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iv ut," "r" "J-., "ir-ms," ewj- "Beara-M." Ac, taaerssd Oas aaaaaa er FIT CwUKtaii" iaiirsli.. FOR RENT. -irtri nnRnNH Til HKNt.. ZiMniraeffKlN- JM KAKi, DKKUKft A CO., corn of BtHc and DMPptMig MM-rafcHM. - IW-J1J inR RKNT-Stort end I wiling, ander one a. root, lagooa repair, Ha. 133 VMteca&c B. T. ap.?l:3ir BOARDING. BOAHDINO- Tbiwpleaaant rooms can be had on irar.... apatication at Mo. 4 - Public Kura. inarm ait BOARD-MS A day boarder. '5, bsc" commode sed in a first clan doom by addressing U. care of Lr.prB trnice . nm,y WANTS. ttt a VTKTI-1 U kl Ebl ATULY-t if ecod i V A rfn sit kinds of farm work. I nature ol D. D. OODY, Jackson House, fcuciid street, hot Clerve- lana. mayi-:.i. WANTED A rood NnrseGirl to take cue of child. One lii-t I faithful will tend a geod ttCTtanon py applying at 4Q wooo-st. tuayirji.' TT7"ANTD SALBiHKK KTMrieiiced Batae- t mi men ana aWKw-aeeners Breierrpa. . for ior- ther vartic&ian rad adrert-wmeat of W . AM BttlDUK la anotlter colusa headed " salesmen Wanted." TTT A ST R n B USIN ESS M EN CtitUe of earn II liuralrlnr ffrun to iAtUT oervear, BnribfT aartietihira can be oarnt in another eol- Dhi nnar mailing OI iiaiuwea man nuucu. myH:3I B OOK PaiNTEBsi WANTED Appiy at the Lxjloek Job itoom. A PARTNER- With a cah capital of SMWto flu, OoO wanted, to engage in man nfsicta ring two atentad aruclea. innn-u sm.i ran lxi r?a.ixa in a short time. Address W. K. UuhU, 49 Union at. Cleveland. U. iwyi'i ttt a TP1 A it-nation br a middle-Beted man. W at Clerk, Book-Eper, Accountant, Lumber EWureyor or Writer, ia a rapid penman and b&s bad exaenence in toe anile aaenuonea lor eeverai yeara. Vt ould Like to eaH'n the cononct out bkd paper. Apply by letter to J. A. a. me oaioe. mayy TTTANTEB PABTWEB With tlAOO capital, to IT ensaxelaa -oannfactariBS biiHineea that will ymy 100 per oamt pioht. Call at 6 FiUsbnrgh street. ma.jo.aia WANTE-1C81MS MIM-0n ealary, and eommiaaioa, to atril National and Sacred -n- wwlnn inr-laAinm th till CO in aiid WashintOB ramlUee;" also the great tnfliah EagTai8. 4 Parable of the LiUiea," companton pictn re lor " Christ BVeeiu Children;" also H-torlEDgraT-Inf . Woman MiMion." Apply pcraonaUy at the fine Art tmportnm ol HAilLTU, tifcios. w., or addreaa, by letter, 1V7 bopMior aireot, leTeland, WANTED fiALEd MEN Apply peraenatly or addreaa HAMILTON, Bfctus. A IX- Fine Art Emponum, 1V7 tinperwr street, CWTelaca, unto. FOR SALE. TUIIf. K4I.H-rnmitnra. inclndinff atoree. car- Jf peu, extenaion table, refriflvrator, melodeon, Ac. Call at 61 -lodge etreet. Awo. wanted, tore- room lor a few bouMhoida food! onnng me iuib mer. u. a., ad Ana. nwui -AI.K-Hmm- Pin and Drain Tile: aloo A. tot of arranged bewr Pipe, juit the thing for d rai Da. For aaie rheap at Ccai Yaid oa Canal, foot ol loerara-et. a. si. h&iiiiuau. nifu.Jio FR SAfK A Frame Home and Lot on Carroll street. West Site. The boose is a story and a half high, and the lat Is 64 feet front by 136 feet deep. Apply to OO&BAD ttPBAKB.Uk, M Carroli streut. 1 en OKI. "iJ 1 TMR. HAI.It-QMlRABLR PBOPEBTT A- go mtA KtMm Saw Mill, and over V.Ai acre! of rJiokw timber land, near C4eTeland. from which may fee realized a large profit. Apply to (J., Leader othce. mayiiti TVlR HA T.K House and lot No. 1G7 TracT street Also racant lot next to ume, hoase containa six rooms and a good eeUar ; good wen, ciswrn and graj arbor on the Blace. Teems easr. Kooaire o; ' h E"L&, at Morgan, Bootjt Co'., J JS Hartor Btpeet. mayitcjie "DOCK AWAY FOR SALE A two aeatpd IV r amity uocaawayjor aaie. LnQnire at 2i0 Bnparior street. mayuroit FOR SALE A new brick house and lot In But Cleveland, oppottte Dr. Htneter a. The honse con ta inn 4 rooms on the lower floor and 4 chanberi. The lot is 102 feet front, by 200 fwt deep. For terms kW tAWM v. PAkKKK. HI A Lak street, or can be seen on the pranuaes ntost anytime dnring the day. ma? iu:jti FR SALE-lO.OOUlusHnirar Cured Hams; 5,000 llm Hayar Cared Shoulders: u bnthsle prime Uanada t&aa at UiMUiX n a m a, V uirer ai. mayv-aia TXR SALE S0O barrels Lnbrfcatiog Oil, of dit- A It-rent grades and pncea at iLOtu si i 77 Bitot street. maytfJ13 A RARE CHANCE for an iBTestmeBt. A bn .X. tiness on bapenor street doing a nne trade, and one of the beat locations on the street. The reason for selling. Sickneaa in the family and wishes to leave ine city, s or parucuan auurvaa a. uiu vuice. may3U COR BALE One Steam Engine, WO Horse A Power, Iron Bed PLste, ly Wheel and Main Pal ler: Eneine 2b Horse Power, nearly as rood as new one Boiler 46 Inches in diameter, feet long ; large Bteam iram, suitable ior a saw mui: wui ne som cheap. Apely to THOMAS' MANNINt. clean yonndry, w est at, mar:320 "COB SALE Boom md 1K for Ml. on Edward X itreettBatr rwtr, aud a lew rod. from aiu m.n atreH. i'rice Sl.iuu. Inqam on Uie kmuim. CQE NALE Oil. A ao. lotof rttrokaai Bin- a: uu uu, at tea xaotorj ol w J.wUlU,oaUw a-3-B7 WANTED--AGENTS. WANTED AGENTS ?,ono a year and aU ex penses paid. 1 want agvnts, male and frmale, In erenr county in the United Statte, and in Europe, to Introduce a new patented liiTeution one of the greatest achievements of American science. For further particulars, address VV'.G. WILSON, No. Lyman's Block, Cleveland, Ohio. may 1 1 AGENTS WANTED To sell "Lloyd's History of the Great BebeU'on" In one volume, "Young Ameiicao 6tatmen ' and o;her popular works. Address B. II. GBsaJCN, lioom 4. American Build mg, Clevpland, Ohio. may4:3l. A CENTS WANTED-Toavlltheverypopalar j. eogrBTings, unn ciessing ii:iie LDiiart-n, "Parable of the Lily," "Lincoln and Washington's Families," "Charity or. Way to Uitpo," "Lord's Prayer,'' Ac. Address B. 8. GBAN, Boom 4, AmerlCitn Building, Cleveland, O. may::U9 TtTANTED Agents to sell and put np Barton's f raiea have it. Am Pa.tsat Hmn rUll. Ewrr honaw.kM.Mr ahnnlH have it. Agents not hmitd to any specibwd territorr. C. T. MATTfiSON. Gen'l Agent, Grafton, O. apt.:54j TsTANTED-BABl OHANCS FOB AGENTS w w oiue pnopi t want, jomptcieuisioryof tno war, le one km Uame,splendiJly Ulustrated, with ovar u flaffvertraitj of G orals and Battle boectes. The most o&ndU. luoid, ompieta, anthentic aad rstia ble history pabUshad. It oontains reading matter equal to three Lars volumes. lnd for circulars and sesour terms. Address JON&d BBOtf. A OO., 148 w Fwirth t., Cincinnati. sep-rfriw :miscellaneous. PROP. THOMAS would respectfully inform his friends and patrons that he is now prepared to attend to Sharing, Hair Pressing and ahampoon lng. Hair Coloring, Ac, lathe best style. Alao, that he will give his attention to the cure of Corns, Una Ions, and Ingrowing Balls, tthop under the John R-Atf aplg:ytt 2n nnn money advanced- VtU.UUU In sums to salt at the eld stand and w&l-known WAGKEB'tt LOAK OFFICK, o Bseurlties of very kind, vis: Gold and Sliver Watches, XHamonds, ill tot Ware, Jewelry, Gnus Sstols, Clothing, Dry Goods. Pianos, Meiodeons, aad . personal property and articles of value, on the most saLLs factory terms. Baalnesn strictly b rival. JCs taitmed 1861. B. B. A variety of nnredeeavad Watches, Jewairy, Guns, ate., for sale at banraina, OSice comer of Water and Be per lor atreets, over Pavis A Piaxotto's OstfthlM atora. orta J O. AW. TAQRCB. FANCY COODS. qrasd ortuse ! OF THE KEW AVIKICAV noop SKIRT Kannractorr aa FANCY GOODS 6T0SI, or fiOLOXOSbOH BROS., Ut Snpcrlor-st, opposlte.the weddell M.rchmta win aava IS par et. y r caaaiaf at tfaia aat.bllahaMDt, as It ta tha cheap eat wait of w Tort. mays-Bin FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. TTOK LAE.K 61PIRI0R. The ituics steamer, - COT. CESHKAH W. B. Ioi-, Uaaur, Win taay oar dock for Portafe Lake aa4 iotcr merttate aorta oa 8ATDBDAT, Hat 12th, at 8 P. M. . Per Preiaht er Paeaage, apply to G ABB XT SON A CO., AgrmU, mmyll:ill lie. I Eiyer atreH. T?0R filPKRIOK CUT. The BDteadM. new and etenneb-2 low praaaer. nom-wuoet paaaaaffr auia.r KBWBIHAW,.,,. dept. Auiay Stivit, Leayea oar dock for Superior City, Bayfiald, La Point, aad iatermediete porta, oa MONDAY EBXT, Hay Utb, at Se'clocl P. H. Pima aaeiraaa of viaitiaic tke geld I.Ida of TeraoiUoa Lake, oaa aiwaya rely oa thi. baeatifQl eteamer goies; regaiarly each time to tbe aead of tbelaka. 1 For farther fafonaatioa rrjrarrfinr frelirbt or paaaare apply U PETTIT A HOLLAND, auylO-at 127 end 129 Rlrer-et. flKSI BOAT FOB SEPXKI0K CITI. rpHK sTATjycn jldT- J. teiiaU, steamer - 'dV COHOOBD ,. A. UcliTi, Aluicr. Will leave ear dock for 8UPIBIOB CrTT, and all lateraMdiate ports, oa FBIDAT, Kay Uta, at S o'clock P. K. For freigat or psmage apply oa beard, or at onr omce, 1S9 aad 1T1 Birer atreet. maylO-VIS - BOBT. RaKNA A CO., Ag'ta. OPTICIANS. soi.oyfONHoys CELEBRATED SPECTACLES, "r r coaratnfty WTtT If be deeelyel ys8sal itk theee whe make FALSE PBKTKNalONS. Taeealy way to aaee tmr eye eteM, at bypwl - efiag yearearne with e pair of good apoctedea whick eaa only be obtained at tke orf eatebt9.d eed w.8 knpwa OptMe) Iaetitste of Ut. eoLOMOldOkTV, LVSnpertaa- etreet, andarlbe amerlnan pmiBewanof'trayaearaeJatatlacte beAU, Bole- vajsAfaaa, oua - Tlte SeCCIid K&tlOa&l I r - CI.BTEI.AND. I icals-ate BUcr, for .11 GOTEUXMEVT LOAS AGEVTg. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY rai issues or 7 5-10 TREASURY ROTES, OF ALL BBSOM IH ATIIOHSat M MtM rntea tJOI.D AND GOLD COUPONS dr W. boy .ad ull ell classes of Government Secnrltles .1 narEel Baton. . nm...... J. FARMER & CO., BANKERS. u. s. 5-ZO. OOVIBSMIST 810UBITISS, GOLD, 8ILTEB AHO OOCPOMB, DHODBBKHT FTJNBS, g. I. ONI TKAB CIBTIF. IVDIBTEDNIM V. 8. PEK CENT. COMPOUND INTER ES NOTES, 1S84. XICHAKGI OX CRI1T BSITAIK AHO TEE OOHTIHINT, Bonirht and .old. Mr fiarouTi KionvaD oa niLiiiii. 145 SCPEEIOB STREET, BOTU B9 ctrviLayp. o. DAT TjY LEAD ER. FKIDAY MAY 11, 1866. STEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Aoadeaiy off Muaic Benefit of Mrs. Edgarton. Bryant A Strattoa Local Notice. Begga A McQaryey Oas Flttera. Sloea A HananerLadtea' Tlata, Ac. D. D. Cody Men Wanted. Woleott's AanlhUator Local Nctlre. C. S -rankle Farm for Sale. Q. L. Yea Kortwick Salesmen Wanted, 61 Dodge atreet Furniture for Sals. 40 Wood atreet Girl Wanted. J. B. Bhippard 3 Local Notices. E. U. Cnrran Mea Wanted. Oarretaon A Co. For Lake SoperiorT W. G. Wlllaon Agenta Wanted. E. B. Lewis Anntliilator. 61 Dodge-at. Local Notice. E. N. Hammond Sewer Pipe far Bale. E. S. Stackpole, Ag't Montana. C, Leader office Saw Mill for Sale. O. L. Tan Kortwick Business Mea Wrnted. B. D. Cnrran Agents Wanted. W. Ambridge Agents Wanted. Bryant A Stratum Commercial ('ullage. J. B. SrUppard 2 Local Notices. Slot A Bananer Local Kottce. aV For Evening Edition Kewi see Inside. W For Morning Edition News see outside. CITY NEWS. Latest sheet music at Hall's, 1 7 Menument Square. II. S. Codkt. The old cases still occupy the courts. 2no new or important develop ments. Received this day at J. P.. Shipherd's, two cases elegant French bonnet. SrLEXDiD Telkoeaph Booms. Messrs. Bryant, Stratton k Co., have just been re fitting their rooms, and now have the finest Telegraph Booms in the United States. All the books and blanks used on any of the A : IT.ninl line in entin irv nr. 114aJ then,. familiarizing the student with the .dual " details of the business. Ladies will do well to call and examine. the elegant bonnets at J. B. Shipherd's. Tax Yebv Latest. A troublesome fellow has been pestering the "Local" with the following : - "Why was Bufus Choate like a bear's tail Because he was an Ornament to the Bar. This is only equalled by the rassal who piopoaed the following : "Why ia a bald head like heaven? Be cause there will be no more parting there.' s Sailor, Derby, Olive, Dewdrop, Pekin Masquerite, Newport and Hamilton Hats just received atSloss A Hanauer, l-'O Water street . Liqdoe Swilmko. The recent canvass the Cleveland Bible Society has brought light some interesting facts, The population of the 1st Ward is about eight thousand souls. The report published on the 9th, shows the amount of the weekly sales of liquors in the saloons to be $6,032 nearly $1.00 per week each for every man. woman and child in the Ward. If the women and children are temperate, a pretty good "ration' men. must be swallowed by the Look at J. R. Shipherd's for May Queens in every variety. CocrTEarEiTEE Arrested. J. C. Mack ay was brought to Cleveland yesterday and lodged in jail, by Captain Bimmcnds, charged with having passed counterfeit $30 Treasury notes. He was arrested Vienna, Trumbull county, and says he can produce evidence to prove that he was not the man who passed money, as alleged in the affidavit The examination took place before Commissioner White yesterday, and resulted in the release of the accused on bail. Beautiful crape and lace bonnets opened this day at J. R. Shipherd's. Westieh Musical World. We have just received from Brainard & Son the new number of the WeUa-n Musical World, pub lished in this city. It contains the usual excellent musical news, correspondence and criticism. The following are tho pieces music for tho month : " 0, Where ar't Thou," by A. E. K. : "Hearts and Homes,' by J. Blockley ; " Ever of Tbvoe," for two performers, by Wm. Dussler ; ut of Fog and Smoke," by John ZandeL Twenty-five cases Seasides just received at Sloes A Hanauer, 129 Water atreet Fire. Yesterday afternoon, about three o'clock, a fire broke out in the ice house Martin Johnson, Esq., on the Island oppo site the engine house of the Water Works. The building was partly destroyed, and the loss is very heavy. It is estimated at $15,600 to $20,000, and the insurance is only $5,000. Mr Johnson's loss will bear very heavily on him, as he has many large con tracts on hand. ' The steamers were on the ground early, and did good service in checking tho fire, but the exposure of the ice will cause great quantities of it to waste. The fire caught from some sawdust light ed by some mischievous boys near the west end of the building. AU the latest summer styles opening at J. R. Shipherd's. The Whcat Ceop. The reports which come in of the prospective failure of the wheat crop, are too early to deserve much credit It is doubtless true that the wheat in Ohio is very backward, and the uncom monly cold spring has made it still more so, but a favorable season may yet make fair erop, as very little of the wheat has been Actually winter killed. A gentleman who has just returned from a tour through the West informs us that the wheat never looked more promising at this season of the year than it does now in Missouri, southern Illinois, southern Indiana and Michigan. In the north part of Indiana and Illinois the crop is backward but there is no prob ability of a failure. If the prospects for the coming crop grow better the present prices of Sour will take a tumble. Seaside Hat at $s per dozen at Sloss A Hanauer, 120 Water street. ' -, - - ' Gaylord A Ensworth are now prepared to receive the calls of their friends at their new boot and shoe tr re, 2f 2 Superior ttreet, Their new Poods- havw arrived, and thwtr in the CHAS. D. GAYLORD. J. Esswoets. in I t- - t-. . .r-"B flnm lmnArtfi.ni rfunjes and improvement! hsve been nude onr alwayi excellent Tire Department. pny caused tome jealousy and ill feeling which interfered with the fperfect working the system, and on the 3d of April a new ordinance was passed providing for the ap- pointment by the Chief engineer nu .as Uommittee on ire ana n - isUnt Engineera, to be designated First end Second Assistant tngineers, me r irei AssUUnt to reside on the East Side oT the river, and the Second Assistant on the West Side. Thersalaries of the Assistant Engin eers were fixed at $33.33 and 129.16 re spectively. The duties of the Assistants are ir. ...i.t the Chief Eniineer at all times, .nd in his absence to take command ac-1 linr tnrank. and to act as Fire Wardens, , - - The appeinlmenU of the new omcers have been made, and are as follows : First Assistant John A. Bennett, who resides on QMa . .ml flxvnil Asaistand John P. McMahon, for the West Side, beth these appointments are eminently good. Mr. Benneu is an oia w u t Enemeer of the Department and knows all about the workings of the institution- Mr. McMahon has also been a member of the Department for many years, and both are thorough-going and efficient The whole number of men in the Department at this time is fifty-three as follows: One Chief and two Assistant Engineera; five for steamers: five firemen for teamers; five drivers for steamers j five aop ladder truck; twenty-five hosemen, and three ladder men. Chief Ensineer Hill has also several other slizht changes which his experience leadi him to think are improvements, though outsiders have been accustomed to suppose the Department in as perfect trim condi tion as is possible. Tag Kaw Railroad Law. The work of taking up the season passes on the railroads in New York, in accordance with the new law, has been begun. The Rochester Vnim alluding to the orders issued and the prob able results of the execution of them on toe iew lore, veuuu i "The managers of the rival railway com panies of this in Pennsylvania and Canada anticipated action oi mis son ana are oenu ing out their passes freely to western ship pers and others of influence to secure their favors. The eflect or this act win ie ois astrous to the railway companies of this State, unless they can find measures svoid it Only one more act remains to passed by the Legislature of New York complete the work of mischief it has been engaged in of late, and that is to cutoff all connection of the Kew York roads with others east and west, and forbid, under heavy penalties, the companies from carry ine? rreigiiis xrom ouior ora, w wu.e , . f ,-,, - vnrV tickets to passengers outside of 2vew lorai ing freights from other States, or selling State." Adjol'EXed. The friends of the Hospital enterprise met at the appointed hour at the Court House, and organized with Mr. L. Hubby in the Chair, and G. A. Stanley, Esq., as Secretary pro tem. The various plans organization were discussed, and finally committees were appointed to confer upon and roport plans, and to nominate perma nent officers. The discussion wss deeply interesting, and the work is in the hands men who will not let it fail. Another meet ing will be held at the same place on Mon- day evening next, at which time the com- I - . 1 1 nteA 4 . a. V a aaiat nl w mitteca will report, and lurtner action win be ta'ren. The ladies are especially invit ed to attend and give their advice and counsel. ? of to Academy of Music A very large and select audience was present last evening hear the "American Cousin." This play has enjoyed a most remarkable success the stage in this country and the plot familiar to every one. It ia one of plays in which Miss Daly is faultless and play-goers were anxious to see her render ing of her difficult role. Sam Ryan "Asa Trenchard" played with marked success- Miss Howitt as "Florence" was unusually spirited. Mr. Murdock's render ing of the part of "Lord Dundreary" was ingenious and " brought down the house." The whole company appeared in the cast and every part was creditably sustained. The present company is growing in favor the nightly increasing houses show. or at A Scepbise. The young people of Han over Street Methodist Episcopal Church and congregation paid a surprise visit matte on Wednesday evening to their pas tor. Bev. Dr. Warner and lady. During I eTen;Dg the Doctor received an unexpected "caning" by the presentation of an elegant gold headed staff, appropriately inscribed, as a testimonial of their respect and aflec tion. His astonishment was only equaled by that of his esteemed lady, who was made the recipient of a handsome photograph After an evening ofextremely pleas ant intercourse with the Rev. Doctor and family, the guests departed, feeling them selves bound by still stronger ties to Pastor so visited. of Health Matters. The Ward Health Officers report progress in all the improve ments and reforms over which they have supervision. The cleaning up has been thorough and all private premises which were not in the best condition were spected and the necessary instructions given for their purification. The city never before been in so good condition as is at present The health officers of wards think that all the work which needs their attention will be done by the end next week. The sanitary condition of city will then be looked after by the Board of Health and the Health officer of city. of Distiller Arrested. Joseph J. Halter, charged with unlawlnlly exercising and carrying on the business of distilling, with- ont license, was arrested in Jackson town ship. Stark county, by General H. N. Bill, United States Deputy Marshal, on Wednes day, May 9th, and brought to this city. was brought before Commissioner White a preliminary examination yesterday, and Was discharged. RxsoLmoss or the Board or Education. The following resolutions were adopted by the Board of Education at their late meeting : By Mr. Eella That this Board will re cognise and pay no bills or debts contracted for the purchase of any articles for the or the schools ny any otaer person man Secretary of the Board, or upon his written order, provided that any member of Board of i-dueation may mane sucn pur chases as he may deem necessary for the use of any school, presenting his bill for the same to the Board at its next meeting. Adopted. By Mr. Kolbe That hereafter the Com mittee on Bills and Accounts shall not cer tify to any bill nnless the same shows op posite each article by whose order and which school the articles were purchased. Adopted. By Mr. Eells That the Secretary be re quested to furnish tho firms of Clark, Hol den A Wilson, Cobb, Andrews A Co., Ing ham A Bragg, and Lampman A Robinson, with a copy of the foregoing resolutions writing, and that a copy of the same published with the proceedings of the Board. Adopted. By Judge Bishop That the ru'e requiring teachers to serve one year before being placed on the highest rate of salary, be modified as to allow the teacher to bo put nn the hieheat rrada of salary after one term of teaching, at the discretion of the Board. Adopted. By Air. Hell That a committee oe ap pointed to investigate the subject of school expenses for the current year, and to ascer tain the proper authority to whom said ex penses shall be certified. Adopted. Messrs. Bishop and Hudson were appoint ed said committee. A communication was read from E. R. Felton t Co., offering scholarships in the Commercial College and Penmanship to the deserving pupils in the public schools. was received and referred' to a special com mittee consisting of the President and Sec retary and Superintendent of the Board, Marine Items. 6 of conTeying Maj. Gen. Sherman do1fn from part 0f the country to Ie of Thft former iB Mady for a cruise, but is thoref0re, it is very proba- i I i i I I I I I be to 1 I M. G. Shsbmak. It is conUmplalcd to send I either the revenue cutter Andrew Johnson, or the John A. Di to Lake Superior, for the CapUin Martin, of the Jobnson, win -a-ied the honor oi bringing to Leu-oit ti,. ji.tininiished military Tisitor. Gen. Sherman is at present on a tour of inspec tion throueh his military division, and it is expected wilbe here during the early part of June. IuroETASi ro OwneRS. The Detroit Tost savs. "we observe that some vessels, in be inK repainted, have had their names ob- literated. This, under the present stringent , :.( regulations oi mo u"" .""I" '- hasardous.' The probabilities are strong that they may be jerked np by the revenue cutters and may be put to considerable trouble and expense. OswioIlTho Oswego Com . , rih th schooner IK'tHU W " Georee Worthinglon, Captain Gibson, ar rived here this morning witn a cargo oi wheat from Milwaukee, consigned to How lett. Gardner A Co., which is the first that has been received here since the opening of navigation. The same paper says, "the boat American Hero. Captain Bouse, of Houghton's line, .rrived here vesterdav with 120 tons of freight towed by the Union Towing Co. This is the first loaded boat from Sew York this season." Low WATait os the Bars. From all the lake ports where vessels have heretofore met ith difficulty in consequence of low water, we have the reports that more trouble is to be apprehended from that cause this season than for several years heretofore. The wa ter in Georgian Bay is so low that last week a vessel, loaded with wheat, going into Col lingwood harbor, struck at nine and one- half feet of water, being about two feet lower than last season. Hospital Tax. Over 4,000 signatures have been appended to a petition, asking Congress to abotish the hospital tax, by tbe seamen on the i orth western lakes. The Bae atthk Moctr opSaoixav P.ivir. The Detroit Fru Press of the 7th says that this obstruction is more serious this session than vessel ownere generally ap prehend. There are supposed by some be eight feet of water on the lower bar, bill in point of fact there are only seven and half feet, and during the prevalence some winds even scant seven. The rates of freight on lumber to Saginaw and Chi eago are very low, and when it is necessary to light a deck load, or the most of it, over that bar, at the rate ef from one to two dol- . lars per thousand feet, at the expense of the r ... i,, 1. ness to him. It would seem that the mil lers, who expect to ship two hundred mil lions lumber, and the salt-makers of Sagi naw valley, could make a saving in their profits by uniting to dredge this bar at least one loot more; Railway Items. Bailwat Earsikss The railway earnings of different roads for the month of April are as follows: of 1 1 to on is the as 1S65. lSHG. $409,427 :u.i,7:J.u 197.SSS Incr. S4H.1S2 0,490 Mich South Mich Central... Bock Island $:i6e,245 337,40 136,172 11,714 Earnings of the Milwaukee A St Paul Railway Company, exclusive of the Eastern division of the La Crosse Bailroad : ISCj. 1386. January to April $2d0,6t4 ?.7Q,0t;S April 10d,2t 121,904 $3S6,SS5 $:",00.! The following ere the comparative earn ings of the Detroit i Milwaukee Bailroad the week ending April 26th : 1866 $.'.5,589 1S65 .-52,930 Increase 6 The Western Union road shows a gam the last week of April of $4,010. Railroads is Iowa. We copy the following from a Des Moines letter to ChicagoJTYmrj; as crt the - al bum. his the has it the of the the He for for Railroads and railroad matters are at tracting more attention in Iowa than an v previous iimo in ner nistory. a nere has certainly been a great awakening upon the subject witnin tto last lew monius, Boads partlv built are being pushed for ward at a rapid rate ; old projects are re vived, and new ones announced ; an ) citizens, not content, as has been too often the case heretofore, with speeches, news paper articles, and what is called " wind work" generally, put their hands their pockets and pay out their greenbacks to aid in tne construction 01 roaus. The main feature of the railroad system I of Iowa is, of course, the four great lines 1 land gram roaas starting irom me juibsis- sippi river and to nave tneir terminus the Missouri, at some future day. These are: 1. The Burlington A Missouri Bailroad. This road has been completed for some time to Ottumwa, on the lies Moines river, and there made a halt, but has now taken up line of march to the West The bridge over the river is being rapidly constructed and a number of men are at work along the line wast of the river. 2. The Mississippi A Missouri Railroad. This road has reached Kellogg Station, forty miles east of the city, and there sticks. Here we have all sorts ol rumors to what is to be done by the Mississippi Missouri but they are so contradictory that it is difficult to tell what are the intentions of the managers of the road. One thing certain, tne old company have lest the con fidonce of the people, and any change will be hailed with pleasure. Much confidence and good feeling is expressed for the Chicago A Bock Island company, and everybody in this section hopes and that it will obtain the control and push road through. X The Cedar Rapids A Missouri, Northwestern Railroad. This road appears to have more life and energy than any the others, it nas neen pusned lorwara steadily and rapidly, without halt or hesi tation. The bridge over the Des Moines completed, and the locomotive has crossed to the west side 01 the river, and 1 uuder- I stand a large number of men, 000 or more, are hard at work on the prairies west of the bridge. The -Northwestern Company leads all its rivals, and, 11 tne same energetic and vigorous action shall continue, will " distance" all competition in the rare the Missouri river. 4. The Dubuque A Pacific Railroad has been recently opened to Iowa Falls, and work west oi that place is being prosecuted vigorously. Fort Dodge, on the Des Moines river, will have, judging from present appearances, a railroad at an early day, After these land grant roads, the next importance is tbe Keokuk, Des Moines Minnesota Railroad. Thia road, commenc ing at Keokuk, follows up the Des Moines V alley, ana can are now running to Mon roe, thirty miles from this place, and in few days will be in Prairie City, ten miles nearer. This only leaves twenty miles complete the connection with the Capital, and a goodly portion 01 tne twenty miles already graded. The balance is under contract, and a strong force of men busily at work. St Louis is deeply inter ested in this road, has aided it from the start, and will continue to give it assist ance, as thereby her citizens expect to secure the rich and heavy trade of ths Des Moines Valley. We understand that quite recently St Louis promptly answering to call made, advanced some $75,000 to $100, 000 to help this road along. in be so The Galait. The second May number of this new and excellent magazine has just been received from the publishers, Messrs. W. C. A F. P. Church. The following are the contents : The Claverings, by Anthony Trollope, with two illustrations ; In the Hammock, by Rose Young ; The March the Cholera, by Dr. W. H. Draper ; The Art of Dining, by Pierre Blot ; Archie LoveU, by Mrs. Edwards; Unbelief, by the author of Emily Chester; The Home of Victor Hugo, by G. Cluseret ; Miss Claw, by M. 8, Pool; The Fallacies of Memory, by Frances P. Cobbe ; Spoken at Sea, by E. C. Stedman; Story of the Opicquan, by J. E. Cooke; Nebular and Editorial Paragraphs, ' It i C J. Eeeler, M. D, .Eclectic Physician, office hours 11 A. M. to I P. M., at the store of J. J. Vogt, &2 south side Public Square, during the week, and on Sunday from I to 2 P. M. Residence East Cleveland, op- gite the Post Office, at the terminus of the as, Cleveland trfet Railroad. AplU local aonoxa, . Beggi A MeGarvey, Plumbers. Gas and Stove Filters, 12 Prospect street. Mostasa Passaq e $100. All persons wishing to secure a passage at the above rate in Capt. Fisi't erpediiion to Montana must enroll their names before the ISth inst., at 95 Water street. E. S. Btacepoli, Agent. Cleveland, Ohio, May 10, ISM. QAlbum size Photographs reduced in price, one dollar par dozen, and larger sizes in pro portion, at Btdcr's. Sale of furniture at M Dodge street. See advertisement A nico line of Damask French Coverings and Chintz, at TcuxiB A Strauss' South West Cor. Square. Cobb, Andrews & Co. are Sole Agents Tor the tale of Spencerlan School Ink and Writing fluid In Northern Ohio. Dealers will do well to write for samples. All orders will be flllcd at manufacturers' prices, mavl TRAVELERS' REGISTER. DKPABTUBX8. r. Atlantic A Great Weatern. 9:20 A. A G. W., Mabo. Br Lake Shore.Clereland A Erie5:-tS Oonneant A Erie Accom Pittabnrgh A Wheeling Alliance Accommodation . Goluaibc A m7: 15 Oalioa Accommodation... Toledo Sandnaky ...... IJetroit ft.- , Buffalo Bolt . . S:40 Sr 9:60 3:20 :00 t:Sb 8:00 1:28 S:IO 1:16 9:80 4:15 8:00 2:40 10:00 4.-00 10:00 3:30 AKHIVALo Atlantic A Great Weatern... T:40 0:66 9:50 :16 t li S:60 A. A U. W., Id alto. Br . Lake Suore, Cleye A Krie. ,6:05 7:10 Oonneant A Erie Accom Pittsburgh A Wheeling. ...... Alliance Accom 9 S0 10: 1:46 10:00 Oolnmbca .. ...... 5:10 1:15 1:50 1:00 t:40 Galion Accommodation... 9:30 Toledo.. :'J0 9:10 6:00 Sendniky Betroit Boat Buffalo Boat 9.00 jL Cltlsena wishing conveyance to either of the abo e Tralna or Boata, will be called for by Coaehea of steyens umnlbna Line, by leaving tbeir eddri at the Omnibna Office, 100 Superior street, op posite tbe weddeu House. Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-four Hours. WIDDILL HOUSB. to a of E Adauii. Erie W H Hawkins, Been M ' Wiltinaon W Goodman, Milwaukee A V Ilubbell, Klralra S L Barrett, t'bic.go 1I re H r. Lowers, v ore airs fc al eorbee K L Frost, l ujr Falls W G Miller. N Y 11 B Hyde, n k A Bosley, Baltimore R Nt-lgon. Reno W F Lefavor, Colnmbns J II Spellmau, Warren ti tl Thompson, M L. J Brockett, Rochester .1 Stedman. Boston Miss a l.urlou B S Welhert-II L O Chase, Bunal,, W W Merrill, N Y J W Hullon-ay, Akron O P Chase, St Louis J W Stout, !i T C Lndecko, S Y T Jones, Columbus LaDslns, Wateriord S L Munfton, Albany P Scott, Lexiugton R L Millar, Vrbana W II Goodman, Detroit Mrs 4! P Stedman, Boston SB Stedman a wf " R Welsh, N Y H H Clapp, Buffalo J Flowers, Detroit G G Coleman, N Y 1' J Smith F MrSparren, Pa S A Hobby r Dedd, Bochealer G L Barney, Sandn.ky 11 n nation, sucn J F Bendy a 1, K SaginawU Minilee, 1'hila B llarkneaa, ranters!, t Longstreet R Kt-ating, Buffalo K P Williams " J L Grant " H Grant " J F Sherry, N Y M Bates. X Y - F lollins, N Y X Roernbanm, Coldwater K Dana, jr. Portland (I H K Ight ' H Revere, Boston W Macconl, N Y J A Francis. N Y J M Correli, S Y J H Holcomb. Svraause W B Fiske. N Y Wm Hall, I'ainesville J B Deny A wf, Madison N Kel lev. Kel ev a M J J J Hopkins. N I J Gavlerd, city F J L lllandy, Zanesvllle A Fnrgeeon, Akron L II Ailing a I, Rochester C A Aichola, Mane 11 Uarriaon, Mohican G L Carrington, Conn R W igg, Monroe B A Lrnde, BniTitli R Whitacre, Now Lisbon J B Hark, K Y D M Kmmitt, Cbillkotli L M Thompson, O A P Cunningham, III A B KUon, Magnolia C II Vason, lion.. E B Wi. ks . I, I'rbaua O Kimball, Boston , (' S Rankin A I, Cin J Gates, Pa B T Miller J A Adams, Baltimore V 1 cope, Balinevllle BUS3ILL HODS1. in the M II Barret T citv J C Smith. Masai'on L J Sprinkle, B Williams, Springfd J.H C'rattv. Ketio - J Ueldiuic. Randolph A P Dannelis, Randolph W. Shakespeare, Medina L K Skeed, lonugstown WD Johnson awf II R Case. Funkvillr. Pa G W Moore 1. Pa! John West awf SprinefldJ M West. Springnetd C B Roberta, Toledo John Wilson, Rochester JR Coates, Alliance M W Andrea.Birminghm G W Clarry, Bitminfth'mMrs C A Bnrkor, Mantua S8 Beeclier liarretav le t- ti I'ase, atreelsDoro J J Parsons, Aurora W J Kldillge, Anrern Henry Peterson. Buff J L Cole, r-lyna Miss Bobbins, Hiram M O Perkins, cily J P Pari, Corry V A March, Norwalk L A Hall. Tirtin Sara Brown, Adri.n J S Williams, Vienna K Pike, K Y J Rudrept, Hiram W A Robertson,Waynabg It A lieu, Timn David Clark, Sharon F Thornton. Chic James I'ierson, Norwalk J B Mackey, i ienna N J Jackson, N Y Samuel Pale, Iowa Miss Rudrept, Hiram AMERICAN HOUSI. at our in of on its F Fowler, Md B P Sloan, Krle 51 F Turner, Mo H Mead, o?wego M D Mowbray, Buffalo P Williams, city G Roger., Baltimore J Jones. Canal Dover A J Cutting a wf. Gallon w vl kstabrook.Lansi H Rodee. Canton S Long, J N Macouier, Pafnesv, H F Horn, Derby J Eason. Columbus. Fa .1 r Lanard a wr. A Ron, lnd F A Barnes, Anstinbery 8 Smith. N Y D W Canlield. Cnardon H C Tuttle, Burton ' L T Foster, Yonngstown Mra S envlord," D S Pope, Troy Miss R II Fox, Troy N E?gleston, Solon J E Stephenson, CburdonC E Minor, Wakeman C Danaherty. W Salem B Finnery, Ch Falls W B lionaldson, Troy Mra 0 P Terrell, Asht' A Knot, lock, Maasillon J Hopkins, Granger W Bennett, Toiedo G Olmsted, city M Buziell, Detroit J N Fouls ir," R White, Canada J W Foished," N B Brigham.Grass LakeM T Searls, Ilubn-iue Mrs Poole, Pitts B W Brockley, A Johneon a wf. Albany A L Fish. Baltimore W S Crawford, Youngst'uMrs H C Toombs, Asht J a Atkinson, v a w u wyant, caatoa 1 Si-hell, Alliance G E Baldwin, B Lee, " J Cannon, Detroit O G Good, Wellsville J M Stoddard, Phlla W Refers, Chicago T D Vandersllce,4 R P Munsell a wf.i bar'nMrs Galway. N Y W W Parker, Sandu-ky F E llolman, Hampden 11 M cooper a a, Del jr. leicner, Aiitgnen; D J-Edwards. Boston T J Fletcher. H ll.tlin, Millersburg M T Fancher, Chicago F Phillips, Ml J r Olney, cin W T Medbnry, Yonngstown as A is rpHK ICE KlJiS BKFBIGKBATOR X Sold by C. P. BORN, 218 Superior atreet may5::il4 mflE ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR. Sold .1. by 0. P. BORN, 216 Superior-st. may5:314 rpnn PALACE REFRIGERATOR Sold L by C. P. BORN, 218 Superior atreet. The cheapest and beat in the market. Call and i may5:3l4 MARRIED. or of PARKS-JOHNSON In last Cleveland, the 9th lust , by Bey. A. M. Richardson, Mr. L. Parka, of I tic, N. Y., to Miss Olivia U. John son, of hast Cleveland. SPECIAL XOTHT.S. is Let at be Merciful to Ourselves. to in A to is is The physical atrnctnr. of the atrongest human being Is vulnerable everywhere. Oar bodies are endowed by natnre with a certain negative power, whick protects them to some extent frost nnwhole- ome influences; bnt this protection is Imperfect and cannot be safely relied on in unhealthy re gions, or under circumstances of mora than ordi nary danger, Therefore, It la wisdom. It Is pru dence, it ia common sense, to provide against sack contingencies, by taking au antidote in advance ia other words by fortifying the ayatom with course of HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BITTIBS, the moat complete protective against all the epl. demie and endemic maladies that has ever been administered in any ejuntry. As a remedy for Dyspepsia, there ia no medicine that will compare with it. Whoever suffers the pangs of Indiges tion, anywhere on the face of the earth where Hostetter's Bitters can be procurred, does so voluntarily; for aa anrely as Truth exists, this invaluable Tonic and Alterative woald restore bis disordered stomach to a healthy condition. To the Billions It is also especially recommended, and in cases of confirmed Constipation it affords speedy and permanent relieL In Canada, the West Inciea. and Australia, the Bittern rank above all other medicines of tbe elaas, and the de mand for tbem in all foreign countries increases very season. A Kemedy for tbe Piles. It is a bleating a U the Buffering to know that we have aa effectual cure for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P. natarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio, takes great pleasure in informing all who ars suf fering with piles, that he need a small quantity of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it affected a per manent cure. Thia seems to be the ease with all who make nse of thia splendid preparation. It ia manufactured at No. 6 East Fourth street, Ciacla nan, vjoio, ana soiu Dy au trrnggists. neuron uuunam. Ulev.land. u. mys-115 OPTICAL. J 8. PIRLIT, the reliable Optician, itil . continues to Rive universal aatlaflxetlnn la th Sractice of his profession. No. 133 Superior atne ohnaon Bouse Building. aa. It is to the advantage, of all. when snoaH eate a sense as that of eight ia concerned, t deal v. .1 Hw.unii ..in, wao maces ao raise Eretenaiona ; alao a lull assortment of Optical aad IftthMDette.1 In.trem. fnlvl WHUX WASH BKUSESS All lliei. For tale by M vBTBCHIIaL ft BB0TT1X1L -:. WOitario-ft, FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. THURSDAY EVENING, May 10,1866. The local money market works steady, and there is nothing particularly new to re port There is a good demand forjoans, which ia freely met, prime paper finding no difficulty of negotiation. Balances keep well up, and currency ia comfortably easy. Eastern Exchange remains close, and no material improvement in the supply may be expected before June, when large deliv eries of oil are to be made in New York. At present there is nothing of consequence go- I tng lorwara. Kates are steady as previously aunted I """' --", me price Closing at iJ.it. Ane inaications at present point I to a continued firmness, and the opinion is I ventured on some hands that an advance to considerably higher figures will occur. For eign Exchange is now at the specie ship ung point and firm, and the tone of the English cotton markets, as last reported, was unfavorable to cotton movements, which are the chief regulator of the exchanges. It is to be considered, however, that the upply of gold on the market is at present large, while the Sub-Treasury holds close upon eighty millions, a good portion of which would undoubtedly be used, if ne cessary to prevent a radical advance in the premium. And it ia safe to count upon a favorable turn to the foreign markets before any decided impression could be made upon our large specie balances, even estimating shipments at the extreme figure of a mil lion a week. Government securities continue firm and steady, but our dispatches report the mar ket quiet The tendency ot prices is up ward, and should the proposed 5 per cent loan be authorized, and gold remain firm. higher prices will prevail for all classes of governments. In this market to-day governments were unchanged; Gold firmer. Tbe closing rates are as follows : Buying: Belling. tr 12Urt Silver large.. -IS lZa 12S Silver .mall . ..120 Sixes of 1831, coupons.-. .Wt Five-twenties (1hi2) ex 4nterest..l01 Five-twenties, 11864) 101 .! Five- twentiea, (1866) " 101 S. Bevea-lhlrtiee, (1st series,) 101) my. 1021 1U3 102 to nevea-tmruea, rza ana edaeraas)101 Teo-sorue., p ua Compound-in t. Notes. '64. 108,31 Ciimponnd-int. Kotea, '&..... UZiglOf. HXi(&WG Commercial advices from New York to day report a reaction on Flour and Wheat, and the market reports from the West rep resent a similar movement there, wheat selling in Milwaukee to-day at $1,BS(5,1,S9, against $1.92(u,1.93 yesterday. In this market Flour was characterized by an un settled tone, and except for very choice qualities red and white, which are firmly held, reliable prices could not be obtained. Holders ot common grades mamicsted a disposition to force Bales, and good qualities country XX red were offered at $9,75, but buyers seemed unable to see any margin, and these apparently favorable offers did not succeed in inducing purchases. The market closed dull and weak for common grades. In Wheat there was a steadier market for Milwaukee spring, prices open- in? and closing at $2,1 S 2,20 for No. 1 to arrive; but though Bell era maintained their views firmly, buyers had no confidence and could not be induced to take hold, and tho market ruled inactive as to actual Iran sac lions. There were no other varieties offer ing, and no inquiry for any but spring. Corn was in moderate request and lc lower. Oats were without sale, but are firmly held. Provisions are rather quiet, but prices are firm Mess Pork closing at an advance of $1,00 per bbl., and Lard lc per lb. Butter is lower and drooping, and the market dull. Potatoes are very active, decidedly higher and advancing. Petroleum is firm and in good inquiry for bonded at quotations, with a strong upward tendency. The receipts and shipments at this point of Produce and Merchandise, during the 24 hours ending at 7 o'clock this morning, were as follows : Becetved. Shipped. Floar, bbla.... Wheat, bash Corn, bush.... Oata, bash ... Live Hags, No. 415 .. 6S.918 3.90U 1.3CO 34 . son 2,lt 3,878 .l.OTrf.OOO 667,000 ?.H,0UO Z 1023 I 44S,07U S,3UO 4,6M 7. 24,185 tiUO 420 2,609 3,667 uettie, as. Sheeep, Na ButttT, Ib... Cheese, lbe.. Lamber, ftxt hhingl., Ho Lite., No SlATrtl, NO Ooel, tn. Iroii Ore, toil. Iron, lb. ... . Nails and Spikes, lba Potatoea, bash....w... Petroteam, bbla..... Tallow, Ita.. . Hides two 221,100 lzl,250 42,000 11,000 1,261 178 212,450 181,3UU 2,842 2 21 11,936 306 Salt, bbls. 2.(KK 12 360 142 58 814 859,480 wool. lee. Fish. bbls. 137 Whisky, bbls Merchandise, pkga. HlsceUaaeoas, lbs 2,167l 404,600 Cleveland Wholesale Market THURSDAY EVENING, May 10,1866. a Floor The market la very much nntettlcd, and It la difficult to make reliable quotations. Very choice grades red and white, standard brands, are firmly held, while common qualities aro Irreg ular and mainly nominal. Good country XX red was offered oa 'Change at $9,75. Small sales choice cpring were made at f 10,76. Bayers are looking for a reaction ia prices, and are consequently la the market for more than sufficient to meet cur rent wants, Wheal The tone of tho market to-day was steadier, and operators ware able to name prices, but buyers, though Inquiring freely, were indis posed to meot the views of sellers, and this In disposition was strengthened by the afternnon dis patches from New York, reporting a nominal de cline of 39 5c. Ko. 1 Milwaukee spring opened and closed firm at 12,182,20 asked, to arrive, bnt we heard of no transactions. A sale of 2000 bn was made last evening at 2,18. There Is no spring here la the hands of merchants, and sales can only be made to arrive. No ether varieties were offer ing to day, and prices are nominal. The market closed quiet. Gorat Quiet and lower. Sales 5 cers No. mixed from atweat COc; 2000 bn dodo at tVc; ears prime yellow at 62c, Oata-Quiet, but firm at 50c for Ko. 1 Elate from store. Bye Inactive and naiina. Barley Quiet and nominal Pork Quiet, bnt firm, closing $1,00 better for Mess. No. 1 City Mess fftJ.GO; No. 2 Mess 129,00; Clear 932,00. Iasamt Firmer, closing lc better for City -ren dered. Sales 1500 lbs at 22r In tierces and 23c in kegs closing at 23 Q 21c. Sales KMX) Ibesonntry rendered at 20c. Hama Steady. Sales 2500 11 City Sagar cared, canvassed and nncanvassed. at 21 and 22c, Country-cured held at 1920c. Shetaldere Steady. Sales rity-cured at 14c Country-ctired 1314e. Bacoa, Held at 18c for clear; 19c for sugar cured uncanvaased; 30c for do canvassed. Mess Beef la moderate demand and steady at 918,00. Kxtra Meaa 920,00. Iried Beef Ia good demand and steaJy at 24c canvassed and 23c nncanvassed. Batter Dull and drooping. Prime yellow held at 'Miotic ; Inferior qnalit.es not wanted and nominal. Ckeeoe Unchanged. The market is moder ately well (applied with the new crop, which is In fair request at 1016c( according to quality Ban's Steady. Sales 10 bbls at lCc. Hisjkwlaieav Steady. Sales 20 bbls at 12,23. leotiol Steady. Held at 94,44,53 for M per coat. Cologaa Spirits, M per oect., 94,63. Nu tral Proof Spirits 92,352,40. PoarolcstBB Firm, and ia good inquiry. Bondea held at 374(38c for last of May and Jane delivery on cars here, aad 44c same delivery In New York. Free 57i58c for standard grades. Oils Steady and firm. We quote: Lhattod. 91 GSi Whale, W. B 91 70 Elephant, W. B. 1 70 Sperm, W fl....... 9 65 SUBlUM. sHsaSAavasasa 1 36 biratt c ,91 6001 75 11 w -sal 65 Clree Apples-Held at 9,008,00 per bbL jrfe1 Apples There are none in market. Dried Peaehes Finn. Pared 30c ; TJnpared, halves, 90(32Se ; quarters, 18c. Potatoes Ac ti rs and higher. Sales 2 cars Peach blows Is bulk at 91,10 per ba; 1 .car do do at 91,12 ; 700 bbls do do at 93,?03,25 per bbl.: 109 bbla Western red at 92,85. Prime white in moderate request at 11,75(52,00 per bn ; Inferior grades not wanted. Hay la fair demand. Loose selling at a range of 910,0016,00. Beater pressed 918,0020,00. IsStkO Flato In fair demand. No. 1 Whlte- Ita 98,50 per half bbl; No. 1 do 18,00; Pickerel, 98,00; Trout 9T,OOdj7t60; Herring 96,25. jTcatkeia Pales Prime Uvs geese at I0&5e. Tallow Quiet. Held at 10c for city, 9c for country -rendered. Salt Ftrm at 91,65 tat Fine; 92, CO for ooaras Oseoaafa; 92,55 for Saginaw. Hopo-nra. Held at a raagaof x66e for Heir Tnt, Micbigaa and. Ohio. Kali Barley Malt steady at $1,40(31,50 1 ba, the outside price for prims No. I Canada. Ale and Porter Ws quote as follows : Pre set Ue XX Ale f 10,00 ; Stock 113,0014,00 ; Kaa- aatt $18,00; Pal Cream 111,00; Porter f 12,004 U,C0- Water I.lme In fair demand and firm at $2,00 for Akron and Oswego. Planter PoweU's land plaster Irs at 112,00 V :on at Mill. Calcined 14.00 bbl. Cleveland Family Market. THURSDAY, May 10.1806. B. low we give the Mail price, of Hie chief ar ticlea of family nee iu Meats, Vegetable, and g-n- ProJ-ice, prevailing to-day with the Onta- " .. a.., ruieu .rrJ lIur,u8 l't wt-es, and w. note very lit- ,ow -nd ,h, tendency is downward. r.rr. l,.r. declined. 'Oiherarti.lt. are anrhang d. Mia Boef rib roaat B-T airloin strak H ISnc pr lb ac r lb 153: ft lb I0fj;c pr lb l-iKial V p-r lb -2V p. r lb tc per lb Fresh Veal ... Frab Mutton.... . Corned Deef. Drit-d l-t I Ham ... Shonlder, in bulk Shon Ider , elired ......... .. Bacon Salt Pork rib......... Salt Perk clear hc pt-r lb to pr lb Ale per Ik lnc per lb 17c per lb 16c prlb 16c per lb 17c par lb Pork Steak- Pork rib roat .. Fresh Pork clear Sausage .... Lard, rendered.... 19e per lb He per lb per lb 40e per lb Lard. leaf. Psodcce Bntter choice table (."llfV?S . . . HSSIMM fiesB t6c per lb .y-joc dozen 2.va28e per lb fOULTET AND Flf H Ch ickeu Tar key 9..... Pickled SImoo t$ tOc per lb 25c pur lb m-t36c per lb Smoked Salmon.. ....... Smoked Halibut ZC per lb 15c per lb 25c per lb 20Q2c per lb I'ialOe per lb 60c dozen 60c dozen 3flc per peck 20&jc per peck Smoked Haudock. Smoked Mackerel .... Baited Mackerel....--.. Codfish.. HerriDg.. ....... Yarmouth Bluater a. TBOETaVBLRS Irish Potato Tn mi pa . Onions.......,...... 25c per peek 5 8c a bunch ft t$lv per head 6 (5 10c a bunch per ptvk 10(3 i '2c doz head lCc apiece Mew Onion . La ttuce ...... ....... MH B ad i is lies Spf nach . A spa rag a j 'acanib r. ........ ....w Pie Plant . Beet. .....-... Parsniiia...-....... Hotuin v ................... 8 10c per head 45(4$ j0c per peck ikc per peek u(a2c quart Dorse RadUh M 10(9 lc per root Cucumber ifklrs, iu Yiuegar..li.)-2v2.V perdoz, Fecit Apples........ Gr Hints Prunes Oranres.... Lemons Pint Applng ..7.V(S1,00 per peck . iJtac per lb ....L ........ ' per lb ..... SOiilOOc per doz, ............... 25(g50cper doz, 5ia 750 each Crauberries , HlCkorj rwlltn H one y st raj nnl , Maple SiiKair ... .... 20(tiic per oort ..... 75c per peck c pur iu .... 20S25c pvr lb WOOD Hickory on dock .... 18 00 per cord H.ckorv Sawed and tiulit ! 75 per cord Beach and Mapleon dock 7 per cord Beach aud Maple, sawed a uplit 8 75 pr cord Tiii is added to these prices, (or delivery, flii. Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.] Pittsburgh, May 10—1:40. A. M. The oil market exhibits increasing business, and prices tend upwards. Crude receipts 3100 bbls. Sales 8K bbls. Refined saUs 00 bbls. Crude adTancing. Sales light ol) In bulk at 18c; fair gravities 14c, closing at I V for 3 gravity ; In eluding packages 20c. Beflnetl firm ; holders asking aa advance, sales bonded free on cars at 36c; June delivery 37c immediate delivery Philadelphia 42-: for June 44c. Free dull and not wanted. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT [Special Dispatch to Western Medicated Press.] NEW YORK, May 10. raeit')Z. At tht-Pro.lure Exchange Rjnr and wheat oponed nigm r, i.ut closed dull. COTTuX. The move raenti In cotton are moderate, bnt market is firm at 34:aa5c. Mhe stx;k in all ports is 41U.000 bales, after a total export for the woek 4.1 aw bales. ThA receints at the norts s nce Sep tentber reach l,7b6,(AjO bales, and since th close tbe war in April, last year, 2,150,(hjo. There protably iIO.imiO baU's yt to come forward. flOLP. Gold cla)d at 12. MOXCT. Money market r-maios easy. BTKRLIMO KXCHANOE. SerliD(C Exchange is quiet end Arm at 109; biuk-ra tiilH. BAILWAT 0TOTE3. The stock maiket was firm. QUOTATIONS. At the 4 oVlork board, the follow iog were DnnciDai sates: Western Cdiob Telegraph CS-'S; Quicksilver or; Hanpesa prt-rerred At-w lora tvutrai 92. PKTBOLECM AND MINING STOCKS Petroleum and mining shares were quiet, afternoon, without any apeclal etiange. sav aeons. But little change to-day in prices. The market Is firm and steady. QUOTATIONS. 3i The following are the prices reported at the (Jooas axe nance : Brown Sheeting Atlanta 20; Amoskeaur A do. B. 21; Appleton A 21; do. '. 19; do. I. 20; E. 17; Atlantic A 21; Dwight A. 20; do. R. Howard A. 19; Nashua extra 1; .Salmon FaUs Shawmut n; start a. iw; superior IaL 19. Blrached Shirting Amoakeag A. 3t; Bartlett' 30; Dwight 35; Forostdale 34; Harris Ko. t Home xr, Hope 29; James 29; Maovillc Co. Newmarket A. 23; Plymouth A. 19; Pertmonth 20X Ked BAnk 21. Prints Allen's 17; American 17; AmosknaglOK; Arnold s 15; Cocheco 19; Dunnells 17; Freeman 15 ; (jtarner A Co. 18 ; Hamilton 18 ; London Mourning 15; Lancaster 1ft; Merrimac D. 18. Brown Drills Amoskoag 24; Rtot 2."; Globe Masaachnsetts 25; Peppeiell 24; Stark.H. ?.; Y throo 18, lHsmms Arlington Brown 3i ; do. Blue Amo:keag32; Manchester 3; Mass. 35; Ne' York 40; pearf River 50 ; Suffolk A. 3; Warren Brown 32; Wide-world 3. Cottonades Wfilttenden 40. Financial. NEW YORK, May 10. a aa 4jiJiiur iai sajs : 1 2 ' The stock market Is more active than for several days past, with a very general advance in prices. ine tone oi tne mar Bet is decidedly nrm. and buy ers' options of 15 to 30 dars are nut oat more free ly. Michigan Southern cliques ars dissolved, stock has been in process of distribution for some days past, which accounts fur the late weakness, it is reported, However, that other psrties are tak ing noid oi tne stocK witn a view to mam on i at i a further advance. The prite reee to 7e this murnmK. iiveiauu anu riiisuurg more active an advance oi Miscelliuous stocks are quiet, except QnK kni ver, which is active and firm at 56(5, 56,. Spring jnoupwjin S.OU1 aoia aown to ti, ana ciosea 47. Governments are auiet but firm. C of 18fil. i favorite security, rose . 7-VJs are firm, the vrm cioatog at iuzft. Money continues very abundant. There is a demand from tho street, which is eenerallr met 5 per cent, with exceptions at 4 per rent , moat wo guvoruiueni routtierais. The banks are still receiving remittances of cn renc irom tne wat, and all indications aunear peint to a continuance of the prevailing ease. rnme papvr is eagerly sought after at &mti cent, for choice names and short dates, and t($7 per t on, iwr iut monins. Gold is leu actire. The supply brought by New York from A spin wail has slightly relieved inarKi. mere is very uttie speculation and loans are mane nt. Foreign Exchange is qniet. The alvan'e in rates nas cjtecKea tne apposition te tmy. Bates are suf ficiently high to admit of the ex oort a tion of treaa urs, and we understand the shipment of bar gold and doubloons on .Saturday is likely to he quite consider aoic. NEW YORK Market—May 10. Cotton Firm, with fair demand. Sales at 34(3 35c for middling; and by auction to-iley, for gov ernment account, 1503 bales New Orleans and Mo bile cotton at CTftij0 for ordinary to low mil dllng. Floue Cpened lOl.V better, but with much less excitemtnt, bnt closed dull and nominally 10 iiic lower. balea at ,8,90(I,Si for estra state ; f 11,05 lu, for extra round hoop Ohio, $10. 3ti 13,?', Ior braoda. Jdarket closing qniet. WniaEI Vuiet. Sales at 12,22.27 for west ern. Wueav Opened Eomtnall, S4e higher, closing dull and nominally asoc lower than yesterday quotatioaa. Salea at S2.CH for Eood No. 2 Milwankee: 82.15 fi2,2Ufor new No. 1 do; 92,0Oii2,6O for winter red western; 32,u30bush of prims whiu French and Spanish wheat offered, to arrive soon, and tor which f .GO per bush was bid. Bte Active and decidedly better. Sales western at SOriSSc. Coaa Firmer. Salea at Sue for nnaonnd, Bfrasfe for sound mixed western, notn in store ana aenrereii. OAra A shade firmer. Salea at 4aMe for aew weatern, 563o1c for old do. CorrEE Steady. !ales at 25c lor Java. Scsae Steady. Salea at lujifilliic lor Cuba: lWtialMc for Porto Bico; Havana at 1C"-.(S1S"-.. Molasses Doll. Sales at TiTSe for Porto BICO. PETEOLEmf Tiros and HMie active. Salea at 2Ke for crude, and 4 for refined la bond. Pose Firmer but closed irrezular. Sales at 10,rX(i30,3 for new mess, closing at Hl,iJ for cash; S29,0U(;9.2S for old mesa; ,24,7.25,ClO for prime. Also ion bbls new aseaa for Mar. June, and July, aeller'a and buyer's option, at t i,37X?aSl,nu. Beee Hams Firm Sales of 10.1 bbls at (41,9) 42,SO. bbet ateatiy at previons pm.. Cot Meats Firmer and more active. Salea at VMSWic tor shoulders, and 17X9 19c for hama. IIACOE vniet anu ncj. Sales of short clear at lee. j"?lll.T. Slea at 1SS22WC. Alao 250 bbls tor June, sellers option, at 224. - Rrrma Havy. cuir. a iu, van,, ana S8(S48c for state. Uuiti full. Daw. a. i .'a -. i o . FaxiGHTS to LrvsaeooL Dull. N. Y. Money Market—May 10. i laay an steady at 43 per cat. Bteeum BiHAes Firm at 10g0. Oolo Firmer, opening at 12S)j and closing at N. Y. Stock Market—May 10. neramnKirr Stocks Stoady. Treasury note. 7-30. lit aeries. 1!': do 3d series, vn;V. 8 5s, 10-40 coupons 9ft;a; U. 8. 6s of '81, Ha1;, 5-20 coupons of ttt, lfJ; U. S. 3s, 74; coupons siidorsed, 90. stocks Steady. Milwaukee and fit. Psnt &fl- sin nrefttrred IV-Cl Cbicaao and Kock Island H; Cleveland and To- it'oo i'"4; tLliicago and North we tern preferred Cleveland aud Pittabnrgh SltrhJgaa aiitbern l.e-niim 1"7: aria T-P-ui Htdsea Westorn Uition Telegraph ti. Buffalo Market—May 10. Flop Ittra state ho'd at S'-.V': sorim tra I V- 10,60; white winter i'.'.m. 14,u. Wheat Vim bnt quiet. Light oiTerlrcs htltl t'2,S for No. 1 Milwaukee spriue. Cokn Mixed Chi-RK at 5"(af:c; Ko I held aft 115. Oats Steady at 4i(45c lor AJIIwaakee. Bbiii new atavtM.o. Caal FaKlHTs- Dull. To New York : earn lie; oats 7c. To Albany : Corn 8'-r; oats lumber, pine 51,5); walnut (5,50, anil toll. Ki-inprH flour ::i3 bbu; wheat l'W.tM bash: corn 313.C4.9; oats 15,:54. '.x.h KtPOkTg rionr it); corn, i,jXr, oats MO-, r 1340 bush. Oswego Market—May 10. tLQvm Ac tire and tho higher. Sales at l,?5 ,alu,tH tor po 1 sprlns;; j.l.T.-raiv.uo lor red intvr; ijits;i1ao ior aa. Whkat ttcarr. Arm and h-'aher lc of So 2 re1 Indiana at Si,t-". Co Unlets Oats Nominal. Bablcy Nominal. Bye Nominal. Psas Nominal. Camal FariGBTS-Eitt d. Fljur 4V- bbl: whrat 10c, corn 8c and oats ftrt per bushel to New Turk. Toledo Market—May 10. Flock Actire. Wheat Firm. New Mich lean lc better, other grades l-'c bo' tor. tales of new white Michigan at 2,78; eld amber SV3; new amber H, No 1 new amoeriij.wr, ay ao cork ac iMitter. Males at 5e tor No 1. Oats Quiet. La m Imports Dull and nomioa'. Chicago Market—May 10. Flovb Dull end tends downward. Wheat Unsettled, openine at 91.78ftl.79. later at 9l,7iK31,71, closing feverish wiibade- ciininr tendency; No. 2 closed at $1.23(31,25. uobm active ana advanced ic. rales at !'' c. Oats Steady. Sales at 33&34c. Provisions Firm. Dim Pore Advanced oOcraSl.OJ. tlvsiua at Fbbiouts Acttvtj; 9c on corn to Buffalo. Bbcripts Flour 8,000 bbls; wheat t.COO ba: 00 rm U 2,000 ba; oats 4 -,0O bn. Shifmest Flour 6,600 bbls.: wheat UOOOba.; corn Tg,500 ba; oats 13,000. Milwaukee Market—May 10. Ftoua Dull. W BKAT Sales at 91 ,88;11 ,E9. Oats Firm at Freights Firm. Receipts Wheat t4,C00 ba.; Flour Cot) bbls. Shiphents Flour 2UU0 bbls: wheat 3G.10O bo: SS.Ooo oats. Milwaukee Market—May 10. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. The following are the rates charged by aa ; Hams Sugar-eared premium bams v. il Oabvassrd Hams ww 22 14 Dricd Bret Sbocldbbs Suar-cnred ji canvassed. ... 15 Bacon Or Smoked Sides jt ft 19 LtABD rnme iicatkettie-rnd dinDbisortr ii rnme iai Kettie-rad a in aegm y a PoBK No. 1 mess bbl 1 extra clear hta...,.. 81 08 Light mess... 28 00 STNo extra chariceausJe for packasea or cart age to railroad depots or boats. AU articles are warranted strictly prime, and equal to any thiag ia promptly BOSS A PEFSTIS8. Nne. 149. 144 and ltfl fntrU. utraet .1. V. Painter, BACKER, HI Superior atreet, Cleveland, Ohio nEALia ia UNITED STATES BONDS Specie and Foreign Exchange. way uirRlti MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED Mat 10. of oi are Stmr Mornina Star. Viger. Detroit, 671 bbls and t-oi sacks potatoes, lu. half bbls flan, 230 bbls flour. 2.'..0UO lath. 7000 ft lumbar Prop Passaic, Mitchell, Dunkirk, dry goods, gro eerier, naniware Schr E H Gitbort. McManus. Osweso Schr Conquest, Mafers, Milwankee, 9,010 busheli wneat Schr Roeder, Yoottr, Falrport Schr Ann Maria, Capron, Osweeo Schr Gov U.int, Pvmbie, Bay City, 127 leet lumber Schr Alzora, Drake, Kfngsrille Scow Orion, McVea, Richmondvilie, 85 m ft ber, &ti m shingles, 15 m lath Scow Gen Sbonnan, 0 Reiley, Sandnaky Scow Magdalena, Roberts. Kelley's Island Scow Sutler Girl. K-lso. Kellev s Island Scow May Br3ez, Parsons, Gibraltar, 3 ia feet inmoer, ov m sningies, iu m lain CLEARED. for the this 21 do. IU; 22; Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit, 22 lbs iron, S52 kegs nails, 045 pkgs mda Prop Olean, Brown, Dunkirk, 112 bbls flour, 1 hhds tobacco, sundries Prop Chicago, Wells, Chicago Prop Meteor, Wilson, Ontonagon Prop Passaic, Mitchell, Toledo Bark City, HeariaS, Caicago, 400 ttn coal Bark Danube, M unlock, Saginaw Brig SC Walbridge, McAdaas, Detroit Brig Geo M A bell, Bamsdeil, Saodheach Schr W H Chapman, Russell, Sheboygan Schr Mali ala, Bedford, Pt Huron Schr Southwest, Carr, Chicago, 150 tons coal Schr Belle (Sheridan, Davis, Chicago Schr C J Roeder, Younr, Chlcajzo Schr K K Gilbert, McManus, Oswego, 225 ton coal Si nr .nary aiuenne, rerry, Kowan Schr Jessie, bmiih, Stanley Schr Forest, O N.-il, Bowan Schr P E Young, Anger, Kor mandate S ow Black Rover, Jennings, Pt Clinton Scow Union Star. Fick, Detroit, ltiO tons coal Scow Orian, McVea, Richmondville Hcow MagdHlena, Roberts, kel lex s Island Sc&w Sutler Girl, Mlso, Marble head 29; 22; 3f, and the per the the s ef COM MISS'N MERCHANTS a. aroHES. ixavs. davis. ECGHES A SATIS, FOB WABDINQ, PB0DU01 ASS General Commission Merchant?, SEXTON'S FIB I PB00F BLOCS, 31. 33, 37 AND 39 JXF.KWIJI STREET CleTeUnd, Ohio. a" Personal attratloa given to lb. parchaae and sale of Highwines, Araln, Hour, and all kinds oi KAmmij rroonce. mar.l:K SPBAKKLS BOS, FORWARDING PRODl'CE GENERAL rO.liMIriSION MERCHANTS, And dealers la Grain, Flonr, PrarMots, Halt, Waler a.isise, isn. sseeaia, tialter, JUard, Ac BarlDR pnrchaaed the lnteroat ef A. Bnrgert, in the drns of dprankle A BnrEert. the nnderalea- ed will carry on the above baaineas at their old atana, noa. 87 and e aierwln street, Cleveland, LtlDeral advancea made oa consl,nments. . ap5-:tta gjf BAiHt)g A SON aiaA,...u iAiaA.a. a. biiu.e, a. naaaa, ROBERT, HlXXl A 10, Successors to Henna, Oarrataoa A Co., WHOLESALE CROCERS, rorwardlng A CommlsstoD Verehants AED OCALIBS.ia raoiiucB, balt, fish, Ao. Oentral lEchange, Noa. IS, and 171 Blver atra CirrsusD, Onto. aa. Agents for the Cleveland, Detroit and Lake anperlorAOMOf Steaawrs. aaSB I860. B. T. LT0X, 1S66. (Catabiiehed in 1841. COMMISSION MERCHANT ABB FORWARDER, 4'LEVELASD, OHIO. NOS. 59, 61, S3, 45 AND 67 MEBWIB BTBIET. AG EXT OF THI Salt Company- of Onondaga, 8TBACU8B, N. T. HEWMIi'S AKRON WITER LIME 1 EMEMT CO. BUFFALO, N. T. Dealer In Flour, Grain, Prowiaiona, Salt. Waler .sue, -inier, r l.n. asapa, Bmln, Hlvhwlmca,(lseae, Batter, dr. ate. Strict personal attention given to the purchase i m jrcnaiioise ana rrtMiace on orders. aaThe Coaunlssloo for the pnrcbaa. and sale or froperty, at sncn rates a may be adopted by tne noaru ot iraqe irom time to time. ms-.ai3 CLARK A SA.1F0RD, (Successor to Clark A AVockeleUar,) Produce Commission Merchants, A.. DUU. I. Brain, Seeds, Flonr, Fish, Water Lime, Plaster, uoarw, . J ii", wwhu, ootas susa Dairy Bait. BTos. S, 41, 48 and 4s Blver street and oa ths Dock liiisT.ii.nv. VUIV. Property received by Bailroad or Canal, for Salt ar BhiDment. Will give neraoual attention to th ale aad pnrehaae ol f reduce aad Merchandise oa eommiaaioa. Liberal uasa Advance, mane oa uoaslgnsseata. Safer to Baaineas Man aad Bankers feaeraiiy. aaohfcBI EE. FETTIT. jom aOLLAE FETTII A H0UA5D, (Sacceesors to Maloae, Pettit A Co., lata Haass, A McBride.) PRODUCE COtlMISftlOM AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. AGISTS FOB TBB lake Saperlor line ef8teaa.cn aad rropeiien. OFFICE MD WMEHOUSE 071 BJ srVES STREET. OLBVBLAND, OHIO. Tha moat strict narsoaal attention paid tolas BUlng oi an oroera. Ail Derai caaa anvaooM maoe on eoBajgneaenw. SJsT-W. kp aonstaatlv on hand to. ohulcasl brands of Ohio aad Indiana Flour, Pork, Oraia, Ac, for ami. oa Coausiaaloa. TMalers la Oarboa aad Labricatinr Oils, Salt, Water UaaevBatter uaeeao. Adira. uams. aaa au awn i rrpauts, AMUSEMENTS. ACADEMY OF Ml SIC lhe A. Ueeer.Haaagar B. H. 0ar7Traaarar. Peicaa tr ADMisaioa. Dren Cirela mnt .... rnette, 50 cent. ; Keeerved 8eaU to Dresa Cirri. M eenu ; anil, Circle, 60 cents: OsJkar.. aft mi.: Private Boiea, JOand ts ; Single Beat, ia Prlvat. Boxes, I,UU. uoora open at 7:on. Certain rises at 7-4A. Colored DKaaaa will, ander no elrmm.t.. k. permitted to occupy eats In any ether portion ot the bona., save the GelWrv. Ajasiasaoa jaeeata. BtNIFIT OF MBS. WABBIH KD0AAT0M, MISS JULIA DALY. bewillappfar this evening aa wPunaiia An. pleby" la Our American Cousin, IntroduotUK sev eral ravonte songs. Mr. Sam Uvea aa 14 Paddy Fiaocgan" in the Fair of Mullen gar. This FRIDAY IV IN I NO. Mav 11th. 18ttf. 11 be presented the 3 act Conudv. b Chailfa Gay lor, atitWd orn American rorsnc. Toconclnde with the favorite Drama ll tied THE FA1K OF Xl UEXfiABf Irelwnil aitel AmerifS. O. CLAIM ACENTS. D. W . CAGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lnd Authorized MllUarj Claim Agent, Office 13 Case Bloek, Kear Paaiefflee, iieveiana. "Collects Bounties, Back Fay and Prix oney; procures Pension Certificates for Mothers. Widows. Ornhans and Invalids: nroaaeutM H u Claims of every description. . Aided by a competent ASSISTANT IN WASHINGTON, we ar prepared to undertake the settlement of, and will give special attention to, claims la which otrbb attobkris bavb r ailed. 1. HQ success, no fees. . fcb!3 6. M. BARB 11, Late XJeat. Oot, 187th O. T. I. Avatliorlzed ItUIitary Claim Agent Office No. 22. Superior street, OleVBland Ohio, Local aad Goveramant Boaatiea ooUected and PtMulon Certificates proenred. Apptloatioa by letter wiii raeelva prompt at tea StOB. aepiT 'M. 15. pBESTOJf, (atabllaaed Oaeaaabar, leal.t LUeBsed A Army A Claim Agtt, OFFICI NO. 1 LTMAM'g BLOCK, ear Court Boos oa Pnblio Square, Cleveland, O. We collect Penalona. Bonate. Back Pav. Prize Money and all other War Useless. Jjand w arrant, bought aad sold. WE- Our Special Agent, resident at Wasbhsgtoa . C. Eives pereona: attention to ALL eledma Aled by na. mm- soldiers or 8861, ',2 aad 'S3 can bow am their Discharge with na te obtain their Boanty, al though tha Law aa. not yet passed. aca.xeee low. Crmen Lenenwre spoken. JanM TRANSPORTATION. 11866. NAVIGATION OPEN TO DUNKIRK. KOTirR TO SHIPPER. TBE EEIEltAILWAY STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S LINK Of First Claa. SCBEW STIAMEB8 will now ma regularly Ior tha aiiasrm, leaving Oeveland dally, connecting at DTTSKIBK WITH TUB IBIB BAILWAT FOB !VEW TORH, BOSTON, HART FORD, KEW II A VEX, PROV IDENCE, WORCESTER, -URIDGEPORT, TACXTON, and all the principal Cities and Towns In the Hew Kngland States. Also, to Dunkirk and all points on the tine of the Erie Railway. fjrartiea snipping by this route ran get tha benent of the reduced rstes via the Lake, both aa be Eastward and Westward boned Fri ight. W&Jtor through rates and bills of lading, ap ply ac the Company's Office, luft River street, Cleveland, Ohio. w. d. rrsniAO, Agt. A. II. Waro, Agent, 240 Broadway, Mow Tork. W. H. Dabxisig, Agont, 24o Broadway, an X Eenth street, K. B. Johb 3. Dun lap, Agent, 13 State strest, Bostiia. ap!4:314 . 1866. THE NORTHERN TRAXSPORTaTIO" C0n or ohio, Will dnring the present seaeoa ma taelr well known ami noDBlar L.1&. of FIRST CLASS H4 RF.W nTEAMEKS BEOtiLAEET BET WE EE Ojderisburgli, Tape TInrent A Osweso, Ar CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE AND CHICAGO, Touching at Iatanaadiate Porte. Connecting at Ogdenabnrgh with the Bairroada Ibr Boatoa, Portland, Lowell, Lawrence, Nashua. Eeene, Manchester, Concord, Wore ster, Fitehbnrgh, Bellows Falls, Batlaad, BurlingWa, Ac, ao. At Cape Vincent with the Bailroad for Kew Tork. AtOawegowlth a Line of first elasa Canal Boats for Albany, Troy and New Tork and with tha Bail Boad and Canal Linos at all Westers Forts. Steamers leave Ctevelaad for TOLEDO DAILY; for DBTBOIT, MILWAFIH and CHICAGO, every TCESDAT, THCBa n a t .. sivraniv . n., v., nr li ter OSWECO, CAPB VINCENT and OODIKSBCBOB. mW Through Fright suljact to bnt fisk. Transhipment. A0EN7B. J. Mtbes, ) Ko. 9 Astor H. HiaaaE. J House, N T. O. Beees, 74 Pearl at. NT. CaaaLaa ALUSoa, Oawa- t, . T. Walxib, Haves A Co., Toledo, Ohio. 0. J. Hale, Milwaukee. Joan Hocxnso, Me. 7 State-at Boatoa. Geo a. leev, Og densburgh, N. T. A. F. Smith, Cape Tia cenl, N. T. N. J. Booieb, Detroit. B. J. Howe, Cklcaav. IHOTB, 4 HILDA CO., Clrvelama, Oblo. . K. McDOLB, Paaaeager Ageat, Cleveland. 0M- mer'22:kl" 186G. 186G. LAKE SIPERIOR LINE. THE MAGNIFICENT, STAUNCH and reliable STEAMEBS named below, make apaPAII.y LINK between Cleveland aad Lto troit, aad all Ports on Lake Superior, Commencing their trips on the following days and making regular TWO-WEEK TRIPS through the season, each steamer - leaving Cleverand every alternate week oa the day. named below, at t o'clock P. M.: KEWEENAW Capt. StEWeaT, Monday, April Sink. N0BTHIBS LlttliT. Capt. M. B. Nsaca. Toetday, May 1st. CALDWELL Capt. J. H. Lewis. Wednesday, May 2nd. IBONSIDES, Capt. J. Traxia Tharsday, May 3rd. DTJBTJQTJB, Capt. McLeab. Friday, May 4lh. MINEBAL BOCK, t-apt- Jo. Mcral, Saturday, May 6ih. IBON CITT Capt. J.io. Hallaeox, Monday, May 7th. LAO LA BILL E, Capt. Jko. ErAuno, Tueaday, May aih. -METIOB, Cant. T. Wlisoa. Wednesday. May th. ILLINOIS, CONCORD.. Capt. B. O. Swxxt, Thursday, May 10th. -upt. a. mcibttbe. J riaay, stay nth. OOT. CCSHMAN.C.pt. H. W. Taoarso Saturday, May Uth. Tbe trip to Lake Superior le the aaoat beautrfnl and health. giving on the continent; BSOTerx,0is milee in extent, through lakes and rivera nnaar pa..d for beauty of arery and general attraG. tion. For particulars rogardinr the rate, el nui the seenring of Stat.roonu lur tha trip, Ac, ad- ' 4reas: B. GABBETSON A CO., Clev.laad, Ageata for IW Meteor, S. D. Caldwell, Caaaaaa, and Mlaws. Bock. r ITT IT A HOLLAND, Cleveland, Ageata Ibr tha Ironsides, Keweenaw, Illinois, and Iron Cily. BOBERT BANNA. A CO., Cleveland, Agents fop u. , i. ii bhii miMira iiBi, wncores and Tlnbnne. ap30-l$ SELF-RAISINC FLOUR. BEST ARTICLE IS CSE. I. 8. H1RRIXSI0XTJ ' SELFMISIAG FLGIR It Sarei Time, Is Iconomkal, aaS ISTXS FAILS, old In cth an title, to salt parckaaera at tk. CLEVELAND MILLS. Liberal diacoaBt t. iMeiers, This Float sands feat a trial, to be brought late, general n-w PROFESSIONAL. DENTISTRY. BmiS A GRIKXrillD hare rt aseved their Dental Bocms to Honaa aa. 009 Saietior street, opposite Cas. Building. IE. f. B. ETTXEa. josie saEExriru. imayt:ai5 CBaS. W. A C0IWAI W. H0ELR. ittontejs a Counsellors st Lab. : i . AMK-JCAI BTJaLIUJIOS, , x , IU St 1 at limrm . - !aiHa!53s tArrt) poriAI V, os.