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FIGHT EXPECTED! QOVS&&MKXT MESSENQhR DE NIED ADMISSION TO SUXTER. SECRETARY 8 Z WARD BENDS A 3IK8 BACK TO GOT. PICKENS. . Rebels Preparing for Y7ar! SUMTER TO BE SUPPLIED 1 FT. PICHE1T3 TO BD REHIFOItCED. 7ar Vessels Off Charleston! PE-fKSn.VA.VU TO ASSUME A WAR FOOTING. OIHO III THE FIELD ! Yesterday Afternoon's .Report. MATTERS AT WASHINGTON. NEW YORK, April 8. states that the ixoveriunem k determined to keep Anuerton Id Sumter, and supply h;w with provi sions iortbwith. A portion ut the iit-et mil leave lor Charleston today Tuesday; for that purpose. Tiier Is no desire to put additional uit n iu the Fori nuW-as rtuuuce in oiitrtd to the attempt to unmU MippiieA. The fleet will not approach t haneMun with anr h.Mile inunt. b;it supply "ere. go prepared to rvply promptlr to any re ft .stance ol a warl : k.e character ottered to a i-ace lul approach to the Kurt. Capt. .alboT carried Instructions to thn ellect to Andcr-on, with or tiers loonu hi? baMrhes ii'veio!h are fired on. liecruiiuig last jr.ijuy on. and at least f0.000 voluTttera will be .iietvd trom the Free Mates in a fw days. Oov. L't-nuisoii of Ohio ple-lvs the rapport ot his State to a viporou policy, and re Uini hoiue irmuetitHlt'lv to execute his pledge. 1 he moment the President has othcial knowl edge that any blow litu been struck, he will issue a prC!uatiou lor an extra ma-iou ol CongrtMW. ARRIVAL OF THE PERSIA. NEW YORK, April 9. Tlie Persia bus arrived, i tie maikets are unchanged. V urtike rumors coutinui-d in Italy and Den mark. Tue Persia brinrs iST.000 in fptcie. Lord lJalmeit jm. in a speech to hi constituent-, adverted to tiie American crisis. expre?hiug iIh hope that w)ia'eer the adjustment, it might o snufd at by peaceable mean. 'i us Pans llourt cuwd firm at 87 f. 80c. i hv couciitiration of Austrian troops in Veue tla ai tract eu cot;dt-ruble attention, although it w.- ourita iual tue mmeiuems were purely de- ITALY. -ivour urgent necessity for de claring Koine tlte Capital ot Italy, and guaran teeing the Pope's liberty and Indeuendence in kpmUi powers. solutions to this tilejt.aud hoj :ig lor noii Intervention by F rance, were luc Lmperor of Austria sanctioned the poUtl- C;u it; organization oi i .anyivauia, ana its re tv-ra Ion to its iunuerfartiii. LATEST. Lottos, Sunday. Tue Opinion of Turin says the .sardin.au Ambassador at London had re etdttrd notiiication from the lint Mi Government that he would be received us Minister of Ute Kingdom of Italy. S.v iiif naiid hud given the -same notification, Livehpool. Saturday. Cottou market clotted, if b-hig a holiday. Biviidtulls quiet and uteady. Prwieiott! dull. I-oxdox. Consols ftl S for inont-y ; W,fu. Hj lur account. uavrt.. Cotton iree ; ordinary 105 f : low ) T-ue loot ; market cloed dull at an ad ft nee ;'.- oi ihe week, 12. ta-Q bales ; ttock on hand, Stt,0CO. i iic Bishop of Poictiera, condemned by the Council ot Mate, was formally reprimanded for bib iate ma no a me nt on the Ho man question. 1 lie Foui.ricul Gens d Amies at Canimo, near Titerbo. are said to have treacherou-iy attacked the ci-:izcna, three of whom were killed. Indig nittioii wi general, and the people were limning addttbseEi to Napoleon lor protection. It is aid that titty thousand Austrian troops xe iu movement in Veu. tia. Ihe Porte isaid to have refused to submit to the Powers before the promulgation. The re i'ormi it intends to grant, apprehending that Kusaia might again taae the project of a perma ntnt Conierenceat Constantinople. Therowen XW )ttJ m tbeir ctemands. 'i he Bank of K&giand i specie ha4 Increased NAVAL MOVEMENTS. NORFOLK, Va., April 8. The Pawnee sails to morrow for the South with sealed orders. It is stated her that she landed &0 troops at Fort Monroe last night. NORFOLK, Va., April 8. ALARMED. MONTGOMERY, April 8. The Cabinet hu been In session all day, and something serious is anticipated to be on the tapi. Important news is expected here front the Con federate States Commissioners at Washington. FROM VIRGINIA. RICHMOND, April 5. The Unionist and some conservatives opposed the adoption of Preston's resolution. The preamble and resolution was adopted 63 to 75. Gov. 'Wise voted no. Com. Bote lard and Prerton, Conservative, A. B. H- Stewart, Union, and Geo. W. Randolph, Secessionist, were appointed Commissioners to wnit on the President, and will leave to-morrow inorniug. WASHINGTON MATTERS. WASHINGTON, April 5. However much the report of Southern designs on Washington may be discredited, it k amened tiat omcers high in authority are takinr precau tionary measures for the salary of the Capitol. The anxiety to hear from Sumter and South ern points, where conflicts are apprehended, is interute. Alex. DqthI has been appointed Collector of Richmond, Virginia: The following appointment were made to dav. Wm. L. Adam. Collector of Astoria, Oregon, HarriBon P. brand, of Mipwmri, Superintendent of Indian Aiiairs, Central Superintendcncy at St. Xouis. LOUISVILLE ELECTION. LOUISVILLE, April 8. bhe following i the full vote for Mayor at the election on Saturday : Delph, working men's Cnion ticket. 4163; Crawiord. Union, 1487 ; Glllin, Southern Rights, 52 ; Krcill, independent, 100 ; Devon, ultra Se cessionist, 42. WASHINGTON RUMORS. WASHINGTON, April 9. The Times correspondent reiterates lliat an attempt wiilbe made to provision Sumter by an armed vessel. Jf the rebels fire on her they will initiate whatever tmnbie tollowin. A letter to the New ork Times from on hoard rrr-'m 'yr nftjf inri rnrrmntirr ot rort iav ioft Key West. contelled the Commander to n:iul uutrn the Couiedtrate States flag, with the tight iutitnation that two diaerent nationalities Cuiitd not rule theiiine plac. The rumor that the Brooklyn landed men at Fort Pickens proves untrue. PENSACOLA NEWS. PENSACOLA, April 8. Mechanics at the Warrington A'avy Yard arc becoming d isath?fled on account of the non-payment of wages. A private ttlejrram from Fort Jackson ears that a war steamer, dUguU'-d, paicpd the mouth of the lliwisiippi yesterday P. t.,aod came witnin reuch ol the sruus ot the 'ort. Mie was reconitoiteritig about until near morning and thwn proceeded to sea. HAVANA NEWS. NEW ORLEANS, April 8. Havana advices to the 4th inst. Sugar dull at Cereals; stock on hand 2(tO-OUO boxes. Lxports 1S.6C0 boxes; recetpU Wt0 boxes. Sierlintr exchange 110110. ; exchange on Xew York 23 er cent, premium. Prineu Alfred wa expected to arrive at ITa ana on the 15 h int. Three more war vessels sailed for St. Domingo ontheftuihuU. NEW ORLEANS, April 8. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, April 9. The Persia's passage was made in 9 day and 10 hours, stid to be ihe shortest ever made westward. NAVIGATION OPEN. BUFFALO, April 9. Two propellers of the New York Central RuC road Line which leA here on Saturday niht are vuueiiwoa 10 nae u.-.trfueu id gettiug Ihroueh the ice. Two more of the same line .cave thu venins. vt- niog. Ttu-ra 1 s Is now a prospect of the Immediate r- 0 of ltaripa.'ion. opeCi.sg of uavigaaon. Last Night's Report. FROM HARRISBURG. HARRISBURG, Pa., April 6. Gov. Cartln ate tiiat he h reeeWed tetter from President Lir&oin Mating loat De (Lincoln) bht information of adecigD to attack tin City oi Washington. Gov. Can in tent a apecial nwin to liar eaiuBg atieotion tp tie auiuary orgaiuiauos of tha State, an recommend Inj tha Lejlulature to make IremaUiala provMwn for t! rauw'tlof U ftrK bow mullir, by etablUliui( a launarT .T ,L (- f,'.i T'h. n.DiiMiii the militia law, and hy Biakinf .roper dutrlbaUon of arm. c. ... . He calin attention to the ecrlom Jealonnlw nd divialou dlntraotinir tue ublle wind, and the milltarr oranlti'ot formidable character, wtninyly not demanded by an exhuinf publlo exigency In certain State. He add that Venn rlranla oil on no oouaael and takea no action la the nature of a menace, but deelret peace, and to .A'.w,t fit. iiMMnatinn nf th. iwruihll and DOilt leal rlghu of cltltem, the true oerel(tnty of tue alalia, ana ine aupreinacy oi iw uu un, Animated by thee aeutimenu and lndul(liig the earnent hope of apeedy reetoratlon of hartnonl. ouiand friendly relation!.. I oointnit the gravt lutijnct t. rour deliberation. The nieaga iu referred to Joint Select Committee, to report by bill. Kx-Treaeurer Moper aaye that no State loan la required to uupply hall a million for war pur-poeea. FROM NEW YORK. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, April 9. Special to the Evening Port. It le reported from Charleston to-day that I.ieut. Talbot ha not been permitted to return to Fort Sumter. Major McCulloch left today for Texae. Several merchant! today protected agalnet paying dutiea, elaiining that they cannot be com. Clled to pay until the revenue lawi are enforced the wnole country. SUPPLIES WILL BE FURNISHED TO MAJOR ANDERSON. NEW YORK, April 9. A upecial dispatch from Charleston to the Her ald state that the authorities had received no lllicaailoo that euppliea wUl be furnlnhed Ander son at any huard. ... Immenne preparations were Immediately com menced, and orders were issued lor the e itire military resources to proceed to their stations our regimeoss f 1000 each bare been telegraph ed tor Irom Uieoountry. Ambulanoes and oUier preparations lor the wounded have been made At midnight seven guns from the citadel was the -i i .v.. . t. . .umhiln. nr all ntrvM and the oity was thrown Into tbe greatest excitement. oevenieen regiineBie. wwn, " -- - -hour and left lor Uw fortlnoauoua at .1 o'clock in tbe morning. , All tha veeeels In the harbor necessary for transportation will be put in eervtoe by noon. A tit nfauven Government vtMesls is reported off the bar. , ., , , . rtlar-i-.t atmittt lights UUrlllf the aiyht from the wailsbl Sumter. It is believed tint tue ngiu win vuiumu . Stono. tit mile aoutbwanl. The batteries a ong . . .. -u....i i- .iirf ati.tr ciear- ujc cwwi uris .iibmv i. ..,.. iug Morri. l.land the Uoverumtml l.irces will cro-w to Sumter, while Anden'ou engages Moul trie. Ueut. Talbot was denied admission to Sum ter by the authorities. U i'l,. I.K..U1,I tf jttutrlies frtim anlllfiT- tnn to Gov. Pickens, and iu caiupauy with Lieut. iniooi, ifii lor i. --uihbii n. - night. . FROM CHICAGO. CHICAGO, April 9. Mississippi river open to St. Paul. The steam er (,. an Wave, tbo first bout of the season ihrounh Lake Pepin, arrived at that place last night. STABBED. RICHMOND, Ind., April 9. To colicemeu. McCor and Memlenball. were stabbed last night by Clias. Brown while at tempting to arrest him the lurmtr, it is feared, latailv. lirowu escapea CALIFORNIA NEWS. FT, KEARNEY, April 8. The Ponv Exrreis iTth ult., psf-ol alE40 P -M. " . t he Senaiocial- qoestiou- rosuainif as last ad vised. the bill to amend the Telegraph Corporation law so as to authorize the pieseut companies to consolidate and extend their lines to Sail Lake to intersect tht lifles from the tast, was passed. The news or the formation ol the new territo ry of "Nevada, gave gn.-at suti-lactiou to the citl lens of ihe Wa-hoe Mining liegiotis. A great scramble for the local oiliees under the orpanizaiioii, had already commenced. Lady Frankiin baa arrivwi at i raier River. WASHINGTON NEWS. NEW YORK, April 9. A snecial di-natch to the Herald says, that the offers of volunteer from the Border stale con t.uue to be sent to Washington. Tenders of TnuO men and 20"0 Indian warriors have been received WASHINGTON, April 9. ters luai llie receui lireitaiaiiuiis no wi ucicu sive purposes, and nothing not strictly instilled by she laws, which it is the duty oi the President to enforce to the extent ot bis ability. If resist ance is made and biood sued, ihe responsibility must fall on those who provoked hostilities. Toe assupuiocs of the Inaugural is repeated, that the Administration will not be tlie aggres- r. . . . Various theories or reasons are given in newa- Dorjera for the oresent military demonstrations. among which is one that they were stimulated by the results of certain late elections. Bnt this is an error, as at the commencement' of the Ad ministration tne president ana laoinei enter tained tlie idea of reinforcing both Forts Sumter and Pickens ; but owing to non acquaintance with the means at the command of the Qovtrn ment. and the condition of the country, the pros ecution of the plana now progressing was im practicable. In other words, it was necessary to ascertain the extent of the etlecta bequeathed to the President br the late Administration. It was deemed essential to keep secret the objects of the military movements, especially tlie sailing of ves sels under sealed orders, as uudr the late Ad ministration lb ere were persona who clandes tinely communicated its purpose to tbe seces sionist ; and a this frequently occurred before the orders were reduced to omcii ions, ana ac cording to a remark of an Ex Secretary, the Ad ministration thus always found itself embar rassed at the threshold. The present Adminis tration baa limited auob knowledge to members of the Cabinet, and perhaps several trusty offices, and precautionary measure were taken so as to render next to impossible acquiring iorbldden information. The Administration while constantly declaring a peace policy claims that it can only be held to strict accountability by the people, and however speculative may be trie publication respecting its movements, it la anaer bo ooitgauon to an nounce in advance its clans and Duroose. In oth er words the Administration should be judged by its act. l nai r on i-icxen nas oeen or wiu oe kis fbroed, admit of no doubt, and the Administra tion will do allln iu power to relieve Anderson, or seeure his evacuation of Snrater without dis honor or committing the Government to the ac knowledgment of any right or claim by the Con federate States, or In any way recognizing the doctrine of secession. The proceedings in tbe Oulf beyond the relief of Picliens, will be governed by oirea Distances The above is from reliable source, to show the basis of tbe prevent military preparations. A. H. Conner was appointed Postmaster of In- diaoapolis. KANSAS SENATORS. ATCHISON, April 9. The reports that th-re are doubt In reference to the legality of the election of Lane and Pome- roy to the United State Senate are without ioun dation, as certificete were made out and aigned Dy tne uoveruor as soon as praeucaoie. i lie Senators elect are here, and leave for Washing ton. An excursion on the river was given them by our citizens, irrespecl Ive ot party, this after noon, followed by a supper. EXCITED AT NEW ORLEANS. NEW ORLEANS. April 9. The news of the appearance of war vessels off Charleston harbor has produced unusual excite ment. iren. Brae-a has teleeraohed here from Pensa cola for 1 SCO additional troops. Two more com pan its of Zouave are about leaving. ELECTION. ALBANY, April 9. Election to-day the Democrats carried the city by woo nwjority. VIRGINIA CONVENTION. RICHMOND, April 9. Wise offered the following : Tbnt the people of Virginia consent to the recognition and Inde pendence ot tlie seceded Stnte. and treat them as an ImierieBdeiit power; thut proper laws be paus ed to effect their sep&r&tlou. Adopted 1-S to 2i). , FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 9. ' Special to the Commervial Advertiser. Des patch have been received here this morniug, from Charleston, which state 'hat li. S. Chew, one of tae clerks of the state Department, had arrived there and had brought a uie-fBge from ecreiary bewiiru w iov l'lcaens. Mr. Seward iu his mesraee diitinctlv informed Gcv. Pickens that Sumter must be supplied with provisions from Chrh-.tnn markets, and If Maj. Andeison was nut iurni-'bed regularly, the Gov ernnieut would furnish him with those tilings n nten lie muni uceut-u. We are in fcoui'iy i-xnectation of hearing that hostilities have been commenced in C harleston Harbor. - - FROM AUGUSTA. AUGUSTA, April 9. report off war vessels of f 'hn-l.'ttnn tint he. lieved. FROM MONTGOMERY. MONTGOMERY, Ala.; April 9. Jeff. Davfe made I requisition on the Governor of Alabama for three thousand troops. Eighteen hundred aiississippians arrived at PcueWOOta OB tlut Mb. v FROM CHARLESTON. CHARLESTON, April 9. Flvethou-and men estimated stationed at aul- Hvan and Morris' islands and the Coast. 0 UiU JU U. ii 0 i A L. CLEVELAND MARKET—APRIL 9. The uulavorabla waalher hjia ekucked baaiMS. and bnt Uttle has beau dor... , . ; FLOUR Bale bbl. country ground wbita wheit doablaextra at o,3ri. Th. m.,k., atllf't With tha luila.1 !.- ' . I ' ' ' uemana at our liaotstions. ' WHEAT tjuiet. "SaJs" of i car pn l,t5; and 100 bus whit from stors t f 1,17. j . CORN-Dull,at3lo. - OAT9-Qnlet t &3MC SBEDS-Clover I In light demand at $ rn,U-. Timothy Is held at 13,62 HAA19 AND BUOULDERS-Tradt-trlmmed country -eurad !! at Tffl for Bams and Nhouldars; clty-enrad at fcJIOo. HinHWmBsJ-llteady, with light sales at , BUTTER-New it begianlug to com forward, and Is in (sir detuaadat lujito. 014 continues dull ,t q notation. EGGS-Quiet at aXso. CliEKKK-rlr emand at BHWi for WasUrn Bsssrvs. POTATOES Ihlppar oonitnneto buy at Jc;i-H for choice. WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. ALB. Present tue I oil Porter . t ua- - COAL. Tunnel strip vela V toa.... a Oarbua Hill a do do slack a Mahoning- Val'y a Hanmonaavllle (tieriibg. cargo a Brier Kill, do a TuiuiadK do j Chippewa, do a Newcastle, d a Halluerilie, do a Lehigh, retail... a Lackawanna..-. a-: ttanuyutlil ar" ' CUKDAOB. Manllla..-..ti ft ill alS Tarred Hjpa. 11 axl FKATUKkS. PuraUeese Ma ss FISH. Hsnk'lno.l.Vl.llS oul9o do hf bW 7aalu Ou do Ka.btil 17 uia L hi bid 1 Urn- do Mo.Sbbl U boa do hf bhl Soa- Whitehall rlbul do hi I'M Trout .V bbl do hi blil Pickerel., ft bhl do hi bid Barring-ft bbl no ht b'A Shad T bbl do ,..hf C-M (?uansh icwt 4 sua 0 wi Halbut. -ol m So STBl'lTS. App'ea.gr f-bbl a do dried ha Pis.c.hea,dr'd pia do uupl'd vft riita. ft Leiuuu... Imix It all a t a V OrKUea.. box 4 urta Baiaio.Habux X ."Via do layer riniv 1 (On J 6.' I'ranl'errie.bl - Grauburiea ... ' FLOUB. Extra.. i bid 4 m Wl Red x bid xx . bbl 4 STai 2-, w hito xx Xbbl 5 iiMii Oil a, ai7 Huckwueat ... Oorn meai.cwt liua bU uuAia, Wheat. red ei'U I Ktal 01 do wmte vdm 1 1-a-31a 2Ja (Vrn. t1' I'B "a'. t bu Iark.-y bu Beans ... 60a HIDES. Green ontriui'ed tireen trimiued. tireen aulusl . 4 a- 4M a a Dry 11 ojj lialtskin s;reen. 8 a 9 (Oilskin dry 14 als Sheepskins..... t a V Lambskins. S8a f1 8A LT. Coarse f bid 1 7J tine bbl 1 4I DAOkG 14 It... .. IHSSU Gound solar . a OHIXlKKIktl CoOee Bio t Utal do Laatiayra ft 16 a do Java ft 17 als do aioolia.... ft ISSI7 Candles sp myBi S: W do Tallow. lot. II do StMUinef ft 14 ail's JHolaasea.N.O. t-q w a:i7 do Juba Kal St Ul do Porto K i a SBloea,Csitft U a27 ao r uimeiii mi ao do Pimeblo.M. 10 alxt do Peppe,r. 11 all do Qlimer 1 iTV Teas,tVuupowdar u a:u ao imperial.... 411 a.vi do V'naUyson H aTU do BlaA :u a7i Tobacao, twist bSalO do Oavendish 1.1 X3 Hlo. a a IS Slarcb a 7 liol baar al 87 soap, Uaallle tilt U als ao commoa 4Ha 4 do chemical 7 a a OodhAh, cwl... 4 tuni Ul SIUAK1. Porto Klco (t ft s Sa 7 Cut. 61 7 New Orlins a 71 Coltee, white...... OtllH, "y ellow Crunhed...w Powdered . Israuulated 8PIU1TS KHa ts 7ta ja S a ii HiKhwiues tgal li hisky 13 TALLUW. eer.....- c t Mutton ....rrvt PKOTISIONo. Be.r.masst'bbl do prime uieas rork.iueasNo.l al6 DO do uo fo.3 a liams,su 'ficwt alo on do c try cu'd. 8 hu & 111 Bacon. sidea.M a 8 110 Shoulder suit c a 8 no : 1 00 colin'y cd 7 no 7 il Butler, w. a. ft ft I'i al4 do Ceut'l roll II a!2 do State u a in Cheese tf alltt tiumbnrg Cheese ysa lu tens..... X doa sS 9 Lalxl, No. I... ft , ktn' IS0 J Ih Potatoes a I LUMBKB. '""i cieary-Ji 0, iHia 111 do box .15 (SI do common. 10 0lia2 Ul Poplar, cliir. -ain ul do Biding all 110 JoistAScantl'g 10 null IU hiuirles Cifvo 4 2a do Mich JbCa S una 4 00 do cut . a Lnth.sw'dpiue 1 2.. do a OlhS. Lard, No. lf-J 63a M do No. 3 a Klephout 7, M hale... 72a 7! Liiisi-oil ea i7 Soerni 1 isail nft iCarbon Uil iua 66 SKliiS. lax t l.uth at 12 t'U.ver,., , 4 l. Timothy J aai NEW YORK MARKET—APRIL 9. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FIOI'R Market dull and 5c lower, with rt,! erate hnsiuess doing tor export and homo coiismup llen at the decline. Market closing with little iihto stisidv feeling, owine: Ut slight reJu lion in IrelchUi. Sales are li.2isi bbls al ei,l.'p.K,,2.s ior sup, rnue stalls IkSSlStaA.lO tor extra stale,. S.1.'h,(. 1,3 lor superfine western; ti..30;-,i,ifl Tor common to medium extra western; i,Msa.i,t . lor slilppins brands extra round hooped Ohio; and J5,7uj7,oo lor trade brands do. CANADIAN FLOUR-Market a sh.de lower and deniaud moderate, hales are x bbls at g.'-,;e-6 5,75 for commoD; xo.35(,,,75 for common to gtstd ex tra; IriHc7,50 lor choice and farorit do. KTfi FLOI R Limited tmiiiwi at r.A.i m common to choice superfine. UIKS. luiAL-Market Quiet add nominally uneiiNUKisi. Wills KT Market !sa active and shade eneier. Sales are 200 bi Is at 18cl8Mc. WHEAT Market about lc lower with mode rate business doing lor export and home consump tion. Sales are 54oo bush good common l.h'ctmo spring at SI, 73 delivered; 1(400 bush Mllwnnke club alfl.&iin store, if 1.30 delivered; 60'W bu.b Bacine spring at I,27 delivered; 44ISJ bush red slate at t,'d2 delivered; lltiH) bush winter red western at jl,3.xi 1 ,37 X delivered; 124tsbush amber Iowa at Si. 32 ae liveied; :5iw bush white western at S i,4?iff.l,ho; 4400 bush fair while Osnala at 91,44; 700 busu wiilte Ken tucky at l,65; 25UU bush damaged while western at RYE Market ouiet at ie9c BARLEY Market dull with trifling sales within range of 6.V&78;. BARLEY ItlALT-Market heavy at gsfllsjc. Sales are lOllrxi bnsh at 8sc. CORN Market Uc:2c lower and a moderate busi ness doing for export and borne consumption at the decline. Sale are ftv.uo bu at 6667c lor old mixed western d.livered; 81c for new round yellow; 6lfa6Cc for new yellow Jersey; 60c for yellow Southern; 71c lor white Southern. OATS Market firmer with more doing at 32!& Sisic for Jersey; XJibUH.Sc for western and Canaila: Stiai c for state. PORK, Market hardly so firm. Sales are 1M bbls at f I7,25S17,37 for mesa; 112,7513,00 lor prima. BEEF Market still qnlto firm with fair demand. Sale are 740 bbls at 4,55, for country prime: SV-.7.W.6.25 for country meas;e,OIaio,IM for repacked mess; JIllJHo for extra mass. PRI.HE JtLESS BEEF-Dull and nominally tmchsDfred. HKKK HilrTS-Q let and arm at 11315 for state and western. CUT ijl EATS Market steady. Sale w pkes at 6t4i46Hc shouldera; etsVtae tor hams. The latter price for very choice. BACON Moderate request and very little offer ing. "LAEB-Market active and firmer. Sale are 13uu bbls at 10-sc, the latter are extreme rates lor strictly prime kettle rendered. BUTTER-1 selling at loc14o tor Ohio; 142 ISC state.. CHEESE Steady at 7,SI0o for Inferior to prima. N. Y. STOCK MARKET.—APRIL 9. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Markst generally a shade better with moderate bnsineaa Chicago Bock Island524; C'hlcgo,Bur lingtoa & Vuidct 70: Chicago dt Galena O'a; Pauama Uu; Michigan Southern lstq, KeHdingau1: Harlem 14; New York Central 74s: Pacific MailsO'; Chi cago dt Kock Island bonds 96; California 7s 84; Vir ginia 6s 71; Cleveland A Toledo 37s; Illinois Central script 724; Michigan Southern garanteed 33 1; Mich igan Central 61; Harlem preferred 37: Erie 26M1 Hudson 41; Michigan eouthern 3d bonds 61; Hana ble A St. Joseph 45 B; Missouri 6 60S; United S ates e 'si coupon 91; lulled States 6a '81 resutered f3n. BANK NOTE LIST. ooaaer-TED bt . a. exao a co., (AXXKaa. mains: All Solvent Banks... pari Commercial B k, Batb5ol NHW HAMP8HIHE. All Solvent Banks. M par laamiin 1. All Solvent Banks par MASSACHUSETTS. All HolvenL Bauka Ba-KiverBank RHODE ISLAND. All &'lvnt Bunks. . CONSKCTH;iiT. All Solvent Batiks. M h'KW YOKK. All Solvent Bankd. NEW Jt-UMbat. All Solvent Banks. par PENNSYLV ANIA. B'ks pax ia Philn par " Pittsburg 2 Banks in the interior iauood creit..WHM, 2 axcEPT. I Bk of CvmnierctvErls 7 B'kof Crawtord Co Id B'k of Lawrence On... B'k of Pennsylvania. Lancaster Bank...M. Erie ir.nk.H..MHH Titiflra County Bunk.M McKean (k. Bunk in 75; .M WtS Baukof New Cmttle.... barren Cunnty Bank 25l Oil t nil Bank, Xlol.i- (layBburyh..... 5i 31innueaUaia aliey Bank Ocloniro Bank.. I'itUton Bank..... . Sliamokits Bank m.. North-western Banki Warren....... BELAWAIIE. 5 ! 1 parlAIl i 6 6 16 15 fii 5o 50 All Solvent Bunks... 91 ABYLAND. Baltimore Batiks..... Coiutry B'k, Solvent VIRU1N1A. Wheeling Branches.. AB others... EXCEPT. Bank of Charleston Bsukol Kiiuaaha Bfiiik of Weston . Bank of Mannassa... Irans-Allegheuy B'k NORTH CABOL1SA. All Solvent Bank. 1.' SOUTH CABOLISA. All Solvent Bauka. ' GKOBOIA. All Solvent Banks ALABAMA. All Solvent liants MISSOu'KI. All Solvent Banks OHIO. AUSolvenl Banks,.. ' 20 "l : All Solvent Bank.... M1UH1UAN. IOWA. Stat Bank w .1 INDIANA Bank of the State area Bank of Hyracuse., Central Bank of Indi anapolia , ., Brockvls Bk, Broak- . " j-.'lU.Siaie " ja,' 5' i 10 -iAUSoifent vuie Fayette Co.&auk,Con. aorsiUe.MM.M..M M Indiana Boserva B'k, Kokomo. Mfrrctitvuui Urcbao MB k, N.AlUu.r.H CANADA. AH Solvent Ban is, EKOKPT. B'k of TJpper Canada Colonial B k, Toronto International 1'rovincialB k.Stan- steati....... .. -Zinuuermaiia sjt - CUu tun. WISCONSIN All Solvent Banks... exeaiT. Arctio Bunk. Bank of fcau Clair.... Bank or Albany....... Bank of Beaver lam. Bankof llraut 1'iftinty iutriui. dsdk 01 ureen nay...... W.fS; iBmikof Monro , par'Haukof W hitwtr. (lUnkof Wiwconsin.... parlBioit 8avinBank. t( hirpewav B it, Hipin parlCitizens Btnk, lliack ItiTer VnW..., Clark Co. Bank....w jCom'cKI B k, Kacino. 'Oorn Planters' Bauk. Dfxii?e Co. Bank...-. iElktiorn Bank Karmers' Bank of Two liiTri. llsil t Brn.'s llpnk.... Kaiavan Bank tvoHkonotie IHtik,.... Laborers Bank ;La:ro" Co. Bnk. 2T.Lnke blnrw bniik.... Mhanus, Buk Hfrcautile B'k, Lo-ii. iVMnnrot! i'o. Bank Norihwof t-rn Batik... Unborn B k.N.Lomi. n Portauo Cfltmtv Bank ineeiiT-burh Barik Rockwell ACn.'s Bank State Hock Blllk S'St, Croix Kiver B.ink loTradesmen's Bsnk.... Waushara Co. Itnnk.. WlWood County Bstik... ILLINOIS. Solvent Bnuks (Peoples Bank .. rsirr&loek Security Biuk. American Lxc goB k Bank of the Cuiuinou- wealth Baiik of Knleigh (kirn Kxeliange Bank Bunk of Aurora.. Nulioniil Bank . Stute B'k o( Illinois... Simth'n " Oraj v ie itiayvine nana.. Bank of Chester V'tncv Grand Prairie Bk If armer's A; Drover's ninK jRailro.d Bank isercnant s at ilrove s Bnk. ..,., .'Citiren's Bank ... 'torgan County Bank Bank of Albion.. Hank of Beun.o ..... S?l i?feS,3 L&IOQ Bank uf Ut-pubiic ltl ..l. a kl. ...1 ar'B(?iTiU.. B.nk. .11; jCorn E,ctianre Bsnk. iiHnai riiin k . Ltifbes. .Com'l Bank N Ilavn 'Continiuial Bank (Corn Piantrrs' Bank. Kftgur onnty Bunk... Kront-T B'k, Bonton Farmers' B'k of III.... B'k.N Haven Lauranter Bank - oiFTuj.-iippf BtverB'k "New iMnrkft Bnk.... Paroet B'k.Grtwv'le Prairie Htate B-iik.. hawiiwue Bank Union County Btnk... H4,. VL2iANA. All SoItpiii Banks.... TENNKSSEK. AllSoivent Banks. KENTUCKY. Batiks... MARINE. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED.—April 9. Prop Elm ire, from Toledo to Dunkirk, flour, and uilicHanetis articles. Schr. Jeoey Am llnp, (Br.) Port Burwoll, BU torUs whlnglo bolt. Schr. K. i. (iibbs, J. Bnniiev, Toledo, 7TT0 bub wbcat, lor Cm A Bigham, Schr. Nunobme, L. B. Dywr, Hamlunky, 115 tuns plaster. CLEAItrD, Bark Naomi, Wood, CtilrsB-n. 310 tons i0iil, shippe-l by Crawlufl 4 Price. Bohr. New London, ltt weil, Chicago, 403 tons coal, Morrm A Price Schr. J. H. Drake. BorJon, ChiniRo. 400 tons coal, from I'utd ji Co.; Mcaual nU-s. John L. Brown, Chrislupher Audrews, E. B. Edward. ) Attach (a TlbbeU, Peate, Attachment before O. B. Juntlt ol th On th JWth day oi February, Idtil, au ordr of ai tacbtuvtit wu f-iiued iu thirt action lr tbe sum EUthty-ilre Dollar, and Eichiy-two (Jen U, and tbe same is t f-r bearlntr fu t he lyth dav ot A Pi ll, at o'clock, P. M BHUWN 4 ANDBEW8, Cleveland, O. By John L. Bruwa. Smith, Doi4A Co7 John Little JOHN LITTLE IS HEREBY NO TIFiKD that on tbe 21st day of March, lr.il, an order of attachment waa Uiturd axainst Liu by Uauison Mi.ler, a Justice ol tbe Peace of ruyaboKa county, Ohio, at the instance d Smith. Dodd A t., who demand the sum ol fc-MuW, with iuteret Irons Man b Jutb, lwd. iNiid ce will he lor hearius; oa the 6th day ol May, .Mil, at ..o'clock P. 1. JOSVPU POOL. mar-ail Attorney for PIMVn i iu AliaciiLueut. iJcltjToO, V KoliAinbe. J. P. nfClvslurt.l J. E. Uartwnll, dPt. ) Cuyahoga county, Ohio. ON XUE 21st DA Of MAHCII, ls6T, ald Justice irMued an order o I attachment in lheatove action for the sum of one hundred and and Nerenty-one and 67- lot dollars. Tbe time set for tbe trial of said cause, Is May 6th, Intd, at V o'clock A. M. WM. IS OUT u. Cleveland, March 27, 1861:331 0. i. 1-ariiuK and L. Ullder, pltfTs, vs. Id atiachinvnt. Belore S. Kol j tmlre, a Jiiiiiceol tb Peace of Cleveland, Cuyitboga Co., Ohio. John Whetstone. ON THE 23d DAY OF MARCH, 161, said Justice lmued an order of attachnw-nt in the atmve acti(u for tbe sum of orty-etuht and w-Uxi dollars. The time set lor the trial of said cause, is May 7th, 1mI. at one o'clock P. M. C. B. BAKL1NO A L.U1LDF.K. By N. B. hherwiu, Attorney. Cleveland, March T, m:XA HALK Pursuant to the ooniraandofadecre der of sate, from the Court of Common Pb aa of the county ol Cuyahotra, and State ol Ohio, at the suit of Kzra Monlux. plaint! IT, at(aint Levi Thom aa, et. als., defendants, to m directed, I shall ex pose for sale at public auction, at tbe door of the Court House, in the C ity of Cleveland, in said coun ty, on IHaturday, the 4th day of May, (Mil, at two o'clock P. M , the following described real estate, situated in the township ot JCust Cleveland, lu said couii'y: "A tract it laud situated lu lota No .and 5 in Katft Cleveland, in Cuyahusa county. Ohio. le ginniLfr at a point on tlie pUnk road at the went cor uor of that portinL of the pieuiinet. set oil to Ivlectur iSnell ; thence tj. iVi1 j dcjrrt- L. ii chains ; theuje IS. de (trees W. 3t. liuks; theuce IS. Ui. d-tiees K. 6 7ncbuins U the west line of ChltUudfU Louis' laud; thence south cbM.UA ; tlenc N. de-fire-hs W. wtbams ; then e N. durees W. ctiainn to the plank toad : tbei.te N. 39', decrees i. t.Vi tliaii.8 to the place of besiiiuiuif and coutatntng i X amea, nioie or U-ss, acre-t of said laud lie in iu lot No. 4 ; and 3 j7-1uU acres in lot No. 5. Ap praised value a). WILLIAM K. SHEItXVIN, Master ('ouiiuirtstoner. WiUlanixaii A Riddle, Attoiuoys for l'liuiiif. apr.i:rt. CARD TO THE PUBLIC. The amount of hotfllv and m-Mit.il miiorv uribin fiom a neclect of humll complaint Is incalculable, and it is therefore of the utuitMt importance tbwt a strict attention to the t and mont trttltns: bodily ailments should had ;-lor uifeMHee of tbe body in vannt'ly a fleet Lbe miud. Ir. Motiat's VioiaLle liiie ivie'Ucine', iu every instance where they have been thoroughly used, have triumphed over fjisease iu aluoNt all its dm-mided forma The sai-itrv f. frets of the Life Mlkine have, in fact, been so uiiiwraaliy experienced, that they have become fully established as the moat -a-y. sule at-d psrfoct mode ot treatment ever otiured to the public THESK MLOICINKS Have now been before the Public, fur n..r-.,.t 'U. years, and during that tune hive miiutninetl a hisrh character fo almost eveiy imi- -d the k. lor the extraordinary curative pro)-. -v whicn they possess. IS MANX THOUSANDS Ol certified insfar.Cvrt, thev have even re-cue. 1 snf!er ers trom the y.-ry verge of au uu'imely grave, after uwihh v I'uni uius ui ttiH uiy n . ve iu varia bly failed. So reat, indeed, ha- Uietrt-thVac' inva nably and inl'ullibiy Dnmv. th.t it hi tanu,0.i otii,-,T ,r3n ,uou MiiL.icni ir-j ill f tlOM WHO e wilu me i fauiimiiy pIHD-toplncal pnu- ipl'-i upon wh ch thoy arocoajpouudoLt, and upon which they cnBru.neut!y act. 1 r was to their man- ift-Kt and s nibie action iu Duritv I(tP t lit Ir.rill (Tia a oil channels ot life, and enduring them with rent-wed tone and vigor, that they were indebted fur their UrlUlU. - 1 1 MOFFAT'S BIFK PILLS Ml Are composed of VepeUMe lneredi-nts exrltuivelr. a can Oe a'cerUioeO by cbemlo-1 tests. Tn-ir prom inent gualitleaare tliose otan active and utrliiui, luuuvu priim:iiv i uu una mg reaoie aetrgdut apo rleut; .1 a gentle snporitlc. promoting the insensi bl. perxplraiion ; of apleasantdiuretic. invlEorHtlns tbe kidnvai d bladdt-r; and of a delightful toulc cardiac. excltiDe BDoeiite bv the dmaii.i. nr.n digestion, andcberrlna the mind with that grateful sen.e of renovated h&allb which is wb of the most TUB PHCEMi BITTERS .'! I So denominated from th,-tr aarnnl.l,ln ra.l.,.mllf A a. i .a. r."" asbes of the most nllapldated eonstitmions are more strongl? ionic and more immrdiately invigora ting 'nan the Pills; containing the name choice eatable eitrncts as tk latter, in a different ni di- i il'i." Sit i " ca'naruc, mantis Lit K PILLl. tlev neverthelaaa lu.ln . .1..." the alimet tary cai. al much sooner ; general Iv sliebt ly operatine; within thri-e or fuur non s and produ cing a decided sense ot relief to the head and stomach and exhilarating tbe mind, oven in lee time than this. MOFFArS LIKE P1LLS!!1 In affections of the head alra- ho.H..i.. headache, these Pills will be found to Ro6caa the most salutary efficacy. MCFFAT'S PHiBjIX BITTIP.S!! Have been happlily used for the cure of Fever and An no with invariable success. BILIOUS COMPLAIJiTS-A MODE OF CCKkl! ! I well reirulitedand proportionate quantity of bile upon the stomach is al ways requiaite lor the k-v-u..,. u, uuu uiim-u stimulate digestion and keeps the intestinal canal tree from all obstruc tion., when tboreisadellcien yofblle, the body is consUutly costive. On the other hand, an ovnr- -- - w. w,um-. tieijiMrui nsuai in the stomach ; and olten promotes very severe attacks of , " nus,iuici.ifu iu ueain. BB. MOFFAT'S L1FK MEDIOl NEs r l Should be taken In the early stages of Billons Oom- ttlaioIR : and if Mtrs.v.rul In . directions, will positively effect a cure. PILE3T PII.KMM pltVdiii As a remedy for this moat distressing; and obstinate malady, the egetableL!fe -Medicines de.ierve aSi"-tl-ct and emrliatic recommendation. It is well known to hundreds in this city, that tbe former pro prietor orthrae valuable aledlclne was him lf af- r; - . tviupiMH, ior upward or Thirty- bve years ; and hurled in vain every remedy pre scribed within the whole compass of the "If-tiria iledica. ile however, at length tried tlie Medicine w hich is now offered to the public, and he was cured in a very short time, alter bis recovery had been pronounced not only improbable, but absolutely impossible, by any human means. ' MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS PHtENIX BITTERS r'.iM nPUMi. k- u L . . .. . .. ..j,,.,. huuruuaiiiy rieaolng the flrat and recond sti machs, and creating a How of pnre hnallliT h In. in.tMil nf i h. .,.1. . , . i r i ,ur a"" acrin una . ... .. '""'"ri'iiii', noanuuru, Headache, KeHtlessnesi, III-Temper, Anxiety, Laugonr ami ; """u ""i .-"" re me general symptoms of - . , . i . , m uiium conwequenie oi It cure. 1HS LIFE MKDICINKR For Billons and Liver Complaint, with t eirmany well known attendant-. Bilious and sick Headache, Pain and Oppression alter meals, Qiddinei.3, Birii nees, Uearilinrn, I,os of Appi-tite, are sckio.wie.lgid to h. vastly superior to anything ever Uiiore off ted to the public. MERCURIAL DISEASES ! TI 1 a rn iuui i we cuu.uinuons nave become impaired hy the injudicious use of Mercury, will flud lhe- ruiv-iun yvi mci. -jure, as incy never tail to eradi cate irom the sytem all the effects ot Mercury, in fi nitely sooner than the most powerful ore Mirations ofarsaparilla. SCUOFULA ! iUP muni iiommrrMw oisrrornn, tn which the a . ' V L,-ni me victim had been prey ed upon by the I n Hat table disease, are provrd by un dentHble atnhnrirv nf ti mi)..rar. i , a. i'HVe h(n rrmnlcrlif s-iirsaw. Kr t.a.s.. ..-Li.. bie Mici...; Vf;;.iTv.v..JT.r:,i':.jr.1: uih. wuu iuuuii more tlun U"eicSn. AL'l'TK UU INFLAMMATORY' RHEUMATISM. A JiTIIROSIA CU R0S1CA, or CHRONIC RHEU MATISM , These diseases, which are among the nimt pain til, and. I.y 'giinrant treatment, tha most inveterate to which sunVrlng hnmanity is liable, are curtd, Np-dity and pcrtiiao.'ntly cured, by a proper course ol the Life Pills and 1'hwuii Bitters, MOFFAT'S PILLS AND B1TTKKS!!! Bnt it is unnecessary to enumerate the many rases In which th.- purely Vcgclalile Jlcli.iiiea have l., n n'-coe,aittl, hot let usiiiquiro: w by .ro i b--y ao univaraal in thefr bnppv e ft.-cls ? Beceiixetbey P' IIIKV TH K BI.Ot,p, and tlina re move ail cniiae ol dipea.e In the nvitem. BecHiise they act poaerfrliy upon th-j secretions of the body, and removeal! inipiiritieii at on. Because they do not reduce tbe system, but InrU orste It thus repairing no retrtint from pleadnre or bnineas during their operation. TRY .MY MEDICIJiKS::: Try bnt a slagle Dose ol the LIFE PILL SI!!! TRY THRH ! BK SATISFIED!! BE Cl'KEDIM rBErARrp ar DR. WM. B.MOFFAT, Broadway, Sew York. 7Antl for sale by all DrngnUts and Hi-.li.ine Dealers. Price Pills, Scents pt-r box ; Bitters, l per Bottle. l.l.a h"K. IR00KS S. V. & E. W BUILD J KRS. Also Manutacturers of Doors, Blinds, sn, Bracketa and all kinds ot Scroll -twi ha and Gothic work. ParUcuLu- aiteuttv-n paid tofminf up 8tor. factory on Division street, cenr Uentrs NION TOILET VASH BALL, hirbir nerformed. can he fonnrf f ieo 0. J. JLi.LjkB '8. i2 Pub. gaoara. SECURE cure r NervousHeadactte CURE Headaclie. By tha use ..I theae Pills the p. r iodic attacks Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented; aa.i If taken at the commencement of ao attack Immediate relief Irom pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom tall Id removing th Nana. or Head, aclie to which Female are aubjeot. They act lastly apon the Bowel, removing Oust ivenesa. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Female, ana all persons of sedentary habits, tbey ar valuable as a Laxativr, Improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to th digestive organs, aud leitoriug tr.e natural elasticity and strength of the whole system. TUE CEPHALIC PILLS are the result ot long investigation aud carefully oonducted experiments, having been in nae many rears, during which time they bare prevented and relieved a vast amount of puln and Buffering from Headache, whether originating iu the nervous sys. tern, or front a deranged state of t he Stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their composition, aad may be taken at all times with perfect safcrr, without making any ehanreof diet, and tbe absence or any disagreeable taste render It easy to adminis ter them to Children. BEWARE OF C0DKTEKFK1T81 sr The genuine have live signature, of Henry C. bpaiding on each Box. "Sold by Druggist aud all Dealers la Medicine. A Box will be seut by mall, prepaid, on receipt irf tbe price, TWENTY-FIVE 0KSTS. savAII orders should be addrussed to HENBY O. BPALDINU, tp Cedar Street, Sew Yolk, THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS, Will convince all who sutler from HEADACHE, That a SPEEDY AND UE CUBE IS WITHIN THEIR BEACH. As theea Testimonial were uusoUclUd by Mr. tipai dlna, they afford unqoeationabla proof of the eftVacy of this truly ecien tlc discovery.' MafOxvnXK, Cotin., Vvh. i, i.. Ml. 8ALll!r., bia: I have tried your Ophalic Pills, and I like them so well that 1 want you toeend me two dollars worth more. 1'art of theae are for the neighbor, to whom 1 gave afrw out ot t!i first box I got from you, bend the Pills by mail, and oblige lonrob't Hervant, JAMES Ki.aN-NI.Dr. flavxaroan, Pa., Feb, 6, ISfii. Ma. SfALBIKQ, 8ia: I wl.wh yon to send me one more box el your Ceph alic Tills, 1 have received a great deal of bene tit from them. i'oiirs, respectful !v, MAttlT AKM CTOlivUOLSt. bfaucs Caxa, Huntfntrton, Co., Pa-.) Jauuaxy la, iaol. H. C. tSPAIsl'lNQ, Sia: Yon will please send me two boxes of youi Cepha lic Pills, bend them immediately. Jteepectlully yours, J NO. B. UIMONd. P. I have used one box of your Pills, aud riud them esoellent. Bxllk Vsjuios, Ohio, Jan. 4,161. Bkmbt C. HfAi-Diso, Kaq.t Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which end meauotoer box ot your C-e.pba.ie PUU. Th are tr iiy the best Pills 1 have ever tried. Direct A. tfXiYi,K, P. M. Belie Teruon, W yandot Co., O. BxTtaLT, Mass., Dec, 11, 1360. H. C. iHpiuiiNa, E!j t wish fur some circulars or large show bills, to bring yoar Cephalic Pills mora pnrticular. y bdore my customer. If you bav an tiling of the kind, pieevM eeod to me. One Of mv CUntnmM-a. who iaauhiMt tnuMM Kick Headache, (usually lasting two days, waa curwd of mh..umiu udp umiroy your nils, wnicn i aent her. .Respectfully yours, W. H. W ILKES. HcYHOLDgaraa, Frank Un Co., Ohio, . January 9, lui. j Heart C. Spaluinj, fo. 4o Cedar St., N. Y., ' Dxaa Hia: Inclosed And twenty-Ova (25) oeuts, Jor whkh send box of "ttopbalic Pills.t 8euJ to address vi Kev. W m. O. Oilier, Keyn obis burg. Franklin Vr, ohw. Jour Pills work iikea charm cure Headache al most iustsvuter. Truly touts, , . . Wm. c. ullkk. YrsiLAMTi, Mkh., Jan. H, li61. Ma. SfALoiNti, His: Not long since I sent to you for a box of Cephalic Pills for the cure ot the .Nervous Headache and Cos tiveness.and received the same, and they badsogotxl an e&ect that I was induoed to sum. fore rare. . Please send by xeturn mail. Iirvct to A. K. WtlKKLK K, Vnilantl, iiic&. L From the Sxaminer, Norlulk, Ta.J Cephalic Pills acoomplish the ot-ject for which tbey were made, via: Cure ul headache in all its forms. (from tha Examiner, Norfolk, Va, They have been tested 1b mora thau 4eua4Ud caes, wiUt entire success. From the Democrat, St. CI .Mid, Minn.J It you are, or have been troubled with the head ache, send lor a box, ((Vphalic Pills,) so that yoa may have them in rnse of an attack. LVrom tha Advertiser, Providence, K. 1.) The Cephalic Pills are said tn be a remarkably ef fective remedy lor the headache, and one ot the very beet tor that very freuuent complaint which has ev er been discovered. From the Western B. S. Oaxetie, Chicag4.HL We heartily endorse Mr. iSpalaln, and his nnrl Tailed Cephalic Pilla. From tha Kanawha Valley 8ir, Va.J We are sure that persons suffering with headache, who try them, will stick to them From tbe Southern Path Finder, N. O.J Try them I yon that are afflicted, and we are sure that j our testimony can be added to the already nu merous lit that has received benefits that ao other medicine can produce. (From the Ht. Louis Democrat. The immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pilla) is rapidly enervaaing. From tha Gaxette, Davenport, Iowa.J Mr. 8 o tiding would not connect his name with an article he did not know to poesee real merit. ' I From tbe Advertiser, Providence, R. I.J Tbe teaiimony In their favor is strong, from tha most reepectaole quax. era. From the Daily News, Newport, R. 1. j ' Cephalic Pills are taking tha place of all kinds. From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston. Said to be very efficacious far t be headache. F-A sintrle bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED iiaiL wii save ten limes iu oofiiaanuHt.y.nMI SPALDING'S PB.EPARED GLUE. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLLE. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 8 A T E THE PIECES! ECOS0MTI DISPATCH 1 tSff"A Stitch m Time Sara AW-tfig As accident will happen, even In wall Mmlatal families, it Is veiy desirable to have som. cheap and convenient way tor repairing Furniture. Crockery, T.s, Ac, Ac BPALDIKO'S PBBPARED OLCB meets all snch amergeaciea, and no howebold can afford to he without it. it is alwaya reauJr, and p. M) lav . las si fwuis, USEFUL IN EVEBT HOUSE." 5. B A Brush 'accompanies each Botil. Priov. 25 cents. Addreas HII..NKY (. SPALPINQ, ha. t Cedar st., hm lark. CAUTION. As rerUIn unprincipled persona ar attempting to pHlmolToo the UDSuapectlD public. Imitation ol my inuranauuLV, wooiu rantloQ all per ns toexmln. balur. parchaslug, and se that lb full name . Ssr-SPAXDIHU'S PRE PA BED QLCaTW ts on t ootsl J wrapper ; all others ar swindling f CLEVELAND and MAHONING BAiLftOAD. TiarTaai No. IH To tak enVet on ano ilkt loiuielay, Manb Sxt, leol. Cleveland to Tounatown. Train leave mil.. tx axaa. I. leT..l.nrtl I, 5:.' a. at. Nal..irl. , JO Plana Uoa.1.. :t " 4 O.I f. a 4:1s w -ion a-o-i A nrora... a;l naiitiiu M :ll .':-l Oar. ItArlllu.H.. y 3v V iii'iliaiti...... in: U " e:oi Brarevillu 1U::!7 " c;i; Lriuvitlsl;ura'li.....w.HM.lt':Ci ' 6:14 iritli......ll;lj :7 " fv . I. e . II:K". ' o:;.a lii'.rd...Mwu.w4.MH...l-':ii7 r. 14. 7:04 ' B;i.-r liui ...li;M " 7:12 ' Arrive al Vcuoali'au L::30 M 70 Voungatown to Cleveland. 'I'raii.s leave axr-abux. stalk. l uiti.toiri... ei:.4 a. H. 1:40 r. at. Brier Hill . ri:4l ' I: oi " 'I.--C.I t,: A l;o Nile Warren L.wil iltab.irK.UK.. Iliac, ill ie w Indt.am. ...... , liarrcllaviiie.... Mintiia...mMm. Auroiu.HMm. ... 7:01 7:Zt 2.CI z-.rai Z:iS i:l.i .1:41 3:.'.7 4::: 5:13 &:-oi 6:11 , e :l'J i V:ll . :Z7 Avwburgb...... l:43 Arrive al ClevelajidHw..lii:tNl 7:o', ' CUAS. L. BUODES, I'levoland. .Ilan-h 4), '(A. Suparinleudent. Q.REAT NATIONAL ltOUTEl BAL11illKK OHIO BA1LBOAD. IMPKOVEl) St:llKDCLKl By re. .ml iniportatit cbaunee this ltd la now able to l.iruleh uuua.uil la.-iliiiea tor iiiiercumaiuuicalloa kast,S.iulh. Hiei, .oi tliaest aud outbwM. rl LL CO.NNk.l.1'ltAa wilb all through trains to I'l.lludulpllm and .New fork, In the aal with the Sotilti, by it. VViialHue-ton Branch Boa.1 by Cleve i'Lji.l auil t'i'tsburi;b, lulial oliii. and Ma. letta and Cincinnati traina, aitb the fiorthvteat. Meal and Soutbaeet. l tirousb Ticket to Baltimoie, Pbiladelaliia, Kew Tork or Bosion give tbe privilege of lyintf over at any ot the intermediate cities. Two Dollars addi tional give ilia pruileKe of visiting Washington City en route. This is the ONLY route that can furnish fhrengs Ticket or BaliM Cueuka to VVaahlngUin City. -Vr'are a Low as by any other Bonle. VaVr-leeping Car on all iiKbt Trains. Adk lor iickcl by Baltimore and ubio Kailroad. J. U. SI ELIVAN, .r. , . General V eatera Aent. w W. P. SMITH, 1 u M. COLE. Mailer ot Traiuportat'n. General Ticket Agent. leuliKji JJLEVELAND TOLEDO K R. Ioo-1. WIfiTEB ABBANGkMKNT. i o-l. On and alter Monday, Movembar th, lemi .lain on this Kvd will leave Cleveland as follows -7:40 a. at., Through Mail, stopping at all atari ps on the bouthein Division, arriving at Toledo 4:1)0 p.m. Mail, stops atallstationseastofSandniiky, ou bortberu Division, and arrive at ban. dusky at 8:1.'. p. at. T3 r. at. Cbicajjo txpreaa Stops at all stations ex oept vtanhinirlon and Clay, aud arrives in Toledo at 12.10 a. at. OONNKCTIONS. Connections aremadeat Monruevillewlth the San. dm.ay, Mansneld and ewak B. B., at Clyde with the bacduaky, De-yien and Cincinnati K. U.,at k re mo ut with Fremont A Indiana K. B., aud at Toledo with the Michigan Southern A Northern Indiana aud Toledo and Vi abash Bail roads lor Chicago, De troit, Jackson, "ort Wayna, Logan port, Laiaystte Cairo, Allon, Si. Louia, and all points Vtl, N,rtn west aud Southwest. Trains arrive iu Cleveland trom Tciedo and th l KM . ., and e:ii r.m. And from Saudus- rt.r information and ticket apply at th. Cnion Ticket Ortce, 61 Superior St., and at tbe Depot. Cleveland. .Nov. 24, le, D. BCCkAjB, (JLEVELAND, UOLU31BUS & CINflSNATI KA1LBOAD. Irtl. Wurrrn AaaaaeuirjiT. On and alter Monday, November 2Xth, Lseo, Paeaeu- (ier Irains will leave Cleveuuid as follows: a;. a. at. N. If. a Cincinnati alxpree Ktoppin at Betva, eralton, Wellinaton, N.w London, Salem, Shelby, and all Station south ol sneiby, reaching Columbus at 1:40 r Cincinnati at p. at. 7:a p. a. NlKht bpreee-po.ppuig at all stations norlh ol uahon, Gliead. Cardiugton, Aab - ley, Delaware and Lewis Center, and ail otner statipna, to leave pesaenxer only. Beaching Columbus al lu a a , and Cin cinnati at 7:30 a. at. CONNECTIONS. Shelby, bWnsky MausH.ld A Newark Ballroad, for MansBeld,Mt. ernoa, Newark, Zauesvlile, Creatltne, Pitt-bnrgh, rort Wayne A Chicago Bail- "tli. Fo'w'1 lppfr SMdiwkr, Delphoa, Liuw,ort Wayne. Laporte, Chicago, Sc.. west, and aBt for Mananeid, Woosm, kaa sillon, Ac. Gallon and Bellelontaine Ballroad Line, for Marion. Bellefontaine, Sidney, Inion, Muncie, ln- dluapolis, lerreUaute, Vincenne. Evans. vnle, Lonlsville, Cairo, St. Lotus. Ac Delaware, with spriugtield, Mt. Vernon ud'Pttta .. , bu,r1n ,ullrod for Springlield. Columbus. Little Miami A Colntobua. and Xenia Ballroad, for Xenia, Dayton, Indianapolis. T,".H'"e, St. Louis. Morrow, Loveiand. and Clnciunatl, and with tbe Ohio A Ail! souippi Ballroad at Cincinnati for Louis- ville, fcvausville, Cairo, St. Louis, and ad points on the Ohio river. Oolumbua, Central Ohio Ballroad (or Newark, Zanea. yllle, Vi beeliug, ajc., lolumbna, I'ioua and ln'i,a" Bilrod for Pio.ua, Urban. Ac. pomisana mlormat on ap- alr at the rtr.lon Tu b.. t: r tlie PaaaenieT. Sttio; ' U1"r " , , . .. L. S. FLINT, Superintendent. Cleveland, November 24, 100. c CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH RAILROA II Winter AiMnniam To take effect ou Mouoay, Novemoer Kth, loo. Trains leave Cleveland daily iHnndays axoepted.1 a follows: :soa. .-Mnll for Pltiaborgh, Wheeling and N-ew Philadelphia. 4:15 r. M. Accommodation for Bavennaand Miller. ourgu. 8:44 r. a. xpreas for Pittsburgh and Wheeling. CONNECTIONS. Both Trains make direct rin wiia vAnn yivauia Bailroad for Baltimore, PbliadeipbuV, New York and Boston. Also with Baltimore A ubio Bail road for Baltimore and V anhington city. Also, con nect at Hudson for Akron and Mill.rai,nr. Time by this route as quick and tare will b MBauiaiH vy Aoctoem L.inea to new lork. J. N. McCtjLLOUUU, Snp't. F B. MYEBS. 0 T. Aeent. novi'4 c CLEVELAND & JiKlK K li. W1NTEB ABBANGEMEN'T. On and after Monday, Nevemlier 2hth, lee. Pa. nuQ-. . . aju. uu loitow a ; LF.AVK CLlCTFr.avn Sua. a. EXPBkBSMAILTBAlJi-Stoppingatall Stations eic. pi Wicklilfe, MenU.r, Perry, Cnionville and Savbrook : and areta .1 Krie at l::ia r. a., Dunkirk 4:3) p. at-. Buf--, inlo :u5 r. a. 3:211 r. a. I tiNNKAl T AlXOMMODATIOJi-Btop. 9:00 P. a. NIUUT Ki-PllBSS TBAI!-Stopplng at Vaineavllle, Aslituknlaand Oirard only; ar rives at Krie li':43 a. a., Dunkirk lot) a. a., CLAVE KRTK J:20a. a. NIGHT KXPBE.sS TBAIV-Stopping at Girard, Conneaut, Ashtabula and Painea- vuieonir: arrives all leveland 7:15 a. a. :50A. a. EXPBfcfsS MAIL TBAIS-Stoppiug at ail Stations excest Savlvitenk. I. ni.vnTilLa. Perry, Mentor and Wkklute.and arrive at vievetaaa at e:io p. a. ACCOMMODATION TliAIN will leave Conneant ate uia. a., lU.ppiti at all stations, and aiiiTuu. ai viHTOiiuiii si r.l 4. H. All the trains going westward connect at Cleveland wilb trains lor Toledo, Chicago, Columbus, Cincin nati, St. Louis c: and all tbe trains going eastward connect at niiuaira witn tne train ol tne rt. k. A K Ksilroad, and at Bntfalo with those ol the New York venirat ami jwnaio dv j ew torscitv uailrosta. . . u- NOTTINGHAM, Sop't. Clavelsnd, N'OT. a 1K60. DE. SWaalal'S t. T INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, Till GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDT, FOB BHKUMATISM. GOUT, NEUBALGIA. LUMBAGO. STIFF NECK, JOINTS, SPRAINS, BBCIPES, CUTS AND WOUNDS, PILES, HEAD ACHE, AND ALL BHKCMATIC AND NEBV0US D1SOBDIB3. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connectica The great natural Boo. Batter. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut I known all over th United State. Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connectica! is the anther of 'Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Curs Bhenmaturra and never fail. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Core Barns and Soalda immediately. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is the best remedy for Sprain and Amiss, Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen Cure Headache immediately aad nsrrar tail. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Afford Immediate relief for PfUs. ud saMota tails. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cure Toothache In on mlnata. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Ours Cat, Wound Immediately, Waving ao scar Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment I th beat remedy for Bora In th known world. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Has been tuvsd by mora than a million people and all prala it. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is truly a 'friend in need," and svery family sbo'r hav it at hand. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment I for sale by all Druggist. Price cents. KIuyAEDaON CO., . ptn:dwBj gole Proprietors, Norwich. Ot for sale by Strong A Armstrong Sol Agents for Clevelsnd. OTANI0 AND ECLECTIC Medicines at wholesale and ret&il. bv o k 0,J. &. O Pub. Square, SssKHBES! FT " Homes for the Industriovia ! - IS TB C a4a4eAli W U 4 .w.. .y-?teZZ ' ""- frw :t'"'-- ' .,.-7-- ' .f'.r'Sr: I J - -as- " . tl ssi'ir aa ii 'lrtl-' -eTaaT?----"- THE ILLIX013 CEXTML EAILEOAD CO., E.UE F02 SALE i 1,200,000 ACRES OF RICH FARIIHTG LAIID3, In Tr-t f Fevrty Itrn a4 mfvr, Lttg CrtJU Bud at Lo v PrlcsH. st V ,. tkw V Jl 4& . kechasic3, liuntssa 'woairso hei.I THE attention of th enterortstag and hvlustrkms por- tjAB of the mmmon.ir la iltreaeit an ih. rotbeKMna-.O sutemenuand Uoeral ttiauceatn offered ihem by tile IlLEfOIS CESTRAL &AILS0AS C03CPAJT. which, as thT will peroerra, will enable them, bj proper energy, penaaverance and lndiuury, to provide comrortabb boTjvr for tberiov-lve and families, with eouuarutivelT apeakmg, vnrr little oaplvat. LA1TD3 0? HITS-CIS. No State m the Valley of the Jf usiip..i offer so great! an inducement to the settler a the State of IlilnotaJ There I no portion of tha world where all tae ooadi- lion of riimate and soil so admirably cotnoot to pro-ltiiey docethosetwogreatataplee, Con and Kaxar, as thejuf Preirieaof llhnoi. TEZ SOUTimtlf PABT Of thePgatelleawlthlntheemeca-thetounnr.cloej while the soil is lmirably adapted to th. growth Tobacco and Hemn. and tbe Wh.t is worth from 15 20 eta. more per buabel Uian that raised farther north. KICK ROLLING PEATSTE LASUS. The deep rVh loam of tho vrkir is cult.vaiM with tuch wonderful facility that tue farnvra of the tasteni, and Middle Stales are mo Tint; to Illinois In great num bers. The area of Illinois itt about equal to thai of La (land, and the soil ia so rich Uut it will support twenty millions of people. EASTZR5 A2TD SOUTH F.HX MAEXETS. These lands are dmtiiious to a railroad TOO miles in length, which conn-vta with other roads and narura bl lakes and nwrrs, i r is atTbrdiDK an unbrota con- mumcaUon with tha hiiatrn ana &oataem nMraets. .APFLICATI02r 07 CIIAL ThTis far. capital and labor hare been applied to d e4ofinff tha aoil ; the (rreat Ttwart of the State in ooai and iron are aimt-rt untouched. The mTartabie rurt that the niktxliAEie arn flourwh bwt where food and f uH are cheapest, will follow at an early oar In Illinois, aad tatheooorMOfinenextienpniinen-vinraj lawaanaipared eeeaaitiea of the eas warrant the belief that at lA0f Are faundred thooaand peopia will d enframed tn Sute of LLunois la various lnaauxaiufiiig cimpioy- BAHEOall) STSTTM OF XLLCTOXS. Over $100,000,000 of prirate capital hara been ex- ponded on tbe railroad system ot Illinois. Inasmuch aa partof theinoome from 'several of theae works, with a valuable public rund in una, go to attninutn lae. - uv expetise ; the uxbs au uoin, ana unlet conecq'jtnuy rrery Oaf decrease. THE STATE DEBT. TPie otoat aN it ORly $10,105 14, and stitts rAe laat Urns yam aos been reduced i,96,"44 SO, ami sta muonaoty apeet that in tat y-orj it x-iU teams c-at Hnct Pamphlets descriptlv of th land, sot!, ebmate, cm appboatlon to J. "W. For the) name of h Tovsn, noU CeMil. li. la., see paLges 1S8, 18 4k j - tany,'av7.att- -t-llt-K ! One Hundred DoUart Premitmlll SEMINAL WEAKNESS, on graajHiToaaaoa. GLEET, Ac, and IMPOTSM0T CD REV, After all oiber Treatment Fails 1 1 DA. A. GIBSON, Fornwrly of hew Kork. City, will par One & drM dollars for the proof that ne erer ails to cure the above named dieeases. Ha will m- tha sane nuo for the proof ttutt an 7 other rnreiciaaa in the United St tea trvw the aama dieeaiea wiia aioal Bucoerta. AiU-r maor years ot Uborioos study and axpwi ence. Dr. GIBsoii is happy in heins; aiie tcand ounce to the noiortunate, thai he has perlaoted a sj atem ot treatment lor Lh BPEtDY AND PKEMAXXST CZKM t the abore and othor Mfw MJ a .. aith all bad eftecta arising thertrota, taclodlnt DEBILITY OB KKETOCS FKOdT RATION. He haa siaeceeded in curing oases tn tali city, some of whom had expended hundreds of dollars with elf-etyled phrsieiane, who aiteaato tretai. pr1mca niaiadiww wtta saoos, azd wltAo-U reoalTtbag the irAt aartide oi Wnedt. Dr. GIBfON does not boast that ha is a member of some lollvtge in London or Jrane, aa perhaps eome others do for the Durooeeof entnarine the innocent. and who hold ont gTfat expertatV.ns nver to ler aiized. Box what Dr. O Icp-uN Slight boast ol ft thin, that he ia able to give entire satUiacilon to ttioee who repoee ooDAdenee ia his abiiitr and fntea rtty, and that he has nriero-dan American sytum Of treatment which chailensee any Phrioi-ui ot Lon don or Paris, or an 7 wtteat medicine toetaoal lor the raaical cure ol seminal weaknv-ia. and ail linraene of aeranffements, hotn mental and physical, arming irom sexual or secret aoaae. Dr. GiiJoON also c Lai ma tor hU new treatment th lollowlua adTantatres oTr-r ad others ret ducoTerMi and first, the agents nied are in no r.part diaatfree atle; he nee no n? lice of the dark; atfee, such as Krcnry- nor any other deleterious draff: Svndly u r3iii icim.ub ui ui. or oaftiiiese le rQUirea; j. aim, It his treatment in uoiitive and certain iu ail cjjmbm. He stands piYpard to ao Into any public or private aoapitai mine l niiea eu.u ana aWwnooetnts; a immenMnupttriority ot hi new treatment over and other aow known to the worid in point of prtwpcy m, permanency, nuldneaa, aaiety and eonveiueaca to the patient. Dr. (iihtioH is permanently located In Clewnland, and has during the pait nine moaths perlornid inuiy stirea ot diseases which lud for Teui reelatMl ail other nwvies ol treatment, fisoference can be to inaiTiaiuus 01 me ui resprtaoiUty in iMffiaaSt Breton, tiew Tork, and othr r1tg ia if?ani to skill and iatAffrity la all proreeaionai trauMcloa. Irytipepeia, khuemAtiyn, Hcronua and al oltroaia tvsefifl traated enth superior snocern. MT Medicine sent to any part at tha country leeiDt ot tn dolLrkra. Dr. OlBSON'd bew Work on Physioloy for sa.'e at mm omoa. DR. GIBSON, Infe3or 0 Uctropathy nd Medcvu, BmT Office Xo. 117 Ontario street, ap stairs, a sew door from the Public fiaare. Othce hours from 9 to 13 aad frees X to ft o'clock tally, (nnndara exraated, i anjrs D&. &. J. LYONS, Phtsioias of th Theoat, Lvkq AND CHEST, TZNOWN ALL OVER THI 1 V the (Join try aa the eferatd will be at his oiHc, ho. fpricr atreet, Clera land, Ohio, (oppoeite the Poet Office, two durs eea at Hoflmaa's Block,) on the fvtlewing dates ol eect and every month, viz 1 Uiy 24 Uth, UtbUthtmdZQtk. SMTA KMPHLk.T,-a eontafnlnff a L;1?1 kfUh ot lr. Ltos's Lite, Btndy and extensive Travels, has jaet been tnstied br him which can be obtained at his olnce by all who daua one. tree 01 cr.ar.tn. A Pittii KTM KNTS ARHOin Toledo ii tirciiAU t isiotl, kvriaerly OtUlaa Hooat vscn Buaia, miu, ai't nou ahu, iUTDa Colli os IBoUaVti, efn Boe.h, MandSfli Aaronmi irv titju, each Boonth, Mb and 4th, Paineevllle Cowlt H "ie, each mBih, XnJx. at a vUoo 4 aAncn Uotl, iw k mouth, 9 and It Sttna Bebe House, each month e;n and 17ih. Bi Utm-r-Br! lev ao u-ue,Wh n.onth.3i)th A ilt, -t-walk AaierKmu lioase. tsat-h moaih, ieaa Ainaa, 51ict. Wu mouth, id aad IttaueO-ld 7th una th. Dr.L-UNiS prvktmn to dieoern dtseasea by th Kya. He, thereiore, aks no qnoetions, nor reoiim the patients to relate any ot their symptom. Oott eoe and all, and bare your symptom and rae bxa-' tion of your difeatw explained, tree ol 'chares. MAXIM siiiH ill A0UKKK!) TO. 1 iv audi tialm as have no trice Vih oritur or ttir laws ot Mu-; With bin d my hand- 1 nevnr ftala, - "oc ijia men tsat their pain. T. 8. Dr. L YyN plMige hi nacred word and boae or that he will in noite, dirvotly and i nir: ily. dnoa or ranee any Invalid to take his tnedirine witia oat ihe atronaat probai'ility f reiwt or a c'u"j-1 MTUousuitation and advice free of charge." Tha anr will hs It It v rrmi--l drtA S. P K I N G GOODS! LADIES' Sliks. Satiaa. Crapes. Laces, ete and GENTS' Coats. Pants, Vfsts, etc, colored. cieaneJ aad finished ia the beat t.tf ia. -tvarLace, or Iamatk Ourtsics, Shawls. G Lores Plumas, jc, cleaned 'nd r-rinnbed. iis E'K. CYK1 a A, rrnoh Pre-". m9T plaae rt-meuiter No. 9ft Seneca Bt. aa tere are thrv drnri ou tht- ame sttrent, ttit2 USKAGALN. G.S. V ILUAMS Hteam Prar and ahiw I Cleaner, bea leave ecnixinceto hie ttianus aad t!e pubiir, tnat b home again, and located at vi ft. Ca.r atrw., Ckt-va land. 0., where be ba flttd up a V VIC uutsB iU the beet machinery, rardlws of exptna, aad it ters himtll inul br t-ric: atrstioo to busiaeas tarf he will be able to retrain that (ytrt-iie and aoppug whkh tor o aianx years cruwued his aikiaaarjnk RiinulvW JB. JACKSON, SILK ANE . WOOLKN D V tK, Wo. IU P-rl street, Wee mae. OtMce No. 70 Bank trt, liarna' friwvlL a. a d-kors north ot St. CUr street.- kihui. 0 everr Ta. wtv OManed tw Jth 41, Garments cleaned or dd without bL.g Ukl. apart Ol&as opatt troB 8 tVaiodk A. H. Uu 172, 10 iaWAW J a-.-tj tetskkt ?o? riAnos. Tha ate 1 rapidly nUmj op win popuiaron ; Vi, person haviiig b-'-en acled B:nc L5o0, rira.g t being eomnosedof ndeepriuil loam, tbererti: which, is nnjsurpa5ied by any oa te gibe. TO ACTUAL CDTH7AT01a3. I Since lv'-4, tit Comrxaiy kit tcid 106,000 ocres. "a to ciiooMrs, end eeST? elco.t ' with wood land a in Uie rattoof 1 W lu lnfa.or the runner. The terms of Balef-i U.e btiiit oi Uitm we'froea thevaloatjoo lor casn, exoeritue same aooi.ia o six douar per acre, whh thJ cash prai w il be Hy Idoira. prodactioDs, prices, and terms of juTTocat, can be had FOSTER. Land Commissioner, CHICAGO, ILLDiOI.-i. VllLasrea, stn4 Cltic. nltncted ttpctt tlia APPLETON'S BAlbVAl LlJiii. 1 preset populatioa l,7'JJ,ee3, a raao of 102 pr au. m KS J ' . AGHIU' U LT U H A T. rEODITCIS. Tha A jricnirnral Product of Hiioi are creator than those of any other Siste. Tiie prodnctg rent out dr ri the oM year exceeded loO.rl toca. Tawaeatorvj iof ltaapoToacnea &5.0o0,000 besbobt, itb! tha crm ,cro yield not less thaa 10,000,000 bo&oa. rERTHJIT Clf TS2 BOIL. Nowhere can the indagtrlccs farmer sxjenre such mi- meoiaie result for ha labor aa npoo theso nrairie aoat. am V.ITr , "T- ronAlutn vmrl,?i.!)V'?klka' I' U matn cf .i.boo, tkramah which i jamn4.f ccj ouiy Zo '. ttttot tr A tck apainaf per c-n-L IVIDaECZS 0? PECS?2JTY. An an eridepgw of the thrrft of the poot-1.. It miv be stated that tttiOOO tons of frvioht, inciiUiOit; a.twu iw bushels of (fram, and 50,000 bstnoLi oCtujtic wee ijt- wardel orvr the line iustyeAr. EDUCATION. Mecnamca and workii:rmcn wiU Had the free school vytaeni enconrap-d by tho .Siato aud eodtW'.-d wim a larsje revenue for the support of schooM. Tj-sir t.t.. dreaeua live in sirLtof the chnrch and schouincptLsw, and trow up with toe prapt-Tity of UU& tead:itg tite m tha Great eatera Impire. PSICES UTO TiE33 C? PAT3EE5T. The price of there bnis vary from 50 to $ J por acoorduui' to locauon, quautr, &c. tim ciua jutb,;. tonaaaeUfar abott 10to'$i2 prr acre ; and j tha rc-Uivo expense of acbdum? pra;rie Uad aa cm- tn'1.n,i. wUl be CJJ YEAR'S ITTZIaXST at six per cent, per annum, aud six interest lows at aiz peroeuC, payable respectively la or.o, two,taree,f,rtir, dve and cue rear from data of saio ; nr.d f jur P.itc for principal, payable m fonr, five, six tn-i a.'v- n years i from date of 8aJe;tbocoutractstipu!al.nj that owe-teaMti iot Lna tract, parcoaea enall De lencea ac.i coinvaai each and every "'-ur, Tjr live yeia from da'.e ut aair, so that at the end of flro j jars one-ha.f shall be i -a4 and under cultivation. HMir PEE C23T. 'WTLL BS EEUUCIIJ) (Slothiufl. E W. SMITH. AGE.NT. LIAS -fcBirived hi-Tailoiing i.sta lihri,-nt to N,. an ?nor t rpet. OB stair, orer litrrtMj.i A 1 . ley's fry Uoods More. A large assortment of Fashionable Hprtnc vJ on hand. aprS: Ui rll& GHOri'I S LETTER. A ghoatly letter we have had. It CAme the other nit;ht, Aod thna his ehou.np commecca : "I promised 1 wooM write Aad let you know my tab of wo. And why I cannot re-t, But wander round theefreeTi at nLgit ' la dead men's clutuinf drsattvod. . MTwo years ago, yon surely know, Tnare ws a secret order; It spread from Mtiiueto Mexico, And to our Westorn I orVr; 1 Tft-T ti!LH ls infTti'tn walteaagnas. ' Or rathor ?oni yl Mnlta, And all wtb bound by s'iaiaaoai.ha, Swora at aeacrod aitar. "I took tbe oat h of secrecy 1 I pon mv oendi-d knis. And paid brouah all ordeals. With fortltudeann esM. 2 held my onia my teeth vera good. And It was then co ded,' I wooid embrace the -uUcit extremity heu by my country ruwed. - - I was Hoe milrtrtrr and conli swim, Ther hailed me wiili gifatjy, And thovk me by the bau-i atJ saiu i was a bniv, brurt Ujj ; And to show their grnt eiioeai, G. R. J. A. ttrt-y males hie. But I had ut the honor l"iii, When in the grave tncy latd m. The seat I filled wirh hnor cnoa, Is vacant and I'm wnrritc; . . My spirit rannot rp?t In pe ce, ho tack to earth 1? hurried. Bnt I have wnnrterid many a al$ Ut . - la evry ctr?er ivd J(r.-, ' To find a tonof Malta now, I look for, hot in vain. "I think it stran e. ontt sranter fndeed, Por thn iu in black snroudi mi in whit. -Thousands (.t'Smia mar hvi thro' taestrseta ' At twtvt o'clock at n'Kbt; And ladiee rnhf-d to nee tbnt, The poik in their mlivlit - ' Protected tiiera. and all did sap It was a curious sight. "But now alone I cannot to; Polka any I uave tbeoi irUbtened: Tp catch me men have marched at B'gfr, With faces rear hug whitened. I1!! wrire agila and lt yon know Th ttlea ihey tll fbom me; Bnt nil I do, fil rlothinr cheap At LMO.S HALL wi aTs'" New Spring tij-tes ot Ra.dr.XaJ. Uloiaiag ler -We and Hoy, clieaji fur Oaau at ISAAC A. I3AAC3 MAGNIFICENT UNION HALL. ot Agesw-y for tn sale of Singr's Oelebraud SEW ISO MA CHINES, avn STOEUS ACT0MAT0M PRESSMA5. ' Corner of Cnion and Superior street. LOOK OPT F"ft Tit F i;i , 1 r4 -a T'AYLOK & DiUiviON, CLOTHING WAREITOrsS,'- HOa. 66 ASO K W0STH SrEI, JiW IOE. i A Iarg. Stock ofCLOTHiSO for sal (or oaak sw i food credit. W wlli not rerose tbe latter, bnt tha. time nroT that nothing is so good a the to raier and tosneh borers w will give every advantage There na never been a time ia tn. history of th. trade when w have nunnDutnred CLOTHING SO riTKAPT.Y . and tht advantage we will DIVIDE with Mr'rie tomera, ar give them the whole ol it If required; oul " rtv.tnCASa,andTon shall have the good a lour Own Price. Worth cts., corses CncRrn St.. SeaxClsiiia, Mellen A Co s newdture. fehj; SILAS SAlITlLCauea, .- ats's - i t-'nabrella. FrssrsHiNa Gt-x-s, t.trf.et Bui, Sr-ris.r, :Dresi CLKVELAND, Onio.i , . ; JotosoB Don, j ' t,OWI11 I opi.ite 'i'oQcy Belts, I AencaHotna. ipOT:aoalieJ . SHIBT3 MAIX TO, Camh - StotJu, Scarfs Ohret, ... Batitrj, UndenhirU, Vramert, Sutptndtrt, Shouller OEDEB jTootb, Hair ' and warranted to Ciotbes FIT. :.Y.l Brushes'" Uracte VKAT ASSOBTWTVT OT CCSIOM ltAJ)l. 1. ! U 1 V WBOLEULE DEALERS It au srvos or EEADY MADK CLOTHING. ogl So, 147 Vk aier Street. l lv!aDd. njINTLEra EN'S Clothes Clsan." TT l)), Eanovaling nd Meniling astahliansaeut rnaiscis Aoan. Tailor. No. lu Prtuwi ,n aeremiw devote kai attention t cleaning, r-oo.a-tlngand saen.ilng Oenlieaien' clothing. He has l:itieslorilolnghiworli iu the best manner Oentlensen wLI and it for their internal duniig im hard B.aes togiv Mr. Ager a unU. mar f - na A .8. REDING, MEECIIANT .TAICCB ha removrd to ao. In oaOeaaWs U.ock, a lew dcora wat o) -.u-: isaro i arenry, wnare ne will U ai-aws 13 a-o -o4 has wd astoaers. , a G3QSJ, al.i L uum. iias. Oaitl .heninil.li llul. Mn ..i. lll nsataaoa to call oo hin. ' ,"T rarueuiar aiteniiua paw to "ruing Boys' . h,v A K RroiMi.aj.ni sua, gj", ,' 'fnatgas !..-, -i THE ANODY.VEXPiTCTc ! ' JL A T lor C-7sna, Cold. Croup, and ta a 'U rt f-j ChtiLir-o or Aduits, cauuitv Iacll K' r - aaturaa. 2rrvoard and -A I t pwi lt. . J. a a ", it a. K. s? 1 Tto. )?' ' aTSSy s i-ERF U aM E R T sWaai to any other bade sid ic a a cfAper iMi 0. J..AA.IAa.