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. "V. ist," "Few Sale, "Lpst, Wmm PWlY ate., ) to CM coins r n Cel FOR RENT. EbnKO TO KRrtT.-taowtreof KIN corner of Seneca and CBamplaip streets. nmTIC:5l3 BOARDINC. BOAB DIMG Three pleasant room. can be hd on imgmliat, application It ho. 4.) "I16 WANTS. WANTED lDBr-rtrt't man to tro to Pnni .aaia to rcufcrt bijaineaaon cwaumMiiun. In oaireof JOB Mii.liJ.AS, No. Atwater BUfc-k. Cirtriaod OLIO. TVAKTKD- -BUSINESS KKS CaimMe of earn- w In Blari uf Jrofn tiMM to t&tuu per year. Tnrthtr rariieulan can be learne4 is iK'tiwr ol- uin under heatsiiia' ot 'BotbflM Uei Wanted." tn t U :31ft wAMED An hottest an CADtbl yoanc mD IT bviuga CAf itmJ of H-M) to SljtMt, utken iiiterest in .nd at loud t a good bosieegfi ia 'hi city. TrmvaliEK AwDU want.. One Lo al Apit, i-h mtll oiitl vantid in Mrh Cfuntv in Kortln-rD Ohio. N. PAGE, Jr., ho. 1 Atwawr B. k. Ci-v.-- i f Buac't. true s.a-1 tut. l-ont other id ' n r. TTANTED IMMEDIATELY Five (rood men l oflo nil Km.:" tc larai wr. aeh..ic ui T X)1X. Jmcktoa Hoiue, fcaOiU street, fc-m i-vi bkBtl. Diar 11:314 pOOR PiUNTJKItE WANTED Applythe Leadek Job B A PAKTNKK- -Wicb . ea-h rawtf.1 of h,& to . il'j.w wanted, to in mannfetanr two imuHitod fcrua. mm n wait cu tf nrw.T.m w Hwn time. Adtlne W. JL BuM), 49 I oiod at. IJteVelatid, U. lay I'UH XT A NTK D 8 A LKoM EN Experienced Half. I i mm aurd Book-kMiwift an-ft. rred. For fur tber irti''&l&r rwad awl vert !KDiut of . AH BuIlOE in emH Itrr coiamn bea4td "talesmen Wanted." may 11:315 HrKTPr B f FHMFN , rnlv nertioUAllr OT twttrtw HAMILTON, BltUS. ft I'O., fiut Art Emporium, itf7 oupurior lUeet, L:eelitd, uaio. FOR SALE. "run JT 0 inch bore, lfi lorh itrvk. with ilnt tvi-iut Able cat off, ensuring rrest economy o! steam. Ai m aewaix boretam "-.il-r witborpfcr flu. Jl'ri X uated tn Lh vil!adof Newburgb, Cuiabopa covetr, Oel-j, wnteo coaiaio liiiuaMUUiu. i wj-u-clan. tenua, Ac, a draia aj above. A. W, OitkEN. mar '2:3)6 mft H 41.K-hewer Piat and Drain Tile: atno Jh? otorarrtDS'd Bewer Pipb. juat Uie tbicg for draitiA. or kale ciioap at ('ol Yard oa Canal, loot ol Viofmrl-Bt. K. K. U,M tt'NI niv lt:3l6 XH)R 8 A LE-A Frame Hotm and Lot on Car roll JL atreet, Mtftt Tb bouse in a rtory ao4 a half tiigb, and ttwlrt toM teet Irootl-y li t def p Apply u '.UJIUAX DJ'j.&dAl.L, iui uarroii airri, TXIR 8AL.K-H-.nwe and lot No. 1U7 Tracr tr t. Jl Alao Tauaut lot nest to ammo, bvnae cuniatiui HI roomaafid a good c. Uar ; good well, c.aiernaod grapv arroroii uia place i.uu eaty. x.uiire oi n KEvLU.ai Huron. LouiA Cta Csn-erk nia iu.jio 1 MM K A WAY FOR MALE A two aeat -Tk. t'aiaily Uockawaj lor saia. iUQuira Biaylo -in XX' K -A LK-A new brirk hoime acd ht in Eat JL CI iTelnvsd, oppoai Ir. btr.ter'a. Tbe hoa awtatoe room n Uie lowr floor and 4 cuaubeni. In iot i m iet front, r y 'AW :eet devp. or t- rm apply to W a. r. PAttKER, I,ake atreet. or be can be aeea utt tba pramnui Biuat anytime annua ue Oavy. ma) w. XOK SALE ,uo loa S?mr Cnred Hmdi; 5.W0 X llMuita Ourt-l Miouklert; SJU buib-U pnaie jana a tteaaa at jji.Uuii a 7 7 Jiiver st. mayy:ui XHii S-AL.E barreta Lubricating Oil, of dif jl fereut grade ana pncua at BIjUUU Miw . 77 BiTer atraoc. may9l3 A RARE CHANCE for an invtwunetit. Abu J. lioeet on SutM-rior aurt d3ing a flue trade, od on ot the best locatione on the :rert. Toe raunn for aelliug, ncknetw in the family and wfehp to leave uMcity m or amracuian atunas a. uuim. majtf.814 fA L. K Ub btrn Voariae. Krt H, r pow- Iron B-d Pltj Fir U .nA Uin i'.i ley; Eoiocz5 Huirv Pur, nearly as ffrod aa nw ooe BoUer 4c iurb-rc in baatf r, 2H i-vtlon; ltsi bteam Iinm, imtat-te tor a aw nil!; will tie ajk ciMp. Apuly to llJOJbLAa AiANNiNU, Vol an m onauxy. w tn &t. . mAy&3JV IHIR lALK UoimeaiMl Lot toraate oo E.lward . iiret, near Perry, and a lew rod trom Kins man .treat. Prioe itJmu. luquixs on Uk prtnusas. CHlt HAJLJ2 OIL A floe lotof Pt-troleamBum-X tKf Oil, as tha aotory ot V . J. GUILD, oq WANTED- ACE NTS. T7 A N T fc D AUKN T3 tl'.uw a ear aart all ex I pwaaes i aid. 1 want axt-uls, male and femaiv, In Ter- oouut in the I olteu btt-a, and in Eorcpe, to Introduce a new rateutt-d invenUon one of Uit TeaUM acMeTemeota of Ameri an c:ence. or innner panicv ars. aUdrecs H . u. H XL)I fin. Lymaa's btwk, c'H-Telaod, Ohio. mnylI:3.S A GENTS W A N T E D To aell "Lloyd's Hietorr a. ei i ue unqu tun eii oa in ou volume, Xoauc Amarican 8taWri.cn." and Other nooular aorki AddreasB b. GBJiJtJf, Boom 4,AmtMican Bail.tiuff AiK.NTrt WANTKD-TctUUwTerrpoiwlar entfraiiivs, "Cbrist Bleestug Lin! CbUdrt-ii," . ri'to tu Lil' "Lincolu aoii WanLiiica'i TTTA.NTEO Airt-nn tn sell land pet up Barton' . V i'ateut Uonae BU. Every bona 7i -r ; a .r?. - 1,ul,te" n Bperiad tenilcry. ti. XtALAlXA,suM. Oein AgimtprtJlojlXaDtiZ "yrfANTED-KAPI CHANGE FOB AGENTS ' cjfariw. LrateteMtiitoryoU.e ar.ia tjeari.' vo nwe, spleodtdly iiinHtrrtted, wttb 9yj niw pvi ii-aj ul tiuar.rais aud ilaula bceoea. aiKiow.vt'i,ij i oiur",e, auiGfotic and reila vNbistr potjinbaM. it oonmius readiLui mi:ii wiurw ufRtnmmrt. H-fjj 'or circular an. - vi tM uim. rtoiiiwi jus aa i-LH.'). a oo.. 14 MISCELLANEOUS. TROK. THIAS wou.d rwjpestfaHy Inform ui-mru iiiuu pairoos nai n ia now preparru to attend to fhaviLui. Hair lrei;ap ktid ihampoon ag, Hair Oolorins, Ac, In tbe bwtf r je. Ainu, tliat w .wane ui i h unvu iv hip rarf 01 tLnrus mm loa -Lnd Ingrowing ul. bhop ander the J -hp aon Unu9f. ap;a-3a2 S50: " fn uuia tn roll at t! old to ud 01 Dwnntlei of arerr kind, i : Uold and EUrei n atCtM.. Uunmiiii kilwnr U . . I . ', r.Mtoia. Olotliiun. Irj Good, nanoa, ttelodeoaa. .d ' r" in upm y ana articu. of ve.tu on tuo noni utectory termO BuaiuMa .Incur irivau. Jfi.. toipueo ii3i a. B.-A .riaty of iDiokml I'vnn, etc., for aato at borgmina. i. ITiforMr . ) at.rand Superior atreta,on Fiexouo'a Cioioina sum. aw wartwijB. FANCY COODS. BAKU OFK 156 ! or ins sew AXXBIC1S hoop SKIRT Xannractorr iin FAXCT eOODj SIUKI, or EOLOXONlU.1 UKUS., 16 Snperlor st opposite the Wcddell , ifferchanta win aaTe 25 per een. by our- cbaaiag at thia eat bliahatnt, aa it n In -li.p- rOR LAKE SUPERIOR. T?H)B blTKKIOtt CITY. J- A Th aplendid, new and atKnnch"-?i iow pr.nr. aioe.wneal pa.am r -tcuicr KEWtXKAW Cart. Al.lBt Sn.iit, Ltare. or dock for Superior City, Bajnetd, La MOKDATKESr, May ih,.tS,clck P. M. ' rora-M deatrona of TUItlns tha gold Raid, of .ermuioa lw, can aiwaya reJT on tbta beaatirnl auamer goluj regniafly aach Uua to tne liMd m the Uka- ITor fnrthv Information rfffarding freiffbt or pny J raini ti.iLLAMi, ro.ylO 4t lTan 120 Rirer-et. OPTICIANS. f0LOIOMSO.' CELEBRATED SPECTACLES. r eoanaalty WILL NOT be deoetrM to deaj witk the, who Baka rALSI PBETSNS1UNS. .,Tly wjr to aaaa powr f tflu, ia byprail yanrpdrea with a pair of fruod .pectacleo wbieb w only ca oktainod at tha old aattblitbed and well known Optical Institute or Sr. SOLOMOSSOH'8, ISM Snparparatroot, nnder the Amerfa. fw BVwnreof trnl.noiaJiiiKto a Mr, 8olo apnwi.1.1. rt pejj SEWINC MACHINES WHEELER & WILSOVS Sewing: Machines! 303 Superior Streoet. WM. SUMNER ft CO. r-apg: A3EVr!. LONG HUIAN HAIR. ntESIX IMPORTATIOJC. WK DAY HAS REMOVED TO 102 PrBLI0hQUa.BK.RR. WILLIAM DAY ha via: j3t anivod from Enrop, wou'.d ia. form tba Ladies and public generally, that be has tvi open for Inspection the largest and mat oom plete stock of H U SI A S IIATB GOOL' iTer offered to them la CWt-Un'i. Handsome L-fng: Rair, brmift eperially for the manu facta tine of SWITCHES, PILAIDS, COIL H EAD feRESSEf . c. Ladies wiii e well to examine tUia beantil Balr before rvrchaitrt: fOaav her. N- B. Many very pretty Hed Dresies bronirfct direct from Peris Ue Tery latfat laaulon inew oesifms in Coihi, Ttrt t'ows, Ac.) Any of the above Bead DresKrM, all of which can he ma4e oat ot Switches and Bnuaa without tajory toaitset AT- Ladies Hair Itrsaalsc .a U tbe latet asd v. nmrl4 fa Scc0Ild National Bank OF CimhXD. Designated Depository for all Pablle jtoniei. GOTERSMEST LOAX AGEXT8. KSKF OK IAIB TO IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 7 3-10 TREASURY SOTES, OF ALL CENOMIKATIIOSS.t bait urkst rmto . (MILD AMD (.OLD OOITD.NS iarrhftmd .t hiebMt Dricea. M- We bnj and pell ail clp of OotciupmiI Sertirittes st Urt Batea. ooxll tt E. J. FARMER & CO. BANKERS, U5 811'lSSlOa 6THEET. U. S. 5' OOVEWKUKST BBCCEITIS8, GOLD, 8ILTIK AND C0CP0H8, CNCTJEBKNT FCSDS, C. 8. ta ONE IEAB CEBTIT. 1KDIBTEPNEBS O. 8. PER CENT. COMPOUND INTER EST .NOTES, 184. Ill HA ICR OH CKIAT BBIUII ABO TUB COKXIKEST, Bonsrht acd aold. ArDta for Korth Aairlcan Llo.d Line of SteaKiKbin.. P.Hfonrer. ticketed tM)th to and from Br. men. Bontbampton, London and Harre. ntTlS It nt,irvTtT.Atr. . DAILY LEADER . JHOiiDAy, MAY 14. 1866. . SKW ADFERTISEMJE3ITS- Acadeiuy of Moilc Octoroon. Bnrt A Dare Watchea, Clocks, Ac. Beggs A BcGarrey 3 Local Nctices. Dr.. Wilson A Stearns Medical Lectare. Drs. Uanier A Bamsay Medical Letter. Hower A Higbee Silks and Shawls. John V. H isley Steam Engine for tSalt. OalTin Carr Local Notice City of Oleralaod Wotica to Sewer Boilders Beg s A McGarrey Gas Fitting and Flamming Ford A Wtigner Parasols, c. Btrong A Arnutrong Hasheesh Candy. Chart y Bospltal local Notice. L. D. Hudson Local Kottca. Geo. Hall 2d Hand Piano for Sale. T. A. Sbenard A 0a Furnltore at Reduced Price. Geo. Ball Local Sol lee. U. B. License Sbonld be paid without Delay. Geo. -Hall Pianos and Organs. L.T. Sbofleld nWmoyal. . Boback't Bitters Local Notice. Hocteitar's Stomach Bitten Local Notice. R. H. Carran Local Notice. Job Phermap Wan Wanted. " qlT For EvenlDg Edition lVews nee lntilde. K- For Morning Edition Kewa see otiUlde. -; CITY NEWS Freak Violin and Guitar String' At Hall's 17 Monument Park. TJ. S. LicE.tsxs. V. S. licenses should be I paid for without delay. Beceived this day at J. R. Shipherd'a, two eases elegant French bonnets. A book that all should read. Enclose ten cents and address Miss J. L. Kirke, Gram- pion Hills, Dearfield county, Pa. I The Wheeling manufacturers begin to see the importance of this point as an outlet for their Nails. See agency of Belmont Nail Works of Calvin Carr. Look at J. R. Shipherd's for May Queens in every variety. Tea Cuvruw Cecekal HoarrrAU The adjourned meeting of the friends of the pro posed new Unseclarian Hospital will be held this evening at the Court House. All in terested, especially the ladies, are earnestly requested to be present stone of the new German Lutheran Church, corner of Bolivar and Erie streets, was laid yesterday afternoon with appropriate cere monies. A large number of spectators were gathered, and the Services were deeply in teresting and impressive. A Slight Sfbixkle. The streets yester day morning had the appearance of having been thoroughly wet down, and a heavy rain continued until nearly noon, making church-going very unpleasant In the af ternoon the sunshine was as bright as ever, and the pavements were dry at night To morrow the streets will be dmty again. Meoicated Liualatio. Theletter which appears in this moning's issue on the Causes of Consumption reads Chronic Consump tion. Wo call attention to this error, as the series of articles on the causes of this fatal malady by Dr. Ramsay is of a particularly instructive character. The letters will in the future appear every Saturday in the Leader. Beautiful crape and lace bonnets openod this day at J. R. Shipherd's. Cbasgs or Tuts. By reference to our ad vertising columns, it will be seen that the Cleveland, Columbus 4 Cincinnati Rail road changes time to-day, leaving Cleve land st 7:15 A.M., 2:45 P.M, and 8:20 P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at 0:30 P.M., 1:00 A.M., and 6:30 A.M.; Indianapolis at 8:15 P.M., and 7:15 A.M. : Chicago by the Crest line route at 11:00 P.M., 6:00 A.M., and 11.30A.M. From this date, daycare will be attached to the 7:45 A.M. train, from Cleveland, and run through to Chicago without change. Bleeping cars run through from Cleveland to Chicago on the 8:20 P.M. train. Direct connection tor Chicago, also, by tbe 2:15 P.M. train. All the latest summer styles opening at J. R. Shipherd's. Tbe Bar Library. We take pie-sure in calling the attention of cur lawyers to the meeting this afternoon, at Court Room No. It will be an adjourned meeting from that held last Monday, called to hear the report I of a Committee and to take action on the I organisation of a Law Library Association. I We understand the Committee have pre- 1 pared a report, and will urge upon other I member the eminent propriety and neces-1 sity of creating such a society. Many of the I elder and all the younger members of the I Ear are very much interested in the que- tion, and we hope, by afl means, an organi-1 Ration will be formed that will reflect credit I pon the bar and honor to the citv. I P I Fast DRinxo. Two fast young blades who were amusing themselves yesterday by .,..ik.i cny nuaueniy came to griet. A wneel of their carriage broke and they were spilled out rather uncere- moniously, Their horse took fright and ran down Seneca street and at one of the superior airtt crossings ran over a man, injuring him severely, one of tho thills of tne carriags atriEing mm in tne snoulder and inflicting a severe wound. The young men were taken in charge by the police, and will answer for their recklessness to day. A few arrests and fine will make our streets much safer for pedestrians, and it is to be hoped they msy receive full justice. all The party injured was Jacob Holtzworth. Ax Old AcurAixTAxcE The Reno Times has the following notice of a rascal who figured here some year sgo : Some time aro we made note of a detec- ve on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad no had hrmsell been arrested lor stealing from th i r.flr Hnnu at VarMn. IT. h.a since eonfeesed to a series of crimes, one of L which wes the murder of a man atTidionte. j r. J , t ii ,L ii r (,mnril I Wa htrsi svtntA rov lcvl irtv Af I this Winfield SoU. "In the dava wh we went gipeeying" about the streets of I Cleveland he entered that city as a singing .tb!r' r aK ,a'Je jaTn1,.dver- tiseda grand chnral or floral entertaunme-nt I by his pupils, and finally departed without giving the equivalent He is a scamp so far as he has abilityto be. and Ladies will do well to call and examine the elegant bonnets at J. E. Shipherd's. THE ST. GEORGE'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. from the Stewards— proceeds of the Festival—Thanks to Patrons and Assistants. W. live below the most important pari of the able report of the Stewards of this excellent Society, submitted to the mem- bora at a special meeting, held on the 8th iosL It is deeply interesting, and we are clad to see that the festival was as success ful pecuniarily as it was satisfactory to the guests and patrons who attended it. ilr. President and Gaitlemtn: Since pre senting their reports of the proceedings to the 10th ultimo, in reference to tne progress msde in the sale and issue of tickets, as well as to the completeness of the arrange ments then made to carry out the festival, your Stewards feel, in approaching and completing their labors, that when you know tho pecuniary results tney nave to convey, you will share with them that ex treme pleasure and gratification which they now leel, and wnicn aione sausues auu makes content the " labor of love." After the first meeting, held on the 16th of March, they had no TesB than thirteen sittings, to consider and decide upon the best means whereby the eighth annual gathering of this society could bo made successful. Curing the whole of their counsellings with each other, and many sem'-meetings, it is their pleasure to say that they acted throughout in perfect har mony and equanimity. In order to Becure the most perfect suc cess to the Society on the one hand, and satisfaction to patrons on the other, they first of all divided their labors by appoint incr one of their bodv Chairman, another Treasurer, a third Master of the Cere monies, and the fourth lion. Secretary. In these duties, apart from their united deli hratione. no one interfered with the other ; thus labor was shorn of pain, and the wheels of good understanding and manage ment went smoothly along during the whole time thev acted. To say that their labors were crowned with perfect success would bo a false asser tion. If thev failed in socio respects, as assuredlv thev did, ii was in error of i ud lament. What they did was done for the best ; they sought each other's opinion counselled with members of this com mittee, and succeeded in many respects in carrying out matters with more complete ness' than they otherwise conld have done. To the ladies who so kindly volunteered to sing at the lestivai, ana wuo so ini.u fiillw and aweetlv nerformed their pro mises, your Stewards tender, on behalf of the Socictv, tneir warmest manas ; vj aimo Carluue ind Krabill their best acknow ledgment are due and hereby presented : to Mr. Underner, words would but poorly convey the deep obligations your Stewards feel for his extreme kindness, ability, tact and very gentlemanly bearing throughout the whole ot nis moat arduous auuea, duties which he so gracefully performed on and before the I3d ult. That he should have been disappointed in the assistance of Mr. E. 8. Bobbins was a matter deeply to be lamented, yet it was one of these things which could not be avoided by jour Ste wards. " Beggars as we are in thanks," we do most cordially and with deep sin cerity thank thk talented gentleman for his kind and justly appreciated services. To Mr. tiarrott your committee offer their thanks, for the handsome manner in which he arranged the dinner-tables, the abund ance with which he supplied them, and the faithfulness with which be fulfilled his con- tract. To Messrs. Stairs and John Greenfield vour Stewards desire to express their thanks for the assistance they received in making some two hundred toy flags. To the floor managers, Dr. Dickinson and Mr. J as tan, who assisted Messrs. Mill and Greenfield, we now tender our best man as, Ta.L ,i. J Vour Stewards are also ereatly indebted to Messrs. W. Day and D. C. Jugamilis, for their assistance at the dinner table, as well aa to Messrs. Blackburn, Larndcr, E. Stairs and G. Greenfield, for tho support they ren dered the President Te Messrs. Walton Biker and King tho thftnk.4 nf vonr Stewards are also most de servedly due, for the loan of pictures and national flas. To Mr. Heisbv vour stewards are deeply sensible of the services he rendered on the nightof the 23d nit To him and to Prof. Und-n?r, to G. A. Benedict, Esq., and the Rev. J. H. Rvlance, they have caused let ters of thanks to be written. Though this last named gentleman does not hold so pro minent a position in this report as he should ij.em.he,wif nS'lJFfiCa'HV. jat,MWe,fiJflPIS at tue dinner table, tnan your stewards and they now beg to assure him that he car ried from tho hall on the nicht of the fes tival tho best wishes of more than three hundred friends. By an examiaation of the balance sheet herewith appended, it will be seen that the total number ot tickets used and paid lor ill) 303 at $2 and 7 at $1, the amount 'nich is sfijia. To this is added o th gift of G. A. Benedict E:q-, making a total of $618. These figures represent your re ceipts. The expenses are comparatively neavy, inougn your stewards nave nothiui to regret in this respect as they have ex' ercised as much economy as prudence could possibly dictate : By eash paid te Mr. Garrett $429 00 " Advertisements and sundries... 117 116 Balance 71 05 $018 00 In the above account vour stewards beg to draw your attention to the fact that the sum would have been $10 greater than here charged but for tbe svmuathv of Messrs. Cowies and Armstrong, who each deducted fo trom tneir accounts. Your Stewards have the satisfaction of de claring the profit of the festival to amount i Si i oo : and in submitting this report lor your approval, beg to thank vou for the general aid you afforded in the sale of tickets, and in your patience while listenin to ue reading ol this statement (Mgned) A. B. Halliwel, I w t IT . I T' M ,.. ' f Stewards, F. D. Skillett, r (Presented May 8th, 1866.) The meeting adjourned, after passing vote of thanks to the stewards, for their able service in the management of the festival. Academy of Mibic. Mrs. Warren Edgar- ton appeared Saturday evening for the last time in the admirable play of "Our Female American Cousin." In the character of Miss Pamelia Appleby, she cannot be sur passed. As the representative of agenuine, energetic and go-ahead Yankee girl, not to be fooled by any one "she ever sot her eye on" she is faultless. In the comic sons of "Riddle-cum-dinkey-do," she was raptu rously encored, aa also in the beautiful Tyrolean air entitled "On the Mountain H's'1," with guitar accompaniment Every one who has not heard Miss Edgarton in r t emale American Cousin" has missed treat Mr. Ellsler as Peter Ncff was unite "at home as usual, and was enthu- siastieally applauded upon making his ap- pearance en the stage. Mr. R. Stephens as 'r Wm- APP'eby; Mr. Simcoe Lee Gerald Appleby, and Mr. Murdoch as FiU- clarence t mherbert, were quite np to their - Miss Herbert, Miss Jones, Miss Ir- TI08 nd Miss Morris, in their several characters sustained themselves well, also aia every member of the company. Mr. Sam Ryan in the eomedv and r.hs,. of "Handy Andy" was incomparable, keeping the audience in continual roar of lauchter and annlause. We nm.-j to hear and see Mr. Rvan before ha leaves the citv. The attractions r,r.t. and tbe excellent performance of the com- pan. make each hon lar.p th. th. i..t The present week will give tu a new and brilliant aeries of entertainments which none should fail of attending. Oct-Doob Services Preaching on the dock, yesterday, was largely attended and very interesting. The Chaplain, Rov. J. Dallas, assisted by several good singer, called the audience together by singing far, far at oea," "Ihe Shining Shore," and other excellent pieces. Rov. J. Mon teith then read a portion of the 119th psalm, and proceeded to elaborate his theme "the power thought" with manv beautiful illustrations, and affectionate and forcible applications, telling upon tho hearts of his large audience. The chaplain preached st night in the Bethel to sn inter- esting congregation. Ho is greatly encour- od n thi Tery important work. He also nonneed the continuance of out-door service at Scranton's Grove, at 31 P. M., on the dock at Ii P M., Sundavs, this Kason. Some of ihe clergy of the city are . " ' Pre5ent " eTr7 aorviee, accompanied by some of their good, which is highly appre ciated by all. so e-wiu-woiB-uia of SS Salespax Watted. See W. Ambridge advertisement MB New Books. Tbe Cbildekx op Clovcbly. By the author of the "Young Apprentice, "terns Hollon," ic Boston : Henry Hoyt. 1S. We have just looked over this new addi tion to the excellent Sunday school series of Juvenile Religious Works issued by Henry Hoyt, No. 9 Cornhill, Boston. Outwardly it is a handsome volume and the print is of the clearest ' The story is Eoglish-American. The scene is laid in England during the pro gress of our war. The children of an offi cer of the Union army, born on the borders of Lake Huron and living in a rude log cabin, are left motherless and are sent by their father to their uncle's in England, where they remain until the war is tri umphantly ended. The story is one of the best of the series. The tone is always hign, and the spirit shown towards loyal Ameri- cans is the very kindest. For sale by Holden, Clarke 4 Wilson. Basil: on. Hoxestt aud InnrsTar. Boston: Henry Hoyt 1366. " Bssil " is a very noat little addition to the Hillside Library. The characters are real live children aJMTfiot the monstrosities which used to figure so largely in -our so- called moral and religious juvenile books. For sale by Holden, Clarke & Wilson. Nellie's Stchblisg Block. By Alice Gray. New York : Robert Carter Jt Bros. lS6ii. This book has already become a favorite with the little folks, and it certainly de serves a place in every juvenile library. It is written in a beautiful simple style, and tho moral lessons are clear and pointed without being ostentatiously thrust into tho foreground. The volume is in the best style and type of Carter and Brothers. For sale by Holden, Clarke i Wilson. A Ni:t-Shkll of JL.xowleit.e- A. L. 0. E nuthor of "Rambles of a Rat," "My Xeiehbor's Shoes, etc. ew York Thomas Nelson & Sons. ISfti. The most beautiful little volume wo have seen for an age, is this "Nut Shell of Knowl edge." It is full of bi ts of knowledge which are so interwoven with the most charming of Btories that the most stupid could not fail to remember them. The exquisite lit tie preface is enough to tempt one into the book. It reads, " When I see what a little handful of the gru'ns of knowledge I have gathered I am almost ashamed to own from how many fields I have gleaned it My little bunch of corn ears, lied together by string of fancy, is only intended to feed the young birds of our nurseries, and I shall rejoice if it lure them, when their wings are more fledged and their. pinion1 stronger to search for themselves those rich fields where knowledgo in abundance is to be found by those who industriously seek it" For sale by Uolden, Clarke i; Wilson U. S. Distbict Court. The case of the United State3 w. Ethan Allen Browu, which was on trial nearly all of last week, was ter- m i nated Saturday n ight It seems that Brown was ticket agent at Apple Creek Station, in nr.. t , isr.l hA r.i;eH ,ju yjAAyj , - - " - - f some counterfeit scrip, and was afterwards watched by individual and Government detectives, and several months later, in 1S65, was arrested, in company with one Hunter, for dealing in counterfeit money. After awhile Hunter turned States evi dence, and was released from custody. Last week tho trial of Brown came on under indictment for " counterfeiting. He was tried before Hon. S. L. Withey, U. S. Dis trict Judge for Western Michigan, by a jury of more than ordinary candor and intelli gence. Hon. Harvey Rice foreman. The prosecution was conducted by Hon. Joseph M. Boot U. S. District Attorncv, and the prisoner was defended by John McSweeny, Esq., and Gen. William Given, of Wooster. The investigation lasted several days, and under rigid cross-examinations was ren dered exceedingly thorough- and minute. The cross-examination of Hunter by Mc- arguments were commenced Friday after noon by the District Attorney, followed by both the counsel for defence, and concluded Saturday afternoon bv Mr. Root. The speech of McSweeDy consumed several hours, and was one of the most powerful snorts ever mado in this city in behalf of a prisoner, ins closing argument ol tne District Attorney was very able, and the charge of Judge Withey a clear and com prehensive statement of the law. The jury were out but a short time, and returned a verdict of "not guilty." The prisoner was discharged from custody, and was generally congratulated on his acquittal. He is plain, honest-looking man, about forty years old, has always borne a good reputa tion, and Will return to hie home vindicated from this charge by as able and impartial a jury of his countrymen as ever passed upon a case in Cleveland, Freedhax's Aid Cobhdjsiox. We publish below an extract from a letter dated Talla- dega, Ala., from one of the most able and thorough, teachers sent out by the " Aid lommi3ion of this city, a lady who has a large circle or rriends in Cleveland, who will be glad to hear of her . success in her arduous labors. " I know that you have been made rlil to hear of my success in this good cause; to anow mat tne school has and is commend ing itself to at least a nortion of the whitn inhabitants whose appioval is of much con sequence to the well-doiog of the blacks; of tuts i nave repeaiea assurance. I am trett. ed wil h much more kindness and respect than formerlv. rne secession element is not so jubilant ss I it was two weeks aca. Tbsnuun ,.f th. o:..:i n:.ti i-n . viYii nigoii out over the veto has opened their eyes to the conviction that there is still s powor in the land besides "Andv Johnson. Three weeks ago. when the " V left the Bureau rone the Presirlpnt n. their side: they thought thev had the world ou a string ; ana I win give you some tacts, that have come under my observation, and will show how much confidence can be placed in the Slave ocrats. The smoke of tne train that bore the " Yankees" away, bad not disappeared erethev beran ihoir auuse upon tue oiacEs. a good natured, faithful servant living with her former mistress, was told bv her that now th "Yankees' were gone, she would give her tier iirst lesson, ana let ner Know "now free sne was, and then she whipped her, or had it done, almost to death. I saw her wounds as she went past my room door to her mother. A mother brought her child to school the next morning after the troops left, asking ia, .we a strict watcu over ncr as ner former master had sworn that he wnulri steal her. A very wealthy woman livin? close bv. told her slaves that now, the " Bureau " was gone, she would have all her "niggers" slavery in less than a year. She knew that Andy Johnson was in favor of slavery, and he d have his cwn way. A very sensible and rather more courageous man thnn is I usually found among them) said: " No, I mistress, we nave had one year to grow I strong ana rest, sua to attempt to enslave X -7 ... r -,oa,er WIr u,"n tn whommv nrIver; f,; "aSLZZZZaZ morning ana evening lor forty years, that I have lived to see these times to see the biue-coated angels whom he sent, and who nave orougni us out ol the land of bondn,. fknnwk . '.. - T) 1 ... t . L . , , . . .... uu ut imrnivi lOCirovD DlOOd. Wool Dealers' Coxvextios. The most prominent wool dealers of Cleveland and Sandusky and the counties of Medina, Trumbull. Lorain. Richland. Gsann mil Lirkm-r hav nnhlUh. . 11 ft, vt-j-ieiaBii. ah tneir call J -.u-siouowing oiatomeni: I ADO p-aCtlCe or rutting UD wool m thai 1 eiate ot unio, in bad order and unmerchan- I uwaiMD,DH, 01 law year Decome prevalent, (and is rapidly increasing injiu jsr 10 year,;tnat toe wool m this State is last getting into diirepu'e and de- I rei.-iaurjg in Value. I Ihe undersigned, believing that thf great evil should be mcclid .n nuvers Ol Wool, thmnph- out the State, and all others who feel an in terest in mis important matter, to meet in convention, at Cleveland, Ohio, on Wed nesday, May 23d. 18B6, to adoot such meas ures as shall tend to improve the condition Ohio wooLandto encour.r-o.n.1, . . , , B, e'-". " I put up their wool honestly and in good I Condition. f fHTh ia i. a m.ltor prbiel. m.l-.n " j, BUBL'IB or the principal wealth producing in terests of oar State, and the importance of ' of A ia the subjects which will be brought under discussion will secure a good attendance from all parts of the State. ' ' . Aekests. A large number of arrests for . . i i various misdemeanors nave Deen uaue since the last session of the Police Court A full dockot may be looked for to-day. LOCAL NOTICES. If you want anything in the Line of house keeping goods, go to Wansor's, No. 42 South Side Public Square. my 12-314. Charity Hospital. An adjourned meet ing of the friends of this enterprise, to re ceive reports of committees, and for the election of a Bocrd of Direction, will be held at the Court Honaeon Monday evening, May 14th, at half-past seven o'clock. Ladies and gentlemen interested in this cause arc invited to attend. L. M. Hubbv, Chairman. Geo. A. Stahly, Sec'y, pro fern. Foe Sale. Five second-hand pianos and four second-hand melodeon, all good works for sale cheap at the Great Western Rooms, 197 Ontario street may 11:311 Ladies, Please call and look at our stock of Lasting and Glove Kid Balmorals and Giitors. Our Glove Kid " Highland " walk ing boot is the prettiest style in the market Gaylobd a Exswobth, 202 Superior street -Chas. D. Gayloro. J. Esswobth, For plumbing, gas and steam fitting go to Beggs McGarvey's, No. 12 Pr-epect street i : Stewart's Cookiko Stove. The beat in use, sold by Wansor, 52 Public Square. All Kisds or Ice Boxes and Refrigera tors, Water Coolors, Felters, sold by Jacob Wansor. " Beggs i McGarvey, plumbers, gas and steam fitters, No. 12 Prospect street . For the best assortment of To-let Ware in the city, go to Wansor's, S2 Public Square, All kinds of plumbing, gas and steam fitting done in the best manner, by Briggs & McGarvey, No. 12 Prospect street "In tbe Midst of Life we ari is Deatb, In the midst of health we are exposed fo total disability by accident The United Suites Accident Insurance Company of Sy racuse, New York, is prepared to issue you compensation, in case of disability for busi ness, or a fixed sum of money to your rep resentatives, in case of death resulting from accident Apply to their agent L. D. Hi'dsox, General Agent Newberry 4 Tokb, ) Tjw,.. . ... Gkntlemss, We have the finest and best French Calf Sewed Boot in ' the city. Call and see them. Gaylord a Exswobth, " "202 Superior street Cbas. D. Gaylord. J. Exsworth. Liscolx and his Fauilt Engraved by R.rtain. r,ri... S3 75. Artist Proof 1. is the ' i ' - ' I great subscription work or tne day. bales immense. Canvassers wanted. Apply to I R. H. Curran, at the Sartain Gallery of Art, I No. 25 Monument Square. Cleveland, Ohio. Ceaxe's Patext Carpet Bweepeb, price $3,50, sold by Wansor, 52 Tublic Square. Actual Business practice by a new and improved method, just introduced at Bryant Stratton 4 Co.'s Cleveland Business College. Foe all Kixds of Wooden Ware go to Warsor, 52 Public Square. Moxtaxa Passage $100. AH persons wishing to secure a passage at the above rate in Cant. Fuk' expedition fa Montana must enroll their names before the 18th inst, at 95 Water street E. S. Stacepole, Agent Cleveland, Ohio, May 10, 1860. Ta. . ...a. a nn.lm.n t nf To. Te. town can be bad at Warsor s. Album size Photographs reduced in price, one dollar per dozen, and larger sizes in pro portion, at Ryder's. Fob Wire Screexs or Dish "Covers go to Wansor's, 52 Public Square. A nice line or Dama3k French Coverings and Chintz, at Tubxer 4 Strauss' South West Cor. Square. Gaylord 4 Ensworth are now prepared to receive the calls of their friends at their new boot and shoe irre, 202 Superior ttreet, Their new goods have arrived, and their stock is the best and cheapest in the city. Cbas. D. Gaylord, j. jviswortb. For Bird Cages, Feather Dusters, Door Mats, Brittania Ware of all kinds, Ac, fcc. Go to Jacob Wansor's, 52 Public Square. may 12:316. I I I C. J. Keeler, M. D., Eclectie Physician, office hours 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., at the store of J. J. ogt, o2 south side Public Square, during the week, and on Sunday from 1 to V. r,mT , v vicveiana, op- posite the Post Office, at tbe terminus of the bast Cleveland treet Railroad. Apl 11 Sew Books Beceived by Cobb. An drews b Co. tiilbert Kngge. price $1.00: Adrllt In Dixie, by Kdniund S! pprr.ce ScK errv. nrlr.i 1.1.75 : Th Macniiprarlr by John ii. Saie. nrlce 81.15: lh Queen Mother and Rosamond, by " "' rDC. price az.UU, AKpuOfitrl, price ei.jj; jiiss nariuriQaiias, ujr ars. uiipnant, price ;. mav 12 rpiHK ICE KI5S REFRIGERATOR -1. bold by u. P. BORN, 218 Superior street. mat o.Jlt rTWK ARCTIC RKFRtKRAT0B. Sold JL by V. P. BOrlh, 218 superior-.!. may5:311 TiUR PAL.U K KKFRI6KRAT0R Sold JL by C. r. BORN, 218 Snnenor street. Tho cneapt ana best in the mart et. Call and see it. mayoMit wi SI'JEI IAI. KOTICES. tilve Katnre Lift. Pfople expect too much of Naturs. They trifle with their health and their constitutions, and then ar aarpriped that they fall sick. Tbe pressure of constant cneutat or bodily sapor upon the animal powers ia tremendous. Very few systems and constitutions can bear np against this pressure a-.assisted. Add te this the na- healthy lDfluencea which lurk enseea ia the air we breatbe, tbe water we drink, tbe artificial heat with which we endeavor to cbaae away tbe cold aad marrow-searching moisture of winter, and it would seem torequre almost euperhumaa vigor to keep in perfect health at this rigorous season without reinforcing the physical energies. Bat how reinfore them ? Certainly aot with adulterated stimulants. There is no poison In th ouUr air, or in the atmosphere of fcrnaee.heatad room - ., or workshops, or factories so pernicious aa thcee deadly-bnrning nuida. Wby use ttiem, when HOSTETrKBS STOMACH BITTEB3, "ith... .-loy, nr. .very where obtainable ? Nothing has ever Pe-en offered to the f.-eb!e and debilitated so barmleas in Its nature, ao powerful ia its invigorating r&'ectA, aa- this cele brated SToaAcatc and altubnativb In the army and tbe navy. In new ptttlements. and in crowded cities, bv old and youog, rich aad poor, it 1 need as a PROTECTIVE AND BES-OBATIVB MEDICINE h the most gratifying results. maylt . Rwartt,-Th. above 'reward will be . rmeh. o,id. whoonin. r.i. a..i. and Consumption, which i equal to Dr. Etrlck. uuik'a Mellllluoiia Con-rpi Balu-w. Thi. will cur the a bore complaints, also spitting of blood and night sweats. On pottle la sufficient for any on to try. The worst ease of cbrcnic oough, asthma, whooping cough and primary case consumption are cured by Dr. Strickland's Mel- ""UVUB wug. B-uiMi. aa neoenauaiaay "?ZVZZ - . . . agents, Cleveland, REMOVAL. OESOVAL. Mr. F. H. Js orris bay- Ij ing removed his Clotbing Store from No. 9 2?""?" -a".t to "TH asas a o.ntinnanos 01 ine etlonaceao 110- l-eetowed upon hint in the past, and hopes bp increased facilitiea and strict attention to tbe future. Eastern fuhions recelTed. Ail work I w.nu of his enstotnerp to merit tha same in the warranted. A. rood aavaortment tjf cloths oa baad I wbkh will be aold at the toweat ratea, ar mad. I toe beat and moat lubiooable sty lea. apUttSli ' be ical TRAVELER'S REGISTER. DEPARTURES. ' ? .. . . r u Atlantic a Brant Wastara - - A. a O. W., Mas. Br LakaShora.Cla.alaniU Irla6:tS Oonnaant A Bria Accom :10 1:15 :S0 S:t B-.W :. :00 1:26 S:0 1:15 1:50 1:15 1:00 1:10 10:00 1:00 10:00 3:30 rittibnrgn a Whcaling Alliance AcoosamodAtiuo Ooluabai , , T tft GaliOB irmli.l.tlM TnleAn r , ( L t ' &anduaky.HM., Datroit Boat.. Buffalo Bcnt..... ARRIVALS. Atlantic A Great Veatarn T:I0 :3 A. A O. W., Mano. Br ll '3 7:J0 JjaaeBbora.-mevs a KrieHmo:O0 7:tu ku Conneanl A Kria Accom 10: Plttabargh A Wheeling 1:W Alll.nM. Av.m a-VI Oolomtma 6:10 156 :S0 O. linn AcMmmadatian ft-Wl T"li" ,, :ai too f to . 9:10 atrntt fimt. 6.00 Buffalo B'-i i n on am. OHIncna wlahlnc eonvevanee to alth.r of the abota Traina or Beats, will na called for t'T Coashaa tl Btevena' umnlbaa L-uie, PY laaTina; tneir euareaa at tha Omnlbaa Odea, ItiO Superior street, op poaila to WaddaU Honaa. Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-four Hours. WEDDELL HOUSE. F Lowi wf, SO W T J Bliu, Brooklyn K T W Gable, Pliila G Jewia, Won hinirton J H Waring, Toledo C Vf'oojbnry, do W K M.pw.ll do S J Hrhlo-a, N Y J W Brook., do CH Jnhtuon. Tiffin O D Lnreridge l. Fa J C Hajnr., Ma O P CI irk, Boston Nias McConcell, Warren R 0 Spalding awf N T V H Wells, Hudson A T Brady, LouiariJIa u utcnardJoB, A I J 1 PicKinnon, Bhie J 8 Toota, Jr. city O Olmst'd, do J T Unlln, Hauilon J B M.u-tt, N a a rostar, do O S w'llccx, do T B Armitafe, do A 1) Mill.r, Monro. J A William., ITticn M Smith, Owego N Gilbert, SC J J Stpadman, do B Holtirook, CLIO w Allen, no H fifc'talloch, DelawaraA Davidson, N Y J J Phelpi a wf, IMkroitK P Gilbert, do D K 6nlliran do E Barford, Pittbole, i; sirt-aDe, ao J Chariton, Canada -H T Merrill, city 1 Snow, Ark A V Selton. Boatoa J N Tyler. Warren W D Treadw.y awf N T A Bocha, S Y A A Hamilton, Boeton (i L Ely, ?i Y i J Johnston .1. Pittabg C Koch, MeadTilla W K Biithn-41, FranUinD E Cummins. Boston J T Aierj, A A G W K Mm Thayer, Y Mr. Borton, Cintl Krnst Perabo, Boston H C Clatk, Bnff 1, 1" peon, San Francieco A Maaa, N Y E W Snttou, Pa O J ginitb, Pithola K B Clarke, Mich , J G V heeler, K Y H T St-rk, Toledo Mrs Seheuck, Coun Mrs ( hUd. N Y J A Gaylord, St Louie 11 A Curtis, Cat, -H B Geer K Y G W Ferguson, Boeinn L A Wil. ur, 61 Y . -W Lipe, do A H nn.b, Boston J Braytoa, Louisville MUa W.lker, Boatoa Mr a Mrs Atkins, do K T Judd, K Laginaw . Ii C England, Pliila - W 11. Chaw, SFrancuco BUSSELL HOUSE. G H Super, Mansfield J M Fitgar, do G W Mrrwin, Atwater W i Mott, Chic -M 8 Holden, city -J P Earl., Corry B C Watera, Delaware G H Sleeper awr, Mass G Edwards, city Flinoery, city Bream, city W A r.rr. Mass J Lery, Oberlin II H Ball-y.city C H Wheeler, Vt Mr. Thompson, Detroit II C Crowell, city H C W.ck, city I H Kortb, city W Waser . 1, Canada H B Child., city MreCaM., Norwalk- Mre Page. Bavenna. C Bayno:de F Gillette, city W H Ilayea. city G H Vail, Jamestown A Karter, Warren W J Boniaio, Bingh'tenL Bryant, Birmingham F E Dennett, Mile G K Gee, Windsor. E Spamway, Maae J H Botts, C-olumbns 8 B Marshall al, Msi'lonP Reynolds, N Y T C Chapman. Bsrlln J J Holden. city J Snow, Ark . K P Bates, Colombus A C Patterson. Boston FA Smith, Cn kalla G H Peck a 1, Sandusky J J.me awr, Wayne Co G Hart, Warren A Harney, do T D McClelUnd, Erie. J Brown a I, Sandnsky C A Kent, Detroit F G Mack, City V w Brooks, do Efl Nettleton, Ta W J Rennio, Biughmtoa ii W Kingsbury Borne J W Henderson, Bull S Hecks, St Pan! fT l-s'is, mngiiampion I t: w paw ion. AMERICAN HOUSE. P Recliten, K T D B Unrray, Warren J Willaon, N T E Beoton, Elmira a norgsn a i, arm I P Martin, Yonngstown C G Horton. Detroit ' L Kellogg, Hartford sirs llickox, city C Lc.narJ, Syracuse 11 M French. Mich W W Lu.llow.city W W Parker, Sandnsky W s Crawford, Yoongst'u SI Panther. Burlington n c toner, llciaware M Fol'oui, SI J F Bennett, Am Ex Co E Breck a I, BreckviIIo V Ucodspeed, Mrs Fiik, Toledo . .AG Frost, Youngstowo D Tiittie. Burton F 91 Simmons, Mien J T W ilder.GarrettsTille B F Sloan, Erio J Johnson, f hila r t rii-r, k y Mrs Si-lina. Pitts M Fuller, Tuu J Kipling, N O Howard, Albany S X Huntington, raines ew Bennett, loiedo C Shepherd, ' T K Burling, chardou S Beei, Heches ter -' C A Curtis, III H Wagner. K J J C Vance, Fremont J H Holden. NY Parker. B Y Converse e wf.Tonngst be B Ksty a wf.Yonngst K Taylor, Solon J Watson, i'hila B Fiolev, Cb Fall. T J Fletcher, Pa FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. Satcrdat Evekixs. Mav 12, 1866. I I I The local money market during the past week has been fairly active, and particu larly duripg the past three days the de mand has been brisk. All branches of trade have been more or less represented produce paper taking the lead, represent ing chiefly wheat, in which there has been a liberal business done, mainly legitimate I though partly speculative. The supply of currency has been sufficient to meet all demands, but toward the close most bankers were less easy than at the opening of the week, and some were rather close. The Government has taken some currency, which contributed to reduce balances. In Eastern Exchange the market has been close thoughout the week, and as there has been very little produce going forward- no immediate improvement is looked for. There are considerable deliveries of oil to be made in June, and these will measurably relieve the market Rates are stead v at par buying and 1-10 prem. telling. Gold was a shade weaker in New York I to-day, though no very material change I was made in the premium, the price closing I at 129. Operators are under constant ap i prehension that the Treasury will become seller, and this fear operates as the chief preventive of a higher premium. The ship ment of specie to-day exceeded a million dollars. - Governments to day wero steady. The rvoreign r e?rd to ? --- ' " 9UUe nrn- I Prices of coin and governments in this I maraei so-aay ruled steady as follows oext Bnyinv. eelllQg. lr.iri Gold Silyer large.. 12. -lsi ..120 12 12.1 Silver email . sixes of 1481, coupons li l(H 12)4 riv-twentle (l(Hi2) ex InLresuHil Five-twentiea, (1S4) ' ' lolVi Five- twenties. 11865) " " lciic Seven-thirties, (1st aerie,) 101 Sevsn-thirtie, (2d and Sd aerieejlul Ten.pnrties, eon pop 85 Compoand-int. Note. '64 107U:-dllllZ W2 102)4 vo 108igll2 Componnd-int. Notes, 66.102i(!jUl5 l'CIiQl06 The failure of the Merchants' National Bank of Washington City, through which the Government will lose little short of s million dollars, has had at least one good effect in arousing Congress and the Treas ury Department to a sense of the necessity for a better discipline in connection with these institutions, so far at least as their identification with tbe Government holders of the public moneys is concerned. In its design the National Banking system is perhaps ss wise and thorough as could be devised, but in these speculative times it is too much to expect that there will not be occasionally some rottenness in the man agement of institutions developed, and we have lately had several examples of this kind, and every such development tends to throw discredit upon the system, especially among those who are disposed to regard it as an unwholesome mononolv. While these difficulties cannot be always prevented, their injurious results can very generally be materially lessened, by s prop er attention to the safeguards prescribed in the law creating National Banks, and which seem to have been quite neglected in the case of the Washington Bank, One of these is the authority given the Comptroller of the Currency, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury, to appoint a suitable person or persons to make an ex amination of the affairs of every banking association as often ss shall be deemed ne cessary or proper. It is of great importance that the National Banking system, which is as yet in a measure on its trial, should be placed above reproach, and in order to do this, the law under which it exists should be rigidly enforced by tbe authorities. As first stop in the right direction, the United States Treasurer has issued a circular to the cashier of all national banks which hare been designated government depositories. requiring them to render to him, simulta neously with their transcripts of accounts current, a statement showing the amount they hold to the credit of the disbnrsing of ficer of the United State. Let this policy pursued regularly hereafter, and period ical examinations into the condition of the binkl mftde. And rack failtirM aa that of 1.. ...-. n. i t-t--v a v uniugwu wm oe to imppnjble. ' ' do. V Mil st. .. The coarse ol' BreadstufTs was still fur ther downward in the leading markets to day. In this .market liberal concessions would probably have been made upon com mon grades Floor, had there been buyers te any extent, burt there was no investment inquiry ; for hih grades, which are in low Block, prices ue firmly maintained. Mil waukee spring Wheat was decidedly weak, and declined .10lac, a round lot being of fered down to $2,0i, without buyer. The decline in Milwaukee was 910c Very heavy receipt of Wheat are reported at that point and it is thought quite certain that still lower pri-ces must be reached. Buyers at least are acting upon this hypothesis. There is ver v little spring in this market out of the hands of millers. Good grades ,ed are scarce and firm. Corn is in very little demand aa 4 steady. Oats are in fair request aiid UDch.nged. Provisions are in only uoderaU derm d, but very firm. Pork advanced $1,00 per ti to-day, and liams lc per lb. Butter is d ' nd lower. Cheese is steady, end good qua ''io new are in fair request .retroieum is fiTm "it" an up ward tendency. The receipts and shipmeil.tw this point of Produce and Merchaadia. during the. 21 hours ending at 7 o'cloek this mornir, were as follows : BecalTed- . 2T J 1 : . 1,B1 J50 . HO .. 1-S- 101" .lipped . tu ,'.il 330 flour, bt'tf .. Wheat, bu.h Coru, bush Gate, bush ... Lire Hogs, No Cattle, No Sheeep, furs., iruis.. Hams, Irs.............. lli.fSSI 1,7W " t.oon aw li7,7.M 28,00" 1,240 3!VHS lli.OUll 1, lliiot' ' loO 3,4o2 3,4 M7,7SI -34,MiO OS) 7,210 IJI.HW -M UIO 3?,(SW l,7l 105,1V) 1110.400 a,7o 11 "iii 7J HO Butter, Its-... Cheese, lie. Lard, Hjs Lumber, f.-et - Shingles, fio.... . Lath. AO...... Coal, tons.. Iron Ore. tons - Iron, lbs ... Kails and Spikea, lbs- Potatoes, buflh Petroleu m, bbla - Tallow, Its Salt, bhls- WooL lbs Fish, bbls Merchandise, pkge Miscellaneous, ibe Cleveland Wholesale Market. SATURDAY EVENING, May 12. 1866. ' Floaf The market ta weak and nominally lower for common grades, bnt firm and steady for choice qualities red and and white, storks of which are low. . The demand la fair for small lots. Sales 100 bbls round hoop Ohio at 110,00. City-made XX red held at 114,6031,00; do XX whit $16,S0-a 16,00. .Wbesat The tone or tbe market to-day was decidedly weak and unsettled for M llwaukee sprin:, ud prices declined lo&l&r, but at this decline bo era could not be induced to take bold to any ex tent. Tho only sale we could hear of was 1 car at f 2,1.",. A rouod lot was offered at 8,05. Pale 2 rap. good No. 2 red winter at S2,l'- ('ora Q-ilet and steady at 6oc for No. 1 mixed from stir. Oats Steady. Sale 3 cars No. 1 Ssate frm store at 50c ; 1 car on track at Uc ; TOO ha West, em from store at 47c. -pye Inactive and nominal. -BPLrtey Quiet aud nomiual. porsc Firm and ll,0t)higher. Ko. lOilyMeas S31.0O ; No, S Ms l-IO.OO; Clear 133,00. Itrd FfTin. Salea 1"00 Ibw Clty-readerpd at 2Jc in tierces sad 24e in kega. .Ceuatrv-rendered held at 20c. Hams Firmer. Sale 20o lbs City Sugar, eared, caaTasaed and ancanvaased, at 21 and 22c, closing at 21S)z. Piboolders 8tt tsly. Bales City -cured at 14c Oo-antry-cured 13-314t. Bsvcon Held at 18 for clear; lUe for sugar cared uncanrassed ; 20c- for do canvassed. ttejeia Beef In mod .rate demand and steady at $18,00. Extra Mess f 90,00. Dried Be!- Firm at 2oerorcanTipsedand24c for unranvassed. Batter In very little dentrind and lower. Good to choice yellow Western Reserve it held at :i2(333c. CltefBjQ Stead; . There Is a moderate demand for good qualities new, but the lower grade ar inactive. Therangemlolilc,ai)cordiagtoquality. E8TCS Sales 8 bbls at 10c. Hlgliwlnrw jult. Held at t2,222,33. Aleotaol Steady. Held at (4,1891,53 for 08 per cent. Cologne Spirits, 98 per spot., 1,83. Neu tral Proof Spirits S2.3&S2.40. JPetrOlemtn Firm. Bonded held at 38(40c for last of May and Juno deliveiry oa car here, and .'4iic sims delivery in N w York. Free i.QrfO taM - J I grade. Olis Steady and firm. Wa qiaote Linseed fl 553 Oarbon.. biW Lard tl 00(41 75 Bank (all SO Neetsfoot Ul 85 Whale. W. B Jl TO Elephciot, W. B. I Sperm, W fcU.... Straits ,. 1 (Jreea Apples Held at S5,ilo8,oo per bbl. Brfcal Aptrtesi There are none In mel'ket. Dried Peaebo.' Firm. Pared SVc ; TJnr.ared, halves, 20320c ; quat'ters, 18c. Potato CIS Firm. Sales 3 cars Peachblpwa bulk at Sl,12il,15 per bo; 5 bbl at 1.1,2 a. Bemtss Prime whit In moderate requej.t at $1,75(32,00 per bu ; inferior grades not want d. liny 1 u rair demand. Loop Belling at a range of $lo,UOlii,00. Beater pressed $18,OV2000. AJ lie ftlmli In fair demand. No. 1 M hlte sh $8,50 per half bbl ; No. 2 do $8,00 ; PIcJ kerel, 18,00; Trent $7,0037,50; Herring $5,35, Fesptbertfr Sales Prime live geese at of 85o. Tallow Quiet. Held at lCc for city. 9c for coantry-rondered. Salt Firm at 2,U for Fins; $2, CO for coarse Onondaga ; $2,55 for Saginaw. Sops Finn. Held at a range of tcsSe fop New fork, Michigan nnd Ohio. Unit Barley Malt steady at $1,40,3 1,8 aa bu, th ontside price for prim No. 1 Canada. Ale and Porter W quota a follows: Free, sat Uaa XX Ala $10,00; Stock 51 J,00 11,00; Ken aatt $18,00 ; Pal Cream $ll,ou; Porter $1 2,00a 14,00. Water 11 roe Ia fair demand and firm a! $2,00 for Akron and Oswego. Plaster Powell' land plaa(r Ana at $12,00 $1 ton at Mill. OalHned S4.no bbL Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, May 12—1:40 A. M Tue oil market ia firm. The demand I active aod bnyera are numerous. Holders want higher flrure. Week's receipts of Crude 38,000 bMs; since January 1st, 537,5O0bb!s; increase over pam time last year, 381,000 bbls. Buyer are oflerang 15c ; holders decline selling below 15c. Sales 808) bbls. A dispatch from Oil City says the market as firm at $8,00 per bbl., and buyers are plenty. Bcfinrd firm aud tending upwards. Sales June delivery on spot at 37c. B4finers are sot. offering ther stocks. Markets BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.] [Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.] New York . May 12. SOLD. Gold bu kept steady at 1. Tbe mooey markrt va Terr otvav livtimt- aatii tb offfrlogi wr largw at 4.4 jut wot. on call. EEAMTT7rri. Thfi murket wm bearT tnio to-tlar. wiifc a fttr. ther fkciiM oa wheat and flour. PETROLEUM AND MINING STOCKS. PetrolvDin aad mialDir tkare on tb straot tlii riernoon were Keoerallr 1 mi ted. ConaolidtfA Gregory gold wa tbe only flock that there was ny nctlYity id. it ftolu down to I -'7. aod chnd at litw. CITATIONS. Krlfctric Oil lot: New York aud Newark Pittbole Fur mi 190, du lltf; do 'AM; Webster 30: Bennfbcn nan a; BucbaDua farm 41; Central 9; Excel'ior I nitt-d tttes 8.V.; do jllmiQK Mock ft Atloh HI more KtSC; Aliena 20O Beuton i.V); Irownierille 41; do 41; Dunneli -old lUtV, U.ltmaa 4, ISew Tork gold 40; Smith A Parr CITATIONS. GOVERNMENTS. There bu be?n a steady demand forGoTernnienti ariDz the week ffom banks and individual, and biptber tricot areexptcted from ibarupe by tbe next arrival There wu a good bueiaeu done 10-day, and tbe closing riea were the higbeat of tbe weea. RAILWAY STOCKS. Tberr wu more aoiuation and acffritT In the Ea.lwsy market towarda tho close of the daT than for some time past. There wu a general upward movement in prictra and ihe advance wu iot arked upon lieatAiofi, .Uicuicrftn boat hern and Pittsburgh. DRY GOODS. The markft steadv to-dav and uuite firm, a good trait) djne during tbe week. e QUOTATIONS. Tbe following are tbe price reported at tbe Dry ooila Kxchanee : Balmoral (skirts B runner .16: Iiftb?Ila lfi..: tlr 2 k -v. oo; ao Msea IT-U tutrtnie. btv. till berta, 3L uirsets Tbomeon a French Worm B B 9lz(u)13 roia; ao. c j stt.oti JpUV gold; untu i.ioipen.tic $31 currency; l.'outil PaHcvnue 540 currency. Shirts I W L drMs stiirtu No. 25 $18 per dozen; iu. j.u 3sa per 'Kzen; .iu. ii per uozen. Paper Collars Lotkwitod Manufsu:turing Co., cloth linfd, per IWKf, do. Arrows $iio per no. Ladiei' cloth lintd $10 per itKXr. Hoop Skirts Bradly 'a Duplex Elliptic Idft; Empress Trail 125; Myers' I XL, wide tape 110; parrow tapes 7.V. Lfnen Thrvd Barbour's Standard 35. Printt) Allen lo; Aroeriran 17; Amoskeog Dunuell's lii; Freeman 15; Garner 2x4; Merrimau 18; Pacific 16. Spool tJotton Clark's alx cord 109; Coafes 1 StaiTojdI.roa.7S; Brooks 10 Orr t Ri-Naaiiht Clmtoa 30. hectiocand Bhirtine Bleached AIWh.n a Bate XX Zi; Bay Jlill. 35; Fon;uaii .14: Hope 28; Jamea H8; Jamestown 22; Loudale 33; Newmark-t M: Si: ew Vork Mil, t-iv- p.i.M la Plymouth A 19. ' I boeeting and 6biriinga Brown A tl-iilic 20: Amoakeag A SI; eo B 30, Appleton A 21; Atlantic1 -laitus kc.-for and A 211ft Aognst. 1S-. Baager 10: Cabott B Vi do A ; Howard A lie; Jamee 22; Laaconia a; Kasha eatra if, Newausrkas 21; SaJmoa Falls 21: de C 20: Superior IS L It. Financial. NEW YORK, May 12. Commercial pays : The stock market ehows decidedly more activity, with an Increased firmness in prices. Tbia morn ing the transactions in Beading and Cleveland and Pittsburgh were Important. Erie more In de mand, and adraoi td J, closing at 734; North western continue, weak, apparently from salea to realize made by th. clUiu. in that stock. Old Southern continues firm and under ateady demand from the new cliona in stork. At present there appears to be a probability thr.t there will be con. siderable changing of bauds '.a atocks before any upward movement ia atari 1. .,'';'' fj'","'" "?, CM,e mnd stronger; Kprnce Hill cold freely at 4,(4 Cnmberland U more actiee; Central coil ro, American soli at ; Manpoea preferred too At a sadden downward turn, 1J shares bring ao at 12m , a decline of Kc. (.oeernments are aiet: 5--.il. a little weak us.1t the offerings cfGe . -man bankers, who appear .till to hol.i . certain , rnrned from Europe. sue".; M UU " hV.w i "''""ortain lifting oper.tor.Vap .c.r, . .h " "P0" intenlion of making gold 'enl!Ja?r.ii0,r'r't "p ,,w pr,c"'' short, and tbe. TTlf? VW"h'1' ates of Interest to victims. n.r" 7i t 00 lo"d gold has touchsd 1-16 JtI, " Psr dny, but tbe prerailing rate ia 7 per perannuiu. o -"""V " aspecially easy as nsnal on Saturd'V. snms were 1 ITerrd orer Snmlav at 1 per jbne., bnt on ordinary call-loan. th. 1. a oen. On prim. p.ier the ratea vary Iron 5 to 7 percent. Prims latik-ra signatures o' M to CO owys would pau at 6(5); per cent. Foreign ex change is nominal at ltfalCQ for W dayapr.are bankers ateiUng. New York Market—May 12. Corroa Firm and quiet. Sale at 31 35c for middling. Floca DnII, ant SOiq-inc lower. Slea at K,l.'.S,eO lor extra state; IJ,30 lu,0 1 for extra round hoop Ohio, 10,Xy ll.ii ror brds. Market closing doll. Wbiscy Dull. Snle. at t;,2li(32,J7 for wwt- v. , kuu mr reuiiea. Wheat tery dull, heavy, and somloally (55 c lower. t.Us winter red western at 1,. Rra Quiet and scarcely to tirm. C-.IRM Less actlro aod scarcely wllrm. Sales at ,ejOc for unbound, SUis.-! for sound miieu western, sou In store and OcUvered. Oats DnII. Salea at l'J5nc fop n.w w.iptst u, 61 for old do. Petkolsupi Ijuiet and arm. Solua at lor Tod. and ::Byl.,ic fop refined in bond; and 50H Parrels do for Augast at Pork Opened heavy and lower lt closed nrra. Salea at $3"av)t,:t for np- Closing at S31.0U tor cwh: S-n K.W..-.II On fee ,.1 $24,'V!424,75 for prim., also K0 bbls new seas lor May, Jow, and July, pellet's and buyer's Jtsstp tttemdy. scp H-Jte Film. Sale of liH bbu st $42,00 Pil.w. Cov Kvatp Firmer and mora aclUa. sJee at 12V3la,Sc stwnlders, and 178 saavox Quiet. stales at ltc for Cumberland cnl. Lapp Quiet. Salea at l!:22c. Butter Dual, pal-a at 32(j43o fop Ohio, aud ..-u-n; iur ..aia. tin bps Dull. Ralea at liwViOr, FaateHTS TO Livbppool Dull. N. Y Money Market—May 12. Mo-vet Qnitt aul easy at 15 per cast, for ui 1u.11. STnaUBts ExeaAPar Nominal at lOWt&lOgs ., Uols A shad, eaftlrr, ooeuing at 12)jL, declin ing to 124, nnd rloslng at 129. 1 tal export of Bcie to-il.y $1,075,195. N. Y Stock Market—May 12. Gotkabmbht Stocks Firm. Oswego Market—May 12. PLorn Unchanged. AVusat Nominally lower. No. 1 Milwaukee club held at $2,1". Salea IXJU0 biieh. new led wetern st 12,00. Cuan Bcarce. Eal-t 14,000 bu. mixed aeaters to arrire, at OSj. Dapial Bii.nTs Stetdy. Wc, wheat 10c, cers i,n,i.i,a. tw new 1 Ul,. Buffalo Market—May 12. ; Flora Quiet. Stock Tght. t'anada spring at J'l, P-, extra il.'i at $0,ou; whit Weatesn and Uuiada .i,0w,4 11,0). Whbat uactiie, partle apart. COSH Salea of yellow at ta6i mixed Bo 1 at 84; mixed Mi u)c. Oat Chicg,o. 1 at 38Hlc; Milwaukee 48 Barlpt Nom'nl. Bra Nominal. .Wuiskt Inactive. Posk Ual.aat $11,50, Lars Siilea at 22c. 1.A.AL PRCiuurs Dull. . To New lork: corn 11c; whtt 13c. To Albany : corn 8V:; wheat 10Xe. Ricsirrs Flour S.) bbls; wheat 92,908 bash; Cakal Expocts Wheat 28,825; both; corn, u,o,t; oats 04.2:13. Toledo Market—May 12. Flol-s Doll and dropping. Wheat InacliTe, and 3c lower. Sales new amber Slic.-igaa at $2,70; sew aa at $1 60. -opa Fum, attire aad lc better. Salea at 58c sor no 1 mixd; 59o ror yellow. Evs Nominal. 1 Lars Isponrp Dull. Chicago Market—May 12. Flop a Dull. '""-Lnsettled apil declined 8vr9-. closing at $l,et)l,iil for No I; $l,lii(y,l,12 fur No 2. Coan Declined J49'c, dosing at SOViiSSlc for No 1. Oats Quiet at 32&W . Provisions Dull. nt!c.ura Firm. 9c on corn toBufltlo. Bxcaip-rs Flour 12,ou) bbls; wheal M.POO ba; aoru lii.uio ba; oats 34,000 bu. Shipwbptp Flour 4,.vw bbl.; wheat 33,500 bu.; corn 'J,5ou bu; oat 31,000. Milwaukee Market—May 12. Dull. Wheat Declined 9iI0c. Sales st $1,78 for No 1. Oats Firm at 37c Faxioiira loconcorn to Bu&ato. Bai.siPTs Wheat 05,000 bu.; flour I. SCO bbls. corn 1,300, oatl 11,000. SnirMRHTs Flour 2,800 bbls; wheat 73,0110 bu. Rose Prentiss' Provision Market Report. Tn following are the rate charged h aa , Hahp Sugar-cured premium ham ) . CAavAssiin Haks p ti.i.n M... ik. at V a - Sbodider Sugar-oured ft B..." " Ciivawd. , ' " Baoos Or Smoked Side SI lb "" liASS Prime liaaf kettle-rad1,; In hhi. n, -. -, ..- !3 A? - i0 19 22 ' Jri Leaf kettl.rnd'd ia kega B,. Pope No, laps bbl L - 22H .$30 on Estca clear n bbl 38 (0 29 00 A.Bns; 1 tsTSo extra charge mad tn. r4r"f ao.1.. TiTL-ticta ar. ZZ2?VJa!H TTinM' """"qisl toanythuigla sappatsss. Orders " osx a PRENTISS. ,,. "ffBwBBRssssBPPpm J V. Painter, BAKER, 141 Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio Iiuivpa - nutu 9IATES BONDS, ""d 'oreiB KHanR. MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. KSTKBKD JMat IX 8lfSllfor,if" 8t""' ytt' letroit bbla and 7""" rmv9, ottwv ieet lamber, 4-7 m sbiDglea, aundriee ' PmpM abash, Kirby, Dunkirk, groceriea. hard, war-, dry goods, and au ndri a ' Prop Fr r nnt. Flint rkmiii.kf Prop New York, Iirake, lmnkirk Prop -lichigAo, Kttpsun, Ogd-nsbarctt Prop Lowell, Shaver, Ogdensbur;h Schr Fleetwing, Quick. Toledo, HQiH) bu wbeat bbls aaU Mrtto" r'"' 8ainw( 2200 lumber 1 Brami Ssglnaw, 180 m ft Schr Seabird, Jerraip, Detroit, m fret lumber Swv Gen But er. stmirl, ri.b Scow Sutler Grrl, Kplw, Marblebead SCOW Hons. Monr. k'.ll..-. I-i - j Scow Nellie, Farglwr, Kelley'a Island CLEARED. merchandls. " 8J, pig, Prop Old Concold, Mclntyre, Superior Qty Prop New York, ft .k T Prop Fremont, Flint, Duifslo Prop Michigan, Bepson, Toledo Prop Lowell. Hhahee. Chle. ScbrlGo,""r- Bufilngtou, Milwaukee, 600 tons Schr Colliricwnod. Keith fi,i,. Schr jlohn 1'tur.by, lluntoon, Milwankee, to tons ticbr Elida, Christlanson, Kilw.ukse, 300 ton. SCUT yiPPtwln... Oniek TW. Scbrfl 11 Walker, Fitj'gerald, Milwankee, (9 tons Scow Iniaaola. Berkee Scow Vein., .rher. Kelie,'. i,taB4 Scow Mona, Moore Kelley'. Island 8c w Sutler Girl. K.1M f..i.i. Scow Gen Butler, btoug'h. Black Birer CLABK t SAXFORD, (Sscceasor to Clark BockefeUar.) Todnce Commission Merchant, inuunn ' I Orais, Seeds, Flour, Fish, Water Lima. Piaster I Coarse, Fine, Qronnd Solar and ' Coarse, Fine, around Solar and Dalrv Halt. Bo. , 41, 43 and W BItp, street aad SB th. Dock "uanii, urilU. Property recei-red bv Ballroad n. r.R.i a.,. Shipment. Will giT. peraonal attention to th. and purchase of Troduc sad Merchandise oa oommls lion. Liberal Caah Advances made on Oonsignpaent. Befep to Bustnep. Me. aod BaaRers SZrZi?. mchtiBS ... rrrn,. m0VM9 rtTiir st holuxo, (Saccessort to Malone, Pettlt k Co., latjHnssey FKODCCB CO.iI-UUIjllOw AND FORTTARDIXG .tIERCIIAXTS. AGENTS FOB TH1 lake Hoperlor llM or Steamer, a.d Propellers. l CFflCt .HD VttBfHousE r27i (29 RIVER STREET. OLBYKLAND. OHIO. 'IV "oa paid to th. ll.lng of all order. berai caab advancea niada on ccnvfirnmenta. w Keen aonatantlv on KanH rk. akAi. vi ujrp ua inaiana nnar ppk nt. aal oa Onaamlssion. l)eaJert fa Carton ' Lubricatirjr Oils. 8Jt, Water Ume, Butter Cbeaaa. Laxd. Bsu. aad all kind. Arrw.. of Brand. SlUWwwf, H. f - with AMUSEMENTS. I ACADEUf OF Ml SIC loha A. nipApr.aTaaagaT B. K. Gaary.Traanrar. Pt leap or Asaispppw. Draan fllrei. ut h,. nette, AO cents ; Beaerred Seat, tn Dm, rirei. v t oente; Family Circle. 50 cents; Gallery, 26 cento; - i " p.-, ouigi seaM ia rmaw Boxen, fl.uO. Doors open at 7:00. Ourtain rises at 1:45. Colored persons will, wader no eirenmatuiea. k. permitted to occupy seU In any ether portion of tbe hoaee, nave the Gailerv. Adnllpsion 25 cent. Last week of Ihe ragagemrat of MBS. WABEig wmasiu, toraaariy MISS JULIA DALY, MR. .SAM RYAN. rpon which occasion will be nreaentnl fcr Ik. only time this season, the great play of In OCTO- Thip MOaDA Y IVKKING, May iub, Igor, tb, ocroKoojr Or, I.I le 1st Tou lata bus. Zoe ; 1 W u... Stf.n Strotlfier... Mr. gam Byae MEDICAL LECTURES. DBS. TVILS0- Js KTEARJfS, tbe pep nlar "Medu.-! Reform ra" will enJLJ T. conrs of COMMOS SESSE sLECTCRES, at GABBETT'd HALL. Monday evenln -, May 11, 111,1 WHIl'II DIS1B0VS HEALTH AND SHORTENS L:II t.ll-. .-A gentlemen, alp who would reel... ln.trnetioa uion ibis importanl subject, are respectfully in Vlted to altond. Firat Leetnra free. m.yll 31S CLAIgift ACENTS. D. W CAGE. ATTOKMJ V AT LAW, And Authorized HUltary Claim Agent, OtBc 12 Case's Block. Jf car Powtoflirr. Cleveland. ar' Collects Bountiep, Back Pay and Prix Money; procures Pension Certitlcate for Mothers, Widows, Orphans and Invalids; prospeatc Mar Llaima of every dVacription. WSitl??i.f x,mp"""' ASSISTANT If WASBINOTON, wa are prepared to udertako theaetllementof, aodwill give epeclal attention to, claim, in whkhoTHPa ATToa,s hats pailpc Res, " , success, no f,. fcbla 6. X. BAKBES, Las. Llrtt. CM. lpTthrt, t. t, AatioriSfea Kilitary Gsia Agrmt trBca Ko. 122 Snperfcr stpet, Cletelaod Ohio. Local and Ooverwaaat Bounties coUsctad ans Ponsion Oertldcate procorrd. AppUcatn b; let tor wlU rscrtv prompt attea- Sef2T H. E. piiiSSTOS, (RiUWIshed December, 1881.) Lleensed . Army Ha?y Clelm Agcit, OFFICE KO. 1 LTMAN'S BLOCK, Onrt Boihs en Publlo Sqnare, Cleveland, O. W eollset Penetona, Bounty, Back Pay, Prix Mosey and all oth-r war Claims. Land Warrants bought and aoM. Bra. Our Sprees! Afoat, reaideul at Washington p. O., give persona: attention to ALL claims tied by na. "oldlers of 881 , -82 and '88 can sow t, their Discharge witk as to ottain their Bjusty. al taoe;?h tb. Law has not yet peaeed. Fee low. German Language spoken. Jan If. TRANSPORTATION. -1866. NAVIGATION OPEN TO DUNKIRK. JVOTlCE TO SHIPPERS. THE ERIE HAIL WAT STEAMBOAT COHPAM'S LINE Or First Class SOBtW STEAMERS will now run regularly lor the aeeaon, leaving Cleveland daily, counectiog at DUNKIRK WITH THE EBIX BAIL WAT FOB SEW YORK, n0ST05f, DART. rOBD.SEWUAm.PBOT. IDE.VCE, WORCESTER BRIDGEPORT, TArXTO.T, and all tb principal Cities end Towna Is th Mew England State. Also, to Dunkirk and all points on the line or the Erie Railway. jA.Part!ee shipping by this rout ran get th bene.it of tbe reduced rate via tbe Lake, both on the Eastward aod Weatward cunnd Frrlgkt. v.For through rats and bllle of lading, ap ply at tbe Company Offloe, lis) Bivei street. Cleveland, Ohio. TF. D. tTRHISe, Afrt. A. H. Wasp, Agent, 5840 Broalway, New Tork. W. U. Dauaisu. Agent, 340 Broadsay, sad U gsuth street, E. B. Johp s. Dpnlap, Ageat, 15 Stat street, Boston. Pl4:311 ' 1866. 1866. TBI TBA5SP0KTAII0." X0BTHES.T 10- of omo, Will during th preeent season na their well knows and popular Ida of FIBST CLASS HCBEW 8TXAMEBS XIUVLABiT BETWEEB Ogdeiisbargh, Cape Tincent st Oswego, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE AND CHICAGO, Touching at Intermediate Port. Counectiog at Ogdensbnrgh with th Railroads for Boston, Portland, Lcw.ll, Lawrence, aaeaua. Keen. Manchester, Concord, Woresptev. Fltchbarrh, Bellows Falls, Butlaad, Bnrlington, Ac, Ac At Cape Vincent with th Railroad for New Tork. At Oswego with a Line of first elaas Canal Boats for Albany, Troy and New Tork and with th Ball Boad and Canal Lis at all Western Ports. Steamers leave Cleveland for T0LKPO DAILY; for DETROIT, MILWACSZI snd CHICAGO, .T.ry TUESDAY, THUKa. DAY and SATCBDAY, and Trt-Weeklv for OSWEGO, CAPE VINCENT and OGDEhSBCBOB. I ....t7. ' ts bat sua F AGISTS. 1. Mtes. INo. Aor Jobs Hocriks, Fo. T Statvpt, Boatoa. . wto A. Fppt, Og. densburgh, pi. Y. A. F. Ss ith , Cap Yin cent, K. Y. N. J. Bopibp. TVtrnit. H. HlQBPE I. I House, N Y. O. Dappp. 74Pearl St. ST Csapau Aunoit, Osw. WAttaa. Hates a Co.. Toledo. Ohio. 0. 1. Hale, Mllwaake. JS. J. Howe. Chicaffn. rm P. -VI At, t till. EMU te., t'levplaspd, Onto. H. K. McDOLE, Faasesgw Agent. Cfavetewd. ul"- . marg?:8I3 1866. 1866. L1KESPERI0R1LE. THE MAGNIFICENT, 8TAUKCH and rel-aol. STEAMERS paBfd behw sit. t.'s.Vl.u L,s" . Ji: Ports onLakeSnpcrior, IV-mmoprlDg Ibefr trips on tb. fo'lKWIpg days, aad -R day named Ulow, at S lock P. M.: IEWEE.NAW C,t. BT.SA.T. K0BTHEBK ATSCa. H. MW. CALDWELL J!C. euncsuay, Rav 2nd. 1B0SSIDES, .....'..fc.pt. J. Tpppp, Thursday, May 3id. ' DrBUQ0. "Z - C.pt,MclsAS. Frldav. Ida ith MISEBAL BOCK . apt. J,0. McbTav tatnrtljkv. Msi Aih 1B0SCITY, Capt. ips. Uuuu,, Jnlfli'a V kf at w Tk LAC LA BULK f.Pt." Stalk MKTIOB,... Capt, T. Wiuo. Wevincaday, Slav 9th. ILLINOIS,. Capt. B. Q. Cwt. TUunwlay. Rav th COSC0BD, m Capt, A. Mclnrrnt, m ruiaj. .faiay iiin. GOT. CTSnXAN c.pt. H. W. Tsonpo. Satnrday, May 12th. The trip to Lake Superior la tb. moat bpawtlful and health. giving on he conlipent; t. over I.CU) miiee ineatent. Ill run. 1, ).k .nA ..... Ps"d for beamy of scenery aud general sttrscT '? . . tor partlralara rerardlag the rates o paaaage the securing of Staterooms fcr th trip, a ia. dresa : 0ABBETS01? k CO., CTveland, Agents St th. Meteor, 8. D. Caldwell, tnphmin, spa Mineral PrTTlT k HOLLAND, aeveland, A gen Is for th Iron-ides. K.weec.w. Illinois, aod Iron Citv BORiBr LUNN. A CO.. I level.n.1 A ..L. tbe Lae La Belle, northern Light, Concord and I hii.. ,B30. jj :"-.l "' 8. FKSLKT, the rallabl Optician, atil tAaso. U. Building. " ini - th.T.f"'g "1' Tt, as sf ecknowiedrd .kill. wh. 5T!!?.i..Au vtapst of Optical ud slssIsmapetlOBj Inptmsaes, l.lpl fln--aM and wbiteaeaa maequaiied bv aa v . nd. Fox ami bv tsBVr.CHILL BBOTBEB . Onsxists US Oslsris-st.