Newspaper Page Text
AGBEAT BABGAIH. The nndeiu
-leo-d wi.hee toielfcii Steam Sew Mill.
.Ml one n. le end f onh r M of 0 .rU.
, puou p-uu-uu i. . .bnve T rT
yjVLTEBj; HI 1 IC ub.rha.m)--21-
rOR PALE A .ery strong two-hors
Woe a apt-d to p-d-ill'g sewing machines.
JUtZZZ'"" it I will - itJ-iT . p. Ad.
TU(i LOST LOdT, A BLACK SST
.LrTER IHWJ, with tea marks on Hre and ia. ; also
a tea wot over ea-h ey. Any eereon Hiring infu--aaatiuo
ot hia h.Mhol a. or briuviig hint to to.
cwner. lw 81 Clair air , will be reward d. ajyl-Ju7
W ANTED TWO FIESTVCLASS
Chambermaids, at 45 Public Square. airl-a
WAN'TEO A GOODfJlBL ACCUS
TOM Ei lo dotn- gea ral hoaaavork. Dly
at a bank strtt, -'
"TT7ANTED A SITUATION BY A
T I vonnx man. in a wholesale o- eomm-Mvtoa
boas .?wr? a?"alr" . " iSl?
ot afraid ot work. Addr-a J. T. F, Ok JjfjJ-
POB 8ALE AN ENGINE WITH
bot or. thirty boras po-'r. .'most new and in
. ...Hti raer. I'quira at RklTC and
eAlCaU.s,i 8 Ha:Lino bb-a, opposite Ives Brew.
cnAilA BRICK. FOB SALE
yU.UUU Bo laip jr thousand.
aa27-3nt Atwater building.
-WAX TED-BY A GKNTLKM AN
I T and bu wife, board, within ten minute' walk
r4 the P. U.,lut r-, tau.e private nnw. u-re-,
wi h terms, 23. btlferor st. anff-.-Ot
BOY LOST . GBOKOK SILBEH-BOBN,ar-d
U years, left bis homeoa. Woodo-ine
tr-et, title, it. bdetmbt-r last, lie is sappasMrd
to be io the city lilL. Any lniortuatio , eouceruiug
feint will i-t thankiQiiy receive its uiMntfai tuoin
r, Mo. 13 Woulttue strtwt. 26
TADIE3 PORT MONAIE LOST-
XJ Oa Tneed&y morning, between Bonw street ami
-B-I.4n-i -t.r- hw . nf Kn M(J fe.Cl:d BtruftB.
It contained a lu pri--nicfe and soaia ( ip. Tb
Audr will b liberally reatded br teaTiag iba same
at Jw. I. Baldwin and Co.'a. apat:fl
"DUTTEK WANTED. 100 Tuba fresh
made Butter wanted at 66 Merwin rt-et.
mi20a4 JE. COTTKLL.
TTOK RET. HOUSB AND LOT ON
rarwt etreet. House lanre and oommodtoni; Lot
feet by 2, w.th an aL'undiuioe of Doe Sairabbe r,
and Rood fruit, choice grap. aod a cod barn.
lermneaHT. tnijttira ot 1. w . UAGJt, iJ on
Conor street. :iL2
SITUATION W Art IK Li.
fro-n tbe ast df?airei a atination as Entry Cterk.
yit or As ot. in nut irid of work, and would
mak. biniac If frfnertkllf naelnl. Dja not objnct go.
1U6 to oil TMaiOba. hx!rHca given aa to quaiifi'
tloni aid character. AdditMa W. B., Leader ofboe.
i.vih iSALbi. Two eooa Home od
X Lota en di. Clair at.; ota littad np lor Store witb
lodgiun in rax aud oveibemh
BACKUS and huBLl.
EAND FOli SALE. Fifty-three Mra
nraa'nd on Willann aTnn, Ht. Clair, and oupa
riorn. -Ktnaion, known as tbeSWrhng Farm. V ill
be -Id in lot t auit pnrcbaaera. Cnquire of E. ti.
kkln or M. M. -fAh ULLlt. mh3U21t
A' I A BABGAIN. FOB BALE. The
8nbacrleT offen f 3r al bia reaidenca, situated
. a . k.if ww.nm fn.m ih.t'ttirt Hi,niw. in a Terr
deai rable locaiitir. 1 be Lot coTers ten and one balf
acre, 01 ncedinaly Oiuios land, and oontains an
abundance ot fchrnbbtrt ; Baajberry tries and
(Urawberrralanta-, Ota a Vines (a good anaort "et);
a ...hi orchard five sear old, oonsistinjr ol uawsros
at asffentr Ap .le, ear, Ftumb and Cherry Trees ; ai
ao a ncnib r ol Quince trevs, ail of wincbarejust be
annnlun to bar. Tue House is brick, nearly new,
Jon ai!iiDai.on lofty rooms. Tbe brn. Carnage
, .nH,.th.r Ant.lmildt as. are a
aood condition. Allostber, It is a Tery, desirable
residence, and WiU bo sold cbeap lor cfi or lon
CTuUlt, as iiaru-su.MiD. i t . .. " : , .
IXJtt SALJi Ills LiAiiUJi, tjvunLiB,
P House, 35 .nd 3S Prospect street, suitab e for
boardins bouse. Terms sy. annnire oi wjp
V hiobLkl, at tue.ifiiceoi Backus s hoble. feU:f
Crl H05ET ADVANCKD
T))w.lUJ in .nm. to suit at the old stand and
well-known WAUMkbVa LCAS UKIflCli. jn Secu
rities ol every kind, ris: Cold and Silver w atches.
Diamonds. Silver Ware, Jewelry, (inns, Pistols,
OlotbitiR iry lioods, Pinnus, Melodeons, and all per
aoiial sronerty and arriclcs of value, on tbe most sat
r.,,r. Limi Business strictly private, kstab-
ibibed Mil. .B A varwty of unredo-med W atcb-
Tufice-cornero W ater and Snperlor streets, over
WM. K. fKKSTOX,
(Snocasaor to C. G. Bruce A Preston),
l.mT ami Nnvv riAlm . AM
Ktar Court Howse,on Public Sqnai a, 01eTelaad.O.
We collect Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay. Prise
tfoner. fd sJl otber War Jlims.
AcaTOiir Special Agent resident at WaahlntoB,
J JH dotea Lis eit re t me to the collection of
Orrirsas' A.cornrs, procuring Oattificatesof -Son-indebtedness
and obtain pf.
mar reee tow. NocbaFe until ws hare acoom
ftlifbed wbat me nndtrtake.
Gennn LaBjciia e gpt ken apl8
" ,D. W . CAGE,
Attorney at 14sw, and
Authorized War Claim Agent
Orrra 16S errtaioa Br., Ounuin, O.
Benares Pecslor.s, Collects Bounties, Back Pay and
rriae Hoi ey, anu rmeecute. war uiaune
of every description.
aar My Associate at Washington rives particu
lar attention to the se.tlemeut of OrflCKBd'
avav All persons bsving Claims against tbe Got
amment should anolv to me at once.
arcommnuicaticna enclosinc sump will receive
profnr.t attenrf mma
for Chicaso tnl Intermediate rr.
Th staunch screw steamer
CITT OF E03T0N, I. CiiFKll, Master,
Will l.aveon Tn-eay, May 2d, at It o'clock A. M.
For freight or psssage arply o
i-libTiJ j, rRNCH k CO.,
Foot of buperior at.
N. K. MoPo!.. Paefeorer Agent. myg
IXB LAKE taUPEBlOli. in
1 Th. ne. and elegant low-pre.. t
pasenger ritwmer irw- n si, is si nun
bIDES J. Turner, M.ster leaves flleve and for
Lake cunenor port, oa WbDMcsDAX next, May
M.atao'crck P M
For freight or passage apply on board or to
H05t, PKr.lt A C).,
Tnyl-207 Rler street.
For Lake Superior.
MOBTBERN L1G1T, ?spt M. fcf
H. Mnerh, will leae our dock f.rt ansam
Ontonagon and iuurmediate ports, oa ) UKSUAT,
tlay ad, at 8 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage apply to
BOB i H a NNA k CO.,
ap27-0 lm ai d 171 Rivet street.
DisraicT or Curaaooa
CLrvrxaao, May 1st, loco. )
TVJOTICE 13 HEBKBY GIVEN that
jAl sled proposals, accompanied ey p aper aur
autas aocording to loima to tiefntniphedoa applica-
tioa at this office, will be tvc iveo thereat, until is
o'clook meridian, oa tbe first Tuesday In J one next,
for tbe supply ol tne Ma ine Bosultal, at this city,
with the articles of provisions, rnHjirtne, Ac, eea
K. rated in said forms The quantities stated are
estimates with rfernce to the usual sumberof
patients in tbe Hosti'al, but tne TTnltHl States ra
aerva the right to take more or less of the articles,
according as th.y may be aetn.ily required.
If tbe articles a.tirereu at toe una- ial are aot,
la the Judgment of tee physician, ot the beet qual
ity and ad.pted to the Hupital. he will teat liber
ty to rj ct tbe same, to paicbeee other articles in
their stead, and to charge the contractcr with any
exc-si in oost ovrr tbe contract prices.
Tbe Unit d States reserve the rlsbt to accept the
proposal, for the whole or any portion of the arti
cles specified. JuHnl U. GRARNI8,
my tin Itaw Collector.
T' 0 BfJILDERi Sealed Proposals will
he'reoeived nnttl noon of the 16th dsyof May,
lbbo, for lorn shiog all the meter ais a d doing
all tue labor required for enclosing the new LVaf
us Damb Asylum fuilriincnow In Ct urse of erec.
tioa la the city of Columbus, for the Mate of
Ohio, In accordance with the plans and soeciuoa.
Mens and uncer the direct' on of the Architect and
Each bid must be accompanied by a bond In
the sum of tw-nty-five per cent, of fie amount
Involved, conditioned that the party making the
proposal or hid will accept the contract, if the
aaa at awarded to stld parte, tcr tbe fallhfal
ajerformaaoe of the contract oa their part
Plans and speclAca! as may be s en at the of
fice oi the Sup rinte-denuou aald Asyinas rrottnds
ia tna ,1 y of Columbus, and als? at tbe offices of
the Architect, Mo. Perkins' Block and ad Ora.
a;on street, Cleveland, Ohio
The bids will be opened at the office In Colnm
BB, af'rr 12 o'clock on th- 16th day of May, 18o5i
"..Tha Bnperinta .dent reaervee ta right to reject
any or all the bids coasideted lncompa Ible with
she Interests oi tne cave.
J. M. BLafTKBrjRw
Architect and Sapertnt-ndant.
Clsvelsnd, Ohio. May lSot. myl:zos
ADMINISTRATES 3 SALE Byi7.
to. of an order of sale issued to ma f om the
probate Court within and rr the County of cnya.
hora and State of Ohio, on the 29th day of April,
186A, In the case of Barvey laittimer. Administra
tor of tee .etate of Sawuel VThiia, deceased, against
Lacy O. White and otbe. s, I shall offer for sale at
public vendue, cn theftd day of June, 186 at tea
10) o'clock A M , at the door cf the Cou-t Boose
In said County, the lands and tenements destribrd
as follows, to wit : Situate in the township of last
Cleveland, iu the County of Cuyahoga end 'tste of
tihlo, and la known by being part of Original lots
342 and 31, and is bounded aa fellows: Commencing
la the center of epangler avenne, so called, at the
westerly corner of lands ovratd by Mrs. L. C. White;
theaee easterly on the northerly line of Mrs. L. C.
White's land 8 chains and &a links; tha-ce north 3
eeeins and 38 links; threes W'St S ehatos and 88
links; tbeoee south 1 chain and 71 links te tbe
center of Spsngier. avenne; thence north-easterly,
la tbeoentre of Bpanglrr avenne, a eoaliu to Ike
place of beginning, containing two tad SO-1000
acres, subject to tbs dower interest of Lucy C
Appraised rains of said premises, tsro.
Admln'rtrator of Kilate of Samuel White, Ctc'd.
KNITTING COTTON. 600 ponndi
all colors. Just received, at reduced priors.
aps m. uiLtm m
"XTJTLBB Y- AND PLATED WABK
aw at naaoaa prices, as vuwii a oo.'B,
$ti 7W1 Uemi
TCIBOAY. MAT 9.
Fire and Marine
THE C1KVKLAND IXSURANOE
Of CleYeland, Ohio.
Capital, - $500,000.
1 his Ooaspany Is aow fully organised, and nra-
pared to write f i as and Caaoo akuaa.
E. B. PATH, T. r. HA1TDT,
CEABLKof W. COS, . B. 8KXTON,
BKHRT W. CLABK, LXTSBITT ALOOTT,
8. S. M'aftLLAJf.
H. B. PTNI, President.
8.8. 0 'K, Secretarj.
Office, Sexton's Block, tor. Snperlor
ana aerwn iireeu,
a. w. p. a. p. ST.
AtlanUo Oreat Western ..... :60 -.15
A. A U. W.. Habonina Braucb 6:50 8:t5
lka Bbore, Cleveland A Krie 8:50 8: :M
OoanaautA Kr'a Aooommodation.. 8:fiO
Pitubnrsh A heelmir. . 8:00 1:30
OleTeland A Pttubarah. Accom 5:1H
Oo'nabua. 8:0 :46 10:
Toledo 8:10 S:0 lOrft
A SRI'? ALU,
ntlantk A Oreat Western t:S0 :U
A. A a. W.. alahoolna branch 10:!S MO
Lake Shore, Cloyeiasd A IHe..... 7:10 :1 8:SS
'lonneaut A Erie AoconimodaUoB...lil:Vi
rUsbnrak A Wheli,ii t:M 10:1'
Oolombos . . 5:50 8 (X) 8:Sf
r.i.. ,,, ,-,.,. ., S 90 : fc
uatroil boat..... .
sWOlrlaana wlAhiug couTeyai 3 to altber ol th.
aboys Trains or Coats arlU be oalied for by Coaches
of (Stevens' txr.nirus Ina. by leavtr.? their address
at tbe Omntbas omce, 11T ricpenor straat, naxi
door to tbe Weilileu Mouse
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Designated Depository for all Pabllc
Authorised Subscription Agent for the
This being the only Popular Loan now befrre the
reople, tne Bans win oeip on usno a inn aer"
aaent of sisea, and nil all orders promptly and with
out delay. -
KITS) Per Cent. Iwl Tender Retea,
With Accrued Interest to data, received In pay
sent for Eubserlitlons. and will tedm at par tbe
Ot.upons oa the Keren Thirties presented at the
WIU alao onrehaaa United States Vouchers. Cer.
rlflcates of Indebtedness, and alt troernmnit. Se
DmaNATXD DrrosiTOKT avd Tin ihcial Agiwt or
THE U Hi SO bTATKS.
Agent for the 8al of
U. S. 1 S-10 NOTES.
Five per oent. t eal Tender Notes received in
payment of same with accrued interest.
All descriptions of
GOVER " SECURITIES
Bought and Sold at bet ret.- ap18.K4
AredewJ of Mnsio Miss Olive Logan.
Harvey Limer Administrator's Sale,
ou, Fr nch k Co. For Chicago.
"Oowles Pocket Books.
Arrandale k Co. Important Notice.
J. 0 Orannls Notice.
J. H. DeWltt k Co. K!d Glovs.
Hcwar k B igbee Notice.
W. 0. White A Great Bargain.
C. U Taylor For Bala.
J. M. Blackburn To Builders.
Plymouth Chnrch Lopal Notice.
S30 Buward Local Nollca.
Dr. H J. Herrlok Lccsl Notiie..
Removal Lical Hotice.
Porter's Cure of Pain I oisl n'ollcs.
Five esses new ribbons, flowers,
straw goods opening at Mrs. Shaw's.
Ten Compositors wanted.
LieDit Job Room.
Apply at the
Boiso or Education. Tbe Board of Edu
cation met lsst night, and the new mem
bers were sworn in. L. M. Pitkin wss
chosen President, and L.D. Hudson, Secretary.
FiasoraL, John Dawson will please re
turn the package taken by mistake from
the United States Express Office Saturday
Scildid. Frederick Boem, an employee
.r u. n v rr.t,.;n v.i fiM. fll
I ,. " -
I t boiling water yesterday morning and
i syas badly scalded. Vr. rrentiss gave mm
Oos MoNOHisr Papia. Kotwithstanding
an enormous sale of our Friday morning
monument Liadie has been made, another
large edition has been struck off to supply
the popular demand. Copies of that num
ber of the LiD can be had at the LaUDti
Fix Tcxrigiici Licturi. H. L. Hurl
but, the Reformed Drunkard, will deliver
a lecture this evening at tbe Temperance
Hall, 184 Superior street. The New Tork
papers speak in the very highest terms of
his power aa an orator. We trust he will
have a large andience.
Bockd Ovrs The man named Wright
who wss arrested, Saturday, on suspicion
of having committed the theft at Henry
Lobin's residence and store on St. Clair
street, and who was partial y tried before
Justice Brand, was yesterday bound over
to the next term of the Court of Common
Pleas, beginning May 15th. Bail $"00.
B. A. Fcllsb 4 Co Tbe attention of our
readers is called to the advertisement, in
another column, of 8. A. Fuller A uo. This
firm are largely engaged in the manufac
ture of Fancy Furs of every description,
and are heavy shippers of the tame. Tbey
propose to close out their stock of Hats,
Caps and Straw Goods to engsge exclusively
in the aforesaid business, and tbey offer
(Teat bargains. We advise all interested to
give them a call.
Cittahooa ScBHAiinr, TtLioRifB Weiaw
yesterday, coils of submarine cable in front
of the U. S. Telegraph office, which the
Telegraph company are to lay across tfce
Cuyahoga river-bed near Seneca street
bridge in a few days. The cable is about
S00 feet long, and consists of four strands
of wire, braided, and isolated by gutta per
cha. The cable, which is one inch ard
three quarters in diameter, is bound in
oakum and enclosed in galvania iron wire.
AoaniifT op Mtmic. The announcement
that "Eveleen, or, the Felon's Daughter,"
a play written by Miss Logan, would be
presented last night, drew a large audience
to the Actdemy. We have not space this
mornisg'to speak of tbe merits of the piece.
It abounds with striking incidents, and
there ia that variety in the plot which is
eesential to the highest success of a drama
It will be presented again this evening.
"St. Gxoaex's Society Fastival. This
worthy society will hold its seventh annual
festival atChapin's Hall, on Thurday even
ing, May 4th. The anniversary fell on the
23d of April, but owing to the sad tragedy,
it was postponed this year to' the above
time. We shall expect to see all the repre
sentatives of John Bull in this city, and
many of Brother Jonathan's, present at
this pleasant gathering.
The supper will be provided by Mr. Gar
The festival will be seasoned with
eloquent speeches, witty sayings, capital
soejs, and wind op wi,h a merry dance.
Last Meeting of the Old Council—
Transaction of all Unfinished Business
-Message of Mayor Senter—Installation
of New Members of the
Council—Address of Mayor Chapin—
The old Council met in Couneil Hall yes
terday afternoon at two o'clock, to transact
whatever business was unfinished at the
last regular meeting, and to give place to
the new Council.
Tbe President of the Council, Thomas
Jones, jr., was in the Chair.
A 1 the members were present except Mr.
Reading of the minutes of the previous
meeting dispensed with.
Of the City Attorney on the close of his
OjBcial term. To be printed with annual
CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES.
Of Jacob W. Schmitt, City Marshal.
Of Lucius B. Eager, Constable. Ap
proved. Or Luther N. Eastman, Constable. Ap
proved. Of John B. Fernald, Constable. Ap
proved. Of W. S. Stedman, Serton. Approved.
Of Wm. Hart, Treasurer. Approved.
Of S A. Abbey, Police Judge. Approved.
Of D. N. Gardner, Police Clerk. Ap
proved. Of George Ridgeway, Constable. Ap
proved. Of Daniel Stewart, Sealer. Approved.
Of A. E. Burlison, Infirmary Director.
By Mr. Sturges, That we part
retiring Council with regret, and assure
their corstituenls that they have merited,
and should receive from them the cheering
plauditof "well done good and faithful ser
By Committee on Police, That the sum of
one hundred dollars bs appropriated and
paid to Jacob Schmitt for extra services
rendered as acting City Marshal during the
absence of Col. John M. Frazee with the
Hundred Days' men last season. Adopted.
By Mr. Sturges, That the thanks of this
Council are due and are hereby tendered to
its President. Hit Hoc or, the Mayor, ana
all the offices connected with the eity gov
ernment, for the able and faithful manner
m which they have performed their several
duties during the period o! tneir service.
By Mr. Bnd, That the thanks of the
Coube:! are due and are hereby tendered
to Colonel John M. Frazee, City Marshal,
and to the police force, for the faithful and
impartial discharge of their duties during
tbe year. Adopted.
By Mr. Sturges, Wheeeab, A brutal and
oerDariius murder has recently been com
milled upon the person of the late Presi
dent of tbe United States and an attempt
to perpetrate a similar outrage upon the
secretary ot State, and
Wbeekas, The evidence so far discloses
a nelarioua plot to assassinate every pro-
minent member of the National Govern
Wheseas, It must be evident . TeI7
;.n.ei.i .-A it,, ..I.;.,- mi-u. that these
dark deeds of crime the natural result
or inamn .ml it. teachings, therefore,
t,.i..i Th.t we will sustain the pre
sent chief 'authorities of the Nation in such
messures as tb- may see fit to adopt to
bring ,r perpetrators to justice and
.4uate punishment, if, indeed, any pun
ishment can be adequate to such offenses,
and to effectually crush out whatever may
yet be lett of that gigantic and wicked re
bellion which so long defied our effort to
By Mr. Bond, That the thanks of this
Council is hereby tendered to the reporters
of the city papers for the impartial and
satisfactory manner in which they have
reported tne proceedings ot the Vity Coun
cil lor tne past year. Adopted.
To levy and assess a special tax upon all
tbe lota or lands bounding or abutting upon
Miami street between Ohio and Eagle
To levy and assess a special tax upon an
alley running from Bussia to Hurd street,
also on a portion of Hurd street. Passed.
To establish the grade of Charles street.
To establish the grade of Center slraet.
To grade and improve Center street.
Accepting and confirming the dedication
nf Ohanal. TTenrv anri I'hu.l.. . I ru I .
I To grade and improve Charles street.
All business having been transacted,
Mayor George B. Banter read the following
MAYOR SENTER'S MESSAGE.
Oentlemen of the City Council of the City of
The municipal year now closes, and with
its close cease the duties you honored me
with in May last, on tne resignation of the
then Mayor, Hm. I. V. Masters. These
duties, which may sometimes be disagreea
ble and dimcuii wnen entered upon in the
midst of an administration, have been ren
dered pleasant and as essy as the nature of
them ad no its of, by tne good ludrmentwhich
characterized your proceedings, and by the
willing assistance you and all others of the
city government have afforded me, and the.
mutual good leennr tnat Has existed,
The past year has been one of continued
prosperity. Alarms, it is true, have agitated
our community, at times, of raids from over
the border : but Happily no toe has resched
our shores, and business has pursued its
customary routine, and our citizens have
been unmolested in tbeir wonted occupa
tions. The war, raging furiously in the
regions of armed d ltloyalty , has not afflicted
ns with its immediate terrors. A vigilant
ana strong national uovernmentnss assur
ed us prosperity and unexampled success in
all the pursuits and enterprises of peaceful
life. Labor has been well remunerated ;
many commercial ana manufacturing
schemes have been projected and put in
operation; population has rapidly increased,
and though prices of living have readied a
height unprecedented in many years, yet
suuerinr ana want nave not been pro Dor
tionably augmented. No epidomie disease
has visited us, no largely extended fires
nave ruined tne mercnant or mechanic,
nor made houseless the poor; no riots have
disgraced us, and no leverisn excitements
have perverted good judgment. The muni
cipal expenses, in consequence of higher
prices ol labor and material, and the calla
lor bounties ana renei, incidental to pro
longed war, have been much increased, but
not beyond the proportionate requirements
oi tne increased population and the increas
ed retourcee of our people.
It is a gratifying fact that the manufac
turing interests and th carrying trada.
particularly in coal, iron, and iron ore, are
rapidly enlarging themselves. The im
mense trade in the articles enumerated has
become a distinctive one, and in it our city
and port have no successful rival. The
pressure of the passenger business has com
polled the erection of a larger Union Depot,
and which, when finished, will be notable
as one or tbe hnest structures of the kind
in the coontry. Tbe many and large docks
ana ireigm depots are iouna to be ineum
cient, and new grounds for other and more
extensive docks and depots are sought for.
The permission given to railroad companies
to extend their tracks across the river at
some point near the entrance to the harbor
will, to a great Vxtent, afford means for
present relief, and rt the same time render
valuable much land hitherto unavailable.
It is needless, I trust, to urge upon you
the duty of seconding, by all proper legis-
lasiun, every eujn ui mauaiaciarers, rail
road capitalists, and the commercial com
munity, to l crease and improve their ca
pacifies and eonveniencies for business, for
benefits conferred on them inure directly
ana mairectjy to our common welfare, in
the increase of population and wealth, and
consequent importance or the city.
ah requests oi tne government for re-
emits for the army, I am happy to say, have
oeen compiled wun cneeriuiiy Dy our cit
izens, and every available means used to
aid in tne speedy putting down of the re-
ment of the Board of Education, are in a
nigniy prosperous condition. Bach has.
however, been the growth of the eity, that
many ana commoaions school nouses
prove inadequate to accommodate the num
ber of sholars entitled to instruction
During the year additional room has been
provided by the Board of Education for six
hundred and seventy-eight scholars, and
new schools have been established.
This has been' aoeemplished by renting
rooms, and by economising space. Scores
children areet refused admission for
want of room. This matter deserves your
immediate attention. The expense attend
building now being enormous, it be
comes a matter of question whether sub
stantial and permanent houses should be
rroenred ; but no doubt will be entertained,
believe, as to the necessity of immediate
ly providing, in some way, ample means of
Instruction for all who are entitled to it.
The business of the Infirmary and out
door relief has, I am well assured, been
conducted judiciously the wants of the
poor having been properly relieved and
economy for the city regarded. The report
of the Infirmary Director: will fully ac
quaint you with the details of expendi
been very satisfactorily performed, so sat
isfactorily indeed that nothing has occurred
deserving special comment.
The expenses of the Police Department
have been much increased over thoseol the
previous year, and this is attributable
chiefly to two cauaes, viz: the higher
wages to policemen, and the greater num
ber employed. The first became necessary
from the increased expense of living, ire
onent advices of protected raids and in
cendiary attempts from refugee rebels in
Canada, were deemed by our citizens and
yonr honorable body sufficiently authentic,
and the danger sumcientiy serious, to ren
der the omission of any precautionary
measure reprehensible, and consequently,
by your direction, the Police force has been
at times augmented, varying, however, in
number, as the danger seemed more or less
Aside from these efforts to guard against
such unusual dangers, the labors ol tne
Department have been as usual, and I be
lieve tbe records will show that the activity
and diligence of the Police have secured
the prompt enforcement of the law and the
maintenance oi tne peace.
The reDort ot the Industrial School and
Children's Aid Society show continued
activity on the part of the worthy Super
intendent and his devoted assistants in
earrvinir out the designs of the organiza
tion. During the past yoar homes in good
families in the country have been provided
for fifty-two children who otherwise would
hawa been but homeless wanderers and
subj acted to every temptation to crime.
Whatever may be done by you towards the
anriDortof this institution will be so much
dona in aid of the prevention of crime, and
for the relief of children poor and destitute
by no act of their own.
The present system of a paid steam fire
engine department continues satisfactory.
The fire alarm telegraph adopted and put
in operation a few months sinco has proved
all that could be desired, and the former
uncertainties of alarms are ilmont entirely
obviated. I have the pleasure of believing
that both the Fire and Water Committee,
and the Chief Engineer, as well as bis sub
ordinates, have promptly and judiciously
performed their respective duties.
During the yoar 1864 the pipes for distri
bating waer have been ex'ended over two
miles- The total length of pater pipes is
now twenty -nine and a half miles. A new
main has been commenced, whicb, when
completed, will prevent any chance of (all
ure in the supply of water in cons'quence
of any accident to tha old ote. Nine firn
hvdrants have been added, making a total
of one hundred and sixty-seven (187). There
are, besides, thirty-two reservoirs supplied
with water from the Water Works.
The number of water takers is fourteen
hundred and forty-five (1445) The receipts
for water over running exu-enBes ajd re
pairs wereet?,BA9. 7, being an increase of
s,zon v over toe previous year. The in
crease on the lar'O- of water rates has bean
25 per cent., while the increase iu , .
are stad as over ov per cent, this in
crease in rates has been cheerfully acquies
ed in. tbe propriety of it buing obvious.
It will be seen from these statements that
the Water Works are in a prosperous oondi
Many projected street improvements have
been delayed or postponed, by reason of
scarcity of labor and the enormous expense
of material ; and yet 4.4C7 feet of streets
have been graded and paved, and four
times that lengiu has Dean graded, i.tav
feet of grading have been contracted for and
are nearly completed; &00 feet ef grading
and 3,639 feet of grading and paving have
been contracted for and not commenced;
2.517 feet of sewers have been completed.
A draw bridge, 270 feet long, wittf super
structure of iron and sub-structure of stone
over the canal and river at Sneea street
has been begun, and it is expected, will be
completed before the first of July next. Its
cost, it is estimated, will be .about $51,000
towards which the county will pay about
Two fire reservoirs have been built. Many
improvements in streets and extension of
sewerage are projected, Duttneseit is nn
necessary for me to specify.
The expenses of the city havemnch in
creased in consequence of increase of prices
in every department of labor and for every
kind of material. Under no circumstances
should the municipal government of a city
so weathy as this be allowed to want. for
money to carry on ail neeaiui operations
neither should there be any further accu
mulation of debt. I submit the following
brief statement of the condition of the
Receipts from June 10th. 1864. to Actil
tb, 1S66 .$ 68l,(K!l ,T
Clal a s pal i during the same time 4,i'4 i7
Poid-d Indebtedness Ho-.Oin
Temporary oacs mw ',(rl7 61
Value of bonds and other property own
ed by the cilj V'90,103 36
For further particulars you are referred
to the Annual Report of the City Auditor,
which win ne laid neiore you with the
statements of the other departments of the
GEO. B. SENTER,
When the Mayor had concluded reading
his message, notice was given that imme
diately on tbe adjournment of the old
Council, thenewly-eleoted members should
come forward and take the oath of office,
when the new Council would enter upon its
first session. The Council then adjourned
Mayor Senter took tho chair, and the
eleven new members advanced within the
enclosure, and were sworn in. The follow,
ing gentlemen are the members elect :
Having taken the oath of office, they took
their seats, and the new Council e stored
npon the business bofjre it.
It was moved that the Council proceed
the election of a President. Thomas
Jones, Jr., the popular and efficient Presi
dent of the old Council, was nominated by
Mr. Dangler, and received every vote ex
cept his own
Taking the chair, ho, in a few words,
thanked the Council for the consideration
shown him, and hoped he might, as the
presiding officer, discharge the business in
such a way as to satisfy the Council- and
benefit the city.
The Chair j-appointed Messrs. Sturges,
Roberts and Townsend a committee to wait
opon the Mayor-elect, H. M. Chapin, Eiq.,
and escort him to the Council Chamber.
Mayor Senter administered the oath to
Mayor-elect, who immediately took the
stand and read the following inaugural :
ADDRESS OF MAYOR CHAPIN.
Gentlemen of te Oily Council:
1 assume the duties of Chief Executive
Officer of this city with much diffidence.
While fully appreciating the confidence of
fellow citizens in placing me in this
honorable though arduous position, 1 fuel
overwhelmed with anxiety lest I may not
able to meet their expectations, and I
shall rely upon you, gentlemen, for co
operation and counsel.
The position to which my fellow citizens
have elevated me is one unsought, and I
may say nndesired by me, but I bring to
dunes an nonesi aesire to perform them
impartially, and a resolution to rive my
whole time and devote all my energies to
interest and wellare of our beautiful
Never having been a member of the city
government, it cannot be expected if me,
would it be wise or profitable lor
to review any department of the gov
ernment of the eity with reference to mak
ing recommendations to you, and it is more
of respect to the custom of my prede
cessors that I address yon at this time than
any expectation of enlightening you
forshadowin g any policy that I may have.
prefer to be first taught by experience,and
then from time to time call your at
tention to such measures as may seem cal
culated to promote the public good.
My immediate predecessor has laid, be
fore yon a full and able statement of the
present condition of the various depart
ment of the city government. Referring
to his financial report you will observe
in all matters of expenditure during
coming year yon will have to act with
most rigid economy consistent with the
publia welfare. In necessary expenditures
pertaining to the permanent growth of our
in education, refinement and wealth,
enlightened, and patriotic constituency
will go hand in band with you, while at
the same time they will hn'd you to a rigid
accountability for any Useless or extrava
gant expenditure in our current expenses.
a join, wish jou iq congratuiationa w.u.
the rebellion againstonr government, which
has tor lour years beu desolating a large
part of our country, has been trodden under
toot, ana mat peace win soon reign tnrougn-
out our country. Far removed as wc have
been from the strife, we have scarcely felt
its existence, except as we have been cabl
ed npon for our fathers, brothers and sons
to join the great army to beat back the ene
my from our own borders. As individuals
and bs a part ol this Government, the ques
tions at issue nave been vitnl to us all, and
we cannot have been unmindful of tho re
sult, and to that kind Providence who has
carried tbe destinies of this country in His
hand, and brought it safely out of its trial,
purified of its great sin, should our grati
tude be given.
Our brave soldiers a grateful people will
ever have in remembrance. Those who
have survived the shock of battle will soon
return among ns, and it is fitting they
should be received in such a manner as
shall show that we appreciate their services
to the common country. It is little we can
do for them compared with what they have
done for us. Our gratitude, together with
a living interest in their future welfare, is
all we can five.
The honored dead,alas,we cannot receive,
we cannot honor. Their ashei lie almost
unmarked on every batdo-field. When
their record is made up a marble shaft
should rise on our Public Park, perpetuat
ing to all coming generations the names of
those who wont out to fight the battles of
their country and never returned.
I invoke upon your labors the blessing of
Divine rrovuience, that lie msy guide you
in your legislation to seek only that which
shall be for the best interests of tbe people.
H. M. CHAPIN.
On the conclusion of the address, it was
moved that the Council .proceed to make
the cuBtomcry annual
APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS.
City Clerk C. E. Hill was nominated for
this office, and wai the unanimous choice
of the Council.
Assistant City Attorney A. T. Irinsaiade
was named, and received every vote but
Harbor Master Thomas Gregory and J.
H. Jones were nominated, the former ro
ceiving fifteen, the latter four votes. Gre
gory was declared the choice.
Weigher of Hay, East Side Erastus
Frizzell was chosen for this post.
Weigher of Hay, West Side Charlet
Thomas received every vote.
City Printer The Cleveland Bcrali and
the Waechter am Erie were the choice of
Center Street Bridge Tender Wm, II.
Harlow was chosen.
Willow Street Bridge Tender T. D. Mas
ters was elected.
Lighthouse Street Bridge Tender Grturge
Columbus Street Bridge Tender Captain
Central Way BriJge Tender Avery Pea
body. The business was concluded by taking
action on the following
By Mr. KobertsTrhat Dr. C. E. Hill be
Acting City Auditor during the pleasure of
tbe Council. Adopted.
By Mr. Roberts. That when the Council
adjourns itBhall meet this (Tuesday) even
ing, May 2d. Adopted.
By Mr Jones, That in the appointment
of the police force for the current yoar, the
Mayor is hereby authorized to make the
total number for the regular force forty
four. Of this number thirty-three shall be
employed as night watchmen and eleven
aB day watchmen. Adopted.
By Mr. Jones, That the City Attorney
bo requested t prepare an ordinance to so
amend the second section of an ordinance
entitled "An ordinance to authorize the
Mayor to appoint certain police officers,
passed June 20, 1855," as to carry out tbe
provisions of the foregoing resolution.
Tbe Council then adjourned.
XJ. 8. CfucciT Coobt. The Grand Jury
will be empanelled at ten o'clock this
morning. Wo published yesterday morn
ing a partial list of the civil causes to eomo
before this court this term. The case an
nounced for to-day is No. 10B1, Webslerrs.
Judd Linseed Oil Company.
Police Coobt. The following docket was
disposed of yesterday morning by Ju igo
Drunkenness Wm. R. Jones, Terronco
Eearn and Jowell Van, each fined $1 and
Distubance Hugh Conway, $1 and coetB ;
Charles Hawks, discharged; John Brown
and James Shay, each fined $5 and costs
Draying Without License Peter Bro-
phy, $3 and costs.
Keeping House cf 111-fame Colia Hole
han, case continued to Wednesday.
, Residing in Same Eliza Hamilton, J:t:o.
Visiting the Same John Cain, ditto.
Lewd Behavior Timothy Daily, dis
charged ; prosecution to psy costs.
Carrying Concealod Weapons James H.
Willson, case nolled.
Assault and Battoiy Thomas Scott, $10
Grand Larceny hailes E. Jacob, John
Reed and Charles L. Davis, cases held open
till Wednesday, each on bail of $500.
M'llb Camilla Us so. It baa already been
announced that Camilla Urao, the celebrat
ed violinist, assisted by several distinguish
ed artistes, will give two grand concerts in
Brainard's Hall on Wednesday and Tburs
day evenings. We are sure that she will
draw after her all the lovera of music and
all the lovera of wonderful feat, that the
eity contains. Her performances on the
violin are marrelous. and her artis ic skill
will attract many, while the ftict that the
artist is a woman, and atill so masterful,
will di aw to her musical exhibitions still
The sale of ticket" for the concert will
begin this morning at Brainard's music
store. As there will be a great rash for re
served seats, those will do well who attond
to this matter in season.
A 9mcul NoTici. All persons having
claims against the Committee for materials
or services in connection with the funeral
obsequies on Friday last, are requested to
present such claims at the office of tbe
Mayor to-day. It is important that every
claim bs presented at the Mayor's office by
this (Tuesday) evening.
GEO. B. SENTER, Chairman.
Plymouth. Ctiareis. Slip in Plymouth
Church will be rented for one year, at the ( hatch
oa Wednesday, May 31, at two o'oloct P. M lui.iOr,
SS9 Hewftrd Loatl, between the ci'y aud
Rocky Blver House, or at tie Gout, a taa)l en
at fled hunt log-case gold Watch ard Chint with
ona twand a-half dollar gold piece and a one
dolfar gold piece attached to chain. The aWe
reward will b paid to any ote 1 avfug the same
with the proprietor ot the Weddell House.
my3:2tJ W. H0TOBINSON.
Fr. II. J. Merrick, recently havirg cm
place 1 hi three year of service as Sorgen of the
17th Regiment. O. V 1., will hereafter te ass ciat.
ed wit Dr. Brooks In the practice of Medicine
and Eurgry. my 2 5 9
BemevaLDr. M. la. Bronks hs removed
from his former rseld nee, on Icctid street, to No.
3lfi Superior stre t, third house west of Trinity
Church. Bis office hereafter will be at 104 east side
Public Square, between Chap-n's Hall and H, 6
TJas) Porter', rare af Pain,
. Op. Porter's Cars ol Pain.
-- Ha. Porter's Our. of Pain.
. 4 TJ a Portsr's Cur. of Pain.
' x . Ca. Porter's Curs of Pain.
B3t3 Use Porter's Cor. of Pain. SlSdtw
100 Reward. Lost, at tbe Depot, or be
twaefr tha Depot and Johnson House, a batter
Pooriet-book, containing about three bnntlred del
iara, a S100 oootponnd interest greeBbexk; also, a
note, psjabl. oa demand to at. O. Kawsoo, signed
J. H. Henderson, snd twenty sharrs of "Ohio Oil
Hinlng and M aunfaoturing Stock," endorsed to L.
O. Bawson by -sTargo. Tte above reward will be
paid, If returned to tbe Eerald office. Bank street.
rings In Great Variety at Hawks'.
For jonr Flags, go to Hawks', 135 Saperior sr.
riABs st wholesale atd retail at Hawks'. apl27:20
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
M0RNINQ LEADKB OF7101,
Mo niAT IbTUtiaa, May 1, 1866. f
AaftTais pcint of ioo!t later s ia financial affairs at
present is th- matter cf reducing th i xpenditorta
cf tfce Ntstionil (foTWfimeat, the flrrt tcp ia
whi.a hare already been takant to be follow d ap
by other ttettdilj aad iioroni'y. Theoouamaa
tioD of pear., which mj do b conaidered acooa-phh-d,
bat bm for two yai part looked fo wrd
tvbyacerUin data cf would-be political ec.na.
mists a a oaiaetrophe which was o bring In Its
tnio such a crush lux ant ci ambling of trad af
fairs, iiwu never before wittttaaed, and tho cop
perhead press, berai'na; Chase's financial policy,
and continually scolding Fenendeo, drew fearful
picture of th nbireriaal mi a and iu Hiring, betide
wh ch the warlt-ell was a blesun?, that would btjc
eeed a return of the n-tion to tranquility. This
hDwerer has all e ad. ard its advocates are aow
among th most active in "beer movements oa
every t Anf. The li Triple qnertioa to be ditenaintd
setm to b. what ia to be the ImmedUt future of
trade, and what the level ef values upon which Its
movements are to be conducted? The answer to
th flr.t qiestlon solves the ascend, go far, there
i'ore, aa baitreea is concerned, we think itaf to
an a me that peace will not only be followed by bo
dimi(AU'i)n of demand, bat on the contrary thai
tl e lo-t -zpri-nod by the withdrawal of a large
portion of the Governm-nt prtronage will be made
cp and faraetf increeaed upon b; the addition of a
new po uiiaHoQ, so to speak. In the Sonth, as well
aa by the increMd consumption that will result
from a r tnrn o' the army to pescefal pursuit.
it is I'll) j ne-t?Bsa y, we think, u a foU demonstra
tion of this fact that c immeroial relations should
be fn:ly re etah;i h:d between tbe two aectloaa,
wliJh t b log gradually dose loev dent advan
tage.' The qneftlon of values will then become
one solely of dunai-d and supply, and aa the e la
no large surplus of any staple ommodUy, while of
in aoy necetsariea threls an abcoute scarcity, it Is
easy to see that sh nld trade with the Siathbs
penmod within the enrrent ea,on value of le.d
ibg articles will not only not d-prec!ate. but may
be reasonably expcUd to maUrJa'ly advaDce.
Another consideration fn this eonnect'on, mer te
b- apprehended pei hops than ceni ted. Is the prob
ability of a strong pfcnls.tive turn to p ice sa a
reiu't partially from this new trade and In a me
iu re from the iocrevics; amount of nafmpioyed
money which a c station of war expense will un
lock, acd which will be ft.rctd into u e at nomiial
rarts of Intert-'t. This latter roniitlon of ihiags
It b.ing already seen to rom extent, and Its de
vU'pti.ent I slew from the vt-rv fact that th trade
boncdarie have ben so II t!e extended sine the
late rpecnlat've revulsion.
Gold u dt-reent a dtcldtd turn1-Is to-day, bavins;
at one time dropp-d as low as 141, but subae
(im ly rallied and cl ; v-d at 14i. Railway
Stocks, c ntinue ac"i e U'idtr the speruletlv mova
mf nt, and loading Rotdi sold largely to-dAy at an
alliance The general market is so m what un
steady, hot price ar0w.ll mainta'ned. Govern
ments are trng.
Currency in this market cont'nues abundant,
and tm'ine'S to-day wu very quiet. Exchange U
a shade easier in .urply, bit rmtes continue tt be
q ottd at rr buying snd premium a-lJiog.
Cleveland Evening Stock Exchange.
MONDAY EVENING, May 1, 1865.
Agreeable to th- csa.ll o' the Reference Committee
a fretting of the Stock lichen was held thl
eVrM.it g, tbe basineM un'Jer consideration being ia
refrtrrnce to tha action f the tecteta y In declar
ing the Board aJjourntd, on Wedma-Jay venJng of
ls-t wtwk, f,r a peri d of Uree m nth. After
tome .icitou utKus-iuu, the Board declared the
p'evlcu action Inv<d, and resolved to continue
tbe 8-ssirn- a htre.ofore, three time a week on
Aton(ayv wedoodsy and Friday venlDgs.
Mr. J. F. freeman rign., Vice Piesidant.
Th- caUir g of tho Stock Hat was dispensed with.
aod the Board adjourned to Wednesday evening.
N. Y. Money Market—May 1.
Honey-Fairly at 5$a 9 ct , chiefly at
Mterliva; Exchanff Doll at lOP.lf for
(atolil Mote ac'ive and lower, opening at 145,
aeciinu g to 1 4, ana closing at hj.
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, May 1, 1865.
Lotr.s, d crear, S445,ti; suwcie, dtcrraae $7i.
37."i circulation, dear-ase, $ 'tt.tol; depuett', ln
crei.ee, 5-,.4,Ji4; legal tendeis. increase, :J4,& 7.
New York Stock Market—May 1.
4vfmment Nir-IMi(lrdlj II mer with
fair demand C. 8. Fife-twenty coupons. 108; do.
DfW ir-rsae, 10' Tn -forty coupons Size, ISttl
Niiwkw L. -we. Rock Island 103; Milwanke
m rmine juu unien Toledo n e; jwortnwtsi-
ern 3', do prt-farred Cl eveland and Pitts
bnrtfh 11; Illinois rntrai 'crip 117; Cuaiberlafd
48; will k-i ver til; Brie H; Hudson 1(3: Rd
intf MlrhigaQ Southern 7"V4; Boit Wayne
""; N. . Ceo.ral H11-; Ma Ipoaa 14; Tecnae
six. - n.,i; lW:mnoarl j-ixt 67; Ohio A MLi-sippi
cert incase 17
jNallonal Bank cf Cleveland.
And Fixisctal Aubwt or the Usitbd Statib.
Special Agent for the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Fire p-r cent. Lee! Tender Note received Id
payment r .am wi-ti accrued interest.
All dtv-Jt-rli tiotiso. li.iverumeutSvAC'ar.tiefl Bought
B u ' o.a ai di. rates. apid sCis
MfisBCnANTb9 NATIONAL BAKE
OF CLE VELA KD.
LeisfRAted Depository fur all Publfc Monies,
.hi riaanciai Ayt-nt 01 tne unfed btatee. Aa
ihorizd cul"criptoa Agent far the
7-30 Loan. Ac.
TMe Ri'.k, haviur. ben appointed a Depository
and fimnii Anent of tlie (joveromeat. will
promptly fill all orders 'or the Popular 7-30 Loan,
now b.iug rjtpfdiy taken. The decline la Gold
ttin-U condii' e to render this Loan a Seslreble In
ves meot Ihcuxual comm'ssion allowed to banks
aud ilsrikers a ho bay to sell ageta.
Hre Per cent. Legal Tender Kotea,
Wiih sccued interest addl, ree Ived in payment
ror u-senpuons. mscurt-a 7-.HJ lupous pl.i OB
p. ebntutlon. United Stat-S Vouchers purchased,
anu nie.uriug ieriiDCBHS OI inaf'DteunesS COl
epi:2t W. L. (JTTTTIB. Cashier.
MORNING LEADER OTFIOa, I
AIcNbAT KvsaiMO. May 1, 186a.
Rr-rvWta Tie receipts of Oral by rail during
the 48 hr.urs ending at one o'olook to-day war. aa
Wheat Corn Oats By. Barley
bos. bus. bos. bus. bus.
n. O. O. R 2 M 6.V) ....
0. T 63'0 850 60 ..
T.ital 8700 K(0 fO
Arr,Toi by Lake fr m Toledo 4,336 bn .beat.
Tue general mark"ts to day have shswn a fair de
gree of activity, thonsh the demand ia still con
Sued to the locil and In s-ior trad., no shipping or
spocul tiro inquiry being yet devsloted. Tb.ehlef
movements to-day have beta in Svoked Vests,
bith city and count-y-currd, the fo mer ruling
stea'yand the latter sontwhat trresnlar. Tbe
Inquiry for grain waa nii-derate, aad a heavy de
cline la notd on No. 2 red wheat from last report
ed sales. Cora and Oils ru ed Arm, though th.
lattr wi-re without inq-lry. General P. oduos Is
moving off steadily to the trade at about previously
reprtel pn'cei Folders of Hlghwine. receded
35c In th' ir views to d.y, bnt th. market contin
ue very dull, and withoit rep-irted sales. Thar,
is a go'jd demand in the market for choice new W.
Butter, but there Is uonecomlnSferward. Teat-
em would resdi'y pry 30(j3?o. Tggs are bsttsrand
Iu -od demand.
Freijf nt The M owing ars the rate at pres.
erit asked by Like (it-em) and Rail :
Lake us RaiiTo New Tort. First class:
$1.26; Hroond class: S1,M; Third class: See ;
Fourth clas: liy,:. Flour. SI 25; Wool, tl,8S.
To Boat n. First class: S1.S9; Second elaas:
SI, 10; Tli'rd clars: 96c; Fourth class: t7c
floor The martet Is quiet, bnt steady. Good
to ch ire XX red $7.759?,2t ; do XX white $8,76
9,"6 Sales 1(0 bbls X X red at $8 00.
Wheat No. S red decidedly fc.wr Salrs 900O
bushls fro-v store at $1 34. Vo sales cf No 1.
Corn Firm, with a fair Inquiry. Sales 1 ear
and lis"0 bu shellel f -om Btors at 80o.
stfatrs Firm at 6rc from store.
KyeKothicK doing. Ee'd at $1,rX)31,06.
Barley Held at f l,COl,10 from store, accord
ing to quality.
Pnrti Tn m -derate demand a&d steady at $28,
P(a3n,00 for Olty-packsd mess.
Ijsrd Uncharged at iogzio for city-rendered
in tierce s and kegs.
tmoltetl Itenta In good request and steady.
Sugar-cured hams 23o for canvassed and 22o for
Dncanvassrd; shoulders 17c ; dried beef 19c forcan.
vassed and 18c for nncanvaswed. Sales 3,500 To
uncanvassed hams at 22c; 1W) Ris nncsnva.sed
dried be of at 18c. Bale, counrry-eured meats aa
follows: 1000 Tt-s hams at 20c ; SOOO Its do at 18c ;
15C0 lbs hams, shoulders and sides at 16, 16 and 17c;
600 B shoulders at lfJc.
Untter New W. R. wanted, dealers offering
30g 32c. Old dill Sales 8 firkins common to good
old at 17(S18c.
KaTO In good demand and advancing. Sales
18 bbls at 24o.
Cfteeae Old quoted at 2122c. Ho new la
HlKbwlnea 3350 lower and dull. Hell at
A lookol Market qalet and steady. Held at
at,3ArS)l,M for BS per seat. Kestrel Proof Bptrlts
Pr.leaaa Th. market Is quiet sad weak.
Held at 70)TSe for reined.
eeda Sales 10 bn Timothy at $t,90. Clover
held at $15,00.
Potatoes! Steady at 60s for peaoh-blows.
Dried Applee Firmer at mi& nd P7 for
Dried Peavebra Un peeled selling In a small
weyet3i'63a; bo pe. ed in aa'Eeu.
IdBke. Flak The market is s aady, with a
mcderat. cm.nd, at th. following rices: White
Ash, bait bbls, S8,909,00; Trout, half bbls, $,00;
Pickerel, half bbls $8,008,50; Her-ring fit 53
per bM. Has $8.00.
Bewne-Dull Held at 1.75 2.00 fur good to
prima medium whits.
Malt Staadv. line !1 10. Coarse end around
Hens-Firm. New Tork State flWc, accord
ing to quality ; Ohio 2o,430c.
asisss- maaqy. Bex ic; malt at. a ai Si,' per
Ate auael Pereree Hark.t atsadr. Ws -no's
ss follows : Present CTse XX Ale S1U; 8too XI
$UatSlS; Keanett $16 : Pals Dream t.l - Port r
BJ1. Half aad quarter barrels in proportion.
Water aJnaev-rina si mis u usweau eaa
piaster. "Powell's" bud plaster fit m f
NEW YORK MARKET—May 1.
CsMtoat Bu 1 aod baTod dfcidtdly lower.
Sales st 44a4se for niidrtiii-T
rtaar Heavy and lui 6e lower.
Salrsat $7 Mi; 25 forestra state; $7 X)rS)8 f5
for oommon to good shipping brsnasestra round
boon Uhlw $8 10av 60 for trade brands. Market
clcsng liesvv. with no buyers at outd.le q.,o'a-
tlona. Included la tbe sale, are l.ouu DO a Xlrs
Stat-, for June, at $6 5i.
Wtimliy-S eedy. western at IA tu-jis 11
V heerl Toil and drooDlne falee a. $1 73 for
vio.tr red weetern. aad $1 b6 for amber Mieb.
Cora Very scene ,Bd a shade firmer. Rales
at St 46 foroi. and new mired west.ru wealern;
SI 48 'or aew y-llow son .t. ere.
wata Dun. ower and nomin.i. esies at o
78- lor wctem.
Nnirar Qei-t. Cuba and Muemvadol&ajlte.
eiawieN Cull. A-ortu Rico 7Cc.
Waist Do 1.
BVrtroleasB Firmer. S.1.8 at 6ora"6c f,r re
fined in tond and 7ass7oo icr do Lea. rJalea 184)
hi Is orude at 3-c.
Perk Heavr and lower. S-.Ies at $?s no
tjt 6 (or new mesa, doeirg at 10 cash,
$.6 1 0,3 .'8 50 Kir IfttM do, c.sb aad Tegula way
elosln. at $ 28 ( 0 cash. "& 0Hi.ii; 1 0 for prime and
Sa- 7o("6 Vr tor prime mess. A's 3,ro bb s ne
me tor Mar, Jane and July, seller's saM'buyer 'a
op'lon. at $'Jrl 6tKg30 uo.
Total stock, old and sew. May 1st, 1S65, ',T4
bkls. ram. oats last month 16,183 bbls. game
dts last year, SS.lso.
Heef Steady at previ us pric
T.tal stocs. old snd tew. Mar lit, 7'.ITl prrrs
Sam. date last mobth, sd'eS pks. rams date
Uit ear, i,ttn ptg.
Rent Haius--yuit at $22 625 00
Bas-oa (4 let &Us at H,(aicr-8c to-Cumber
land cut; lfc0 for loug-Tibbed; l.uji'1'' tor
Cnt ItenU-In moderate reqetat at 14J-.; rJ16
for shoulders; njsl.lo for hams.
jari H.avy at In.sIBo
B rj t ter I- t-ail r at abtmt previous prir-es.
4 tiecae 1 n moJerate request at looafc.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] OSWEGO MARKET--May 1.
Floni- In fiood l,fX0
$7 60 f r No 1 sp'lnsr. $S 0U foi red winter; H 76
for white; $9 60 XX prime whit.
SVtieat In fair demand, (liltAf lor mi'Iing
Pa'ee 4 in-0 bu witer ted lcdan at $1 6", aud
2,0(10 bu white t'anada on private trrma.
Corss S-arce ai,d quut.
Other grulnsn mln.l
S'anas e'reta-bls --Rrgseeaer ts were mad,,
tbie mo'Blng at 14c 00 wheat aad K'oon eo-u to
Lake Imparl! -1 rn bbls of tour, 3,0(i0 bu
wbBt. 45,Msi peas l.2rH)rye.
4 000 it lumbar shipped by Ba1, 700 bn Hour.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Strnr City cf Cleveland. McKay, Petrolt.
Prop MicliiKan, Bo lo, OiidensbuTgh
Prop Oniaiiu 8hver, O-tdoosarKh
Prop Portsmoath, Hewitt, Unuklra
Prop WatimMh. Kirby, Iurkirk
Prep E mint, Thorn, Imokirk
Prop Owgo, Brown, 1 unkirk
Bara PraasS elgl, Prtt, BofTalo, fffO hlU a'tit
cbr W.nuere, Nlch ds, Tolt-Oo. 43 ft bo wheet
chr T S Mott tstowe 1. Osw ko. )3U0 bbUa.lt
Schr S merset. Oaines. Portiiu on, lr ra lumber.
ao tu ie a
Schr Vnioa, O-ale, Port Huron, 2ft m lumber
fchr rtt Wing, Quick, Oswego, fiod bbt en It
Schr J W Nichols. Tounus. Boffalo
Scar T Bek-r, Robiaon, Bay Ulty. IM m lumber.
ot m isTs.a
Bchr H C Post, Chapman, oedo
orhr Josephine, MrBride, Butw U
rVhr Pro iit- cac, Hetbringtott, Rowan, SO ut lumber
Schr Jennie t Mack, he Bride., Bareel', lt6 n
lotnber. 21- m lath
Schr Paragon, Kemp, Toronto, 15 m lnmber
Scow Kecn? Porter, Ke ley's Island
Scott Lime Bock, Ker-t,her, prt iHope, ISO m lnm
ber, 20 m shingl' s, a) m la b
Tug Ann Dobbins, Lundy, Detrult
Ptmr City of OleTcland, McKay, Detroit
PropOwewa, Brown, voedo
Prop Eltitire, lb n, Tol-rio
P.cp Wi.bssb, Klrhf, To'ed.a
Prop Pot smoath, Hewitr, Toledo
Prop Oleaa. Watrbary, tookirk, 1f0 bb's flour
Prop Araxes. Williams. Buffrtlo.26 0 bbls floor
PropWniarlo, 8haer, leetroit
Sohr A-Di'n, McDeimot, Barwt II
Souw Rescua, P'-rier, Kelly's Inland
To snake) your Horse Uck w 11, shed off hip
old coat, looeen his skin, improv hi appetite and
el yoeng, give h'm aorae of Norris Arabian Ocn
dltioa Powder 8oldby all Druggists at 25 oent
per package. Principal office, 107 Bank street.
Fnntloc FIhch, isilii tJaitt, MnMla
rlHf. 4-rder jour Trg bow. then you will
have them when you want thm.
G. W. CttOWELL fc 00.,
ap28 2i4 No. 197 Sup rior it., Cleveland.
H. A. sjoyntoo, M. D.,
PUYHICIAN AND SUhGrotf.
Office, 39 Peail street, Cleveland. Ohio.
Office Hours, frtm 7 to 9JJ A it., from 1 to S and
7 to 9 P. if. ap26-21t
For Rale Tbree Monty?) and Lota oa
the north si le of St. Cialr street, aear ISorth Perry
street, to be Bold at Admiiui tratar's Sale, oa tbe
day of May, at So'okck P. M.,on thepremists.
Liberal time given. Ia. PREM'I-.S,
Tbe Halo off Government IIore-a ad
vertised to have been sold at a .e ioj, by O. Cutter
Son, on Cniverdlty Heights, on Tbun-day, 27th
Inst., is unavo;dbly postponed until Monday, May
1st, at loo'cloeK A. M. apltVS 4
Our Fruits of all kinds will herealtur be loan
for sal at Key a Devinney, :34 Oatarl)tret,
and G. Chandler's, ItJ Ontario street, atonr rrlree.
mylrJlS NYCE, SHIRK OU.
Flltw fjollarti .It) ward. I. oat, between
the A. t 0. W. B. at. Depot aad e.dell House, a
Diamoitd Cluster Pi. The finder will receive tbe
above reward by it turning It to H. L, FRJbBlg,
at Gordon, MclUan A Co.'a. myl-sos
Poor worm I thou art luftcted.
This visitation show;'
But by the use of Dr. D H. Seely' Liquid Catarrh
Remedy, you can be restored to health, whl. h i
'mere precious than gold, ), than fine gold.1
my I KU
Twelve learf. atsjro
HOSTETrSR'S lOHAUH BlTTURd was strug-
gtiog iuio notice agam-it lb prudiced whan
verythi'ig aew, h wevr eai.ell ct, ts doomed to
tt stands at th head ot all tooic and alterative
preparation in taut no. Its CoUhritr baa wok
tvd many imitatiob, bnt no rival Poysician pro
aounc it the only SAir srierjaaANT lii-at na ever
bees intioooced into ihe ica cha-eber. in ih
Hospital of the Aray and Army, Uie 9urgoue find
it tie very best tonic foronvalMcrits, and reott
it a Invaluable tor eoBiaiQtuit t .e viaur ttooi
oa the march, as a rotund) fr .curvy and ah scor
butic aneciins. aoa a tn otiiv upecisic for aa-
sickoas. OaJlivroi and in raiia have endot!ed
it aa rtie MiMjta Sisntciaa par excellent , and ia
panted a mer.ca and all tne Urouicai cumatee. it ia
ronsioVred the only rel -a Ma autiiote to epidemic
Thr Is no mvster about the can es of its suo
ces It is the only stomachic and alterative ia
wbcb are combined ine gr .d requitei ot a mud.
lure and nnitiat-d vt-get.b a imatant, witn tne
Doeet eelecuon oi totait. auli-mii ne, auii avorbu-
tlc, apenettt, and dpurauve herbs, plants, rout
and barks, that hae eter been lnteiniized in a
lb tii.tera have imi distinctive qoailtT. whloh
la a.tsbartd, It i tlitv?d, by auy tune uactur.
or ext. act in tbe world; t-uey ao tot excite tbe
put , though taey ieitwe a wot derm 1 oVgieeof
vigor into tne ne. too atstem, at d sinnathea ajd
sustain the whole physical organisation.
it I a-so prou-r to state that th Blttr are
solo esclniiv- ly in glees, aud never undr any cir
cumstance by the gallon or iti banel. impos
ter and imitatoi a e abrtiad, and the only
geard the public have agaunst thees I t se at
Uiejl.itter.tney ony iMsr tno enKntel imbol and
B'Fte ut hand of Meters. Hoeietter A 8mi:h, and tae
vovrramt-ni stamp over tne cora oi tae botile.
rrcn. tvihatox's itch.
BCBATCH. OINTMSNT. SCRATCH
WiU ear the Itch in 48 hours also cure Salt
Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of
the Skin. Pries 50 cents. By sending 60 cent to
Weeks cad Potter, 170 Washington St., Boston, will
bs forwarded free by mail. For sal. by all Drug,
glata. Stbob a AaasTBOMO, Cleveland, Agents
for Horthern Ohio. mhltiF daw
Oil Faetory for malv Th subscriber of
fers to sell his factory on Canal and Ohio streets,
with the land and buildings, being pleasantly sit
uated, somnact and conveniently arranged. Ca
pacity about fifty barrel, per day. Immediate bob
seaston given if required. B. PEiiTON.
I .OJevefend, Feb, 14, 1 W, fcbl6;rtf.
jOADSHLy or Kfjaia '
PBICTBS OF APHlaSTOH.
Irrass Olreas and Psrquette 50 centa; rlecnred Baa Sa
to Urasa OtrcU, 7t centa; Family Circle, 60 cats:
OeJIery. 16 seuts; Private Boies, $5 and $ .
Smala seats la Prrrase Bores, tl.
aerOolored persons will, end-r no circumitas.
tva, M -errai ted to occupy seats la any oth.r per.
tioa of tbe hrmae. sa.. ihe Gallery. Admission ate.
ItaoiS ope. at 7. Ourtatn tiers at 8
1 aa le Nlghia .r !. lire I oca a.
Mobbat Ivaaisa, May 'st, will be preserved
His. Logan's as. pi.v, wrltt.. by htrasli, s.tltled
Oa, Tas Feaub's DaooBvaa.
Frelee n W.liae. ,, llf, Logan
Hubert Lock.toae...... ,, Kt
ausrso other Pios to night.
THE HCTtHLlOX FlSlllY
Will give one of tkelr stlendid
AT BRAINARD'S HALL.
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 6th.
ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY'-! rvr
The iev, ntb Anneal Festival of th.
if eK0KwiS BSTKTO LJtXt SOLI ITT,
Will be held at COAriM'9 HALL,
Thubsdat Etbnicq IS bit, Mat 4th.
Sop ver will be provided by Mr. 8. W. 6arrett, at
Music by Lela -.', Band.
1 he liici g will b. under ha diraclloB of Mr.
1 ick.-s ran be had at the store of H. 9. Raoney,
eoraer Iftriil and Fearl strmt, W,st 8 de ; of
rilherof lhUt.warJs. and of tbe Presiaent of tb.
eotiety. O OKSEvrHiLb,l
THUS. WAI.TUM, l,,..ta
J BOCTAI-I-, fftewarJs.
B. H SI AIR, J
myl 907 fi t-aH-ON. President.
WILL BE CITES AT
r nder ihe direct! n of the Few Tork Msnufnetur
Intr JfW' llera A soclatiun. -ho at twelve Eoler
tat laments uivrn by -hie Asrciattcn, at the otd
emy Sicsir, in New York, sold upward of
$aUI,(wu wo th ot Tic Ret a, and
GiTft A way Over CCOO Presrotat
N. F. A1 oth.r using the name cf tfce Nw
Tork Mwin ttring Jr-wr-lers As-ociavC'ioo, are
nrtaione AsrKKlati"D a d :n no way copnected
ai h tbe Oriinl a od Only Genuitt New Sork
JeWt era' A.iyCittloa ia the country.
WE ARE NCW OPEN,
FOR THB SALE OF TICKETS AJTD
DISTRIBUTION OF PKESENT3.
Xo. 184 -1PE5.I02 STREET,
(AMERICAN BOTJ9C BCILDISO )
To the Purrhaeers of Tickets to tba
ly REMEMBER, -f
New Tork Manuractarlng Jewel
FROM TB EIR IMMENSE sTOCK of JTWELRT.
Watrfaea Pet w'th Diamond., Gold Eoame'ett
WnUhet. "eavy Qo'd tiuniing-ese atcbea,
tilvr Waiche, Ttr-t, beta. Silver War-,
of a'l dosoilpticnM. Braoelt-te, Guard
thai tie, Br-K-cbea, rolitaua,
R'UkS, dc , A-..
And sn enllea varuty of By Vtrri and ohJ'tSj
TICKS!1 OtK DOIiIiAB.
.Every one r-crive a Pie-rr, at the time they
purrhae their Tirkt-t, varjtog value from Fifty
Ceuti to Bund reds of 1 ollar.
aver ho Ttceia se-ild at the Ball. Everyone re
ceiveaa Praent ' n patehMPg their Ticket at tha
No. 131 Superior Street,
(AMBBICAa Uocsa BTJILS SO.)
fiREAB! aWRUDI READ T -ePtj
Th most Liberal, tbe most Fair, the most OiijH
net, the smot Popular, the n ot btt'ceasrul Fntt-r
prise ever inaugu aie-1, aod endorsed by the PaE-iS
and PI'hLIO or Niw York, BulTalo, Plttsoor.h,
and all tbt ar.f.s. citi-w. JCrtatana Wtrst,
?he New York Herald s.ys:
There ha never b ea an enterpri) iiangirated
In bis city, which baa ben nora generally patroa
(.Ad or sl-en more general satisfaction, than that
of the Presentation P ntert ntu ot t(irn by tha
IMew York Mannfacta ing Jew lera Afaociation.
Tha New York Tribune says :
The n st art irate prorurble in the e'ty, are en
gaged tor thfBe entt-rt-ali-meats, and it ee m to be
lit - deter minat ton of fh- dir?(or to leave nothina;
undo e to pleaae a id Ssatis'y thflr pa'ruo. Iheie
ws) delay, no anxiety on tke part of tm puRbe-
era to know whit tiiey wi 1 reeriveA. The prent ia
given vbea the tit-set Is purchased, aaa thay go
away with a tioket or a n t rl.se eatertalnfjaeitt.
worth the prii patd lor ttte t tk t, and a preent
worth at I. ant rs muvih at retail price, and per
hap a grf at deal more.
The New York Times af s:
The extreme lir-eralfty and 'aTrtwas with wlikh
Mr. Biles, th Actuary of th Manufacturing Jew
Sler' A asoc ration, ha oon lectt-d everything re
lating to theee entrtaipm n's, bsv mmda tba
more popular than any thing of ihe sind ever giv
en In New York, snd the aia ot Helots ha b.ea
very larga. L ke all o( Mr M i' .romiar , every
expectation hid out in re'at oa to the. eniertalu
mena, has ben more than rliard.
if Depot for the sate of Tickets and Distribution
No. 134 Superior Etrtet,
(AmnairAB Hocdi Buixoisa.)
DON'T FORGET THE A UMBER.
The first entertainment wii be i-en
TBlBSDir, Bit llth.
sir" Parties In tbe cointry wh-i d "sire Tloset-,
can have Tieke's end Prtetrnta sent by rn.il or ex
ptts, on rece'ptof the money.
myl J. W BUA9, Actnary.
Grand Yoeal and Instrumental
Wednesday- and Thnnxiay aTenlJiss,
Kif 31 and 41h,
The Lady Violinist, a fst4 by the following ml
nnt Artltta :
af A. ADILINV MuTtK, Pi ima Donna.
BERB Iil-iOORW LtHHMW,
Primo Bri.one, fr. m the Oermaa Opera.
Piauiot and Musical Director.
Adn-uion, rvOcentt; aVaerved urate, 29 centa
xt-a. Keeerved at can be bad at Bia'nard s
Wor-if) 8'orear-rr at be do r ap'x if
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
XITED STAT Ed AND J?OREIGH
PA TENT OFFICE A GENCY,
Ha, 136 BanR Mre-et, 1Vflaol. Ohio.
We are prepared to tr ana act barfns ef every
dcsBa-jIptton routing to Inventions, l'rawiaga, Ca
veacs, ppeeinYetioaa, Paten's, lnfiirg..-nta aud
the PaUnt Laws Bt BB1 LXik A CO..
vanes a n-hr.v49ail a ttoi-n.T. IVr s-
a. w. wooowoaTu.
C. A. HEAD & CO.,
3 SUPKBIOB 8T Ci.ErTtuAND, OHIO,
GOLD, fiiLYEB, (JOCFOB, IICIH6I,
Cmm IXD DNCURSErtT SONET,
Buy aad nil .11 desfjrlptlon of
r-T 8-10 Botes converted into flixe of 1L.
feubecr1rtoris received for 1M aud 10-40 Bonds.
V pay high?, prauilnm for all premium funds,
recurrent aaoeey tken at lowest rate of dkatcanBt.
asr Wio bay and e't on Commission all klada
Of Stoeke and Bonds at the N. Y. Hurk Ki-ht
mi t'ltnra uy sn.au or vxpiars prosnpuy nil. a.
E. B. 111L5, tanker,
. S. COTIHHXEXT LAII AG 251,
III Snperlor St.
Buaoriptlons reoeived to th
"7 3-10 pkr Csarr. akt 10-40" Natiobtai
J Oon mission allowea to Sqb-eribers.l
. rt. Bonds of 18el, 5-a's, io-40's, Trsssury
Notas, and all other Government recurittes par. -ehaae,
and for sale on th. most favorabt tema.
wold, silver. Coupons and Canada money bought
and sold at beat rates. Deposits received and col
lections mad. at all acoesaibe porsfts. Pneiirreat -fund
ooAvertejd s,t nweat rate. aWveas. ei-mps
for sale, evj