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cbeewnyoa the James rivet, ha started for:
Washington, to be mustered out of Mr
Tic. . ,
The Herald' Mobile corrwponaMit w
the 15ih inst, y that h ""J 'ij1'
up, bj the arrival of paroled officer ad
soldier from Pick Taylor1 army. They
meet our officer and men in the ttreett
and hotel with the utmost good leeltcg.
Quiet and order prevail.
Trade 4 improving, ' good" arriving
in large quantities from Kw Orleans by
Bth Uereral Steele and Pick Taylor
are in the city.
A tnwkl to the Tribute frotr Wash
imrton. Um 2tjLh inat- uli : A r'ld medal
commemorative of ihe inauguration of the
K.mik ItiUti-MkUonnl Goneree, ha been
semt to the President by the President of
Specie ' the orly currency used in South
1 be era and wheat Corp there are
abundant and well UD.
Union mer. returning from the North
are anil ex Doted to ocial peraecuUou.
A black girl was inhumanly wnipped
and lacerated by hoi late nnsler for reiu
ire to work without pay. An order wa
issued for ou arrest but he had fled.
filUn NtW TtlKst.
Kiw Toaa, May
The stesmer Fung Jjuey, trora Jew Or
leans on tbe 20tb, has arrived. Her ad
vice aro anticipated by telegrapt.
A ft,e il to the World from Wasfcing-
ton snjs General Sherman will soon issue a
lnia!l addree to his army, preparatory
tomakino- a trio to Ohio. Jlost of hi
ttn. s are encamped on the north tide oi
J.dinT. Ford proprietor ot tbe theatre
has been unconditionally releaseo.
The 6'.h CrDi is expected to arrive in
Yr&staintt-n on Sunday, and tocether with
reserve artilery of tbe Army cf the Poto
mac will be reviewed on Aiooaay.
Batow Kocqb, Msy J3,
via Caibo. Mst 7. t
B'igtdiei Goneral Brent and Colonel
Da Blanc Bu'ke and Zeiph arrived here
to diy a C'lnnuiUttonersfrom Kirby e'niith.
General Herron and Lieutenant Fetter
came down form Bed Oliver. General
lierron has telegraphed General Canby
and it i believed here that term for tbe
surrender of iurVy Smith' whole army
n &4 been arranged.
Washimotoh, May 27.
Tbe Poetoffioe Department ha contract
ed with J. K. Keeeide for tbe conveyance
of the mails daily from Lincoln, Ualilrma,
t Portland. Oregon. Ibciuuios interme
diate points, the service to comrrence the
l'tot July, rue compensation is !,
00 J Der annum.
A.abama ht been divided into three in
ternal revenue districts, but no appoint
ment of assessor and collector have yet
New York, May 27.
The Herald ha modified it purpose for
tbe subscription to pay off the National
deb; bv redueiue the subscription shares to
$10,000 each. It publishes a number of
new subscriptions. Xbey now nil up in
"WASHiwoTeK, Msy 27.
Frederick Seward's condition continues
Governor Fnton vieted the New Tork
troi DS to dav and met withahearty recep
tion. He was highly pleased with their
LOST Oq ftterrioon o May 26 between
j II .w s'DTt-t pe, -diwa'-d to Jobn Bmirrt. iup
l--livi !, Ohio. The pirty printing th-f Mm to
J HI N HEKNABli. at r.-unr JHi(rvl, r itri' It
at .li- ; iiun-mry'i ofltcp, 43 Prfc Boild D, uorih
id'.t Fuhiic ubi, will bv smtttb y rvwsrdnl.ra'1
T O-iT Brtwtea the Hieh Bcbool nd
-Li Sheriff ir- t, t.y the war of Oak and Pioact
itrt.iM tUJl I'm mt iih liral: vtlnd fii ket?D
tk. A fuiilMultt fjw rd Wi 1 be paid it Ml f Nv 30
10RTAliLE KNGINE FOR SaLB
-11 Wll n"TWI Irtlall Uiucu inn o iwi
le I w. Apply to H AS bLiLt, WU.liUi aoa w..
Oc u a worka, Uirci-THie. u. iDy:;iD
rp )lJ BUGGY FOB SALK. A nice
A- T ip BoPf , Lowmftn'i maka, alrxot m k -od a
H-w, Inr -ait clitxap. Ua txi WrftU a( H UOiiUiire SL.
KJTTAUE FOK SALB Ko. 204 Pk-
J nct nt with LrMifxhoH : nlcananfr aitnated aod
ry eonT nU nt. it wi Rfd water. In 'nir at the
flic - of MuUKIS ani 1'KICK, or CANNON and
iuKKaiiN, Uiverat. myZT:;!!..
) r K L KOK 8ALB. 1 he bt and
Urtmt II jtl 10 the Oil Heeiooa ia offered for sale
c i account of tb proniic'or hiug more buioew
)ianliccaD at'etid t . It in clfarina m per iT
T a ivro i or comranT Miiinc to (nil i:e in thf bv-
tl buiutMM, th b it an ottportuuitr usver before tf-r-
ji trii cmntry For rart cor, adlrvfi 8.
JtIiOS(-X, Bux al, P. 0., ftanalio, Venango Co.,
WANTED-A Girl to do g neral house
ork in private funil. Ap-f ftt Ho. 723BU-
rer-or.nei. Bp b in. af I
IUK JAL Tbvty Acres splendid
- Oil T-irri:orv. Id feelmpl on Kant Pantir, rmr
11t laixe Wfll tliAt hi rectitlv heu atrnrk on (hat
rrerk. luciuim Ut W.J. 1'sKKlii, HO. IliriKH
til . c K. m?:zi4
i"VLL KEFINKRY FOB HALS The
w Oil Ucnorr ant mhor proprty of Ptowler.
b'.Oitli and . on Irwin' KIkIji will h old al butt.
lit: ast , od tb" prcDjian, ou Uit Mh day of Jttua aeat.
J. -KITH n4
jt r3 :216 U. Bum, V. nor. Part.
POUND A Focktit-Book. containing
o opey. Apply at mis omce. mygj'-aia
VVANTED A Frotettant American,
KotfUh or Oerman Girl; waft b aflr rtf rook
wfciii' r an 1 1 ouer. liwuira at 13 bupozior strw.
riHK flu til" ASSOKTMBNT OF
JL OLC-bal! aai Swo-lnck Pearl Bnottlaa ia lh citj.
luniiis m ou..
my it 137 W-ddel noaiw.
WAN TUB TO POBCHAfE A House
and l,r.t, ritat'd aou where on tbt Tart Kirte,
hbJ wittna firtrt-n aBjaatt' waik &f tbe Poat-otttoe
A mall, iwtMtoiy Douc. c utaiii.Dir from rx to
mi Hit I iiinu aielM-rett. AnorvM. BUtU. K KK-atioo,
twruif, etc., "a, caie tuts imc. wjlt'Ms
LOST Ua Superior or Oatario streetf, ft
Mick lae y. The &o1r iU h raitablr re-
wanie i t ittw v. M. axpr a otnow, tfanit i.. myis
OiT Ua Sunday evening, My 14tb, a
910 ere-uoactc. bwier will rtuum it to rhisottice.
. r lu V niiut Tt., tsha'l bwnitablr rewardfHl. mjU
rX) IaET lore on Merwin street; one
t- oi tu- two forms-r y
occDDted ty G- o.
rtt iipteaio ai y wo-iMau uaOu.
iNlN.S. ta:er B lilimjt- mrl7
JKO G. JLN-
PORTABLE tSTKASA JiGlWKo.
jnllN P HuLT, MiDnfactarfrof Por aUea f-r
Oil Weill, nstio tiioliC", is4 on baud formal, firaO
cm jbccioes. uotiior ioiiuDbua au lyeoir- it.
rro"U&J ANO LOT F0B6ALfi THe
.alwcriber oOvrn for aale lb lien e and Lot No.
63 Wa Din a rwt. Tb doom m pertVctljr nt-w. two
f-i 'iTi coiiiHitin m-jfu cooa rowteis.wo a-arrfo. us.
Ti LotiS3xi33 Iwt. r Inrthnr particaUra. Ua-
quirt- on uD aatuuuea. n ILUAa JUUAttl 1.
For Lake superior forts.
mUK STAUNCH AND e
JL alegaot fasMrgr f taamw "-n-
OUTH 'KM L1UMI, Oaptaia M.1 1 '
B Mn ch, will 1ot. ur oca ior lasa (Maartar
poiu To .day. May suh, a so'clook r. m.
s'or freigbt tr patag. aptilf at our offlc.
KObT UAAMA B OO.. Anesla,
ail 29:215 169 and 171 Ki.fr at.
,Xtt LAKE SUPKRlOlt.
I The new and .Ipfraat btetmar
1U'N 31 Dtfii Captain J. J. Tarn.r.
will taa anr Llok for Ont taae&B aad all In-
termadiata ports, oa WMjiI, Slav SI, at
o clock P. M. fapatiur aoccmaiodat o s tor
pMeLg-ri, and arraoseoifBtt ane capacity Br
Uaa-il on- qaalled a. any e-t oa ta. roate.
Dur frMwhL or paiiirt aDDlT to
mrZ7 X16 127 nd a BJier atnet
'AiUKDAT, JUKlt 3a, 1866.
31 Valuable Batldt-sr Loti on Cue
avenue and Ionian elrftt,
At ACCnUS JI O. CUTTKB A BOH
n Cnttjtr A fan wiU aall on fatarday, M STtrt,
at 1 o'clock P. M . ea tbe premiMB, SI v.laable
Valuing 1 os, ffootleg oa t'aa. aveoaaand Lymaa
atroet 8'd Luuar- lorty (to) f at tr"nt by no o
loS feet la depth. 'Ihe whole to be sold without
.... Mra wbatayer. TTT .-tit'DC a fine -i'nortnoi
t, for chanlca and others to purchase oo
bnlldli g loU at their i prices AS THKISWf
Hi r-Oul). Maps of th. Lots can be SreA at ear
AactVon Roim, Bo l.tt sts . rw.
Terms of faje Oeo-hlrd t) oh I band, hal.
ance in 1 and II years, wnn later at ssis uij.
FLO U R AND FEED.
TUTURI FLOUBI FLOUBI ATBB-
I' DUfKB PBICSS o,w eoi rreaa jrass
, all grades; some very choice b-nds of Bed
Vaite Wheat, suitable for family or baker
eerymen, Bakers and others Is want will constat
.pit " ' o;KbT?B,:BnaTC).
.... . .... nil inuv a T
HOMia X , UaAtn.n.f " """.i
n i. , sn. rvirn Meal. 8rl!t Peas, Pearl
Bary, and cnolee brand, of Famiil Floor, non-
smiw r - --- - .
IN S U R A N C E !
Fire and;.51arlne, "
THE CLKVKLANJ UOUKASCK
; Of Cleveland, Ohio. ,
Tbta Uxnpan; la worn fnl orftulaail, aad pro
(red u wriM iaa ana u nu.
DIBECTOBSt ; ''.'.' :
b. b. txinit"' t. r. babbt,
CBABLB8 W. COB, " " B SKXTOK,
BBHBT T. CLABJt, a . LBVBBBTT AiCOTT,
H. B. PVKE, Tr'W'toat '
B D Mctf iLbN, Vice Prelideat.
.. 6 8. O Ik, crlrj
Offlcf, Bfiioa' Bioik, cr. eaporlor
ad HertTla Blrt-el, .
TRAVELES 'S REGISTER.
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A. a. r,
Atl.iOo rraat Mmvrn U S 30
a u w HAhntilnv Hrmncb Tin
rk- BhnM i Lav-Liri A Irtt S:0 B:x6
0aDnt lrt AooomaiodaHon.. - '
OICTMad A Pttubarsb, Acoom
riL .. . . . . Srdft :4S 10t11
Totrto : i:40 1W
l:a I: to
Atlantic B Bnat Waawra , ,., To
A. 0. W., Maboalii ttraooa.ll V0
Ik. Hhora. OleTala&a A faa. . T:SU
Ooanaaat B Brfa AoLouuno-latkM.tSL
PlUabergk WawiiM-.' T?
TnlrlT in -
baadnjty , , ., . . H
batroit boat ... ,. -
CrlpM wtahlag ooiTDjanoa to Ither ol Ihe
wm Tralaa or ImIl will be ca-M for by Uoaolm
of etaveaa' On,slbns wloe. ay leaving inir au(w
at tba Omofboa I'Doa, 147 eaprior ctrt, aaxt
nor tr th- Wd4l! Hnil
SECOND .NATIONAL BANK,
IrtmlgDBted Depository for u F-bllc
Aatborlaad SebacrlpMoa Agnt for to
Thia bainr the ontv tmoiar Loan dow before the
People, the tani win -p on un iu -btp..--Mtit
of aiava, and fill U orders pr tuptly and w HI
oat deU? .
Five Per Cwat. lKl Tender Bote,
With AnrrnMl IntnrMt to date. rcelTe? paTi
fnr AnhMtriutlona. and will red at par tbe
OtoooDS ob tbe bortta Thirtlea preaeuteCi tbe
ooaoter. t '
Will alao pni-ohaoa uaitca statee Tonweii, vc--tsSuttesof
ludefttedneea. oad all (roernmt.Dt. ve-
DatMiATB VsmaiToaT aao Tin imnaa Asaar or
TH LalTKl bTATKa.
Agent for tb Sale of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Five ner cent teal Teaifw Nola. reniTed il
pay Kent of aame vitk aooraad lateral t.
All deaonptMms of - -
6 0 rSRXifFITT SECURITIES
Boosbt and fold at belt rata aplS.Kl
Audenf of Monte Self and pnib Dencea.
Is V. Pl.roe Fisn.s. '
C. I. Baldata Oo Htw Good..
BoVt Haaaa a Co. For Lake tiuptrirr.
Jobn Bernaid KnTel. pe Ixat.
Low Sold fm.
Basw 11, nubt Co.' Inglne for Bale.
Wat Side atore- Local Botica.
Hoatetter1 Bittert-toMl Kctloo.
Dr. Boetye'a Catan k Bemedy Local Kotioe.
Bralnertt'. Ball Slgnor fclltl.
A few carton choice Flower opened thi
morning at Mr. Shaw'. my 5 5
We are under obligation to tbe U. 6.
Express Company for the delivery at night
of our daily communications from Mead-
ville, Pa.- -
Thb Exam as Cobiso We are soon to
have here something a little more than
first class in the dramatic line. Tbe fa
moo Mr. and Mrs. Charles K'.an have been
engaged t the Academy for a few evenings,
and will soon niske their appearance.
FnoEisr. The mown grass en the Park
filtered through and perfumed the air for
great distance yesterday. A very large
portioa of thexity in the lee of the Square
was fragrant with the subtile virtue of these
Rsoiaiim to es hubtskkd out Bias.
is thought that the following regiments
i Ohio soldiers will probab'y be mustered out
at Caurp Cleveland :14'-h vet. ,1 9th vot, lint
vet., l,a vet, 37lh vet., 3Sih vet, 41t
vet., 4il-h vet., 5jth vet., 57th vet., 67th
vet, 8Sih vet.. 72i vet, 77th vet, 82d vet
lOOth.lOiat, lOUt, 1031, 101th, 105th,107th,
Illth, 115th, 118th, 123J, I24th and 125th
GBABoCaXCaBT. Mile Htve Eatew,
the wonderful performer on the viohtcjllo,
t and Mr. James M. Welhi, the eminent
pianist, peer of Gattscbalk, will give two
their unrivalled concerts at the Academy
ef Music on the evenings of the 6th, and
7th of June. The mere announcement
sufficient to insure overflowing houses.
These artistes will give aconcert iu Mead-
villeon Thursday evening, June 8lh.
Aw T,ianNT BiRBoa We have received
a eopy of the able and eloquent sermon de
livered in Hudson, by Iter. Henry U. Hitch
cock. President of the Western Seserve
College, on the day ef the obsequies
Abraham Lincoln. "The Lord gave, and
tbe Lard hath takan away: Blessed
the name ol the Lord," was the text from
which a most excellent discourse waa
preached on "God acknowledged, iu the
Nation' bereaveuient.',,, .
BoiSDor Tiud The new Constitution
of the Board of Trade was submitted at the
session of the Board on 6aturday, read, and
in part ad' p ed. Owing to its length,
the sections could not be passed upon
A circular-letter from the Detroit Board
of Trade was read, announcing that the
Convention of thevarioas Boards of Trade
and Chambers of Commerce ol the United
States and the British Provinces, wonld
meet in Detroit on the morning of the 11th
of July. This will be a mammoth affair.
The majority of these Boards and Chambers
have already appointed thsir delegate
tbe Convention. The vast business inter
ests of ths two countries will be represented
s I . .
LiBStsr Abooiatist. This is tha season
of th tear whan thi Association should
be the best patronised, it being the com
mencement of the ' financial year"
harvest-time for New Memberships! There
bs been a aery fiue selection of books
all classes obtained during the past year.
The plan adopted tor-a "list of bxks
called for" beiiig kept gives universal sat
isfaction - aod several -eopies of popular
works are obtained when Obviously de
manded. -, , .f
Our frreod William J. Tait, the well
known Librarian, is always to be found
his post ready to accommodate ; and a ten
years' identification with this institution,
makes him acquainted with 'its wants, it
I advantage, and the taste of jm mem
ber ; and hi gentlemanly manner to
person, ef all degree, ha been a noticea-
! 5Mo hope th. extra effort which Mr.
Tai t is now making to enlarge the member
ship will be responded to by our citisen.
The. "library Room are at 219 Superiorl
. r ...... . ,1 ,1 . In ta . n rwl
WCOt) w.w - - -
and third stories. Call and see them I
CITY NEWS! Legal Intelligence.
UaniD Statu Cuuar. Thia court will
again to-morrow morning- in case
r v. I A. T.- VI -rri.k and
ucDuaj ihoiuikji " 1
R'ibinsaD, witnesses in this ease, were
brought to this eity from Johnson's Island,
on Friday night, and lodged in jail.
Corjaror CoWao PiBai. Nothing waa
done in Court-room Ho. 1, on oararaaj.
This branch will, however, meet this morn-
ins;. -,:'" '
Bsroaa Jon C riaaT Tbe case et
the City of Cleveland vs. tbe brig O.ean,
was Ukea up on Saturday, Suit is broagnt
to recover damages from said brjg running
into the Cuyahoga river bridge a year ago.
The case wa put over a few day. City
Attorney Dennis for plaintiff; Meiers.
Willey and Cary, dfend.nt.
Ia the case of Sweeney v. Kolbe, a re
plevin suit, Judge Andrews appeared for
plaintiff, Messrs. Backus and Noble for de
fendant. The ease wa not concluded.
Birosi Jpdo Foot. The divorce
eauee were called in thi branch Saturday
morning. The following ease were die
George W. Moor t Cordelia T. Moor.
A hearing was had on the cross bill of the
defendant, which set np gross neglect of
duly and wilful abienee for three years.
Decree of divorce granted to defendant.
Barbara Schneeweiss vs. John ditto.
Gross neglect of duty and wilful absence
for three years. Decree granted. . .
Mary Ann Murphy vs. Marlia Murphy.
Case dismissed by consent of both parties.
Mary M. Gould cs. In. B Gould. Ores
neglect of duty, ic. Decree granted.
John Coning vs. Mary Abu Cooing.
Habitual drunkenness for three years. Con
tested actioa. Loren Prentiss, E-q., for
plaintiff, J- E. IugersoU, defendant. De
cree granted. Alimony (f 200; granted de
At ten o'clock Bsturday morning the
court ordered a reaire loranewurana jury,
which jury wss summoned, empannelltd,
sworn and charged. Retiring from court it
soon brought an indictment for grand lar
ceny against Zde Griffith, and was then
discharged from further attendance at this
term of the court.
In the case of the State vs. Zade Griffith,
defendant was arraigned and plead guilty.
Tss ix bis on Daviess We noticed
at the timp, some two weeks since, the ar
rest of Jacob Miller, ou a telegram from
Mead'ille, charging him with the stealing
of a trunk at the latter place from the
boarding house of a man named G iffith.
He came to this city and left said trunk at
one of the hotels on Biver street. This was
found full of clothing, and was seised by the
police authorities, who qaiakly ferreted out
the thief and lodged him in the city prison.
He ws bound over, and abut up in tbe
county jail. A boot the time hi trial was
to come off, the man who sent the telegram,
George La Platte, as be signed hi name,
csme on here from Meadville, and craved
an interview with the thief. In the con
versation which ensued, the sheriff wa
truck by what seemed aa inconsistency, as
f there were a mutual good understanding
between the parties. He bad more occa
sion afterwards to think of this, however.
than at the time.
This La Pratt waa of course the principal
witness for the prosecution, but he had not
gone larther than tbe answer to the first
question than the Prosecuting Attorney be
came convinced that there had been collu
sion between him and the defendant. The
trial proceeded, and Miller was convicted.
La Pratt was narrowly watched. Suspicious
were entertained that he was ia complicity
with Miller. He had tent here three dis
patches, the first signed George La Pratt,
and the others George F. and George 8.
Pratt, respectively. He returned to Mead
ville after he had given in his ambiguous,
perjured testimony, but hearing of Miller
conviction he hastened to this city and
claimed the trunk and content. Tbe po
lice, however, nabbed him and laid he
might stay awhile. Thi wa done on the
representation of Miller, that Pratt was
sailing under false colors ; that his true
name was Zade Griffith, and not Pratt, and
that they together had stolen the trunk and
goods at Corry, Pa., or that thsy held the
goods which had been stolen by two or three
other men of their gang. Griffith saw the
fix he waa in, and, when arraigned on Sat
urday last, plead guilty and made merry
of the whole affair. He said there were
three more of them, and that he would do
all he could to secure their apprehension
and conviction, that the whole crew might
go together to the Penitentiary.
' It seems that Miller ran away with this
trunk, half the content of which belonged
to Griffith, and the latter had him arrested
on the broad charge of grand larceny. Hi
partner once arretted, he sought the inter
view to become reconciled unto him, and
then did his best, by false testimony as
the value of the stolea articles, to get tbe
indictment reduced from grand to petit lar
ceny, that Miller might escape the State
Prison. But the crafty chap wa taken
his own device.
It is stated that these two fellows have
been in the rebel service nearly four years,
aud are natives of Harrison county, Vir
ginia, and that the father of one of them
Miller, we believe, was recently shot there
as a guerrilla. M'ller bears the marks of
(UD.bot wound through hi throat It
just nealed. Both are hard looking custom
ers, Miller being little above the status
the brutes, and Griffith adding to his quad
ruped estate a certain degree of intelligence
and a great deal of pure deviltry.
Acadxhv or Music. One of the best
houses of the season witnessed the excel
lent performance of "Othello" at the Acad
emy last Saturday evening, on the occasion
of the benefit of Mr. Pope and the f re
appearance of that fine actor and madam
Bcheller. Mr. Pope' "Othello" waa ad
mirable, and inspired higher expression
of prsise than his "Hamlet," even. Mad
ame Bcheller personated "Deademona" with
o much sweetness and held so close
Nature, that the stage faded out of
and the representation appeared the veri
table reality. i -
Mr. Evans' "Iago" ws finely ccnceived,:
and presented with that earefulaaea-
adequateness which mark all his efforts.
Of the other actor w ar not-nowbl
to speak in detail. The leading characters
were well sustained. . o . . t t . ' "'-.
To-nizht tbe fine and" long promised
comedy of "Self" will be presented for
first time ia this city, ana tn entertain
nient will conclude with two great
A Srioub Goiso. Company D, of
6th Veteran Reserve Corps, arrived in
city Friday night, in command of Msjor
Lee. The company number eighty men.
It came here from Johnson' Island,
Crestline, where it has been stationed
week, and ia here by tbe order of General
Hooker, to do guard or patrol duty while
the Northern Ohio regiment are in Camp
Cleveland to be mustered out of service.
Tbe Msjor is about to return to Cincinnati,
and will turn over the company to
command of Lieut. Tboma J. Langley.
Tbo men lodge in toe Maimers' Ksst,
the Union Depot, and take their meal
the Soldiers' Home.
Cbasgi or JuaisDicTio The " Detroit
Tribunt says that the case oi Nasarra Mario,
charged with aiding and procuring deser
tion, which ha been under examination
before United State Commissioner Wilkins,
for several days, wss terminated yesterday.
Probable cause being shown that the
charged waa oomm-tted in Sandusky,
Ohio, the prisoner waa placed in t'"e U.
Marshal' custody for - delivery to
United States Court for the Northern Dis
trict of Ohio, at Cleveland.
Fao Lax Bcraarox. Tbe fine steamer
Meteor, Captain Tboma Wilson, arrived
here oa Saturday afternoon. Her obliging
Clerk, Mr. C. Atwood, give u the follow
ing log of her down trip :
Tbe stosmer Meteor left Ontonagon oa
her return trip Monday evening, May 221,
9 o'clock, having been detained there
early twenty-four hour by heavy weather.
Schooner Walru wa ti!l there, enchored
ouUide, discharging. Called at Eagle lisr-r-orearlythe
following morning. Propeller
northern Light waa in tha harbor, bound
up. propeller uoncora waa cum ma,
the harbor. Left Copper aaruor at vh
o'clock a. M., with surveying party and
supplies for Lac La Belle, which we were
unable to land on our way up. Steamer
Ironsides, bound up, was in the bay dis
charging. Left " Bete Gris " at M o'clock
t. u , arriving at Portage same evening,
and leavinc at daylight the next morning'
Bark Da Soto ws there discharging coal.
Met steamer Portage in the Portage river,
bound up. LeftPortsge Entry at r. a.
Met propellerOntonsgon near Huron Island.
Met a steamer in the log off Granite Island,
supposed to be steamer Comet Arrived at
Marquette 12:20 r. ., having been detained
somewhat by fog. Left at 6:20. Tne
steamer May (Jueen bad left during the af
ternoon for Chicago, and propeller Lsdy
franklin for Detroit, having exchanged
crews at Marquette.
The following vessel were in port,
and were loading : Schooner New London,
W. F. Card, Miami, Watt Sherman and
Bark Jane Bell ; Schooner Winona and J.
W. Nichol were loaded j W. G. Grant, dis
charging ; Idaho gone to Antwain for cargo
of lumber; Schooners Geo. W. Hall and
ColHogwood had jast left; Schooner David
Wagstaff and King Bisters just arrived.
Cleared May 23d : Kat Hincbman and A.
Bradley. Pawed several vessel between
White Fish Point and the canal. Arrived
at Ssult 9 a. m. of the 25th. Sohooners
Moscell and Chss. Hinckley were in the
eansl. biund up. Steamer Algowah and
propeller Lidy Frankl n locked through
just ahead of us. Tug Eclipse with schoon
ers Wellington, Milan and City of Towas
just going into the canal, bound up. Met
propeller Mineral Bock here, bound up.
The following vessels passed through tbe
canal on the 24th, bound up- Schooners 8.
K. Kimball, Dariea, Egle Wing, Wyan
dotte, Belle Walridge and Jesse Anderson.
Bound down : T. B iker, F. T. Barry, C. H.
Lft Sanll at 12:30. Met propeller Pewa
bic in Neebish Bapids. Met schooners C.
P. Williams, Gen. 8oott, and four other ves
sels in tow of Tug Peck. Left Detour at
r. it. Passed the Lady Franklin few miles
out of the river.
The Meteor brings 50 tons mineral cop
per from Ontonbgon, 100 ton smelted cop
per from Portage Lake, 100 gross tons iron
ore, 406 packages fish from Ssult, and soma
miscellaneous freight, and 100 paesencers.
Tbe Meteor leave Garretson A Co.'s dock
'or La P inte and Bayfield and intermedi
ate ports, thia (Monday) evening, at eight
Eictdsss Alto CABicaTcasa. A picture
considerable merit of design has been ex
posed a day or two in several of the shop
show-windows in the city, " Freedom's
Immortal Triumph." It smacks of Egypt
somewhat, having a kind'of Spbynx char
acterfair above, foul below. As central
figure in the upper part of the picture
even-handed Justice, a woman with bound
eyes, extending the symbolic sword in
hand, in the other th perfect adjusted bal
ance. On her right is a group of angelic
presences eseorting to heaven, as a spirit
flowing drapery, our martyred President.
On the other side is erected a memorial
monumontand urn, dedicated to our brave
defenders, at the base of which sits a
and marine, weeping, and at their
Liberty, her face at once sad, hopeful
certain of the final triumph.
, Underneath this, a hell is always figured
under beaven and even nnder earth, is
other acone, "The Finale of the 'Jeff.
Die Nasty." In the foreground, like
tree of evil, stand "the sour apple
of the street ballads, and from one of
main branches dangle the body of
D., in all the disgrace of petticoat.
tbe crinoline swing the military
bojts, and one hand grasps in death-grip
dagger, while the laet ditch, as a
grwe, yawns beneath the Confeder
ate ex Preaident
I From another limb on the opposite
of the tree, bang seyeu ropes with nooses
all ready for tbe necks of Lee, Brecken
ridge, Yancey, Binjamin, Toombs, Wigfall
and Booth, who are approaching,
sturdy and defiant, other wailing
gnaahi-jg their teeth, and Booth skulking
with drawn dagger, at the tail of the
procession. In the background are
Libby Prison and Andersonville,
strewn around are skulls and the general
wreck of war.
Of the last and most ridiculous tableau
of th age, Jeff. Davis' metamorphosis
attempt to confuse the distinction of
we have already had many illustrations,
ome full of humorous genius, and a
more plentiful harvest in thia field of
is promised. Mr. Stephenson, at J.
Ryder's rooms, hss essayed with his
pencil two or three meritorious imaginings
of tbe scene, which hav e been on exh
and attracted much attention. While
various print shops of the city have receiv
ed from tbe East a number of excellent
lithographs of the great farce.
! Ok trs RscsrTios or ia Soldish.
General Committee of Arrangements on
reception of the returning Northern
Regiments to be mus'ered out of
here, met at the Mayor's office last
. The Mayor stated that he had not
been advised a to th time of coming
any ef tbe regiments, adding that he
to receiye notification
from Govaraor Brough to-day.
Thecommittee added tbe name of
gentlemen to tbe committee on
Those committees are now composed
It. M. Chapin, Tboma Jones, jr.,
Col. James Bamett,
Col. George B.
Col. O H. Payne,
Col. W. H. Hay
C. W. Palmar,
L. A loots,
H K. Reynolds,
E. 8 Willard,
Dr. A. C. Messenger.
, Amo Towneend,
. ir trrannia,
M R. Keith,
Dr. A. Everett,
H. 8. Stevens,
J. H Cnsse,
B- P. Bower,
J. J. Weideman,
W. H. Truacott,
Wm. Bingham, Col. W. H. Hay
F. Nicola, "
Thomss Jones, jr.,
B But', .
At a farmer meeting it waa voted to
the reception and entertainment in
Public Square, if the tent, propoaed to
obtained, could bs secured. Col. John
Frszee, who waa dispatched to Cincinnati
to obtain said tents, if possible, has
and announces that hospital
enough to accommodate one thousand
at a time, will be forthcoming early
Tbe General Committee adjourned
meet at the call of the Mayor.
Ciosoa Butz This prince of msgician
begin, thi evening, the third week of
highly amtuing performances at Brainard's
Hall. His feats of hand and voice
novel and of the first order of merit,
the tricks of hi canarie are wonderful,
and his presentation of valuable &jts at
close of each entertainment, attract
excite the crowd, and enrich many a
ticket -hoi der.
MEADVILLE NEWS. [Daily correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, May 27, 1865.
Gold, Silts akd'Lsad A Nsw 8a-
tiist On Friday afternoon a telegram from
theoperatoratCoopertown was received by
a gentleman of this place, announcing the
discovery of a vein of silver in Cooperlown.
The discovery was madeTiy" a man named
Larhberton, while enirBgld ia excavating
tir a cellar. Ha also f mod whie saad rock,
anpoeed by all who haye seen it, to eon-
tain gold. The operator adds, that he has
seen the specimens, and kaowa one con
tains silver or load, but is not sure about
tbe gold: j j j ; ? ?. : r ) . . .
Iu the history of Pennsylvania, monlion
is made of the early tettlere of Venango
county finding old furnaces that had evi
dently been used for the smelting of pree
ious metals. Silvsr was also found iu small
quantities by the settlers in ditferent por
tions of the county.
With its wlls of lubricating oil, worth
$15 per barrel, and it loads ol silver-bearing
rocks or quartz (orovidicg it be found
in paying quutities), wbat better or richer
country could man desire than the Valley
ol Sugar Creek? ' But we'll not all make a
rush fr Cooperlown ul Ugr Creek till
furthei d'evtl'-pnicniB ere uinilo.
A Good BtsikA There is report in
town this morning th-1 the well on the
Townley Farm.oa Woud k croek, is flow
ing a small stream of oif aod water. The
owners of thia well think it will produce
fifteen or twenty barrels pir day when
pumpd, and ere making preparation to
pump it next week. In onB.qusDca of this
strike there is great excitomont ia the vi
cinity of the well, and it is constantly
thronged by the curious. This strike set
tle the question of she exiatence of oil on
French creek, of which Woodcock is a
Io a former letter I alluded to this well,
and located it six miles from Meidville.
It is eight milea distant. I W lso in
formed that it was down 250 fuot a slight
mistake of 10 feet. '
A Rush or Esomm. It is estimated that
upwards of 9,000 steam engines, for oil
wells and other purposes; have pssied over
tbe Atlantic and Great Weetern Railway.
The Franklin papers, claim that, at least.
thstnuniber have been delivered at tne de
pot in Frankllni -'
I Ma&KCT. Green peas and cucumbers
have made their appearance in our grocer
ies. They are brought hero by express from
Cincinnati, and, of courso, command a high
Roman CsughY A sharueful.but iu some
points, laughable affair caoie off in this
city on Saturday afternoon. Michael Mur
ray, a bild ruffian, bounty jumper, Ac,
waa one of tbe parties, aud a boy thirteen
or fourteen yar al i, s'.reot hot black,
was another, while pjliceman Liwronce
and a hundred -or two people were the
"third estate." The boy, whoso name we
could not lesrn. tells the following ory,
as gived US by the policeman awd several
other gentlemen who witnessed the finale
of tbe scene : , ,
About three o'cl'ick in the afternoon a
man appeared on Superior street, near the
American Hous. woll dressed, but with
boots somewhat too dusty as-said nameless
youth thought. The boy approached bim
and asked the question usual with gamins
of his profesitiou'llavo your boots blacked,
sir?" The man ssssutsd, and when th
operation wss finished, the boy put him
self in the altitude of one who expects ny
for his work. At Murray made no s:gn of
handing out ths scrip, the boy asked for it,
whereupon the brute toppled him over
and kicked him, and. then passed through
the alley toward Davi' Livery stable.
The boy summoned policeman Lswrence,
who found a largeerowdof people gathered
at the head of the al.ey, all greatly excited
and sympathizing with Ihe gamin.
When Murray saw the policeman mtk'ng
for him, be walked off and presently began
runnine down the bank in the direction ot
the canal, a crowd, increasing at every
atep, headed by the policeman, at his heels.
Passing over the canal bridge, be ran up
the tow-path, but wss so closoly fol
lowed by Mr. L. that he turned and pick
ed up a stone so heavy that he couid
not throw it more thaa a rod. Thi he
pitched at his enemy, who dudged it, and
gave fresh pursuit. ' Running a few rod
further, and feariog he would get a blow
over hia head, '.J Murray again wheeled,
picked up a stole and struck Mr. L. oo the
breast with it. He was staggered somewhat,
but rallied and gave chaae again. "Murray
toon stumbled and fell face-downwards at
the edge of the canal. The policeman
jumped on his back and secured his victim.
He fought fiercely, however, aud it was not
until a hard tussle and aid had arrived,
that this formidable ruffian was dumped
into an express wagon and takeu to the City
Prison. : ..
This man Murray wo sometime ago
arrested for grand larceny ; but the matter
was eettled on coudiliun ho would clear
out and go into the army. This he pro
mised to do, aud enlisted, but juiuped the
Dounly. Ua will be tried this morning in
the Police Court, ou the double charge of
assault aud battery aud resisting an oilicer.
Tua Stat Biluabo Toc"aiiist. Weex
tract the .allowing from the Cincinnati
Commercial's report of tbe proceedings
the State Billiard Tournamout, on Friday
lat, in reference to the playing of the
well known Cluvolaiid billiardist, John
The second rtme was between Messrs
Griffey ai d s'rawley, the game being one
4i innings, in au hour auo 15 miouu-s. Mr.
Griffey was beatea by lio points.
The fourteenth gs'ne was contes'ed by
Messrs. Broea and Frawlny, resulting in
favor of the nrst-nained player by a score
of 3011 to 2r)t. This was a closely contested
game and the wiuuur was bailed witn con
tinued appluune. Mr. Broga's highest run
was (5, and Mr. Krawlcy's 38. Time,
hour and 35 miuuUrs. Keteree, Mr. Cy
relle Dion, of Montreal.
Twenty-four ganits of the whole number
(twenty-eight) were played up to last even
ing. The grand score now stands :
Beatty .. a
Turce -......4 t .
t lioate .. 2 -
Ackrraan - 2 '
Brs - -'
GrinVj . 3
Thus it wiil be perceived that, should
Mr. Frawley win bo. a hie remaining games,
there will be a tie between him aud the
winner of the game to be played between
Messrs. C'hoaie and Ackeroian. The chances
are that a tie will lead to be unraveled
decide the contest for tbe championship.
To Lax Captaiss. The Commissioners
of Ontonsgon county, Michigan, have
ptssed resolutions iu c invention, offering
rewards of $100, $200 Dd $10.0, respective
ly, to. the captains of the first, second and
third veesels, drawing nine feet of water,
who shall first enter toe port of Ontonagon.
Ri H'lvau Oa the fir t ef June tbe Genta
Furnishing Emporium, 136 Bauk street,
will be removed to 141 Superior street, un
der the Weddell House, (the store now oc
cupied by N. . Crittenden,) therefore ex
tra inducements will be offered for the next
thirty daya to all tbe old patrons, and a
many new one as may favor us with a call,
to select from tbe fi uetl assortment of Fur
nishing Ooods wtst ol .New York city.
my8 , Mott A Uaiqht.
BKW-ER On aamrday mo-nlnir, a'tb lot..
S IE, daaghteror bulla A., anldeo. B. eeuttr,
agd fire ywar and five mun La
- Paueral everees at lrtoVlooV thii mornlog.
Had tow's linrlvsllesi S'uotrs Pastedoe
not opentte spon tbe princlp'e orsconrlcg, s does
sowde ed pumlee aone snd pulieriawl charcoal,
bat I. a compound peculiar to ltre f, which accom.
pit he aU U cl&tmt le perform. Po'd by all Drug.
gists. ; ' . mj22;217
We . ' 1 " '
have Ja received a large sleek ef Wees
wsre, whlok h... saatked aowa aboat
par ceai. frcsn taa eta s-rlc .
Also, as asatrtmaat of Tabla Cutlery, Wooden
and Hoatektaplng arttoles tn sjeaeraL
Wa'.IU ait e k rteaiTe crates bast Iran-
Orjctsry, wh'ch we- will es 1 aa.tw-n
oeat low.r to. a has bee cha-ed daring
year, aod ei .r . sowar thaa It caa be
jht for .lapwhera
Mala .aire- o t i Grocery aad "roekery Pepart
a.at, 113 Dovott it-et. For a coipl.Ui -ek rj
floods, call to oar Drv wood. Du part". Ul
Detroit sad lot Pearl streets
Bij'i:!l 1. iTW800nlSUaa.
y, inr ' Hsivy, and far
stvewy wsse. . , , ,
Tte world Is so inasdated bow with ssedlcues of
every defcrlpti m, which wavTaataw ears for
ry knows aad aakaowa snots af dlssw.., that
seffjnr Dads It a moil Isipoaalb'. to dUtlorstah
betwtea good aad bad Coaw ef these wcndeital
laid, prods to sre swry eoetpl Ut known to ths
Materia M-d ea. Ia speaklaf of H.statUr's Bltt
ten, we refer to a prp tratloa which limits itsJf to
department of th. body tha stoaach the if
go'a hka aad 41 wdars of whish it vet ealy
claim, to wa, hot do. I la rapatatma has bs
come wM'.d-wide, and Ir at Ih P.clOo to ihtA
tanllc, In boih hjBispberrs, and la every iafited
a me. it U koowa aad ssspToTed rstned a
i . t " f ' (
Parsons who hay been reprat d'y decelyed per
hap., cannot be eoav'n". that Boswtwr's Btm
wilt effect .ate, ep I aat parsaaaeat cores. .Bat
this assert!" Is siatrsied by testimonial let '.is
(root the mostdittngi-ha. a la taa aosratry.
All who hare oaos used these Bitters keep tbers
sow by th irsite as a ae'efoa-d, balleilng that
"aaonnceof prevention is relfer th.n a poaad o
1 ht digestive organs which have been vio'ettd
and fro) trite! by ex'es Ire dr IrrSgU'sr tadalgrars
of spue He, will b ratorad to their normal eba"
eition by th. ass of thi woaderlal asaaioiae.
Bttj Traveller. - mlJtMaw
To mock the expectation of thewe'K)?'
To frail rat prophesies; and to las. oat
Bottea opinio, who hath writ me down
Alter By seeming, to be past reooT.ry "
Prom that fell destroyer, Cat.rrh, bat by the Jo.
dicwas ase of Dr. O. H Beelye's Liquid Catena
B medy, I stat d here la the tnjoyrarat of perfect
The SfJatma of the WHIte H-nsx". t
is said that Mrs Btovar, a iaah r of President
Juhnsoa, will take charge of the White Hoase, oa
ceonn '. of ths Illness or Mrs. ohasoa. It Is
ie to say that she will do hoaor to tbe Presiden
tial man loa, nor that, ia somaany with many
O'hua-nsiMe ladles, she will hereafter patronise
th. popular estab Uhment of Jacob Fiack, mesa,
fact irer ana sealer la H p Skirts, Corsets, aad
La'le.' Fancy Goods, Mo lis fnperlor street, ar
dartt American. Thirty per neat. Is sated by
who purchase, . ssytT
, A act lorn Bale PosKpoaresmeait. Th. sale
or thirty- . Banding Lots on Cart arena
Lymaa street, to ht'e bees sad at auction by
Cotter A Son oa Pstorrtay, Bay S71B, is aaaaelda
ably pss'poed until Saturday, Jane Sd, at o'clock
P.M. Seeadsertleeavas. myxlll
Lsnib'a Kmttslts; kssveblar. 9ms
TaitmraaT Th greatest lavenMoa cf tha
Narrows th. toe. halts th bail, eompbu la
picee. Will da .11 that It Is promised to do la
ircalars. Call oa or sytdreas, with stamp, A.
J HNS JX, i I) Superior st , Clevsland. mii7:'l
NomethlBK Hew. Mseers. BJc A Allea,
Philsdelphla, have, atgrea' expeaaa, pabtleh t
arrl of oteel En) raTtng of ear Celebrated Men,
such as Grant, Sheridan, Sherssaa, bi gel, Roee
crans, Butler, Li nooln end Lady, Washington
Lady, A:ch Bishop Bugm. Daniel Wtbeter, Hen
ry CI ty, As , makisg a list of some twenty or thirty
1hee bea Iful Engnyings ar oa exhibition
Critchley'a, IB Superior street. were th y am
sale at the ow Sgnr of S3.S0 each, for frame,
and erery thing aecesstry to their final
io th parlor.
We not only olalm to hay th beet picture,
we olaim to sell It at las p ic tha Jo caa
a poor picture, which will nsvir be setis'ec
tirj toyonraalfor othets. Call and sea them
D. 8. (KlrOHLKi'd MCBI0 STOBB, who
Uenrral Agent tor Horthera Ohio. Good sgenta
wanted to canvass. Apply a bov. mj26;114
ywtlee to nnlpisera of rrelBbt.
The new. staunch nd eleraal steamer Meteor,
Thoa. Wlboa, Mter, wlU lea re ear Dock fcr
Point and Bsyfleid and Inte rned te porta,
Monday, May xsth, at ( P. M. . ,
for Ireight or paasag apply to
OABaKTBON a CO., AgtnU,
mj'i6:215 Ho. 1 Biter .treat, Clevlad,
Aatther I ixse of Victoria Caps Jo tree
vtaatftl-Thrre Srst-elas Milliners, t
Hatvhin.', S6B.aerst. .. myiasis.
rMs half the soD and half lb work.
worth mora than all th washing macblrea
inventrdt Sold b Draggist and tirocer.
for IMltwooft rPaskiai Crystal. W. U POBTSU
Agent, I0f Bant strort . , -r - - myrStdaW
ITCH. WniSATON'8 ITCH.
8CUATCH. OINTMENT: A BCB4TCH
Will enra ths Itch ia aoars akw cares
Rheum, Dicer, Chilblains, and all Eruptions
theSkla. PriesnOeeata. By sanding SOeeat
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington St., Boston,
be forwarded free by mail. Por sale by ail
Bvaowa A Aaasraova, Cl.Talaad,
kr Northern Ohio. mhlttsl
OU Pax-fa ry rmr rsttle. The sbrlber
to sell bis factory oa Canal and Ohio
with the land and buildings, being pleasaotly
com Dart and uuaeeali atry aiiaaa.sl.-
about fifty barrels pat day. Immediate
inren Ifreoulred. B. PBbTUN.
Ciaeelaad, Pab. 14. 186.
g l.OOO rsrd.-T Btor. rssrd will
given to any person who ea furnish a
for Oonghs, Colds Whooping Ce,h,
and Coo.nmptioe, which is equal to Dr.
Melliflaous roagh Balsam. This
will ear the hnv oamuialt also spitrJog
blood and Bight swea s. Oa bottle kt
for any one le t y. Th worst ease ef ohro-ile
etngn, sthma, whooping cough aod primers
of coosuaiption ar saied by Pr. Btrkk''
Congh Pa sam. It caa bs Bad at
Benton A rnaam, Agent, develaad. O.
L B. U1LS, Banker,
8. vOYImSMKRT Mil AG KIT.,
Ill Mwperlor ftC
BuaerlptHwS reoatTe to th
UT 3-10 PKB Cbjtt. aJID 10-iff' KATIOBA1
. Loam. . .-.
lOoo, mtsaloa allowed to Swrjsnrlbara.1
8. Bond, ef lat, -, lO-to",
Motea and all other Voter. sset fenwrltss
and for .ale oa tbe moat fa.orebl terma.
Oold, Sliver, Ooupon and Oaaada wwaay
and told at beat rates, Depomla raeeive .a
lections made at all aunsmlb pot.ta. u
funda converted at lowest rata.
4 CA.DKMT OT MUSIC ,, , ;'
PBI0I8 OtVADMlBSTOK. ' '
Dram OlmU aud Perqaetta 60 cants; Scented
to Dress Olrcls, 76 seats; Pamlly Circle, fro
Gallery, as neat; Privet Bases, fa asd
S'U1 aeam In Prrrat Boa. SI.
aur Colored fieraoae will, aad r no drcn
be parmi ted ta oceoey aeats ut any ether
of tbe hooae, sa.e ihe Gallery. Admissive
Dooi open t 7. Certain liana at 8.
TBB eltKtT AMBI04 OOMIDT,
Aod th- cetebrat d -fsewh l- ra.
el tNi'B at Bl'ihOKITA ZIMBrfrS..
Th'. (Woodayy avrnrag a, aata, will
rated Mra. Jsatsmaa's lab rated C rnwdy.
John nnlt -Hr. B'lslar Mary-Mrs. SfB. Ell-iler
To cooo'n-le with two grest dnl.h Daoeea,
HinwQKl ta AWD maWOB ZtsJEt
AST EIX MIGHTS, -i
AT BWAINABD'S HAL-,
' SICNOR BLITZ.
Will e ve away BlftlKt wort ef Preseat.
.olid Oo4 Pateat Lever Watebe li SI4
Pa" nt Leer Wateee.. aud 80oM aad Slreee
Adm ss'o Ba certs Greed Matte,
Wtdiesdty and oatorday aftsraata at half
EYE AND EAR.
Or. J. B. BleCsMisslla
EYE it EAR INFIRMARY,
Ms Hwpesrla Bs.. Ctsiviilatia, O.
MtiBS ... .
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL
BavcaoAT Bvaaiiea, Msy XT. 1SS4.
Gotd mm vr taady in - Iffc aj, ad
oar dlspatcbea report a qutwtts rket. in.cjo.iag
rataastrnatleraoea Board waa 13. in. snip
maau to day were ovsr on million sight hundred
thousand dollars, an daring tie week near, j two
asd s half millions.
Govetamenf Stocks are steady, but tb market Is
ra fnrqo4t. Holdeis generally an raporttd to r
very m In their viewe, ard tLare la U'.tladi'posl-
tlon to aril at carrent r.t s. . (
The War h been tinew d between the bulls and
bears on Bilway Btockl, and the laltsr hammered
ike market ssrety to-day, prod.clns a marks
dtc'lm' ot n st of the road. The prospect of ma
larial ly reduced earnisgs f.r all lha railroad, tu
Museaaeoce cf the aalrstaai r agnation
oper.ta. favorably for tha aeare, tea tney are aia-
poaeal utatetlmeiy saan;ageus il
ia relauea to tea rubdc. in X ia ao mm
die, th Mew Yoik Timaa v'.ra the followlag a
slsr i -1 v n 7 t ' '
Tk. uv w.w..r. snail Id not ha arw' y
the uaamodso a.mua.uaiiou. ef tha on.! in g Jld,
Dttdu e or m rch-nJia.. B- prtnlroe. .nd pa
il- Ce th' j can IsHI the afhsmt. f tee r pe a
ters. -.SSevaoalitadnaa aain a I avoi-laOl. al-
paavlta-as fur fsauiy Mi(.p i.a-s a -
The pr.a.ct .'ioao- cmiae ciai v.lnf.l. m-a-surarTly
Set t on,. Cd win apeedllr "
aaaia ana vricwa oi aiiaw-t- ' , .
ilgly ana UU Ua acaana, wid uadoubkdli
paruuipate ia tLe taeyiiaoi. rtiacM u.
Th. hew Tork p-p. report moaey aoanoan.
among bmker-, and artle. nnw Jling to accept 6
psrunt. for thttr balances ai ngirctea oy sor
rowers. ' There Is cortiience in financial circles
that low Tatea ol interest must prr.au
time to eoms, as the supply of currency for tem
porary us will belarg.ylnrTred by the army
payment., w hi. h will rapidly Sod Its way to the
cvmm rlal center..
The Hew Yoik V im- a say. the rroposllioa to pay
effthetntire public d-bt of the Tnttrd States by
tbe lamellate voluntary coatri -utmns ef the Urge
tai p.yrr. of the eoontry dlrided by 16O.01O
shares cf dO,oTOeach attlaels a good deal of re
macklnlh.tcll.anl t-eglus to be datasad wta
ib . 'ha BeraldpnblihsslltofthCBwhohav
already VgeiSed fhair wi linsness to sassertbe,
headed by Commofor Vaad.rbllt, their aggregaU
ofle Inn. auHolio g to l,100.X.
- Th weal money market ccsstlnnes extremely
quest, sCareeiy anything ksisg done In th a.y of
dMeoani tar the past week, and busUeas In other
raspeeU a. tug on very limited Mala. Sachaaga
eoatlaoas do-, and any eonstdVraKa demand
woudreanii ahlmtnts o aarrtney, as there Is
aoneof c neequencs making through trade. Tha
rata are aaoted firm at per bajing aad;(toa
premium sslllug. .
Tbedrra.rd for tha new Seveu-thirths it thi.
market coutlunu mgr. Th agrgat. Ihrngh
dut th. country, hwwerer, U Iu roaau g slowly. It
Is understood the notes wi J bi realy for dellreiy
some time next wetk. '
Mercantile circles here'contlue dull ad heavy,
nd the.esett'ed condition of the marker Past
Increas-eth dlsp:.lt!on of parti s to hold oft, bolh
a. bny-rtand aoihr nntil torn, turn is taksn thnt
will be more dtnnite th-sn tbe pretent stand still.
tnder prewnl circusa.tar.cet sellers sre reluctant
to make .a h eonc sston as woa'd be necessary
bring cot tuy r, while the latter are persistant
mainteiuirg their Hews 'or low.r figure.. There
ware no r eported transactions i Flour to-day ex
cept In retail lots, but holders were Sfrklng the fig
ure obtained o Priday, which we quota. Wheat
wasd i.rj little r.qos , and declined fjie. Corn
old t an advance of !(dr3ln the morn ior, bat
olosed dull aad krl ai Hrm. Vt wer. without
sale aad held eau'tjellf at yee'erday'a quotalton..
In Preiistoif w. iota d dine of 11,00 ou Neu
Pork, etber kinds ru leg etesJy. eitbwlnes
to il.oo to day, elt sing mer Tte Gro
cery market m trm st quotall-ns, dtaarsgaaer.
ally rrpo- tiua d stead- bwiness.
Thefolrowing w-r. the receipts and shlrm-nts
at this poi 't by KaMroad, Lakaaad O.naJ of lead
ing article durieg the tweety-fcar boars ending
asatvan o'clock tai. mursisg:
Ariclee. : Beceind.
' ais, bq ...
Plea twsd, . ba
Hi. f, V w......
p.. k. bin..
Butler, D .
t pp.e, hh
1 lsh. ha'f bl.ls .
1 ie bore, halM
Calt e. bead..
Hieirp, hea. -
Petroleum, Hi S .
I 0.1, tons w ....
be Is and epikes, It....
To P'r, bblp ..
Lamner, fit . ..
hs. g'ea, M ...m . .......
1 aih, a. ......
fait, bb's :
Hoary Market May 87.
' st Tauoaaea. '
Haaev-Mor. actlv. at S HI et.
KtrrlibK IvactattiiBe bieady and stesdy
iioo cswSca- Oui t and without rhante. eneolnir
13ia, drcltiin to 13o4, a trancing toUea4
ctonnir at YSi.
jMverssssteit HtssTka tniet aud firm.
T ta1 ejp.r aef sreure to day. SIJos,IK8.
fer tha nk, $i,S,M
Ctpyier Btwclia) Play 17.
sr TKLtoaar. 1
Price ef Uinta fttockx MS In Bnatoe to-dsv
Central no bid; tApver Palis 1M4: Hma ock
Franklin Mi Huron 4Ui lal. Itojali si
sola 17 !UKkland44; euoerlor no bid.
SaUonal Bunk of Cleveland.
Asn PlHOtciAL Aosnr or tub CsiTsn otatsb.
Special Agent for the Sale
tHe 7 3-10 Xotes.
- Ptve per cent. Legal Tender Note, received
paymentof same with aroraed lntereet.
aud noid at btit r.ta ap2
0. A. BIAD, O. W. W00DWOSTB, T. U.
A. READ & CO.,
5 SUFIillOk ST. UuEVtl.AND, OHIO,
Auihorllid Sibacrlptron Agent lor th
, 7-30 LOAN.
lb otl commisuivAD .il)sd to fenkj
Baukerk who buy tu tit iwia.
GOIiD. S1LVIS, COCPO'S. EI1HSSI,
. GAXAQA 3 tlnCuhKUT KuXET,
Bex aad sail ali d(oriptlon of
GOVERNMENT EON OS.
. waWalo buy and sell on Commiaito all
of Stock, end B3nt at th. N. Y. Sto-k E
A II ore -ce by mail or expreas promptly filled.
- .-fn araiwn" w
Daily Jstevlcw or I be Cleveland wnule
SaTraesT Ivaaiae- May ST,
. Frelg-UJJ Tha tollovlng are thj rata, by
faUam) aad lull from thA port to Nlw Yoik
Betoa, . All Ball reus are fite cen s high r.
. To Maw York. Pint class: S1.17; Uooond
11,10; Thud Clare : (Cc ; fourth claas: 60c.
ll.ou; Wool, 11,74. '
To Boat a P rat class: 11,33; becond
',CM j Third cla s : eso ; r'ourth class : 66c.
faossr Trnsaetons to-day' we'S on'y In
lots. Tne market la moderate'y firm at $7.Z5j70
for good to choree XX red ; 8,26-ge,j0 for do
WTieats BtII, heavy aad '. J.c lower.
cars w 1 Tp'sdo red from s'or- at Sl,6
Cssrm Dnli, hut firmer. Sala 2 cars
from sn-rs at C2gi3c.
. fssatss 9o sal reported to-day, the
Closing qa'et st n35tc aaktd.
jgwe Bo snlea repurted and market nominal.
ftmriey Inactive and nominal.
Frn. Dwllnad 11,00 t bbl. tales 15 bbU
packet! mrts st Ji'.ro.
Irftavt In mejerate tequest at 19.a0j for
rendered la Heroes and kegs. Country mftdeselliog
Is small way at 16c.
Basobeal 5Tpta Fair demand aud steady
citj cured meats at the following prices:
cured hams 33o for canvaaaed and o for
rasatd; plalahanjs'SOc; bacon 18c ; shoulders
dried beef 19c forcanTeased and 19 for nncanvasaed.
S.le 1&00 lbs sugar-cured and SOVOSii plain
at quotations. '
M JtwefSclling la a small way at
for city packed.
Bsiltsr D mend moderate. Se.eB of
jr.me Western Bea-rv. at o :
rajga Steady, sale, e cms ai roc.
(TbevsMt Dew Cheese la good reqntst sad
(hanged at H17C.
Hlahwlwest Doll butd cldedly firmer.
a-kinx 12. OO, but there wu no disposltloa
press sales at thi. flgure.dealerskavingconfidel.ee
that higher prices will prerall.
AtooEtot Market quiet aad steady. Held
f4,OO0,O4 for SB par cans. Ventral Proof
(S lu,20. Oologn BpiriU, 9 per cent , f
Petreleum-Ths maraa quiet snd
as T08T2C for retnad.
. rical Apple) Tlis intrktt is dafl at
pay tor pecltaae.
ataliMW i n laira.mana ana semng at
70s for peaehbMWa by Ihe car.
UtBtt Faslh In good request snd steady.
vatwl half MU . 1 Wnllensh st M.TS; SO half bblsl
Ho. 1 Pickerel at 8 et) ; amlt M aemaf aa
t,0O; 15 half bbls Mo. X Trout 7,7; 10 half bblti
Shad r,0. . .
Wrooerles-Th. marks dtsirag wsek a
ruled steady sad arm. d-alwr reportlsg vry lew
dungs from last week' quotations. IB pricw
st tha cl.s te-4y ar a lolw :
I Yellow Ooawe
ft uit Coaaa.asJw.sJO I
Hew V. O ,
,J1 -! 3"
rugByaoa..f Wl 00
.unpowdav 1 Si 10
"aaala ..f t"-)' " PPPei"
t ore. ,,,, I Closer
rimanto- 3So I "a
' rtra roaM raorr,
Bakriaa Layer, pa kwa, slew,
" . MB.
OeLand's tThnmlcal, V
Sold Hadaa, t B-
. I.parnal. 11
I Black 1 '
m ti togi ea
tin a or
a Art & 76.
' 0 - -0
a i - vr
M - 6
Whit untarw." w-
Pure, " .
gpm-Markal Mdy s ta..uo . ,
Clavelaad Ckamlsal, 'iwm
Olareleod Bosi allfe
New Tork Chemical "
AmrriranCaaltlo " ti. iL
r .rUu Castile
Cermaa White sad Mottled, V .
Uaoted at tha aiUowing rates :
J , ....a IMS TS
" " a Uiis or
, S 0xli
r . ir. Kaakae. ss aoa.
Cudtm-eHearlne c ; Star Sf : Mould 1
rtaisIafalr demaad aad firm at th follow-
lag prices i
Plcksrel, per half 001
Trout, per half hbl
Macterel He. 1, hall bbl
Cod Georgia Bank, per rwt.
led. Marble Head, per cwt .
3 orwstu M
JO Oiks 10 oO
S sons) IS
1 su a 00
BWI-l H.,Haa. bbl UWia.w
Waadra WsreThe market I stesdy, wlUx
fair basineas doing a', th following price:
Bitra Tubs Wdos f 1 0 I Churns, No.1
hal " " is 00 1 " No. " WW
5,, . - 1 TO - 3 1IW
. . a na 1 1 to I WSFhhoarda, M '
. - in ml Hairaa.hela.pald. 0
P.1K Shaker T 00 1 e.e-1 r-, -
'alia, 1 hoop ijlo'spin, mfa H'
Pails, S " l
Oa rums ef leas than IIC0, fire rer cent is dde4
to abov prlre.
ssievea Th following sr. the llat vrtiwe ft box;
of 60 feet-selling here leas Sre per cent :
Pirst quality, 8110
Olhs We-retlas quotation, a fo'tows :
Whala, W. B
soerm, VT. B
, 1 s
I leaeed. It 18 I
lrd 11 Vl eO
Bank 1n I strait
Hoeufoot 1 SO 1
ajidets Th market la du'l. Th following rJ
th eiosing quotations :
Dr.. - M !T
Oreen. trimmed. fU cared. TYt
Hsn 'is m
. 1 IVir.nil STin
LMsllier Market doll at th fallowing quota
Slenihter Brtte. D
'ranch C.lf .
, 84 IS
1 wtl Ht
so a oo
Piaisaed Heavy Upper. do. 3 004 00
srlHlstme Msrk.t steady and dim at tb
following qnotall.a :
n Hiiii.ni.iM Sin Of)
BerM, lar.e sis.. :or mac-bin sh (...... i0 0
Black Hirer, UtTge,
Hay Th market during Ihe week has been
well Up led, aad th demand g'd. Price for
Iooh o wago hav rah-d .0 so $2,00 lower
..... ... . A I ,
thaa last week, aed ba ea is quoiem a. v.
s,l to $a,0O We quote tor i.-day . Loo-, goo
:o co or, p.r ton, ll3,0si17,CO ; Baled, da do, pec
ton, 1 3,0025 00
i! tMeady. Iiai,10. Ooarss and Groan
M otxa Ptrm. K.w Vo.k Stat 4oi9S0c, acoorda
,gu,.,al:ty; Ohio 2530.
asHta cteauy. voj .-t - -
WboIesHsle Iross bb Arnll HarBet.
SATvanal, May 27, lsea.
Cleveland, Brow A Co., muafactnni an
wholesale dialers. No. and SI Merwin street,
report a decline this weak of a f) It oa Iroa and
SE c per keg oa Kails. There Is a good steady bua.
aeas doing ia Iroa, aad ths demand Br nans ia ua
excess of the supp'y. Ths market clcsei Bis at
nAT bab mow.
IX to by to I Inch, per
I to by 1 to IK Inch, "
l., tol'iby to Hiach, " -1
tolJay 6-iouic. -aoasa
to I by S-16 to Inch.
Wo. 10 to 17
No IS to 21
Ho. V and b
No.27 , , ,
Over 28 inches wide, cent extra.
ind up to Wd..
.1 s s
nd aad Td.
td aad 6d
Term eah la Mw Terk Bx'hang par,
funds par in CleTeland. A discount f S per seat,
Is math) U remitted tm reorlpt of IntoiJa.
atoae dk fieasfMa' Pratliw ataraiel M
Tb followlag ars th rata oharad by a
( silverness Hstssaa "
serited stusrf w a-
f.rsotsJaeis tingar-enrad 1 SH
Hianoss (t Smok.-d Sides V S
xarrt Prrme leaf kettM-rad'd la bhlaoa trea.l
Prime ksaf kettle-radr'A la keg 9 ..U
Park Bo. 1 meat bbl. Is5
Bltr dear bbl Ml M
ear No extra anerire mad fee package, ev oar.
are to railroad depts or boat. All article, era
warraoted strtetly prim, and equal ta eayUBJi ba
ta Btas. ursar promptir s.
BOSI A PBBHTW8.
ee-B. Bos. Iaa. 1M and We Ontasio alraet.
mew tokh Utratur May 27.
rttosi-HeTy aud lower. Sale at 13 tor
rtwtsr Hey aod lit lower.
Salts at t 70a) 86 foe extra Stat; $7 15eT SO)
estra roa.d boos Ohto; S7 35.aK U0 for trads
branda. M.rk-t closing heavy, wi.h ao bnym t
WIstisKjr .atcderstely act! re and deeldedTy
higher Pales weet-wa at fx OOia'd OS, c1i.il e, with,
no aeliers uner f 1 OSdt 10
Vt hests u .tat aad wi'boat daeleed obange
t:orm ejerrc. aad s4 better, rja.es at soyaoVJ
for n w mla.d western.
arista-Mor actlrs aad decided'y firmer.
I. trtsiemrm- Dull at 3ie for crude, oO for re
fined In bont; i7ue fur free.
e.arlaBeavy aad leas sattva.
Ha", at f 3 (vara X- lor new men, eloaiog at
13 rrgu ar way; i Tendril Oo lor lw- do
cash and regular way, eloe-ng at 81 00 cash;
(is uo ior prim.; Si 00ai8 so for prime Bas
ils), 4aA0 'bis aewmeas lorJoxs snd July, seller'B
cpii , at ta "J-iWat 76.
Beeif HnmsaFlrm. SaU at SSS nn!?? so.
Cat HeotwHaaTT. Sal at 11,1Jc fog
shomd.rs; l&ojtec r heme.
Aiiarom t ull aed nt mlsal.
latrts-Qilet aud st-ady. Hales t 18180.
Buller Uuiet at af.g w for Ohio, and S7i30
Citeeme rnil t lftejlTc.
IllPrAIXJ MABJUKT May S7.
BV wwi waa.aw
Floor Dull aod aacbanged
Warn la only modar-ta milling demand.
fia'e. ambe' Michigan at SI 87: A. 1 Chicago
rprtng (lis; while Kentucky Si IX-
Corm Ptrm. fnae Sr. Bo. 1 mixed 70c; inf.
rirCampl-stec; wHte 7fta78e.
Oetut- opened at toe, and dessd with sales to
for western. .........
fJetrte-v- Small raUt at tlx.
VVblnky Peld at S3 fSav 10; no sale.
avstai Frvlvaas T Ksw Tork, wt 1
a lie; com Uum; oat . J4'j8. To Albany, atra
Lske Imprtsl Plonr 13,278, wheat H,(W8.
S asnail a orta Flour l,o46 bbls; wteat 'A),.
SCO Ho, rorn 46,490. oats II, 31.
Hill ytuemta By canal. Soar '1)1 b' ls.wh.at
a 1.U5 bn. oora i71,J-6. oais X6Sr ti, barley 47,
67, rye eS.sso.
OlffCU HAKHKT- Bsy 27.
Wlomr Steadv end In goed emnd. Salrssi
J7 24 tov No. 1 sprier. 17 76 ar ld w'aUr, tS 69
ad '6 for white; aoa to foe XX.
Wbeat-Mi better Baas ho. 1 Mllvante
club at SI 3, and l.l' bo Mo. 1 do at J 4 .'a I 4J.
4'orm- Qnht at TOaTSe foi mixed w atera.
Lake StnrMsrtw e-en.
kbtpmratt-By Bail, 133 bNs flour, 1,000
wheat. To Montreal, 000 bb Sour
AOUT OS Ct-I Vtl-AJIU.
tmr Mcrsrnz Star, Vlger. Detro:.
PppAeon. Muat. Wontreai
Ba k Mamillon, Moeee. Buttal
Bark Wm Jorw. Atdrews. Buffalo
nchrlmperor, Croat n. Toronto
r-cbr M.ry Coiline, IMson Buffalo
Bcbr a Bart, Speer, Buff.'
Scow G anrilla, Iwnnolly, loadeaa
8 tmr Motnng Star, Yir, Detroit.
Prop Porumoota. Hewtt, Baffalo
Bara MsasUma, Moera ftarqoetta
Schr Ciphae, koUiwll,Marq,utt