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37 C-h f ,HTii ! EFV A5YE8T1SEMEBT8. mi r "TO B'FT " "IiOST" boob Wis, lnurud twice In this eolnmn tor e.niCik". tins. 3S mu, fear tlma gOMiui (or ail w rora um,ui IM ex eeedina kiobt Ln, double above rate. V. ui , w if - w w - - - D- :i .A Cu.lnn.l I -.,.- i Rmiu n tik want. dTa ud the highest pric- paid by V. " - DIitD VV.., .fc, JUII ----- w nam . . .. wnnw I J uhTooPaatorScoville-t.aleather rum containing Eighteen P- her. end Sto-T-nw fnu In m ney a- d a P at Office key Tbe finder will be liberally rewanled by leaving the at Pr T-r-ty's.ise t CUT St. teW-ias WANTED A Good Colohed or Inrriii OM. to do the work of .""!' family. Good refs-r.ni i r-ouired peir -',B a-oviile STQ.ce, two doors.avt ol Hndo-i"- 1S7 ETNURS E W ANTE O Applt at hq.t rroepect pt.. aw- FIUKD-Last Evinwo. oh Cn-rm-8.lMbr.- KFT. which the owner cnhbyclliig.tthu.olllcenl peylBg (or tbU rtrrtlemfllt. KDJ-m TtrANTED -IMMEDIATELY W lUtTaemeretteo to Nph' ille, tn Captain . O. H. lyiK Urtment. 0. H. 1HA LfAT aa brD a home on a eno-t ln&Te f absence and will Bvtorn inafe daie, ant will take b.ck the above Buaverof men. I'v, 43 pvr month, rations and tran po-tatltQ furninhM for ftirther putlcnlara, aaqnire at in Kiuiman St. 'o'' l't T.0 LOST-A. SMALL BLACK If and TaS 8PAMKL. Had on eblue white tCTar. Ihe fl'iderwiU Iwreaanied by leaving him at 73 Mcrin-St. eM-lM . T HE ROOKWKLL PROPERTY, lylns b-t-een gnperio-. Bri. 8t .''"'"J Bire-ta. 1 n"w tor .!. Firttrma. apply to JO"" a awKa El. I.. No. 9 Pub.ic tanr'. f5 137 X?OR SAIE-A MAGNIFICBNT H B at Id in k Lot on KinsTn-8t 144 ftet by 6R) !., Kctti Drtot. 174 0aim-8t. U-IJA TTTANTKD A Pkotistabt Gibl f V to do kitchen work, ne that cos.ee well re oommendi. pplv at 16 Klnaman Street. Cle-elai-d, rebniarT td. le.t. "CR CAPE L0T.-L03T OX trina-n,t -t r-t. Kv t 'Ti TrTln street and w..rt..t T,i-.ri-v moniine. rbraarr 21. Ft'ti the m 0-.PJC which the flnd-rwi'l plea e return to '. Irrl f stri-4.t, and reoeive alibun.. revnl. FOH SALE-Tw. Etoby Houst and Lot S i t 3 Prry-3t , two mlnntee walk irum Kioimaa -St. KallruKl. O-od Burn, Fruit, do. forpirticu are, e onireonth-p euin-s. or of J c. Orannia. on PubllcSuare. Trm3-trothiri!rah; h-a.n nlfllhiw retra. tebZ-lis TTTAN TKD Br aGbstleman -.ior L.-rfl Tin ai her boriier-re Kept. AU- Sren Box. 2.i 7ASTSI A Pood Chambir- mtD wan rj ai t-u'i.ic pjib it-w.-iw 1 q F0R3'"- P OV. E'rt ENGIVB FO 't LE. Knni of B Boad-vortb, Cnio Iron Wo-kj, nr Jlorre l Bowers' f"ax thon. febMCT i H A. PEAL) & CO., JJAH3IB9, 95 " .- t-nwst . r- St . pJ the hUhrst i-re-ain-n. !: Co-rr-rc l:'."tie t :kosII.6. UoveraEunt iionCa, and Bui tird alt ti j- of Stocta aid Itoclot Com- aiH. " HOTTSE AND LOT FOR SALE. Sit-ft'ed oi HoDtinir n--f., nmr Garden, eoond tot irom co ne.: ( ol '0 feet ttoot .nd 15 feet lep r.'rnJff ORUiilT Ho'iae, to stori I, Cou-tatu'-n a-ur liiga rotjmi ; ul- clo;t. c , wl-h vodwo d ted acuced. Btj nd oth-ou'buiid-in od preiiii-9. i ri e, ;40, civs'i. For tr.rth- P.'ti"a a..e n -ireol Peter WaUtre, Qrdn-8:., or IlnntinBoii-.St. nmW-lSfi ATTANTSU T J RENT Asmll V btre .n Sapt-ri r.t , one wi'h ko d Hfflit. Ad-Tm, eivin tefi-e, 1-cat.on- fete, "S P stofH-e Tracer 46. jan2iJ: 36 T OST. On Sunday AprEoo P j tK tvTn tti-. Ansler ad Amt-riran House, I'ttcEtfl DW'bt U K'VI w . lii ,iiqvnu-i iirn-ft- V m...a.,.ir,tr lfwt. Ami 50. AdT Ai.eat-tt'roiniT the umi to the aWetvior oltce wilt L-e mtx-rally rcff ti-?d. ,an?5:136 BU-INtS3 FOii HA! E.-The Pmprlctorg .f an eeTabiithr-J Iitrht, eentftl fraeiaeT. -in iprior-St.,wiih t-. diapow it, 1 avin; .tur Im-iac- to at end. 1" c -nld ' e carri 4 on by a Lauy, cm tie tieum-.i and Lady. Ihe g od will, -n-tertnt and i-tock will be :e a than ne thousand dol la-s. Ihi stock n'.w being low. Address box S'-M, Llevilacd Post OSce lnl-u, T7N3TH K FOR BALE. A Sjioonb t V hard Knrlnt 'or s;!. esybt norw power, w ui Sf sold cheap for cast. Ap-i at tt Leader U-Sce. rCTICH3. H.AC8 AND B'SEa8.1 Orders promptly filled. Addresp G. W. CRO WELL M CO., an28;lol ill Snperior-St, Clereland, Ohio. Licensed TTar Gl&im Agent. Cetuoti Boarrlea, Pen-t.ns, Ba--k Par, Prize Konar avee-r-ersotia! Attention M liven to the proeecntloil Of (JlAU&a lr. U; iepaxtiaer; at aau:ue;Mi. AVA11 persons having Claims shonld apply fn per &, or ty letter, at onoe, and they will reoolve prompt attenuu. . W. OAGB. etit-Bn 1C Sttperior-P.t., Cievaianil, O. " Dr. Gibeon, Proressor of Modicin and BlectrorxithT, onrea obstinate casea of Dyspep sia, Raenmatiam, Bcroftila, eua!-i and ail aerroas dieasos, ana aiseaf.es ot ins r-rn-B, Throa. Heart. LtmM. Liver and Urinarr Or- frans, and other Cliromo diseases. Refereaee snven to many formidable cases cured in this city alter other physicians bad faiied. See advertise ment tn another oolama. Ofhce Ko. Bensca street. 0. 0. BECCE. lfCl!?l!BBCIAlM orrivKB Cununi, Ohio, I Waseiwoto-, D o. I Lyman's Blcvk, I 0. 44 Slatb Bt. Kaar the Oeurt flonse. We are authorised by Covemmenl to collect lbs 100 Beoatr do discharged soldiers j also, tbs widow, chd drea, and ri.btfnj beirs of all decoassd soldiers ; Also eosloas, to which every discharged soldier 0 was dis bledin the service, is entitled. Also, Pensions par sold era' widows, children, mothers or or phan sisters, as tbey are severally entitled tin der the law. Also, Bark far das discharged soldiers or resigned offcers, oTotrptly collected, or cashed. Also, Prize ffloaer. Money doe enlisted three months men; noney dne teamsters, and every other class of Chums growing oat of this or any other war. Wo also pay special attention to PATENTS. s Avoid nuim ud Patent Agreats whe giro sat 1 .licensed. Ws publish " Tbs Bouorat'g Fata,' a paper much interest to soldiers and their heirs. Begad us your name and stamp, and we will send a copy Iree , or twelve copies, one each month, tor 26 cents. Apply to oe is person or by letter, with stamp, cad your business sh-1 have prompt attention. Fees low, and no charge anlll after we bars ac OornrtUsned what we undertake. aepU c- 9- BBCCK. 1 1.ETKLAM1 WOOLK!" inlLLS. A. E. V. POPE, Bmpertritendep.tB, Hssrifitctarers and Dealers In all kinds of wrioi.K! ooods, Oonsifaris; of Flsin d Fancy Bosexi.fs. SATTI?n' , I'HiOJ, fi,.MrEIjr?, BLANKETS, ETO, IIC, i cwvJ socli mtsxt!y on hand, adapted to tbe Western Market. . .rEet pricos p'd for Wool and Pelts, in Cash or aanuiacturea trooua. Oftce and Salesrooms, KO. M WATES 8TEEET, CLEVELAND, O, - i a m m a ss I E EWINS W WHINE WTILLOOX &il I BBS f i a l is-- owtrivo a STJTEK10B ST., K 3S OlIvaTJ .. NO HOME COMPLETE W ITH ocr it. It ass received the Gold and Sliver Medals Slid the. Viral Premium, all over tt'e country, this year. Is In u in ma''V thousaud homes in ihia oonntry and arope. Very riinipiw Noiaele.8, and never gets ont of order. Price, with Hemmer, Braider and FaUar, 3. Ton are invited to call and see tt. ans-H" J K. SHIPHKBD. Awnt. BEADTRLMMINGS-A8?lind .aetasU A. 8. MHWU4, JTES CLEVELAND BREWERY, Canai-st., Cleveland, u. Oeastaatb oa Bud-for 01 ty ud Ixport Use, II, III, P-lf, Amber nd Cmm He, Porter and Brown Stout. aeT-Partlonlar attention li oalled to By Btoek ol FHKoENT CSI AHD CBEAM ALU, a vound and reliable article, of which on always be fraud od hand dnrin th. wannest weather in Bum mer. Ord.ra addressed to F. D. BTONB, A vent, WM receive prompt attention. aogAt MORNING LEADER. SATURDAY mORNIIIO. FEB. 1-M4. TRAVELER'S REGISTER. DKPA&1CBBB. T.U. l:e r S:N tu tM Mi Lake Bbora, aet).M Atlantic A Great Wr-tenu. 9-60 Pitt bare h A W heeliM--, Oolnmbua. 7:40 Toledo. 7:60 1M HaboDtnc and iountowu. 7:1 OoaseaTit and ri Aocom' Banduefcy J ARBITALS. MB (:U0 ton 2:4S Ctake Sbore, (Vast) . Atlantic A Great Vfwter IMttabcrnh A Wheeling... B M um bua - 9:35 Toledo . : Kahonlne and I oungwiow n. w.sa ('ODoeaut and Erie Accon'D-..l0:l Bandnakr . 9M wr-0.t.ne wish In convBTanoe to Btther of tne above Traiius or Boau, will be called fur by Ooachea oi PtereiiE' Umnihui Line, by tearing their add t tbe Omnfbue Office. 147 Bupfeiior-6u, Dart door to toe jc"it nru'f. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 0. A. Bead A Co Cleveland and Cohunbas I took Wanted. Thomas Webster Free Military BckooL (& Kathaniel Mayfair Confessions, go. Toonglove, TeWitt A Co Partnership Kotlos. A. A O. Bettberg Cotton Hosiery. H. F. Brayton Insnranos S la lament. Lost A Leather Puree. Wanted A Girl. Spiritual Hall-Locil Notlee. First Ward Local Notice. CITY NEWS. Tax Books will oleso MonJ&y, Febrcary 8to, 1864. H. 8. Whittlisit, CouDty Tresiurer. jsnZSS' CommoR Picas Cobbt. Th FebrT iTy term of the Common Picas Court of Cuyano r County eommences on Monday next. Cccsteepiit. Look oat for counterfeit Fires on the Fort Elwards' Bank, New York. They are becoming nnmeross in the city. eoATTBaiHS Orr. The Depot waa fillei. al! day yesterday, with soldiers of the 41st, 19:h, and 25th regiments, who hare rsoeired th:rty-dsy furloughs, and are going host for a month of happy vlsltirg. Died r sou his I.uuaiss. Freight Con daotor William Boyd, whose injuries, re eeired in falling from h-s train near New London, on the C. & C. R. B., we hare al ready noted, died from their effect yesterday momlag. Hit faneral will be attended to- Usitkd States Telcokapb Cohpaxt. The line of this energatio and enterprising Oftnpany was o sned on Tuesday, the 2d in' stant, from Buffilo eastward. The Manager at Buffalo telegraph! here that "both wirsg are working tip-top to New Tork and doing a good bntiness." Eluwobtb Z3CAVE3. This celebrated regiment passed through Clereland yester day evening, en runte for Chicago, baring re enlitted as veterans. They arrived from the Eiston the Lake Shore Express and left on the Toledo train. They are under command of Colonel Brand and number 175 men. GocoH Cojfisa. This popular orator will deliver his great leolnre on " Eioqaenoo and Orators," at the Euclid street Preeby ttrian Chnrch.on Tuesday 'evening next, Tho sale of reierred seats oommences to-day at Baker's Superior street News Depot. The announcement of the speaker and tho gab jeot will crowd the house. Eabkiugs. The net earnings of the To ledo A Wabash Eailway for the last week in January compare with those for the same time last year, as follows : 18M. 1884. Passengers ..J7,315 60 .10,780.50 Freigat.... ,134.0t 13,216.13 Total Increase.. t2,t47.C4. ,33,9711.63 ExooBD W aid. This ward has filled its quota under the call for Three Hundred Thou sand men. A meeting will be held this ere niag, to decide whether the quota for Fire Hundred Thoussnd mors, shall bo likewise raised. Let every royal oltisen of the ward bo present, at Court Boom No. 1, at half-past seven o'clock. A Baud Qomo Home. Clarke's Band, of Boston, long attached to the 33d Massachu setts, pissed through. Clereland this af ternoon, on their way to their homes in Mas sachusetts. They are an excellent band, as Was orideneed by their splendid playing as tbs train entered the depot. Tho band comes direotiy from Chateanooga, and goeahome on recruiting service, it was dined at Wheeler t Russell's Depot Dining Hall. The Bixtt-secoid. The 62d Ohio, saw ing re-enlisted as veterans, passed tbroagk our olty yesterday morning, on their way to Camp Chase, where they will receive, thirty day furloughs- They are from For t Royal, and arrived by special train on tho Lake Shore Road, about ten yesterday morning, leaving about halt an hour after on a speolal train for Columns. Colonel Pond is In com' mind of the regiment, which, numbers about 350 men. The C.C. & C. R. R. asd 8oldims' Fa hi LIES IB RlCHLASD CoUElT. 'CoO C. C. at C R. R. bars donated to tho soldiers' families of Riohland county the earn of $54. SO. like sum will be forwarded in October next, making a total of 51,091 20 donated by the road to the oounty- during the onrrent year. This is but ear rying out the recent vote of the company d onating $10,000 to the use of soldiers' famil jes livicg in counties through which the ro ad runs. PAoif ott ,os ia Ohio Reoibbsts. From a list of r icent promotions in Ohio regiments, which wo and in the 0 aio State Journal, we extract tbs following in Northern Ohio regi men-: 1st Lieute-aant Robert C. Taggart, Captain 104th inf intry ; 2d Lieutenant Wm F. Kendall, Is', Lientenant 104th infantry 2d Lisntena-at Shepherd M. Knapp.lst Lisa- tenant loitn infantry ; Msjor Isaae R. Sher waod, i-ntenant-Oolonel 111th Infantry cPt'.in Thomas C. Norris, Msjer 111th In far ay. Mobdek i Abhlabd Couxtt. The Ajhland Times of this week, states that young: man named Alfred Desem was shot at Pyfer'g School Bouse, sear Ashland, by Oeorf :a W. Losgfeit, and killed instantly, No particulars are given. The murderer wae the school teacher of the distriot, and still at largo, having left immediately on the eons mission of the deed. His parents reside in Leaver County, Pennsylvania. He is de scribed as about Sve feet six Inches high, weighing about one hundred and sixty pounds, with dark curly hair, and black eyes, bout nineteen years old. Has soth Itat and cap with him, and wears a grey shawL Applications for Exemption oa raeeeant of A Menace, la tke Elghteeatk roagrrosaieaw al Dlorrtet. Ws published some weeks ago a list of sp- plioasts for oxsmption la this D is trio t by reason of alienage. The tollowitg l a sup- ementaxy and additional list : SUMMIT COUNTY. oovsHTaT Towisnir. Qeorge Bueterlin, Jacob Suetarlin. saiwxi.ni towisnir. Charles Dants, Mathiaa Hober, Darid Evans, William Arr. Charles Kllmach, nomas alerbert, bcdsox Towasmr. William Lighten. aionrrxLs townsHir. George Melrs. Samuel Metre. 'rearaai towssbit. James Olennaa, James H. Bruat, Morns liun, viinora l aontson. Philips Antes. QBSBB SOWSSBir. Prank Salter. BATB TowrsBtr. Edwin H. Davis, IDDLlBTBr T0WW8HIP. William H. Grorer. sraisonxu rowssirp. Peter Grain. LAKE COUNTY, rauissTiua towbsbip. William Murray. Robert Millar, James Flynn. wiuorsHST TOWHsair. John Crotty. axMToa Towxsair. Benjamia Eaghea, John Sweeny. BADiBon towasBir. William B errant. CUAHOOA COUNTY. Bast curaura Towasarr. Carl Shurts, Frederick gchlenfieldt. Patrick Watson, rreaenca meyer, Choliet Schleif, Charles Hoppe, ttonert jooli. saoosj.ru TowggBir. ITendneb Janson. HenrT Miller, Christopher Shilderoth Henry Uartmaa. John 0. Bohr. sasreaB Towssair. David Windrops. waaasasmts towksbi'. Alexander Wilkinson, Patrick MoDonongn. lasBraasBHca towssbit. William R. Dysen, IDDLSBTBtB TCWKSBrP James McDermott, Louis Shleif. SOTIB TOWBSBIr. Martin Oriffln OSAIOt TOW BIT. John Marx, William Ridge. BBWSUBQ TOWXSHtr. William Holmes, John Conroy. iiaciel Cougblin. rasvA TownErr, John Hoebin. CLr-VcLAM;. nasT waap Henry Lammeman, John Clegg, William Cramer, Jamec Moriarty, Conrad Sleigerwald, John uarK. SICOSD WABJ. Theodore Bedelia, Frederick Wilker. TBIID WAI. Meredith Johnston, John M. Mclntjre, John Holch, George Reed, William Uunn, Lawrence Hurley. rocalB waid. Louis Shoppinhauer, Charles Quale. tittb wall. Henry Broker, James Dorsey, Frederick Haerehleo, Peter DatirennoCor, Peter ftlehn, Augustus Hot?, William Bill, Lewis Ciodus, gamuel Weinberg. SIXTH WAID, Phi 1 leys Hchart. Adam Roth enbucher, Charles Stan), "William J. Thompson, William Johuson, Charles Wclsic, James Collacot, .Frederick Walinen. iivnTB waid. Henrv Oasendorf. "f)?in Schnell. rranxttotn, vutenuns n aaumaiaj Theodore urieae. iioitb waan. John Taney. HTH WASO. Gerhard Borpper, Henry Russmsn, Patrick Rowley, William B. Colbeck s&iyiite waxd. Christian Sell, William Pearce. Names of persons that do not give the Ward, or Township, in w hlch they live, and who can not be examinod until they do so. Levi H. Cowan. Thomas Berg, Charles Hoppe, Robert Eli, Austin Stanton. Michael Grifiin, Julius A, Spencer, J. F. Miller, L. Rathbrook, J B. La Fontaln, Thomas 8outham. J. P. Moore, . It. bcovill. Nelson Savard. Pbiiip Jacob Frisl t. Albert R. Kittermsxter, Tei renoe McFarlan. DlSTXEBABO! J BeTWEE SoLDIXBS ABO Polios. About t tve o'oloek yesterday after noon a distal oaneo oconrred on Superior street, betwesc a tbe police force and some soldiers of thi 20th Ohio Infantry, which can ted a tempt irary but Intense excitement among onr eitii ens. The foots of the case are these : So me soldiers of the 20th, eon eiderably nsdei - the influenoe cf liquor, were passing down. Superior street, in front of the Weddell, mt.kingmuoh noise and using pro fane and ol isce ie language, when an officer of onr city polloe endeavored to arrest the ring-leader. At this the others interfered and a stru. gla ensued, in whioh the police officer was . worsted and obliged to haul off and seek assistance. Meantime a crowd had gathei-ed, and the axcitement ran high. The police officer, having seemed tbe assis tance of t o or three ether polioemen and few tram sn, again made an attack on the party of soldiers, who by this time had cross ed the street and were in front of L. T. and Burgsss' blook. Resistance was agal made and a straggle essned, which resulted in the arrest of five of tho i.tldiors, among them a Lieutenant, and their lodgment in tho eity prison. The Lieutenant was subse quently bai'.sd oat. Excitew ent ran high for a time and many very sang Binary throats were made by the friends o f the arrested soldiers, bnt wiser an calmer counsels prevailed and no further trouble is to be apprehended. Many oltiseni blame the police for their oondaot in tho af fair, bat the soldiers were oortalnly deserv ing of arrest for drunkenness a.ld disturb anoe, and the attempt to resist the cinders of the law, because the offeader whom tbey seek to arrest wears a uniform, is one which oar manioipal authorities cannot and must not tolerate. Police Cocbt Feusbaet 6. latoxle- tioo t Thomas Brown, William Sanders, San iel Brown, Thomas Wild, Isbi Roberts and Hike Welob, each Jl and eosU. Keeping House erf Ill-fame: Henrietta M a len, $50 and costs. Residing in samo: Mary Wilcox, Cora B sll and Ida Wallaee, each $10 and costs. Visiting same ; Elisabeth Lester, Derillo Kelson, Harry M oBride, George Frsser, each $10 and costs. Vagrancy : Bridget Madison, case aolteaT. Attempt to Pass Counterfeit Money : John Wade, case eontiaosd. Robbery: John MoDermott and Thomas Donald, ease continued. Assault and Battery : Felix Darrsgh, ease continued; R. W. Swift, $5 and cost". Violating Water Ordinance i 8. Fox, and eosts. - Resisting Officer : James Wilson,-Thomas Watson, discharged ; J oseph Fergus,. J antes B. Brows, each $5 and eosts. The Ladies to the Oiticeba. The la dies of Sandusky gave a grand party to the army officers bow in that oity.on Wednesday evening. Their hall was splendidly desola ted with a fine display of Sags, evergreens, Ac. Everything was gotten up is a style re Sooting eqnal credit upon the ladles, and the guests of the evening. A Sao inpper, ele gantly arranged, with the etceteras f a so cial reunion, rounded the hours of the eve ning pleasantly for all concerned. 6a says the Register. Rial Estate Taaisfxes. The follow- log transfers of real estate have been entered en the records of this oonnty daring the past week t Mary 0. Iddings to Sophia T. Hall, 100 feet front on the south side of Euclid street, near Hudson, by 205 feet deep; consideration $13,174. B-Tohn Shutthelm to Christian Frank, '.60 feet front on Perry Street, near Garden street, by 182 feet deep ; consideration zi,bo9. A. E. Dehler to Catherine Eoehler, 10 feet front on Sooville street by 64 feet 8 Inches deep i consideration $800. A. L. MoCardy to Charles W. Gray, 10 feat front on Pittsburgh street, near Perry, by 05 feet deep to an alley ; consideration $800. Joseph Staffer to Frank Schaster, 27 acres of land in Dover ; eonsideration $1,000. Merwin Fowler to Thomas Doncaster, 30 feet front on Greenwood street, near Kins- mn, by 128 feet deep to an alley ; conside ration $900. Legislative Cobbittbis ib Towa. The Honse and Senate Committees of the Ohio Legislature on Benevolent Institutions ars in town, and stopping at the Weddell House. The Senate Committee arrived on the afternoon, and the House Committee on the evening train from Columbus yesterday, They leave on the Pittsburgh train this morn ing to visit the Northern Ohio Insane Asylum at Newbnrgh, and will return in the after neon. The names of the gentlemen composing the Committees are as follows : House Committee A. Everett, John H. Glenn, John Johnson, A. D. Hamson, O. Waters, S. H. White, 0. H. Spahl, 8. E. M. Eneeland, 0. H. Babccck. Senate Committee. James C. Devin, A. G McBnraey, Wm. Stanton, J. D. O'Connor, James Loudon. East Cletelabd Sabitabt Festival. A festival for the benefit of tho Sanitary Commission was held at the Wright House in East Cleveland, on Thnrsday evening last. The proprietor of the hotel generonsly threw open his rooms and cooking-apparatus to tbe nseof the Committee, and the ladies of onr patriotic suburb, with their aooustcmed promptitude ar.d liberality, took the matter in hssd and got up a spiesdid supper on very short Eot'oo. The entertainment wag an entire susoers, both finanoiaily and socially, so much go indeed that another gathering of the same sort will soon come off at the Jackson House, the proprietor having made the same generous offer that was made by the landlord of the Wright Honse. East Cleveland is always "up to tbe mark." Card of Thanks. JSikbtsixth Ohio Vetiram ihfastrt, 1 Camp Cleveland, February 5, lSol f At a meeting, of the officers of tho 19th Reg I pic at Ohi Veteran Infantry, on motion It was Resolved, That the th&nkfl of the officers and enlisted men of the 19.h Regiment Onio Volunteer Infantry are daft, and gratefully rendered, to the cititem of Clereland for their hearty we tome ana kind reception cn the evening of the 3d instant. Their gener ous action is a continuance cf many past favors shown us through the medium of tbe Ladies Soldiers' Aid Society, the efficient as sistance from whioh has so often cheered us C. F. MANDERSON, Colonel 19th 0. V. I , Chairman. Philip Reeft, Adjutant 19th 0. V. I , Secretary, YALENTINK. VALENTINES I VALENTINES Of every style and price, from one eent to ten dollars, for sale wholesale and retail at Baker's News Rooms, 2,9 Superior Street, and Hoffman's Block, sear the Postoffiee. jan 23 FEBB.UA It V MAGAZINES Godey, Peterson. Atlantic and Continental Magaiines for February, for sale at Baker's, 259 Superior Street. jac23 ON TITJE. A11 the Daily and Weekly Papers are now g eeived on time at Bakers, 259 Superior treet. janw. WAIVTED! Fractional Certmcxte. f . C. & C. Stock HIGHEST PB1CI PAID TOR GOLD, SILVER, U. 8. 125TST. COUPONS Canada Money, bt . B. HALE. Bahkbb, 111 Baperior-St. fgrAgent for the purchase and sale of Government Bondo- STlTiicarTeiit Funds converted At Low est Rates, febl $5 LOCAL NOTICES. At Spiritual Hall, 181 Snperior street, Bndion Tattle, author cf " Aroana of Na tare," and other works, will speak Sunday, morning and evening, at the usual boars. Subjoot.in the morning, " Heaven and Hell;" in the evening, " Man and his Relations." The usual conference will be held at two o'oloek ia the evening. fsbo.138 Theeb wiU be a meeting of the First Ward Association In aid of the draft, this evening at 7 o'oloek at the engine honseon Champlain street. The members are requested to attend. febS:13S To Babbees. Wastes A hand at 46 Pnblio Square. first rate feb5:130 Yalebtibes. A large assortment at wholesale and retail, cheap, at Hawks' News Depot, 225 Superior street. feb4:13t The place to bay your reading matter and subscribe for your papers is at A. J. Hawks' News Boom, 225 Superior street. febo:13S Cbbateb tsab thi Cheapest. Now is the time to buy Boots and Shoes at tho Oreat Bankrupt Sale at 103 Superior street, near Water street. The stook oomprlses all the latest styles, and must be sold without regard to eost, for the benefit of oreditors. Go im mediately and secure the great bargains whioh they offer. The sale will positively last but a few days longer. feb4:138 Wasted to Rest. On the first of April next, a dwelling house within the limits of Erie end Huron streets. Address drawer 81 Poatcffise. feb4:137 Fob 8ali. Iwo houses and lot on Ore gon street, No. 77, one two story, and one one story frame house, is good repair. Ia sored for $800 and rent-EE for $12 per month. For farther particulars inquire at yioona Street, ui w.w. i uoumu.. feb3:138. Thi beet pl&oe to bny Pianos and Melo- dooss is at Sanford k Co.'s, 164 Superior street Call and satisfy yourselves that tnis Is no idle boast. Mathews, the tuner, makes nil headquarters there. jan Z7:ld Fob Coughs, Colds, and Toothache, Porter's Cure of Pain. We have tried fnuinent'v. and found it an excellent and reliable antidote in all eases. TrvmlnM Dew 9raU Bold by all druggists. Price J5cts. W. L. Postee, Proprietor, nov2:RI Cleveland, Ohio. SsrwTwo Maohibes Fob Bam. Fonr Wtiaalar k Wilson and Grorer A Baker Sew ing Machines, perfectly new, for sale cheap for cash. Apply at the Leasee counting room. Pebtistbt Dp. B. F. Robinson, office 81 Wood street. All kinds of surgioal and mechanical dentistry done, is tho best man ner and at a low price. declRJT Hon Manufacture Parson'- Inimita ble Campaoraled Doatitriee. eept2-Rl COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL. COMMERCIAL. CLEVELAND MARKET. OBRtwa TjBA DBB"OFTlCEs FaiDAi Evinie, Jebruarj ft, 1S6B. i Flour Sales 90 bush red wheat double extra at 08,10. Wheat-Sales 1 ear led oa track at II. X and 1 ear white at SI ,33. Oora-Very unlet. In tbs absence of sales ws quote itat SI ,0181,01. Oats Quotable at 73e on track. Barley-Quiet at ll.2r3l.3B. Rye Firm at SI ,30. BlaTkwlaao-Small sales at Ms. Seeds Clover remains Arm at 7.30 and Timothy ats.so. Boner Tales choice In a small way at Bo to 150 Cheese Sales at ISMc. Ebbs Very ecaree and quotable at 329t3e. Lard Small sales country rendered atl3o. Smoked Meats City sugar-cured bams are sel ling at S13o, and shoulders at 9o. D.ied beef la sell ing at 13c. Frolt Dried apples are firm at SHc, some holders Baking 9c. Peeled peaches are In demand at xs325c, uupeeled at Ilttl2c. Pork-Steady at 30,00 for bum and S23.00 for clear. Salt-celling at S3.00 for fine and 2,09 for ooaree. CHICAGO MARKET—Feb. 5 Special to the Cleveland Iiasis. Keeelpte-Hogi, J.ll J dressed and 1.JI5 live. Dressed Hosa -Steady at S7,00S7,10 for light 7,50SX8,00 for light. Live Hose-Steady and active, (ales at SS,M9 7 00 gross. Bool fautle Tina. Sales at 01,11), AS ,23 groea ProTlalooa Firmer. Lard dulL Sales of conn try mess pork at S1S,G911,S0 ; Balk shoulders 7a 97H ; bn k hams at KK ; Cnaberlands S)4c ; pick led bams In tierces at 10; lard 11 Ho. Whisky 2o lowlier. Sales at S3, oloalag dull with no borers at soest. Wheal Ho higher Sales Ho 1 at Sl,i7H$l,lS. and No 2 at sl,l0wsl,UX. Cera Sales of old arosJUtfo ; new Is held at 82S 91c. OatsSales at ssgSJJto. Ktb Sl,03. Barler-tl.U. NEW YORK MARKET—Feb. 5. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CettoB WarVet heary and drooplnf. Ealaa at 84 for middling uplands. Floor Calit. H ilea Ma -((.-7.00 for exrra State Iflri-ie price for infe rior ; St. '.. 7,W) for common to medlnm xtra wfM ern; 97.3.? 65 ffor extrm rotrnd hooped Onio; 9.ft9,i for ird br-td. Market c.oe,ing very dun. Wblalrva-arket anlat. Ealea at 9Q2C93C for state and weetern Vr heat market opened anlet at about sreTiout pricfe. fcaienat$l,ft.V9lr59 for Chicago Spring: 1.W1. for MilwKUrT G u ; ei.Mi,M for Amber M ilau kee; I.Mci.tq fur Winter rd Wee tern nd t!.7'a for Amber lichlA-a and Mi lor Wtuu ilichi- gan. . ye nTT Itarley-Qulet 4 :orn 8hade firmer with fair demand . Palei 11.29 132 lor Shl.piDjr Mixed wftt-ru In ator. in ihe rfgar ay. lAcaaiDg "pecutatora taa entera fte m.irkfrDd bought ityi.iHU bush at pricie rtDKing fr m I.Z& to 1 4fl, pArt cht i-day and oaiaace witbiu ten dtaytt. At thU nieiff the oyr-retur- became (-r-fMlly excised r d dlrt')eed The fenib!vMl oierchanfi aeail.n( rert-in partne L-y Dam- and deflr-d ihe h Ie iiy of merchnntaon print. lp e and on prin cfp e was pot on the tl-or nta Opened a;ade firmer but cloeed dull at Svfc?i for Wceiern. W eel-Ac Ire and flrm. Pales domestic flwe at T742; polled 750; African 337 ) dumeetie fleece 7u48 Petrolenm I Firm. Palea at 33 for crude; 47Hc i,r rennea in tv na ; .vJt.--i r-r renoea free. Farlc Market a'tlet and cnrrhi)tfd. Ba! at 19tHxi:i9,L2 for old mma ; ei.ma.no fof rew do ; i6,'VM,uu lr old .prime ; ao,uoa,i9 for prime men Iterf Quiet. Fair demand. Prime .Urea Beef (iiiat and unchanged. C'ct iHcata Firmtr. caleeat H for alio alder and IlitfbU forhamtf. Baron Mdee fc irrn. I.areaerd Hoti-Lcn act Ire and firmer. Ealoa atvs'-c lor Vrbniern. i-rd-Dill and hfavr. Rial4 at lft4i3c. cindtGVTery cbol.e at 13 c, ud amall aa:ea rery cnoice oity at Uo Kucter-iiriu. Sales at 22aJ7 lor Ohio ; 23aI3 for State. vL'lieeee ActiTa. Sales at 1417 for esmmon to prime., : Prenttae' Pravia-vte jnarket K- Tiit fo'lowine are the rtea ehanred br then name HEgexnred precxlum iiama, X . WM.13So Ilr'.ed Betil 4 !!..... ..-..-.... o Nhoufdera tar-curwl at p...Tl. He tUiren -4-r Smoked Sides I - He Laurd trlme leaf, kettle-reud'ed In bbia ? B..13o Friine leaf, kettle rendered in kegt ft-. 133 Perk No. i meat "... 41 a.trac.eaj bb! ............2,"0 ST No extra charge made for pckagefl or cartage to railroad dpoto or boats. All art idee are warract ed f tnctly prime, and equal to anythicg in the M'uste. Orders promptly filled. Our suitar .cured Hams and kettlrendered Laid took tbe trnt premium at lve late uaio btaie satr. hubh t intn ( iHCi boa. 14., 144 and 14e OnUrionit.. Cleveland. jcuy:ini MOVEMENTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN. Daily Receipts. The following statement shows the dally receipts ot floor and wheat at the undermentioned places on January 30 moer. Wheat, BDI4. VU. Rew York Cincinnati 297 773 1 46600 Cnfcago. .... 783 Milwaukee, Detroit .... Toledo . . 3i . 921 BoCala., Weekly Receipts. The following statement thesis the weekly receipts ef flour and wheat at tbs ua4ermentlontd.lmke ports on Jaouary 1): Flour, Wheat, bo. ou. To.edo...... Ulevelandw Petrol t ........ 9lilwmukoeu Oblcago. PreTiousweek . 1745 H 40 issm . 7315 KKA ..ll&o IS77Vt Receipts at Toledo. The receipts of Flour, Wheat, and Corn, at Toledo oa T huraday hut, ware as follows FlOUr, bb IS. , . . . so s s HOQSa s ss Bps.. 70 Wheat1 bush.. , 6690 wrn, bnslt.. vats, Dusn.t Receipts Park and Beef at Toledo. The receipts sf Pork, Beef and Lire Stock at Tole do Tubrsday were Fork, bbls ., - M He-f, bbls.w Cattle cars . Hosrm. scars.. Dresp H. gs, -e. FINANCIAL. N. Y. MONEY MARKET—Feb 5 [BY TELEGRAPH.] neneyataxket Easier per cent. rteerlins KxekaaA Market teiet. it;- d:rtM-OnI.t. rnenM! at S7A. advanced to MM Mri nl.MAd dull at 5:7. a. Yer(iReBl Bieeaar laaraei nrus wnn uir demand! United States Hxes of eoupons 10T United Stales Sixes of IBS, registered S--n.Tritrt- TrHirart NotM lli7Hi.ltB One year OtrtiflcjAtAsa - 9&H United Btatos Mixes Five lwenties........,-...lt)- State f"tOvke Tenne see oixes.... N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Feb. 5. N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Feb. 5. [BY TELEGRAPH.] teke-B-tter. New Tork Centi Erie.., Hndton.. -.144 V ariem - ItHcois Central scrip,........ Galena and Chicago . Chicnfro and her Is?anrt - -.. Alton and Terre Haute.-- Chichgo and iltoa Pittsburg, Ft. Vw vne and onicago-, Cleyoland and Toteao..-......-...... -lH-. 64 83 ... t8S ..1W 11791 Kai1Siig.., Michigan tJtral. Michigan rnthern-. Arte preierrea.. tjtsTeiand and i! tub org... mll4 Philadelphia Bank Statement. Tbe follewicg Is tbe itat e men t of the Philadelphia batiks, made up to Monday last : raoital stock Jlf,3M,tMA Loans and dico nts..M Specie 4,1M,U Iu trom oilier oacaa.. lue to o.her bank 3.8-1. lep..iire... ,32.(r27.5"0 2,054,000 FOR SALE. rESIBABLR RESIDENCE FOR I f SALE Any one in want of a Homestead will etna.lt tnoTamiaAth- BmlNs NO 375 Kinma- tit. House in good ret , has all modern improve- ments or as. we" , rurnaw, c. -' e-. -100 feet front oa Klmm and Oraci alH"m HUU V: ..,r--oie , v - v . , -Sts : 330 et deep. . .i i i.n,u ..nniil wt-h 11 kinds of Fruit an Shrubbery. The residence is in an old settled aud good neighborhood and will be sold at a Birnin. For terms, Ac, apply to w. fck.i TT and 79 Merwln-Bt STATEMENT. 0 E. f. BBtII0J,igent,6 AtwAtcr Bl'k STATEMENT nr v. MmrtlHnn of (he WA8HISGT09 T5T8T7II- ANCB COSIPftNT, 00 theSietdarof Decettbsr 1S6S, made to the Auditor of unto, purnant to the Buc na..f that tlfitA aantitlsvi ' An Ct 1Q rs?Elate la- nraacetxmpabtee not tncorpeiated by thebtata of Ohio," paid April 8, 146. NAM! ADD L0CATE05. rujT-The name of the Cempanr l Tho Waehlnr- tott insorance company, ana ia locaiea i Olty ot Hew Tork. I. CAPITAL. BiBTBThea-i't of ita Capital Mock la t40QvOC00t TllUU The amount of 1U OapiCai Htock paia ap, u - ..so. m.vv w roVBTR II. A3PET& L Cwh of tbe Company on hard 10 9767 : in Back H8,W. -ae'SU f, (Jaith In the hand ana Cue from Agent. .KT 8t . Beal re t ate ODlncnmbered. 3aUii i 4. TheBoneiand Socki owned by the tympany aa pr toachera a- comp. nyin how seccred, and the rata ot i.t.reat thereon , to wit : Par Market Talue. Value. lat. 10 U. 9. Bor ds 6 1) e ot si, irgii ereo $ 10,000 10,801 2d. l'O U. Bonde tf fliotflevc'a-.o'p'n ioo.(M los.tvo Sd. 1-i U. S Bond of iOnOeach 6 ic5 JO 12.CU0 It.lM 4th. '3 U. Bouda of vuhki eacn iJiuii Autea. . 115 0 0 129,000 T 1 BMi and Stocks... 137,'. (0 A Pebe dne the Compuiy. iKiiren by mongaee, on naiuenmbered Beal at late, nrtt LUn valued at 9C9,V..-I32,i4& 60 DebtietherwiMMCnredaaperTonch er accompany iDg, tu: Far l"arktt Amonnt Tal. Talui. Lo-ned. Etorka and Bondi . . Tot si amount oined ou abare.... 40.100 00 T. IVrjlifur Piemi!iTrs... ll.ic.144 a ail oiher sLcutititi. nr D rty and olalmi S5jm 96 Total Assets of thsCoanpany... III. LIkBILlTlSi. Firra The amr-no' of LiablMtVs, due ernes in-, to FraDfcaand otnr tjreai Heme iXTn ' .ossesa-jae'ed a--d due. IS one SiYXfTH Loeeatlj itted atud not dne r-ooe Kl HTJa S-OsBee UUaVJJ i'J. -!' V ... t 1 nmm in .iiggpiaa. Wttlllfl' for TUT- tner proo , reiia vj Lttj yu.... ,wu w Tijcth -Ail other claim atfalnit the t,. 7,7; i6 Total UablHUet .J13.83J 76 IT. MISOKLLAN sous. KtxvrxTH The jreateet amonut lnsurt-d la fvom t20 Ot"ito3ti.OOU u-ual y ...S 10, COO 00 TwxtFTH -The 8rejt-et iinoam ai:owea oy tberu:efl.o uaiuitu.c - su , tftwnor wilairr.d'FCietiary TuiaTHNTH The (ireareptt amount aro'aa u tte iniiurea iu auy uum aiu.av, ui- cetlora-y. .... ... FouBTiETn The mnctor is raetai or :.ro 1 Qk' ut-p I'.uii. 11 " '" -'-saseccr!:? tT locate ' triat nao leg th m, wih thm airouut i-i canh, and w!te hr such '"t-moar y traaeac s ay bviiiieeOa' insurance in sid -itat or fctatw...-.....-.----"---" - Foae Fitteentu ThH fmrter, or a-1 or '.tcorpo- railOD I I tMlU 'UlfUA., II - a ABArvlll- ber. l&V). STATKOr Nr-W TOnK,sa C'ou-tycf SewYorn. J" nnT u-HTr... Tte" PrwIriAni n Wm K Lo- THaor, -tcrw'arv.oi t e VYa-niniion iiiiaraLoo vwai lanv hta-t a vm:i iwirn. aeoow an ' sar, iaii at tn-irt i.trlal- It. true B1 o- r tc. s:a:ea.entor aCatreot thecaid l-urance U- mpaty, that tbe sal. onuanct i.:ompany w me n -t-a n :e wiKroiw i Jte baciird .'.n jcmuid D not actual ceh capi tal In Ped iu Sto ks and H- nd, or tn Ior'Ka(Trjj en - i iro-ifftctvl : tha' t e above ile.CsltMn invet m'nto, noraiiy eatt terenf, are md for tre b- ntlii ,u I7.aiaul XT5ic-iiief iimw i J in ica u.uu- aseuietot iaii ikuxipviy. eiiheras frt-tilJent, the- v-tstrv. TiM-dnrfir. Diftcftr. or otherwise : Ih-tt tt m jrtrei ab-To Qts.nned hae uo: len a'lisn d, n.inn r.- in n near m:niii-n or ituds rni uytaiu v.1 m nanv : and tlia they are thtabo.e dflocuoea fflcaTS of 'aid loeuran-e ' -ii'pan. Aid lley further dc- pcee that the am-' unt 'umi-c io Lur.-. re oi i no u. m D tor onkUde aud Mot gag en. Sun -4 and BoLd-, Is W M. K. LOIHROP, rc y. ice r.eimauw Subcr'bed and swtrn bofcre m, this ?2d dy of J- ua-y, I6e4. i in-v ft. ' Hi-i.u. lu s.j Notary Public OrWCl Of TBI ACDiTOa OF tTATB. 0- inoibaa, January J6. 1: oi. ) Tt fi hrfb- ce-tifl d that tha Ion aointf i a r-.irrtcl copy ot tbfttttemeitaiid condition o' the Wah- 1 :3C indiraure vomptn-.oi mw ivra- msu- t ti.i-ft-tiL-e for tlieyar 1.64 and low q fiLeheieln. r tt tm my nana ana reai omciai j. iL JOLftd b.OD1A(l, - ' A uiitur of S ate. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, (To expire on the 3Ht day of J&nu-ry, li.) ACD1T B( F STATIC'S OFFICE ) (INUUHANOK Lr-FAhTHKNT ) Coiumbue,tjhio,efliuary 36, 164 ) Wmui. The Wa-hinetorj Ioeuaoce Cnntpany, located at flew Kork, in th ta:eol ew Tork has fitted in tbiao.Xc a-woru atatt-mor.t of its condition, aereauirtd i-y the fl'st s.ciiou of the at"ro Megu la;e ia ar.ee O-.mpaoie. cot irco pirated by to rta'e'.J uhi," pa-ucd Aoiil 8, ISM; and, Woeieas, Stid Comrauy ba fan ihhrd the undersltrned ml is factory eviiiecce that it 1 poiieed of at least una Hundred Thajuaaod inlnr ol Actual ajitl lavwf eltnfttx'ks or in bodt, orln morttreg e of rtfal ts ta'e, worth aouo:e toe emoum ui wuico ,e rics i mort(.a4ed ; aud, W uerei4, said (Jcmpany tas a't-u m this Uffldea wntien iuvtrumeLt under tta c;roorte Pftl.eifrnedoytne PreeidtUt ai.d Secretary thtnof, au-no tring any ani oriina-ui bbki vumiaaiij )U this etate to acanaw.edre lenie ot prooere. fur ani in be bs.lt of fa d C -s-panr. oastutlng thatcuch etr trm r.l -.-. shtkll ix lakeu and Ceid io beatfftUd as 1' nerved upon theUompin-, acooraing to the laws ol thii or any othrr State, and walviDg all claim or iir.it of error, cy retajnoisucn acauw.sagaieat oi service. aN-jw, rnereiore. in aursuance oim" um mxuvm w thea'oree-idact. I JaMU H (J-PMin, Auditor of btt for Ohio, do he ret, y certify that said WMhlng ton ltianranr (Company, of few York, is author t1 to transsctthe bus ne s tf F rs and Marine Ineur aute in this S-ateuatii the 3:t day of January, In the year one. -wiisond eight hundred and sixty -five. In Witn'se Wtereof, 1 have hereunto subsc ib dmy nrr. nd e. ami tne Sval or my Office to be L. s ) affixed tne day an 1 j ar above sa. f bt-iw Aa'll'or of afe. NOTICES. "TOTICE TO BUILDERS -Psml- i vc Proposals will be rereived at the Office of tlie City Iuflrniary, until 12 o'clock M. February 23, 1.--M. forerertine two ado it tonal wlnsa, (ou the east end of tbe City Infirmary Building,; to be used as a 'Crazy House." . Pins and Hncrlftcations for the same can be found At- In H-iii Int. niaviv Offlra 1 he tfoaru or innrmary invite ne auom-mion oi bids ree l. gtbe rlgnt to accept or n-je une -em.-. By order of ibjtt.ara. u.n. wuiaiux fsM-139 Clerk. Orrice or Commibctal MuitjaVl In. Co., Cleveland, February 1st, I064. ) NOTICE Thb Auwuai, ELicrtoif for thechoioeof fiveTruBtsjes to isrve 3 ymre. -nd thre iuBrvucturfi of the Bccoeedtnr annual eic- tion. will be held on Tceedav, the I6th Inst., at the office of tbe Company. 'I he pott will open at 2 o clock r. M.,anaoiossaiaoctorK r. i. fob2-13 -ISO. A. TISDALE, Sec'y. TOHN MOHAN'S ESTATE. No tl TlCEtsherebyElventhatthesnbscriberhaalMen appointed and u .al-oea as aail.lDlDira or oi toe ea- tatdOl Vina juuriu, inw", w oeaaed. Nan-138i lSAACCOWPS.lt. T7MPIRE MINING COMPANY Th annnal mtteclr.eof the Shareholders In the aL-ove C- mpany, will te held at the office of U. A. "tad A Co., Cleveland, Ohio, March 1st., IM4, at o'clock P. MU 1. W. FtiRD, JaLZBI3V s-tPipLfw. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVitN- Tha an application was made to tbe city jouu- Cll OI l am tIiy ui we"nitiu,uu iuc i-m u j v i aiau- ary, 1H64, by the Cleveland A Pittvburgh Bail road Ccuipany, for the vacation for the reasons thtfrsin suted, ol tortiuchol tank-t. In said City as I'es cilof t north oi a line orawn ptaraiiei whd me ntirinfriy line of Lake.t., and twenty-four rods northerly therefrom, which application will be for action on the part of said City Council on the St h flay of Maroh lo64 janl4l3V E OTiCK. WALDO A. FlaHER i thi si- s4 m 1 1 tAvt TMrtner in our houas. un. the firm name of H. Qarretson ft Co. Deoec-ber J, ISO. il. Q&HETtwa A UO. BXMOVAIi. Ws have this day removed our stock ot Ooods from 5 Hirer and t Moadow-H'B., to 145 Water and 46 and 48 Cnlou-Sts,, whe'e. with a largely Increased stock of Goods, we shall be able to offer inducenienU to purchasers: aud shall be happy to m- our ui- cos ttimers. aiii s many new oae as may favor us with a H. OAlttisfiTSON A OO. t-o"Tther 1. . JCHAWSERT SAL.. CHANCERY SALE. Pursuant to the command of a decretal order of sale from the Circuit Court of the United otate for the Northern District of Ohla, at the suit of John W. Peri((0 and Edward B. Bulkley, against Joel Terrell and others, to me directed, I shall offer for sale at public auction, at the South door the Federal Court Building in the City of Cleve land, In said District, on the 20th day of Febru arv, leVt, at three oclovk P. M., the following de scribed premises, situate in the township of Ridgevilie, Lorain County, Ohio, with the appur tenances thereunto belonging, known by being part of lot Ko. twenty-eight, and bounded as fol lows : Beginning at a point where tbe centre line tbe highway running North and South through the centre of said township interjects the centre line of the highway leading from Elyna to Cleve land through s&id township, thence running a Northerly direction along the center line said North and South road about forty-five rods to the land of Wyllis Terrell ; thence in a West erly direction along the South line of said Wyllis Terrill's land about forty-eight rode the East line of land owned by Wyllis Temll thence in a Southerly direction along the East line of said WyllisTerriU'B land about thirty-two rods to the Northwest corner of land owned John Chester; thence in an Easterly direction, along the North line of said John Chester, G. H. Gibeon nd Levi Terrill's land, about twenty four rods to the Northeast corner of said Levi Terrill's land ; thence in a Southerly direction, along the Esst line of said Levi Terrill's land, hniii flftMn mda to the center cf the atorenaid highway, leadingfrom Elyna aforesaid ; thence iu an Eastf rly direction, along the center of said highway, about twenty rods to tbe place of be ginningbeing the property known as the Ter rell House Tavern property, including Tavern House. Store Boom, Bun, etc. Appraised 13 766. HENRY G. ABBEY, - ' ' Master Commissioner in Chancery. Backus A Noble, Solid tors for Complainants. January 20, 19M. JanJtilM STATEMENT. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. I of a of in ot to ; at HATCHEB, QAEDNKB, BUST Storage and Prodnt O0HXIS8IOI KXSCEA1-TB. OaeooadWarabovMTTsadTwMtwte-M ate wvi mn nrv-tn VUS V BIUAV Lf -! '-', 9m Fiupiktora of tbe NlV U5(IOl SAILWA1 HIP AhJ) CAM AL QUALM BLI VATUlid, adela tng the Mev Treifht Iepot of the 0. 0. A 0. iialiroad Oo. on Merwlii-flt.,) haTttie ai torae oapaolty ml twe Buwuv ea man unj VBwUMiw . v, i mil, nan, ain Pork, lrd, MuttarLSwUa and Oonntrr rrodac sen arallj. Al, salt, War Liu. aalln4 Plaa r. r.n uTOBaa,lr, en. w. eaanBsa, of lata Ira a. B- soar, UlarE, Oaninar A Oo. a. o. HkAtav, m. w. ourua, rtrss of Tkatcber, BurtAOo. mm Sil .mi re eerve i bv Baltwar. Ckaal ov Teae lor oala or bQ.i?nent. W Ql sire sarsooai attention K the pnrohase and sale of frcdoos aad ercdlo en Commission, aaav-LiluaiiAlj uub Aftasuaa anao. i mu Oonelanments. We art Breearod to reoslve end Sbll br Uanal. Lake or Bail, (wlthoat oartag.,) Grind BSOBas, Marble. Staves, Lamoer and Oears. rreighH of all kinds, bavins' the on It Detrlcks ia . Uin fo tbe transfer of haarv Ereislita. rsaiar SHuiaseaa fioautees SI en sweraity. .tohb RuesAt. 1863. WK. B0KZT S-aUa H TJQHE8 St BOCKEFEIaLSE, CBaocaeBors t. Hosbee A iaastar,) TorwArdingoiConirnij'ri Msrchants, asn sBAXias n BAIB. TLSL'S, PHUV1S10N8, HIQBWIBBB HYDRAULIC CBjltNT, PLAoTEK, LAXI IIdU. PtTEOLal'Sl OIL, OUABfiA, JIB B AUD CAItlK SALT, Boa. IS, Xi and ss Slver-tit., aud oa Pook. CUT ALAND, O. esProdnee of all kinds boosbt sad sold on sjoss. ssiaaioa. Liberal Oasb Advance, mad. en Consiga eaen'. Property ol everj deecrtptioo Beoelved mmi forwarded aaat aad West at lowest enrreat rates. jsansiBcm I fT: P. Handr, Prea't Merchant's Bank, evelnna llan p. K. la. Caah'r tlon'l Br. Bank. Cleveland, H. At. Bnrlbot, Casb'r Bank ol Commeroe, Cleve- and, U.; J. w. Bctsod, Uib r Hnuole nr. Bank Slancle, lnd.; I . A, Adscomb, Bes., Indianapolis. Indiana. apni.iltj' QAVI8 3. VOBOB, - Gemerssl Commis'ii BlerchuU TOE THE BALE OB FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, ORABE Beed. Batter, Cheese, Beans, tgra, Applet, Dried Froits, Poul try, Dressed Hogs, etO- 0-, TT wvwww a iii.thi.ish, O. OViBBh Advanoee Hade oa CoMlgiimeEta."VPa Bun to B. B. nrlbwt, Csahlae of first National fceok of Cleveland, Awd blutomers and Unaiaess gPRANKLB 4 BCRGERT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS fOB THI ALB or FLOTJR, GRAIN, PROVI8ION8, GRABS SEEDS, BCTTEa, 008, BACON, to 5oi. il 1 89 Merj!B-Bt.,CleTe!ana.O tey Liberal Gash Advanoes made oo Oouefgri meats I dsMired. apr-ii- pEUaiER & BTJRQERT, rorwardicg and Commission XEBCHAKTS, BAaad94 Biver-btlformerlT eocnpled bf L.V. a. BcrgeM fl re-proof balluinx,) ULBVIliAND, O. BeoMve end Sell at the Beet Zarket Bates flour, Grain, Pork, Foaliry, Sutftr, Ltd, jft, Cheat, Sttdi, Fruit, f. SBrParlicnlar attention paid to the sale Ot PoslaT. . a -1 i . ages ana Lara. aasra.u...uje.iuinptiy aaae. aort CLAHK k F.OCKEFELLEIi, (iAats Clark, Gardner A Oo.,) Prodno Commuiioa 2SerQh&nt, And Peelers tn Grain, Flour, Fish. Water LiM Flaoter, Ucarse, Fine, trouna Solar and DAIKY SALT. feel, 41, end 45 BiTer-St.. and oa tts Dock. CLjiVALAiW. OUK-t. awrTropsrty Seoelved by Ball Koad or Oana!,1 fttlaorSh sment. Will a! ilao-BhiBnient. Will give tne sale and purchase oi frccuos ana SieroAsvaaiee ia aale aud e tViri r-. Isui'nn WLiberal Ossh Adwneae nsde on Ootulnmea ar&,tn to Business Men and Bankers Wnraly acz:tt7 . B-jnia. .Ze. ukMSA 3. r. BAjna L A. nniA BOBEBT UANNA & CO., oxseoas to Hanna, Oarreteon A Uo., Whotessi. Urocers, s orwaniins sua omira: jn ierroai.u dealers in Produce. Bait, Pish, tic, Central Exotuttige oi lwacuni Kiver-rsi. ana dock, tjieveian'. v. aT Agents for the Cleveland, Detroitand Lnke Ba ferior lsinewt Hteamera. !azua TOHN E0TC3 a 80N, gnotL Frodnos Coaimission MeroWtt 3 P1ARL-8T.. Ntw Yorb-. LlBtitAL UA9U ADVASCto OS PttOHOeB. BEVElt TO Oeean Bank. 8. T : Ohemleal Bank. X.: BandallBuk.Uortiand.N.l.; BsnkofLow vllle. Lowville. H. T.: V ooater fiberman'a Ban) Watertown,!. T.: and BnatDass Men generaltl U.C. LiEMINU Western Aaent,. OBoewltk AlcoU A H-rton. w.ter-Ht.. arlt KrtrA.vl and, Ohio. sKUsT suppsmraS. TTSNTION, LADIES Bave removed their SfJesroom rmm 11 Oatarlo-W-to Hoom No. 9. HHmiQ'i Block, opposite U PostOrhceB, where Uiey will be happy zm se all ot their oii mpts-ier- and as many new ease as may s ttoeallend eiamlne sTroTn's snspessloi ASTD DIPSOVED SKIBT SUPP0BTX2 the best thing of the kind ever Invented, aa artich which only has te be aeen to be admired, and worn I be appreciated. FOB BALI BT Weiss A Klein, mannimrtnret and dealers la Hoop Skirts, etc., 148 Bopsrlor-cH. Mrs. Porter, Milling, 94 t4nece-bt Also, for sale by rrank Broa. A Co., Msnufsetorst and dealers in H x-p Skirts, at Moa. 141 dupertor-04. (.under Weddell EUuse,) aud 194 Ontarto-st, Also, at Wholesale and Betall by the. Proprietor1 and nanutactorers, aWW alsts made to Order on short eotioa. BseAgoodaasortmentcr.r.stantiy on bard. HO 111 A SMAFFl-OaD. 0ereefm'J. JnM 1. 1 GOLD PENS. L D PEN DEPOT 11 Dank Street. MABIE, TOD & CO'S, FAIRCHILD'8, MORTON'S, NEWTON'S, J. B. PEER'S, DAWSON, WARREN & HY CELEBRATED GOLD PENS, REPOINTLNG, RE3TOR'S GOLDEN PEN. rrr avrvxrCTv a ntr l ajPTTl VlSl I I U SS I lUVl a A AA V JUIUJSA. Jn 0 J . lJyJ In sttais to suit at tbeold star d and wel. known W AON Kit S LOAN Of MCB, cn Secnrt. ties of every kind, vis : Gold and "-liver Watches, 111. amonC J, nilrer W axe. Jewelry, unna, natoia, 1,10m i... n.n. .. Pianna. Msliideona. and all personal property and articlnaol value, on the most satisfac tory terms. Basil en strictly private. Established leM. is. H.A vartetyol QbreaeemiM waaewwsew- airy. Gone, Ac, for sale at bargains. eiay-(,;T1 o corner ot V. Hter and anperior-ftta., ovss avis A Feixotto's Clothing Store. . ectsO J. O. A W. WAOWBB. TJHOTOQRAPH ALBUMS-: J X stylsslnst neelved. A. A O. BITB1 BITBlaG A S0awii 0 STATEMENT. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. JJOWER & POPE, Wholesale -nd Eetail Qrooers. 163. :: : OITIKIO-ST.. : : : in. OrrSB TO TH TAADB, TEAS, J'sFFEF, SUGAR, i. tivsoa, O. Eraca, OoIods, Japan. LttSdrial, ' Bio. urusuea. M U4COVKk H. Orlaea. Few d ted, Ocffee, A e Java, West fnla, Dand-.-lioa, Mail-eko, lev Orleans XoUiam and Si? bm, Ot a 1 kinds. ' ' SBV-Tha aboraGood. weia eoasht Wm-. k- i.e. ad. aee-i, and wscaji and will sell teesa cfiKaFBsU and warrant them togtve eetMlaettoa. PRE?H BALTiMOEB OTeTEKS) reeereeil Sail. by ftiKeas, at HO V f uPK s" I iivi vDwrao-oa. TEAS. CbotcbGiii. aud Black TKA3, ef erery d-ec ipttoe. ejected wi h great carefr-m r.ceut imp rtstioos. Tnose w o like goo4 Ir -grant t ea, wiil do Wstli io aire u a call. frreaie by chu .chill new., Jan-V UTew l cath-u 2f Ontario-fit. JRADBDBN, WILLIAMS 4 00- WHOLX S AJ.B O i O 3EBS, 8860 River, aad 31 & 33 MemdaCa A re now reeetrln from New Tork aad New Orleoao large and choioe auppir ol COFFEE:?, SUGAR?, TEAS, 1 T. Hrsoa, Cj O. Hrsoa. i Japan, - imperial. f Oolong, Ttoarobf. f Bio, Java, Mocha, Summarra, Harlcabo, N. Orleans, . Bf uscovatiiA, . Crushed, Granulated. Pow.lercd. Code. A, B AO. TOBACCO S SIGiSS, la .rut Tarletr. Ground Coffees, Pepper A Eplees. M0LA83E3 AND 8TRPP3. Which th.r otter to the Trade at very low rates. BTorcievelasd ssannfactnred Articles at 1 titers prices. jana m pttAUPL Iapl. WILLI' ma . i.-J. IV TOL ASSES. Nbw Stjpplt or i V I Now rirlssns UntasaM. Whitik Kiinr HsB) byrt.p and EiClVAiH ot vartoua kinti, in store aud fog it Dy Laiu a a , JmU 134 Ontarto-St. FLEMING & NEY, rerera and Pr.vi.leai DeeJera, 1S4 t-ntario-.-t Cleveland. O. IIS PICKLES ad VINEGAB.--IN JT large or small qna-ititles. )anl 'Limt.u A XT,IM0ntarto-9t. OH Bbls LARGK SHORE PALI Ijyj Water Herring. for sale by tbe barrel, at IB 5 ianlS I Ontario-it. A sale. Applee, at PPLE8 InStobi a nd toa T On. Hundred barrel. PICKED v. later f ,pplee,at ILASUia aars, I jan IS 134 Ontarlo-at. J. 30LDEN SYBUP-Foa BncO wheat Cakee. A very cbojre a-ticle for .ale ef OHUbCUILb A BbO lanlt US imtarto-j-C east aide. AVLE SYRUP-Of thi Bbst tv. cma be made torn a nica araoie ef OCt UAM, which can ba tVn- .dat BKGK'H BTOBB. S iperinr-St.. P.p. P. O. T)URS OLD CIDER VINEGAR .A Of th. tieat acalltv. ... be foand at OSO.D. BfiOKU. sewtlT Opaoaite tbe Pot Offlos. inHRESE -1U0 Bcxis CHEESS store and for sale by OEO. SPaauCB, jiaui. z? ana M iw.i.. . SALT! SALT f 803'i BABREL8, Inclndinc alt the difff-reut kinds of Kw Kirk State fa t. for aa!s In lota to tult, at th Urn. t.ATfiHKB.eABINgK.BP8TAl)Q. JUST RECK1VED. 1 At Fa. 270 Euperior-St-, (f -ppcltethj eOt:: Office.) Crafiges, Lemon, Pin avp?, vTieee, Pressnsd GiCKir, Engib-h Pickles, Knlteb and Aia- , lean Sauces and Mmtarvs, Almonds, srazii ru:a, riiDerta, ate, so. lis)." erntiitiTnorvs Titr i rrwlo CUNDRIE3. 200 Barmlb Cut aJ PAUSED MEdS POKE, lC.Wtlos Oogar Cored CabVafleed HaiiS, Te be!sOarb.in OU, tt bole LotriiaUlol Ofl, llatore end lor salstt BOiir. itANNA Co, .T"t IS. l- Hlw, r TW-e 7 SKIRTS. HOOP SKIRTS AT COS.' Wholesale nl Retail for Blity Sajs,- AT 0C8 SKIBT FACTOET. rX2rRV 148 Buprior-8t,(under American Houz Clevelamd, Ohio. I WHOLESALE BUYERS WIL find it to their own Inten-et by callin at i. Eftabiihinnt ' efore giving thir orders or got . Aast. The largest aMrteiit of French OortttM md Skirt SvpporUn I always kept oa hand. No Humbug 1 I . A. KLLIN A CO., Prnprietoa decflO Hijperior-rit.. Cla -elaa O H U M Hoop Skirts, Whole B U G I Wholasala Aad Ratal' IT COST, ?0S 39 DATS, AT s -1 ew' "feJ 15 i? 3J a. AT TBI CIwTeland Hoop ffklrtFactof 141 Superlor-dt,, (uzwier Weddell Hooea.) IU. W , -SI V t S- -el Mat ala a. TraUtiaAarjs-jTta. Th largest assortment of French Corsets and I Supporters otuutantly on band. FUiwiJh; tH06., Proprtetor oetan mi SrvTv-rior- FLCUS AND W.HLAT. FLOUR I FLOUR 1 1-1000 B of tie v.-T ehlit brand. ot FIOUS PS store. e deliver skmit to any part ot me cltj of drarase S1U-G.. KQtT m ' FLOURt FLOUR! FLOURI-1 hi,lm frrth trronnd Clour, la store and lor ir Sacks, half barrels an! barrels, to suit the 0 Dalero wiil da w.n to ra'i and 5mia oar I be'-ore pu ohasipg r AC8I B A SUBOXttl U and S4 Eiver- wnere jan'8 T7LOU R. BOO Ebls.DOUB aV AXTAA FAMiisX FLOCH. tocioee enm ment. GEO BKKAfCtt decl? 22 and 24 Merwm- SEVEN TONS CHOICE PEr sylvaaia Bnckwbmt Sloorjnit recelvfd an sale at CLAKS A EiXKAlaLLX T7LOU5? FLOUR! I FLOUR Rakers, rloirrard feed D alereai.l ott. want o' tnoioered ao-i hit wr.at or war No 1BYS rLOi-k,wmnudtcurWarrkoa airable a;.ictoe'vrr-rn ansl 77 and 711 Merwin-Ft. WHEAT, COR.V, and BuiET Prime OATS. 1 analitive for r Country Mi-ler, and . !ty i-Irs waitlr.g G ot ary kind, wUlconauU th-lrowa inti-n d.rli g frtjm us at our Union Kleva'trs. C loadtadirtctfroni E'-va'or wi.boai a - itso pens-. 1 HATUU A 14, a A BUN fi fa, B V h T e jar?1 TTavdT- V-r TO IET. TX) LET. 3a and 4th Floor 1 140 fet. of Brick Building on eperr ffbtiug, aiao, O. O. A O. -UiiraaX Atorf tlcn for manufacturing. ' Alan, tbe building K-rmerly ooenpied? Vy 9 Knight, as a Coppersmith dho?, in rearofsA Ball :ing, two stnse, xt) leet. dCSV JNO. O. JIJTJIlMJt, A r t -. .1 a , 't j-z r w J. .a . ir - - , - a