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its, aud otoer snort uotico, ut fcjLcvttdiu rut
Li.NbA,lutJlUl tweiu Liii3-i-jluuiQiuroceuCfe.
lot an over ruUJt ia4- aud uot exceeding uuu:
Ltc, tlotiuie awv rates.
rl U CAPITALISTS A" GOOD IK
J. Va MCI t. iftu UiidcrKiuura uJin for sl
iLj elegant new iloici iu uii 111, kufwa WtJli
iiiti iiJtvOa.. ini tiiHirw envoys a-lrge aud
rem tuv pcfeauM uu .wady of turt-u ve4i at thi
ruu- jf iu ptu- cent, per auuunt on ilu mvuatuicnt
or particular adore
JOHN' B. S1IRBITP(
july Ll-160 yu Oity, Pa
Vv 13, stbley St., on th 7th df June,
Alvdiaia-eizcd Ki-U COW, eight or nine rear old.
abort ruri, lUtie dark in ins fax aud below the
Km-. b wmtj Hows save on the dank audabsmt
tb bag ; scar inches loug uu the kip ; teats
burl aud close Whether: tkiu browu.ih yellow.
Th above reward will be paid lor her delivery,
Hilurutation .U4i' U mj ixi Joiui l, at Sio. 1J,
Sibley .street, CievvUud. juijr W-loi
XT ED A GIRL, TO DO lylTCII
or at om 1-ro.p -ct tstr..t. Jyl4
UOB SALE. One good Second-Hand
JL. XV onfal. h,nu,uir. lit 1st tUvarbtreet.
jalyi-iw , -
LnPT-RATfi PASTURE PoR HOB-
t. aa. tou gjrikDf WitlWHUU g'JIKI ICIKWI
a. MtaiuW.'i o, tiuuM iroiucitr, on lAjiroit
I O B T A BA1' MAKE l'OS V
poa vu fr,-uift at. Wfljuvurwiii .oave wfrd iu
v . v. tiuiuai, 93 upurior-t., w.iore feu may
Ue iuUUO, WAil lM UUIJ loW4Hl'!(i. JUiJUFloJ.1
L';E SALE A EIIOYl'X HuRSE
X. years oiti, ud well brosis. Luquirefi r'f
-'irK SALE AT FK D."kl JTIIEK
VQR SALE. A GOOD COMFOKTA.
L. t lifloc feud at u. 0, Xrtl-Srt
Can iii. a vl iiuru. i.-i ni inquire uu
tu eiiiiM, or vi a. wi i.l.A4ioM J m 1.
.)- liJiWAKi)! LOST. BETWJiEN
til till JUUU.
men, p-i AluJtU wm Lj ;!t.U. ( Aul
auL Wiiu tiitocu uiu, j pr lumikU. auUs uwu
i. bilAUM KJU1, Oil I ol A- u. 'Jl..
CTitO. Oil STOLEN FKOil; TiiE
a-tti u X' "dt iiiaiAml by tati loit DgfU twilljj
fiiui tr turf riuL, Mini vcxMiiLoU mt tuv puiut.
Au) fvlaou fjivixt uiiwiliwii MiJi Utt liwoiauj
uwtfuwt. Lao kuiiLa,
fAHll TO flEKT A UOCSE OF
1 f twui vu or viut looiof, wita tru, c.
Poaacteiou auai uv kitu tuiiucHU(tfir. Aaumi,
il LOST CONSISTING Of A
.a jUM) W 1U UUm. A WMKlMUAb.tU ItOUl
an wiivivpv iu u km.cI. 1 iii py As tv
Vaiu tv iu Uiiai' uu irill rtuiu u t luu AUeii
Ciu uuh. J. l.liiAk.l
LOL'.D JUXJi 27TH, ON SUl'li-
biwr wan pfwiiA pivpari. Vail at Jw.
lilt-tl, llVdl j to J pel' Wovk. Juaw
i lutuil au4 vt muc by '
J. o. oIiLMUS.
ANIED A SXTUATIOX; AS
a t cUui iU ui - e.x iMiflnIiu;. AiiufW
1. o. J.f ttmiiu, J. A. iitsu, ol tui ill ut wi
Huwu, ctnwuj.wii c., Aiiux-ai. Jot v-iy
lAjlia iY" SXAIiLl"NO. T
Cuwiilaiii-it.t ua ALotiaay, jtuj it, Ba
lui, ir - uieK. Alia o w or c uitte luT Uy
jvdfj, ikiJlliKliLK V.
"Lxjri SALK. A DOt'BL,Jt ' TWO
Jj wr Utca uweuiut Koa. u aud ao.j liihfpjci
kiwl. AUia. ii (wit am Uu kivva Li rvuiTwO. A
vou cliauov iwr iuvwoiuit;Ut. it u kuowuaattic
trwiULau .UUTCU prvptfllj C JU. ilALiJhlk,
JiLgAW o. 4Topwi-at.
SITUATION WAN TI U I a Good
lltMUluj Ktt MtU, W tio ililt rK.
Ai Oj a if j a- Jt'trnfa old to uo ilgnt Work, T BM
arrauu wy. Auuim a. W-( l.-aduc oiuc. j
LUiT SOAIJS DAI' THIS Wiili, A
fvbot ury ot ij, ucmiaiuiu pupur ;u-
biM. U lig olio out lua OWUcf. II Um uuttttr Will
lewvtt Mita Ud. ai uiu Wuveiaud l'apr Company k
taxviiuuvu, io. ouperwr trs)i, a will im uu-
trLOYMNTT;o A .Mii.
4 avuu wtuiUiU H Mil &ciu Aiaciuuert. W
V... s.w coiiuMwu ou an uiACiiiuo oiu, or aui
ptoj .tuti 4i uiu wuia iwr iuu aowva au
ii lATU pkld. AUJIW i. A. JlX.AillAHOAUj'
LV.f v;irot, -lCil. J'
WUKK WANTKD. WASHING
ua .rtuiU uiuu u iiMf duwtu uf , aiu,
UuuU vtniii,)M vviUoi jttiUoumin, iu-
uiie ah i mtiKfii-' MVuiaud. jbio-A.jw
4ANTi v6 TO 12 A DAY
ff ttdUlVU, AA"Utl, Uk-llJ Mold lUl-Ai- j lo riU.
VvMUrfUrtM 0 A VM'ilifc- JaHulUi.. ' it Will
jUkO-, tuiu, tun, lui-A, oiaiuuiu, cum, nuul au
eu.-t ui;)tuii.u. o m i moil-
bUll AM.iA--, Ol a UiJL-rHA tlUlUUKWUU. Awl
i. i.jmi1 a AKwt 1'uuiiC a-iUaiCj L.lcau.i, 0.
AN TibD. A UiitL COAliuTt-N i
iu j cuoiat iii-ujWoi uiraa tuiu-XJ-A-ii.i
i..44iv. Aipo tiuiiU'i) tti aw-
JL eituui iur fcio. A.sorj taiAtij urirT.iT
UuuvmcU, wulvi auu u iact. vclj uuu iM
k jiinaii'iit 1 1 1 aauoaLiu. j.tii AKa aa-,
1 AUK CHAN C fUK AGENTS.
X -uiudia aUM XiUfavm ot auauaui Aiiu
W. uckiA'.'a uraut tvuu iui(ju B. Al.lM5iiaa ud
OUJ.J Uj icuii. AJu.'cii li. s. uilt.ii.'', iowui ,
Aiidcau AuiutnM( wttf Aauvr UiUcij CUj wUO.
LOaT A PLAlJT UOLD LOCKET
!Wi;i, C 4KtyC Ol itcAi iU Mllllktli4 W
u.mc ui tuguiti. . a uot jauj aAuiivi, vu
bujji iuf-. u uuar mui in iij-Ai ivmi'uvu
t rwltti luu li. w Vue JTiamocaUtr VUkm. ju -iyc
PUUaND-A PoCJiJT liOUKiCON-
. iUA!,, a kuiail iuimuuI ul luuui-j, Wiiicu lln
imi ituvu o pujui or luw aAtci ua.lU(ut.
iA ixM, AhAa ulu a uu.,
jUiN c-iO - OUpt'XiUf-at.
f ANrT.I) AN A1-IN SUJiSTI-
wuw uut iiauic Lw aiat. lur 4mui an
a w,iai uvunLjr Will bv paia. Apply aft. lUv
l'tauu ot b...s Ulii VJ.t .;
ju.j a 10 aupcrior-at., uptiawm.
IX)i; SALE. li ACKH.S UJ?' IaAinU
" JC ob ot. isiir aoa!, iur mum I rum tu woit
iijUM. iia a uu4 uuuaw uu U. Aiau, a uu tot Ol
tUaAilig U tAAL UiM, fcp V1U, CC. Appl to
4u Ai. va 1. ti.m LL&i.
riioLT-A Large hall in the
atttauu tfuiiUiAiki oauvruri,
m oivu& uti uiuaru-M., witlt room
tutaUie Ml dffttiuutf alHTTft-
io aioiiu oi wrick Imtldiog, about 4u by
4U lel a ouiwl ior-t. Mid O.Uf t, Aiammwi. i
J. tv. Ji.lMt, ' - '!
jaaaiA6U - Atwaur liauamg.
' 11 OTEL Foil RET-THJ5 Uii-
XX auikigud, wiotuutf torvtiru iro uikatol
lvi .at aM iao jiooJ wm, itixuiturtij A., ul tiie
IuimIUL) liuuw:, Weveiaud. turn Uuuswulvcaum
-On tuocoruui 01 ouptnoi-l. anu Uio l'uoit aqaan,
IM Um uol duairaUM toouity lvf a iioWi iu Uiacit) ,
Is 111 cXceiiettt- -p(til-, aau tlM a aouU tM Ol p
troua.:. AO au Olte deatrtug Ul eUKfa ill ua bui
a ciurw uivorbbH) uipuri.uuiiouKiiot be bad.
' MOt lurttwr pKTUclliML, 1UiU11V Oi ' ' "- '!'--
JttBalT15fr "tfrwt City kiom, vKvnad. 1
IjkoTOGKAPIl CAKD3 FDiTGEN-
JL ' "I A.M t.N oaiupirw .aud' CaXaloua acot
IurAceuia n.ucio au eovwtopa wiui your uau
Bauiw aaf fcddrea. - - ' 1. Alt. aabl lAs,
jua-,"-iJJ ".S L.ibri'-it., aw kurk.
IU1 FLENDIU 6TKL iNGKAV,-
ltfijS, , jUM uuluidiiiM. Olulifyaicu, kaUicw auu
iWu n chu (uid yiMif uni mm ,MVitta eiupioj-
IDirtif tU l.ifcl U,( tMiii ivi UiWJ tfuaUillUi ptClUAULj
pvcu.-J toiTuw, for piiKUtara, iut cn
' kootn No. 4, Leader Atuiidiug, Ciwiiii, O.'
Judw i t-U-dW
Superior trvel, pity tliv bibct preniaa for
Cttia. ilvr sod Cud iiony aud lk arrBt
at towatt ra( of diowwnl.
C C. & C, C. & P, AJTD C. & M.
Itallroail -fractional Ccrtiitcatea of Stock
waowd, and tb hiyiuvl pric paid by - t .
A. UHAU UJ., Superior itreet.
ITC. P. A. KaiUwul stvclt tar ami.:
1 CTIVE AGENTS WANTED7T0
i V cauvaai each uiwd aud couuty in Ohio for a
mar bout, jast psUiahed, calird " Peo-lVlcaroa ot
Ltat, ar. or Ljrric, lucidenu and skeltbe. of the
iobvllMB." It U hariun a rapid tale. Ageun will
io well to aecuro territory aariy. nclo. aujap
'orUroularto - B. g. GttBEX,
: Hooia Auericau BuUdiaic. ClevaUmL 0.'
, eun2010U-4w j . .'
FOB PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS.
KTBIESC Ul'T ICONS, Magic Lantern, aad
UlMolTlng Viewa, with photograph ttxam from ail
part of the world, aud all the Important battles,
im-ideata and placea of the preaeot rebellion. Also
scripture aad Temperance Ulaatrarioiu ia great Ta-
net;, made aad fur aale by
I . . JAMia W. QCEEX 1 CO.,
90 Cheetnnt rtreet, Philadelphia, P.
Priced and Ulnatrated cataloguei lent gratia.
J CLEVELAND BREWERT;
CASAlST CliVEiLAHTD, O.,
-Constantly on hand for City and Export Uae,
II, III, Pale, Amber and Cream Ale,
st Porter and Brown Stout. i
Particular attention U called to my itoek of
PRESENT D8B AND CREAM ALES,
aeound and rcliabla article of which can alwayi be
fonad on hand during tba warmeat weather in sum
mer. Orders addressed to 1. KIUHE, Aaj't,
will receive prompt attention. aug6R28
f- E-VSIGS & nixscoi,"
. , j; CHOK E FAHIAV
Gr 110 (IE HIES,
. 100 PrBLIC SQUAKH. "
r.M. T. sr.
Atlantic 1 Grat Western. S:00
A. A O. V Jlahnniug Branch C:4.r 4:10
Lulce bhore, Cleveland and Krie ;. 145 9:10
lA-nueaut t a.rie Accoiuntotlatiati.;.
Pittsburgh A Vhwling . ... 8:30
U'luoibus .MMW . , . . 6::J5
1 uledo . r, , &:40
U troit uot . , .
Atlantic A (ir -at WjRtra..w 4:50 4:10
A. A li. w ., Alah-JtUUiC Branch 1U:A 5:20
LakeCbore, CVvelaDtlA Erie 5:U( LW fc2U
AtiDeaut A &ri AccooiiiiodatitaU..lrilO '
i'iivkuij.A.yvtd-: 9:a-s:ur Si
Tofedo . S:2U 3:45 6:65
Uu.nioiL-y t,, t , ft-!
ii truil '-t. . . , t 5iUU
ffi3 Oitivna wistuog conveyance to althor of the
above Traina or boats, will be called for by Coaches
Strverja' OmuibtiA Liue, by ltwving thir addreaa
at the Omnibus Office. 147 Superior nruetl.iwxt
a our wiUM eaau uoum. . .
GREAT BROAD GAUGE ROUTE.
Atlantic and Great Western Railway.
Paatenzora aoinff Eastward will remember that
this ia the only route running trains that leare
aaiaruaya excepted, at :1U r. n., arriving at Sal
amaoca at 4:44 A. M., and Sew Tork at 9:13 P. M.
asoepiug Lvacuea attached.
Btja. .o cnautrc ur Car.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13.
none and Buggy Stolen E. Cowles.
Gardnw's Mjnstrels Concerts -Hotel
for Sale J. B. Sheriff.
Firt Dollar, Eeward Stray Cow.
Wanted Clrl t work.
Laborers1 Cnion Local Kotics.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
. OF CLEVELAND,
DcsJnafed Depository nd Fiscal
Ageni or tac Tnitea Males.
National 10-40 Tim Pek Cent. Loan.
- . oaanaatarnxxx.
Br iafflnirtionf from lim .- ret arv of the Ti-ms-
nry. datod Murch 2iif 'iA, this Bank will rtjectvarab.
Acription for th Vatiokal l'-40 Five feb ckivt.
Loak, in coupon bonds or registered certificates re
imM aftor ten and Dftvable fortv rears from data
In coin. . .
im loan bears oolt ihtfrest, pavable simi-ut-
rraur en coupon and registered bonds of S500 and
over, and ankoajat on bonds of the denomi nation
of 50 and aW dollars.
In subscribing partirw tnay either pay the accrued
interest from tlisHrst of Rarcta to the day of sub
scription in Coin or in Currency, adding fifty per
cent, premium, or receive bonds bear-ins; Interest
frorri lnv ftf rTOharription. Atfo will allow to
BANKS, BANKERS AND BROKERS.
, - - AND HUB-AGENTS.
the nsnal cnmiiiluiOD of one-eighth of one percent.
apniii-ia - , :
A oumbor of Printer's can find penna-
nnnt emplovmont in the Leader Newt
Room at 40 cents per
Tax Books willl close SatcrdaY,
July 2M, 184. '
ju!Tl2-1o) ; County Treasurer.
See, advertisement on Kirai I'ago fr sto-
ea Ifor9o and Buggy. -
Pf.bsosai.. A. M. Griswold, Esq., the
well-known and witty " Gris," formariy of
the Leadbii, wan in town yesterday, and
attpped at tUS Angler. . ..
JL. rcu, Ilotia. Tiiat cxcclliiiit and widl-
orttored hotel, tue Angier, atiU retains its
ionuiuritye-Wa oVscrvo orer ottu hundred
and twenty arrivala regiatered on its books
lo-day. " : -
JJ3htTl'tAi(-Tne alotra of fir Ust night
at elevn o'clock came from the Ko. 10 En-
giiiK Hottc, Ttt Side. Tho engines on
ihia side turned 'jut, but ieeiug. no" tiro,
thoy returned. , ' ' .:.'.
ilrsTincDOtrr. The veteran Eighth' 0h!6
Kcgimeiit w4s paid off and mustered out of
the some yesterday. The gallant fellow,
were yesterday afternoon departing in ail
direction for their homes.
Paging Match. A grand pacing match
for $500 a side will take place on the Trot-
ing Park of the County Fair Grounds on
the second Tuesday in August, between tha
celebrated pacer "John C. Hecnan" and a
horse from Philadelphia
DiSABUp. The Detroit Tribune of Tues
day morniuj, says that the propeller Wins-
low arrived on Wednesday evening in that
city, bound down. ' She has been disabled
by the breaking of some of her machinery
and was towetTinto Detroit by tne tug Dis
patch., t - ... .
Faoat SatBMAS's Aeht. CoI.C. S. Smith
of. the TOth Ohio Cavalry, arrived in this
city yesterday morning en tick leave, hav-
ngleft the front on Saturday.' On Sunday
Gen. Sherman telegraphed one of his staff
at.Kashriliothat the army was safely across
th Chartahoochi river, and within six
mile of Atlanta. . ..:'.' ,..;' .
Tbi CoiCflKAji ex the Tinas-. Tha lec
ture of William ' A,"' Jackson, th former
coachman of Jeff. Davis, on the J'Signs of
the Times,"""7Was quite well attended last
nighti and 'proved tery interesting.: Jack
son ia a man of considerable force of char
acter, and expressed himself in a shrewd
aud interesting manner. - .-.-r -. ;; ,.
; Thi SuurecsKY. Bsoiana fob Sale. The
troprieOaraol the Sanduaky P.egister an-
ipuite-l that (ihirt papers is for sale, together
With the printing materials eonneeted witb
it. It. is . oue of the ablest, 'most successful
and sprightly paper in Northern Ohio and
w hope' that -tt may fall into good hands.
A Card from Recruiting Officers in reference
i Of alt th evils which result from' the
present system of draft, and of the proea
ration of anUstitutes, tho greatest is the cre
ation of the class of substitute brokers.
These scoundrels, taking advantage of the ig
norance of the substitute and the careless
ness or precipitancy of the principal,manag
tocheat both, driving double handed bar
gains, and thriving on the. misfortunes of
the country. ' Nat unfrequectly d they,
procuripg men for fifty or a hundred dol
lars each, sell them to drafted men for foar
or fire hundred dollars apiece. They are
full of artifice, plot and stratagem. They
do not hesitate to defraud the Government
or the people. There may ba ezeeptions to
this rule, but an honest substitute broker ia
almost aa uncommon as a elean collier or a
We are glad to see that the reeraitiag of
ficers of this city, discountenancing this set
of sharpers, have united 'in a card ta the
people of the city, suggesting greater cau
tion in dealing with this set of men. Ws
publish this card below: : ' '
TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEADER:
The Provost Marsha General of the Army
has authorized the enlistment ia the Begular
Army of substitutes for persans drafted, or
enrolled and liable ta draft. Bounties ran
ging from $200 to $600 have been paid for
Biem.and the price ia steadily rising, through
the agency of a set of "scalpers" aad har
pies who infest the city, and generally man
age to secure the bulk of the bounty.
tk UM.i.nN officers, stationed in
Cleveland tin recruiting duty, respectiully
suggest to all persons obtaining substitutes
through the agency of these " brokers,"
that they accompany the recruit to theren--deevous,
and soe that he and not the "seal-
per" gets the' money. M e think an abun
dance of men may ba had for $400 to 100,
and that $50 is an ample remuneration for
procuring a subsilute. . '!..:
II. Doubla. Capt;, lS:h V. 6' Inft.
Tuo. Dbciiiiond, t'apt., 5tb V. 8. Car.
W. Jj. Kelmoo. Capt., 10th U. S. Inft.
i ..II. E. Ha2Ej: g.'i.ant- KthH-Bi Ift
Card from H. C. Laundon.
ELYRIA, July 9th, 1864.
ELYRIA, July 9th, 1864. Capt. A. A. Safford, Co. K. 150th Regiment
a By the way, I may as well slate, that
before leaving Elyria, I, at the request of
the Major, made out papers calling upon
the State for payment to him of about two
hundred dollars. Borne of this went for
rations a comparatively small portion, I
conclude. Where the remainder went, I
In reply to this ungcntlemanly and ut
terly causeleas fling at my integrity, I will
staten consequence of your neglect to pro-
ride for paying the subsistence bills of
your men quartered at the hotels in Elyria,
Lieut.'- Baldwin and myself guaranteed
their payment, and have, up to this date,
paid from our own funds the sum of $194
for the subsistence of the men, most of
whom were members of your company
Neither of us have aver received a penny
from the State or National Government to
reimburse us for the money thus expended
If this statement will relieve your mind of
the anxiety you manifest to f know where
the remainder went," myobjeet in noticing
the above extract will be accomplished.
H. C. LAUNDON.
XOethirx Ohio Soldiees jx Xash tills
Hospitals. Tho following list of sick and
wounded soldiers from "Northern Ohio regi
ments, transferred from Chattanooga to
Nashville, July 6th and 7th, is from the
Cincinnati Commercial :
Serg't Chat Hammond, D, 41st, dysentery.
iiieut. r. Latnrop, satn, gun-snot wound.
Corp. Milton Cowles, C. 55th, toe amputated,
John Ehanlan, A, 111th, left humerus.
r. Folien, K, 125th, ler.
Corp. A. T. Smith, C, ISth, foot.
J. 8. Xelson, C, 19th, hip.
Corp. S. Dessem, II, 19th, head.
W. Curtis, G, 101st, hand.
W. Cox. E. 101st, shoulder.
J. M. Grant, G, 101st, face.
II. Bates. E. 14th. scurvy.
J. Fruthar, A, 14ih, blindness right eye.
T. vans. 1. 14tn, scurvy.
Serg't A. L. Cramer, B, 65th, arm. -Corp.
J. Winier, ii, 125th, face.
wm. Hartley, u, zvtn, moutn.
T. V. Wood, A, 14th, right arm.
E. H. Staymaker, K, 101st, right arm.
Serg't G. W. Grissinger, K, lllLh, right arm.
M. Stump, F, 101st, hernia.
Com. G.D. Webb, A, 101st, leg.
A W. Fornev. D, 19th, left leg.
Oscar Brewster, F( 7th, mouth.
Sxeobapoleo Our reader will remem
ber the announcement, some three or four
weeks since, that the notorious Amos Coe
was among tho elect of Father Abraham
was, in short, drafted. - Th announcement
greatly pleased all honest peopleexcept bis
fellow conscripts wha justly enough rea
soned that to be drafted was bad, but
to be drafted in company with Amos Coe
was unendurable. These may now rejoice
and.be exceeding glad, for Amos is no long
gar of their company. Amos has vamosed
cut bis stick absquatulated-skedaddled.
"Xot to put too fino a point on it," Amos
Loud as had been Amos threats and blus
ters, in the street and the drinking-saloon,
against the Government and the draft, as
soon a ha was notified of .being conscript
ed, 'he "roared as- gently as a. sucking
iove." His tune wasehanged. Ho went
before tho Board of Enrolment, and put in
a thousand and one pleas for exemption.
AH these failing,, Amos " came the pa
thetic," and begged, with tears standing
in his eyes, for; an extension of the time
for paying commutation. . This piteous
prayer Captain Nash hadn't the hoartto
refuse, and an extension of the time until
Tuesday evening was granted him.
Tuesday morning came, but Amos did
not. The long day waned Amos still ab
sent. At last the Provost Marshal grew
weary of waiting and sent a guard to bring
in the conscript. Arriving at his house on
!Cedar street, they found it deserted. So
had Coe! '. r i,
We learn that a weak ' or two since Amos
sent off his family, and a day or two since
his hors and buggy, to oma place un
known. , He has doubtless are this follow
ed them, and i probably by thi time rest
ing safely tinder tha ssgis of tha British
Lion. - 1 : ' .'::! i '.;
' It Is possible however that Amos may
yet be reclaimed;'" We trust that every
effort for his arrest may be put rbrth, for
great and just dissatisfaction would arise
if any decent man has to be drafted to fill
tho phwa of sa villainous a, . elung-shot
bully and Copperhead as AjnoaCoa.
. Ju" SsTMtmBoM OiiMUK. We
learn fro tho Lorain County News that a
prirava, but -very cordial and pleasant, re
.aptixm U the returned members of Com
pany C, Seventh. Regiment, came off on
Saurday last, in Oberlin.at the residence of
Prof. Peck. -A supper was spread for the
fifteen heroes In the open air, and a taste
fully decorated monument, to the memory
of the thirty-two members of the company
who are' dead; stood near::-.-Appropriate
speeches by Prof: Peck and members of tha
regiment coneNded the entertainment.
See advertisement on First Page for stolen
Horse and Buggy.
Powci Cocet. .Teeterday morning Judge
Hessenmaeller sat in judgment npon the
following caaes ; " - I " .
Assault and Battery James Hamilton,
discharged ; Mrs. Ellen Connas, continued
to Friday j Charles ODonnell and William
Ford, fined eosta James Heating, fined
1 10 and costs ; Charles Van Horn and John
Brown, fined $5 and costs.
Drunk John Qninn, $2 and eosta j Fran
cis Duff and John Ford, $1 and costs.
. Assault Michael King, discharged.
Petit Larceny Aaroa Gesinger,! contin
ued to Friday, i "'
Grand Larceny Thomas Watson, Tho.
Jones, and Charles Young, bound over on
70 each. They were the thieves who
aommitted that bold theft in Col.: Stone's
Brewery, on Monday. . j .
Gambling William Uarris, William Hen
derson and Charles Clark, costs. '
Italias Oraaa. The Academy of Music
was Slled last night by a cultivated and
critical audience, to listen to the rendition,
by Brignoli's excellent company, of Deni
eetti's sprightly, amusing, and brilliant
opera, "Don Pasquale." All seemed de
lighted, if enthusiastic plaudits and encores
can be regarded as an evidence of pleasure,
and certainly the merits of the singers of
the evening were amply sufficient to insure
a marked and decided success. Brignol
was in magnificent voice,and the sweet and
powerful melody which he was so lavish of
ealled forth entbusiastio demonstrations of
delight. Miss Phillips, who made such
favorable impression in her debut on Tue
day evening, renewed and heightened itby
the superb qualities of her voice, and the
eaptivatiag archness of her acting, as Son
na, last evening, fiusini was perfectly at
Lome in the role of the passionate, obstinate
old Don, and Mancusi, as Malatesta, amus
ed the audience as much with his acting as
ho delighted them with his singing. Brig
noli's last appearance in Cleveland was also
his most successful one, and increases tho
r -w.ll to
the silver-voiced tenor.
See advertisement of First Page for stc
lea Horse and Buggy.
Finn Alabu SioxaLB. Chief Engineer
Hill made an olaborate report to the Coun
cil on Tuesday night in reforenoo to Fire
Alarm Signals. He recommended thi
Providence system, which consists of bat-
terios at the. extreme points of the city
connected with wires running along the
house tops, forming a continuous circuit
and communicating with numbered alarm
boxes in the engine houses and street cor
nors. The boxes are of cast iron, and con.
tain a knob, which, on being tapped with
the finger, signals the number of the dis.
trict, over the whole line, and thus annon
es the location of the fire.
. Th number of boxos in Providence
twenty -five. There is no main office and
thore are no operators needed. The box
as are in charge of some responsible por
son livine close bv. The plan has been
four years in uso in Providence. The co9t
for this city need not exceed ?2,500, and
tha vearlr expenso would not be more
See advertisement on First Page of to
ien Horse and Buggy.
Habpeb foe Arorsr. Harper's Magazine
far August is on hand with its usual splen
did variaty of reading matter. Tho load
ing illustrated articlo is a condensation
of Winwood Reade's "Savage Africa." Il
lustrated articles on "Thoodosia Burr," and
"The Hospitals at Fortress Monroe," follow
Thackeray's "Denis Duval" and Miss Mu-
loch's "Unkind Word," are concluded, and
Dickens' "Mutual Friend" continued.
There ia also the usual amount of news,
poetry, fiction and miscollany. .
Aeeival or Coloebd Taoors. Company F
of th 29th Regiment United States Colored
Troops, arrived on the afternoon Toledo
train yesterday, en route for Washington
The Regiment was recruited in the vicin-
v of Quincy, Illinois, and, with the ex
ception of Company F, has been in the set.
vioo since the 16ih of April last. Thi,
company, ninety bix strong, left Quincy on
Monday, arriving in Toledo on Tuesday
They are a stalwart and harty looking set of
men, and will make excellent soldiers. Their
officers are: W. E. Daggett, Captain; B. F.
MeCormick, 1st Lieut.; M. J. Hassler, 2nd
Lieut. Major T. J. Brown also accompan
ies the detachment. They left last night
for Washington, via Pittsburgh.
The Boad of Ekbolmknt. The Board of
Enrolment contemplate visiting the various
parts of the Eighteenth District, this week,
for the purpose of correcting tne enrol
ment. During their absence the work of
examining conscripts will bo suspended.
They will be in Hudson on Wednesday
next, in Akron on the Thursday and Fri
day, and in PaineBville on the Monday and
Tuesdav, following. Let the people turn
out and lend their full aid to the work of
preparing a complete and perfect enrol
' Hoasa Stolks On Tuesday evening last,
about eleven o'clock, a horse and buggy,
belonging to Mr. Edwin Cowles, was stolen
from in front of the Leader Counting Room,
where it was hitched. As soon as it was
known that it was gone, search was institu
ted for it, and it was discovered that the
horse and buggy had been seen on Pitts
burgh street, being driven in the direction
ofNewburghby a couple of well dressed
young men, apparently somewhat intoxi
cated. No further clue to the thioves has
as yet been obtained.
, ukasd GaarE amd Wike Exhibition. F.
R. Elliot, Esq. the well-known horticultu
rist, announces that a grand grape and
wineexhibition will ba held in this city on
the 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th of Septeinbir
next. A very full list of premiums on
grapes, wine and appropriate essays, has
been offered by gentlemen of this city, and
there is no doubt that this exhibition, like
the one of last year, will be a most success
ful one, and will do much toward promo
ting interest and extending knowlodge on
See advertisement on First Page for td
lan Horse and Buggy.
Casualties ix the 101st Omo.--The fol
lowing is a list of casualties in the 101st
Ohio in the skirmish at Neil Dow. Georgia,
Henry Clayper, B, thorax,
" Joseph Myers, I. " "
Alfred Magill, O, finger fractured.
Natioxal Cosvestios or Tra and Corrsa
Smiths. This organization met in tho Good
Templar's Hall yesterday morning at ten
o'clock, and continued its sessions during
le day. It meets again at the same ho g
U-dav. : I v
: Se advertisement on First Page of sto
len Horaa and Buggy. -: , ,
:CBsJU...GAit)Xs'a- Mistii!4. Gard
ners' Minstrels are, we are glad ii see, an
nounced to appear at Brainard'i Hall, on
Friday and Pathrday evenings, Jily 15th
ud 18th. .1 Charlie Gardner is well and
widely known as one of the most excellent
of minstrels, and his company is a splen
did one. . It includes, among its members,
rim. Hayes, the celebrated elog rfancers,
and many other well-known stars.
Accidiwt. Detoctiva M. Gallagher slip
ped and fell as ha was stepping upon a
Kinsman street car, oa Ontario street, yet.
terday afternoon, injuring himself severely.
He was takeahome aad properly cared for.
E. B. HALE, Banker,
111 Superior St.,
U. S. BONDS, GOLD, SILVER, U. S. COUPONS
AND CANADA MONEY.
Bought and Sold at best rates.
And Collections made at all accessible
:. . I
tGP' TJncurreat Fund ceavarted at
Revenue Stamps for Sale.
Laborer, Attkwtiox I Tie Laborers
Benevolent and Protective Union, of Cleve
le-nH. which was org aaiaed the 1th ef th
present month, wtil hold a meeting. on Sat
urday, tne 17tn inst., at 7H f. M., for th
accommodation of all wh wish ta enroll
themselves in the Union, which will ren
der treat serviee to all its members. Iti
membership is composed of every class o
day laborers (negroes excepted) employee!
in the several Freight Depots aud Docks,
r.ievators, enip-rards and fnone worts.
The meeting will be held at J. Bronnast1
Hall, Main St., West Side.
H. MCGEE. Pres't.
WANTHD-Por servica la th 8th Indo
pondent Battery, 0. N. G., Fitt M, to
man two additional guns. No immediate
prospect for duty in tn field. Yet we would
like to prepare for anv emergency, either
Rebel raids or Rebel frionds. A thorough
organization oi tne unio military forces
time is the true policy. Come and join
once, yon who are loyal and true. Artille
ry is preferable to any other branch of th
If the above number of men is added to
the Buttery, it will entitle them to two
Lioutctiauta and lour non-comaaissioned of
ficers. Apply at tha office, aorner of River
and superior streets, So. 1, Uviatt s Ex
Commanding 8th Ind. Battery, O. N. G.
Tun Regular Monthly Heating; '. of tha
soldiers' Aid Society will ba held at tne of
fice of tha Society 95 Bank St.. on Tuesdav,
Fourth WaRd. Thar will ba a meet
ing of the citizens of the Fourth Ward on
Tuesday evening, July 11th, at JH o .look
lor the nurnosa of raising monar to fill our
quota of the next oall for volunteers. The
quota can ba filled, if a aufliaiemt sum
money is raised at onoa. Please tara out.
one and all. By order af the Committee,
JSoticb. J aturtavant s bon will give
away shavings by the wagon load, for
one week, at the earner af Seneoa and
Michigan street. july7:158.
ALCOTT AND HORTON'S
SfOLBif. On th avening of the 4th
inst.. a oair of Gray Mara, abont seven
year old, 15 bands hirn, oa a linl small
than the ether, and spotted, with black
leet; both nave switea tail, and are good
travelers. Also a Square Box Bnggy, old.
and painted black; new Haraess, , silver
plated, round lugs, and yellow line. A
liberal reward will be paid for the recovery
norses ana tniei. 1 uboboe hhith.
Address M-Gailaosss, flheriaTs Poliao.
Cleveland, July th, 1864.
A splendid custom made Sin French
calf boot, for $7.50, at the Great Bankrupt
Sale, 109 Superior atreet, near Water, the
cheapest store in the eity. to buy boot and
JB. JT. GKBBNFIELD,
iZOOIeeXo. ,18 Hsffman'i Bltek,
Q H. LITTLH, Asm, . . . j
- 40 Kerwlts Street,
GEOCBB St PKOVISIOX DBALEB
SALT, FISH, FLOUR, LARD, EEGJ, M1HIS. SHOUL
DERS, BEANS, SOAP, CANDLES, SC.
All th. bast brands Flour, via: City Mills, Sum.
Mills, Willow lank. Stark City, Bandy,lll
Mill. Akron S'loar always an bald at lowest cash
tSfntjs' urnisiltingi &w&$.
TIES, ... TIES,
COLLARS.M0TT HAISHTS, SHIRTS,
COLLARS, 135 BanA-St . .ciHIRTcJ,
COLLARS, Op. VYddll House, SHIRTS,
COLLARS; . SHIRTS,
COLLARS, . , SHIRT!,
COLLARS, . ; SHIRTS,
FIKM3111MJ GOODS, rURSUHINU GOOD,,
KLKMallINO GOODS, rUKNIMUIia (rOODd,
rlMHl.VU GOOD,, rUBKlkUING OOODa,
fl'MMBULNU GOOHS, FCBalbUUia COOUS.
Wholes! and Retail Saalsr la ,
Strip TeLn, Columbian mi Chippewa
OBoaon 0. A P. B. ft. Pier, i Also, OSos and Tard
at kuclid street U. B. Croseiug. . taal ef aa
kxcellent Quality mr
STEAM. OA. GdAThi. BTOlf nS.
Offloeor Uuna. Caa., Also, AMIURAClIsl COAL
Jarg. or small quaatitie. . -Orders
respectfully solicited and promptly attend
to. toal for smithing kept eoajtaoHy on hand.
uTenaa Cash. ; saayLa-Bg
Coal. Plumbing, &c.
1' PRACTICAL . ; .
lumber, Gas & Steam Filter,
272 SUPERIOR-ST., OP POST OfflCE.
JCLIVSLAHD, OHIO, v
! ' '' ' . tuui
Fixtures, Lead and Iron Pipe, Fore, and Lift
Pumps, Unth Tubs, water lloseta, uopper
. - Boll.r., Ulnks, Aa., A.
Orden trtna tb. iJonatry promptly attend.
U. : HEBUlaYL . . ATTOBNET
Agent. Ufflo ltui aprlwr-t., cieTviatid, O.
MORXIXG LEADER OFFICE, 1
' W&dsesdat Kvenisq, July 1;J 164.
The receipts of Wheat by rail this mSruiug ar.
quit. fair.. The following ars the recHpts of all
kinds of Grain:
C. A T. a. X.
T.tal . . . IOOuO 8J0 li -i-j-' -The
sadden and unaccountable decline In-roll Cor
ta past Is hoars has somslstely apsM ta market
era, aad all kiads .f produce hav. declined mate
rinlly'. The markat rales dall, heavy akd unset
nnr lalas 10 XX red at $11 00.
SaWbeat DnII aad l.war. Sales .fto ears on
traak at tl,"ix ears d. at a of. market dosing
Corst Bala loos ha afloat at II J.
Oata Nominal at to. oa track. '
INark Dall at for X.. 1 city mess, and S
Lard S.lM ltas Ik, riiy-readersd i'a tiareea at
Bntaked X eta Ia good dsmand J tales ef
1706 las saxar-aarsd eaarasssd hams at (Urn: zUXI
lbs ylain nnsaaTsssd "if ); 200 fts drink beef at
ISO. - - ' '.' '"; : - '
BnUer Firm and stesfty at J'. r.r West-
rn Reaarva ; Central aad Wastsra I031n.
ChcM l'DrlA.;d fcat firm, t
lTf Iti; 15(316 for naslt-loii BeltMt! and
llishwior Tory dull 'aid oMioaily lower.
H.Id at I 74091,7 withe. Saloi.
Alcohol lUlS at S3 2 far 98 per cer. ; $1 St
IVr IfaQtral proof sphitt.
Petroleum Quirt, but Tery firm, al $1,00 for
Salt Tery Karca ant! In brisk tUniaad- Ttae
93,2a; ooarM $3,30. '
Beaiu Ia modarata reque-tt at t -V fur prim
tedium white. I
Dried Apple Steady 'atlOilfio. Feaebei
earea lira at 20a for anpealed, and Me lr peeled.
Lake Flab Activa aad firm at 10,00 balf
Doi ior TTniceuaa, k,w y hair bbl for Ir4u 7,50
V half bbl for Pikr-1 ; Ilerrinc bM.
. ater Lime Steady at Si 10 frr Akron
aad Oswaf o. .
Plaster. 'To well's laud plaster SlOtper ton
r ux per
"Daat.it and cosumoa calcinod 2t& pr
Malt Steady at 81 00 per bmhrl
PITTSBURGH OIL MARKET.
[Special to the Cleveland Leader.]
PITTSBURGH, July 13.
Crutle sold fruwtly to-day at 43c for bt-ia con
umptioa do eastern huyora in tlto markjet. Be-
fined 45o for frtf up-rirr oil, nJ yt) fnr city bond
ISo arrival!. j
CHICAGO MARKET—July 13.
Spoeial to the CleTiiland Lead nr.
Ploar Doll and hoary. Light haI. i ojraprinz
Wheat 'J laver. Salee 10,00 bush af 32 213
1 ii for No. 1, and 91 IGQ2 17,'a fr Jfa. 2j cloiinjf
at 4tn.U. -
Corn Zc lower. Sales 130,000 bust." aj $l 34rj
a ior jhq. (, aaa ai ouqsi m ior i( rfeeinf at
iatide. ' j
Oaf-34a lower. SalUCOOO bunb at T JTS,1
Whisky-Qaiet. Salee COO bhU at 51 fl 6.
alotlnc at ostsida. ' I ' '
Lard Quiet, ialw of No. 1 at 17. ' j ' . "
fulfil ta Quiet at 7c for wheat to Buffalo!
The montiy market ii aejamlnj a mora quiet ton
fresa the faet that mot af our more respectable
betaken have repudiated all aiociation with ipec-
NEW YORK MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 13.
Cotton Searcely so firm 1 faO for liiidling
u pianos. i
jr luur State and Western beavT : 25(Zt6Ct lo'
er; $11 25 for Extra fctate ; rj m fur ax-
ira ronaa ooop. f
WlftUky Heary and lower at $1 jfr&l 71
ior oiate aaa i tuitAi , i ior rt eittt;rn.
W heat DuU and lower ; $i 50(32 5$ forXe
1 sprinff. - !
torn Doll, DfaTy and lower : 3 GO for bew
mixed V aetern ; $1 A foi aew Southern yiiiow,
OaW Dall and lower at afJc for Weseern. "
Cotfee Irrecular and unsettled. I -"
Huirtar l'iria at lAo for lorte Kico : 21.22 for
STRAW COOPS. I ,
L. BENEDICT & 8 0 N .
Have a large stock of " j '
UDIES', EEHTS' AND CHILDREN'S HATS I CAPS,
aad all th. varlons styles of ITLATd, wbioh they
BULL AT LOWER PRICES
haa Ma k. bought at in th. market, at W"halo.aU
er retail. We have also a large assortment af
wwuiK sne latest styles.
Am llt.- 1DIIT A NOS.
Inly : 201 Superior!.
ln ennui to suit at tbeoldetand
and well-known WAGN EH'S LOAN Oi'FlCE. on
Securities of every kind, via: ioid and SUeer
vatcnee, ifiamotide. Pilver Ware. Jewelrv. Guns.
putoia, iMuiDg, Arr utaotis, i-ianoe. Bitilodeone,
hd all personal property and articlea of value, on
tne most etui-factory tortus. Businees stnetlT Dn
tate. Eetablisheii IjvM. N. B A .variety of nn-redn-med
Watebes, Jewelry. Guns. Ac., fuaaaie at
Offlce corner of Water and SoDerior .streets.
over Davis and Peixotto Clothing Htorv. '
ctia J . u. tk W . WAGSEB.'
XtTIGS A-ND HAIR'WORK. ,
WM.' DIT'S SEW isTABLISEMKM,
TUB LABQEST IX THE STATE,!
FOR WIG MAKING AND LADIES' HAIR DRESSING
U PUBLIC BQl'ABH.
Manufacturer of all kinds of WIGS, including
hat so resembles nature as to defy the closest
scrutiny. A very large and beautiful stock ot
.O.Nti HA in, brought by the proprietor from
Europe, ftlr SWITCH fci and BRAlDi tha finest
asaortmnt ever seen in this city.
Ladles Front Pieces and HalMrigs,
In every stylo, with all improvements.
HTd OF CL'ULri. made from French Katural
Ourled Hair (guaranteed.) . '''
BCGKKH DOUBLE and TRIPLE BOWS,
W ATKtts'ALLS. c.
Made by the advertiser, equal to those imported.
i.aUiue tjraius made into any kind ot iauau-JJress
ar Bow without injury to dwitcb. , .
.VAijjKS' uaik VK&aoixu in tne most prevail-
img and tsiiunaole stylea
mmr All work warranted as represented.
HOT and COLD BATH8 at all hours. - dec39
Tonsorial. Groceries and Provisions.
ROCERIE3. A FULL ASSORT
U m.stef . I.'"-
always be found at , .
HOW E-B A POP''SI:
1 - . .
163. - - - Ontario Street, - 163-
TEAS OF THE FINEST QlTAlsvITX
awlsctsd wrta great car; . j j
SUGABS, of. rery grade, COFFEE,.
6FICE3, KiTKACTS,; j
And every vnriety of goods psrtatning to- their
branch of business sold by Lbein ar prtts that will
bear a favorable comparison with any other reliable
lacnseity. -' ' . msyiq
XTEW SILVER WARE Jcst Es-
oaivadat COWLES", .
Julys 137 WsddaU Hons.
; : D.
cace, r :
Colleets Bounties, Pensions, Hack Pay, Prize Honey
nnouier war i La lids. ,...- .
wsT"Parson8l attention is iriven to the nroaecQtion
ilaiius in the Departments at Washington.
sr All persons having Claims sbuld auplV In
person, or by tetter, at once, and they will receive
prompt attention. x.
octll R2 180 Srperior-st., Clereland. 0.
A TIP-TOP QUALITY OF ARMY
Shirting i rantoei, e-4 wide, only twelve shil
IaaoI per yard.
lAILUfi, UKliVyULtr tU.,
Jul6 1 " iti; Superior-..
0KATGS AD LEilONS, BY THE
box, at HISMAS'3. 6 Euclid-it.
Tonsorial. Groceries and Provisions. Lake Navigation.
EXCURSION TO THE NORTH SHORE OF
LAKE SUPERIOR. : . ,.
fSV. FAVORITE SIDE-
r ILLLNOIS, Joan Eobsetso!!, Master.
leaves Cleveland on Thursday, the 14th Inst., at 8
o'clock P. M, and Detroit on rrt4ny, July 16th, at
2 P. M., for the usual Lake Superior 'porta, return
inr by the North Shor and Isle Royv.1 priTina; pas
aWOKersan opportunity toTiew the bavBti KoDl.
ry Tor wnicn tnat portion ot tue tuatce is &otd.
Fare for the round trip, incluiling aaeaU and
staterooins, about 'i1 cents ppr mile.
Rooms secured and othrin formation obtained by
application to - GAiilti,ToN, HOWE k CO.,
juIJJ-10U So. 1 Biver-st.
Gift Book Store.
GIFT BOOK STORE
PERMANENTLT LOCATED AT
!fo. 140 SUPERIOR-ST XETELA!fD, 0.
'' - 8ESO FOB A CATAI0CU1. :
: ' " . i ' ; -,
All Books Sold at Publishers Prices.
Catalogues Mailed Jree to any address.
Buy yonr Photograph Albums at the Metropolitan
Send for a Descriptive Catalogue.
BUY TOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
' ST5XD FOR A CATA OGCB. -
Boy yonr Prayers at the Metropolitan.
SKND FOB A CATALOGUH. j
Send- th money for any price Album you
may want, and I will send you the best ia the state
ior tne price and a nanusome gilt with eaco.
A GIFT WORTH FROM 53 CENTS TO 100 DOLLARS
-WITH EACH BOOK, i
SF.SD FOR A ' ATA LOG IE.
aVw All communications should be addressed to
ap-a-Ei So. 140 Supt-rlor-st., CleTeland, O.
DR. W: WEKLS,
Member of tne Rovul Cont;e of Physi
cians, London, England, i
Office 111 MuiM-rlor-Mt., 4 lvelanl, O.
W iii be happy to mit-t ;
all thopvewhoare alllic- - . -j J? r V
led with subacute or W rM'j;,'L' A
chronic diawiaes. His iftiii-tW
treatment im ntlrelv' 3jT!t,r - ifr
dinerent from the old fZ '4 3 frj J -;
plan, and is mild, eta- iV.'
caciuUM and effective. j-'c.--1-,-
Caeea of Nervous and. .'. Z-i 7 7 a i?i
General Debility, Neu- f ) f -J"
r it), an runt UKw-ane,
Dynpepsia. Liver Com
Seminal Weakness, Loss of Memory, lS9turnal
kuiieniuns, Vecundary symptoms, Sexual Disea-es,
Spbilitic Eruptiuns, Ulcerated Sre L?f4f, Stric
tures, Diseases of the Bladdor and Kidney
n apectal attention paid to the disease!1 of Wo
meu and Children. ;
ISew and rettattto treatment for I
ALL DISEASES OF THE AND EAR.
sjxlJtients of either sex 1 fat at a distance, by
ituiitiK their diettrtt in wi tin , frivini; all the
symptoms, can obtain medic as) 'ith directions for
iisa. His mwdicines are tlx la ively Vtgreta
Dr. Wells' Llectro-Chemicf Ba is, for the cur of
all Chronic Diseases an Ha .ons Complaints.
Sl Spermatorrhea cau faa jiiwctually cured by
CoitsuttUiK hours from f A. If . to 3 P. M. - P.O.
Box Jsil. No letters will fe luewered unless they
contain a remittance or a ico cant postage stamp.
Gift Book Store. Appointments.
APPOINTa-IJC-TS for the yeak
OF lo4. Dr. CTaUK, of German Reforsaed
Btiiinicnl Physician ami Surjreun, will consult pa-
txe'its Ivr all chronjc diseases of evrry elm racier
i reic or charuk, at the following times and places,
dnrlng the present year: ,
. i 2
. 9 6
CONNEAtT. - .
I rt-uiuut iluuito.
$ S 7 S 1
6 4 9$ T 2 7
7 17 4 St
8 6 10 S I 97 4 9
L Oion lionsa.. .
UADLSO.N,. . ;
5 9 7 11 9 10 ; 6 ID
7 11 9 13 11 8 12 10 7 11
t owleM lliuMt.
N'iKWALK. . .
St.W LONDON. .
13 10 9 13 11 13 13 10 14 Is 9 U
U 11 10 14 13 18 14 11 1 13 10 15
FlulbDri 11 mm.
WtLLiNGloS, . U 12 11 U 1) 17 15 U
14 11 16
16 13 12 16 14 la IS 13 17 U 12 17
liavina had over twenty years' exDerienoe1 in the
treat wut ol Mironic Diaeanesol everycuaracter.es-
Dwcialiy the Throat aud Lunai. will mi oerioct sat-
irjlattion to all who niaf apply tor relief. llaviu( had
a sucoeaslul practice in lite alauve named piat-es for
avvt-raj yean with unuaralleiti snccess. oi witKU su-
telavtury relervnce cau be tfivon at auy ol tin. aLiove
AU uieaiciiuw areecnieu.ana not operacineM.iisiac-
lorny, ine nioufj win oe reiutiiei ior an mucu me-ii-
tcin-e rvturued, Frit ot AlssdACtDwa lor oua taiouth.
in i hi J.'.io lo &I.sU.
aa i he Doctor can be consul ten the last two weeK
f every mouth at hut residence. Su. l-l t'mslurii
rtriM't, Cleveland, O. I'uMt-UUice address U-ai 111.
decltv-iUo-ltaiudaw G. X. CLAlvA, I. V
ATLANTIC and GREAT "WESTERN
Two through kxprees Trains between CleTeland and
Jiew lork. TaKeaelect July 11, loos.
Xew Tork Through Line, i
tear Cleveland at - - 9:50 A and 9:10 r .
Arrlr. Learittsburgh - 11: JO a. li. " lo-.r '
31edville - - - l:4or. M. " U: JW A. a.
Corry . - 3:l " " "
. Salamanca - ... - 5 aO " 4ioO
' K.w York - - - 10 21 A. M. V Mr.M.
Leare New Tork at - - 7:00 .. 'and 8:00 r.
Arrlr. at Clevaland - '. 4.-60 a. m. and Si'jil
3undayl excepted. fSaturdays exoepud.
MAIN LINE. i
Eastward LeaTe Akron (Mail) at - - 6:50 a. m.
Arrive Meal, ill. (Sail) at - l:il r. a.
Arrive Salamanca at - - - 1:M M
Westward Leave twiaiiianca (Mail) at 6:OU A. a.
. . Arrive Aleaavui. - " at iv.n
Arrive Akron " at 3:o6 r. m.
Eastward Loare Ualhon ( Accom) at - - 8:J0 a. h.
Arrive JlaluiutlA " at - lo:ij
Arrive Akron " at - 4..SJ r. .
Westward Leave Akron " at - ltr Si a. a.
Arrive Manjneut "at - : r. a.
Ame. Ualiion " at - 6:tA "
' T RAX KLIN BRANCH.
Leara Momifvlile at
Arrive' Franklin at
Leave Franklin at 1
. , . 8:01) A. K. and 2:46 r.
. - llrlo ' ' 6:UU "
. - 7:3 " " bM) "
. -iCi. " ", 7:4e "
Arrive Atuadviile at
., MAHONING DIVISION.
Leave Cleveland at -Arrive
- 6:45 a. M.and 4:10 r.
-5 " " 7:Jr "
- :15 " . " 1: "
- 10:24 "' " :S
H. V. 8WEKTSEB. "
Leav. i ouniestown at
Arrive Cleveland St '
Gen'l 6un't, Ateaviile. Pa.
T. H.-GOODMA1T, 1 .
Ueaaml Xicket Agent, Cleveland, 0.
Juir9-B2 ;,, . . ., .. . ., . .... . ;
C. Cs BRUCE & PRESTON,
Government Liconaed ,
Army & Xarj War Claim Agents,
- ;- Ho. I Li mam's Blots,
asar t its I'wirt BnllM.
Jo. 44- Ninth Stekkt,
Opp. Pension VtPi.
PUBLISH THE ARM! HERALD,
' ' . AUD COLLECT "
PENSIONS, BOUXTY, BACK PAY,
Prize- MoDey, Discharged and Reiiirn!d Offiflera
Fay, and all other W ar Claims.
Wa pay particular attention to claims in which
other Attorneys hav AlLLli, or which haro been
w4.Soluien discbargfl for W'ocaDa RcciiTBD W
Battlk can obtain the il'1 Bounty due them 1M
MkUlAlLLV, by applying to us in person or by
"olie of our firm twins; at ALL TTTES In Waah
Ington, D. C, the advantages wa oSec to oar slienta
can but be manifeat to ail.
Fees tow. No charge uutfl we bar accomplished
what Wt ondert-jL. HMf &lU
Gift Book Store. Appointments. Shirts, &c.
pOR THE SPEINQ TRADE
FEESII ASRITAI Of 2TEW 600BS,
which win b .nened at owe. and evTttd to tho
trade at prices defying competition, namely :
S!!k, 'Wool and Cotton
UJfDEKSHIETS A0 DRAWEES.
American and Ftncb l'aacy Flannel for Over
lOw DOZEX IIOCtlEKT,
Cotton, Linen and Lisle Thread.
73 PIECES USES,
f ev.r, quality, tor
BOSOMS AND SHIRTS.
SO) Doara Pockot Handkerchiefs,
last India Silk and Linen, Hemstitched, Ac.
s.,000 OBOSS PBAKL BCTTOyg,
Wholml and retail.
SHIRTS AD COLLARS,
5HCKTIE9 AST) HASDKEBCUIEF3,
0L0T1S in kid and all other material.
Fine Dress Shirts Made to Order.
dentlemon'a Faratlalitna; Oooda
Too numerous to mention, always on hand, best
style and quality.
N. B. The moat EXPEB1EXCED MECHAyiCi
alone employed in this establishment.
I. A. KEPPXER, Arent,
Jfo. 41 PARK BUILDING,
Situated between th. Court Hons, and Ston
Church, Public -Square.
junelS CT.rVELAVI, OHIO.
li B1M1 COMPANY.
DO T0C WAST
STEAM E.GLES OR BOILERS,
Patent Fire Evaporators,
PATENT SUGAR CANE MlLXsr
PATENT STUN COIL EVAPORATORS,
PATENT STAMP MILLS
PIKE'S PFAK OB LAKE SCPEBIOB,
SEND POR CIRCULAR Si
With euts and Descriptions, Price., Ac.
Saw Mills, Flourlnsl .Mills,
AND MACUlNEKlf Of ALL Kt-KIPTIOS
SM-bKSD FlB CIltCULAKS.-Ko;
CmCAOtl, IlLISOIS. a-
P. W. GATES, President
N. B. Agent wauted everywhere. mayItA
Messrs. JI.VE & CURTIS,
have enlarged their works, and added new ma
chinery. V can c.nnpit-te all orders on short no
tice, and build eutuoa from one hundred horsa
power to the smallest sise. WeaUo manufacture this
EXCELSIOR CIRCULAR SAW MILL
This mill cut from 1G.0UO to 20,uU0 lVet of inch
boards in Y'l hours, with lour men to superintend it.
e also build our improved Mulay mill, which wis.
cut from 4,uuu to 7,uuu feet in twelve hours. do
dattwr uursalvas that we can and do build
THE BEST KILLS lit THE STATE.
V e also manufacture the
JUNE and CURTIS SUGAR MILI
This mill will express tX or 7U0 Kaiioos of juice iv
12 hours with one tiorwe, or 1,'wu with two bora. It
anuot be broken. It weighs 1 .mJU Or, and is mads
ol tue nest maSentol. we manuiactur
ALL KINDS OP CAST PLOWS.
adapted to the soil of Northern Ohio. VV's malw ft
good two-horsk plow roR se.w,
which no other -hop can doat the preaent hiuh rats)
of materials. W o can funiMh all kinds of
CIKLTLAK. M CLAY AND DRAG SAW3
at mauufacturers' prices. We have on hand
TWO SMALL KNGINKd AND BOILKKS
for sale, which we will soli cheap. -
w e will pay the highest prices ia cash lot all kindsj
of old iron, cupper and brats.
Uive us a cull, and we will satisfy yon of. a
truth of tha above sUUement.
Tremont, April 1. Itfi4. aprlS-ir
w. 9. CiT. Monxmon rT.
IRON ANL NAILS WAKJiHOL'iiii;
L No, il. aa. ba and 67 Kiver Stpwt.
. 17, F C1REY & CO.,
Wholesale agancy for the sale, at Manufacturer?
of the celebrated lScltueuterer s Junlattst
.'iails, Juniata Mieet Iron, Juniata Boiler Plate, Ju
niata. Hauttuerud Horse ahuoai, eic.yetc.
Bar iron, Grindstoura. ata.
OF THE SECOND NATIONAL BAXK,
af Cleve Land, O., July 4, l&Ol :
Loans and Discounts
Due from Bauasand Bankers.,
Dim from Banks in Nsw lork, Boston,
Specie aud otiier lawful money of tha
bills of solvent Banks .
li. b Bonds deposited with Tr.
U. Si to secura circulation, $.'4O,C0O
U, S. Bonds oVpoeited with Tr.
LI. S. tor otner purposes... GU.tMM)
C.S, Bonds, svveu-tlurty notes 2U
Circnlation ,-, -,,r ,., r
l'roOt and loas... ... -.
Uu to bank and Ban leers .... .
Uue Dep-jiiors on demand, fJl0,OGJ 70
Lue to Ireaaurvr V. . .u,.ol u
Due to Individuals and corporations
otutir tiian iaulcs.
State of Ohio, ) On this 4th day ol Jn
County of Cuyahoga, s: j ly, Ul-4, pentonally cam
be to re the utiiit' rallied. Notary Public kSt said coors
tv. Joseuh Ferkin,. President, and 11. B. llulburt.
Caablotr f the e-oud Natioual Bank of Cleveland,
who. being duly sworn, upou their oaiaa that
the foreoiOH. is a true aud avu urate utt-uieut of
Lhe atlairs and erudition of said Bank, ou the mor
ning of the 4th day of July,
jftrn rLnrki.'.i, r irsiurut.
U. B. UL'ULBL 1, Cashier.
8ubseribd and sworn to th- day and year abort
written. J-U. U.
July 11 Notary Fuhllc.
NOTICE 'Ihi, i.'lKJdos &.UJLLiX)?
k Co. was dissolved by mutual consent on the.
day of June, H4. Persona boving dauaa
against said firm may present tha same to N. .
UAVla orA.li.iiLNll.it, to whom persons La-
dctbted to said firm should make paymeut of their
IS. B. DAVU.
COPPER MINE NOTICE 'XUL
Annual Meeting of the Stock holders of the
OrCVpiBW 3tOaBaaviU n lut UB) ivvwawaiw, aua
etion of orbcer for the ensuing year, and tha
avitAaavciLon of other bnsinees. will be held at theof-
seot Uussey A UcUride, Nos. 211 and Utf kiver-bt.,
Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday, July 1-ttl, at 10
o'clock, a. si. By order of th iHroLtors.
D. m . Dinnruui',
June8:lM Secretary and Trv-aaurer.
CO-TLUEAttUEM tOAlEUT I
' WESTEHt RESEfiVE COLLEGE, -
irrDSOX, OHIO, - JnlyHth, 161.
GRASD MUSICAL ENTERTAIXMENP
' " will b. giv.n by the celebrated
LICHT CUARD BAND !
and OBCHESTBA, of Detroit, assisted by
Tbe Best Amateur Vocalists.
Admission Ju cent. Poors open at s.30. toncart
at 7.u P.M.
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
btoksol subscription to the capital stork f
Latrreac. ltailroad and Transportation Com
pany will be op-m-i at the General Uttlc of th
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rnilroad Company, ia
city of Cleveland and State of Ohio, on satar
day, th. I6lh day or Jnly, lm-4, at one ccjw-j -
JVHN M. CKAVIKORK,
WILLIAM PA TTtBsoX,
JAMtS K. S1IAW,
iuHH W. BLASCHARD.
CUveland, June 14.h. I. HmelMBw
PLATED PICKLE STANDS, CAiT,
TOR 4 Cak. Bet. .
17 WaddeU Boos.