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FoFTaLE," "TO "REST," "LOT"
-WAT8." "FOUND," "BOAMUSO," "(iUAB
. ISbV' and othar short aetioesiio. aax-eedius; roLB
ltsa,inserted twice in this column for '26 cent,
. 4 lire tlaaens Sat MaAu4im SO ofnw
f c ail oser rota 1.1 la aod not exceeding U0E1
ubbb, Aooble ebora rates. .
t J Ca.ters, Afseous and Bricklayer: also a t-w
MiDwnaiHl Luiuun, n-l tin amount c-f la-
' U'n-ra. li-t .-.i-fl an. I dunuuil work. Apotetol..
1KW COl'ifcitc-LJL, Nt. z Superior at.t upstairs.
WET NURSE WANTED APPLY
at Dr. MAYNARDti office, or at Ho. 6; i'rus
pect street. 1 ' j37-li
JvTOTICE. I LET TO A MANVHO
ll tare btc name a Lieut. Ooree Crawford, a
Jlorae, Butntv aud HaraeM, at K o'elook Sunday A.
!., Juir iHlli. lrt-l, tu drive around town, end to be in
lu tus ereutu. Auy out! ri-turiuutf eil pioearty
euall b- r--war.ied. Horse im.wii, aWot L hand.
. hirb, hiud fi-w whit.-, fetrii) iu tacv, 12 or U wan ol.l,
carries h.au lit'li ; low top BurK . "P iwtrhl.
,tut.-d ro; lb. body l, l.-ju ''7 V-t "
two iron outre. ' KKD. klMM.ULll
,, JjJb-lel No. 7C liaiUKlsiu trl, Ueyelxud, 0.
T AXTED-A SITUATION" as CLERK
I in a Dry Is r fancy Store, l.y 1 youturladj
i.l.u I.. ry n-lrreuces.
LXJR SALE A GOOD, STAUNCH,
A weil-fculrt Sail stoat, raA;et ra. long; uew sails,
and all coiuplet.-. ill ! "old cu. ap. Apply to A
W wlLSuVat ft. T-Lyons. jyai-ir.2
PIANO A GOOD, SiX'OND-HAND
Checkering Piano f.r sale cheap, at So. S Euclid
etreet. , jyJ-u
117 ANTED I WILL GIVE PIVE
1 V Hundred lollara li'Jn to an ell-e who will
volunteer to serve three roars as a aubalttute for
Bar. noney paid vn inustvnni; in.
ly2-lC3 Cascade Mills, Akron, 0.
TET fcURSE WANTED Inquire
ofDra. Backwitk. .- - - jya-lul
"WTANTED At ilercbnnt Foundry,
-- IV Maadaiw atra,ta ia alaaa arr Mouldera
at liberal wages.
)y2i-lttl ' ; ; K. 0. 8TAKI.KY.
WANTED Ten Cood Cigar Wrapper
Strippera. Apply at. C. DaWITT, 3d story
Sexton's Block, Cor. superior and Merwin streets.
I7ANTED TO RENT By. a respoo
V talde Lady aud Gtitlenian, a house or part of
a houee, of three or four room; t ent side prlerr-
d, within halt mile of the circle. Address U. K
L., Lcalixa ollice. . , i : ;Jyl-m
NTED Au tJpeUunoed Peed Buy
Apply at tire Lumen eountitig noom.
TNFOKilATIOX WANTED pb' R.J
AlVii, formrrly of Ulrmixl. 1 rutubnll cunnty, O.
Addrvtifl J. !., at llu omce. . Jf
OTRAYED FKOM THE SUBSCRI-
IOaSER. on t!i lltli nrt.. m Cli--atnat MAKE
bad wart at tU- but of Iter tail, ou tl.a right sidu.
u large aa a bi hickory nut; alw a twar oe tlie Irft
kip, mai3 by a kick from a bortw; saoall switch
tall. Abt one returtiina her to the ubtcriber. or
frivinf; information wheiv be may be foand, will b
witabiy rewarnwi uy jhakiaa awAbLi,
Jyl:ltiO hnpertor Extension, opp. Uutison at.
f ANTED At Ko. 45 PuMic Square,
f V experiencod Cook and ChaBi barmaid, who cau
farniib ood reciiauaatiuiiK jl;iiji
pOll SALE Tho old Stono CotUge
X No. ii rrottpect trrt. i oo tt. frnt by
4uep.' uuir ou tlie prrmnnt. jy21-l.l
OXKATED A Dark Ited Cow with
Ophite belly; two tmaH b ls in hr born and a
Kf Xivd around one of tu';m. A reward of tire
dollars will be (tifun to any one returiiinx the above
described Uow. f A l HILrl 31hAtlA,
jyaililUU No. m5 Lajte strtjet.
T A 2f T E D A tirbt-ciiwa Plumber:
f V wajfej! $3 SO per day. Apply to or addretts
J. HcUAU i, Zll Superior lrwlt tJlevfiaud, V.
XTANTED A Gentlemnn wished Day
T V Board in a qnict family, where tats can also
obtain board for bis little da u filter six years of
age. Addreu C. I. L., Ltmltrr UUue. j) i;100
UfANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR
f T the Quarts rmaster's IVpartiueut at Nahrille,
Teiiuebte, Juo Laborers, waus S-IA per month and
rations: 300 TeamtUors, waKt-s $iv per month and
rations. To men capaUlu of taking charge of a
Tram as WaguniiiMUu:. tlit.ili deport with 'ib
jdvu, 9-A) per tuoQtu wul begiveu. AiiiUnti with
fifteen men, SHj per month, one nd pply bal
able-bodifd men, willing to eita?e for six months.
transportation furnished. Apply to
1. dMt.LCV.uOl, A pen j of A. Q. M.,
Jyl9-B2 - CoianieKial House, Cleveland, 0.
SITUATIONS WANTED UY THREE
K) respectable Girls as Nurse or Koosa Girls. Sit
uation in private families preferred. Direct to J.
C, Leader Office. Jyl9,lt0
ARE CHANCE FOR AGENTS.
li Splendid Hteol Enrrarlncfs of AeRAit&H LlN
oobv, OevzaAi. Ubakt and tieoaac b. Mc-'LEtxan
old only ty agent. Address B. S. tJUKEN,
Room 4, American balldins:, orer Loader otlloe,
CleTeland. " Jy lu, 1M)
VlTANTED TO PURCHASE A House
IT worth about 6 V"J to tl:Vi. Apply to
LYMAN A JUDY'S.
July 18. 100. la fuijiic Square.
ilTANTED, A SITUATION BT A
f f YonugMan of commerciklw peri.'ace as Sales
man in a Airy won or txrocery ntore. tieakai botn
iiermaji and nrtlsb. Oood city refer. ace gives.
Address L. B., 15 Wator street, Clewbiud.
July lb. loo
QtflSITCTE "WANTED. $800 will
lO be paid to an alien who will volunteer to serve
three years as a substitute. Money paid immedi
ately on muttering in. Apply at the Ludei Oihce.
July 16-1 W
STRAYED OR STOLEN TUESDAY
Kight, July 12tb, an 1&0S GUAf liUKE,
with higa hips ; and back was cut by saddle ; right
hind LetT was raw from the effect of a liniment that
was put on. Any person returning hiiu, or tdvinfr,
any information couoeruiii him, wiU be liberally
r warded. 'XUpalAd HUB AN,
juJyUVlOQ ' ' -tA Hamilton IH.
rX) CAPITALISTS A CHXD IN
X VE9TMKNT. The nndersirned oflers for sale
tho elegant new Hotel in Oil City, known as the
SUihKl'' HOUSK. This House eujoyu a Ure and
paying baunees, aud there tt a standing otfer to
r-rjt the preiuiset. on a 1hs ot thr years at th
rat of 13 per eent. r annnm on the investment.
For particulars address
JOHN B. SI1KRBIFF,
. jmlf 13-100 : - i : oil Oity, Pa.
5"T-EWARD I STKAVED, FROM
Vi Ko. Li, Sibley St., on the 7th of June,
aUeiinm-sized HtU COW, eiht or nine years old,
short -hornefi, little dark in the faM aud below the
knees. Mo white own save en the flank and about
the bag ; scar yt Inches loug on the hip ; teats
short and close together; skin brownish yellow.
The above reward will be paid fur b-r duiivery, or
Information where she may be found. At So. 13,
Mbley Street, Cleveland. jnly U-Hat
ACTIVEAGlNTS: WANTED. T'6
canvass each town and conuty in Ohio for a
now book, just published, culled " IVa-ficnrns of
the War; or Lyrics, Incidents aud Sketches of the
Kbel.ios." It is having a rapid sale. 'Ayeutu will
do well to secure territory early. Enclose stamp
W Circular to B. 8. GRbKK,
Koorn 4 American BuUdiof t derelaud, 0.
FLAtili AND KAlNtiERS.
Orders promptly filled. Address
' -r : 0. V.'CBOf ELL CO.,
Jan28-161 197 Superlor-at., CleTeland, Ck. -
' BUSINEESS NOTICES.---.
C. C. BRUCE & PRESTON,
Army & Navy War Claim Agents,
41e viand. Ohio, -
&o. 1 LiMaN's Block -....:
' . '- Hear tie ton House.
Ornors. WBHhineton. Is. :.
-.- " , 443 filNTK St&EBT,
' . Op. Pension Office,
PUBLISH THE ABXI HERALD,
AND COLLECT !
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY,
fdw Money, DlscharRedani'Treelirned Officers'
fay, aud all other War Claims.
Td pay particular attention to claims in which
Other Attorneys have FA1LEC, or which Aave been
bUsPEA'DED. : . .
ajajboidiers dischaixed for Wocnps Recxivkd im
Batti.x can obtain the 100 Bounty due them IM
MEDIATELY, by applying to as in person or by
One of onr firm being at ALL TIMES In Wash
lngton, D. C, the advantages we offer to onr clients
can but be manifest to ail.
Fees low. ho charge nntii we have accomplished
what we andertaks.
Collects Bounties, Pensions, Back ray, Prise Money
and otti- War Claims. - .
ssAT-Personal attention la (riven to the prosecution
of Claims in the Departments at WMhirtgtrm.
IHs- All persons hariog Claims should apply in
pesaon,' or by letter, at once, and they will receive
. W. OA4SE,
OCU2-R28 18 Srperiorrt.. Cleveland, 0.
STBAYED PBOil TH COiTNiiR
of Spruce and ScorUMe streets, on Saturday the
loth Inst., a pair of horses, one a bright eorrel
Uorse, the other a chestnut Mare. Both hfave a
white star in the forehead, and the mare has white
hind feet, and bad a halter on when she left, and is
barefoot. Auy one returninc them or giving infor
mation where they can be found will be liberally
rewarded. J. CHAPMAN.
July is, 1C0.
T70B SALE CHEAP A KUMBEB
JJ of light one-horse Family Carriages. Also a
number of Ughl single ones. Call for a few dsys at
City Sotoi, lulylt-iev
JVES1 CLEVELAND BBSwEBYJ
CAIAtVTi Ui. LLA. O, O., ,
Constantly cm hud Ibr City and Export Csa.
XX, XXX, Pale, Amber and Cream Ale,
Porter ana Brown Stout.
Particular ettentloa b eaJlad to my stock of
. PRESENT VBt AND CREAM ALES,
sound mod reliable article f watch can always be
found on band dariat the warmest weather in lum.
star. Orders addressed to F. It. STOKE, Aa-'t.
will receive prompt attention. . ang&-kai
rEAD SHOT FOB BED ' BUGS
lr For sals by
CHTJBCHILIi 4 BIOTHEK, .
126 Untedo St.
KNSlfiN & 1IANSC0M,
: CHOICE FAMILY
PIBLIC S QUI BE.
A. F. at. r. H.
.It i . A Oreat Western :M) V:10
A. i . Mahonlna Branch. 6:a6 4:10 '
Lat-oi. -re, OlerelauJ and Kne. . 3:0) 9:10
Conneant & Kne Accommodation.. 3:ot
P ttaburcu St U kweiinz :! 1:'5
toiiunbus i &:36 x.-AI 7:00
Toledo 6 4U 2:15 7K
rwii. tm , f t
Atlantic k Great Weaaerp. 4:50 4:10
A. A O. W.. Mahonina- Branch 6:20
Lake shore. Olereland A Erie S:0O 1:60 :)
Counoant A Erie Acoommodation...l0:10
Pittsburgh A Wheeling - , 1:45
Columbus :H0 2:511 etdd
f olwlo.... 9-.20 3:A
Detroit boat..u SKxl
Citizens wishing conTpyance to either of the
above Trains or Boats, will be called for by Coaches
of Stevens' Omnibns Line, by leaving their addreea
at the Omniboa othce, 147 superior street, next
door to the V eddeU Uonse.
GREAT BROAD GAUGE BOCTE,
Atlantic and Great Western Railway,
fasten irers going Bastward will remember that
this m the only route running trains that leavo
Clev.-;n.ud ok Sunday. ight Kxpress leaves oauy,
Saturdays 4,ac-pteO, at r. m.t arriving u
amanca at 4:44 A. M.. aud Kew Trk fr MB P. M.
m3eing Coaches attached.
sjjl. A Cbautse of Cars.
, tUls tSOAY MURKIXG. JI7I.T27.
Chas. Ilaason Subdtitute Wauted.
Itoht. Uaona t Co; Vor Lake Sapeitor.
Brainard's Hall Chase's Mlmtr.U.
Fred. Kimbcrley Notice.
Mary Keeso Situation Wanted. J
Bobt. Hanna A Co. Pleasure Excursion.
A. W. Wilson Sail Boat for Sale.
For Sale Chickering Piano.
SECOXD XATKWAL MX It
Designak'd Deposftorr and FIsral
A:cnt of tbe Lnitcd States.
National 10-40 Fivb Per Cent. Loav
By instruction from the Secretary of the Treas
ury, dated filu rch 2i, '64, this Bank will receive en b-
sciiptioiis lor the Aatioval 10-40 Five per cent.
Loan, in coupon bonds or regintered certificates re
deemed nftei ten and payable forty years ttoa. date
This tintu boars oold ihteheut, payable semi-an
Mr ai.lt on coupon and registered tniuds of $6u and
over, and annually on bonds of tbe denomination
of 50 and liv dollars.
In subscribing parties may either pay the accrued
Interest from the first of March to the day of sub
scription In Coin or in Currency, adding fifty per
cent, preutinm, or receive bonds bearing interest
irom nay oi siiwtcnpt.on. Also will allow to
BANKS, HANKERS AND BROKERS,
the ninal commission of one-eighth of one per cent.
County Union Convention.
The Union Conrention, for nominating
candidate to be supported at the Fall
eleetion, will be held at National Hall,
in the city of Cleveland, on Saturday tbe
13th day of August next, at 14 o'clock a. V.
The convention will be composed of six
delegates from each township and ward
The citizens of the several townships and
wards, who are in favor of the maintenance
of the government and the vigorous proc
eculion of the war for the suppression of
the rebellion, are recommended to meet at
t'jeir respeotive places of holding elections,
on Thursday the 11th day of Anguat(at half
pait seven o'clock r. and appoint six
delegates each to represent them in said
convention, and ihat the polls be held
open at such primary meeting one hour
By order tif the committee.
N. B. SHERWIN.
Ths Miners Steike. The owners of tbe
coal mines in the vicinity of Massillon and
the striking miners have settled their dif
ferences about wages. The operators are to
have one-fifth of the price that coal sells
for in Cleveland, which would allow the
miner $1,50 per ton. Bo states the Massil
Retckskd. The Board of Enrolment con
eluded their labors in Painesvillo yes
terday and will resume their usual dutiesat
their office iu this city to-dav. Caoiain
aan rcturneil vesterday. He informs us
that the Board examined 126 applicants for
exemption in. Paiaesvill,audel2in Akron,
granting exemptions -to about forty
cent, of tlve applicants. t -
. Le roa Nashville. C. E. Wilson, Esq.,
iha agent fas taa Eighteenth Congressional
District to promote recruiting in rebel
States, left on Monday evening for Colum
bus, lie returnvd vestcrdav eveninir to
confer with the City Military Committee
and receive further instructions. He iwill
leave to-day for Nashville.
City RicBciTiae Ofhce. The City Re
cruiting Office, on the Square, will be ready
for occupation Thursday morning. Two
members of tho Recruiting Committee will
be on hand at the office each day, and Mr.
Asnsel Roberts, the Treasurer of the City
Military Committee, will be at the ollice
between four and five each afternoon. - -
Blackbeiiiis. Our thanks are due to Mr.
Sells for a basket of the finest Lawton
Blackberries which it has ever been our
fortune to taste Mr.' Sells is now supply
ing the citywith them, fresh from tie
patch, on Kinsman street, nearthe Buckeye
House. - They are a splendid variety, lar
ger in sire and more delicious in quality
than any other, and are furnished by Mr.
Sells in the most excellent condition. Try
ABRE9TSD fob FoEOEBT. Mary McCol-
leugh,a well known petit thief, was arrested
yesterday evening on. charge of forgery, and
lodged in the City Prison. . It seems there
is another Mary McCollough in town, who
had some money deposited in the Bank of
G. F. Lewis'. "Marv tooklad vantara of this
fact to draw a check on the bank for f25,
which was honored. The fraud l)eillg dil"
covered,' Mary was arregteil' '
THE NEW UNION DEPOT.
Its Progress to ward Completion.
The Acens "under the hill " on' the Lake
Shore, at the foot of Bank Street, is fioy-a-days
a very brisk and busy one, and con
trasts very decidedly with that wbtcn
greeted the tye of a visitor to Cleveland,
six months ago, from the window of a
Pittsburgh or Bufialo car.. The congrega
tion of rude huts which then covered the
hill-side, iu huddled, irregular and confus
ed array, more like the prairie-dog villages
of Iowa than human habitations, have now
been swept' away, and their inhabitants
are doubtless gone to populate similarjten-
nels elsewhere. The railroad track, for
half a mile, has been protected- by huge
piles of rocks, dumped into the lake, and
the tracks, which formerly ran along a
platform built on spiles, now rest on solid
t(made ground." on which the depot -is to
stand. A largejiunuberof men, with horses
and carts, rxe engaged in making further
excavations in : the 'hill, "clearing away
ground for the depot and at the same time
extending the area of the "made ground
A large number of stone masons are also at
work in cutting aud laying stone.
The business of laying the wall of the
depot isnow well under way, excellent
ground having, been made for it, and three
hundred feat of the north wall having been
laid to a height of twelve jeet above grade,
The total length of the building is to besix
hundred' and three feet.' The contract for
cutting aud laying the stone is in, the hands
of John Worthington, Esq. John Prew.is
foreman of tbe job and has practical super
vision of it. Cnder his management the
work is progessing rapidly and satisfactori
ly. It is not, however, expected that the
work will be finished this season, as delay
has been experienced, owing to the diffi
culty in laying a proper foundation for the
building, it being necessary to shift more
dirt than was anticipated, owing to the
sandy nature of the soil.
The material js brown sand-stoue, which
la left, riiiigh on the outer side. Tue lounda
tion stone is furnishedby parties in Berea,
the stone for the bunding itself by Mr-
Clough, of Amherst.
THE CHRISTIAN COMMISSION.
Letter from W. E. Roadman Eso
PHILADELPHIA, July 20th 1864.
L. F. Mellbs, Esq Peib Bkotitib:-
Nothing could have been more timely than
the donation of $1000 from the "Cleveland
Army Committee." The work of the 0. 8
Christian Commission has been vastly ex
tended since the present active campaign
was entered upon. '
We have now the most remarkable estab
lishment for the relief and .benefit of the
soldiers in the Army of the Potomac that
was ever connected with anyi army since
the world began. Our delegates, of whom
the full corps is not less than a hundred
during siege, and twice or thrice thatnum
ber after battle, are onr main dependence
for the work. With these, for their guid
ance and supply, we have a small but per
manent paid agency. .
In every army corps we have, a bia-
tion-"ith: -its ' store- Wild -'subsistence
ten's, four horse wagon and team, agent,
and corps of delegatiun.. At the base, City
Point, besides our business Aok, given by
the government for . olbee and store, we
have, a dining tent,' and Post Office and
publication tent, and a- receiving barge at
the landing, all properly manned and kept
in full work.
At tbe General Field Hospital, which is
acity ol leftta in jUeli -forty acrerot nos
niiiils in tents! we nave tue most impiov
tug, complete, and useful establishment oi
all. Filieen tents, most of them the large
ChaDels which were the churches ot the
army in the winter quartets on the Rappa
hannock, are now the diet kitchen, store,
uost office, reading room, subsistence room
c, tbe quarters and supply depot lor
fifty-eight delegates, at work night and
day, amongst 800(1 patient in sfe hospitals.
To all ol this may be added a steam tire
ensine with 2200 ieet of hose, which iur-
nishes an abundance of pure water lor the
whole hospital, and for sprinkling all the
ground every day. This was found so use
iul and indispensable that the government
has taken charge ol it.
Now if there is anv one thing besides
the country and the government which
the soldier fights for, their chiefs leading
them n to victory, and oi which they are
proud aau gratetui, uuu iun oi praise, ik
the Christian C'ummisson. "God bless the
Christian Commission. What the people
rive to vou the soldiers cet ; 1 don I know
what we could have done wichout you," is
the substance oi what was said to me at
every turn of my r.centtour, and by every
body, from the highest ia command to the
nrivatRs and drummer bovs of the army.
We need $10,000 to distribute t e
trenches, to the worn, watenmg, working,
fiehtine men. to save them from sinking
and cheer them for duty. One veteran
saved is worth two croeu men enlisted,
but how much more are their souls worm i
Heln us all vou can I Thank the people
over and over for what they have done.
- -God bless you. -
W. E. BOARDMAN.
i.; i . ,:..... Oteietury.
Chase's Mi.nstbels. This i unrivalled
band of Corkonians, from Bryant's and
Wood's Minstrels in New York City, will
make their first appearance in this city to
morrow evening not this evening, as, un
der a misapprehension, we stated yesterday
morning. The troupe is composed of the
lessaassBpiembers of both the famous troupes
mentioned above,1 who are spending the
summer vacation in a Western .tour. We
know of no better names inth profession
than those of Reed, Fox, Hilton, Ac'. The
troupe are now meeting with immense suc
cess in Buffalo, and will doubtless be equal
ly successful here.
Recruiting Cohjcittee. The following
named gentleman, appointed by the City
Military Committee as a Recrniling Com
mittee to take charge of the recruiting of
fice on the square, arc requested to meet at
the new office on Thursday morning at ten
o'clock to make arrangements by which
two of their number will be present at the
oce each dav : 1
H. B. Pavne, Joseph Perkins,
Wm. B. Castle, Wm. H., Boardman,
Capt. Kinnev, Pr. Ferguson,
T.N. Bond,! .B. P. Bower,
John Huntington, . John Martin,
Michel crapser, .uwara Kusseu.
CoLLiaiox. A collision took place on
Wednesday evening in the St. Clair River,
opposite Port Huron, between the bark D.
M. Foster, downward bound and gram load
ed, and tbe schooner Oneida Chief, bound
up in ballast. The Foster attempted to
come in stays, but, owing to the lightness
of the breeze, failed in so doing, when she
paid off, colliding as above noted.: The
damage to the former vessel it estimated at
$700, while that of the latter is stated to be
about $200. 1 The Foster has partially com
pleted her repairs, and passed down yester
Phi Beta Kappa. The Phi Beta Kappa
Society of Dartmouth College has appoint
ed Salmon P. Chsse its Orator, and TTil
liam A. C. Converse its Poet, forth nU
TUESDAY EVENING, July 26th.
The Coaiieil nut at .the usual hour, the
President, Thos. Jones, Jr., occupying the
Present, all the members.
From the hose-men of the various Fire
Steamers of the city, asking for an increase
of salary. Fire and Water.
Irom J. E. Williams and otners, property
owners on Ontario Street, protesting against
Grading and sewering tne same at present.
Board of City Improvements.
From officers of the Police force request
an increase of Police.-
! From the Board of Education, announc-
ng that at its last meeting it passed the
following resolution :
Resolved. That the city council be requested-to
appropriate funds sufficient to fence
the grounds and build out-houses on the
fenn street scnool-yard.anu to Dutid anew
coal house at Middle St. Clair school house.
From the Board of City Improvements
announcing that Luke Brannan's bids for
the eradina: ot tintario and bpruce streets.
were the lowest, and asking permission to
contract with him at 25 cts. per cubic foot
lor unta.no, and Z7 lor spruce street, x ueu.
From tbe Board of City Improvements
with bids for building fountain Alley sewer.
From the Superintendent of Schools.
Of the Board of City Improvements, ad
verse to the claim of Thomas Hurry for
oO0 damages from tue grading ot Colnm
bus street. Filed. :
Of the Board of City Improvements, in
favor of the petition of D. H. Beardslev
aud others, against constructing a Branch
Sewer on Ilnron street, and recommending
that the work be postponed for one year.
Of Dog Killer for June and Julv, 1-S64..
Of the Committee on Health and Cltar-
liness. in favor of the petitions of Chas. L.
Khodos and others, against the establish
ment ot a coal oil rehnerv on IMiane street.
Accepted and ordinance ordered to be en
' Of Committee on Harbors and Wharves
in favor of allowing T. D. Masters $2.00
per day lor tending Willow street Bridge,
Of the Committee on Schools, with pro
proposals for erecting a si liool house in
rOUrlll " aru. special .ollilii;ieo culsibi
ing of Messrs. Roberts, Bond and Blair.
By Mr. Dangler, That the proposal of
Jacou- AUSt lor aoiug tne mason worn ot tne
.school house to be erected in the Fourth
Ward ol this city for the. snm of 8i:!,9ii6
be accepted and that of Horace rnli-r lor
the doing of the carpenters and all other
work save the masonry, lor $18,8511 be also
accepted, and that the school committee
and city attorney be authorized to con
tract with said individuals for doing said
work in accordance with their proposals.
The work to be done with plans and siieci
neurons, and under the superintendence ol
the Architects. C. Porter, within 12 months
irom the date of each contract, and pay
ments be made to each monthly to the
amount of 80 per cent on the value ol the
work done and inspected. Referred back
to the committee on scnoois, in connection
with h snccial committee of three.
Bv Mr. Huntineton, That the Board ol
City Improvements be authorized to con
tract with Ii. Brcunan lor grading Ontario
and Spruce streets in accordance with his
UIUS, a U OJ el i iu vile jitn - o. .... -ni
bv this council. Adopted.
"By Mr-Truscoit. That the City Military
Committee instruct tne recruiting agt-ms oi
the 18th Congressional district not to put
out anv money furnished to him by the
city ol Cleveland, unless it oe as ooniuy
to recruits for tJic citv at large or the ueevs-
sarv expenses in procu ring said recruits.
By Mr. Randersuii.That the Fire Enginee
notuy tne nre aeparttuent m si"i w.iier
inir the nark bv steamers, and that tht
park be watered as belore. Parks aud
l none grounu . -
Bv Mr. Keating-. T-hct the Street Com
missiouer, together with the City Civil
Engineer, be instructed to repair Johnson
street as thoy may see nt lor tne oest inter
ests of the city. Board of City Improve
mpnts. - By Mr. Huntington, That the Board of
City improvements coutract wuu couiu
worth and Wiiliuuis for building Fountain
Alley Sewer in accordance with their pro
posal, subject to tne acceptance vi mo sc
er bv the Council. Adopted.
By Mr. Dangler, That the Board of City
Improvements are autnorireu to uuuu
a fence around the grouuds of the Penu
street schoolhouse and erect an outnouse
there and also to build a coal house on
Middle St. Clair Street schools. Schools.
Bv M Russell, That the Street Commis
sioner be" instructed to notify tba West Sole
Street Railroad to remove the dirt and rub
bish at the north corner of the Cuyahoga
Steam Furnace. Auopieu.
u Lie Bond. That the Street Colnmis
siouer be' requested to notify the owuers of
timber now lying in rrouv
river, to remove the same without delay.
rfAre'iTontintrton. That the Street Com
missioner be authorized to place a wooden
railiug around the triangular piece ol land
at thejunction of Pittsburgh and Orange
Streets. Adopted. - -
By Mr. Upton, inai mc viocmu.
Lieht and Coke Company are hereby au
thorized to lay a matu gas pipe ou Lake
Street between Erie aud Murison btreeta,
eight feet north of the center line ot Lake
Bv Mr. Townseuu, mi " "-""""
on Fire and Water be autnorizeu to nave
constructed for the use of the tire depart
ment of this city a teicgrapuic ure uianu
.:;ie i tw now in use in Providence,
Rhode Island, and recommcuaeu oy tue
Fire Engineer. Tabled one week.
Bv Mr tauser. That William Bedford,
pound keeper ou the West Side, be paid the
same at the rest of day and night police,
viz: two dollars per day. Adopted.
By Mr. Rogers, That the Eoard of City
Imrrovements be instructed to have the
alley running from Michigan street to
Ohaniplain street, oy me aiuc oi x-ugnic
House No. 2, graded at the expense ol the
toy air. upton, mat iuc enjiwiu vm
i.ifrht ami tike companv are uerco au
thorized to lay a niaiugas pi peon Hanover
street, north of Detroit street, eight feet
westerly of the center line ot saiu nanuver
. Mr. Huntinction. That the report ot
Ihc Board of City Improvements", submitted
to this Council June 2Sth, in relation to
tho rlmine- of Park Street between Cedar
and Garden streets, for a pleasure ground,
be adopted, and the closing ot said street
l.o in flfnrnniice witn tne uciiiiuu
of H. V. Willson and others, provided said
Park and Grounds be opened to tne puuuc
with the right to take pleasure carriages
in the same, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Ki.ur.lav8. when the proprietors enter in
to a contract to vacate said street at the
ipiration of the time agreed upon.
l!v Mr. Truscott. That Mr. JonesHbeiidiled
to the City Military Committee, and that
said Ward De aumorizeu to senu a cuiiuiui.
teeofoneto act in concert with the City
Military Committee. Adopted.
The Boot of Gesebal McPhersox. The
following dispatch was yesterday reveived
Mavor Senter :
CLYDE, July 26.
Mavob of Cleveund:
The remains of Major General McPherson
will probably arrive here to-morrow. Will
advise you at what time the funeral will
R. A. FOSTER.
Since writing the above we have received
the following telegram :
CLYDE. July 26.
Cleveland Leidfb :
The remains of Maior General McPhcr-
Bon will arrive here on Wednesday at
4: 20 p. h. The funeral will take place on
R. A. FOSTER.
Sec' y of Committee.
Fell Ovexboaed. On Monday afternoon
an Irishman, who was somewhat intoxicat
ed, fell off the dock into the river near the
Light House street bridge. In falling, his
head struck the dock, stunning him, and
rendering him incapable of helping him
self. He would bave inevitably have been
drowned had not a sailor jumped overboard
B1 rescued, him.
Card from Captain Safford,
Fori Stettsb, July J3d, 1864. 1
Washwotok, D. C, . J
Editob Cleveland Leader: I noticed in
a copy of tbe Leader a short time ago, a
"card" from H. C. Laundon of Elyri in re
ply to an article of my own, published in
your paper on the 8th inst. It will be re
membered that in his Mcard addressed to
me, Mr. Laundon states that in conse
quence of my neglect in making out the
necessary pajiers, he and Lieutenant Bald
win were compelled to pay, out of their
own pockets, the sum of one hundred and
ninety four dollars ($14,0I) far expenses
incurred by my command while in Elyria.
In reply to this I wish to sav that 1 did
make out the necessary papers on Monday
morning, before leaving Elyria. The Major
furnished me two blanks which I filled out.
I remember this distinctly, inasmuch as my
Lieutenant II. L. Turner, in my absence
signed the returns whose signature, on my
return, the Major desired me to erase, and
substitute my own, which I did. The Ma
jor mutt it aware of this fact.
Farther it is simply absurd for Major
Laundon to endeavor to maintain that he
and the Lieutenant paid ont the) sum of
i-,uu ou my company a account, ihts
absurdity I am prepared to show from his
own Adjutant's (M. M. Lincoln.; report.
which report I obtained from him last
evening. The Adjutant has the report
nished the Major if he desires. - I "
According to this report, the sum total
expended for my company while in Elyria
was seventy-three dollars and fiflv cents
C$73, 50). This, it will be seen, is but little
over one third the amount claimed by the
major to have been expended by himself
in this matter, in fact the expense could
not have been the amount he claims.
Such are the facts in the case.' Of the
former part of my present statement, I
have positive proof that the blanks fur
nished me were filled ouU Of tbe latter
part, I refer the Major to his ok adjutant's
report, irom wnom i received tneaata here
I am obedient
Capt. Co. K. 150th O, N. G,
A Disaffected Cbew. The Detroit Tri
bune says that the Schooner Starlight,
Capt. Meany, arrived at that port on Frday
forenoon, short her crew before tho mast,
numbering six meu. As this is a matter
which deserves airing in order that other
masters of vessels may not be betrayed by
the scoundrels in qestion, we purpose giv
ing the following reasons why this vessel
has been detained there since her arrival;
now some three days, in quest of another
crew. The Captain at Bufialo shipped Har:
vey Fox, James Winch, James Weftr, J;.
Lawsou, Robet Fletcher and Hugh Poran,
who signed shipping articles fora voyage to
Saginaw, the vessel to call at the Islands
and take on stone for the latter port. While
tit the Islands aud near the close of the
day's labor they refused doing further duty,
givingas a reason that they had labored the
given - number of hours for a day's service
usually expected of men onshore aud were
not bound to respect their duty on ship
board. With this state of affairs the Capt.
had no other alternative (there being no
law officers at hand) only to dismiss them
from the vessel. To this they gladly as
sented, leaving the vessel at the mercy of
the elements on a lee shore. Under the
above circumstances, according to maritime
law, they of course forfeited their pay.
They however, were not to be baffled in this
way. They took passage on a small stea
mer for Sandusky and shortly returned
with an officer who assumed to be clothed
with sufficient authority to demand their
pay, or take from the vessel enough of her
outfit to satisfy the claim, 'ihe captain
however, not wishing to hazard any further
risk of his vessel on an iron-bound coast,
yielded to the officers' demands, after which
came on to this port with his two mates ano
cook, alone, to work the vessel. Our own
acqnaintauce with Captam Meany is a sum
cicnt guaranty that the above statement is
correct, and we give it that-others may ue
on their guard aud avoid giving the above
. .. .t j i. .
named sailors sea room on men uciseu
Casualties im Battebt "I," 1st Ohio
Abtillebv. The following is a correct list
of casuaiiticsm Battery "I," 1st Ohio Light
Artillery : . - -
May l'.th, Serct. Levoret Beed.
Jnue 2-2, Private Alfred Bishop.
June 29, 1st Sergeant Henry Wood.
Hay 10. Private l. Kanthrop, left arm flesh.
June 17. Private J. Knipper.left hand, slight.
" !, erseaut J. BrUKTKemneyer, foct.ulilEht.
private 31. B. iloilou, hand, serious.
s. Merrill, right arm shot . B".
.. J. Waddell, right arm slight.
.. .. .. w. L. Soals, left leg sligh..
Wm. Lichtenheld, right thiijh seri
ous. IS, Private Engene Bean, right band and lei
t o- uu-u-t T.nhror lpft arm severe.
" Vi, Lieutenant Chas. Kotzehue, right arm and
28, Private P. L. Hunt, left arm and side ae
seve. 20, Private J. Whitney, head slight.
27, Private J. Luscombe, face slight.
July 4, orporal H. P. Bradford, left kaee slight.
A Private H. Kchracr. lesr slight.
Whitney did not leve the Battery. He has near
Pic Nic Excubsios. The Bethel Excur
sion to Black River, on the Morning Star
will take place, Providence permitting, on
Thursday morning next, (2Stb). ;
Though there may not be a crowd, we
know of several families who have decided
to go, not only for a pleasant sail on our
beautiful lake in a splendid boat, with the
best band in the city, but to promote the
object, which is to enable the Bethel
Church to defray contingent expenses, and
to pay a small balance due on the salary of
Kev. wm. Kay, While acting as cnapiaia
durinir the Dast vesr. ' 1
Tickets fifty cents each. To be had at
the bookstores, at Messrs. Morgan A Root's,
and on the boat. i
Departure, 9:45 A. M. Arrival, 6:00 P. M
jy26 101 - I
Tn tbla rltv or the 21st Inst., at the residence of
the bride's mother, by Hev. T. A. staraey, mr.
N. THOMPiSOJi and Mls LIZZIE J. CAMP. So
cards. , . .
E. B. HALE, Banker,
111 Superior St.,
U. S. Bonds, Gold, Silvtck, IT. S. Coo
pons axd Canada Monit,J
Bought and Sold at best rates. .' -: :
And Collections madejat all accessible
JrSf TJncuiTcnt Funds otrerted at
Revenue Stamps Tor Sale.
Encrlish Fancv Biscuits. Banhurv Cat pa
Ice cream kc, fresh daily at 8. W. O r.
retts, late -UouiU Hogan fc Co. july 7: a
Don't foreet the Bethel excursion
on Thursday morning at 9-45. See Adver
tisement. " ,
Wanted a stronir. actiro eirl, to do
Second work: Must be obliging and un
derstand her business. References requir
ed. Apply at 127 Lake St. july 7:161.
Ea1PLOTHENT.-$75 a month.
AirentsirsntedtotcU Scwtbi M.vchlnes. W
will give a commission on all macEinss told, or co
ploy agents who will work for the abQTe wages and
all expenses paid. Address P. B. BEBflLNGTON
CO., lHtroit, Mich. JwUt9-160
MORNING LEADEH OFFICE,
... T cud ax Etuuxo, Jnly 26, lb64.
Titers vras ao Inquiry for Grain or Fkrar this
.worning, b bolder were a shade firmer under the
ini1uDce of a better fcehng in Kew York at the
clcse yesterday, but no sales vfere effected. ' At the
Board this afremowr the tuarke 4br whpat ruled
very dull. The bigtu-et ofer we heard 4or red was
S2 U, tut seHea were at inclined to part with
their stocks at that price, and no sales took place.
There Is no inquiry whateTer for Flour, and only a
Tory limited demand from the retail trade. When
the price of thie staple commenced to advance some
two months ago. alrnoit every family that could
command a few spare dollars laid In from two to
live extra bamtle.and the retail trade mut remain
dull until the stuck on hand is coiuunted.
Corn is dull and lower, a sale of 5.0U0 bus free on
board being reported on 'Change to-day at $1 32.
Tbe Provision market la dull with tAe exception
of Smoked Meats, which continue in fair request
particularly Dried Beef, Butter and Cheese are in
good demand and the market is very Arm. AU that
arrires of either article meet with ready sale at
fnl! rates, and no large stocks accumulate, as the
shipping demand ia brisk, i-trgs sell at a range of
ICQ lfc, according to condition. .
Petrolrrnm js held firm at quotations, but the de
mand is lieht and but few transactions are taking
place beyond supplying" the home trade.
There is nothing doing in Highwines and the
quotations are purely nominal.
Freights Tbe following are the quotations for
to-day : Lake axn Ka.il Flour to Albany and
$1 or, to Xew York 1 10, to Bosron 1 20. Wool
to New fork l b0, to Botuu 1 80. An Rail To
Kew York, Flour 91 10; Wool $1 85. To Boston,
Flour SI 20; Wool 2 uo. , .
Flour Dull with only limited local and interi
or demand. Held at Htl0 00 for XX red; 810 50
&ll 25 for XX white.
Wheat Market very dull; no sales. Buyers
offering $i 11 for red free on board, bat seller not
willing to accept,
(era es 6,-o bos free on board at $1 32,
Oftis Dull, nominal and unchanged at 83c ou
Pork Heavy nieea quoted at -10 iV; liflit do
at $38 00.' Demand light.
jLard City rendered steady and in moderate
requbst at 20c
Jlaaiue- Good drniand; nucha Lvd. Sales 1500
lbs eanvaeed su ear-cured at 22c; nncau tossed held
ft boulder Willi.. ut change at 15c ivr city
Dried Beef Goad request for the interior and
home retail tra'le. :iles 1100 flb at 16c for cau -
Tit How In rftlr deiaanJ. Snl 6,M IT eoun-
trytndered at It'-:. . . . .
Bntler :Very firm rttid in brisk demand at 33
34c for Western Reserve; 30;ilc for Central and
Western. Sales 1.000 lbs Western R-. rve in tuba
'beee Firm at 15yjjl"c for lare low: ITlPc
for small lots selected.
Egg Dull and selling at ISiIOc for fresh.
HisxhwiueM Suitl) idles for home consuaip
tioii at fl 75.
Alcohol Held at i M for 8 per cent
fl ,8831 ,84 for Neutral Proof Spirits.
jPetroIenm Dull; refined hId at a range of
&595c, according to quality.
fcialt Continues scarce; fine $3 GO, coarse $A 65
Drlea Aile alt-a 10 bbls at Kjc.
Dried FrnlfSf Apples in moderate reqneat at
10(lc; Peaches wanted at dOc fur unpeeled, and
32c for oeeled.
stake 1'lfwti In good demand and unchanged
WhiU Fish, per half bbl, $10 "; Trout 9 00; Pick
erel 7 50, Herring 6 25.
Water Iinte5teady at i uu 10 for Akron
Fire Clay Steady at 2 6u V barrel.
fttoiie Ware Open ware 11c per gllun, and
Jugs 12c per gallon.
Fire Br lek iugood demand, and selling at
35 00 $ 1000-
Plaster. "Powell's" laud plaster S10 per ton
"Dentist" $8 00, aud common calcinej $2 75 per
Malt SUady at 2 00 per bushel.
Hops Ohio faeldat HX2c: New York State at
Ale and Porter Market steady. We quote
as follows: Present Ce XX Ale $t ; fitock XXX
fll(g$12; Kennett $14; Pale Cream $11; Purttr
CHICAGO MARKET-July 26.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
CHICAGO, July 26.
rioar Full. Sales btlj at $0 259 50 for
Wheat li-c better. Sales of ll.CCO bush at
f i 1 for No 1 spring, and tZ &g'i 05 for No 2;
etoetn wmk at stt .
e'4-ria aiJlc lower. Sales of 100,060 bush at
$1 aotl 30 for Nol, aud $1 for No.
closing at 81 28.
salv lc bigbor. Sales tW bo.li at 81
Whisky lc lower. Sales 350 bbU at $1 OJ
85; closing weak.
Wool Dull at l5c($l 00.
tiraiss Freirhs- 5concorn; Go on wheat
The Muuey market is somewhat easier. But lit
tie demand for money comee from spevnlators, cou
sequent ly it is more plenty to regular mercautile
CHICAGO, July 26. NEW YORK MARKET-July 26.
NEW YORK, July 26.
Cotton Mere active, without decided change.
"fcahM at Si UKul Hi lulJdiiBri SJDluude.
Flour Slate auJ Wvcleru witbuat dcciJt-d
cbangti; moderate demand, bales at $10 20tt,LU'lo
extra titmte: $10 jWulu for cciuuiuD to coou ship
ping brand extra, itoanii iloop uhiu; S10 cO(t$l uo
tor trade Brands, included iu sales rfW,fw bbls
extra Mate, to arrive soun, at $iu l,iau bbls Uj,
all Angu.t,, buoer s uptiou, at $11 50, and ioo bbls
do fr the laat ball of Auutl, at . t uu,
Whisky Opened Arm aud closed a little more
steady, bales at si ui ii iur neatcrn.
W Heal Dull. Hales at 8 2i,(.,2 4? for Chi-
cago Spring; $ '-p. 4b for Milwuakie Club; 2 5
(3i 65 for winter red Western.
41'orift OptHied Orm and closed quiet, fcalt-s $1 60
fa i bl fornewmixrd Western: eloaine at $1 til.
OatH Scarce and lirtu. halesat $1 0l 02,
ror lern. .
4'ollee Dull; prices entirely nominal.
Kuirar Dull, SOAic fair to good Cuba,
Petroleum Steady; 50(551 c for Crude: fc-
SJC KeDoeJ Hi bono; itennea iree quotea at &i(j,M,
' Wool Dnll and rrices gtmerally uncliantred.
Pork 50c higher for new mess; otliwr kinds
doll aod nominal, brlea at $i." 00 for Menu; iu 5U
(q,ii 00 for new Mean; $37 00 for prime; d-'7 tK) for
prime mess. Also iou duis new mess lor Augutm
buyer's option, at $12 7.43 u.
Reef Dull aud nomiual.
4'nt Meatw Qniet and firm; lSfJlM-c for
Shonlders; 1 Hffif 1 8 Vi for hamf.
laJird Higtier with fair demand. Sales at 19
?c. Also iooo uui ax wjic deliverable; Auuxt
21c fr first week in August; 22c for all Aanit,
Butter Scarce and firm. Sales t 35. lie for
Uhlo; aM((,4oc staiei ; s
- Cbeeiee Very firm at 1725. . i ;
NEW YORK, July 26. N. Y. MONEY MARKET-July 26.
Monew Fasier at rent.
NterlJnjr Fxchanjre Dnllat$2 782 SI for
Sjiold A "hade flrmer; opening at $2 58, advan
cing to t'2 853-, decliuiog to 2 57;i, advanc
ing to 2 6'J?4. aud closing quiet at $2 57 J 1
jeveraisesi kiocks sinner, i . . os 8t
coupons l04Ji(isl"5li; 5-20S coupons 10Sl'a.r&!u7isi;
7-3 Treanury Notes October and April, D-
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
' port. .
aTams Sugar-cured premium hams g, ?i ' c
Canvassed bams 1R !b....... c
Dried Beef Canvassed tt c
Shoulders Sagar-cnred tt .lijo
Cauvaosed $ ft ,-, 1?
Baeon Or Smoked Sides V c
.Lard Prime leaf kettle-rndr'd in bbls lb. .19 c
Prime leaf kettle-rndr'd in ken to.AnKc
Pork No. 1 mess bbl..MM..M4hHMH.f.w..t7 uo
axtra clear V bbl
9" No extra charge made for pack aires or cart
age to railroad 'depots or boats. All articles are
warranted, strictly prime, and equal to anything in
the tetate. Orders promptly l.lltir--Our eu.ra.r-
cured Uams and kettle-rendered Lard took the fintt
premitrra at tbe late Ohio tttnte Fair.
ROSE & PRENTISS.
ft. HAJfA. t. HAlfXA. t. ft. 1AUU, M. 1. HAJTMA.
ROBERT HANNA & CO. Succes
sors to Hanna. Oarretson St Co.. Wholesale
Grocers, Forwarding and Commission Merchants
and Dealers tu Produce, Pa It, Fish, Ac, Central
Xxchange, Nos 109 and 171 River street and Dock.
Cleveland, Ohio. -
sVjTAgents for tbe Cleveland, Detroit and Lake
Superior Line of Steamers. jan28
Tiorai A pocket book: con-
JJ taiatng a small amoans of mowj, which the
bt can hare oy paying for tnis adveimisetnent.
TAYIiOR. GRISWOLD CO.,
New York Hinstrels
, WILL APPEAR AT
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
JULY 28th, 29th An 30th. tj
GREAT COHBIXATIOX OF TALENT.
Bryant's & Wood s Minstrels
The Greet Trioef Eccentrics in their Cnrivallwl
Oddities CHAKLhV VOX DAVXRkkD, l.WAL-
'ibe Celebrrted Quartette from Bryant's Win
ttrel'i TUMPLKTON, GlilKli, HILTON, SA-
The Beat Organised Band of Instrutaentaliata in
the Luited Mati', from Bryant Min-itrels aOU
UUIIK.' HllltRx r.lDlHi:!'! .1 Viitil ..n.
er withProf. HObl'KLDaad J. J. OL1SN, fruiu the
The citizens of Cleveland should nut hwe this
favorable opportunity adorded them by tbe man
agement, in witnessing these Ureat Delineators of
Fur further particulars see bills of the day.
Aonissioif 2o cents. Keeerved Seats 50 cents.
H. A. CHAbJi, Jr Manager.
Jas. 9. Fraorsow, Agent. Jvtw-161
CfTKAW HAT BLEACHING, DTE-
IOisq, Altering and Prebsino. Having Just re
turned from the East, I am prepared, by the aid of
ex perienced hands, to do any work la this line, as
well as in foit and bevr hats, In the bent possible
mauner anu most lasuionaoie style.
Trench bteam Dye Uouite, -niarl4
K2 and loa aneca street.
T3LUE, WHITE, BLACK AND BED
A-Jlvory Jewelry entirely new designs just re
Oeivea at lUn islb ,
J15 137 Wendell Uuase.
VORT BUTTONS NEW LOT JUST
received at UOWLES'.
CARATOUA WATEKd COXGEESS
lO-syriDic ana aiupire vtater recelfea ireh ireui
oaratoifa, and lor sale or
iyi OllKCHlLL A BROTHER, Pmgirists.
P ISO'S CURE FOR COUSUJVIPTION
A very celebrated Siedidne. Call and tet a
circular. lrice one dullar per bottle, s'ur aale bj
. t-tiL KtJiiXl.i. A Hsmutit, uruggiata.
rUR'ETT 3 COCOAIXE FOR THE
L11A IB 'or sale br
CUtUCHILL A BROTHER,
Jy25 Mi Ontario street.
PHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN"
A appointed Administrator of the Estate of John
Tarry, late of Strongaville, Cnyalioga county, Oh o.
OecetMed. MUUtilb . GALLIF.
fatruliKMTille, July 23d, lo4. jj -lbJ
TJCTECTIO INSTITUTE, HIRAM
XJPORTAOI. COr NT Y, OHIO. The Fall Term
of the aciectic institute for lbtA, befrm on Tuee
dy, the Uth of Aagoet, and continues thirteen
weeks. At the request ot the Trustees. 31r. liAK
11KLD will take general superinteudence of the
Institution, and in the rail Term, at least, will de-
uver a series of laectnres.
The Trustees bave secured the services of C. W
ETuywood, A. M., an acwmpliiilied and successful
Teacher, who will act as Associate Prircipel.
Jliaa Booth will retain the superinteudence of
the Ladies Departmuut. A full corps of additional
Tearhers will be eecared, and speuutl lutftruction
besides for those who desire to nt tbemsvlves for
Ample facilities will be afforded for instruction
in rainttng, ocal and instrumental Aiiistc aud
Common English Branches. Der term of thir
teen Weeks 5.00
Uiirher iintrlish. inclndins: Natural Science
and Algebra 6.00
Uieber Mathematics, Ancient and Modern
The Term of tburteea Weeks at proportionate rates.
Instrumental Music, Painting and Drawing, extro.
No allowance is made for less than half a Term
(nix weeks) except in case of sickness. Mudeuts
am required to make settlements with the Punter
witnin two weeks irom tbe beginning of the term
Board can be obtained in good families at $2,25
and $2,50 per week. Student can avail themselves
of the club system of boarding, by which the ex
penstts may be reduced one-tnlrd. This plan of
boarding uas been tested during the past year, and
found euuneuiiy aelisleciory.
President of the Board of Trustees
Hiram, Jnly lelb,, l.
MAG ABA FALLS, '
Is the largest West of tlte t'iiy of New York, and
the only modern-built Hotel at the Falls. High
ceilings; spacious Kooms, each lighted wtthnai.
Dancing and Billiard Kooms, Cvid and Hot Water
baths. Large Balcony in front; extensive fiazxa,
with beautilul and baadsotuely shaded grounds, in
tne rear, and nearer tne t niia man any oiner.
Telegraph Othce in the House.
Miller's Brass Band, or Buffalo,
Encaged for tbe season.
JAMES T. FULTON,
QILK GARMENTS. A FEW JLHJZ
tOdiik Mautillas, which will be sold at cost,
j y2 TAV LOR, UKiaWOLO A CO.
riLEVELND FEMALE SEMINARY
VV S. N. 3ANFORD, A. M., PaiscirvL,
AiMsisted by a Corps or Twelve nitHT-t'n Teach
k.ka. lu reepct U lix atiou, grounds, butMliuA, lui
nilure uppaitttus, cabtut, aud Im.i.iiicjs ur Ua-'lrui:
tioli. We believe this lUsitituiion has hitheito ollt n-tl
advantages unsuruaseed by auy Seuwie -uiinao in
lite v est. Km il u ripied to make iu Hi-iauiiu
uit-nffe even better than they have heivtolwre been.
lujuortaut iniurovi-uieuU are iu pruKre-, aoiotiH
which we wouiJ esiMrCuillr nieutiou tliu mtrotiiiction
ol Ooid s btcmiu ileatiug ApptaXulue, with radial. r
ru me puuuc ana pn.auf foouis. a b-w tx u(
roui, five new reeitatioao-raoms, teventl a-w uiub.c
rwiiUK. a lartfe, bnu, lectuie-rooUi, uil applied.
with PhiloHopliical, CkHii.i-J aud ABiiouv'iual ap
paratus, with euitabfo pvaAvisiou Uc tlw arrutiaie
uieut and use of Ui se.u.c : a chapel aud au Hdiiiua
blf tymuajtiuui are alno Wing pi-ovniedv No pamK
uor expense will be spared to muke tbe advantage s
iu all liie dnpartmenu ol uistnKtiuu all tlut cau Iw
deired. Tbe Uuxt term will Ivijio on Tliursdit,
sept. isi. ror luxtneruuormauon uraim.tK'n, !
dreSal the Principal, or
L. BL TTLEd, Financial Manasur,
Jy23-166 Ck.eUifl, ihio.
JDWARD E. F1SKE & CO4
Agents for the Purchase and Sale of
REAL ESTATE, OIL LEASES
AXD IXSrBANCE AUEXWH, Etc.
Will attend promptly to all transfers of Property
and the making of Leases and Contracts. W ill act
as Agents lor Oil and other Companies-.
Orxics Second Block West of Bridge,
Oil. CITY, Pa.
Kite arrets Hon. J. N. Granger, Washington;
I. . ifockel, sq Philadelphia; C. A. Conant,
N'asau street, N. Y.; Reynolds it McCance, Oil
City; Willey A Cary, Cleveland, O.; H. S. Stevens,
uo.; fanners ramter, ao. rss:tfi
H A T.MVRI.I. and TiAl.Ii7Ia rWwsI.ta
thanks lor the very hUrral patrouatfa they iiav re
ceived tbe past twelve fears, aud hope for a coiitiuu
nuce. We aleo beg to inform tho; wboar in need
ot ARTIFICIAL 1KA.IU and otuer woik iu our
profcsjaioO, that our prices wiQ bo governed ly tbti
vuiue 01 wliu 011 auu aner ute nrsi oajr oi Septem
ber next, as we have to uav Sold, or iu etiuivaient In
uuentltf We are comueiled to advant-e our irrit-Y' A
Full Jvt, I pper or Lower, front Tea Dollars and
upwards, until tne speined time.
AlCA. J. UALLIV. l.Li, 91. II.,
j. k. Daniels.
Dental Rooms, cor. Ontario st. and Pub. S.nan.
July at . Jjr -Kl
Ee I. BALDWIN & CO.
Have for the past season Riven their acacia I atten
tin to this Department, and havinic secured the
service of a competent Hosiery Han, we feel con ri
de 01 tnat we can oner greater inducements than
any bouse in the city. Our block at present com
prise nearly every style of Hose made or worn by
LsAisiivs, fti3oas; bniLirnr..1!,
WAftii.aUria.x AND BOYS.
We have also just opened a complete line of
Usdles Testa and Pants,
Tn Merino and Summer Merino;
Gents Wrappers and Drawers,
n Silk, Merino, Summer Merino and Cause.
Also, a full line of sixes for Misses and Boys.
jyU JC. X. BALDWIN A CO.
IT UM P H R E TS HOMOEOPATHIC
11 MEDICINES. A full supply of these Rem
edies, just received, fresh from the Itootor, and foi
sale by CHURCHILL A BROTHER,
july 15 & ontarte btrrt.
T10R SALE. One good Socnd-Hand
X TOP Bluui. inquire at lot Kirexatreet,
IT H. MERIAM, ATTORNET
Ls, Couneellor. Notary, and General Collection
Agent. Othce lbs Superior -t., Cleveland, O.
aeA. OoUections made romptly and oa reanona
ble trma. 8 I en 2-B 7
EW SILVER - WARE Jtjst Bt
uly I 1ST Vodd.ll Hnae
AfiANNED'PEACHES A NICE AR
J ticle, at July GEO. D. BKCK'3.
FOR SALE AT FRED. KIMBER
LET'9. Three cood Familr Dorses. Ko. 76
Chanvplaia Street. JnLj ri-lOi
TAB. D. H. SCOTT, Office,
and Proaawcl atreets, otsi Palmer's Prag
e. a. scET,
rjHATCHER, GAKDSERj.JSTJliT St
. tXWItAfi AA1A eiMtiaajAK
umce ana narebouse 77 and 79 Mrwla atreet,
. 0L4tTELANl, OJJlOi
Proprietors of thw KEW CNION RAILWAY.
SHIP AND t'AMAii GliA FN ' ILL Kt A TORS, (ad-
joiiuug uia.if rrei-ut iK-pol el tne U. U. U.
Railroad Co. on Merwrn'wtieet. barfua- a storaxe
capacity of Trr, himdrd'and hftJ tuuudaad hnehnta
ef Grain. t "''
DkALEBS IM-ORifn, Tinnr.Tlth, Hlghwlnea,
Pork, Lard, tie iter, beads aiMl coautry irodnc
Ageuta for "rtit (Dtpany of Onondaga. Bait
sold atwuye at the Company's price.
bau, VvaUtr Luue auirajn w aw shipped oa the
C. U a C, 0. a l . or C. Jt K. UAwiruada aud tbetr
connecUona. dv'li vexed iu Car Lots Jreeof Dray age.
Propertr reoeired by Railway, Ckal or VesaeL
for bale or Shipment. V lit give personal attention,
to the purchase and sale of iTuduce and Men-haa
din. sn UutniutMina, t - ,
LIBEKaL LAatf ADVANCES made oa all
Count go men tit. We are prepared tu receive and
bhip by itnal. Lake, or Kail, (wiLSunt cartage.)
Griud-atouea, Aiatbie, btavea, Luuitmr and Coarse
rreiguiaoi all kinds, having UpSnly derricks In
the City for thu trauaiAjf ul ht4ty S raights.
voo iaier it. h.u.i aud uusiueaa Ateu generally.
ELTON ct' BREED.
y OstW A RD1N a AND
' ' ' And Dealers In 4 '
FLOUR, POfiK A.D fJlULY,
Nio. Oviat Esrhange,
root of buperfor street 1... .Cleveland, O.
Airenta for thr Akmo Transt,.in.i !r Cw..
Ohio Caual and tha Nurthcra Iransportation Co. '
Property prumptly forwarded to New York,
BoatM, and all points Eat or est, with dispatch
aud at the Wwesv rales ot freshb. aprfr
gPRANELE & BURGrERT,
; tOft THE ' SALft Or
FLoCR, GRAIN, PROYISIOH3,' GRASS SEID9,
butter, raas, bacon, Ac,
os. 81 aud 89 Merwin sL, CleTelaod.
Liberal Cneti Advances mude os Consignments If
a v iTTTo ROE,
General lommlsston Merchants,
roa Tas saie or
FLOl'R, OUA1S, PROVISIONS, GRASS SStD,
Bultur, Cheese, licniis, Eggs, Ap
ples, Dried Fniit, Poultry,
Dressed Ilogs, &o,
77 KIVLR STKKKr. ILCVELAXD, .
Str.h Advancre Ma.te on Conalirnnients.BI
Errra to II. B. Hurlbot, I n-hirr of tint National
rt.uk of tleitlaod, sad anloMera and bnsiness
Urn general:;. apriaUH
JOHN bOYCB 4 SON,
3 Pearl Btn-t, Kew York.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES OH PROPUCB.
EKrEKST Ocean Bank, N. 1., Chemical Bank,
N. Randall llauk. Corllandt, S. Y.; Bank of
Lowrille, Luwviile, N. V.: Wooster Sherman's
Bank, tnatertown, N. T.; and Basiness Mengene
rally. B. C. UhMl-Nti, weab-ra AEen
Office with Alcott A llorton, w ator arreet,
mayL2 . Cleveland, Ohio.
G- LARK Ac ROCKEFELLER,
(Late Clark, Oar doer A Uo.,)
Produce Commission Merchants,
And Peelers ia Grain, Kloar, Fish, Water Lime
Flatter, foarw, Vtn-, Oroatnl Solar and
Noa. aa, 41, 4.1 and 4& Rlser-St., and sn the Dock,
( LtVaLAMi, ulllu.
it. a. class j. i. aocaarauza.
Property rriefTed by hatlroad Of Canal, for Sal.
or Sbjpoieut. lll air. P-rsooal attentioo to tbw
aale and purchase of, Produce aud Merchandise ua
Liberal Cash AdTaoce made oa iMasirnaienta.
Refers to Business Men aad Bankers freneraliy.
r. THATCHXR, alR
e. w.etsAMMxa .'
W. F. CABRT. . MOBBISOSroSTaal
IKON AiiD NAILo WAKEUOUSJt
JL Noa. til. 63, trJ and .7 Iiiv-r Street,
W. F. CAREY & CO.,
Wholesale afp-ncy for the nale, at Manufacturers
prices, of tlte celebrated "Jttuberxer Juniatt
Nails, Juniata SUxet Iron, JuuitUa BoUer Plate, Jo
niata Hauim. rd llorw SIum s, etc., etc.
1Bift, Br Inm, Orimtufatiee, .
AKl. B'lALtrt of all kinds.
Also, Mareuouae Trucks, Letter
.. til'.KKNLtAr A CO.,
S o Monroe street, Toledo.
J Sold in Cleseland by L. P. A 8.
BUItiiaMb and W. BIMJUAM A
IGS AND IIAIli WORK.
M. B 18 ' i 1W KST.VBLISHMKST,
TDK l.AOatRT; IK TIX STATE,
FOR WIQ m-MSG UNO UQ1ES' HAIR DRESSIN6
411 PUBL10 isVtUACE. -
Bfanafactnrer of all kinds of WIGS, includiog
tlie oeiehrawd ...s
I LLUSION WIC,
that e' i-'mtdt-e) aatura aa te defv the closest
ecrutiuy. A Very lara-e aid beau li ml stock of
LUMi UAIU, tbroiitfiit by the proprietor from
Europe, for SW1TC111-.S and BUAlDi tha Aneat
sesortaent ever seen in this eity.
Ladles Front Piece and Half-Wigs,
In every style, with all Improvemeuta.
SETS OF CITULH, made from French XataxeJ
Curled Hair (irnarauteod.) ,
EUGENE DOUi'l.K and TRIPLE BOW
Made by the alvertiser, equal tu those Imported.
Ladies' Brat lr. made into any kind of Uead-Dress
or Bow without Injury to Switch.
LA IU Kb UA1H DUEhl&ti in the most prevail
ing aud liirtbi'mable styles.
e-TAii worn warrantP4i ai repreeented.
HnT and .1,I BAT MM at all hmire. decOd
PHE FLORENCE. -
i uas iu " ini ii t-rvT.-iAn.-u n tti rani aau au
Ct haf the n versible feed, feeding the cloth either
to tbe rijcht or left, to stay a Seam or fasten the.
ends of seam, it takes four dilforent stitches, t he-
Lock. Double Lock. Knot and Double Knnt ssrh
beiuz alike ou Ixdh sidt-s of tbe fabric. Its sso
tions are all p-i-ltive; sews the thickest oi thinnest,
fabrics witliunt ehanre of ten ion. lleais aajr
width ht-m, felU, braids, quilts, binds, gathers, aad
sews in a t utile at tlie xame tiuie.
E. W. OLEASON CO- AeenU,
No. 4-1 Public Square, Cleveland, and No. X Merrill
Block, IMtrott. Aaents wanceq. )aiyft-BU
-.ROVER tt BAKER'S
Celt'braled Sewins Machiu p.
Were Awarded the Hipheet P remittal over il l. it v.
rrrrroas, at the followiojj State fairs ol -.
BETrAMlLV BSHISU 91ACIIINK
AN'PTUH BEiT MACH1NB WOKsl
New York State Fair, Tmllana State Pair Vmsii.
State Fair, Illinois State Foir, Iowa Stai.
Fair, Ohio Htate Fall', Pennsylvania
Stat. Fair,- Hlrhitran State Tali;
, aad hleotnaky Btaw Fair.
The above comprises all the Stat. Fain at ar n ,
the Grover A Baker's SlachiDes WW exhibited thia
43SOVTR BAR 8. M. W.
Saxb Bojin 117 Superior street, ClevelaatL IHnu.
DEAD DK. vV'ELL ADVERTISS
I K NT in aootoar ooloaia.