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rANTD A Girl to do work in a
small fanvlr: muat come well remmrnded
Ja.pf.-J - -eats at.
T7 ANTE D Enterprising:
" W otD"n to cr.a- 'or Gr,'e
THot m lor
Foar Yrt in ewMii," by Juaios
,11 -m rt rown
In i work will coaiaiB a rrrL -
M? of race, la weoia, ia.iiii.ag e4 oBuuini
Advent a en, rvbrr-iu u Kcoam 01 th Autlftors
ip,ail Vjcktbarg, hte in reumem, bis eciM
kiiJ periioue dorun to tb Cuioo noes, as ited by
Sterol aod Ctt WfH. ID lodilitf tie faaOUS
XftN KLLl3auf-tte is iMtLKart HKRoI5s., h.
mIHT pit o 11- euibor i,d bis C"mpeiiious oufref
ooro Khrl jnmth. jLLVi aOlNMBY, 144
Pnrc'io' Calai, mio, aral Agki tec
orThni -'hto, horUicrn -nuii said M rh y a.
A. U. fiox la-l, J ui.6 ale
LOST Oft the 1st of Jane, near the Mtr.
ket? outds, For iea Letter, O-wnt-a. odrt
d to KU-lv L.TOUKit, Jiox Tor tt-d r i.l
It suitably rt.tiaw by iav.Ag l at H7 M. Ci-ir eu,
Oornr Unlfc lu. Juufc-2l6
BOAKU WAMKU A Gentleman
viBtiestogeta au.ta'is ale to t-oard f k m
wit - tBJ lo cbi.drru. r- mr ' ne bav u acc iu
XBoJ.Huat pleaae aiuitaa E. B P., carv tii.iUra
xti-ptau cicvwe-4. ju-.i
BUSINESS M IN WANTED To to
l et ad fluordo i Kr th. nietcbl- Fori re t of
X1N ifLS -.d W iSlUAfiT N; .J-o, 'h'li nra
twai 6 tcl KDgravioffi oi Vi ttrihti c on eub bin K u.l
lr, tiom on . Ku l -oh, Ctme. bl m u I t loCl.il-di-n,
aud oihw lirvt c-im w...k- ol -rt. Our rate
r ell Su-rav -d iy tb- CA-iiAl.NS, In, elabd t
Wi n4i o; lu ir pr Mtou. bimI ia uBic ei i.c ai
ScU JXi i .or thot im ii ic p met ok. iho- ouly
Mpl5 Ct-pblrU: of tlir DVAItaBr of
fruj t t -',U"U. Pf rt-u. 1 Kppiicjttiou oul avtir
i. Ap lv ;o C lu. H tt.O.N, J h.n Hi Ark, d r
7 Bank t. r tu v o U a. sua irum i u s P. M -n
3Lnrt)Mr. JlwiMi .d TatttaAf, Uh3-, 6 h a
I J uno, J
( b'Ug srb Utk lry for 8Je. Oae of tb twit
loottioQt iu lln c ty, ituted a u. 'Ai bupero
W r-1 c nrt ll oi ; ruoiu iti . riu" fidti ; t..j- -x-wteut;
roi o tiid n it pky-Litbt. Tri
wu; ffioo n.oo. rUi. . a cUtry r-o rvcD
iur 1 iu. Do o"t ui tui wt tuBi y tor i uce
mbi uiu4 ad.f m a pi g uf. A dx.
wfplr lVINs UK..
jimooli 30 SnpriorFtirl. Cl vi ad, O.
ANlhD-BDAHD FOB A GKN
ferr d. iUlou U., Lulled
Btlt Xr.. .b
INFOUJlAl'ioN W AM i Kl -OoiiO,rn
-A mr O orgj w i-kioer, m wat txy b-iwotn
' d 14 ae, h i ll b ihc oil tbe liia ul A i
A 'y tt ionut.wa cjjc ruing biu. odtt ed
tu? at Uien, lluro t CjUjtj, Uuiu, w Jl Ims iibt-rai
t-w;dttL iu ' Mliuid Oiu Lr I -t t b a i-if- a 1 m
TWKNry-FlVfi OF. ICE
F )H bALK vb i b iriri!t- o: remaiuia In ir
Luuk tilt muLr lot. Applj atoulCwl Abr lAft
WAN I ED By a discharged fflr,
alt a at on Iouk ke pr. A-siiaat Book-k
rr, Buiry or --utipiuit Cl irk, lu city or coLiitiy, Hi
Una e K-ii ojOiiius nil rmuco au o ok lueiMi u.o.
Jl. fil.t c6 a u' ou au J unj :2.e
ci rra to $200 fee muntu AobTg
V-Lt' Vi" nu - To c..vtut P ui aylrania, Micbi-
lu mdU iDiijau, t 'i a ivooa i.iMut i.iocoiu, ttoio,
wilal-cti mat I'Mldw.u, 1 aitliniicra. aud aj;icoIu
Purira tcab uvt tts rubl BU.-d b -troi ridt auu (Jo.
-t any aii(.n, ,u au t, uu noipt of
-iib-w, ll tir-air-HI, ai IU; lot D01oM; PU
-A- iu iaat U re'aud tor an-.
, CO acres of
or exebangu f.r ci
prjK-rt. A 1 improved a. d wtl wikred. About
ofe oiiiea 'root ibo rub ic yd.re, at the btal oi tu
nur tr . ImjuiiuuI J. j Obt t i. or U. POW
M.t, Ouuatuilb, ovrMr auporwi aud Citiuti atteeta.
AMKD. A young man. familiar
Witb Koat kindi of office wjrk. withe t-iDky
a copv'tt ut a.CvuuLant. Adivaa "j . 11.
V.," LOt-r odi.
H If LUM BKH FOtt bAt E.
IW 0 let t com mi n Bomrd 1.
A'io, a lot of fiua auo V Liu-wood Ehinglet.
Vll. b oo d IwW to UiiiKe TjoiU.
mySUta HEliVtY, liUrsriBLD ft OO.
rX)KfABLE KNGINE FOtt SALE.
- sixUmjd lir4 'oal Oil Engine on bsnd abd for
nyv -w. pp.jr toUAWLliti, w li.Ull X aud UU,
YY' ANTED- A Girl to do general bouee-
' ' wora id a priTAta lamitl. Aplf at Aw. Td ell'
mi B.iPt-i, u( B atf . Biy
T7!Oit SAL. THK LAKGE DOUBLE
Jl. Uoqw. 3ft md 3 Proarect atrael. nitabi for
Kardiufi houae. Trrmaeaay. tuyoirf of (JOMWA Y
Y , M'Klif,. at Tfi- rrra- Krkoa ote.
OOHTABLK til K AM. JCNUINEi.-
X JOHN P IK LT, MDutacLonror Porutbkw for
Oil Wells, nabd.tLot.ee, and on hatd for sale, orat-
naa MM'Uw. vitiox aiiuuudi aia wdt r aia
vg'upd. ay IT
TO- A MONTa! Aqsnts Wajitkd
OA'-' everyalier) to Intro nr the fmprored
6hah and Claek tJi Family brwijua MAmiNk, tbe
wli low piic luacuiuti iii me couatry li cu u id
CKNeb by UrovT aud Lakor, Uiteter atid W,tHn,
lloww, oiugwr alia Co., an i Bitcbe dtr. A LL otbt i
xt-acbiaa uun aoid f r Iwim ban lorty dollar b rw in
jMisdtiiENTa, auu ;be "ller aud nat libl-- to &u
aud loipoaouuie t. talari aud xp-aaea, or bt.ga
auniMi"u, a lowed. It, list r ted circulars s.,t lr .
AddreaaBiiA W AlLAiiK., biddwltftd. jiaiue.mll-Z36
7fk A J103THI I "WANT AGISTS
fTrTTWherfl. at 7D a Moolli. mwnM Mirl
vfii aiiwsu Ariic.ea, um Deal a.il u vver ouVrHl.
j-an iruuiara true. Addrtaa Oila T. UAlir.l
xHd.w ord, ata.ue. niy!
AT A BAKGA1N. FOR 6ALE- The
tintncnr offera f-trwU bu reaidetioe, aitnated
two and a bail mue trom br Oonrt Uoaiw, in a very
desirable locai:t. Tbe Lot ooTers ten and od ball
acre oi oxcendiucly oboioa laud, and ooiitaiua as
abundance oi bbrubbor ; iiaapbrry trtaa and
btrawuerry piaita; u:a v lne- la good aaaort tteut.
a eoo j urcoaro are roars oia, ootui
o4 atvDt) Ap .le, Per, Plumb aud Jbrry Treea; ai
o a oBjtub r ot Quince tret a, all of wbicbaretaatbe
fnaaiDg to bear, 'i ne lioaae if brick, nearly new,
coo aiaiCE aeTil lolty roobia. Tbe barn, Umuo
boaa, Ouw hfdst and otber oat-boUdi' ga, are a a
(nod condition. Altogether, it ia a very deal r able
rdtuM, and will Ut aoid oheap tor caab or long
mimii, h pwuiii hivi buvu r ' a& ion ok. iiair a
llMh -lOMEX AUVAMCILD
"ivvv q 8uqi4 to aait at tb otJ stand and
Wfil-knon wswtn a l ias orrit.K. an Been.
rtiea olerery kmJ, vix: Gold and bthr Watcbea,
Xiamonda, ISiIvmt W vre, Jewelry, tiana, Piatola,
vtobuuig, i'ry uooub, riaoua, mioaooiui, and an pr
nor.al property and ariicloa of vaJne, on tbomovt aat-
In factory terra cnamfni atrtctly priTate. JCakab
babed 1151. N.B. A variety of unredermed Watcb
a. J' Wolry. Onna. etc. or aale baramtns.
Ofllce cormToi Wutr and Ho peri or itreeta, over
i a rujiMi a viokouik OW're,
J. a W. WAONKR.
(Saooaiaor to C. G. Brno A Preston),
Army and itavj Claim Agent.
Oftir So. 1 ljriniiB,a Block.
2?ar Court Houae, oa Public bquaia, Clevaland, U.
Ve collect Poaions, BoBnty, Back PJ Phae
jooe, auu ait oiut-r var litmi. ,-
al"0.r tSpeciat rnt ratdcrBt at Waahtn&ton
D. cin dTo(i t is eutire l ai u tbe oilaetion. oi
Vrrn tB' a. coLNrti, procuring Certificate v( Hon
htdbtedneaH aud cbtau.iuc p-y.
tm low. Mo charge until wa bare ftcooav
faaoea wuat w nndoitake.
yyrmn Lapguae Bp ten. mp&
O. W . CAGE,
Attorney ot Law, nutd
Authorized War Claim A gen
Cms 1S ftrpEAiOft Bt OLxtklaxd, 0.
Bseares Pnaioi.a, Oallacts Boabties, Back Pay and
lYue .Moey, and Pruancute war Oialma
of ererr deacriptioD.
WOTtS y Associate at wbmgten sItm partiea-
bar attention to the ae.tieiBt.t ol 0rJK.KK8'
" All pratiM haring OlaJaas agaiaat tba Got
mm-nt ahoo id app ; y to me at oa.
ST"ijoojmauicatioiia ebclOailla; Staaap
AT T. iO foB Ooikn8-
Lt t BTTTto at d InUrmed. ate Potts.
Tb aiaonoh wn .t amr
AKKUM, b. smith. Master, ;
will leavwcn aedy, June ti b, at P. M.
iTor frrigut or paaaftge apply to
. 'ALLOA, KKKNCH CO., '
Foot of boerlor at.
K. K MrLi, PaaarngMr Ajt-ut.
F K LAHK SUFiRlOB.
The new ad el- g-nt paatt-ner
famt-r LA t KU E. pkin'
John a aldn.g. will Lava our Dook for Ontoatg-oa
sua lnw-rnifpiaK. porta, oa iaiaiai, jaie bib,
mi o'clock f. m.
for tribt or pusaga Apply at the offloa of
Jgn6 21T lbtf aod 171 Riyei itreet.
XT T. CO.
IN F0& CHICAGO.
Tb'ann''h rrw utetmer
CIIY OF fcOSlON, CHiniii, Marter,
WlU lavt- ra Tees ay, Jan. 6Ji( at 10 A. M. .
Jfor freight or pasjace apply to
PJEL.it a', FBINOH Jt 00,
H. K. McDoli Paatngr Agent.
TXK LAKE SUPKKLOK
J Tbe fa'Orit", at a a neb and re 1
ableiemr iHJbi dTf, Oapiain
B. J. wre. will leae or ihxk for at) ports oa
lke Snpeiijr, on TUKSUAK , Jons fi, at oo'oiooa
. HI. i
JTvr freight or passage apply to
Maa.( Nfi, PETTTT CO.,
.bp gtT 127 knd 1 Rlr art.
Q C. BRIGGS,
lew LlTery and Eosrdlrg BtaWe,
NO. 53 CHAMPLAI1T STKEET,
3nnc5 ' CLEVELAND, OHIO.
kmnvb Fancy Meauii I7 Wrks &JM
BelTldere Farm, tut I Ieveland, mi
9ii beneeft BtroeU . . -
Ornom 104 8en .t., no.-l.nd, o.
I mean tosik. Lbn titm BkT llft.ROTlHI T.
TBS W.M1aUull J, iioT, w .MT
I call tk. tipMnl .ttmtioB of 6Btliea to tk.
IMPBOVEO JTBINCH 61YLB
Of Clrmnlnx or BTMnc of
DRESS GOODS, Laciw akd Ckafb
Goo4b. EmbroloVrira, Pcarfb, Dreaaj BottOwa.
2reH Trlnualnga, Ac., opt-oed fhti day.
T a iil iivr a v
t) Pon&j. '-Tw,4 J.lWty,jrw . I
Fire and Marine.
THE CLEVELAND INSURANCE
Of Cleveland, Ohio.
tM Oespwy la w fhllT orgmntied, u4 pn
.'" 11?. ' , BISECTORS:
H. B. fATWl, T. P. HASTDT,
CBAKI.U V. COS,' ' D. B 8SXTOH,
EINBT T. CLASX, LKVKEKTT JlLOOTT,
" S. P. tf'MILLAX.
H. B. P. TNI, Proliant.
. 8 D Uti'luN, Tic. President.
B . C K. Montenr.
Offlw, Buton's Block, cor. bnperlor
Capital-$500,000. TRAVELER'S REGISTER.
Atlantic A Orat Wartra
. -Si 8
. I ll 4 )
a. A u, v.( Mahootng Bruck.
lke Hhort), T tf.-ij..d A a'rw
CVtDmot Br'e Accommodation..
Ptttaburfa A hKrg
deretaad A Pttubaxgh, AccomM
r-otrnnhna ,,, , .
-M ins -.'
, ' AKBITAU,
Atlaado A Sraat o . ,, , f:U
S. A 0. WM Maannlm Ernoaiiy-00
Lak. Shore, Cicolaud A Irl., T:so
'nMtt A IrH AcoommodatioaH.lL':9(l
PlUabargb A V :65
lr-1 - i i, tV
""T mi I,, It: i 5
iMtroit ' ' . 6:00
aaVOIUaan. wlabloff ona.ej.no. to Ihtr ot th
aaon Traua or Boatn, will be callad for br Ooacata
of bUT.n.' Omnlboa Una. by waving their addnai
at tba Omnlbs. Ofloe, 117 Bt(arlr rimt, axt
poor w in. wTr.fT orw.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
ScilgwUed BcirOAUorr for all Public
' AntborMed BakMrlption kgmt for tha '
Thii boioar tha odIt Posolar Ins m (wfor tha
Paspla, th. Bank will bap on haxd a toll aaaort-
lawst ai aiaaa, aa4 IU all ortera fromptl; aad with,
out tMa. . v -
' Viwe Per Cent. .Iral Tender Boles,
With Aoorarf loterot tu .date, rereW.4 la pay.
aa.4it for babaerilitiona. and will radt. m at oar tha
Oxapoaa. o tbo aHma Iklrtlaa prowntea M the
Will atao parobaaa Cnitad State. Toochera, Oer
tincate of Indebtedneaa, and all Gotenuntat. 8a.
CUUlai. . . . . iabU
mil oim.i uciiL
Or CLE V IblxA N D,
DwiowiTkB DkFOfTTToT awo FrwmcTAL Aonrr or
tHI UjiITSD tiTATBS.
- . Agent for the al of
U. S. i 3-10 NOTES.
' Firapar oaat. twal Tearlvr NoU. reeeirod ii
paYnaaot of earn, with aocrnad intoraat. - .
All daacrlptKms of '
. , QOVERIWEHT SECURITIES
Bonght and fold at bmt rates aplS Rl
Klnnard, DWber A Co. Pianca,
0. W. Orawa'l A Oo Kla9.
Prof. E. 0. Dnbo'a Lecturr:
Chnrchlll A Brother Wool twine.
B. T. Oo. Jfor OgdeBsbnrg.
Hair. Hair Beatorer Special Notio..
Bob't Banna A Go for Lake Fuperijr.
0 Zafr'e at Oirl Wanted.
leaf Bmney CanTaaam Wasted'
Loit JTorticn latter.
X. H P. Board Wanted.
IIa4iial P-oteion LcCal Kottca.
Cbnrehtll A Brother Biokrena.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS CITY NEWS.
A few oartooi choice Flowers opened this
morning at Mn. Bhaw's. . myii
Postofllee Nollre Lbnnce of Time.
. . CuViLAio FoATOFrica, May SI, 1865.
On aod after June las 1803, tne roit
offic will be opened at 7.30 a. h.
A new timo-table baa been arranged for
letter carriers. The carriers . in the boBi
neu territory will leats the Postoffice at
the followio J faonra : First deliTery, 7:30
A. k' j Second delivery, 9:30 a. Third
delivery,-11:15 a.' v.; Fonrth delivery, 2
r. Fifth delivery, 4 r. k.; Sixth deliv
ery 0 r. .
In the territory lying between Ontario
street and Wilson avenue, including Scran
ton's Flats, the Hights, and the West Side:
First delivery, 1:30 a...; the balance of
the deliveries will be made as heretofore.
: je33t B. Cowlis, P. M. .
A fi WiDDiito. Last evening witnessed
a very pleasant' aflair at the residence of
Rev. Dr. T. H- Hawks, it being tbe occasion
of the celebration of the tenth anniversary
of the marriage of the Doctor and his esti
mable wifa. The ladies and gentlemen
connected with his congregation managed
the whale matter, by decorating the rooms
witb Uiwers, furnishing the refreabment
table and inviting all of the numerous
friends of the D.icwr to be present. The
occasion wis a veritable tin wedding. The
amount of tin present, showered upon tbe
esteemed couple was sufficient to establish
a -tin store.' S profuse were the eifis.
that the Doctor might well have said
"Have me ,lrcm my friends." Rev. Mr.
Goodrich, pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church, made, on behalf of those present
a very appropriate address to tbe Doctor.
replete with honoorooe sayings and quota
none. Jtt was responded to in the most
feeling and eloquent manner by the happy
Bridegroom. The writer of this regrets ex
ceedingif that he was not able to report the
remarks of these two reverend gentlemen.
ine assemblage broke up at 10:30. all
heartily pleased with the novel entertain
ment, and all wishing the Doctor and his
ladypeace and happiness for the balance of
their, lives. . May they live to celebrate
their golden wedding.
Coicibwiss Pais Green peas were offer
ed in the market yesterday at eighty-five
ana ninety cents a peck.
Kcotiio We are happy to be able
to elate that Quartermaster General Barlow
whe has been dangerously sick at his reai
dence near this city, is rapidly recoveriar,
and will soon return to the discharge of his
Clstslihd abb BcrfALO Dsm't Liin of
Steamis. The daily line of steamors be
tween onr city and Buffalo, was established
yesterday. The Paciflc, Captain Ed.
Kelly, left this port at three o'clock in the
afternoon. Travelers will find this oust
agreeable and delightful route.
Gciiikix Shsshah hirs To-htoht. This
dlatinguUhed officer will arrive here at
nine D'cjok this' evening. He will prob
Diy remain in the city over night. We
have not been able to learn that any defin
ite action has been taken, to give him a
wrix Aiarva To-nvr. Battery H. 1st
Ohio Light Artillery, Captain 8. W. Dorsey,
ten waantngton Biinaay night, and will
arrive here to-day, probably on the 9:55,
A. M., Pittsburgh passenger train. Thay
will receive a hearty welcome.
BiSHoa Burz-Thia excetdiirlv torti7a
magician gives another entertainment at
Brainard's Hall to-oirht.on which , .t-
the widows and orphans of soldiers killed
the war will take a benefit, A Urge num
ber of presents will be riven awav. ...!
The Bignor had arousing house last ni.ht.
He should have an overflowing hall to-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS CITY NEWS. THE NEW OF THE WAR!
TS80P3 C01IX6 E031I! :
ABRIV1L OK THIS 105TK 0. T. I.
Public Reception and Entertainment.
Our citizens and people awoke yesterday
mornng to a realising sense of the fact that
the gallant old 105th O. V. I. was to reach
this city early in the day, and they were
in a fever of cariosity to see and greet and
welcome them, until they came, and then
they gave way to every demonstration of
joy, and honored the returning boys with
a very creditable and gratifying reception
and entertainment. The regiment arrived
about half past twelve o'clock, and were
grantad the privilege of a good wash from
the dust and soil of travel, at the Union
Depot. Meantime the corps of operatives
belonging to the dining establishment of
Messrs. Wheeler k Russell, were busy in
the Publio Square, in preparations for a
sumptuous dinner for tbe bjya. Between
one and two o'clock the column bagau
moving from the depot, headed by Leland's
band and the Mayor and city authorities.
The organisation of the regiment is as
Lieutenant ColonelGeorge T. Perkins.
Major Cbarlra G. Erf wards.
Burgeon C ti. Fowler. '
Assistant 8urgon Turnbull. j
Adjutant A. Dickerman-
O. A Captain S. B. Btambaugh, Lieut.
K. B. Smith.
Co. B Captain A. D. Braden, Lieut. J.
Co. C Lieutenant W. C. Olds.
Co. D Captain B. G. Morgaridge, Lieut
Co. E Captain PatVn Himrod, Lisut.
Wm. H. Forbis.
Co. F Captain A. G. Wilcox, Lieht
Co. G Captain ft. G. Bee, Lieut.
Co. H Captain W. B. Tattle, Lieut. J.
' Co. I Captain Wm. Wallace, Lieut. Wm.
Co. K Captain H. H.tlummings, Lieut.
The lOoih numbers 330 enlisted men and
21 officers 551, all told. It was recruited
in Lake, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Geauga and
Mahoning counties, and was mustered here
at Camp Cleveland, August 21,18 12, andleft
next day for Kentucky over the Columbus
road. It belonged to the Army of the Cum
berland under Rosecrans until the battle of
Stone River, after which it was merged in
the 14th Corps under General Thomas. It
has been with Sherman in all his glorious
tour, from Chattanooga to Atlanta, from
Atlanta to Savannah, from Bavannah to
Richmond and Washington, and yesterday
it completed the' magic circle by touching
at the point whence it set out three years
ago on its doubtful wanderings. As a regi
ment it has marched bstween five and six
thousand miles, besides an infinite no-count
of miscellaneous marching. Since it reached
Kentucky, the boys had not been conveyed
by steamboat or cars, until they boarded
the train at Washington, westward bound,
The men have endured this infinite
marching and fighting as other regiments
have endured, and are not more decimated
by disease and the efectsof the constant
campaign than other regiment woiked
equally hard. They are a younger looking
set of men than the 93 Lh 0..V. I.,hich ar
rived Sunday, bat they seem equally hardy,
self-reliant and intelligent.
The regiment marched to tbe Park, sa
luted on either hand by crowds Tf men,
women and children, who thronged the
streets and darkened windows, balconies
and doors, and as tbey moved on stately
and grand, flags and innumerable handker
chiefs wavednd thousands of voices spoke,
the welcome which Was in all hearts and
beamed in all eyes. They filed into the
Park, and formed themselves into three
sides of a square, stacking arms. Charles
W. Palmer, Esq., advanced in the area
and extended to the gallant men an earnest,
eloquent welcome in behalf of the
city and, as he appropriately added, of the
people of Ohio.
On the conclusion of the brief speech of
welcome, the men marched in double file,
im citiior ;io or iu Tame, through the
long line of tents pitched for their con
venience and comfort daring the enter
tainment. A bountiful dinner was fur
nished them, which was duly appreciated
by tbe men who had been without' food
since the night previous. Dinner over,
the regiment took their position again,
and received the congratulations of all,
tbe kind attention of acquaintances, the
hearty geod cheer of friends and the an
speakable massive enjoyments of sweet
hearts and wives. Those not fortunate
enough to meet with the . latter class,
sprawled, many . of them, upon the
grass, and, like the hero of old, got
strength and rest from contact with mother
earth. One romantic scene we witnessed,
but we are no artist,- and can't begin to do
justice to tbe subject. We are not good on
color or proportion. But we'll outline it,
and trust the lively imagination of the
reader to supply all of tint and grace thai
is lacking. Johnny had come marching
home, and she of the unspeakable name
was there to witness his triumph. Surely,
she was not wife. Barely, she was sweet
heart. Like two drops of quicksilver they
tremble and rush into one. . Valor meets
grace, and there is no end of the bagging,
to. He does not drop her hand for an in
stent, lest she if away, and the dream
break. He is demonstrative, as being
the bolder of the two and knowing hi
comrades; she is timid and bashful
before the eyes of a regiment and tha on-
lookingerowd, and testifies only by certain
magnetic indications her joy to be folded.
his "long-lost Betsy," in his arms. An
hour's talk follows all too quick, and then
Johnny goes marching over to camp, and
bride to be goes we know not whither, but
not a thousand miles away
We have inadvertently omitted mention
ing that Battery C, 1st Ohio Light Artillery,
Captain M. B. Gary, arrived at the samu
time, and shared in the triumphal march
and entertainment It number 124 men,
and is officered as follows :
Captain M. B. Gary, eommandincr. 1
1st Lieutenant J. B. Stevens and Thomas
2d Lieutenant James Storer and Edwin
The battery, which formed a part of Col,
Barnett's regiment, waa recruited ia Lake,
Ashtabula and Geauga, -counties and waa
mustered here September 9, 1661. It re
enlisted in January, 1864, and ha been
with Sherman. . ' ' ' '
The men hare gone into camp, where
they will remain a few days, until paid off
and allowed to go home. : ;
The 12th Wisconsin Battery came in with
the troop mentioned above, and were
lunched at the depot, and . went on West
Agadimt or Mcsio. We have room .and
time enly to say that the performances at
the Academy last night 'passed eff in , the
most gratifying and successful manner.
The pieces were of a sort toentonain, and
they were put upon the stage in very at-
tractive style. Mr. Lee," the" beneficiary.
never made a happier appearance, and Mr.
Lee won golden opinion from alL Mr. Lee
was called before the enrtain and made a
very neat, appropriate speech, thanking the
vast house for their expressions of confi
dence and appreciation. . ,. -
Mr. Jleron, aa Barney, us uuide,"
sang several capital Irish song, and added
much to the enjoyability of toe occasion.
dr. jvana recitation, were Highly ap
preciated, t -.
PraonAL. Msjor-General Haien, the
hero of Fort McAllister, arrived in town
last evening, and is. now (topping at the
WeddelL Hi many friend will be glad to
learn that the gallant officer is in the en
joyment of good health and spirits. He
intends Tuuung bit Aome, at uarniMTUle
Urrrro States Cotm. The important
case of, loeenthal and Merrick, indicted
Tor conspiracy to seize the United States
steamer Michigan, in September last, came
up in court yesterday morning, and the
trial will probably continue through the
week. Defendants are citizens of San
dusky. Two gentlemen of that bar, Messrs.
Beecher and Goodwin, and Hon. F. T.
Backus, appear as their counsel.
Folic Court The following docket was
disposed of yesterday morning by Judge
Drunkenness Patrick Christy nd James
Sharplsy, $1 and costs, each ; Jaa. Denice,
$2 and costs ; Wm. Roach, case held open
Vagrancy Catherine Donminie, sent to
Work House sixty days.
. Disturbance John Clinton, $5 and
Lewd Behavior Solomon Barney and
Ephraim Myers, the costs.
Assault and Battery Edward Keaton,
$2 and coats.
Grand Larceny Cbar'es Van Ecoy and
Micbael Murray, each bound over in the
sum of S30 bail.
Gsnusu's . &.UTBIXB asb Fcmishixq
Gcooa. The summer weather comes on
apace and such sultry days and nights as
the s of Ahe last week remind one very strong
ly of tbe necessity for summer clothing
Gentlemen in search of elegant, comfort
able,, and stylish suits for summer wear can
find just what thay want at the store of J,
H. De Witt and Company, Nas 7 and 11,
Public Square. The stock of this firm is
one of the finest we hsve ever -sen, it is
made of the best material, in the latest and
best stylos tnd is offered at a rate to suit
the decline ia prices. One can make him
self a new man, sartorially speaking, in the
eonrse of an hoars' time, by the judicious
expenditure of a few dollars at De Witt's.
Their stock of gentleman's furnishing goods
acdjsriderware is complete. . We recom
mend all those desirous of buying clothing,
and etpcoially the " b)ys m blue " who are
about to doffthe blue aforesaid and resume
the dress of citizens, to call at DsWitt's.
Micbail Mdesat Aoaix Michael Mur
ray, the ruffian who treated a boy of the
"boot-black fraternity so shamefully a week
or two ago, ha been hauled over tbe coals
before the Police Court on the charge cf
grand larceny. The offense was committed
in November, J 863, and it was mutually
agreed upon by tbe parties, that all should
be forgiven and go well if he would enlist,
go into the army and behave himself. He
enlisted, bat jumped the bounty, and never
spent a week in camp. Nemesis has over
taken him, and he is now pat in the way of
being brought to justice, being arraigned tn
the old charge. He waa examined yester
day and bound ever to the next term of the
Court of .Common Pleas, in the sum
$300 bail, failing to find which he was ent
Ixjovttnn . Oedmaici. Theordinanee
regulating bathing does n't seem to " regu
late " it to any very considerable extent.
The heavy majority of the cases of offense
on the Police Court docket, now-a-days,
concerns boys and youths wo either d"
not know that there is an ordinance in ex
istence, or don't care whether there is not.
Last Saturday there were two dczen cases
of violation of this ordinance. Yesterday
morning there were forty -one, each of whom
was fined the costs. We suppose that tbe
boys think in these days, when a stamp is
put on everything, whether useful or orna
mental, they can afford to pay the tax im
plied in ''the oosts," for such a luxury
"goin' in swimmin', " this hot weather.
Postal Matties. The success of the
system of free delivery of mail matter in
Cleveland may be estimated by reference
to the following table, which shows the
amount of business in the Carrier's de
partment of the Poet Office, for the month
of May :
Do. of mail letters dtllrered .S9.4T4
Bo. of dr.-p letters
r.o. or m-wtrpap-rt
The street letter boxes are on hand, and
will be pat up some time next week.
Tie Postmaster General has changed the
name of the Post Office hitherto called
Coddinrville, in Medina county, 0., to
"Smith Road," and has appointed Thomas
Vsn Orman Postmaster.
Rksiched Two of the b Bit officers of the
5th U. S. C. T., that first and best colored
regiment recruited in this State, Chaplain
Patto'n of Jferwalk and Quartermaster J. B.
T. Marsh of Oberlin have res gned, deem
ing the war pitjwctisally at an end and their
services needed at home fully as much as at
the front. We do not say too much, as their
fellow officers and the men under their
charge will unanimously testify, when we
a::rt that two better officers never 'held
their respective positions. Both held of
fices of the higheBt importance, but which
are too frequently entrusted to neglectful
and unqualified hands both were models
in their respective duties. Their regiment
will miss them sadly, but frier da at home
will welcome them back with joy.
Asothss Jail Bian. Charles Van Secy,
on the night of the 1st inat., stole several
eoets at the Franklin House. West Side. He
is a notorious horse thirf.snd has now turn
ed up in a new role. He does n't seem to
have availed himself of any considerable
strategy, fjr he was immediately arrested
and lodged in the city prison. He was ex-
amined in the Police Court yesterday, and
bound over in bail of J.J00. Having no
money and no friends willing to go his
bail, he waa sent tojail to keep Mike Mur
Resolotios or th 93th 0. V. I. We
willingly give place to the following card
NmtTT-EIOBTH Reoihkict O. V. I., )
Caxf Clivlad, Otaio, June 5th. J
At a muting of the officers of the 98th
regiment 0. V. I , held for the purpose of
expressing the acknowledgements of tne
regiment to the citizen of Cleveland for
courtesies received at their hands. Surgeon
McCracken, Major Craft, Captain Sterling,
Co. h.. Lieutenant Clendenintr, in. U, Lieu
tenant McGongle, Co. I, and Lieutenant
Carver, Co. F, were appointed a committee
to prepare appropriate resolutions.
The following were reported and adopted
by tne regiment:
Resolved, That the warmest thanks of
this regiment are due and are nereoj ten
dered to the citizens of Cleveland for their
manifestations ot regard for us, and to the
ladies of tbe Soldiers' Aid Society for en
tertainments prepared under circumstan
ces so unfavorable ; that they be assured
we appreoiate the kindness no less than we
did the entertainments, and that they be
requested to conaider the patent apprecia
tion of the one as an evidence of the heart
iness of the other.
Raolved, That we recognize in our recep
tion tbe realization of our hopes, that the
homes for which we have so long been
fighting, are secured, and are worthy again
" to win our feet to walk the angel aide of
life," a satBcient return for all our past toils
and dangers, and a salification for the
graves of our fallen comrades.
, . m. . r . i f
JUSOlvea, inatacopj oi aueao reetuutiuoa
be. forwarded to the Cleveland Leader,
Cleveland Herald, Lhio bta.it Journal, and
Soldiers' Aid Society of Cleveland, with a
W. A. McCRACKEN,
Chairman of Committee.
H. A. CARVER, Secretary.
Sensible Ordihasc City Marshal
Sehmitt announoes that the following
clause of an ordinance sgcinst throwing
filth into streets and alleys, will be strictly
enforced. It would not seem necessary to
enforce an ordinance so manifestly reason
M No cerson shall throw or deposit, or
permit to be thrown or deposited, any dirt,
paper, filth, sweepings of any store, house,
shop or office, or any .ashes, shavings, filthy
water, onai, straw, wooa, stones, ear in,
manure, refaee mattor or rubbish of any
kind whatever, into any street, lane, alley,
or publio ground, or place used as a street,
lane, alley or public ground." . ,. . .. i
Atlaxtio axd Ossa Wr8TEE Railroad.
The frequent blockade of the Franklin
Branch of the Atlantic and Great Western
Railroad has operated injuriously to the bus
iness interests of Cleveland, and has bean
productive of muoh ill-feelinc on the part
of those living oa tbe line and at and be
yond the termination of that most indis
pensable thoroughfare. It looks as if
freight loaded here ought to reach Its des
tination within two or three days at the
outside, but the cases are by no means iso
lated where it is three, four", six and even
eight weeks reaching the hands of con
signees, Tbe consequence has been that
perishable property has become worthless
to large amounts, the merchants have suf
fered losses by depreciation and the want
of goods, and the consumers have been
curtailed of necessary supplies, and, what
interests us particularly, the trade supply
ing the oil regions, of which this ia the
natural fountain head, is serious y injured.
To a large extent it has. become necessary
to resort to the sxprers companies for tbe
transportation of goods most urgently need
ed, and they have in consequence been so
overwhelmed with business that they have
failed to perform their duties witn their
usual promptitude, aiid tbey stand little
higher in the estimation of tnose who de
pend upon them than the railroad com
panies. Without being an apolug;st for tbe short
comings of tue managera of the road, or
holding them entirely blameless, we wish
to say this much, that they have had to en
counter difficulties, and iormidableones too,
that they have not yet b-en able to sur
mount, but which are now in a fair way of
being overcome, and wa hope that b !'re
the axptratioa of many weeks the bb i ,ie
will be effectually removed. The road oiids
near Oil City, where there is not even room
enougn between th hill and river to put
down a switch, much less have depot
grounds ; so, of course, loaoed freight cars
cannot be run and stand there long ecough
to be unloaded. The hill ia being excavat
ed and the river hank tilled in so that par
tial freight -accommodations vgill aoou be
provided. At Kno Station, two miles be
low, where there is plenty cf room lor side
tracks and warehouse, it was only very
recently that land could be bought for such
purp-mes. - Now that the land has been se
cured it is reasonable to expect that iu a
short time accommodations will be made
for handling all the freight that may be
sent from that point. We, understand tbat
it is in contemplation to -Build a wharf and
have boats take the freiqht and land it at
Oil City. When tnia ia dune there ought to
be no further cau3o for complaint.
Tnat loaded care are switched off st way
stations and stand days together, shows
dereliction on the pr-rt uf sjmtbody ; tbat
freight, after it reschns its destination, is
not promptly delivered to the owners, is a
second dereliction, both of which the man
agers of the road are interested in lemedj
ing. That it will be done under '.he pres
ent management we have fai .h to believe.
Of the retired officers we have no opinion
to offer, but the executive oltlceis are men
of well earned business reputations. J. J.
Shryock, Eaq., President ol the Pennsyl
vania division, is a man of admirable busi
ness qualifications, and enjoys in an emi
nent degree the confidence of his follow
citizons of Mesrlvillo. The new Soneein.
Bladen, Mr.-- McLaren, and the General
Freignt Agent, Johu 14. Osborne, Esq , were
chosen fortheir ability and great ei p. rience,
nuu wo iwiio.a tra woiidj ol public confi
dence. In our buaineas with the, UMr we
have found him a courteous and ploaaant
RuutiouiBu. i wunps ib ia niting here to
speak a pleasant word of the ijeveland
Agent, Mr. Charles Grcff. who. in arid tiun
to nisconiplete knowledge of his duties, is
a general lavorite amongatthose with whom
he comes in business contsct.
We feel persuaded that things on the
Franklin branch will assume a better
snspe, as soon a tbe improvements men
tioned are completed. Till that time wo
trust our readers will have patienoe. and
suspend judgment. Wo should not have
written tbis article were there not so man
expressions of bitter hostility to the maj. y
umou.w iu. Atlantic ana trreat vveBteru
Th GxAitn Cosoist to-xioht Our music
loving readers cannot surely forget the
splendid treat offsrod them this evening,
We havenot heard the performances of these
artistes, but they have a woild-wide repu
tation, and are greatly be-paieej every
where. The New York Commercial Adver
M'lle De Katow, who p!ay upon
tne violoncello, is probably the i
lady plav i tr world upon that instru
ment. She hss a pleasing face, a fine
figure, and must expressive features. She
handles the violoncello with grace and
skill, plsys with exquisite grace and deli-
wiiu rare warmtn ol leel ng.
Tne pianist, M. Wehli, has a piace among
the very first performers on the piano. His
execution is wonder I ul. With either hand
it is faultless, and the rapidity of his move
ments and the lightness of his touco are
truly marvelous. He was encored in every
piece, the sudiecce refusing to let him off
wiuiout Jurtnorexhibitmus of his singular
b'l'Jy. There have been many eminent
r j.. o w aura, out none nave noa
tuah sadden fame as Mr. Wehli.
Address at th Camp. We are informed
by Mr. Esty, mail agent on the MahuuiDg
train, that ex-Governor Tod will arrive
here to-djy, about ton o'clock. Ho will
leave tbe train at tho crossing on the data,
and proceed to Camp Cleveland and address
tbe l5lh ReglnieuW,
Th 'Fcust Feeschsah. Moneieur Du
bois, the great humorist, the funny French
man, will give two of his characteristic
lectures on ''Fronch, English and American
Blunders," next Thursdny and Friday even
ings, in B'ainerd's Hall. We are glsd to
know that something oapital in tbe humor
line is coming along, for we need all the
"consolation" we can get iu this hot, op
Detriipiated Depository for N PuMfo Hon lea,
and FiaaABcial Agent of tha U aired atatos.
Authorized fcubscriptlon Agent
This Bank havina; bejn a, ointfJ a iHtpualtory
and Ktnaorml Ahnt or trie G4rD" nt. will
promptly fill all ordra (or tho to polar 1-0 Loan.
bow twins rapld-y tatftm. The dcl.ua in Ootd
wartl cooaiar.e to render thta Lotto a w,irMe tn
vea meni Ihrufmal coatmtsaoo al owed to Bantu
and bankers who buy to a 11 agatci.
riT Per cent. Lfgal Tender Notet..
With aoeraed inter eat addd, rec tvod lu payment
tor aa acrtptiona. turvd Coafona ptlc on
pfesentaUiiu. L'nlted dtat VotKhtr iarchasrd,
and maiming cert ilici. tea of i ndf ttedooas col
po:2iH W. L. OTfTTKB. Cashier.
Tli. mmWi of the M?lt-al Profesal"n tre
reamted to mnrt at th ofllo of Dr Brooks this
(Ttuaday) araBing.. Important buaiotsa oa haod.
By order of Fiaano ttemtniue. j an 6 a 16
' Pprfad out th bonnet record here,
Oi day mud aicd r.Trrnce d ar ;'
Let the w rid andersCMid that Dr D. A. EceyVa
liquid Catarrh Reni'dr la a praait an certain
onr for Catarrh, Ootd laths Head, and all d il
of the lioad caustd by tha abLOimal condition
of the sieubrana lining. Jnu5'h3
SUOOt) Pewaril.-U atore reward will be
glen to any pen n who can furnish a preicrlp-
tiou for Cooshs, Cold. v hooping Lou&n, Attbma
and ConauiDptioo, which la tqiat to lr. titiick
I ana's Mttliflaoas rough Balsam. This balnam
will cure the abTe complAiata, also emitting of
blood and night swea t. Cne bottle is sufficient
for any one to t y. The worst canes of chro me
a. ugh, asthma, whocniog cough and primary cas
of coMUJiption are cured by I'r. Strick'and's Mel-
bfloooa tJouh Itaisam. It can bs had at any
Benton k Tunhau. Agents. OleYeland, 0. m6:6
BUY THE BCST.
TH HCRBAKlt MIIWKK.
THE MOST PEBKCr IM THi WOULD. '
Th. undersigned' ha.a taken the Agency of these
Jnstly-c.tebra.ud Mowl g Maohltee, and offer
taeai to tha farmers of tnle Tlciuttj, at the manu
facturer's prices. JOHS DAVIS A CO.,
Jun3:21S 14? Octarlo atrcet.
Ijamr,' Knlttlaia; aaneblne. Oi-ncs
TaiTjarnAT. Tne sreatest Invention cf th. axe.
Sarroars tha toe. ka'ta the heel, complete la ons
picoe. Will do all that it Is proml-.ed to So in onr
etrxuUra. Call oa er address, with stamp, A. L.
jQmiH)H, HO Superior St., Cleveland. mje7:21s
The World's Opinion of Hostetter's
Teaching th BITTIB8 this fact Is dear,
. Tbe'r fame fll's all tha Wasters emits fcaee
Known la all laada, washed by Its ocean twa'n,
Health, kepe aad vl(or follow is their train.
nsteter's Bitters thara tha oommie fata
Of all things good Impostors Imitate. . r. .... .1
Of these beware eiscrea-'lv ue)od eyes
From honest houres purchase yoar aaepltea.
TBI OCTKRNalENr lMDORSaTHlHT. '
In orcer to (naif against danseroiis Impvltioas
the public, ar ncjneeted to take (special note of
the boantllul ugraved ptwpnstary stamo, tkrbech
which th. Government ot tha United Plates aa
thentlcatea every bottle of ini'IITU t BUT.
TECS. Tnil ahield, thrown by the Government
over tbe proprietors and th paelie for their joint
protection, la placed coeapicuooely across the cork
and over the neck of eea botile, aad eanaot fell to
B'rlke th. e y. of the most ae.nal observer. 'otbmg
that purports to bs Hotte'ters Bitten can be
ger.niue nU'sa ths stamp is there.
Ilia also proper to Mala that ths" Bltteas ar
ao:d exclneivel j in glees and never ander any sir.
camttancee by the gallon or the barret. Impaawra
and Imitatora are abroad, aad the 01 ly safegnard
the pnbllo have againat thara le to ee that the
Sitteis they bay bear the engraved label aid ante
of head ol Meeera. rjuatuter A emits, and th
atamp above mentioned . Jan ASe-lw.de
O. A. EEAD, . W. WOODWOETH, V. H. EXAD.
C. A. READ & CO.,
S BDPIBIOtt BT OuKTBAiAsTD, OHIO,
Authorised Snbecriptlone Ageats tor th.
Th unl commfseioa at I u wad to Aanka and
Banker, who buy to sail again.
COLD, B1LYIK, C01T053, XXHUHfll,
CANADA AND UNCURRENT WO NET,
Buy and sail all dascrtptloua of
srrWealao buy end set! on Oommiasfon ail kinds
Of Stork, and Bonda at tha M. T. fitook Kietaauga.
All oiv-vrs by mail or express promptly Aland.
Raw-aoe Citato pa tor mmoMM
ITCH. WHEATOS'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will on re the Itch la 45 boors sun Cures Bait
Kheam, Ulcere, Chilblains, aad all Eruptions af
the Skin. Price 60 cents. By sending SO cents to
Weeks end Potter, 1T0 Washington at., Boaton, will
be forwarded free by mall. - For aale by all Jrraf
aiate. BTkoaa A Aaaeraoaa, Cleveland, Agents
for or them Ohio. KklazF daw
avew half the sap and half the work. Is
worth mora than all the washing nrschlaas sver
invented I Fold bv Drugglets aad Grocers. Ask
for LiUlmooa-i WaMmt Cryetoi. W. L PORT IB
Agent, lOf Bant street atylSalAW
E. B. 1ULK, EaB&er,
. . 60YIR5MI1T LOU AGIST,
111 Superior Bt.
Soacrlptlona received to th.
"7 3-10 fib Cxsr. abd 10-40" Kattokal
Loas. - - -
Ooesmlealoa allowed to Subeorleera.l
HerC. 8. Bond, of 1881, A-aV's, 10-40's, Treaenry
Notee, and all other government recnrltlea par-ch.ee-1
end for sale on the moat favorabi terms.
Ooid, Mlver, Ooepvna and tkneda money bongnt
and sold at beat ratie, lleixIM received aad Col
lecllona mad. at all aeoeaeib. peanta- Oncorrant
lands converted at loweat rate. Beveaaa Stamps
ECTURB. PKOF. E. O. DUBOIS,
i 4 AT BBaINA tl'a HiLL,
On THCEriDAi and FR- ''AT T rings, Jane
8tb and 9th.
Pcbjict; French. Angalah aad American Biun
Admission SO cents. Commnces at 9. -Order
carriage at ba'f-pwt9. Jun6:216
A CADiiilX V MUbiO.
Dross Olrcte and Farquette 6U cenw; Secured Beats
to Draaa Oirole, T6oenta; Family Oirrle, oUoents;
Galiary, U6 cents, Private Boxes, 96 aad
p narie aeats in rrivaie noxes, i.
sTOolored persons will, undr no ctrcumsUn
cee, be permiited to occupy seats la Bay other por
tion of tbe bouse, save the Galiary. Admission -too.
Boors open at 7. Ourtain. tiaes at S. . ,
BENEFIT OF MR. HTM 01. tEl.
Upoa wHjb oco'.sit.n Mrs. 8 mcoe Lee will appear
iu stx char act era.
Mr. Jobn Her jn (Barney, the Guide ) wl I also
give a noa-ber of hia cbara torlntiosongi.
MoadHy ev nli k, June 6th, will be presented a
new miU.ary Cou.edi, in two ac s, sailed tne
B'kaBA K ROOsl;
Or, THE MIt 1TARY MRRT40-L
A niw pcem, a-Bichmoud is On.s," by Mr. B.
ktrtraa Irlma. I anlaT rut" Ml. Jam rToTUU.
Af ar hich a new Farce, wiltUn by Mra.8imcos
Ie, briV.-N ATrJ13UWH WIM. -Hong
' Fat Malay,' Mr. Ji.hu Heron. (.
To conclude with the near Far-e calitd
0C5 t AHEllIOl.
To morrow first tirand Oonoart by the Strakoaeh
Tr'upeof A mats.
FgIfTto every person
On KON0AT, June 5, 1305, a farewell benefit far
Ani TPE-BiT Aveniog, June eth, benefit for the
ORPHANS AND WIDOWS
OF IHB8Jl.Blfilt6BILLlDl5Tfll VAtt.
8 B tnanVs the inhablcanti of this city tor th
klud i, at on g ibe have beatowad upoa him dur
iut ria titay, anl he bes to m orn them that he is
tring tOK'fea PHBiiCMTtO EVBRi PEUdojVe.
the t-n trance dor, on piju nt cf tbe Admission,
oa the ab ve n ght. Uef-idea this tha Hoor will
girt a ay the f 1 owin vuoable pnsenta at the
cuacltsi B-f bis enter laiDment.
int uf Gits ror ti (Muonay) Br suing, Tare-
I UaNlel Dl 117 .
tieht s carat god Ettgiisb Patent L-ver Watc
va'ae 9' , taay s is curat, aoia angu-n r stent
Lv(r Watch, value rJU, B.lvt-r ' oflee rot an id
gold fingnr rieg, silver castor, value 1A, a gold
irgtirti ring, sotiJ aold poacil cas-, siivar patent
beil, solid gad writing puy siter tcbacco tot,
srolil resard ring, panaag o' Java coffee. sivir
piMe', a gt Id r gard ring, SJl d gtd pt-nciUaaa.
two "i ver tttvr snlvk-a, a gold naid ring, rack
aK beat tea, six live tea poope, a Held regard
ring, ai'ver d M.rt spoon, silver sugar shell, gold
r gerd ribg, twoailver Iruit kntvts, six rlivor taa.
8p ods, a gt d regard r log, liver paUnt tell, large
lg of tbe test flour, aOid locks, a gid iegrd
rlu , a la y's gold hair ornsmea t, a s lid gold fio
t' r nog, a gold r gri ring, silver gobtss, gold
ilt.g r nog, IX st'vev tea apooris, a gnid regard
nrg.ao reof pet faiiry, silver fruit knim, a gold
reg rd ring
'i hi siie amount of preswta w'U be alven away
on 'fur da wVoeing, for the b milt of wi- ows aod
r"ht)S. o whici i cc-atoas the ad m Baton will be
Fii jr 4 fuia tu all paru of ihe Hli oi tha above
nig -t. Vourw will be open at 7 stock; eomm-ajtce
. i ) f c'- June6
IG3 AJiD HAIS WOSli.
0 ITS XKH ISTABLISIXIU,
TBB LAA0BM Ut TBB STATS,
IK Kit rsuMxa i0 UDIE51 Kill ORUillll
a.anawr-rer of all kinds of Wise, tsdsalai
toak ao reeeiuulee aalare aa a oefy the elesss
orotlt.y. A very large aad iaaantlrdl stock e
HjMG But, ib-uosht by the proprietor (roa
SiXue, for HITOhSe and BBAlTiti Ine gaea
aamortment aver seea la this eity.
ful!es' rrOBt flocm and SalMTlg
in every eayaa with eH uaprsvaiaanss.
srivj or OCbUi, mad from rraaee Matsm
Car Led Hair (gnaaalaid.)
Tiua-iB DullbLB end TBirioS BOWS,
f I'SUrALlA Aa
at Mle By tne adverteMt, aqaal to tttoa. tmptii Is.
Braid, aaad. tau any kind of rjf al-lfraai
Sf Bow without Injory to Bwlloe.
LAD I A3 BAiil 0BB6blrl9ui taa aroat ariTB
. a etd faehuael.la atylea, - '
ear au work warraated as r.iiaaaailse
( .rt -l r DITI!u .. n
1-HB FLOiUUiCA .
It has many Imnruveeaeata ove aay aad all '
It aaa tha reveralble feed, Isadiag th. oloth eltka
to the rifnt ar left, to etaf a Beam ar laaten t a
avdB of Beeraa. It takes fcnr different stf tr-aea, tha
tjcok, DonMe bock, Knot aad Doable Knot each
being alike oa both noes of aba tabrla. Ite ma
aona are all p-Mltlve; sews tbe thtokest ol thrnneat
abrtrw wilhout aliarore of teaatoa. Hems aay
Hth hem, fella, braids, qollta, binds, gather a, aad
em .Q a raffle at the same ttme.
rnblto erjsar, Oteeelaaa, ami Be. Y Men
vV.' ytrrgyjeBjet?g iTg-jgg
50,!) Jl'ST BECKIYEB,
WOTT BAJGHT-8, IBS Bank ss
Bat Mll VA4I Se-tl.
FLOUR AND FEED.
FLOUR I FLOUBI FIiOUB f- AT BI
DUCEB PBICES 0,000 bbls freak aroaad
rionr, all grades; soma very choice brands of Bad
aad White Wheat, anl table tar fatally or kaker'a
aae. for eele at Warehouse, hn Merwta st. Gro
oerymen. Bakers and others la waatwlU eonanlt
their own lAtareaU bf examlprag onr stock.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, June 5. 1865.
Tbe two days1 f om Ku operaceiTed
Faturday eTf ntng hTwat Bdrance of about one
par cent, on American M-rltif orer the ratae
brcughl by the Fersia on Thcrradf . The) offset ef
this ta noticeable fa the further dlvlaunow er de
mand from shipper of specie, who a.lBg thus
partially realised their expectatl na of a n-action
abroad tn cur GjrerTJin-nt booda are ttiapraad to
await a attll farther foMilmant of th lr aoicip-
Uosa, and uiake their rntniitaao. a at a kss coat
tbauja gold at pceaent prtcas. Tb:s vithdrsw.l
of demand tended to weak n the mar: et for Gold
to-day, aad ten ugh do mater al dediaa was wab
Itrhed tatr wm Vm irma sa apparent ia the
reaiy aubmhwioo to tbe fall. Tha cKsiag price at
this afternooo'a Bond wai rtOTernment
Bonds la Ni w tutk ar rfport- d tinner, but oo de
eHe4 ehwge ll not d in prices.
Tha local nmnef market works Tery close for
eurraaoy, and Ban ken a e conflnlrg their acoom
Biodatiok to coatomtrs, who are favored si epar
Inglf as poaalble. Bxchmge Is strlugent, and with
aa improTvd dema fl during the put few days most
or the Banks haYefouud it oecaary to ship cur
rency to maintain, their balances The selling rate
la eonscoufntly stronger, and is quoted firm to
day at prt-mtom ; baying at par.
Mtrcaatlle circles here were 1ee firm to-day, D"
the volume o'bnaioe-w dclag is so meaxre that
prices are bettr sastained than would be the cave
under a more active condition of the niarketa.
'We are able to note no chacge to-dy in Flour, but
sales are on a Try limit d scale. Mo. 1 red Whett
old at a decline of Ste. Other grain are aomiDaUy
uDChanced, Provisions ar steady. Hhwloee
are lower, aud oloaed weak. Produoe eonti&Dea
The following were the receipts and ehfpmrnts
at this poiot by Ballroad, Lake aad Canal of lead
ing ertie'es during the forty-eiht hours ending
at seven o'clock this morning:
Ber ey. ba
r ed i, Ibsw.
riah, ha. I bbla....
lite Bua, lu-ed
ll uo Oie. t.na..w
1 run, n .....
a la and e'ptkes, Us.
t bugles, No.
felt, bb a
N. Y. Money Market—June .5.
iterlin; S-KciianareQQlet and firm at 110
(Jib H for sold.
B3olct Bn I and lower, opening at 1364, ad
vancing to XSbi and cloaitig at Uoi.
New York Stock Market—June. 5.
CleveratTaont Mtoetta) Firmer. Tlve-twea-r"es,
ooui-ods, 10.?.; do n.w iaaae 103 bixea of
81, con poo,, 109bij.
Stameste. Dall and lower. Fort Wayn.
Thkaao A Korthwtern do p.eferree 641;
Clevelead A PitiaborpS 6R;krie 75"; Reading a-,;
N a. Central SK-: t.hl.A Hiaalialppl OerliBcaks
t; Teaneas, .lies fbi.
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, June 5, 1865.
Loan a, aiUi.tlH.MS
6, SKI. i S
' Le,al lender Notes-....
D. create .........
Prleeaof Minfeg Stocks bH In Boaton to day:
Central 4&i Ooper a" ells 16-;,; Hancock 6, yqlo
National Bank of Cleveland.
DESIQNA TED DEPOSITORr
Asm FinkSoiAf. Aasar orrna Osirsn Btatbs.
Special Agent for t&& Sale cf
tha 7 3-10 IYo.es.
Five pur oent. LegU Tender Notes received in
payment of aaiue wi.U accrued fntert-et.
All detcriptiouaof GovenuneatSecar.tiOrBoet;ht
and ioid at best rates. sp2j ia
X. J. TAKMICB, j. t. paint kr, jas. tarmkh.
Farmer & Painter,
Ho. 115 Superior St., Clerelsad, Ohio,
; UNItBD STATS3 LOAN AGENTS
roa ths sals er th
Dealers la Gold, Bllver, tJoupon. Ixchange, Caaa.
da and Cnoarrent MoLev.
Bny and ! a'l diaoripUum of GVBBFMIST
uBirrs oa wci asd ayd isslaxd.
CO UPON S
Cashed in Gold
05 L1BSBAL TBRM3.
Cleveland wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVERING, June. 5. 1865.
Frelsrrjtw The loliowtng are the raasa by Lake
(atram) ad Rail from this poit to Hew Tork and
Boston. All Ball rates are Ave een's higfat r.
. To Hew York First olaaa : fl,7; rjeooad clam:
11,00; Third claas : 82c ; Fonrth class: 60s. Floor,
11.00; Wool, $1,76.
To Boat n. F est claas: $1,38; Second e'aas:
$1,09; Third clay: Bob; Fourth class : Mo. Floor,
$1,10. Wool $I,W.
faonB Ball and hardly so firm. W. continue
to quota for roond lota at $7,OS(jjT,'0forXX red
$H,il a8,M) for XX white.
. WkeeaS Doll aad nominally 2c lower on lo. 1
red; no movernenta of lo. 'i. Sales 3 cars No. 1
Wabaih red Ir.m atore at tt 60.
lera No aa-.es reported and market aamlaal.
Bald at 62C6o.
asaaSN du et and ateady. Sales 3 ears from store
st 5 c.
- Atwv lnactlva and nemiaal.
Btarlej Bossies rtfoitedand market nomi
nal. pork Tn air trade demand and steady at $25,.
00 for oity-packed meea and $30,00 for do e'ear. rale
20 bbla meea at tha notation.
Ijtrd In MM demand Bale 1000 lbs eity
rende.ed In tierces and k-gs at 19 and Se.
tamokeel FJeetJi Kalr demand and steady for
city cored meata at ths following pricee: Sugar,
eared hams 13a far canvassed and tin for nncan-
vaased ; poda hams toe ; bacon 18c ; ehqojdera 16e ;
dried beef lvo foreanvaawd and IS for ancanveased.
alea at qnotarlonB of leraj r BorarSerred hama.
ltonfti plain hams, 1000 ma ruled beef, and (00 Its
Jeve Kaer-J'i(it and stsady at $16,00 frr rlty
parVM. Ptnttr Dn'l aad drootfrr. Good to prime
Weatvra Baaerr. qaoted at .
Kaa Xntea. Small aalea at
C'betemaA--I. good steady demen-1 lor aew It.
dairy at 12X4I' for fair to prime.
AaUrkwajaew--Lower. Sale this morning of 10
kbta at $l,"5, th. market closing at tbla 0,1 re.
AVlnerbol ktaraet qcl.t aud steady. Meld at
$4Jbex4,14 , W per coat. Bentni iroof Spirits
as J,!V. Colovrie Spirit?, M per cent, $4,25. .
arwtrajlajoiu Tha market Is dull and more or
less nominal at 10&72C for reftaed.
lariext Applam Demaud liglit and market
wanker. Bales 10 kbls at 7';c and pay for pack.
Jrried FeMkra-Unpeeled held at 3Tc. Ko
pealed la market.
lkt fluh in gocd reqneat and ateady. Pales
45 half bbls ho. 1 Whltedall at 18,76; .T half bbls
Ho. 1 Pickerel at ta 00 j ii half bbla Berriig at
$.75; U half bbls No. 1 Tront $7,75 ; 10 half btla
Baas at $7,00; 15 half bbls Shad at $7,00.
foist toe B We heard of no sales to-day.
sej Steady. Floeii.l l. Coarse and dronn
aaoaea rrrai. seer rnr state tfrjeoOe. aecord.
lag to quality ; Ohio x5(30o.
8la iteedj. Barley Halt held at 11,70 pai
IM auaer reie taxa' Market steadv. Wa anot.
saeollowel Pveaana Ilea XX AleSlu; Bt3o XXI
(1X.C0; Kerraats i,0: Pal. Oream $11: Portir
Bali and qnarter barrela irt prooortioa.
rater AJjme vew.ao and Akrsn held at
sliaal--weww" land Blaster nr.00 aa.
ton; Calcined $4,00 bbl. .
Ta feOe-wtof ar th rslas ohrterywsi
Haeas enter aar.S aaasalaat kaaas ,,.
aaivnaeierl Hsraa " j ti
Htaowtele'i a HBrajnrJ at s .1T
awwe-vi aaaoaea moes w ap 1 "
a,eurea rcme leai setue-rad ra noaior iroa-
Mmeleaf kuatte-radr'd ia kegs -
-Ho. 1 mesa ai Ot
1 Ma. 1
extra alear w ' w
eeW yr. .xtra eharge aaade to-Tkagaa or eart
sye te rettread denea er beaaPg AS eraeefee aw.
vhimip earea.if pnaee, aav -i la aeywas "
tk otate. Orders prompt !r fJM.
- Boa. let. 14 aad IW jaUrioVma.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 5.
Cmttoia lA2e lower and awe active Sales a
43e lor e,idehng.
A'luarLnll end heavy and lfelfle lower.
Saks at Ss x6o 40 tor extra atate; SO Soar M
az tre roan beaOhia; 7 OUat. 76 lor tree.4
Oreo-la. Ma.ketoloaii g h.avy, with ao beyers at
th- oo'a d pr O'S.
WtatMkjr aeavy aad lower. Weatere 12 0
Vbeaa Wthoat decided cater- Selee Ot I
caKO pring at $1 no chr-lre amrer Aiii.h'gan fl 8 ;
oon.ma winter red Western ft 60.
tinrljr And Barley afalt dull and aemta't
(tea-Meevy ai a Ic low. r. rale, al scSJe fcr
dam.ged mix d weetern; ei9ie f.roa- d do; S'e
f.r kiln d.i.d dc; soisa7o tor common wh u weet
ern. ( attsv-Heavy and 1. war at fir, f T wfst'Te to
arrive, a A edaolor da oa spot, ct.al&g aa see ftr
western on a: ot.
Ousreir- - oilve Cob MaaeoTado 10e)14.
Its w.naaif m Bull.
Ii lr.tl.-iim Ttrill and lower for e-atte. bni
firm for rented in bead aad free, fro alt Mlee as
StSc forrrade; 4,oboo lor nnned la boa; 43 1)
7i. f.r do fiea.
Cork K to' ted and decidedly k laser.
taee at tli 7 i7 SO tor aw meea, ekariag at
75 ream ar, S14 00 for le3-4 aaeae eaeer
an- revnlar way, el..,o at ft A oase; l 60
itial OO iot prim ; S19 Sifelf a) ell for Brine meea.
New me. for Joae and July, seller' aad boyer'a.
oelSr Si6 76e;l7 60.
jiS-f Mired, ralea at S10 00ilrte lor slain'
meea; St laaalS 00 for extra meea.
ttoef Haueaa Sieady aad quiet.
Oat Beau-Vevy firm cam at 12aAJ r
ahonldere; )4hS18c Ar heme.
Ataraam Unlet aed steady
l-faras A little Arm r. Helea at 14)1 80.
Rnller-in demand at U&ioe for ukto, acts' 2b
9'") for Slate.
Ciaeeaae Beavy at 8 loo f jt oommoa to prlsta.
CHICAGO MARKET—June 5.
Flomr Dnll and BalUe lower.
ft viuia and SeS'ji lower. Sale at
91 lHel 20 for o. 1; $1 07 fio. S.
Coraa itall and declined 3c. Sale, at 5.a53o
for No. 1; 4e4cc lor e o 404t for rrjeeted.
,Ha,a A- tire end 3SVc lower; 41a411s.
ttiKhwIrme-Hall at $1
Proa tialooav l-irm aves Pork $!S 75; prim.
meeaSISAO, eee -I pict led Hama 16al7c
Lem-lpva Floor, 7.0J0 bbls; wheat, 64.0OC bai
eorn. S4S et; oa. ej tOJ.
Nl.lpiuenM- w bis floor; 31,000 bn wheat;
171 W ora, ee.'Ooatsl.
BUFFALO MARKET—June 5.
Ploar Poll and nnohaaged.
Wlaeaat-Inll and aomlneX,
t ura Dn'l.
Oats Beld at Ms. end 52: bid. to arrive.
Barley-tale. B.Ota) on ae.fcra at 75c.
Kye Nominal at 7fc
Wrhlaby Held at ti 08; no aalea.
a'aaiMi e-rlate' Hull. To r..w Tork, lie
130 lor wh-et; corn llal lis; oa's 7a7
aako Ituportet - Flonr l.tat beta, wheat
142,726 bu, oo n SI. -Iff, oe'a J6.1 9, barley 350
textual Bra portay tluar 4,786 bbla, w-eat 48..
T4 be com 6s i4, oata s,420 rye 14, C, barley
9,w. (re porta aad exports are for 48 eoais J
OSWEGO MARKET—June. 5.
flostr Btesyfy Sales at $T JB for No. 1 erirlrr;
$7 75 'or red w'nter: $8 otaS 75 for white; $4 Urn
ij (a lot dj ble extr..
Wheel Qolet. Sales amber Michigan SB prt
va e term.
a Hiial Frr-tghra r7cm'rel.
' Uke ltnpuite-1,10 tbla of Soar. S.0CO bn
NlilpmestU-By BaU, 1,371 bbla floor, 1,109 bn
TOLEDO MARKET—June. 5.
Wheat Peellned 2a oa white aad 4e oo rer,
Willi feird-eaand Bale. whit, altch'gan at $1 to;
inb-r Hkhig.a$t at; red Wabaak S. 49.
Beclpls-Per the week, '01, COO bn wheat,
lfu.iao eo. n, S.tiOO e.ta.
bhtpniemtra Wkeat 190.0CO bo, eorn $,000.
Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
Wholesale Iron and Nail Market. MONDAY. June. 5. 1865.
Cleveland, Browa A Co., mannfactnnrs ana
wholesale dealers. Has, 2 and 31 Herwin street,
report a steady market dnring th. past waek at
the prtres stab lahed by tha decline noted on Sat
arday last, which era th. closing Stores to-d -y
Bii'ioesi generally Is good, tha de-Band la hail
IUI BAB IBO.
1 to by to I Inch, per lb. 4"i .
2 to S by P. to IS Inch, 6
IX o l?i by H to Inch, " 5
1 to IJj by 6-16 Inch, " tj
ho aaa aoa ibost.
to 1 by t-16 to J, rnch
ho 18 t2t
No. lis and 26..
Over ai lnciiua wide, jai oeat extra.
lOd np to SOd
8d aad M
d and 7d
Terms cash tn Hew Tork Sxrhang at par, or
funds par hi Cleveland. A discount of per oeat.
Is mad. 11 remitted ea receipt of Uvoloe.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
MONDAY EVERING, June 5. 1865.
Dealers report a cantlnned good demand, and
with moderate receipts th. market in'ea steady.
bommos grade are qeekd lower to-day tbaa at
eur laat week y report, other kinds closing an
chaagtd. A decline is also noted on Joist and
ScantliAg-. Shingles oacbanged. We qnote to
day1, price aa follows :
Pin -rl,-r , aae orvaM OO
, 45 00.ia.i0 UO
, 40 Cai.-atri no
, 20 0Ue3 tO
. 16 ObiigtS to
. 43 l -4
. 38 01
Firat Clear Flooortng, rough.
Second do. Flooring, roOKh
. al ooa ti to
, 20 0Ua 00
Joiet and dcaatling.
01 8 50
5 O is) ti
6 00(o) 5 25
. S 75 (at 4 10
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
9tmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit.
Prop Ooeida, Atwod, Bcffale
Prop Arexea, in lams, lioSaio
Prop Psvcialcs Ktlley, BotTa.0
Prop Klaiira, lhfrn, Baffalo
Prop Foantaia City. Bounds. Buffalo
rrop Arctic, Crost y, Battio
Pioj Mlcbigan. Bcilo, OgdeosbUTgh
Brk Ber ii, GrMU, Buffalo
Brig Iroquol-, Bckr. BofTa!o
Hiig .lube, Olroy, Bay 4ity
Scbr Ha, McBtirnay, Bowsn
fchr J W NlcboiSy Vouug, Martinettsj
8thr Miontbaba Beirj man, Toiedo
Sohr J J Hid, To.1t, bttroit
Acb.r nbooa. Llodgion. gdenabargh
scbrJ gOrd, Judaoa, Huagaon
tschr D Wsgs'aiT, Ptoae, Bouhhka
ochr Kilen beiaa, Arl.bana r, Harwell
8c hr S B-mis, Cburch, Port Cblbirne
Cche J W ekrgent '-aarns. Butaio
benr Sotne.-ki-t, tialnee, Port Huron
cbr Coral, Tbota, Port fiuroa
S om M-gial n Aloaw rth, Black Bitot
Sew Plaoet, Pbaueuf, P'-rt boron
Ocow Ma y and i.uc( O.mtted, Pork Haron
osv-w sent Uutb, Fix, bt-sinaw
ttcoar A Detroit
Stmr CUv of Clerelaud. McKay. Detroli
Pr. p M K-hicao, Rolio, Toiedo
rrcp Fountain Hiy, MoondA, Chicago
Pro, JCiiutra, (bora, Toledo
Fr p Paciflo, Kitle-y, B-ffalO
P op Araxes, Williamr, Tel do
ProOoeida, t-od Chicane
Pr p Akron, Smitb, I-trH
Prop j.ga, tjis'on, iJooH; k
8 br A A Bait Spear, M-lwautee
ehr MlDMbaha, Berry man, 'ioiedo
fclir B-rl si, 4i-a., MMOUe
Boow Mury mui Lucy, Otmaud. IVtrolt
THE OLD EAGLE FOUNDRY
voneeir rotas suaaj alemajw tts,
la agala open, and the sabaorlber begs leavs I
inform Its old frienda and patrons, and th. pobll
teaerally, that he is now raacy to bnlld
avi. a. KiiBg or
- rortaola or Stationary.
He Is also ready to do all felada of BBPAIBI33
oa short aotloe and in a workmanlike manner.
Pa'ticnlar attention paid to PiOr-CCLIB
tVOBIk. Onr faoiUtioa for mannfaotorlng alTL
0KAK1S9 are aa good aa th beat. Ike Patterns
have been aocnmnlatlng for apward of twenl.
Iv years, and are of tb. beat quality. All orders
ororj a dletenoa promptly dtteoded to.
aceai i. K1UU. MarMUer.
CANXKD KKUITd AND VEGETA
BLES ot very excel lent quality, conaistirg of
P achra, Plnnu, Chemee, H lack bet nea, Beeptier
rlra, Zoa Maya, or White Flint una, atreea Cora
and Tomatoes, caa ha foend at
ft SO. O. BSCtX-S,
IU3i HKCEIVKD. THJS fliiiST
V aasortaa.at or Bel Back a aver tn tbla city, at
m u.-1 . aw
NEW LOT O? GARNET GOODS
Joat racaurtd at OWLES A CO.',
BtyU 137 AeddeU Jioaae.