h tre?,TU" - corner of
:- r f NlJ Th. J " 7 hut
"awdi.t. application o!ao. 5 rnblic
fttoiiitbiBsL. I iJll.lrmPdaiB Book. Tbe
Sll be liberally rrywaroM bx lwt t at
h- Vh.l.w .ttB-
lTDii a koMtki4 eave-btv tonnf
I nn av Mtit4l of ftiUJU to KIOUO. to tavke II
J IB and attend to a good business in ibis citj .
ifcr Adu vaulted. One l-fcl Ag. itb
- pital, wanted in each county In Northern
iv fitii. Jr- ao. z at water uiora, x. iw
!TED-i good eubteuUal Uoggr Iloree;
puna, tnw and fan. iodc omen neeo. uu-i.
at 177 lerwiw si rrt. iff a ir..,..
KTKD IMMFDU.TKLV ood men
a da fell kind., if Un nurk. IlKiUire Ol D.
Y, Jeckta IiMe,EucUJ street, KwK'le-
KtKD-A rood Kurse Crl to Uk- careof
iild. um that U taitninl M ffuJiWM
iu by applying at 40 ood-st. mart! 3,
tSTKD SALKSMENr-Xxperitnced Salee-
f - b and Bmik-kptrr aretw-rred. For mr-
nLavr hmJ i c.-i i.4.tnir of W. AM-
. ajiotaar column hcmtkB "ounnim
Sth n BUblN LS M ES Capable efeern-
ealries of from . to eJo per ex.
r tartianiaru can be learof4 in snottier eul
I drr h In t AteAS He. Wanted.
K PKINTEHJ WAM'ED Apolymt the
LlKTNEK-Wlthmolr noiul ( . to
I .oai vuted, to vos to luianljcturiiig two
e4 arUclrs. Imn bw cia rH'iztxl Id
II time. Addrw W. K 11JMJ. 49 Ld:ud .1.
NTED A titnatfoa. bf aiddlf-axcd man.
ax Clerk. Ro&k-h.r, Acci uotaul, LouiWa
gyor or ritor, il a rapHi peatuali a'a liai haft
tenc la Um duxit mviittoDrd lur acvcral year.,
jil bke to amiM io tbt C4nd4i-t of a Union pawtr.
' l' Irtter to j. A. ii- n't, 'i.ir.
L in i. DiuThlfU ttiih lm ranital
iDuii aiatulactarinc bnT-eribt will
il pff cent proai.
Call at ij I'ltubttfgU ttroet,
ItNTEl)-1 ALSSIltS AwtT pmwMlH or
riddrra. HAMILTON, BKUo. s CU.. 1U.0
Cmiurioja, 1; Snpsrur KMI, biovaiana, uiua.
tUid in th Tillage of Jlr-burnh. Cuyahoga
i &, Ohio, which coutatn iKtiMvanu. i
-aUn, term. c, LdrcM above. A.
SEN . ttiayl2:3
i u i a i .IE HMr Tim mod UraiB Tile : aa
ot of arraugni bever Pipa. juet the .t bin for
ua. ForaaUcheasat (Wl aid ou Can, loot
OR SALE A Frame Hon and Lot or Carroli
btreet, went Bite, ine uuuw u wjij uu
Dtn, BIW UU l-'l W M w inn" ""F
I.u iaia l.H-DHHI RAULK PitOPKBTY A
Itiood bttm baw Mill, and ow 150 acre
ace Um.f land, near Cleveland, irem uivu mj
i)R SALH-H uteandM Mo. K7 Tracy ttr.-et.
f Aiao Taat lot next w-B(, htuae contaiDJ iix
hMudagood tvUar;gOBl atU, CKieruaud grape
rob tha Place, le an ey. EnaBir m H.
S LESL at Morjtan. JtoutCb. Hut-rtor
LqC may 10.316
1 1 tt K A W A V KI1H AAI.K A two seatea
f uiily Kockaway ior aale. Kntiuire at ! AO
KtH ttA LK-A new hriok boose and lot io
ekTaland, oppoi e Dr. trtiur:tJ. ?he hoot
fttnvina 4 rnarni -in titm lffn tbtar avitd 4 ,-Miamben.
lot fa 102 leet front, t-y icct dp. For t rmi
.It to Wi. F. PA Kb Kti, hl-i Lake street, or
oe eeen oo uie preuiMi tuuei H7 use annua
day. " maynrsL
OR RAIjE 10,000 It Sogar Cnred Hami;
ttMbutar unrea MionitiftB; w but.nie
ta-.a taaa at itLUuii aaw 77 Hirer u.
pOK NAL.K 0 barrel Labrtratina' OS, of
lerentgraaes ana prictja at SLtUUU a ir.v
2 It A RE CHA.NCK tor an inTefltmaut. A bn
A. aiaeaa on Bat-enor ktraet adag a Hue trade, and
e ot the beet locations ud the siinet. Ilia n
V oiling, neks ut tie laniily and visbe to ieav
e city wor par uctuara auorbM a. uui ome.
rOK SALE One Steam Kneiae, Horse
f V ower, iron Bed rut.r ly it Url and Alain I'nl
f ; Knftioe A Horse Power, Btstriy as good aa maw
Be Koiter 4b iccneB in aiatiieu-r, leeiiuLg; iartf
suKAUt iw a Maw nni; win tie sm
ep. AP,ly to 'iiiUilAJ AlANMiSu,
LHR HALE-Uoate aod Lot lor sale ob Edward
1 street. Boar x'erry, and a lew rutin trom Kiue-
taneirBea. rtweviuu.. utunoftuw
llAKTbie AGtN rs-,.NM a year and all
pt-ueea raid. 1 want ewtiita, male aba Unuale,
eeerv couutk In the rtiitelMtt. m.ud in Kiiroiv
introduce a now paUnitts! to volition one of
sreaieei cnimenu or Aurn m science.
Pinter prucn in, aaareM w. u. witi"-ON, o.
syman-s MlocK. l. .Ireland, i.'hio. mayll:3)H
' GENTS WASTED Toaell "Llojd'. Hutorr
i. ui .mi- ,.c ni VII in VOfTnUOC, 1 00:14
lnerican btafewaien," and o her popular works
ldraefl B. b. littfeaS, Boom 4,AttH'rioaa Building,
leTelmd, Ohix ar4:3!w
eDeravuwi, '"Cnri.t Bling Lmt- c'HiHrn,"
Si'areble of the Lily," "Ltncn and Waahiuirtoiie
f .niiiW., -chant? or, Hay to limveo," "Lord,
ira)!. Ac. ddJra. B. h. OiE-feN, Boom
I laencan itnildjpg. i lerolaad. o. mar4:31,
iXTANTED Acecr. to .ell and put op Barton'
rIf '5; Aeenw not li wired to any entitled territory,
i. T. MAI .mauS, GenTl Agent, Grafton. o. apoJU
rSTANTEar-HAT.B CHANCE FOB AGISTS
ff l. .tat t'le t,eO!u 9 waul. Complete Historrotili.
ar. !i o'ol&i- vim urn. eple&dldiy iH nitrated, wiu,
f . r.ae ?rtrit. of Gi.n'raui and Battle evonut.
iie men otud. iuc:d, omplete, authentic and reha
t. history pootiahSd. It contain, reading nutttet
liUai tO tbree larirevolnei.. Wuri Cnr mrrnUn
r-aour lernu. Address JOSEd llhUM, A CO.. IdJ.
r rttir. rt . rinrtMiMtt. .-era-rmrtw
bBOK. THOMAS wuM re-pecttully inform
a. hie TrieBtts and BNtrone ttuat 1 la now rr, n.rwt
attend to hating, liair lirt-miDg and eShampDon
ig. Uair Coloritig, Ac, in the beet t le. Also, that
i" wui give am at on lion to toe rare of Corns, 1uq
4 na, and Ingrowing Aiaiia. ttbop Boaer the J ho-
,n Uoam. spl:333
.vV,l.fUW in sams to nJt et the old stand
d wvaikrwwn WAiiKSHsi UhH OFKU;E
i fteCBril:ya or erary kind, tIi : GoM and Streer
f atcbtas, Iamonds, bUtwt Ware, J.-wdry, Oust
stol. Clothing, Ury Uoods, riaeoe, Uelodeon, and
- Bereonal property and articl. of ralue. ou U most
Vitetactory terms. BusIbom strictly eutm,ia. a-
cvtiistied 1H61. St. jb. A Taiiftr of uureUeeiM.
5 1.1.-1-, ri-. . . .
t Ta. "-w in rrptrior
' street, urer
I " mMw w KHniag more.
pE15D OPS 156!
0T 1HB KKW
or S0L0MOfcA UltUS,
(6 Snpcrlor-st, opposite the Wcddell
AT- Marehant. will . 55 per een'. by pur-
a.ineatthia est blishment. aa Hi. the chesn-
wu.i v ,irw lani.
-OR LAKE SUPERIOR.
)R 11KK SCFIEIOB.'
I The .tannch steamer.
.UT. t;usciniaeiww..w. B. 1..,.,. m,, .
Kill leave our dock tor t orsax. LA. and inter-
aiaat. poru on
BATDBDAT, May 12th. at S P. M.
For Freight or Fassafe, apply to
GABBETSOK A CO.. A rents,
meyllTiH if. 1 Biter street.
t?0 8rPKEI0B' cur,
A- - - ' ft,
f ha splradid, stew and staunch -
w pfMcore siaa-wneei paiveeugt r t-ui.uicr
1 KSWKESAW OaiU ALSBTSTEWiBT,
leaTes our dock lor euperior City, Bayfield, Lb
w uaute, du saltan ua uiow yvi m, on
j MONDAY HEXT, May Hth, at o'clock P.M.
3 PenonB dVw'rons of Tisttiog the gold fields of
rerwtUoa Lake, can always relv on this beautiful
wteaaser goiuf; regnlarly aca bxoa to the haad ot
For farther tnfbnaatiofj rennHng freight or
tage apply to fiTTiT a Holland,
t!0 4t 127 and 1?9 Rie-r-t
m r eoniBUoity WILL HOT be deoefml to tie
run tarswa woo mace ias TMii.isiuna.
Tha uavlv wsf to saw aowr ewe ttahL fa by prorl
VBbf yestrBBlTso with a pair of good spectacles which
oaa only bo obtained at the old establihed and welt
t.trcrwB Optioal InstitaU of Mr. bOLOMOI.6011 '-,
M npnor streea, Bnqer ire a menrao.
W Bewmrs of travalor claiiing to bo Mr, 8oas
inrnwrn r him Aowwrn or la
j SEA SIDES!
1 Just rccedrcd by
L. BENEDICT SON,
Ip WHOLWltr AJTB BXTAIJ. .
the Second National Bank
Designated aepeslitory for
VBI en ;
GOTEUXHEXT 1 -OAS AGEXTS.
7 8-10 REASCBY NOTES,
OF ALL DKNOMIATIIOHStbetBrkeAiateB.
GOLH A!B SOLI CWFPONs
M- W boy u e4 a
i ml Government
eV-corittp. at Market f atea.
E. J. FARMER & CO.,
115 8lFEaOK 8TBEET,
GOLD, 6ILTOB ASS COUPOMS,
n. a. 1. one riAB cunr. ihdxbtxphbba
C. B. PE fJEJIT. 0(tl POUND JNTKR
IICHASGK 05 CRlUf BBITAI5
AKD THE OOKItKlHT,
Bocirbt &n4 soldL
AfaU fwr Ihe North AmTcii Llojd-Line of
frrH Pt. ni, 8n:thiptoii, laondoa ud HTr.
6A.TCBDA.T MAY 12. 1866.
AcadHny of Maie Komalo A Bi rlcaa Cmiin.
rtr.tt Goodman Cabinet Organ.
golodctit Local Notice.
ft. H. Cnrratt Lincoln and bli Family..
J. II. IeW itt A C. Cli.lliing.
Calrin L'arr Apacf V'heeling Kalla.
Jacob Wanior St.Witrt Store.
Cobb, Andrevi A Co. Srw Boo"!,.
271 Einamaa atroet Loat.
Dr iuauay Medical Lotti r.
K. Page, Jr. Man Wanted.
W. Anbridge Local Kottce.
Jacob Wanaor Honakeep;s food".
B. H. Cnrran Saleenten Waniod.
W. L. MarTin Befrigeratora.
Bryant A Stratton Local Siotiee.
Oaylord A Entworth Ladle.1 Boot! nnd 6boe.
A. W. Green Pnotograplt Gallery for Sale.
0. Cutter A Son Gaa Pipe at Auction.
Bryant A Stratton Bniineai College.
, G.ylord A Xuiworth Trenck Calf Boota.
. Ft. W. A V. B. . unanga oi l lme.
M. Joblin Spiritoaliani VnTeiled.
1M Snperlor tret-Spiritnal Lectnrea.
Garrett'. Hall CnlTeraaliat Meeting.
Cow let A Co. Boya" Watch...
177 Menrin .treet Boggy Hon. Wanted.
Jacob Wansor 8 Lcoal Notice.. .
Bliee Kirke A Book that all Ihould Bead.
p&- For Evening Edition Sewi
tS" For Mornlns Edition Sew
nee outside. -
Fine Piano Forte at Hall'i IT Monoment
CLEVELAND WEEKLY LEADER
For Saturday, May 12.
KDITOBIAL Colorado ; Protection to Copper
Mining and Manufacture; Mr. Boas aa a Champion
of Aaaaaaination ; The Man vho Don't Bead the
Sewipipen ; Comutent lliirepreienUtion ; The
Amendment Regulating Apportionment ; Deduc
tion ofne liational Debt ; Mr. Johnaon on the
Appoioting Fewer ; Mr. L. M. B. Bicka ; Sharp
Shearing; Earl Buesell ad Mr. Bancroft; Political
COBBE8PUX0ESCE Letter, from Cuba.
SELECTIONS Call for a Union State Conn
tion; Waahingtou Topic aad Gosilp; The Fenian
War; Feuiaoiym on the Decline; Ccrry O'Laone
The Hoirors of Jsmaica; A Melancholy Romance;
Tbe Soldier's Kinpty fileere, Tke-KectiHe Patron
age How it is iiBpnt-d ; The Reconstruction Ke-
port; Afraid be Wonld Starr to Death; Poetry-
The Haunted V aterUll; Artemus A'ard B peaks
a Fenian Meetiiur ; Bancroft's Speech in EngWod
Card from Mrs. Jticks; Yallandicham fa Rich
iund ; The Bet am of Ur.George PVabody ; Falling
Trees by Fire; Items, etc,
THK XKWg Religion, JhteUigenos; Northers
Ohio News; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff. Dbtis Mrs. Da
Tin' Arriyal at Fortrets Xoaroe; Bombardment of
YalpnraJao Account ly aa Era Witness; tate
and General News.
T K L E' . K A P H I C Proceedi ngs of Cod gress,
Foreign News, General and Special Dispatcbea
from all parts of tbe country.
FINANCIAL. A Full Review of tbe Local
Markets ; Financial and Commercial Articles
Cleveland Wholesale Market ; Near York Cattle
W Single copies of the Weekly Leadeb, for
Saturday, May 12, 19&, In wrappers ready for
mailing, caa be had at the Leadeb. Counting Room,
price five cxim.
A book that all should read. Enclose tec
cents and address Mies J. L. Kirke. Gram
pion Hills, Clearfield county. Pa.
Received this day at J. R. Shipherd's,
two cases elegant French bonnets.
Fisst Keciipts tia Ebis Cahal. Th
Northern Transportation Company's pro
peller "City of New York," from Ogdena
burgh to Chicago arrived at this port yes
terday, with a cargo tor upper lake ports.
most of which came through the Erie canal,
being the first receipts cut that channel of
communication this season. The canal is
fully open for transportation.
Sailor, Derby, Olive, Pewdrop, Pekin
Marguerite, Newport and Hamilton Hats
just received at Slops A Hanauer, 123 Water
0nstniu.tD.-An eloping couple from
Chicago passed throngh this place on
Th art day on their way east The parties
were a man named J. J. Hargram,and the
wife of a respectable Chicago merchant.
Chicago officer in hot pursuit was com
pletely outwitted by the erring pair who
purchased a ticket in A sleeping car for
New York and left it some time during the
night. Theolhcer has gone back to con
sole the disconsolate husband. -
Ladies will do well to call and examine
the elegant bonnets at J. B. Shipherd's.
Cleveland Abchtects. The Sandusky
Register says "that Mr.Eehler.of the firm of
Blackburn A K -oiler, architects, Cleveland,
is stopping at the West House, where he will
exhibit, for tho inspection of the Bchool
Board and citizens generall", the plans and
specifications for new High School build
ing. The Pianl will meet at nine o'clock
(his morning, and decide whether to adopt
the plan or not, and if adopted, proposals
for building will immediately be adver
tised for. Mr. Eo?hler- is known as one of
the best architect in the West."
Look nt J. R. Shipherd's for May Queens
in every Tariety. .
Twenty-five cases Seasides just received
at Sloes At Hanauer, 129 Water street
TnnrGSTHAT Must bs ItKxritBxitsn. A
eommnnieation to the New York TYier says:
Jlere are one or two points which should be
born in mind by the public, since it is cen-
erally taken for granted that we are not to
escape the cholera this season :
1. The premonitory ol painless diarrhoea
is regarded by physicians as actual cholera,
whereas the pnblie do cot generally so eon-
2. Out of a thousand such cases a physi
cian will relieve seven hundred and fifty,
and they will never pass into the second
stage, which is popularly regarded alone as
a. Of this two hundred and fifty, one-hall
on an average recover, even from this con
dition of cramps, vomiting, purging, 4e.
The moral is : Put yourself under a doc
tor's charge at once when the diarrhoea
first attacks yon. The vast importance of
this cannot be exaggerated.' And then do
not take it for granted that yoc are going to
die if you should pass into the second stage.
The chances of recovery are ermal even
thesv. .. e- ' " " '
The Charity Houpitau At the laat sef-
aion of tii Ciiy Council, & communicatk n
tu submitted bj Professor "Weber, in the
name of the Sisters of Charity, extending
an inrit&tion to that body to visit and in
spect the Chanty Hospital on the afternoon
of the 11th. The invitation was accepted.
and yeaterday a goodly number of the "City
Fathers" met at the HMpital on Ferry St.
They were conducted by the Lady Superior
through the different apartment ana waras
and invited to subject everything to tne
All the rooms are neat and tidy, and with
out ornament. The furniture is very plain
and unostentatious. The noticeable fea
ture of the establishment is ita scrupulous
cleanliness. The general arrangements of
the hospital are familiar to moat, as it was
opened only last October. Its plan seems
to be a good one and well adapted to the
uses for which it if intended.
There are two wards now in use, one for
males and the other for females. They are
roomy and well ventilated, and convenient
ly arranged. The beds are provided with
good bair n.atrasses, and the bedsteads are
of iron. At the end of each ward are bath
rooms, eewcrs and all necessary appliance:
In case of need each ward might be made
to accommodate fifty patients. Now there
are twenty beds in the ward for male pa
tients, and only fifteen in that for females
Five of these belong to the city, and the
others are for charity patients. These wards
combine the arrangements of tbe military
and civil hospitals, and contain the good
qualities of both.
jlbove are rooms for patients who wiih to
avail themselves of the treatment of the
experienced physicians and surgeons who
constitute the hospital staff, and are able to
pay for board and accommodation. They
are plain, neat and comiortable, and con
tain many patients at present.
Among them are aeveral soldiers who
were wounded in the service and disabled.
These come from the country for better sur
gical treatment than could be secured at
home, and all the ca3es are doing well
The Kitchen, Dispensary and Operating
Room were all visited and found in excel
Below are two large rooms intended to be
used as wards in case of need, and capable
of accommodating thirty patients each.
They are very well ventilated and are dry
and cool for use in the hot season. 2s one of
the rooms are exposed to the heat of the
sun at noon-day.
The halls and the floors of the wards
use are carpeted with matting, which has
been purchased from the proceeds received
from the board of paying patients. Of these
there has been an average of ten or twelve,
paying from five to twelve dollars per week.
From this money the whole expense of the
institution has been paid, and the matting
purchased with the remainder.
The number of patients admitted since
the establishment of the hospital in Octo
ber last is two hundred and one. Of these,
ninety-fuur were entirely supported by the
Sisters of Charity. These remained for
difierent periods of time, varying from
week to five or six months. The surgical
and medical treatment is as good as the
The Board of physicians in charge
divided into a medical and surgical staff.
The medical staff is composed of the following
W. J. 6cott, M. D.
J. H. Salisbury M. D.
Fa. Roeder, M. D.
C. Mackenzie, M. P.
H. J. Herrick, M. .
The surgical staff of:
Uuslav C. G. Weber, M. D.
B. S. Strong, M. D.
AV. 1L Jones, it. D.
Dr. Weber is President and Dr. Heme
Secretary of the Board.
One of the above named physicians and
months at a time, having in charge all the
medical and surgical cases in the general
The Hospital is also provided with
house physician, so that in cases of acci
dents which may occur in, or bo brought
the lio-pital during the absence of the at
tending physician, immediate aid can be
afforded. The house physician, holds hi;
office by appointment, after careful exami
nation, from the Medical Board. The pre
ent incumbent is Louis B. Shields, M. D.
who has served ever since the opening
the Hospital, very acceptably to the pa
tients and those in charge.
The Department for private or pay pa
tients is open to all physicians. Any medi
cal gentleman of the city can bring patients
who may be in need of care and good nurs
ing, to the Hospital, and there attend
them entirely independent of the Hospital
Board, as much so as in a private family,
It will be seen from the number of patients
treated in this Hospital during tbe cool and
healthy seasons, that this institution will
soon be inadequate to the wants of the city
during the warm and unhealthy weather
especially so, shonld an epidemic prevail.
and that the need of another hospital will
of necessity be felt. Such an institution
ill undoubtedly be erected. An organixa
tion for a general Charity Hospital will be
perfected next Monday evening. It is in
tended that this proposed hospital shall be
first class in every particular, and be
ornament to oar city. Cleveland will (hen
be provided with hospitals representing re
spectively sectarianism and uneectarianism,
and both will move in harmony in the good
work of relieving suffering hnmanity. We
doubt not when our citizens are called upon
to contribute to the proposed new hospital,
that they will subscribe with the same lib
erality that they did to St. Vincent.
Beautiful crape and lace bonnets opened
this day at J. R. Shipherd's.
Auadeht or Mrsic At the benefit of
Miss Daly, last night, the play was " Our
Female American Cousin." It was written
expressly for her by Charles Gaylord and is
exceedingly well adapted to her style of
performance. In itself the play has great
dramatic merit, and its special adaptation
to the company made its performance last
night a great success. The audience was
large and appreciative the largest and
best yet this week. Miss Daly makes a
capilal "Yankee Gal" and has the sharp
shrill intonation of voice which is neces
sary to the perfect personation of the pecn-
tar role. Her smging was gcod, as nsual,
and in her humor there is not a hint of
vulgarity. The performeri for the several
parts was very happily selected and all did
credit to themselves. "PelinNeff" is a
rare dramatic creation and in it Mr.
Ellsler was faultless. Mr. Murdoch as
Fitzerenee Fitzhcrbert" did unusually
well. Tho closing fnrce of the " Fair of
Mullingar" was very well done.
This evening "Our Female American
Cousin" will be repeated and the enter
tainment will conclude with the livelv
comedy of " Handy Andy," with Sam
ovw as - Anay.
SrTDAV School Cohtixtioj. The Sunday
School Convention of the Ravenna District,
Erie Conference, will be held in the M. C
Church at Akron, on the S3d of May. The
opening sermon will be preached on Tues
day eTening, May 22nd, by the Rev. Dr.
Wythe. There will be an Essay by Rev.
N. Grant. "Subject: 'The relations of
the Sunday School to the Church and the
uties growing out of these relations," and
another by Emily Huntington Miller, on
tbe dignity and importance of the Teach
er's office, and discussions on the following
What are the chief means to be em-
iloyed to maintain a useful and interesting
"'How do you conduct your Suodav
In the afternoon at 3 P. M. there will be
children's meeting addressed by Rev. Mr.
Hill and others.
Libra! arrangements will be made to
entertain all persons from abroad free of
charge. The District Committee cordially
invite all, and earnestly entreat the attend
ance of as many as possible from this place.
Lab SipzBioa ExrLOBiTioss. The De
troit Exploring Company, which is com
posed almost entirely of Detr.it men, and
which was organized for tbe purpose of ex
ploring the North shore of Lake Superior,
are making preparations to begin work im
mediately. Mr. J. W. Johnson, of Detroit,
the agent of the Company, has startea ior
that region, taking with him quite a large
expedition of men and means for a scienti
fic exploration of a large tract of land on
tbe north shore of Lake Superior. ,ine ex
pedition is destined to Michipicoton, from
which point they will commence operation,
immediately. Other exploring companies
will a'.BO commence operations this season.
Asotber CotjrmraiT. A new counter-
feito'n the latest issue of tiiiy cent fraction
al currency, baaring the vignette of General
SDinner. United States Treasurer, has made
;t. .nnonrence. It is Dsuiv execuveu, m
nk pale, and the genera; appearance inan-
Thk Nbw Tobk Casals The Albany
Aran, savs that with the exception of a leak
in Latter s culvert, near aiuiod,
are reported to be in good condition. The
business stall points is reported to d nguu
State EneineerGoodsell states that the sup-
nlv of water for the long level is scarcely
.i the demand. The streams are
much lower than usual to this spring, and
unless the country is favored with heavy
rains, it wtll bediScult to keep up seven
f( rfenth of water on some portions of the
line. Ths reservoirs are unusually , low for
this season of the year.
PeoenrLRR Frehost. The Sandusky
Hr;,i,r uti that "this propeller, of the San
jil. and Buffalo line, arrived here day
hefore vesterdav, and was to leave last
;i,t t, -Rnfr.lo. She is commanded
Captain Flint, of Fremont, and
comolete in all her appointments.
recent trip she brought to this port some
forty German emigrants."
Ma Ovbkboaed Aim Drowsed. The De
trr.it Fret: Prcu, savs that George Treuta,
mate of the schooner Consuelo, was drowned
from that vessel on Friday last at about 10
o'clock A. M., some sixteen miles above the
Rondeau. Deceased and another fan were
,,ra--iwt In eleanino nut the fima.1! boat
which hung at the davits, when the for'
ward bolt cave wav. nrecipating him he. ad
lone into the lake, where, aftera few strug.
eles he sank to rise no more, Every effort
was made to rescue aim. Just prior to get
ting into the boat, deceased inquired of the
man at the wheel if he intended writing
home on getting into port, to which an af
firmative reply was given. He stated that
was also his intention, but it would be the
last his friends would hear from him, as he
was going elsewhere. He resided in Ver
million, Ohio, and was about 24 years of
age, and unmarried.
Basixaw Itkiis. The Detroit Free IVos
says the past winter has been extremely
favorable for lumbermen, and the quality
of their logs is unsurpassed by the product
of any previous season; this is a tact which
is pretty generally understood, and upon
which many persons base their estimates.
Butthoush not so extensively known, it is
nevertheless a fact that a largo per cent, of
the logs will be kept back for the want of
sufficient water to float them.
NonrBERX Light. A dispatch to the
Chicago Journof reads aa follow.:
The propeller Northern Light and the tug
Dndlev. the first boats tbrouirh from Cleve
land, on Mar 1st. report that heavy lee
extends from "Grand Island to the Sault SL
Marie. The Favorite, Ironsides, Franklin,
Union and Mineral -Rock are detained in
the ice. The weather is remarkably pleasant.
CuARiias. The Detroit Free Tress ol the
9th reports the following charters :
The propeller Dunkirk is loading for
George B. Dickinson with wheat for Buffalo
at 6c ; schooner Melrose, lumber from East
Saginaw to Buffalo, at f 6 ; brig Waibridge,
just passed down, with lumber from Alpena
to Cleveland at f-4.25 ; propeller Edith,
loaded with staves at Stevens' Landing for
Buffalo, at $13 for pipes, $10 for hhds, S8 for
bbls: bark Caenango, witn wood irom
Grand Traverse to Chicago, at $2 per cord :
schooner Patrick Henry, salt from East
Sacinaw to Toledo, at 35c : schooner Media
tor, lumber. Saginaw City to Cbicace, at
$3.5(; schooner White Squall, lumber,
Harrisouville to China, at $1 ; schooner
Linnie Powell, pipe staves, Chatham to
Clayton, at $35 per M in gold : schooner
Philena Mills, salt from East Saginaw to
Cleveland, at 35c ; schooner Two Brothers,
Chatham to Clayton, with pipe staves, at
$35 per M in gold ; scow Harmonia, lumber
r t:i J-:tl- O 1 1 - ! en
from Richmond villa to Sandusky, at $3 50
per M : scow Pacific, lumber from East
Saginaw to Toledo, at $4.50 ; schooner J.
Hazard, iron ore from Marquette to Cleve
land, five cargoes at $3 per ton.
All tbe latest summer styles opening at
J. R. Shipherd's.
Mit'HivAM Southern Earnincs. The earn
ings of the Michigan Southern & Northern
Indiana Railroad for the first week in May
were ,,$38,895.19, against $79,039.90 for the
corresponding week last week. Increase
Heavt Cos tract The Toledo, Wabash
& Western Railway Company have a con
tract to convey 7,000,000 feet of pine lumber
from Toledo to a point in Indiana.
The SoiTHKits Kailwat. A delegation
of citizens from Nashville are now in Cin
cinnati, to advance the interests of a direct
route from the former to the latter city.
The Nashville Banner has the following in
regard to the route proposed and its advan
Naehviile desires the most direct route of
railway communication with the East, and
Cincinnati lor many years has felt the need
of a direct Southern line of travel to tbe
Gulf. There is no route which pmsents so
many advantages to tho Cincinnati people
as the route through Nashville. A road has
already been constructed from Cincinnati to
Danville, Kentucky, via Lexington. At
Lexington the Covington A Lexington road
connects with the Maysvillo A LexingtoD,
which runs to Danville, in a direction which,
if continued on tne map, would lead direct
ly to New Orleans, via Nashville, It is the
cheapest Southern route for Cincinnati,
from the fact that there are but 275 miles to
be constructed from Danville to Nashville,
through a comparatively level country, and
undoubtedly the richest as well as the most
productive section in America. It would
be the best pavtne route, from tho fact that
Nashville, with her numerous railway con
nections South, East and West, would bring
to it a vast amount of travel and freieht it
would not receive from any other contem
plated route. The road from Nashville di
rectly south to Decatur, Ala., and the Ten
nessee, is now in complete running order.
and one of the best roads that centers at
The Pensacola road chartered as "the
Alabama Central Railroad starts at De
catur, Ala., where it intersects with the road
thence to Pensacola, which is finished and
n use. The length of the road f very nearly
an air line, and nearly dne south and
north,) isone hundred and eighty miles, of
wnicn one nundred mile is graded, and
that portion lying between the Lime Kiln,
(where it crosses the Tennessee and Ala
bama River Railroad) and the Cahawba
river, some fifteen or twenty miles is finish
ed and is in use. Besides the capital stock
of the Company, the State of Ale bams made
a;free donation or bonus of $000,000, the inter
est on which is to be paid until the road i.
eomple'ed when tho principal is to be paid
over to the road. Besides this, the United
Stales granted to the State of Alabama up
wards of 4;0,000 acres of land lying along
the road in alternate sections, with the pri
vilege of running back six miles on each
side of it. Mr. Frank Gilmer, of Montgom
ery, is the President of the road.
The Mobile and Great Western Railroad
intersects the Albany A Floridaroad atPol
lard, from which point to Pensacola is about
torty niilos, and to Mobile fifty or sixty
miles. The Tennessee A Alabama Bailroad
(which is crossed by the Alabama Central
at Lime Kiln ) reaches from Sclnia to Blue
Mountain or Jacksonville.. By the last road,
Selma, Meridian, Jackson. Misa and Vicks
burg are reached. At the latter place it
meets the road being mado to tihreveport,
La., a portion of which (bow much we do
not know) if now finished to Monroe. La.
The Jfortheasiern and Southwestern Rail
road from Meridian via Tuscalooaa intersects
with the Central Alabama Koad at Elytoa,
Ala. The half of this Northeastern and
Sestthwestern road is already graded. This
Xortheasters and Southwestern Road to
Meridian an d thence to Jackson makes the
shortest prt ijected line from Nashville to
New Orlear is taking the New Orleans and
Jackson ro ad to Jackson. -
We lay these facts before our Cincinnati
friends, a nd earnestly ask their investiga
tion of th is route. A few nvrment's atndy of
the railroad map will satisfy them that
ariTiUe is unquestionably in their direct-
est and shortest route to the South, to say
nothing of the fact that Nashville can make
4. heavier subscription to the road than can
obtained eisewnere in the route of any
ot Iter community outside of Cincinnati.
Seaside Hats at id per dozen at Sloss 4
H anauer, 129 Water street. .
If you want anything in the Line of house-
kee ping goods, go to Wansor'f, No. 52 South
Side. Public Square my 12-314
jadikp, Please call and look at our stock
of Lasting and Glove Kid Balmorals and
Gaiitors. Our Glove Kid " Highland " walk-
ng: boot is the prettiest style in the market.
OATXORD A EXSWORTB,
202 Superior street.
Ca as. D. Gavlobd. J.Eksworth.
Ete wart's Cook isq Stove. The best in
vto, sold by Wansor, 52 Public Square.
Young men wishingto do business should
fit themselves by a thorough commercial
education, which can be acquired no where
so well as at Bryant, Stratton & Co. 'a Cleve
land Business College.
All Kikds or Ice Boxes and Refrigera
tors, Water Coolers, Fclters, sold by Jacob
Wansor. . 11 . 1
Salesvax Wasted. See W. Ambridge's
For the best assortment of To' let Ware
in the city, go to Wansor's, 52 Pnblie Square,
GRsTLEHKy, We have the finest and best
French Calf Sewed Boot in the city. Call
and see them. Gatlord a Exsworth,
202 Superior street.
CHAS.D. GAYLORD. J. ENSWORTH.
LrxcoLn akd his Familt Engraved by
Sartain, price $3 7.", Artist Proof $1", is the
great subscription work of the day. Sales
immense. Canvassers wanted. Apply to
R. H. Curran, at the Sartain Gallery of Art,
No. 25 Monument Square. Cleveland, Ohio.
Cease's Patest Carpet Sweeper, price
$3,50, sold by Wansor, 52 Public Square.
Actual Business practice by a new and
proved method, just introduced at Bryant
gti atton 4 Co. a Cleveland Business College.
i'oft all Kinds of Wooden Ware go le
Warsor, rnblic Square. "
Mostasa i A8SA0E mo. All persona
wishing to se."ur passage at the above
rate in Gift. J'k'a's ttjicrfifiewt to Montana.
must enroll their names before the 18th
inst., at 95 Water street.
E. S. Stacepolx, Agent.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 10, 1806.
The largest assortment of Tea Traya, in
town can be had at Warsor s.
Album size Photographs reduced in ( rice,
one dollar per dozen, and larger sues in pro
portion, at Rtdeb's.
For Wire Subekss or Dish Cov go to
Wansor's, 52 Pnblio Square.
A nice line of Damask French Cbverings
and Chintz, at Tcrheb Strati ss
South West Cor. Square.
Gaylord i Euswnrth are now prepared to
receive the calls of their friends at their
new boot and shoe t' re, 202 Superior ttreet,
Their new goods have arrived, and their
stock is the best ana cheapest in the chy.
t bis. D. Gaylokd,
i on dis. CieM, Feather Dusters, Door
Mats, Brittonia Ware of all kinds, Ac., Ac.
Go to Jacob Wansor's, 52 Public Square,
may 12:316. '
Salesmen, Cook-keepers, and others can
engage in permanent business by making
application to R. H. Curran, at the "Sartain
Gallery of Art," 23 Monument Square.
C. J. Keeler, M. D., Eclectic Physician,
office hours 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., at the store
of J. J. Vogt, il south side Public Square,
during the week, and on Sunday from 1 to
2 P. M. Residence East Cleveland, op
posite the Post Office, at the terminus ef the
East Cleveland treet Railroad. A pi 11
Sew Books BecriTed bj Cobb. in.
drews & to. tiiiDert Kugge- price
fl.UH; Adriit in lllxie, Dy Kdmiind
Kirk, uricc $1.50; .larpal, by Victor
Huso, price SI. Jo; Kocomniended to
Mercy, pricr? SI. 15; The Masqnerndf,,
by John t. haxe, price l.i.r; ine
Qaeen Mother and Kosamond, bf
birinbnrnc. price $2.00; Asphodel,
price 81.50; Miss Harjorlbaiiks, by
urs. uiipnant, price ijc. mayu
TIDE ICE KIX6 KEFKIGEBAT0S
X Sold by C. F. BOBN, 218 Superior street.
rPHK ARCTIC KE? KlwKRATQR. Sold
X by C. P. nOKS, 218 Snperior-.t. mayS:314
PAL U K BEFKiGkKlTOR Sold
BOBN, 218 Superior street. The
cheap-st .nd best in the mart et. Call and Me it.
Let na be Merrlful to Oorselves.
The physical strnctnr. of th. atrongest human
being i. vulnerable everywhere. Our bodies are
endowed by nature with a oertain negative power,
whicn protects them to Mime extent from unwhole
some influence.; bnt this protection is Imperfect
and cannot be safely relied on in unhealthy
Eions, or under eirenmstance. of more than ordi
nary danger. Therefore, it is wisdom, It 1 pru
dence, it is common sense, to provide against such
contingencies, by taking an antidote in advance;
in other words by fortifying the system with a
course of HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH DITTIES,
the most complete protective against all the epi
demic and endemic maladies that ha. ever been
administered in any ountry. As a remedy for
Dyspepsia, titer, is no medicine that wilt compare
with it. Whoever .uffera the pangs of Indiges
tion, anywhere on ths face of tb. earth where
Bostktteb's Bittkrs CAB be procurred, doe. so
voluntarily; for aa surely a Truth exists, tbi
Invaluable Tonic and Alterativ. would restore
his disordered ett-mach to a hejlthy condition. To
the Billion. It i also especially n commended, and
in caaea of confirmed Constipation it afford
speedy and permanent relief. In Canada, th.
nest Inoies, aud Australia, tbe Bitter, rank
above all other medicines of tho class, and the de-
mano lor t-em in all foreign countries increase
A Remettw for the Piles. It la a Hearing
t. the suffering to know that w have aa efXectuei
cure for this truly ttonbeasome aims... Mr. J. P.
Haiarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
take, grrat pies. ore la Informing all who are suf
fering with pile., that he used a small qnantity of
dukuuii s rue aemeay, ana it enectea a per
manent cure. This sec-ms to be the case with all
who make ik of this splendid preparation. It Is
toanuiacturea st so. s liast Fourth street, Clncia
nan, " " .nil -"in DT an umirgists.
Benton A rinnham. Cle.aland. O. witSiRS
AS DREWS, HITCHCOCK b C0
BRIAR HILL COAL!
1 1 Aa
0. H. A!laiWB,
W. J. HITCH rOC at,
W. C. AHDEKWa,
W. J. MI'KINKIK.
3 Johnson's Marine Block,
LATE Improvements in the Facilities
for procuring this tmperior coal, direct from
u.j min- daily, enable me to place it to consumer!
at reduced prices, and 1 accordingly giro tbea th
Denent. bu1 liump, nut, and black.
I also evil MurJiiun and Chi p paw a Coals at
TUB trOWEST MARKET RATES
All orders filled with special reference to the con.
venience of purchasers. Order through PoatnfBrAV
of G. D. Beck, Superior street, opposite PostoKce,
or at W. p. Fofcg, or at yard, 74-7o Wata-r street.
janornviu a. . SMITH.
AUXIT JOlfES, 4
Wh'oleamle and Retail lealer la
Strip Teln, Columbiana and Cltlppewa
OlDos on C. A P.B. R. Pier. Also, Offlee and Yard
m sucou street n. u. crofipg. von oi na
Excellent Qnality for
8TXA31, At. GRATIS. ST0VF8.
Ofloaor Houae taa. Also, ASTHRACITS COAL
large or amau quantises.
Ordrra respectfully aollctted and promptly at
tended to. uoai icr stutnina; kept constantly caj
nana. arm. Aerma ensn. stayl3.Ava
. a. a. w a. r. i
Atlantic A Great Western
i60 3: 9:00
8:00 1:40 10:00
A. A O. W., Maho. Br
Oonneant A Krie Aocosa
rittaenrga A Wheeling
7:10 1:16 :60
: tOO (:10
Atlantic A Great WaUra
A. A O. W., Maho. Br '
Lake Bhore, Clove A Brie A:0S
Oonneant A Krle Aoooia.. .
Pittsburgh A Wbeelia
Alliance Acnom 9: SO
Oolumbas R III
Galion "1-tt"i ,.,M,
Buffalo Boat o no
Oltlsen. vrlsblna convevnnos to either of th.
eoove irain ar 0ats, Will De called or oy uoanee
of Stevens' Onmiboa Line, by leaving their addree.
at the Omnibu Offlee, - loll oopanor street, op
posite ih vteoaell none.
Arrivals at the principal Hotels for
the last Twenty-four Hours.
A Zerbe, 6a.dn.ky Mrs. Miss Drake, Tliila
J N Yoo.g, ColuabtanaHr. M. Nellv. de
e"Co MrGP Sennet Meadv'le
S f Clllings a 1, Prescott I Thompson Faineeville J
a raiws, n s a n uiamn, ciiv
M J FeiirertT. do Oi Thomu. Mlddlelon
1 ALathrop, PittsbnrghJ W Steele
J Seymour Soott, Troy W If Uudeon,
it K ux wl, jtollerav lU A Kobinson, N T
Miss N M King do C E Wilson do
i M Sturtevant, . Jack-T Cunningham, do -
eonvllle C Coon, B jSton
Mr a Mr. Berd, Toledo W De Tone N T
Mr. C A Lamb, Chic B Simon, Cintl
W A Hudson awf 8t Louis A Lanfer. do
i K McOrackan awf Tort A Kimmons, Tinley
Wayne J 3 Taylor, Clutl
J G Humbery, N T Jrra R-ad, BnrT
Arcane, rhll. K Potman, Detro t
L E Barnes, Maysvill,
T D Penrea. Fhlla
J T Stratton. N T
H W Jackson, Marneetn
K W Back (Ovid London
P Pturtts awf, Medina
It J ivies. AasBTllle
C K Loomls Huff
A K Shaffer awf, Somer-J Mnrutt, Ht Loui.
set B P Smith, Boll -
Mr Badwick swf,jc G L Carriogton, Ct
8 B Coleman, West TroyL Charles af, St Louis
C Hioton awf England J K Pearson, Petroleum
N S Parkhurst, Albany G W Bankio, city
Mrs Brewste a, CouncilW Parkard, Warren
Bluffs L A Porter, Faiuesvilla
J M Oborn, Meadrille B 8 Marker, do
Mrs Cochran, Toledo F A Bowles, Cinti
H W Bichardson, BostonJ ST Hubbard awf K V
AH Phillip.. Ithaca Mr a Mrs H B Parsons,
S A Cooper, Kdiafcoro Ashtabula
J A Gisoenbaiaar ivHTMnJ Wells, Ann Artor
lime) iQiies swi uidu jonn ntint, no
L Faircnild, Mad son TS genfbrd swf. T
8 B Robertson al, Warns G C Howard, Albany
burgh H D Chapin, Carry
A P i uneiDgham, TJrbnaD L Minkonnea awf
B S Parka, Warren
Sohn Hunter, Wooster C Mans, Buff
A N Mnrphy, NY J G McKielj, Buff
Mr. D Clark, Soaron . A G Herrick, Phil
J L Flour. Canada ' W M Gave. H Y
Miss K Hurley, OgdnsbgMrs Schwab,- PalnesTllle
W Allen, A.hl.nd A Muaphy awf, N" Y
H Mason J E Patterson. Erie
C Frost, A F Paine Awf P.iueirl
J Clement, a, Bucyru. A D Bobbins, Polon
E II Kalrcbild. Oberlin
J w rieeter, anton
Mr. Wellington, Chio
C B Knowlton, Flvria
T. B Hnrlbnrt, city
J D Btiard, Colambui
G J Vail, Nerwalk
C Y Wheeler. Beren
C Sanger, Bidaeeill. '
E Flood a I, Elyrla
J J Newton, Bichfieid
G Gilbert, Buclid X F Hopkins, MeadTill.
J MrCombe, HI B Simmons,
G Frank. Fa J M K.h. Cin
L Harper, Mt Vernon W J Cofau a ., Brooklyn
B F Van Tuyle, ret rot In U CGlaagow, Indiana,!
W Bennett, Toledo C G Horton, Detroit
L M Fairfield a L, Mass D S Camp a 1, Warren
J Williams, Erie J M White, St Panl
D H Lock wood, Detroit B M We.tb.eril!, Phila
J H Holden.San SalvadorJ K Coatee. Allianca
JM Lynch. NY T M Aarding, Ft Wayne
E T Curtiss, Stow. ' W 8 Crawford, Tounget'n
r IiCbapman,WilllvmrlIl u Burnett a wi,"
W W Parker, Sanduaky Mrs W T Mailbnry,"
W D Turner, Boston Mr. Fitch, Cairo
W P T sdell. Palnesv'. B Arceer. N Y
W WilUamstard, O Harrington.Springflslc
M 8 Chapman, Ct J A Heltuiana wf,alan.'d
W E Tborp, Brooklyn J M Thomas, ruts
Mr. Farrell, Harrisburgh
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
FRIDAY EVENING, May 11. 1866.
Bankers reported an active demand to
day for loans, and this in connection with
the payment yesterday and to-day of Trea
sury drafts by. those banks that held gov
ernment deposits, gave balances a slight
downward turn, and an easy feeling was at
the close less general than heretofore re
ported. The supply of currency, however,
is still lair, ana no present stringency is ex
Eastern Exchange continues without im
provement in supply, and the market
still close. Rates are steady at par buying
and 1-10 premium selling.
. Gold had a Bteady market in New York
to-day, and the price closed without mate
rial change at 1291- Government securities
were steady and without particular altera
Prices of coin and governments in this
market to-day ruled steady as follows :
r. iT.r larfre...
Stiver small .
Blltaa of lsul, eonnons..
rrve-twenties lioozi ox lllier-ei-ii' 1
Five-twenties (1864) ' " loiji
Flwtwenties, (I860) " 101
Severa-thirties, (1st aerle.,). ...1012
Sevm-thirtie., (2d and Mseriesjlulv,
Ten-A'rtles, coom)ii... 05
Comoo und-int. Notes. '64.....107'alH
Compot'ind-int. Notes, '6o-.lUljaa;106 laiXlSll
ThejSenate Cotnmiltee on Finance is re
ported' to be averse to exempting the na
tional bonds from all taxation for thirty
years, M is proposed by the funding bill of
Senator Siierman. Though snch exemp
tion would unquestionably be an invidious
discrimination, wa still think it a very ne
cessary eond ition to the success of a 5 per
cent. loan. I 1 7
'. A further decline on Flour and Wheat
took place in Jfew York to day. Here the
general market was quiet, Common qual
itics Flour were unsettled, and there was a
desire to meet buyer's by concessions, but
there was no investment disposition shown.
Moderate sales of good qualities red and
,-ring were reported at full prices. Choice
grades city and country are firmly held
and stocks are low. Milwaukee spring
wneat ruled unsettled, and closed irreeular.
Sales of car lots were made early at $2,19
2,24, but before the close we heard of sales
on private terms Understood to be at price
considerably under the above range. The
market closed heavy, though some sellers
were very firm in their views. Corn was in
moderate request and steady. Oats are in
active and nominally unchanged. The Pro
vision trade is quiet, but prices are steady
and firm. Butter is inactive and lower.
Cheese is steady at the quoted range, with a
moderate demand. Ezgs are lower, rota
toes are firm, and the supply is hardly equal
to the demand. Petroleum is firmer aud
advancing. Holders are very confidout,
and leading refiners are not offering.
'ine receipts and shipments at this point
of Produce and Merchandise, during the
24 hours ending at 7 o clock this morning,
were as loiiows :
Iron Ore. tons
Kails and Spikes, lbs-.
Petroleum, him l x
wneat, mi.,,, 1Jtl 10,7bA
Corn, bnh L 4,iar.
Oats, hnab -, , ... 1 .4 ft
Live Hogs, ., u . 3 Jon
Cattle, Ho - Hh
Shtseep, Ko., oo
Beef, -r.U ,
Butter, lbs 2,;t
Cheese, lbs ..,.. , a,7i
Lumber, ft MT,n
Shingles, Ko su.0u.
Lath, Ko , ,, , 73,1X10
Ckkal, nmm ' 1.3,'(A
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, May 11, 1866.
Flour Tho markat J irregular and unsettled
for common grades, bnt firm and steady for choice
tjualiti-a red nnd and white wheat, stocks of which
are very light. The demand is fair fur amall Iota.
Reported tale are 200 bbla country-made XI red
911,00; 100 bbla do do at 112, 50 : ion bbls XX
spring at f 10.60, lf bbla do do at 911,00. City
made XX rod hH6 at Si 4,50(91.00 ; do XX white
15.QOf9lr),0U. j .
WheatThe tone of tho narket to-dar waa
again unsettled for lUBwauken spring, and prices
named were Irregular and generally lower, though
not sufficiently so, in most cases, to tempt pur-
chaeea. Some dealers, bewerer, were quit Inn
their news, and adhered-stiffly to yesterday's
ngurea. Bales were nude this morning of 1 car No.
Jt ilwanken -priag at $2,19, and 2 cars do de at
2,20 ; bnt before tbe alone one or two lots changed
nan is on pnrate lenna at Sgurea understood to be
materially below the above. Sales 1,728 bu No. 2
from store at 92,401
rai In lair re-quest and eteady. Salea ?,:o
Ho. 1 mixed from stire at GOc.
l Inactive. Held at 50c fur Ko. 1 Ctate
from atore. . t
Inactlreaad nominal. . -
Barley-quiet and nominal. " '
Pork Quiet, bnt arm. Ko. I Olt J Mess J3C,CO ;
So. t Mesa $29,00; Clear $32,00.
Lard Firm.. City-rendered Sic in tie roe. and
U4c in keg, t'enntry-readered 20c.
Haiun Steady. Sales lbs City Bngnr-
cared, canrasMd and uocanvaMed, at 21 and 2s.
Country -cured held at 19'AJc. -. . i
SboeUders Steady. Sale. City-cured at 14e ;
Bacoai Held at 18c for clear ; 19c for aiigar-
enred uncanTassed 20c for do canvaasr d.
;em Beef In moderate demand and steady
at (18,00. Ultra Ursa 120,00.
DHeel Beef In good demand an 1 higher.
Sale. 1200 Ilia at 25c canvaseed and 24c uncanvasaed.
Batter InactiT. and declining. Prime yel
low is held at 35c, but lower Dgrnrea would prob
ably be made upon large lota, ln'erior qualities
hare no market.
t-'rjecoe Unchanged. The market ie moder
ately well supplied with the new crop, which i. In
fair request at 10(sjl6c, according to qual'ty.
Egtrs Lower. Sale, at 15c.
Blgkwtmcm-Quiet. Held at
AJcohol-Steady. Held at t4,&94,63 for 00
per cent. Cologne Spirits, 8 per cast., 14,63. Cen
tral Proof Spirit. 12,356)2,40.
Petroleum Firmer. Bonded held at 3S40c
for last of May and June delivery on car. here.
aad 4:34t)c Mine dwliviry in Kew York. Free
68GCc for standard grade.. a
Oilav Steady and firm. We quote:
Linseed. 81 So
Oarbon tKg'O c
Lard 1 oOftsI 76
Whale, W. B $1 70
Elephant, W. D. 1 70
Sperm, W 8 2 Go
Straits 1 36
Bank . 91 30
Beats lout 1 65
Green Apples-Held at S5,oo8,00 per bbl.
Driest Apples There are none in market.
Dried Pearlies Firm. Pared 30c ; Unpared,
halrea, 2026c ; quarters, 18c.
Potatoes Active aud firm. 6ales are 1 car
Peaehblows in bulk at SI,t2U per bu ; 230 bbls
Western red at $3,00.
B4H Prime while in moderate request at
$1,752,00 per bu ; inferior grades not wanted.
.Hay In fair demand. Loose selling at a range
of 1 111,00(9 11., 00. Beater pressed $18,01120,00.
Lake) Plsll Io fair demand. Ko. 1 White-
0?h 8,60 per half bbl ; Ko. 2 do $8,00 ; Pickerel,
$8,0-); Trout (7,0097,60; Herring (6,26.
Fearers Sales Prime lie. geese at E086c
Tallow tiulet. Held at 10c for city, 9c for
Salt Firm at (2,55 for Fine; (2,00 for ooares
Onondaga; (2,55 for Saginaw.
Hops Firm. Held at a range of 409660 In
Hew York, Michigan and Ohio.
nit Barley Malt .toady at (1,40I,0 " bu,
the outside price for prima Ko. 1 Canada.
Ale sad Porter W. quote aa follows: Pres
ent Dae XX Ale (10,00; Stock (U,00M,OU; Ben
nett (18,00; Pale Cream (11,00; Forter $12,004
Water Urate In fair demand and Arm at
$2.00 for Akron and Oswogo.
Plaster Powell's land pleaasr Iras at $12,00
V :ou at Mill. Calcined M.nn t bbL
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, May 11—1:40 A. M.
The oil market is Hem, but not actlr.. Crude
holder, are demanding 15o for bulk. Sales only
2000 bbls. Beceipt. 4000 bbls. The nock for aale
Buyers of it-fined are inclined to bold off. Sale.
600 bbl. bonded for September, delivered on car,
at 40c ; 1000 bbls lor Philadelphia In September,
at 48c; 500 bbls for June delivery in Philadelphia
Ths Champion Oil Beflnery, located at Sharp
burgh, was destroyed by tire at 6 o'clock this af
ternoon. Loss $20,000 ; fully Insured.
MARKET BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT
[Special Dispatch western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK. May 11.
TUh w.. k,,t lltil. Ainr in r.ilw.v .h.rM.
IHie controvoisy letween the rarion. classes of
1 stockholders of Milwaukee and Prairie Do Chien
bas been settled and hereaiter tbe common uiare
will be entitled ivsTewtt the meetiogs.
The foUowiiie were the principal sale:
Uhio Certlrlcates 2i ; Illinois ventral 12u.;
Cleveland a fittsbnrg ; iblcago a xloca is
land (5; Chicago A Northwestern 28 ; do. pre-
ferredoj; sort w ayna a cnic.go nt-..
Ohio and Missluoi certlflcatea '2fl: Canton 5o-i:
Mariposa preferred 23; Qui-k.ilter4oi-.: Kew York
Central miv ; r.ne ; uuitton itiTer imet
Reading 107',: Clevelsnd and Pittebnrg Mli; III!
n'-ie i.enirai i.; vuicage ana itccE island 94'.
Chicago and Northwestern 28.
Gold closed at lz9.
No chaogo in money.'
Exchange fell off to 100.
The increased depression in breadstuff caused a
aecuoe oi zoiouc on nour.
The transactions in Government stock, were
I'.gnt. loupcne, '81, 10SJ-.; 6-2U . 102; 10-40'. W.;
I oo s lu.
PETROLEUM AND MINING STOCKS.
The market for retrolenm and Gold .h.re was
qutit. inn following are the quotation. :
iWuoehoff 12H0-, l ulled Stales eVl-; Ada Elmore
20.1: consolidated Gregory 151 : Dawnierille Ail
Grneral Gol 1 KO, Benton I50-, KeW York Gold 4A:
Smith A I'armlee 100 ; Bullion 450; Wal-kill Lead
The dry goods market is firm aod steady with a
slight advance in prints. An adTauce is also
locoed form heavy lu-.iwn and bleached eootls.
8he-lii!g. aud Shirting, Blown, no cbang ;
oie.bum uu., iw ruaoge.
Tbe following are the prices reported at the Dry
urills Brown Amoskeag 24 ; Boot Mills 25;
Uioiiezc; jnaesacbuectt 25; Pepperell 4: Wln
Cottonades Eagle S2'i Farmer and Mechanic
-VI ; w Tork Mill, New York Camlets 42W;
I'irk Mills 4u! ; Peaibertcn 55 ; Plow Loom aud
an. 11 ou ; mcumona bittenden mixed 411.
toio::!iams--t;airdonia as ; I. la. row aa; Uart-
10 ii.ncasier is.,; w.ncneeter 20.
Irin!ed Delaine. Arniorvr. 2:i ; Hamilton
..; racine zz.
Print. Aliens 1X ; American 17 ; Amoskeag
muviu-. .u, i-.mui in; innnrns ii.st: r.m.
lure . raui.ii i.,, n.rner ei uo. je: lauca.
ter 11,; iiwsu ij; .uerrimac V 18; do W 19
citic 18 ; Kicninonds 17 ;
Sprngue. Frock 19
Financial. NEW YORK, May 11.
asw VVSUIAITlVltaiDEIjm .
The atock market exblbita niw nnrar.,.ti
oenre. out wit bout any increase of activity. Tbe
uuinitie puuuc acep aiooi iron, tbe market, a Tery
. Mirnon rourtte when prices are reallr moderate
The rata and market i verv much in th. h.n.u
ofbmkers. the atreet considerable interest m
felt in the probable fnto of th Limn n.n k.
to-nrrw, aira u H eoBBidered certain that in
the event of tbe meaanre being adopted there will
be a reneral advance In stocks. At ths Krri
lUichicnn Southern waa the stronarMit t-ir nn k.
ioere is a consioeraMe amount of-atock be
iug bonzbt up in a quiet war. sudivmwI t. iva.
account cf a new clique in the toak, which is con
siderod capable of bfiog run np to ho upon its
-.... ikwiu. kipv uni vr lower.
borer omenta rather mors. .rii. w.;t.a
chaiige in price, b s f ',7 hare been more In de-
HiBiiu, stuu bohi np IO l.t.
Foreigu Exchange is rather lesa actke, bat the
cauraitl a.Travu. uuwf IDO aCarclty Of prodC
m j nu vumnjcrtjia. sara tne dioiuit mar Vast
ues siuugiAn. Ibere is no abatement hnt
.ua., hso ui jyirmtFTia oi iae lunds. Bankers
ani very nttie, speculation beinor tnlt i.h
r .nuuu in very actire de
mand. The uncertain-v rnutlwir vi. t
, , J r -mu
a-iia m Hfiim amount OI ODeillioiu In an.
Call loans ransn'rom U7kn U t-nt iti. i... w.
SAA A.AAO AIlCVtAlllUg I K .
New York Market—May 11.
CnTTox Firm and oniet. SaIm !ua i. r
middling. ' Aa
-Ufija. Dun. IrrtMruIar and ansott? .mi
s at i.,a,in ior extra stata- sun
(tjiu.u ior extra rounonoop unto, 5 10,10 H, 76 for
vrnnu. mumrv nwiD uau. wun OaCUning ten-
Waiaar Quiet. Sales at ?i'.2-fat2T am-
ern, ami l for refllltd.
wukat .ery dull, nneettled. and nornln.n. t
caies at 3,ifetwi,n tor prime white Mleblaaa.
Bra juict and steady. Sales ef western at 85
B ABLET M A IT Dull.
Ooas Qniet and active, and firm Ibr nArlr.t.
bales at 7aa0c for nnmnnd. 80fa.Tn fnr mnnA
iawi wtBieiD, potn in store ana deiiTered.
Oats AfthNde firmer.
balee at 4ifMlo fur new wc-stern. rW 7. a.w
S,4ab Dnll Fnlea
t 11lic for Cuba;
nnvana at l'UrtiI3' '
MoLatsa Qnwt. Sal -a at 11c for Porto
Sak-a at 28KT2!fc for crnila. and Jjua-A- r..
Poaa FirtZTtyr bnt cloeed irrernlar.
bales at If H 1-,0.31,43 for new mM
at a.t.-iT 1nr r-jAat.- fi n nrjzn .t 8
tjaij.'-'-ijiM for prime. Also f830 bbls new
ur amy. jonf. and Julr. aellar'a nrl k...-.
nni,in att S'Vi t c.i "
B kef Firm at prerious nriiv
Brtr Hams Firm. Salea of 191 bbls at fl2 oj
Oct SIeat Firmer and more activ
Sal at 1Z1 iMlix for should(r. .nsff ina
fs.r h.M ' "
Salea at 144c for CumbertaDd cut.
L.B Heavy, tislea at 10St22c. Small alti
BtTrrica IleavT. Sab a at 52(4.1e for Ob U m.mA
Obksk Dull. Bales at l"-22tV.
FnaioaTa to Litkkpool Doll.
N. Y. Stock Market—May 11.
OoTxasMBXT Srocxa Without anaterial aitm.
U. 8- 6sof 81, conponn do 6-20 ooumn r
L--yv 1 " " 1-1 Jii i-vJUS.
( b(cj.ao and Ro k Iilmd 91" : rhit.M
w - --, i'icir-1 iru tr, ninois n
Michigan tooth era 7tAi; Kaadiajc Itrrv.
Bndton Xrie Xw Yorn Tn
lan tic Hail Steamshtn Co 133: WMit-s TT-i
Telegraph Uuickoilrer Mining Co. 66
tfanpoaa preierrcd iT.
Buffalo Market—May 11.
Wmui luiet and nominal.
Coax Sale, of yellow at .7.; Mixed Ko I at eo;
iked without certificate ASf.lc.
vats Chicagi bo 1 at 44c. ,
Other grain and whisky nominal. '
Pork ewleaat $ll,uu.
Laan Sale, at 22c. ,
Cakal FsBienrs Dull. To Kew Tork : cwra
lie; wheat 13c. To Albany : corn 8c; wheat
lifcCBIFT" f ivDr UUfVDllM. WDCSl 'VJ OUBU,
AHAt EXPOaTS Floor Z77 DDU, WHett tMJ,.l.U
liniU; corn, iw.imk); cati S0.44O.
Oswego Market—May 11.
Flock UniettM. with rood damand. Snim t
tin .ii f.ilO.60 for No 1 vriut; f ll.T9rvil2.90 for
red winter; $14.60 for XX; 91 ,H for wuir.
Whuat 8crce and quit. tfales of No I Mtl
waukMclnbat f'Al'S; S W btjpl. NoJi-llDtt-fttta
at SI.K-V new amber iMichigaa at 3,49.
O-T IN ODii oat.
T A) Koaioai.
CA.1AL t RKItlBTt. Plill.
IaAKB I.poktb 11,i-' bQ4h omi ; oat. lti.T- 0.
troRr bbW fluar; 700 baB- wh4. 1-
0U0 corn; 3J,f- bul-j; U,44 170.
Toledo Market—May 11.
Ftor tiniet. '
Wheat inacliv, and 4G9e lower.
tilfaj of new amber Mjcliieaa t S-.'JA; c!0 1
red Wbab $!,; old amber aiictoigan tl,H;
No I Miiw,na8 clan
t -! lc betltr. tfait-a at -;',(kD?c fnr So 1
mixd; 65(1, toc fur No it; t9in fur yellow.
uats fun atia .to lower. ci at uk ior ao 1.
Laki Imwrts PuJI.
Mining Stocks—May 19.
The prices of Biuiing atocka bid Uk Boetca to-da j
tapper Falls ,SW; M'TrrlT !V, navroek 19".;;
Miou-aota 11; Qa.ncy 17; B.jr frtate It; Bout oh
water rower ii- uovai r raoKiio
Chicago Market—May 11.
V hkat l;DJcttl'. No 1 d?rlind 2W-ici No 2
orhned (114;. tnu of o 1 art .' 1.74,
clminsat f i,tl,'9; No. I ranged f-om fl.lti
Co aa Dx lined Ic, ilovirg itwly at 5t for
t-TS Du l an) inactive.
altos PtrBE AdTRDrrd . A" 3 loeinir firm.
fBtifiBTH Firmer bnt ottift. I'V; on corn to
KccBipm Flonr "H Lbi:- wlieat Lo:
oorn t!2.U0O bo: oata M.) bu.
BiiiPMKKT rionr 7,.Tt Dbia.iw&eM o uuv a.;
corn a,o ba; oat bf,wo.
N. Y Money Market—May 11.
BfoNEi Qai,t and eaar mi 4u5 cwr cent, for
HTiaLi-te KiKHiNOK Mcadv at IW-.l 10.
Qoli Without dVcided chaDtre, opouiuc at 10
ftiTrancing to U'Jfa decitaing to l-,1, aud closing
Milwaukee Market—May 11.
Flour Inl aad tndinr downward.
WatAT Fira. 6alaatSl 6. for No 1.
iJoaa gni-t. 81 t 60c for bo 1
FEir.HTfi lc on corn to Baffalo.
Receipt) Wheat 6sli0 ba.; flor 1700 bbla.
Suiphekts Floar 5mnj bUn; wb-at 115,XU ba.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision
Tbe following are th rate charged by nt :
Hah Pogmr-ctired preninni hama V tl
0aetamei Ha hs " B... 2
Dried Beef ,M W
SnocLDRBSnar'Ciired It tH..MH-H....M 14
' CaoTaieed IS
Bacos Or 8inoktd Sidtm S . 19
L arb Prime Leaf kettle-rnd'din bblaor trea 3
41 Prime Leaf kettle-md'd in kegs $ "iiy.
FOR Ko. 1 meaa V bbl.-wwt. .. W
Ixtra olear bbl . , ?S 1
. Light inc . 2t 00
KKo extra charge made for packageo or cart
age to railroad opote or boata. All artirlea are
warranted trictly prime, and eqnal to auythicg in
ine DTeate. uroera promptly ciiea.
KUSB A PBKNTISS.
Kne. 14. 144 sarxl Out -trio rtr.t,
J. V. Painter,
B AX HER, ,
147 6npcrior strwt, Cleveland, Ohio
UNITED STATES BONDS,
Fpeele and Corelgrn Exchangr,
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
KNTKBEt) Max 11.
BtmrCity or Cleveland, M-Kay, Detroit, 2W3 bbla
aud 15t aack potatoes, 17tf bbla flour, 40 m ihin-
Prop VTiooD!in, Van Allen, Toltrdo
Prop Toledo, Watta, BnlTalo, groefrit-a, hardware.
Prop City of New York, Hollo, Osdnnbarch
Prop Canisteu, Blackmaa, liankirk, groceries,
dry roods, uardware, iundrii
Prop PiwMaic, Mltchvll. Dunkirk
Prop CoDcorii, Mclntjrw, Detroit
Pmp 8 D Caldwell, Lowii. ferula
Schr Tr ato, Mjrick. Bnffaio, lmtO bbla water lime
Bchr Kl x LugaH, Mareilliot. East Bauioaw, 27U
m ft lumber
Schr R H.lf, Coltett, Bowan, 12 m n lumber, 285
IV w UuiiaUfHo, Bullock, Dorer Bay
6cow iBdianola, Bvckrr, Kast tSagiuaw, Hw m feet
Scow Herxrnia, Bnrlingame. Burwel.. W.870 fet
Stmr Horning Star, Tiger, Detroit. 49,311 lbs Iron
w aega aai, am nxs glaaa, aunortra
Prop Ptutaaic, Mitchell, Toledo
Prop Toledo, Watu, Toledo
Prop ( anieteo, Blarkman, Toli-do
Prop City of Kew York, Rollo, Chira)
Prop Vviatconein, Vau Allen, Ozdfnsbnrgb
Scbr waudercr. Faiacar. lolMo. Hj tons
Schr Timothy Baker, Burke, Matqaette, hv tone
Sfhr Mary Boo h, IInlen, Kowan
Jchr Petrel, Peltier, Pt Hope
tkbr W B tiibbaxd, Hicki, Milwaiike, 226 tona
Schr Ann Maria, 1'apron, Chicago, 4W tona roal
octir rttariigtit, H hue, Manlay, li tona coal
ficow J F Prince, Wells, Black River
Scow Spanker, Haly Detroit
ffxow MadaJ-na, hutertP, Kelky'a lland
Scow ( onsuello, Brtlkrlc, Aron
Sto Lime Rock, Farjcher, Band beach
IScow May Breeze, Parsons, Dttroit
COM MISS'N MERCHANTS
a. BioHliS. ataai s. nans.
HUGHES A DATI8,
F0BWASDIN8, PBOD0CI AMD
General Conimlsslon Merchanta,
EEXTOS'S FIBS PKCOF BLOCK,
SS, S3, S7 AM SS JSEUH I.V STKKKT,
Fereooal nttintion eiven to th. nn.rK.u
e "wines, ttrain. Flour, and all kinds
FOUWARDIVG PRODI CE
GENKRAL CO.n.lIlrION MUKCIIANTfl,
And dealer in
(rain, Floor, Provision. Halt. Water
""iv, iveeas, jsattvr.
Barine rnrrbaaed the interest .r A nn....
in the ii- at of Bnrankl. a Rum., I.. ....... '
ed will rrry on tbe above bosineas at their old
'", oe. ei anu aa Jlerwio street, Cleveland, O.
ape 3118 BPHA.Nr.'.K ' glX.
ua,a. maab. a. sAmiaB. a. sana.
K0BKUT, DASSa A CO,
Successors to Henna, Garretoa A Co.,
r or warding A Commission Merchant.
DSALIBS.IS PB0CUC, BAIT. tlSH. An.
Central Ix change, Ko. ICS and 171 Blver atra.
Arenta for th. eT.i.n.i r- . . . . . .
a -, , - . imtiw, sbs ijaae
wfiiw inw ot oteasnera. 1 ..sb
Vm. K. T. LIUS. iuu
lastabiiihed in 1641
t I.ETKLAJfD, OHIO.
K0D. 39, 1, S3, 6 AND 7 KEBWI5 8TBIKT.
A 43 EST OF TIIK
Salt Company of Onondaga,
BYBACCSB, H. T.
KEWIMVS1KH0PI WATER LIME EMEHT CO
Pirrrar a vt
Flonr, CrKln, Pravlsions Silt. Water
. m snnarr, AT It II, JIOIHS.
11a I tor. av '
Dine personal attention riven to tbe r,nrrh.
or St irchandise and Proouce on order..
Tn" Onamlesion for the purchaae and sale
VoltH"?'.? r"" M y be Copied by
the )Vrd of Trade from lime to time. mU:R13
CLAKK A SAXF0KO,
(Successor to Clark A BockeT.IW t
Prodace Commission Merchants.
Ann bull, na
Orala, Seeds, Fk.nr, Fish, Water Lrsee. PhBstsw
CtMrae. rine. Arn.ni ,
Hos. 89, 41, 43 nd V, BlTerstreetando.il,. nv
Property receienl bv BailriMd n. i' . - ,.
or Bnlp-nent. Will ale. nern.i .rJ-V...!..
UU .nJ nnnhau n D .'-"..' 7.' J"""
r sat atercaandia. a
Z" Ci"h. dr"' nade on Consignment..
Befar to Busineee Mn and BaoAar. genersllTI
JO KM RllLLAla
rsirir a noLLA).
(Sacceawr to Malone, Petlit A Co., laU Baaxt
FORTTABDIVG M E IT CIIAi. TS.
AOEKTS FOB THK
lake Saperlor Line; of Steamers aad
OFFICE AKD W1REH0USE 127 1 B9 fltVEB STREET.
Tbe most strict Mrwtui .,,u,i. Hi.
Lioeral cash advance, mart, tm M.ilnmu.ia
aarV. kw, eonatantlv am 1,. .h.-..t
brand, of Ohio and Indiana Floor. Pork. ni.
OhiO and IndiA Tlnnr. Pnrk r.e.1. I
eaie on Commi-lon. Dealer. . t7irVo-
LabrtcatinAT Oila. Ks.it wtar t a-.
obmv ana au aunna of Oonntry
AC.1DE.UT OF Ml SIC,
loba A. IlUler. Manager H.' OtaryTnurtt.
Prick or AvMiMioif.-Irwi Otrct ami Tar.
jnette, 60 centf ; Basrvoa Seata t Drea Circte, TS
Oonta ; Faailr Circle, 60 conu; Glrj, 26 coat a:
Pri.at Box, $6 and $8 ; Singla cttti in Frivata
Doora open at 7 00. Onrtaln rtaaa t 7.4f.
Colored peraotM wilL nnder no circamctaacea. oe
permitted tooecapy aeata in mnj ather porttwa of
ioe oooae, save see uailaTT. Adiueaion JDoaaU.
Sixth night of the entmment of MRS. WABRIH .
MISS JULIA DALY p
MR. SAM RYAN.
tVrnBdand !t iiibt of OCR FIHALI AM Kit
I AN COk'SlN. rxrit hut niffkt wrtk anch
grtrat denonsti-MsOua of deligrt.
Thia BATCRPAT EVENING. Har lth. IRV".
will ba prvnt'd the S act Conwdy. by OiarW
tia3ltr, n titled
OIK FEMALE AMERICAS CO tail..
ParBMlia Aplebj....H Mr. Warren Edgsrton.
Tc conclude with tbe Comedy called
Bandy Andr Mr", gam Rthc7-
O . W . CAGE
led Authorlifd ailitar Claim igcnW
Offlee 13 Caie'J It lock. IV ear I'oslelllee,
afCottecte Bonn tiee. Bark Far and Prima
Morjry; prcarea PenRion Certidcatea for Mother,
WMowt, Oipbana aad InTalida; protetntea War
Claims of erery tieacrtption.
nAAtiyi Dy a competent Awieiaiii v
WASHINGTON, we are prepared to nwleTtaka
nvsK-IIWilieai vl, ICO 1 II incnxitai m ar at satva
to, claimain which otber atiorxkts have paile.
TaIv vaaccer-, no fee. fcbl3
Late Uont. OoL 197th O. V. I.
Authorized Military Ckim Agent.
O0ce No. Ses fTi parir atiet, Ctereliuid Ohte.
Local and Governmant Boanttea oolitet9d naff
Pnion Certiflcatr. procured.
Application by Utter will ivoeiTe prompt atten
M. E. pHESTOS.
(Ktftabliibod December, 1861.)
tkeased k Army & Stj Claim igenty
OFFICS MO. 1 LYMAN'S BLOCK,
ear Court Qonae on Public Bqnara, ClvvebAcd, O.
We coUect Penaffmo, Bounty, Back Pay, Friae
Honey and all other War C4altna.
Laud Warrmnta bought an4l aotd.
fsa. Our Special Aftrent, reaidect at Waabrngton
D. C, girea penonn: at baa tion to ALL claima filed
sar Soldiarra of 88Sl. 'Ct! aad 'C3 can now Ilia thefr
D.achargea with na to obtain their Bounty, al
though the Law baa not yet paaaed.
B. Feea low.
TiBr.! T,iriarnair TprttreTi- JanK
NAVICATION OPEN TO
DUNK IK Kw
KOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
THE ERIE RAILWAY STEAMBOAT
Of FiratClawSOBICW 8TEAHIB? will now run
regularly lor the aaaaon. leaving Oeretand daily,
coo seeling at
DUNKIRK WITH THI KBIK BAIL WAT FOB
KEW TORK, BOSTON, UART
FORD,EWUAVE3T,PROT IDtMK, WORCESTER,
and aH the princija! Uitiea and Town in the Kew
England t4tata. Also, to Dunkirk and all point
ma kite liraey n vttv ski i jMMi4iJ.
n.rartl-a iblipiDg by tbla route ran get tfca
beueJt of the reduced ratca via the Lafcr, both on
the Kastward and Weatward hound Fmgkw
joa.i'or through ratva and hilia of la.ln. ap
ply at tho Company ' Office, luV Bivev atreat,
w. d. rtiii, igt.
. A. TJ. Ward, Agont, M0 Broa'way, Kew I oik.
W. H. DabliK4. Agent, 240 Broadway, and 22
South etreet, S. li.
Jobm 8. Dujclap, Agent, 16 State atieet, Boeton,
I THE .-
KORTHKKX IllAKSPORTlTIOrT CO,
Will during tin present eraaoa run thsir well
known and popular Line ef
FIRST CLAM SCREW 8TEAXEBS
Ogdensburgh, (ape TIncfnt A Oswego,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETB0IT.MIL.
WAUKEE AST) CHICAGO,
Touching at 1 o ter mediate Ports.
Connecting at Ogdennburgh with the Bailroad far
Boston, Portland, ljowell, Lawrence, Nashua,
Keene, Slanchester, Concord, Woroi Her,
Pitcuburxb, llellow. rail., Butland,
Burlington, Ac, Ac.
At Cape Vincent with th. Bailroad for Kew Tork.
At Oswego with a Line of nr.t class Canal Boats
for Albany, Troy and Mew Tork Md with
tbe BaU Boa-i and Canal Lines at all
Steamer leave Clevoland for
T0LKDO DAILT; for DETROIT, HUwlTJIll
and CHICAGO, eer-ry TEJ5SDAY, TBUklj.
DAT and tSATl'BOAT, and Tri-Week!y
for OSWKGO, CAPK VlNCKNt and.
"hroogh Prairtrt subject te bat on
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1. Mibu, Ko. SA.torlJoar Bocai, Ko.I
H. Higbeb. I Houae. N.Y. 1 fttetat u.-.,.
v. v...!,, i-.re.ri ... n s . I 111'.
A. An.v. Or.
densburrb. N. T.
W.Lsca, Uates A Co.
A. f. Smith, Cape Vin
cent, n. Y.
N. J. r.oniBB, Detroit,
M.J. Howa, Chlcag.
0. J. Hal, Milwaukee.
FREXCH, HIL1)S ( O,
K. HcDOLI, Faaawarer Agent. Cle.rlanrl,
rpHE MAGXIFICENT, STATJ5CH
X and rel'able STEAM KRft namswl h.ina
upal AILT LINK betwwa Cleveland and De
tioit, and all
Ports on Lake Superior.
Commencing their trip, ou the foMowing dav. aad
making regular TWU-WKKK TBIP8 throng
thearason, earh.teamer leaving Olevetand every
alternate week on tbe d.vs mmm h.i. a
o'clock P. il.: '
MWMKAW .:..x-nt. BvEwaav,
Monday, April ?0th.
H0RTBXBS L1GHT, Capt. M. H. Uvmcw.
Tnatdav. lUw i
CAI,DWKLL.. 'c.pt. J, M. Ibwis.
Wednesday, tl.y 2nd.
IKONSIDXS, ...'..ir.p,. j. . T.xa.
TriaratHn II aw a. .1
DCBUQUX,. cnpi. McLka.
Fritlv Mm ilh
MISXRAL BOCK ...pt. Jso. McBat.
8alQTlA.V. Ma Ask
IBOK Cm, Cap,. j"K0. HAliABOW,
Mond.v. af.v 7k
r.Ilt l.n Hb.i ....
.' c.pt. T. WlLSOS,
Wedneaday, Hay th.
Capt. B. 0. BwSBV,
Thursday, May llth.
... Capt. A. MclKTrar,
rridav. Bl.v 11IK
00 V. OCSHMAN, Capt. H. W. Tnoate-..
Saturday, May 12th.
Tbe trip to Lake Snnerier I. that ttirva kaaa...It..t
and health-giring cn the continent; iaoverx.000
miiea in extent, tbrougb lakea and rivers nnsnr
tecd for beauty of scenery and general attrac
tion. For particulars rea-ardlnAr thai pat.
the eecuring of Staterooms lor the trip. Acad
B. 0 ARRXT80N CO., Cleveland, Agents for lb
A...,0.A-..sUU-fWi, innnia, and Hiaeral
PkTTIT A nOLLASD, Clereland, Agents fnr the
Iron -idea. Kcwmrbb Uiinoi .n.i iro.
BOBkRl HASNA. A CO Clereland, Agents Tfor
. r axwitj, floiioera iigns, loncord
"P'l iMibn.ia. Ar.:fr-1.
SELF RAISING FLOUR.
BEST ARTICLE IS ISE.
K. B. HASEI5GT05'S
SaTes Tine, Is Kconontleal. and
. SKYER FAJW.
BoM In aaantttfee to auft naprhauar .a il.
Liberal eieconnt to Dealer,
Thia Floor aeeda bat a trial, aa ba .... i-.
Tl'TLSK A GBKK.VFIKLD Bare re.
moved their Denial Am male R w. .M
Hlrtor street, oppo.il. Cas Building. .
t. a. irruts.
CEA8. W. A COX WAT W. SQttLt,
lfn.H B. a- mw .
CJ8 tS tOUIeUOrS fit LaW
Our . a ii aa nan
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