J-"'FOB ""SAL. "TO KENT," "LOST
"WiKW " "VLND " ' BOARDING,' QUEB
IKS " &Dff tner tfaort noticei. Dot exceeding rorm
LivBt'n'frt twic in this column for 26 centa,
for all over rora likes and not cxoewdingxioHt
umm, aouoie above rt-as. , . -.
TX)R SALE. One good Soeond-Hund
Tur Enquire at 151 Biwr Wrest.
FIRsT-BATE PASTURE FOR HoR
bt.S good spring water and good fences at
X. NICHOLSON'S, miles from city, on Detroit St.
T O 3 T A BAY MARE POXY
P J with side-saddle on. Broke from a hitching-
post on Seneca St. Whoever will laaTe word with
V. W. WRIGHT, 99 buperior-st., where slie may
be found, win be doiy rewarded. jniyti-iii!4
FR SALE A BROWN HORSE 7
years old, and well broke. Enquire of W. 11.
trail. . joiy iiubu
TXR SALE AT FRED. KIMBER-
JL' LET'S. Thros rood Family Horses. Ho. 76
Champlaln Street. July 12-100
TXR SALE. A GOOD C0MF0RTA-
ble HOCsE and LOT. at So. 50. Forest-St
In rood repair, with FrulL Shrubbery, well and
Cistern. Also a good Barn. For terms inquire on
the preJBiM, or of 8. WILLIAMSON or D. W.
liAGi, at No. 168 Superior Street. julvU-lU
OK REWARD I LOST, BETWEEN"
V ne Mahoning Depot and Ontario Street,
a OU.'-jD WATCH, open iace, checktred back ;
Tape Chain, with small Braas Key. liie under
will leave it at Una ottice. juiYi-u-y
A XT ANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOR
f V the Quartermaster! Departmental Nashville,
Tenness , JU laborers, wagu ik) per muulu aud
rattans-. Uox teamsters, wattes S.io per month and
ratio na ; loll Uarpeaters, wages Joaper month, and
rations. To nu capame 01 tnkiiig chnrge o a
Train a Wagon m aster, that will report with twen
ty-tire men, per month will bo givn. Asmsl-
anti with fifteen men. felj per month. None need
apply bat able-bodied men willing to ensagw for six
months. Transportation mruutiieti. Apply to
1). bHERW'OOD, Ajrent of A. y. M.,
my4-B2 Commercial House, CUtwland, 0.
STRATED OR STOLEN FROM THE
subscriber. Friday, July 1st, a KfcD COW,
about 6 years old, marked by tbe left burn being
shorter than the right, and crooked at the point.
Any pertruti giving information ehall be liberally
rewarded. MAM'L KLaTLE,
July 11-1.59 3-' Ulalr-st.
WANTED TO REXT-tA HOUSE OF
about seven or eight looms, with bam, Ac.
Possession mast be givf-n immedmti'ly. Aa-ln-as.
stating terms, A. M..t" Leader unit, jyii-ia-i
Qr LOST CONSISTING OF A
tLLf Govern men t Dond, (No. 1174, second se
ries,) and some Hu in bills. It was abstracted from
an envelope in my pocivet. 1 will pay .W a a re
ward to tne Under who will return it to the Angli
can House. J. TL ULtk.
WANTED A GOOD FEED B(JY.
Apply at the Leader Connting-Kooir.. ;
FHJND JUNE 27TH, OX SUFE-rior-st.,
a small amount of omury, which the
owner can have by proving property. ..Call at No.
6 Vineyard Lane. julyy-lte
SEE THIS. THREE COMPETENT
Cooks wanted, at from $3 to 9 1 ilt week. AUo
six iuarrymen; pi-ruianrnt eiupiowiu-ut; aud ten
Sabstitutes, at :W. A. S. i'OVi, liank-At., oppo
site the Weddell. jiily'J-lVJ
FOR SALE. 150 BARRELS CAR
BON OIL on baud and for Half by
Julya-l.'O J. G. .IMMOVS.
WANTED A SITUATION AS
Book-keeper, Shipping Clerk or Salesman, by
young man t cunuuvrcial exerlence. Ad'iretui
T. ti. b., Cleveland, or J. X. ft'Usou, of the tiiin oi
Wilson, CritteucU-u A Co., Kiver-t. jnlyj-lyU
Cltamplain-st., on Monday, July 4th, a Bay
3klare, lb hands bitji. The owner cau have her by
p rovtug property and paying charges.
JoiyJ.l t KE1. K13IBERLEY.
130R SALE. A DOUBLE TWO
' story brick dwelling, No, no and W Prospect
street. Time in part will be given if required. A
good chance for investment. It it known an the
titrman Church property. C. L. BALiLlt,
j ulyy-l W No. Froypet-st.
SITUATION WANTED Br a Goou
healthy girl, 14 years old, to do light wurk.
Also by a boy 12 years old to do light work, or as
rrand boy. Address A. W., Leader odice.
LOST-SOME DAY THIS WEEK, A
Pocket Diary of ldttf, containing papers valu
able to no one but the owner. If the noder will
leave said book at the Cleveland Paper Cumpany's
Warehouse, No. iw Superior street, he will be lib
arally rowarded. jnly9-lt9
EMPLOYMENT.-rT5 A ilOMU
Agents wanted to sell Sowing Machines. Wu
wul give a commission on all macuines sold, or em
ploy agents who will work for the above waes and
all expeiues paid. Address D. B. UtfiKlWluN
A CO., Detroit, ilic July9-1G0
WORK WANTED. WASHING
and Ironing done by the dozen or day; also.
House Cleaning, Cooking, Ac. For particulars, in
quire at S3 Parkman-st., Cleveland. Julyg-158
WASTED $6 TO $12 A DAY.
Wanted, Agents, male and female, to Mil
Wilson's new 918 a amily Sewing Machine. It will
tltcb, hem, fell, tuck, braid, bind, cord, quilt and
embroider beautifully. We will pay T5 a nioulh
and expenses, or give a liberal commission. For
particulars, address M.viHtKa WIL.-uN,
Ho. 6 Lyman's Block, Public square, Cleveland, O.
WANTED. A GIRL COMPETENT
to do general housework desires a situation
in a small family. Apply iuuuedialcly at 2 vt 1-
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE UN EU
clid street for sale. Every variety of fruit
and Sowers; water and gas; in lact, everything to
make It pleasant and agreeable. Address Box LW.t,
RARE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
Splendid Steel Engravinge of Abraham Lin
coln, General Grant and George B. McCleilan sold
only by agents. Address B. S. GUKKJi, Room 4,
American Building, over Leader Odice, Cleveland.
T OST-A-PLAIN GOLD LOCKET
JLi Brooch, the shape of a leaf, with miniature of
liuie girl Inside. W as lost yesterday aiternoon, on
Supsrlor-st. The finder will be liberally rewarded
by returning it to the Plaindealer Omce. julyu-loo
F)UNtD-aTp0CKET BOOK Con
taining a small amount of money, which the
owner can have by paying for this advertisement.
IA1LOK, GBISVU'LD A CO.,
Jnly6-15 -217 SUerior-t.
WANTED AN ALIEN SUBSTI
tnte one not liable to draft. For such an
one a liberal bounty will be paid. Apply at the
Piano Booms of S A FORD A CO.,
julyo-169 IG Superior -St., up stairs.
FOR SALE. 10J ACRES OF LAND
on St. Clair Boad, three miles from tho Court
Bouse. Has a good houso on it. Also, a fine lot of
bearing fruit trees, grape Tines, c. Apply to
9e . - L. oa P. PKEKTIS3.
mo LET. A LARGE HALL IN THE
I Atwater Building, 8uperior-st.
A GOOD Sl'OJiE on Yineyard-et., with looms
nltable fo dwelling above.
TWO STOiilES of a brick building, about 40 by
40 feet, on Superior -St. and C. C. A C. Railroad. -i.
G. J ENDING,
unel3-159 Atwater Building.
HOTEL FOR RENTTHE UN
dersigoed, wishing to retire from business, of
fers for sale tlM good will, furniture, Ac, of the
1'orest City House, Cleveland. The House is located
on the corner of buperior-st. and the Public Square,
In the most desirable locality for a Hotel in the city,
ia In excellent repair, and has a good class of pa
trone. To any one desiring to engage in the busi
ness a more favorable opportunity could not be had.
For further particulars, inquire of
jonel?-169 Forest City House, Cleveland. .
P HOTOGRAPh" CARDSF0R GEN
TLEMEN. Samples and Catalogues sent
Sor 26 cents. ficcLoee aa envelope with your own
name and address. D. HEMHETI'K, 1
jnnelo-li 68 Libeny-st., New York.
JL ing. "CHK1ST BLESSING LITTLE CHILD
HEX," la just published. Clergymen, Ladies and
Teachers can find pleasant and profitable employ
ment in taking orders for this beautiful picture oa
specified territory. For paaticulars, address
Boom No. 4, Leader Buildings, Cleveland, O.
CTIVE AGENTS WANTED, TO
cawrass each town and connty In Ohio for a
now book, jtrst pti Wished, called " Pn-Plctirp of
the War, or Lyrics, Incidents and Sketches of th
Rebellion.' It is having a rapid sale. Agents will
do well to secure territory early. Enrlr.se sump
lor Circular to B. S. GUEEX,
Boom 4 American Bnildsng, Cleveland, O.
FOR PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS.
8TEBESC OPT ICONd, Mugic Lanterns and
dissolving Views, with photograph aren from all
parte of the world, and all the important bat tip,
incidents and places of the prreeat rebellion. Also
Scripture and Temperance U Lustrations in great va
riety, made and for sale by
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
V 924 Chestnut street, PhiladHpkia, Ta. -
Priced and illustrated catalogues sent gratia.
C. READ & CO., BANKERS, 95
J Superior street, pay tho highest premium for
Cold, Silver and Canada Money and taVc unrnrrent
jpoatf a4 Ipwett ratv 01 (UCCUDt,-r
I fl -'0. i'C,- C. i P, AND C. & IT.
nallroad 1 fraction! ' Certincate or Stock
wanted, and the highest price paid by
. A. KKAD A CO., Superior street.
C. P. A A. Railroad Stock for sale.
VES' CLEVELAND BREWERY!
f ASiALT, CIXTELAJiB, .
Constantly on hand for City and Export Use,
II, III, Pale, Amber and Cream Ale,
i i Porter and Brawn Stont.
Farticnlar attention la called to air stock of. '
, rBESENT USE AND CRKAM Af.9, :
aonnd and reliable article of which can always be
fVmnd on hand dnring the warmest weather in snm
mer. Orders addressed to V. I. RTOXE. Alc't,
Will receive prompt attention. ' ' . aag5-U28
106 PUBLIC SQl'ARE.
. TRATELERD KEUUTER.
P. M. P. M.
Atlantic k Great Western. S:S0 9:10
A. 4 O. W.. Mahoning Branch. c . 4.10
Lake Sliore, Cleveland and Erie ir.46 3:20 9:10
Conneaut A Erie Accommodation...
Pitbiburgh 4i Wheeliug.
6:35 :25 7
Toledo - 6 4)
Atlantic A Oroat Western.-., ...... 4 60
A. A G. W Mahoning Branch-.10:20 5:20
Lake &ore, Cleveland A Erie..-. 5:0 1:60
Conncaut A Erie Accommodationwl(:10
Pittsburgh A Wheeling .
Detroit la.mr..,.,. ti. M
, 9:30 2:60 8:60
. 9:aiO 3:45 8 55
tGf- Citizens wishing conveyance to either of the
abova Trains or Boats, will bo called for by Coaches
of Stevfns' Oianibiw Line, by leaving their address
at the Omnibus Office, 147 Superior street, next
door to the WeUdell House.
GREAT BROAD GAUGE I ROUTE.
Atlantic and Great Western Railway.
Pasngers going Eastward will remember that
this is the only route running trains that leave
Cleveland on Sunday.'- Night Express leaves daily,
riaTiiriiavs exceutciKal a:iu f. vi . arnvinir ar Mai.
aniaut at 4 il A. TI., udits York ati:23 P. SI
Sleeping Coaches attached.
cii Ko C'baufire of Cant.
WEDNESDAY JtOKSlSO. JTLY 1 13.
Metrnpolitau Bookstore Book9 andGts
Academy of Music Opera.
N. T. Co. Steamers to sail.
h. norma nnd Co. For Lake Superior.
For Sale- Top Bne;v.
W. V. Wright bay Pony lost.
K. XichoNon Pasture.
Backus and Noble Legal Notice.
SECOND MTIOXAL BAK,
Designated Depository and Fiscal
A?ent of the Knited States.
National 10-40 Five Per Cent. Loan.
By instructions from the 8ecretarr of the Treas-
nry, dated March 2i", 'C4, this Bank will receive suh
Mrriptions fvt the National H-44t Vtvr. rr.a cent.
Loan, in coupon bonds or registered certificates re-ile-m-d
after ten and payable forty years from date
This loan bears oola istfeest, payable nrw-xm-
NtiLLT on ennpon and npistrrtd bomls of 36iX and
over, and annual, t on bonds of the denomination
of .to and inn dollars.
In surscribin:p.irtic9 may cither pay the accrued
interest from the first of March to the day of ml),
ftcription In Coin or in Currency, adding fifty per
cent, premium, or receive bonds bearinc interest
from ibtv of mhcriptinn. Also will allow to
BANKS. BANKERS AND BROKERS,
the ntnal enmmission of oneibt h cf one per cent.
A number of Printer's can find perma
nent employment in the Leader News
Room at 40 cents per
Tax Books wtlll close Saturday,
July 23d, ISM.
n. s. Willi iaiz.sc
obse ?toi.es. A valuable bay horse
four years old, was stolen on Monday eve
ning from the stable of J. IT. DeAVitt, No.
.145 Prospect street.
Thk Eiobtit Br.oiiirsT. It is expected
tha. the veteran Eighth Eegiment will be
mustorcd out and paid oiT to-morrow morn
ing at nine o'clock.
An Invasion. A flock of five hundred
sheep, recently shorn, were driven through
Superior street yesterday. The spectacle
was a novel one in that crowded thorough
New York Papers. We ar indebted
to Starr for New York Papers. Starr's
office,, at 172 Superior street, is supplied at
all times with the very latest news. Give
hirn a call. -
Akrkst of a Suspected Desibtik. A man
named C. C. Carson, who claims to be an
agent of the New York Central Railroad,
was arrested yesterday morning on charge
ofbcuiga deserter fron the United States
PusoxaL. The entire Britrnolt opera
troupie arrived yesterday afternoon, and
are stopping at the Weddell.
' 3. T. Whiting, Esq, of Detroit, was also at
the tddell yesterday.
i a e
Dhath of LiErr-- EdwabdS. Private
letters received in this city yesterday, an
nounce the death' of Lieut. A Edwards, of
tho First Ohio Artillery, at Kingston
Georgia. He was from Cleveland, and
proved himself a noble and gallantofEcer.
SaFe Found. The safe which was car
ried : oft' on Friday night last from (he
Eucljd Street Station noose of the Cleve
land: and Pittsburg Railroad, was found
yesterday morning, in a ditch on Hudson
street, near Prospect, unopened. It had
evidently been abandoned as a 'worthless
investment by the rascals who carried it
off. ! ,r-..;..;.
Sorgeon-Genebai.. Dr. K. N. Barr.the
able Surgeon-General of Ohio who, has re
cently accepted the Chair of Anatomv in
the Cleveland Charity College, to which
he was unanimously elected, will retain
his position as Snreeon-General. as tho
duties of tho two offices will not interfere
with each other. -
TheOstonaoos Mali RobbeBt Case.
Selnh P. Stevens, the mail-carrier from
Kewcnaw Buy to Ontonagon, who, it will
be remembered, was on trial in Detroit for
some time for robbing tho mail, has been
sentenced to ten years imprisonment in
the jstalc's Priaon. . His defence was that
he had lost the mail-bag, but the lock and
rivot of the bag. wero discovered in the
ashes of a fire which he had burned, and
subsequently a letter was found on him
which was proven to have been sent in
TbatbicaL. We Warn thai the titiiens
of Maadville arc soon td enjoja rare theat
rical treat. Mr. JaDiei Dickson, the well
known and popular stage manager of the
Academy of Music, has formed an excel
lent theatrical company, who will visit
Meadville, Franklin and Oil 3ity, during
the heated term. They open at entral
Hall in Meadville tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Dickson,the unrivalled commedienne,
will grace the company, as will sho.Mr.
James Lewis, Mr. C. J. Fyffe, and other
actors of merit. The people of Meadville
may rest assured that an excellent treat
Fbom Liverpool Pief.ct. The Wirralite,
Captain Robert Foran, of Cunningham,
Shaw Jand Company's line, arrived at this
port early yesterday morning. ThS vessel
was built in thia city in 1857. cthe left
Liverpool May 14th, reaching Montreal in
twenty-eight days, and stopping at Kings
ton on the way from Montreal to unload
The remainder of her cargo iSt destined for
this port and Detroit, and has arrived in
excellent order. After delivering tier car
go here and at Detroit she will proceed
Bruce Mines, take on a cargo of copper, and
return immediately to Liverpool.
Hobse-Thief CapTrKED. On the eve
ning of July 4th a pair of horses belong
ing to Charles Smith, a gentleman living
on the West Side, were stolen from
front of the Atwater Buildings. Detect
ive officer Gallagher took up the case, and
after several enquiries traced the horses
Toledo, where he arrived on Saturday last.
On arriving there he learned that a man
had been arrested at "White Pigeon, Ind.
having in his possession a span of horses,
evidently stolen, the description of which
corresponded with that given by the Cleve
land owner. Officer Gallagher went inv
thief, and returned to this city, on Monday,
with the stolen property and the robber.
whose' name is Franklin Chandler.
Lovtridoe's Wahoo Bittebs. Among the
most healthful of tonics, the most invigora-
ang of stimulants, and the most efficacious
anti-dyspeptics, are the Wahoo Bitters,
manufactured by E. Dexter Xoveridge,
Buffalo. They arc entirely vegetable, be
ing composed of 'some twenty different roots
and harks; among which the chief is the
Wahoo bark, widely known as an excellent
tonic and alterative. The spirits used to
preserve the bitters are pure rye whisky,
prepared carefully under the personal in
spection of Mr. Lovcritlge. The BiUers
themselves are of the greatest use as a ton ic
and anti-dyspeptic, and, though but lately
introduced, have already attained the wi
dest and most flattering popularity. They
are of the greatest benefit to the invalid,
the dyspeptic, and those afllicted with liver
and stomach complaints. Try thexn. They
are far sale by all druggists and apothc
NonTnEKS Onio Woixoed at Kisesaw.
The following is a partial list of killed and
wounded, of Northern Ohio regiments, in
(he battle of Kinesaw, on the 27th of June
Abner Lenty. I. Cith Ohio, right arm, flesh.
David Crow, 101st 0. foot, flesh.
Cora O D Wcbh, A, 10 1st O, leg, flesh.
J H Tattle, D, 125th O, head, flesh.
Uwiirbt Young. A, 125th O, posterior theoric.
W B Scott, F, 125th O, left arm. flesh.
Joshua Croon, A, 125th O, left arm, flesh.
1st Lieut A P Evans, D, 125th U, right bnttock.
H W Lamb. C. 125th 0. left foot, flesh.
Jas H Swan, H, o5th O, right leg, flesh. I
Lewis Walker, E, 125:h 0, head, penetrating.
Jacob Olenao. H. 125th 0. left foot, toes. '
John Wier, H. 125th 0, left great tos.
Lt-Col H N Whitbeek, 65th 0, lea lung.
J A t'urtiss, D, 10 1st O, thigh, flesh.
Wm Wertrelt, B, 6 4 in O, neck and shoulder.
John Hamer, G. 125th O, head, left are.
A R Slamke, K, 101st 0,left thigh.
Chaa Randall, V, 125th O, risht hand.
Corp E Bloom, H, 64th O, left arm, flash.
Nicholas Broozier, 1, 101st 0, thigh.
Jonathan Palmer, 0, C4th 0, both thighs.
Itacian Opeka. The production of the
"Barber ofSevillo"at the Academy of
Music last night, drew together a larger
aud more fashionable audience than could
have been expected, in view of tb warmth
of the weather, and the unfavorableness of
the season. Many were attracted by the
desiro of embracing this last opportunity
of hearing the unrivalled Brignoli, who,
after the present season", goes to Europe,
perhaps never to return. These were not
disappointed, for the great tenor sang with
a melody as rich and golden, and with an
excellence as artistic, as ever. As jlmavi
va he succeeded most admirably, and was
frequently encored with enthusiasm. The
charming contralto, Miss Addiehillips,
sang with a power and sweetness of voice,
and a brilliancy of execution for which we
were entirely unprepared. Her acting was
natural and excellent, and the introduction
of the English songs in the singing lesson
was very neatly done. Mancusi, as Figaro,
displayed excellent qualities of voice, and
great power as a comic actor; and Susini,
as Doctor Bartolo exhibited themagnificcnt
powers of his splendid basso VQice to per
fection. The minor characters were sus
tained very well, and the whole opera
proved most acceptable to the large and
This evening Donizetti's great opera
" Don Pasquale " will be presented. Signor
Susini appears in his great role of Don
Pasquale, the credulous, obstinat&old bach
elor.! Signor Brignoli assumes the charac
ter of Ernesto, and Miss Phillaa that of
Norina, while Signor Mancusi will have
another opportunity to display his rare
buffo powers, in the part of Doctor Mala
testa. This evening will afford positively
the last opportunity to bear the greatest of
tenors, Brignoli, as he sails for he conti
nent immediately at the close of the pres
Board of Education. Th'e Board of
Education held a special meeting on Mon
day evening, for tho purpose" of electing
teachers for the next year. Action was
taken separately on each school, and, in
some cases, on each individual candidate.
The Board adjourned after partially com
pleting the list, which, as far as it is ar
ranged, is as follows : "
Central High School Theodore Ster
ling, Sidney A. Norton, Karl Ruger,Cath
arinc Gillette, Mary E. Ingersoll.
"West High School Alanson G. Hop
kinson, Mary V. Pease.
West St. Clair Charle3 H. Adams,
Adda Bontlcy, Mary E.Carr, Emily Stone,
Anna Eearden, Fanny E. Daro.
Eockwell Street Edward P. Hunt, C.
Bounds, Ursula A. Sanborn, Kato White,
M. M. Stone, C. S. Dare.
Brownell Street Samuel Findleyi Sarah
Wood, Mary C. C. Lane, Eunice Taylor,
J. A. Seston, M.T. Doan, Mary Lawrence,
Mary E. Andrews.
Eagle Street Luther M. Oviatt, Har
riet S. Parsons, Hannah Giflett, Mary
Lbcttke from Jeff. Davis' Coach
iiAif. William A. Jackson, the coachman
of Jeff. Davis, who a year or two ago es
caped from Richmond and has since, until
recently, been engaged in lecturing in
England, will speak in Chapin's Hall on
tliis(Wednesday) evening. His lecture is
a very entertaining one, being a history of
his experiences in Dixie and inEngland,his
interviews with tlie Southern Club in Lon
don and the rebel envoy Mason, and many
other interesting matters. The admission
fee will be twenty-five cents, and the pro
ceeds of the lecture will be devoted to the
Denis Dotal. A Novel. By William Makaueaca
Thackeray. Harper t Brothers. latH-
Ah, with what sad associations and rem
iniscences are our minds filled, as we turn
the pages of this, the last fragment which
our Thackeray ever wrote, and on which
his master hand was engaged when death
took him! "With what recollections and
reminders of his eld style is the little book
filled, and with what regret do we turn
the last page and read the last line, think
ing that these are the last words of his that
we shall ever read! With what a curious
sorrow, too, do we take leave of the char
acters, with whom we had just begun to
form an acquaintance! What was to be
their fortune, and through what devious
incident would these unwritten pages have
led them to the peaceful prosperity which
we are so sure awaited them at last? This
we know not and shall never know.
The admirers of Thackeray will feel an
exquisite pleasure mingled with an exqui
site pain, a gravity amounting almost to
awe, and a sadness relieved by smiles, in
reading this last fragment from .Thacke
For sale by J. B. Cobb.Sc Co.
Mis&ino m the Second Ohio Cavalry.
The following is a complete list of the mis
sing in the Second Ohio Cavalry in the late
raid on the Danville road ondcr General
Cohpant A. Sergt ; P. W. ; taoford, Corp,
H. L. Williams, Peter Barringer, Silrester H
Beatty, Tbos. 17. Buck, James Cross, John
Flitch, Davis Luckwod, George Uasson, Virgil
R binson, Henry H. Smith, Charles H. Williaa a
CrMfAtiT B. A. R. Fuller, Henry A Fiavera"
CexPANT C Sergt. Henry Hart, Corp. T
Junes, Corp. David Christie, 'Sylvester Barber
Compact D. Cap. H. C. Pike ,nunded,
Lf. M. C. CowJery, Sergt. David Dancer. Corp'
John White, Corp. Melville Porter, Corp. Edward
E. Rioear, C. Adams, Porter H. Barnes, Leonard
A. Cole, Amos Granger, Conrad Shesler. Junes
Eadney, W Epperson, Joseph Fiokbiner, A
Gillett, F E Hine, Joseph Barkart, wounded, M
Lowe, ;Jamea T;. Mattiaoa,' J O'Brion J Proctor
S Palmer, C Peltnn, Frank Ronabanra, Charles
Tanner, Jas Yonnp, J McConnel, J Seatnn.
Company E Z E Bissell, wonnded, N D
Cohpant F. Mark oble, wounaea, uenry
Ak.r C. Sli.mnlelL J ScnTllle. U Howard.
Cohpant H. Capt, F. 8. Case. Sergeant E,
U J,ip h. H. Green, w. tirstrsnaoan. Mel
ville Glynn, wonnded, Chas H. Wabstor.wonnded.
Cohpant 1. sergt jamestjnBieiiD.
Com-ant K. Coro'l C. C. Haley, A. li Smith,
D. E. Bremer, J. F. Morrow, James Kose.
rnininv f. Sera's Ira A. Scott, Jonathan
Bishear, Andrew J. Clark, Isaac K. Colvin, Al
exander Davis, John Shafer. Sampson Stallz.
Cohpant M.Cd'. w. il. uirey, wounaea,
Serg'i W. D. McCary, Corp. J. Collin.
Julv 12. of dysentery, CORA JANE, ilanchter of
L. 11. anil Phebe A. ager, aged 3 years and eight
Funeral at their residence, 601 D troit St., Jnly
13, at 10 A. M. Friends of the family invited to
E. B. HALE, Banker,
111 Snperior St.,
U. S. Bonds, Gold, Silver, U. S. Cou
pons and CaiSda Money,
Bought and Sold at best rates.
And Collections made at all accessible
Eg?" Uneurrent Funds converted at
Revenue Stamps for Sale.
Wantiid For service in the 8th Inde
pendent Battery, 0. N. G., Firrr Men, to
man two additional guns. No immediate
prospect for duty in tne field. Yet we would
like to prepare for any emergency, either
Rebel raids or Rebel friends. A thorough
organization of the Ohio military forces in
timo is the true policy. Come and join at
once, you wnoare loyal ana true. Artille
ry is preferable to any other branch of the
If the above number of men is added to
the Battery, it will entitle them to two
Lieutenants and four non-commissioned of
ficers. Apply at the office, corner of River
and Superior Streets, No. 1, Oviatt's Ex
change. By order of the Governor.
LOCAL NOTICES. F. W. PELTON, CAPT.
Commanding 8th Ind. Batterv, 0. N. 0.
The Eegular MonthW Meeting of the
Soldiers' Aid Society will be held at the of
fice of the Society 95 Bank St., on Tuesday,
July 12th, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
FouBth WaBd. There will be a meet
ing of the citizens of the Fourth Ward on
Tuesday evening, July 12th, at 7)4 o'clock,
for the purpose of raising money to fill our
quota of the next oall for volunteers. The
quota can be filled if a sufficient sum of
money is raised at once. Please turn out,
one and all. By order of the Committee.
Notice. J Sturtevent & Son will give
away shavings by the wagon load, for
one week, at the corner of Seneca and
Michigan street. july7:158.
ALCOTT AND HORTON'S
Stolen. Oi tho evening of the 4th
inst., a pair of Gray Marcs,' about seven
years okl, 15 hands high, one a little small
er than the other, and spotted, with black
feet; both have switch tails, and are good
travelers, Also a Square Box Bnggy, old,
and painted black ; new Harness, silver
plated, round tugs, and yellow lines. A
liberal reward will be paid for the recovery
of horses and thief. Geobib Smith.
Address M. Gallagher, SheriiTs Police.
Cleveland, 5th, 1864.
A splendid' custom made .C no French
Aairimni I..- "r in n . il. n . T i .
wmi uw,, k,i ql,vf u. Ill O J1VUI. DUUKrUTIl
Sale, 109 Superior street, near Water, the
i.maPnv .tviU 111 111 U Ulbjr UJ Utiy IKKILS SQd
D. W. CACE,
LICENSED WAR CLAIM AG EXT,
Collects Bounties, Pensions, Back Pay, Prize Honey
and other War Claims.
Personal attention is given to the prosecution
of Claims in the Departments at Washington.
M" All persons having Claims shonld applv in
ncrson. or nv letter, mt mm .nrl IW : N :
prompt attention. -'
D. W. CAGE.
CU2-B28 185 Srperior-1., ClevelandO.
? ' . MORNING LEADER OFFICE,
' ' TuaHDar Ktenimoa, July 12, 1664: '
The recttttoh of the' -afternoon dispatches rroni
New York put erery thing flat, and no sales wera
effected on the Board. Holders were not disposed
to make any concession in Tiew of tho unsettled
condition of affairs, and buyers were not anxious
to offer even at reduced rates. There was no change
in nominal prices.
NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, July 12.
('Hon A shade lrmer---l-i&al 70 for Mid
dling I'plsnds.i .
Flour State and Western heary ; 25 50c lo
er. ot parcels on the spot 11 7512 for common
iu guoa snipping nrantu. a,xtra round noop ii,oo
L3, market closing heavy. No buyers at outside
quotations. Included in sales are 1000 bbls Extra
Round, Hoop deliverable from Sept. 10th to Oct, 10,
at $14. 12UO bbls extra State $11 2r.
Whisky Heavy and drooping at ft 7&$1 74.
nearly all at inside price.
Wheat iMill and nominally 8l0c lower.;
363'2 &6 for Chicago spring ; Sa 4(2 GO for Mil
waukee club; $2(52(0,-2 07 for winter red.
Kye-Quiet at $1 IHVl 95.
t orn Opened steady aud closed dull aad .lowar
at l -jaVi uj turnew mix,; 91 1& fur old do. -Oat
Doll at Si for Western.'
NutfAr In moderate request for Cuba. Musco
Hetrolenm Shade easier, 5tCT for crude;
93a96 for refined in bond ; 1 do free.
Wool Stringency of the money market checks
business. Fleece selling to moderate extent at
higher prices. Medium to prime fleece $ll 1U.
fork dull, heavy and lower: $40 for mes: &4Ca
(&44; 04 for new do, closing at inside price ; $40 for
uew prime, $41 for prime mess; also 1U00 bbls mess
for July buyers, optional at $44 ; 1000 bbls new do
same terms and delivery at $4a ; Iod bbls do for
August, buyers' option at $62.
Beef lull aud nominal at $1C18 for mess ; $ii
lu for do prime ; 2.25 for repacked mess ; $2ea
30 for extra mess. Prime mess quiet and unchang
ed. Beef Hams quiet and nominal. Cut meats firm
ana in demand ; lrtjltie for Shoulders ; ldal9c
Eiinl Dull and lower. Quoted last evening at
tut.4r Firm. Good demand at 33(5 40c for
1,'uiti, ana Jt ((t;jc tor mate.
lieewe Active and higher 1825c.
N.Y. MONEY MARKET--July 9.
quite at 7(53 per cent.
Croltl irregular and unsettled4, opening at 282
closing at 273V(U27W.
tvOTemineiii Storks dull. U. S. 6s '81.
coupons lU3lu.i ; 6-20s, 103104; 7-30s, 103
ait ikfkft Lower. U. S. Cm lfojl. rmiiwim liinV:
do 6-2b repistered 104; do do coupons lua; do one
yearcertihcatesU; Ohio and Miss cert. 49 ; Erie
nu; X. Y. Cent 134; Reading Mich So
in Ktm scrip izt; loicao 1304; Kock Island
lOH , Qumcy 126; Xuledo aud Wabash GO. ,
MiWYORK IMTTLE MARKET.
New Yobk, July 12.
Beef tattle, lrit quality, 17(518c; ordinary to
go.nl Ay.Uail ; coniuiun I3(al4y;; inferior 10q$11!.
CV)ws and Calves 1st quality, f-iOyjTO ; ordiuary
$4 fj.rf.: common $4iV'56 ; inferior 3,rt40.
Veal Calves 1st quality $1011 ; ordinary 6X3
9 ' common IHfmH ; interior tia"?.
Sheep aud Lauiha extra $7 &Oai 25 ; prime $0 SO
1 oruinary tj uat ;mi; common 4 ya5 mi: ii
iiwist. oFrtt-twt 1 tatl"l;.
Owing to a very heavy increase in receipts as
co.iipaj-oa witti ht wiH-fe, the market rated heavy.
CIIICAUO M4RKETJoly 12.
Float r Very dull,
W lieiil Stt-ady. Iteuiiiul Liii:fiuti to N't. 2,
which sold at 2 2la2 22, cloiimr at $2 2-. No. 1
qui -t at &2 2i 2 27.
('rn Steady at 1 -Hi fur Xo. Z. Nothing do
inr in No. 1.
Fts Quiet; Sales at SlaS2.
Provision Mesa Pork nominal at $4-1a4o.
FraittvlttM Dull ; 7a7c for wheat to Buffalo.
Rcit 7,om. bbls flour; 72.0UO buvh wheat; ltil,
Oia buh corn ; tjt,i bn Oat, bhlpmenta, S2U0
bbU flour ; ll,uuu buh wheat ; 86,0u0 buah cora J
0 m l.u-u oata.
I.EVKLAXn WOOLEN IhTILIJ.
! A. A E. '. POPE.
Supcriiiti ndents, Manufacturer! and Dealers in all
i kimls of
j WOOLEN 680DI,
! Constatinz of Plain and Fancy
CAssDtmtRx, ' i '
, DOKKfN. ' ' '
; ETC., TO.
A good stock constantly on band, adapted to the
)lark -4 prices paid for Wool or Pelts, In Cash or
- Office an! Salesrooms,
No. 95 WATER STI1KKI, CLKVELAND, 0.
a. w. WOOPWOnTH.
r. q. bead.
C A. READ & CO.,
BANKER - - 95 Supirior-St,
Receive subscriptions to the U. S. 10-40 BONDS, in
terest to commence on day of receipt of subscrip
tions. : , '
We pay the hipiieat premium for GOLD, 9ILTER,
CAN' AHA MtiNKV, and Coupon Interest on U.S.
Bonds. Also buy and sell all kinds of U. S. Bonds.
Lncunvnt money taken at lowest rate of discount.
Revenue stumps for sale.
i Wo also buy-and sell on Commission
All Kinds of Stocks and Bonds
, At the New York Stock Exchange.
i . A. KEAU A' CO., Bankers.
aay7-102 16 Superior-et., Cleveland; O
; STRAW COOPS.
L. !BEEDICT & SON,
Rave a large stock of
LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS I CAPS,
and all the various styles of FLATS, which they
SF.LL AT LO"WEK PRICES
than ciin bu bought at in the market, at Wholesale
or retail. We have also a large assortment of FELT
QOOllS of (lie latest styles.
I IIK.VEDHT A- SOHS.
jnlyS 1 201 8nprior-st.
sums to suit at the old stand
and well-known WAONKK'9 LOAN OFFICB, on
becurrties of every kind, viz; Gold and silver
Watches, Diamonds, tiilvor Ware, Jewelrv. Guns.
pistol. Cloth mp. Dry ttoods, Pianos. Mslodeous,
ana aii pervontu projieny sua articles oi vama, us
the m(Mt satibfacttirv terms. Business strlctlv nri-
Tate. , Eritnblirjhed 18M. N. h. A variety of iu
redfemed Watches, Jewelry, Guns, Ac, for sale at
uthoe corner oi water ana oupevux strears,
over Davis and PetLxetto's Clothing StoK.
OCl J. J, l W. AtiJ4JB.lt.
BAT'S SEW ESTABLISHMENT,
TH3E LARGEST IK THE STATS.
FOR WIS MAKING AKO LADIES HAIR DRESSING
j 4a PUBLIC SviUARE.
Manufacturer of all kiuiU of WIOA. inciuiiinsr
the celebrated , ,
ILLUSION WIC .
that to resembles natora as to defv the eloasnt
scrutiny. A very largo and boantiful stock of
Laum fl.n it., iuroug.it ty tne proprietor from
Europe, for BW1TC11KS and BRA1DH the finest
assortment ever seen in this city.
Ladies" Front Pieces and Half-Wigs,
la every style, with all Improvements.
PFTS OF CURLS, made from Frnneh N&tnnl
Cnrifal Hair (guaranteed.)
EUGENE DOUBLE and TRIPLE BOWS.
pSiCt.. , WATERFALLS. Ae
Made by the advertiser, equal to those Imported.
Ladies' Braids made into- anr kind of Uetfu1 -D-resta
or Bow without injury to Switch.
LA l IKS' HAIR DUKSSIiSG in the moat pro rail
iur and tasliionaUe atyle.
All work warranted as represented,
HOT and COLD HATiirt at all hnnrs. dcr2!
ra r fries and Hvoii-si-aBsi.
GBOCEBIES. A FBXt, ASSORT
men t of '
Caa always be found at
II 0 TV E K & POPE'S
TEAS OF THE FINEST QTJA1ITT
oeiecieu Willi great care ;
SUGARS, of every grade, COFTEE,
SPICES, EXTRACTS, ,
And every variety of goods pertaining to their
branch of bu.iness sold by them at price that will
bear a favorable comparison with any otter reliable
house in the city. mavis
NEW SILVER "WARE Jtst Rk
eetredat , C0WXS8',
Ju. : . jot wuti sow
FOR SALE AT THE
The following Blanks are constantly
kept on hand at the ' -
' Land Agreements,
Captions for Depositions,
Notaries' or Justices' Certificates,
"Transcripts of Marriage Record,
United States Commissioner's War
rants and Affidavits.
' ALL KINDS OF BLANKS
Printed. to Order InBestStjle
Leader Job Office.
E. COWLE3 & CO.
TIES, TIES, SCARFS, SCARFS,
TIEd, TIES, SCARFS,' SCAKFS,
TIES, TIES, SCARFS, SCARFS,
COLLARS, " SHIRTS,
fJOL.L.AKS. at SIIIllT.-i
COLLARS, 135 Banket., SH1KTS,
tULLAKS, Op. Wutl.li ll House, SHIRTS,
FI" KM SHI SO OOflrr,
VVholesale and Betail Dealer in
Strip Vein, Columbiana and Chippewa
Office on C. A- P. R. K. Pier. AIj. office and Hard
at .ucuu strvet K. H. Orosaiu. Coal ot an
Lxcellent Onallty lor
STEAM. tiAsi. OUA'rV.r'.. STOVFjl
Omcoor Uousu Use. AUo, AM'HltACI'l E COAL
in lariB or small quantities. . .
Orders respectfullysolkitad and promptly attend
ed to. Coal for smithing kept ooustantly on haml.
a. Terms Cash. ... aiayix
Plnraber, Gas & Steam Titter,
272 SUPERIOR-ST., OP fOSTIOFFICE,
DEALKA IX . .
Gas Fixtures, Lead and Iron Pipe, Fore and Lift
rampa, Bath labs, Vtater closets, Cupper
Boilers, Sinks, Ac, Ac. . . -ttr
Orders from tb. Country promptly attend
a TIP-TOP QUALITY OF ARMY
-L A- Ishirtine Flannel, 6-4 wide, only twelve aliil-
lings per yard.
' TAYLOR, ORISWOI.D CO.,
V RANGES AMD LEMONS, BY THE
at DINMAN'S, 6 Knclid-st
gRADBURN, 'WILLIAMS & CO,
06 and AO River, nnd 21 and 23 Meadow
Are now recelvinr from New York and New Or-
Icane a large aud chotce su)ply of
4'offe, Kn(ar, Tea,
. Rio, N. Orleans, V. Hyson,
Java, Muscovado. (. Hyson,
Mixdia, Crushed, Japan.
Hummatra,, Granulated, i 1 Imperial.;
Maricabo. Powdered. Oolong,
' - CoOee, Av D. A C. Tioarwhy1
TOBACCO AKD SEGAR3,
hi great vaviery.
GKOPND COFFEft. PEPPER AXT) '
, 6PICE3, M0LA33E3 and SYRCPS
Vhish they offar to the Trade at very low rate.
' Cleveland maytufactared articles at Manufac.
turar' urices. .
janfciJu . ' B RADBURM. WILLIAMS A CO.
FOK 0.E niADKED DAYS.
GREAT OLOSING OUT SALE
DRY GOODS &. MILLINERY
Change of Kusiness
! ANir '
Sl."0IiE F011 RENT
Having concluded to chsosje th tusincss to an
fvtciukvlve Johbiag Trade, th RUiI Mock will be
close t oat at
The stork is nna of the larceat and best seleeted in
the city, and ftll purchased before the addition of
may per oaut. to tbe tartll. li . aeairous tociose
out m soon a poasiute, tne irooas win oe ""
unt any resTerauce to the recent lsrwo advaace in
prices. 1 . i . ii r. i ' i -,
Julyli 242 and 20i Sup.irior street.
.Officere-No. !J6 . Hoffman Block,
i.f:vi;i.A Jfi, ohio.
H. LITTLE, Aokkt,
. Kerwin Street.
GROCER & PROVISION DEALER
SALT. FISH. FH1UR, LARD. EGGS. HAMS. SHOUL
i DERS, B UNS, SOAP, CANDLES, 4C. ;
An il, hat tinaads Flour, via; City Mills, Snpe.
rlor Mills, WlllvW Bank, Stark Cily, Siimlyvllle
Mills. Akroo FJiMtralways on hand at lowest cash
LOTS Ft )R SALE. 135 FT. FRONT
on Super lor street, corner of Muirson stree.
Also, snb-kits 1, 11 ana i, oeuin w
nnAnivriaril M.t otf M IllrSnn Street. Also
15 feet front s n Spring street, rnnniug back to the
Railroad Iras ,k, being Innd on which a part of the
wood-shed ol the Cleveland, Culunibou A Cincinnati
Railroad sts .nds. Also 17 feet 8 inches front on
Champlain street, nearly opposite tho new City
court noun e.
Tor terns s enquire of : PAINE avvapk,
GRAND EXCURSIOM TO THE NORTH SHORE OF
t . : m-,.UU SUPERIOR. .. . ....r. ,
'wIJUkTTHE FAVOSITfi SIDE-.
aVi H i tifc ,,nel Steamer ,
ILLINOIS, Johm RoBEaTgos, Master. ' '
leaves CTerrland on Thnrsday, th 14th inst., at
clock P. X., nd yetrcnt on rioav. July 15th. t
P. M for the usual Lake Superior norta. ret n ru
ing hy the North Shore and Iale Royai, giving pas
sujers an opportunity to view the heaauful scene
ry for which that portion oi tne ijae is aotfti.
Fare for the round trip, including meaia and
state-rooms, about 2 cents per mile.
Rooms secured and other information obtained
application to GARRETSON, HOWE A CO., -
jnly9-ioi cio. Jaiver--.
ift gooH tow. '
GIFT BOOK STORE
PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT
o. 110 SI PERIOR-ST., CLEVELAND, 0.
SEND FOE A CATALOGUE.
All Books Sold at Publishers' Prices.
sT Catalogues Mailed Fret to any address.
Buy your Photograph Albums at the Metropolitan
Send for a DMcriffive Cntalogue.
BUT YOUR BIBLES IT THE METROPOLITAN.
SEND FOB A CATA OQTJE.
Bur jour Prajers at the Metropolitan
' SENT F0H A CATALOGUE.
0V Send the monev for anv nrica Album yon
may want, and I will send yon the best In the State
for the price aod a handsome gin wun eacn.
il GIFT WORTH FROM SO CENTS TO 100 DOLLARS
WITH EACH BOOK.
BEND FOR A CATALOG FE.
Bt. All communications should be addressed to
pal V? Ko. 1IO SapnriAr mt , flcvolan . O
DR. AV. AVELLS,
M ember of tne I-oyal CoIIpc of Phyw-
crnns. liOndon, hnIand.
Ofiire 111 ftMnerlor-iiit., t lveland. O.
Will lie happy to met
all thoeewlio are atliic-
t'd with subacute or
chronic ditMases. His
treatment is entirely
ditlcrent from the old
plan, and is mild, effi
cacious and etlective.
.Cast of Nervous and
General Debility, Neu-
Fits, Throat Diseases,
Pynprpaia, Liver Opm-
eminal Weakness. Loss of Memory, 5octnmal
Km isr-in na. Secondary sympioms, sesasi niseaiw
SnrhiUtic Eruptions, VkerateU Sore Leiia, Stnc
turrs, liseajesof the Bladder and Kidneys.
n Special atteuuon paid to me aiseaiM w n o-
mi'ii aBd Children.
New and reliable treatment ior
ALL DISEASES OF THE F.YE AND EAR.
nn.ticnt. of either sex lj' In : at a distance, by
stating their dlKease in vi tin aivinK all the
symptoms, can obtain medic sea lth dirt'Cttons for
use.. His medicines are Kiela.ivcly Vervt
Dr. Wells' Klertro-Chemlea' Ba hs, for the cur. of
all Chronic lliseases and Iarous lompiamis.
n Spermatorrhea can b effectually cured by
this treatment. ......
Consulting hours from 9A.Ji.jr. m. r.
Bo 31!). No letters will b answered unless tny
contain a remittance or a tea cent postage aaamp.
feb22-B2 : , -
A PPOINTME Id FUR THE YEAR
I a VI K'rl. l"l . V, Aji ., ... aaa ----
Botanical rhysician and Surireon, will consult pa
tients ior an cnroDio v
rnKK r CHAJuiK, at the following tim and places
during the present year:
. 2 1S3! 42 61 1 i
AMU l"A HULA, . .S64T.I
I-'ink IJouse. . . . -
MAmV-sT: . . 5 4 1 .( W ! ' 9 l' 4 9
PAlN'tlLLE, .9 6 S 9 7 11 9 10 10
kSSHSST: . It S 711 91511 .12 Id 7 12
HI&T: B 10 9 U 11 li 13 10 It 12 9 14
tRijf, T'. . . 14 11 10 14 13 16 14 U IS 13 10 15
WKuA'sSiuN; . 15 12 11 15 13 17 15 12 II 11 M
t-liitLiton JJousc. .
ELVK1A, . . . 16 13 T K II IS W n TT wrr 17
Tiinr hfirl ftver tarentv vears1 exueriei.ee In the
trcHtnifiit ot .'hroiitc 1'iacuites of every charnrter, es
pecially the Tliroat ami A-unai, win ffine enn;i,
IbffKJUon to all who may apply hr rtlie f. llavin had
a suocesnful pravticu in thtr above namtid places tor
several year with unparalleled lucctasw. of winch sat
ufa tory n-fereace can be given At any of the above
uamoU plact. . ,
All mWliciiM prescribed, and not operating satisfac
torily, the money vrili be rcfuald tor atl such mvdf-iciu-t
returned. Price of Medicines for one mouth,
rn.m to W,i0. .
WttJTTiie lxctor can be consultwl the last two weeks
of every month at his residence. No. lfl Pttuburuh
(rtreet, CleveAand, O. Post-Oitice addnas-ltox 1. .11.
decl6-KS-liauuiw U. 3. CLAh-K, il. D.
ATLANTIC and GREAT WESTRN
Two through Express Trains between Cleveland and
New i'ork. Takes effect July 11, 184.
Kew York Through Line.
Leave Cleveland at - - 9:50 a M and 9:10 F .
Arrive Leavittsburgh' - 11:30 A. M. ' KhM
" MeadviUe - .- - . 1:46 .." li6U a. .
Corry - - - - 3:30 " & "
. " Salamanca - . . - 6 J0 " " 4:50 "
"i -hew iork - - - MMl. . " t-Zir.n.
Leave New York at - 7:(ia.M.and0:n0f. H.f
Arrive at Cleveland - - 4:50 a. m. aud tr.'JU
Sundays excepted. fSaturdays excepted.
i MAIN LINE. .
Eastward Learo Akron (Malll at - - 6:80 A. n.
Arrive Meadville (Mail) at - 15: 10 r. M.
Arrive SalamaDca at - - 7:30 M
Westward Leave Salamanca (Mail) at : a. w.
Arrive MeadviUe " at lftifi
Arrive Akron "" at 3:55 T. .
Eastward Leave Gallion (Accom) at - 8 :a a. U.
Arrive Mansfield " at - 10:08
' Arrive Akron " at : ' 4 311 r. .
Westward Leave Akron " " at - 10:35 a. k.
Arrive Manneld " at - 4:50 r. St.
Arrive Oallion " at - 6:06 "
. FRANKLIN BRANCH.
Leave Meadville at - - 8:10 a. . and 2:45 r.
Arrive Franklin at - -10:15
Leave Franklin at - - 7::i0
Arrive Meadville at - - 9:55
Leave Cleveland at - : '45 a. M. and 41" p. I
Arrive Youngstown at - 9:55 " 44 7:57 41
Leave Koungstown at - 6:45 " " 15 '
Arrive Cleveland at - l'.,:-4 " " "
II. F. SWEETSEK,
Gcn'l Sup t, MiaviUe, Pa.
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Tickst Agent, Cleveland, O.
C. Cs BRUCE & PRESTON,
. f Government Licensed '
Army & !f avy War Claim Agents,
i0. 1 ttTMA P U1V "a,
Near the Court (louse.
WaNhin8rt4,n9 ft. 4'. '
No. 4-M Ninth Street,
prBLISH THE ARMY HERALD,
AND COLLECT . ,
PENSIONS, BOUNTT, BACK TAT,
Pri Money, Discharged and Resigned Officers
Pay, and all other War Claims. ,
We pay particular attention to claims la which
other Attorneys have FAILED, orwhich have been
rlS.oldiers discharged for Worses EtoirvEP w
Battle can obtain the !0U Bounty do. them LM
MEDIATELY, by applying to us in person or by
On. of onr firm being at ALL TIMES in Wash
ington, D. C, the advantages we offer to onr clients
can but be manifest to all.
I IFees low. No charge until we have accomplished
wiat1,nn4erAt. . may-Bi
FOSTHE"SPRING"TRl352 " "
FBESBL.,lRJUTAIi:. 0r;5EW fiOOBS,
which will be opened at once, and offered to tbe
trad, at pricer defying competition, namely :
Silk, Wool aaACoitoa .,.;;.. . ,
C5DEKSIIIRTS AB DRAWERS.
. - 4 JPIE4EN - .- , ;. ...
Amertran and French Fancy Flannels for Over-
; 10 MZEX HONIEBT, ''
Cotton, Linaa and Liale Thread. . . -
i 75 PIECES USES,
of every quality, for .
BOSOMS AND SHIRTS.
80 Docen'Porltet Haadkmklelk,
East riidia Silks and Linen, Hem.titrhed, c:
2,000 CROSS PEARL BCTT0K3, " '
Wholesale and retail. '
SHIRTS AXD COLLiUS,
NICKTIS3 AXD HAXDKERCHIEFS,
GLOVES in kid and all other material. . i
Fine Dress Shirts Made to Order.
Gentlemeu's Furnishing Goods
Too nnmerons to mention, always on hand, best
style and quality.
B -The most EXPERIENCED MECHANICS
alone employed in this establishment. .
! I. A. KEPP.VF.R, Aent,
I I i Xo. 41 PARK BCILDINO,
Situated between tha Court Ilousa and Stoa.
Church, Public Square.
jno.fl ' TT.FVTL AND.'OHTO
AGLE "WORKd MUNAUPACTU- .
DO YOC WAST
STEA3I EXGI.ES OR BOILEBS,
j Patent Fire Evaporators,
PATIENT SUGAR CANE MILLS
PATENT STEAM COIL EVAPORATORS,
PATENT STAMP MILLS
FIKK'S PFAK Oil LA KB SUPKRIOkt,
SEND FUI1 CIRCULAR
With cuts snd Picrlptton.-, Prices, c.
Saw Mills, Flouring Mills,
AND KACHIN'KIIY OF ALL DaJiCBIPTtliNS
; I arSK.VD FOH circulars. ";
' P. W. GATES, President
K. B. Agents wanted everywhere. mayi7'Xi
I7REMONT FOUNPRY AND MA
; j CHINK lloP.
Messrs. JIE& crRTIS,
have enlarged their wtrko, and added new ma
chinrry. We can comi-li'tt- all orders on short no
tice, and build eneiuin from orw hundred horw '
power to the smalrk-t sine. We also mauutacturs the
EiqELSIOK CIRCULAR SAW MILL
This mill cut from l;,otx to 3K,noo fret of Inch
boa ni$ in 12 hoar-, with i.ux ma to superintend it.
Uwaiso build our iiupruvrd Mulay mill, which wiR
cut frtm 4.- to 7.-i feet in twelve hours. We da
fla-ties ours Ives that we can and do build
THE BESr MILLS IN THE STATE.
W e alo munfactitre the
JUE and CURTIS SUGAR MILL
This mill will exprew om or TX) gallons of juice In
12 hours with on hors orl,inuwitu twohnrt. It
canuua be broktrn. It weighs l,t'-iA Vx, and Is mail
of tha best mteriul. e iunufactur
ALL KINDS OF CAST PLOWS,
adapted to the soil of Northern Ohio. We maka s
000 D TWO-HORSE PLOW i'OR 9G.50,
which no other hop can do at the praent high rata
of materials. We can furnish all kind of
CIKCCLAR, Ml' LAY AND DRAG SAWS -at
manufacture!;' piic-v. We havs on hand
TWO SMALL ENGINES AN'D BOILERS
for sale, which we will sell cheap.
We will pay the highest prices in cash for all kinds
of old iron, copper and brass.
Give us a call, nnd we will satisfy you of ; t
truth of the above statement.
j JTJNE at CTTRTT3. -
Fremont, April 1,14. aprl8-15
W T CECT. MORRISON VOSTIB.
y RON AND NAILS "WAREHOUSE
I Nos. 61. til, 65 and 67 River Street,
I CLEVELAND, OHIO,
W. F. CAREY & CO.,
Wholesale agency for the sate, at Manufacturers
price; of tha celebrated Schoenberfivr a Juniatta-Naii-J,
Juniata Mvwt Iron, Juuit Boiler Plata, Jn- j
niata Jlniuir?d llnw hhues. etc., eto.
tjL Bar Iron, unnw tones, eta.
F; TIIE SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
pf Cleveland, o., Juiy 4, IWH :
I ' - BBSOCRCE9.
Loans and Discounts..
t 990,968 ID
, 6'U0 64
line from Uaukaaud Bankersw.M.M.
Das lrom banks in ew t'ork, Boston,
and Philadelphia: .. .
Speci, and other lawful moony of the
United states ,
Bills jof iHilvent Banks
C. S 'Bonds deposited with Tr.
U. a. to secure circulatiou, 9636,000
U. S. Bonds duMsited with IT.
U. 3. fur other purposes... 60,0(0
TJ. 9. Bonds, seven-thirty note . aou
1, X 36
I . : . .. i ti,HS3,mi) 90
I . LIABILITIES.
Capital 000,1)00 0
Circulation iii,iU 00
Prolit and loss 48,665 20 '
Due to Banksand Bankers 4H,0l 93
llue liepitors on ili-tuand, f'HO.Oii TO
lue to Treasurer u . zio, iui tw
Due to individuals and rarporatlons
other than Banks.. . .
j I2,'203,OTO 50
.State of lk, : i On this 4th day of Jo- -County
f Cuyahoga, e: ) ly, lsit, personally cam.
before the uak-r8igiii.-d, otary Public of said coun
ty, Joseph P. rkius, President, and II. B. Hulburt,
t astiier of the Second National Bank of Cleveland,
wlio being duty sworn, upon their oaths say that
tha foregoing is a true aud accurate atatensent of
the affairs and condition ot said Bank, on tb. saor
uingof tue-llh day of July, 1S64.
j-EI'll PKKKINS, President.
H. B. HI RI.Bl'T, Cashier.
Subscribed snd sworn to the day and vi-ar abova
written. JM). U. JtNNINGS,
july ii Notary Pobllc.
VOT1CE THE Flk.Uo,-&UEL"I3UN
l t Co. waa dissolved be mutual consent oa tb.
.-uth day of June, Unit. Uersona b6ving claims
against said firm may present the same to J. B.
DAT1.1 or A. I). fU NlTK, to whom persons in
debted to said firm should make payment irf their
Indebtedness. A. V. IILNTIB,
j.inB1:lm N. B. DAVlo. ;
COPPER MINE NOTICE THE,
Annual Meeting or the Stockholders of th
, oreupine Mountain Milling Company," for the
a ction of officers for the ensuing year, and the
; r ansaction of other busiu.nw, will be held at the of
i ceof Uiiesey A McBrl le, Nos. 11 aad Rivar-St.,
Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuewlay, July 12th, at 10
o'clock a. M- By order of the Directors;
' B. f. BUBCliyiKLD,
Ime8:l"i8 Secretary and Treasurer.
CO.U.uEXlEUm COACEliT !
WESTERN RESERVE COLLESE,
IirD40, OHIO,. - Jnly 14th, 16I.
A GRAND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
will be given by tb. cetobntad - -
LICHT CUARD BAND I
and ORCHESTRA, of Detroit, assisted by
The Best Amateur Vocalists. . i
Admission 50 cents. Doors open at 6.30. Concert I
to commeucc at 7.JQ P. M- j idyll-loll .
books of subscription to the capital stock of
tlie Lawn-nce Railroad and Transportation Co
Dftnv will be opened at tla- General Officoof tb.
Cleveland and Pitubnr;;!! R.iilnd Company, tn ,
tbe city of Cleveland and State of Ohio, on Satur
day tlie 16th day of Jnly, 1W4, at one o'clock r. M.
,' AI.KXANDKR CRAWTOBD, , , , ,
JiiIIN M. CKAWKORD,
j W ILLIAM PATTKBaOK,
JAMES R. SUAW,
JOUX W. BLAACUARD.
Cleveland. June 14th, 14. iBnel5:18 r
PLATED PICKLE STAN PS, CAS
TORS and Cake Baskets. '".'"
COWLE! C0.9, '
. Jnly, : - ' lit WaddaU How.
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