky, which every mo
mentgrew darker and more threatening, and
the chilly atmosphere added its disagree
able character to the general inclemency.
Yot under all this, which upon any other
occasion would have been as successful as
could the charge of a battalion in clearing
out the people, there was no sign of impa
tience, no disquietude in the large and con
stantly swelling assembly, but all was
chaiacterissd by that order and quiet
which the solemn character of the occasion
demanded, and which is a distinguished
mark of the intelligence and moderation of
our people at such times.
Slowly the steeple clock that overlooked
the assembled thousands measured the
minutes that brought nearer the looked for
hour, and every one of those minutes was
marked. The deep-toned booming of the
cannon, and the solemn tolling of the
church bells, at la?t announced the arrival
of the ashes of the martyred President, and
the eager gaze of the multitude was turned
intently up Superior Stree', to catch the
Gist appearance of the procession. But
there was no bustle, no elbowing and jos
tling of each other, but almost motionless
amid the still pouring rain stood these
thousands of mourners, irrespective of age,
sex or condition, their hesris filled with
the same common grief, and their heads
bowed under the same feelings of reveren
tiel respect for.the honored dead.
THE PROCESSION APPEARS.
At just five minutes past nine o'clock, the
head of the procession turned from Erie
into Superior street, and the p'aintive dir
ges of the bands fell with solemn portent
upon the ear, mingled with the impressive
tolling of the churcn belb, broken at in
tervals by the booming of the minute guns.
Slowly and with measured tread the column
drew nearer, and finally the escort, military
and civil, followed by the hearse, entered
the gate of the enclosed space, wh'ch was
at once closed upon the anxious assembly
without. The 29. h Regiment parted to
the right and left, a portion being assigned
to guard duty, the remainder facing th
hearse and presenting arras as
passed to the Bquare. The Bsnd advanced
to within the Square, and taking position
to the left, performed a dirge as the civil
escort moved on to the temple where the re
mains were to lie, and during the convey
ance of the hearse to the catafalque. Upon
the arrival of the hearse at the entrance to
the Square, the body guard, consisting of a
company of the Veteran Reserve Corps,
were drawn up in line on each side of the
hearse to the rear, and twelve of the num
ber received the coffin, upon their shoulders
and bore it to its temporary resting place.
As soon as it had been deposited upon the
catafalque, the face of the dead was nn
covered by the undertaker and embalmers
and prepared for the eyes of the people.
Simultaneously with this a committee of
ladies from the Soldiers' Aid Society of
Northern Ohio, and also from the Colored
Soldiers' Aid Society, approached the
coffin and placed upon it wreaths and
crosses of flowers, beautifully and tasteful
ly arranged fit cubisms of the purity of
soul and the spotless patriotism of him in
whose honor they were brought and dedi
Mrs. D. P. Eells furnished a beautiful
cross made of azaleas, tea roses and various
greenhouse flowers of the choiceat varieties,
which was laid upon the com n. A brilliant
cross of verbenas, roses, geraniums, fuschiss,
all intertwined with geranium leaves,
wss placed on the foot of the
coffin and relieved the sombrenesss of its
surroundings. 'It was furnished by the
Soldiers' Aid Society. The same society
sent in a wreath of white verbenas,
azaleas, tea roses, Ac, which was very
beautiful. The Colored Soldiers' Aid So
ciety oil end an admirably arranged wreath
of white flowers, which was placed near
the head of the coffin at its side. Joseph
Perkins, Esq., contributed a costly cross of
the choicest greenhouse flowers, many of
the plants being valued at five and ten
dollars each, which was placed at the head
of the coffin. A baautiful bouquet of wax
flowers, azaleas in., presented by Yin Stan
ley, stood above the coffin, by the side of an
elegant flowor -wrought basket, contributed
by a lady, name not known, in Yi sirens
villa. But really the fiuest specimen of the
beautiful horticultural art, was an anchor
made of tea roses, stales and many other
delicate white flowers, which wss present
ed by the Soldiers' Aid Society, and with
great good taste and significance was placed
at the foot of the coffin. It was a marvel of
beauty. Mrs. Waring and Mrs. Willey
wreathed one of thepillws of the catafalque
in the most beautiful manner conceivable.
Indeed, thecoma and the catafalque were
so profusely and tastefully decked with
Sowers, that the dread preaence of death
was wholly disarmed.
The preliminaries being completed, the
Right Reverend Charles Petit Mcllvaina,
Bishop of the Diocese of Ohio, advanced to
the catafalque, and with deep emotion and
impressive fervor, reed from the Burial
Servicoof the Episcopal Church as follows
"I am the raaurrpctina and 1h Jiff saita th
Lort: ha that b.!ie-eih i' me. though hewtre
duad, yet anvil he ine; and wnoaoeror lire.uaiid
rj.liev.tb la ma thai I never die."
'W'e brougnt nothing Into the wor'd and It I
oe t.'n we cn c.rry n. thine out. The Lord (ate
at th Lord naiu iawal. xi.e.a to the
name of the Lord."
"Man that is b rn of a worn in hath tnt e'liort
time t lire, and a full of ml or,. Xr- o .ninth cp,
and is ent don like a lljver : he fleeth ae it we e
s th doer, si d ever coritinneth in one t-t y "
'ln the midst of t'e we aie i de Ih ; of whom
may we eeK for aecco- bat of thee, U Lo d, fa
lor ar sins art usity ai.pie.aea r
The Bishop followed this with a most
touching prayer, in the coam of which he
asked the Divine blessing upon Secretary
Seward, that he might bo preserved to the
nation, and also the Divine guidance for
President Johnson, who by the death, of
him the country now mourns had beoa
elevated to the Chief Magistracy of the lia
ison. He followed by repeating tho Lord's
Prayer, in which many of those present
joined, and concluded with Benediction.
Major General Hooker and staff, Governor
Brough and staff, the local committees, the
body guard, convalescents from the Camp
Cleveland Hospital, and the 29th regiment,
then came forward and looked upon the
face of the great dead. The details for local
guard aboutthe coffin then took position, and
the general committee of citizsns took their
places along the passage of the Temple,
when the gate was thrown open, and the
civic societies, in the order of procession as
we have given it above, followd by the
jsnerai concourse,caioe surging in through
the gateway, making continuing the line
from the Temple to Erie street, ' '
entire breadth of Superior street . ... . .ek
ed full, and thousands were still in the
Square culsida of the enclosed ground,
and in the street surrounding and
leading into Superior. But vast
as wss this crowd, and anxiecs ss all must
have been to gratify their desire to pay the
last act of homage to the dead and escape
fjom the rain and mud that rendered their
situation so uncomfortable, there were but
two or three occasions where any por
tion of them lost their modera
tion, and upon these occasions
the interruption was so trifling and
order so essily restored, 1 1 to offer no
cause fo.-complaint. The arrangements of
the authorities for the easy ingress and
egress of all were so complete that no mate
rial difficulty could have occurred, and
with the aid of the skillful management
of the general committee of citizens whose
especial duty it was to keep everything
in order, the result was of the most satis
fatory and commendable character, and we
were informed by several offiocrs who have
accompanied the remains from Washing
ton, thai from beginning to end, in every
detail, arrangements in this city were the
most perfect they hsd yet seen.
APFXAEAXCS AD IXHBSE OP TBI CkOWD.
There were probably never before gath
ered together in the city of Cleveland, in
common participation, so varied a crowd
as were assembled here and looked upon
the remains of the dead President yester
day. There were no social lines, no boun
daries between condition, separating those
who in solemn psgeant moved psst the
coffin that held the mortal parts of Abra
ham Lincoln. The banker and merchant
walked side by side with the laborer, the
lady of fashion and estate with the lowly
kitchen maid, and none thought aught of
the association. All felt in those solemn
moments how weak is man, how
shallow are all his vanities, how
utterly valueless is his power
when Uk.'n into account with
that of the Omniptent,and leaving pride of
position, and the worldly power that wealth
and place give, behind them, met on a com
mon level as mortals bending before a com
mon God.. One great feature of the occasion
was the many aged people who were prcs
ent the sires and matrons of several gen
eration passed whose tottering forms,
almost "sans eyes, sans teeth, sans every
thing," trembl:d with the infirmities of
age and emotion. It was from the fading
eye of many of these, who had looked for
near a century, with love and honor, upon
their country's banner, made truly the
"flag of the free" by him who lay stiff and
motionless before them, that the tears
would gush and flow with that speechless
eloquence that springs unbidden from the
Of the number present there were various
estimates. From actual count by several
gentlemen, the average number passing
through the temple may be placed atone
hundred and forty a minute. The more
ment of the civic societies and citizens
commenced at twenty minutes to ten
o'clock, and the column wss kept in mo
tion incessantly until half past five in the
afternoon a period of nearly eight hours,
which would give a total of about 85,000
who saw the remains. This figure is un
doubtedly not too large, but more probably
is short of the fact. Had it not been for
the bad weather, the number would not
have been lees than one hundred thousand.
THE TEMPLE AND THE CATAFALQUE
Has already been fully described by us
in the Leader of yesterday morn it g, and
si there were no essential additions made to
it to-day, we omit further particular men
tion of it.
The coffin is got up on a scale of unsur
passed magnificence and grandeur. The
entire cost has teen about $2,000, and it 1 1
undoubtedly, the most beautiful thing of
the kind ever manufactured in this country.
The timber used in the construction is
mahogony, which is also lined with leads
The inside of the coffin is lined with box-
plaited satin, the pillow and lower surface is
the finest description of white silk, and the
whole is surrounded with chenille, as in
fringe. The inside of the face lid is raised
with white satin, the centre piece is trim
med with black and white silk braid, fas
tened at the corners with silver stars. The
upper third ol the lid is thrown back so as
to reveal the head and bust.
The most rich and costly dcsciiption of
black cloth covers the outside. It is heav
ily fringed with silver, having four silver
medallions on either side, in which are set
the handles. All along the sides it is fes
tooned with massive silvr tacks, repre
senting drapery, in each fold of which
giltters a silver star. The edges are deco
rated with silver braid, hiving tassels each
five inches in length. Upon each side are
four massive handles, also of silver, and at
the head and foot are stars of the same
material. Un the top is a row of silver
tacks, extending the whole length a few
inches from the edge. In the center is a
silver plate, on which is the inscription :
iitaanth PresidaLt of the Cited etatea,
Bern July IS, Iocs,
Died April 15, 18C&.
This is encircled by a shield formed of
silver tacks. The whole thine is reallv
beautiful, and finished with exceedingly
good taste and fine workmanship.
FACE OF THE DEAD.
petition of the coffin was such that
the spectator got a close and full view of
the face and the upper part ef the head.
The face was haggard and much discol
ored, showing that the process ol decay hsd
defied the art of the embalmer, and that
indeed death had set its everlasting seal
upon that once benign and thoughtful
countenance, but sa short a time since ra-
aiant wun nomoiy numor, ana Jjyiul in
tho realization of an early return of the
na i jn to peace and Union. Those whosaw
Abraham Lincoln in life, or are familiar
with the bold cuUines of his portraits,
would hardly recogLize him now in the
sunken eyes, the tightly compressed and
unnaturally thin lips, seeming but a
j . r, s - - ,
straight eharp line, and the leaden pallor !
of the complex ion. There was no evidence
visible of the method cf bis death. The
beard, which commenced at the lower part
cf.the chin, is atx ut two inches length, and
the hair ig brushed back from the fore
head. The txdy is attired in a black dress
coat and vest, which was folded, as in life,
over the bosom oi the shirt of the illustri
ous deceased, and gave tokens of his re
The crowd had entirely ceased passing
through the entrance gate by six o'clock,
but surrounding the catafalque there still
lingered a considerable number of ladies
and gentlenen who desired a closer and
more perfect view of the deceased. The
remains were kept exposed until ten o'clock
in the evening.
At tea o'clock precisely, the embalmer
fastened down the lid of the ceffia, and
thus closed to our view forever the strongly
marked features of the martyred Great
aancipator. The night was black as ink,
ar.d the rain fell in torrents, forbidding the
grand demonstration that was contempla
ted. A platoon ei policemen headed the
procecsioD, bearing lamps, and were fol
lowed by the Detroit City Band and the
29th O. N O, marching in platoon, fltnked
on-iiler side by the City Civ cJ Guird of
Honor, each member of which bore a
lamp. Next in order came the hearse
drawn by four whi'.e horses, followed by
the military Guard of Honor accompany
ing the remains,aiid by th various members
military and civic, of the Escort oi Honor,
all in carriages. Detachments of the Fa
ther Mathew Temperance Society and of
the colored lodges, together with numerous
citisens, brought up the rear of the pro
cession. Large numbers of men and wo
men, with or without shelter, accompanied
the cortege, on the pavements. The wet
street glistening in the gas and torchlight,
the rain pouring in deluges, the lamps
swaying and flaring in the air, the bands
playing mournful funeral marches and
wailing dirges nothing could so blanch
the cheek and chill the blood, no spectacle
cou'd be more weird.
The cortege left the temple at half pist
ten, and moved down Superior and Vine
yard streets to the funeral train, stationed
at the foot of the latter. The ccflia was
removed from theheaneby eight members
of the military Guard of Honor, while the
rest of the members walked cn either side
with drawn swords as the remains were de
posited in the hearee car, the bands playing
dirges the while.
The train soon after moved iff over the
road to Columbus, and will arrive at the
Capital city at half past seven o'clock thii
morning. The procession right-about faced,
and marched spiritedly up the street, led
by the Father Mathew Temperance Band
playing a quickstep.
Thus ended, at the dismal, solemn hour
of midnight, the grandest funeral pageant
in the history of Cleveland, our citizens
testifying by the honors paid the ashes of
the illustrious dead, their devotion to the
principles and aims,andjthtir deep love and
reverence for the character of Abraham
Seeixadf: to Gknehal Hook Sr. Between
two and three o'clock yesterday afternoon
a large number of people, with a.band, as
sembled in front of the Weddefl House,
and after the band had played two or three
airs called loudly for General Hooker. The
General courteously appeared on the bal
cony, but had the good sense to decline
speaking, saying that on such an occasion
as this no one wanted either to hear or to
make a speech. The crowd then called for
General Hunter. The Hon. J. A. Ashley
made his appearance at this juncture, and
proceeded to administer a pointed rebuke
to the crowd for attempting to extort
speeches from the Guard of Honor of the
dead President. He remarked that this
was the first time that anything of the sort
had been attempted. The crowd soon dis
persed. We are sorry that this thought
less irreverence has transpired in Cleveland,
and congratulate Mr. Ashley on his sue
cessful protest against it.
Pirsosal. The Press was well represent
ed in this city yesterday. Messrs. J. Paige,
of the New York Tribune. Dr. Adonis of
the Chicago Tribune, X. H. Painter, of the
Philadelphia Inquirer, C. It. Morgan and
L. A. Gobright of the Associated Press,
were in town. We understand that the
Detroit Tribune and Prc-is, and the Toledo
Commercial, were also represented here,
but we did not have the good fortune of
forming thi acquaintance of any of the
Pickpockets. The police force had a live
ly time yesterday with the light-fingered
fraternity which wa? largely represented
here. A number of the latter were "spot
ted" and locked up. A number of cases
came to our knowledge, of persons in the
crowd at varions points, who were reliev
ed of their scrip and greenbacks. Such
things will happen in every great con-
coutse of people, no matter how serious and
solemn the occasion.
FA WCKTT. April 2' lb. at tjoaoarhanna. Pa.,
of tnjurlea revive accident on hewYorS A Lne
R,lltoil, March 14th, Jamea Fawcett, of the firm
of Hewitt A Saweett, tw York, lie of the him of
Wm. u. bconajd a CO.
Funeral will take (.tare on Futday afternoon, at
two o'cl-.ck, from the ri-aiience of W. 0. Pccneld,
Ho 22 Granger ctreet. Frleodaof the deceased are
retpectfully iuvi;ed to att nj.
nautili- Flag-, Milt tlng-H, Muslin
ft I h KM. Order your Flagi now, then yea will
have them whea yon want th m.
G. W. CltOWELL A OO.,
ap28 ST.t So. 167 Cup rior at., 1'lttil.ol.
The gierman Armln' tcr. The preas of
the country is unanimous in condemaation of ths
arraaKtment reported to hare been made between
General Sherman and the rohels of the South, all
agreeltg that the southern campaign should have
loet none ofits former vigor t til every trai'or y telda.
This, by the way, la the atyle in vhi-.h onr-towae-man.
Jtcob 'rank, is prts cntit g the Ho&p bkirt
and Corset bnuneaa, at th-i new e-lahl'ahmeut, No.
1-8 Superior street, under the Amealtan Huae.
Wtioleeele Dealt ra wonld do well to call and sea.
--e 1 e
Oil Factory for fcale. The subscriber of
fers to sell his factory on Canal and Ohio atraeta,
with th land and bciidinga, being pleaaantty sit
uated, eomnact and conveniently arranged. Ca
pacity about fifty barrela per day. Iwniuciate poa
seoaiou given if required. B. PKcTN.
, Cleveland, Feb. 14, MM. (.016: rait
HmKon'a Carlvalled Tuotti Paate is
the safest and moat agreeable DentiiBc now la
nee for beautifying the Te.th, prTn'ing decay
aad h-a ing diseased Gums, bold by all Dmiiata.
H. A. Hoymon, H. !.,
PUYBIC1A.N AND SDhGEUN.
Offloe, 39 Pearl a'.net, Cleveland, Ohio.
I ftice Honrs, fr-m 7 :o 9 A M., from 1 to 3 and
7 to 9 P.M. epi5 SU
anie I nree iionan and nam on
the north aite of 3t. C'alr atrt, near Korth Perry
street, t-) be Suld at Adtalni tretur'a bale, oa the
4Ui day of a) ay, at 2 o'clcck f. M , on the premhHS.
Liberal time given. I.. PRENTI'S,
The Bale of Goverumemt Hortpii ad
vertised to have been sold at a.c ioa, by O. Cntter
k Son, on University Heights, on Thurtdiy, 2?ih
lost., ts unavoidably postponed until Monday, May
lit, at Ifl o'oloca A. at. ay&-Skft ;
"Lives there a man with aool so dead,
That never to hi .ate'f hath aid,"
That Dr. D. H. Seelve'e Catarrh Kerned j i the ae
plat ultru of all M diclnea, a.waya eOectiag a per
manent care, as thouvAnda noon thousands are con-
stantly testifying? epSi-KJ
Thd undertiffned di-odo to iaeae In the
moBto of May next, complete Directory of
tho city of Cleveland. Having made "the
necessary arrangement! to have tlie city
thoroughly canvassed by the 10th of April,
we expect to issue the work on the loth of
M&v : but tne publication mav poesi.blv be
delayed until the 25th. As we intend to
make this a compute directory, containing
the name, biuine&i and address of every
man in the city, we trust that it will meot
with that success which its merits demand.
The work will only be sjid by subscription,
as no more copies will be issued than are
A limited number, only, of advertise
ment! will be received. For terms, Jtc,
apply at the Ludce Counting Room.
C. IrOWeaaC! x uo.
Ihe Horror of PyHio:a
And the dismal trsia of di.irlen to wbijli it le&ds,
are arei-ted Ij he as of HOSTITTE Ii'9 BITTEHfl
at a prereutlre, or cored with at tODi:eBg ctleritT
bj 1U direct aad geitial opratioo upon thd atom
ach, ta lifer, and Hit a- r votia iieaa.
The SbakluK Wnrtfyn
Of Ferr and Aue, int- J of being doaed for
month, with quinine, 10 the ruin of the gutert
health, are prompt 'y at upoa taeir feet again,
without danger of a r?lape, by thin prompt reme
dy for erery kind of Intermittent. Tken m a
amfr guard api-- at u-iaimv it rentier an ft t tick ot
OIaUIj and Feier absolutely Impoeiible.
If Ton are Eililona
There is not'jiug that touches the Liver, the a at ' 1
the malaiy, so qakkly, and retor-a it so cerUicl
to a rerf-ct'y i.ralthy and rea'ar cood ti n, as
HOST STTIR'd STOMACH BlT:llS. If ol a
"billion? hsMt " the tend-ncy o lour ystum to
that form cf -'is un may t lieM in cfce k for a
lifetime by the occasional un of thU katmlew
Af.fr an Attack of f icunrwi,
Whea the animal powers are exhan&trd, th paise
wak, the mind d pteased, and ali the j.oven of
vita Uy at a low bb, th si e is no rsstorati t com
pilable with the BIT nBy. They renorate every
organ, gent y etimnlate the clrculatloa. improve
the quality of the bio d, clear the clouded brain,
and impart to t' e 'r-mbling nwve., etaoitity and
lirmi.Ma. Bokd by all lru gits. ap.4 kiii-lwGw
To make your Hone lock w U, ihed off his
old coat, loosen his akin. Improve hi appetite acd
feel young, gtveh m tome of NonU' Artttiao C rx
diUoa Powders Sold by all Drugglits at 26 ceuta
per package. Principal office, 107 Bank street.
ITCH. WUiUTON'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. OIJITMEKT. 8CEA.TCII
Will care the Itch in 48 hours also ccrea Salt
Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbla'ca, aad all Ercptlona cf
the Skin. Price 50 cents. Bj sending 60 c-ula to
Wonka end Potter, 17U Washington at., Buatou. will
be forwarded fee bj mail. For aale by all Eni
Kiata. 8Taoaa AaaihTtoffa, OleveUod, Agea'a
for Northern Ohio.
ristvr boit Foil lake .cperiob.
The olegant and ataanch passenger eteumtr
Meteor. Ihomaa Wi'soo, Master, wi'I leave oar
dock for Ontonagon and intermediate porta, Moo
day. May 1st, at 8 o'c'ock, P. M. For freight or
passage apply to
GARRETSON" 4 C3.,
ap.9:2C7 No. 1 Biter street, CleTolaod, Ohio.
e. a. aias. e. w. wooDwoara. r. b. bui
C. A. READ & CO.,
BS BDPKB10B ST.. C .KVIl AND, OHIO,
GOLD, 81LVKB, COUPONS, IN IHbl,
CANADA AND UNCURRENT MOSEY,
Boj and sell all descriptions of
df7 S-10 Notes converted into Sixes of
fiubscriDtlons received for 73U and 10-40 Bonds.
We pay bighenl premium for all premium funds.
TJnenrrent moreyken atl weet rate of discount.
tsrWea'ao buy and tell on Com opinion all k.Dds
or&'octi and Honda at the a. x.fitos axctsttnta
All ortr?rs by mail or express promptly filled.
Revenue tftampa for . sow
E. 0. HALS, iiaiaer,
. 8. GOVERNMENT LOiH AGiiftT,
111 Huperfor SU
0 ascriptions received to the
"7 3-10 psa Cimt. akd 10-40" National
rnovmlafrion allowed to Subscribers.!
rD. 8. Hood! of H6, 6 ', KM, s. Truaaurr
Nbteii. and all other uovernniAnt iecuritiet pcr-
chutw't and for ealn on the mo-it faorabi I rm.
Oofd, Silver, Ooupous and Uttnada morey bo air 'it
and eold at ho, rates, LwtoatU received and Col
1 o Lions made at all acoeasib e DAvti. Cncurreut
funds converted at lowest rate. Berenrs titauif.
THIS IS THE LAST DAY!
TEE LAST CHASCR11
As the Painting goei to
03EBLLV, OHIO, Mond?y Next.
IN CHAPIN'S HALL.
Grand Yocal and Instrumental
Wednesday and Tlinndsr iTenlngs,
Jly 3d ana 41n,
The Lady Violinist, a8istd by the following eml-
- nnt ArtiiU :
MA. APXLIXa MOTtE, Puma Donna.
HERB HI DO BIT LEHMAN,
rrimo Baritone, ltum the German Opera,
Pianist and ainsfcal Director.
Admission. 50 cent : Rssetved eVais, 25 certs
ext'a. Beaerved etata can bj hai at Bia'nft'd's
Music Store and at he da r ap.ttf.2UC
A CAD2HY OF HUSIO.
PRICES Or ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquette 50 cents; feoared Beak,
to Dress Circle. 75 cent; Family Obcl. 60 enctsz
Qallry. 26 oeuU; Private Boxer, and I-.
M'nrle seats in rnvat Boxee i.
A4Oolord person will, nnd r do circuimtan
eex, be i ermi ted to occupy teattt in any oth. r por
tion of the hous. save the Gatlery. Adoiistton 25o.
Doois open at 7. Curtain it sue at 8.
BENEFIT OF U.lHi OU?X LOG 4 N.
Saturday evening, April 2'Kh, ill be preheated
tue gratia ana wmnntr urama oi
LUOt fcfla BuiWU.
Lncretia B i gu T.., , ,.ft. Logan
To cocc'ude wlib th Innirhabl fvee of
OCR COLORE C.C5l!(.
Maaery m m...m...... ......Miaa I.e.? an
SPECItL KOUCr.-Tbe Manager tejn U an
non c that there will be no prrionnai.ee this
tT irtay) vi,irtc
A. B. BAXLIWLLtj, M. D., Dentist,
Has rt moved from the corner of Ontario street And
th Public qurs to his Hlcck No. M.1 W fOH l
GAN 8f, flrnt door from Ontario St., north site.
Jir. B. returns msnytbnck for ta great pat
ronage bs be beea fa voted with fur thepat twelve
eaas, an wilt fc-e pleased tj se his old and a
uuiy new .at one as my please UcjuI at 11. aww
vv. iwa wbsn
BlMbbarn & Koehler,
A R C H I T E C T S .
J M. Blackbpm, ) A. Koihler,
I Room No. t Perkins
No. 36 Oregon 8t. Building, Pub, ttj.
mh28;zU CL?LAHD, 0.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK MARKET—April 28.
4 m; Du'l and lower. Bales at f3c for said.
d'ii. untl ty aacticn to-day, li74 baka Kw tr
cuj MfmphH C-o ton at 3670 for low or
dinary to fcood mildliofr.
fjiour Lu l aud lfISc lower.
tinUsat 87 iSit i'J for extra slate; S8 008 16
for com mon to g.iod thit piug brands extra round
boon Ohio; S m i 60 tor trade r-rands. Market
o o-ing dnil, with uo buyers at the outside quota
tion. Wblaky Dull and lower. Western at 2 10
S '- 1 1.
Wheat Dull wi.h d -woward tendency. Sales
at gi t. i 'or Kacine t p. ins; f 1 Vi as for Winter
stMi Vita tern, acd fl 8vl 86 fur Amber Michi
'T-S arc- and lc better fales at fl S7 for
new :re routtiera; SI 45 fr ne yellow d, and
V' 4...j for old mixed wen' ern
Oa'N Dull and Atc lower. Bales at 7(80o
Pel r.len in Firmer. Sales at 4Ao for crude;
f r ri-ULed in t oi.d aad 75c fcr do fieo.
4ITpo ' nil and qnlit.
Hutfftr- Rather eair. at l.aUc for Caba
ai.i Mudcova-lo; MUo for Porto biro.
Ior- L'n-etaled; clofedh-ary Sles at $29 60
6 ( for new mes, closing at J9 twj-f cash;
: ;7 61 for lM-a- Aot c.ih and regular way.
elOPio at. f-it 26 cwh, 9id fKj4iti 50 for prime and
oi ,u'7 50 for prime mps. A'si near mete for
;riav an1 Jan?, seller a opu m, at $:w 50aJl 00.
Heef active, at previous ) rices.
Mef Hani Firm at fi urts wi.
nt MtsHli- Fumat Wloo f should ers:
17:t$'b.,c tor hanja,
Firiu. 8ahs at -jific for Camber
Urd cut; lijc for Ion ribbed:' l"do for shott-rib'i-d.
I .Steady at lfiQlS
Butter Firm at lo.j-c for Ohio; 2736c for
i. aee In demand at 1522c.
N. Y. Money Market—April 28.
W oiey StevTy at e.i tt.
ntrlitis 1-aM'lian.co JLnil at
jilil- Dull ard lower, openlnr at 147, da
c!:ni3g to Ut, and doting at U'.
New York Stock Market—April 28.
Govern ment Ktmva- S:eady. TJ. 8. Sixes,
ls-il ioip us, lt-ft"; Fite-tweaty coupons lt
do, nw iftfue, lOii;; Ten-forty coupons 9-.
Sioetew Weik. Ohio a MLsicsippl certificate
?0V4; Krn81; N. . C niral !7: Hn.lnon U2; R ,!
ina; K':'.; Michigan ent'l IK'S; Michigan 6i uth
Hnw;s. Ch e ft, Burlington A Qatncy llsS; lln-not-
Central ecrtp ll'f; U'eveland and Pittsburgh
7m-; borthwtRtern do preferred iy& R-ck
Uiiuid Eoit WyDeyJ8
Kon 4k H-T latum Pruvuioii asarsiet Be
Tiia licwlnc are the rates charged by oa :
M nina Snaar -cured preralam naaa 9 Tt...., 2
Irrir-I W( w m.... ..........ItJ c
Vitk. t,leriw t agar-curod ns i c
lt v tr Hmoxe1 t U... HM.......fcl c
-i i Prime Itml kitle-.iid d In bbls or trcs.'fO
Prise Iraf ketu-raar'd tn kesa
VOfS hr. I d:i bb'..s :9 It
J" Ho itira chnrg-e made for patikages or uart-
lira to ra.iroaa aejKrs or bcata. Alt articles an
wrrua(i tf!'-tty ynivio, aud eqcal to anytuing it
is rust, sizars crouJt!V niiec.
lk A PRINTIPS.
4-R Ni-e. ""i" ntario stresi.
National Laiik of Cleveland.
And Kin.aolai, AaaaT or tub CaiTaD STaraa.
Special Agent for the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Fire per oent. Leg) Tender Notes received In
pfcjiuntof came with accrued inter st
All description of Government Securities Bongbt
a-,d tom at bst rat-s. aprai -a
3l?acuAT&, national bask
DeofrnatAd Depository fcr all Publlo Monies,
let rttianeiai Aent oi tne uuitea ntates. AO
tbor aed iubtcriptHin AgeLt for tbe
7-3U LOAN, Ac.
Thirr Bank having been appointed a Denoaltory
and Kinancial Afeeut of the Government, witi
pr mptlv nil all ordt-is 'or the Popular 7-9U Loan
now txit.g rupidiy taken. Tbe decline In Gold
uiust conunre to render thin ljoan a eesirabie in
v"t mint 1 ht-uHiiat comm esionabowed tofiauki
aud Bankers who bay to at 11 again.
Mve Per cent. Legal Tender Xotcs,
Wi h arcmed interest add . d, rc lved In payment
for ur o:ip;it;QS.' Ytator-d 7- Coupons piid on
p. eHentattun. United a Vouchers purchased.
anil ui ft.cn ng .urtitic.tea of JndebUaneaa col
p :.2t W. L PTJTTER, Caehler.
r a. LawTxa, a. a. bbcewith, m. l. bibbb.
g. F. LilSTER & CO ,
Storage and Froduca CommissioD
Nos. 4S and 50 River Street,
seo. w. naaoNaa, aao. u. scar, a.o. a'aaias.
G1BDNEB, BURT & CO.,
NioriLKe ana rrfMliicc
Pmpil'trrs of the Union Esilwxy Shfp and a
nl rttain Kl- vators tjforaee cacacity, tfLOOO
titiiiiete. Office and Warnbouae adjoining the
5o. 1!); Mer In st., Cleveland, 0.
P a!. r in aM kindi of Country Produce, Agent
for t e tMt Cumpany of nondaga." fait sold
alv ivs at the (atuiianv's prices.
t;t, V-Aier Lime, Flour. Grao, Ao., by car-loa-re.
tjivf-d or t' be eh i oped ou tbe C. O. A O.,
C. x T , '- A C.t CAP. or A A O. W., (narrow
xuat-) Batiiroai- and (hetr connections, loaded or
uaiuaied ai ect y in our aaroucuse,, taking ex
poo of dnaTu:e.
Mui live peiitonal attention to the fi ling of or-
ith for fioUnre) and merchandise on CotnniianoB
I.ii-rral LBith advai.e ) made on coastgQm'ttta.
We ae p iff med to receive, aud Ihip, by Cantl,
Lake or Ktl, (without drayae). Orindstoaea.
Stnv s. M-ifble. Lumber and coars.t ErtUhts of all
kttiK b.vins the UNLa fKltKICfcLS IN TfiK
tl 'i rr itte ? ran iie r oi Heavy rrtunts.
Kter o hanka ar.d busiues- men generally,
J . rUHlEK.
GEN'T AND C()MMI3aflX)N MLK-
XV CHANT for tbe ile -jf Flour, Grain and all
hino of Uonntry Produce. Brick Warehouse, ho.
34 KWr atreet, near Railroad Depots, Cleveland,
Olrio mhi: ttt
P. I. EARL. W. B. ST11TQHT.
CARCt, STRilGHT t CO.,
PrcHlncev l'4nimiMiloai A Forwiurdlca;
For the a1" of Flour, Grain, Provla'oas, Grass
tet)s. Butt r, ('faese Eg, Honey, Po
tattee Befttis, ilomloy, (ireea and
Dri d Fniita, Drea -d Hugs,
Xz.t Ac , Ac,
So. 22 front Kt , bet. Main nd Walsat,
OHts for a'l decriptiope of rroduce, Provielona
anJ inceriee solh-iuxJ Advauoeeon consign men tv
Mar kin a plaie fumiibed free to regular shippers.
PELTO, FHE.ICH & CO ,
Whjl.ile and B.tall Dealers In
"LUtR, OiMN, FltBD. PROVISIONS, SALT,
HIM L,i31t, AC , c.
Agcou tut the sale ol Ih. celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron Etna
All tho ftiffo rat Ini'i or which, farther with a
ruLr.l amtoitaieul of ubio and Indiana i'lonr art
conat.uiiy aetub band, in panels, iiaif-Barrela
So. 10VHTTS FTCHHUKHR, Tmt of BCPsV
BluR eTUKKT, ULKVLANI, O.
A GJCIs'TH FOR TUB
Northern Transportation Co.'g
Line of fcerew Meamers,
To acd From
iDFNrr0SG!, CAPE YINCEST and OSWEGO
AKROy TRANSPORTATION COAT 7
Property promptly forwarded to Sew Yo'-t, Bos
ton, and ali point Kat or West, with diepatca and
at the Lowest fUtsof Freight.
liifwtib co.ntracra givn to ail the pnneipai
wts ii New Eng. and and b'ew Yoik. mch2UliS
a. aAXHa. a. aaanA. a. a. aaiaa, a. a. auaaa
oBEax h&jSHa a oo. sveem
. aua to Hanna. Oamsoa Oo aoleeadi
Hruoer,, S'irwar(-iur and Ooumtaaluo MwohaaSl
.si Ccal-s in rrodno., f-a't, Vlah, Ao., Centra1
Kichaciir. Foa IlWand 1T1 Biwstraat aad Daofe,
aar-Aaeata for tb. Otoadaad, imron aaa iaas
gaftuu Lias of ctaamMS.
ANTED A SITUATION BY A
Fount: nan. in a whola!e o rmnniiwton
bona wr ea a fair hand, I. exae t at fit'nrm, .nl
not.rraidofwoik. Addreaa J. 1. f., CUirl.nd V.
U. ap ri
FOR SALK AX KXGINB 'WITH
borer, tbtrty horaa powr, alinoi; nw. and in
beat "orkii rder. I-qui.e at Ka'ITi' and
(.AKCILLtY'S Machina bU j., oipoaiu lvr' Br-w-T
t)(C BRICi FOB SALE AT
OV,UVU s uo p;r tnonainl.
JNO. G. JEyMNr.S.
ae27-?0a At.atrr fuil.linf.
AN TED-BY A. GENTLEMAN
and hid wife, board, within ten minutes' waik
-r tne r. u.. in a r nrxfiame privute la u if. - a
druss, wi h 'enns, 23 tfnrerVr ut. apL7-tni
ANTED A GIRL ACCUSTOMED
!i ttdo rPTte'al houpewurk, to g with a fanr to
ill'U'-is, uar the to a of morris, ttt mtleM anti of
Jl.irairo. lit-rrt an or Eiiijli b i r-ftT'eti. Innir-'ot
tsKo. D. liKCK, opposite Pust-offii-e. ap'JO
WANTED A PLEASANT BOMB,
nt,d. r g od influences, fcr a br lit. I t llient,
Wf-ll-dipuavd iai of 14. Ark res C. U. D , l.-mlr
BOY LOST . GKOKOK PILBKK
lloRN,atfd 12 years, Ut hi homeon Woodoioe
str'tt. Wwt if, S pt mU r last. He ii anppajsfd
to be in the rily "tilL Anf In (rtuitlio roao-rm
bim will le thank 1'ui'v r.cwived by Lis oer- av. o nt'iti,
er, ISo. 13W'coil itie stnt. ai-6
STRAYED OR 8T01SN FROM MY
p-tnre, on the ni h of the 21it of A pr.l. a liJit
iav jfltirn aibout S feet hlaih, 8 jea-s o!d ; a ru' ll
wn te (spot on 'h. Utt aw. my a e and irr.ty tail ;
wil drupa loal in a short tiire. A rli0(f rewrj ii o-'"-fered
o Hoy un ir'virjir pt'slactoy tu ormntiou. .1.
V. 6 HtlTi, first itreet, opposite DaLijt-le,ien'i
K BALE 3u0 BB1JS. CKUDE -IL.
U. K. KAYSOI.DS,
1JKBSID8NT LINCOLN. Fina Card
A. Pliotograp s ot Pioe d-tt Lit.coln. Dfa!emnp
piieti an'1 Aert' prtiMi, a. '2,.o cer hnurt-d.
AJ.jrt-B 1) GTaKKS, lUm 4, american Bui din -,
ot r L a . r oftjt-, CVveU- d, O; apJS-
JfOK a A L K bPLK'DlD CARD
Miotoeraih4 of th- iimi-nted Pmideot. Abra
ham laiuc.lu. Pricv 2f (u Atmt, li;eand cabi
net izti Pli .torfrchs. In OU and India Ink. A I'
ordn.-N promptlr liil- d. Addr a NUuTil and
Si H WEn.DC art titwrior st., v Ifveland O. p2.vi7
BCGGY FOR bALK A UtiUT,
shift i top fiur, br.iU n New York, Li.l little
uavd. Lu a tr atwu at UoQniu's stable, Atai-uiT
LADIES PORT MON AIE LU6 '.
On Tu stlay morn-.nff, b tween Uu:ivretr-ft and
B.ldw.n's store by aay of Krie nnd Kucl") atritia.
It cotnained a tio fcr-ematk and oie tciip. Ttte
tind r w-li b hbsraily rovaideii by leariiiif the Kime
at A. I. Baldwin and lo.'s. afwu.-'Ut
BOTTEK WANTED. 100 Tuba Ireah
made Butter wanted at 6e erwin t 1 1.
tOi ::it a). CuTTKKLL.
CV& KENT. HOUSE AND LOT ON
a. foreat street. Hooee laree andoommodiooa; Lot
130 lent bj J2r, with an abundance ol bite fthrubiwr,
and good frcit. choirs gran, a aud a axtd barn.
I'enii easy, auutraof l. W. OAUK, II" Sn-
jei ior atrM-t. ai '5 B'i
wItuatiox wanted. a Tkachkr
Iroo) the ttaet d-eirt a Riinution t Eniry C'terk.
Copytflt or Ai( i,t. Is n t afrtaid of work, aitd aould
Uink hiluffMlf geuriftlly r.ee ul. Dl4 itot otect ko
iuK to oil piuiie. be ern- c-t-s given as to nua' ii' a
Loui a- d character. Addiena W. B., Luader odice.
iOR BALK. Two pood HoJ-ee and
- Lots en at Clair st. ; ot.c tittsnt up(or Store with
todg'Djffl iu r ar and ovuihead. lVruis reason U.it.
ap7:i-- BACKUS and ISOBLfc;.
LAND FOR SALE Fifty -three acres
airua ed on Willawn avenue, St. Clair, and Supe
rior 8t. t-xtet.iioo, known an the8tcrhuK Ftarm. V ill
bes id in lot t'suit pa rcli tin-era. Jbnauireot N.
KkYH or U. M. -PANGLEit. mbJI Mi
ATA B ARGA1 S .FOR SALE. The
vV. Snbscri'-er otters f jt sal'- his reeiuenoe, situated
two aud half miles irom tbetVurt Houe, in a -ry
desirable locally. Thu Lot covers ten and or nUf
fccrw oi nctwJioly C' ice bs,tU, vontiuoa an
at-undarc ot i-hrni'berf ; Ka,''lTry tnes aud
itrawbeiry pla 'ta; tira a Vino ia g Hd Msorl i entt ;
aarood Orcliarl five years old. cunai-tiuK o; nvwanlo
of sovvtity Ap le, Pettr, Plumb aiid ( 'lu rry Troee ; al
to a numb r of Quince tre-p, alt ol which arejUMt be
inniu to bjar. The iiouf is brick, bt-ar.y new,
on aiainar nev -n lofty roite. 'fh Utam, Cairiatfe
bouse, Oow iheds. and other out-bnilui: ks, are n a
tvud condiUun. Aito.-tiier, it is a fjry diirall
residetiC', and will b- sold cheap t,r cfh ur i'n
credit, as parties d aire, Jfinju.r-at St. Clair w.
tjOR SALE THS LARGR DOUBLE
House, 3ft -nd 3 Prospect street, suitt e lot a
DoardiTiK liuuae. Termseaay. Kcjairu of CONWAY
W, NOB Lk, at tbu tticeu Backus .Noble. MZ.f
ftft ftlMi ONEY ADVANCED
WV.VVV in ami to suit at ttie old stand aid
well-known wAuNKtia LOAfii Olr Kitk, )u ?wo
rities o I every kiud, viz: Gold and &ilv-r WtcSo,
Diamonds, tfilvur w're. Jewelry, lino 4, Pt-tt'lii,
UlotUiliat, fry Goods, 1'iaitos, Molodeons, aud ail pif
otial property and arui'lc of value, ou the mot at
lactory terms. Busiuess strictly private. f-'at-iished
ItM. h.B. A faJie-J of u tired turned V eUn
99. J welry, Onus, etc., or aale nt bargains.
Office corner ot Water and rtnphriur streets, over
Uav.s A FelK-Uo's CtulbiiiK Atotv.
J. W. Wf?NKR.
WM. K. PKCSTOX
(Snctaor to 0. O. Bruce A Pro-tou),
GOVERN WENT LiCEfiSEO
Army and Aavy Claim Agent,
Office IV o. 1 Ijmiia' Block
Nsr Court Hone, oa Public Senate, Cleveland, O.
We collect Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, Prix
Money, and all other War Cllms
sUaVOfir tipecial egnt reidut at Wabinktoo,
D CH djotea lis eut.re t me to the ilecti-n of
OrricBaa' At cocbm, procuring Oeititicataof on
Uidcbtednesi) aud obtai. ins: py.
aw ees low. No chance until wa have acotn
plished what wa undjitake.
German t-angnae sr Lya apis
.D. W. CAGE,
Attorney at Law, aud
Authorized War Claim igent
Orriaa 168 dvrBBioa St., CLatvaijaNO, O.
scores Pensioos, Collects Bounties, Bark Pay and
Prize Motey, and Prosetrute War Claim a
of every deacrintion.
aar My Associate at vvasbiogwon idves perticu
tar attention to tiie N.tlDwt.t of ortiOABd'
BwAll persona having Claims against the Gov
rntnent should apply to me at once.
fear Communications ekcioiax stamp will roeive
Torant attet t mh'
For Lake superior.
a. NOIiTHKHS UJUT, I'apt M.
B. March. wi'I leare oar acx'k for
Outonua and iat.rmiiat. porta, oa 1 VKd.)AV,
Ha, i-i, .1 8 o'clock P. at.
fur frtitcht or pMaaa. aj.plj to
HUU'l HtSNi CO.,
ap27-Od )(andl71 Ri.ai atrat.
Lake Superior Line of Steamers.
CURST B JAT THIS tEi-
V SOS. 1b.a-.uncb and le. la
bia sid.wbe-1 Bteaoiw
fBED. HTLLEH, Ma.tcr. w 11 lm oor Pock for
3np.rlor rit, and .11 IntArmtMliat, portaoa ITridaj,
April inb, at 8 o'cl ck P. St.
For freight or paasat;. applr to
apSl:S"4 127 and i ! ilr.1.
HATS AND CAPS.
Spring Sijlfs of
HAT9, CAPS, STB AW 600 Cs, ttc.
L. Benedict & Sons
B.t. a larav aaaortm.nt of all th. latrat atylfai,
which tb.y offer at lh lowvat aiark.t rales, wbule-
aaJ. and i.tail, at
201 Noperlor street.
gPKLSG STYLfid OS"
HATS AND CAPS.
Ws are now Introducing our BP It IN 3 STTLKH
of HrTd, ioclndinic
TME GRANT BAT.
THE SBERMA Y BA T,
TBE SHERIDAN BAT,
TBE DERBY BAT,
4nd a iplend'd aiaoitment of Meo'a and Bovi'
Soft Hats and Cape. Aitij a nice line of ULUVKS
for eprin and So aimer ear.
(her ITT InnaHnr ttTw
DK, J. Hi. JOUKaVON. HAVING Ra
uovtd hi office to No lsOntrioHtret.over
Co' well' b Bsvrdware etore, would be pl-asod o fe
all i is old pations aud as mauy ww on s a may
please focal. farticuUr a'te "oa; wi.l to Us
ease or woia tm nuuren, fine-uma'isni, bensv
thea, aad indeed to all t .e I Is tn which hiunnitj
ia heir. Conn'ta ion free. Ortioe b- nr bom 8 to
10 A M and ft om 1 to 3 and 7 to M- P M. mult'A
gT.iVW ART, K1DDLJ5 A CO,
LsVTS STBWABT STSVBJ
Itfornefft ana CoaDfteiioni At Libt,
ISO. 411 rAWKPTLVAMA AVIHOB,
WA 3BJNO TON, D. flL
Will attend to business In the ttapreoe Ccart.
Oonrt, Ooort of Claims, ths Circuit aad Distrid
Uonrta, iwore tbe several Departments, the
LAND PEwSiON. PA1ENT Ii0 With SUftrJUV
AKI ill COhttltJCa!.
asa, a. ar rwaar, a. a. u-u, a.
CUTLKSY AND PLATED WARE
at radnced prtcea, at GOWLES k CO. 8,
4 VlCSs JSU OOUSBk,
WTAR A3&AH9XMYB? tScA A,
lat TraJa 0:06 A, M. C'IHinH9ATI XXPlaJEMa,
atovping at Orafton, WiHotrton. New Loa
dou,SLlhy, Crest lids, Oalk.it, Gilad, Car
dimjtoa, Ashisy. IHiaware, Dewla Cenua aa4
14 Tratn 3: P. AOUOaf alCPATlOH.-etoa
at ail fiations, and arrive ta CotnaDos at 9
P. u. OtocmnivU a w a. v.
Id Traius f0:iR P.M. hiuHT KXPBs--fitola
at Orafton, Wetliiiiroa, slew Londos. ahsit v.
uaiiCBi. ijailesad, UMdUuaoa aad
Trhu Imve (VJtnr.hciasi:i and ICaftA.sj., I-iCr..
M antra t darfiar-d . au a. au, l aua is r.
Wiaitoy aadcikr, Kici.! 1 A hewark iaXhraad. t
ruai-i(j. Mt, Ve.i.o, Kswarit. Xansav'J1-
Ufai4j:eP!rtvcur.ai, Tort Wafla fhicafo EaO-r-d,
r.r-t. t'rjTPC'it;ftkT, lvlah, Iata;a
f'jrt Wttvu. 1isr.re, C!ca?t Ar.. Weai a'-J
l et icr hrflf(d, Wo.er, W-sw!o, Ac
tiraftOK and Itfl'-rontalne Ue:lt,ai i.a., cr tfaiir Q.
W.rt;.:l'.!a, S.,in-T. Tiiaan, Btaa isdifl
aM.i t, r.rr. HAntr. V In-oKrtMa, KVsajBaUra,
Isoaiaf ille, r&'rc, tt. Louts, Xc.
Dsleware wi.h p:t; 2'd Hrairh .'or Sarin aB?-d.
Ooini'.bni LiH:.e al.irj) A C!aD),..cj1 auj JL.au laj
faurod. 'T A-rla, Iaytca, l;iaoisiiii
Tfre Ul.p., 8t. Locw. H jtt'.-w, lxT!,ad ad
UeHnnat. a-d with tfce Md antf HmtwtK-
hVsilroad a tlam-pati '-r sUTBtavUla. Avaa
f. Ui.p, at. all fKau ca u4
'Woiohra-! :ralObi-t licrfl ltrFTar,
v. .!, Hii-iia.;j I-:... io-.;'n, f-'ii.a A ta
dtar.3 eil-d r Fi'i. "rhana. c
4Bjrior risfca- a v ait poinu a id tiiH-nattott afl
at ttta PaiaeujK .U.f, anU at Uuioi T.t tn '.'Cos
UTaueonor-ir.e. .0. UitT;
CLaaVKLAD AMD nilSiiURGH
1S60. WINISU AKfcAKGafJftXffT. IdM
Onandaftar H dr, I -en. tyn, 6M, Traint taATi
C1oo.-jiu us trlk n, uti'v, .i"f;ijdAjs oice-i ;
8:A. M.-MA'Aiw M i'siwt.orkh :UU p.m..
Harn-JfO.'5-i i: a. ., fastimor- 7:t a. U
Vaafrtnet'-i a. ..r; :iHitLiia l:A. BJ .
MD '4. BT., hwtinIJt W P. . Coi.
ae-tn at Uudwm with C.Z..U ii.lt. for Ak-rtai
1:10 P. M. -XXt Arrlvreat PtWorfh 9:15 r.
a. Hrr.9'iua;n 7:3U a. U., Haiti more UuSi t.
Bl Washing t-.-u 4: ! p. Phii-tlr,p(.ia U:iP .
a art Nw v.- k i.wP. v , WWhrnra: 4. m,
J:15 P. M.-AOOOMMoHATHiN-Kor Bndwoo an-J
tutennedirf ftiavth'sas, ;nyaha fsiia, Akntn,
aua AaiiiorLura;h, connect. ne t Orrville wiUl
P. T. w . a . K. tor Canton, UadsiiWov, Woua
tp un It ou.-. n-ta filtstnrtia tc Hw Vork
(via A .ijt:;wi. wth ;nt rise of cars.
ajr s"m it, u p? or ' ir.r U:...
a- TiT'jPa'i 7 h!v (s ran t pr."T.fe( at the OeJr B
Ticliet iMfcce. Wn;dil H - se, , su leot,or Ms
u tild -Nicest -t--.'o. tij
I BtMfTA. nt l
WA. AttBARaVMBAt 196A.
Oa tail a?tr aonftar. Oct. list. fM, Pusenceff
Traias will ran as follows, (bandars cxoeatedi
,t V CLCVZLA.ND :
IM'. M -1A KXPHX THA1N StaaBi a4
Wtlifjalbr, Palnesvflla. Madisoa.Usneva, AalW
tabula Coaaaut aud ti rard onlr.aad arrive 84
(ritr s r. lamuri l.tfr.u.. baOeaa
ft .tu r. v
I:P. M.-;;iNOiSATl lPK&iU-iUln
Ptlntsvl-e. dhtatcla ai.d 'Juarit only, er-dr
rtvea i J : tr :Ul p. BJ., lans.trk 5 :JS P. W 0 Ja
tAio hJirm . m.
t-M tr. M.-W.Atl ASP AUXlSJOiiTiOF
Stc c flat a all SaaaioiJ ajud arrtvs at Sra. at
7 :'fi p. u.
t:4Q P. K.-tSUthi: -Al'ai. TKAUi-StPaBtui at
P'.i:eal e, i-thinwnia sal Utrard oai, aiid
arriTas at lute si 12 c a. su, faaAtra
a. bo "alo 1 :- a. .
150 A. M.-NIO-JI KXPUHcc! TKA!?-tomD(
at Gtraro, Aahtabiia a.i ralutillaoisij, at3
arrlTat (Jiereind at 7:J0 a. m.
I:U,A. M. -MAIL AiNU ACOKM MODATIOH
Tai IN du-fnt at ad iaUons and arriTS at
Ciev-iftB'I at l.-x a. a.
10:1ft A. M.-KiUD'j tXPUSHf-StoaiiBf at aS
Itatiuiu ice-it rfa n arybrcsuA, U tJoovtlJa.
Prry. Mirtur zti w !--kii1a. aad arrfda U
Clev tsd I.J:r. .
JS P. U.-IMIT B)4.riiti TKAIN EMoahi at
GirrU,'unt,Qt, A.t,:sbDa, ioneva & rsiBS.
vtiie oui. a:d arrt'-fls ia 'JlevaiatsdsU p. m
W Stnid Class Cars aus rua uo a4 tArowaA
All the tra!ra (o!ar Wfataard oencact at Ctov?iar
rIth trails . r Tv:v.ii. I'hKuo. (iottGa rirwi-
ntl, Icitacafi'lts. bt. Louie, kz. aiid all throne
trams gcn att?ard. concoct ar ItDirlt ertb tas
tratnaof the tiew aora A Une itxjlrrtad, aal at Bof
fal alio tictv- 0 li.n New Vork -eatrJ A tintaoA
ttw or '-rtj rj.'rnwrtB for Nt .rk, AiTaDT .
Buetoc. tvma 1 Vis, .c, aid at JErJs w Uk tragus
iX. ;ht i'iiuB,i !u:e katttiwal.
fcsr h; -"i:f liv-t t Wibi. ccanssu at
ttmrd tfc rrnio oa n A Plt'.sbcrwh aaJlroaa
tor i.inesvL'la !ntJv'iie. J .newx. He.
H. Hirr- istiH(A. SwiA
3iai.rj. ,'ct. fi
fJl.JyjfcI,AlHi) A?. 11 ivi.ii.lAi sL it
LH-a. wuiIMakUauUIli, 144-v
Oa acd a- Ji,-r-1a., ia.iat, '.n, ra.-tiri
Trafr. w.n Icar. I'r.iii. i, rc:k w, vuai"iv .a
1:1a si. WM'JIi'J ?3P!l.-Slcn at Dnre.
era;tjn, v. ftiHeiii, Kor.tK.AImiro.
ftuc. ii!;T- 1 iyih), -lur.nt aad K'.uiOa,
ar.Jamfjaai ioi-hIo tl r. a., calag at
U .1 r. k an.i ;.truH.' aj r. a.
l-.is P. M . KN KAIL. -?.-. at a: -ratiuaa
OTi fh;atDtb 1 ia tr-, an:; a'Tiv. at IVImI,) .t
75 r. ::fi:cjot 5:la, a.ailil C.trult a
lli Ji'. w.
tJUt. M.-M.'Hr!iS:i M A 1 h.-ftoi. at all t.
t :mi3 -u. :..".t iii.a aca arri.M ta
!n.h, .i r-r r. If.
n 14 e. .-liHT !'J!I.-fcoalGiaftJi,l
Ncrwal. oT-rtw-li'Mi, ami Iv-Moot, ana
riiiT j.j; 4 .; chlcatm .ijljs)
r. v. aas lfrott at . .im a. su
Go&BrtU'tJ at. mm-19 at 'A.uTutrr wtta tbs aa
ils-ay MaL-al!.-iu Naark L H.: at OiyJ. wtUt IM
faniltu ij U.yu-r tlnlaj.-.t' B. t. ; ai JTrJisof
wilh Ii.- Fr-.-i' ut , Imit-iLa li B. : acj at Tuils
with Umi Jlo.iii .n :uat".rn a rfr.ra Icdlannaa4
!llt M V I.imI. :tMlruiw1a for Cbttaao, l.lrt,
Ja.-k.on, Foat WaTi... Lrfi.fert, La'.rtt., (IMr
A U.'U. Br. Loalt, J . Lit. Wa.1. algrt&waat a. 4
Trai-j aTa In Mvrrrtsail from Totado acd isa
Weal at 9 .A! IC, 2:r4 r. and 8-tli r. . Wr SS
at 9 :, i. us. kLUKSB.Bss'i.
CVnl1 Oct. . 1"4
1SS4. rresajtvaula central 1S64
ISOL'KLE TEAtK HUI.B0AI).
fWITH If8 OOSHSVWIONS).
Is a JTirst-Clta Houlo, 'zt Safbty, Coaiof
and '.-'iioeJ, to aU JCajtera CiUa.
ma is itoe ia.ra) i free fsoa ousti
rOUS DAILY TSAIS
XHIiOUiia 1 fiLLAjJjalii'HlA,
Sad oicaa oonaactlani a, Barrlabarcb 1st
FBOtl PITTSBDHOH V! BtW TOBi.
On train run. datlj nllu,) .la &.Oma owa
Wltbost abaca, ol Cara, ariiav
IS A.DVA.VUS OF A bit CrTH2S BOUTU,
H1.H D.VIIT TB138 raOSi
FEIIaADilxPHlA TO HiW TOSS,
stLjIoaata lor aala to Beaton bT Bnat or Ball, a4
Boat Tickrta god on anyof ti.. dennd Llaaa.
M. fara to all pnlau as Low b, sa, Mast
BLtTTIwq TABS on H!gr.t Trains t FbOaMt
,hl, Paw Tjra Baltlmjr
Bra. flwaM Throol and TraasfWrna! Vraa.
THA uritOaVATHN. MarohandlFo.Proa'naaaD,
- dwrk oariiNf wltta dfwbatrli, at Iowm, nana)
0HA.S. THOMdOS. FaaaQa.r Asnnt.
w q. ffmaa vrw'jj l.lWTR. bb
JlOH AMD HAIB WOiUv.
WS. 9 IU HtW tSTABLISIJf KIT.
T71, UMM tS THI gTATB,
ii wia ita ud:ei' hair oaojiui
Haanlaotenr of all krads of WICS, laaiaalsi
that su raMmMa. cater, u to d.f, tb. jtosaaS
cretin,. A wn laiva an J Uantirol stock l
LOSfl HAIB lli-mrtt tf tb ,r-)prttor froaj
anrofM, (or SWI'JCfiSH and BBAID& tka toast
aaaortmant v.r wn in thla olt,.
Udlea' VroBt rwe and lair-W1,
la nrj st.l with all bBprmaaaaata.
SST OT ODBLS, aM. froai Vraaok Batanil
0Btl: El air (jraarasUa.1.)
1C8EB DODBI I ad TKirbB BOWaV
W ITSMrALi, o
ada by th aT.rtr Kjaml to then laaporaad,
badifw' Brafda otad. loto an, klad of Haad.ilra.a
ar Bow w4thoat tnjnry tt w1ch.
LnlM BAIB OB falsa rata stoat pmall
B) .-.pd fatbtouablo atyleau
"A II work warrantwl as ra?raasata4.
-.vr ... vt.o i-B . ,m k, itnS,
Thii Is ths beat Artlnciai Lea;
ev-r Pa tented, for ii v has. l.tt,
smet-ioiTT acd Activitt. OoV
ernmvut has adopted this Let; into
be army and Havv. This fa a
reconinH-ndat.ca to the Liuh. aa
tvOv3niDitQt fflv to the ftotdlr
none but the bmt.
ctand for a Piiap'nlt.
AMCUl'MS LEO OO.,
Atwator Pu14 or
mHE UNDER3IGXKU will.
cn-on hin Pa turn for tho Btaa&n '
on Atonslay, May I"t. Puces, f.i
Coan. 75 rnt: fnr UflfUM. ?t 6ucer
ir 4t ISBI .
wt. k, pyabte Try Sunday tn ajlvanco. AUanl
nVi rci?d to be in try re-pf-ct at thir ovn.
rr'sr'nk Apiy to A. -and O. Fu'irman, B id
mn, at the ntrnce tat-s nar W oUou'a F' ton
dry, or at i hetr house cn the HHgnt.
PATENT OFFICE ACCNCY.
"rjXITED STATUS and fokeiqn
PA TENT OFFICE A GEXCT,
ask, 13 Batasi NlrMt, ClnwclasHi, Ohlav.
W. are prepared to transact bnainiw of ov.ry
dOMj'ptiOtt rwl.tinr to InTratioiia, iTawipra, Ca
veata, MpMillcatiooa, Falanta, InrrlnKem.nts, a4
th- fatoat Law.. BUBBIIK.S A CO .
aua, aaUaorisad AMona,s far faWala,