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HORNING LEABEB. Tt ?p4 SioelN.., APatiLlTa : K27 iJ)TiST13IJtK!fT3. Iwr axeeWV-rr Leas tvarlor. Was. Clm-r Scat. ' VuM XAa -A Matodaeav fUtasltea wulrf. By Im Worn. O. aV Bacaou Piiixitili ntui Bulbar a luntuKllNm'i B Tie. S. A Waitow St. eaorga'a neoWat aeoV.tr. . aV. Meraaaa 0ed Btckei Weal. w. a o ! Vui4. gX. asw.oata ?rvaat fare shad. 2. F. arwocd-ao4tc Ma I Us tor a. cec amy at Maai. V-waa w. Paro-ataeier Bale. tnMt 4 w"iWa uc,l (otiaa. Bakar-Paat i- Local XcUca, W. P. Pot-St! I Mica 4. tm xa-aaaiMM 8 otic. I . araiMtew-Saalaeo lotto. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. aaraSTCua. Cata.M...7 .. rr. loaoo -...I M 1 L.e ca, M . M tiiiiir(lMkMiIu..i.M " I hLmuf . a 00 " fc.a.wy.. ( -kiMrlt. .... H 1 bus IS " .. - aaarVAIJ. Ct-totiiae. Mi.IL ' . . 1 J e-U, J.M t " labn.iM 1.1 11 -:t-trf ul VVbiiiig,..a " 110 " e.a'wmi.ig MM " 'Oi - fc.iourty IN " 4.-brol........ ...... ....-. i-wott Boat. ttu Unset wibir.g ooaveysaot to either of tht t'-ore iraias ar boat. wOl b Bailed (or by th a. Taoftf ol Ittnv uauMi i.in, by lesviag tl..r aadraa at ia Omnibu Odioc. 13 okotriur uwes, ki! ioot t u w jaaeu a JtW Th ariee ef ttta loinn Ludu to aewi ta ia Oaa lUar aad lirij Ccata pet baa Ared, ead no deviatioa aaeer aay eireeawtaneiia rka poalaca on tha Uasu, to Sw Daalaa M aja-fcana of a aeat par oopr. W woid prefer that paraoaa ramitlsg post er ataaipa abodd and u aaa aad three cwnt la. atead of avccraraestJaatloBa. THE CITY. CzTkok XaaociATi TutrLi-The ragn Ur quarUrlj meeucg ol thU hrmscfc of tha Good Templar organisation was held at $ w- bcrg Teaterday. A goodlj namber ef Tern !a were represented. Considerable baai assa psrtainisg la tha Order was trsxsacted. Among the maUera of pnblio interest, the resolouon vaa ra-aiErmed to hold frequent putiie meetinrs in tha different kcalities where Templet exist, and plans were devised topuhar ttatittict for geserai diatemica tia. Tha next meeting will be held in thi city, with Cavabog Temple, on the third Wedneadsj in Jnlf. $t. Ckoaea't Bocistt. Tha aervieea be tor thit Society on tha lid intL, at 11 eaioek A. M, at Trinity Chorrh, will be of ehKraeter tntireiy novel in this eity, though they are annnsi! observed by the St. Georg' Soeietiet ef the Eastern cities and fWintdn, Ktny of the fisett tisgert in the city will be prat ant in the choir on the oe eeaion, the mosie asder the direction of lir. John Undtfaer, leader ef the Trinity durch choir. The intention of the 6oeiety to devote the proceeds of a collection on the eesaeka to the Soldiers' Aid Society it high ly commendable. Pint Eoiuii. We in informed that Piper, tha forger, has been released from etukWy si Chicago. It will be recollected thai he waa takes from this city on a requi ritioa from the Governor of 'Wisconsin, bet cob hia arrival at Chicago, was lodged in j&a there. He teUled tha Wisconsin matter, abA there being ao charge by which to hold fcia ia Chicago, ha waa accordingly restored to liberty, to renew hia depredai iona. Parties in Iowa and Hiaeoare were eager to posset him, ud it ia tomewhat singular that they have sot bees enabled to do so, a matter which the Chicago authorities might easily Aeve Buajged, hot for which they aaa have litlla hope bow. Thar aeemi to be a screw somewhere. Iicaskd raoK UiL.VAiT Envicn Tssteray afternoon Thorn u Bryant, a mi aor, eeliated in Company S, 74 -h Segiment, WJ diacharged from the service, upon a writ Ct iseeat eerwav, by Jodg e Tilden, In De eamber ltt Jadge T. difcbsrgtd him from tha 45ia Rsgiraeot, and he re-enlisted in the Tith aboct a wetk afier. fie recently de eded from da latter, taking wita him arait aad eqeupmeota. E is probably a Tory bad bey, to whom a Utile military tiaising woaid 4o ao harm. Tixm ar C'-inttB. On Satarday morning )cV&MWeea thehonrtoffivtaad six o'clock, the dwelling house of Mr. John Weeks, of Can 6 a! A, Mahoning county, editor of the Canfield Herald, wat costumed by fire, and part of its eoatentt, embracing most of th iothix.g aad bedding of th family. Mr. V. had barely time to rescue hit two email awns, who slept ia tha chamber near where 4ie fire orijioated. A young man, a printer y Baiae of Cyrus Dtge, waa baoly burned ia attempting to escape from the boose. Ee saved himself by jumping out of the second story window. Lat abut $1,(90, partially iseared. Cr. EicBAUtoa 8am Tha wifeof Cept. Kxhardeoa received a letter yesterday from him, dated at Pittsburg, and since the fight, which renders it certain that he wat not .killed, and he state ia hia letter that he wat aot evea wounded, but waa stunned by the erj'.otLca ef a shell near him. 7aex to rai Astlc. Jame Kaihewa, wee tome weeks ego was arretted and lodged im)-Jl for insanity, was yesterday taken to rtieAtjlom. He wat ao violent thai the explication of a "straight jacket" was found ' to tedeee bim to (overnmenL LtcviAixa. On Tuesday, James Brooks, lor t3me time confined ia the Lunatic Asy lum, his insanity consisting in the strange infatuation that ha can lira without food, - was rfiieba.gd at incurable, and returned - to Chafrria Falls, where he hat a legal set 4 meat. SavaaaLT Wood 1 9. Eeary Smith, aoe of War. T. Smith of tai eity, firm of Sa atsB A Smith, who beiocred to the 55:h acU Z.'.fiilf was badly wounded by a -aiusknt shot ia tha aeck, and U i feared fa ' tally, at the battle of Pitta burg Landing. Tib KitRaaia. To-night Hooley't Min aWe's tpea at Bcainard't Hall, with a most axce.'lent programme, which we aaium viil be admirably carried onb, We have no doabt the hall will be wen filled, and that all will be aatiafied aad delighted. Xos Laei 8crr;o Ths bvori Steam er Iras City, Capt. J. Turner b coming oot aa gwd at new, being thoroughly over Bawled asd painted, and roppiied with new bed'rg, Ae. Psaaengen for Lake Superior will fisd her aeeeommodalioB of th beet character. Ehe leave on her first trip Wedneadry, April iSth, P. M, from Eatsey A iTitrid' deck. Tor fcrttw ir5maiion inquire of aoan ea board or Rosary A 2U2rii ed on, we of the shot tive us We We by and to of the our and fail 1 a iers ore for shot a just are Our aa shot dui The toe is you day will of St. era ry the by and cal to the to th 3 SSs3S3 Eiatb: m Jnoi nAaiia,or Jtryixeoi. Jodja JeiuUiaa "Werner, of Jeffersoe, Aah teboja eooEty, disd am Tuesday el last work. H we ona ef the pioneer ia ll'orVhtrn Ohio, Bavin f eaUled U Jttforaoa when Ibe ltko shore waa an almost unbroksn wilder- " Durinf th ! oi lSU, a portion of Vol liayee regiment, vara marching ifcrooih Jefferson, war quartered !r the Bigot ia Jodf Wirtw'i kf hoot and bars. Ea for umi lira served Aaooeiato JaJra opon tha Common Floaa baoah, and at dif faraat timaa fillad important loeal effioaa. H waa EBoeh rcapaetad la Ui eommanitr whara ba had tpant hit Ufa, and hia daath will ba daply refratted by a larga eirola of friend. Ea waa falhar to airs, Jndf Kaa- na of thia e:lf. Ka-Oruiaa or im Academy or Metro By edTrrument, it will be atea that Ur. John Kllaler, with a most select company, .'! w I .t . . .... auay open 10 Academy ot Vatic as a Theater lor the spring and rammer. Oi (he merits of this company, independent of Eikler and family, wa oaa only apeak by the preat of Buffalo, Rochester, and other eiuet in which it hat appeared daring the winter, which aocoid to it the highest praise. With Mr. aad Hit Kllaler CleTelandert are well acquainted, and we shall be unanimously en darted in tha sanction that they are among lhe tocnt plesiiag and ccotnplithed arcurei on tit itage. That :hey will ba most cordi ally welcomed we feel certain. Tmb Pitts a d IiAtsita Battlb Lrrrta reoM a Soldi a. We are permitted to pub liah the following letter from a member of th Fifth Regular Artillery, which waa ea gaged la the fight of Monday at Pittsburgh Landing, to hia brother in thia eity. The writer it a Cleveland boy, and was aa em ployee of thit office before enlisting. There areaeveral Cievelaadert in the battery. The letter girea a "plain, anvarniahed" state ment of th part hit battery bore in th fearful contest, and it generally interest : Dan BaoratB : I am glad to inform you that I escaped the great battle of Monday, tae 6ia. We arrived on the battle-field about e ght o'clock ia the morning. We went into it at fast at tha horses ould gal io,. e lormea and took our positions right off. We could ace the rebels in line not very far from us. We fired at them deadly volleyt of thell at fast as we could. They couldn't stand their ground under such not firing aa we gave them, ao thsv broke and ran in all directions to escape our fire. When they gave away we were order to advance after them and tak another position. W did ao, and commenced a hot and steady fire again ; but we didn't atay long here, for there toon cam at reinforce ment a fresh lot of infantry to take the place of the other. We teeing them in time, poured in canister among them, which mowed them down briskly, they likewise pouring deadly volleyt at us. They came aad teamed determined to take our bat tery at all bisvds. They came double quick towards ut, yelling and hollering as they came. Our Ctpttin aeeing no chance, ordered a ratreat, which wa did at a gallop, going back to our old potiiion. At thit time were in front, cur infantry at our back bullets falling like haU all around ua. Two tha soya on my piece dropped, one shot in back, the other ia the tide. The one ia the back, rot up and ran. The other remained, badly wounded. The infantry behind ui went to meet the advancing ene my, when there commenced a most destruc fire, men dropping oa both tides rapid ly. They seemed to ba getting the best of at Una lime. But we didn't fall bark. were determined to stand to the last. poured in cannister among tbem with terrible effect, causing them to tall back step step, until they came into thick brash treta. Then they commenced buah- kingatus. Brag ga rebel battery cave of ita their support, and commenced a hot ore theU at our piece. We took our Sre off infantry and commenced at Bnn'i ar tillery. Heavy and hot firing wa kept up ueiwetaiu. ineir snott went mostly over heads, cutting tree aad limb down all around us. Our shot must have done rood work, for after about half an hour's stoadv deadly fire at then, we forced them to back faster than they came. Thev never came before us ajrtin, nor did we see them afterwards during the rest of the day's fight. 51 is u ee-.iery mat played tucn destruc tion with, aad was such a terror to our so d- on Sundsy. They couldn't stand the 01 Kattery a., sux Artillery I We were seven hot hours pouring in thell. solid and cannister among them, every shot telling. Toey captured one of our caiaaons during the day, but we g-.t it back about an afierwarda. Thit hotly contested battle ended about aix o'clock, when tht reoeit retreated, our cava! TV after tbem. Tbere were 19 of our boys wounded and one kilted ; hit name was Jamas Carroll. I got bullet through my blouse, jacket and thirt. touching the akin on ray back. Mike atctiratn, Jim Hcaniaa and Daniel tile son all safe. They were aot touched by a buliet. W had fourteen ot our horse kill ed and wounded. All oar oeen are aa.fi. Captain (Capt. Terrili) it a brave man, are ail our erasers. There were four of th bora on mv niece off, leaving only three to man me gun. we aia is. The tlt Ohio was ia the fight. They suffered considerably. . I aai told they cid nooiy. All tne boys 1 know in me .Regi ment ar safe except one Jack Bays, who is wound o. jonn xennia u ia:e lost of life ia terrible. The ground it literally covered over with th aead. It waa a ahockicg eight to go over ueia next morning. Borne with Beads clear eff, other with arms and legs off Unrse killed ia any quantity. Every place uuou vna woanuea. 1 can t begin to teli all I taw and want throueo. I am anxiooa to close my eye to avoid the terri ble sights around me. to have The "B mey year ins may ed lea 10 at dies have even JOHN. FatacB OrttA asd HaastASB. The fare well of thit great Pre-tidigitateur to the Cleveland public will tak place on Satur evtning next at Brainard'i EaU, and com bin an entire new programme of trick aarer taittt performed hare, aavd the entire of the charming little French Opera Lee Korw de Jeannette, (the marriage of Jeannette.) We copy aa extract from the Loa.it Democrat: The personation of the petite French op "Lea jNoee de Jeannette at tae AJbre- Hall last night, Was a charming feature ef evening a performance, and wat enjoy. a large ana moat fsehioaable audience. opera ia amesing ia story and most sweet ana sparkling In maste. Mail, ner mann ia th part of Jeannette wat graceful piquant, rendering the tnuti most tweeUy. Big. Dubreol wat excellent in the boiateroot end comical role of Jean, proving himself a capital actm aad a ainger of no ordinary pretensiont. A more thoroughly enjoyable little musi entertainment our eiuseca have rarely been presented with, and w are rralified aouce teats taw span will biepaud iii.t evening;. ... ... Hermann t Jpreiada, in which he intro duced a variety of new tricks, aad repro duced two of hit old one, al-er all of the most astonishing esses of conjuring our citv ever beheld, ( we refer to the rings aad the mysterious bandkercheif,) waa a most aa- tonishicg entertainment. The tale of Beats will commence at Brain ard't Huaie Store thit morning. Taa Cmr Flao Btatt. Ia compliance with a resolution of tha Council instructing committee oa Park and Publie Ground have repaired tad painted the flag Ita5 in Etjuere, r"rr wa commenced a pott it yesterday aAenooa, aad by evening tha greater portioa ef it had fcoea painted. 6. so and for thit ia of ad o ha It United States Circuit Court. JUDGES SWAYNE AND WILLSON. ia taa caaa oi xiortoB waiiama, in wbk'h rard ot waa randarad tot tha piain tiff, th motion for a Daw trial waa inter- poeed. Tha motion waa overruled, and a judgment m rradarad on the verdict. Jodge Bwana baricg oonalodad tha boa. inea of tha Circuit Coort, retired from the Bench. Th case of Bev. Jam L. and Arustua Wyant, char gad with harmr resitted a V. 8. recruiting officer la arresting a deserter, was before th Court Tuesday. TheDialrict Attorney failing to find any law prescribing punishment for the offence as charged, ia tha V. S. statutes, asked that tbt toe used be discharged from custody, which the Court ordered done. Eoa. Hiram Griawold was appointed by the Court Master Cmmiatoeer ia C'encery. Deaths at Camp Chase. FORT HOSPITL, CAMP CHASE, April 14. Eat. i.a-s: To many it will bo inlorma- tiou of interest to know who and how many have died at Camp Chase since Feb. 3, 1S6J. Below I give the dates, names aad regi ments : Feb. 11. Jessie Bock well. 00.. B. 19th Kerment. March S. Msdison Williamson, eo. . D. t7tb, kegirneot. March 2. William Bu-kett. eo.. E. s7ih Eerimtnt. March 7. John L. Kelson, eo. D. 67ii Rejri merit. March 8. Perry H. Eutan. eo. K. 4Ji Regiment. March 15. Peter Wise, 00 C, S7ih Regi ment. March 17. Charles Catron, eo. A. 69 h Regiment March 18. Patrick Rtran. co. D. 57th. RerJmenL March 11. John W. Hooker, eo. G. 58:h Rorimect. 41 arch II. Calvia Howe, eo. B, 6S:h P.;r- tmont. March So- J. G. Pitkin, co. G, 10th Eer- uneat. or tbi rntoiriBS. March 1. Lt. H. P. Earlr, 2S.h Miaa. " 4. Dr James 0 Norton, 4M Mitt. " 5. Rev. J. H. Richardson, 4th " ' t. Hay wood (colored). 8. rapt. Brown, 41at Tenn. " . Lt. W T. Abernathy, Sid Tenn " JO. Capt. B. L. Wilks, 51 Tenn. " 12. Indisn man Jim, (cook,) 4th Mimisainpi. March IS. Freeman, (colored). 321 Tenn. is. Ueorre, (onlrred). Id Tenn. 14. Dr. John A. Huttuton, 27 Ala. 15. Lt. W. Raap. 2tb Miaa. 11. Lt. J. L Griffit. f 3i Tenn. March 12. Phillip Wolf, (private) 32d Va. do Major Alexander Caaaeday, (Bucknera Staff April 1. Evan Erana, (private) 31at Va. 1. Capt. C.E. Lesley, I t Miaa. 5. Lieut. J. M. Cbilda, 31 Miaa. 8. Lieut. R B.White, 14th Mitt. 9. Leut. Thos. J. Tipps, 4Ut Tena. 10. Albert Thompson, (private) 4 1st a L. C. BROWN. Post durgeoD, Camp Cnase. Report of the Librarian of the Cleveland Library Association. To the Ifemier of the Board of Director. CleveJerd library Atmxtatum. Giwtlb- : It hat been expected of me at Libra rian to make a report for the Annual laeet ing, embracing the present state of the Hoomt, both of the Beading and Library Department. In lbs absence ot a Re nor t the Library committee it might be nee eeatry, but with tuch a report it would le- liumeieiy coma under mat Bead. Tnityear, perbapa, it would teem lest called for, aa to little hs been done in the rooma: bat as lately devolved mainly on the Libra rian, it would be considered only right for to report it, meagre aa it may appear. jne rteedinr Jtoom proper, bat ke.tt in full amount of interest among-the mem bora, more j aasing in and out than on any previous year, and many ladv member. tpeading a portion ot tb,j- time in it. with apparently good satiiiaction. I think the growing interest of the ladies m thitdepart- fire tion w and ment ot the Association should be enennr- I A. aged, and they be made to feel at home I mere, aa '.ateuded for their ate and conve nience for gentlemen. The tame liberal amount of aewapapen and periodicalt, dr.ily, weekly, monthly end quarterly, have eonttantly supplied to the Beading bVwm aa ia former years, and a very good selection ot eacb and all of the elaaeea named, for the purpose for which they were obtained. And here allow me to add one word with respect tr the newspapers on file, eoreet any erroneous idea which may crept in, through articles lately appear ing with regard to the political bearing of the papers. They were placed ia the Beading Rom without the slightest view to polities. committee before obtaining them re ferring their selection te members of the ard of Trade" and men of business, nn. orally, without considering of what party ware identihod. They adviaed the present list almost without exception. Inst the question had a rehearing, and the Library Committee, composed of two Dem ocrats and on Republican, again concluded 1 we --net- could aot be materially im proved. So much for this question, which have its infittenee in some quarter where the fact are sot known. The Library proper, wnen compared with former vears.aa been more renerallv visit by the mem bars, either by themselves 1 r ome portion of their families. Tbutmaa- itesting aa interest by those who are its true patrons. We have had no now booka worthy of mention, not even "the novels," which ia a tad calamity many of our readers, and has had us el fect in lessening the membership list, which this writing bat only amounted to 240. mere naa also been twenty-eight vouna- la and gents, who have had six months' subscription to the Library alone, who would not otherwise have been able to have obtained iu privilege. The latest current literature 01 tee day, must be turiDlied to a circulating Library, or its success, from all experience, is doubtfuL com seventy-two book have been re bound, aad eighty volume oi magaxinas bound during the year. Over i on thousand been covered and labelled; aad while mentioning thia fact, the injuring of books not be left unnoticed. The inexcusa b.e careieasnea in their treatment, and wanton abuse of many of them, seems jeirly to increase, A large number, espe cially of fiction, 1 am aware are getting old, atill the mutilating of covers and leaves not the less admiaaible, and the guilty partiea should be severely dealt wita Members could do much in protecting the Library in thia matter, if tbey felt disposed. ilsny thank are due to me fallowing persons for books end tundry ecurteaie ex tended to the aaaociatioa: Dudley Bald win, Dr. A. May nerd, Harvey Rije, Vi ilium Caae, W. P. Fogg. Hon. A. Riddle, Hawks A Bro., S. O. Griawold, Hon. B. F. Wsde, S. L. Mather, and to the publisheri and editor of tha eity preat, tcr heir papers, and lor kind and encouraging notices from time to time. Tne books cannot be put ia real in ea for drawing-out again at soon aa usual, an ac ejunt of the Librarian' time having been much occupied the last week in calling upon those whose membership had expired soliciting renewal. Saturday morning next, at 1 o'clock, he ho pea to be perpared visitors. Respectfully submitted, William J. Tarr, Librarian. To oca ArxrLusiae. Having ascertained beyond question that the preparation of concentrated chickaa i not practicable at season, we ar obliged to request that future no edible (object to rapid fermen tation be tent to the Aid Rooma. The cans chickens occupy f pace, and when ferment im part to good boxed with them a poison ous exhalation. Th ritk of inch article ia great, that weighing advantage against disadvantages, we think it wise to attempt nothing or that kind for hospital use. We ascertain from Dr. Bead, (gent of th Sanitary Commission ia KaahviUe, Uut he not received a single can of the chicken for use. Soldiers' Aid Bociety, A aU but low Hood of ten in D., Boot 113 ia ISA walk will on rior tha settee in hat hat hira and gia tha MRS. B. ROUSE, Pres. 31, Saturday Evening Pott, Banner of Light, Herald of Progress, Jiick Sax for May, aad LitteU't Living Age for thi weak, received at Everett k Wilton a. , Brrvma or Wourotc Bouizaa TnUr- dy morning priraU A. VfeNlih of Co. B, tlet Kegimtnt, and Nile Reeee, of Battery u.L'apL Sartlett,'airired ia thia ally ea their way te their hottat, th former btlag a resident of Ktvberry, Geanga toaaty, the latter of Enslid in thia eennty. Both vera " Uut PiUtbargh Laadiag en Monday. Sotk ware wounded, iloNith. ia the head and tUe, aad Eoeae ia tha hea'i neither dsngeroaaly, though tha lattar't U wry psinfnl. MeNirh hat aodmbt thit tht essnfcltiet ia the list will reach one hundred aad fif ty, but wat aot able la ty bow many of thia aoeber were killed. He report! killed teeoad Lieu tea aot Tela it, of eoDDaay C rj adUeutnMtCo.aefeoaiP..,K.Ow. fl Bartlelt of eompsny B, from Kswberry; Btrgfaat Hanterd of oonp.ay K,froa Maa on, Geauga sounfy. Wounded, Lieuteoaat Cha. 0 Ay lord, of tbi city, la tha calf of th lee he waa ia th Hoiplial at Mound City. Lieu't Q. was acting Adjutant of tha Rtgiawnt. Aleo, Capt Wiley (aetiar I't CoL,) and Corporal Ames, th latter prob bly fatally. AcaUtant Adjutant-General Robert I Kunberly, of thit eity, waa struck from hit hone by a spent ball, but suffered ae injury. Tiers aaa b n doubt that th f Ut dobly did Ita duty. I Faet I 4TThe KerchanU' Dispatch Freirht Lin received aad forwarded to day I at thi point, conaijrned to Flag Offoer I Foote, Cairo, IU., eighty-aoTen bundle neei, weignmg about aix tone, and oa afon- I aay iatt twenty-a. bundle! patted her by aaa; uuiu tVHaiJT,UW4 UVTOt Hocia Fsaauaise Amcxas. At tae old ea- tabliarunentot W. P. fofg, eonierof Superior sna oeneca streets, can be found a moat complete assortment of goods ia tba above line at reduced pnees, ooaipnainir China. C'roererr .n r:i. 'are, ottrerj deacriptioa ; SUrer Plated Ware I of tae beat qetlity; Tea Trsya; Table MaU; Bri-1 a tannia vVara ; Cl Od Lampe; Gat Fixtorer Toilet Ware; Bathing Apparatus, Refrigerators of the mot improved kinds; Water Cooler; Ire Cream Freezers ; Ice Cheats, .izes; Tsbls Cut err, Ivory and Common ; Knife Baskets aad Traya; and arrest variety of Boast Famishing Articles, nsefal as well as ornamental. AH order for Gas Fitting and Bepalrinf prompily executed bv experieoeed workman. faf The Boston Pilot for thit week, with portrait of "The O'Conohae," received at Baker's, opposite tha Poetoffice. Vja- Peterton't Vagaiine for Hay a beautiful number received at Biker!, op. potite use rottovee. All the late weekly papert, Banner Light, Herald of Progress, Ac, at Baker's, opposite the FoatoQiee. C It. A. Ead the Libraxian't report. It contain many tnggestiont worthy of eoa lideralioa. AtoTHii rmi Alaim. The alarm of last evening was without any founda ao far as wa enu'd learn. to try for get a Teatlaaear ( These waa Trr It. Stat C. C HrDsoa, E-q. Dear Sir After uainr your Tooth Paste fir weeks,! do not hetitate pronounce 11 the very beat known to ms tnroogn thirty year experience. SAllUEtj P LDMB, Banker. Oberlia, March 19ih, llstl. Eudaon't unrivalled Tooth Paste ia free from acids, alkalies, or any other injurious tubstance. It whitent black and rusty teeth, remove tartar, purifies the breath beala tore gums. For tale by Strong A Armstrong, J. H. A 8. Gorbam. K. C. Brewer, and drnita geaeraCr. smiar Kiw Tamo abb Good Thus. Beat Dan delion Coffee it manufactured by P. J. Fer ris, Exceleior Mill, Buffalo, X. T. The Dandelion Coffee is now considered tha cheapest and most agreeable and healthy of tha drinks now used for the "breakiaet table." It it in flavor equal to "Old Java," hat let of the narcotic cumulating ef fect aad coat full two-thirdt let. L. A. Gilbert, 13, Ontario Street, wholesale and agent for Cleveland. ap8 IS "Vf erchant ia want of Hate, Capt and Straw Goods should not fail to eall at SIS Superior ttreet, Marble Block, where the latest and beet ttylee can be bought very for eaah. Palm Leaf Hat and Shaker by the case or doxen. here the Clay rival. tha ia ment, Its than or tuch April X. E. W. PECK, Bn-ceesor to Fuller A Co. One hundred and ae-.euty-fiv doses Aconite, Bell, Kux, or any other Homca pathie Medicine, pure and fresh, (allowing pLUt to a dose) aent by mail ia metallic eovnred bag, to person enclosing IS cent stem pa, or otherwise, to John B. Kail, M. Homcepathie Chemist, Cleveland, Ohio. Eatabluhed 1849. 'arw- Do you know how cheap yon can buy and bboe for cash, at wholesale, at Bank street T Please call aad tee before making your purchase. apLo J. Mastjst. at Tcr fresh Eorccacpalhio MedieiBts Fallot, Powder or Liquids, of any strength, call at HaH's, IT Public Sqnara. eagtt-RIl may The or are man fix or tion Fox Salb ob But. House and lot Ko. Erie street, gat, water, all th modern improvements, and within five mia. te of th PoatofEce. Inquire ef John Whitelaw, Cashier City Bank. apll7:Ri83. Kovict. The slips in St. John's Church, be rented for the ensuing year, on Easter Monday, the J 1st day of April. aplltttsa Cbiia Hall. Persons going to house keeping thit tprisg should not fail to call Mr. W. P. Fogg, on tha corner of Supe and Seneca sWeeta, where they can find moat complete assortment and finest quality of Earikancart, CJtin Glattmrt, Table Cutlery , Silver plated Wart, and other fmieAing trticlee, ever offered fbraale this city. For over ten yeart Mr. Fogg been located on the above a pot, and by adhering to the principle of keeping tha beat article of Ware and telling at fair prices, he built up a very large business. Give a call. ' rA- Dr. Gibson, i'ro lessor of Medio in Electropathy, cure obstinate case of Dyipepaia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Hettral- and all nervous diseases, and disease of Brain, Throat, Heart, Lung, Liver aad Urinary Organs, aad. other Chronic Reference givaa to many formidable eared in thi eity after other phytic ians had failed. Sea advertisement ia another col am a. Offac Ko. lit Seneca atieet. doubt an male nuke by same ErmaoTTras. Btimptoa fat, beyond aB question, a tm peri or artist, aad w ad via those wishing to get a fin likeaeta to eall pea aim. A visit to hi fallary. So. tu Bnperior rtreert, win richly repay both citi- stranger. H3ft-.it riAix P AOKBa. livery aad Soardlg Blabla, M Bmaea street, A Co. I TXxrftst atd frriai at rtavmjbl nfaraa. aepaaiUVly l&nt bilt best to of th OUR SPECIAL WASHINGTON DISPATCHES. Tfee r.-csl Jeiii oa isc Eaanclca tloa Cilia He never doubted Its Constitu tionality. B0VEB1EHTS RF CEH. MGBUDEB A KEW CONFISCATION BILL J Bamored Eeslraalion of Secretary Stanton. arniTp a h . . . u 1 UtCAIt U.1 lt rT CF UTFJl AAi lairatri I SOLDIERS. (Special Dispatcher to Cleveland Leader.) WASHINGTON, April 15. SHOOTING OF TELEGRAPH DESTROYERS. The Secretary of War hit riven order to boot any peraoa caueht cuttinr trlepra.ih I -- u I rtrea. One tuch waa tbot last week, SOLDIERS KILLED. Two toldiert, ha?ing ttraggled from tha rankt, were foond near CattleU'f with their throau cut. THE REBEL GUNNERS. oargunooati down th rlrer thell- A . A.. . : .V--.1.-I . I w.aw, uiereuci carauy some 4'a'ance from tiem. The latter promptly avaitered, but three rebel women imbed out from a bouse ia the neighborhood, and tried their hand at th gunboats, but fired wide, tad were much exasperated at our laughter. PASSES REFUSED. PaK to For tree Ui nroe were refuted to young InglUh lord to day. BLENKER'S DIVISION. on 'anton atrocitiet to prlrate property n1 peraoa at H'tnaesai. Charge are made agaiatt Blenker't Divi- . serve COL CORCORAN. It it taid CoL Corcoran writes if he can erv his country la Jail beat, he will gladly May there. 1 jut COL. WILCOX. Reprereotatire Trowbridge cbaiged ea- terday that the Adjutant General had shifted exchange of CoL Wilcox for CoL Pegram another man. the GUERRILLAS. Guerilla partiea of far men roam the coun behind th line at Kdiaburg. robbing and killing Unionists aad atray aoldiera. ;i. their MAGRUDER'S MOVEMENTS. Letter frost York town say Gen. Ua gruJer'B reason for living tha outer woTkt, waa because th road wer too bad the transportation of aoppUea, and to oar troop away from tha proteetioa of gunboat. in waa Ibe "' 1 FUGITIVE SLAVES. Tba Baltimore Sua sayt there aever waa period when to great a namber of fugi tive tltve were abroad in that eity and aa at the present time. They are generally aeat to jail until turrendered to owners. tin. on ll . to it a torn THE TAX ON RAILROADS. A deputation of Railroad President are reeking to modify the tax on railroad corporation to at to equally distribute it over entire receipt from paa-energ and freight. they the a 0W bounty the THE RUSSIAN MISSION. Cameron aaiit oa May Tih. Cassias V. ia ordered aot to leave until his ar saying Ixvery The eulogiea REBEL TROOPS. Intercepted letter conflict with previoua information slating that the rebel have in neighborhood of 30,000 troopt eonatantly motion. were Mr. national aepecial NEW CONFISCATION BILL. Collamera substitute lor Trumbull' Con fiscation Bill provide that person owing allegiance to the United State thail, tn conviction by the testimony of two wit nesses, treason against the Federal Govern suffer death, or imprisonment for aot than live years, and be fined not lea $10,000, the fine to be levied upon any aU property of person! ao convicted, every person to be forever incapable and dis qualified from holding office under the United Suite. The alavaa of tuch convicted per sona to be declared free. The act of treason committed prior to ehe passage of the act be punished by the law sow existing. President ia empowered, through com mit iocera, to bold, occupy or rent the prop erty of armed rebel until tuoh time at judi cial proceeding! are restored. After a Slate part of a State In which the inhabitant declared ia iexuzrection ao eoa lie ae six tht, the President may, by proclamation, a day when the tlaree of persons con tending in rebellion shall be free The President ia alto empowered to grant pardon amnesty to any each person at hit discre tion. States Mr. al Mr. citizen Referred Mr. wish public wars been Mr. m ihe ignauon. Mr. reported States pa-ard. Mr. Laid Mr. the I he to tbe M,- the Tha oppoaed After poned The giving The THE PRESIDENT ON EMANCIPATION BILL. The President aaa just Beet in the Aboli in the District Bill, egsed. Ia aa ac companying menage, be say he never had a aboat the' contU tot: anility of the measure. It is for Congress to judge as to expediency. He is gratiGed at two feature, compensation and oolonizitioo. H suggests omission in not allowing infant and fe claimants mora thaa ninety days to their claims. This may b remedied a subsequent bill. The President alto as commiseiocert under the bill, J. R. M of The the r-ilat The tain tnct and the Ui A some Hence uaoaioe, o. r. in ton ana Jtmet trr n.anm 1 j T-r '1. ..lr v r f"V rrrhere WASHINGTON, April 16. VALLANDIGHAM JUBILANT. The Tallandigham Democracy are jabi- over the Chicago election. recognised In tbe VANDERBILT'S STEAMERS. Tacdeibiit ha given the steamer Vander- to the President, aad offers hia arcond steamer at a price to be ixtd by tbt Government, for iron cladding. sane omieaiim. that mental OCEAN MAILS. The section that rrquirea ocean tteamen carry snails under penalties, ia struck out tbe Post-office bill by the Coniereaoe Committee. " , ' " The arrived ba of RUMORED RESIGNATION OF STANSON. Xa-ia lumortd- limti iaaiaa. retienti ia eonarque'-ice of diFcrtnc ot opinioa touch ing movementa of rebel Commissioners at already iron PERSONAL. Ricket is at hVichmond, whither the French Minister has gone. Zthrldg ia here. English liie TARIFF. A tariff U soon to be reported to tba Sen ate. - ones. gpaeuth KENTUCKY SENATOR'S SPEECH. Powell mad a wery long speech against Confiscptioa Bill, and hke his late cos. leagtie, BreAeoridfe, asade a great ado ever tbeCoattitotioat. t To ford In Frtsrerald attention Mr. PAY OF EXTRA TROOPS. Thar waa a lively debate is the Hoe had i1 oa Dtaauai eommanicatloii asking ft 0,000,000 to pay trpt iaueeat over th 500,000 autherued bylaw. . Tallandigham made aa ugly little 'speech. aad Davis hs aomeUng to say oa th free It wm got op for the benefit of officer., .. .. . yet me pay rolls were regularly preeeated. Another Rebel Merrimac! Iron-Clad Vessel at Richmond! (Special Dispatches to Cleveland BALTIMORE, April 16. BeliaWe ctrion information here say th .i 1 1 ... aare anoiner Iron auta-noe ui k Merriauc eomnU u .1 w " eavseitauvaiu. tVBU W lie be ready to tail does J. r;.., i . dy. TELEGRAPHIC. The Attack on Fort Pillow THE PEESIDENT'S S FECIAL Parenn Krawninw . tiv v. uivnuiva a a lii?t UIZ U I Furlonp-ha f ParnU RnlA;. O --.ww xvuucioi IPKQCEEDISGS CF CC..GHESS. LITE F0BEIGN HEWS. Last Eight'. Hepert FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 16. trffleial eo on Pacific eoa.it . letters from the East and to and j 'V ' ',U r0CT. OfflotTS OT enlisted veiaawers who are oa parole aot to against the rebels, will be considered oa , taee natll notified of their exchange report their mddrea to the Ooreraor- of their Otstt. WbO Will HnlV Kt UfrnvavAj as., a -s jot GcDcrml otZc t Wuiuacta to Ihttu CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, April 16. HOUSE. Mr. Strartan rrotn the ComrBltteeon Wiri and aearu, reported a joint reaol ntioa amends Uirv of seta aatboriaiog the aeeretary of the Treata ry tc Mat certihcaies of fndebieeneaa. Tba raa olauoa reqairea aueh eertineate to bear date at .oca ciatma art aadned sad earned. Mr. Kice of slaai.. repeated s joint reeolstiea antoonzing the secretary of tha Mavy to dia- 0 " meyoave ininued obligations with 60 per cent additional. Mr. Rice explained that tha enntnemn hA eontinaed to fumiih soppliei beyond their Unas wmm,m. t.a .iter me artie.iM 1--.1 ..ir. ni price. Ha aaid the object of th reeoiatioai is effeea a aet 1-meat withoot lost to Waa. raaolnuoa ptaed. hf" ergaauing tha afgnal eorps ia the Yr",v preaent wsr wsa psaaed. fie following reioluttoa waa adopted from the Judiciary Committee: Keaolvd . Tuat uie Governmeirt shoe Id aot '"""V'r ""n "o rree tranaatmioa of intellt geooe by teUrraph when tbe nme will not aid enemy or g.ve tome information concerning military or naval operations on the part 01 I .rvmiA.. . . 2 . . V" 11 anar oeooaae aaoea- III c w 1 iw,. or 10 wm-rt I He Hhl r.f r , trD-m,ion of Ita own di-t-atehea. V,,r'',, bill! with a Joint reaclatioa relative forteitinr the property of rebtli, and making pen.l offense for tbe army and navy to r. fugitive alavea. aad iorjadiag kindred sob reported tbe axh of alareri. wtih tee reeora- rum me jadteiary Committee that ought not to pans, eaane op to day. TheQueatioa heinv nn 1. . . . 1 1 . tahle. hut (he pmceeding. were impended by report from Mr. Morrill, of the Committee of k7JL.'" MfmT f b'" tPPropriA-iotl 300. to pay voianteert: alo SIOO 000 for pay of and pension to offlccn and soldiers of western department. a bill was pawed. narasage was received from Iha Pmbtrat that be b d aimed the bill aboliahing ia the Lhtriet of Columbia. death of Mr. Cooper waa anoounoed, aad were pronounced aad the caaiomaxr rea- adopted. nder authoritv of , .... I ,ur exclusive ua of tha tlrr..h for it. 1 ... I "a a waa the SENATE. emancipation petltiona were presented. Memorials la favor and against a bankrupt law prevented. Wiiroot presented a petition la aavorofa foundry tn Pennsylvania. Relerred to eotsmitte. Hams nreaentil a nHfoM l .r.i.. of an aewspepers publiahed ia loyal in the mali. ' Uarris presented a petition for a ship ca nal Irom Lake Michiran to the Miniasippi river; preaeatedaeveral memoriala in regard to va nooaaactioes ef too tax biU. Referred to the inaBce Committee. Howard presentel a memorial from the of Michigan again! a tax oa lasaber. to finance Committee. Grimes arated tha r it was tha unanimous of tbe Committee oa Ksvsl Affairs that Mr. Haleahonld withdraw bis resignation as Chair man of the Committee, which was given frost miaporeriension a. was bow known to the Sana tor himself He would add. in eoati-adictioB of ramor. that tbe Xavtl Comaitlea bad al been haimouiuua in its action since at bad unranued with the preaeat members. Hale atated that he wa. willing to acqniese request, and would bow withdraw his res. Tron-bull. from the Judiciary Committee, b 11a concerning Courts of the United in the district of Michigan, which wa Trumbull alas reported s bm for the better enlorcement of the laws of the Carted Stales. over. Pomeroy introduced s bH to provide for territorial government of Jaanawha. Refer red resolution calling for reformation relative arrrrt ot Gea. Stone wa paaaed. McUougal animadverted oa the eoers o Committee oa tbe Conduct of tbe War. connacatioa bill cam np. Ur. Powell it at length. Mr PoweU concluded the bill was post, till Friday meMage of the President waa received hi. reaaona for approving tha bill abol uhiDg slavery in tha District ot Columbia. death of Reprvseatative Cooper wat an nounced The eaatomary reaoiatioa were adopt tbe Senate aaad, aaic at 0 ihalr K vrarr lath FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 16. SpecUls state that tbe object of th French muners vwit to Riehmoad is te assert the right trench morchanta to large quantities of to bacco in the band of tbe repels. following ia the President'. Ifeaaage oa emancipation of slavery in the itstrict of Colombia: Cilmru of OuS-maU mn&cf Out Hmueaf lUp. reieaiiiriaaT. act entitled aa act for tbe release ef eer prrwn held to service or labor ia tha Da of Columbia has this day bare approved lined. I have never don bted the (jonjtita tional aathorrty ot Congrraa to abo!ih slavery in net. and I have ever desired to see tbe atfonal Capital freed Irom the iastltattoa ia satisfactory way. mere bss never been. In mv mind, anv tae aunjecx except one 01 expeot- am arisi n m in view ol all the rimmutiuMi be marten withia and about thai act might hav talen tba coarse or scope star talKfaclory M my judgment. I do not attempt to mem. am gratined mat tne true of eoaBpewaarana atid color-rrati on are and practical iy applied ia this art. axatter of eonbeaoos it is crovided that may be preaeated wilhia ninety daya ot parage oi LDs act. bat aet Uktreafter. sad rs aving lor minors, femme. cor art. ia erabaeat parkas. I presume tbere ia an by mare evenixht. and I recomtaabd i. be supplied by an amendatory or aeppie act. - - - - - - ua if. dMiexr C a. a t ihe HaVs. lfX lo aaaJa P-raooally O. aa ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FOREIGN NEWS. HALIFAX, April 16. steamship Canada, with advice of tbe tth, today. - Lngliah Boose ef Commons on Friday aia etveed tba qaesuoa tosehiag the rotative valae fortiDcaiiona and floaung batteries, aad reao lurfons were adopted providing for a atupeasiofl woTkj at SpitAead. will sboiny aeo consider the expediency ol empowering tba Government to an the mooey voted tor the aorta, ta tba eonatractioa of .heathed veaaela. - Coneols cloaed fruity ovewing st 9&SH. BreadjitiiSaqtiiet. - ioair dacimmg. Proviauias quiet.. f u . - aecantier Arm. Fr-och and Continental, as well ta tbe preas, djeeasne ihe g?at importance of expenenoa gained by tbe engagement be tween the Merrimae sad Mcnrtor. It ta general ly admitted that vnamrme warfare baa aader- a change, and that the Monitor is aeoiotioa queauon betweea woodea veasels aad aroa MiDsn.l It a. orlrfslly declared That tbe Guiei uuienv ha mvt resolutely drier, not to auampt to iafnage oa tbe sover and independence of xitt Mexicans. Great i-a.;rra ia ad.eruaad to laavs MU- for rv lorx on toe oxn or Bay. the Hooaa tav to esr relations wit at Mexico. Gladstone bad made hi tnaanial report, tba eoarae of hit apeecb adrertad to the drawhacka frosa the Saaaiuan Erarla. whieA tansd oat wet thaa wat aaiitiptt la i Boa as ol Common, ea the ad int., Xr. aid gave aotasa that eewosld aooa call To. ij I Bath Br. atlaai-d JT r ny -.' Vf H" I turLtZZZZ?'-0 " lU.r . . K wv iuj. e-"d-Vr? ht u GorernBt bad re 1 - .,r. ; . . mai a eooTeattoa bad oortoa erwta wa a tsoet sertoa teacar to Eae laad. A biociada had of eoarae beea ripniJ til It proved far avira viforoas. aad eateBdni ""rT 01 eeaet t&aa aae aeea ami. ''vra.maa ita enret ka4 oa aearlr ta doabl. u price of eottoa. Tha luas eo a.meneaa trade , - ' . hartar froaa aearlr I anr Z ,wo rjum " im l",daaatd to I rada with l , , : a oooTeatioa bad the allied . e. r aad it . true ,., u7ZZL'LVVZ: aKSB, Hill It W U BUI mm Inl.al I crnmnt rK tKa .tv-. iam vO- I ----- 7 I'l tea BTsi a. . ezpidiiioa Into t-.a latrr!ar, sod m,. w,w,iY.u b. brought h., .aeet .11 d whowou.d be llt there for a,rrm.f not apprure of all tta articir. ef laaoaooa. They approaed of it feeerallT. M r. 0troe twf-i : xf ft peaieni ui awpead the cotuirscuoa 0 Pomm lort. at softhead till th. rooted sunboati for defence shall aare beea niuereu. lie relerrad te I ha cxploiu Memmaeaad Moaiior. andeianad 1h.11 of tbe pi uatnpie ef tha Moattnr be looked . , . aeere Hmw aiaea rat milled to th Admirmliy, and reportad farorably oa and then .helred. ' Lord Palmerflon aloiift-d the rrea import anee of the ue.l'ua. and rejoiced that 11 waaaot j.rvjiKii. lurwara ia a party spirit. The qarti. ftbaoro. . I failT of the I . rIa7.i aueniloa oi ins Kryr- I enuaast. lie did awdear iLnu.i iwana iba Monitor aad Mrrnraac bad taaeht tie leaa. bat .inr it hul .1 .... 1 t t , ' ""-7 1,7. 1 wulu aoi bo as wu at what llier oould do. y He poiotrd out the drawbacks ef the Monitor, "i ""."f1B,,. wr " n .h.. woiera nad tieeo aent oat for !ha cvamu action 01 a shin on Cant r,.i.-. r. n. qaestioned the extedicncy uf entirely BegieeU log loriincatkiaa, aad favored bolb forta and Bu.tiag batteries. freparationa had commenced for eottlng down taa koyal Borer., re. 9mr of the Use.! tnip. ia tha EnglUh aavy. from a III screw three decker taa twelve gas ah'p.oa Capt. Cole's plaa. The Bulwark. KO guna araa aim to ba converted Into aa una clad ahlp. The army and Navy Oazettee observes that there la more than th n-oal element ol ancer Uinty aboat tae iaiaeer Uweivil war in Aaer ica. owtnr to iha laaoranee of tha ml n..r . ol the feoulh to re. iel and the Aorth to mm.. The Kederala wil have to prava by getting to Richmoad that thev bar. a 1 .u .r-i.. m , erai a De paxtaaeat, a ood Cuuuanssary aad ant a ( tt FRANCE. retain from Bone wa regarded VERY LATEST. The Paris eorrefpokdent of the London Daily New.eeye tha diffcreaoa betwaaa Koaiaad and a raocv in jf exicaD aaatrs art very tiicklua. Iheahlp lorktown. regular packet from Loe oon to att lork. has been captured oa her '"rage 0j m vonieoerale privateer. , COMMERCIAL. Brealsrnffa market generally qniet and steady, excent for floor, which hi .mi) A-.ninm Vaiiou Circttlars repirt- Sour downward and aecnneo aoie. Quartern raore 2a,-". Wheat quiet and .leady. r-d aomhern 11a Sdlla d whit weatern 11a BJ'S, 12., whith Sonthern Hi d. Corn quiet. Mixed 2 tdi&, white ! Prortfiona generally octet aad steady. B. k - wr, report aeef rurady. pork nrm, bacoa, riann and Larf heavy and deeJined 2d. American eecariuea qnjet aad araa. ' iaieat via uantuva: Breadniooa t'iour aleady; Wheat quiet and ea.iar; Corn inactive. I'rt-riaiona ciociiK oaitt and atadv. London, oatarday evening Coueola cloied at ! aa 1 or aoeney. AB.eneaa fceeeritler The Tatest tale were C.i,M2d-a : EritWiU. Paris, satnroay evening The Botave closed am; reniea lur. sad - ta LT FROM PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, April 16. A dirpateh from Wa-bmgton to the Boll-tin aaya that a diapatcb was received bv the War department this morning from Commodore ruuie, laying uut He PillOW, havin aueceedd in vettina a gunboat ia the river below th fort. Ha aoaoaotol eeeeeaa. t Alsof ail FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 16. of the avy has received tbe following. m Catse, April 14. The flotilla ha. been within three-quarters of uiii.ui run riiiow. sna toeu ITtiraiiM took uo position two m:lrs further np. Tba rebel ran boats escaped below the fort. Ten more mortar boata were ia position and had opened Ire. Iftaa ap to t o'tloek last evening, trea. Popa'i command waa occupying the Axkaiua aide of nvep. ail ar the f at a iag FROM BROWNLOW. PITTSBURGH, April 16. Paraoo Browalow irriveditiu .frmr.. nH lectured m Concert Hall to a crowded hoaae. He leavea tor Khiiadeiri-j tonirht. i. om ay ,ro-sjsg r..ILLir.ERT rri.T.I VEhV a. WDi II l'j a T c 1U Jnatr-wirMtlB'W .d ftt Mibl stock f llTtwarj Mtm,U, WlU.ai Will D aMMaa & NEW TOfiK JUBBIXG PRICES. Jokl-rtsof Blbhocs tnm auction. eonatantTy oa which haaol at a vjay imall advaacalo al taa tloa of do, hayara la in.i lad. LP. 8H IB WOOD, tW" Kl rasatloi st. ILL1NEBY GOODS I WSW AEEIVAL ! MRS 7. S. FORTER, 94 Sinica Stbiit, Ij la racaist af a near aad choice stock of , MILLINERY GOODS, - - Oil -1 la! ig aw EtyleaimdH:a. riovara, B&tseMasiB ln Goods, Contra, Teli Ac Aj, aw HTTLB HATS TOR ClalLDaH. lAtret atrlaa of Iiraas Patt-s aad also Dr M.kitg doa ia tha naateat manner. Br bod, bv beta taichaaa lata, war bought a-v low snoe, and wti ba aoid accorajinai. aS:3 COU GH AND LA HPS. 1L! Oils!! OILIil W. C. Scofield & Co., rVosristor of ta Larraat sat BaatOlL mrllg BT ia ma Waster uwsur, save thai day raducad vnora on th-lr EKOsLNE AND CARBON OII.8. Tsaiuallt shall he aa aaratotor -ta vary Sao I acted. ar rail sad xaata samsiaa, or aaad roar order GKaUT WaaSTXU Oli W0BES. Orrara-Mt St. 0;air Street, roar of Angler H yarn. tvx AtJpy i LAMPSI! LAMPdlll I wrt T(tT tht- tlxvf nt ftaMtvnrTrt!! ol IVIwI ktwaMV. ( Oft It Ir4 K lt. sjanitjycm mwwrmt mmw atrfw imnAr. t kb i car w mi t watowtMi o. -t vrKa Bttocti taiov tint Jcrva of u; otM - or tn Smm ItNtu Jiw)ajBJ,-ai T l-t. ft.fl-wl.mRim. CO-PARTNERSHIP. iu-paki wp.bstiip (Jrlt'lu- ; naoc-ad acted antler tba firm aaaaa of B- P. at rej . r. at rera imiu a fnrj r ur aa J a t . ssacaU aartnar. bo-a bMas ra.ieai ml .toll hu. a C au.ca.ooatnt'aiea Ut taa oummos s.wcs sum of eix Thtuaand W iva liaadr' Ixi.iara. Th. g-aaral natur ol tna baalnaa to ba traaaact cd Ut that of in aaaauiactttra aad aai of eto.ea aad Hollow Wara. Ax aa J of Tisn.r.' sua. Ac Tlm co-aartnarship to dale from Vebniary 1.1 , and termiaa4eoa tba rat day c fmbrumry , !f witaeaa vhareof va bareoato aet oar ua am miM lAai arat day of gabruarr, Inez. k. r. siT'Rt, ri si . C asuUbA, lu, al STATC Of 0010,1c Curabcca Comaty, j Ci snun, Ms-ch li, itKl atuaared belora taa . V. Mrers and X. K?uae, who BcaooarledTed tbe fcignu.g aad aeaJ las of tit aoov tntrnm- nl aa ta-ir fraa act aad lor la voas ther-iu mentioned. EAB1LKL ruCJIIWBK, atartT.jM JoaticaW tba P.ora. fiouid tB any tAting or mail. Bt-AU Ail b wnasa from Uruts ttoa tag max from th H both ass If 1 paticsu Or. avites LT the rTo of has eorsied and aaei. and aU Be, aad tu aaed ill of aaa a. Have as rure Prio wai Piii Tsth-jis' Ibe xpt Dr. ttaoatet nappy fca-liy ef tit y-taeeBairfroast D AND f t A-thma, it lw Of j twataw-- waer Will b ffttirc itir.f IM ENVELOPES'. T7NVELOPE3I ENVELOPES!! 3D3CC3 ENVELOPES PLUMBING, A t RO p. a owe 11, fa as!." -I!- r L U (.1 Li E K ' 10a, Public Soare, Cieve'iAnd, Oaio, suwacrra.a aaa saaLsa rv Tab.. kM Cloaata, oi Batlxaa, Pasts. Rrraata. tvraaaad rvS. 1 oda aUlbO-V hum. Lmmt. Iea.vaiad A lr.w r aa. liasar bv,l.era, Snd Ptamoar'a KaiariaM of all ktnd. ' uraad rtlt!try crier, lor ort aromyty ta. B.aalrt'S aMldta. aod aaa.tr t.. .-T--f f a.-TI"'"'" f rlA.td IL.iioU. .id gaaaur br ALL BU-TiaK.i-Ciir.1 ClLitJ as IAN03 TDND. L. C" . PI BB'B, Pvolaaial Tuna, t . 4 -. I I art I f W 1 I 1 r oaa.tmiara hen u u. Bdlvl Aooul P bT I ST. wtll b imaaai noad aad rasa. rod. Omars let at (J. eH.WS HTSl') ia, T. rlAvaAja, FOR SALE OR RENT. vllh Boa il. fir a I dr hn1 f;rt,-,a. (wrh ornerace calid,) caa t4 xnaM'L m a" sriTMa Uai r, el tun dwiaiics Iioja im f ij TTOTTSK TO LUTA Two-?r-r a JL n wa, sear ie rrmr of pm? sea ca'i- UtniiTUktlliHii.i, 1J ' starts aar'J: n II sal PE5IT. L DWELLING- vlia a Saca ia front wil t, . . ,'TJ ' a, e-iiit, ataa ae ua eao. mm- aaartoratiaa',.lTeiai.r R-'2.I?.'0B 8ALW-AVE2T .aissof laraa-atca trea r.i.i , aaa-. m eR. Li A KM K' -ii FA L V f.I ' rn7,n... . ... J ' ' " .Vaw aataea-av.arwlil -i m.M , . . ' .rr'a uu ; ladmavait a4 HI BaitiJai; . I, a, k-t I te. . ',. II. SVMMJM FFIC o sroe orn fcu lea. a AM I' B. Tmrmr e. . . . aricua fcaild-M,. as 1 . li Uit raiiA n a. a. ! 1 . -j arnica aaxuat icae,; .nd 1 stone rta. n. . it Bulls, - - ecfan w ea. Itv-o: m .r-9 r 1 kj aT 'itS tad BAfgSLk V-anaU "loa al z of 3 am. tajona at UHxt. ov f M Comr-v h .wJ? . ' 1 H 3 A f -1 4 7 S ?!!","' .. uaa A "raa. a a. of si. .ae- OH sA.ri lt AO'-H f,F l.aatr. I ir Ua 1 it, , mit, 00 ... mt -.mt rr t'teagl a t'it.lat l.at'. f.-.c Lo.a-' tru.uua o. .m .,71,. . rrrz Bart-oiof su'rva la a.vaatasa. "AaHsanoaaaed aaa ' X,arr- r,f - BAiH A-.Ti.5S, va ',m arett;;-, or to "rjj ; J a. ub oaavrra at JOLWTKI K Us L V . aNCTI yj -! d..i aa-1 LI acra. o" tir ituaa -4 taad ea Boca 1 arraaa. uoij aajf ,u, b-,,,n , ,, ' iaV a' ,fcr ,s,",k" srtcta a (4 M- ' a ...w eaw ewtAa rv I as sater (rA. . U aoafte aaaf HH SALK. KiGHT Af'lJgH OF 1. ' ,J' ,ad- -t aaa aa m tao mmm j i3.ln hli lawicg. aad obn ir,cu.,;i . aauaiaMIUaauua. I:ilwc, uart4a7, BF,..- l(XJiifiALK..-A H Usa asd a Sna ; tea knas aaa II Is vary co,vaeiaau. Aaaaxra ot u T'r, 11 " P rm-K a,ei-. CHJii iifcN'T trroB tMT'JM: ixt wm wa vjaaaa.ca, rronnn g 1 X. fctJIBII Aai mmlmx- y - BO. 7, IIVUH1 B a Laacsv ocioe. fall ac,, - ' . dlani Me-. acJ 5 -. ht rt! ' baiC icMvMriuaC5-y at, hacwil rr.tr, is tor "r-r'a. Ac .lill.ta -For frnh-r nrtlr'in uic.-. i ui "t...aatri inii itaai Cn 3. DR. UUMlCiia MJiDICAT, iS-a .lBaA.B7, . , ' . ..... r.! itetii .P,BL ?LHTEa eoatma at the alic lubed place. Jio. II Matbws r .ook, ac .u tPxUaqaar,Cavvnaal.iA, ean-r that oomr ia taot be at tae oeiv rt-if , phynciaa ta Cleveland, treating the 'iuuam.-s Scroroiis Cancers, Lfer &ieoa, aaaaon. VwxzlIx, Er.cDi actl ir.. Aeadev-r,oaia:na: r -aae. acd y rjaeaau pacear to A'scnias. Tjww-h. J vr hues, bappreeaioiu ot the h-riea. r uaisi Memtraauua. InSaiaeiatioa era 0:3.-ue oi L teres or Waoo, ProUpfos or faUmr of ihs womb, ij an ol t.-e blood aad -x. a, aa easUrtiy rtmoved Iron tbe ijtiena. iii it orruns of geaxrsrioa of ssa ur f-rj. ,'" T viaaSKver aasae or aarare, treated i a ssr.nl ' Uicro-iiru and iudioioe a-ua.Bouiodaia.o exjientn. asu invesaaiua , Lew prioes aad qaa sure. vataxaae 4 iaUcna Uire to irat uav. A.iytiuit-s aKitr-ii I4.1U eBii.-.y rc3W7eS rvn ti HUTEJt Is tonsisnf enntg caca, '"r four to e sr it wves tiat btr4 wa trsaxo o!tr phyvcrnna fracn; ta tlr-e j-a-a. "' v-u.lci witt rXi... , sDpiy !oir. banter taaaei.te.v. t.ioM pence or by tetter-. w be Btvar U 'o tara rrmeoaei ar neeiav-y M. ar i j-iairj ta other pbyjcvia te tnt tiojtcd S-fn, , Patiente 01 aitoor nr. living at a oaiacu;, Sf tii.'r dieease- lb yrr .irz, a i eympwme, u ootire ntrd'.c'xe. rr'- iLtr-Ui. . use, by sdjr:o Xrr. HLSTEK, cf C,- " Ohio, n: taid. aadatv: o-tsg a t. - -V th above i.iew ci. A '. assrtr ectamtOKaoVT. t eoBSdrerraJ. rusa ms .xanaaca acd uieux-ve nr-'e a maiesaesstui ave-aaaaBaroag that w.aatsvar aw sadertaAes .a lua speoaury, b wui boot caa TAraxT raxrcaw- Ko aoui aw apriavxia.v. tha nasa wnsthat Srasa nrna dV u yot proaisanoB of th ryrten, or froa aar-ne-.- j trentaawnt ef amp'-Tos or aelf-arvisd J5. l, t ' many bare BBfcrtsjisxty baa anitr, eg the fJais deiicv thai mac of ev zm tril aaa kept theaa frost 1-, early a '. , to ms. or the no lea ratal k-cas of otkcoojd, ' the dueaa by th alrnDrsa: ot ags, aid aatriotiy moral ansa: tor tn-y, osacdaa. Li , aad if it as aa ear.v ea the eaaj ol h-iag aaUrcly local, it m.-Miiy satire animal eooaomy, aid lien wttn, -aantai at wail te looai tre-a.ent. wa'eb I enter is happy to baacl torafthat tborcuh lavMturaiwn, and great fcoprovemtnt ia t;,a ireatawoi f pnraa-y awa eMsaase ooa-a-e .r sexes, of Qoweveg - -ft a jr u-e. y ui asod of trwermeaw. - ... the ufcrmiau vn'.ss life an4 iie!ib. Out aBoaJdbeasnwaodsuiowpeyauoiA( I experience. AtB-So chare for a-ice. be ieoctor a omoc a- aiaji:iv from aii uartj ud tne .t-v liaster lae el ar-e tT b. TT--a' for 18. VTCEu'J' .-. ALX ilr i r I PILLS, the cnly itsals i "t&ai fis s , Cxfted Starw. JIlc to LAir.ta. article si uzadissa, latiir!. . e rb vm Peraaied, tuat nae ever atade i- a--rac. swat wita tech nrverasj r-ss-- c-"- Piii. Kt dxesac to i:ti aicr,-o.:d, " eoseqaestiy bad.y treated aa ltir;:e a I'll me Puis ar tratiit of talari ttvcf careiti experurao ; ia aU anet:!i of !e. ooanpiaiai. aad ia aU oaoes 01 trrmaiars. boppreaeioa, Leuourrhoea or Wane', i a uamxtauos of ta Biaoar. altuncyi acd n otti, loaaof Earrows jinerry, tnctr u a la n prasae. Among tbe assay toewaaifi. that tbesa ra U parol ef to Cctoa, nose .g tbeaa, for aU hk taent. Thry c. obI to tron, no are I bo di-a.7 t . r.sf oaa do ao harm, aad w&ea sard saxoi isg to direutlons.aiwafs ao good. aV Aiarried lama who ias taswoa as . tbi ussi ia ta ua family wsv, mr' i thesa. as by (Aearaevroiii a th vttm;, ataesr. would ba to eoTjarq-seceo. Si ser box . farou . etHttna' for F:iA socio., one dotier aaut two -w.tvMi Severs. per-.u xnowifig th rcsct ci t.- - nave aavartMrl as being ar r t r i . PDis, aadaeUir.g a wrtf. e an' geaara Viaaou' f sxas Iu.ua i iu. aannot a fosmd tt any other iaee ra ta V. at Dr. ti inter IaiL-mty, CTiresd, 1 - Haater ha ia ba putawm aan-eroaaoep. asd tanimcBtau,, wuh reuevai s4 , panel baa Ksc.--M hits, -m la- parmr.td uiaa t ixaiiit tetJuar iisu-o .-. A.K votr.-at. (1-a-v K Kx.Ei.liiii'is ABTODTWB EXPKUTOHA.NT CANDY, tli ctr -u-f Iplaamiaiatfoa of tb Loser. Cor;?, Urotif, t,M.-p tM.V, i ir.ai.-a-, tirt. I'ta -mlty ot Bri-Atlii'.f . U- m-B--, Jpoxcl.iUa in i toot tj4 ramtm.. ruktl tmm OatKlil) Url ptU.btM ! lffftIHi UdxwI Oi ilse it ia axis r?oTMr!ri imm4f IB wii CasfrtaS pBsiororic. Cwrc wl tBjiuw x tr-q-rplij firwas Jt m avaw it mrm- m d 4'triakVx1 tf ilium tftv - 1 f all.Ii OttMaT -din -j,. ( b U-Q. ?t tf lt QtM, ViU XtwtU3V ij .st id! - di 3 r T .HcfbT Vr. C. J ItiiLfcS. K27 V slb-KJt DaaaB. i COn.ii JSSiC.i. "TAVAAKB FLOUR. Hscittb- thWaT.oadsjallAiol-b-as.-l ogj-, aaa luv aaj tr la. T 1 1 HKsTEa MILLS FLO M barrw;stretUTidad f.- s. . Iw2. 04TS. 6,000 BceBBLS is fc" Boraaleatwtnliislao eaiaai by - FLOUttl FLOCRl L- UK! aVotivl Soily d In .toe vara! wail I a . bean-. " k ' . aad rd w ; Bosara ! ur tor Meat ma 'l'v.-i iaa-i aita.un"' e j K.1D?U If Giliil L'AILi rcivd aad tor aaia by i n AN u C' U H 1 ii k' I'ltaliaia rrat'ar'T ' r 1 t.. B b A a t. t a A C i tars tr L'GAtA nift.(n"n'V". - 4 JtviU iiAiS sals lor sale br CI. i xK. O.BP5v; t JtUhtd PUS. iV2. CLAJLK. 6AXJBXX A 00.