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(XI LOST. LOST, A BLACK 6ET-
T B DOQ, with lu mark, on Im aod ;ew ;
tan spot over eerh ere. Any 9ruii xlvins; infor
mation ot his v-tiereabon s. or br'nidt K him to 'he
owner, lftf fet. Clir stree , wiU bo rew.rd d. gyl-XT
' Chambermaids. t 4.1 Public Saner-
AXTEDA GOOD GIRL AC0U8
TuMED to doinx B.rl homework. Apply
mt OS Bank .ir-et. T'
'r7"ANTED A PU&CHASEE FOR A
W Permit to trade at Memphis, Tenn. amount
9S.9 wmr in out b. H bo old reobab.e if applied
joruon. AddtemJ. tl. C, Pot otlic,Ci0TaUad.O.
) A SITUATION BY A
V voting man.
ft wholesale o- commission
ttous; wri e, e fair hand, it piw-t mt figures, aod
ot afraid of work. Address J. '. F., CUveLnd P.
POB SALE AN ENGINE "WITH
J- boi'er. thirty hone power, almost new, end in
best orlil'R rnier. Irqulr. at BKITi: and
tiAICKLaY'S Machine nova, orpo.it. lve.' Brew
BSICK. EOS SALE AT
ae oft par thousand.
JNO. a. JKKTilXGS.
WAN TED-BY A GENTLEMAN
and hi wife, board, with fa tu minutes' walk
of the P. !., in a ivpertabl pmiti taisi.v. ' d
dress, with terms. 234 boperor at. a.j2?-t(H
BOY U3T . GKOKGB eiLBEtt
HORK, aepd 12 yin, lfft his hone oo Woodbine
Strvt. Wft Side, in b-pt-nibr last. He is supposed
to be in the city Ft Ml. Any iciormatio i concerning
him will thajiklutiy received by tus benavoti moth
r, io. 13 Woodbine street. as.46
XX)K fcALE 300 .BBLS. CBTTBE OIL.
J; U. K. BAYKOLD8,
am-anr 96a.np-r.or street.
PEBSIDENT LINCOLN. Fine Card
Photograp it of President Lineal n. Dealers rap
1lled ani Agent" tnppli., at per hundrud.
Adirs B. 8. (..KEEN, Eooni.4, amenc. Bui din.
ever .jr-ar office, Clfvelatd, O. epJiVJUt
frOB S ALE 6PL1KDID CARD
-C Photo ?raphF of the lsnitMited President, Abra
ham Lincoln. Price 25 enrs. Also, life and cabi
net aised Photographs, in. Oil and India Ink. All
order promptly titkd. Addr-at NOttTH and
tsHWEtiDT. 2ifc Sneerior St., JijviVand. O. epuvatf
LADIES POET MONA1E LOST.
On TandAy momtnr, bftwetn BolirftratroPt and
Baldwin'! utore l.y wj of Kne and Auclid itrwts.
ItcontainMa )0 greenback and aoxe BCtip. Tbe
finder will b liberally r-wded br leaving the amine
t 1. Baldwin aud Co.'a. apaj:2U3
BtJTTEK WANTED. 100 Tub freeh
made Batter wanted at 06 Merwin rt -et.
p20:ai . lu. 4JOTTKKLL.
CK)E KENT. HOUSE AND LOT ON
JL Forest street. Hon large and corn in od ion ; Lot
1A0 (eet by with ao aboudance or not) aurubbery,
3d good iroit, choice tfrap. and a good barn,
lormm tMuty. ibUMUirc of D. W. GAUJC, 16m 8a-
yerior street. apl5:B2
SITUATION WANTED. A Tkachbb
fro J) the aaet desires a mmation nm jcntry uierK,
4Jopytst or Ai? nt. la not afraid of work, and would
jmLk.fi btmsflf snnerallf nsenl. Doe not object fo
4np to oil r-irioas. liern'icw (friYtn as toqualfl :a
ftont aid character. Addisas W. B.f Leader olttoe.
TX)R SALE. Two good
Lot. on ttl. Clair at. : one fitted nt ior Store with
lodging m rear Mid oyeiucad.
IIACKL'8 and huBLE.
LAND TOB SALE. Fifty-three aarae
ntaa'ed on Willson avenne, Ht. Clair, and Supe
rior It. txtumion, known ai tbe Burling Farm. M ill
tie l 'Id in lot- to auit pnrcliawra. Koqaire or E. N.
i.EY or M. M. fPANULhii. mli31 Jll
AT ABAKGAIH. FOB SALE. The
Snbecriber oflTre fir nl- hii residence, aitnated
two and a balf milua from the Court rioaw, in a very
desirable looal'ty. Tbe Lot cover, ten and one balf
fiorei ol exoeedinrly ciii-ioe land, atjd contain, an
al'Ondance at fchrubberi'; Itee.iberry trees aod
fitrawberry plants ; rra Vine. (effood aaaort ient;
of wyenty Ap-le, Per, Plamb
good urcuara nve years oio. cou.i.tiDg 01 oewarus
imb and Cberry 1 rees : al-
ao a Dumb r ol lu
Jaluce tret-s. all of which arejust be-
ffieninff to bear. Tbe EcaK i. bnck. nearly new.
con. aioing afynlofty room.. Tbe flarn, Carriage
bonab. Cow .bed., and other ont-bnildi ga, are n a
good condition. Altogether, it i. ft Tery desirable
reaidenoe, and will be aold cheap lor cash or long
credit, a. parti., d.ftinh Avn-juir-at 1 St. Clwr at.
mhf.:li3 JuUK ALuXAtiUEB.
SALE THE LARGE DOUBLE
llonse, V .nd 36 Prospect street, anltabe for a
boftrdinic hor.M. Termseasy. Kiifinire of CoiiWA Y
V, iit-lBL-K, at thejlhceoi Backn. a oble fel3:i"
'cri.AAf MONEY ADVANCED
dtV.VvO in .nm. to suit at the old staad and
well-known AliM.K'a LOAN Writ!, Dn Seco
ritiea oleyery kind, Tir,: Gold and Silver Watches,
lliamonda. Silver Wre, Jewelry, tion.. Pistol.,
Jlotuilig, fry txxi-ls, Fianua, Slelodeous, and all per
aooal property and articles of value, on tbe most sat
isfactory terms- Business strictly private. Estab
lished 11. ri.B. A variety of unredeemed Watch
m Jwelrr. Ouds. etc.. .or sale at bargains.
(office corner of Water aod Superior aueeta, over
Xmv.s APelxotto. ruining suire.
"lcrn J. . w. wf)NKK.
(SaooeSrTror to C. O. Bruce 4 Preston),
GOVERNMENT LICENSED ,
Army and IVayj tialm Agent,
Offiee So 1 Lyman's Bloetc,
ear Court House, on Pablicgquai, CleTela&d.O.
We collect PeDBions, Bounty. Back Pay. Prise
Modt, acd all otbr WarCUims.
M"Oar Special eeent resident at Washington.
D. JM devotes his entire tme to the sol lection of
Orricaaa AtcornTS, procuring Oettincateaof Mon
indebtedness ana cijtaiKlait psy.
mr rm low. So charge until w hays aoooB.
tlished what we uodertake.
German Lapgnrue spoken. aplB
,D. w . cage,
Attorney at Air, stocl
Acthcrized War Claim Agent
Omn 169 SuFEBiom St., OIsStblajid, O.
Baenres Pensions, Collects Bounties, Back Pay sad i
rrixslioLey, and frosecutes war Ulalma
of every description.
KV My Associate at Washington fives parti en
ter attention to the BeiUemtut of Off iCitEd'
All peraoni having Claims against Um Got
srnment should atpiy to me at once.
setfCoamDnioatioiis enclosing stamp will iveHvs
LAK E NAVIGATION.
OS LA.KE 8UPKLOK.
The new and elegant low-pra-f
e patsuf;r titeamer lHuN-"
euro pafoeoirer titeamer lKUM-aaMsasasaH.
tilDES. J. E Turner, M .ter leave. Oleve and for
Xake Suoerior port., on W EDNtSDAI next, May
3d. at Se'c ick P M.
For freight or passage apply on hoard or to
malo.n., 1-tr.iT oo.,
giyl-aOT Riier street.
For Lake Superior.
HE ELEGANT Steamer
lurcb, wiii Teftve our dock for4
Ontonagon and intermediate port., OB IL'ESDAY,
May 2d, at 8 o'clock P. B.
For freight or passage apply to
HOb 1 HSKNA k CO.,
ap27-ng lot and 171 Rivei street.
Lake buperlor Line of Steamers.
FIB6T B'JAT THIS Sea
son. The .launch aod lelie-
hl Sidewhet 1 steamer
TEED. MILLER, Water, will leave our Tock for
Boperior eity and ell intermediate porta on Friday,
April th, ftt 8 o'clock P. H.
For freight or passage apply to
MAA.ON t, PKTTIT CO.,
ap21:04 1?7 and 1?9 Kivor street.
HATS AND CAPS.
Q Spring styles of Q
HATS, CAPS, STSAW GOODS, ic
Is Benedict & Sons
Have ft Iftrge assortment of all the latest style.,
whicfa tbey oner ftt the lowest market rates, whole
sale and retail, at
901 Superior rtreet.
PELNQ STTLE3 OF
HATS AND OAFS.
We are now Introducing oar 8PBIKO STYLES
ot t-m tTS, lnciuaing
J2.B GRANT SAT,
TMJB BSBRMAK BAT,
TUB SHERIDAN BAT.
TBE DERBY BAT,
SH spienaia aesonmeni ot men a ana rioys'
bolt Eat. and Oapa. Also ft nice tine of GLOVES
for Bp ring; and Summer wear,
b. BUTTS A CO..
setter vtt HneHoe wit.
THE OLD EAGLE FOUNDRY
rarer wrmt strnd Meadow dish, I
(ofhmitb detot,) I
Is acafa open, and the subscriber tegs leave te
Inform it. old friends and patrons, and tbe nubile
tenaraliy. th.t h. mow rcy to baud
ALL Klllla OF KHeiKEBa
Portable or stationary.
am m muo rwaay to ao ail Eiuas ot s.r&lsiau
ea abort aotlceand in a workmanlike manner.
Particular atttatlon paid to PBOPELLCB
WOBK. Our facilities for mar u factoring MILL.
OEABISO area, good as the best. 1 h. Patterns
bar. been aceum-nlating for upwards of tweaty
tre veers, and are of tbe beet quality. All ostlers
Eross a distance promptly dttended to.
Address J. KIOG, Manager
tenftt-R t"T TVKT ri!ev.!el AfclA
VMBreta raster Hfevtnt Dve W erics airet
lleaalns; MtsMialiuHt, . r
SelTldere Farm, Iat ClprtIaTjrL aiij
1W fienjpa ItreeW--- .
CfirrcB lot Benerft .t., rrr'i'nn; - i , ,
I mean to make this tbeT?ssf TrTh-VHtBV 19
the w sax, aca simii spare cffeirortto rtTerat.
IsfaetloTl. . 1 ""..
I cell the especial attention bt Genii erfwn tfc
TTsTp-Rngn, rtrrrfr kT.v i.-t' "i
Of CTeaalaa le4fdatf mftAa.fikermAAa7' .
Er.T " J I .' .- - 1
Blacibor StMerc V;
Jt n arwa - . an -s.i m t s- .
J. M. BtAcrsrEi, ,- .1 .-A.'Eoarrti.f,.; :. T-t"
. i . at If K IL j .1. - L', : - . - s
momuAX, BAT 1. lHtt...
Fire and Marine.
THE CLETELAND ISSUEANCK
Of Cleveland, Ohio.
Capital, - $500,000.
Ibi. OompaBT I. now folly orgaalsad, and pra
pitied to riu tiftl and Caaoo Huu,
H. B. PATTT T. P. HASDT,
CHARLI8 W. OOK, S. . BRITON,
BINBT T. CLASK, LETKBBTT ALOOTT,
A D. M' MIL LAN.
R. B. PATHS, Prideni,
8. 8. Ocl, Secretary.
Office, Sexton's Block, cor. Superior
and Herwln streeti,
TiS:4 lT'Blirl. O.
l. a. r. m.
Atlantic & Great Wettcm .
I.1D.W., MahonlnR Branoa ,
Lk Shore, (,ierlaod A Irie
Ooenemot . Krfe Acoommodatlon,
Pittaburrhat heellDK t.OO
Gleyel.Ld A PitUbnrgb, Acoomw..
ColnnitNi. . S;n6
Bent Qtky ..
Atlantic Ore. Western T:S0
A. k Q. W., Mahoning B ranch .10 M
Lak. Shore, Cleveland A Irie. T:H0
Conusant A Erie Aooommmi.tkm lf if)
Pittsburgh A Whli-g IK
fVmi.hti. t i . ,. S:SQ
Tolin ,. tJU
H.nrfn... , ! . '1S
Detroit hot .. , f-.V)
searcitltea. erbblng conveyance to either ot th.
above Tralu. or Boats, will be called for by Ooaohse
of Stevens Omnibus Line, by leaving tbeir addr.es
ftt tbe Omnibus Office, HT Huperlor meet, next
door to the WedfVl) Hon...
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Designated Depository Tor all Public
Authorised Subscription Agent for the
This being the only Popular Loan now before tfea
People, the Bank will bat p on hand a fall assort
ment of sisf, and fill all orders promptly and with
out delay. '
Fit pr Cent Legal Tender Rotes,
With Accrued Interest to date, received In pay
nent for Subscriptions, and will rede m at par ihe
Coo pons on tbe beTen Thirties presented at the
Will also purchase United States Voncbers, Oer
tllloates of indebtedness, and all Government. Ss
TJ A TTflTM A T. Tl A TJIT
A flXATXD DtTOeTTOlT AMD FlNlHOTAL AOINT OP
TBS rjeiT.D States.
Agent for the Bale ef
U. S. 7 3-10 ROTES.
Five per cent legal Tender Note, received in
payment of same with accrued int.re,t.
All descriptions of
G 0 VERN1TEXT SECURITIES
Bonp ht and fold at belt rat.. spin R
Aeftdemy of llnsic Mia. Olive Logan.
Official Notice "ale or Lend Scrip.
8. A. Fuller at Co. Important Bale.
State Fire Insurance Company.
N. T. Jeweler.' Aiaociatlon Presentation.
Chapin's Ball Carpenter's erect Painting:.
But:blnson Family Concert.
Kalne P.ttit k Cn. Fcr Lake Superior.
St. George's Society Fotival.
Jobs M Kennedy Oarti n to Boiling Hills.
LostBlack Fetter Dog.
45 Public Square Chambermaids Wantfd.
68 Bank Itreet Girl Wanted.
J. C. C Permit to Trade for Sale.
S10S Beward Local Notice.
Hjc; Shirk A Co. Local Notice.
8 SO Beward L:cal Notic e.
Plymouth Church Loral Notice.
Dr. Sdelye's Catarrh Bemedy Local Notice.
Hosteller's Bitten Local Notice.
Five cases new ribbons, flowers, and
straw goods opening at Mrs. Shaw's. ap26
Ten Compositors wanted.
L sADti, Job Boom.
Cut Cocscil The City Ccuncil will
meet this afternoon at two o'cloc it in Coun
. TsnriEAHCi Mzetiho. The Sons of Tem
perance will hold a meeting this evening in
their hall, No. 184 Superior street, to be ad
dressed by H. H. Blackburn, Esq. All are
cordially invited to attend.
St. Gsobgi's Socistt FtSTrvAL. The
Seventh Annual Festival of this Society will
take place next Thursday night at Chapin's
Hall. The festivals of the St. George's So
ciety are alwayB among the pleasantest on
Pibsoial. Artemus Ward, the celebrated
Showman, is in the city, stopping at the
Weddell House. He will appear here next
weet Tuesday evening, remaining two
nights, when he will " do " the Mormans,
in his unique way, to our applauding public
Lictore bt a Rmosxib Pboihaid Mr.
H. L. Hurlbut, of New York, will deliver
a free lecture on Temperance, at Temper
ance Hall, this evening, at eight o'clock.
The New York press speaks in very high
terms of his ability and eloquence as a lec
turer. Let the Hall be filled.
Attention is called to the sale of fifty-six
Government horses, by auction, on Monday,
May let, by 0. Cutter A Son, on University
Heights, the sale commencing at 10 o'clock
A. v. The majority of these horses are in
fine condition and suitable for all kinds of
work. This will be a rare opportunity for
those who wish to purchase, as they will be
.sold singly and to tbe highest bidder.
PitsoxAL. We observe in the correspon
dence of the Cincinnati Commercial, that
Captain W. H. Day, formerly of the 10th
Ohio Cavalry, now Provost Marshal on
General Kilpatrick's staff, was entrusted
with General Sherman's letter in reply to
General Johnston's communication, which
he delivered to Captain Loundes, A. A. G.
of General Wade Hampton's staff.
Eosbirt. A robberv wsa committer! in
thestoreand residence of Henry Tobin, on
6L CIair treet Friday night, which haa
been hushed up by the detective officers.
The sum of $2,051 was taken. On Saturday
. . , , .
morning a man named Wright was arrested
suspicion, and was taken for trial before
Justice Brand, but no definite result has yet
been reached in the examination.
PxiSnrfAYIOJ! TIKTAIHaTITS. We call
special attention to the advertisement of J.
Elias, who announces that three grand
presentation entertainments will be giviet
Brain ard's Hall, beginning Thursday
evening of next week. Mr. E. has estab
lished his depot for tbe sale of tickets and
distribution of presents at No. 134 Superi
pf .street, (American House Building.) The
the whole) project
we refer oar readers to it.
t,Clev?Hsd aid Erie Railroad, was IhVBup-
gAfVtoBSKe-oujiyears jago when
AArsnn iB.iaiucoaJettftalKi-Tag pass'
Wiiin3.lii nf tVi W, hUh
i,fTrdeS from th& itv to Trie, tia Mr I
p.Pae was ther)cs lucrt.ef tbe;s'eTreucllna'
t neay mornijg, pniPBiJittnisjai ;rajs Wis)
! i-r-i.,'fc rf.wi. liti-i:, I," , 1
440& ; -lid
. JffjSt-tfl. a?
Public icoiATioiri o Fiidat. W
neither ept'ce irot time, Sftturday morning,
to ape&k in detail ol the draping the city
in the weU of aorrow, on Friday. Nor
hare we the room now, in which to do
justice to the subject." The work of decora
tion iu fooniTersal that aimall book might
be written in the description thereof. We
purpose rterely to glance at a few of the
more salient features of the funereal exhibi
tion. Travelers coming into the city from the
South and West and orer the A. k G. W.
road, were struck with the fine spectacle at
the depot of the latter road, on which was
fastened the motto: "Enow ye not that a
great man and prince is fallen this day in
Israel." Beside this, the building was
heavily and appropriately draped in
Among the mottoes whioh spoke from
buildings, public and private, two were
pre-eminent: one forming an inverted V,
extending the whole width of E. I. Bald
win's store, reading, "A glorious career ol
service and devotion is crowned with a
martyr's death ;" and this on the front of
the residence of A. B. Stone, Esq., on Euclid
street : "His aims were for his God, his
Country, and Truth. He died a blessed
Martyr." This motto enveloped fine
portrait of the President.
There was hardly a house from the drap
ed depot at Euclid Street Station, on Euclid
street, to the Square, which was not becom
ingly decorated with some symbol of sor
row. This was the case also on Prospect
and several other streets of the city. Rich
and poor , alike, gave token that the nation
al grief had become a private and personal
affliction, by hanging at the door or window
an appropriate device.
All points about the Park were especially
decorated. The buildings on Superior street
were profusely hung with funeral emblems.
Rouse's Blo-:k was one of many centers of
attraction. On the side facing the Park ap
peared the motto ; "An Honest man, the
.nkljuf " TV,. ..ui rMi,i
U- e same was hung with festoons of
discs: ana wmie arapery
Hower and Higbee's store was complete
ly draped in front, and the large windows
of I. P. Sherwood's store contained a wreath
ed portrait of the dead President. E. I. Bald
win's store was entirely shrouded in black,
and bore the motto above quoted.
Further down on the same side of the street
Morgan, Root t Co's store-window was or
namented with a fine portrait of the Presi
dent, wreathed with flowers.
Forest City Block was decorated by the
Masonic Fraternity, Captain Spangler and
other parties, in the style of a week ago.
Crossing over, the eye was detained by
Sargeant'a window which was filled with
portraits, of different stvles and sizes, ef
Taylor, Griswold A Co.'s store was dress
ed with five mammoth black and white ro
settes, and the "windows were darkened."
W. P. Fogg's slore bore on its front, red
white and blue drapery, and presented
Sanford A Hay ward's store was dressed
with white and black streamers which
reached from top to bottom of the building,
with flags intertwined.
Water street made, as usual, a fine dis
Davis, Peixotto A Co. covered the entire
front of their building with white and black
streamers, intercrossing and certain other
minor arrangements, of a tasteful nature,
made the old brick store a fine sight.
The Banks, Telegraph offices, Ac, in the
Atwater Building, were beautifully draped
with silver stars relieving the blackness of
The Solders' Aid Rooms were very be
comingly dresoed by the ladies of the So
ciety. Folds of black drapery hung upon
white foreground inside the windows,while
the outside was tricked out with flags and
rosettes in profusion.
The pillars of tha Weddell House were
wreathed with white and black coils of
The County Court House, the Post Office
and Government Buildings, Hotels, Tele
graph and Express offices, were, each and
all, appropriately dressed to express the
Universal sentiment of sorrow.
Add to this, the ten thousand devices and
contrivances which appeared at number
less other houses than these we have men
tioned, and some faint idea may be formed
by those not present on Friday, of the sub
limity of the tcene a city dressed, like a
widow, in the weeds of mourning.
Ths TsiirL The beautiful building
erected on the Park for the reception and
exhibition of the President's remains, has
not been free from throngs of visitors, ex
cept at night, since its solemn dedication
im Friday morning. Crowds of ladies and
gentlemen were passing through all day
yesterday. It presents such a novel ap
pearance, the style of architecture being a
eross between the Chinese and Tuscan, that
tbe public doea not seem likely ever to tire
looking at it. It still remains intact, ex
eept that the floral decorations, which were
within reach of passera-through have been
removed. Mr. J. M. Sterling, jr.; Chair
man of the Committee of Decorations, in
formed us yesterday that if the weather
proves pleasant the building will be re
moved to day or to-morrow. We under
stand that Mr. Green, the artist, took seve
ral very fine views of the temple and pro
cession from various points, on Friday. It
seems a pity to tear down this graceful
PSESIDIVT LlSCOLS AKD CaBIVIT TflS
Geiat Paistisq. We learn that in conse
quence of an engagement of Chapin's Hall
prior to its occupancy by Mr. Carpenter's
great painting, that splendid work of art
will remain on exhibition no longer than
five o'clock this afternoon. A work of such
great merit, and one whose historical value
commends itself to every loyal American,
has never been seen in our eity before, and
should not be suffered to depart until it has
been seen acd carefully studied by our cit
izens. This portrait of President Lincoln
will m after years, we predict, be the stan
dard likeness of him, and the one by which
ne will be kr.own In history.
A splendid steel plate engraving from
the painting has been in the hands of
Ritchie, the first engraver in the United
States, and, will be ready for subscribers
early in January. The list of subscribers
already large, and includes the names o
many eit'.zens of Cleveland. The book is
open at the exhibition room, and contains
the names of our martyred President, the
past and present members of his Cabinet,
Edward Everett, and many other celebrities.
Stjti Fibs Iksdrascs Co. In another
column will be found the advertisement of
new Fire Insurance Company, of this
city. This company is organized under the
General Insurance Laws of Ohio, with a
eajih capital of $200,000 invested in first
elms securities. Each stockholder is per
sonally liable for double the amount of his
stock, thus giving the company a guaran
tee capital of $400,000. The Stockholders
and Directors are composed of some of the
most respectable and responsible business
men of Northern Ohio. The State Fire In
TOrance Company is entitled to rank among
very best institutions of the country (
5dT entitled to the fullesteoafdencejand
AORRprtJif Ah public. TheQpriipbylit
bwrfcigretSpn about Vaenxmot-
mmWWJ siSBBaMp, BaiWtll1W,.iy4AMl.M, f -
...-a. . -... i ' "
'AiVfATrks Ktboyed. The fcacea.;yahkst i
- rsskrTmTlei. svrass aho-head of
pieman wju .me ajAuvvA fls.errtrai
. - ---2
Mat Tie or ths Ueitrd States Cmcnrr
aed District ConaTS.-AssiosmirT or Caotis
toe Trial. The May term of the United
States Circuit and District Courts will begin
to-morrow, May 2d. At ten o'clock that
day, the Grand Jury will be empannelled,
and the docket of Civil and Admiralty
causes will be called at the Opening of the
We give below a partial assignment of
Civil causes for trial:
May 2, No. 1061, Webster vs. Judd Lin
seed Oil Company.
MayS, No. 1164, Gales vs. Home Insur
May S, No. 1213, Stewart vs. Lee.
May S, No. 1247, Jennings vs. Picken
paugh. May t. No. 1262, Force vs. C. 1 T. R. R.
May (, No. 1336, Husband vs. Cuyahoga
May 6, No. 1337, Merchants Savings Com
pany vs. Noble.
May 6, No. 1338, Merchants Savings Com
pany vs Lind.
May 8, No. 1108, Smith vs. Marsh.
May 8, No. 1331, Fairchild vs. Spencer.
May 8, No. 1S42, McGregor vs. Brinker
hoff. May 10, No. 1352, Can field vs. Loom is.
May 10, No. 1353, Canfield vs. Drake. -
May 10, No. 1362, Martin vs. Shattuck.
May 11, No. 13G3, Bennett's Lessee vs.
May 11, No. 1364, Hale vs. Hutbell.
May 11, No. 1374, Seymour vs. Kellogg
May 12, No. 1376, Sexton vs. Rank.
May 12, No. 1377, Skinner vs. Berry.
May 12, No. 1381, Skinner vs. Gorton.
May 12, No. 1401, Wilson vs. Hester.
May 12, No. 1402, Pettit vs. Piatt.
May 12, No. 1404, Kingston vs. Morlidge.
May 12, No. 1435, Young's Admr. vs.
May 15, No. 1449, Stewart vs. Stark
Pic t pock its at th Depot. The light-
fingered fraternity, which was well repre
sented here on Friday Isst, had on the
whole a sorry time at the Union depot
Notwithstanding a small police force was
there, the bulk of it being stationed at the
temple and along the line of the funeriil
procession, officers Clark Warren and Van-
dusen, by their detective skill and energy
put the scamps to confusion. Many of them
were put in limbo, and still more made
to leave the city. Mr. V. says that not less
than fifty pickpockets left on the Friday
p.m. train for Columbus. HeBenta dispatch
to the Capital city, and on the arrival of
the train there, nineteen of the gentry were
arrested and committed to prison. The
success of the villains here was inconsider
able, when their numbers and opportunities
for manipulation are taken into account.
Ricruitiso OtiiCE Kemovkd. There has
been so much stir in the city for several
days, so many sights to be seen, that we
had hardly noticed, until yesterday, the
recent removal of the recruiting office which
has for a long time stood near the flag
staff on the Public Park. Long enough
haa it been a martial institution. When
the official order to cease drafting came, the
building narrowly escaped being made a
bonfire to express the popular jubilant feel
ing. It is remembered aa the scene of the
homicide of Captain Sinnott. Its mission
over, it will henceforth be the domicil, let
us hope, of a peaceful family. We under
stand that it was some time since contracted
for, to be sold by the city authorities.
Pibsoial. Major Joseph Pool, Paymas
tor, United States Army, has been assigned
to duty in this District, with headquarters
at Cincinnati. We hope he will have his
office in this city, a portion of the time, so
as to enable officers and soldiers on duty,
and those discharged in this part of the
State to receive their pay without going to
Columbus for that purpose.
Floral Wreath and Cboms. Several of
the beautiful wreaths and crosses of flowers,
which decorated the coffin of President
Lincoln, were sent forward with the re
mains, and will accompany them to their
final resting place. This election of the
beautiful floral decorations, is highly com
plimentary to the artistio taste of the par
ties who made them.
MarriRO at Madison Stirriso Resolu
tions. A mass meeting having been called
for a public expression of sympathy and
sentiment in tbe present national crisis, the
people of Madison, Lake county, met at 3
o'clock r. at. on the 26th inst and organ
ized by appointing Mr. E. L. Plympton,
Chairman, Geo.W. Lyman, Secretary, . F.
Ensign, N. Willson and L. Kimball a Com
mittee on Resolutions.
After a prayer c-fferedby Rev. Mr. White,
L. S. Sherman, Eiq., ot Ashtabula, ad
dressed a crowded house for one and a half
hours, in a very able, appropriate and
On the conclusion of Mr. Sherman's
speech, a series of stirring resolutions, pre
sented by Mr. E. F. Ensign, were unani
After a vote of thanks had been tendered
the speaker, and it had been voted to send
a copy of the resolutions to the Cleveland
Leader for publication,the people dispersed,
evidently resolved to "do or die" in sustain
ing our good Government,
We give the resolutions below :
Resolved, That we look upon the assassi
nation of our beloved President and the
attempted assassination of the Secretary of
State as not simply me sets ol tne misera
ble wretches who wielded the murderous
weapons, but chiefly as the acts of the
Slaveholders' Kebellion, who, having been
beaten in honorable warfare, sought this
brutal and cowardly revenge; and that
horrible as were the acts, they were a
natural development of their barbarism
and entirely consistent with their past his
tory, as evidenced in the cold-blooded
murderof their own Union citizens, in their
inhuman treatment of our prisoners, in the
gross indignities offered to the dead bodies
of our soldiers, in the massacres at Law
rence and Fort Pillow and in the plot to
burn New York and other Northern cities.
Resolved, That we stigmatize as both cow
ards aLd traitors, and unworthy to associate
with loval men, those at the North who ex
ult over the assassination.
Resolved. That we regard the attempt to
destroy the Union and overthrow the trov-
erement not as a mere difference of politic
al opinion to be overlooked and forgotten
under the plausible plea of magnamiinity
to a fallen toe, but as rank and arrant trea
son, and that if the leaders of the rebellion
are not to receive the punishment whioh
the whole world has adjudged due to that
infamoas crew, then our Constitution should
be amended and treason declared no of
fense. Resolved. That we have viewed with deep
regret the extreme lenity which has re
cently been shown to rebel generals cap
tured by tbe valor of our troops. Generals
in whose military departments our prison
ers have been tortured and starved to death
bv the thousand, are allowed the liberty of
our northern cities and treated more as
distinguished guests than as assassins
against the life of the Government and the
liberties of the people ; and we demand, in
the name of an outraged and bleeding na
tion, that this lenity shall be withdrawn.
Resolved. That tne Oovernment snould
carefully avoid any recognition, implied or
otherwise, of the Confederate Government,
so called, either by treating with its officers
or its generals; that they should be re
garded as traitors in arms, not as agents of
a ffevernment. --
p3iiWiwf,'That we have entire conSdeAa
.91 tla -VMLtriatiane- intp.ritw and .bilitvrff
Andrew Johnson; that-iis cast devofcorLli.
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FaWGITT. april fth. a' "i.ou.hanna, P...
of Injuries reeeivee b eecidVut us Hew York A Erie
Railroad, March 14th, James Fawcett, of the Arm
of Hewitt k s-awcett. Mew York, lale of Ihe firm of
Wa u Mosaia a Oo. .
Editor Leader: The largely attended
funeral, to-day, of the lale Mr. James Faw-
eett, was the best evidence) by scores of at
tendants, of their respect and regard for
a good citizen, an upright business man, a
generous friend and a perfect gentleman.
Something more than a mere passing no
tice is dne to the position and character
which this young man had attained at the
timeof his death. Relying solely upon his
own exertions since the age of fourteen, he
had, at twenty-aix, won a place in the so
cial and business world which many older
men might envy. He was born in England,
his father being Superintendent of the
Liverpool and Essex Railroad. James came
to this country when fourteen and joined
in the tide of emigration to the then Ter
ritory of Kansas. Remaining there but a
short time, he came to Cincinnati, and from
there to Cleveland, where he was employed
for a time by his cousin, W. C. Scofield,
Esq. He was afterwards in the em
ploy of Comstock & Newberry, and sub
sequently went to Middlesex, Pa., in
the employ of Mr. Hewitt, who has a foun
day at that place. At the breakiug out of
the war he entered the 10th Pennsylvania
regiment. At the close of its nine months
terms of service, he first became interested
in oil operations by going in company with
Mr. Scofield in a refinery upon oil creek,
using therefor what money he had been
able to save during his eight years of labor.
Since that time he has given his chief at
tention to the oil business, and has been
one of the nicst successful operators in the
oil country. He was generally pointed out
as "one of the lucky ones," but the secret
of his "luck,' was in bis keen perception of
cause and effect., and his ability to readily
comprehend all the phases of business com
plications. Latterly he has been in com
pany with hia old employee, Mr. Howitt,
m the commission businossin New York, and
both in that city and throughout the oil
regions, his business reputation is equalled
by few and surpassed by none. Young as
he was, he had achieved a splendid
distinction in commercial circles, and had
he lived he would have been one of the
leading capitalists of the country. These
are high terms of commendation, but for
their justice I appeal to all who have had
business relations with him.
Bocielly, no man was more universally
esteemed than Mr. Fawcett. Attractive in
person and cultivated in mind, he bad en
deared himself to a multitude of acqua-iDt
ances, all of whom will deeply mourn hia
untimely death. A sell made man himself,
he was ever ready to extend sympathy and
aid to those who were honestly struggling
Mr. Fawcett's residence was at Titusville,
Pennsylvania. All of hia immediate rela
tives are in EBcland.
Brave youth and cherished friend, fare
you well. . i. f.
Cleveland, April 30, 1865.
' M'lli Camilla Urbo. W are soon to have
something first class here. Camilla I'rso,
the world-renowned violinist, rival of Ole
Bull and Paganinni, is announced to give
twogrand vocal and instrumental concerts in
Brainard's Hall, on Wednesday and Thurs
day evenings of this week. She will be
assisted by the eminent artistes Mad.
Adelina Motte, prima donna, Herr Isadore
Lehman, primo baritone, from the Gorman
Opera, and Wilhelm Groscurth, pianist and
It is impossible that this announcement
be made without kindling the blood of all
our people who love music for its own sake,
or delight in witnessing marvellous feats of
M'lle U:-so,by her amazing performances.
hss indicated her easy right to an equal
place with Madame De Stael, Mrs, Brown
ing, Mrs. Stowe, and others, who, in their
respective "spheres," have demonstrated
that they are the peers of the forsmost
minds of the world.
Acadiut op Musio. A full hou9e greeted
Miss Logan Saturday night, on the occasion
of her benefit. An attractive bill was pre
sented, and a highly creditable, indoed, su
perior performance was given. One can
readily believe that the thrilling drama of
"Lucretia Bjrgia," if sdequately put on tho
stage, must be a splendid exhibition, and
such it proved. Mies Logan, as "Lucretia,"
conceived her character aright, seizing the
main point and presenting them with great
force and capital effect, and was sustained
in the most faultless manner by the com
pany. The fine farce, "Our Country Cousin,"
completed the bill, Miss Logan appearing
as . "Margery," and acting her role in
style that defied criticism.
This evening tbe play written by Miss
Logan, entitled "Eveleen, or the Felm's
Daughter," will be presented. Owing to
the'.length of the piece no other play will
be given in addition.
9 190 Keward.Lott, at tbe Ipat, or be
tween the Depot and Johnson Bouse, a leafier
Pocket book, containing about three hundred dol
lars, a $100 compound imerett greenback; also, a
note, pa) able on demand to h. O. itawioo, si.ned
J. H. Henderson, and twenty shares of "Ohio Oil
Hining and Manufacturing 8tock," endorsed to L.
O. Bawsonby Targo. The above reward Till bo
paii, if returned to tie Herald office, Bank street.
Kl IN Sad AN bTilKKT.
Onr Fruits of all kinds will hereafttr be fom
fjr sale at Key Devlnney's, 134 Ontario street,
tod 0. Cbsndlsr'S, 1U7 Ontario street, at our prices.
myl:aC6 NYCE, SHIRK A CO.
Fifty iollajra Kewsri.-Lot, between
the 4.AG. W.H.B. Depot and eldell House, a
Diamond Cluster Pis. The finder will receive tbe
above reward by returning it to H. h. FKI3RTB,
at Gordon, Mc nil Ian Co.'s. myl-204
Pljrmontlk C'tattrrb. The unrooted raws in
the Plymouth Church will bo rented or one year, at
the Church, on Monday, May Is:, at two o'clock
P. M. mjl
"Poor worm! thou art infected.
This visitation shows ;
But fcy the ne of Dr. D H. See.e's Liquid Catarrh
Bemedy, yon can be restored to health, whi.h is
'mere precious than gold, jea, than An goli."
Twelve Yearn Afro
HOST ET TIE' 8 HTOMAUU BITTERS was striiic-
gting Into notice against the pre, ml ice a whkii
sverythiig nw, h wevr excel Unt, la doomed to
It stands at the head or all tonic and alterative
preparations in ex.strne. Its celebrity has evok
ed many imitations, but ao rival. Payslcians pro-
noance u tne oslx sajts stimulant mi nas evr
fntioduoed into the sick chamber, in the
Hcnpitsls of the Army and Army, the surifeons had
it tbe very best tonic forconvaleHceots, and reixxt
it as lot ai uab.e fair auatainint( t.te vigor o troops
oa the march as a reaiudy Or t curvy and all ncor
botle affections, and as the only bpecmc for s a
sickness. Calltcrnia and ausraila have endo'si
It as rbe MmSBA IrltDieiMB par excellence, t.nd in
fcpantnh America and all tbe tropica. Climates, It is
considered tbe only rei able antidote to epidemic
Tuer la no mystery about the can es of ttsino-
cesa. Jt m the only stomachic and alterative in
which are combined the Era .d reqivb.tnt ol a miut,
pure and unvitiated Tgetb!e sio.nlant, witn the
tinetit He lection of toutc, aotl-bili us, an'i scorbu
tic. aDertebt. and depuxative herbs, plsuts. roots
said barks, that have ever been intei mixed In a
The Buters t ave this distinctive quality, which
is aA shared, it ! believed, by any tonic, tincturs,
or extract In the world; they do not excite th
puis-, though tn9y la lose a woLderiol degree of
Vistor into toe nervous 8 j stem, asd Htrenxthen and
sueiain the whole physical organization.
It im aiao proper to state that the Bitters are
old exclusively in glass, and never under any cir
cumstances by the gallon or the baneL Im pos
ters and imiiatois a.e abroad, and the only SKfo-
gaard tbe pnbiio have agetinst them is t see tat
tne itttters tney ouy bear me engraved iaboi and
note of hand of Heesrs. Hoeietter Smith, and tne
wovernment stamp oyer the cork of the bottle,
&BiLATca: ear ji e jrst: sEaATwJ
prm cUrft-TATr. aa fcnais els. ejies.es
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FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MORNING LEADIB OFriO.
Battsdat IvarTise, April 2, 1666.
For the pi't f--w days the Gold mtrbet tn lew
Turk bai been characterized by uscommoa steadi
ness, and has ru!ed dull and wtak, with an almost
to'at absence of speculative feeling. Thstransac
tians have been coniined to porehasee for payiag
customs dues, and some sales by baskers and for-
eigatrs. The World of to d.y srjs " the feeling Is
prevalent that a considerable decline will take
place from the expected ib 1pm eat of 5-90 bonds to
Europe next week " Ihe stesmerfrom Europe to
day reports a further advance In Government se
curities in the Xngiiah market, and thin being tha
case, it is not unlikely It also brings large orders
for Goveriment S3curities. including the re-invest,
ment of the interest on the May coupons dne to
foreigners, thus serving he doable purpose of re
taining th specie paid out by the Government In
tbe home market and also prodnclag a reaction la
foreign exchange, effects which must be materially
felt by gold at oice, while ths prospects of aa In
created movement In the time direction, when tha
news of ths ntter abandonment of the Confederacy
shall have reached ths capitalists on the other side
ef the ocean, will have a tende&cy to keep ths mar
ket weak and put an effectual curb upon a-y efforts
for an advacce. A other aid in keeping gold down
will be found In the steadily rednoed ex peases of
the Government, which has already commenced oa
a liberal scale, and which within six months ma?
be ret". need te a point within the revenue from tax
ation. In the meantime the Popu ar loan is being
tsken to the amount rt over millions a day, leav
ing a dsfly surplus of sbout two millions In tha
Treasury for the reduction of the debt. It is prob
able, therefore, that the permanent changrs in
Gold hereafter, governed as It will be by commer
cial causer), will be t lower fiurea until a specie
basis ss resumed. The fluctuatiocs yesterday and
to-day were within one percent-, the price to-night
cl' sing at MtAg. In lhis msrket there is very little
specie offering. Brokers were psyiug 144 for gold
to day acd sol Ing at 148 ; Silver dull at 136 buying
and 149 selling. Five-twenty May coupons were ha
moderate cff r.ng at 14 14ft.
The Mew Turk Stock market continues pretty
active unler the speculative feeling encouraged by
Ihe great ease in money, and prices en leading
Railways recovered to-day whtt was lost tluoogh
the bt ar combination of Tharady and Friday.
The market, however. Is irregular. Governments
In this city cuirncy continues abundant, with
cn'y a n.oderate demand for discounts. Exchange
remains cl as and firm at par buying and
The t jtsl sales of 7 SO' a by the National Banks of
this city d a nog the current week were 9630,650,
loc uiinfi $J3,00 by ths f econd National to-day.
This Bank also pi Id Treasury drafts for 9600,000 today.
Cleveland Evening Stock Exchange.
There will be a meeting of the Stock Exchange
on Monday evonicg, May 1, for the transaction of
very Important bnincss very member Is ex
peoatd to attend. By order of tne Reference Ccm-
N. Y. Money Market—April 28.
Monry- More active at 6 It ct. for call loans
Merlin; JkxeUanKe-Quiet at lUfllUw&j
(.a I ft Dull ad wi'hont decided change In
price, opening at 14tt decliniag to 146, and
doring at 146.
twovertiiiieni BtoekH A shade firmer.
Tie st"amr Grmsnia, for Xurope to day, took
out t-w.buj in sp-cie.
MOKNINa LI1SER OTrHOl,
Satukdat Kvuieo, April 29, 186. J
Recelpte The receipts of Grain by nil daring
the 43 hears euding ftt one .'olook to-day were a.
Wkeat Corn Oats By. Barley
"rrflU-Saf r -,, u Vt -mw
TsnrTTii , , Iv je 1 1 tilte jrrrarl
baa. brie. bna. bum, baft,
O. f). k 0. R 4-60 1650 18"iO
CAT ....lai o uso eoo oa
Total 170O0 30CO SJO ... 400
la addition to the above there were received by
Lake from Toledo 24,600 bU wheat.
The entire snapen&ion of business in this city
yesterday, aad the solemn influences Of the day
npoa ftll, disposed pftrtir. to do llttU more to-day
than open their place, of trade and ftttend to aueh
bcslne. as solghtoome Id their way nnsosght, and
conaeqasntly the day wa. throaghoat veiy qntet
la commercial circle.. The market, however, was
steady, sad though the advice, from New Tork
were not of the most favorable cheraoter, there
appeared to be bate no lack of conttdeoce, and ao
abatement of the firmness which holders have man
ifested for tbe past few dev.. The market there
fore closed strong for It-ading ftrticlt ftt our quota
The week pan has marked fta lrnprovem.tt ia
the general business of thi. market, bat trad, ia
still qni-t, comparatively lew orders tor merchan
dise bftviog as vet been received from the East In
any portioa of the Weet, sad shipment, to ny ex
tent having conacqneatly sot began. The great
difficulty at present Is found in the still ensealed
p: .itioD of things In New Tork, the market, there
being still liable to more or leas radical fluctua
tions, especially on floor and grain. Under pres
ent circumstance. Western merchant, are not dia
posed to ship, and will not do so nnt'I there is
proBpect at least of mora favorable flgurse than are
noweffering. There ba. been ft geaeral ftdvanc
in grain In this market dnring the week Wheat
anl Cora having Improved 8c, and Oat. 6o . Pro-
vi.ion. have ruled .teady .od firm, the outside
figure, on Mesa Pork at the c'ose showing aa ad
vance cf 9i,i0 to-day. In general Produce there
has been no marked change doting th. week. Old
Westt ra Reserve Butter has decline! several cent.,
with ft ligfet demand ; choice spring-made is want
ed, aud would readily command 28c. Egg. have
become scarce aud better, and tbe demand is good.
Tbe O ocery market during ths week has ruled
steady aud firm, sad dealers report very few alter-
ationa Irom our figure, of last we. k. The demand
i. good for seaple article.
FrelRj;tifAThe following are the rates at pres
ent asked by Like (steam) and Rail :
Lake and Rail To Kew Tork. First class
fl,25; rjeoood class: $1,(0; Third class: 86c;
Fourth class : "-" i. flour, tl 25 ; Wool, 11,85.
To Bost n. FirH class: 11,35; Second elasa:
(1,10; Third clan:&5o; Fourth class: 67c.
Flonr The market If quiet, but steady. Good
to chri:e XX red (7,758,25 f do XX white (8, 76
Wbeat Firm, with a moderate demand and
large receip Is. Sale. 4 cars No. 1 red from .tor. ftt
Corn Firm, with a fair Inquiry. Bale S ears
.helled from store at 80c
eiettH Firm. Bales of S cars st 66c from store.
Br Nothing doing. Bald at (l,0Ol,Og,
BnriF Held at $l,0fll,10 from .tore, accord
ing to quality
Porte In m derate demand and fttm.rat 138,-
Of 30,no for Clty.packad mess.
("tret. Firm. Sales 250 ff.j c'ty rendered In
tit-tees and kes st i0(,i21o.
Smelted JHeata In fair request sad steady.
Sugar-cured hams 23c for canvassed and 22e for
uncanvaaatd ; shoulders 17c ; dried beef 19c tor can-
vassid and 18c for ancanvftssed. Bale. 2,600 Its
nucaovansed hams at 22c
Pnller Common to good old W. R selling In
small way at 15l7c Mew in df mend at 28c.
F.R-ttT bcarc. ftnd firmer. Sa'e. 4 bbl. ftt 20.
Ctaeene Old quoted at 21(322c. No new la
Hfehwliies) Very dull and entirely nominal
A Icofiol Market quiet and ateady. Held at
(4,334,34 for S per oent. Neutral Proof Spirits
Fetroleam The market Is quiet aad weak.
Held at 711973c for reined.
fveexlu Scarce and firm. Clover held st (15,00
aud Timothy st (',00.
Potntoc Sales of peach-Mows at COo.
Itrlvej Applea Quiet at 7,38c, and pay for
ItrleMl Prarline Unpreled sellirg In a small
w.y at 3 $ ;iic ; no pee ed in a- ket.
I-skt ImIi The market is sieady, with a
mrd.rats remand. White eh, halt bbls, No. I
extra, (9,00; No. 1 or unimpeded (8,00; Trout,
half bbls, (,l; Mokerel, half bbls (8 60; Her-
I DE 1 60 per bbl. Bass (8 00.
rewe-rl es The market during the past week
hai been fi-m, with a good business dolna, aad
Healer, report nosHentiai cbasg. from last walk's
Porto Bioo ...l1ililo
Cuba 13ea, 6c
New Orlean..w... d. c
Whit. Cone. Wjil-J'-io
Yellow Coffee lsiaj e
A Granulated ...;020o
New N. O .(1 95-SJ1 30 I Cuba . (0 75aV 90
l orto kico t&j 1 10 1 M usoovado-. . y
".- .-363360 i j j q'r'
W 00 I IxipeUa.-.M.-l.t. KOSyVK,
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'Kuiiwwitswi slnisaasa c.irrW -(aaaaavl
.aeayyrS tnrittnjj&i??'tic.' r j-riwm
aSflTjiLa,ra, oer"l-y jsw-.iity!-54.JiB Ti
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fJ - rgs &2!t&xx? f.yj iV.
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tTAT' Ji. CltMlral Ifc. - j
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Beape Markat steady at the following rates t
Cleveland Chemical, HXal3o
Cleveland Bosia " , , 1 . ,,. si0e
N.w York Obemioat " .,, , -15 fjlTc
American Cairtilo M 21 a23e
Foralra Caetile " 29 M c
eermaa White aad Mottled, J) t IT t) e
Brooina Quoted at th. fclloig rates :
Oommon, a) v , , aa 76(5 00
btrftShftkftT, V do. 6 JM 26
Candle Btearine 26c ; 8tar3fe; Mould 20c.
rtats In fair demand and firm at th. follow
ing prices :
White, per half bM...(
Pickerel, per half km ,.
.a 8 SO
12 " 0o)13 00
10 Mi-Sll OO
9 6tqUO U0
t bt-o) 9 75
T 60 a) S DO
11 (013 OO
Trout, per naif bbl.
Mackerel No. 1, half bbl.
Ood. Oeorgis Bunk, per
Oed, Marble Bead, per
Pickled Herring., V bbl.
raodesi W sire Market steady, but quiet.
Quoted as follows :
Ixtra Tube ? do (17 00 I Churns, No. 1 do. $14 SO
rro. 1 " 10 Ul " no. S N ov
No. 2 - " 14 00 I Wo. S " 12 60
Mo. 2 "2 hoops, is CO I Washboftrd., " 4 75
No I " 12 TO I Half bruhele, patd. 6 60
Palls, I hoop I 76 I Keel, re, at n.t. 1 to
Pails, S 4 Ot) Clo'.pins, Vbi 5gr 1 40
Palls, rhaker 7 00
On sums of less than (ICO, five par cent Is added
to above prices.
ninrrn T-T following ar the list prloee f) box
of 60 feet selling here less Ire per cent :
First ooalltv. 8x10 (5 76
Second " ,,, 6 40
Oils We re Ties quoutiols a. follow. :
Linseed.- (I 20 I Whale, W. B (1 70
Oarbon 70fS)73c 1 Xlepliant " 1 70
Lard- (1 66(1 80 Soerm, W. 8 3 1 0
Bank 1 SO I straits 1 66
Meat, foot 1 86
II la. The market Is dull. The following are
the c'osing quotations :
. 6aj 6'xic
Green, trimmed, full cured..
20 21 .
Green Calf and Kip.
Leather Market dull at th. following quota
Slaughter Dole, V , , .18 40
Oak do do .. 47 49
Harness do ?8 42
Ohio Calf. 1 is 1 CO
French Calf. ..2 0C 2 5
Viniabed Ueavy Uppers, w doe. , , ,,.,(46 0060 00
Salt Steady. Fla. (2.10. Coarse and Grcond
sCopis Firm. New Tork Stat. Kre, accord.
Ing to quality.
Mais etea.ly. Barley Malt held at (1,80 par
Waaer Uanva First st (i 4 for Orrm aad
Flsafier. "FowsU's" land plaster (is to pas
Lamber The reotipt9 of Lumber, Fhiegles
and Lath at thi. point daring th. past week have
been as follows :
From Detroit 146,ono
From Pt. Huron lsl.oflo
Fro- Burwell 6.Hi.ouo
Fro fay City 373,0(0
From Port Hop-.l45.m0
From SnndBeaoh...l' 0 ijo
From Forester eo.iiro
F10 Pt. Alpeno... 16i',uce
The market has rnled quiet throughout the
week, and the receipt, be'cg light, there has been
ao essential change. W. contlnu. the quotation,
made last week as the prion prevailing at Ih. don
Pi.m. , . orMjfin 00
" 2d clear 60 (XVji.ss 00
Box 42 OD.,.48 00
Cmmt.n 2 l:(ir) 00
Ooarae common. .
20 0H(i21 00
.... SO OOrel
m 0025 cn
24 OO.ul-5 00
First Clear Floooriug, roughs
Second do. Flooring, rough
Siding Clear, droaeed. .
Joist and Scantling
Soinglea Cleveland, abaved..
" Sawed ..
5 S 60
8 2 4 S 6il
6 004 5 25
...None in market.
Hay The supply of Bay by wagon m market
during th. past week has been fair, and price,
hare ruled pretty steady. Th sale to day of or
dinary to goad were at a range ef (16,009jl8,00.
COMMERCIAL. Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
SATURDAY, April 29, 1865.
wholesale dealers, No.. 29 and 31 Merwin street,
report th market unchanged and steady at the
following quotations :
rutT sab raoa.
IV, to 6 by to 1 Inch, per lb.. 6
2 to by y, to IK Inch, " .
IV, to by xo Jiinch, " .
1 to 14 by 6. to inch, .
noass SHOE ISOS.
to I by 8-16 to it Inch 1 T
No. 10 to 17
No 18 to 24
No. 26 and 26
Cer'lncbeaVldeTMMit ex triil"
lod up to 60d
..( 6 60
8d and ri
6d and 7d .
4d and 6d .
Terms cash la New Tork Ix hangs at par, or
fUnd. par m Cleveland. A dUoount of 3 per mat.
Is made it remitted on receipt of Invoice.
Bom mt" fiatisBj a-rovtnoia Market
Ths following ar th rate charged by as I
Hiams--atefraroared premium hams sj s 22
Kriext Bewf- D 18 .
elhoaldere finirarored v- Ir. . ,, , Ml ,
HMOs Or Smoked Side. . . i .
sauri Prime leaf kettle-rnd'd In bbl. or tros.0 a
Prim leaf kettle-radr'd la kegs V to.S.l t
Pork No. 1 mea. . ' f' 00
Ixtra clear l-M S3 00
BSF No extra share made for package, or cart
age to railroad depot or boat. All articles an
warranted strictly prime, aad equal to anything Is
the Stat. Orders promptly filled.
'- Hue. US. 144 and lee Ontario street.
NEW YORK MARKET—April 29.
heavy dcld dly lower.
Sale, at 47948c for middling.
rlonr Heavy aud ioioc lower.
Sales at (7 15(37 30 for extra state; (8 0O.8 10
for common to sood shipping brands extra round
boon Odlo; (d 16 gi 60 for traie brands. Market
WklakyW tbont decided change. Western
a- S- 10.1)2 11.
Wtaeuat Dull, wilh drcoplng tendency, except
for choice parcels, which ar. vety scarce, hale,
winter red western at $1 70; amber Michi.as (1 70
SVrss 8-aroe and firm. Small sales ne r yellow
St (1 43fiil 46.
Ostia mill. Bales at 798)o for western.
'olfpe Active and firmer.
Petroleum-Fira. Sa'es at S1 10c for crude;
&5(it5oc f.r rettned la ond and 76.?ie for do f. ee.
fork Heavy and lower. Seles at (29 26
$30 26 for aew ss-sa. closing at ! 26 cub;
(.7 OOOin 60 for 1863-4 do, c.sh and regular way.
olowins at 'l 26 cash; (6 00,0)26 ?6 for prime and
IM 60(7 76; (or prim. mrwi. A 1. 1 3,000 bhls new
met. for Mav, Jan and Jaly, eller's option, at
$t 50(i31 60.
(eel-Steady at is& ee for plain mees; lfiJ
20e for .xtra mee.
Cot Meat-Firm at 14;515o for shoulders;
17tA19o ior hairs.
HaniB-Steady. Sale, at 15ajl6c for Cumber
land cut; issjtsvo for long-ribbed; H;9i.17o
f-.nl Le.. active aud steady at 16(i18Vo.
ltattei Firm at previnu. price..
llkee-e Quiet at i622c.
CHICAGO MARKET—April 29.
V4 tM t Bteaily Pal . at (1 17V, for No. I.
Coras Quiet and declined h. Sales at sW.-a
Ostta Dull. Sal-. at 42,c for No. 1.
11 iarlnea bull.
Provlxlona Neglected and entirely nominal.
ReoripM Flour. 2H0 bbls: wheal. 16000 bei
eora, 87,wd. oat, 8,000.
No business t-n Tueedrv.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
InjltA-r-t, Banham, Burwell, 68 m lumber
City cf Cleveland, McKay, Detroit.
Btmr Morning dtar, Vuer, Detroit.
Btmr May nea. Miller, Detro;t
r-op viean, Vvateroory, nunkirK
Prop Hew York, Monro. Buffalo
Frop Empire ritt, Pbeatt, Buffalo
Prop Prairie btale, Knepp, OKdensborgh
Prop Araxes. William. BoffsJo
Urig Paragon, Sinclair, Detrelt, 146 m lumber, CO
m lath, sO m suinalea
Bchrwtntield ficotu Cassiday, Bay City. 200 m
Schr A Medbnry. Warner. Toledo. 10.000 bn wheat
Srhr Three Friends, Phipps, Port ftye.se
Schr Perseverance, Ky, Torooto
bchr Indian Maid, Earl, Port Stanley
Bchr Annette Davis, Hoes in Burwr-U
Bchr fioneward Bound, lit us, BnrweU, 115 m
Sahr Kitaabeth, Jackson Burwell. 30 m lumber
Bchr Kmea Tberet-a. Aric hosier, Burwell. tVa m
Pchr Flureoce, Ward, But well, 120 m Inmbsr, iMl
Bchr Tom WroasT Thompson. Burwell
Kchr Waits Sherman, burk, band Beach, 100 m
lumber. 2 m lath
Bchr Petrel, Pelt.er, Port Hope, 145 m lumber, 60
m lath. 60 m shingles
Pchr B i Olbba, Carroll Toledo, TS 0 ba wheat
Bohr W O Grant, Donahue, Oswego
Bchr W H Wlllard, Sherman, Toledo, 7100 bn wheat
BcbrfT Barnev. fiailev. Varmilllon
teaPamaw, Jlorwi, A 1 peno, lfiO m lumber
AjgWnhewgimiiw, fort Huron, 10 m lumber
, -, au-n sniagiari, w m lata
"&V"ny, Charlan, Detroit
WwWiwni, uirwn, iveuey s island
Ptmr Morning. 6tgriger. Detroit.
Btmr May Qatieq,' Mil'er, Superior City
PrniT (JrnTt Htst Itiihnn ( Viii-mo-n ,
!iri-'-Sarr.?T! irr.-CBitiio. 5i5tnn. coal
Sew ieaa. O-wren, Kerrey's Island
-ISA Serr W1! ''UWIHl, DyKOjJ , '
CBICTM OF ADvXlgglOS.
Dnss Olret. aad Parqnett. 60 cats; Seearad Beat
to Dn. OlroU, 76 cents; Family Cirnle, 60 eratat
Oallery. E6 oents; PHvat. Box.., (5 aad Si .
'"5' "ftta la PrlvftS. Boxes. (1.
"lored peraon. will, ondrr no clrcumrtan
5?. b,,rm.1,to" occupy aeaufn uy other por.
Uon of the hoes, a.,, th. Gallery, admission ate.
Boor, opw at 7. Cartai. iIk. at A
laat rive anBhta or si has olive Aosrasi.
Mosoat Evesieo, May lmt, will be prwsated
Mia. Logan's as. pi.y, written by hsraeli. .alillsd
, Oa, Taa Jmm'i Iiacsitss.
Hlin.Wl"5 MI" Irsa
Itooert Leckitna. ,,, , jfr Evaj.s
av-Mo other Piece to Bight.
Carpenter's Great Palming!
Will r main on axhibltioa
IN CHAPIN'S HALL.
Pwtil S P. M. THIS DAY, Mokoat, Mat 1,
jd rosmriui ho loxetx.
THE ElTCHOsOJ FAMILY
Wil! give one of ttelr splendid
AT BRAINARD'S HAL L.
FBI DAI" EVENING, MAT 5th.
" myl 806
gT. GEORGE'S SOCIETY'S
The Sevinth Anneal Festival of th
ST.CEOUGta BKmOLINf SOCItTT,
Wil! be held at CHAPIN'S HALL,
THTJB8DAT EviSItfQ NlXT, MAT TH.
Supper will be provided bv Mr. 8. W. Garrett, at
6 o' cli ck.
Music by Lelaed'. Bsnd.
The Dancing will be under Ihe direction of Mr.
L. V. Ballon,
licket. can he had at the store of FT. 8. Rannev.
corner Iletrolt and Pearl etret te, Wi st 8 de ; of
either of the Steward., and of the President of th
Botiety. O GRESFIKLD,1
B. H 81.MB, I
myI:2UT H PAKJON., President-
WILL BC GIVEN AT
Unde the directkn of the Hew York Manufactur
ing Jewv-liers' Aisoclation, who, at twelve Eater
tatinmenta eiven by this Association, at tbe A cud
emy of Mmu, in Ne York, aotd upwards of
diui.ooo wo. th of Tickets, aod
Gave A wy Orer ca.COO Prejents!
N. B. AH others using the name of tbe New
Tork Manufactnrtng Jewt-lsrs Aa-ociaciioa, are
fictitious associations a d in no way coonerted
with the Original a ni Only 6enuie New Tork
Jewsfers' Asociation in the country.
We Open on Tuesday, May 2.1,
FOR THE SALE OF TICKETS AUD
DISIRIBUTIOX OF PRE6ENT3.
No. 134 SIPEBIOR STREET,
(AMIIilCAN HOCSI BUILDINO.)
To the Purchasers of Tickets to tha
New York Manufacturing Jewel
FBOM THEIR IMMENSE STOCK of JEWELRY.
Watches Ser-w!th Dfamonds, Gold Eoame'ed
Aatrhei, Teavy Gold liQniinj-c8e Vatchee,
Mlvar Watcbe, Tea Cets, Silver War,
of a'l deocriptionrt. Bracelet., Guard
th.ins, Brojches, (olitairea.
Bin;, ac , Ac.
And an endlens varirty of B Uteri, and obj-ote
TICKETS 0HX DOLLAR.
Every one rc.ves a Presect at the time they
purchase iholr Ticket, varying la value from Fifty
Ceots to Hundreds of toilers.
" No Ticket- sold at the HaTl. Everyone re
ceives a Prtsent m purchasing their Ticket at tha
No. 131 Superior Street,
(A asmc a Uocsa Bbilb aa.)
"BEaBf OREAD I
The most Liberal, the most Fair, the most Origi
nal, toe most Popular, the most (arcessfnl Enter
prise ever iaaagu aterf, and endorsed by the PtiES
aod PUBLiO of Mw York, Buffalo, PittsbnrBh,
and all the Largest cities, Kast and West.
5 he New York Herald s.ys:
Thrwe has never breu an enterprise insogirated
In ibis city, which bit been more generallv patron
ized or gifen more general satisfac.ioa, than that
of the Presentation ntertsuniii-nt given by the
New York Man o fret u in Jewelers' Association.
Ths New York Tribune says :
The beet artistes procurable ia the c'ty, are en
gaged tor theae enterttinments, and it se mv to be
tha determination of th directors to leave nothing
undone to ple-ses aad satisfy their patrens. 1 here
is no delay, no anxiety on the part of toe purchas
ers to know whst they will receive. The present ia
given when the ticket Is purchased, aoa they go
away with a tiokst ;or a first cla entertain ment,
worth tbe price paid lor the ttkrt, and a present
worth at least ss maea at retail prices, and per
hap a great deal more.
The New York Times flajs :
The extreme liberality aid fa'cnes with which
Mr. Bllas, the Actuary of the Maoulactarlng Jew
elers' Assocatlon, has eon4nct-d everything re
latiog to these entertatnm-'nTi, have utada them
more popular than any thing of th kind ever giv
en tn Nw Kork, an-i the ea.e of Tickets baa tv-ea
very larire. L ke ail of Mr 1 aV (romiers, every
expectation hld out in re at oo to tiiee sntenaan
ment, baa b.en more than realised.
vDepot for the sale or Tickets and Distribution
No. m Superior Etreet,
(AasBicaa Hoosa Bdildimo.)
DON'T FORGET THE A UMBER.
The fir it Entertainment will be given
THURSDAY, III ltth.
StaT-PartiM la the co ntry who d sir. Tickets,
can have Tiekeia and PreMnu sent by mail or ex
ptee, on receipt of the money.
myl J. W. MAS, Actuary.
Grand Tccal and Instrumental
Wednesday and Thursday IienlBgs,
May 31 and 4th,
CAMILLA U R SO,
The Lady Violinist, a-afsted by ths following emi
nent Artists :
HA. ATJKLIX MOliK, Prima Donna.
HERE I4IDOBB LtHM",
Frimo Bariione, from th German Opera.
Pianist and Muleal Director.
Admission, SO cents; a-served Seats. 9ft casta
extra. Keeerved seat, can be had at Bra'narrl .
wu.ic piore anr at ft. no -r ap'zH 20
PATE NT OFFICE ACSNCY.
KITED STATE3 AUD FOKEIGN
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY,
He. IS Ba st Rtreet, rievplrtnel, Ohio.
W. ar. prepared to transact bnaina of every
dtMKtpttott relatias to lnventiona, Lrawinya, Ca
", Hpeclflcstiona, Patents, Infringements, aad
the Patent Laws. EURRILeG a CO.,
ER wUl be Issued Daily, Trl-Weekly and
Weekly, at the old offlc of publication, oa and
after TUBDAT, APBIL 25 tb.
ateTBeina th only Pally Demteratle paper la
northern Ohio, it present, nnequallerl faclli'io (or
advertising. W. W. ARSI6T0ri,
THE UNDERSIGNS D will -w-
open his Pastures for th. sraaoa " f
on slonday. Hay 1st. Price., for fi
Cows, 75 cents; for Hones, $1,60 ,us "
Week, payable every Monday In advase. AllanJ
mals received to be la every respect at fzi?"
r's rlBk. Apply to A. and O. FnknM". """T.
men, at th entrance rates, new e"