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J AtAOOIl OF StlSlC.
joan 1. F. .aler. Manager B. H. Geary ...Tresnrer
i Purer- of Abxtcctoh. Press Circle and Par
Jnotte, it cmt : Herved tc Dies circle, 7-
fun: rtKliMDln )orat.; uauory, u nts;
fnvaie l;oxi. s'aae 3b i Mocle feirats ia Private
foxes, S1,.'V -Oraheatra Chairs, 75 cent.. -I
-tioors orjeo at o:46. Curtain rises al 7:4ft.
! Colored persona will, undur no circumstance., be
Ki'BiibMxl Co occupy hah a id; vtner portion oi
a, nouao, aave the baiiery. Aanusioa cwti.
lliEAT SUCCESS OF THE TWOKEW STA.V.
91R. J. E. McDOSOI GH,
f Ai.i '
Kiss SOPHIE GItfBEEl KtHX
Thoy will r P f o-Tiilit fat tlx) last drat in
tie b.auiliuia.u aiuunu xnaua 01 CULLtf
I WEDNESDAY EVEiilliG, December 27h, will
i COLT.EEN BAWXt
I OB, TUk BfclDES Or OASBYOWN. .
gyles KcCoplnileeu... Mr. J. K. McDoBough.
tu; OUiuior.-......Hia Sophie Giniber KuUu,
f To conclude with tha laughable Fare called Vlie
f BASEMEXT UPI.l.k.
I To-marr.ay evening will bo pr-eseWted AE
(ilUSX tril l. VI) HALL UV IHK M. A B,
, lOiUA AO. 3, Of UliiU.
frill be held at AacTETIWj H ALL. an Tfcnnulm
fteu ng, JaS. ath, Yourself a ad Lauies an
xwpwcuuiiy inviteu to attend.
tOMiUIlXB 01 ABBAWGlMElfTS.
. 8. Vraiukie, W. J. Khodu.,
. L. Mnilli, II. Calluwav.
f-orgu UnM, P. Van Wu-,
i. taro,' H. CarlL-le,
u, A. C. Friar, ' i
ISI'isic by Freeman's Ba.d: Orders for carriage
I ij - it at (xarrett Bt cr with either one of the
(Successor to 0. O. Brooe A Preston.)
licensed A Army 4 Navy Claim Agent,
a. - - uuvuak.
ar Ccurt Louse on Public Sunrtt.aa.nw.iAn.4 n
: W;e collect Peiieionv, Bounty-. Back Pay, Prise
ajjaaiuj Buu au ykwi r ui vuueu.
f . Oar iSpcial Atcem. reaiJnt at Whhinjrton
P. C, ctiFOtca bit eiiLire tinift to the wllectioo of
frrtcsa Axocntp, proennuf; CertiflcattM of riou
ftdebu-'lnei and obtaicliic pay.-
' 6a, ties tow. 'No cbrgei until we ccompliah
; (i zian jjngoga gpoken. mplS
1 it M.
I , ,Ltc latent. Oo. 197th 0. V. I.
:, Antiorizel Mlitaiy Claim Agent
f Offlc No. t!2 Saoerior atret. CleTeUnd Ohio.
I Itouoi ami fiw-rtsrunuuit Bountiiw oolictwl and
feuivn Certincates procured.
t A.p1iiic.t-un lj letter wUl rccelrc prompt atttn-
ATTOSNEY AT LAW,
Licensed War v Claim Agent,
OSae 165 Superior St., CI er eland, 0.
S f roccres ueruncatM oi non-inaepieanaB ror ui
1 leers, aiid Pension (Vrtiacatea. Collect Pea ion
.i Honey, bounti. Back Pay. Commutations for r-
J juaa hUe pnn,uer oi war, irize noncy. ray lor
1 jriiaM lrx in IT. S aMTiicfl. and all other IecraJ and
i rst laiiua against th United Stataaor btato of
I An Associate in Waebington and Cdlumbn
1 a- H fiTiM placed in my haiad.
. i rMO&able. Comniuaiotioni enclosing
itani'j crjaiiMiy attenaea to. mam
HATS, CAPS AND FURS.
FOR HOLIDAYS I
Choice Sets of
fJtlu&sosL Bay Sable,
j 'ROYAL EEMINE,
A.r-1 3ctj Trtriety oflirer 1'riced Furs. y
ticrt' Bearer r.n4 Otter Gauiitlets,
1 Huffier, Clips, Ac, Lap Kobes,
I ; ' Blelffli Bubes,
Arl l-rt- I-t nf tlio ftneat BUFFALO EOEES
aTrr bio-.aht to hi mark,?, .
. W"tnve jn't introtluced oar Wilitpr Style of
OTiLii anri miiMi xttijiJnbLi uuaa a,ia, tue
most stjiiah tfx'iiolo-jet exhiOitl for Ladiea1 wear.
' " 8. A. FULLER A OO.,
'. docll:27 ' 15 Maperlor t., Marble Block.
We hare one of tholargwt and bent selected stocks of
Evrf brt ugtt to tb.is city, which we are offering as
l jw aa tity can be boit;ht in Eastern Markets, at
WtKtLfcfrALK AND RbTAIJb.
Also. o unusuttllv fine stock of
I HATS, A?S AXD GLOVES.
J . B. BUTTS A CO.,
rt4 177 8up"i it street.
B0Tli::;4' ; . . TEDDEJ.L HOVSE.
, loo iti Xapbtba. .
' SO bbls Liu seed OU, ' ' "
; SO bbls Famishes,
t Tt'indotr Glass, .. i ; .
' FOB.&ALS BY
; hot7:K E. W. PALMUB.
Of aU Kinds, :
' j BUGGrY: HAENESS,
. Jk.- Good AsMortiuent,
I HORSE BLANKETS,
. Alwaya on' hand and for aale cheap at
114 Snpcrlor street,
i Drff.l ' MABSHALL ft WATKIKS;
FOIiEST tm VAKXISU (JO.
, Office and Salesroom 03 Frmikfort-Ht.
: BETWEEN SENECA AND BANK-BT.,
f CHeLAND,0IIIO. .
Planufaciureri . of ' TarxUslies,
" AND ifCALEaS 2H
faints, Oils, Turpentine, Glue, Eose-
. pink, aamina,.trDn wu, . J
Vintlow Glassy ' r'J
dot7:B8 E. W. PALMER, Apent.
tE AL ESTATE ACENCY.
leal Estate Agent,
AT WATER BITLDIXG.
r CITT fROPEBTY FOB SALE.
tORAISSi. 21 acre., S80 per acre.
KINe31 AN ST. fV. acres, and a variety of farm..
Ifc.l:toAi ST. iwrf Houaoa and Lot.; priso,
SPfciiUY ST. House and Lot, $5,500.'
BUl'URIOU ST. licsidenoo on Superior-at., west
I of Krie, l,tKJ.
gtU'Ei-mn SI. Taluablo busineas property on
l'Nl"r ST. nouee and Lot, ?5,oriO.-
iGAKiKS ST. lioue and large Lot, $J,t'C).
jki Kitf AN ST. Larce Brick House and 15 acre
i.u.n.4 wuh-frutt. Ac: a Terr deairabla reai-
Hl'i bT. Two-srory HorSirf trot, 08,609. '
rt.i .(.km uouae ana iot. tJ,ouo. .
J.Al'iitL PI. llouM; and L.ot, L,..-.
. iv6 n f. Brica Uoui!e and-Lot, 2,800.
b"Ni s'l'. In r-'arof l"inprior atreet, Tacani
: Lot, c-ixo
fi : p iii'lT si. Nar Pearl, xod Brick Uonarao
lot, .V.. .
jViti.l r LOT Ou acorille street. -t
.iso, a large number oi deairabie Farm, and oat-
JUiLN tt. JJKIWLNUS, Agent,
Atwater Bniiaing :
riSIta, ' Ml St. tBOSE, W. B. KIIKIB
.. PABSEB, BOSK & CO.,
I REAL ESTATE 'AGENTS,
: -M1ii--raciiuily inform their friend, aoc
Knepublic that, tney have opened ao office
'orer the lrug btore, aouthweat corner ol
J Ontario atraet, and Public Square, for the pur-
cliaae and sale 6 Beal Estate. From their ex ten
iarve aotiuaiiitan jo with theeil business and wealth
' oil men of the umniry, they hope to make this a
desirable At'iT to P tie intareated in th
pnrcnaae anu aa, oi ici mww, w buuvu
Lcasea, Ac, Ac. y
.)::' ;'..,..:. 1 :: :v..:.-r-.l'V-. j,
I T: vrj: i.. ;. -ir t : . V f r;'.. ; :
1? -li- t. uuo--: !:k Ahi-iusti I
- 3llfcSJi2Waie of liaveien oiailiung to be M i olo. I
DAI LY LEADER.
WEDJJESDA?, I)ClilBr.R27, 1865.
Atlantic 1 Orrat vt.n,
a. at. a: . v. r.
A. O. W., Maho. Br
Lake Shore, Clef elaBdA Erie.
Oonneaut A trie Accai.,.
Pittsburgh A Wbf!in....,
Sandusky - -. ,.,.. ,'1,'
' -l r !''".' ABBIVALS.
Atlautlek Great Western. :
i 6.W Maho. Br .
Lako Shora, Cleve A Krie.:05
'-onneaut A Erie Accom .
Pitttur)ih A Wbling.
Alliance Acocin..... 8:!)
Oalion Acooumodatian '
. . Cltlrena wfhing conTeyance to either of the
above Train, or Boats, will be called for by OoarhN
of Sterena Omnibus Lino, by loaring their addreal
at the Omaibna Office, 147 Superior atreet. Beat
annr tla U.'i,l I it...
lae? Second iational Bank
Debated Depository for all Public
GOVERXMEXT I.OAI5 AGEXTS.
aEEF OH HAND roS
1 ; THI ZUVE8 OT
7 3-10 TREASURY SOTES.
OF ALL DEKOHIN ATIIOK Sat beat market rate.
VOl.lt AND GOLD COUPONS
furrhaaed at hiirhoat .fin.
"We buy and aell all elaaaea of OoTemm.nl
i m i-iaraet natea. BOTll:K9
E. J. FAltMEit & CO.,
SOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
8. Ca ONE TEA CEBTIF. INDEBTEDNESS
B. PER TENT. COMPOUND INTEII
. -KSal-MOTES, . .
KXCHANfiK OX GREAT BBIIAIX
illtD TH CONTINENT,
Bons-ht and mM.
' Dmew KcitvcB o. Fatobabm Iuu,
1 15 rPEBIOB STREET,
ivi3:E cr.virT,.ur). o.
Academy of Moaic-Colleen Bawn.
Alfred wAgijt Drug Store for Sale.
Brlgg. t Bto. Watch Lost.
J. W. Eust Ladies' Brooch Lost.
M. A B. Union Grand Ball.
H. E. Charub, West iiide Donation Viait.
A. T. Brio-made For Halt or Bent.
L Bi ncdict Son Para at Seduced Price..
0. Cutter A Boi Fnra at Auctioa.
J. B. Shipherd-iBoBnetl at Half Price.
Geo. E. Fairchild Clothing at Cost.
No. ! T.yon' Block Empire Sewing ilaihine.
CrtweU, "Mack A Co. Local Notice.
Caiwtll, Mack A Co. Cod Livar Oil.
John K. Steller Agents Wanted.
A. G. Boardrug. '
D. E. Fk-ld JUasonic Notice.
Caiwell, AT ack A Co. Clyceria.
G. HHoaso Wanted.
SozWont Local Motice. "
C. haw A Co. Local "otice.
BMmaiiMr-illl.iBiii man iiUBuiBmiBi
!S3r For Ei cuius Edition Xeivs
For Jloruiiig Editlou Xen
It tegan raining late yesterday
afternoon, and the floods descended all tlu
evening. It seems like spring weather. A
heavy mist prevailed, betokening, no doubt,
sudden shut to coldv -
JoHif B. GoroH.--"Habit" is the aubject of
the next lecture before the Library Assoc ia
tion to-morrow evening. It will be given
by the famous John B. Gough. Braiuard't
IJall v-ia be filled to over-flowine, no mat
ter :f lie sky ruins pitchforks. Gough seems
to bo tiie most powerful magnet in this
TJsiTF.n 6iat8 Cocht. The next term oi
the United States Court will begin onTues-
ay 'next, the 2d of January. If Jud
WilUyu is able at that time to give his at
tendance, the Grand Jury will be empan
Deled and the assignment of the causes for
the terWbd mode. Judge Withcy, of the
Western District of Michigan, will arrive
on the 10th inst., and occupy tho bench
with Judge Willson. t ' r; .
U.tioit School No. 1, East Clivblahd.
Tho following pupils were the five highest
general doportment, in the Grammar do
partment of the above school, for the term
just closed : Addie Watkinq, Ida Hall, Ida
Johnson, M-ary "Watkins and Allie Wash
ington. . , . , .
Tho fie highest in the spelling class
were :' Mary liarlass, Dellie Welch, Clara
DeWolf, and Kellin Eusaell. Teacher.
Patoir DraiA3 A pleasant entertain
ment for the holiday season will be given
Sons of Temperance Hall, No. 184 Supe
rior street, to-morrow evening. Tuo parlor
dramas, tragic and comic, will be put upon
Itage, and the dramatic exercises will
interspersed and vnried with excellent
instrumental and , vocal "music; "A refresh
ment table will be prepared for the ooeasion.
The proceeds will bo applied to the' wants
the Freedmen. The entertainment will
a novel and attractive one.
Holidaat Fbbpejts. The disposition of I
children to receive presents is as keen now
before Christmas, and that of parents to
dispense them, ditto. Innumerable stock
ings will be hung np on New Years, and be
found full the next morning. Mr. Meare,
proprietor of the Bazrtar, corner of Superior
street and Public Square, has still a large
admirable supply of fancy and useful
articles. As he has everything, there is no
better place in the city to purchase gifts
than his store. Call and see.
Coubt or Comhok Flkas. We stated in
last evening edition that Abraham 0s-
terhout's case was nolled in the Court ol
Common Pleas, before Judge Bolton, yes
terday forenoon, on account of a flaw in the
indictment. He was remanded to jail.
in -he afternoon another indictment
made out against him, and he was
brought before Judge Foole, tried, and- a
sealed verdict returned. It will be made
known to day. ' '
Judge Bolton heard the caso of James
Mitchell, aftoJj James Clark, indicted for
grand lorceuy. A verdict of guilty was
J udge Coifiuberry heard the divorce case
Palmer vs. Palmer. Cue or the other
party is charged with wilful absence, gross
neglect of duty, adultery, etc. The case
not concluded. r
Th grand 'jury returned indictments
igainst twenty-seven violators of the
iiquor'Iaw." The following parties were ar
raigned on the charge of keeping places of
public, resort for the sale or intoxicating
drinks, whereupon they plead guilty and
were fined as indicated :
State vs. Henry Bents, $15 and costs.
6tate vs. Michael Carroll, $15 and costs.
State vs. Win. S. Blackburn, $15 and costs.
State ra. John Kelley and Frank Megorey,
and costs, each.
The Grand Jury returned indictments
against the following parties for the offenses
State r James Lee tid Henry Cobden;
robbery ; plea not guilty.
Sta-.e v$ CharleB Q. Ecott ; grand larceny :
AU the branches of the COUli fi'ul BvSt ftt I
tfeij BoraiPfr I
., Vr.JS . J.;.aBmar3PSWaej?
TUESDAY EVENING, December 26.
Counciluietrt the usual hour, the Fresl
l dent, Thomas Jones, jr., in the chair.
All the members present, except Messrs
Buhrer, Crawford, Pelton, Pettongill and
Russell." . ; - :
Beading minutes of preceding meeting
the C. & T. Railroad askintr
that they need not pay until March 1st, the
$Jo,0U0 stiputated in the proposition to Grant
them the piivilegeof putting a bridge across
the Cuyahoga river, instead of January 1st.
Of Board of Citv Iuiurovementa recom.
menamg tne grading ana paving of Leon
luuauu eai streets, rued.
Of Commiltae on Harbors and Wharves
on the salary of bridge tenders. Adopted.
miiipa in ine city oi Cleveland lor IStib,
CLAIMS tOK DAMAGES.
- Of Paul Schmidt, $2,900 from the grading
and paving of Michigan street Board of
Of Juliana Long, $1,000, from grading and
Ping iiuiu siroet. jjoara oi uity improve
Of Charles Seylcr, $2,700 from grading
and paving of Michigan street. Board of
By Mr. Calkins : That the Committee on
Gas be authorized and directed to have one
hundred and fifty copies of tho time table
ior ngniing street lamps printed. Adopted
By Mr. Kogers : Tuat the City Attorney
be directed to take the necessary steps to
lay out, open and extend an alley runnin
midway between Euclid avenue and Pros
pect street, lrom Perry street to Huntingto!
aucc, m uicoruuijcB witu me orainance
December 111th, 1805. Adopted.
By Mr. Dangler: That the City Auditor
uo lubtruciea to report to this body at its
next meeting the true state of the School
bund, embracing the amount received dur
ing the school year eudiug August 31, 1S05,
;.he amount on hand at the boffinninanf aii
rear, the amount paid out during said vear.
f nd the purposes for which the same was
uy Air. liangler: That the Citv Auditor
be instructed to report to this body at its
nt-xt meeting the true state of the School
House .building r und, embracing a state
uicnt of the amount received for purchasing
iui, uuuuiug ajiit jurnisning scnooi nouses
- u..:i.l: i - i . . . ,
i.ir me scnooi year ending August 31. 186;
the sources from which such funds were re
ceived, the amounts and the purposes for
which toe suiu tuna? were expended.
lsy Air. Dangler, That the Citv Auditor be
auinorizea to report to tins body at Us next
meeting whuher any, und, if an, what
lauds have been received for either of the
purposes stated in the foregoing resolutions
iuce the close of the last school year, and
what amounts from each fund have beeu
expended, and for what purposes, since the
L-resent scnooi year commenced. Adopted.
Jjy Mr. ttoberts, Whebsas. This Council
has heretofore consented to allow the C.A T.
with a view to bridging the river, for the
urn oi $.'o,uuu, tne same to be paid on or
oelore the 1st of January, 18ti8: and
Whereas, Said Railroad Company have as
yet beeu unable to determine definitely
whether they will be permitted to construct
said Dridge, tnerelore,
Jieotced, that tbe pavinentof said S2o,000
oe postponed until tne 1st. day of March
1860, in accordance with the prayer of the
petitioner, provided the said R.R. Company
uuu pay me interest on me ucierreo pay
By Mr. Huntington, That the Mayor be
requested toappomtimmediately one special
night policeman to watch Woodland Ceme-
iy, and that said oiuccr be na.d out of the
uemotery iuuu. Adopted.
Uy Mr. Dangler, That the City Attorney
jo iei ucbicu to ascertain on wnat terms
settlement can be made with Mr. Simmons
ior personal damages sustaiued by reason of
ouuumou ui iuicuigau street, provided
ne city 13 liable, and report to this Council.
Uy Mr. Roberts, That a committee be bd-
pointed to ascertain and report to this body,
.is soon as may be, the names of all Veteran
Volunteers who have been credited to the
city of Cleveland, with a view to making
israna who have not received local bounties,
as this Council may deem just and equita-
By Mr. Huntington, That the Cleveland
aas Light and Coke Company be requested
to lay gas pipe along harden street lrom
Browuell street to Hudson street, and place
me necessary lamp posts between the points
named, and convey gas to the same. Gas.
By Mr. Aundereon, that the Board of Citv
Improvements be requested to ceuse the
iiucwaiK on me east side ol rearl street, toe
t.vcen Church and Franklin streets, to be
repaired. Hoard ol City lmprovemenU.
Uy Mr. Kanderson. lhat the Board oi City
Improvements be requested to cause the
sidewalk on tne south side ot Detroit street.
between Hanover and State streets, to be re
paired. jiard of Citv Improvements,
Jiy Mr. Aruseolt, that the nay for tendine
Liaht House street bridte. Center street and
uoiumous street bridges, lrom tlio lth ot
Xovembcr, lb05, until the opening of navi
gation in the Spring of lb66, shall be two
poiiars per uay and nigut lor each bridge,
with the understanding that the person
tending Light House street bridge be also
required to attend Willow street bridge, and
tne person tending Seneca strct bridge be
required to attend Central Way bridge,
wunout additional compensation. Dost.
isy Mr. iruscott, That the Committee on
Gas be instructed to cause two gns pop Is to be
erected and gas conveyed thereto, at Frank-
ln Aiaee: and to be placed opposite tne in
tersection of Fulton street and one opposite
me intersection ot i on street. Adopted.
io levy and assess a special tax p.pon an
alley lying between Hamilton nd Lake
streets and running from Brownell street to
Dodge street. Ordinances.
AO lay out, open and extend Kentucky
street between Washington and Division
lo amend an ordinance entit'ct "an or
dinance to amend an ordinance to re-establish
the grade of Michigan street." Passed.
lo supplement an ordinance to regulate
streets, sidewalk, Ac. rasped.
Morion ro New Trial 15 this IT pores
Cask. On the' rendering of the vrdict in
the case of the State r. Dr. Hughes, M. S.
Castle, Esq.,' senior counsel for defendant,
filed a motiou for a new trial. Thnt motion
will probably be argued this morning be-
fore Judges Coffinberry and Bolton.
CoHPLlMElVTABV DlUHEB TO R. M. N. TAT-
lor. A party of ourpr-minent business men,
about forty in number, gave a brilliant com
plimentary dinner to R. M. N. Taylor, Esq.,
last Saturday evening, at the Wcddell
House, This popular landlord, as every one
knows, is about to return to this city to open
the Angier House, after an obsenco of three
four years in Meadrille, whero ha has
made the.McHenry House famous. Mr
Taylor happening to bo in town on Satur
day, our business men availed themselves
the opportunity his presence afforded, of
testifying their high appreciation of him
and his services as a citizen and a public
man, and of expressing their gratification
the prospect, nay, the assurance of his
The party sat down to a sumptuous dinner
about eight o'clock, General J.W. Fitch pre
siding over tho entertainment, "Quail on
toast'' having been disposed of, orator on
toast was next in order, and an hour was
spent in the most agreeable manner.
The President made a few pleasant intro
ductory remarks, complimentary to the
guest, which brought Mr. Taylor to his
ieet. He acknowledged the compliment
briefly and happily, and called upon John
Grannis, Esq., Collector of Customs, to
respond in his behalf. That gentleman
commented on the different abilities and
qualifications of men, and remarked that
few men have that rare combination of
qualities which secure their recognition as
public benefactors. Mr. Taylor possesses
such a combination, and has such a decided
genius for his vocation, that the traveling
public, satisfied with his style of " keeping
hotel," would say, in view of his success,
It was net his fault ; he couldn't help it."
The following letter from ex-Mayor Senter
was then read, regretting the neccsity of his
CLEVELAND, Dec. 23d '65.
Ma Chaiejia-V: It is with great regret I
nd myself under the necessity of declining
acceptance of the courteous invitation the
Committee have tendered me to be present
vour meeting this evening, in honor of
much esteemed friend, U. M. 5. Taylor,
Eq It his been my fortune to have been
truiit v aii.i (MiUiic .-pi in place hiui iu iho
rank ot Ltlewu whose residence is much
P9 assirsa m m t7. WW A m
fled that he is again to be our fellow citiien.
The public as well as our own people rejoice
that under his management the "Angier" is
to be opened again with such c-nlfit and im
provements as will Liake it second to no
house in tne Union.
Wishing you all a ris,ipy evening, and
yourguostalong life;of comf it rud pros
perity, I subscribe myself,
Yours in spi.it, .
GEO. B. SENTER.
Toasts were drank, in turn, to the health
of Messrs. McMillan, Wheeler, Hurd, Ksyes,
Nottingham and French, each of whom
made a brief and felicitous response. Mr.
Wm. Edwards proposed the toast,' "The
Union," which was effectively responded to
by Gen. Fitch and S. 0. Griswold, Esq.
It is proper, is cpucluding the tardy no
tice of this pleasant re union, to aay that
the work of refitting the Angier House is
being pushed rapidly to completian, and
will involve an expense of nearly $100,000,
it is estimated. It must inevitably become
one of the best public houses in the country,
when it shall bo thrown open about the first
of March, under the management of Mr.
Taylor. The traveling public knowtbis
gentleman, and he will make the Angier a
magnet of we know not how much power.
Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for
Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Forty-Eight Hours.
A C Moss, Sandusky 0 W Good, Akron .
G T Barney, " W 8 Lutber, Buffalo
W B scu.ldiT, St Louis T S Woods, Columbus
i A Bostwick, NY J IS Armstrong," .
JJ Dunne, " AR Davenport, Tallniadge
W Kicliardaon.Chip Fallal) G bhryock.I'a
W EShtldi.n.lnd O Hudson, Pliila
I Butler, Ky All Hunter, Pitts
1G Anderson, Ky J L Mitchell, Mich
DBTourletou,l!nionMilIR K Paige, PsinesTille
3 B Hamilton, Waynesb'gO W Bond,Allianoe
S Meyer a I, Canton, O E D Gibereon.Solon ' ,
C H Uichardson, HI 1 Scooler, N Y
J W Tyler a sou, WarrenE Tinker, Bait
H McC'ord, Pithole H i KewtoB, city V- '
W Fallon, St Loais If 1st (J Hecomb, city
L S Stockwell l.f.SI T M Holton, Cin
C G Bruce a wf.Wash H C Spencer, Pokeepsie 7
1 B Budlong, Cliai don 11 O Kleta, Pbila '
HHZimmeiman, Yuung'nL J Budge.BIich t . '
BMbluck, " A II Orotier, Oswego
J M Nash, ' w K Payer, Korwalk
U h Aloser, ot IjOUUI w c ciimuK,
CM. Lean a wf, M.mpuisW W Bnldauy .Buffalo i:
i E Boardinan, Oil City Miss Webb a sis,Brooklyn
G S Slieoard.
V r Beoell,city
B W Jackson, Mien ;! !
E Bennett, Chicngo ,
C ii Bruce, Canada
ABC Diefendorr.Ind "
W S Dunn, city
R Spencer, Wia
31 rs Kuhm. Phila
C M Phillips, Pa
T W Phillips, "
G E Murray a I, Buffalo
W li.neun, Oil City
J J DeHau, Cin '
l' a Dleserole.lllilcago
0 E Nichols, Mew OrleanrJ G McDonoueh. Phila
G F Baker, Boxton C C bummer a 1, Dayton
L J Hodges, city C Morgau, Fosturia
J Brown, H B Strayer, gteubenv'e
S Jennings a l.RavennaA Mock.JN Y
L V nosworth a J, " W J9. SltarpmackJO i
C A Beckley a I,
RUSSELL'S FOREST CITY HOUSE.
Crane, NT J J De Han, Cin
H C Spencer. Pokeepsie ABC Diefendorf. Ind
R C Silencer, Milwaukee G Hail, city . - r '
JW Myers, city H W Faite, city "
W H Fowler.l, PalneST'IeD Donaldson al, Paines'le
A Sutton, Florence C Mason, Berlin 0
C Cook, Korwalk A Power, Meadrille
E Overholt, Wadsworth J Thompson. Paincsviile
J G Grisermeyer, do
G W Barnes, Mt Vernon
N T Goodnow, city
J Flannery; city
J A Bean
J Adams, Oil City
II P Baldwin, Masalllon
Misa Wheeler, Couueaut
H Alexander, BellrMs '
A Hart awf, Ravenna
H Schofleld, Baltimore -
C A Viunera, Mecca
J Long, Oberlin
W L Lord a 1, Bedford
C W Warsall awf, Borea
ii wuiiams, in x
John Lawler, Pa
A H Mann. KideeviUe
J Van Doran, Oberlin
Mrs Baldwin, Bunalo
J T Woods; Randolph
A 3 Culling. BellviUe
A Sabine, Euclid
W BlBOcber a wf. Wis
J L Scott, K T
H A liltliugs, do
W W Wells a 1, Bedford
C H Hamlin a 1, do
h Prescott. citv
ti nool jr, M li .
S Beldeu, Toledo
J T Bobbins, Cin
G W Brown, N Y
G W Wike. Piqua '
G W Pahnetier, Chicago
H E Ed-ty, 111
C II Russell. Chiracn
J J Newton, St L
D Brouson. Toledo
W IllUnna. Detroit
H O Foster, Clyde N
W Seigerniau, Dayton
A Kd.ly, 111
Miss Eddy, 111
A V Wauner. Vermillion J H Rhodes. Washinrton
J II ClaiiUam, Oil City W Bradley, Ka' cuun
.1 jix osier, iiyuc u
NEW ENGLAND HOUSE.
J T Tejl", Akron
J RKk-erfcer, citv
T W Fov. ler, Wuioughby
W S Lang.lou, Vt
J Rubel, ,vraciM
E Webbjr, Mich
W S Bauer, Kcw Phil ,
B Seward, Fosteria
D Mrl)nal.l, J-fliTaou 0
E P Nash, t
E B Bracy. In I i ' ''
i D Siiuontta. citv ' . '
H 8 N laon. it-.-latei
3 E Wol d, i.r -n j.
W Mahon, U f T 1-
P Carvtou, d
H G Rol rts,rto
R Tucker, do
J Reynolds, -do- " '
B A Crosier
A Hansou, WiHeughby
a orauiora, rottsoam
P W Norris. Pioueer
C L Fieher, city
B Taylor. BuBala
0 P Deaiuth, New Phil
A H Kendall, Mass
L Lindsay, Auburn, O
A Ileubey, Pa
31 Myers, Aurora NY
C J Preston, city
E R Wait, Bithteville
Tiiiios, I S Tel
W Boi iug do
M 3Iiuer, do
w B Bell, do
D Monroe a
W Murray awf.EmlM B Elliott, Kilgcvili
M Carly, Bidgeville II Wmtiughonte,Buc . r:i
It Hofliuan, Vt T Wolcott a wf, Belle i.
MilcUul, Wi. K T Coleman, city
A Bock, Vt R H Dag.., Madison ro
Cnennewortb, M'eat JefferBon ----- .
FULMER SIMPSON At the raaidence. of
capt. A. 'turner, oS (ay street, west Side, by the
itev. Lewis Burton. Mr. G-orse W. uluier and
sties .vary Lt. bimpsou; both of Cleveland, Ohio.
CLARK Tueedav moraine. Dec. 211th- 1806.
niiiie, euu oi m.. n. s aiary mara.
Funeral Wednesday, at 3 o'clock P. H ., from
their residence, No. SO Cheehire-st. Friends are
Invited to attend.
Hebellioa 1st tbe llnmnn Iaterlor.-
are sot confined to bodies politic. They
break out in our own interior, as well as in tho
bowels of tha land." Tho natural law of our
bodies ia health, but we mlanee them, and they re
volt. We .abject them to exposure, we overtft.k
them, we overload tha stomach, we neglect the
bowel., we plunge out of rooms hotter than the
tropics into an atmosphere below freezing point,
in various other ways trifle with oar health.
But these frames of ours are wonderful ma
chines, and wa can, by the use of the PROPER
MEANS, so INVIGORATE and REGULATE
them aa to render them almost proof against the
ordeal, to which, in our reckleeBnees, wo .abject
Nothing that has ever been known or beard of as
tonic add. so much to tha resistant power ol the
human .v.tem under circumstance, unfavorable
health as HOSTETTEB'S STOMA0H BITTERS.
you would escape the intermittent ibvere, fits
indigestion, bilioua attack., -and bowel com
plaints, of which cold ana damp aro the frequent
cause., use tbe BITTERS as a PROTECTIVE
MEDICINE. Thi. 1. the wisest course; tint if
alrcndy an invalid, try the preparation n. a RE
STORATIVE. In either case, roll reliance may
placed upon its efficacy. Sold everywhere.
Sunday Mercury, Dec. 25th, ls. dw2I
91,000 Reward. The above 'reward will be
given to any person wbo can furnish a prescrip
for Congo., Cold., Whooping Cough, Asthma
Consumption, which is equal, to Dr. S trick
lauk. Mellifluous Cough BalBam. Thi. balsam
cure tho above complaints, also spitting of
blood and Bight sweats. One bottle is . officiant
any one to try. The worst cases of cbrcuic
cough, asthma, whooping cough and primary eases
consumption are cured by Dr. Strickland's Mel
lifluous Cough Balaam. It can be be had at any
BENTON A DUNHAM, Agents, Cleveland, "0.
ill be found the largeit.
cheapest. And meat
la the city suitable for
Ladies, dents & Children's
AUo an elegant assortment f
AND ' . '
Worsted Goods !
Corner of Monument Square,
All AI03TS FROM 50 CESIS TO
$18 The finest lot of Pocket Knives in the
at aa, 'Tiiwi.mni.
BEST SYR1JP Very liM
I- ii.-I -.i.- fl -iT,.r, o:i-l .'ori-: - ic ; l.'t
iC y,?.i' Hy- ,U'. F-.'rt!" ljv
( ill i:ri, i f,l. MJtti'i'siES.
KH FL01K! RV E FtOl'RJ 200 bbls
choice Rye flour Ior salt. t 1 17 M..rwin street.
vail was r vvi
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 25, 1865.
As usual after s holiday, the banks to-day
experienced a pretty brisk business, chiefly
in the way of receiving deposits, the result
of the public disbursements on account of
Christmas. How many thousands of dollars
of hoarded greenbacks have through this
agency found their way back to the chan
nels of trade, it would be difficult to ascer
tain, but it is certain a quite marked im
pressloi was made upon bank balances from
this source to-day. The demand for money
was not large, the offerings of paper being
generally reported quite moderate. The
market closed easier than on Saturday, and
the impression among bankers ia that du
ring the. remainder of the year balances
will continue to work up.
' There is as yst no improvement in the
supply of, Eastern Exchange, and we conse
quently continue to quote it, close and firm
at p buying and 1-10 premium selliug.
Gold' rules steady, the price closing in
New York this afternoon at 145). Govern-
inent securities are quiet, but firm, 7-30'
tending upward. The Tribune says : "The
7-308 are the most popular security, and
cehsidcrable sums realised from the sale of
railroad : shares are being re-invested in
them. At current rates, they pay more than
any ordinary railway property, and possess
the double merit of security of income and
In this market to-day prices of coin and
governments were Bteadyat Saturday's quo
tations, ts loilows :
Sixes of 181, coupons.......
Fiva.twentlea, (old) large...
five-twenties. llSGol... luo
SareB-thirtiea, (lat crle, with -
i, . interest) . . ST
Sevan-thirties, (2d and 3d aeries.
Jwilhinteret) 07 - 88
Compound interest notes 101J 106 buying
and 102i108 selling, for the various is
The- statement that the January gold in
terest would be anticipated is contradicted.
The Sub-Treasury is preparing to commence
payment on the 2d of January. Gold inter
ests due January 1st on the following se
Sixes of January 28, 1847
Six. of March 31, 1848
. $ 282,457
Fives of June 14, 1858...
Fives of June ii2, 18W)....W. . ......
Sixo. of Fobruiry 8, 1801-.... ..
Sixes of July 17 and August 5, 1801...
Sixes of March 2, 1861 .....
Sixsa of March 3, 1803....
The following currency interest falls due
in January :
Jan. 15, an thrrd issue 7-30s . 88 ,305 ,000
Jan. 10, l"n. Pacilic R. R. Co. E. D. b'oda 19,200
Jan. 10, Cent. PaciOc R. R. Co. bonds 60,040
Tke lmpuKsyrt New York last week were
to the value ef $6,463,578, and. the exports of
domestic produce $5,44,145.
The amount of circulation issued to the
national banks for the week ending Decern.
ber 23d is stated at $1,011,050, making a to
tal of 5233,700,135.
' Local commercial circles exhibit the same
general features of dullness and inactivity
tnat have so long characterized them, and
give us nothing to report beyond more quo
tations of prices. In neither oi the depart
ments of Brcadstufls, Provisions or Produce
could we hear of a single transaction of im
portrcce to day. Holders, however, are not
prescipg their stocks, feeling very generally
that after the New Year business will take
a new start, and that there will be no diffi
culty iu disposing of stocks without the ue
cessity of sacrificing to the extent that would
be necessary in order to realize now, if in
deed buyers could be found at any price.
we can report no particular chaDge in fig
ures to-dry, prices ruling about the same as
The receipts and shipments at this point
or .Produce and Merchandise, during the
seventy-two hours ending at 7 o'clock this
morning, were as follows
Live -i'ogs. No. .........
Dressed Hogs, No ....
Cottls, No , ,
Shoetp, No. ...
Lrd, It 5
Staves, No .. ..
Iron Ore, ton
fails and Spikes, lbe...
Highwioes, bids ..........
Petroleum, bbls.. ...
Hides, ll... .... 107,900
Mieoallaueous, lbs ...... 910,000
The receiptB and shipment, of Flour and Grain
at this point during the weeks ending Dec 16 and
Dec. 23; aa reported to the Board of Trade, were as
Flnnr, 1iIjI............ 6,137
Wheat. bnh. 4.042
Corn, bush............ 3,33)
Oats, 1ibIi..... ..... 10,706
Eve. ush 550
Barley, bnsh 417
Flour, bbl... 1,33s
Wheat. blh 9.686
Cora, bush 900
not,, Hush .....Hot reported.
Barley ,1 bush............ 6.029
Theshipmont. of Refined Petroleum during the
week ending on Sattirdny ls-t were 1,615 bbls,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 26, 1865.
FiovurContlBUes quiet, and unchanged. City
brands held at $10,75 for XX red ; 111,75 for XX
white. ' Country brands XX red 9,OU(10,25 ; do
AX white 110,25(911,25.
Wheat No transaction.. OH amber Michigan
scarce and wanted ; (2,15 offered. New No. 1 red
hM a t 12,00 ; old No. t red f 1,7P1,75 ; aew No. 2
red l,10 ; No. 1 Milwaukee spring J1.65.
Coras 4Jnlet and steady. New .belled held at
K7c from .tore.
Oata Dull. Sale 1 car from store at 40c.
42c from store.
RjroDuU and nominal.
Barley Neglected and nominal.
Dreased Hog In good receipt, and price.
steady at a range of 100 11c for fair to choice heavy,
s-orat Cjuiet. City Mes. held at 128,00: Clear
Lard Seauutdssoderata. Held at 19c for city-
rendered in tierces, 20c for do lo kegs.
Hams Quiet. Sugar-cured hold at 23c.
Moulders Held at 16c for city-cured.
Hess Beef-Steady at $18,00 for city-packed.
Dried Beef Held at 22c for city-cured.
Batter la fair trade demand at 3335c for
good to choice qualities roll and tub.
Cheese Dull and lower. Good to choice West
ern Reserve and New Tork held at 1620c.
Egg Held st 35g30c for fresh. Demand mod
jBTiarhwiaies Nothing doing. We quote nom
inally at $2,20, though we hear parties were of
fered to-day under this figure.
Alcohol steady. Held at f4,404,45 for 98
cent.. Cologne Spirit., 98 per cent., $4,56. Neu
tral Prool Spirits $2,352,40.
PetroleuEO A shade lower, and dull. Wa
quote free at 7374c. A few Western orders are oa
market, but nothing of importance.
Oil Steady at the following prices :
Whale, W. B $2 00
Elephant, W. B. 2 00
Sperm, W. 8.. 00
Straits 1 ig
Dried Apples quiet at 11912c for old, 14(3
14c for new.
Ureea Apples timet and steady. Good to
choice fruit held at 14, 0135,00.
Potato Peachblow. steady audio fair de
mand at su85c in car lots.
Beausa Held at $1,76(2,00 fur good to prime
Hay Loom .tiling at a range of $8,0012,00;
Beater pressed at $20,00322,00. Market quiet.
Seeds Small sales Timothy at 3,00. Clover
held at $7,76.
l,akei Fistt Whiteflsh scarce and firm at
$9,00 per half bbl; Pickerel $7,60; Trout $7,00
07,60; Herring $5,26.
Tallow City -rendered hell at loe ; country.
Feathers Ia demand at $1,00,31,10 for Uvs
Sn.lt Firm at $3,55 (or Fine ; $2,G0 for coarse
OaoBdaga ; $-,55 for Saginaw.
Vic and Porter Steady. V,'e quote: Pres
ent Cm XX Ala $10,00 ; Stock XXX $14,00 ; Ken
nett $16,00; Pals Cream $11,00; Porter $14,00.
Half and quarter barrels ifi proportion.
Hops Firm. Held at a range of 40QCuo for
i, T'-:ttr" in fMo.
SSn5!S!-iir. i':.-'.'? Malt a-s- at tl.'VJ'H
'iU . ...
iVatv l.iiu Miakii nrmalM,ov tor Akron
Planter Powell', land plaster $10,00 $ ton:
Calcined 64,00 bpU
Unseed $1 53r
Carbon.... 78 J '4
I ar-1 . .. 1 ,. 1 V "02 30
Bank....- 1 40
Neatafoot 61 85
v . ...
V 4 U.
ClrlsKtatoaeafiteady at tha following prloss I
Berea, .mall Bias, par ton.-. 1C .HO-ja) 00,
Berea, large si Be or Biarbiilpia.. IS Ou
Black River, large, " " JT IX)
Independence, large, " " ..,..... 18 00
Lake Huron........ ......;....... 40 00
Cleveland Lumber Market.
TUESDAY, Dec. 26, 1865.
We have no qliauge to note iu the price, of Lum
ber, Slitagles and Lath this week. Trade U 4uet,
though lor the season a fair business i. doing. . Wo
Piue Clear ......SW Wtstm 00
' Second cUr...-.. 5OO0.ifrA)
" Box ... 43 Ofliii .50 00
" Common 22 00
" Coarse common ....... 18 OoiO 00
First Clear Flooring, rouiih .
Second Clear Flooring, rough.-.....
Siding Clear, dreee4.,--....-i.. Ooo ' r
SVctvud Clear... t . iS 00(
Common do ...,.., 22 (N'!$
Joiat and Scantling 2i 00ji24 00
Shinglea, Cleveland aknaeu.i.,... onto a uu
Michigan 6 00(6) 8 00
-7 1 7 60
S io, 5 75
211 00.i25 00
' 4 76(3
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Dally LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 26-6:00 P. M.
market dnll sad isiMtivai Ueaa-rs
manifest no disposition to aperate. .The Allegheny
river remains closed, but the ' present weather will
soon open up that Btream. Stocks of Crude light.
Sales 300 bbls at 21e, packages returned. Other
dealers have withdrawn their stocks for higher fig
ures. Refined i. steady, but there is BO demaud.
Refiners are engiiged in tilling previous contracts.
Prices are nominal for both present and future de
livery. 'it - 5 .: . i. .; ; i ; ,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, December 26.
At the Stock Exchange this morning the mrkt
wua dull aiH.sitfililly lower on sorut- wcBtern dbarcs.
After cull the tlullticfts couttnuvi on tlit Mn'ct hu
Erie, (till outheru aud ilttribarg ehovr a fat It it ;
off in ettrDinu lor t lie third wevL.-auu iu aumt'
tltia wat nmde a basi for harumeriii on thi
part or Brara. During tin -i-y auiina con
tinued, uml at iKae the Bears appeared to con
troi uie maiuc
Tlie'foHowln? were thecloeing prices at 4:30 p. H.
Olno & Misxissippi ccrtilicau-s 'l; Nuw York
ing IM7; ftlicMiMn HmUht-ru Clfvelitud anit
i-itlHUurgli b'i; ncvt'Iana un i Toktio : Rnc
IhIhu'I i)u, tirtliwetiteru X; do preferred til;
Gold in dull ami without and itnporttiut fluctua
tion. Tliure hwuis to be no jpecnlativc demaud
Jloscd quietly at xyA, . , ,
I Money market was active ia the morning, but
grow eakT toward tho close. Majority of loaus
were i o per tout.
GoTernmcnt arc iuiet but Arm. Gold interest
boudb are about per ct-ut better.
State bonda rcniiiin very Ariu on dareonly offered
at iuu previous prices. ,. . .
Coal and lisibcellaueous bharcs witliout any mark
Petroleum slock market was quiet but firm to-
day, wiin shk-s ui me loilowmg rates :
Clinton i.V; K-ntucky lir; Palmer To; Bt nne-
bolT.l.un IK&y; Pithole Creek 270; First N:ilioii
4j; Gfrmauia 2lf.; McClintock 675; Hf yd rick ik".;
uu urot-K a'Ju: WtUattr iwj tinted is tales Zb-JO,
Jciupire tity fjy.
id firm and in fair demnn'l. 6iil?8 at
41'Uc tor crude, and (Kt;Go for rctJucd iu bond,
Tho following are the quotation from the Dry
Brown blieeiiuga btaudardb &Si Ludlow A 2
))laclied Shirtings Waniruitta 60; I.o,dale 4;
Hill 4-1 W.
Prints American 25; Amokeftg 21; AHtn'a 24;
lelaint-s Mautheril-J- .
Ginghams Lancaster 6t.
Brown VriU Standard ."-"; Stark H. 3
Corset Jcnns Pfju-crcl 40; Bated
Canton Flannels Peinbertou A67JJ.
Kentucky Jeaitti Kolruan .s $1. '
Cascimcrei Loom und Vil- 7i.
Ticks Yor aL'in'-lt 'y, do :j0 inch ii-j.
Hoopikirts Bradley UupK'K Ellcitfic 20 to 30
noupn, prices uacnau-u ; v. . .v t. Alt-V'-r
i. jv. v.. i j incit, zu io -ly uoop( to ; 6 lu-:h.
iO IO iV UIX-H'3, ty to Il'J.
The following dinpatchea were rccelred at the
jBsicuango io-urtV :
fct. Louis Trade t-ctt-T and prices firm. There
Is a prospect of the u-e breading up, wiiofc we x
pect a revival ft bumiif,.
Cincinnati Trade iuactiro. Buyers very M.-avce.
juoaion .iiHrnei nrui anusieauy. Pioas.aiumia
tion oi c-oocif?.-
Pliiia-teluh Trade .intet, owing to the hfdidnys,
oui waitout auxpariic.itiar cliaue iu prices. .
Providence o change iu prices, (iooda iiiui,
New York Market-Dec. 26.
j Loutt dijgjlOc belter on good grades, but in low
grades, how ever, only a moderate busiuerts U do
Sales at S8,308,45 for extra state; $,659,(H
extra round hoop Ohio; S'MOtaiki.lo for tiade
uraoua. jiariici closing urm.
WMKiKT 1uU aud uouunaJ. faaleB of westeru
Wheat Quiet but l(7i2c bolter.
Sales at l,8dftr Milwaukee chib; $1,90 for No,
l aiuwauKee; and JH.Uo tor new amber Aiawaukeo.
BYE--Quiet bat Arm. Sales at $1.08 for state.
Corm Vniftaud very firm. Saivs at ai&iioc for
uiiBuuuu , iy'fffi-"(i; iir nouua wenvern.
Oats Firmer. Kales at 48(fje for unsound
origi'joc ior eounn.
PETBOLEf m Dnll. Sal-s of crude at 40c; refrn
eu iu oouu as o('ft'oc; ireo oc.
Pobk Firmer bnt not tpty artive.
Sales clnfmg at tf-?H,H, caah for new prime,
mwt -,.tw ior prime mess.
oKEr vinieiu ales at ii,wr$vo,w for new
plain mesa. $ll,fw14,00 for old do; $,0024,0o
iui uew Aim mer", j it, uotl,H ,00 Iir urn au.
Beep Hamp Qnu t raits at llf-lSc for shonldern.
and I66uuc lot hamn.
iJACOff in moderate demand. Sales of 750 b jxes
part Uumtierlttiid cut 14' ic on tryt md X:7t
xwiinij iM'iivety. ,
UOCS ilenvy. Pales Ot l.lQtj;.
Labd Firmer, tjale" nt lt;lli''c.
Butteb Lower. Botes at 3ti'i35c fop Ohio, and
zoff'jfaie for efate. . -
Cheese Dull. Sales at 10?ft3lDc for commoii
JBEioiiTS To LiTcrp'xl, qi!!ct mi heavy.
New York Market-Dec. 26. N. Y. Cattle Market-Dec. 26.
The current nrices for the wtwtk jax all th mr.
Bets are as follows: .
Beep Cattle lflfiTTnlitY. fthead. Sl7.50iai8.5O:
fair to good qnlvfy $tA(fr, 4,51; common quality
Cows ABU C T.VK9 -Kxtl us HA liend. auO..H)lfilO'i
lsiquauty wt,itiV0,w, ordinary ,i5,iKi(iSa,,ooj
)'. nj j-j'" itj, w,w, .uierior
Veal Cai vf:
lt qvurr tb it f2f14;frrdina-
ry quality lliyc; common quality .VUc; infe
rior quality ttric.
Bheep ahd Lamps Kxtrnn head Sift .rfi ft (Kh
pnme quality Sooji; ordinary quality J-Vni
wa(vii -i-tniALj ji'hiw, inierjor qauiity
fiwisiB Heavy torn fed. per lb. l&.faV. li$rht
and medium lOjK; mill ftni
The market fer beef cattle was without essential
cnauge. me demand was lair but not very active,
though 1st class steoTH met with ready-gale at -flill
ed demmd, and the, Wit meutiout'd went betririiiir
Shep and lambs were firm for good to prinio and
Hogs sold readily at our qvotationr.
Kecauituiatiou Yardti for this week and I a it
wee are as loilows. -
This week: Total Veves 33-1. cows 632. calves
i,4o, oheep and Iambs lSjl'.tS, swine 15,-2'.t6.
Last week: Total boeves 1034. cows 18f!4. mlT
t Jif boeep ua inmvs i-i.iPO, swine H,lul.
Money Market-Dec. 26.
Monet Market stead r and eaav at (jfiT ner cent
fcr call loaiirj.
Btfiuko Eichanob Quirt at lOSfaionVs.. f.r
IBl V1H9 OU19.
GOLD Without decided chance- onontntr us
iii, uecuuing to apd closing at
N. Y. Stock Market-Dec. 26.
U. S. (is 5--.iO ctupon ti2, lK'X4z do of 'oS. lOCAi:
a i isoiii j iiun-i iuid, jui. eiit
Ohio fc Mississippi certtdcatos 28; Qukk-'ilver
44; ew York Ceutral vr,yfo Krie UJ; Michigan
Southern 73; PittnbniKh 83: North Western
35; do preferred til; Toledo 111; liock Island ltu;
run TtmTfum iw.
N. Y. Stock Market-Dec. 26. Weekly Bank Statement--N. Y. Dec. 26.
'ircuiutiun ..... .....
Circulation lucreacio . ..
Legal Tender increasow..
Mining Stocks-Dec. 26.
Copper Falls 2ij?i, Franklin Hancock 1 1.
Islo Boyal 1 AUiuaesota 21 Quincy o7i.
Rose & Presties' Provision Market
following arc the rates charged by as :
Hamj Su wr -cured premium hams iR Ry S3
CanvajSc-ed Hams ' W !..
DBlfcD BEEf llb
Shovleu8 Sunr-CTired lb 16
bacon ur tHuo&eu biucs m. .......... 20
abu Prime Leaf ket t le-rnd' d i n bbls or t res 1 9
Prime Leaf kettle-rod din ketsa lb... '20
POBK No. 1 mess (uwJ bbl JJ:R (0
aCsZtra clear ii iiui . 33 00
rNo extra chart'e mado for packafres or cart
age to railroad depots or boats. AH article Hre
warranted strictly prime, andeqnal to any tiling in
thebtate. Orders promptly lill"d.
BOSK ft PRENTISS.
K.. 142. 144 and 14K Ontario Klieet.
French and Fancy Etam Dye WorkS aud Craning
Ketablishment, BHviflre Vrm, Kact UlevotaTid.
iiH H KS , , itl r-J p: iv 'ft.n t in irivf ttnri--
I call the e-iifciul rttt-ntim t (it-ntn-iuun to tlit!
IMPBOVEb FKN:fi STYLE
' EAai.... W. . STBAIBHT.
EAKI, STRAIGHT A CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
-' i ; For the sale of --l.0tr,bRAHf,
PRO ic MfD rR0YI8IOll .
8. St Cornet Tina sad Front streets.
Order, for all description, of merchandise la ear
market, promptly filled. Advances ou consign
ments. Stencil plate, furnished te regular ahlp
pers. Particular attentioa givea to tha sale etf
BUTTiia and CHEESE. mh27:223:ly:R3
oto. w. OASo.-isa, bio. w. scar, a. c. a'tui.
cardskrTbcbt A COn
Produce Commission Merchants.
Proprietors of the Union Railway Ship and Ca
nal Grain Elevators. Btoraga capacity. 250, ouo
bnAhels.v OlOca and Warehouse adjoining the ..le
vator, J j , .
Vo. 197 Merwln Street, Clerelftid, 0.
Dealers In all kinds of Country Produce. AgaaU
for the " Salt Company of Onoadaga.' Bait sold
aiwayi at the Company's prices. u
: ftdt, Water Lima, Ftour, Grain, 4c, by ear
pads, received or to be shipped on the C. C. A C,
V A T., C. A E., C. A P. or A. A G. W., (narrow
gnage) Railroads and their oonnectnosaS, loaded or
unloaded directly ia our warehooae, saving ex
penfe of dray age.
Will give personal attention to the tiling of or
drs for Produce and Merchandise on Commission.
Liberal cash advance made on consignnrmts.
We are prepared (o deceive and ship, by Canal
Lake or Bail, (without drayage), Grindstones
Staves, Marble, Lumber and coarse Freights of alt
kiii, having the ONLY DERRICKS IN THI
CITY for the transfer-of heavy Freights.
Kefrr to Banks and business men generally.
B HANK A,... L. HAMNA-.H. BU BAJ1RA-.H. A. SAKHA.
ROBKBT, HiXXA & C0
Successors to Hanna, Oarretaon A Co..
Forwarding 6 Commission Merchant
t ' - ' ' n ..'"' l"!
DEALRRS IN PB0DUCX, SALT, T1SH, Ac.
Central fizchaoge, Kos. 169 and 171 River stree
- Cleveland. Ohio. - .
, Ar nts for the Cleveland, Detroit and l ake
Bo per ior tiine of steamers. Janl
. .PKtlOi', FUKJiCU A CO,
Wbotcsale and Retail Dealers la
FLOUB, OBAIN, FEED, PB0VI8I0NS. SALT.
' Agents for the .ale of the celebrated
"Atom City" and "Akron .Etna
. i r. T Mills " Flour, .
AH the different brand, or which, together with a
general assortment of Ohio and Indiana Flour are
eonxtantly kept on hand, ha Barrel., Half, barrel.
No. 1 OVIATTS EXCHANGI, Foot of SUPI.
HIGH STBUBT, CLSVilLAHD, 0.
' AGENTS FOB TH
Northern IransporUtlon CompaBv's
. line or screw steamers,
r- - To and From
OGDBNSBUBO, CAPS TIN0JHT and OSWIGO
And the - .
Akron Transportation Compsir.
Property promptly forwarded to New York, Bus
wn, .-iu hl puiflia ast ana west, with diapatc
and at tbe Lowest Bate, of Freight.
Turoiuch contracts given to all tb. principal
xjnua m ,ew .limmn ana jiew lorE. mcn21:lt
SPBASKLK A BIRCKBT, ,
General Commission Merchan
i For the sale of
FLOUR, GRAIN, PB0VISI0S8, GBASS 8EI
BUTTEB, KGGS, BACON, Ac,
Sos. 87 and S9 Merwln st, Cleveland.
Liberal cash advance, mads oa consignment.
HUGHES A DAVIS,
Successors to Hughe. A Bockefeller and Davis
F0BWABSIHG, PB0DUCK AHD -
General Commission Merchants,
SEXTON'S BLOCK, SI EBWIM ST.,
HENKT S. OAV1B.
j CLARK A 8AX10K0,,
i (SacccBtor to Olark A Bockefeller, l '
Produce Commission Merchants,
U UIUIB aw
Grain, Seed, Flonr, Fish, Water lime. Plaster.
loaree, s ine, Uround Solar and
No.. 39, 41. 13 and 46 KIt. r ktre-it and on the Sock
Propi-rty rcceWed by Bailroaul or Canal, for Salt
or Shipment. Will gWe peraoua attention to the
.iilea;ifi purchase of Produce and J4erchaiiouae oa
Libvral Cash Advances made on Oonsismmenta.
TSBcfur to Business Men and Banker, generally.
S. r. LSSTEB, AtPS
S. F. LESTER A C0
Produce Commission Merchant,
.Kos. 48 and SO Elver Street
CLEVELAND, 0. ;
, J. G. SIMJiOSS A 10
Produce Commission Merchants
to MSBWIN ST., CUVILANS, 0.
I t - For th. sale of
IL0UB, GRAIN, POBK, BUTTEB, IGGA
LABD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DRIED
'. ... FBUIT, Ac, o.
Particular attention siren to filling orders for
autu articles as can do ooiainca in tnia market.
J. o. eiHxoss, 1uq7:2U a. o. saauta
FOB THE TJNFOBTCNATS,
i BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS.
ARK WABBANTED IN ALL CASES'
For the Speedy and Permanent Cars of all Disc
arising from Sexual Excesee., or
Seminal Lea, Nightly Emissions and Sensual
ureame, Genital Physical and Nerrou. DeuUsty,
Impotence, Gleet. Sexual TTLnaw Sw.
NO CHANGE OF DIET 13 NECES8ABT.
And ther can be used without detection. tut
box contains CO Pills. Prloe One Dollar. If you
cannot get them of tout Drua-sist. the. will be
eu. uy ijjaii, securely seaiea, post-paia, wltB rati
Instructions, that insure a cure, on receipt of tb.
money ; and a pamphlet of lot) pagea oa the error,
of youth, the couseqnenoe and remedy, sent tree
w-u lequueu lur postage. Aaureas Ar. J
BBYAN, Uousultinc Phuaiciaa. 442. Broadwar. N
If., P.O. Box 679. , Dealers can bo supplied by
Deraas. Barnes A Co.. Wholesale A rents. N. T. .
For sale by G. W. CLARK. Sruitrist. 119 8na.
nor street, taereianu. aep4:ro:watd
JIOUE VALI AB1.K THAN GOU,
' BRIAN'S LIFE FILLS.
i ' PUBIFT THE BLOOD.
Bemore Headache, Diziineas, GiddinM, Drowsi
ness, unpleasant ureams, llmam of Sight
- ; Indigeatlon, Cleanse the Stomach and
Insure NEW LIFE in tha DeMlltatf.1. .
RESTORE THE SICK TO PERFECT HEALTH.
Try them I They only cost iS cents, and if ana
cauaot get them of your Druggist, send the money
to Dr. J. BR Y AN, Consulting Physician, 442 Broad
way, r. u. isox win, and they w u be Hat by n-
iurp ai.-i, puet vaiu. areaMra sappuea by Alei
Barnes A Co.. Wholesale Atenta. New York.
For sale by G. W. CLARK. Druggist. 119 Sons.
iiui mra, .jnrreiana. aePKrecwaaM
If you require a reliable remedy to restore you as
DR. HARTEI'S FEMALE PILLS.
A nerer failing remedy for the removal of OhstrvcJ
svuv, uv uintioi now w u cautw tuev mrise. 1043T
ao owe nuu sure, aou wiu rtjsHire nataro ta ewery
smv. x j ki v oiiou vintactoiiJiiD till cases OI w ee,K
iK'Sd, Whites, Prolapsns, Ac. S-Id ia boxes coa
Uinintr t0 pills, prlc- One Dollar.
Snd for Dr. HARVET'8 PriTate Medical Adrla.
er, aauressea to ic males ; iuu p&jr, giving fuU n-
structious, 10 cents required ior puetage. If Ton
cannot purchase tha Pills of your Druggist, they
will be sent, post paid, secure from observation, oa
the receipt of One Dollar, bv Dr. J. BUY AN. nnn.
aniiig 1'iiysician, w oroaaway, fl. j. r. o. box
5079. Dealers supplied by Deraaa Barnes k Co..
Wholesale Agunts, New York.
For sale by Q. W. VLA&K. Drncxift. 119 fin oa-.
Hor Rtrnet, ClcTHland. iw!p4:rr:wAHtd
EXCELSIOR OIL W0BKS.
ROCKEFELLER A ANDREWS, '
Succeeort. to Andrew., Clark A Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND BFFLNEBS OF
Benzine and Lubricating Oils.
J. D. BOCSrstUtS. 8AMVCI. AJtOBBWS.
OFFICE Boom 4, Sexton's Block, Marwia st
JS. PEHLKT, the reliable) Opticitm. ti,
continues to give nuivrsa! satisfitcUoa in th
practice of his profusnioii, o. jUai tfuLtorioc Wi .
Johnson llouiiti Ituildiiig.
tt3.lt is to tlio advaatacs oi all, rhsu sdeU
catuaieense as that of silu ia twnc-jriiLd, t dmi
with one of ackoowletigtid akill, a bo xuakus no false
pretenaiuus ; alto a full attsWrtutiu,. of Outinal And
UathsTQAilrAl TnstiT.Tn 1&1t1
OA A Abbls. fresh (i round Flour, some
(sVV'VM ' choiep hrandi of re-1 whit whrt.ttr
JiEASK'S HtlK KKNEWtR For dress-
ii'irthe ITnir, R'A-toriug firay Hair, and enrinz
Uuldness. Tlio best prepera'ion out. r'or sale br
Cjab'SUULL . K0T11EH,
1' i': '- m???mmtmmmm
WHITE rttiil lriiliJ h 84
Very elegant price three hundred oollars.
" U. "."in. -v
dec22 ' 7 an j 11 Public Siu.ro.
RLACK fliaKAB v SlLm!lA-rJ'Orn
I I M..ta .nA 1'AlUn H-n.ll.-.-chlefS SDd
Seta, Hem Stitch and Embroidered IlandkCCaief.i
Thread Collars sad casks, all at cot.
i.u. Pswir; a co, - ,
dec22 -t at4 11 P-lic omr. )
Crumb, Islington & Kendall
'"'"l a dies-' (
.Vat 45 cents eacu,
C, B. k K.
GOODS FOR THE
At ViO Ontario Street, ,
Oder during the Holiday, their satire Stock of
AT LOWEST PRICES. ' I
Sick and Elegant Silks, a choice at
Large Stock of Dress Goods at Bar.
gains.'-' ' - ' .
Piisley and Wool Shawls, doaMo aad
ftnaarsi. . .
Hoods, Vabias, Breakfast Shawl, a
larira warlrtv. . ... - i '
Balmoral Skirts, the choicest styU
la town. i ...
Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Hoop Skirt.
Piano and Table Covers, embroidered
and embossed. ' :' ' ' "' -Carlala,
Coat, Pant and Test Patterns, for cold
weather. - i - -
Ladles' Merino Indergarmeats, a full
liae. - , , - . . , ... .
Gents' Wrappers and Drawers, plain
Hosiery, our stock Is fall of choicest
styles and kinds. "
Gloves for Ladles, for Cents, for Chil
dren, fer everybody. - --- -
Alexander's Kid Gloves.
faxci goods depabtmext
is full aad complete, and we Incite tbe attention
of the public and oar friends to the many BoTeities
niiM Beca sMtawi for . .. i ..
Elegant Lace Collars, Point, Thread, rTonftoa sad
- aaiteaai Lace Beta, rica bm neaatrmi;
... Ladies' Handkerchiefs, an enules.
Tarlety; Ladies Scarf., Id . -.
silk worsted .ad -
Caahmerev Genta' Scarr., Collar., Neckties. and
Crarats; Genta' Bankkerchlefs, Silk
Linen, already hemmed. . ,
All Goods at Lowest Prljs.
Call and examine the assortment al " "
Sfxirr, brows piarsojt,
doclS ' 120 ONTARIO STREKT."
PRICES REDUCED. I have this day
Bedured the Price. of all SBESS GOODS, and
amongst the stock will be found - ' ' -
Plaid A Striped Worsted Goods at 35c
Plaid and Striped PopllBs at 50 cents,
juiiJU-ittliJ. 1 8 ' f"1 ID-
Splendid quality Empress Cloth only fl 15
yard, with an aseoi tmeat of '
French Merinos, Cobargs, Plain and Figured Al
- .-. pacas, French CAshmcivs, Ac, Ac, '
All of which will bo odtre4 at aacb Low Priors as
to insure sales. Purchasers are rep-tfaliy lnvi.
tedtocailat B. utAAlS'b,
; novt Uorneff Bane riortt. and Pvbli8iaar.
AflSSES' BALMORAL BASE.
HX ,-1 ' TA V LOB, 6BISW0LP A CO.,
'J17 Superior street.
SOMETHING NEW !
MARSEILLES riFES COIXiS
M. HALLE & CO.
- ' :., .. BOLE AGKJSIS,
BQTa ' W Watar atrest, CleTeland.
SEW UM ELEGAST GOODS
V t . FOB TBS. ., . .
II. T. HO VVER & Co
I 230 Superior street,
Ofer the most complete and varied assortinent of
Ever exhibited in this city t
RICH, . -
:' USEFUL, AND . , .
Call and examin
v ; OX M0XDAT, DEC. 18TD,
J. M. MOWERS CO.
134 ONTARIO STREET,
Will open out, sad bars oa axhibttion s large aad
Taried stock or .. - , .... .
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c,
SfMcially adapted to the HOLIDAY BXaSOS
Their atock of
FASCT ARTICLES Av KOTIOXS
is most eetmplesto aad eateoslva, and is aatiaavlled
In thecUy. CALL AaD EX A MINK THE STOCK.
cn ' ef. n. nvwAK m w.
- - ; ei
i large Stock of ' Goods suitable for
' at '
K educed Prices ! !
c!4 MOBGAN, BOOT A CO.
la to. price, of all kinds ef
DRY GOODS I
13 ONTARIO STREET,
hare reduced thepikss' of all- kinds as -fabrics It
thHr large stock of Dry Goods, to correspond
with the recent
GREAT DECLIJX IX PRICES
In tbe Sew YorK 9farhts,
And are prepared to offer such bargains ss
CANNOTBE SECURED ELSEWHERE
Cloaks ! ' Cloaks ! !
. They have recently opened a Cloak Boom in
connection with their Dry Goods eNtrtMishment,
and are pipared to fill all orders in that line oa
the shortest notice, and in the LATEST STYLES.
ad hawinffone of th best cutters aad desitrrn'rii ia
the city, cau and WILL jroarantvea PElir ECI
FIT in every instance.
. HOWETl A CO.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
Open this day for the Holidays,
Bietlaad Tells, : -,
White Cloth Cloves, -
tlcnulne Tartan Hose,
Scotch Skating Hose, . . .. .
Paisley and lashmere Shawls.
Elegant Paisley Wool Shawls.
declS K. I. BALDWIN 'A CO.
BLACK LACK VEILS.
TAYLOR, GBISW0LD A CO.,
-'" :-Uli.l stl :
TAYLOB, GBISH-OLD A CO.,
ill Superior str -ct.
rW SAXLVB, GBISWOLDACO.
, Si? .sfsrifi itivtii
vfrmm m sM.sinsm.Hwa a mm i w0Kf s-1:' a
'"r tbT- "" ' ' ' "
Half Mmioa Dollars AYcrtii
i 10 BS DUPfiSED OF AT - '
pip BCIaLAR um.-
Vithoat Kegard to Value. lot to bo
Paid for until yoa Know What
Toil are to Receive I
j.ENDU) :"LLST"'OT ARTICLES
AU j ior osi awm-m awst. jst
?Si"cL. ' BebwardOaarraets Jno " w d.
!S VX C'.uee Urns l " 60 do
500 Sllrer Trap, .-. 1 -
ions " Ice Pitchers 3 An .
2.lo . Pyro, (-up. w:ta j so do
aoos:- tjobWU ADriakiBtTCV' u a do
3iis 1'a.tors . - fc , so da
- " 1 nnt,Card ACkaBaka ? asdos...
Rooo do do Table SpoouAFork. 3
ZiSnunfGod H't'rlaae Watches so -
XULadiea Gold and Enameled
HumUurCe WatrtMW ... W JS s .
MS Cent.' BBBttaa Cw airns . do
Uatcbea . . . . " do
SBTDknnond Blnn - . 5" " M0 do
5iliold VeandlaelBtlsVI-J-4 ' '.
) GoM Oisl Band Braceleu . ,1 " S do
lasa) Jet and Gold Bracelet. ..'." M av
Souo Chateliiie Chains and flsard
- Vaaana' ; . s -
7rnBolitaars ant OoM Bmorbes-.s
WHO OMri and Eaaerald- BrwKke.
ftouU Koaak, Jet, Lara Bad .'lorea .
tin. tar Dross- . .4 "
7990 Coral, Opal ami Emerald Ear-
drop 4 "
tore California Dtamon BreaStlwns X.SO
aSDGott Fob rad Veal w atch-keya 2,30 "
4ii lob and Vent BiblMai-sliJe. ... S
ISOoSes. Solitair. SleerbBtlona,
btadtAe-, . . . , I";
sons Gold TaimWes, Pencils. At.
Vhnu aLmiatara Lockets. .' ; S,tt
" ' Marie fvfot IS
3WSI field Tootlri4i4is, CtiiiSs., Ac.. SM
ni Plaia Gold Binn .... 4
UsoitoneSMandSigaatBiBas . J,3a
M Chaaed Gold Biaaa . . "
loujoCalisorul Diamoud Bliiga . 3 M
7 bet. Ladiea' Jewelr)-, J.uGold 1
Sua) ' ' Cameo, Pearl
Otial and other ttones, 4
HSSOGald Pens, Sirrw- Extesassa
Holders and Pencils . . - 4
HHIiMt Pen sad fesid Koaoted . ..
S do -
20 do -10
IS do ll
sow uoto reus sua hoist sisRate,: ---'
Kxlention Holders . . . IS ' 29 do
aoM Ladiea.' Gilt and Jet Bijrkle." a " 14 do
SOUS " - " Hair Bars
- andBallr""-." . . ' S 1 do
CwtiSeatesof thoTarloBS nrrlcls ar tret pal
tats ewreloB., mled -w sad seized; aad whea
ecdered are takea .at without regard to choice,
sad sent by mail, hu gWimr alt a fair ebenr. Oa
l-'vlpt of the eertiScate. yow wHl amwhat yoa sr.
5q ba'.vs sad thea it at your opt low to amd tb.
rjuibtr vO tnke the srtlel. r not. PorchaaMa
mar thlia' etaia Gold Watch, DiaBBoad Ring, uv
ma .'ewefryoa our li oh A DOLLAR.
Sema ciitA ror CertlScate
la all traBeBetk"' y m"t' V cbJl! for
fcrwardisg the eertl ' U. poalage as4
doing the tmelnen, 8 if "bs ,
saesosed when tbe '"'"'ij: -
catea wiU be sent fcr $1. A." lul
AGKNTSWa want Agents lu,"rr glaeBt.
aad in eery towa and county 1b . ,,emn,3
those acting aa' aacA will b. aUowe.'' ""Jt -srery
certiaoats erdered by theat, pro" St
remittanca BBasaaM to Oa. Dollar. AjTaV",i' '
collect cents for srrery certincate, and."11
saasstoaSMtaMlacsaaer Poatag. ataaipa.
" BRTAJf MO, dfc CO.
BOT2:284:Kid bH Liberty St., New Tork flty I
' HOLIDAY PRESENTS."" '
HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! ;
:': GREAT PRIZE DISTRBUTION
- - H ' -. "BT THI -
Xew Tori Gift Association,
71$ Broad war, Blew York.
. ' i -r
12 BossWd Phtaos, worth xross.-2SAIIS SJif.iW ,
HV Melodeoos, Bwewood Cases l'6.tss-22S.0O' .
150 Maaic Boxes . . !. e 46.00 -
100 SiWer BerolTlns; Pst. ta.iora. lS.no to i .
loo bUr.r Trait aa Cake Bai kets. 16.00 ta Z6J
. bVls SUrar lea A Tabbt Spoona 16. U0 to
W) Oold hunting Case Watihe TS.00 to 150.01) '
UOUiamoud Binge, Cluster, Ac. 60.08 to S.U
0 Sold WatchM Stt.uutoloO.uO
ml-ju'CM a-.,.ii.. CO.OOto bS.OU
tuu Silver Tsteass - UM ta -io.OO
Diamond Pins Brsache. aad Ear Stops, Ladfe.'
Sets, Brooch and Ear Props, Gobi and Coral ; 3' - '
aad Sold, Florentine, Mwwic, Jet, Lava, and Ca
bmo ; bets -jf Pt u.ta, Vast and Neck Chaina. Plaia
and Chased (toM Biaasv iinld Thimbloi, Lockets, .
New Style Belt Buckles, Gold Teua and Pencil.,
I'.i- y Work Boaee. M Peas with Cold and Sil
ver slxtensioa llokkn-., aad a large aMortment of
Fine Jewelry of every dessrvnuoa, of tas beet
alaks sad latest atyles, valued at
; ' $500,000, ;i
To be Sold for One Dollar Eacli
Without rvirard to ts!uo, and not te to paid Cwr
until yea know what yoa will rocire.
AmonK those who have recently rfrawn TJItC
AiiXsl GIF TS from this Association, too full win ft
klntlly permit thHr nuuts to be used :
Bobcrt H HotchkUa, ISew HsTen, Cona , Mera.
dwru. yarae Si.'. W. F. T. Willis, W. 2ld St.
New Tork, Diamond t'laster Fin, value f 200. Mrs.
R. G. Tppan, lb York-st. Gold M atch, tsJh
S1I5. Hits Kllea F. Pkkcrpon, Binghamptoa, N.
V., Mf lodeon, ralue f UJU. Mr. E. H. Stone, 6J
TVntU-st.li.T., Piano. valQe$350. Mrs. Teresa
A. Miller, crnton, Diemond Bine, t-Uho
817.-.. Miss Kikn J. Peik, Springdeld, Ills.; Me.
lodwi, value Dr. I. Vn Hi per, Washing
ton, D. C, Gld limit in,; Cased Watch, value tfl'.
E'lwsrd H. Lindsay, iorcester. Mass,, Piano,
vhM S'-ioO. Miss I. H. Faiwell, Dnbuque, Iowa,
Diavukoiid Ear Drops, tIuo $250. Fraon is I. Mo
run, lJti Pearl street. Moic Box, value $4". Mrs.
It. C. lngorsoll, Urbitna Ohio, Silver set, valne fC7.
Lieut. B. F. Ht-ndrkks, Will in Hotel, Wash
intjton, D. 0., Silver JPvtml Lerar Watch, valtw
t :Z-. Captain I. W arner, t th V. Vols., Silver
Witch, value $33. U. Taylor, Rinictown, Pa.,
G'oldPatmt lvev- Watch, Tain Slum Jas. H. . -Bruce,
Nsshvilie, Tena., Silver Watch, $4V. Geo.
D. Wood, Hhitby, Caaada Wust, Silver Watch,
94d. V ia. B. Betitield, t'olnmlms, 0., Music Box,
JdVaxO. Maay persoaa who iiavv drawn vaiuabia
prizes, do not wish taair aamss published or we
ni.ifbt eatead tbit list. Letters from vrioos par
UcAtlrruK.rOt th oowotry, atkaowls-dging th
nMTtjiLjs ot vaiwbaSs Hu, maw few asaa aa ale ia oar
office. ;-.,':. , ,
MAimiB or aursjatmoa.
CKBTTFTCATE8 aamiijr each srticle andfto
VALUB, are placed ia 8EALKD KSVELOPKS.
whfch are well mixd. One of thesa Bavelopesv
containing tha Certiilcato or Ontmr for fxme Arti
cle,) worts at lea one dollar fit rrtiii,) will bs deliver
ed at oar office, or tent by mail to any address,'
wit boat rrgard to choice' ea receipt of 25 ecnts.
Tbe parchaser will see what Article H efrvitai, and
its value, which may be from One to Five
llnmlreil Dollnra, aB(tcantha aeadOBe -imllar
and recctv the Article named.
r AO jB-UAS fc Every parchaeer get
, Parties dealing with as may depend on having
prompt returns, and the article drawn will batai
awertiately seat to any address by return snail or ' .
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9-g Certificate, for Ores Dollar, 13 fcr Two
Dollar., S3 for Firs Dollsrs. Great iBdacesseats
All Letters should be addressed, - -
T. BENTON & CO.,
Box 55til Post Offlce, New York. . -
., - " of OHIO.
ao Transport Psksubw aad Proparty
Bostos, ill Pe'att ta Xtw EiglaiaV
; lew Jft aad the West
rrra rBOMPnrjgs. cabe and dispatch.'
I 'This well known . Lino of Firat-elaas Screw
Sleaiaers connect, st Ogdensburg with the Ball
roads for Boa tea snd stt Points In jfew Eeglaad ;
st Cape Vincent.witn the Batlroad. between C'apa
Vincent and Hew Tork, and asOsweao-wttha Lisa
ef tlret-elaes Caasi Boata betweea
Oswego, Trojrilhahjrano! Jew Tor,
ronaiaf s DAILY MXB sstweea
B08TOH, - MEW TOES,
OODEKSaCBO, -i CAFB VIBCINT, .
CLEVELAND. TOLEDO AXB DITBOI ,
And s TBI-WKKELT LI9B for
OHI0ASO, MILWACKIB AND ISTIBilJ
, Oilia jrvaxa. .,
' ' . AGENTS S "
3. HTEBS, Rs. A, tor Doaae, Hew Tork.
O. BBEED, 74 Pearl street, Kew Tork.
JOHN HOCKINO, 7 Stat, .tree, lasa. .
GEO. A. EDDY, Ogdeoebarg.
A. F. SMITH. Capo Vincent.
CHAS. ALLISON, Oswego.
WALKS A UAIES, Tvaedo.
B- B. JAATHKWa, Detroit.
O. 3. HALE, Milwaakea,
V. J.HOWE, Chicago.
PELT0K, TBXBCH A CO.,
R. K. Wc-DOLE, Cleveland, Ohio.
PaMCTger Agent, rVwband. mhUiBS
BEST ARTICLE. IX 18E.
I. 8. HARBISfiTO.fS
It Saves Time, is Eeenomlral. and
Sold la aaantitiVe to muit tka
LEV lit AND MILIr9.
Liburavl diiscotint to Dtirmy
This Floor aaeds but a trial, to ba tofmarht fnA
OHIO FE3I1LE COLLEGE!
THE next terra of this Institution will
open oa WEDNESDAY, January Sd lgns
In. nndersigaed will have the sole tnamutemest
anddirectioB of th. .rT.irs of tho CollegeTTn eon
nectkia with the Board of Instruction. Cataloa-rmi
furnished, inanirirs an.wer.-d, and rooms wcurrd
Prsint, Cofieito Hill, O. 8. F. CAB Y
Ecc ember 9. ISej.
COMMERCIAL aVATIONAL BANK.
I'WiHiS" OF THE
nniner. OT nrn Bank f-T th. el-vrl-
"t i f.-n'f.,of l, oter
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It. Bimkiog H.,im, In tl..a eiiy. n ju- 'a. ikl
. 4ay of Ji.ou.ry. ig,, w 0 .,,k A M.'l hi
tr.oa.er -book, willl.. cl.-ed ,rom ,he ' j
ith of January, inclusive
By order of Uw Board of Directors.