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JUST EECKIVED-.AU Fins AnorW
meat of Un'M1 Gold Watches aod Chains,
im prices of (raid, at Cl'WLKS',
i. , mjit , ' " 1ST Wdri.ll Ut.
EANOY CA&51MEKES. The'
nock of Fancy OnMM mi offered la
ny. juet opened aad lur eele cbM, wholesale
Xet.n. J. M. LxlTr OO.,
yla ' 1 ' '' To-d 11 Puolio ctqnere.
TTAS TED. A respectable Uuiureu
V f and wir wmnt stfnation, as heed-waiter
n'eward' on some stfanilruet, or in ehutel ut or
ftii it7. t! references, jailor etturese No.
yfalen u, Ci.Tinnd. aiyUr2lo
tflQ A MOUTH! Aomtts Wasted
vl' wrrhm to tntro uea tha imp-oved
fnDi(lum Fakilt Sewnta Msi-binx,
osi.r low pric. 4ecoiue ui the country nhch h
o, rovtr end Hake. 1 heeler and Wil-ou,
Bvwr. Sinx-r and o.. eni B.tcheldrr. Atlothr
m.criio dow sold f ,r lee. than forty doll.', art"
aud ihe seller and nsr lisbleto
and iwptaonlne t. Salary and expn.-.. or
eetr.iaia,i:M, a Suwtvt. Jtiutr.td circii areasotlr
aAd In-sBAW a UM.K, Bid Hold. Alaine.mll-CS
A MONTH I I WANT AGENTS
tnrwharn at eii Month. riDfflw pa'd.
Fnto nCi, the b-it e H ne eer 4fl'rd.
J-ull particnUra Iim. Addnn UIl T. Aii".i,
ltiadty ortt, Maw. Bay 1
LOST A. YOUtfW fEWFOUNIV
LAND color Hark, wilha little whit
Ctlt-tt end t-e ; bud on at tl.et of SlflHH (t awav,
levtbrc Har itli brave plat'. W bufTrt wil
the id Lkc to Mr. J -X, corner of h .unman
ad Fjrva. ete., will be rewarded. Biy 11 .'AH
SALE-,317 BARRELS rEACrl
r Pr.tLtM. Also. a iKIM baaibfila do. J. TI
LKlf. Njs. Ziauid 213 a m t. m l 1
AGENTS WANTED TU CAN
or fas of Bnt'ree' splendid Fs'i-lvotth
ittittt Pottnn- of AUrtvliaiu Liucuin. Tb btflt
i fiw tttTfrwd l tt pobl c. Ad T-ufi B.
OKKEN, Kovia 4, Auinuili ti.lidtDg, UeTtUnd,
1NFOKM.ATIUN WANTED Of
McDonald, wbo lt?rt btr b as hood. Id I'etroit.
tbe letb day o' 'cfu-r Urt id cmn to CleTtland,
ou tibk. to h r C'U'iu, ho -ig mJ his i ante
ttni h. Axkj iufornjnti n ol her bfjlnot. or
bmiin, w II b Oi.bkfal j received W btr Iftiber.
AdlrfiiM CliUnd 1. U.
a. ra-aw M ICHAKL riTUd.
LIVEKY STABLE JB SALE
rih self my Livwty iumI S ardloit PteMein Fnwik
ba, l'a.t m itii tr u( t ' o yti r nd a itoAk ol
n b r , a d all rlmt ainta- I- to carry u a
LiTt-ry n1 Itoarriati Stb; in dinr a
tuiiaiHe iu Livrrr aud board. 'i, a"d b4 all tbf
ng o. tbe lewt bo n thr c ty ilirwD a Idottl
lull Th bor arfl 1I flo" are in k d cuudi
t ou. AdlrtM A. i'. WH 1 1 fc, IJx 4", frraukh i
O., nLHvliQ a., or rail at Um tabtoaiii lh rwro
bievb'a ilotel, t ranktiu. l a. myb-'Ati
IPARM FOB tALK. A VKBY
HlkAULK Farm, on IT six mtle frr m Ctfland.
conlimu 114 acie. cb'Hre taruiiug lio'lii, 311
titwvi.v ti.i.n.1: suod w li and iiiumue atreMii:
lairt. Btotifd.vll lie a cuod an new : barn,, statilce.
etc. Poiiei'en onyTra liiKnudiM ly. i or partkuU",
in-iiiire vt PlliLIP UaKMK'is, PanLa,i.KWI8
Ilf.NSISiiS. hrooklyn, M. UKIbEL or B.
IAj ATfekA&lniYKil, auperior t.t Clj,e and. ni)9-210
"fioaSALK IN THE BOilOUGH
-a aitedTillr-, a lare and neatly new brYk dwelling
liunae. ci-niplete iu its appointment. It I sicu.teu
Hcmu tbe tin resid not ol lii-o. H. IH lamaUir.
and will b? oo'd ou rf a"ablt terms, up n applica
tion to nil uuAl.li lAUssI, Uonnuuan
mcauvii.e. ra. myo
A GREAT BARGAIN. The under-
miunrA wiahe to ae 1 hia hteam Haw Mill,
au-i one iq 13 aud a tca-'th v.et of O.h rlia Mai
it baa g'K-U up-and-di'Wu s. aud a nuo i circnlar
art, all in rtiuijiiiK orOr. 1 will ar-ll Uie above v
cbt-ap. Fnr lu, tbt r rarticalirn, please write or
v wan t. tt u. Y Ul it,, UberilQ, tf. mail5
LAND FOK SALE. Fifty-three
mtaa'ed on Wtliw-n aveprte, tl. Clair, and
bi. xib.ou, Kuown m iDf BU-rnun Farm,
km.-a ij iu iot- t-auii purrlibM-ra. Jtotjuireoi K.
AT A B AKG Ai h . FOK b ALE.
fiabacnofr otk-ra t?raali- bia reeideoctt, nit
two-aud a half uuLct- from ttiexnrt iiouur, in a
deirUe locality, the Lot cover tea aud oi-e
atre o. exLvtlicviy cn;ioe land, aud contains
s.tondauci ol hhrnbberv; liaatiburry trvea
btrawtMrry plaU; iiia a Vine va good aaaort cent
a ifoud Orchr 1 tive trrj old. ouUBietint? ol ovwartla
m ueven.y Aa ne, rer, riumoauo vut-rry ira;
a aaoib r ol LjQincr trtn-a, all of winch arejmit
K.nniuK to Dear, lhe couae u Dnca. near J y
ctju ajaiiue nt'vu lolly room. The barn. Carriage.
nourw, Uiw abeda. aud other oat-boildt KB. are '
ffoud coiHiniuu. AiUftjther, it in a very deairable
nidfrv, and will b-j aold cheap icr vaab or
vrt-clit, as aartua d airo. Jtnyair -at Ih8 bt. Clair
Flt SALE THE LAKGfi DOUBLE
Hooae, 3&nnd Prospect street, anitab.e for
thiarduiiv- house. Temiaeaay. fcnjaire of CON
V . X.'.ltLh.. at tht-lbouoi Backna a Moble.
' ill nmi to auit at the old atand
Wtil-KIIO'D W Alxl An O l UAft Ut FJI -lfc. Ml oecn-
ntutfl ofevery kind, vis: Gold and &ilvtr Watchea,
jFiaoioiroa, nicer tt .Are. jewel ry, uuna, r is
Jiouuui, iry toms, fianua. JU-kleof.a. aud all
ona. piopert aud articloa ol value, on the nuwt
Iftiaviory tonba. iluaiueea strictly private. Kaiau.
ItsheJ InSl. 1S.B. A variety of Quredermed HatciH
tw. J -WHry, ouna, etc. .or eale at barKaina.
Cmce corner of VS ter and haaerior aueeta,
dvaviR a reixotto Ulothiiis PUire.
o t ? j c W. WONKR,
VM. E. PK18T0X.
(Soooeaaor to C. G. Bruce ft Preaton),
Arms aiid Aary fjialm
Oflice No. 1 L j loan's IS lock..
KaarCoaxt Hoube, on Public ttquaxa, CleTeland.O.
We collect Pension, Boai.ty, back Pay, Prii
Mod, and all other War CUima.
Special Agent re-id e lit at Waahinaton,
V. C, dvotta Lia eut-re tune to the collection
irrricaaa Aot-tn, prueoriUK OotUrtcatea of Won
lneOeottMlneas nod ohtiiic py.
ees low. No charge ontil wo hare aooom-
puaa.a wuat we undertake.
jreTTtn i.angoaAfe epoken. a pi 8
Altornt-r Ht iJtw, and
luUiorized War tlitici Agent
Orrixm MH fivFuiOE Olbtkuhh, O.
itooqrea r'eutiOQa. UoilfrU Boootira, Back Py
rna aiotey, ua rr-;otw Mar Ulainu
of every description.
WTMt AMOciat at Wahitik-toti bIvm tartfm.
Ur attention o the m tiemeut ti OK" JlL-,iiti'
" All peraoni hnvtug Olalma airaluat the Grv
arnmeatetioold aip)v to me at once.
AOonmnuioationa enctoaio; a tamp wfll rrceive
noli LAKE tiDPEKKJK.
Tbe new and etonnt btrmr LiZ' -1
iK'ih8Iu, (ptain J. K Tot- at
Br, wll' le our l.vk for Ootnftii; n ntd atl
porta, oa WEOMbaf aY, May 17ib,
o cioni I. A, Hnm t-uperior cci mniolat.o a
p")M-(cer, and arraniCtMi'nti and capacity
until no. quaiiea bi aur boat on vae roate.
aTwx fietftlit or pa-aag apply to
MALdNh, CKTIIT ft CO.,
myl3-i!ll 121 aud VOt Biter atiet.
CLEVELAND, W. H W i lia, JU.a.Vr,
Will Imivood satur. aj, May uta, at io A- M.
JTor f reiirht or p.aaw apulr to
PJiLJ'uH, FRENCH k CO.
H. R. M''foLK. Pa!ncer Aent. di12
J- H. JOHNHON, HAVING K.
mXJ aoved bin office to No. 143 Out-.no ptreet. over
wwau a amru ware iwre, woaia De pltaeoa to pe
' uu psiiou ana m aaany new oni ai may
pl to c L Particular ntteutlun Dkit. tn !
enne-of Wooien aud cbildren, Kbtjaojanam, Scra
tha, nod iudeed to all km i la to wbich bumautty
la utdr. (Jouao tAiion free. Uffloa b jnrs from
i a. at aoa rrom i to a ana 7 to 1 r M. mul Vti
lats arnwAKT a Tnvna
a." iii . -
WIU n.tfnd to onstneaa In tha tinprema OouL
tkr.nrt, Co art of lata a. tba Olroult nd Dtoutel
vrvi, oeioratnaaaverM uepartnenta, tba
UmO PSI0. PATENT D fNDUl BUREAU?
7S. B. V AHa A. , UBDbn, . A.
THE OLD EAGLE FOUNDRY
Uorarar a rout and ajMlw 81a,
Is asala ODen. and tba in barn-low keen Imt. a.
Inform Its old friends and patrons, and Aha pablls
generally, that he is bow rUcy Wbnild
v Li. kin Da or ihoiiis,
! - Portable or Stationary.
Ha Is also ready to do all kinds of BEPAIBIUS
Da abort notiosand In A work ma .like manner.
Paranoial- attention paid to PBOPBLLBB
WOUK cmr Eacllitlio tor manufacturing Mlliie.
OK AkIHO are aa good as the beat. '1 he Patterns
an beea eocuMiu.au ng for apwards of twenty.
re years, and are of tbe best qnelity. All order.
from a distance promptly dttendnd to.
Adfriw. i. IllOU, Manager,
lanM-RS Hex Bn n.ld fthto.
FLOUR AND FEED.
TnLOTJBI FLOTJBI FLOUR I AT K.TU
.s llUCtB 1-Ku:i8 5,100 bbl. fresh rmeod
yiour, all grades; aoae very choice brand, of tied
aud White Wheat, auitable for lamily or baker's
use, tor Bars at Warehouse, 1V7 Me: win at. Gro-
uirjrmra, fcakere aud oliivrs In want will consult
ar eir oaa In teres la by examining; our stork,
apltj QAKDMtK. Bll HT a OO.
I'LOUBI RYE FLOUK1 for
lei i lota to anlt, ai Wareuotaae of
atrNvn (-nit a nr.
rrO PUKCHASEH3 OF OKGANS,
a ne'raeors, or Harmon una a very one hav
ing any thootvlit of pnroniug an ihatininedt of tfcli
cl ts now or at any tutors tm eb.nidaend lor one
oi Mason uainttn a Cabinet Organ Cirealar9.
which will be aeot to any aodreaa eu'lrt-ly free of
sxt nee i uu circular coutaiua inocn information
wuica will be oa-Iui to every pnrchaaer faoch an
fitft.U'aeut. such ai articiba on How to ld.o of
a naMeal lattfument, Hltory ef the Organ,'
'Jltatory ot eed loauumeaia," c , fto.
AdJreej M ASCN BtO'jhKRS,
5 Broadwav. New York.
Or VA30N ft HAMLIN, X74 WaAQiiigton aireet.
CONDUCTORS AXD LADDERS.
AH orders fo- the abeve articles manufactured by
w". am, Demt'ier oe aoureasa to 1. u. luvsu,
uiiniuer fearer, immni sr., treeprana.
aj'2MtU tt AAArlALD, f BKSUOfT A 00.
1 ' I ' ' ' -' ' ' '
BATCRftAT. MAT 1,' 15.
. , Fire and Marine.
TEE CLEVELAND INSURANCE
Of Cleyeland, Ohio.
' Capital, - $500,000.
Thli OiBiaV I, bow fn'W oranlaed, and pra
pared to writ. Fui and Caboo Uuba.
H. B. PATWB, ' T. P. HANDY,
CHARLM W. OOI, D. B. SKXTOH,
BKHBT F. CUAKK, LKVBHIETT ALCOTT,
B. . ll'MIIXAJf.
H. B. PTN, PnMit
8 D McMIL'jAN, Vtce Preildent.
It. 8. O ', Bticralary.
Office, Brxton'i Block, cor. Superior
and Herirla mrt-eta,
aift-4 l"v !,!.
A. H. P.
AtUntio ft Great waatvrn P 3i 8;4i
A. ft . Mahoning Hranok- 7:16 4:15
lAke Shore, Cleveland ft Im. U:6U 8 xft i:Q0
Coaneaat A Arte A ocom mod alio n..
Pltubnnhft heeling a:0O
Olereland ft Pitlelirn, Aoooni-.
rnlnmeo. . , , 8:H
AtluUo ft Sreat Weern
A. AG. W., Hakoolng Branca
Le tihore, Olereland ft Elie....M
Oonpeant ft arte AoooaimodAtkmM
Ptttaunrgh ft Woeellu ,
I II .a
aW Of tiaena wiabtug eonveyanea to either of tha
above TraJna or Boat, will be called for by Coach
of Stevens' Omolboa Line, by Jeav.nn their adlrcaa
at the Omnlbna OOioe, 14T a parlor aWeat, aaxt
Oonv nn wnfa-i Mrmy-
SECOND NATIONAL BANK.
Bt8lgoted Depository for all Fabllc
Antboriaed SnbacrlptfoB Agent for tba
This being the only Popular Loan now before tba
rpie, tne Bank wii De p on bad a hill aaart-
ajient m aiaua, and nu ail ordera prvmptly and with-
out e lay.
Klw Fer aJent. laral Tender Holes,
With Accrued Intereat to date, rrcelvel In pay
ment for Bnbecr.pt. una. and will rede- m at par the
Ounpona on the beven Thirties presented at the
W ill alao pnTcbaae Cnlted 6tatea Touchers, Oer.
Ufloatea of Jjidebtedooaa, and all ttOTernmrnt Se-
Dnioiim DiPoaTToaT 4 up Fin&fjcial Aobht or
TUB UalTKD BT4TKM.
Agent for the Sale cf
I. 8. 1 3-10 NOTES.
Fiye per cent. Legal Tender Nolo, reeeired in
pATment or same with accrued lntorett.
All descriptions of
G 0 VERXMEXT SECURITIES
Bought and fold at beet ratra ap!8.K4
Academy of Music Mr. Le'ghton ft Yaok.Lockejr
W P. rogg Refrigfratora.
M. Halle ft Co. Rnameled Collnra.
1M alone, Point ft C J Tor Lake 8u erior.
Oramb, Batlington ft Kendall Silk Hoalery.
O. ft P. B. B. Time Table.
H. T; Jewelera Aatoclatton Last Convert.
Jacjb Frank Local Notice.
Elegant liibbons in all choice colors.
opening at Mrs. Shaw's Rooms. m8
Ten Compositors wanted.
Apply at tbe
Iikadsi Job Room.
LTaiTRD Status Cadet. The case of Gates
ts. The Home Insurance Company occu
pied tie court yesterday, M. R. Keith, Esq ,
and Jndge Andrews appearing for plaintiff,
and iierrick and Barlow for defendant.
Flaggiss. The old rickety pavement at
lhe Head of K rer street, alunir side of
Isaac's clothing eettbltghment, has been
taken up, and preparations are making to
lay down a substantial stone sidewalk a
thing much needed there.
Kat Krmrsdt. The novel of the above
title, written by the author of "Wondrous
Strange." is for sale by Ingham & Braire.
It is published by the Harper Brothers in
an edition uniform with their cheaper
order of fictitious literature, and is a very
OBtTUAav. Mrs. Msrgsret Johnson, wife
of Mr. G. W. Johnson, local editor of the
Cleveland Plain Scaler, died in this city
yesterday, after a protracted and painful
illness. Her former place of residence 1
Hamilton, C. W., where her remains have
been taken for interment.
Fiksosal. Gen. Buford and wife are at
present slopping at the Water Cure in this
city, for the benefit of the General's health,
which became impaired by inhaling the
malsria in the region of Helena, of which
post he has been commander for the past
year or two.
Bixd at Wakbam. Mr. (Samuel Hutchins,
fatberof Hon. John Hutchios, of Warren,
died recently at that place, at the advanced
age 01 oiguiy-seven yoars and seven
months. He was one of a party of seven
young men who, in 179S, walked fro n Con-
uin.ibut w tuc nwwrs Aoeerve. ne Has
been a man of character and mark in his
Cardidatcs toe tbb Loti-bp. Two men
went riding down Superior street lasieven-
'DR t sunset, in a very patriotic manner,
singing with great gusto several Union
songs. They manege I to keep thoir nse
ana Duggy out ol other vehicles notwith
standing they took a hazardous serpentine
course down the street. Thrv attracted
much attention, and bid fair to have the
.i: c i .
Phce for spectators.
Does: Erpairh. The dock irst below
Swain's old sail loft, which has long been in
a very dilapidated state, has bren repaired
in the moit thorough and substantial man
ner. The doci at that point has been re
fitted in connection with fie removal of an
old monso-ncst warehouse in its renr, and
the laving out of an extenirvo coal yard in
thearoa formerly occupiod aa a wood yard
by sit. KsusoTn.
Thr Frost. There was a heavy white
frost in this city yesterday rnorning;. Ouite
a stiff film of ice waa formed, but fruit men
say that littler or so damage wna dono to
peachoa or grapes. Theday preceding had
been cool and dry, whereas if tbe weather
bad been damp, the fruit must hare inev
It continued extremely cool all day yes
terday, andit may ba found this morning
that we had the severer visitation of frost
last night. . s -
Policb Cocbt. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday morning :
Intoxication Mrs. Cameron fined $1 and
costs, and sent to the Work House 30 days ;
David ttoyle, 13 and costs.
Disturbance Edward McCasker, Phillip
Furstand Barah 8t. Clair, each fined $5
aud costs, and sent to the House of Correc
tion 30 days ; William Ricnards,discharged ;
Mary McMiler, ease held open till the 15th.
Carrying Concealed Weapons Joseph
Wade, 10 and costs. . , ,
Assault and Battery Mary Crosby, fined
costs. , .
To amd rnoM Lais Sotibiob. FiBST Ab
bivaia op teb EnsoB.-rThe .fine stesmar
Lac La Belle,' Capuin John Bpanlding,
which left this port April 27th, tbe first
Lake Superior boat of the season, arrived
here on her return trip Thursday night.
Her upward voyage was not marked by
any incidents of special interest, but it
demonstrated that there is no cause for
fear of ice in tha upper lakes. She met no
ice at all nntil she reached Whitefish Point,
and not enough there, nor above, to im
pede ber progress or give her any particu
lar annoyance. The fall of water or the
presence of bars at Ontonagon and Eagle
River prevented tbe Belle from entering
those port, there being but seven and a
half feet of water at the former place and
eight it the latter. Eagle Harbor, how
ever, was made, there being nine feet of
water at that port. As Captain Bpaulding
was not able to make these ports he was
obliged to use hemlock for fuel, his supply
of coal having become exhausted.
The Lsc La Belle met tbe steamer Mine
ral Ruck between Eagle River and Ontona
gon, and the Meteor at Portage Lake. She
brought down a heavy load of freight and
passengers for Detroit and this city, her
freight consisting in part of fifty tuns of
copper, left at Detroit.
. This beautiful steamer left yesterday
morning on her second trip to Lake 6a
Soon after the arrival of the Lac La Belle,
the steamer May Queen, Captain Miller,
came in. The following memorandaof the
trip were kindly furnished by the clerk,
Mr. C. E. Slack : The steamer May Queen
left Cleveland Friday, April 28th, and De
troit the 30th, with one hundred and fifty
seven passengers and a lot of miscellaneous
freight. We had a pleasant run to the
Sault. When off Whitefish Point we en
countered a large field of ice, which detain
ed us some forty-eight hours. We landed
passengers and freight at all intermediate
ports between tbe Sault and Ontonogan,
where we arrived on the morningof the 7th.
In consequence of a strong current in the
river and a scarcity of water on the bar, we
were obliged to land our passengers and
take ninety on board in small boats.
We left the Dubuque at Ontonagon, bound
np, and the Mineral Rock discharging. Met
the Meteor at Houghton and tbe Ironsides
at Marquette, both bound np, and the Con
cord bound down. Passed the Planet off
When off Whitefish Point ws again en
countered a large quantity of ice, but tbe
aoa of the previous evening had broken it
up considerably, consequently it did not
detain us so long as on our upward trip
When a few miles below the Sault we met
the Traveller in tow of the tug Eclipse,
she having broken a crank.
We loft Dolour on the evening of the 9tbf
and after a run of twenty-eight hours ar
rived in Detroit wilh two hundred and
twenty-seven passengers and a full cargo
of miscellaneous freight, and reached Cleve
land on the 11th inst.
The May Queen was announced to leave
for tbe upper lakes last evening.
BrriLDtKO Lots bsab Franklin, Pa We
have already noticed the fact that Dr. G,
W. Stewart, of this city, and Mr. Charles
E. Wiswall. of New York, have bought
seventy-five acres of land fronting Franklin
Pa., at an expense of nearly a hundred
thousand dollars, which they have laid out
in building lots. This area consists of
Table land overlooking the town ef Frank
lin and commanding a view of scenery the
grandeur and beauty of which cannot be
surpassed anywhere in the country. The
lots are laid out sixty feet front by one
hundred and fifty feet deep, with an alley,
making them large and convenient for gar
dens and out-buildinis. Four acres have
been reserved for a magnificent hotel and
grounds, wbich are to be built and laid out
by the 1st of September. The drawings of
this hotel are now in the hands of Messrs.
Porter fc Roesling, architects of this city.
The hotel will have two fronts of 140 feet
each, and be situa'ed on an elevation op
posite the depot a few rods distant, in the
corner of the junction of the Meadville
pike and the Dempseytown and Oil City
road. It will have 200 rooms, and tbe
building is so arranged that another hun
dred can be added at any time.
On the first floor there will be a spacious
oflice communicating with corridors run
ning throughout the building, a rotunda
roadiDg-rooni, forty feet in diameter,
dining hall twenty-four by eighty feet, re
ception rooms and lad ies parlors, extensive
kitchen apartment, bath rooms. As., Ac,
appendages. The building will be fonr
stories high including basement, and built
of wood and stone, probably of the Italian
style of architecture, with a French roof.
The grounds will be laid out tastefully,
with arbors, walks, fountains, Ac. Back of
this hotel, which is itself situated on a tor-
rscn, the ground rises gradually to the
table land whereon the lots aforesaid have
been located. Those desiring the most
beautiful sites for residences in tbe country,
would do well to visit the above locality, or
apply to Dr. Sttwart or C. E. Wiswall,
Lamberton Hotel, Franklin, Venango
The Corcrrt The second concert of the
series projected and given under the auspi
ces of the cw York Jewelers' Association,
was largely attended last night at Brain-
ard's Hall. Mies Georgia Dean Bpaulding,
the barpest, deepened the favorable im
pression she made on the first occasion, by
performing several brilliant pieces on the
instrument of which she is mistress. Mrs.
Eneas, in particular, won rapturous ap
plause by Ber Harmony and rare power and
swoetness of voice.
Tbe third and last concert of the series
will be given this evening, with an entire
change of programme. There are more
presents at So. 131 Superior street, to be
given away to the purchasers of tickets,
and we advise those whose months have
watered at sight of those brilliant gift-arti
cles to buy tickets immediately, as this is
the very last opportunity offered them to
kill two birds with one stone.
AbBEBT OP A PBOBABI.B CoDXTIl FIITIA A
suspicious looking man went into the Com
mercial House barber-shop last night to get
shaved, and offered in pay a five dollar
greenback which looked dubious. The bar
ber took it to a mercha t and found it waa
counterfeit. A boy was sent down to tha
Police Station to summon a policeman, and
the officer laid hands on the gent at once.
While walking down to the Station the man
tried to throw away his filthy lucre filthy
a double sense but was told that act
was not at all necessary. A search revealed
fact that he had oonsiderableof this vile
trash on his person, and the many con
flicting stories he told did not help one whit
removing tbe "prejudice" from the
mind ef the policeman, that his prize is a
counterfeiter, or, at least, a passer of sham
Thb Rrpaibiso cr tbb Fobrst Citt Horea
the last month the Forest City
House has been undergoing repairs that
have greatly improved its appearance.
entire building within has seen re-
papered and repainted and a new Ladies
Reception Room added. Under its present
management, with the geutlo-uanlv and
attentive Charles Russell as chief clerk, it
obtained an exceedingly liberal and
respectab'e patronage. It is justly taking
as one of tbe first hotels of this city.
" The Tobacco Lsav." Such is the title
a fragrant weekly journal, the organ of
tobacco trade of the United States,
wbich we have just received. It is cot np
good style, and contains a large amount
information interesting to tha growers,
venders and consumers of tobacco. - It is
published by C. Pfirahing, 142 Fulton sU
York, for one dollar per year.
, Tas KiHismoR or tbb Thrta li Alpba i
Sooirrr. One of those delightful entertain
ments which bring back to grown up people
the memory of their early triumphs at
school, and prompt the young to excel In
literary achievements, was given last night
to a large and appreciative sndieHce, in the
Gymnasium of the Cleveland Institute. It
is but justice to all the performers to say,
that the sulience waa highly delighted
throughout with all the exercises, repeated
encore greeting the young gentlemen and
ladies. The instrumental music was excel
lent, the orchestra being composed of a
half-doson soldier from tbe Hospital as
sisted by Miss Clara Taylor at the piano.
The young lady's playing was highly com
plimentary to her teacher. Miss Bradford,
who has for several years been connected
with the Cleveland Institute.
The following was the
for the evening:
t. Opniua- Chorus- - Tin t.
2. Dec , Iud''pendi'OCe Pell". A. B. Cu Inm
3. Fe clnR.-Messra. S.E.Beeryft W.fl Hsrrincn.n
4. Tiio, "Onward now Gaiij". Miauls Taylfcr,
Lek and Prentos.
S Rec . ' The President Peed
S. Su k t Exwciea. . .Messrs.
H A. Beeiy.
T. Dec . "Tee Poet's Miseries".
'-.Mies Anna fady
A. . At gier ai d
" I "n'ts
tDl ogue, ''The Courtship f Miles blanduh
Ml'es Blandish A.
. E And r.
MeM neer. .
. K. Ju iao.
- A,ery G I up.
Prtci.le- Mis Minnie Woodward.
Indians Pur tins, Ac.
Mm 111, Rrom of Mi eeStandith The Fiiesds
Ml ts itenditb avows bis 'ova for Prisciila.
A em tout, Botimof Pii.ciiia -John Aden oa his
ijw 3rii, om ef Wilis rUnndUh John Aldcn
reports his succrss Anger of Miles etand si
ctcrae 4(A, tonncil chamber Ibe Indi.n The
cliaiiei ce and answer.
eceaeMA, Pantom'me representing the light be
tweea Mil" etandish and tbe Indians,
eerae 6(A, room of iriscii.a-'lhe betrothal
"Miles Maueisu is d-ad
Sm 71, The Wedding; 'udden re-eiipearanee
ol allies otanuisn, wno Sim nv
10. Muic Orchestra
11. eolo. ' t-'h I as Fair ai Poeta I ramiuR"-.M iss
IS D.C., "Tha Bleeping; FeMnel"...A E. Anpier
13. Pantomime, "Tbe Capture and Re.cue of Joon
John Fmith W. A. Price.
Poahetten. r. A. Peery.
PoceQoules.M..Mita Minnie Woodward.
Colonists, lcdtaus, 4 c.
In reviewing the exercises of the even
ing it would cot be possible to particular
ise wi'h much detail. "Independence Bell,'
and The Poet's MLserus were rendered in a
highly appreciative manner, especially the
latter. The Fencing and Musket Ercrcisc
elicited great applause. The Institute in
deed may bs congratulated on having such
an invaluable assistant as Mr. A. E. Angier.
The evidence of his skill and cn'ture were
evident throughout the exercise. The
Courtship of Mile Standish was rendered in
good styha John Alden wooing and win
ning the charming Priscilla, and Miles
Standish, the grim Puritan warrior, were
each warmly applauded. Tbe pantomioe
in the 5th scene was encored so enthusastic
ally that the painted savages and their
pretty Indian girls were obliged to repeat
it. The concluding piece, the Capture and
Rescue of John Smith, was as floe panto
mine as we have ever seen. Hiawatha, a
pantomioe presented by the Phi Alpha
Society a few weeks since, was repeated by
It is due to the Cleveland Institute, to its
Principal and bis co workers, to say that
the exercises of the 7 hcta Pi Alpha were all
prepared, without the omission of a single
exercise or recitation. In conclusion, wo
may add that the Institute waa never more
prosperous and useful than at present.
Clrvblakb abo Fittsbueo Railboao. The
train on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rail
road, WAich has hitherto left this city at
3:15 p. v., will, on Monday and thencefor
ward until further notice, leave at 3:40 r.
Thb Nbw York ard Ebib Rablwat On
and after Monday, May 15th, the Cincin
nati Express leaving Cleveland at 3:2S
h., will make a direct connection at Dun
kirk with the Erie Railway Cincinnati Ex
press. By this change passengers can ob
lain an early supper and secure berths in
the sleeping coaches.
Acadrbt or Music The moral drama,
" Ten Nights in a Bar-room," was pro
duced again last night for the fourth or
fifth time, on the occasion of the joint bene
fit of the star actors, Mrs. Leighton and
Yankee Locke. Tbe fame of the perform
ance as well aa the celebrity of the actors
drew an immense house, and the drama
was given with all the freshness and life
of a first and critical presentation. In point
of simplicity of style, without actr, not
even the slightest, admixture of affecta
tion or caricature, in point of pore natural
ness, nothing in the whole range of come
dy could surpass the representations of
these superior actors. Their homespun
manners and provincial waya, their hones
ty and truth, commended them from first
to last to the fullest sympathy and secured
them the perfect good-will of the audi
The performance concluded with the
presentation, for tbe first time in this city,
of the farce written expressly for these sc
tors, entitled, "Petroleum; or, Dad's Struck
lie. Since its announcement this farce
has piqued the curiosity of our theatre-
going public, but their expectations that
something exceedingly rich would surely
come to paas, were doomed lo disappoint
ment, for the farce itself amounts to noth
ing, or even less than nothing.
"A i.l, Ari'irr Ptroldm abdMibiro." We
have received the above weekly journal, for
May 9, and are happy to see that it has
been greatly enlarged, and that its scope
has been so extended as to embrace tbe
mining interests of tbe United States. The
number of its pages has been doubled, and
it will hereafter furnish its readers not only
information concerning petroleum, but
supply graphic geological descriptions of
the territory necessary for petroleum, coal,
gold, iron and other mining. To this end
its conductors have secured the invaluable
assistance of Prof. L. Harper, as a regular
contributor and correspondent. The Pro
fessor is a correspondent of the Imperial
Museum for Natural Science of France, and
waa for many years Professor of Geology at
the University of Mississippi, and State
Geologist of that State.
This journal will be the most valuable
publication on these mining subjects in the
conntry. It is published by C. Pursuing,
142, Fulton Btreet, New York.
Btsrrt Grading mo Pavers The finish
ing strokes are being put to the work
of grading Michigan street. South Ontario
street has been graded from Huron street
to theMarkot house. Tbe streets surround-
intr said house are all to be grad
ed and macadamized. The work
will probably be finished in a week
or two. The City Council have undertaken
a general repairing of the atreets of the
city, and it will soon have a much finer
appearance than at present.
JrjAMrrtl.Al At tow. tibln. .. nth.
Geo. P. Chamberlain, former y of the 16 a Con
asctient Volunteers, ased 21 years.
Fnperal services will be held at the residence of
his brother, I. B. Cnamb rials, 277 Kinsman st.,
oa Bonds?, the Mtb inst., at 8 o'clock P. H. Bis
friends and tho:a of tha family are respectfolly in-
HoUe By ma to agreement Vr. h, Faloe
BiiB this day withdraws from the Baa kit. g Firm of
Tanner ft I aimer. The b mioses will be ooa tinned
br the remaining pan a en, who assume all Iiabtli
tlrsof the firm. X, J. KARMFF.
j. v. painter,
J AM 18 r a tint Kg,
OJevelud, Va 11th, 1806. mjla ill
ME 11 CHAN T S'
ur Cleveland. .
Veri coated Depository for all Publlo Monies,
and fiuancial Agent of the Lolled c teles.
Authorized Subscription Agent
Thlf Bank having been appointed a topoetto
and JHnamiAl Aitent of tbe IfoveramwDt, will
promptly fill all orrieia 'or the Fopaitr 7-Ho Loan,
now being rapidly taken. The decline in Jid
must Connote to irnder thi Loan a lr,.ret. Id
vea meat T h- a-ual cobjiti a-iuu al.owed tobanka
and Bankers who buy to itt.ll again.
T Per cont. Tgal Tender 3o.es,
With acomed intereat ivM-d, rec tvH in payment
for an acrtpiions. Utnr--d 7-.u Coupon pii oo
pi-eaentauou. . United dtat e Von. hr- purLhM-d,
and matnriug t eri,bcatf uf 'udebWduees col
apoiiiH w. L CT T I KH, Cannier.
Important J lCOt FRANK, Manufacturer
and Importer efBoop r-hi'ta and Cort-, ISo. 128
Ulterior atr et, nod -r lhe A merit an. la celling the
attention i f tbe Ladies sf tbixity and .iclnlty, to
bii large aad welleeeoi ted at- of I .ante)' G od,
which he f -IT ring at orjproeuted'y low pru-ea.
TtaOM who hve la ely pur hvei a this ea.itblinh-m-nt,
assert that 36 to 6 pre-nt can be anvtd by
aedoing. Luplex, Kl iptic and Patent Iftvir-iUe
Skirt always on hand wbulwie drale will
find it to their sdvantige to ia'l be'rt. living
orders eleewh rt my 13
Herond Hard Keller .. ty will hold a
meutlng In tte p-rlor uf tbe St ui CLurch, to mor
row (Friday) a fieri oon at S o'clock. myli
lyNpfmit, NervuiiNurtw ami Utplrillty.
DR. tiTKICK LAND'S ION 10. We can recom
mend those offering with Loaa of AppU e, loci
g-etiou, or Pyop-pa a, Merrouaneas trad Nervous
Debility, to n e I r. Strickland Totic. It U a
vegetable preparation, free fmm alcoholic li.ioom;
It atreagtheaa tbe wools nenuua aytiteio; it cre
ates a good appetite, anl i wananted to Cure Dye
peseta and Nervom Debility.
For tale fay Dru.ginta generally, at SI per bottle.
Prepared by Dr. A. dtiichjaud b Kat Fourth st.,
' BKNTUN ft DCNO M, Amenta, Cluvtland m6Bt
Bemofal On lhe first tt June the Genu
Furaiabiog Fm purloin, 1d6 Bank atret. will be
removed to 11 boperior stie-t, nt-dr the Weddell
Bouse, (tbe store now occupied by N. E Ciitt n
deo,) therefore extra inducementa will b'fofierrd
for tbe neit thirty dya to ah the old patrons, and
aa many nw onee aa may favor ua w.ta a call, to
elect from the fluent aMOttment ot Furnivhing
Goods wept of New York city,
mj 10:21.. Mt'TT ft UAIGHT,
RwH'nnd Ward Iftrntt. Contribntora ta 'St
ond Ward Aswciatkn, a-e here by not'tid that
dlvideud of 14 pr cent, haa been duclared, fevtn
rurplus remalnina aft-r ling tlm tnLireqa t,
and tht tbe antne can be ob'.al'l from J. V. fai ra
ter, Trenauter. No. US tuprrioratrc't, beiwfn the
hournofliA II. and 4 P M. Alcuih-ra will pkaae
prcaent their cettifivatt-a.
By orJer fiuan Coraoiittoi.
P. KOSK, rrtnidoi.t.
S. fi. Babrib, Btcretarv. ui3:'ilU
ITCU. WUKAKLVb lTtii.
BATCH. OINTMKiST. SCKATCH
Will cure the Itch in 4t botira also curw H
Bhenm, Ulcere, Chilblains, and all KruptioLt of
the bklii. Price 60 ctnte. by eendiiiK wcats to
Weeks end I'otUr, ITU Wtwhibgtou at., Boston, will
be forwarded f.ee by niail. For sale by all Drag-
glata. Hraoae A Aa-Toa, Cieveiand, AenM
for Northern Ohio. n.hU F dw
Noliw. 1. la aad m it woider al cant ot
8yphUit or eo cal'ol prlite difteane, in all Its
atague, are being efecUd by Dr. LeUttit, at No.
l.t'l Jeff.rhon aveuu. iH-troit, Ml h. me new
plan or truatmeut has bettu adop t-d, l y wuhIi he is
enabled to lully fne the syiti m of thin d aihly
Jectlou. Old, lingering caws, from ail pa tt ul the
Cooiitry, are apply-Dfr to bitu. Pwet ellke a-ldrp-s,
Drawer 0115, Dttroit, Mir-h. mjO.iO
A Till K tsTOKT.
DEO CATK0 TO TBS ICK.
There dvelt in tbeswaoiH a pale, b Ilous mecbruiir:
His mosclfs were Btrengthleas, his bljcd it wan
And tbe wife of his boHm Iwl evl, to hr panic.
The husband abe worshipped wai ho)plply III.
Seeking dily 'or help, io her wifely devot'on,
All vainly she tried p'll and powder and potion
Till at last, when a pr-jy to jtriefa wi dtut emotion
Of HOSTRrrSii'd BITTKUS abe heard from a
She parcbasel the cordial, half hoping, ba f fearin
A prayer on ber lip and a tear In ber eye ;
And taking his hand, with words kindly and choer
ing, Beaought him the tori? for her fake to try.
At he diank. a new life throng'i his sjat m seemed
Each followiog draught did its mia-don of beallog,
Cntll, strong In health, and niMt graffai la feel
He told tha "true story" hsre twined Into song.
It Is alao proper to ataU (bat the Bittern are a ld
exclusively in glaa and nver under any circnm
Stanceaby the gallon or Uie barrel. Impisteisaud
Imi atora are broad, and th only a.,gnard the
pubUo have against thtm la to see that t'je Bitters
they fuy have the engraved label and note cftiabd
Of Met srs. Hoatt tter ft t mith. and tur pi opt 1 itary
stamp ever the cork of the bottle. roy8-2fd..w
'aiver till now.
When men ware foud, I amil'd jn I wor derfd how"
People were red of that lift -!"6tro) ing rieae.
Catarrh, but upon inquiry at the Druiigitua, I find
that this heppintee ta proJnre hy the an of Dr. D.
H. ttoelje'e Liju'd Catarrh Rmdy. Try it.mH:BJ
Vse PortrH - lire f fntn,
Uhe forUri ' ure ol ThIu.
I'ae Portr'e O.-re of Pain.
I'se Port ra Cure f Pm.
IJe Porter's 'nr of Pain.
my- Vae Purte.'a ''re uf lam. .Udiw
E. it. liALS, i.::aXrr,
. 8. bOVIKtMKT Linn aIiSaIT,
III Merlr Ht.
Huscrl ptlous received to tbe
"7 3-10 pkb Cnt. ard 10-40" .National
Cow mtanton allowed a baJMertbera.l
StC. d. Bosda of 18M. 6 -'a, lu-4i-Treasury
Notes, and all oliior Uovemnir-nt i-aruritleti pur
obaseil aud lor aate on tbe moni ta orabi Wrm.
Gold, Silver, Coupayits and Otuada monv bonitnt
and aold at beat ratea, Jjeoait rec-ied and t 'ol-
Irotlons made at all aoow-'b e p'tlL.ta. Uncorrent
funds oon verted at lowest ratea. Itevenoe blamLai
or sale. ort
Oil rrtrtory lbr Nnlt. The eubacriber of
fers to sell his factory on Casl and Ohio streets,
with the land and bulldinga, being pleaaantly act
uated, ootnoact and conveniently arrau-d. Ca
pacity about fifty barrel a per day. lmmrliate poa-
aaion given li rtqnirel. n. I'ka I W .
Oleveiaud, Fb. 14, I leblS:rduf.
0. A. bbad. . a.w. wooDwoarn. h. ssad.
C. A. HEAD & CO.,
S3 BUPKBIOB ST. 0 EVK1.AND, OHIO,
liOdli, 81LVKK, UOUrOKS, lit i!t,
CtHKdk 11) tJMCUIalT mm.
Hat and sell all drscrlptiou or
-10 Notes oonvetd into Sixes o lfsl.
Bubeciipttous received for 1-st i aou iV4i Bonds.
We pay hightwt premium fur all pre.niinn fni.da.
Uncnrrent aieeey taken at Ivwnat rate of dincuaut.
SFWeaIso buy and sll on Cominliioi. atl kind
SfHtookaand Botida at the N T.Bto k fxrhauatr.
All orv-ra by mall or exprejw proupiiy fiiltd
Rvnn HtampM for mi1 J
PATE NT OFFICE AGENCY.
MTJJU BTATKd K&M i'OKKIOJN
PA TENT OFFICE A GENCT,
Slav, 136 Bnailt hlrwt, t'l-vt-lud, ttlifo.
Wi are prepared to tr.n-act bsiinw of
tk04lptton relating to Inventions, tTHwicgn, Ca
veats, BptJoineauoM, ratenis, ln(nnget.eiita, and
tbe PatentLawa BOBKIDGK ft CO..
at tror4w1 ttrirsit,e for ".ils
60,000 JUST KKCEIVEIJ,
AT afOTT A BaIOBTb. las Ka.it St..
1 , ':!! vii tir.
PAl'ER COLLARS I ' PAPEK COL
LARS I Oray's Fatent Moulded roliare the
best thing In use. Also, Priuted Paper Collars
style, , . J U. DsWIl-rAOO..
Tend II PrMIr H"are.
Jarre reeefewt t
O 'LM A llO..
UST RSCKIVJSD. THJt FINEST
ses nrrtAAt of felt Hackles ever In this city, at
DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
UORWING LCADCB OFFT01, '
FaiOAf Bvaais, Hay 12. 1866.)
Gold opened stroi g io Hew Tork this omlrg",
aud under the laflsBce of tbe re-ectlonary feel tog
lusu-nrsted j eaturday, alvaneed at the morning
Beard, touching the xtreme at 133 Theie sema
to have been, however, no essential -trergih In tbe
movement for a ri-e. and In thatVrnoos the mar
ket gave way, rec ding io 1.. There is avi.
dent y a atroog feeliog la financial circles that Vow
rr figures most be retched on g Id, and holders of
ra-.li go d partake imrgely of this vLw and are die
poed to sell freely be 'ore the turn of txchange,
atmcst certain to tean It fria the produce exports
th.t will soon begin on an enle'ge-1 scale, and lbs
increased demand for Government securities from
tur-pe, thall compel them to accept still lower
prices Andihereie certtloly tanch good reason
lor his faith in a lower gold prrmtum, baied upon
tha pro hebi't ties we have named. The steamer
tat isi'a for Europe tomorrow will convey to the
ears of foreign eaiftath)t, in the lnteHrgnce that
the gr.at popular loan la beiag taken at the rate
ot flftten millions a day, the most powerful asd sal
utary aruument that ecu id ha made in behalf of
the go d securities of th Government because the
hghet poielbe aaenrauce of the nnlhsilUd confi
dence of our pt-oile in tbe credit t f the Government.
Tbe t-ffeot of ttits news will nadov,htedy tve a
strotrg imp tos to American bonds in every jor
tiou of kurope, and open a ready market for the
large atniun-e -eekiog invr store thtre a' ready, in
audition to which Uig ahipmtnta, ala'ed at f om
twenty hve to fittj millions, have been receatly
mJe in antici at ion of tbe demand. hifieota
on exchange run this aou-ce alone. whn we con
aider tbe pradance bdug observed In Import, and
which is likely to be observed Ut some Uo to
come becanae of ihe unc itainty as to values,
wou'd t'll heavtli upon gold ; and If la add. ton to
this we find a market lo Eurt pefor aortlon of car
di me-tic products at profitab e rates, and by the
early re-opeoin; of trade with the South shall be
able to en Urge the abimenta of cotton, tobacco,
pitch, tar, roain, fto , there oan be no queath,a that
gold would be forced to yield, aptte of all specula
tive efforts to the contrary, to the reversal of situ
ation trod need by these circumstance s. The ques
tion of the future value of gold undoubtedly de
pendi now upon our financial relations abroad,
and the prospects ate most lWtterlrg that these
will be in tte highest degree favorable.
Financial matters In Ih's ci'y are qiist. There
is Vrry iittie movement in dtstouot, and corrsncy
ba'anca-s are chiefly aff cted by tha suhjcrlptljne to
the Eeven-thirty loan and tbe demands fro tha
Treasury, ixchange is in pretty free supply and
without mat ked demand. K tj are steady at par
bi)if.g and 1-10 to premium selling. The Sec
ond National Bnk to-day pall Government drafts
to theauiiunt of 1700, HO.
lhe teltgraph tonight reports tut thirty-five
rallltous remaining of tbe present series of Seven
thirtivB Tli a amount wJl nndonbledly be sab
scribed by Tuesday ntg-.t of next Wtfek, thus dia-
poting of the a- riea of three hundred millions In ft
pe-kd of arut forty wo klog days, and a mon h
anterior to th da'e at which interest upon It wiU
cum iu ence, Jane 16th. The same dispatch sa)s It
la i rub, hie the remaining twj hundred and thirty
millions unler the 7 3D a;t will he Issued as the
third strUa, bearing date October 19.
N. Y. Money Market—May 12.
Ifoney Continuta easy, with large supply, at
tMcao m ct. for call loana.
Mlvrlinar A-ieUaime-Firmat lOPUO for
4woli More active and flim-r, opeo'ng at 13
autanving to uo; too c!oiiHi at u ,
New York Stock Market—May 12.
4jMivrnaient 8tolsvWith nt any decided
rttauee. U. f-. til of co pens. 110. fv
tweuty cooptns. 1( 4'' do new ifaae, Ten-
luriif-B, coupona vo'a
BtWtL Uu I aud heavy. HiHWOli alxea 67;
O lo Mi-sibsippt rerUtVcatee Uuicksllver
M-.. Hiding W-,; N . Cen'ral 9 ; In 7tP
alit,alsan Central utf, Mchaa Son t hern o.V4. !
imoia Central lUsi Cleveland ft PitiaburKU 66;
For'liwBiern do preferred 6 y6t Kock lalaud
rrains imi Cbirn4j, Fort Wayne ih4; joie
. THE FIRST
National Bank of Cleveland.
And FiRiMoiAL Aosst or tor Ubitrd Statis.
Special Agent for the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Five per oent. Legal Tender Notes received In
pymAntof earns with accrued interest.
Ail it-Rcrfptiouaoi (iovernmeatbecantieeBoTjght
aaa eoid at br at ratoe. mp'i'i 'Ci
HORNINa LEADER OFFICB, 1
FalDAI Bvbbibo, May is, 1B6A. J
Kti3lpfsi Tbe receipts of Grain by rail dnrtag
the 24 hours ending at one o'clock to-day were as
Wheat Corn Oats Bye Barley
ens. bus. nas. bus. boa.
I). C. A O. R 1SS0 1W) SKfl AuO
O. A T IOuO lijM 42110
Caoal . . ,
L-e .... t4U0 33300 ..
Total S7 0 31M SSIU0 400
The advance In Gold and lhe fmprorement la
l'roilm:e Esst to-day inflneaeed a better and firmer
t'ii e in tb's market fur grain after lbs report, and
tuouh qujtaiions ate sener.lly lewer, the market
c'oatd steadier, anl with less disposluoa to taeor
buyers. The dentaad for Wheat, Oorn sod Oats
was quite liberal, and the aggregate receipts for
tlie twesty four hours Jar8e. la Provi Ions we
nole a decline of H,0 en the extreme price ol clty-
p eked Pork ; smoked Meats and Lard aachaBg-rs),
tiener.l Pioducs c . b tin ues quiet Alcohol realised
a further decline to day.
l'r.M;Iila The following are lhe rates at pres
ent esked hy Lake (stani) and Rail :
Lsvki ako Kail -To New Tort First class
11,26 i beooud class: tl.iv; Third class: sec;
rounhcl.es: ta'o. Floor, (1 25 ; Wool, 11,86.
To Bost in. first class : I1.3S ; becoBd olsss
11,10; Th rd cia-s: 95c ; Fourth slaaa: 674c.
Flour 11.35. .
flvar-Qulet. Ssle 160 bbls XX red ("Clif
ton " and " White Pawn ") at ti.liO.
vVliMst f tpenrd tower, closing better anl firm
er, bales this morning 4 cars No. 1 red from store
at fi,49; on 'Change 4 cars do do at 31,60; 900 ba
while at 11,65.
4na Lower. Sale 3 cars shelled from store at
75c, and 2 cars do on track at 76c, market closing
stMlN In more remand Sals 2500 bo from store
at lrc ; 31 cars on track at 16c.
Kye Kominal at 11,00.
Pork luUt and lower. Held at 127,00 for
Jard Unchanged at 20a21o for city-rendered
in tierois and kegs. Pales lo,0OD lbs c ootry-fen-derrd
st .7c ; 60U Djs " fremoat " at Zx'jo.
Miuokel flea us tlar.rt qn'et but st'ady.
Suar -cured hams 23s for canvassed and 22o tor
tncanfaastd; plaia hams 20e; baooa ire ; ahoalders
17c ; dried beef luc torcaaf eased aad ISo for anean.
eassed- Sa'es at quotations of 1( 0J lbs shoulders
and Hi D nncanTassed dried beef.
Rr Um f-Quiet and steady at f 18,00 for city.
ttuller tlu'et. Fr'me new Western Keaerve
sclllOKat 28n il'c.
trkra In good supply and moderate request at
t'liejeste Hew Cheese steady at a range of 12
(alSc, according to quality. Old IriKlc.
tilKtiwliM DnU and hesty Held at i,0S
A lcohol Market quiet and lower. Held at
Rt,i 8 44,12 for BS per oent. Neutral Proof spirits
li 192,24. Cologne Spirits, B8 per cent, 14,22.
PeXroleiam Tbe market Is quiet, bnt sedy.
Beld at 7.i(iS75c for refined.
Nrxoltt-Vtulet Timothy hold at 1 1.50(B) 5,C0.
fjloeer held at 115,00.
lrl-l Aplna Finrer. Hales 43 bbls at ?r,
and pay for packages.
Hrann-rnll. Beld at fl032,00 lor good to
Lakt rinb Steady and firm at the following
price,: VhlteHh, halt bbls, IS.75; Treat, half
bbls, 17,75 ; Pickerel, half bbla fK,25; Herring
Sti.oo p.r bilf bbl , Shed S7,00; Catfl h 17,00. '
a)nlt-8t-ly. Flue t2,l'J. Ooarsa and Ground
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
Toe lidiuwlng are tba rates eaarged by as 1
aeienaa enTar-oured prasBlBB, bants m SB
S'niivnaMetl Hsmt 7! n..S;3 e
xtrlt neieif ft B... ..,....lb s
rtin If torsi rtnf....ir ai b. t iy ,
r -.n ur Kmoked Eldos w m "I a
irn rntae lear tettle-rad d In bblaor tros.sO s
Prtiae leaf k-ttle-rndr'd la kea ..! ,
fottt No. I mesa i HM ,1, t OO
Extra cliar V tibl ,2 Bf
ST No extra charce made for naokaaes or oart.
aire to railroad depi'ta rr boats. All articles an
warranted strictly prime, and equal to aaythlag ts
tire Mar. Orders filled.
ROSE & PRENTISS.
u. r)rw. I4f 144 aad 144 Onuiio stress.
CHICAGO MARKET—May 12.
CHICAGO MARKET—May 12. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Floor Te-y doil.
' 1 Ii.:mi Acii.e and nnaettled. Sales at 1 11
f.r No. I; SI Oi for Xno 2.
A'trris Firm anil advanced 2c Bales at Alo
for o. 1; M a.'.i for No s.
rt-Fiim and adranced l)ic. Sal-sat 34-
Mirrviinevs 11 98.
fruvixloii-t Uuiet. M-ss Pork 124 00326 DO;
prim, teens SA 00.
Srrlaltisi Pull. Com f c lo BatTilo. 1 -tUMx-lput-Floar,
i,8m bbla, wneau llJOSbai
oorn, 4,800; oats, ,003. ,
NEW YORK MARKET—May 12.
.(ttesl PirK. a'es at tMc for middling.
rtoaur Ac better OB low graa.s.
Baits at fe froase tor extra state: 17 St&wT 60
axara roaed : a w Okie: 17 30 the trade
brand, afark.t oioetng qukt aod scarce y so aim.
WhieUjr Dull. Baie. west. re t L uv.
Wheat-hde firroei. raies at 11 UV, for "o.
1 Chie.RO 'prnr; at 40 for Ho. I do; 11 to for Mil-
waakt.elnti, ft 7114,1 bo rer ameer micoigaa.
Kye-Deli and dcoopiac
Kskrley Steady. 6tatet40-
t ora--Beaey aod Bee.ll d. Pal-, at 11 SCQ
It 0 for y.ll"w, as 10 qu-H'y; 1' eti f t new mix
,d w alern; 96c for wtiieNew Orieaaa.
OftlM l(ti l wer s d more ecltva. Bales at 10
at Mtnaeirw LibIU
P.srssleuni-Rales at !rr- fee ere de; 61(56
for rehned In Eond, aod Tmt0 lor do fiee.
rerk M rner wlh rsir I q ilry.
Bales at 16 (M141 S-A to rer aew mess, cloaiDg at
1J5 A5 c.h, f :!x 0M4J3 V5 for llb3-4 do, c.sr aad
rrtralar way cl era at 13 1-'S tenia'; If 00
frr prime and S19 ai'ib IO tor prime mesa. A'sr
3,5(Nl bkls new nieo for May, Jane anl Jnlj,
seller's oprloB, at IviA Ui2? 60
Bef Uuie at U(gl6c for plain men, asd If (3
tTto for extra ni.se
llre( Mnusn Rirsier. Pairs at 1 4 10: 8 09
4Tit frnt-tikady fales at ltsioo .or
Shoulders; I7iall9c for dams.
Bru-B I'uil. t umlierland cut MuX't'.
re Fi mer. Haiee at lki (t'Se.
Biiuer Mo..acliTo; Itsaniu for tsklo; ZiyMc
ftr ub o.
Svbeesse In request at 1421c '
BUFFALO MARKET—May 12
Flour T nil aod lower.
Wre-iet bull ral-s Teledn wlntr at 11 46:
Fo. 1 Milwaukee spr ng II xo. Only list milling
tora Dull at 75c fur mixed ar.d 8ts for yellow
4istfr firmer. Rales at 40)4?c; clcslng firmer.
Hurley tkoaila SI 06
AtiiMtty Ou'laad aoiiral. RaleatfrP5
tsl t'relKhla To New yurk, wh.at 13s,
corn 11,0. oau 7a)bc To A bsny. corn Bj.
Ivike Inipvrta Flour 4,55", wheat 2,500,
4 as.l Sxrrorte Flour 1,07s bbls, wheat 31,.
Sea on, corn 11,6.10, oats 29,730.
OSWEGO MARKET—May 12.
Flosir Fnchaeeed Psles et 17 ortt)7 2A for
no. 1 sprini; ,7 t uiutl 75 lit re a inter, S8 26)J
g 6fl lor white; i'J uo(a9 ib for XX.
WtseetS Ooict; ealeacf Bllneo tjrar loadB
Corra Qmer; sales c.nrlued to car leads.
llae StusHrta-7J6 bHls Hoar, soon ba of
wheat, 13,200 corn, 1,1'u-j barUy, a 400 rye, 2,6t
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
KNTKKED Mat 12
8tmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit
Btoar MaT Qoen. Hitler, Cot' nnan
Piop Lac 1j Beile, nDaldiniz, Oct-nag-n
Proi Empire rta e Pheatt Buffalo
Prop K a.ira, Th m, Buiilo
'rop Wina'ow, Ander-on, BntTlo
Bark P Dot bins, Keudrtck, Bafalo
Bug ParEn; Staclatr, Itairjit, 1J0 as lumber, 60
fVhr R J Cilbbi, Curo'l, Bofltlt.
8!OW K atiy, Uharheniu, Detroit, ft-S m lumber
Sctw Mon a, ti ran, K-iley'a Iatnid
Ccow Granville, Cuanolly, Bond an
CLKARRD ..Mat li.
Btnir City rf Cleveland, McKay. Petrolt.
Hoar May Unetn, Mider, OnfonnTon
Btmr Rila Borrowa, Barrows, Kondeau
Prop Prairie Stale. KnapL., 0dat.burgh
Pryp Wio-iitw, Aadrrmn, Cblcgj
Prop Elmira, Thorn, Toledo
Prep kmptre Htattm, Pheatt. Chicaro
Prop Oieau; WatTrhnry, Dunkirk, toO bb.a flijor
hV-hr Josephine, McBrtd. c taaley
febr Ana Kartlett, Borwf-11
8 hr K i Glbbe, airoil, Bnffalo 230tonsco-t
r br Kagle, Ba-row( buoley
8c br Homeward Bound. Titna, Burwelt
ro w Moa. Carran Kelley a lala d
Barice lsxperitntat, B-va, Careirlle
X. J. FARMRR, J. V. PAINT EH, JAH. ARM SR.
Farmer & Paiutcr,
Ho. 115 Superior tit., I'levela-d, Ohio,
UNITED STATES LOAN AGENTS
TOk THB SALS OF TBI
Dealers la Gold, 8llT.r, Coupon". Vxchange, Cana
da and Uncnrrent Money.
Bur and sell a'l dcritlou of wuVIBBHIBT
BIjNDs. Also sell
11 BA.IT8 05 ItGLAJID ASS UKUXD.
Cashed in Gold
OH LIBERAL TFKMS.
MOWERS AND REAPE R S.
Mowing Machine of the World.
Wood's Prize Mower
ADTANTAGSS 0TKB 0TREB3.
Blmiliclty of coattruction; light draft, (being
THE LIGHTEST DRAFT MACHINE IN THE WORLD;
durability; cloaeueaa uf cut; 't never clogs; will rut
atl kinds of terms wet o' dry, lodged o atn11oK
tame or prairie no aide draft; no weight on
frotses' ne ka; cetler-bar can be raieed in an in
Stiant. trifa eatv, to pasa obalrncliona; low trice, Ac
This Machine bas been nwd for the piat five
yeeis thiooitbout tue Lnited tttt, In Great Brit
ain, and on the Continent, mure exteaaiv-lr lba
any other Mower, and has given not versa! setisieo
tiun. v-h-r ver 't has been entered for cempetlrlin at
publlo triala and eAhibitkus, Irs superiority has
ss"Cheapet Machine in tbe market this seefoo,
aod aarraoted to equal any In point ol eceilci.ee.
Old Macbiues repaired.
L. C. FROST & CO ,
148 SENECA STREET.
fJEJPUT Of THJt
Llowers and Reapers
ALL riXCKS ruK KICAIRISe,
No. IISO Superior (slreeit.
Th. BUCK XT I hat become trie favorite of the
erasers, and la many tooAlttie. have
SUPERSEDED ALL OTHER MACHINES.
All those Ib want of Mower, will do well to aie.
their ordera at once, either personally or by malL
as the sapply alii he exhausted veiy eooa.
rhsrx '- I. I'D I K FeiKTS'st,
LIOHX HUBBARD MOWER
Medium IlnbbsTd Mower.
These Machines contain more vnluts of eworl
ence than an v otner before tiifi pabllo. 'lhe MI
Dll'M HCBBRO cntaa awath 4 fet8iDcbes
wide. THeLlftHT H BH A RU roti 4 foet . inches
wide. Draft lichter than any other
PLOWS. HARROWS, CULTIVATORS I SHOVEL PLOWS
The Largest asaortaeBt in the Wast.
Garden and Lawn Boilers,
one Ratres, (hnrtm, Road-Scrapers,
And a variety of AORtCTTLTUBAL IWPLaV.
BIRald MannfaainreJ and for sale at tb
Cleveland Agricultural Works.
One. and Warerooms, 8 Center street.
aelS Jig TOt'NOLOVB, M tHrfT A CO.
aTEW DRY OOOD3.
HOWEll & HIGBEE
H.Te now a heavy aad frilly assorted stock el
STAPLE DRY GOODS!
Of every description,
rerfi'rt Ber-ire lie Htctv. Aixwet.
Sp-cfnl attention Is Inrlud lo
TABLE-C'OTrTS, N4PKIH8, PoTLlTR, PAM
ASrlB, BLEAOHBU aid BBJWN LINKS, Ao.
Shirting and Sheeting Linen?,
With S-4,6-, 7-4, 8-1, 1, lo-4 and 11-4
And a very superior stock of
HUCKABUCK A5D 0THIR T0WKLIS6,
Tory cheap, Inst rseeived, at
SJ 3 SUFSiUOlt BTBKXT.
The Last of tha rWlaa tt OOK ui RTB will B. are.
" " BRAIHARO'S HaLL, THIS FiTJIING.
ABdallperaoBswtshlas; TVketa and FBKS'ST",
sK.uld procure theas to-y. It bete their awly
i hsnoe and taeta are many valaabl. freeeeta stilt
131 6TJPERI0R 8TREET,
Tet to be girsa away.
ylarw I. W. ELI A. Actwary.
WILL BK OITM At
Under the dl recti "B ef the Few Tork Manfnetor
Inir Jew- llers' Association, who at twrtve Xater
tatiaments ivee hy this Asociatoo, at the Acad
rmy f Mci. in New Tork, sold apwards ot
iUu,(MJU wo th of Tictfets, and
GTf ivr Over 6tC0O PretfiU!
N. . A1 ethers asrng the nanve of tbe New
York M ana tact rims: welers AaKciaeiiOBt art
6 tuions Aaeociatine a d in ne way cosoected
with tbe Onmnaland Only fiesnlae Mew York
Jewe'era' Associ ation ta eke country.
WE ARE NOW OPEN,
FOR THE SALE OF TICKETS ASD
DISTRIBUTION OF PKESEKTS.
to. 134 SUP-BIOS mm,
(AMIBICAN HOUSa BCTLPISO.)
To the Purchasers of Tickets to
IjSrT R E M E M B E R,
New fork Manufacturing Jewel
FROM THEIR IBMC3$ STOCK of JEWELRY.
Watches Set with Diamonds, Odd Enameled
Watches, "eaey Gold Unnllng-C'M etches,
Blleer Walehe., Tea sets, Silver War.,
ef all deserip'ionrt, Braorl.t., Guard
Ch.ioa, Brjocbea, tolitairee,
Rlnss. ic , Ac..
Aad an end tees vartrty of irije Utrit aad objeota
TICKETS OAK DOLLAR.
IT very ene reefvos Present at Ihe time they
pnrcbare their Tick., varying la value from Fifty
Cent- to Blind red a of foliar.
StT"lo Tic'etA sold at the Hall. Kery one re
ceives a PiYsent . n purchasing their Ti.ket at the
CvmpKnj 'a iepott
Jio. 131 Superior btrett,
(AnsatcAa Hocsi Buuvo so.)
mr be a b i sr read I wr egad f -va
The most Liberal, tbe moat Fair, the most Origi
nal, toe ot PopnUr, the moat ho'cenelui Entt-r.
prise ever lueugu aied,andendored by lhe PbEe)
and PUtiLIO of N-w York, Ball alo, Pittsbnrch.
and all the largtst cities. East and west.
The New Tork Herald aaya:
There has never been an enterprise Iranf arated
In i hia ciiy, wbich has been more (ene rally patron-lT.-d
or siven more general satisfaction, toaa that
of tbe Pre-entatioa interta.nm ot given by the
Mew York Manofactn inf jewelers' Arsociatioiu
The New Tork Trtbcne ssys :
The b st artistes procnrable in the c'ty, are en
gaged tor these entertainments, and it se m to he
the dete mination of iha directors to leave nothing
undo, e to pi ease aad satisfy their patruna. 1 beta
ia a delay, uo anxiety on the part oft'. pnrchae
ers to know whU tuey wi'l receive. The present is
given ben tbe tic Set la purchased, aad they go
away with a tioket or a drat elss enterlain'aeut,
worth the price paid tor tae tkt. aad a present
worth at ioesat ss mush at retail price, and par
haps a great deal mora.
Tbe New fork Times sajs:
Tbe extreme liberality and lrn' e with which
Mr. BUas, the Actoa'y of tha Manufactories: Jew
eler Association has oontactd everything re
lating to these entertaltimn'a, have meda them
more popular than any thing of the kind ever giv
en in New Xoik.end the aie of Tickets has been
very large. L ke all ot Mr il aV .tomisrs, every
expectation hld ont in reattoa to theae enter tain
menu, has bten more than realised.
sr Depot for the sale of Tickets and Piatribatton
Jio. 134 Euperlor 6trt et,
(ABxaicaa Hocsa BuiLDlnd.)
DON'T FORGET TBE A UMBER.
The first ntertainment wl 1 be girea
Tuesday, air ink.
WW Parties la tbe co intry who d sir. Ttofcets,
cb have Trcke's aod Present, seat by mail or aa
pte.a, oa receipt ol tbe mooey.
myl J. W Rjr.fg. Heteary.
...tjiAiAioa's iiiraovsD arxui
I. H. SOLOMONSON.
PraetvoaJ and Sotenttflo Opttotaa, Kenoa the large!
amortavent ef Opttoai Instninenta la the olty. Be
lag an eld establish am t, and having haws) ax teas
Ively patronised he has the sooodeaos that.
S resent stock will warrant the oon tin nance of pn i
o favors. All his spectacles are of tbe best saaill 1
of crystal glasees, gTousjd aader his own I na paction
la all oases curing weakness, dlsaineea, and impart
lug atrength for long reading and flas sewing. Ajr
tlflolal eyus Inserted wlthcnt pain.
Of riCR 130 tin perior -et., Arat door tram Oe an
trance the Amerfoaa Hotel.
ttssr Beware of travelers ciaiming to be Mr. Bote
stonaon or his agwnt luy'
r'BCTACLAV as Mraurthea and Improve tw
"Rot. With ont Um HraLnwAAit nar raait n( rr.iaaw
AUgeSa nd of the arreatuat Traiijr"reut Power.
af ts. fiub.i b ucaiiat, ouciae,
ta hnserior atreet, Johnson Bo!.
WOLVK, 10 WARD S tO.'i
EXCELSIOS GLASS WOEKS,
(PITTSBURGH, PA )
Warehottae, i t ; 8S aiervv 1st Straea,
For quality, fine eol.r and temper, I r. fer to
deale'a generally, and confidently recommend raid
brand s equal. If not roperlor to any atad..
11 . n'a tore re' ilisooaal aud. at 16. Branch
Warehouse. (JALVIN CAhU.
O BERLIN, OHIO,
OFFERS the most thorough, ysfemat:c
and practical oonrse of taitinctlan that can ba
oblaind ia ihe west. Js under ths an peri a teed
euce of a aouMD operator of years ezpenen e. Kb
ova the patronage t.f lead mat Teiacrapa eumpanles.
Cuaapmsr lnti otioaof the kind tm the ownntry.
Circulars aent fret tc aay address.
Addt.ss, O. H. AC. N F"FD,
ap14:r.tdAweowK Proprietors and Prinelpa's.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
rtKUGS AKD MSDICISKa ias
attsattosi af Phyalelaas aad ail.
rrre aod EellaSle Sedlelnen
rsBpeetfuily solicited so my stock, which coat, rt
sssasosnpless aswitmiat of every tiAiag parts la-
THIC DrtUQ TRASS.
aad at prtcea to Irwarasatlaraotlu. to th. pn-flinta.
Obrtaa a Bnaaroai. iaseauaajtrs, Tavra, tou.
Tpuutirrsaa itrjaaaa abb VcLOAaiaaaa,
at tbe rates aad anm approved aattsras, seed a
ferlaiacn tad faacj ArUclen,
ta great vartety.
analityl anooed ti
Alao a stock ot UaUORS fas ta
to Bone In maraem.
Agent for IJMM SPLINTa, the most swap IMS
set of BpllntS rear ottered ts the Prohaatoa. tloaa.
try Physicians are particnlarly ravtted to aa exra
laatloa of my stock, aad etll (ad It a, thada ad
eaaMc to savor sas vlU taeir orders.
iao ULAHK. IIS HanartK-vn.
O'T PAY HIGH PRICES. Tee.
IHn ro.r rytnlsaawsaai rnlV a. 1. J mLa.'
Clrt. Paintal. Ottsa sAaarl Tlvsa Batarfa. .k.
B ov line at lowetrt prlcea.
.CU0B4JHJLL B BOTH BE,
MI fUNptA -mm
SUOAR3. PKIOE3 GREATLY Re
duced oa ail kludsof ganar, aod we are a-it
to ba nnderaoid. find the light piece he. IM
aekl rrrnittrmiLI. A BROTHSJR. "
JAPAN TEA. Good qoalities and
small profile, at IBS ( Bte-lo street.
an HrB 'HILf, A o. 1
THE TJKDERSIGNID mnn.,
opea Ha Patnres for th. aue. 1
on Monday, Hay 1st. Pitcea. for V1 :
Cowa, 76 cents; for Uorase, $t,or ,sr
week, payable every Monday i. adTaaee All anl-
mais reoaivea hkii every respect at taelr ow e
ar's risk. Apply to A. aad C. Pnhrman. H-rds-
dry, or at their hoaaa oa the Heignta.
epao-xio g. a. rroaa. .