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h U " ud other abort notioM, not exeeedlng rua uiee. Inserted twice In thie column tor -..ia. itrw time :s rente, tsar ttnaee ? I -..ia lor all over rora Lisas, and not ex- ' rfief biobtt limbs, double above retee. TTTANTED RTTTTATfON. Bt VV young KM, Bok-r or CVrtt " t I Of relerencca glVtB Adores 'B-, bt2S la j CTRATEf OR 8TOLH.N Fbok ..t .boot hrr horn., with a ring at lacbidAnr pem" leering Information ai i to hr irh. r-.bo" uet thai o, or at ao. 1 bpring-et , wl' be niioir PATRICK POBELLT. jr in TTTANTED A Situation, or 1 f abont a thousand collar interert in mi re- - I....I ... h. nn who has bt)ODa( line Of- . - k. . - - . ,. . i sat two Bni a half year.. andaea arerto.'.lr lliKM B"t of re'ereuces given. Address X. I Z.P.0 Box a8,(JlevelAnBd, o. maris-isa "jTTRSTITnTE WANTED AT S. u..n - Ttrw nwli HtAr mmM PUBeli T t. CEED BTJCKWH K AT 3P0 Bush- 11 in Buckwheat jusreceired aodinreaie or si, U-K.l J Q. M HM0S8. ! Merwin rt. NTFD LIGHT 'OH'' Jr - " ply to P. B. Toot ,l i r vcshiu-ar- .1. P R Vrwi T.nmber I'ea.rr, iiriNTcn.! SUBSTITUTE. W iM,:t. & - w-.rawf 4nllBra for (mnot 11- bio to draiCJkw: J 1 " - mrii-LA2 CUBSTITUTE WANTED. 10 u.ku ri-.rt k mrine will b d. Aiilr tor two day ithott Wirim i Btock.up tir. B.y2f" ANTED -BY A GENTLE- ii. a I A h--WB.vvl In "am. rrlvalfl BAD, IIS llOIIll" a-i,,-j, J-.-T..X- ilr AddiTM tmmedtatolr H. Jt- w- " a ay Jl -IM - HOARDING & BOOMS -Tb iJjSSTSS reroroelir !.em tiaod 'hta wile A lew day bcar-en oati b . ao- ;jcnnoovtd. inn hat.W. OR RENT A Hocs p ..a it e.il i aerei of BMlore lind Dear br, elt- T . .r":ria ;k K-.t 'M-e and aireet ?.road"Doo:k B.5;,-. No. . fabMo r'qomre . ' tarl: lto5o; wui'.. rirmanen. ."dp.r.n, tntniect. Aplr to m-iylft-Iftl I) HTUS. Wddd!. Hons. U HAT.K OK TBI VIT-OU Plank Bol. fonrmlle. from the cltr J acr.1 no boll 'ln. be. an orrbard or "'t' ,trea. Will be .old fori r re;ban anr lent! rrenTTeod th-city. Ik."1 "'or-rt if w CT0CK OF GOOJJ3 fU PA, i. J ABO 8TOB FOB " eeTie? Proiuioo.1. Ac . cont ined i- a:ore no S35 ?rk T.treit" t oil-rel tor ..le.ard tt tore an Hat a rood eetebll.h'd dw.lllnMtn ...--.. - ,,.. trade, end only tberai ert. my-lt T?0R SALW.-OBM-Bi Lot on P Wert R.Ter .tr. directly ' oI-" ?? 'f,1' a!- .t-L known as "Oatbeu Oorner, 156 by rrj ' i.u jkn"ius. Bii'iH Atwator Bniidlng. "TUST RECEIVED ANOTHER ItiMAIDTOICVOl DWIPwr-ui' i - - - , fll and f7Pt K . jodw. MTU BEST FAMILY HUKSJL the oitT. tLtK two bogfrfea mna one i'""""" yi rnu for Mi obevi. ANTKl) IMMEDIATELY tob tbe tn rt4-rmttr,ff 40 per B-OOlll oa ZZTiZCZT moot. and r- ty.b-r-en-n per .pwlta will N fiTen. r ' -SS" ,! .n.lor ..x -o-ib. ITansfonaOOB tnroi.bed. Aply . M ay4B Oommerclal Bones, Uleveland, B. It y" A Tv n WRLL8' AUVJiiV tikmicnt in anoiner owiumu. .".. " febn-iu 11 (I. fe P.. AND C. fcM. Co. , Ball .ad the BailroadrrartionalOertlncateeolStockwant- i the higoeat anoe paiu uj i too " T Tn (JO. . 96 Bnperior-Bt. 0. P. A A. ttallroad Xbx-X mr eaie I.HIK SaLK 21 A0BB8 OH TH1 P lAke Shore. All., ahont f?',??"!. KlTboth Twithin one hall mile et the Oity LimlU forfurU-w pooler. en,.; reot 14" Watert. n A. READ A 00,,B. ooiy at loweet rate, of dieouant. well known 1 ""."""J''- iiww. PtotoU. I f-TSt?;. Piia. Mlooeona, and all perwna! K-''rwri pi. B-. A variety ol nnredeemed Watch, J" try, Gom, Ac., tor salt, at oi.rjr.iu.. eAf:vtt:oe--cornerol Water and ooporlor-rSta., TH4'etlotto.01ot!nei8(tre. w,n,, LAKE MAYISATION. 'or i. tike lupwlor. HE NEW AND EL- eg pad t pueeoKW iw-mw. 1 1.1.1 wniR. iimmBTCOii. MMter, Will lve our d for . .ntonjn ad OOlnts on .ae-u,Fo..v.. - - . ociocxr. . ''r"'ljTr-Hiiii(. .., No. 1 BlTer.trett. BUSINESS NQJICES. C. Q. BETTCB & PBFSTOH". ACrHOBIZXD AND NAYf AGENTS, AMI iCIevrlaad, Ohle, io. 1 tyre a Biocx. WasklBCien. U.V., Ho 443 Ninth wikkar i riBIiIH THC ARMY HIRMiTJ, AND OOLLEUT PM8I0I8, B0TJ5TY, BACK PAY, Prise Money. Discharged and Besltmed Officers' Pay and all other WAR Oavhu. We iTrWl tsL..Wwl? Other ATOeyB D-.TT3 fti uaa a-, w. -"' U-B" -r..ll -. bare onil!.hed -w., . nndertake may-B PUV" AND IIAl!K.f4 Orders promptly filled. Address t3. W. CROWELL A CO., mbSBiIM 197 Superior -8U Cleveland, Ohio. O. W. OAK,i MtSenaed Vfr Clalii. A great t. Oliiecta BooBtles, Pensions, Back Pay, Prise atoeey and other Vr ar Ciaima. sapj I t l Attenrlon la riven to the proateattM) el 041 ml In the ieparanenie a. i,uww.. esbb-AU pereoiia nanus n.lm. abonld apply In l a or by letter, at onoe, and they will reot l" "'- wr uifii. potlt-BS Iff! Hnperlor.t.. lTftland. 0. CUTtUND W4POl.BR Blli.l.w A. A. B. C POPB auaTiateadente, Manufacturer and Dealers all kinde of LBN Ooasieiirif of Pl'B e o d a d Feney laBIMKKKS, DOBSKlfS, ' eTnfBTS, TNIONS, Pl.ANNKUJ, BLANKETS, S T C, BTO od etock eooataatly oa hard, adapted , w eeirn mn, aw.. . Pestern Market. Market pneee paio ii'i t wi - - . ww at aanbkctored ode. Office end Salesrooms, fJO WATEB STREET, CLEVELAND. .n e ' 4 TTENTION, LADIES. THE AtnderVtrned I. prepared to drew Ladle.' BaM r toanyn'w .rape In tee belt and Bioe apprOTrd frrle tadie. are re.pect nllr reomwtod to rail IxantlBetil ihe new .tries. shape a, -. Bonnet, end bats colored to tan color in the Bent- S0. '? 2-2 neerlor utr-nt inOTTON "HOSlBiRY. a Full DEAL ESTATE FOB SALE- t. Hir brick bone- on ! .r- A ood oowrtonitr tor wen oi ..,..(,. 7 aiiarii'Mi. t DU. UUU in rain oanttt tboldijtMdd ;lotb nt. CBTiBl-Ot., wro.H v Uaiurn Hand tor Cur and Kxport ;. II, III, rain, iMaer -nd CresM -Je, Porter aid Brewa sveBb sj-rrtlcular attention ta called to r ok e PRRSKHT 081 AND 0BEAM ALBS, stitne and reliable article, of which ess el watt V Orders addressed to F. I. MPO.C, i receive proetps eiMwuuu. ' E5SIGN 4 HAN8C0!f, GROCERIES, 106 PUBLIC 8 GUAR". aTl-Ka TRAVELLER'S REGISTER. DBFABTOBIS. a. m. r.M. ktn ue t.w i: t 1: 4UN AtlanUo Ort WaB-ra-.-. B :ie rj.r ir.nri. ulereland A Arte t:5 Oonneant and Krle Aooom 0 PltttborgA A beelln Trfn (Vlnmboa -Toledow. i ...i HerrloikT. . 6:40 i 00 i 8- D-lrolt boat ABBlTAiiB. ABantlc A Great We.tt.rit ... " 1 0. w. MabontDK Frarirb'ftM bane Bhote, OleTelaod A Brte 6-J) AM Omneaot and Frte 4cobi 810 IM S 96 Ptttihnrxb A w aeeum . . . " Oolnmbne J Toledo. J; eandm-T MO of reni' OmnibM Lino, by lng their ddMJJ tu th Oinnibon umoe, 41 ou-snw-w-ri - MORNING LEADER WKDNErJDAT MORMNO, W AY 84, 184 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS C. A. Bead D. B. BUS Bonda. Jubn BUiler Aoademy of MoikJ. A th.nenm Mmilc Ball-A. Montpellec. Alfred EL Peaae-Ooacerta. TrO. O. Brnce A Prerton-Army end narj Mgmui A. A (. Bettbern 'UK. Patrick DonneUy-Btreyed or Stolen. Wanted Situation. Wanted Situation. Tamaerenoe Beetinn-Loeal Notice. Bakmpt Bale Local Notice. T. J BoTia Local Ro'lce. Pr kwt Alf. Howard Local ROtton. O A. Barlow local notice. Of Cleveland ao.ioTiAtMi nnnotiitorr and rirai igent of thfi FBltea bwhw. National 10 40 Tive Per Cent. Loan. Hr InstrnctioM l-ora tbe Secretary of; the Tr . detod March thli Banlt win reoei-. arrlptioM lor tbe NxTioaxt, 10-4O1TIT IjOam, In conpon ooooe wr i jt. d-emil after ten and payable forty year, from date in noim. ,v-i m.inn. it LT on coupon and reri.tered bond. of IW. and orer a J wreiui on bond, ol the denomination ot 5fl and KM. dollar . ,K. In TObecrlblnrpartiee may either to ay the ae- cmerl lotereetrrominenmo. 7 i.i.rAiAwln Onrrencr addlnc Ofty aer 0-1,4. pVemlnm or rerre bond. .t, Inureet h..rl.,ol mheeHetton. Auw will allow to BAHKB. BANKERS ABD BBUJUSHES ABV OUO .uanit the wraal cmmteaioB of one eighth 01 one per o-ov. Tub Ladiea will pledge look Into Mrs Bhiw'f Millinery Rooms, Snperior itreet. mayl:157 REVENUE STAMPS I POl BiLl AT TBI S. C0WLB8, P. H. CITY NEWS. !?TifTMiTTn o Deaitid Mi. The examination of drafted men waa con tinued briakly by the Board of Enrollment, at the Provoat Marahal'a Offloe yoaterday, The following table exhibite the result theday'a work: Held to .prrice Furnished mbetitutee . Paid com mil let ion . 16 . si ! is . 7 TotAl acoepteo Exempt, physical disability. " other cauaea Total exempt Total examined. Tna GkkiT CoHBIHATIOB ClBODB. Thayer A Noyea, the proprietora of the most popular cireua in the country, and the woriu famous Van Amburga, whose menagerie tbe greatest and moat celebrated ' ever col lected, hare united their foroea for a grand campaign against the pursea of the public. They give na a two daya' nait, oommeneing to-day. They will open thia afternoon at two o'oloek, at the circua-ground on Erie Street, and will give entertainments after noon and evening to-day and to-morrow. We advise all csr readers to patronise thia.the beateircua and menagerie that ever visited Cleveland. Thi Atlabtio pob Jonx. The Atlantic for June, Juat published, ia an excellent number. It opcna with a " Talk about Guidea,"by Maria S. Camming!, author the "Lamplighter." Among the articles "Life on theSea Islands, Part II.," from the pen, aa we are told, of a eolored lady ; " Fast Day at Foxden;" a continuation of Miaa Preseott'a atory "The Rim ;" a review by David G. Mitchell, of the recently published Life of Irving ; an account of the English comedian, Robaon, by Sala ; "How to uae Victory ;" another of the "Houee and Home Papera," by Harriet Beeeher Stowe ; "The Parallel Roada of Glen Boy," by Prof. i.ouia Agaatii ; and, "Seven Weeks ia the Great Yo SemlU," by Fiti-Hogh Ludlow. The poema of the number are the "Shakapeare Hymn," by Oliver Wendell Holmea; "The Neva." by Bayard Taylor ; " The Kalif Baldaeca," by Longfellow ; and Under tbe Cliff," by Robert Browning. Thb Coboibts at Biaibabd' Ham, Tones- Con-oerta h to . abb To-Moibow BviHiBOi to be given here by the Marctaek Troupe aa above, promise to be of the high eat and moat delightful order of musloal en tertainments. . Our Eastern exehangea, particularly from Buffalo, are perfectly enthuaiaatie over their aueeess, and the admiration and applanae they elicit- Of Miaa Laura Harria, from the ioademy of Muaic, New York, the Buffalo Poat aaya : "Every one present waa charmed with Vita Laura Harria. She carried all young, end many old " Buffaloes " by atorm. We do not wonder at her immense popularity in Opera, if she can be ao faacinating in Con tort." The Buffalo Courier in speaking of th Concert there laat Saturday evening, ranka Mr. Peas as among the very first of Ameri can Pianiat. Th Bxpreaa aaya of Mr. Peaae'a perform nice : "Tbe fiylng fingera, guided by that ooroeptien without which no musician ever attain real eminence, give to aot strain the aonl of an intelligent and aympa thoti expression. Mr Pease, by study and meeaaant pracUce, baa brought hia rare pow nra under full command, and Is enUtled a place in the foremost rank of Pianists. HerrMollenhauer, the great VloliaoeUiat md Big. Lotti, the fine Tenor, will add tie brilliaaoy of the Concerts. . . 1 - fnfnnr mnnr townsman. GOOD TEMPLERS. Tenth Annual Session of the Right Worthy Tenth Annual Session of the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of Good Templers---Proceedings. of the First Day. The Bight Worthy Templin commenced Its tenth annuel iei ion at Chapln'f Hall, yoaterday morning, at ton o'elook. A large number of delegate!, renreteating nearly all the loyal Statei, were in attendanoe. Tbe following ii a list of them : Hon. Psmael D. Haatingt, of WUoonim, R. W. S. T. John Brans, of Hiohiian, B. w. . v li. Ellen Wright, of FennsyiTania, a. n . V. T. Bolla A. taw, of IllinoU, B. w. . a. J. W. Ferguson, of Canada, B. W. Q. T. K n T.nwe of Mains. K. W. JH. 1). B. Tershing, of Indiana, B. W. D. M. B. W; Bar. J. M. raeoiea, 01 miouiganj Chaplain. 1. 1.. Hnna. 01 luinuii. xir. n. v. u Canada J. W. Ferguson, Simeon Mor rill, John Hawhinnie. Maine K. C. Lowe. Maaaaohnsetta K. L. Mitchell. Pennsylvania Hon James Black, J. New ton Pearee. Vermont J. Barny Robinson. Tmiiana Rei. J. H. Hntohinaon Iowa Mra. J. W. Cattell, Mrs. Fordyee Worth, J. Q Detwiler. Ohio J. A. Boenoer. J. n. Williams Michigan Geo. L. Hitehsook, John Ru- " ... . Illinois Meliaa Emery, Miss L. B. uowa ery, J. W. Nichols. Missonrt John Lampoeil. Minnesota Wra. Wiilson. Wisoonain H. H. Giles, E. L. Thomson, Rot. C. L. Thayer. nalifnrnia K. H. BiihOD. The morning was eeeopiad with the ex amination of credentials, and the report of oSeera. The report of the B. W. 6. T. eon taioed ralnable saggestiona in referenoe to adranoing the order, sustaining the tempo ranee preas, and an able defence of the organisation from the attacks of those who objet to secret aociotiea. The report of the K. M. 8. S. exibited easonraging pro gress in nearly eTery State, and the addition of two Grand Temples in Vermont and Prince Edwarda la and, with one in proapeet in De'aware. The following f gores ahow the nomerioal strength of oar order ; Nnmber of members in wood Bl audi air P7 Number initiated the last year.. S2.380 Present nnmher of Temples 1,307 Number oc temples lnaatulea during trie year , The R. 6. N. TreaMUrer reoorted as tbe Dalance in toe i reaapry i,eo oj The afternoon aeaaion waa devoted to the consideration of a nniform ayatem for Jo. enile Temperance aaaoeiationa, in eonneO' tien with Templea, and a resolution waa Anally adopted reoommending the formation of anoh aociotiea wherever practicable. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Crvn. Bbaich. In Court Room Number 1, a demurrer in the eaaeof Wjman.Adminiatra tor, rt. the Foreet City Bask, which waa ar gued to the court aomo days sinoe was over ruled by Judge Bolton. In Court Room Number 3 the ease of Mo- Ciellan and Co. vs. Moeller is itill on trial be fore Jndge Coffinberry. CximMAi, Bbikch. The divorce ease of Harriet Barnum va. John P Barnum, a pett tion for divorce and alimony, waa on trial before Judge Foota yoaterday, S. B. Prentiss appearing for plaintiff and J. M. Adams for defendant. The ground aaaigned waa ill- treatment; The huaband put in a eroaa-pe tition for divorce on ground of adujpry Both petitiona were diamiaaed by Judge Foote. TJkitib STiTBa Cotm. The pleaaof coun sel in the case of the United Statei va. Rin kenburger, Blanchat, Roas and Monet, for conspiracy, oocapied most of the day yoater day. Buthnell White, Esq , argued the case for the United States, and Meaara. John Mo- Sweeney and S. E. Adama for the defense. The case went to the jury at five o'clock, af ter aa able charge by Jndge Swayne. jury were then diamiaaed until nine o'clock thia morning. TO DRAFTED HUNDRED DAYS MEN. Important Letter from the State Prevent. Marshal General. The following letter from Colonel Parrott, the State Provost Marshal General, to Cap tain Nash, will be read with interest. It de- cidea the atatua of all drafted men who h. substitutes in the hundred day's service: Omci A. A. PnovoiTMiXSHiLGssesiL, 1 Ohio, Coldhbdb, 0., May 23, '54. J CiaotTLxa Lenin : of CaPTAix : By decision of the Solicitor the War Department, peraona having substi tutes in the Ohio National Guards for one hundred day'a service, who have been draft ed, will not be oredited with the period aemoe of their substitutes. Provoat Marshals will see that drafted men who have furnished aubatitutea for one hundred day's service, comply with provisions of the law governing dratted men, before the expiration of the service their substitutes. By order of Colonel J. Potter. L. V. BIERCE. Capt. F. A. Nise, Major and A. A. Provoat Marshal 18th District Ohio. a of A Daeibo Lcap pob Libibtt. Oa Columbus Express train, laat Saturday, were several aubatitutea for drafted men, who, haying received their money, were be ing aent to Tod Barracks, Columbus, pre paratory to being placed in aervioe. When between Iberia and Mt Gilead, going at th moat rapid express speed, which, at that point, la decidedly lightning-like, on of th aubatitutea crowded himself through the win dow, and in that cramped position threw him self from tbe train. The chanoea aeemed thousand to one in favor of hia instant death. Nevertheless when the train waa stopped search was made, nothing waa fonnd but marks he had made in falling, and the prints of bis footstepa. A farmer who waa plough ing near by, bad aeon him running off and gave chase to him. The guard disembarked from the tra'n, and commenoed 'a thorough search for him, which will probably result hia capture. i Th fellow's name waa Bruce Shelton. had been a school-teacher, and It is curiona to note that he appeared remarkably careful and eonaeientioua aa to the disposition of bounty money, and the time of hia being mm tared in. j - M'btibo or Colobbd Cmiin. la view of the fact that one or two of the eolored eitisene of thia city have been contemplating uniting with the Cleveland Convention, meeting was held laat night by the eolored men of Cleveland to sonaider the matter. Medlin waa ehoaen President,, and C. Richardson, Secretary. The following re so lotions, reported by John Mai vis and George Voaburgh, were unanimously adopted! CLEVELAND. May. 24. 1864. to to WHBBBiS, The present crisis demarda unity of action on the part ef the Union loving people; and, whereaa, tjiere is a Con rention to aasemble in thia city ion th Slat day of Hay, th tendency of which, in opinion, will engender discord rather than Union ; therefore, -- I . 1. ifceefred, That it ia inexpedient and politic for the colored people of Cleveland to send a deleration to the aaid Convention. I Rvnl-rcd. That we will aupport the Bal- awA. tnintnii Mnaio Hah LIT. It if with I feeling of glad relief that we turn from the enaation piecea to which we hare been ao lavishly treated since the opening oi too theatrical aeaaon, to the elaaaie drama-irom playa that depend for their effect on chemi cal lighte and the banging or muaxeia, tragediaa in which legitimate acting taste, intellect, and power, combined, ean aiooo win auooeia. The traniition waa a marked one from Cudjo'a Cave to Hablatv and it waa as refreshing aa it waa marked. Hamlet waa splendidly rendered last evening. Mr. Adams has the natural advantages oi nana- aomo poraon and moat admirable voice, whtoh hia geniue and culture have taught Mm how to uae. Mr. Adama thoroughly eomprehenda the wonderful character of the melancholic Prince of Denmark anu mat is more than ean beaaid of half of the actors who attemnt to render it. Hia rendition of it waa masterly marked with culture, pow or and scholarly appreciation of the text throughout. We have no apaoe for comment in detail, but only expreaa the hope that Mr. Adama may repeat Hamlet again, to a fuller house than that of laat night. Mr. McCol- lem apoke the part of the Ohoat with great effect and power. Mr. Eilaler'a Poloniua waa moat excellent, aa are all hia renditions. The reat of the company did well, and would have done better had there been leaa cutting' leaa interpolation, and atriotor fidelity to the original text. To.niht. "Richard the Third" anu " Family Jara " are announced. A Nw Pioe-biobiboGboo.d. Oar oity pent readere will be delighted to learn that the Eaat Cleveland Bailnad uompany nave leased a handaome pieoe of wooda in Eaat Cleveland, on the line of their road, and in tend cleaning off underbrush, ereoting a few buildings, and putting it in the beat of order for nick-nicking- parties. It will be tnrown open to all, except on Sundays, free of charge If a party desire to use it, and will noiuy the company a day or two beforehand, cars will be furnished for them, and they will be taken the round trip for ten cents apiece. Th bit of forest leaaed by the company liea near the Jackson House, adjacent to and juatcaat of M. M. Spangler'a grounds. We visited it yesterday, and found it a most attractive spot, already fit for the reception of merry parties. A little labor will make It a moat deairable place for piekniekers. By the way, in thia merriest and happiest month of the whole round year, we know of cheaper and yet higher pleasure than may be got by jumping aboard one of the handaome cars of this company and riding ont along their beautiful line till you can so. meadows ani forests and waving grain, can amell flowers and new mown hay, and can breathe the free air of heaven. If you only go out and return at once you will be better and happier for your ride. Tab Pbop.i.b Nub. This 11 fated ateamer, which waa ae shattered at William's A Co-'a wharf in Detroit by the terrible ex plosion of Saturday morning, oame out new in 185J, but underwent extensive repair, 1861. She waa owned by the Meaara. Erana, of Buffalo, who a few yeara since purchased her from Capt. Frank Perew. Aa regards her boiler there doubtless waa but few better on the lakea. The Nile waa connected with Evan's line of ateamera between Buffalo and Chicago, and the only boat of the line believe which called regularly on the east shore of Lake Michigan,1 at Northport, Grand Traverae. Capt. Hunt, her Captain is considered one of the moat prominent masters on the lakea. City Council. TUESDAY EVENING, May. 24th. The President of the Council, Thomas Jonea, Jr., in the chair. All the members present except Messrs. Dangler, Goldriok and Huntington. Minutea of the last meeting read and ap proved. PETITIONS. OfT. D Masters, Bridge Tender, asking increase of wagea. Harbors and Wharves. Of John Outhwalte tor vacating pan Kinsman street. By order of City In .nantors. Gf C. Bradburn and others, aaking Council to conaider the Claim of 0. P. Dabnoy Filed. REPORTS. ve of of Of Board of City Improvements, on the pe tition of H. Bioe and othera, agaiaat paying Prosneot street. Filed. Of Committee on Fire and Water, in refer enoe to the purchase of bell, Ac, of Engine company no. iu. jmea. Ot the City Attorney, in relation to what rights the city has in the old Canal on West sido of the river. Filed. Of Committee on Harbor and Wharves, relation to tugs depositing dirt in the lake, Filed. Of the City Attorney, on the claim Francis Marlow. for damages sustained Franklin street, in favor of the claim. Board of COMMUNICATIONS. of U G. the a and the in He his a A. M a our From the Board of City Improvements relation to ordinances to grade and improve Canal, Kinsman, Seneca and Michigan atrweta. Filed. From C. P. Dabney in relation to labor performed by him, and aaking relief. Com rait tee OB Schools. From the Board of City Improvements relation to the condition of East St. Clair Street School House. Schools. The following oommut ication waa receive,! and filed from Hon. Ueorge a. center Oeellessrit of the Ctty Comci of the City Cleveland While I accept at your hands the offic Mayor of th Lity OI uieyeiana, ana it aa a high honor, I can but ment the unfortunate circumstanc that hare made a choice by your honorable body lisatorv at thia time. In common with fellow citisana, I waa gratified with the elec tion of my late predecessor, the lion. 1. Masters, knowing from long familiarity with hia public and private life that ae a gentle man he would aignity toe oraoe, enq mat an energctio, Judicious, public spirited em sen he would fully subserve the highest tereats of the city. It oleases me to know that hia conduct offloe haa justified the exptctationa of warmaat friends, and called forth the com mendations of every one to whom the welfare of Cleveland ia dear. It ia lamentable, therefore, that the pre carious atate of hia health ahould require euch a freedom from theeareaof buainess auce a oharge of habitation aa will for present season deprive ua of hie valuable ser vices, itie ainooreiy to ee nopeo mat will Boon be reetored to hia wonted atrength and vigor, and again return to long occupy hia place among those whose presence can any time be my a pared irom our miast. The honor you have conferred upon me not accepted without a full appreciation the all-absorbing attention the lust perioral anee of ita dutiea require, and the conae quent knowledge that my previoua buainesa arrangements and plane mutt be changed; as it is your will that 1 again serye your con stituents as their Jtxeeutive, it becomes matter of public duty,acd I cheerfully acqui esce, only hoping mat i may oe able reach tbe high standard of official excellence established by my immediate predeceaaor. The reqnirementa of the munioipal aerv ice have, within ao short a Bne, been made known to you in the annual message of lata Mayor, that no suggestions need now made by me. All aid shall be lent to carry on to execution plana of SAoper improve ments adopted or now in progress, and general course inaugurated by the present munioipal government wiu oe preaeverea 1 am, gentlemen, very reepeotiuiiy, GEORGE B. SENTER. RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Sturgea. Whereaa, our late worthy Mayor, I. U. Master., Esq., haa by reason of ill health been compelled to resign that ata r m in ot the the in nee), to tke acta '"Mat action to testify ai. . ,, .'.M-Htiir ot hia bervioea and the estiiuwUM it, v. ,h be e held by us, there fore Resolved, That we deeply r-r.Ji the neeee- aity that led to hia resignation, and return our heartfelt thank for the distinguished ability that marked his course during tbe thirteen months he presided over tbe admi nistrative department of the city, and for his uniform sourteouaneaa and urbanity toward the members of this Council, and all othera whoae buaineaa brought them within the sphere of his official duties. Besolved, That in hia retirement from the cares of office, the city loaea the services of a valuable, honeat, and efficient public serv ant; this body, of a wise and diserest counsel lor, and a man every way worthy or tne ex kited and dignified station to whioh his fel- cwcitlaene had elevated him. Besolved, That we tender him our dorp and eiooer aympathy in hia affliction, and feivently hope that the meana he ia about to adopt for the reoovery of his health, may prove suocesaful, and that he may bo per mitted to return among ua in the full en joyment of that blearing, of which he haa ao unfortunately boau deprived, ana wua out which all othera are comparatively val utleaa Adopted. By Hr. Roberta, That the name of George Mygatt be added to the Committee on Equalisation, in place oi ueorge freeman, who declines to aerve Adopted. Bv Mr. Gardner, That the Street Commis sioner be instructed to see that the Eaat Cleveland Railroad Company fill the track between the raila, ao that it shall be In good working oondition and passable for the travel of the publie, and ao that buggies will not be endangered when crossing tne same. Adopt ad. By Mr. Cranser, That the Board or Oity Improvements be requested to place a atone cr'.ssinr on Duane atreet, on the weat aide of Clinton atreet. Board ofCity Improvementa. Bv Mr. Sturcea, That the Committee on Gas be directed to inquire into and report to Council at their earliest convenience, tne expediency of extending the gaa pipes on Lake street, from urie to aiaoame street, ar-d of having public lamps erected on that portion of aaid atreet ana lighted witn gaa, Adopted. By Mr. Bower, mat tne uommuioe on Parks and Public Grounds be instructed te hare the neoeesary repairs made to tbe fence aronnd Clinton Park. Parka and Public Grcunda. By Mr. Truacott, That J. H. Sergeant be appointed a member of the board ot equal isation in place of Charlea Winalow resigned Adopted. By Mr. Martin. That tbe Board oi uity Improvementa be and are hereby inatruoted to construct a walk across Lorain street on tbe west side of Green street. Board of City Imorovemtens. By Mr. Truscott, That tbe compensation for tending Willow atreet bridge, hereafter be one dollar and nfty eenta per day, Adopted. By nr. uaraner, list tne noara oi city Improvementa be requested 'to notify the owners of property on weat aide of Biver atreet. between Superior atreet mil ana at. Clair atreet, to lay dowa a walk of either plank or atone, in that part not already (larzel Adopted. By Mr. Irusoott, ihat too Hoard ot water Worke ia hereby instructed to eauae the hydrant placed at the intersection of Pearl and Detroit streets, for the use of the street sprinkler, to be removed from its present locality to some piaoe wnere it win uot inter- fere with travel. Adopted. Bv Mr. Townsend, That the Chief En gineer of the Fire Department be requested to lurnisu, lor tne use oi tne veuncti, a sys tem of fire-alarms with, such auggeationa and recommendation aa he may think beat, with the coat of the aame Adopted. By Mr. Wiilard, That the City Marshal and Street Commissioner be, and are hereby, required to asaiat the acting Health Officer to enforce tne orainanoea prosioiting tne ae posit of Hh of all kinds in the streets, lanea and aueye oi tne city. Adopted. By Mr. Keating, That Joseph Shields allowed f 1 60 per day for services ae bridge tender, on the pontoon bridge crossing Stone's Flats. Adopted. By Mr. Truacott, That the B ard of City Improvements be and are hereby instructed to notify the property owners on the north side of Detroit street, between rearl and Hanover streets, to (within ten daya) repair aheir eidewalke and make the walke conform to the eetabliahed grade ; and upon the prop erty ownere neglecting to comply the Board cause the eaid eidewalke to be put in proper repair, and aseeea the expenae upon the prop erty. Adopted. By Mr. Trueeott, That the oompenaation for attending Lighthouse Street Bridge here, after be $7 lo per day and night. Harbors and WharVee. lly Mr. Bandereon, That Willie Benton allowed $20 a year more for hie services page of this Council. Lost. By Mr. Truacott, That the oompenaation for tending Centre atreet bridge hereafter 9.0 za per aay ana nigut. xtaroors ana Wharves. By Mr. Townsend, That the City Fire En infer be authorized to buy for the use of oity, at their value, but not to exoeed their original oost, the bell, belfry, gas fixtures, inside blinds, etc., of Engin Oompany Mo, 10, that waa lately disbanded. Adopted By Mr Townsend, That the Board of City Improvementa be authorized and inatruoted to have a reservoir built on Washington atreet, at the moat convenient place between Taylor and St. Paul streets, at a cost not ex eeedint? 20". Adopted. By Mr. Roberts, That th Committee Fire and Water be, and they are hereby, authorised and requeated to rent Engine House No. IV. Adopted. ORDINANCES. on in in of of ac knowledge la To levy aad assess a special tax upon Eu clid atreet eecona reading. To levy and assess a epecial tax upon Co lumbue street Ordinances. To levy and asaeea a special tax upon Par ry atreet Ordinances. To levy and asaeea a epecial tax upon rToepect etreet raaaea. To levy and assess a epecial tax npon Eagle atreet Passed. Levying taxea for th year 1864. Bulea euspended and paaeed. To ameud eection two of an ordinance en- titled an ordinanee to grade and pave th carriage way and gutters, and eurb the side walks on Euclid street between Monumental Park and South Perry etreet. Lost. To levy and assess a epecial tax upon Weat alley. Paaaed, Amending an ordinance entitled an ordt nance prescribing the terme and oonditione of pasaengera on th Street Railways in th oity of Cleveland. Ordinances. our U. a. in in hie and th n at ia of yet to the be tne in Teu-Forty tcavoverameol Uan, U HIT BO 8TATEB 0KPO61TUBY. THS FIB8T 5ATI05AL BAHX, OF OLBY-tAalP, dedgnated a permanent Depository of the Govern ment, M preparea to reonye nacnpiion to -.oe T-rrt? GTrmeit Lama, now raadT lor delfrarT rjpoitory for D. . Offlcera, Quaxtvmaatera, Paymaaten mar3llM. F. B. HALE, Banker, lit B-perlwr-eK, U. 8. BONDS, GOLD, SILVER, U. COUPONS and CANADA MONEY aougbtand sold at best rata Beposita Beoeived And Collections made at points. all Saweasible MTUaearrent Fanda converted at Low est Ratee. Biwen oe Stamp, for Bale. mays LOCAL NOTICES. Tcbth Wabd. All persons liable to present draft are requeated to be present the Kentuoky Street School House Wednesday evening at 7 o'oloek. may ii: 15 J. T. J. Bossu, Chr'm. Go to the great Bankrupt Sale for your Boots and Shoes, for style beauty and dura bility, they ean be had at leaa than Maa afaeturar prie. . 108 Superior atreet. mej25: lal PiABoe O. A. Barlow is opening a new atook of the Knabe Pianoa, which for vol ume and purity of tone and durability, superior to any offered for eale in thia city, n.n ..j .u then, at No. 3. Knolld atreet, LOCAL NOTICES. Prof. Alf. Howard, American Ole Boll violinist will visit Tttuaville, Pa., and Jamestown, N. Y., aoon. may 14:161 Public Tcmpixaacb Mbbtisq. There will be a public meeting, in behalf of the eause of temperance, at Chapin'a Hall, thie (Wednesday ) evening at half-past seven o'oloek. Hon. S. D. Hastings, State Treasurer of Wisconsin, will preaide, and Hon. Jamee Black, of Pennsylvania, Bolla A. Law, Esq., of Illianis, J. Q. Defwile, Esq , of Iowa, and John R. Williams, of Ohio, will address the meeting. Th National Lodg of Good Templars, now in aeaaion in thia city, will be in attendance. may2i:152. Thb new war those Gem Piotores are made at Parker'a Booms, No. , Pnblio Square, ia rich, and they are hard to beat. mayZ4:lbZ Tub SboobdNatiobalB abb having re ceived instructions from Ihe Secretary of th Treasury, authorising the redemption of the Coupons of the five per cent. Legal Tender notes, due June 1st, win reaoem toe same on and after that date. mayuuoo, sVCbbapib thab Cottob Shibtibo. The Irish linens, aellinr at the cloaing out aale of I. P. Sherwood's, are much cheaper than cotton goods. maj jo DxBTiBTAy. Dr. B. F. Robinson, office No. M Wood street. All kinds of surgical and mechanical denSstry, done in the beat manner and at a low price. dec2KZ7 Fttth Wabd. Noticx I There will be a meetinr of the membota of the Fifth Ward Equalisation Association at tne Baptist Chanel, thia Monday evening;, the 23d mat. It ia important mat every memoer anouio. be nreaent. as the question ae to the distri bution of the funds will oome before the meetine. All the drafted members are re queated to bring the notice aervea on mem by the enrolling officer. By order of the Executive Committee. B. P. BOWEB, dlt Secretary. Second Ward Draft Association wil Thi meet thie evening. May 23d, at Court Room No. 1, at half past aeven o'clock. Every member is requested to be present. By or- der of tbe Finance Committee. may23:l2 T. A. Sabpobp, Seo'y. Nonce. A meeting of the members of the First Ward Equalization Association will be held at the Engine House on Cham plain tmet. on Monday evening next, at i o'clock The question of a distribution of tbe funds of the Association will eeme before the m ing. All members are expected to be prea- Ont D. it. B.BV8, may21:151 Secretary. Fob Plnmbinc. Gaa Fitting and Fix- turea go to MeGarvey'e, opposite the Poetof flee, agent for the celebrated lava tip gaa burner. apr2v:M Bib thi Coiqcibmo Hibo. Splendid large new steel plat portraits of General Grant. Canvassing agents wanted through out the State. Specimens acnt by mail oa receipt of retail prices, one dollar. Address B. S. Green, Room 4 American Buildings, Cleveland. Ohio. tnavlirl&l. be to be aa be the on and 8. this at this are AMU.M(itT. A CADEMY OF MUSIC! aTa. Butx-St., xt to A.ona Horse. VMS JOHN BLLSLEB Manager and Proprietor JAMES PICBSON . ..stage manager. n HnvlflH . Treasurer. Pmiru or AnmfMiON Boxes and rarqnette, au ci.., Family circle, iar CI..; uanery, i.icis. oiuifie Seats in Private Boxre, 7S ct.. Bntire Box, S-, S3 and St. Seat, aecured dnring the day, Ul eta. The manarer ha. the honor to announce a limited png-sgemeut with taeyonng trageaian. Mr. BDHIN ADAMS, hrweca-eer thronabont the entire Union I. consld. .red by the nniremal Ilramatio World to be tbe greatest eerie, of ttinmph4 on raonrd Ince the ear'y career oi tne faowj eiuiarnt mrjuim, ueia rUBBKl. WBDNC3DAT IVI-INO, May 25th, 14, will be prearnted bhasspaarea ureat xive-act nageoy called K I G H A B D III. Rlehaid IK tlueea Bllaabeth.. ..EDWIN AP4MS .In Koie Cl sier To conclnde with 'FAMILY JARS. Ib aotlre preparation, tbe new pipy ceiled III HlKltlU, Also, THB Dim HCABT. THKNKUa1 MUSIC Superior it.,opopiit Bank A. HONTPBLlltIiw. .. Proprietor vnd au uter HtAifi- Muniaer T. el. ttlLSl.. HQ GU8. PKTKKii Maitre d Bubllet JU8TIN JLUHH. M0)tucar of Miwic The ronritor tekravVuare In annoancinir th-vt h- bats eulu-ed thttuce In order W giw eOct to Tittaof riitjfii.n aud Hoectacnlar lrani(s which will thortiy be prodacd, iu addition to whicb tbere wiu Denew irop oiirtaia. Vint appetraoca nf tb popnUr Ithlopiu Comedian ana Dan joist itiuarLarr iron ui Ameru, Theater, Broa4w.y, Hew Xorfc. First Bicht of the beamifiil Ballet ot PtXIAtK). Firat appMi-ance of Father Peter ao4 hia Oriflnal ULi rutiavs First nfch' of the laiiffhable Pantomime of the Cob- ler a Frolic tap ported br the eotlre com pan 7 jb taieDtoa axtiata. Admi.OBPaxoutt A Ureas Circle. .....J' ct. iieaerred urcbeatra ataiu .00 eta. The next family matinee will take plane hat era ay, tu to mat. The grand Eqoetriaa Bpeetacolar Drama of MAZKPPA, I in actlre preparat on and will shortly be produced TO HN G. J KNNINGS, INSURANCE AGENT Atwater Boildiog, FOOT OF SUPERIOR BTREET. BepreMinbi the following Old and Reliable Kcstera (ompanlct: CHARTER OAK FIRE INSURANCE CO, Hartford, Conn. MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. H0RTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. Hartford, Conn. CO:, CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, New Haven, Conn. I HAMPDEN INSURANCE COMPANY, Springfield, Mass. IIA88A80IT INSURANCE COMPANY, Springfield, Mass. ' CHARTER OAK LIFE INSURANCE Hartford, Conn. Policies Issued at lowest paying rates and leases pro iprly ad'n.ted rnay.r.' orrira f'LBVBUiwn 1bow MiniitoCo. 0i.avBi.4Bn, nay t8ih, ldet. r-IVIDEND NOTICE. Thb Di 1 rector oi tbe Cleveland Iron Mining Com this day decla-ed an extra "ir'de d of Dollars (6) per share pTable on the Sth ot June nest. Strcti noldssr ltrred in the w York Hwiata will be Mid at t.ie offloe of tbe Farmrir i, can and Trust Company, in that ctty ; all other will be paid at the office of the Company in r 1 nd. Transfer books will be cloawd irom thft Sth .. I. iBasaaa lyWlTaalre- PAO. Ai. flA 1 UH K, ORDINANCES. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ORDINANCES. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. FINANCIAL MONEY MARKET. MOKN1NU Lf sllIB ornoB, i Tcaaoav arumo. May 24, 134. 1 Uald Gold adranced In NewTork to-day, ckwlns firm at 189HalMrK. Tbe only cane, apparent tons for this advene, was probab'y a heavy demand for shipment, to-monow betns eteejaer day. Tbe buy- ins rate here to-day wee uniformly 8 per coat, pre ailnm. Hllrwr BnyiB abont u per cent, below sold. .lioaey- There is very Uttle demand oa tbe street at present lor money, and tbe market is easy at the regular rates, tf7 per oent. Lars dra ts bare been made by the Government within a day or two ipon the National tanks, bnt tbe effect, though temporarily tiahteoincnp those bMtltotlona eome- wbat, is Bot perceptible npon the general - market. BxehaBaw sy and quiet at unchanged rate. (iwverwsaeBt Bends Steady, bnt rather del). at the billowing rates i Bnylnr. belling. 6-311'.. oonnonp niMt 1W 7-', April and October.. .lll 112 7-Sn'a, February and August 110 1U . H, no SB- fllA KMyBY fftay 24. I sx VBBSarB.1 W,m.v-Im? at a aer met. merlin aExoBaajrw Active ana nrmer. sou all lor c.irrency. .jwIa AetiTMuid nuner. uaeninr nt tB'e. .a retiring to lse, declining lo 184H and cluing Aral at ltttHelimt. . .. . vrraaeit .ter)k A little nrmer. vnnea mi,im 1', ,,f iddt. mnuDL 11.14: Bire-twentiee. coupons, li 64.1'i7 ; ewreu-thlriiee, October and April, ill. N. Y. STOCK MARKET—May. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ,uli. Firm Vire.twentlM. erumo-.. lAfiV. rVreD-thirt'e 111. One yew certificate. w, i'aciHc M.ll 134, Hew York Lieair.1 una. .imiBun nr, a.rie i .we. ufwiu'ii -" Bar'em 2I.Micb'g.n.nirel 14SS. K1icbign sonib- em USH d guaranteed U, lllln. l. Urntral terlp 132s. uierAiand aud i-ittetinr.n no, u.ieue anu Cbkago 137. C'l.Te'and and 'foledo 150, Chicago and tt.k i.ii..i t nu. i hifiaaa. Hnrnnrion ana uuincr 12. . ltt.burah. fort Waye and Chicago 11714, Uhl- cago and Burtb western COMMERCIAL. CLEVELAND MARKET. of MOSNINU LBA11KU orri' i, TrjxeoAV CvaniBe, Mar 24, utfrf. I Reeelpta Tne loltowing are tbe receipt, of grain by rail daring tbe 48 hour, ending at hall-pant one AV!m.k IimIav . i wneat uorn oan nre oar.er bits. bns. bun. bus. boa O O A O B b ; 3M am . O A T at " 21 lMiO 4- 0 . Total. , 4fV4 IS6 1210 There waa eon-iderable improTpaient in reoerpta of wheat to-day. thera bctaa; Id additioat to tbe above ft. 200 bashel. recelTed br Lake. The market, how erer, cont too a to rare witttont dmand, epcili7 for roond Iota, and price are iirealar and nneet- tied, fc l.e iboa-and boahe red were offered to-d-y on 'Change at !,, free on board, bnt tbre wre no takera. F oar la only in moderate demand fr r the local trace, and clo-.ee tirra npon th atrength of the improTwl leeliog Ka-t. Corn rnled quiet to-day, no aalee beinc r-ported. and hokiert fell 3c irom yeater- day'aaiice. Other arrama oaiet and iteady. uiat- winea were lean firm to-day, and Terr irregular, with but little inquiry. ProTi-ioni are Aim and In food teady demand. Batter and Kurjta acaixe and 8alea and aaotationa to-day were aa follow : Fltar-Very dnll, bnt Arm Oooble extra red, good to cfcolre, 7. 5047,75 ; ao white, tft, 2518,75. Wheal Irregnlsvr, anivett ed and very qost. tie lee on the rirer ol 1 earn red oa track at tl,M. C'ra- Unlet ex d lower. Uotdra aaftinc tl.ZS on track. Uauw-Qaiet and steady at 7to on track and 80c from tor. Rye Doll at 1,D from atore. Bau-ley-Beld at !, 2501 J5 for fiood to Tyrim on track. Pork In moderate demand at lt?8,A0 tor City- packed meea and $77,00 for No. tmea. laRrw Firm bnt rathar giilet at 14c tot cttr-rwi- dered tn Uercea tSakw 1300 9m at the e notation. gnwke. Mmu- Steady and In better demand t the following q Dotation : canTfleed hanu Ne; onr-enred do, nnemarmmi, m ; cdtmr bswcsjn lfic ahonldera 13c ; dried beef 15c. Salea ot 800 1 cured ennaed hama at IW: ; I 000 aw Bhonlder ISe Mii trs CAnTeiiMHl dried beef at lc lleaa Beef City-pfvoked qniet at 117,00. Batter very acarce and Aim at 28?B30c for good ta prime W. B. - KaTs-s Scarce and eelling at 18e. CkeaawNew In moderate demand at lftiaHc, according to quality. iHiitjhwtntjr UnMttld and nominally lowrr. Satee of bbla at tl S3, 35 bbl at tl,Ut and 39 bbt at 1,2S. AlMhlteady. Held at tl,4pv3.5 tor 9S per cent, Nentral Proof Hptrlu $131. B9a-lB good demand at tlfi tor medinm white. Hfi a-Qniet at 9S.13m& for Timothy, and 17,75 for Clover. Sale of Buckwheat at ..75. Hnlr In fair demand and iteady at f r fin, r,3t for cone and uroond aolar. Dried Apple Firm and la fair demand at lOHc Dried PeM-M-In moderate demand at 17a&t for peeled, and I8ttl9c tor no peeled. Pwtauwen Peach blow in good demand and steady at S1J041.12 for prime, and H5cd0t.iio for common to gcod. Pctreleam yotet and nominally elwgKSe for & lined. Flah-QoJet a?id steady at tha following quota tion: White Fish, hall barrel 8,M; Pickerel, haU barreU, tMO; Trent, half bur ,,,7,W; tiar- ring tw,50 per hal( barrel. Mill Feew In good reqqeat and firm at t&J& ttt,U0. Uata and corn groand together ttwvina ttie mil la. flit iteady at the following quotation: Lniteed W bale. W B....PI Sa- Kleph.nt. W B 1 ."'- Miw.rm, W H... I 4-- rtruit. ... . B4trlue. Plaster I Q fairdemaud at sir per ton tor land. 3,4) pet barrel for " Dentist," and J5 per bar rel for com bob calcined. Ale aad Pener Steady at following quotations: Present nil lep. l; stocB XXX. Slrus Ui SU,- 0; Bennett SlS.no; Pale t: re.ro SIIXI; Porter all. Mala Steady at Sl.an per bnehel. H.pw Bange at 0Sc, according to Quality. Tallew-eelllngat I0c. IJsne Akron and Oswego water lime In good request at 2.00. ai -.7 BinkZIClZl 1 2VS NEW YORK MARKET—May. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] 4loBr State and Western a .hade firmer: $7,29. 7,3.1 lor extra atate ; S7.AW.7H lor extra r innd boop Ohio ; B7 15t,M lor trade brand., marget ckMlng urm. Whlalty Oall and lower, si.ze tor mate l u. for Western Wheat Uecidedlymore actra.and P4ac nigner. Sl.d7itl.fi lor hlcago .prtng ) S1.43 tor Baclne do; ai .iiual.RSfi r niiwanaeecluo; ai,aaai,7BroreemB4. . inti-r rrd Wt.u-rn. iters-Valet ai,4eml,4l for new Bitir Western ii d .outhern ye' low 4Mio-unlf i.t rii for Wwiern. 4 .flee t ull and nnchiuiged. etawwr-Hleadr. Marillrd New Orleans anc : Mua. corsiio le.i,Mlic; H arena Uv.c .lelaaswe-unll. Weel- Qcletand firm. Petreleaan-Bitm. I.rnde 3raS9c Bned free 47S-.W: ; do In boud 61 ias2c P.rlt Active and firmer. BJ7.75 for mess: wnjs h r o'd me esu.Heiso.zilor new do, ehtrfly at S"0; Si! 71a,.01or old aad new prim.; 2S,aua27.7 for prime mesa. Kwel unlet at S9.aoai3,i.i Tor crmniry mew ; pe.i.w 7,0.1 for c.nutry prime; Si'i.'WMlil.OO tor repacked meee : eln,30a.l i for .xtra miw. Prime itlewa Beef-Qnit at Pir..'OeM.!i. Keel Haaaa luiet and nominally unchanged. I'm lel-ilulet at ll4al2o lor .honld.ra. 14)4 al3e for ham. Barwn Mldee nll and nomin.l. Ird UuIImI IMlaU'.c, lnclndlnga small lot rery chifee Keltle-renflered at 144,c, aa extreme flg- nre : alM l.vsi Dbis lor June ana juiy, et ner . option. at 14140. Batter Firmer. zHaSSC for Ohio and 3Sa4xc State, lor fair lo cholca yellow in ttrkina Jbeeee iaal7(tc. N. Y. CATTLE MARKET—May. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] The are a. follow.: Beef t'attle Per ewt., first qnallty, S18.011iai9, On; ordlunry to good, per cwt., 8lf..'rfiral7o-, com mon, ei.'.,iaMalf,'0: inferior, Si3,4allA,0ii. :.w. Bed (Mvee-rirat iiuility t9A.nrueri.O0; ordinary, etAlloa&O.Ul ; common, a40,OOaa,OU ; Inle rlor, 35,o.iaiO,' 0 Veal ai.ee Flint quality. T fa. 9SWc ; ordl Bary, nc; common, 7iaec ; Inferior. SI..7-. Mtaeep and Ijanaow axira r nfan, .ii,iswij,uu prime, saxiuiio.iiii; orainarr eiaunu, 337J0; inferior SVW.'0. Swine - Corn led 41 pound, 8VV common ; still-fed Ol a I tbe high prices of Heet (attle evr rep.rted lo tb a niar.et, thus, current Ibis week are RECEIPTS. Total receipts of all etock at all tbe week were as follow. : Beerea , Oowa. l' Veal calves 8" Hheepand lambs.. ,42 bwlne- -11,113 BUFFALO MARKET—May. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Plowr-Unchaned. Bale ymterday ex tra Ohio and lodfmaat S7.7ao M. Whrtat-Bnt litti ioaolry ; partitw apart. y-wterday of white MicnUan at ai 7e; to-day Wo rrii,BnHrh.r,ii.o; No 1 Chiuuro spring at ai,- 18, the market closing dull new held at 1 , and No 3 a,t 81.23. Clo-'Ufc. dull. Iwta ijo-rer ; oflred at 77c. Whlalty Hodmnd; heidattl.lN 4 n-U KrwUhw-Flrm t I6e lor wheat, 14 for corn, and 9c lor oat to New lork OSWEGO MARKET—May. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] to flanr In good demand at $7 JSa.7pfl for BBmbar I spring, 87,75 lor red wintr. v heU firm buteuet; partfe apaif, rs Scarce and auia-t. Owta Firm, but qniet. VTrlahu-bower. Carrier oflerto take wheat 10c to ftew York. CHICAGO MARKET—MAY 23. [Special to the Cleveland LEADER.] Fleer Dull. Sal-. of .print extra, at SajnaAJO. Wkemt A3e blrhar slaa at 1I.IJI lor k. I, and S13l.xv for No 1. 4 wra tloened lower, hnt etnwMt w, hi.her. fl.li. Sl.eaal 07 for Bo I. and Si,, lei. ns lor Not. Hue He lower. Hale at tterwe lor Ho U Kyelc higher, bale, fto l at si. 41. Barlry Jull Bale He 1 at tja 4 eieKv c nigner. caia. at at.nal J2. eio.iaa at the lo.ide ft cure. rTevtnleBw ere fork Brm at aar.arwrr aa - ul. tnrsav Lard Am at Ual34. Krelarate ajon wneet to tmn'o. . tf.eeel(a4.6Ul CDla nenr, au.lkio beaaela wawai. 57.I4MI bunhrtl. obfti, 3e.ijen boshrl. ot. Malaaawata 11 QUO bbl. Boor. WJjeeaamn -wb il.uOj buen corn, ja,- CO boahela uata PITTSBURGH OIL MARKET. [Special to the Leader.] PITTSBURGH, May. 24. PetretwaeB Market active erode nr at H a. with an upward wndeccy. There la litite erode oa the wharl lor sale btlned In bond 13c ani firm ; city brand Hie tree. Arrived, ahont 1,4 barrel., lb river t. low, and te.mboat are not .Die to go op. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. 9M. Haase .qogr-nrad premium bam B a I l n..Y4i,xl ham. B a.. -in e Ttrled Beef- To .1 a .13 C paeld.re Sngar-cured BlwMuw Or rimuk-u Hide. 41 ft,. !4Se lrel P iroe leaf kettle rendor'd in but. r 74..I4HO rnme leoi Ket.HP mraw w ia arB w 1 Park-o I a-ws f bb' . '.i" rxtract'r a bb-. Mofxtra cbrtrr ra:e tor pkatr cartage to railroad ip.-ca w boat. Ail rticiHa. ajr wr r,t d atnctly prime, and equal to anything ta ' n ouste. uraers promptly aiiea. uar maw-curn nmmm bjiu kettle-rendcied Lard took the rtr-t pi emin-a at tbe lase udio nuM aair. uwm a r iiss. yTlT1-H MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF CLEVELAND. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED—May. 24. HrmrCftyof OleretaDd, UcKay, Oetroit. Btmr tjiee and, HallarBd, tirquett. . . , r.op uyaoosza nvera, natw. Prop Moudofa, Welch. Buffalo. Brig Bauinore, Brotbera, Kiogaton, 30 ton iron (ire. Bark L Lianalng Pr-na Chlcaro, 1A.3M bosh eorav 8chr nary Coi it no. Dixon, BuS-o. Hcbr J W aRrmnT, Heanu, Tetodo, J09 bDnhel wbA't. Scow 1.1 me Rock. Fai-gher. Fort ftcpe W J leet lnm- Iv-r, 30 M lath, 11 shingle Scow Couduolo, Peiow, Calnona Creek. CLEARED—May. 23. StmrClty of Oieveland. McKay. Oetroit. iHtiur Amity, Httinaer, (-hatbam roptuyianon brera.Jniiwa.uKea. . Prop Mt-tidota. W(ch, Chica.. PrNtnne Uibaon. LhiCsuro Prop nineral KocK, wiiiaon, Ontoaagon, 3M loaw coai. Prna Prifif. K-leT. B 'fito. 1050 able ftnnr- 0cbr A Bnckinghm( Toarc, Marqnttt, cur K-irvi. reuirM. fori- Bope (Vhr M'T Coiliuw. lfx a, Chiratro, 14 ton coal. Schr Odd Fellow, Murray, Montreal Hear L II i omnvB, Browu. Port Haroa. Scow Grmoviile. Ooun -lly, hoodeaa. at of lor the tor 1 . He . at W. WOOD WORTS. W. B. BUB. C. A. READ & CO. BANKERS, - - 95 Scmeior 8t, RecetTe irabiacTiptioti to the V. 8 HM) BOND, interetBttocommeareonda ol receipt of abeciiption We pay th- bigiitwt prinm (or GOLD, BlbVaii, (lANrVuA MONM.Y, and J-.upoo lntertwt on 0. 0. Bond AlsobayanJ 1. ill kinds ot U. . Bond. Uucu reit money b-.u 11 h weac rate mt dlaooaat. lit-nneataoipa -of '! W also boy and tl on Commiaion, All Kinds ef stocks and Bonds, At the Hew ic. k .-t3ck rxchanga, i Ae tMlt,tn,, Haikera. Tn7 1 Q-.-itr. M-'r trvf . 1 'l--iiB,n(1. O. fiUKSDAY. MAY 26th. 1864. Plated Ware, Watchea, Jewelry, tc AT ABCTIOS , " O. CD nan M Sob. O. Gutter A Eton will selloa Thunder. Hr 38 h. a their Auction Mcom. Hank stret. oommamclrj t 1 oVlock A. at., a stock of P ated Ware, wairhaa. iewelry . AC , conalsting of Tea -eta. Table, Deatert and Tea 8 loona. Cantors. Na kin Kin, Kniv-a, Gold aao Sllvfr Waicntsa, BrivCet-iis, get or Jeaelry, rpeciac e, wacn and C;ock naiertas m face, a Hi eraaJ aaaor mtnt, bln.i the uck ef a firm retir ing Ton baintM. It is all of the btst iQ-iir, and w- parchared for the ret-ui tiada. Jeweittr. fed dror a.d a t vbovuh to parcbaae will do well to at tndihs ale, as tt ia to be "old it bout any reaerrw whatT'-r. rw.-rfisi rtmb nt time of ale iniTH-IMf rno tne I Wrt jMeB OR8A.LE. Om Acbi Lai on Ktntiman treet,pp'iite Watr Cure arena rTppI ap36 Krwi EfitAte Aereot. JOB, SALE 10 1-2 Aoaxs or f i laud on nt. Clir Bod, lhr mile from thw (xurt Bun HMagxrd boose on r. &io, a ne lutot bearing Iruit tree, griape rlnea, Ac. Apely to . ap36 U Usa r a a a n noo. f T OT3 FOR SALE 135 FT.FiOirT ; I J on Snaetior St.. oonrtr of MoinoBj-8t. Alo 4 tab-lot lo, 17 and 1, being 41 feat front each, on as- : psTror-it., ejl ol muirson-o. amo is not iront . on Snii,i-S. , running baok to the BaJIroad track. b-mg laand on which a part of the Wood abed of tn Clvland, i Jolum bos A Cinonn-Ul Railroad stauHi. Aluo17 leet ) iDCrtaai iron, oa KttKapmim-o., mvmv )prni ce the new i ?tty ( onrt iiouae. TilNl A WALi. a tt nr via. vf er ror war's eHinir oi AaeuTAWT vjr a TanArr Omm, CWveuaod, u , nay la, 1H. pAVALBT H0RSE3 W A.N X JLixl, ' ( Vta rtniiaritrriMl wilt aar one handred --nd forty - ntallldM ia.llr.ni for ( AVtin UwflNI Ult Will f lospection until Inrtber noiice, at (io era men in ipection yard on Locgstreec, in rear of Fareat Cli hiocrt. r Uoreee preeented tor lnpMtlo-i moat be flfte' . I ande big-, (rem fl?e to nine yeara old, of dark cos. o ,aouud and in good hetltti - . r rr 1 BAQili U. nrAnuuiin, ( miT-l. 'it'iit p.11 g y METKOrOLLTAN GIFT BOOK STORED PsrMSMi'il E.oca- j AI so. no scr t".i08-iT.,cLinLAH, s SEND FOR A CAiALOaUE. All Books Sold at 1'tibliihers Fricct 4 ssrxi.laloaTi-. B .IM frw lo aay address. Bor rnnr Photograph Album at th. MetropoUtas t Bead for a Deeor.ptire (Jatalos;ae. Bum year Bbln n ,n, mttropenm BEND FOR A CATALOGUE, Bay year Prayers at tbe HetropoUUt BEND FOR A CATALOGUE. j 1 -abbbF ai.w.i ah. Mfkaar fair an avlM bI hOIB VOO TJBA ' wautand 1 will --snd yon thbeat tn the fit tot Ui pnoa auid a tiandaome Kin wun aswa. A HTFT WORTH FROM 60 CTU TO tW With Bach Book. SEND FOR A CATALOGUE. ata-AU eontmanloatloes should he address, a to. apr?.r? Wo lei iner1r- r . I lv.iitril. i OIL 0 ILI OIL1 OILI ALEXA5DES, SCOTIELD CO BCriHKBS or I Extra Petroleam Oil, Bsiaiole aa Hachiaerr 011a. j We pay pardon mr attention to packagea tbwe, anviog .nr customers much loss br leakage- -g.:,raulee our ou to gi.e petiact eatiafactMa ar an ood a. any made m tne city. Also, we pay pa. u: liar attaotton to potting up of t NAPTHA OR BENZOLE, suitable for Varnish M anrrfaotnrarp' and Palates ne . i 'n hand and for sale y 2,w bbl. extra refined retroleam Oil, t n bbl. Deoderiaed Benaole (equal to Tarpeecta.. l.i bbl. Bo. 1, Lobrtcating i-ll, i w. icb we .ell at loweet market priraja. rrica ion at. Olair ateet, formerly oeoapled f r'.i. O. pjoo0ld A 1.. ... ., . f I'SUiuimt,) (!IET ILASn, . aroriai.D, i . a .TH .w W11AOB aarlll. 1 HOICK 8AMPLE5-OF ' Mocha, Java Bio offee. 4 lao, every grade of White and Browa reogaaa loweet Barset pnewx. imj. mi. . we a. r1 IKAThKii DUtJ'Xxsilir ALL b I .1 rl. 4.J f"-" "" r