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BUSINESS M ENW ANTED To
lxtt -- fiitorde or .h BitcblM Portrmlta of
XIN OL" -r.i W eillNS 2i ; ih
cn' 8 tH KDff--'(..r of ubjU od h sf-mj-tr,
BoBDOO m. fq bath, Christ bt-vwoC 1V Chil
U n. ud oibr tirt.t c'sm w . o" rt. Oar worfcj
sroAllpHniT-d ly th SABTA1N8, -ho it--,
tb hwd o! tri-ir pr j'enMfon. od t ofllciwt r-em-nt-nl..ti'-
tortbw- IW tc p r(ctM. Tbot only
Wt4 e.ppty bn r rpibl Of-AT ATT Of
from uu t ) t-'.if. Ptot"1 p)ictiM -11 4eair
' ed ad IfioC K. H Ki ON, Joku.' Biiek, b-w
i- . , a A M (, n . B SB
. bids (.. ir m UM ""T" -"--a
on tA'.urdar. MuutU Tued, the 3 J. 5 h r
yANT.D A. good Finish-, (Kabfcar
and Pol tvar), oaoeaatome to Pimm Fort
and Mefwlenn orkprttecit, J 4 E C f and GOOD
MAN. 196 Ontario t. Jnn:ti
E LAGS! FTAG8I Of all fisM, ttftei,
ni anaiiH" Sf k. Bnntluvor MmIIh. Fimn
to4bis ih ft o If ,orth. Swod for clrcul rf.
INFORM ATION WAN TKD -O mctan
in Gonrn (. fr-kim?, mr rB, bar btwta 18
-d It e-yf me, -th i i-ft h m on tha 19th of A nrit
ltt A'tv I 1oriitioD core rning bira, arirer1 to
in at Olena, H-irnt, Oonoty, Ofcto. will o Uort if
rwtd:-i, aa afford tniiib r imf to n ' tir a . pa
rtLti i.Ji.d3:21'j LKOKVKI) BK.I NJiEB.
TWKNTY-FIVK CORDS OF .VCE
F R SALC i'h oriTHefO of rtma.nln.r la toe
hou-w tli tini7li'. A ppij at officael ALCAH
SC'FI KLP and CO. Jun3:217:
T ANTED By a dishreed officer, a
ritaat on Bonk keenr. Atiataot Book-k--
r, Eitrf or ifpcior CI -rk , Id city or country, fia
bad g u month' up rietic av fcVok kter"" tfo'a
rDtMnuff tb T'ce. itolaroncoi givD. AUdren 0.
H. M , -6 llu'Q a it. Jnn3:
TO $200 FEK MONTH Aobbtb
Vi'tBD-To caitTaw P niinlraota. Mlcbi-
ni ti(! Inntana. rr a Hoax Mm of Itiocoln, Bo-trc,
wi1tch nl Rftldw n, I nblinhri, and U-oolo't
Port rat cab uet-ize, rnblisbMi br troiridr and Co.
Tb W f bud m t perfect likeooM not Ham
a-ot to an? addr.ti, ia ab t, oi receipt of ,00.
Jrirnvfi, il d-sira-'i. at the loveat wboleaala prioa.
Addre. jAiliiJ GILMOifE, 14 itnoca t , Cl'a
land, 0. JnL3:D
FOI'ND 'oinier Uor; cao b foond at
M Merwta tr;t, by aroTiog proteityft d paying
Cbrer Jonl :215
("OH 6aLK Two very Am Horvet,
thiva aM:ond bi'l BoffslA. nod one ainffto Har-
luauua oi XI. 11.
I ENGINE AND BOILER KOrt 8 ALE
J Complete ar.d rradr for imnrdiaU drUrery.
Ifoeonotife Bailer, 42 thre-luch 8 ia.
jm.l:2l 4 JOHN ATA&, Oantf t.
sell tta hfst mt of Sta I Eoffravinci ever Imed
ta Ihis coantr ; am- ng thm am Grnt, Liaoolo,
Bb'roran m and, in .act, all cur proaitatit
twu. itO 'T day 4-an'ly m -d-by eDrf-tic mro.
Call Obraddrta D. 8. iKlXCttLAlT, 162 Snaartor
t., ior firtmr prt-c 'an jonl :i 4
1?0 K ti A L K. Farm of 00 crt of Land
in Kaat 1 od foraal, or axcbaoin f.rcty
rtv. A 1 improved a-o w 1 wura. Aboat
ft- mi leu rom iht Pnt ic Saore. t the had of Hu
r -tro-. la jutre of J. O'DCKFT. or M. POW
oS, Onnimitb, curuer bupenor and Uaioa atraaU.
WANTED At New England Hotel, a
Kood woman for a-cuud cooa. Alao, oae food
waiter. Acpijr imv di tol.
mj3ili COiTAjjapd BBAMLIR, Prop'a.
WANTED A yourg man, familiar
with rr oft t kinds of offio work, w1sbt pnaloy
moot ai a copvMt ora.oouutaDt. Adira K. 11
W.," Leader ofljjB. my 31-81 7
DUY LUMBKR FOE BALE
loo.rmo fet t camwon Bnard.
S ud 2- urb Pabk.
Also, a lot of Pm anrt White-wood fibtnflea.
M ill be so.d law to nikr room.
my 223 H Kit VET, BOUSTIBLD A OQ.
tUANTED-A mn to run a Wood
Vf Plaor. bt a y m"Ioyrant t a rood mn.
wy:-J:7 HEKVtV. B jL'bfHLl and CO.
PORTABLE ENGINE FOB SALE.
X Miten Hras r-oal Oil TCnglDe o hnnd and for
ale low. Apply to HAH WELL. WiiiGilT and (X).,
bcio'a Worka, CtrcUTtilti. O. my2:216
WANTED- A Girl to do general houte
work io a prtTnU &m.Uy. Apply at No. 223 8n
yerQT rtwt, tip aim. my 6
IL BEF1NKRY FOE 8AJLB The
Oil Bffinerr an1 otbnr aronrtT at Ttmelir.
Smith and Co , n Irwin Flats, will b o!d at oO
1k aal , on thpr'TUMHi, on the 5tfa day of June next,
comuieDc.iig at 1U A. AL. Trnw cb.
J. bMlTH -nl
myrsM H. BOWLY.Bor. Part.
LOST Oa Superior or Ontario ttreett, a
black lao Tb ftnr will h mitablr ra-
wardtit tb V. ri. i-xpr-w ofBoe, Bank t. my 18
(OST On Sunday evening, Hay 14tht a
- Pockt bout, 'ontainirg thirty dollarp tSO and
10 (fre -aback. whoeTer will return it to tbta office,
vru Waiout at., aba I bwiottabty reward oQ. my 18
F)H 8 AXE THE LARGE DOUBLE
Hona. 3ft nd Proapeot street, ntitab e for a
boardinff hnaae. Tenne aay. Enqalre of OONWAT
W. N'lHLK. at th- ftioo- Packoa Wobla. frUrT
FOR TAB LB STEAM ENGINES.
JOHN P HOLT, Mtnafactnrerof Por ablea far
Oil nsho t notice, aodonband for aale, flnt
cian A.r?inea. Corner Columbus And Ootr at.,
CI Te'und. myl7:21
tfin A MOW Tail Agkjttb Wajttkd
Vl'' (TnryahAre to Intro aoe tbe improTed
tiHi w and uu tM Family ttrwmo Macbiwe, the
ONLT low pnt f jiacbiue id tbe country which im U
CKNnrd ot OroTt-r and bHku, Whaler and Wileon,
iiow. HiD-r and o.,aoi Batcbelder. ALLOtbT
Biacbiu-a uuff auld fur 1m tbaa lorty dollats are ia
nitik.uzsi, and the aelkr and oa-r liable to flna
aod i:npriaoum' t. halary and -xpfnaea, or large
cnmnoiMttiK, a luwnd. li i artrittwd circu araeentfr e.
Addrea SHAW Jt CLAKK., Biddtdord. ilalne.mll-235
7A A MONTH I I "WANT AGENTS
I V erirywbere. at tTO a Month, expenaee paid, to
4I FntHu Artici, tbe bt-at a-II ng ever offered.
ull aartictilars tree. AdUraa Olid T. GABRT,
Uid.ie or J, Ma do. my i 1:235
AT A BARGAIN. FOB 6 ALE. The
Subscriber ofVm f-yr fata reaideBoa, aituated
two aod half mitea from ibeCoort Hon an, in a very
deai raLle local :ty. The Lot covert tea aod one half
pjcre o oca4ioly chuioe land, and oootaina an
abundanoe ol fchmbberv: Baapberry trees and
Strawberry Pa"ta; O: a a Vloe (a good assort utit;
good Orch-iri five years old. consisting ol s wards
osevenry Ap le, Penr, Plumb and Cherry Trees; al
so a onmb r ot Qnince trwa, all of wbtoh are last ba
ginning to bar. Tue tiouae is brick, yearly new,
oun aiuin sev-n lofty rooms. Tbe barn, Oarrlage
hons. Cow flhedb, and other oat-boBdl gs, are n a
good condition. Altogether, It is a very desirabla
Midence, aod will be sold cheap tor csMh or long
credit, as parti- d sire. JCnqmr-st left (it. Olair at.
mtrf:'3 JOHN ALB.XAN USB.
(VM WON El ADVANCED
f JUJOU ia mmii to suit at tbe old stand and
well-known w1 AUNktt'3 LOAM OKK1CI, an 8ecn
ritiea ol every kind, vis: Gold and Sllvar Watch ea,
DLamonda. 8itvsr Wra, Jewelry, wstns. Pistols,
CloUiuiK, Lry &iods, Planus, aelodeoos, and all per
sooal prorty and articles of value, on the most sat
isfactory terms. Business strictly private. Estab
lished KU. N.B. A variety of unredeemed watch
es. J wrlry, Guns, etc.. or aale at bargains.
OtBce corner of Wtr snd tuperlur streets, over
Psv s A Peixutua Clotoititi Store.
rrt-V J. '. W WiOVVR.
M M. K, FHftHTOH.
(Baooessor to C. G. Bmoe A Preston),
Army ana Aavj culm Agent,
Ofliee No. 1 LymsksVa Blsck
if ear Court House, on Pnblic 0uara, Claraland, O.
Weoolleot Penstona, Bounty, Book Paj, Prise
Vonev, and all other War Claims.
afcsr Our 8pcial Agent resident St Washington,
D dotes bis eut re tme to the soil act ion ot
OrriCEss At oocwTs, procuring Ositiftoatas of foa
debtedneee and cbtai(ng py.
assr- ses low. No charge until we here Accom
plished wbet we nndrtake.
tjerman i.stiguawe spwken. pl
D. W . CAGE,
Attorney t Law, mmt
Antborlzed War Cl&Ia Ayent
Orrm 16S Rcnsiom Sr., Ounun, O.
itumi i. Penfffoba, CoHcts Bofinti., Bk rf u4
Prix. Moiej, .Ed Prowcnta Wkr OUtaa
of every daacriptlos.
V My AvouUte .t Wubi>ra riweyitun
kr stlxntioB to tb w.tl.Mt ti OIWMMMlf
mr All prrxwa lutTlng GlaiM Miat U. Bat
trnmrat ihootd tpp'j tonl ooo. -VCommaufctiaiu
euclcin steBp vfl rarr.
F OE LAKE BL'PKRlOJt
The fxorif, t.uncb snd reU- '-
Bl.Sw.mw 111' IN Uitf, 0.ptlniTnTi
B. O. wt( will Im.ii onr botk for ll port, om
k Bapoilor. on TtKSOAt . Jib . t I o'alooK
For freight or pftse .pply tn
JtAU'Mt, fETTTT CO., .
Jjpi 1T 127 .b 11B Biter etrwt.
OITT or lit T'iHH, i). J Cgmviri. Mtitit,
will Imt. H.'or Jane 3d, mt IU A. M.
For freight or mmb ipply to
PK u IV . rBINOH A 00.
bT. K. McOotB. rwnnrw Arnnt
ATUKDAY, JUNI 3d, 1866.
81 Tilnable Balldlrg Lots CiAe
Atenn? Bun ijmu Bireet,
AT AUOTIOS BT O. CUTTER A SOaT
u. Ootler A r on will sell oa Patardey. Me. 17th.
at X o'olotk P. At , a. ta. premiers, AI valBsble
Bolldlag 1 ota, footing ea Caae ae.a.aa4 Lyme,
street 6ald Lots sr. tony (40) f et frt by HA as
18 feet la depth, i he wbo4e le a. sold wlthoat
any reserve whetavar, preentiBg a flaa eftportaat
sy for BMChaatos and others ta porches, good
bnildlrg lou at their rwn prices, AS THKf MUST
ht bOui. ktssa of the bote sea be staa at ear
Aastion Kosm, no. us Baas a vast.
Terme of eaie Onehlrd 04) oesh la hsad, bal
aaoe ia 1 snd a years, with iataxi at aasssliy. .
Fawrv Mtneum lrv. Wartra ssa
SelTldere Farm, last Clerelud, and
96 beneea Street.
On il! a 104 Seneoa St., Olevelsod, O.
1 ami to BMke thu the BAST lVB-HOTTKB TW
9BB W EST, ansabsll apars BoeAort to airs aaa.
1 eail tns especial attsation of flonlTamaa to the
IMTBOVID FBIMCH BTTLB
Of Cleaniac or Be-areing of mads as
FANOT VASSIHKS.S3. The best
stock of Fancy owsimeres aver aeraa) in this
ejity, J oat opaned aad for bbm ohees, at whoesasle r
resell. J. H. a ITT A OO.,
axylS , ImU FatUa (rgaa-e,
Fire and Marine.
TUX CLEVELAND INSUIUKCE
Of Cleyeland, OMo.
Capital, - $03,000.
TMl Ombdu bow fairy orgtatBed, Bad pra
Bwad to writ, f ibb Bad Caboo lii.Ka.
E. B. FATWB, T. T. HAKDT,
CHABxaa w. oot, d. b. sbxtok,
KZBBT . OLAJtK, LITIBXTT AIXXJTT,
B. D. afMILLAJI.
H. B. PATKB, FWdeat.
8 D VcKILIitK, Vic Praaldeat.
8. S.O'1, 8aoretarj.
Office, Sexto.' Block, cor. Superior
ud Serwu street.,
a. a. r. u. r. a.
A tissue A Sreat Wera ft SO M
A. A O. MsBoBin. BrsaoB. 7:16 SO
L.B. Bbora, Ukntaid Crie 11:60 S )
Oonoeaot . Brie Aooommodstioa..
Pltlsbarrh A hee!lcr K
OlereisBd FltlatoargU, Aooom
Ooiialm , , .1 fc06
Atlsstle A Srsat WeateTB. T:55
A. A Q. Hsttoslsr BrsaoBll!-U0 Ct
Lse Shore, OleTelssd Iit... T:D0 1,16 iks
Oooneaat A Brie Aooommodattoa-.10:a0
Pltttbnrtfh -U 10:10
rw.-K-. a:ao 800 :e0
T"'-'" -.) t9( :t0
ilatrolt 1 ' IkOu
BBBOtttBKWWlahtB;eoBTeysnea to either ot the
aboee Trslsa or Boaia, will be osllsd kr ty Ooscha
at Stereo1 Oaurlbsui Lis., by 1 (, thabr Bddreaa
at tbe Omnlbas Offlo., 14T rk parlor etft, aext
Aonr to the 7M. II Hoiw
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
DMlgBated Oepo.ltorr for til robllc
Aathortaed Bnbaerlptloa Ageat tor tha
Thl. belaf tha oaly Popolsr Losa now befbra tha
People, the Bask will bep oa hand s fail seeort
meat of aiaesi sad flil all ormera proaiptlf Bad with
Five Few Ceat. Lml TeaMtrv Sotea,
With Aaeraed loteraet to data, recetred la pay
BMat (br Sabeerlptloaa. snd will federal st psr the
(Jos pons oa th. Bursa ThirOee pretested at the
Will also purohass United States Touchers, Oer.
ttfloates of indebtedness, and si I Got eminent Se
cu titles. fet)21
DanaBATis Dawisitobt abb FfviBou Ann or
TBI TJsitbb btatba.
A(ent ior tbe Bala of
U. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
riva per eeni. lersl TeBdor Hotea reaeired in
paymast of ssrsa with aooraed iatereat.
Ail daacnptioaa of -
f? 0 VSRNMEST SECURITIES
Bonrht aod old at beet ratrs spl8 E4
Academy of If osio Sixteen String Jsck, Ac.
Taylor, Orlawold A Co. Mew Goods.
H. Hslle A Co Pesrl Buttons.
ventral Meigs Bala of Army Malts.
B. I. rs'dwln A Co. Bsrgtins.
K T. Co. for Ghloego.
Sr. Poland White Plaa Gobi pound.
Melme, Pettlt A Oo For Lake fnperlor.
Joseph Singer Hotlcs to Water-Tatars.
0. E Borton Bmln-ae Men Wanted.
Wanted Plaao Fia'sher.
Crowell A Co. Flags.
Leonard Sklaner Information Wanted.
Alexander eooflsMIae for bale.
lames 61' more Agents Wanted.
Sarretaon A Oo. For Lske Superior.
Trnaratt A In(bsm Local Notice.
M. Balls A Co Silk Cord.
The B aboard Mower Local Hotioe.
West Side Store Losal STotirei.
A few cartons choice Flowers opened this
morning at Mrs. Shaw's, i myZS
Visa Rahoh, Portrait Painter. Room
14, Northrop and Harrington's Block. Open
from 2 till 4 r. daily. junl:22S
Post. nice Sotic tjbansje of 1 lane.
CLEVELAND POSTOFFICE, May. 31. 1865.
On and after June 1st, 1865, the Post-
office will be opened at 7 30 a. sr.
A new time-table has been arranged for
letter carriers. The carriers in the busi
ness territory will leave the Postoffice at
the following hours : First delivery, 7:30
a. n.; Second delivery, 9:30 a. m.; Third
delivery, 11:15 a. n.; Fourth delivery, 2
r. K.; Fifth delivery, 4 r. at.; Sixth deliv
ery 6 r. u.
In the territory lying between Ontario
street and Wilson avenue, including Scran'
ton's Flats, the Highta, and the West Side
First delivery, 7:30 A- .; the balance of
the deliveries will be made as heretofore.
E. COWLES. P. M.
The attention of water takers is called to
the advertisement in another column.
Phsoial. Senator Sprague and family
arrived in the city yesterday, and are
stopping at the Weddell House.
Fbom Lasts Suriaioa. The staunch
steamer Pewabic, Captain George McKay,
arrived at this port abont half-past twelve
yesterday afternoon. Her Clerk, Mr. Mack,
left the boat at Detroit, but will arrive here
thia morning. We were not able io obtain
the log of her trip down, the Clerk having
it in his possession. We learn, however,
that aha had a very pleasant, quick and
prosperous trip, and brought down the
usual amount of coal, miscellaneous freight,
aad the common number of passengers.
A Diab Lbttbav "The letter" not only
"killeth-ofUns the Apostle intimates, bnt
get killed itself, as ia strikingly exempli'
fled im the manner in which the bathing
ordinance now in vogue, ia being trampled
upon by sundry persona. There were two
doisn cases of violation of this ordinance
before the Police Court yesterday morning.
The lake shouldn't be so fair. Beautiful
as the nymph Sabrina she woos the possible
offenders, in these sultry heats, to her cool
retreat, and it is no wonder they forget the
human enactment in what seems a goddess'
Social aid Cobtivial. John Murray and
Bridget Murray, whether husband and
wife, or brother and sister, some Probate
Judge may know, had a nice little drunk a
day er two since, it aeema. They doubt-
leas got to proposing toasts and haranging
so vehemently, and perhaps responding in
the fervent style of gesticulating with,
clinched fists, struck out straight from the
shoulder towards the other's eyes, that the
neighbors and police got wind of the con-
ntium tteaputrangum. They were brought
into the Police Court yesterday morning,
and fined Bve dollars, each.
firaisiure Pioartor SimaaT. The hearts
of tha residents on thia moat dusty of all
our eity'a thoroughfaree, were made glad
yesterday by the appearance of the sprink
ling cart. The insufferable dust waa laid
wherever passed this barrel-organ, the
girgling f whose water waa pleasanter
than the music grou'd out by the greasy
Italian. There ia little resemblance between
the water-cart and a thunder shower, but in
the absence of the latter, the former passes
for an institution patented by Father Plu
vtna himself. All- Prospect street house
wives felt, yesterday, like bringing out tim
brels aad aackbuta, or eomething else Lively,
to express) their joy. j
UrriD Statu Couet cam of fa.
Ewing, indiotad for staaliaf a package
from tha Postofflca ai Hall Prairie, 'Wood
county, Ohio, waa np yeatorday, and will
probably be) eonelndad . thii morniDg.
Meeers. M. R-WatU, Eq., of Toledo, and J.
B. Tyler, Esq., of Parrytbargh, appeared
ae defendaat't eoonael.
Orrio Q. (Mauled, who wai eonTioted ta
this court, a few dayt since, of stealing let
ters from the Toledo Poetoffiee, and who was
tent to tha Erie county jail for aiz months'
imprisonment, waa brought back hare,
Thursday morning, by Deputy United
etatee Marshal Worthington, upon a writ
of habeas eorput issued by Judge Willaon, of
Court or Coxmoi Pibab. Biroti Jtmoi
Boltob-. In the case of Oilmore e. Cawood
et oZ., judgment for $50 waa yesterday ren
dered plaintiff. Gilmore had bought some
property of defendants, a year or two ago,
and are his note with $500 in United
States bondi as security. When these be
came popular, defendants disposed of them
at an ad ranee, and credited plaintiff with
$00. When the note had matured, he pre
sented them with the requisite amount of
legal tender, and demanded the return of
his securities. They would not gire them
np, and this anit is tbe upshot of the mat
ter, plaintiff suing them for the difference
between the adrance and the face of the
Nothing was done in room No. 2, before
Btron Judo i Foot. The court was oo
copied bote short time yesterday with the
divorce case of Frf.u Bohrier Vs. Mynheer
John Schrier. Mynheer was charged with
having another wife living, wife No. 2
thipiine one frau a sufficiency. Decree
The Court of Common Pleas adjourned to
July 3d, when it will meet and enter judg
ments by default and confirm sales, and do
no other business.
Police Couet. The following docket
waa disposed of yesterday morning :
Drunkenness Wm. Brodick, Wm. Mc
Grata and George Fretter, each $1 and
costs ; Edward Payne, $1 and sent to the
Work House thirty day; John and
Bridget Murray, each $5 and costs.
Vagrancy George Robison, casenolled;
Dehlia Walfinger and Mary Rose, each $1
and, the former, thirty, the latter, sixty
days in the Work House.
Disturbance John Warley and William
Bain, cash $1 and costs.
Bobbery Augustus Knies and Heinrich
Petit Larceny Lucy Brockhouse, case
Assault and Battery Catherine O'Doy
and William Settleton, each $1 and coats
Mary Gill, the costs; Charles Davs, $3
- Violating Bathing Ordinance Thomas
O'Mslia, David Harrington, Peter Himes,
Patrick McCarty, Norman Walker, Henry
H. Green, Rudolph and Hermon Wendorf,
Herman Rooney, Martin and Peter Han
son, Morris Bebler, Jacob Shingers, Frank
Graham, Charles Henlich, Philo 'oses,
Elwin Hewitt, Francis Sweeney, Charles
Edwards, William Farrsll, Wm. Fitzgerald
and Rooert Whaling, each fined the coats.
Foci or Jiff's CirToss Clivilasto.
Four members of the Fourth Miohigan
Cavalry, who were under command of
Colonel Pritchard on the memorable occa
sion of the capture of Jeff. Davis, arrived
at the Soldier's Home in this city, Thurs
day evening, on their way to their homes,
on a brief furlough. Their names were
John Caverner, Sergeant, C W. Tyler,
Corporal, and Joseph Oden and B. F.
Nicholas, privates. Their arrival waa an
event at the Home and broke the hum
drum style of life and experience current
there. No catechism was ever pored over
more assiduously, no cistern was ever
pumped more persistently, no oracle waa
ever consulted with more spirit and long'
continuance than were they: they were
catechised and pumped, all through their
stay, concerning the great capture, and
their account of the affair tallies in all ea-
Bestial points with that already published.
Sergeant Caverner was one of a small
party who waded through the marsh water,
slime and toio, and made a reconnoisanee
on the camp-ground of 'Jefferson the Petti-
coated. They say that Jeff appealed in
dress, without hoops, cloak or hood, with
pail on his arm. A., Ac. One of tha men
noticed he had very large feet for a woman,
and, stimulated by that startling discovery,
he peered again, and detected the military
boots. Jeff, waa peremptorily "halted,1
and ordered to throw off the cloak. He
wriggled his shoulders, and gave a jerk,
causing the garment to fall off upon the
ground. In his mingled mortification and
rage, he bared his breast and cried out to
the guard, snd indicated in a very passion
ate way, that he desired them to speed
bullet through his heroic thorax or dia
These men state that at several points on
their triumphal route through the Sou'h to
the seaboard, attempts were made to rescue
Jeff, but they were skillfully and success
fully ballled. Ua tbe voyage Jeff, waa
"huffy," and they report that he several
times attempted to wrench from the guard
a weapon with which, it waa thought, to
dispatch himself 1
The party had in their possession what
they claimed to be one of the four Colt's
navy revolvers found In Jeff's possession,
and also hia elegant field-glass. They
seemed highly elated, as well they might
be, with the consciousness of their personal
connection with the brilliant enterprise
which waa set on foot for, and resulted in
the capture of, Jeff. Davis, the Count Cag
liostro of American history. They (Bjoy
telling ever the incidents and smallest de
tails of the transaction, and if unmarried
men, they will, each, probably win his
Desdemona by recounting thia their great
adventure and success.
A Lcxraions Routi fob Tr.irii.Liu.
All weary and dust-and-Boiae-dreading
travelers will rejoice to know that ia the
Sahara of cinders and dust which journey
ing now-a-days impliea, there ia, at least in
the route from Cleveland to Buffalo, a most
delightful oasis. The New Tork Central
Railroad Company have, with a cars forthe
pleasure and comfort of the general pablie
which ia moat commendable, built three
aplendid propellers, whieh run between
this city and Buffalo, and convey passen
gers between the two cities as quickly and
cheaply as by rail. The boats the new and
aplendid steamers Atlantic, Arctic aid
Pacific, and as handsome and luxurious
as any boats on the Lakes. A night ia one
of them, and upon the bosom of Lake Erie,
is just as comfortable and a thousand times
more novel and enjoyable than a bed at a
hotel or at home. The cool breese of the
Lake, th scenery of sea and shore, the re
freshing awirl of the water around the
swiftly moving vessel, the luxorioua par
lors and the inviting staterooms contrast
delightfully with the noise, the racket, the
dust aad smoke anal cinders of railway
travel In summer. Crcde experto.
These boats, during the season, will leare
Cleveland at 3:30 r. a., thus connecting
with trains from the South and West, run
ning through to Buffalo without landing,
and arriving next morning in time for early
trains on the New Tork Central. The fare,
including supper, state-room and breakfast,
is $1,00 less than by rail. Railroad tickets
are taken for fare.
The daily line commences to run oa Mob.
doy next, June 5th. The Pacific, however,
leaves this afternoon at three r. a., from the
dock of the New York Central Railroad
SoLDnaa' Hon Bbtobt r Mat. Mr.
Jerome, the gentlemanly and efficient Su
perintendent ef the Soldiers'' Hornet fur
nishes us a report of affairs at the Borne
during the month just closed. The names
of 1347 soldiers were registered in May, and
many were entertained there whose names;
in the hurry of taking meals and taking
the ears, could not be obtained. The num
ber who took meals there waa 1650. Meals
were served up to 114 soldiers on the ears,
who were too feeble or lame to walk in to
the tables. The total number of meals
given was 38,023. The number of soldiers
who were lodged in thia institution waa 580.
For several weeks there bad heeo e, lasj
at the Home. No soldiers, aava these, die.
charged, were passing through. No fur
loughs were issued. But now the tide
has aet in again, and for several daya has
been rising with great rapidity. About:1
four hundred meals are being served up
every day. From last Saturday morning
till Wednesday night of this wek there
had been prepared 1704 meals. From this
time on for a number of weeks' the Home
will probably be overflowing. The special
patrol guard, consisting of eighty men, u&'
der command of Thomas J. Dangby, are
taking their meals at the Home. nsw,Jana:
they, in addition to the daily heavy travel.
make lively limes at the institution, all of
whose supplies and capabilities for doing
good sre furnished by the Soldiers' Aid So'
. am m .
Aoadimt or Mono. The drama oi "Eus-
tache, the Man of the Mountain," was
presented at the Academy last evening.
The house waa ridiculously small, aod we
wonder that the company could catch from
the enthusiasm of such an audience a suffiJ
dent degree of inspiration to enable them
to go through a performance with any aortof
merit. But the play, as presented, was a
success, and pronounced by all a very fine
and excellent thing.
The new farce, "Ticklish Times," was
rendered in a style so felioitoaa that the
house were put into the utmost good humor
A capital Saturday night's bill ia offered
thia evening : "Sixteen-string Jack" and
that best oi farces, "The Ghost." We trust
a better house will baout to-night than has
been wont to gather at tbe Academy during
this hot weather.
Daowasn i Puna Lias. Two men liv
ing in Ravenna, named Albert Necht, a cab
inet maker, and Abraham Smith, a glass
blower, were drowned between three and
four o'clock Thursday afternoon, in Lake
Peepin, about three miles from Ravenna.
They went out for the purpose of fishing in
thia delightful inland lake( and had just
shoved out from shore when toe boat was in
some way upset by them, and they sank in
one of the numerous deep holes ia. which
the lake abounds. The water was not less
than thirty feet deep. Their holies had
net been recovered up to five o'clock, at
which time our informant left.
j Since the above was in type we have re
ceived from our agent in Ravens a the fol
lowing note in relation to the sad Iffrfu :
RAVENNA, O. June. 2. 1865.
Editobs Liaiiss: On tbe 1st insi. Mr,
Albert Necht and a Mr. Smith wererfrownJ
ed at the mouth of the inlet toLskePeepin,
near this village. The two men, in com
pany with another man, had just pushed
off from shore in a "dugout" canoe, when
it upset. Although near the shore the twd
men above named were lost, as they could
not swim, and others came near losing
their lives in the effort to cave them. The
bodies were recovered and brought in to
town late in the alternoon) aavmg.peatt un
der water several hours. '
The men were both Germans. Mr. Necht
waa an active, industrious business man
and proprietor of a cabinet shop, having
several men in his emi'loy. Mr. Smith
was stopping with his brother, who owns a
PaxsexTATioa. Quite a pleasant "little
affair occurred at the Lake Shore- Rolling
Mill, in thia city, Wednesday evening,
the occasion being the presentation of a
magnificent gold watch and chain, by the
employees of said Mill to Mr. E. Brxk
Superintendent. In presenting the watch
Mr. Themaa Mahar, on behalf the em
ployeea, made the following remarks
Ma. B soars : I am called upoavbrmy
fellow workmen to address a few words to
you, in their behalf, this evening. I regret
that they did not conler tne honor upon
one more competent, but as tnia is a c
cumstance over which I have ae control
I will with pleasure, thoarh i fear with
little ability, discharge the duty imposed
upon me. ! ''. i
One week ago, sir, we learned with re
gret that you intended ta leave this Mill,
that vou have so ably and faitbtully man
aged for the last twelve months, giving
entire satisfaction to the. company, over
whose interests you have presided, and.
winning the respect and esteem ol men
under your control. ' ' i
Twenty years ago the first T rail waa
made in the U nited States, and many of us
have viewed with pride the rise and pro
gress of this branch of natural wealth and
industry. And among those who have de
voted their talents and energies to the per
footing of this branch of business, we recog
nise in you, sir, one standing promitent
among them, in a word we regard you as
a skillful mechanic, a competent manageiy
and a perfect gentleman ; and as a proof
of our sincerity we present you tma srola
watch and chain as a token of the respect
and esteem we entertain lor you. And
when in the land of steady habits, where
we understand you are going to add still
another to the many mills yon nave already
built, may it be a source of consolation to
you, when you turn yeur eyes towards toe
setting sun. to remember the many warm
friends you have left where " The star of
empire takes its way." : I
To which Mr. Brooks very feelingly re
sponded as follows : ' "
Mr Tho. Mahar and Felioto-toorlmen T
In accepting this valuable present' allow
me to express my nearuoil wanks oy say
ing that it was entirely unexpected and uc
looked for. I am at a losa to know what I
have done to warrant such a testimonial' of
respect, for I am sure I have done editing
but my duty towards my employers ' and
employees, as near as i couia. coming
more and nothing less. Gentlemen,) you
must not expect a speech from me." I am
not a Demosthenes or a Tully, but (imply
a Rolling Mill man. ...If jou wan a aevuf
rolla turned vnen 1 am- wiAB.iveo. i-- With
these remarks I will conclude by express-ink
my sincere thanks for the kind and liberaL
manner in whieh you have-expressed your
esteem, and I can assure you 1 will ever
cherish and reciprocal, your Jund laten
lions. - ' -At i ...
The above watch waa purchased of Mr;
8. Hogan of this city, at a cost of about
three hundred dollars. ; ' 7 jdne 2:214,,'
Takss to HoariTAi.. JV.Pfcrrk,,CD.
D, 6th Ohio Cavalry, formerly -.f-Medina.
Ohio, attended by hia wife, arrived, ai the
Soldiers' Home ia thia city yesterday morn
ing. They are just from the 'iospitejs at
Washington, where he haa been languish
ing fer montha. Wounded seven mouths
since in the upper part of the thigh, he' has
au ffered almost more than mortal can suffer,
and ia now reduced to semi-delirium. The
Burgeon in ehsrge of the Home, examining
his case yesterday, considered hia recovery
extremely doubtful. He was sent to the
Military Hospital. - I-
Hia faithful wife ia well high' 'exhausted
with the tremendous work which lias been
laid upon her to do. She folio sreAiiim yes
tor day afternoon to the hoepital. J H
Thi PArauvrui BtrkoiAiai The PaMes-
ville Telegraph aaya that "the Eye burglars
arreated by Sheriff Benjamin- "were ex
amined before Justice Htmrlrigion, aad
committed in default of bail three,
them in 2,os, ana tne. oter two, saw
Th e burglars arreated in -QemaiwW
John Blair and Samuel Pr HIl(on--wre
brought before Justice PaoliWa Both
waived an examination and ' were! com
mitted ia default of bail ia the sum of
$2,000 for their appearance . before ' the
Common Pleas. 8.E. Adams, Esq., of Cleve
land, appeared for Blair." ' t, '
e i e . ,i .,, . i
A. Blew Tom BaKe7 will be soldaA, ioctlen
by O. Cottar Boa, ea Saturday, June M,-ar
erctook P. JS-, In frost of their AneUeaAtoam, Bo.
IM But street. . -'' M14U
[Dally Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, PA .June. 1. 1865.
CAXPiDATts roa Ornca As the time ap-
proscbsw for holding primary meetings.
seekers for office are beginning to announce
themselves in the local papers. Up to this
date the following names are announced.
subject to the decision of the Republican
primary meeting, to be he'd on the 23d
hist.! For Assembly, Colonel O. H. Bemiss,
of Meadville, and John 0. Bturtevant, of
Spring;' Tor District Attorney, Harvey
Henderson, of Meadville ; for County Trees
Brer, fVrgeant A. J. McQuiston, of West
Fallowfiald, and Captain D. P. Jones, cf
Tituaville; for Commissioner, Darius
Bhreve, of" Bloomfield, and B. O. David, of
Ssegertown j for Aiditor, James Irvin, of
The Democrats were to have met on the
31st ult, at the American Hotel, to make
Tnrrr.-'-A German girl by the name of
Ortman was arrested last week for breaking
open aad extracting money from letters of
her former employer, which had been given
to her by one of the clerks in the post office,
who supposed she waa still in the gentle
mnV employ. She gave 200 dollrri
bail to appear before a Justice on Monday,
but in, the meantime took leg bail for other
parts.' The amount stolen by her from the
lettera is variously estimated at from five
huadned to a thousand dollars.
Nsab DaowaixQ. A little son of Mr.Nor-
tony.residing en Walnut street, near the
canal, came near drowning Wedneaday af
ternoon. He Waa engaged playing on board
a Sat boat lying in the canal near his fal-h
er's residence, and on going too close to the
nide of the boat, lost his balance and fell
into the water. A man engaged in painting
a house near by, happening to aee him fall,
immediately awam out and caught him in
time to aave him from drowning.
Oun SoLntaa Bovs. The brave men who
have long been battling for us will soon be
e( .tenia, end upon their arrival here,
should meet with a warm and welcome re
ception, as they are deserving. We would
suggest that a meeting of all the citizens
be held at the Court Bouse, to raise means
and maktv the necessary arrangements,
forthwith, for this purpose. Let it be
done. I " I
" Wash aid Day. The weather for the
last three daya haa been exceedingly
warm aad dry in thia vicinity. A good
rain would benefit the eropa materially,
and from present appearances, we will
" Btrrrtrts wahtbo roa thc Soldhhs' Hons.
The friende of the soldier in oity and
country are earnestly requested to send in
to the Home, supplies of fresh vegetables,
lettuce, asparagus, plain dikes and pies,
batter,' eggs, cheese, picklos, souerkraut,
Ac' from thia time the Home will be
crowded with returning soldiers many of
them sick and disabled, and all must have
hospitable care. All gifts forthe Home may
be left at the Aid Society Rooms, No. 89
Bank street, or carried directly to the
Httne at the Depot. Any one desiring to
visit the Home will be cordially received.
We invite all to call and satisfy themselves
that their gifts are needed, and will be well
appropriated. SoLDiias' Aid Sociitt.
Country papers please copy.
Cleveland, May 29th. 1883.
. , may30:217.
Meal mated Depository for all Publlo Monies,
and Financial Agent of the Culled etatee.
inthorlzed Subscription Agent
' FOB THI
' - Thi. Bsnk having been appointed a Depository
and Financial Aeent of th. Government.- wiil
promptly All .11 orders 'or the Popular 7-SO Loan,
now being rapidly taken. The deeline in Sold
must eoatian. to render thte Loan a desirable la
vee'ment he Bsual oommtseion allowed toBaaka
and Bankers who bay to sell again.
five Fer cent. Legal Tender Ifotea,
With accrued interest added, reoefrad ia payment
(or mt'SeripUoas. Matured 7-30 Coupons paid on
prs station. United Stat-s Vonchera purchased,
si sialarlng tlaMiaoatas of ladebtedness col
lected. aptl:aSl ' W. L. ODTTBB. Oashirr.
. LOCAL HOTIOE3.
- Dress Goods- For a Bice and cheap stock of
Dma eoods, go to the West Bide Store.
Tor Utsie Boperlor. Tbe new, atsanoh and
stegsat -eteaaer Pewabio, tiro. Mo Key, Master,
wi 1 wars our Dock for Lata Superior Ports, oa
Mot day, inns 5th 1865.
For freight sr paasags apply to
OABBETSOH A CO., Agents.
Jun3:22T Bo. 1 Bl..r at., O'ereland, O.
Blacat Dress Bilaaw At lha WeatSileFtire
can be fbnad a compute .lock of Black Sreaa Bilk,
Lnatrekas Silk snd Hsrosilns Bilk.
i.a: BUY THE B14T.
' ' TH. If TBB ISO SIOWKH.
. TBB MOST PEBfaOT IH THB WOBLD.
Tns aaderaignsd hers taken the Ageney of theae
JaaUy-oalebrated Mow! a MackUea, and offer
Ihb to the farmt re of thia riolnlty, at the maou
faeturer'a prices. JOHB DAVIS A CO ,
. JonJ:2U HT Ontario at net.
West Bide Here. We hare J. at receired
stock of Bilk Sua Umbrellas, whloh wa hare mark'
1 vary low,
. A lain; Jot f ajexKl Lrml Pipe, auitah's
for plojubexa nse ; alio, marble top corner Wash
Standa ' and fixtures, Bath Tn"s, bhower-baih
bsada, . Doors, rhelring, Lnmhar, Ac ; alsn, one
iron Wster-seater, (of on barr-la rapac'ty,) i
he sold la front of O. Cutte- A Son's Auction R om,
So. 134 Bsnk street, on Saturday, Jane Sd, at
crtclock P. At. Also, a la g. lot of Household Fur
raxflra' Pemrfa ws hare Juat raeetved some
vary flna 1 adlea' Check and Plaid Scarw ; also,
lot of east's Soarfa aad Ties.
TkUSCOTf A INGHAM
Twsi sresad-hsad PlaasMwill be sold at
It a Auction Boom of O Cutler A Bon, Ho. 13 Bank
street, oa Saturday, Jan. Id, at 1 o'clock pre
cisely. . - j
, Weft Ktde attare. Wa hare a good assort
ment of Bleached aad Brow a Sheetings, Shirtings,
Strip.., Ticks, Eenlma, Cottoned' a, Liaena, Ae.,
which wa are telling At the lowest market prior,
'. ' .'. TBU800TT A INQHAM
' Pfe-nMti Ths Society of Spiiitaaliata will hold
a Pic-nle ia Bast C eve'aad, ea tns groands ot ths
amtt fflaeelsad Bailroad Oompaay, oa Thursday,
the 1st of.Juae. Members of ths Society, with
their tries ds, are osrdlally invited. There will be
speakingoa ths grosses by Mrs. Snap A. fiotchln.
on of Isw Bampaaire, aad others. Cars wiil
leave Us Park at 10, A, at. preeiaely.
my30:3t TBB OOafMITTEC
r Plnttoaaa. Bo ts ths West Side store fcr srsry
tbing there la suds la ths way of Trimming But
tons, allow prices.
Djaraapeim, He. lumsmtes a aid Debility.
DB 8 fRICKLAH U'S ION 10. Ws can recom
T -' atoss aaSerlBg with Losa of Appetite, Inil
gstioa, or Dyapeps a, Berroasaeas and Karroos
Debility, to ae Dr. Strickland's Tonic It is a
vegetabls preparation, free from alcoholic Hqnora;
it strengthen the whole aarvoaa system; it ere.
atat a good appetite, aal ia warranted to ear Dya
pepeiavad Berrou DeblHIy.
' For aale by Druggists gsaerally, at II per bottle.
Prepared by Dr. A, Btrtcklaad. Bast Fourth St.,
BBHTOB A DCBHAM Arenta, ClsreUnd m61U
I Oil tnertliB. Wa hare a large stock sf ths vary
best Floor Oil Cloths ; alao, a few poorer trades,
which we will sell cheap.
TBC8C0TT A IHGHAM.
ITCH. WM EATON'S - ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear. ana Itch in tt hours alao cues Bait
ftaesm, Uloars, Cailblalna, sad all Eruptions ef
taeSaia. PrieseOeenta. By sending SOeaaU to
Weeks sad Potter, 170 Washingtoa at., Boston, will
ha aarwarded free by maU. For aale by all Drag.
Tja-ta. Sr bom A AaMsvaoae, OlereUad, Agents
ft Borthera Ohio. ' m " " ataiaia aaw
. vriata. We bar, ssaaU-Sgarad Calicoes ta
fink, Purple, Bed, Blaa. Ac, fust the thiag aar
chUdrawjf wear, , TD30vri IBwHAX,
Tea (!, map PWrnwA-Ta tea tfea taat i
stsot intent of Team, and aave e large aer at at ass
o. year f-amry Ml saiga . th. West Bade sure
erocery Utpertmesl. . B Goo. Tea a !,t
par poind. . - JTB08OOIX A IbwIAJC.
Tbe laying of tns corner atone of the Xoen
Zion Ccnsrrgational Cbarch, will taks place ea
Tharaday afurncaa. Jaa. IK at S o'clock. The
numbers of all the dlflereut churches sre larSee
to ts praseot ea that' oosaaioa. The shares ia
being rained on Eri - street, la the srsDlog. Mrs,
. F. Mihell, or Sew Tork, atssird Ij Prof.
Long, organist ef the Second" Preebytertsa Uhaiata,
wlUgtreaarand Concert for the ben-St of this
chorrh. Prof. J. A. Thome wilt a as delrrar a
abort ado rare. Doors opea at T o'clock; emert
to commence at 8 o'clock I dmlssloa to esala. .
mjSl OEORGB BAIfF'ON. 8tas Manager. .
Wet side More Brwr-.ry Depma-tvasemt.
All kinds of Willow Beke-e, Joes ncni; Otothee
Baskets, rtnner aad Levee Beekets, Baw Bsakets,
Toy Baskets, Knife Bs-kets, Wert Baikara, BUr-
ket Baskets, Boahel Bassets, Ac I ... i ,
Weat Bide Mere Oreefeerw Brpai-t-nBt-Hcnaeksspars
ehoald sear ia mind- that
we hare tbe mow. oompVtle sts:k ot. Crock ry ha
tha lty, which we are saUlae; be'ow th regalar
prieia. Alao a largs sto-k of knirei aad forks,
epoona, castors, ssd housekeeping artlclei geaer-
"r- -. c ' TBOsaarr a ihobajs.
Anrt ion Sale poatpoiaememt. Ths sals
of thlrty-'-'Be Banding Lots on Case arenaa and
Lymes street, to ha-e bees aold at suction by O.
Ostler A Son on Rntiirday, at ay ZTth, li anamtda-
ab'y poa poned until Saturday, Jane Sd, st 1 o'clock
P. M. Bee aderHeem-nt. myTTiSU
Went aid. St.r. We have Js.t rerairai a
large laroio. of . Ladies' TrarellBg Basksta, Work
Baakeis, Laack Basksta, As., eomprising erst Iftr
different (in da of . Uiow baaketa, which ws offer at
onr soel law prios. - -l. -
Lsunb'a Kaltllcrs ssiarhlne. Grin us
TairarBAXT Th greaarst In-reatioa of she age.
Narrowa the toe, raits tbe heel; aomplet la on.
pi, ce. w ill da ell that It Is premUed to s. Is ear
circulars. Csli oa sr address, with stsssrp, A. L.
JOHNSjK, i'O Superior st , ClsveUaa. m)"7:l
Kewlna- Bilk. We hare iuat receired all the
different colon and letters sf Hewing Silk bad
Twiat A'ao, a fall lin of amall wares, cotlra
Ae,a!lofhtchBre fr.h and cheas.
TRC9C0TT A IHOHAK.
Bt. at. Bt- at For a a vie and ..rtala extermi
aa'or of Baa and Mie wm Botler'a Beady Bsf Jae-
Urf. Bold wbaleeaie a.d retail by " ,
O. W. CLtBK,
'- ' US Soparior street.
BTBONS A ABMaTBOBS,
mygOStT '- - J9 Sb per ior street.
rhe Feat To And the, beet akek of Hotisie
and Fancy Sooda, and aave a farge per eentaga oa
yor pnichaae., go to ths Wtat bide 8 tore, Bo, 1ST
and 143 Detroit and 1 1 Pearl atresia.
O. A. 1IAB, . W. WOODWOATB, T. B. BBAD.
C. A. READ & CO..
5 BDPBBIOB ST.. CLEVELAND, OHIO,
. Aulhorisod Sabscrlptions Agsnta lor th.
The turn. oommfMiuB ll)W9d to Bsvnki utl
Buiken who b-y to Mil tsgaala.
- 1 1 ' Buuii nr ;
GOLD, 81LTIR, IXCIUCX,
UNAOJI AND UlfUunRtftT MONn. ' '
Bay ad Mil ail d9orlptlopa oi 1 i
aaw-Waaleo buy snd sell on Commission afl kinds
el Btooas sna Bonoa at the H. I. etook Bxcbsags.
a u onrera ny mail or expreaa prampuy aims.
ueveone tfiampe r aei-
Belt Boeklew For Belt Bnefclet, BeltCmips
and Belt bib bos, ro to the West I loe-Store, llf
and Its Detroit and IM P. art streets.
avee half (he soap and half the work. I.
worlh mors thsn'all the weahtng machines ever
inranted I - Cold br Drngglats snd Grocers. Asfe
for UUXtmoS, Waikmi CrfSfaL W. L. PORTBB
Ajent, 107 Bank street myl:daw
Weat aide atom. . hare all widths and
coiors of Taffeta aal Trimming Blbbons ; all
fcw ehoica plain Bo seat Blbaoaa, which w. sell
T.ry low. : TaiUSCOIT A MOHAH.
Budsom'a l arif Blind Tootb Pmste does
aot operate spjn the principle Qf acoaring, as does
powde ed p amice-atone and pulrsrJsed eeareoal.
but la a oomnonnd peculiar to itself, which acsosa.
pli has oil il claims Io prrorm. Cold by all Drug.
Oil Fmetory for Fual. The aubecriber of-
ra to Mil hia factory en Canal aad Ohio .trsets
with ths land and buildings, being pleasantly alt-
Bated, comoact aod eoaTniantly arranged. 0a
p-aclty abont fifty barrels per day. Immediate pos
session siren if required. B. PK I.IVN.
Owrauud. Feb. IS. las. AjkakrWl
- 1 a e i
Tbe Histreaa of tbe White Banna. I
ta said that Mrs Storer, a daughter of Prestdeat
Johnaoa, will take charge of ths Whits Boaar.sa
acconnt of the illness of Mrs. Johnson. It Is a
lew to ssy thst she will do honor to the Preeldea'
tlsl msntion, nor thet, in oompaay with assay
O'her .Analble ladiea, aha will hereafter patronise
ths popular eeteb lahment of Jaoob Piac k, mass
fectirer aid ceajer In H-f Bklru, Corse ta, aad
Ladies' Faaoy Goods, So. 188 Fnpsilor afreet, s-
esr tl-e American. Thirty pet cent, is saved by all
who purchase. .... n. . myl7XH
- . aW t ' i . i
- ' '.'-l sorrlrs,;.! a. i . j
To mock ths expeetatlon of the world: j
To fruatrataaropheaias; and to raasocjt I
Bottea epinioB, whe hath writ me down
After my etemtng. to be past rsoorsry "
From that fell destroyer. Catarrh, bat by tha Ja
dleiona nae of Dr. P. H Seeiya's Xianid Catarrh
R-medy, I atatd here In tbe enjoyment of perfect
neaun. - - Bays.;..
S. B UALf Banif r,
" ;i f'"' Amy' ,: '
. 8, GOYIMSSJT 1C15T,
. j 111 Sprlr St. u j,
'7 3-10 pu (Jui ami 10-40" Ratio al
rOo&mlMlaa Blkvd to SahsMiiban.1
W-D. S. Boudtr of 5 -If'i. 10-40'g, Trautry
Hotet. mMHl alt ottMr (townm!.. ooHtlsi pr
ebM6a snd lot tsvto en im BsKMt nfonM rma.
Outd, bilvur, OoopoiM sad Oetanevde. moneT bQftll
avod icLd tt bust rtt, itjposjiU rtTiTtd Dd Col
iMttoimw tnd t B.I1 svooeib s-itat. Dtxiarremt
fat. del SOBWeSet t rOeMt trfttsM. . IUTgtM titeUaapsl
Drass Olrole and r.reaetta 90 aaats; secured seats
to Dress Olrole, Io oenlat Family Olrow, AO cental
Gallery, as seeta; Prlraaa Boxes, 16 aad (S.
Slnsle eeete In Private Boxes, $1.
a-0olored psrmms will, aad-r ae cireeautan-
sea, oa paraaiatea to ononpy ee.ta la any oaner por.
Hon ol ine bouse, aave tne lialtery. Ad
Door, open at 7. Curtain riae. at S.
' "! ' A POWBRFtTL BILL. '
The (treat Diama of etxteea String Jack. Look
as tae uiit
LAST BIOttT OF TBkl SPAK'SH DAHCIBI.
Saturday eranlBr, Jane Sd, will be presented the
tnree-ect Drama oi
B.X'l'BatN STBIS9 JACK :
0a, Tea Lira aso a oraBTuaaa or Jack Babx.
- SIOmoRITA AMD felONOR Zia eBEl
To eoaclnde with the ever tough bin. Far., of the
fttopdsy. Benefit of Mr.MacosT.se.
LAST 6IX NIGHTS, -AT
Will ra away SOO worth of PreaenU. Blx
Folid OoH Patent lir Watches all 8 Id Siln
Patent Leer Wuow. aad rtflHold and gilrerar-
tiolaa.; Admiaeios B oei'ta. . wised M.tiaee on
Wedueaday .nd niUurdy atitrncK na at hair pait a.
aaniei m a-eei-aa. ... myvv
CaDKIIY OK AlTJilU.
Joi-a El aler.
fr. Jobb FLtstra b-a . to BTbult the following
powerful sitrictl a for T) NlbHT I NIjI.
. ' Max htsaboch h s thn hoai r tn eemonnce tn th
eltismo of C .aeland and .ee.rl'y that wh-a ib
Xanp-h anc-eei d In mabit'g arrangomtnta lor
a brief I'ence-t foarwlth the w.nd-iral Bnaaiaa
VickneiM t, l . .it!.-..
Jt'ftl.E attT.K!ri 91 KiTOW,
And the reeowned Plsn'at aod Composer,
SRVJieUB M. WEH'I,
Who will gire TWO QBAHD O0HCBBT8, .a
TUESDAY AND WEDNISDAT DCNES, JUNE 6 AND 7,
...... ., -assisted by' - .1
KiDilX HXXtmiS Biimg,
Ths young ssd Dopuiar' A meriesn Prima Denaa. '
Haaical Director anlCundoctor....B. BBBBCBB
Both tbise artts-tes hare met with unprf cedes tad
snccem in Mew xork. Bcsttm, Philadelphia asat
stser ciiiea, where they have girsa .t.r oae bua
dred coaosrts during Uuir ahott stay la ths United
Pares or A d st aaroTr.Trf as rivels, 75 esats;
Bsserved Beats lo lM:ss Circm ant) Perqsette, tl;
Family Ci cle, 60 cent a; Oallary, So cent.; Pi Irate
Boxes, ; H and fl4 tingle Sea . to Prirats
Boxes, 1 SO.
iKiora rpen atTVl rvm aece at 8 o'clock ySl-TtT
FLOUR" AND FEED.
FLOUR I FLOUBI FLOTJBI AT Bl
DDOBB PBICKS. S,SOa bbm Sras gmBd
Floar, all gradss; swms very ehoaee braads of sted
snd White Wneat. snitsbls for mmily or baker s
sees tor sals at Warehonae, 1ST Merwln St. Gro
cery men, Bakers aad other. In Want will esasadt
their ova ta tarsals by examining ear sux-lc.
,., u ,ffI,.?j .?,.
H. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
FRIDAY EVENING, June. 2. 1865.
SThee. wee a general awpesHoa ef kaei-ees la
afl parts of tbe onorry yeaterdsy, the dey beirsg
observed for tha parposM to sbteh it ws. dedica
ted wfth more lhea asaal BBsaimlty.
Oofd ruled flraMV and a abed, better ta New
Terk t. day than B WadBaaday, bat though lb.
Xpert demaad ssotJna s wlthoat mstarial abate
aant the flactsatloBS are light and advaaces are
made slew ly aad with apparent aaatloo. IhU is
onebtlea. da. laraely to the freedom of the market
from dial del soseaiaarra inllaaBoaa aad th. ooaee-
tment rsstrictloa of tfeaboetaaa. .slniy Io tbe b fl
atmate waa ts of those harlig fcrelga accsaatato
ha. The e'osiag prist at Oa lagar's Axchange
thaa eeealnr was LIH- he recip e of gold from
Oallhrals from the let cf January to May 2'h .er.
Kfitt.te Th. sblpmeals of specie fr m Hew
lorkdoiiag tha earns period wre U,(p3 17J.
woeeraaaemt B ad. are reported raiher mors act
ive la Bsw York ts-ds', and ths market waa well
tastalaed. Increaaing ia Ormne-s to.srd the e oae.
Ball ways were als, aaora booyaatand generally
Thilol moaey market was oona!derabIy mi
active to-day thaa fr euro lime past, and th ton.
and feeling In financial e rrh. we a batur. Still,
th-re is ae jet no dec dedlntn to te Ist-on t, nor
will tbe.-e be a reliable change nntll commerct l rr
tstkna awn-ae a did rent poet 'lor. Thelncres d
demaad for Seven-thirties within a fwda?a haa
ad currency somewhat, and generally the Banka
are eomfjrtab?y off. B xcfaangs conttnn close acd
rates are flea at par baying end prrmlnm
Tbe aggregate subscriptions to th. reren thlrlias
are dally Increasing. It Is snnonneed that the
Botes wit. beieedy for dellverv on Wednesday a-xt,
and will be fnrniah-d promptly thereafler. Tha
Second National Bank of tblseity sold Sll.OCO to
day. Vhere la nothing essentially aew to Beta ia mar-
OBBtJ a baaineaa h-re. The market le-d y was rery
gniet, the chief dV mand in Oram being for Bo. a red
heat, which sold at a eo"itarab'e aclTasoe. Corn
and Oale we-e la limited reqrjest, but better, cloa-
InrSna. Floor enlet aad aaeadr. Prortskaa ar.
steely, with a fair demand for Pork aad Smoked
Meats With th. exeep'i.n of Butter, wh'eh is
lew r and daoolrg, wa bar. bo change to note la
Prodoee. Holders of alghwiaes sdrsssed their
Vtewa Sa)Se to-day, bat taere are no bayai . ia mar
W. refer onr reader, to tha Rn'ss and Begn a-
t'ons adopted by ths Bo.rd af Trad. t-day for the
(rasing a-d laspectMa of Floar and Graia In tbie
market, which wa pabiis't alsa. here. Mr. Eel art.
a ha haa beaa for some tlmspist Iw pastor .f Graia,
was appointed by the Board of Directors Inspector
of Floar also, and hi. eminent 4usllfloatioDS girs
th sseBrsstee that h;. delicate dntlea wU be die
ehiged with JosUoa and aatiafaeU-B le all.
The AoUowing were tbe receipts and ahtpmenta
at this polat by Railroad, Lake and C nal of lead-
ins; srticles daring tha torty-elght hoars eoding
at aarea o'clock this moralng :
Ber ey. ba-
Lard. tx .
Ub, half bbla .
I tae Moss, head
Goal, tons .
lroa Ore, tcn...
. 18i nio
iroB, r. ..
Na la and Spikes, Ita...
Lomber, feet . . Hn
Shingles, at , ,
Stares M , , ,
Bondrw., . ,
The quantity ol Floor, Wheat, Corn and Barky
left at tide-water, fr.m ths commsaeemsnt of eeit
gatioa to lha third week cf May, ia tha year. 1864
aad 1S6S, ia reported as follows :
F onr. Wheat, Corn,
bble bn ba
iaS. 7, tOO 321 100 94 SCO
1865 .29,100 179.au 3011,9a)
Incil, auo Dee 144 SOO Ina aet,10O lac st.iue
The aggtegate quae lily of tha same artiaiaa left
at tide-water from tha oommeaeasasat of naiira
t,oa to tbe Sid last InolnsiTe, dnnsg the yean 1&.4
and 1810, waa ae followa :
Fl nr, WHaat, Oorn, Ba ley,
bbla bu ba bn
184...aS,41 TS,7rS Sl,400 fft.Mr)
1860 31,300 S01.4O9 810,110 (4,3
Ine 7.900 Dec 604 3 0 Ine 1x8,700 Inc 8,
By reducing ths wheat to floor, ths quant-ty Of
tha latter left at tide-water thia ytar, oompar.
with the corresponding p.rlod of last year, shows
d-flclency of 1(4,960 bbla Sour.
The following oompar. tire table shows the quae
tfty of a "me of the pilaclsal articles of produce mf
at tids-wster frcm ths eommencemeat of narlga
tion to aad Including ths 221 of May, in the years
Oaaaltpensd May 1.
. I SSI.
Floar, bb'e.. ,4ii0
Wheat, bnihela 1,-,IU0
j,inre wo I
nariey - uu,u
iai. m.srn Sas.7.0-
Ky. 41,3 0 K4,4"0
beef, bO'a. . . 8 87S 3111
Park 77,30-i 4
Bacon, lbs. 18J.W9 71,8 0
1 utter-. a 40 .
Lard d97.6U 1.CO0
Faaeae 304,900 ...
N. Y. Money Market—June 2.
tae Steady t a ea. M
Hterlima; axcltamare--Qaiet aad Arm
10T.(ailo for Siat e'eae b 1
Sjlold A ahada firmer, onenina at 1W. ad
vencing to 136H. decllaug ta 137 4, aad cloaiag at
New York Stock Market—June 2.
atewevwiaaTit ntoatsia -Thi'l and Tower
Unit-d Statea Treatnry 7-Sl a C9; Tea-t-wy coa
pies ti sues of 'si, eoBpons, tosjiii Flae-tweB'
Ilea, oouiias. I021;.
Mtocms) citron. Reck Island BIVj Fori Wayne
OKago a eorthwretera H,. ill Uen 1 a rip
ID, Cleaete.dA Plttaborgk Mi"b south-re
W,; AtUatleSteam'SIp I7i; N. a. Central ,;
Sri. 71"; BndaoBl'OV, 7; Revilna SI; Nirtli.ao
pfd84: Haripoeall; tlulekailver 60; Vhioa M.a
msmppi usiuacaiea as
JL J. V ABM IX, J. T. PAIBTKB, JAB. FARM KB.
Farmer & Painter,
Io. 115 Baptrlor 8tvleveUid, 0. o,
UNITED STATES LOAN AGENTS
roa Tea asi sr tbb
Dealers In Gold, Silver, Coupone, Bxchangs, Cana.
da and Cacarreat af ocey.
Boy and aal1 all drturiptloaa of wuVBBBktBtlT
BOH 0s. Ahmssll
BBirrS 05 IISLA1TD 119 1BEL1MD.
Cashed in Gold
OH L1BKBAL TIRMS.
Dally Review of the Cleveland Wholesale
FRIDAY EVENING, June. 2. 1865.
Fr-la;hta The ktiowtag are the rasas by Lake
(steam) and Bail from Ih:. pott to New Tork Bad
Boston. All Bell rales are Are Ota's hlgb.tr.
. To Hew Tort First class: II.S7; Seooad clam:
SLbv; Third elms: 82c; Fourth class: DOc Floar,
fl OO; Wool, SUS. .,..",.
To Bostoa. F rat class ; 118 ; Socond e'am :
f 1,08 ; Third elaej : 8Ss ; Fourth class : too. Flour,
tl.ia. Woolfl.SO. r -
Flomr Dull, traBectioav being ooly ia small
retail lota. We qoote f r round lota at 7,l(9
T,M for XX red ; S8,(0A8, ror XX white.
Waems Than waa a better demand to day for
Ho. t red, at aa advance, but other grades were
without reported sale. Bates ears 3.600 on and t
ear good No red f.cm store at tL38; 7Bbe
choice do dentil ,40; I car poor do so a t gl so.
3o-Jtrlt,hnt24)Schitar. BaUl ear good
Ho. 2 shelled from stove at See. ' i
sjsvta In fair rsqaast Bad arm. Bale 8 cars front
store 'si Me.
Btye Ho sales reported and market aoailaal
; Ia -air trade dtmand and ateady a1 gx .
SO tbr sitF-eackad mesa aad (30,00 for do iw.
1 rat Is moderate leqaeet as 19A1oo
raadrra. ba lie a aod kegs. 4r.antry Bvade selling
tn a small way at lee.
aae stO Btaata -Fair demand and steady for
ettf-satred aasata at the fallowing price, l amgasw
eered hams Ba. tor canvassed and 22o fcrsaoaa
rasssd; ptaia haaaa 20c; baous ISc ; shonldera 16s;
dried asaf 19. teroaaraeatd and 18 for uncaBTaaeed.
eaa Berf-fmlling In a smalt way at 1,00
fcr city Backed. '
atmtter Is light demand aad lower, galas IS
IraJas choke Western Reserve at FJe, "'
' J '' " l' lit it, .!'. i f.-.'X
K ''-" ' : -.i..'.tt !-di nit
Faa MoTsattlTa. Sales SO bbls st 20e.
i'ttrm la good afesdy demand for aaw W. R.
dairy at 12, a)i;o for fair to prima.
H i.hwlaes-The market continors qalct, bnt
holder, to-day advaaced their viewa a3a, cicalas;
st ti.i 7ai,08.
mlerret Xarkst Arm and staady. Beld at
S4. 1"a4,l mr as par seat, atentral Proof Bptrlta
2 SOisW.rB. Cologas gplrita, M per ceat., 4,i3.
.arele.r. Tae marks, m qalet aad ateady
at T072c nr retaed.
Da-feel Ampleas-DnU. Bales T bb'a at to,
pay for rackaara.
leal Feaaemea Cnpeeled bead at SCc "
peewd in market.
Ik Fl.li la good request snd steady. Sales
40 half bbla Ro. 1 Whliensh at fs,7S; 40 half bbla
Ho. 1 p-.okrel at in OO; ig half beta Herring at
fo,7S; to half bbla No. 1 Treat 17,73
INaMtaacs Tha ma-k-t has rated qnlet fcr the
part day or two, bnt steady. Eo'dera at the cloee
to-day are asking 80: . a track and 9Uc from at re
fbr peMhblowa by tbe car
.ale- Sternly. Fie 2,10. Coarae and Groand
H SHasFtrm. Hew Vork Stats toalOs. aooorde
tng to quality ; Ohio 23330e.
a cw.iij. dart. mail naia at fi.ro per
e N. Prt"r Krrtrt rt-dy. we rente
r,H'w: Prewnf jt AleblO; Stock XXX
flS.lO; Reneta 18,00; Pale Oreem Pll; Parti r
Ha'f and ocarT-r osrreis I. p-onortion.
Wxter AJsaasj Oaw.ao aad Aarea he'd at
... Lower. "' .." ,' laaai pasaer gio
per ton; Calcined 4,C0 V bM.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 2.
A lour Opened dull and n ary and clod fe
Ha a at H f (a 85 for extra state-, 9'B7 10
sxtc roauS liua btAi f7 1 (fS eu tor trads
rtUl.kv-Da'l a d lower. Welters 13 00m
SI II. ou.li.g at t l
witeftt- v,tt3rbett-r. Bal'a arnber Sllcbuaaat
fl 78,41 "5; Wuita aichlg 32 10.
at, e -Va tt.
Hierle y A d Psrley Malt dnll aad no-) It si.
STatrai- c'oead II m -r eno o osed learr aad
Art opto bale. a. 8 m90c fsrlifnrior mixed .eet
arn; 9i3e to soond do; 'c for lafericr wwtara
aaaia xxcttea sra as.- Batter, wit. roro a-
mand tr.tn Goaertm-nl. at nxc ior Carsde; Scaoeo
foe ...t-re, c'raieg at 8"a' 8c for wettern.
ea-.aiar- SicauT. Cuba Muscovado 12; Hsrana
Mfiasiies jtt t-
Petratleana - I 'nil at 3c for crude. 4?aE0 for
re inrd 1b bou'i; 6-(0' 9o fr io fie.
r w as uuet.
jr-arla sxc led and decidedly higher.
Kaiaa at t A Ornmae lS or new sues, closing at
136 l ragAiar wet; t-3 lav.24 Oi ior 18-3-4 a ea.
e ah aao reanlar way, ci am? at caah;
t'9 00 or pr m ; I 9 n($ 0 0 for rrtme mes.
Also, fiioo bi, new me-, ior Jate er d Jul , filer's
opun, at f !3 l: 7-: 2 ii bbls prima n aae; for
Ja y, l uier so.U.a at JO a.
mi-ei -ctaa e'-e at luifQiro mr niain
m -w, 812 I lOf .r extra mta.
"fl liiaiaaQal.t, .lib email aa. at 128 CO
18 -8 80.
Cat Bfa-afa- -Firm "alee st 12cal4c for
shon Idera; 4 4 ' 7c fvr hsm .
I-ier- eadr. Ss'ea at li'Sc.
Butter ti'et at Mg3Jc for I hio, and 2i)35
ejlaee-lnll at W3I70.
CHICAGO ARRET—June. 2.
tVha-aat-rirm at Si 24a1 21';, closing at tl
24', lor aio. li SI 13U 14 Bo a
a om alh-r ac ire at a define of 4c. Salea
at ooaoso fo- So 1; do.-4c fur . o. 2.
0. 1.) Mrae and aaraue -d 2c. t ales at 45a454e
for No. 1.
Hiarliwlmew Tnctlre and nominal.
Efie. i.temta Hull.
Fr.lft.s. 1 a L
Kmipis-Flour, 6,000 bbls; wheat, OSO.bra bet
eorn. llo laO; oats -lO 'iOI.
Mhyinienl-7i0irj but floor-, 810 000 ba wheat;
140, uuu aid, ia, OOoals
OSWEGO MARKET—June. 2.
Feoma-Go-d d msnd f.I.e.t S7 36 for No. I
'prior, $7 78 or red water, s oiaa ) tot white;
Ss tf iMt for amber extr
evbesat-gaiea. Sales No. 1 Milwaukee Club at
f I o.
'erm-Qniet. No. 1 IlliaoiaSCc.
Oihe grsms nominal.
TOLEDO MARKET—June 2.
Wheal-Tn ertire d manda-d adranced aci
rat's .bite Michl;n et tl 'Ssl 74; smbir Mlchl.
ganil55; r d winter $ 64.
4arm In m dtrate demand aid sdranced ls2aa
Ealea at 64.iiiOc.
iata Sieady at SOo.
aamlea aad Keculutivaa for Cradlag;
aaael lB.rttD8; Flour aal tjirwisi 1B
Th. o'luwing realaticna for lha
Floor and Oram, andeatab:lshi g the grades there,
of, is this market, were reported to day by the la
epection Commiit.e of the Beard of Trade and
adopted by that bod, to go iule effect st saoa :
EXCULPATIONS PERTAINING TO THE INSPECTION OF
1. All tharaln Ih.tc meslo iLla city for sale
oratorag .hail lortb.l h be ispecied aad radd,
en! wb-n r-quired aball be proparly oertlS d aa to
Ita reet-ecttTp ctaeeitication.
2. Auyarain r-ced Intbia market shall not be
pat iaaureor ilfsf.d for sal. at.tll pr.eloutiy lu-
ep oiou a.Tjoair auch sa msy be la tra al sad
ahea that ioapected an. II hot be exbibiwd o.
'Change for e.i-, but ihall therre ter always b.
kao.a mad sold by the trade, exj- pt an h ehirao
ter of grata aa I.I eia Iheo eaelncut n of awjecied,
which mey be aoad ay aampie aa the Board or alee
wheie. s. Wheat, ho'h Red ard White sSall ba olaajified
etlhee as kxtra, Ko. 1, do. 2 or Rejected.
4. Bxtra WaaU ahall eosaut oi tae rwy cholcaet
quiiay of air.i., b.ta aa it relet ea tocieaullneea
and p.rheuoa af bai ry.
6. Mo 1 V, brace .ell embrace good aonad grain
of eteil dewooed berry, and ah. II be esentially
fiee liom admixture ef other ar.ia aad tveiy .pe
des of imp-r'-ctl, .nd tmjtnriry.
5. No it Wheat ebJ. be charactaiised aa aonad
ia all r ). ta, b, t i 1 Oa (. and le-e p-rfect la
bur, snd oth. r prtuulsr. then tho Wheat class!
aed aa nu a' er . n,.
7. R.Jrc.d Woe. t ahall be so pronenrced when
very f.ol, t o imerfeot of growth, too muoa
,pr st-d, er . he .aw dae,p atd muaty.
8. Corn aoa l be c'a aiti,d aa nuntter one mixed,
nambr i.j, and .ejected
kVd or WM'. either par.t-ly or couibtoed, shall
Be or saond kMn-i. ol eair .isad gro. th. quite Ira.
from tp caa, ajcd olersnd properly ateaa-d.
lo. l,nmle-r ta. eh.ll coonlet of to. a.m. varie
ties as f numbrr one. ahall be eas-nt ally sound,
but o' keroH base penect aod soDl-.bat inlerior la
r. sped to col r and c eablin-so lo nnmber one.
It. Bj cted Cora ahall be so coLaidered when
warm, or r ry daep, ap- r.,a'.hing to waretth, too
mouioy or dir y, or uthorwis. nnco-rcban'b
. a. Barley ball he ciaaldcd aa ho. 1, No. 2 aad
13. NuaiVrorefa-lyaliall hare a good sound
rerry, tnght, and ligeiof color, and be quite Ire.
from oata or otber g eia. Bad properly cleaned.
14. Au.br two Raik-y ahall be sound, tut of a
berry eomewo.t Interior ae to size aod olor, and
leaa free of impariiit-e than on nber oae.
i. nij cawl B h..l eonraia tD Bany oata
or other fotatga matter, or be foaad mus:y or oth
IS Kjr. shall bs clas'iSed ts Vo. t. No. 2 aed Re
jected. Numb r one Rae reoU p'ee nt aberry that
iseoiiBd and of good mediom m-z, of a light and
'ive a co'or, a d found raa-onably .ell cleaa-d.
17. NauOer tW, Ke moat Offraannnd herev.
though le-e per'ict acd ol a darker hue thaa nnm
ber one, and eomnwhat leaa e'tan y.
18. aj .ct d Rye wl.l soraprehe d all that con
talus too much foal maUw, li .ht haa become es
pec a ly inj ired r-y dampoeea or ma-llneea
19. Oata .hall be clam a as N. 1 and R-jeeted.
hnmb-ri.nsliaush.il bs of f ir growth of
'eiry.reesonably clean aad free from mould and
91. Rej-ct'd Oaa ahall be tbna denominated whea
too rs-y fool, or mil ty and atouidy.
GRADES OF FLOUR.
1. Snperior Faml'y Flour, embracing qQalitiee
of floor mate frcm tbe befteampieeof .site wheat.
XX FKiar. emiracmg qQa'lti.a ef Soar mad.
firm bet aa.plea of amber or rd wh-as.
X Flour in rrior qualities ot floor mad. of lower
Samples if beat.
Sapeiflne Pio.r. embradng auch qualities of
floor aot irood enough to c'hs.ifj ae rxtra
Anything be'ow ruertee to bs refeidtd as
Fiuo, not to be branded
auLis paaTAiniac to thi isspctiob" or rue a.
Bulel. No Flour which Is aa-oead ar abort ia
weiahl ahall .. btaaded la any aaaauer by ta. la.
Rule 2. Whea a purchaser of Flour voluntarily
waree tbe ioepeeti n .-t earn-, he ah.ll ba conaid
ered aa relea.'nc tbe eeller from all e'a'u. of d.m
a Btrereafterla re.pect to tue qtA.ity, grade or
hole 3 The Inapector l hall be all. wed the fol
low nr, fees, ssmely .
For simply i-a pecting Flour, three eects per
For laspectreg, weithisg and aten-ll marking of
gradS aad of tha month aad year. Are ccnte.
For laapectlug. Ailing aad heading, tan cents psr
hea Floor le foand to be s-o-t In weight, the
ex petit, .f weishn, tilling and inapecUng aball ba
borne by the a. 1-r.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr Morning Star, Tuar. Detroit.
"tmrUityol clereiend. MrKae, Detroit.
Prop aale, iiich II, Xluekirk
f ropCaoiHlee. Blackm.a. Du'ikir'
Prop "w Tork, Mon.o- Di nkl-a
Prop Badger Mate, ()-bh'il, BulT,lo
Prop 'log., A'-eoe, T.iiedo
Prt-p Owego. BroB, bBlt.l.
Prop (J eeleid, Williama, Cede , . .
Schr Sea Bi d, darri.gtan. '"burgh
Schr 3 A McDonald. Bn- -1
Scbr Til Boeder, To.- ","n
tchr Winona, Hot- Blrc
rccw Granville cZ,1VlV 1
niu.it1 , Connolly, Bona Eau
He. w le- " "" "",U- B1h Blver
OCOW IC' - ... lu
c flecks, Katao, aaginsw
era. axnertDoeaa. Uev. p,.a ni.
Tug W B Oaatls, ii acket. Pigeon Birer '
City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit
.uira otsx, v iger, Detroit.
Prp Qiaaite state, Biah p, Oglansbarsh
frop Irsoeides. laretr, OutoaiKon
Pr p Pat i So, Ka'ley, BufTslo
Prop Clere.anil, Williams, Chicago
Prop Owege, Brown, Toledo ' 'l
Prse Tieaw, eiMoa, Dunkirk.
Prep Beer Hiat., Gelhard, Chican
Prop New Tork. Monro, Toledo '
Prep Caolsteo, Blai'kmaa, Toledo J ''
Prop Paaaalc, Mllchell, Toledo
Bark Orphan Boy, Foiter Mllwaaiee
Scbr New LoBdon, Lampeh, aTataaetsa :
(Vow Frankle Wilocx, Pewt, Sagboaw i
Scow k aale, Pose.l, berinaw
Xnj W B Cajtle, Baojtsit, Detroit "
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