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W"fO SALR," "TO HUNT." "LOST,
"WANTS." "FOUKD." "BOARDING." "OL'EB,
other hort notices, not exceeding mri
luaJuwM twtee In this column for 26 erstta,
tnw UttMa vents.far Uuira 50 rrulm
I'jr ell over rem ma and not exceeding nan
iisa, uium aoove raw.
fl-j REWARD. LOST, A MOSAIC
Vv ieve St ml. The, finri-r will rMiv the alim
sffrd bfjTing)t uOiwN' Ji wHn aur.. jzk-161
CTOVK MOULDERS WAXTED By
EOK SALE OXE OF THE MOST
iltsireble bniiuijng lns in the ritv, situate on iiw
Sobart corner ot Knclid and Ilutht-.a i.tre.-1-i; litl
frts-t front on Eu.tld street and 2m Aft dep. For
wrnm ijw u r . ju. balms, cot. VLio ami Cant.!
A Y ANTED TO KENT A HOUSE
sttiiatrd oujo h'-rc in tb mitral pan of t he
:..-, nuiutwrm oe Oavea ai a boaruibg bwu, Ad
arrm m . a. .t... this onure. jy-lnl
WANTED A GOOD MANY STOXK
tatters. Masons and Bricklayer; aio a few
vuinnwDtDa iarpcmers, ena any atnoant ! u-&r.-r.
-best waxes and voutant work. Apply to L.
- nix.n&LL, no. superior up .rain.
WET XCRSE WANTED APPLY
v at lr. .MATItAKD S offloe, or at No. S2Pn
OTICE. I LET TO A MAN", WHO
n.e name as blent. l5rf rawir. t
HaiTin ami Ilnt-m-nU at k nVI.A ki.nHir a
J lily 24th, 14. to drlr around tuwu, and t. tit; lu
ut wun. Any one returning amd pmperty
Uucb. hind feet White, ttriu in tar-, 'l? or 14 vin .u.t
MJTM head kurti : low too Bmrirr. the dm' taati -.'
Pictl green; U body ha beuii bmken, nit-D ied by
twoiivn ntatee. FKEU. KIMIiFKLLV,
jyjfc-ut ao. 7t ttumpUm itrwt, Cleveland, U.
WANTED-A SITUATION" as CLERK
in a iry uoous or tuncv store, in- a voonr ladv
Vli cju sire aatu factory raervneea.
Aaurt n a K i
POR SALE A GOOD, STAUNCH,
wru'Utui nui jvai, 4 leei t in. lun ; utrw hkiI,
ui uuijm-. n iu miu CD-p. Appljr to A,
Tf . w a.1 n.. i.. Aiyon ttirer it. jj -Hi2
PIANO. A GOOD, SECOND-HAND
-A.' uucKtruif rituo for wie ciMap.t o. 3 km-Md
7ANTED I WILL GIVE FIVE
V T Hundred DoUira (1 WO) to no alien who tu
Toiantoer to atrra tiinw yean n aubAituta for
M. Jfconay paid on mastering In.
iT2-16 Caacade MlUa, Altrun, 0.
"VX-7ANTED At Merclianfs Foundry.
I V Meadow atreet, aiz nrat-claas Stovo Mimldm
at ubar&i wagea.
rii-l E. C. STANLEY.
XT ANTED Ten Cood Cigar Wrapper
Strippera. Apply -' Ui ITT, 3d atorj
a Block, nor. aupenor and Jlervui atraata.
AiAaNriLaU TO iCT IJv a respeo-
TV tbU Lady And Gentleman, buuie or part of
aoaae, oi tbrMa or war rooms; west sine prnrri
d, witbin balf mil of the circle. Addraaa 0. B
L., LtUTiya oflioc. Jyil -161
TA7ANTD Aneipelienced Feed Boy.
T f Apply at tne iitAPta tMntmg Koom
TNF0RilATI0N WANTED OF K. J
XPriea, formarly of Glrard, TrambuU coouty, 0.
Awmi J- li., at tDta omce.
QTRAYED FROM THE SCBSCJU-
fJbfcB, on tno litb Hut., a Cbtastont HAKK j
Aa wart at tb but of her tall, on tbe rleht ild,
M l&rea aa abig hickory nut; aUoa scar on tbr? left
kip. nnatxU by a kick frm a borae; amall iwitcb
tall. Any one returning brr to the liabscriber, or
finaff uuornaauon wnert? she may ne found, will b
anrta.Biy rawaroea oy aAnua boalli,
ftuparior Sxtansiou, opp. Hudson it.
WANTED At No. 45 Public Square,
expeiieooed Cook and ChamberBiaid, who can
lurnian food reoemmonaauona. jyzi:tbt
FOR SALE The old Stcue Cottage
No. 243 PrvMpect atra. Lot 60 ft. front by 2U0
Ooep. Anquirc on tne prrmiwa. jyzi-ibi
CjXRAYED A Dark Red Cow with a
bite belly; two amall holea in ber ho ma and a
rop lied aivund one oi them. A rewdVd of fle
dotiart will be given to any one return i op the above
jyil:160 No. aS5 Laeatrwet
WANTED A Gentleman wiahes Day
Board In a quiet family, where he can wlao
obtain board for hia little daughter alx year of
ago. AUdreae c v. L... aUeader omce. jyii.WQ
WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR
tbe Quartermaster' Department at XaehvUie.
Tennaaeee, Laburera, wagea $iv per mouth and
ratiuna; Ituu Teanutera, waga $40 per mouth and
ratio-na. To men capable of taking charge of
tram aa rfagonmanter, that will report with 25
mn, auu par month will be given. Awistanta with
fifteen men, $45 per month. Mom need apply but
able-bodied men, wilting to engage fur ni montna.
Transportation famished. Apply to
J. SHIlKWOOD, Agunjof A. Q. M ,
Jyl0-K2 Comaavrcial House, Cleveland, 0.
SITUATIONS AVANTED BY THREE
ree pec table Giria aa Nnrae or Boom Oirla. bit
natlona in private famlliee preferred. Inrect to J.
C, Leader Office. Jyia.ltO
OARE-CHANCifi FOR AGENTS.
XV Splendid Steel Engravtngg of Abraham Lin
oui. tiuiKUi. (iuKT and GuoaOF. B. KcClf-llan
y aoid only by agenu. AddreM B. S. GBtES,
Koom 4, Ajoaricaa Building, over Leader Omce,
Cleveland. Jy 1U, Ib'J
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
Young Man of commercial experience as Salea
man in a lry Oood or Grocery a torn. heaks both
German and nUah,. Good city referruce given.
Adtirea L. K., Water street, Cleveland.
July 18. ItiO
SUBSTITUTE WTANTEDl-$300 will
be paid to an alien who will volant eer to aerve
three year ma n anbatitute. Money paid fmmedi
ateir on manuring in. - Apply at tbe Lkaou Olttca.
STRAYED OR STOLEN TUESDAY
Night, July 12th, an 1BO.K GRAY U'-KSK,
with high nips ; and bat.k was cut by aaddie ; right
band leg was raw from the effect of a liniment that
was put on. Any person returning him, or giving
aof information concerning biin, will be liberally
warded. TUOMAJ UOBAN,
JulylVieO '& iiamUtou tt. -
) CAFUALISTS A GOOD IN
KSTMKNT. The nnderaiirned offers for ale
tbe eieraui new Hotel In Oil City, known aa tbe
SatuUf HOUdfc.. This House enjoys a larre and
naying bmineat, and there 1 a atanding orfr to
rent tb premise on a lease of three yeais at th
rate of li per cent- per annum ou tbe investmeut.
for pafticulani address
JOHN B. ailERRIFF,
jnly 1&-160 oil City, Pa.
Qr ltftVAkaOl tilltlYED, FROM
J(J No. 13, fiibley St., on tbe 7ib of June, a
jiedinm-tjted BKD VOW, eight or nine years old,
abort-borned, little dark in tbe face and below th
knee, bio white shows save on tbe flauk and about
she bag ; scar inches long on the hip ; teats
bort and close together ; akia brownish yellow.
Tb above reward will be paid for hrr dflirery, or
Information where she may be found, at No. U,
Sibley Street, Cleveland. July
ACTIVE AGEHTd WAKXEU, TO
A canTaaa ancn town and county In UMo lor a
Daw book, jolt pnbUahad, called ' PfnI'icurt4 of
the Wan or Lyrlca, Inddenu and 6ketchoa of tlu,
JUrWllon." It la baring a r.pid aala. AxDla will
do nail to aacnra terrltorj early. Enrlte atanp
tor Circular to B. 8. OBESS,
Boom 4 Amerionn Bnlldiug, Cleveland, 0.
FLAGS ASD UAaERS.
Orders promptly filled. Address
0. W. CB0WELL A to.,
jaatt-ia 1VT Snperlor-st., Cleveland, 0.
C. C. BRUCE & PRESTON,
Aimj k Karj War Claim Agents,
- . f OewetAnd, Ohio,
ho. 1 Lyman's Blot:,
timraa Near the Court House,
umcs.. WMhinslon, I. .
jSo. 443 jNinth Stbekt,
Opp. Pension OlUce.
PUBLISH THE ARM I UB1LD,
PENSIONS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY,
Prise Money, Diachnrged and BeaiKned Officers'
Isy, and all other War Claims.
We pay particular attention to claims In which
other Attorneys nave FAILED, or which hare been
aAooiars diachareed for Wotnina Sarvrern n.
Batiks can obtain tbe flu) Bounty due them "'
KECLAULI, by applying to us In pci-
Mtter. - or "J
One of etu- firm betna at All T -M , .
tsA-Wn, D. 0., the advantagai w MB9 in Wean
on but bs nunilest to aUV ' oner so oar clients
i Teas sow. iio charge
want we undertake, otil we have accomplished
, . a We
TAB CLAIH AGIST,
Oottesta Bonattee, Pensions, Back Fay, Prise Money
and other War Claims,
y-penoned attention is given to the prosecution
nt - , K. Denaxtmente at waaninjEton.
- pereons having Claims snouiu appiy in
paaaoa, or by letter, at ence, anu iney wm receive
D. W. S3ACJE,
U( trparior-at.. CWeatand, O.
i r ihna and Seovllle streeta. on Saturday the
18th lnst a pair of horses, one a bright sorrel
Horse the other a chestnut Stare. Both have a
welt 'star in taw forehead, and the mare has white
kt&e feet, nod and a halter on when she left, and is
nearesaot. A ay one returning them or giving lnfor
Baeiea whet they oan be ssaad will be ubereJly
CASAIVST., CXETElAjnt, X,
OonaUntlr on hand for Citj and Xxport Uaa,
XX, XXX, Pale, Amber and Cream lie,
. . Porter and Brown Stoat.
Particular attention la oailed to my stock of
PBE3EXT CSS AND CREAM ALES,
a aonnd and reliable article of trblok can always be
to and en band during tbe warm cat weatbrr In sum
mer. Orders addressed to F. 1. MTOKE, Aft,
will receire prompt attention. nno-B
BAD SHOT FOB BED BUGS
For sale by
Ulilll'UILL at BBUTHKR,
Joly 126 Ontario St.
KN8ISX t HAXSCOM,
a. . r.
4 Great Western...
A. r . u stahoninj! Brancb.
Lak ift.re. Cleveland and Erie
Oiniieaut A Erie Accommodation..
I'olumbua , , .
tHtrolt i-n.' n ago
Atlantlo t Great Weatern. 4-50 4:10
a. a b. h ., Mahoning Brmuch ly:A) 6:20
Lake bore. Cleveland A krie .vttft -m
Cooneaut A Erie AccommodntioaM.10:ltf
ritteonrub A Wherllna K-4.4 S-aft
Colnmbua &:3o .:V. aoi
toleao...... sis ass
ii.min.Ky . I, g: 15
uetrou lo.t ... 6 jif
Citizens wlshinjc conrerance to either of the
above Trains or Boata. will be called for bv Coacbea
of Bterens' Omnibna Line, by leaving their addreae
at tbe Omnibus Office, 147 Superior street, next
uwr w uie vteuoeu House.
GREAT BROAD GAUGE ROUTE.
Atlantic and Great Western Railway.
I'smeoirera eolnc Eastward will nninnW tft
this i tbe only route runainar tralna that Imv
vtttiauu ou nunoay. night fcxprvas ieavtj dally
aat ur da j a acpied, at Itao P. M., arriving at bal
amanca at 4:44 A. M., and New Tork at A-W P. af.
BleapULg CoaclM attached.
jl. a ctuutsje of fan.
THIRIDAT nOR.VI.Kl, JIJLT .
M. A. L - Home Wanted.
Nuw London Township 9150 Bounty.
F. M. Backus For 8sle.
Woolson, Hitchcock A Carter Moulders Wanted
Lost Sleeve Button.
C. W. U. Local Not e.
Designated Depositor): and Fiscal
Agent or tne inlted btates.
National 10-40 Five Per Cent. Loan
"By litatrnctioo from tbe rjecretary of tbe Treas
ury, dated ifurcfa. 2 s W, tbi Bank will receive sub
scription tor tb Natiox.l 10-40 Fivb pe a cent.
Loan, In onnpun boudfl or registered cartlflcates re
doemi alter tn and payable forty years from date
This louti liears gold interest, payable xtiAH-
ITUallv on coupon and registered bonds of $oUU and
over, and annually on bonds of tb denomination
Avtand lt dollars.
In ultVrJbniir parties mav either nav the accrued
iuterest from the tint of March to the dar of sub
scription in i'oin or in Currency, adding fifty per
cent, premium, or recetva bond bearing interest
cow uay oi auDscrtpnon. Also win allow to
BANKS, BANKERS AND BROKERS.
aroal commission of one-eighth of one percent.
County Union Convention.
The t'nion Oonrention, for nominating
candidates to be supported at the Fall
eleetion, will be held at National Hall,
the ity of Cleveland, on Saturday the
Sth day of August next, at 10 o'clock a. .
The conrentiott will be composed of six
ejegates from e:h township and ward.
The ciliieos of the several townships and
wards, who are in favor of the maintenance
the government and the vigorous pros
ecution of the war for tbe suppression of
the rebellion, are recommended to meet at
their respective places of holding elections,
Thursday the 1 1 tb day of August, at half
put seven o'clock r. si., and appoint aiz
legates each to represeut them in said
convention, and that the polls be held
open at such primary meeting one hour.
By order of the committee.
N. B. SHERWIN.
ApfoiSTtiEST. Mr. W. C. Catlin, formerly
connected with the Provost Marshal's office
this city, has received an appointment as
Assistant Surgeon in the V. 8. V., and
eaves this morning for Louisville to report
Aaat'T or SV3PECTED HoKSE ThIEVEA.
Sheriff Lewis received a dispatch on Tues
day evening from the Sheriff of Erie, Penn-
lvania, stating that he had arrested two
men having with them two bright b
mare, answering the description of those
stolen from C. B. Spencer, of Munson, Ge
auga County, together with a sorrel horse,
pposed to have been, stolen. Officer
Uitney and McKinstry left immediately
secure the thieves and the property.
Flax ConMls.no.fEE3. Governor Charles
Jackson, of Ehode Island, General Sted, of
Rhode Island, and John A. Warder of Great
Bend, Ohio, are at the Weddell House.
They have been appointed by the National
Department of Agriculture at Washington,
Committee to gather statistics in regard
the culture of flax throughout the country
more particularly at to its substitution
A Bio Tram. Tha following graphic
dispatch was received by Depot Master
Robinson yesterday aiWngon, from the
station cgent of the Cleveland and Colum
railroad, at CresUiua. It very striking
liiiptrates the crowded state of trains
the south, caused ley pleasure-travel
CRESTLINE, July 27th.
SolifHOM The Cincinnati Express train
eight coaches loaded solid. Ton can't
a rat in, except at tne iurnace aoor.
CHiSOE ot Local-itt. We regret to leas
that our genial and talented friend, Georgo
Eoyt, formerly of the Plaindealer, and
more lately a valiant private in the ISOth
1- fl j has permanently resignei hisoon
nection with the Plaindealer. Mr. Hoyt'e
loss will be deeply felt.not only by the paper
with which be baa been connected, but by a
very wide circle of friends.
Good lack attend him, wherever he may
RxTUasm Horn. Dr. L. I. Griswold,
Surgeon of the lOSd 0. T. I., baa resigned
his commission on account of iU-healtb,and
now at hia home in Elyria. He left the
front on the 15th Lust,
CAStAtTm nt Kotrsts 0ht Etar
MSXIS. The following list of casualties ia
Northern Ohio Regiments at the recent
battle of Atlanta, ia from the Cincinnati
Gazette, It is complete for the regiments
55lU OHIO. HILLED.
Corp A 0 Bar net, C
J Bonnlbam, 0
James Sull, V
8erK't a A W
J 8 S.iy, D
W r Smith, E
Taylor I'ilxm, F
Corp C L Wilton, O
Addison Colden, U
Joaeph UrConoby, H
Iatac Kent, H
Wm Farnk'.ugh, K
Sorg't Jobn Cowpe, E
im IMmerh, A
WiJuert Onen, C
Geo B Bailey, 1
Kdwin T Wood. E
Samuel Kinaey, F
Benj Duniap. H
Frank Kay, H
Jacob Tagur, K
04th OHIO. killed.
Serf t Marlon Tea H
George Shock, I Ki bert Fisher, 0
Thompson llount, D George Bolvnbaugb.F
William Dilly, A
60th Ohio, wockdid.
Serg't J S Covert. F ' Com David Crowner. I
Corp Henry flutfssan, U Corp Wm Thompson,!
Bakbcbt Casks. Mr. S. W. Garrett, the
popular successor of Mould A Ilogan, keeps
a supply of these splendid English delica
cies constantly on hand. Let those who
wish to learn the degree of perfection to
which our English cousins have carried
the " culinary " art, not fail to give Garrett
call. They will find a great variety of
English biscuits and other delicacies, with
which our ancestors, ever since the days of
Banbury Cross, have supplied tha wants of
the " inner man." We congratulate Mr,
Garrett upon his success as a caterer, and
tha liberal patronage which his gentle
manly attention to visitors, and careful
attention to, the details of bis business,
have already secured him.
Pbom.jtio.vs is KostbCBX Ohh Reqi-
mests. Among the recent promotions made
Goveraor Brough we notice the following
Northern Ohio regiments :
I9TB 0. V. 1.
1st Lieutenants to Captains. Kichsrd L. Walk
er, Calvin S, Cbsmberlln, Albert K. Cpeon, and
Wii'iam v. a. are.
9-tl T.L.nteantl to 1st Lf-utene&tl. Henrv H.
Fn.ilm.n. Jo.nh VlimOS. Wesley Cpeo., . P.
1 ' . '......I. 1 I I,-..,
Serireanrs to 2nd Lieutenants, -Georie M. Hull.
Joaeob V. Penney, Jacob B ldaman, Alfred W.
Stamb Irani II. e uancr. aaain w. vuny,
Itonro and J. Stanley uoenrao.
SQaD O.T. I.
1st Lieutenant Willtam HcKinley, Jr. to Cap
ajn. 2nd Lieiakenant Cvrui M. Hubtsrd to 1st Lien-
iiT 0. T. I.
Lyman . Mc Adams to lt Lieutenant.
65th O V. I.
1st Liena-nant J. tee Bow.her to be Captain.
Serceanek to 1st Lieutenants, Thomas T Pethill
and Adam, Cramer.
61TB O.V. 1.
Alilstane Snrzeon H. P. Anderson to Surgeon.
Bloses K. Quinu to Assistant turgeo".
124TH 0. V. I.
1st Lieutenants to Captains, C. S Clark and
Serirean te to 2nd tlentenants, a. n. ranei ana
Thos. K. Atahan.
6tb 0. V. I.
1st Lienttensnts to captains. F C. Loveland and
2nd Llewtenant to 1st LieutenanU, . i.. tnom-
and K. 3i. ciagood.
Sergeautii to iad Lieutenants. H. G. Salter and
IOtm 0. . C.
let l i. t Wm. H. Daf to Captain
2nd Lieutenants to 1st Lteuteiu.au, D. B. Hop
I). . Seltser and . uaynie
Sergeants, to 2nd Lieutenants, w , St. J-eegett,
C. Lowtt and Wm. UaydeB.
t and wm. tiayden.
1st 0. T. LtOHT AatliLSET
1st 0. V. Ltont A
Capuin Cotkereil to Major
Polic$ CooaT. His Honor Judge Hessen-
mueller sat in judgment on tbe following
cases yesterday morning:
Drunkenness. Clara McAally, Anton
Wagner, William Kelly, Ellen Hart, each
fined $L and eosta: William Wood, Lewis
French, each fined $5 and costs; William
seait to the Workhouse SO days.
Pisttajrbanos Michael and Sarah Galloo-
liisssjiarged ; Cornelius O'Conner, fined
Vtueracy Ellen Mollen, fined $5 and the
Injuring Property John and Christo
pher EmpkC, settled.
Petit J eenainv Ann tiriale, .. -
Judicsutut was not passed upon a number
cases for violation of tbe Market Ordi
nance. Two cates of Grand Larceny were
Fibe m yEWBUao, On Saturday night
lire broke out in the blacksmith shop of
Iren Rolling Mills, at Newburg, tb
property of Stone, Chisholm A Co. Tha
shop and contents were totally consumed,
the main building alightly damaged,
was saved from entire loss by the exer
tions of the employees. Loss about S600.
Loraik Cousty's Qcota. The following
the quotas of the various townships of
Loraiai County under the call for 600,000
. . liS
Sheffield , -2
Urai'too - 24
ietal .. elo
Tag Atlantic fob Aoicst. Baker has the
August number of this exeeilent periodi
The following is the ble of cwntents:
Charles Beade; by Hairriet E. Presoott.
How Rome is Gowned ; by George W.
Concord, May 23, ISM: by Hensy W.
What will Become of Them; by J. T.
Headquarters of Beer-Irinking ; by An
drew Ten Broek.
Frar Jeroma's Beautiiml Book; by T. B.
LIUrary Life in Paris 5h Drawing
Soom by "Spiridion."
Th Llttl Country Girl ; by A. M. Dial.
Hons and Home Papers VAII .: by Ear
riet Beecber Stowe.
The Heart of tbe War ; by J. Oolland.
Onr Recent Foreign Relation: by G.M.
Betbh. PLtASCkk Exccssjiob. Third and
call for Thursday morning at V45.
Fill up your pic-nia baskets and select
your ataterooms early, for not only families
young gentlemen and ladies are on the
fira for "a quiet sail on our beuatiful
lake" in the Morning Star, which which will
"walk the water like a thing of life" with
splendid band on board and as gentle
manly officer at ever graced the quarter
deck of a floating palace.
Cham' MissTbsw. Chase's Minstrels
their first exhibition tbi evening at
Bralnard'a Hall, and we are confident that
they will be greeted by a full house. Th
company is made up of the) brightest star
every line of the profession and will give
once the most attractive and truly excel
lent performance of the kanel that has ever
been given in this city. They are meeting
with tremendous success in Buffalo, and
press of that city are nnstinted in
the Cleveland Public Schools for
The election of this oillcer was held on
the 5th inst., and the announcement was
made that the Rev. Anson Smyth, the
present incumbent, was chosen. Yet, on
the first ballot, which stood Frees 5, Smyth
4, with two blanks, Mr. Freese had been
declared elected. Why then ws the bal
loting continued? Mr. Frcose had a ma
jority of tbe votes cast, and the blanks, by
parliamentary usage, are not authorized to
It seeins that some objection was made
by a member, who stated that a special
resolution had been adopted at some previ
ous meeting requiring a majority of the
entire Board to elect officers. The tacit,
though mistaken admission of this on the
part of the rest, appears to have been the
sole basis on which the ballotitig was re
sumed; which finally resulted in Mr.
Smyth's receiving six to Mr. Frcese's five
votes, when Mr. Binytn was alto declared
, ,1" ..v 1 .
lected. The validuy, Jhn, of Jthis last
vote hinges on the question of the special
resolution alluded to having been or not
having been passed. The truth is, it never
as passed. The minutes of the Board re
cord no such resolution.
There is no doubt that the Eciard acted
in good faith in renewing the ballotintr af
ter the first vote was declared : supposing
of course that they Were bound to coun t
the blanks against the highest vote. But
it is certain, as will be shown below, that
the very ballot, resulting as it did in Mr.
Freese's receiveing a ma ority of the votes
cast, was the only legal one ; and that any
subsequent balloting lor an otlicer lraeady
eleeted, were, primaacie, void.
THE PROOF OF MR. FREESE'S ELECTION.
The first of the "standing rules of the
Board of Education," page lOy of tbe last
Annual Report of tbe Board, concludes
thus: "For the general transaction of bu
siness, the ordinary parliumentary rules
shall be observed." alw Cleveland School
law," same Report, page 10 article 3. "A
majority of the Board shall constitute a
quorum," Ac. As the Board, then, by their
own Rules, are bound to confirm to parlia
mentary usage, some citations from the
best authoriti mav be presented.
From Jefferson's Manual, page 1 16, Ar
ticle 8 In all bollotings blanks shall be
rejected, and not taken into the court ln
the numeration of votes, or reported by the
" From Cushing's Legislative Practice,"
paee 14J, Article 114 "Pieces of paper
without any name upon them, and known
by the incongruous name of "blank votes,"
have beeu allowed, in some parts of the
country, to be counted as ballots, where an
absolute majority was necessary to a
choice on the ground that, being cast as
ballots, they must be allowed all tbe effect
of which they can, by any possibility, be
capable : namely, that of being counted
against the candidates voted fur bv tbe
"But this ground is wholly untenable, as
the right 01 surlrage is the right to elect
some one to an omce, and not tne rijjut to
prevent an election from beiua! made.
which would not be the case if one elector
had the power, by means of a blank to te
feat the direct vote of another, without
himself voting for any body. Lord Mans
field said that the onlv wav of defeatine-
the-election of one candidate was by voting
tor another. iNotntng can be more dem
and explicit than this exposition, it com
bines both law and reason, which latter is
said to be "the perfection of law." Do the
Board need any fnrther evidenoe? Repos
ing confidence, as they do, injustice of the
Board, the public will rest assured, that at
their next mooting, the Board will re-affirm
the valid character ot the first ballot,
and, from their own record, declare Andrew
Freese, the lciral, bona Me Superintendent
of the Cleveland Public Schools for the en
V Lict or Races. An encounter oc
curred vesterday morning between an
Irishman and a colored man, both in the
employ of the C. A' P. Railroad Company,
in front of the building of the company, in
which the latter got soundly thrashed.
The difficulty originated with the colored
man calling the Irishman a traifor.
Tax Fchebal or -Ma job General Mc-
Phebsox. The funeral obsequies of the gal-
lut Mj'vi CMueral Mcfnersou, who lull
in the battle of Atlanta, will take place, as
announced iu yesterday's issue, at Clyde,
to-morrow morning at ten o'clock. We ob
serve from the Sandusky Register I but a
large number of people, including a mili
tary organization, will be present from that
oity. . We hope that a large number of our
citizens will attend the exercises. Those
who desire to do so will leave on the Toledo
train at 5:40 to morrow morning, arriving
here on their return at 8:56 p. u.
Fibe it Meadville. A fire, which came
near being a serious one, occurred at Mead
ville on Tuesday morning. The dry house
connected with the extensive machine
shops of the A. 4 G. W. Railroad, now in
process of erection, was discovered to be on
fire about 8 o'clock P. M. By the most
vigerous efforts the fire was prevented
from extending to the main carpenter shops,
plauiug-mill, Ac, near by. Hud these
been consumed the loss would have been a
heavy one to the company, who have an
immense amount of material upon the
ground for the works which are to make
Meadville on of the busiest opots on tie
Ai the AseitB. Captain George P. Web
ster, with bis wife and child, and iliss
Root, were at the Angier yesterday. Mrs.
Webster was one of that unfortunate party
whose terrible fall over the precipice at
Goat Island, Niagara Falls, and miraculous
preservation, has already been telegraphed
all over the country. The party remained
during the day at the Angier, Mrs. Web
ster being very weak on account of her
injuries, and needing rest.
yi'E Dead Ahvi. About three months
since, the family and friends of Heman
Bells, of this city, received in tell i gene that
he was killed in the operations of Butler
Defer Petersburgh. The news was so con
firmed by information from several appar
ently authentic sources that the faini'y
gave up their son and brother as dead.
Their surprise and joy ,on receiving a letter
from him yesterday ,dated six days after his
supposed death, cannot be described. He
bad been taken prisoner, and bis little let
ter, scribbled en a leaf torn from a meutc
randum book and enclosed in an envelope
manufactured for the occasion, was dated
at Belle Isle. His sistefainted with joy
at the news of his escape.
Recehtcino Commisskss. Persons de
sirous of obtaining recruiting commissions
for the nw Regiment assigned to t -trict
will please hand their applications
to-day (Wednesday,) to Charles W. Xoble,
Seretary of the Military Committee,
Chairman Military Com.
Wednesday, July 27th, 1864.
East Clevklasd. I want a few substi
tutes and representative men. Also a few
recruits. The highest bounties paid In
cash. Enqur at 143 Weddell, for a few
day. C. W. J.
Weduwdsy mornine. AMT BBOWlTELL SAW,
DStIS, eldest daughter of Dr. John 6. and Albme
t. banders, aged lour yeors, four months and tea
Funeral services will be held at S F. X. Tattr.
day, July 28th. Friends of the family are afiee-
tionateiy Invited. Residence 129 Lake street.
MORNING LEADER OFFICE, 1
WESxrsnai Evesio, July 27, lain, f
The receipts of Sraln by rail for the 24 hours
ending at hair past one o'clock to-day are as fol
C. C. A C. R. R. 1G5U
C. t T. B. K. . 1CW
Total . . . 3C60 3360 2400
The receipts are not quite as heavy to-day, bat
as there la no shipping on speculative demand there
Is more than enough to supply the demand. The
same apathy and extreme dullness that bas existed
ln breedatuff market for the past few ears pre.
Ttiled 0, the Biw mTuU ""T.
iver this morning, and only light
transactions are reported in Flour, and not bing In
At the Board this afternoon there was a mods
rate demand for Wheat, and a few cars sold at yes
Ko change has taken place In Provisions, the
market remaining firm for moat kinds, with fair
All other articles of trade are abouta previously
relarlit The following are the quotations for
to-day: Laee a so Rail Flour to Albany and
SI oil, to Sew York 1 10, to BoeroB 1 20. Wool
to New York $1 66, to Boston 1 80. All Rail To
New York, Flour SI 10; Wool SI 85. To Boston,
Flour tl 20; Wool ti 00.
Flonr Usrket dull and heavy. Sales 175 bbls
XX red at 310 00.
Wheat Dull. Sales 1 car good white on track
at S2 23; 4 cars Kentucky whit at 12 28fc 3
cars red on track at tl 10; 2 cars do do at S2 ll.
Market closing dull and heavy.
Corn Dull and nominally unchanged at SI 32
for shelled free on board.
OatQutet and steady at See en track.
Pork Heavy mess quoted at HO 00; light do
at 138 00. Demand light.
aLe Cllr rendered ta-ir and ia moderate
request at 20c.
Kiuoked Sfeata Hams in good request; sales
3,000 tts sugar-cured canvassed at 22c; 600 Ois plain
at 20c. Shoulders steady at 15c, and Dried Beef ISO
for'canvaased, 15c for ancaavassed.
Tallow In good demand and firm at lac for
Batter In active request at S4jj35c for West
ern Reserve; 31&32c for Central.
Cheese Market firm bat quiet at 15017c for
large shipping lots; 17(318c for small lots selected
Ejrgw Dull and selling at a range of 1719c for
llifrbwinee Dull and inactive. Small sales
last evenin at SI 73.
Alcohol Held at $3 62.4 64 for at per cent;
f 1.SW.H4 for Neutral rroor Spirits.
Petroleum Dull, quiet and unchanged. Re
liant hwKI at a range of H5$96o, according to qual
ity. Halt Continues scarce; flue S3 60, coarse S3 66.
Beei ax Firm sud In good request at 75c for
Dried Apples Sales 10 bbls at loc.
Dried Fruits Apples In moderate request at
10,310o; Peaches wanted at 20c for annealed, and
32c for peeled.
Iakfl- i'isli In good demand and unchanged.
White Fish, per balf bbl, Jlo 00; Tcput 9 00; Pick
erel 7 60, Herring 6 26.
Water l.ima-StesJr at it 00.32 10 for Akron
Fire Clay Steady at 2 60 $ barrel.
Stone Ware Open ware 11c per gallon, and
Jugs 12c per gallon.
Fire Brick In good demand, and telling at
36 00 ! 1000-
Plaster "Powell's'' land plaster SIO per ton
"Dentist" S8 00, and common calcined S275 per
Malt Steady at S2 00 per bushel.
Hope Ohio held at ilXijilc; Kew York State at
Ale and Porter sfarket steady. We quote
as follows : Present Use XX Ale S3 ; Stock XXX
S11S12; Kennett Sit; Pale Cream SH ; Porter
CLEVELAND MARKET. CHICAGO MARKET---July 27.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
CHICAGO, July 27.
Flour bull. Satee of 1100 bbls at Sll 00 for
winter wheat; 9 OOfglO 25 for spring extras.
neisl o,4C twwcA. uafca .( iM,fa -- '
S2 l-Ait 15 tor No 1 spring, and SI 98(32 02 for
No 2; closing weak at SI 99.
Corn lc lower. Sales of 118,000 bushels at
SI 20&1 80 for No 1, and SI 271 28 for No.
2; closing weak at $1 27ijl 27.
Uata 1 cent lower. Sales 100,000 bush at 800
82c; closing at file.
Kye Held at 28.
Whisky Dull. Sales 900 bbls at SI 64(g) 66;
closing weak at 1 64.
Cirain Freltrhta Steady, 6c oa corn, Cc
on wheat to Bultale.
The Money market is growing easier, and good
mercantile paper ia readily taken by the Banks.
Exchanire is somewhat easier, owing to tbe In.
created ahlpments of grain to tbe East.
CHICAGO, July 27. NEW YORK MARKET---July 27.
NEW YORK, July 27.
CoMon Itathor more steady. Sales at SI 81(11
I 62 middling uplands.
Flour Heavy and 20 to 25c ! bbl lower. Sales
st tl" oolu 26 extra State; S10 1610 so for com
mon to god ebipptng branda extra Bound Hoop
Ohio; Slu t5(&12 v) for Trade Brands Market clos
lB4 heavy with no buyers, at outside quotations.
tVtllhkyirre.ular, unsettled, heavy and lower.
Sale at 1 Cil .68 for State; 1 tjijl 70 for West
ern; cloning nrm at Inttur price.
Wheal Ueavy and l(2c lower. Sales at $2 2g
ft 1 46 for Ch :go Spring; $2 302 47 for Milwan
kle Club; $'- 03 for winter red Western; 2 04
(ai o7 amber Alien igan.
Corn Dull, sales SI 61 for new mixed Western;
1 64 for unsonnd.
Ontu Firmer. Saiesat $1 01(51 03 Western.
Coffee Dull and nominally nuchanged.
Sugar s elr n quest. Cuba lj320c.
Petroleum Crude quiet at 6051c; Refined
ln bond iu fair demand for export at 83o; Refined
tree ia a trine firmer at 84b5c.
F'ork Opened heavy and lower, bat closed at
about yesterday's prices, with a good busfness do
ing. ALeef Continue dull and heavy at l&SlSc for
Country mess; uloc lor prime; 20($25e for repack
ed mess; 23&30c f.,r extra prime mess.
Cut Mettle Unlet at 16l6e for shoulders;
lS(ixib.o lor hams.
Aru Higher with fair demand. Sales at 19$
21c. Also bbls at -tiy.fi deliverable in August,
at bnver'a option.
Butter iirm. Sales at 35 41c for Ohio; SO
Cheese Firm at 17g2oc for common to prime.
NEW YORK, July 27. N. Y. MONEY MARKET---July 27.
Money-Active at 6fg7 1 cent.
Sterling i:xrllau:e Liull, lower and nomi
nal at SI os for gold, 'the large demand for Gov.
ernuieut stocks has materially increaard the supply
Cloltl Lower; opening tS2 67W, declining to
S3 54, advancing to S2 634, And closing quiet at
i 63J4&'.! 64.
The eteamer Australasian for Liverpool to-day,
carried out 113,000 la apecle.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET---July 27.
W taeatDull and heavy. Amber Xtchican S3 40;
No 1 Milwaukee 2 24; Milwaukee spring 2 20' No
2 Milwaukee 2 06.
Corn Firm and dulk Ko 2 SI 39.
Outs Held at 88c for No 2; 8sKc Ko 1.
Whisky Dnll. Sales at SI 70.
Canal "e're-larbts Firm and boats ssarc. To
New York Wheat 20c, Cora 18c, Oats Uc.
Lake Imports Floor 12,214; Wheat 13,680;
Corn and Oats 43,2s5.
Canal Exports Flour 1,946; Wheat 63,100;
Corn e,070; (Oats 68,580. .
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
Hams Sugar-cured premium hams 3 lb 21 ; e
Canvassed hams fs "i "
Dried Beef-Canvassed W ft.
Shoulders Sugar-cored ! ft.
vjauvaasea T m.
BaurostOr Smoked bides V H
lrtl-r-aPrime lemf kettle-rndr'd in bbls t lb.. It q !
Prime lea ketile-rndx d in kega U B)..l-3c i
forKAo. i mesa 7 poi..,...- so w
Extra clear V bbl
JK No extra charge made for nackagea or cart
age to railroad depvta or boata. Ail articles are
warranted strictly prime, and equal to anything ln
tha State. Orders promptly filled. Onr sugar.
an red Hams and kettle-rendered Lard took tbe first
the late Ohio State Fair.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. ROSE & PRENTISS.
E. I. Baldwin & Co.
Art offering the largest and most attractive stock
Ever offered iu this Afarket, at PBICES based on
purchases made months since, being from 25 to 50
cent, below present value. The
Exclusive Cash, One Price
still strictly adhered to, and the benefit or our
Cash Purchases and Low Fijnres given wholly to
That prices of Ooods must Inevitably be higher
than now. Is evident from the tact that we canno
replaoe our present stock for a large per centage
more than we are selling for, and many customers
availing themselves of present comparatively
t,Try 4wripitoD, cn ba bought len than New
Tork package prima; and wa invito particular at
Ion to our trtock of
AMERICAN MADE FABRICS
Which we ahall maka apeoU! rtfort to aecure and
to oar patrons Id all caat whera they can be
in placa of ImporteU Goods.
American Mannlacturera Already produce many
Ooooda altogether nperlor to Foreign, which they
baTe not aold aa American owing to tha prejudice
heretofore exliting In farorof Imported Gooda. Onr
by far the moat extaaaW Id the city, and com
prlaea ef.ry atyla and fabric, from :na Dollar to
Hundred and Fifty. W. hare long taken tha
In the manufacture end aalee of
Aii'l Other Uaruients,
are prepared with increased facilities to con
tinue. AMERICAN MADE CLOAKING
' Of Every Description.
Tire Department are devoted to the aale of Dreaa
Oooda, In which may be found almost every variety
others, surpassing in beauty, fineness and
durability any imported Flannels.
Shirtlngr and Opera Flannels,
Miners' and Batchers' Flannels,
tinaker and Ebeneaer Flannels.
Ckildrens' Dress Flannels-
are selling from 50 to 1Q per cent, below ralue.
Housekeept-rs will d-j well to supply tbein,elves now.
gant Balmorals for ladles and MiMea.
Our stock of Hosiery is complete, comprising att
qualities of Cotton, Lll, "Mwrluo, Lamb.-Wool,
Balmoral, Plain, Bibbed, Lace, Ac. Hardly any
of Ooods hare advanced in prica more than
Hosiery, but onr stock laid in six months since,
Tea to ba aa attraction to all buyers.
find our stock of Fins Goods superior to any
bio. We offer at manufacturers' prices, by the
packaga or otherwise, (freight sot added :
Osborne & Cbeesman's Celebrated Hoop
Gilbert's and others Balmoral SkirU,
Alling's Extra Super Wool Tarns,
WTnship & Barney's Rufflings and Trim-
Brittain Knitting Co's Goods,
Damoas & Stevens' Flannel?,
PawtvjcVet Cotton Tarn.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO. .
A arevr Perfume for the Hattdkerehlel.
PhaJon's "Sight Blosxtnln; Cerate."
Phaloa's MXlght Bloontina; Oreos.
Phalon's . "High Blooming; Cerena.'
Phalon's "Jf Ifiht Blooming; Cerena.'
Phalon's Xla;ht Blooming Cerena.'
Phalon's "Night Bleoaning Cerens."
A most exqnlsite, delteate, and frag
rant Perfame, Distilled from the rare
and Beautiful Floater from arhleh If
takes Its name.
Manufactured only by PIIALOYafc H4S,
BEWARE OF COCNTKRFHT8.
Ask for PbtUon's Taka no Other.
Sold by Druggists generally.; junelT-lCS
To Clear the House of Flies,
USE BUTCHER'S CELEBRATED
LIGHTNING FLY KILLER.
A neat, cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet will
kill a quart. Sold everywhere. Junel7-lt3
MEMBEB OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS
OF LONDON, ENGLAND; GRADOATE OF
. RICORD'S HOSPITAL FOR
and a constant attendant of Puis, London, New
Orleans and Montreal Hospitals fur the last ten
years has opened an office at the
J0ID.S0X HOUSE, CLEVELAND,
where he will be happy to suet all those who are
afflicted with subaoute and chronlo diseases.'
His treatment is sntlrely different from the old
plan, and is mild, efficacious and effective. His
medicines are duply vegetable extracts and oils.
They have never bees need but by two other physi
cians la America besides himself. He has spent tbe
greatest part of his life and thousands of dollars ia
obtaining a few secrets in his profession. He tests
ths Urine for all forms of disease. No charge for
giving an hoaest and true statemeat of their cases.
CUKE THAT LOATH30AIE MAL
ADY. DE. OOODALE'S CATABBH BE""""'-
It penetrates to the -e- w lu" terriDie Ols-
e, auu exterminates it, root ana orsncn, forever.
Dr. Ooodale Is the first and only person who ever
told the world what Catarrh really was where it
commenced and what would cure it. Dr. Goodale
has now spent a Life time la battling with this fell
disease, exploring Its secret ambush, and making
known to the world that Catarrh, which has for
years defied the skill and research of medical men
and authors la this country and In Europe, can
now be cured with the eame uniform certainty that
morning follows night.
Prepared by B. Ooodale, M. P , New York. Price
tl,0O. Send stamp for a pamphlet.
For sale by 0. W. C1ABK, 119 Superior street
Cleveland, Ohio. mar2:RA
PURE SYMPATHY. Sore Throat,
Cough, Cold, and similar troubles. If suffered to
progress, result La serious Pulmonory, Bronchial
and Asthmatic affections, oftentimes fnuurable.
B80W.V8 BHOXtllUL TKiK'llUs
are compounded so as to reach directly the seat of
the disease, and give almost Instant reffef.
CB-Sold by all DruggUta and dealers ln Medi
cines ln tbe United States and most foreign coun
tries, cents per box. jan22:R2
As a reliabls remedy for Coughs, Coldt,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat and
chest, use, according to directions given on each
bottle, lladame Zadoo Porter's Cough Balaam. It
Is always reliable, never falls, and the possession of
single bottle may, ln case of a sudden attack
rove to be worth fifty times its cost. Hundreds o
thousande of bottles of this Invaluable preparation
are sold every year la the United Stales. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Price 8 and 50 cents per
eey" Madame Porter's Curative Balaam oan be ob
tained at Bentos Bros., and Strong A Arena"
Wholesale s Cleveland, O. JulytJ-BJ-lw
HUNNEWELL'3 STANDARD PREP
ARATIONS. On our Inside columns will be found
a notice of these Justly celebrated and Standard
Preparations, of unbounded reputation in New
England, profess only what they are remedies for,
and are for sale by all wholesale and retail dealers,
and confidence ia asked to tlieia. Bee aaveriue
IMPORTANT TO LADIES Dr. Har
vey's Female PUls hare never yet failed in remov
ing dimcnlties arising from obstruction, or stop
page of nature, or In ntoei" we system to per
fect beaun wuea suaertng from Spinal Alleotione,
Proiapsns, Uteri, the Whites, or other weakness of
the Uterine Organs. The Pills are perfectly harm
less on the constitution, and may be taken by the
moet delicate female without causing distress the
te time they act like a charm by strengthening,
invigorating and restoring the system to a healthy
condition, and by bringing oa the monthly period
with regularity, ao matter from what causes the
obstruction may arise. They should, however, not
be taken during the first three months of pregnsn
cy, though sats at any other time, as miscarriage
would be the result.
Each box contains 60 pills. Price 1 in.
Dr. Hautst's Ta&ATua oa Diseases of females.
Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Barrenness, Sterility, Re
production, and Abuses of Nature, and emphatical
ly the Ladies Private Medical Adviser, a pamphlet
of oi pages, tent free to any address. Six cents re
quired to pay postage.
The pills and book will be sent by mall when de
sired, securely sealed, and prepaid, by
J. BBYAN, M. D., General Agent,
No. TC Cedar St., Mew Tork.
BScM by all the principal Druggists.
Q. W. CLABK, Druggist, Agent for Cleveland.
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS WAR-
RANTED IN AIL CASES. Can be relied onl
Hirer fail to curel So not nauseate! Are speedy
la actlonl No change of diet reqairedl Do not ln
ter ft1 re wiLb business pursuits! Can be used with.
out detection! Upward of 200 euros th past month
some of them very severe oases. Over one hun
a rod physicians have used them in their prac
tice, and speak well of their efficacy, and approve
of their composition, which ia sntlrely vegetable,
and harmless on the system. Hundreds of certifi
cates can be shows. Bell's Specific Pills are tbe
original and only genuine Spociflo Pill. They are
adaoted for male and female, older young, and
the only reliable remedy for effecting a perma
nent and speedy cure In all cases of Spermatorrhea,
or Seminal Weakness, with all Its trains of evils,
such as Urethral and Vaginal Discharges, Gleet,
the Whites, Nightly or Involuntary Emissions, In
continence, Genital Debility and Irritability, Im
potence. Weakness or lots of Power, Nervous De
bility, Ao., Ac all of which arise principally from
Sexnal Excesses or Self Abuse, or some constitu
tional derangement, and Incapacitates tbe sufferer
from fulfilling the duties of married life. In al
sexual diseases, as Gonorrhea, Gleet and Strictures,
and ln Disease of tbe Bladder and Sidneys, they
they act at t charm. Belief It experienced by ta
kfng a single box.
Sold by all principal Druggists. Price II.
O. W. CLABK, Druggist, Agent for Dleveland.
They will be sent by mall, securely sealed, and
confidentially, o receipt of the money, by
J. BRIAN, M. D.,
No. 78 "edar street, New York,
Donsultlng Physician for the treatment of Seminal,
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will
tend, free to all, th following valuable work, la
Tax FtmxTB Tbocsaxd Dr. Bell's Treatise oa
Self Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence and Loes
of Power, Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weakness,
Ntghtly Emissions, Genital Debility, Ac, Ac, a
pamphlet of 6 pages, containing Important ad
vice to the afflicted, and which should be read by
every sufferer, aa the means of cute ln the severest
stages la plainli set forth. Two stamp required
to pay pottage. JulyZl:B3:mo.w.fr1Awy
rotTGHS AND COLDS. Th" sud
den changes of our climate are toaross of Pulsion.
t 1.1. 1 .1 Aathmatic affections. Exnerl-
snce having proved that simple remedies often act
speedily when takes In th early stages of disease,
recourse should at one be had to "Baowj's Baon
culu. Taocms," or Loienea, let the cold, cough
or irritation oi w miw, w - -v
this precaution a more serious attack may be effec
tually warded off. Public speaker and Singers
a-, ihnia aiTnexnal In clearlnsT and strength
ening tU Toto. Soldiert should have them aa they
can be carried ia the pocket and taken as occasion
rsqalr-i. : nelB-lV
DISEASES OP TEE KlSVOrS,
Setnlnel, Urinary and Sexnal Organs new and re
1 labia treatment in reports of tha Howard sVssOe
elation sent by mail in sealed letters, enTaaopef
free of charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLE5 HOtGH.
TON, Howard Association, No. 3 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. aurSOBl
DR. K. ADDERS & CO.'S I0DXXX
VTATlvRIodine water acts upon the Heart, Liv
er, Eldueya, Digestive Organs and Glandular 9ya-
The aucceaa which haa attended tha nee oi thia
remedy in private practice, and the aninraniasnl ai"
medical authority, enable na to recommend tt to
the practitioner and the public, seeling coaJVUani
that with a fair trial it will atteat Ita own excel
lence In the cure of Chronic Disreasea, which Indi
cate Iodine, such aa Scrofula, Bronchi tia. Skin
Eruptions, Heart, Liver and Kidney Pis oases,
Karroos AOectiona, Neuralgia, BheumatJana, Dya
pepaia. DeUUty, Syphilis, Ac.
Physicians may rely upon fi.e nniibrm atreastik
of Iodine Water aa containing three-quarter graina
pure Iodine ln each fluid ounce of pure water, na
so I vent being used. It is not liable to decoo posi
tion nor spontaneously formed ineqnalitiea; neither
ia the Iodine oxadiwd or neutralized by comblna
"lon with any Uurxadient, rendering thia solution
nperlor to any other method of exhibiting Iodine.
Full di kect ions accompany each bottle, that it
may be used aa a family medicine aa well aa by tha
Price one dollar per bottlo. On receipt of lire
dollars, six bottlo tleUrered free by expraaa to any
Beware of counterfeits and InitUtiona which an
principled dealers endeavor to dispose of on onr
imputation. Sse our n-putaiiun and trade-maxli
(the Gre?k word heading this lTertlsement) upon
the labels and wrappers on each buttle, without
which none Is genuine.
Circular grati. DR. H. AJ(IEB3 A CO.,
Phjiciatt and chmiita,
Ko. 48 Broadway, New Tork.
New York Minstrels
WILL APPEAR AT
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
JULY 24th, 29TU AXO 30TB.
GREAT ('OMBIXATIOX OF lAlK.fT.
Bryant's & Wood's Minstrels
The Gvat TrU. of Ecct-utr-i-i lu their CuriTtJlw)
OdUitiea CUAKlstV .OX LS a, itD, i.WAL.
'I bo Olebrrtett Qmirtutts front Bryant's Min-,tr-ia
XKMl'LtluN, t.Kltlt, UlLlOiN. SA-
lhe B?st Oraniiid Band of fiHtrnmntaluts in
the L niUni Stxtv!-, fmui Brvint '9 Miuttirei Must
KISUN, iiOP.Uj. i,t.AlAil A, AVoiil, tos;.i ti
er wiih fruf. Hu.-'i fe.LianJ J. J. OUJSN. lroia the
cniioua ot Olevelanl khonld not loae this
favorable ofiturtnuily att-ird-tl tin-in by the mn-aa,--ni-ut,
in witnt-ii-siiig tli-j Ort-ut sUaliueatura ot
or furtbt-r paitirulara tve bills of the day.
ALMiaaiuM cnu. Hrrri vml lenta
11. A. iJiiiik, Jr., Hana$er.
Jas. 8. FraousnM, Asat. iyii.-.bl
1CTCTJO INslirui'i!:, HIKA3J
liPUKTAOi. OOl'MV, Olli'. Tb Fail Terw
ui itae licltitic luatitiu fr l-ii4, l-gtnj on Tune
day, tbe sib uf Auirt, an! coatlnave thirtwL
wouks. At th ruqueut uf tbe Trarttt, Mr. OAR
fiLLU will take general supnutMiooce of tb
loatitatloD, ana in ihe s ail lerm, a ieaac, will da
Iver a ut Ljctar.
I'- T-....,- i,.r. m-wT. -Ht,. -rrirvsj rf C. W
lla wuvd, A. 31. t accjtuli'IiUl uu-i ucceeani
I'tMcher, who will act aa AMucutte t'rii.ciml.
aUIm Hoot a will retain tUe aperintu4stQoe I
the LsUliee ltyartaieut. A tn It corps of euditivna
Xtutcliers w.lt be arcured, end pt-H.-iai iostrootiut
brstdis fur tboaj wliu tiesirt to nt tiMnisrlTea to
A nipt lmcilttiea will be affl Jed for tostnitnioa
in sVaiutiiAic, Vocal and lutrumental Muaia an
Common English Branches, per term of thir
teen warfca - $5.00
Higher thtcllsb, Utclndiug eSatural iminoxm
and Alutbra 8-00
Higher Mattieuiauca, Ancieut and Hudera
The Term ol Euut tt-eu U rkj t pruportaonat. rata.
iuwirumoiiial iitaic, aVamtiu nuJ Ifrawiug, axtro.
No allowance is made for leaa than half a Term,
(six weeks) except ln case ut sickness. Utudanta
are required to make aettleueuta with the Purser
within two weeks from tbe beginning of tbe term.
Board can be obtained in g"oU famUWe at
and 5t2,iA per week. Student can avail tbemaelTtsa
of tbe club eTstfiu of boarding, br which tbe ex
xiDiss ma 7 bo rminced one-tuird. 1'hia plan of
boarding has been tested during tbe paat Tear, and
found aauinentlT aattsiactorj.
Pivsldent of the Board of IruAteea.
Hiram, Jnl lth, l&A.
lLEVELrKD FEMALE SIvAIINAEY
J S. H. SANFuKD, A. 11., Pair, rf L,
.iUted by a lokm of 1 wklvk rikf.r-v.'LA' TeaCW
tsts. In re-pect to l-ation, cTomi-l, buUJinATH, fur
luture atMpmatii, caimu't. aii.l tat ilitsH-s tir uitruc
tinii. we (ik-vj tina liL4t itutHu 1ih3 fcilh?rto oUered
ativHDtagtM iiiurni atAt!J bf any fVuiaie iiuinary In
tu V.ri. Hut it nt pruixrei to niiike ita appoint
uioiitr; i-v.-u t-ltr than lh?y have Lh rtoforo been.
ItAiporiant improVfiuHnts arw in prtfrrM, minjr
wtiich wt Would "-it:)aUy ni- nt n n tlie lutrodactitm
ot Uold Ktsam litest in f Appaiatus, will rauiatora
rn the puMic aud piitat) roomi. A new achXsi
room, nva nuw rccitatiu-rujui, i?veril uw uiuiic
rooms, a ir-. One, U-ctur-rot-ni. amply suppiied
wltn f bilojpttict, Cbeiiucal and A;ronofni.-aX ap
parattiji, with mui.tt prutidioitf fur the arraA
ai)Qt and ue ol' the mititt! : a ctiitp-d and an aiElira
ble to mnaaiuin art also ieiui pniirwi. No pains
nor exp use will Ut nprvl to niuute tlia advantagee
li all Uisj depaxtuieuttt ol iuti uct iou all tuat cu 0
tlrirU. Tbe n-xt Wrm will Itntfiu on inurwday,
Stpt. lt. For further uuoriiAvation or sViimiMtwu, al
tlxeaJ the Prlncipid, or
is. bCXXLES. Financial Manager,
.Tyl-lfirJ U'velan I. UhlO.
11ALLIWELL and 1A MEL9, Dentists, return
than is l'ur the very liben-l ptitruiiugu iLwy bv re
ceived tbe pJt tWa.'lvti yeuri, ud Hope tor a ContUiU
aliotj. W tt iti-xi itfjiz to jiilurm tlioM whoare in need
r ARTIFICIAL iKtlll myi otfiwr Work In our
pruirio.s, tl'rtt our prirne wtil be Koverued by tha
value ot it;lst 011 and atTr ill" tint day of &ptm
ber n-it, a we hc to pay Koid, or its equivalent In
tjrf ubstckrt, lor all the matfrial w um. I'onse
Jueutly we are oHupeUcd to advance our prices. A
'nil set, Lppor or t-ow. r, trom Ten loilars and
upwarde. until tiie tyLtecitit-d tiuv.-.
ALk. i. HA L LI WELL, Jf. P.,
J. It. UAMKU,
Pental Rocms, cor. Ontario . and Pub. Sqnan.
July Ai, txt, ,iya-K-
O S l E K Y.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
Have for the past seMson frlvea their speeisl attta.
tion to this iiepartmeut, and having secured the
serviree of a competeut Hosiery llan, we feel confi
dent that we can Oder greater inducements than
any house in the city. Our tock at present com-
Inaes nearly every style of Hum made or worn by
ADIKS, MLKa; CIULDKKN'
Gt.NTLiSMEM AND BOT9.
We have also just opened a complete line of
l.s4li- Tests and Panta,
In Merino and Summer Jlarino;
nts' Wrapper and Drawers,
n Silk, Uerino, Summer Merino and Gauze.
Also, a tuff line of eir.ee fur Misses an-! hoys.
jylD Av. 1. BAL.DW1X A 10.
THE CDIvSI(a.1 HAS Ut.t.N
appointed Admlnlstrstor of the Estate of Jobn
Tarry, late of aironisville, Cuyahoga county, Ohio,
leased. MOlihMS H. GALLUP.
Btroninivllle, Jnly Zfcl, 13l-t. J;-HJ
HTJ M P a K K I S 1T0MCE0PATHIO
MEDICINES. A full supply of these Bern- .
e,lies, just received, fr-h from the Doctor, and for
sale by CiiLUClllLL A BB0THEK,
Jnly lo lai onia.no aireei.
FOR SALE. ) good tjecuntl-Haxid
TOP BCGUV. Enquire at 1S1 Elver Street.
HH. ilKIOAJl, ATTOESEY
. Counsellor. Sotarr. and General Collection
Agent. Uthco 1U1 Snperior-st., Cleveland, O.
Collections made promptly and ea lesson
XE"W SiXTKU WABE Jpst Ei-
eat ved at
ITT WtHll Hnvias
rxiVXNED i'EAUilt-s AiNiojs, ah
tlcle, at julyt OKO. P- BKCK'9.
F'OR'SALE AT FEED. ' KIMBER
LEY'S, Three good Pamlly Hone. No. 7
Cliamplain StreeA. July U-16U
P ISO'S CUEE F0R"C0NSLTilPTI0N
A very celebrated Medicine. Call and get s
ircnlar. 1'rlce one aoliar per ooiiia. vw
jyJO CULitCiULL A BBOTUElt, Druggist.
ITORSALE CHEAP A NUMiJJUi
J; of Uirht one-hone Family Carriage. Also a
number of light Ugloaee. CaU for a few days a
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