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OR SALS A FjHT-EATK CAR-
BltftE end good Team Hofee. Will be sols
b rt if or tosr-tber. Addr.aB alCBAaX GAL
Y I fc. , Mo. M haai plaiti it mrS-JWe
T?OB BKNT TWO OK THKaE
I Dm.. inilihh1hriinM(WMHarll4 WmW
fv.r ft .iriele Beuiteman, at l&j marie St., aar th.
"T ANTED A PKOTJESTAJJT GIKL
1 to do senrrel boiwework . .mall family. A
duau srtierr.d.Ii.yiiire t l.K l'rose0t .1 mi -jut
LOST 0S LAK OXTABIO OB
Hummtt etre.t. s brack fur Hob, lined with blue
allk 'i h finder nl be suilab y ienld by leavl. g
it al B. 11 taHN' , ia U.a.st. my3-
L" oST THIS DAY. A HEWLY
lapped ihoe. Lwrt It at 127 Water it. mr3 ft).
GBEAT BAKGAIIT. The under
slirced Willis to ae 1 bit hter Saw Mill, srta
ated oue in le aod a loath -eet of 0rlia fetation.
It Las. food oa-and-dowa aew. aua a goo circular
aw. all la ruhuing inter. 1 will e-il 1U sbovs . rr
cheap. For fill Uier eertirml ,rs, sleeee write or ceil
oj W tLTLit 1. WHIl A.ub-rlin. u. ux-8U.
T0 LOST L(WT, A BLACK SKT-
-L'TKK IHM3,witi taa marks oe W and ai Blew
a tan apot one ea;h 'V- Any t'"-' S'T1" .,at'';
fnstioa ol his wherrebou . or br.neii t Mm to the
owner, in St. Clair stree . will b rewarded. myl-M
ANTED TWO FIBST-CLAS8
Chambermaids, at 43 Public Sonars. myl-KiS
TX7AM TKD-A SITUATION BY A
Y I joene bid. in a wholesale o- commission
Toons ; wrf w a fair band, i. exes- t at figures, and
aot afraid of work. A.ldr.es 1. 1. F.,U.vel.nd P.
rOB SALS AN KXHINE WITH
boi ar. thirty horaa power, timoit new. and in
fttaat .orklfg order, lnuulra at KL1TC and
.ltCa.L.V o Ma. bio biia, oppuxta lvo.' Brew,
r-AAnA BBICK. FOR SALE AT
fJU.U vV Bs.UO pjr thousand.
JJiU. i. JENNINGS,
r AN TED-BY A GENTLEMAN
Y and hit wiM, board, witbia ten minaua' walk
rj iha V. o.. in a raMKtaii!. pritata lamilr. -
areaa, wi.h itnm, U eut-aror u apJ7-)
T A DIES POST UONAIE LOST.
XJ Oa Toada7 mornhiT, b-t wn BoliTaratmat and
Bldwin'.tore bT aar of Krie and Ikncltd atrtta.
It contained a 'I0 eroMioack and aamm aciia, Th.
andrw.lib-liorall7readodor lea ring ih. am
at J. I. Baldwin ana Co. 'a. apJUjaa
T3UTTEE WANTED. 100 Tub. freeh
-a- made If utter wantoa at no bbtfih bi. rv.
SITUATION WANTED. A Tiachbb
O fro.o the East dsairai a Huation Entry Clerk.
xipyiat or Ac nt. is not atraia or won, aua wonia
juxk , bitnaelf Ruernllr aattiul. Doa not object J-
luirtooil r-i-'ii.. Ke'ert, m pien u touuehn-a-
Cuua aod character. Addiea. W. B Lead.
ap 12 :
IJKJR SALE- Tw0 ?ood HoufM and
J- Ixrta an bt. Clair at.; ote totted np tor Store with
ftodfruA in r-ar aud oveilitwl
BACKLd and UuULi..
LAND FOK SALE. Eifty-three aarat
nraa'ed on Willr.n aTeline, Ht. Clair, and bapa
rioret. .ateiiaion, known a. Ibe Stirling Krni. V Ul
lel id in lott
KKVri or i. M
T A BARGAIK. FOB BALE. Tb.9
8nbwriir oflera ht Bale hie reiridenoe, aitnated
two and a half mite from lb Court Hone, in a ery
deBt t-able looai'tr. 1 he Lot ooTera ten aod one half
norei of exoeedintlr olioioa land, and contains an
.Lnndanoe ot ShruWiert ; Baeoberry trwa and
Strawberry planta; Uta a lne la goou aeaon i.eni;
a aood Orchard live yeari old. oouuting 01 nawarda
of aeventy Ap -le, Pear, Plnmb and UUerry itom ; al
ao a nnmb r ol Qoiuoe tree., all ol which arelurt bo-
n-uinlug to bar. Toe ileum u onca, noarir new,
ou ai.iind aeen lolty room. The Barn, Carriaga
bwim. Oow .beds, and other oct-bnUdi an, are u a
aixid condition. Altogether, it is a yery desirable
residence, and wiU Do Bold choap lor caah or long
credit, a parti.a d sire. Euguir at 1 Bt. Clair st.
F-UK BALE THK, LAKGK DOUBLE
House, 3S nd X Prospect street, suitsb e lor a
board! tie House. Terniseasy. hug aire of OUIl WAI
8? KlK, at thexfticeo Backus a Noble. feUtlT
c-trmla MONET ADVANCED
6tjV,VUV.MnsnrntoSTiit at the old stand and
Z.m iiihi.K'ii LOAN OKriCE. sn seen-
ntlea oierery kind, via: Gold and silver W .Krl.es,
lJiamonds. Silver Wire, Jewelry, Unns, Pistols,
Olottiing, fry Uoods. Pianos, Meiodea, and all per.
i .ur.u .,..1 arnrir. nf luau. UU the niOBt B.t-
torv terms. Business strictly private, astab
lisheo ItOl. JS.B. A variety of unredeemed Watch'
i.,i i2n,.m td.. ,ir sale at bargains.
6oice corner of Wur and Superior streets, oyer
A Peixutto's CioUunyiore. ff WA0NrH
H M. X. FKIST0X.
(Suoteseor to C. O. Brnca Preston),
Army and Kary Claim Agent,
Office So. 1 Lrnua'l Block,
17 ear Coart House, on PublloSquars, Cleveland, O.
T collect Pensions. Bounty. Back Pay, Prima
Money, and all other War CUims.
am-Oar Special Agent resident at Washington,
D C d.votes tin out re time to the aoliectioa of
Orriciss' At couMTS. procuring Oaitincatesaf Non
ibdebtednesfi and obtaieiog p.y.
mar pews low. No charge aciil we hay accom
plished what we undertake.
f-lermin Language wp. hen. npTB
' ,D. W . CAGE,
AiMiruey at Low, s.hI
Authorized War Claim Agent
Ornu 1 8upce;o St., OutUbAitd. O.
Bwrnrtw Peprto j, (ItVlecta BonntiM, Back Pay utl
Fries Hot eyt ttiid Prectitv, Wat Claims
of every d(rriptioii.
TMy Ao-'t at WrMhtngton fiTM prt1n
r attftitioa to tli BeiUttmout ot OVtlvZhH'
W All pereoiu baring Cla.tns aIntt th Got
jrnmtitRould apPy ome at ono.
M'tommoDtcatioai enclouiR tamp will rHselva
pmmrt attpntif Tnh'8
LAKE HlMAVIC ATION.
TOUNU AMBB1CA. D. H TlTls. Maalar.
will Uave on '1 hnrx'ay. May 4th, at 1U A. M.
For freight or p,SMiie app'y to
1'El,tuJ, FRENCH A O.
rl. K. MoTiOLC. TasHenger Agent. ni)S
"XT T. CO Fob OanENa-
Xl .nvaq and Tneermed:ate Poru.
Ihe steunch screw samer
CLVELANP, W. 11. Wl Liana, Master,
Will reave on.Wedue.day, May .M, at 6 I. M.
jTor lrelg .t or nass4ge apply to
i-ALTOa, FBEKCH CO.,
Foot of Bnparlor st.
M. K. MoOLB, rassengor Agent. ny3
IOB LAKE SUTERlOJi.
. The new and elegant low-pressure
Daraenzer Hte.mer IRON-'
BIDES J. Tnruer, M eter leavet Oieve and for
Lake fnoerior ports, on VVEDNESLlAT next, Jnsy
Sd, at Ho'cck P M
jror freikht or pa-eage apply on hoard or to
MltOM, PET IT l.,
Tnyl-Wr; Rl'-er strr-et.
BUGS AND MEDICINES THJ
attaD tion of PhrVrtens and all sanu wlrfc.
fare aad Kellabie Kedletitei
raapacifolly cllc tfd o mj Hon, whlofe ootni rV
tMitWBtitU anaortseaal of rry Ukiiai partatB
THE DRUG TRADE.
ml at ritia to Itttmra aatteEstti to the panluaat.
Iwmix. uniirmatcAL lRtraiTMKVTi. Tbbtts. foiia,
Vv!aOaj.ihbtx Kubbu amo VcivoAaiaaaa,
f th lataat and Boat approred pattaraa, aoU ft
rerTsHcrj nd r&ncr Articles,
rs treat Taiiety. Also a stock of LIQUORS (at k
fnality) ssoond to none in market.
Agent for PAY'S bPLIKlo, to most eostplatt
pwt of Bpltnts ever offered to the Profession. Coon,
try Physician, are partionlarky invited to an sxajnv
Inatkia of my stock, and will Cud it to tbatjr ad
tnnta(a to laror ma with thetr orders.
tans u. V. HLAIUt. 118 8nnar1eBt.
OlfT PAY HIGH PRICES. Teas,
JBnjrar, Molasses, Coffees, Drugs nnd Medl
cints, Painta, Oils Bed Dye StnUt, and everything
In our Una at lowest prices.
snesiw' "e rw.4A ..i.
SUGARS. PBICES GREATLY BE
DTJCKDon all kinds of Bntar, and wo an net
to be andereold. Ilnd tba tight place ho. iM
aaehia nnnnnHlLL k BBDTBBR.
JAPAN TEA Good qonliUeA ana
small profits, at lit Ontario street,
tnbln 'HnR"FILi, BBO.
TTTieS AND EATS WOE.
M. 1 FS IIYf SSTlBLISUin,
TB LABaasr 1ST THB STATB,
launlmcttitar of all kindft of W106, htlsftaf
that no faaamblss nature as to defy ths clo
crn tiny. A vary targa and beautiful ttook st
IrOHS HA1K, p-ocght by trie proprietor: from
Burooa, lor ( w l Tub k- :vi r.Hsnw the fj
aaaoruneat aweraaeB In this ettv.
L.dlfM' Jroet Plncet aid iBlMFlgi,
l U asai ee, wissi su ivnv,enwu.
BstTS OF CDBLS, mads frosn Franoh fiTatnm'
Oarrad Banr lj;imrntaau.
BOflEFB DOUBLE and TBLFLB BOWI,
MadW ty lb advsrtiaer, aqnal to those tmrnrtsa.
Ladies' Braids made Into any klad of Uad-iresi
BT Bow wlthont Injury to ewlton.
LAD1ET4' BA1K VUKSBlHli IA tAS nus prtval
I v and fashlonabls styles.
gsBTAll work warranted
All work warranted aa rwprassntas
WOT aeS fWT,n Pi eH
at all emus
mHI UNDERSIGNED will
a open Bin r-assurea lor sue aeaaon
en atonday. May let. Pi ices, for
Cnwa. 76 cents: for Boi si b. $1 60 per
week, payable every Monday In advance; All ani
mals motived to be in every respect at thstr own
er's risk. Apply to A. and O. Fnbrman, Herda
anen, at the entrsnee gataa, near Wooison'a Fona
dry, or at their house on tbe Hrlg-bta.
ap25-10 8- 8- BT09I.
BlBdrbari . Koekler,
If. BLACKBDUr, I A. KokHLII,
I Boom No. Parkins'
No. M Oregon St. I BuUiiiPf , Feb, Bg,
WEDsrsoaT, MATS, IMS
Fire and Marine
THE CLEVELAND ISSl'SANCK
Of Cleveland, Ohio.
Capital, - $500,000.
Thia Gobi pan j la now fill. organised, and pre
pared to wriia Fins and Ceaeo bisks.
B. B. FATTB, T. P. EAKDT,
CHABLXS W. COB, D. B BXXTOK,
HIKBI F. CLARK, LlYIklTT ALCOTT,
t. S. M'atLLXjUI.
H. B. PiTSI, Pr.ald.nt.
8. 8. O 'I, Saoratarj.
Office, Bexton'i Biotk, cor. Superior
ana aerwm iireeia,
np m. lTf'nlt, o.
DIP ABTUB IS.
A. BT. f. BT.
Atlantic Sraat Weetem f :60
A. a O. W., Mahoning Branch :S0 J
Laka Shore, i 'levelsad A Erie . :60 I f!
Oosoaant Brls Accommodation..
Pltubnrsh V-heellcg .. 8:00
Cleveland 4 Pittsburgh, Aocom .
rwi,Ki, , r , 8:05
SUantfc Great Western. MSI 8:1
A. A Q. W Mahoning Branoh10-a5 t tO
Lake Shore, Cleveisnd A lrli.... 7:80 i-At Htt
Conneant A Brie Acooraaiod.tloB.lCl:lS
Plttshnrgh A WassUna'. 8:&5 10:10
i.ta 1 00 8:50
, ... t:ri I SO 8:40
Haedn.ty .. , , ,,
Detroit tet , .,,, I, i ii i 6:u0
anyr Oltisens wishing oonveyanoe to either ot tba
a'jove Trains or Boats, win tie oauea lor by uoaene.
of Stevens' f rmnibns Line, by leaving tnelr address
at the Omnibus Offloe, ItT Superior atnat, next
to the V-'-lde!l Hin'se.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Dfslgaatcd Depositor' for all Pablle
Anthortaed SnbacrtpUon Agent for tba
This being tba only Popular Loan now tvefora tb
roi.a, tba Baui win i p on uaii a rail aaaon
aient of sisna. and fill all ordci promptly and with
Five Per tDemU Is8rHl Tender Botea,
With Aoomed Intaratt to data, received In pay
mAiit fur bntaoriitton. arid will red- m at par the
Owapona on the tteTea Thirties praaated at the
eon n tor.
Will also irarobaaa Culted States Voticbers. Oer-
UAoates of indebtediiaa. and all Got ernm ot, -
ou ritiea. febttl
IHSIOMATtJ DlPOSITOaT AtiD FlVkVOIAL AOST Of
TBI UalTKO bTATBS.
Agent tax tbs Sale of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Five per cent, legal Tender Moles reseived 1:
payment or same with accrued interest.
All descriptions of
Bon slit slid Sold st best rat-s ap!8:R4
Academy of Mnsio Miss 0!lve Logan.
Pclton, Fr nch Co. For Chioago.
Michael Gslvin For Sale.
For Bnt R-omt.
Basil L. Bpangler Ko'ice.
Wanted A 01 rl.
The Botchinson Family Concert.
Lost Fur Robe.
Pelton, rrencb k Oj. For Ogdensbnrg.
Diameud Pin Lost loial Dollea.
O. Cutter A Son Local Notice.
Bjard Wantel Local Notios.
Boy Wanted Local Botice.
Camilla Urs i Local Notice.
Fiva cgaei new ribbons, flowers, and
straw goods opening at Mrs. Shaw's. ap26
Ten Compositors wanted.
Liadii Job Room.
Apply at the
Wahtid. A boy to carry the Liadii on
the West Side. Apply at Counting Room.
Coibcctiox. In seating np the resolution
of the Hesperian Society, Hiram Institute,
relative to the death and character of one
of its members, our types made us say Seth
Jones instead of Seth James.
Camille Ursn at Brainard's Hall.
Natal Csdit Hon. R. P. Spalding has
nominated Samuel H. Phelps, of Paines
ville, as a candidate for admission to the
Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Killid Thomas Pagoliss, of this city.
who has been working at Bazetta, was in
stantly killed, last Saturday, by the caving
in of an oil well which was being sunk on
tbe farm of A. L. Gordon. He leaves
wife and Eve children.
Camille Creo at Brainard's Hall.
Fob Laki Scriaioa. The splendid steam
er, Ironsides, Capt. J. E. Turner, will leave
for Lake Superior ports this evening. She
has been re painted, and several improve
ments have been made on board which will
add to her speed. She is one of the very
fluejt boats of the Lake Superior line.
Camille Urso at Brainard's Hall.
Tai Tiufli. All the funereal decora
tions were yesterday . stripped from
fairy-looking structure on the
Public Square. The building will prob
ably be taken down and removed
Mr. Ryder, the artist, has
taken a very fine photographic view of
temple, which is on exhibition at his
show case on the corner of Superior and
Camilla Urso at Brainard's Hall.
M'lli Ukso's Coicirt To-Niqht This
wonderful peformer on the violin, assisted
several eminent male and female artis
will give her first concert in this city
in Brainard's Hall. As all of our
readers know, ahe is msster of that most
difficult and nnsubduable of Instruments,
violin. Her fame is established and
world-wide. Our citizens have long been
anxious to see this celebrity and witness
marvelous performance. They will
now have the opportunity, and those who
shall not be able to gain admittance
the Hall to-night, must be on hand
season to-morrow evening, when a
second concert will be given.
Camilla Urso at Brainard's Hall.
TtAisriis or Pasolid Fxisomas The
following Northern Ohio paroled prisoners,
sick, arrived at Jefferson Barracks, Mis
souri, on the 21th of April, from Yicksburg
49lh Infantry John M. Fesaler, B, diar
rhea. 65th Infantry Benjamin Pears, E,chronio
102d Infantry Piltenger, B; W Bomiues,
scurvy; W B Boone, H, chronic diarrhea;
W Cook, B, ehronio diarrhea; Wail Peters,
chronic diarrhea; H H Haohlet, B,
ehronio diarrhea; Samuel C. Boone, H,
Boone. H. chronic diarrhea; Aiez Haim, H,
rheumatism; Jacob Kissel, K, scurvy; J F
losth infantry narry uover, aneuna.
115th Infantry A Fxoby, C, eenrvey; 8
White, F; Tn "Bean, H, chronic diar
rhea; C Goldwood, musician, C, chronic
diarrhea; Corporal John A O'Noil, C,
chronic diarrhea; Bohert F Watson, C,
Wastid. Boarding, by a gentleman and
is a private family. Address : "G. 6."
Camilla Urso at Brainard's HalL
TUESDAY EVENING, May 2.
Council met at th usual hour, th Presi
dent of th Couneil, Thomas Jones, jr., in
AU th members were present exeept Mr.
Reading of the minutes of the previous
meeting diipensed with.
Of property owners on Cheshire street,
praying for the construction of a branch
sewer through the remainder of said street,
to connect with tbe main aewer already
constructed upon Garden street. Board of
Of many property owners on Bt. Clair
street, praying that the ordinance for pav
ing, grading and sewering said street be
not enforced for a year at least. Board of
Of City Sexton for the month of April,
Of Gas Inspector for April, 1865.
Of Superintendent of Mai kets for April,
Of Secretary of Water Works for April,
Of Weigher of Hay for Fast Side for
April, 1865. Filed.
Of Committee on Fire and Water adverse
ly to granting the petition of th Cleve
land Hosemen, asking an increase of pay.
Of Committee on Schools, recommending
that $375 be appropriated to put in order
for a school the lower room of Engine House
No. 7, on Perry street. Filed.
Of .special committee proposing that
Messrs. EL C. Hawkins, James Fannell and
O. M. Banks constitute an Equalization
Board to receive the assessment made by
the Board of Citv Improvements upon own
ers of land abutting on Superior street.
Adopted and committee approved.
Of A. T. Brinsmade, Assistant City At
Of Charles 8. Stevens, Constable. Ap
Of Wm. R. Simmons, Constable. Ap
Of Erastus FrirxeU. Weigher of Hay.
Of Charles F. Elane,Constabla. Approved,
his Deputy Philip L. Kesaler. Approved.
By Mr. Dangler, That the Board of Edu
cation be authorized to expend a sum not ex
ceeding $375, in putting the lower room of
Engine House No. 7, Ferry street, in a con
dition lor opening a scnooi tneren
By Mr. Rogers, That the Street Commis
sioner be requested to notify the property
owners to clear forthwith their sidewalks
before the old Baptist church on Sen:a
By Mr. Martin, That W. H. Bholl be ap
pointed City Inspector of Provisions for one
year from the 1st of April, 1865, in his giv
in, hnnrlfl for 3.000. and Davintr into the
Treasury the amount provided by ordinance
last year. Adopted.
Bv Mr. Sturges, That the Council now
droceed to the election of Gas Inspector
for the coming year. Adopted.
By Mr. Roberts, That the pay of the city
police loree ne nxed at two dollars a day
Der man. Adopted.
mat tne rioara 01 1-117 improvements ne
requested to notify the property owners on
St. Ulair street, between water and aisda
ma streets, to repair, within sixty days,
their sidewalks wherever necessary.
By Mr. Townsend, That the Board of
City Improvements be instructed to build,
under the direction of the Street Commis
sioner, a Pound at some proper piece on
tbe East Side, so that the City Marshal can
enforce the ordinance prohibiting cattle
running at large in th city limits.
By Mr. Roberts, That the pay of workmen
on she street Do nxed at two dollars pe;
By Mr. Martin, That the sum of $350 be
abated on the license of W. H. Sholl from
the amount required by ordinance for the
inspection of beef, pork and fish. Adopted.
By Mr. Buhrer, That the Board of City
Improvements oe requested to nil up ana
widen to its proper width the sidewalk on
Columbus street hill, and take sueh steps as
will prevent the water from washing it
awav into the river. Adopted.
By Mr. Huntington, That the City Mar
thai be directed to remove th buildings
and other obstructions in Oakland and lay
lor streets, in accordance with tbe report of
tbe Board of City Improvements. Adopted,
By Mr. Townsend, That the City Attorney
be requested to ascertain if there is now in
full force an ordinance prohibiting cattle
and horses from running at large in the
citv limits, and if not to propose an ordin
ance forbidding all kinds of cattle and
horses from running at large in th limits
of the citv. Adopted.
By Mr. Buhrer, That the Board of City
Improvements be ordered to request parties
to move their fences on Columbus street,
which are now too tar m said street. Board
of Citv Improvements.
By Mr. Roberts, That the pay of laborer!
on the streets be nxed at $1.50 per day,
To amend an ordinance to regulate cabs,
drays and wagons. Second reading.
To provide lor the drainage of Jay street.
Camille Urso at Brainard's Hall.
Thi Citt Codicil. The new Council held
their first regular meeting last evening,
It is composed of the following gentlemen
of whom those marked with a star are
newly elected members :
Thomas Jones, Jr,
C. C. Rogers,
H. K. Reynolds
D. A. Dangler,
B P. Bowers,
George W. Calkins,
E. 8. Willard,
W. H. Truscott,
Frederick W. Pelton,
J. J. Weideman,
Of tbe new members th following were
re-elected: Thomas Jones, Jr., Joseph
Sturges, Joseph Randerson, Stephen
Camilla Urso at Brainard's Hall.
Thi Hotchisbom Asaii We are to have
the privilege of hearing this family of sweet
singers again, on Friday evening, in Brain
ard's HslL It wss only a week or two ago,
that they delighted large numbers of our
citizens with their tweet, good old -fashion
ed singing,but th frequency of their visits
will not make them any th less welcome,
For there is a large class of people who
yearn for, and must have music, to whom
the opera and fashionable concerts ar
either incomprehensible or extremely dis
tasteful. This large class is always found
in full fore at the domestic concerts of the
Hutchinsons, and they always leave the
hall at the close, strengthened and in
The Hutchinsons have endeared them'
selves to the mssses of the people because
of their private and professional devotion
to whatever tends to elevate, make better
and happier the condition of humanity.
Tbey have always sung songs of Brother
hood and Freedom, and their trumpet
voices have fired hearts wherever they
have gone. No family of singers is more
We are confident that a full house will
greet their appearanc her next Friday
Camilla Urso at Brainard's HalL
Pbisiktatioi Eitistaiimiits. Three
grand Presentation Entertainments will b
given at Brainard's Hall, on Tuesdsy,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings of next
week, under the direction of th New York
Manufacturing Jewellers' Association. Th
tickets are on dollar each. Every on re
ceives a present at th time they purchase
ticket, ranging in value from half a dol
lar to one hundred dollars.
The Association hav established their
depot for the sale of ticket and distribu
tion of presents at No. 134, American House,
where their extensive and magnificent
stock of presents may- be seen by our citi
zens. Baa advertisement in anoPjer column.
Complete List of Northern Ohio Soldiers
who have Died at Andersonville,
Ga, up to February Last.
Mr. Bolon Hyde, of Bnahville, 0., fur
nishes the Cincinnati Commercial a com
plete list of Ohio volunteers who have died
at Acdersonville, from which we glean tbe
names of soldiers from this part of the
Slate, as follows:
1st Infantry C Copeland, A ; R Twadle,
A; GWHolloway, C; N H Smith, H;
Corp G Mitchell, K ; J Harris, E ; F Miller,
B ; uorp J a omitn, O ; M lieeeender. i ; it
Kel ey, I ; H Gordon, G ; H Bronser, B ; C
Blight, I; A Ervin, 1; Sergt T P Simonda,
A; F McGiulkin, I; D Hinly, B; PF
Prouse, I ; G Gardner, E ; Corp J W Al
7th Infantry Ceo Artnur, 13; al Mo
Kinsley, I ; H E Davis, H ; H I Boyd, H ;
John Browolee, I; D Smith, H; John
Young, E; A A Shoufer, E : R Heyt, K:
G M Vail, D; A Lope, K.
8th Infantry Jas Mchveever, b j C Shoe
14th Infantry Wm Samse, H; O Hal
bert, A ; Corp Wm Gaunt, I ; M Luts, C ; F
Spegle, D; Sergt G E Church, C; C Bruhn
ing, G ; J Werner, C ; 8 McComb, K ; Eli
Burchneld, G ; H Vanfleet, I; JCopp, I;
H Waldron. A.
15th Infantry Jas Wood, B : 8 R Win-
grose, F ; Sergt J Caldwell, D ; CHurly.F;
Jno Brandon, F; I Collina, I; W H Dough
ty. H: (i Kellv. E: WSbaw, I; G8tull,G;
J Kellar, D; N Martin, A; Corp A G Cra
ven, C ; R M White, D ; Sergt N Jarrett, A ;
J C Chambers, C
19th Infantry C Moore, H, D Balcomb,
F. M Lemons, E, P E Go if, K, 3 Gilbert, B,
J Mick, E, 0 Hendrickson, F, J Balant, I,
J 8 Steward. B.
2 1st Infantry Ssrgt G McMurry, G, J
Harrison. I, beret 8 Hull, E, G Prat', G, A
H Phoenix, H, Sergt G Smith, J Lindsay,
D, A Arnubriah, D, Corp P L Gingnre, ,
Corp 8 Marshal, G, H Rigg, H. C Myer, 1,
J Night, E, E Keliey, D, G H Roid, H, G
Jolly, K, W Hibbett, D, A T Manahan, D,
H G Watson. A. M Fannman, E, G Caswell.
C, W Patten, D, P 8 Davidson, K, F Piuert,
C, E Whiting, K, Bergt E W Brown, E, Ira
Ward, H, A Cary, A, H M Clark, A, W For
rest, K, (i n Mornaon, 1, J rowers, 11.
231 Infantry C Brown, D, C Dille, I, J
A Holebaugh, E, J Ridgeway, D, W M Hub
bell, A, Bergt Wm Mcintosh, I, E A Piper,
B, C Crumbarger, I.
24th Infantry W Douglas, F, E Should
er, r , J Endermill, m, Lorp o Jennings, a,
25th Infantry R Ueeman, E.
27th Infantry P M McLaine, A, A Gil,
2th Infantry W B White, A
S2i Infantry W Simpaon.lF, Sergt A Ta-
r-t n rr T .1 T , r TI r
ner, u, o novcrim, x, xx xxumee, x.
41st Infantry E E Doty, H, Corp H H
43i Infantry D Johnston, B, DC Brewer,
49ih Infantry J Lowry, I, S Biehip, K,
T Squires, C, L Cover, B, D McSorley, F,
Sergt J Crcgg, K, Sergt Maj J W Clokie, G
W Bheldton, E, J Devene, D, A Duncan, K,
Bergt M Sweet, F.
51st Infantry D Alinger, C, C Ott, C, T
Rogers, C, B Mahin, I, S Bowman, K, W
Evans. I, L Courtwright, F, W Cahill, A,
J Mr Kerr, A, J Ditto, A, J Johnson, A, J
Buckbier, A, A Sickles, I, J D Stonehecka,
52d Infantry A P Downer, B.
54th Infantry. J De Masters, B; C Ben
der, C; A Myere, I; J Knapp, i.; W L Hill
65th Infantry. J H Griffith, C.
57th Infantry. David Coons, C.
61st Infantry. F Bower, I.
62 d Infantry. 8 Starbuck, E; H. S,
6-Uh Infantry. A Foreman . E; J Ami, D,
65th lniantry. Sergeant (i faaey, M
G Car nab an, i; J MuUin, K; j Brinahorn
er, C; J Robinson, i); C Waller, 1.
67th Infantry. Corporal J Kenney, E
6 ith Infantry. A Coleman, K; R May
70th Infantry. 8 Blangy, B; H Cope
hart. I; J Howard, musician, D; P Winder,
D: A Bell, V: J AicCabe, c.
72d Infantry. A Almond, A; M J. Stan-
ner, F; M Perrin, A; G H Lowe, C; H Pot
ter, E; r Bopser, U; J i'ursell, V; u Mud
well. C: L Wentworth, A; H Sturdevant,
A; Corporal N S Hains, C; J Ross, H; 8
Blackman, G; C Fraukinhurg, G; M Weav
er. H; Wm Hinton, A; H Shook r; N J
Zink, E; M Lockner, E; Corporal F Btodler,
E; P Donahue, H; b Jackson, E.
80th Infantry A Steel, H; A Rnce, C.
98th Infantry. J H Johnston, D; Corpo.
ral Tbos Reea, U; B Kinnabie. A; V Iiag
race, 1; J JJ McCoy, A; J liillyard, r .
100th Infantry. Corporal H Price, A
Sergeant P H Holly, B; R M Foster, A; M
Btill, xi; M a Metcali, t; 1 utepnens, t,
John Lovely, K; C Fowler, A; Geo Beaver,
C; Geo Ames, K; C Smith, A; Jos Wonting,
K: H Benor, E; E W Ostrander, H; J M
101st Infantry D Bush, H ; G Coleman
A ; B F Decker, B ; J Schein, K ; G W
Stephens, H ; Berg F E Struchion, A ; J
Bradley, A ; F Dibble, H ; P Schaffer, I
R F Moore, C.
102d Infantry G Beckley, F.
103d Infantry Corporal N Hawkins, G
Wm Smith, E ; Geo Hind, H ; B J Harring
ton, 1 ; A Miller, 1 ; w xnomas, ; j con
way, A; H Vangilder, H ; A Jordan, G; F
O Connor, .
104-h Infantry B C Entertin, K.
106th.Infantry G Martin.F ; E Bartholo
mew, C; F Belding, D ; Geo W Shaw, A-, J
Momss, A ; J L Jones, V.
111th Infantry Wm Wickham. B; Wm
Fscar, K ; N Croteer, C ; D Meek, K ; J W
cwinehaert, a ; D V Clark, B; Ccrporal
Hudison.lB ; D Stevenson, B ; L T Russell
B; 8 Jones, B; J Stevenson, B; K Cline,
B ; J Decker, B ; Corporal W Hemming, B
G L Brown, A ; R Meek. E.
115th Infantry Daniel HarbolJt, F.
120th Infantry J Mitchell, F ; R Robert
123d Infantry W L Fry, H ; C Valen,
tine, H ; J Dnrr, H ; J B Hay ward, C ; John
Lsy.K; G Pfifler, A; B F Bond, B; 8
Wood. A : Wm O'Forry, D.
124lh Infantry J Rei, K ; 8 8 Law, I;
Corporal W rarker, li ; M Chandler, E ;
Corporal N Plnnkett, E ; Z Parker, E ; J M
Uould, A ; J u xtorney, c.
125th Infantry J Brooks, I; A E Hay
ford, C; B Vaughn, F; B H Britton, H ; J
Wrie, B ; G W Lamphue, K ; J Pearson, B ;
A Bell, t.
126th Infantry J Hurtis, C ; J O'Neal, F ;
H Grager, H ; J J Benkle, E ; G W Hatfield,
K; J J jjrecker, a ; W A Jewell, U; J G
Buckley, A ; 8 Hall, F ; M Johnaon, C.
ljstb lniantry u flipper. 1.
2d Cavalry Bam'l Sears, F; JosFerris.H:
H Becker, E; M R Hiekox, D; S R Bickel,
M; U 8 Turney, G; F Wing, M; Wm Rie, E;
Bergt T Hull, H; 8 B Cook, C; E Adsms, C;
Bergt D Craig, D; F G Palmer, D; A A
Smith, A; BCoales, H; D Shingle, L; Sergt
1 W tttaniord. A; V J KoDinaon, li; Bergt A
Glisson, M; J Beasel, G.
6th Cavalry Corp 8 Groecanat, G; RJ
Green, C; H liOgan, L; W b Bprague, B;
Knowlton, B; JShepple, G; J W Parks, G;
V erinan, u; u Hrabnam, B.
10th Cavalry E Evall, M; Wm Thomas.
M; E Brutsche, I; R C Mitchell, B; T Mar
tin, A; B Barber, U;lil fease, 1.
12th Cavalry Corp L Dorson, I; B G
Da. W. C. Coli. We have reeently
learned that the successful surgeon.
Dr. W. C, Cole, has located him
self in Indianapolis, Indiana, where
for the future he purposes to practice
his profession, and we take advantage of
the opportunity to extend our congratula
tions to the citizens of that city in having
secured the distinguished services of the
Doctor, and to wish him every success in
his new field. We are extensively ac
quainted with the ability of Dr. Cole as a
surgeon, hsving known him in the position
of Post Burgeon at Camp Dennison, in this
State, and are able to speak advisedly of
his skill and success, W alsi know him
as on of th most experienced oeculists in
the country, and many of his cures of the
most difficult eases are familiar to us. The
people of Indianapolis have gained much
in securing the residence of the Doctor in
their midst, and we are certain it will re
quire but a short time for them to fully ap
preciate the advantage.
That Floial Aiohob. We understand
that th beautiful anchor, made of azalias,
whit rose and other delicate white flow
ers, which were wrought and furnished by
the ladies of the Soldiers' Aid Society, and
placed at the foot of the coffin of President
Lincoln, has been sent in charge ef Lieut,
Colonel Simpson, United Stales Engineers,
a gift tc Captain Stephen Champlin, one
the survivor of the Battle of Lake Erie.
is a splendid present. It was certainly
the most beautiful specimen of the horticul
tural art we have ever seen, and all who
saw it pronounced it a matchless, perfect
work. It is a pity that, as it is " a thing
beauty, "it cinnot be in soma way pre
served and made "a joy forever."
Camilla Vn? t Brtuaarcl'f
Pouca Rsr-os-r, We puVifsh below the
report of th proceed!- rs of the Police
Court, for the month of April, 18(5: '
1 Os Cossbkm Coastal .-
sinmber ef persons arraigned- 73
State Cases ...
umber or persons arraigned - ...37
Kumberof State examinations 8
Total number arraigned before Court 119
Amount of Ones assessed........-.....,.. 1103 00
Amount of costs assessed 90 36
Total amount of asssssmentsM.....-...-..l'ii 86
Amount of fines collected. .... IJ0 CO
Amount of costs aillecAas) fio 67
Total amoant cullecfc-d $115 7
Amount of fees paid witnesses 12 26
Am.nnt of fees paid City
Balance paid into tbe City Treasury... SU-3 42
Amount of flues assessed. . S273 00
Amount oi costs aasessea i ' , no
Amount of coats (State examinations) .. 37 SO
Total amount of fines and costs......... .5-188 :is
Amount of lines collected.. .. lo OH
Amount of costs collected 144 38
Total amount collected, and same paid
into the tjounty Treasury.. $310 38
OUt flues Finally Dis
Slats Cam FiWjr DU-
Assault aud battery. 26
Petit laroeny 7
Th eaieniog in men
acing manner 1
Grand larceny 3
Burglary . 2
K, bbery 2
Manslaughter..... . 1
. Total.-..-. . 8
Vagrancy...-. ........... 11
Destroying property 4
Keeping house of ill
Residing hi bouse of (1 1
fame ... 4
Violating bridge ord. 2
no nosm ao i
do enb do 1
Firing in city limits. 1
Visiting house of ill
lams- . . . 1
J. Scbboidzk, Police Clerk.
Sixtoi. Report. We publish below the
City Sexton's report for the month of
April, 18G5 :
Becelved for Lots in Woodland Cemetery ....$?U F0
Do do Erie Street do 37 fO
Do do West Side do 7,1 00
Do Interments in Woodland Cmet'y lot 60
Do do Erie Street do 20 CO
lw do West bide do It 60
Do Tseof Vault Bi 00
Do Sodding and improving lots...... 41 00
Do Disinterments 4o U
Paid to City Treasurer.
BIPOBT or INTERMENTS.
In Woodland Cemetery .
In Erie Street do ... .
In West Side do
In Catholic do
W. G. STEDMAN
U. S. Christian Commission The Treas
urerof the Cleveland Army Committee ac
knowledges thg receipt of the following
Bumsof money in the montn ot April lau
Cleveland, $3,477; Oberlin, 1st church'
$211,44; Findley,$30; Tiffin, $66.15; Aurora
B. A. S. $51,30; J. M. Miller, $10; Warren.
$221; Birmingham, J. Ward, $20; Cleveland-
Florence Oxame, $1: Wellington, Con
gregational Church, $30,00; Clarirlon,
Congregational Church, $5 60; Fremont C.
C, $34 08 ; Paineavtlle, $300 ; Huntsburg,
$40; Andover Y. P. Exhibition, $48 ; .New
ton Presbyterian Church. $7 25 ; Millera-
burgh 8. A. 8 , $25 ; Youngstown, $273 10
kootstown Congregational Church, $28 55 ;
Steuben, $50; Clyde, $18 46 ; Mesopota
mia, $100 ; Mantua, A. C. Foster, 2, Clan-
don, $8 10; Brownhelm, $21 ; Kinsman,
Grace Church, $8; Fostoria $'2 35; Frank
lin, $3 ; Ravenna, B. A. 8., $63 46 ; do. col
lection, $36 54. Total; $5272 36.
Military Promotions. The following pro
motiona in Ohio regiments were entered at
the Adjutant General's office on Wednesday,
April 26th :
37th Infantry 1st Lieuts. Jacob Litter
and Henry Pentoch, to Captains ; and Ser
geants Louis Eckert and Louis Bitter to 1st
61th Infantry 1st Lieut Wm. H.Forbes
to Captain ; and Sergeants Thomas 1.,
Thompson, Joseph Andrews and Samuel E.
Bmitn to 1st Lieuts.
Academy: op Music. The eminent success
of the first presentation of Miss Logan's
drama, "Eveleen." attracted a large and
brilliant audience to the Academy last
night to witness the reproduction of the
fine play. It was pre pen ted with even
more effect than on the first night, although
it was given on the first occasion in a man-
ner bo admirable tva almost to defy criti
The celebrated play of "lngoniar" will
be given to-night, Miss Logan appearing
aa "Parthenia." and Mr. Evelyn Evans as
'Ingomar." The farce "A Soldier and i
Bailor, a Tinker and a Tailor," will con
elude the performance, Mr. James Liwis
personating Timothy Botch.
HARVEY GRAY. In Cleve'and, Tuesday, Mny
at (tie reticence or Mrs. J. W. tiray, by Kvv. W
Ii Goodrich, Mr. Wllli-m H. Barrey and Mihb
Joeie Gray, all of this city, h o oards.
sLoat A Dl A men 41 Fist Monday evening,
Hay 1st, either on Lake. St-ntca, Bank, Superior or
Euclid Btr.ets The Pia was tipped with black and
contained a single stone. Th flttder w ill be liber
ally rewarded fur his trouble by leaTiug the same
at this office. my3 21)6
A lot ef BlAck Broadcloth, Black Meri
no. Black Alpaca. Bleached t-hlrting, Ac., slightly
dtmsged. w II b sold at the A notion Rojm of O.
Gutter ft Son. No. 134 Bsnk street, this (Wednes
day ) morning at 10 o'clock. my 3: 209
Vr. U. J. Merrick, recently having coin
pletel his three years of service as Surgeon of the
17th Regiment, O. V 1., will hereafter be ass ciat
d with Dr. Brooks In the practice of Medicine
and Surgery. niy2 8C9
Removal. Dr. M. L. Brooks hsa removed
from his former residence, on Undid street, to No.
$16 Superior stre t, third houe west of Trinity
Church. Bis office hereafter will be at 104 east side
Public Square, between Chap'n's Ball and Btff.
Uao Porter' ( nre of Palo,
Use Porter's lore ol Faro,
l'aa Porter's Gore of Pain.
Use Port Care if Pain.
Caa Porter's Cor of Pain.
Us Porte 's Core of Paia.
To snake your Boras look w ll, shed off his
old ooat, loosen his skin. Improve his appetite and
feel young, give h'm some of Norris Arabian Con
dition powders Sold by all Druggists at 26 cents
par packige. Principal offloe. 107 Bank street.
H. A. Koyntosi, M. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUBetOtf.
Offloe, $9 Peatl street, Cleveland. Ohio.
Office Hoars, from T to 9 A at., frost 1 to 3 and
7 to 9 P.M. ap2o-2U
For Sale Three Houses and Lota on
the north side of St. Ofalr street, near North Perry
street, to be Sold at Adminl tretor's Sale, on the
4ih day of May, at M o'clock P. M., on the premist S.
Libural Hmeglvoo. r L. PRINTI 3,
. CLEVELAND, O3I0.
Our fruits of all kinds will hereafter be fojn
for sale at fey A Davlaney's, 34 Oaitarlt etreet,
and 0. Gbandler'a. 187 Ontario street, at our prices.
iyl:aC8 NTCE, SHIRK A OO.
a a. aaan, a. w. wooewosra. r. . a sad.
C. A. BEAD & CO.,
B5 8DPIBIOB bl OlEVELAKD, OHIO,
GOU). filLVSK, C0CP05S, IICI1HGI,
CXN1D1 ND UNCURRENT I0NET.
Bar and sMl all deacrlptlrma of
r-T 8-10 Notes ooa verted into Sixes of 1881.
BubsortpUoas iwoeived for 7-30 and 10-40 Bonds.
We pay highest premium for all premium funds.
TJoonrreat money taken at lowest rate of discount.
ewarWeelso bav and sell on Oommistion all kinds
OfHtonki and Bonds at the H. Y. 8 took Bxobange.
All onnrs oy man or express promptly niua.
Reveaue Stamps for ese 18
'. HjUil, Baisler,
- -ABD ' "
; B. COTIBXMIST LOO IS 13 1,
j 1 111 tfcxpertoi- St.
,' Bnserlptlans raoalved to the
"1 3-10 fib Cbht. and 10-40" Natiokal
- '-, LoAJr, .
rOoajmrsslosi allowed to Snbscrlbers.l
SSsrTJ. 8. Bonds of IBsl, fi-aO-s, load's, Tresanry
Noteej an all otnsr Government fecnrltlas par
ehussd and foraal. a th. saost fltvorabl tarmB.
. Gold, bllvar, Coupon, and Canada asoney bonsai t
aod sold at bast rata, ipoalts received and lol
leotlona aud. at all aooesslb . points. Dncnmnt
rends eonverted at kowett rates. IkiTtnus Stan, pa
fcr a!, i. 004
MARRIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MO RHINO LIADCB OFFIOl, 1
Tckspat Iwiss, Hay t, I860. J
lb le.vd.Dg tr m of tbe ront y, with a most
encouraging aDaoimity, are wholatoinely jt.bi.ant
over the prospwt fanlshed by ft return to pesos of
hea'th? renew.l of that straightferwaid pros
perity whl'h, freed from iheconUEgeecitlof spee-
ulatfoa, In hq res a stable wealth, and contrary to
the Te-y general idea of a lea months since, are
indicting nothing bat good for the fnaneial and
commercial internts of the nation la the luture.
The return of the Bon h to bueineae intercourse,
with the ailTaitteges ot free labor and ths enter
prise of a new Caa. of men; the iWdy lnflax rf
foreiga population, fitting up ths gAps made by
war, an brlngiag with them .h.lrtueful lessons of
fades ry and thrift ; ha n-w imp Hue that will be
gifen to BanufMturiag enterprise by an Increased
competillon ; tbe svogmntad v'gor with which the
5eTelopmfrnt f the aroat Bniaicg Interests of the
conntry wi 1 bt pushed. re pome of ths cODsidera-
tinns whi-h off-r tbemselTts to convince a'lof a
degree of fa ore material derelopment and rapid
progress in prosperity and stiength that properly
cone: yel Ii etirt.ii.lj mugnlncent. It Is no longar
qietttion how tbe pnblia debt is to be paid. The
ud qualified mabireitation of the confidence of the
peopta In the Government is Bnfflcle.t answer to
alt who would cavil open this point, white tbe fa-
tare holds np snob a picture of opulence for the
nation as to omp etely OTorwbalm all apprben
sIod or tho credit of the oountry. The aeTasta-
tion of Iht psst four years of war. It is sale to say,
will be nntEoewn. txa pt as a fact of his ory, with
in half the time It has taken to produce It; and
not octy this, but for entry hamlet destroyed there
will spring np a town, and for erery town a city,
tusj with the ceaseless hum of free indaitry. and
thriving under tbe luipnlM of well rswardf d
petition. Tbe war has done much to aronse Into
previously noknown pwer the energies cf the na
tion, and t" bring to he surf see m ureas before
bidden and unthounht of. Ithna a'ao instilled Into
the people, if not a strotger dVeire at least more
purpose, to sec a mu' ate those benefits that how
from tbe generous use of their energy nd their
means. And in dving this It has woiked out an
hundredfold tbe t d-mption of Its oost. . The pow
er of this gieat country and this great peopte, well
tfiUd though it has been, Is aot yet fatly demon
strated, and still greater a-hievemeats thaa any
yat accomplished remain to be censummated.
There was quite a br.ak-down on Stocks at tba
Firt Board lu New Tork to-day. with a pressure
to sell, tot this being met by pretty free purchasea,
iodut-d a rally, aud tie market closed somewhat
stronger, though still at a decline from yesterday,
Govrr meat Bonds wer firm aid active. , (fold re
cdMl daring the mcrning to 140. bat rallied in the
fie rr o on to clcsing to-night at 141. There
1 no ppxiiiftUve demand, and caah gold is rapidly
increasing. The amount at pre en t In the Bab
TrtMfurr acd Batiks is reported at forty millions
Id this market to day the price, pafd by brokers
were 18(3 UU , s Oliog at 14 140. Ott, rings very
MoDey In NVw Tork continue! rery abundsnt.
Largeamounts ate loaned st 4 per cent., and 33
has bterj reached on Governmtut bonds as oollat
In Cincinnrti the supply of currency la Increas
ing, and the market ta not Tery active.
In this market there Is a diminution In the sap-
ply of currency conf-quent upon heavy payments
ol Treasury dra ts, but the public demand is light,
and Bankers find no Inconvenience at present in
me tin gall rgu!arfemands upoath m. Exchange
in clow, but less aetiTe. Bates steady at par buy
ing and premium railing.
Sties ot the 7 30 Loan for two days at the Second
Nation! Bank were $71,100, and at the First Na
The imports at Few Tork for the nine months of
the fiscal year from July Xt 1S64, to March 91. 1880,
including epecle, were to the amount cf fllfl,632,
657, against 119,890, 636 a -.me time hut year. The
receipts from cmtom do Hot show a falling oil from
last year of nearly 918,000,000. The Imports da
ring the week ending lat Saturday amoa'tnd to
$3,814,149, and the exports of domestic produce to
$2,008,613. Export of specie $817,19.
N. Y. Money Market—May 2.
hlerliUK t arbanirvr--'tea at 109(810:
lor kuiu im u ursi-cis Dill..
Clolil Htsvy and lower, opanlnr at 1414), de
al in ion to 14 - a vancmg to and clossnf
New York Stock Market—May 2.
s)vrninsil Htssebit- Activsand n.msr
S. Five-twenty conpuus. do new issue, 10.
NXH-tiis Hsavy. Fort W.yne Onlcano,
cariiDgron a imnry nir, rtocKisrra lu; porta
wtstern Hi; do preforrrd 61; Uleve'anil ft Pitts
bnrKh 74c: Mlrhiiran Southern 67"i: N. V. Cen
tral 'J14; Erie Tli; Hndson 119; Rsadlnc VHi;
ma ipos. ta; vioicKsiiver .i; LoirDeriai-a sr4; uiuo
s m ihsibsippi serriiicMie. BliSBVQn sixes
National Bank or Cleveland.
Ann FiKiBcui, Aos.t or tbs Cbitbb Statis.
Spcci.il Agent for the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Five pr onnt. Legal Tender Notes received In
payuteutof fame with accrued interest.
All detrrlptioos of Gfrverometst Secar.tie Bonght
aod eotd at rxst rates. tp'ei
MERCIIANTiS' NATIONAL BASK
Deelirnated Depository fr all Jubllo Monies,
and Kioaneial Agent of tbe Unlrad ttstas. Au
thorized tubscriptou Ageut for the
7-30 Loan, Ac.
Tbls Bank bavins: beon appointed a Depository
aod Financial Apent of the Governmtnt, will
promptly nil all orders 'or the Popular 7-30 Loan,
now being rnpidty taken. Tbe decline In Gold
mnHl eontlnre to render this Loan B desirable in
vtw ment '1 he nnual coramfasion al'owed to Banks
and B.nker, who buy to sell again.
Five Per cent. Legal Teuder Note,
Wi-h acctned interest add-d, ree Ivedln payment
for so ecrlptions. sj.tnred 7 -.HI Coupons psid oa
presentation. I7nlted Hlat a Vouchers purchased,
and niainriog nertlflcatea of Indebtedness ool
apn:i2 W. L. CBTTEB. Casblar.
MORNING LBADKR OFFIOB, I
Toisdat Evsaias, May a, 1A.
Reeelftlsi Tne receipts of Grain by rail during
the U4 bcura ending at on. .'dock to-day war. as
Wheat Com Oats By. Barley
bna. hn.. ho. h. km
O. C. 0
R .. 6.VI 360
. 1000 8400 ..
Tctal 16 0 850 S 00
Tbs rec Ipts of grain to-dsy are very light coai
parid with thote of tbe past two w eka. Tne mar
ket throughout has ruled tame, and under ths coa.
tinued decline in New York ths feeling is less firm.
Floor is ruling very quiet, there being ao buyers
axeept for borne and Interior conscmptlon. Bom.
shipments from first hands are being made, bat
there are no ioyestrnents of a speculative charac
ter. The abssnce of a demand for Flour of conri.
cnrtal's the operations of millers, and tba Inquiry
for "Wheat la li.ht. Po 2 red realized a further de
olfne to-day; Ho. 1 do neg'eeted ; Toledo red offered
at 11,55, with buyers at 11.63. Corn Is steady, bat
qukt, there bl g no salts reporUd to-day. Oats
ai e in moderate request, unchanged and firm.
Bye and Barley dull. In Provisions lbs demand
is conflnt d to ths home trads, bat prices are stesdy
and unchanged. General Produce mores eft In a
small way. Kew Western Reserve Butt r Is wanted
at So' 2c. New Obeese is arriving to a moderate
extent, and ia quoted at a range of lx-alUe, ac
cording to quality. Bighwinea continue very dull,
with 94,10 as an extreme asking figure.
Fl-el-rtitsi'Tbe following are the rates at pres
ent asked by L.ke (steam) and Rail :
Li is ako RaiL To New Tork. First class:
11,26; Beooo J class: 81,00; Third elasa : 86e;
Fonrth el us: C2o. Flonr, (1 25; Wool, 81,85.
To Bost n. First class : .1,35 -, Second olass :
$1,10; Third class: Doc j Fonrth olass: mc
Floor The marxet ia quiet and lower, (food
to ch :l:e XX red 7,75 ,00 ; do XX whits 13,76
90,0 St'es 60 bbls XX red it 88,00.
Whettt JIarket quiet. No. 9 red lower Balsa
12C0 bu No. t at II, Kl, ard 1200 at 11,33. Toledo
red offered at 11,(5, 11,63 bid.
Cons Qniet and steady at 6"c for ihelled from
Out ctea'y. Sales 4 cs rs at rl from .tore.
Bye nothing doing. Held at 11,0001,08.
Barley Sal. 2 cars No. 1 from store at 11,06.
Pork In moderate demand and steady at 92ft,
0TAlD,r4 for Otty-packeJ mess. Salsa 85 bbls un
inspected country mess at 928.00.
"Lard UnobargedstzOjnZle for dty-rendered
tteroes and kegs. Sale If 00 tisat quotations.
Smoked Henta In fair request and steady.
Sngar-cured hams 23c for canvassed and 82o for
ncanvassed ; shoulders 17c ;-drled beef 19e for can
vassed and lPc for nncanvsssed. Sales 1,000 lbs
uncanvassed bams at 22c; b90 lbs nncsnvaised
dried beef at 18c ; St lb. shoulders at 1 To.
Bottfr New W. R. wanted at S032o. Old
dull at 15., 18c, A3 to quality- ....
xTK Tn good demand at 24o.
C'hesMse New Cheese Is am vis g and aslls at a
range of 12M(g18c, according to quality. There la
old of conaequenc. in market and prices are
Hi-chwlnes Dull and weak. Held at 9Vt
Alcohol Market quiet and steady. Held at
94,324,34 for 99 par cent, Ben tral Proof Spirits
Pesjrw semsss Tas marks Is quiet Bad weak
B.ld at 70c for re fried.
steed Sales (0 ba Timothy at tt.Hf 5,t0.
Olevsr bald at 918,00.
Patxttoc. Steady at SOe fcr peach-blows.
Dried Applea-Bleady at tklMKc, and pay for
Dried Pesvehea Unpeeled .e'ling la a small
waj at 3TQ34c ; no pes ed in a arket.
Ijthc Flab The market is s eady, with a
mcdsrats cemand, at the following prices : Whlte-
i, halt bbls, 98,0009,00; Trout, half bbls, 8 ,00;
rtoksrel, half bbls 8,0rvg.,50 ; Her ring 9 80
per bbi. Bass 98 00.
Beano Dull Held at 1,752,00 for good to
prims medians white.
stall Steady, rl-ie 12,10. (oars, and Ground
Modsi Firm. New Tor stats 4 .none, aooc ru
ng to quality ; Ohio 25,a30c.
Slala eteady. Baxi.y Malt hd at 91,80 pet
Ate amd PsarSsw Mark.t st-,!y. Wt qeo
M follows : Present Hsa XX Ale 910; Stock XIX
gll91S; Kannett 9li Pale Creaa. 811' let-r
911 . Half and qaarW barrels hi proportion.
Waler Ajbuo rum at u u u t-swegosas
plaster. "1'ow.irs" uod piastai ,n so pat
COMMERCIAL. Rose & Prentice' Provision Market Report.
Ta. following an th. rates aksrgsd by as :
Httm. Bugar-eursd prstnlnm hams T
nrtfid Beeir 1 i 18 s
Shooldsir Sn-rar-cured 2 lb. 18 t
Basioat trr smoked mdes v
"Latrd Prime leafketUe-rnd'd la bbls or t res. 20 a
Prime leaf kettle-mdr'd In kegs !..! c
Pork No. 1 mess V bbl I , , !' 0t
Bxtr. clear . boi ,, . J is
" Bo extra chars, mad. for packae-aa or cart
as, to railroad depots or boats. All aftlcla an
warrant- stnetiy prime, ana equal to anytntng rs
the Plat. Orders promptly tUed.
suns m rssHTiHO,
A1- Bos. 141. 14 and 14A Ontario street.
NEW YORK MARKET—May 2.
CwttOB. OpeneJ dml Bad deolinins and closed
inner, with fair demand. Sales at ti(e)44o for
rwar-usavy ana i"ftioe lower.
Saba at 90 vwa7 lo for axtra Btate: 97 TSs). fO
for common to good ehieping brands extra rofind
boon Ohio; 93 Ot 60 for trad, brards. Market
eiea-ng heavy, alt no buyers at oatsld. qora
vvbiakr Without decided change. Western
at 92 iiKt 11. -
Wheat Heavy and common grades l2n low
er. Sites at run. ia to cboice amber siiclngan st
91 7i'(on 86; common winter led western . W'i3
Rye Quiet. Westsrn 91 UJ.
Oata xiull and nomirui. c'ales at 7B(g77o for
Cora Scarce and very firm. Small sates new
ye low at 81 47i9l 60; old mixed western SI 45.
noti uu I,
PeirAleaio Quiet. SbVb at 39o for crude;
64c f r redoed in lond. and 74o tor do f,ee.
CsstTess Dall and torn nal.
tsns-Hr Quiet aud kiaer. MttS"ovadollB)l c
MsslasBsers loll, r orto Rico a.wc
Ports Opened heavy and lower, bet dosd
with mare firmness. 8 les at a 7i8 Ml for
aew m-aa, closieg at 82s ST cash; 1-6 (0j5 60
lor 1883-4 do, cs.h and regniar way. closing- at
920 25 cash; 9 A susasfi 10 for prime and 8X4 75(4
85 V5 tor prime mesa. As 4.61-0 bbls new meia for
May and Jane, seller s sns boyer . option, at fv
Met In moderate request at 12iro for plain
mses: 1620c for extra m- ss
Beef Hn-S sad, snd qnie'.at 82,326
Cmt m eiLH In moderate dernan 1 at Itilo,
for shoulders; 17(alilc lor bares
fisena Q K-t 8.I.. at i6Vi.':c for Cumber
land cut, U3'srs416'-jo for loug-riblwu; Ifc.Sial'io
Isard Heavy at llSl?
Butter Quiet at lotc for Ohio, and 2330e
theese-Quiet at lc22c.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK May 2, 1865.
The current prices for the weak at all the markets
Beef Cattle 1st quality, 921 nrvaa 00; fair
to good quality 918 u)(d2l 10; common quality
915 60(i.l7 Ml; Inferior quality 91 i 00,0)15 0V.
Cow and Calves 1st quality 8o Ibjasioo 00,
ordinary i-M 01I..76 0U; common quality 960 0u
SO l, inferior quality 910 UlUffM 0U.
feal Calvex 1st quality, lb, llllc; ordi
nary quality 910; common quality 8Hj; Infortor
Mbejrp aud LamrMs Extras, per head, 912 00
(ol 14 HO; prlmequality 9l0 0ll(g 2 IJO; ordinary qual
ity 98 6ol 00; common qnality 97 60jS8 bo;
inferior quality 98 6tx7 60.
Swims beevy Corn-fed, llb, VUc; light
and mediom lo3, llc; still-led 10(1 tc.
Receipts of a 1 stock at the yards for (Lis we. k
and last w,ek we-a bb follows:
Beeves, 4X43; cows, 1J9; veal calves. SftJI sheep
and lambs, BUS; swine 6147
Last week Be,ve, 4134 ; cow. 82; Teal calves,
l-1.' ; sheep and lambs, 758; swine, 820,.
Tba market for beef Caul rul d txavy agtin
h' week and prices wre )talln jt lo.er Th.
O.ttle were of a f ilr avera e quality; and 12o w.s
th-milium rata this week, and ftrat at that Tbe
price ruled ap lo 2(X2c, tbe tatter Icr caoioe.
xhe bilk of the good, neavy crn-fed sold at 18
19c $ t. while f ttr to medium brought 10 to If c.
Hogs have be, plenty, and ia moderate dmand
at oar quotations
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr Morning Star, Tiger. Detroit.
Pr. p Fonntsia City, Rwuode, Banalo
Piop Tlega, Ssaon, Dunkirk
Schr G GOooper, Horry, R Chester
nchr Star, Starkey, Burw.ll, 30 m Inmber
Prop Fountain City, Rounds, b'csgo
Prop Meterr, Wilson, Ontonagon
brhr Wm Khupe, Rose, Culcgt
Bohr Britannia, Light, N. fltasgow
Schr Homeward fou d Titua, Burwell
Scbr I'nkia, S..I, rort Hur,n
SclrI ienTher.ee A.cli, uer, Bnrwcll
Plymouth Cliureh. Slip In Plymouth
Church will be rented for one year, at the t huroh
on Wednesday, May 3d, at two o'clocA P. M.ui2:S0C
ITCH. WUfeAT0JT8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. BC-RATCH
Will on re tba Itch ia 48 hour also cures Bait
Rheum, Ulcers. Cbilblalna. and all .Eruptions of
the Skin. Price 60 rents. By sending AO cents to
Weeks end Potter, 170 WsshliiKton st.. Boston, will
be forwarded free by mall. For sale by all Drug,
fftsta. firaoaa 4 AasnvraONa, Olevel.nd, Agents
for Northern Ohio. mhM:F dw
'Poor worm I thou art Infected,
This visitation shows
Bnt by ths use of Dr. D 11. Beeiye'i Liquid Catarrh
Bemedy.you can be restored to health. wbKh is
"mere precious than gold, jea, than tine gold.'
Twelve Yearn Ago
fl08TsT TEB'S HTOMACH BITTI.B9 was struff
cling Into notice ajceiut the prejudices wbivta
ererythiig new, h wevr excellent, ia doomed to
It stands at ths bead of all tonic and alterative
preparations ia ex.slnc. Its cslibrtty be vot
ed many t ml t allots, bnt ao ricue. Pnyskians pro
aonnce it the ohlv sars mtimulant tbt has taver
beta inttodoced into tbe flcfc chaaber. In the
Hospitals uf tbe Ar,y ana Araty, the surgeons find
It the Tery beat tonic forconvaleecenta, and reoi t
it as invaluable for suatainiua toe vigr o troops
oa the Bm&rcB, ae a Ttmay f jc icurTy and all ttcor
botlc affections, aad ae the only specisc for s a
eickneas. Calin rnia and ens raiia have endorttei
It as rbe M ins as' Minfctan pmr rxcmtUrwe, and In
l paniBh meroa and all tne iruptcei Caimatea, it ie
coaeidered the omy rel abie anuaote to epidemic
- There la no mystery about the can es of Its suc
cess. It is tbe enlf stomachic and alterative in
whtch are combined the gra d requ site of a mild,
pnreandttnvltiatrd veget.b e sns-ulant, wita the
finest selection of tonic. abt1bUI.Q, anil scorbu
tic, aperient, and depurative herbs, pieuts, roots
and barks, tnat have ever been tnte.mixed In a
mediciLal o reparation.
The Bntera Lave tbls distinctive quality, which
Is a t shared, ft It believed, by auy tome, tinotun,
or etz tract in the world; Uiey uo aot excite the
puis', thoagh tbey iu'use a woi derml degree of
vigor Into tne nervous system, a.d nt rent then and
suaula the whole physical crganisation.
It is aieo proper to state that the Bitters are
sold exclueiT. ly in glass, aod never under any cir
cnmstaDcae by tbe gallon or the barieL impoe
ten and imliatois ae abroad, aad tbe only safif
gaard the pnb io have ai;inst them ie t see Wiat
the Bitters they buy boar the engraved !ab-i and
note of hand of Mekkr. Boietter A Sim lib, and taa
ttovt-rumrnt stamp over tbe cork of tse bottle.
S10 tcmrd.lAiiLn at the Depot, or bv
tweea the .Depot and Jhrson Bouse, a leatLer
Pocket-book, contain in g about three bnodrtd dor-
lers, a $1U0 comporjed inierest greenback; also, a
note. pa able oa jr$and to I. O. Kawsos, sl,ned
J. H. Henderson, snd twenty shsree of -'Ohio Oil
Mining and Manufacturing Stock' endorsed to L.
0. Bawaoo by Fargo. Tbe above reward will be
paid. If returned to tbe Herald office. Bank street.
OU Factory for ISi-Je, The subscriber of
flsrv to sell hie tbetory oa Canal and Ohio streets,
with the land and buildings, being pleasantly sit
uated, contract and conveniently airanred. Ca
pacity about fifty barrels per day. InimMiiate poe
seaslon given If required. tt. PELTON.
ntamlavftl. .. 14. tlM Mft-'f
PATE NT OFFICE ACSNCY.
JNIMU STATUS AND FOBBIQH
- PA TENT OFFICE A QENCY,
Bo, 1S6 Bank Street, Glevrlanri, Ohio.
Wa are pnpared to transact business of every
doscrlptloa rel.ting to Invention, Drawings, Ca
veat., HpeclScations, Patents, Infringements, and
th. P. tent Laws. B0RRIDOB m CO.,
.ret Aettinetassl Attnpner. foe Pnts. '
GOODS. I DAVB THI
day received a small lot of small checked
Poplins atonly M-x Hhilllnsra a Yard. A Ik
Plain Barathea Uloth. A I pact.. Plaid Mohairs,
Striped and other seasonable Drees Good, which,
hBTlna b-an purchased sine th fall in price,
am enabled to sell at yery reasonable rates. Any
one wanting to buy a go d and eneap Ureas will do
welltocallatrLRTMAN'SCifeplrrT Goods Store.
BARGAINS 1 BAFkvAINHI Call and sea.
Bl'k and Whits Balmoral Skirts at $1.76, worth 96
Good Qu.liry Irish Linen at 80c and 91 yard.
I laen tiheetlng only 91.60 a yard.
6tr ped Shirting Flannel only 60c a yard.
Wit a number of other bargains to which the
Publie ar respectfully Invited by 8. HTMA9,
mJUf jr, aujurlo- ,t, PitHaj- Wi J
- i " -. .. .-"''l-
CAD.SK or MUaiO.
PRICES OF AVTMISSIOH.
Dress Otrela and Parqsntts 60 seats. 8Vnred gssm
to Drua Cirele, TS ceata; FaraUy Olrcl, 60 emta)
Callwy. 85 sents-, fnvata Boia, ao aad 9:.
b'nl. Mats In FnvaU Boxes, i.
"0olni persons will, and r ao circamstaa
ds, be termi Ud to occupy seats ia any other por
tion of IBs house, save ih. Gallery. Admission tt.
Loots open at 7. Canal, lises at 8.
Laat Bit8 hut It of Bias Olive Locem.
W,DsDr iTHisa, May Sd, th cehbrated
Psrlhenis HI., ciivs logsrl
lagoaar -Mr. Evelyn Evaas
To r-c ocl.de with the Faros called
A ti.4 ,rr and a bu4cr, . Tinier and . TaUar.
Ilmolhy Boich f- Jbsm Lewi
JKAIKAKD'8 HA Lit
Fil.il ITMJJC, 1I .th, 1863.
THE HUTCHINSON FAMILY
Whose recent Ooac-i t In this city rare neh -a-vtrwal
satisfa. tloa to the highly appreciative eadt
eme present oa that eviot . wi'l, by iut,
(Tve one Concert mora, on which occasion they will
introduce a rich variety of pteoat, cotrpr.Mng e
ceiit coatpoaiticas aatiarlj applicable to taU itii
rifg events, at owitilnp lrre 'or out late Pree-
idt-nt," as song by the fiatchiaeons at fit. Paoi's-
tiokem 50 crara.
for flaleet Brainard's static dtore.
-Br-Vors open at 7. Cone it will envm at
gT. UEORttfi'S SOCIETY'
The Seventh Annual Festival of Lb
bT.GEOKGa'S BEKTOLtXr EO'IIIT,
Wil ba held at CDAPIS'S HALL,
Tbubbdat Evening N ixt, Mat 4th.
Supper will be provided by Mr. 9. W. Garrstt, at
Music by Leiacd'a Band.
Th Oancieg will be ander th. direction of Ifrv
I. V Ballou.
1 1rkei can be bad at the store of R. . Rann.y.
Of roer 1 etrott and Tearl etre- ts, West 8 d. ; of
f liher of the Stewards, aod ot the President of tb.
Sotiety. O CKKEMIKLD.)
TBOS. WALTON. I
J. BOCTALL, lStward.
B. H 8IAIB, J
myl tftT H PAR-0N3 President.
WILL BE 8IVEN AT
Under the direction of the Few Tork Mann factor
inir Jewellers' Afsoclation, who, at twelve loler
taticments yiven by thie Ansrciation, at tbe need
emy uf Mcsio, in New Tork, told upwards of
f aU,0O9 wo th of Tickets, and
Gst, iwAjr Over 6i).C00 FresfaU!
N. B. AH oth-ra using the same of tbe New
Tork M anu'iMtnrina: Jewders fVSrMiiotio, are
flftdioas Ahsoclatioue a d :a no way connected
with the Origin) a nd Only Genni.te Mew Turk
Jewwera' Astvuciatiou la tbe country.
WE ARE NCW OPEN,
FOK THB SALE OF TICKETS AND
DISrKIBUTION OF PRESENTS.
to. 131 &UPESI01 MSEET,
(AMEBICAN EOC3E BCILDINQ )
To tba Purchasers of Tickets to tba
New Tork Manafactarlng Jewel
FBOM THEIR IMUINa bTOCK of JWLBT.
Watrbes Set w'th Diamonds, Sold Enameled
Watches, t'eavy Gold Uunting-e.ae w etches,
fcilv-r WatchM, Tea Pets, Silver War.,
of all detkciipticne, Braoetetai, Guard
Chains, Itrchea 'elitaine.
Rnjs, ac , c.
And an en41eM vsrity of Bie Ulri. aad ob)ectS
TICKRTS 05 DOLLAR
Every one r't1ves a Present at the time they
purchase their Tirkot, vnrying la valne from Fifty
Cent- to HunJrtMls of I oltars.
WHO Tfcvets soil at tbe Hall. Every one re
ceives a Pr snt n purchwtng their Ticket at the
No. 131 perl. r Street,
(Aasaicaa Uocsa Builb ao.)
-tw-BEAD! SJa-RiADI SrKEADI-V
The most Liberal, the noit Fair, the moat Oiifrt
na), tbe a.ot Popular, the most ba ceeetul Eatt-r-prise
ever lnangn aied, and endnned by the Pa IH8
and PUBLIC of N.w York, finifalo, littslmr.h,
and all ths largest cities, .tst aua Wtet.
The New Tork Herald siys:
There has never b erj an enterprlee Inangsratad
In his city, which hss been more generally pstron
(sed or iiiveu more general sattsfaoiioa, than that
of the Preenttioi 9tntertnm nt eiven by the
New Vork Meuufitctn in Jew. lore' Aesociation.
The Kew Tork Tribune says :
The befit artlate promrwhie ia the e'ty, are en
gaged for th-ae entertilLmeote, and it se m to ba
the dete.mination of ih directors to leave not bin;
undo- e to pies aud satisfy ttudr pafrnns. 1h-re
ts ir delay, ao anxiety oa tbe part of te pemhasw
era to know wht tbey will receive. Toe present ia
given ehes tho ticket ta pnrehaeed, as a they gj
away with a tioket 'or a first clae entertain stent,
worth ths price paid tor tnet:ckit, and a preaeaa
worth at lt-aat aa moeh at retail pneej, and pet -haps
a great deal srorw.
The New Tork Times sa;s :
The extreme liberality and falraeas with which .
Mr. Bliaa, ths Aetoay of tba Mannlactnrlng Jew
elern Association has eonductd everything re
lating to tht-ae entertainments, have mao them -more
popular than any thing of the Llnd ever giv
en in JNhw Toik, ani tb saie ol Tickets baa bet
very large. L be all o( Mr 1 1 a iromines, every
expectation huld cut in re'ation to these eaieTtain
ment-, bav b en more tha-j rettiizrd.
sTDepot for the aale o' Tickets an j Dlst ribaUeo
No. 134 Superior fctrfet,
(4 mb Bicai Horaa Boixniae.)
DON'T FORGET THS IS UMBER.
Tbe first Entertainment wi 1 be glee
tiuksdit, nr tttn.
0W Parties la the co .ntry wh) dsr Ttcketsv
can have 'l irke's and Presents sent by rn.il or ex
press, on rsce.pt of the money.
rmyl J. w BMAS, Actsary.
Grand Tccal ana IngtrmnenUl
Wednesday and Thumosj kTenlD's,
HJ 3d BBd llo,
The Lady Y lol inlet, a-slsted by the following eavsV
n nt A rtists :
Ma. ADEL1NA Moi iE, Prima Donna.
HERB IJIOORF LE BMN,
Frfmo Bsrltone, from the German Opera.
Fianlst and Masteal Director.
Admission, 50 cents; R served feats, 95 ceata
extra. Heeerved seats can be had at Bra'nard'e
Maic B'oTe and at he Ho- r arA W-
Ireneh Fsnry Btenm ftye Work ami
BelTldere Farm, la.t i leteland, and
9rt Seneca Btreet.
Omri lot Seneca rt., Cleveland, O.
I mean to make this the BioT UYE-HOC8B IH
THE VVE-sT, and ahail apaa. so effort to giv. sat
isfaction. I all tea especial attention of Bentlemea to ta.
IMPROVED FRENCH STYLE
Of Cleaning o Re-dTetng of ssada-ap fssraaBsa.
xciuAi MgnMscx coirin. -
riRS AND MAUI WRv,
'JATITAL, . . . . . f9Mt
Ho Bortp Dtvldenda. Preeta atvtdW tm CASH
among Stock and Policy Boldera.
Take Alarina HaerJn of all kinds, Ftr Rlskm, -Buildings,
Merehaadla, rnraiture, Veasess ta Pesrt
Bd th bettM esBSB a( klaks reo. rally.
DIB ROTO SS.
fat. Hart, . B. Pelton, AaaaaSta,
ft Obs-nberlln, L. D. Budaon, t: B. (ThamberHa.
W. T. Walker, C. A. Oar mer, O. M. Chtatt.
F.W.Prttoa, Wm. Weslhoasa. S
OrTTCTI Avtatt's axshansTa. w at B-ter
street. OKvvelaad, Ohio.
ssossss AOjasted asrj BronnUr paid.
. WSabT. Prmkwet.
L. D. Hrrasew. BaeTwrn,
tV 4WS. Marts Jaapsntov